REVISION OF TIHE BURGESS LIST. Wu conclude, to-day, a report of the proceedingi which have taken place in reference to tile revision of the burgess list. It will be seen that anotiler unsuccessful attempt has been nmiao to swaamp the constituency with pseudo " libeinl'. and repea
Nra (t ?? Aiitar. Marshal B]ugeaud served four years iu the ranks before ho was made en offlicer. Great oxertions are used at the various recruiting sta- tions for the Royal Artillery, as it is anticipated that an additional battalion will be formed, or an extra company added to
F OR E I O N. INDIA AND CIHINA. The Frencb government received on Friday last a telegraphic despattch, dated "Iarseilles October 22, half past tour p ?? Vulcan stoamnr arrivad here at hal/' past two o'clock, p.In , with the Indian (Calcltta) mail, which brings the follovwin ?? (i
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F3i1rtt of jtir Pam CoSI)ITION OF IRELAND.._Ujiforturnately, the pea. santry of Irelarid are not only pressed by sevcre waunt, but are also extremenly ignoranit both of' the causes of their sufferings id Of ot eve!ything that inight Ilad thiln to a ?? of its proper remedy. But th
CONDITION AND PROSPECTS OF TIlHE COUNTRY. 'Tirm project or a general convention of Irish landlords 3in Dublin has been abandoned, in consequence of the bold and decided step'taken by Lord Besborough, which provides, at the same time, for tho immediate employ- nment of the sufferi
;!7cU0 Ktj ciautr3'. ,llist ilt ion of mechanicoal en-igtosrs is abount to be pi S'llAti A Pi.,s% OF~ or oatsfitt. -k A ovel mode of ilier place of worship, hias biwiii diisplayed inl thle piperilig of lirtidgi street chapel, Bristol. itn 'Thlur'sday sit,., thre- Vailtva Ucoiditi
The weekly meeting of the association was held on Monday, in the Conciliation Hall. The chair was taken by Counsellor CLEMsENTS. Mr. J. O'CONNELL read a letter from his father, which contained tile fbllowing passages:;' Thle state of the country is fright ul~famine hourly approa