10 FEBRUARY 1838, Page 8

Cbe Country.

A meeting of delegates from the various branch Societies of the North Lancashire Antis Poor. haw Association, was held on Monday, at Maechester. Delegates attended from futtpeight towns in the North of England. Letters approving of the object of the meetiog were read, from Lord Stanhope, Lord Warden!, General Johnson, and Mr. Walter. Speeches of a very violent kind were delivered, especially by Mr. Stephens and Mr. Onstler ; and resolutions pie* itig the meeting to resist the Poonlaw by all legal means were unast. mously adopted. The Leeds Mercury says, that the fecliag against the new Poor-law has almost entirely F ubsided in Huddersfield und Bradford. Is Wigan, only a few dozen persons could be collected at an Anti-Poor- law meeting.