21 NOVEMBER 1835, Page 7

The Londonderry Tories are in a ferment. They intended to

make their projected dinner to Sir ROBERT PEEL subservient to a scheme of ousting Sir ROBERT FERGUSON, who has given offence by presiding at the dinner to Lord Met.crtavE, to make room for Mr. GEORGE Daly- sosr, who MIS to accompany Sir Romer. But Parson GRAHAM, II most violent and influential Orangeman, has taken it into his head to stand by Sir ROBERT FERGUSON. He declares that should PEEL and Dawsost enter Londonderry, he will put himself at the head of 40,000 followers, burn the " traitors " in effigy, and drive the whole " crew " out of town. This is expected to "blow up" the plot.