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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELKGHAPIL PHILADELPHIA, SAIURDAY, MAY 5, 18GC. Congressional Iteprwrentatlon Under the Proposed Amendment I The effect of the proposed Amendment to the Constitution upon the Congressional representa tion of the slave States under the census will be as follows. The first column gives the popula tion of slave States In 18C0; the second, voters In 1860; the third represents the number of male I citizens of color above twenty one; the fourth, the present number of members each Slut ) Is entitled to, and the last, the number to which she will be entitled when the proposed law shall have been carried into effect: ! a 5.S.0 a s S3 0 o Alabama. Wk.te.... 529 121 Colored.. 436 UbO 60.57 7 4 46,049 a a 18,631 1 1 262 ....... 1 1 11.1(13 7 4 82,308 4 a 44,010 6 4 13 839 6 3 84,933 9 8 17 783 ..... 8 6 48,072 6 a 68,764 .. .. 8 6 47,810 .. ' .. 4 8 26,802 8 6 108.663 , 76 60 Arkansas Wh.to.... 324 835 64 063 Colored. 111,115 DlLAWARB. White... Colored. .110.418 16,089 1,98 78...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 18GC. NUMBER LXVL A' IiIKT FOB MENTAL DYSPEPTICS, AND A CURB FOR HT-POCHONDBIA, IIT-POCBISr, OR ANY COMPLAINT OF A HT ORDER, HY OUU BE1UK8 tDITOU. ! ALMANAC AND IHAUT. SUCET JIltTIlBMLLOQIOAb OnSEtl VATI05S ton TH WEAK. April. Monday, SO The treat telescope erected at Chi cago The treat Lrke tunuol oponed to sild ettv.and opening of the Spring Pork trado. Those throe events mark this as a oity of great buret. May. TneMlny, I. Oadots of Temperance Tarado in l'ln aik'lphia copiom showors rail all day, accntnaattii'd Willi N. K wmds, inamug it a cold water demonstration. WtdnnKlu.T.a. Tho Clicsnutand Walnut Strents l'BPeTiipr Kailrond company auk City Coun cils when the tauHnut btrcet irlde will he compli-lcd. Tho ( oaipany is rotorrod to the City Purveyor, who is the 'Monarch of all he surveys." Thnmriwy, 3.- Dressmakers of tho (Jnltd 8ta'e present a incmoiiai to Congress lor a mouillna tlou o taxcn on their manufacture. Tno ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 May 1866

r " I i NOT HUNO ENOUGH. Home Remarkable) Kaeapm from the Wallow. We do not, as a nation, hang bo many culprits as In bygone years. We may bv-and-by cease to inflict this awful punishment at all. But so lone as the law, and rollglon, and Justice, and ntiKlln ...... , 1 i i i . . fuunv ocuiimt'ui are vuuHiucrei io warraut ine vuuuuunni'o oi nus huuiudi inoae oi reiriDution, so long' onuht there to be no mockery, no mis take, no trickery about it If a man survives mier nangmg, wunotit a proot ot his Innocence accompanying his recovery. It would ha In. finitely better to society (of bis wretched self we say iioiuinn;, mat oe naa not Decn hanged at all; seeing that the sense ol Just punishment would be swallowed up in a kind of pity lor the novelty of his position. Now such things have occurred, sufficiently often to merit attention. Mn have recovered their lives or rather retained life under nearly desperate circumstances iu spite of what seemed to bo a due infliction of the punishment...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 May 1866

8 C I T Y I NT ELL I GENUI3 'or Aihljtiom.l City Inlfltigenrt see lhird I'age. AIDING TTTE WOttK OK IlKODSi milCHO N. The lollowlni? lo't'r, written to lha 3jcrotary ot the American Union Convention ot Pennsyl vania and New Jen-oy, by ono of tho ladies Bent from tho KevfUono 3ut to tho 8 iiith, will "ho that Bonevolcuco aud CuriH'tttivity can aid thn !overnmtmt in Vm work of rnonsti'acMon a much as tlipy did lu pro-,eoutiu thy war against lirbollion: . Atlanta. Ga., April 3 1861 lr. Joseph Parker, Secretary Doar H ri A mmtl ha elapsed since your vimt to Atlanta. Ana 1 wnl oommnc) trio pleasmt duty of roporti jff proresi to youresteoin id A'tMiciatioii Tiie Free Schools in this cl.r, established by your Coiiiiiuvs'on, are in a ll.niii Hiuk muni t o i. I'ho troube wi'h us 1' not Mow snail wo ant tho children into school, Ln how slut I va twp them oat. l'hu touchers all m miion a preat Interest In their work, and labor it ilnrnntiy IC10I1 trader lia- from eifthtv to ono hundred ro ioI ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 May 1866

