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FREDERICK DOUGLASS. THE FUGITIVE…

THE MINISTRY.

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THE CITY ADDRESS.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

LYNCH LAW.

THE FREE-TRADE AGITATION.

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THE FREE-TRADE AGITATION. The meetings of the Leaguers have been few and far between during the past week. On Tuesday evening there was a gathering of the Whig-Radi- cals of Lambeth at the Horns Tavern, Kenoington, at which Mr. T. D'Eyncourt and Mr. Hawes, the representatives of the Borough, were present. The pioceedings at the Lambeth meeting wele enlivened Uy some disputation between the mem- bersand their supporters. The fotmer endeavoured to retain the semblance of independence, and to escape binding themselves by a distinct pledge, to vote for a total abolition of the corn- laws'; while the latter in his led that they should. Alter consi- derable altercation, during which Messrs. D'Eyncourt and Hawes could not be got to return a plain answer to the direct ques- tions put to them, the meeting settled the controversy by unani- mously voting that they would not give their coufidence 10 aily hon. member who refused a pledge to vote against the corn-laws. The members then gave in, and duly pledged themselves. The Manchester Guardian, of Wednesday, gives the follow- ing information concerning tbe progress 01 the quarter-of-a- million fund '— Up to our publication on Satuiday last the amount subscribed was £65,403; and the additional subscriptions of Saturday, Monday, and yesterday, amounted to £6.3.70; making a grand total of £ 71,773. Amongst the subscriptions is one of £ 1000 from Messrs. Richard, John,and Alfred Pennington, of Hindley, gentlemen of Conservative political opinions, but, as their liberal subscription siguificantly intimates, thorough free-tiaders. Mr. Wm. Brown, of Liverpool, one of the future representatives of South Lancashiie," as he has been called by Mr. Cobden, hasatso given .Cl.OOO. Mess is. George Andrew and Son, of Compstall bridge, Mr. John Leech, 01 Stalybridge, and Mr. Al- fred Orrell, of Siockpoit, have given £500 each. Besides these large amounts, there have been In thiee days two subscriptions of £250, three of £200, two of £160, eight of £100, and seven of £50. In one week, then, from its commencement, the sub- sciiption has reached the amount of £71.77B; averaging more than £10,000 dally. SPEAKING OUT.-He that smarts for speakiog truth hath a plaster in his own conscience. —Fuller. 1

DOMESTIC NEWS.

THE MILITIA.

POTATO SEED.—GOVERNMENT INQUIRY.

CHURCH RATES. 1

Review of the Corn Trade.

OMNIBUS.

THE CHURCH. 'i

LONDON MARKtTS.I