20 JUNE 1840, Page 9

In consequence of the good conduct of the Glasgow cotton-spinners,

and the kind intercession of' Lord Brougham, Mr. Wakley, and other influential gentlemen, five out of the six have received a free pardon, and were on Wednesday last liberated from the convict ship Justitia, at Woolwich, on board which they had served two years and five months. The names of the parties liberated me Thomas Hunter, Peter Ilacket,

Richard James Gibb, and William M'Lean. The sixth, Thomas *Riddell, is still undergoing his sentence.