n ING IP HhnTT T J J ii U yl 1 VOL. V.No. 109 lIIILA-DELIPIIIA., MONDAY, MAY 7, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET TIIREE CENTS. RUSSELL AND BANCROFT. I'ninlly Propriety nntl tlio The Mew or the British Llon "Wliy Should We not be Friends r Spicy Correspondence in Eelation t Mr. Bancroft's Memorial Address in the House of Representatives. Etc., EIOm JKtC, Etc. I-.IC-, Ete Etc. LORD RUSSELL TO MR. ADAMS. CuEHiiAM Place, February 28, 1RGG. Dear Mr Afluuis: 1 observe in the limit) News of ,ycter day extracts from a speech 01 Mr. Bancroft do livered in the House ol Representatives on the 12th instant. In this speech Mr. Bancroft is represented to have said, re'erring to the break inc. out of the civil war: "The British Secre ta'ry of State lor Foreign Atlairs made haste to send word through the palaces of Europe that the great republic was in its agony; that the republic was no more; that a headstone was all that remained due oy the law of nations to the late Union.' " As words prouounced on such an oc...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 May 1866

THE NEW YORK PRESS. flDlTORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JOURNALS UFON CURRENT TOl'ICS, COMPILED XVKRY DAT FOB KYINIHO TULKORAPH. Canada The Fishery Question. JTrcm the Time. The writer of the letter from Canada which HT5 printed on Saturday 1b well Informed ipon the matters referred to, and hU statement lire therefore entltlod apart from their In trinsic Interest to very careful attention. Ills Information ns to the effects of the repeal of Reciprocity, and the feeling thereby engendered fimonpr our neighbors, will perhaps surprlHe those of our wise men who anticipate a cry for annexation as the immediate result of their Pnpanese policy. The truth is, that for certain qualities ot lumber, and also lor barley and long Vool, we most continue to a very large extent tlopendent upon Canada; and the extra cost of these articles in our markets, produced by cus toms' duties, will lall upon our own people as BonsumciB, not upon tuo Provincial farmer or lumberman. lhe most important of our corresp...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 May 1866

THE 'DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MAY 7, I860. Tbe Constitutional Tower ot the Senate In Appointment. To tht Editor of the Kvetny 'J eU graph- The Senate amendment to the Post Oilice Appropriation bill, which has just passed that body, calls public attention to a Bubcct of great morrivnt. That amendment provides that "No person e.xerciH.np; or performing the duties of any office which by law Is required to be filled by the advice and consent of the Senate, shall, before Ins confirmation by the Senate, receive any salary or compensation tlbis services, unless be be commissioned by uv President to fill up a vacancy occurring by reason of death, resignation, or expiration of term of office during the recess of the Senate and since its lost adjournment, or removed lor acta done in violation of the duties of his office, the caso and cause of removal to be reported to the fcenste at Us next 8' ion." As is well known, tr Constitution pro vides ibat, except in r tain speci...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 May 1866

It fmbtirihed erxry afternoon (Sunday 8 excepted at No. 108 A. Ihtrd tired. Price, Three Cent Per Copy (Dmble Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Week, payable to (he Carrier, and mailed to Subscriber out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Allium ; One Dollar and Fifty Centt for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. lo insure the Insertion of Advertisements Inal of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'ctock each looming. . MONDAY, MAY 7, 18G0. Tbe 'Mountain Partridge" Turn on Its Pniiueis. There is a sublimity of Impudence as well as of moral grandeur. Audacity often Im-. presses the beholder so strongly with amaze ment, that what reason would have failed to ac compllsh is secured by bold eflrontery. There Is a military maxim which declares that "Temerity Is often the soundest discretion," and J amis M. Scovel, despairing of cleans ing himself of the charge of perfidy, perjury, and treachery, has sought to win by insolunco what could neve...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 May 1866

