10 FEBRUARY 1838, Page 9

The electors of Westminster should keep a sbarp look-out on

the conduct of Colonel EVANS. The gallant officer spoke in favour of Mr. Dowcomse's motion to abolish the Rate-paying clauses in the Reform Act—his " principles" obliged him to support the motion ; but the Colonel nevertheless left thethe Horse before the division. The Colonel'' vote would be worth more than his eloquenee any day.