-Occupation of Syria under the Convention with France-Lord Stratford
de Redcliffe moves several Resolutions bearing upon the Transactions in
Syria-Observations of the Marquis of Clanricarde, Earl Grey, and Earl
Granville—The Resolutions are withdrawn—The same subject introduced
in the House of Commons by Sir James Ferguson-Statement of Lord
John Russell in reply-Condition of Turkey-Lord Stratford de Redcliffe
opens a Discussion on the State of that Empire in the House of Lords-
Speeches of Lord Wodehouse and Lord Hardwicke--Poland–The Earl of
Harrowby draws attention to recent events affecting the Polish Nation,
and moves for Papers-Remarks of Lord Wodehouse, the Earls of Ellen-
borough and Malmesbury, and other Peers—The Ionian Islands—Mr.
Maguire enters upon a Discussion of the Policy of England towards this
Dependency, and the Effects of Mr. Gladstone's Mission to the Islands in
1858—Speech of the Chancellor of the Exchequer in Answer-Observa-
tions of Mr. Layard, Mr. Whiteside, Mr. M. Milnes, