15 DECEMBER 1832, Page 10

Mr. Attwood of Birmingham was nominated by old Mr. Hill

; Mr. Muntz proposed Mr. Scholefield. The whole proceeding was one of those fine combinations of good sense and sound feeling for which Birmingham is pre-eminent.

At Walsall, the proceedings were interrupted by the military. The case will be one of the few referred to Parliament for fluid settlement. - Mr. Lawson, of Euston Square, has declared for East Surry, in consequence of Alderman Venables' illness.

The nomination for North Hampshire took place yesterday. The speeches were very long. The candidates, we need hardly repeat, are Mr. Lefevre and .Mr. Scott against the Marquis of Douro and Mr. Long. The poll begins on Monday.