10 FEBRUARY 1855, Page 12

Both Houses of Convocation held the final sitting of the

session yester- day. The Upper House had nothing to do, and only met to enable the Lower House to consider the report of a Joint Committee upon the Clergy Discipline Act. There was a hurried discussion of its recommendations; and, finding that there was not time to deliberate, the House recorded the fact in a resolution, and prayed for a further opportunity. On the motion of the Reverend Mr. Woodgate, it was resolved that it was not expedient to admit laymen to Convocation until the Church can enforce ecclesiastical discipline. The Upper House disagreed with the amend- ments in their resolutions respecting Church services.