30 JUNE 1866, Page 1

Mr. Bernal Osborne having been elected for Nottingham by a

coalition of Tories and ultra-Radicals, took the opportunity of saying on Thursday that he did not intend to offer a "factious opposition" to Lord Derby, and of saying the bitterest things he could think of about the Liberal chiefs. They had deserted their party, not their party them, the forty-four Liberals who had deserted them being many of them "good Reformers." The " Lambs " of Nottingham must be proud of their choice. It is not every bottleholder who can back up his man and throw- pepper into his eyes with the adroitness and coolness of Mr._ Osborne. Well, every class ought to have ita share of represen- tation, and why not the roughs ? -