30 NOVEMBER 1872, Page 2

The London Policemen who were dismissed for their share in

the late imeute have made a full submission, and have all been reinstated at the bottom of their respective grades. That is a kindly and we believe a wise act, and will restore to the Force an impression of its superiors' sympathy. At the same time, Colonel Henderson has prohibited meetings in the force without his

consent, &perfectly reasonable step, considering the nature of the force, if he has also provided the men with official means of making their grievances known to the authorities, and through Parliament to the public. Soldiers and sailors have such means, and so should the Police.