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It was agreed that the ease should stand over till

next court-day, to allow ter had been unable, up to the present time, to obtain the opinion of Sir Fitzroy Kelly en the propriety of applying to the Court of Exchequer for a prohibition in the Gorham case. The opinion would be ready in a day or two. The Bishop had not the slightest intention of resisting the monition ; but it was his duty to contest the case as far as he could if he were so advised. the time required for obtaining Sir Fitzroy Kelly's opinion. In the Arches Court, yesterday, Dr. Addams stated that the Bishop of Exe- MONEY MARKET.