14 AUGUST 1841, Page 1

The statesman's glance at the sky is scarcely more inspiriting

than it was last week. This week began with a better promise, but it has not been kept : there have been glimpses of sunshine, which have served little purpose but to tantalize the titian. Meanwhile, the season is creeping by, ' '"•• those " few days of sunshine " which are petition ters in order to the ripening of the corn. The m

are chill and gusty; the rain only "holds up" 47,`Orrrei'l 'rev 01 even has fallen in Lincolnshire ; and autumn s • •• :

proach. The weather is more potent than tin League : Sir ROBERT PEEL, if he would not co treaties or to "pressure from without," must yet succumb to the seasons.