(F1IO)1 o011 OWN CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, SATURDAY. SoIETHiNG must be dreadfully wrong over-head, or else the charming month of June would not open in this eccentric fashion. Just imagine (if you can) a dark, fogey, cold, sleety, dismal Novemberish-looking d OV on the 2nd of June
'[BY Mf AGN ET IC T EI. r GILA P II] HOUSE OF LORDS-YESTERDAY, THrE Manchester Corporation Water Bill was read a third time, and passed. The Earl of RIPON stated that the report of the Commissioners on Military Defences would shortly be laid before Parliament. The Bank of Irelan
THE COURT. LOFDON, TUESDAY--Her Majesty the Queen and his Royal Highness the Prince Consort, accompanied by the Princess Alice, rode on horseback yesterday morning, attended by the Hon. Mary Iulteel, Meajor- .General Seymour, Colonel Biddulph, and Lieut.-Col. the Hon. D. de Ros.
AN opportunity will shortly be offered for testing the increase or abatement of the ?? mania in this country, On the 18th of June-auspicious anni- versary, suggestive of an eternity of ente'le cordiale !- there is to commence a ten days' sale by auction of what is left of the Na
THE BADEN CONGRESS. (FROM ) TuE.Great Powers have discovered a scheme on the part of Russia and France to give the Danubian Provinces to the Grand Duke of Leuchtenberg (Beau- harnais). The discovery of this secret arrangement had a great influence in occasioning the cold re- cep
LORD OVERSTONE ON THE RESULTS OF I . ~INVASION. TUa following extract from the replies of Lord Overstone to, queries put to him by the Commis- sioners of National Defences will have much interest for our readers:- "2. Question 2 asks my opinion of the probable efrects of the occu
COURT OF CHANCERY-MONDAY, JUNE 18. DONALD V. ScOTT. This was a petition praying for a specific execu- tion of an agreement for a lease of portion of the lands of Castletownforth, in the County of Tyrant' and for a reference to the Master to approve of a lease in case the parties
COURT OF lEXCHEQUER. DUBLIN, WIEDMESDAY. [VROM OUr. SPECIAL RBPORTER.] SITTIN7S AT NISI PFlUS. (Before the LoRn CIUEF-BARON aiid a ComiliBon Jury.) MATTHEW ALLEN v. ROBERT liVi'1iREYS. Mr. WVALLOON opened the pleadilngs, alldI M.ll Seijeant Fitzgibbon (with whomn was Mr. JoY, ??
(Supplemeniteit to ourt' Tdelegraphic Sl1un7niry.) HOUSE OF CONMNMONS-MONDAY. LANDLORD AND TENANT (IRELAND) (NO, 2) nILL. MIr. IVIIRTESIDE moved the second reading of this Bill, the object of which lie oxplaihed to be to con- solidate the entire code of laws relating to the subj