13 JUNE 1840, Page 7

A correspondent of the Times says, that Lord John Russell

and Me. Charles Wood entered the House of Commons together on Thursdey ; and that Mr. Robert Steuart (whotn the correspondent calls " Whipper," though we were not aware that Mr. Steuart vet:ion:1 that function when he quitted ollice) sat between Lord Howiel: and Mr. Wood. Mr. Wood moved the nmentiment which was to have smothered Lord Stanley's Irish Registration Bill ; but, says the writer in the Times- ,' No one can suppose that the amendment proposed by Mr. "Wood was brought Ihrward in consequence of a ploolise to :mike Lord I lowick Secretary for the Home Department, on Lord Normanity bring appointed Ambassador to Paris."