Many of our town readers continue . o look with I
r at interest for the drtn3ht of the charter of the Metropolitan University, about to be 1 tid before Parliament. With whatever degree of confidence they may rely on the Liberal principles of Mr. SEEING RICE, they bear in Mind that a Minister of State is usually more apt to hearken to the tales of any existing corporation, than to enact such new measures as are calculated only for the public weal.