15 DECEMBER 1832, Page 2

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ALL that we have to report of their Majesties this week is, that they are in that state of good health and good spirits in which we believe every one of their subjects—Tories, Conservatives, Whigs, Reformers, Radicals—sincerely wishes them to be.

It is rumoured that his Majesty, with the kind consideration of saving to the country, for the present, the late Speaker's retiring pen- sion of 4,0001. per annum, has made it his personal request to Air. Manners Sutton that he would resume the high office in the new Par- liament; and that such is consequently to be the case.—Standard.