23 DECEMBER 1843, Page 8

Under the head" Lord Grey," the Morning Chronicle says—" In

an- swer to the numerous inquiries yesterday at the mansion of Lord Pon- sonby, brother to the Countess Grey, in Stanhope Street, it was stated that the accounts from Howick Hall by that morning's post were more favourable than those of the preceding day ; and letters received by General Sir Henry and Lady Grey, in Hertford Street, were to the same effect."