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Higham Ferrars—William Plummer Devizes—T. G. Estcourt, John Pearse High Wycombe—Sir J. Dashwood King, Devon-Sir T. D. Ackland, Bart. E. P. Sir T. Baring, Bart. Bastard
Hindon—Hon. F. G. Calthorpe, "John Dorchester-Robert Williams, Hon, Cha. Plumer Warren
Honiton-Hon. P. F. Cust, Sam. Crawley Dorsetshire_W. M. Pitt, E. B. Portman Horsham,+Sir John Aubrey, R. Hurst Dover–E. B. Wilbraham, *Joseph But. Hull-John Mitchell, Daniel Sykes terworth
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thorne Evesham-*W. E. R. Boughton, Sir C. Launceston-James Brogden, Hon. CapCockerell
tain Pellew Exeter-W. Courtenay, R. W. Newman Leicestershire-Lord R. Manners, *G. A. Eye-Sir R. Gifford, "M. Nightingale L. Keck Flintshire -Sir Thomas Mostyn, Bart. Leicester-John Mansfield, Thomas Pares, Flint-Sir E. P. Lloyd, Bart.
jun. Fowey-Lord Valletort, *George Lucy Leominster_*Lord Hotham, "Sir W. Gatton—*Jesse Watts Russell, *T. Divett Cunninghame Fairlie Glamorganshire-*Sir C. Cole
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ges, (Lord Mayor) Guildford Mr Serjeant Onslow, *C. B. Lostwithiel—Sir Robert Wigram, Bart. Wall
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Folkes, Bart. Helstone-Lord James Townshend, H. Maidstone-SA. W. Robarts, "John Wells Hudson
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mers Cocks Monmouth-Marquis of Worcester Retford-Wm. Evans, Samuel Crompton Montgomeryshire C. W. Wynne Richmond-Hon. T. Dundas, *S. MoulMontgomery-Henry Clive
ton Barrett Morpeth-Wm. Ord, Hon. W. Howard Ripon-Rt. Hon.'F. Robinson, Geo. Gipps Newark-Sir W. H. Clinton, H. Wil. Rochester-Lord Binning, t Ralph Bernal loughby
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St Mawes--Sir S. B. Morland, Dr Philli. Newport, Isle of Wight-Sir L. T. Holmes, C. Duncombe
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dergast Newton, Lancashire-T. F. Leigh, T. Sandwich-Joseph Marryatt, Sir G. WarClaughton
render, Bart. Newtown, Isle of Wight-Dudley North, Sarum Old—J. Alexander, A. G. Crawford Hudson Gurney
Scarborough—Right Hon. C. M. Sutton, Norfolk-T. W. Coke, Edm. Wodehouse Lord Normanby Northallerton-H. Pierse, *W. Sebright Seaford-C. Prose Ellis, +Hon. G. A. Ellis Lascelles
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Corbett Northumberland—*J. Brandling, T. W. Somersetshire W. Dickenson, "Sir T. B. Beaumont
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Chamberlayne Frank Sotheron
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Suffolk-Sir Wm. Rowley, Thos. S. Gooch Penryn-+P. Grenfell, H. Swann
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Sussex Walter Burrell, Jer. R. Curteis Petersfield-Hinton Joliffe, SLord Ho- Tamworth—*Lord C. Townshend, Wm. tham
Taunton-Alexander Baring, "J. A. Warre Armagh-Chas. Brownlow, Hon. H.Caula
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O'Brien, Bt. Totness-T. P. Courtenay, +John Bent Cork-Hon. Rd. Hare, Lord Kingsbo. Tregony-Lord Barnard, J. O'Callaghan
rough Truro-- *Sir H. Vivian 12, Lord F. So. Donegal—G. V. Hart, Earl of Mount.
