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In p. 298, of our last Volume (that for 1840), for "arrived within the Peshawer's
The Ministry (Sir R, Peel's) - 130 and others
of Michael Shaw Stewart
Wallace, and Patrick Max-
by the Lord Chancellor, Aug.
Prices of Corn, Hay, Clover,
Court, Nov. 17, 1841 - - 311 Quarterly Average of the Weekly
Bank of England-Aggregate
314 University Honours-Oxford,
FOR THE YEAR
State of affairs and of Public Opinion at the commencement of the
year-Opening of Parliament by the Queen in person—Her Majesty's Speech-Debate in the House of Lords on the Address-Speeches of Earl Ducie and Lord Lurgan, the mover and seconder-Altack on the Foreign Policy of the Government by Lord Brougham-Speeches of Lord Melbourne and of the Duke of Wellington ; emphatic Language of the latter with respect to France-Address agreed toDebate in the House of Commons---Address moved by Lord Brabazon, seconded by Mr. Grantley Berkeley-Discussion on Foreign Policy of the Government-Speech of Mr. Grote in opposition to itHis concluding Remarks on the Domestic Policy of the MinistersDefence of Foreign Policy by Lord John Russell - His Answer to Mr. Grote on the Principles of the Ministry-Speeches of Mr. Hume, Mr. Milnes, Sir Robert Peel, and Lord Palmerston- Address agreed to without division-Remarks on the Queen's Speech, and the Debate, and reflections on the Foreign Policy of the Government-Discussion on bringing up the Report on the Address-Sir R. H. Inglis's remarks on Repeal Agitation in Ireland—Lord J. Russell's AnswerVoles of Thanks carried in both Houses to the Officers engaged in the Syrian Expedition-Remarks of the Duke of Wellington on the Bombardment of Acre- Letter of Sir Robert Stopford in acknow
ledgment of the Vote. THE THE position of affairs at the lively interest in the public mind
commencement of the year which generally attends the period 1841 was such as excited a less de- of the re-assembling of parliament. gree than usual of that keen and Less curiosity appeared to be felt Vol, LXXXIII.