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" I thank you for the readiness with which yon have granted the SupDÜes. The Estimates laid before you «'ere somewhat lower than those of former vears, aWiough tl;ev inc'.uded several extraordmary charges, which wi'U not again occur. The same coureof economy «lil stillbe steadilv pursued.' The continued increase of the revenue. notwithstanding the repeal of so many taxes, affords the surest proof that the resources of the country are unimpaired, and justifies the expectation that a perseveiance in judicious and well-considered measures will still further promote the industry and auginent the wealth of rcv people.


" It gives me great gratification to believe, that in refuming to your several connties, vou will find a prevalence of general tranquillity and of active industrv amongst cil classes of society. I humbly hope that Divine Providence wit] vouchsafe a continuance and mcrease ot these blessincrs, and. in anv circumstances which may arise, I shall relv with confidence upon your zeal and fidelity. And I rest satisfied that vou will inculcate and enc-ourage that obedience to the laws, and that observance of the duties of reiigion and morality, which are the only &3cure foundations of the power and happiness of Empire?."

The Lord Chanceï.i/>r. then, in his Majesty's name,, declared the Parliament prorogued to Thtusday the 2öth day of September.


Jtme^Srd Mr O'Connki l moved a resclution to the effect, that

anv =ums raised in lieu of tithes should, after providing for vested interests, be apphed to the objeets of general uülity and ciarity. -Motion was negatived by a majoritv of 360 to 69.

<2ith —Col. Wiixums complained of a breach of privilege., in having, on his wav to the House, been intennpted by the troops and police. and moved an address to the Crown on the subject.—Mr. H. iJii.wm seconded the motion, which, however, was eventually withdrawn— In answer to Mr. O'Dwver. respecting Kilmainham Hospital, Mr. tJJ.i08 stated. that it was not the intention of Government to aboush that establishment.

25tf.—The Highways Bill was considered in committee—The Four per Ceiit. Annuities Bill was read a third time and passed.

26fAv—The Lords Day Bill (No. 2,) went through Committee.-The Game Law Amendment BUI was thrown out upon the secon.. reling bv a roajority of 60 to 2+.—Mr. Langdale brought in his BUI to aüthorize Roman Calholic» in Engiand and Wales to be mamed by cleraymen of their own reiigion. It was read a first time, and ordereJ for a second reading.

_Mr. O'Reilly asked if the laws of the treaty between l>on Mïguèl and Don Pedro, as stated in the papers, were authenac. He underïtood that the religiows members of convents were excluded trom the general amnesty.—Lord Palmerpton was not able to say when he coultl lay the treaty on the table of the House.

30th.—Mr. F. Baring brought in a Bill to Tegulate the conveyance