merset 11, *J. R. R. Grosset 11.-(Ex Charles tra return)
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Galway_James Daly, Richard Martin Warwick-Sir C. Greville, C. Mills Kerry-James Crosbie, Rt. Hon. M. Wells J. P. Tudway, C. W. Taylor Fitzgerald Wendover-Samuel Smith, Geo. Smith Kildare-Lord Wm. Fitzgerald, Rt. LaWenlock-C. W. Forester, *Wm. Lacon touche Childe
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lace, Masterton Ure, Wm. Williams, T. Longford—Lord Forbes, Sir G. Feher. F. Buxton
stone, Bart. Whitchurch, H.-Hon. H. G. P. Town- Louth-Right Hon. J. Foster, Lord Joshend, S. Scott
celyn Wigan—*Lord Lindsay, J. A. Hodson Mayo_Dominick Browne, James Browne Wilton-Visc. Fitzharris, Ralph Sheldon Meath-Earl of Bective, Sir M. Somer. Wiltshire-John Benett, *J. D. Astley ville, Bt. Winchester-J. H. Leigh, P. St John Monaghan--C. P. Leslie, Hon. R. H. Mildmay
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phen Mahon Woodstock-Jo. Gladstone, "T. H. Lang- Sligo-E. S. Cooper, Charles O'Hara ton
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Sutherland-George M. Grant Dundalk - John Meldge
Wigton-J. H. Blair Dungannon-Hon. Thomas Knox
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Edinburgh-Right Hon. W. Dundas Epnis-Sir Ross Mahon, Bart.
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William Rae, Bart. Kilkenny-Right Hon. Denis Browne Ayr, Irvine, Inverary, &c.-T. F. Ken. Kinsale---George Coussmaker
nedy Limerick-Hon. J. P. Vereker
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K. Douglas Londonderry-Right Hon. Sir G. F. Hill, Banff, Cullen, Kintore, &c.-Archibalik Bart.
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bell Portarlington-David Ricardo
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Cunaning Sligo-Owen Wynne
Jedburgh, Haddington, &c.—Sir H. D. Traleem-James Cuffe
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C. Ferguson Wexford-Wm. Wigram
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Lindsay MEMBERS FOR SCOTLAND. Selkirk, Peebles, Lanark, &c.—Henry ( Those printed in Italics were not in Montcith the last Parliament. Those marked thus Stirling, Culross, &c.—Robert Doronie (*) are new for the respective places ; all Stranraer, Wigton-Hn. J. H. K. Stewart the rest are re-elected.
Tain, Dingwall, Kirkwall, &c.—Sir H. Countics.
Innes, Bart. 'Aberdeen-James Ferguson
REPRESENTATIVE PEERS FOR Score Argyle-Lord John Campbell
LAND. Ayr---Lieut.-General Montgomerie
The two marked thus (*) are new Peers Banff-Earl of Fife
in room of the Duke of Roxburghe and Berwick—Sir J. Marjoribanks
Viscount Arbuthnot. Bute-Lord P. J. Stuart
Charles Marquis of Queensberry, Clackmannan and Kinross--Robert Bruce George Marquis of Tweeddale, Dumbarton A. Colquhoun
William Marquis of Lothian, Dumfries--Admiral Sir W. J. Hope
Alexander Earl of Home, Edinburgh-Sir George Clerk
Thomas Earl of Kelly, Fife-Jumes Wemyss
*Thomas Earl of Elgin, Forfar-Honourable William Maule
Alexander Earl of Balcarras, Haddington--Sir George Sutric
*John Earl of Stair, Inverness-Charles Grant
John Archibald Earl of Rosebery, Kincardine-Sir Alcr. Ramsay, Bart. James O. Lord Forbes, Kirkcudbright-General J. Dunlop
Alexander George Lord Saltoun,
Francis Lord Gray,
Francis Lord Nafier,
Robert M. Lord Belhaven and Stenton.
