Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

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Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

The ex.) jUtious of the country with respect to reduced expenditure have been quite fulfilled. The navy esti- m k es saow a further reduction of three-quarters of a m ui )n, and Mr CARDWELL has struck another million off tae ar ny. This is done, no doubt, without any real dinimioioa of e.fijiency, although, of course, there are so.nd m^n wao croak at any sign of economy in our de- fences. A division took place in the House of Commons oi rues. lay, on the question of State aid to emigration. Tue Government opposed the proposal to grant such aid, on the g-r .ud that it was impolitic to do so, and they gained tile day by a very large majority. —It is stated t-i-kt Mr DISHAELI will not oppose the second reading of the L md i,it; and the Irish members, as a body, have r<Jsolved to adopt tae same course.—The opposition to the E Ill: vtion 13.11 fro.n the nonconformists promises to be BOiuewa.it H'jriom. It is considered that the Bill trans- gresses o:ia or tni -freat principles of nonconformity, by levying rai;e-i which will be used in teaching religion, and o i THIS grou id an opposition is organized. This, perhaps, WUL oe tlic uiost, serious difficulty with which Mr FORSTER W a to contend. It is somewhat singular that the G IVRER.I NE it Bdl should be warmly supported by c'i irc;:i;n" t, and opposed, on some grounds, by dissent- ers. YHJ Bill will most probably be modified before it BE OOJ JS LAW.—The Marquis of BOWMONT, liberal, has b -I e.ecte I for tne county of Roxburgh without opposi- till -J.icos SPINAS, charged with the murder of a pr ..stitute at a i hotel in London, has been sentenced to de A-iierican correspondent of the Times tele- gr I I'IS that the inhabitants of San Domingo, by a large m J ">risy, voted on the 19th of February for annexation to t United SIATES. Small opposition was shown.—A tiie TAM from Toronto, dated March 1st, gives a new a-i,>ct to the condition of affairs in the Red River settle- m at. Tiie loyai Canadian and English settlers have RAIDED an armed force, and have repudiated the Provisional G ,vern lIent appointed by the insurgents, and demand th '.t Kiel should retire from the management of affairs. R 1, WH > commands at Fort Garry, threatens, on the O; IER h I id, to b >iubard the town if the English should U[;:1. He still holds twenty Canadians as prison- er I'l iere is NO further intelligence of importance from Rn b IT the Opposition is said to be gaining in strength, ani the Polish bishops are reported to have joined it.

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