We invite public attention to the paragraph in the King's Speech which hints at an extension of the Established Church of Scotland. Whether this is to be done by an application of public money, or by
• robbing the proprietors of teinds, we know not ; but the zeal of our reverend canvassers is now satisfactorily accounted for. The true priestly inveteracy against Mr. Traill in Orkney, the degrading exhi- bition of an ex moderator of the General Assembly, the exertions of the General Session of Glasgow, all are now accounted for. They have been bought with a price. Sir Robert Peel has promised them a
• share in the plunder.—Glasgow Argus.