10 OCTOBER 1840, Page 2

Zbe Vrobinces.

The South Cheshire registration has proved a gain to the Conserva- tiVQ::: of 41.

Real,tratiost for the city of Bath ter: limited on Thursday, by which the eiservatives have a majority of d7.

The l'...rristers have just completed their labours, after three days' close sitting, in the Suederleed district of the 'Northern division of Durham ; and the Conservatives liosT succeeded in erasing from the lists no less than L'T,t; spurious voters.—Camteduml Aleket.

Dr. Waddington, the new Dean of Durham, was inst.dled on Saturday lust, and "read himself in " in the Cathedral on Sunday. Dr, Wadding- ton's accomplishments as a gentliman, a scholar, and a divine, are notch spoken of; and combine to reAcr the a: pointment one of the most pmular nets of patronage exercised by the present Government.— Moraing Chronicle.