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Mr. &waders has concluded, for the present, his extra-magis- terial

inquiry into the Road murder, and he leaves the mystery just where it was. But as he has had an interview with the Lord Chancellor, who has "not ye removed him from the commission of the peace," we presume the proceedings may be taken as endorsed with the approval of Lord Campbell. That being so, we venture to advise Mr. Saunders, who is an equity counsel, to venture on a wider scope of action, and open another Court of Gossip at the Mechanics' Institution in Southampton Buildings, to review the procedure and decisions of Lincoln's Inn. "What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander."