1 MAY 1847, Page 8

SCOTLAND. The a most disorderly meeting that ever happened in

Glasgow"—which is saying a vast deal—was held on Tuesday evening. Its object was to petition Parliament for some law to compel railway companies to provide accommodation for travellers on Sundays. Both sides mustered strongly —both were pertinacious; the " Sabbatarians " resorting to noise. A re- solution was moved in dumb-show; and the seconder tried to speak, but could not be heard. Seeking to weary the bawlers, he remained standing from a quarter to nine o'clock till midnight, the storm continuing without abatement. The meeting was then dissolved by the chairman, without result.