Lord John Scott, the Member for Roxburghshire, prefers hunting otters to attending Parliament, and spearing eels to the interests of his constituents. He may be seen at these sports :defrost daily on the Teviut, along with a number of idle boys. Next time Ca: electors have an Gopentitnity of recording their opinions of taatl John's fitness to represent the county, the ebove qualificatioas f,r an AL P. will surely not be overlooked.—Blinharyk Chronicle.
The most violent measures were resorted to by the Tory larded pro- prietors of Ayrshire to force their tenants to vote fin. Sir Jelin Ccalm- cart. The Marquis of A ilsa, or those teethes by his awl:may, were most active, but their exertions failed. We lope the details will he proved before the Intimidation Committee. Lord Chamalos's clause, aided by the Tony landlords, will end in establishing vote by ballot.— _London Courier.