2 JULY 1831, Page 11


SPECTATOR OFFICE, SATURDAY, Two O'CLOCK. The Irish members are to have a meeting on Monday respecting the Reform Bill for Ireland. The Scotch members are to meet this day oft the Scotch Reform Bill.

During the last week, the French Ambassador has received despatches frequently, and had several communications with our Ministry. Don Pedro is said to be making arrangements for an attack on Pore tugal; but great secrecy is, of course, observed as to their nature. Several complaints have been made against the Prussian Authorities by British subjects trading with Poland. Some welbauthenticatet and strong cases were submitted to his Lordship on Thursday. The latest accounts from Pernambuco describe the disturbances, of which intelligence reached town on Monday, and which were said to be of a revolutionary character, as very greatly exaggerated.