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On Cabinet authority we correct the preceding paragraph to this

ex- tent—Parliament will meet on Monday, at the usual hour, for Court explanations; and will reassemble on the Friday following, for a pro- gramme of measures. Some say that in the event of "movement," Lord BROUGHAM may


be prevailed upon to accept a new °Bite—that of Mittiater of Publie Instruction. In the mean time, his versatile Lordship has produced a clever and

pleasant pamphlet, beginning "Dear John Russell," as an antidote to the Stroud Letter. Lord BEM:IMAM offers himself for sale to any Annis-

try ; but for the terms, see the pamphlet.