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HOUSE OF COMMONS.TUESDAY, APRIL 24. Mr. J. WILLIAMS presented a petition from certain members of the London Cymreigyddion Society, praying that none but persons conversant with the Welsh language should be appointed to eccle- siastical offices in the Established Church in Wales. Petitions in favour of national arbitration were presented by se- vi-ral hon. members; amongst whom was Mr. MORRIS (6), from Carmarthen and other places Sir J. (5), from places in Flintshire'; Mr. WEST, from Llanarvon Dyffryn Cynnog; Mr. P. 11 i Y-ir (21 ) from various places in Cardiganshire, and (2) from p! aces i n Cannarthe nsh i re. THE WAR IS INDIA.—VOTE OF THANKS. Sir.T. H on uousTi moved similar votes of tliauk,4 to those in the U MISS of Lords. The Marquis of GHA^BY seconded the motion, which was also supported by Sir R. PKSL, Sir J. W. Hooo, Mr. HIJME, and Sir R. IN'OLIS. the Litter member telling the House to rememher th-t it was the GIll of armies to whom we owed all the success, IUti that it was upon Him we must rely, and not upon the skill of the old or the valour of the young. THE BRAZILS. Mr. M. GIBSON then called the attention of the House to the state of our relations with the empire of Brazil, and asked the Ihuse to give him leave to bring in a bill to repeal the act of 1845, which was at once illegal, unjust, impolitic, and ineffectual. After a lengthened discussion, in which several members took a part, the motion was negatived by a majority of 103, and the House adjourned at one o'clock.

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