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The Earl of Coventry was. at a meeting of the Council, on Tuesday last, on the motion of Dr. B. Cooper, re-elected to the honorary oftice of Lord High Steward of the borough of Evesham. The Kidderminster Town Council have passed resolutions deprecating the interference of Lord John Russell in the appointment of Magistrates for that borough, The i-e-oltitiolls have been coiii- municated to tile Noble Lord, A correspondent desires us to ask what mea- scres have been adopted by Government to convey to England the famous needle of Cleopatra, liberally given by the Pacha of hg-ypt seventeen years ago, and at which our brave army and navy grappled with the forces of Napoleon. Offers, we know, were made last year to the Admiralty, by a British officer, to bring it safely to the Thames for a few thousand poutids.-Globe. THE IIUSH CLERGY* A meeting was held at the Cutlers' Hall oil Thursday, in behalf of the suffering Protestant Clergy in Ireland, and a subscrip- tion in this town and neighbourhood for that truly Christian object determined upon,-Shcffield Mercury. THE O'CONNRLL QUARANTINE.—The Editor of the John Bull furnishes a striking example of periphrastic civility in describing Daniel's myrmidons -be calls tlieiii: O'Connell and his forty friends in the Oil jars!" It is said that the keeper of a cafe has engaged Nina C Lasave as demoiselle de comptoir, at a very considerable salary. COPYRIGHT ACT.—A motion is about to he submitted to the House of Commons for leave to bring in a Bill to repeal the last Copyright Act so far as relates to the givin<r of eleven copies of new works, &c., to various riehly endowcd public bodies, which ought to be the patrons and encouragers of high lite- rary efforts, instead of preyino, upon thein.-Literary Gazette. ° It is currently reported, and we believe with perfect truth, that Capt. Berkeley has been appointed to a ship on the Mediterranean station, which will necessarily occasion his absence from England for two or three years. The party in politics to which the Gallant Captain has always professed to belong, have repeatedly insisted that any Member of Parliament who accepts an office or a command incompatible with his attendance in his pJaec in the House, and which disables him from watching over the interests of his constituents, ought immediately to resign his seat in Parliament. We presume, therefore, that this course I t will be taken by Capt. Berkeley, and that a vacancy in t..e representation of Gloucester will very soon occur- We trust that the electors will be upon their guard—that their choice, when the opportunity occurs, will fall upon a trustworthy and independent man.— Gloucester Chromclc, BRUSSELS. FEB. 16.—The young Prince of Saxe Coburg, Ferdinand of Portugal, and Augustus, are still here, and visit all the public establishments, the theatres, &e. On Thursday there is to be a ran1 review of the troops of the garrison, besides five regi- ments of infantry, a squadron of each regiment of cavalry, and three batteries of artillery. The Carni- val has been very gay, The ball at Court last night was very brilliant. The ladies were dressed in the costume of different ages and nations. The Queen wore the costume of Elizabeth, daughter of Henry IV. piid consort of Phillip King of Spain.

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