THE DAILY EVKNINGr TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1860. 5 Correspondence of 'EtotiIo Tsjleftraph T the Editor of The Evening TtUgraph '. Boston, Mm., Mar 5, ma. My Dear Sir i Hsylng Just returned from an px tended trip through Pennsylvania and Nesr J raor. Whore I have boon examining varioaa loca!IMe for the purpose ot selecting- a home for nmolf and family, I take the liberty of riving you the rsult of my observations, thinking thy may Interest mm Kew Ent'andera, who similarly lituated to my sol f, 4sgn changing thtlr abode, but as yet are undo Cidod whore to make thoir future resldonoe. In resnaylraMa I found great quantities of pood land, but whore it in cultivated, the prioos domtndod fortbo ramo is such as to jronoraily prevent its pur chase by men of limited moans 'I he farming in Pennsylvan'a is of a superior or.ler 1 he farmers are thrifty, their dwol in?s of a good order, and groat attontion paid to thoir barns and outbuilding?,, whi'e great care is bestowed npon t...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAriTJpmiDELrillA, MONDAY, MAY 7, 18C6. G Chloride of Lime as a DiMnfcctant. Chloride of lime has long ben used a n A infectnnt, on Recount ol lU cheapness aiu Its superior eflicacj. No other article can h had in uflicient quantities t be substituted for it. Permanpanate ol potatat one of the best dis infectants we have; but its high price would effectually preclude iti application by the ton; 'phenlc acid and phenate ol lime are also excel lent for some pui poses, but must alwa8 remain dear; and there are numerous other compounds of Talueina small way, but none ol them can replace the chloride ot lime. The action ol chloride of lime as a disinfectant is not irenerally understood. Strictly speaking, bleaching and dislntectins; are one and the same thinp. In bleachme. the coloring mutter is de composed by the chlorine; the hydroiren of the color either combining with the chlorine t. form hydrochloric acid, or Koing to the oxycea to form water. In the proce?s of...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 May 1866

PROPOSALS. "pKOl'OSALS FOB HAIL JJAUS. 1'OBT OrriCK PrPARTMFWT, 1 WARniNOToK,l. V., April 12, lm. f rralcd Proposals will bo rocoivod at this Donart mpi t until 9 o'clock A. At., the 4th day of Juno next, ior furnishing, during tbe poriod of one year, trim (mi itpr Hie first day oi Jul?, IStifl, buoIi quantities oi tlio folowinjr kind ot Mail Hags a may trom time to time be required and ordered, to wit: JU1E CANVAS MAIL SACKS, Cl sii" No. 1, 43 inches in lcnirtb. and b"2inchrsln circumlTrncoi oi sizo No. 2, 41 inches in lonjrtn and 48 inches in circumierenoe; ol size No. 8, 32 Inches iu length and 88 inches in circumference. 1 ho sacks ol sizo Ko. 1 aro to bo moke of closely woven Jute canvas, weighing not lets than sixteen ounces to tuo yard, oi 81 J indies in width, the yams ot the warp to bo each doubled and twisted, ano to weigh ono ounce to about lllty yards, and ef the tilling or wott, it not like those of the warn, to w o'Rh one ounce to about eighty-five yards Tbo sacks ol s...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 May 1866

8 CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City Intelligence tee 2hird Fage. The New Office of the "Evening BulIIiTIh." -Our contemporary, the Bulletin, hoa remoTod from their temporary quarters in Chesnut street, below Fourth, to their fine brown-stono strno tare, Jio. (07 Chesnut street. The femoral would have been completed tome time since bad It not boon for the calauiltoni fire that occurred on Mew Yeiri night, i early destroying: the whole block In which the office whs located. It jtivos ui irrewt gratification to Hate that the new establishment it worthy ot the oldest evening journal ot our city. The first floor has txen very tastofuliy tit tod up s the olDce, and it spacious and airy. 1 he bag' ment Is entirely devo'ed to the purpose ot (lie printing of the paper, tho press boing, In the front, BLd tlic rear i to be us-d as i'oldinorooins for the camera and boa. Tho press is already in place, and this alt-moon's cd tion will bo struck from It. Great cnerjr has been shown In the rapi...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 May 1866