ficer, came on last Saturday morning the T&E trial of Molynis and Bruce, for 8th instant, and concluded about five o'. shooting at Birch, tlie Stockport Police-of- clock in the afternoon, with a verdict of
Gualty against both the prisoners, MʻIn- causc. Four boys, the oldest not exceed nis for shooting, and Bruce for aiding and ing eleven years of age, were charged with abetting. Immediately after the verdict breaking into a cellar and stealing a quariwas given, MʻInnes said—“My Lord, it tity of bottles. Their parents were sent is a hard case for an innocent man to be for, and the father of the oldest of them condemned. This man (Bruce) is as inno- having been asked by the Magistrate if he cent as the child unborn. I was the man had ever put his son to school ? answered, that fired the pistol; and no man living That he never had. Had he ever taken knew my intention before the shot was tir. him to church ? answer, No. Ever read ed.” On Monday M'Innis and Bruce were the Bible io him ? No. Never instructed put to the bar, to receive their sentence.-- him in the principles of morality? No MInnis evinced a deal of hardihood. On The Magistrate declared he never had witbeing asked by the Prothonotary, in the nessed such a case of unprincipled deprausual manner, what they had to say whyvity, and admonished this unnatural father, sentence should not be passed, he said, “My if he had any regard for his son, and wishLord, this man beside me is an innocented to save him from the gallows, to alter man ; I never spoke to him prior to my the way in which he was bringing him upcoming here. I am the man who shot 24.-Commemoration of the King's Birch, and no man living knew my intention Birth Day. His Majesty baving ordered but myself.”—Bruce then said, "My Lord, that the anniversary of his birth should be as you said an innocent man has no fear, celebrated on the 23d April, St George's I am an innocent man. I am ready to Day, in place of the 12th of August, and die. I am innocent. I shall not feel at that anniversary falling on Sunday, thisday, all affected by your sentence. I fear not the 24th, was celebrated throughout the meeting my God, and my sentiinents will three kingdoms with every demonstration be always the same as long as I live, whe. of loyalty and respect; and in no place, it ther I suffer now or not." The Chief Jus- is said, was this disposition more strikingly tice then passed sentence in the usual man- manifested among the people than in the ner, ordering M'Innis to be executed on west of Scotland, so recently the scene of the following Saturday, which was accord- turbulence and sedition. ingly carried into effect. Bruce has been 29.-State of the Country. We have respited. On sentence being pronounced the pleasure to find that the public tranM'Innis cried out, “Thank you, my Lord, quillity is at present completely restored in it is a good cure for a swimming in the all the manufacturing districts. No dishead.” Before Saturday, however, he be- turbance has taken place in the west councame very penitent, and behaved with try, since the deplorable events noticed in much decorum.
our last number.
A great many indiDiabolical Transaction.— William Wal. viduals accused as leaders or agitators in ker of Rashlieyet, in the parish of Kilbirnie, those scenes of lawless outrage have been in February last, erected a temporary but since taken into custody, without any affor the purpose of accommodating himself tempt at resistance; and some of them and family, until he got possession of the will no doubt be brought to the bar of pubdwelling houses at Belton next. On the lic justice ; but numbers have, after examinight of the 13th and 14th current, the nation, been dismissed altogether, or else family, consisting of Mr and Mrs Walker, liberated on bail; while many, on the six children, and Mrs Walker's brother, other hand, have quietly left the country, went to bed betwixt nine and ten o'clock. to avoid any question regarding their con---About midnight the hut was all in duct. Some slight symptoms of disturbance fames, and before the family could get out, had also been manifested in different parts two of the children were burnt to ashes, of England. and another of them so severely that her life is des paired of, and the others were also Trials for High Treason.
The trials of much injured. The Sherift: Substitute in the desperadoes concerned in the conspiracy stantly proceeded to Kilbirnie, and sent to assassinate his Majesty's Ministers in down William Barbour, the outgoing te- February last (sce page 277 of this volume) nant, to Ayr, as being implicated in the commenced before a special commission at horrid crime. He has since, however, the Old Bailey, on Monday the 17th Abeen liberated, there being found no evi- pril. The prisoners were tried separately ; dence to warrant his detention.
and on Thursday the 27th, verdicts of 20.-Juvenile Depravity. A circum- Guilty were found against five of them, stance occurred in the Edinburgh Police namely, Thistlewood, Ings, Brunt, Tidd, Court yesterday, which completely proves and Davidson. The other prisoners, six the assertion which has been often made, in number, to wit, Wilson, Bradburn, that the depravity of the boys in that city, Strange, Gilchrist, Cooper, and Harrison, and the number of crimes committed by made an application to be allowed to rethem, are more to be attributed to the ne- tract their first plea of Not Guilty, and to gligence of their parents than to any other plead Guilty. This was consented to by