14 FEBRUARY 1835, Page 8

The amount of absolute and unconditional promises to vote for

Mr. Abercromby, as Speaker of the house of Commons, and against Sir Charles Manners Sutton, was up to yesterday :314—and in favour of

• the latter scarcely '2:36. We have these facts upon authority which we have no right to question ; and we can add, with equal assurance, that many answers to the letters which have been transmitted by the chiefs of the Liberal party to different Members of Parliament, but whose votes are not doubtful, have not yet been received.—Moraing Adtvrti.sc r.