Ta7 1X7HT7I TTTT RT TA LL V JTLalNi JilNJ Ujt VOL. V.2so. 110 PI-IILA-DELIPIIIA., TUESDAY, MA.Y 8, 18GG. L OVULE SHEET-THREE CENTS. nr tutted TPTr "R7rniT5 A 7PTHT fchrlsty Will Case i;i 2Cy York. Decision by the ru premo court Ceneral Term- fho Will Made to Mrs. Millf nU Qnd void "The Property Left to Mr Christy's Wife Ad Children -$150,000 In volved. SrFHijiB Coukt Gk.nkkal TtnM.-Before Chief Juxtico llmiiurij, luurahum and Sutherland. Harriet; K Christy and Kdwin B. Christy, appellant, aain-t J'oris U. Clark, I'ctir Uilsey, and John J. Isathau. Proponents ol a paucr writing purporting to bo the luRtwill auti testament of Ki .via P. Chr.sty, oiceawni. This is the celebrated will case arMno- from a paper-writing called thovtiliot KJwin I'. Chrntv, liiiin'iurly kuuwn as the originator ol norrro miu mrulKy, who committed suicide ou the 9th day of Jlay, 1802; by the apor iu quisiloo, his wile and children were excluded, from all bonefitor his pro perty 1'aiiH O.Clark crew tliu alleged...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 May 1866

THE NEW YORK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JOURNALS VFON CURRENT TOriCS. COMPILED ETKRT DAT FOB IVKNINO TKLEQUAPH. The Memphis lUoU From the Tribune. When the Jamaica disturbances occurred,, tlie first accounts charged tbc negroes with couspl racy and wholesale massacres. It has since ap- Reared that there was no conspiracy, and that it was the whites who were guilty of massa- crclng the negroes, liij'he Memphis riots last week, tho first telegrams, as In the Jamaica case, laid all tho blame on the negroes who, it jnaybe remembered, do not control the tele jrrnph wires. - Whether subsequent and accu rate narratives will acquit the negroes and in culpate the whites, we do not know, but It is certain that the telegrams were bused on very Imperfect intormation. Tho Memphis papers of The morning alter the riot are at hand, and llioir stories about the origlu and progress of the affray are not merely inconsistent, but no two ol them aerec in any single particular, except that In o...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 May 1866

MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. Browned Body Recovered. Yestrr. day afternoon the bodv ol an unknow n man wan found in the Delaware, near the mouth of coopers creek, which had lrom appearances been two or three weeks In the water. Part of nig aress was that or a soldier, but nothing was found upon him to indicate who he was. His clothing was all pretty well worn and rather r-naooy. coroner itouerts took charge of the uuuv, ana nem an inqtirsi upon It. TnE Courts. The Court resumed the work 01 disposing ol the business of the term for May yesterday. The coses tried thus far have been of a civil character. The criminal business will commence to-morrow. There are more than usual this term, as the grand lury found upwaids ot sixty irue bills of various ouenpes. Crtckft AM Cask Ball. The cricket find base ball clubs in ( 'minion urn mnl-lntr mi. usual preparations to have a tine season of Disorderly. Mayor Budd yesterday dls-poi-cd of n number ot canes ot disorderly and .riotous conduct, by impo...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 May 1866

