16 MAY 1840, Page 9


An attempt to get up a meeting in Queen's County to petition against Lord Stanley's Bill met with little success. Very few persons attended, nod nobody of influence.

Mr. Sharman Crawford has proved, in a letter to the Dublin Evening Mail, that there arc essential differences between Lord Stanley's Rep,is- Dation Bill and that which Sir Michael O'Loglilen introduced into Parliament.

Colonel Rawdon, stepfather to Lord Cremorne, stands for Armagh on the Whig interest.

Mr. O'Connell is again in Dublin. On Tuesday he spoke at a meet- ing of the National Asociation, on the old subjects—Justice or Repeal, working out the great experiment, and the wrings Ireland has suffered from Englishmen. He produced a very long document in the shape of

" Report on the Financial Injustice inflicted upon Ireland since the Union."