The Universities are indulged with a greater number of voting-days
than either cities, boroughs, or counties. Of this privilege the candidates both at Oxford and Cambridge are availing themselves in the present con- test; and at each the week closes upon an unfinished poll.
Oxford University. A late edition of the Standard gives the following numbers as published by Mr. Round's Committee at halfepast two this afternoon-Inglis, 1,572; Gladstone, 926; Round, 757.
Cambridge University. At five
Fielding, 853; Goulburn, 832; o'clock this aftertloon-Law, Lefevre, 606. 1,111;