In published etrry oVmorn (Svndajm excejitto at No. 108 .c. 7hird ttrret. rr'ce. Time Cent I'er Copy (Dcul'te Sfnit), or Eighteen Cents Tr M'rcfc, payable to the Carrier, and ma'led to Kubscrilim out of the city at Nine Dollars I'er Antium ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Twc Months, invariably in advawe for the period ordered. Jo insure the hisciiion of Adcertisemrnts in al of our Editions, they must be forwarded to oar Office not later than 10 o'clock ench Morning. TUESDAY, MAY 8. 1800. "The Rubble Bursts" Tmc Fen;an design of treeing Ireland by Capturing Kastport, opened the eves of such membors of the Brotherhood as were capable Of thinkin?, to the wildness and insanity ot the plans of their 'eadera. Up to that time they had fondly trusted the Head Centre and his Cabinet, and with a liberality as honorable as it was rash, they had contri buted of their hard-earned funds far more than discretion should have allowed. They gave up their time and with them time is money to attend th...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAPII. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAY 8, 18GG. Oneihl NclioficldV DixAcrtntlon on Wo-r-nnnimity to the South. General tiicnnl W. Sdiolield, who distin puished liimolt on tho Held during the war, is now a Rcprcfwntntivc in ConeroMs from lVnnavl vaniii. In a recent ppcecli lie thus treats on the flppct h lor nuiirnnnimity to the South: A, ln, m.innnnlmity Is Invoked as a oliioid of do iti.i n. A jrroat nation, it in naul, cm afford to lio niaci animou. Wl course it can j l.ut lo . us nro how tin Id. kor lour jears thco people mado war upou lit, Mtlioui causo, 01 cvou pliuiailile excusi. H;loro tnfy begun tvte buifpd tliom, in (rn at humility, to withhold liom the cniimry flint torritue di-solution. J ii tan we warned tlmm of t'10 puoHiimotit trntt must lol ow. Our t Dlrc itleg and wariiiiiffs woro re ceived iu tlio ltebo Capital, no their tclrgr.ipli in. lo m d uk, ' with penis ot IuupIimmt " lueyllred upon us wliilo vo wore vet uion our knoes ln'trinir (or (.rate a...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING lELEGKAm. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAY 8, 18C6. SCIENTIFIC ITEMS. tiib"kro!-t flowers"' op rcspia rnonucBD in BOSTON. A Ronton journal ileum ops an extraordinary "froft llowc'r" of KiiHsia, which bus bwn pro duced, it in mud, in itoston in a tcmpcr.itdre of urtilicml coll, in the rollowin wotd: rii.s wondrriul pliint, or rather llowi-r, is louuil only on the northern bound iriea ot Hiberia, where the enow ts eiertinl. It whs diacovi-rel in 1803 by Count Smoskoll", tho eminent Rusaittn botuniHt, who was ennobled by tho Czar tor n'n d'lMcovery. H.irsting foni th-i lroea snow on the first day of tneyear, It Krown to the heiirht of ihree ltet, ami flowers on tnc third d.iy, remains in flower lor twenty-tour hour', and then diMBoives itself into its original element stem, lenvrs, and flowers beinj of the finest Know. Tiie n:ft'k w about one inch in diamet t; tho leaves, three in number, in the broadest purl are an inch and a null in width, and arc covettd with ln'ihitesii...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 May 1866

VIRGINIA. lAiUr from John l.chr on the Condi, tionof Nentluaeut la tltKitt. Lexington, Va., April 25. Thomas Shankland, Esq., New York City My Drar Sir: A 4 I have heard nothing from'you since my reply to your letter ot the 4th of January lust, I "liuve'con eluded that owing to the great derangement of the maiU, it has tailed to rearh you. 1 there fore write again hoping for better luck thin time. Everything is moving along very quietly In this part of the countrv. The people are orderly and law-ubiilintr, iuliill'ng strictly the obliga tions they have assumed to the Government of the United States. As an evidence ot the feeling which exists, I send von so much ol Judge Shillcy's clurtre to the (irund Jury, delivered here on the 12ih inst., as relates to the freed men. The charge has beeu universally ap proved by the bar and the people, and will, I am sure, command your approbation. I sent a copy ol our town paper, containing it in full, to the President, and requested him to read i...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 May 1866

EUBOrE. The Biitisb llrfoim Hill Tlio Closing oi the Debnte. PTEECHES BY BIU01I r, wniTKSIDB, DISRAELI, AND GLADSTONE. The debntc on the Kclbrm bill was resumed on the 2M nit. Mr. bright made a lomrtUy 'P8"?,1 In support of the bill. He suhl that the 11.1 mlcht jc rejected, but the opposition, he argued, could not deal satixlnetotily with tlio question. He likened the ponition of' the working classes to that ot the necroos under recent legislation in America, and asked the J louse whether it was . prennred lor ever to keep the bolt in the do.tr which excluded the people from constitutional riphts. He concluded Willi an culugium ol the bill as a trnjy conservative measure. ilr. Whiteside censured severely Sir. Glad stone's limuiJHire at Liverpool, d''precialinir tho House of which he is the leader, and condemned the bill us an attack on the Constitution. Mr. Walpolc siippoifed Un- iiuicmimunt, and Mr. (iofehend' lenued tlie bill. In the Hom-e ol Commons, on the 20th, de bate on the K...

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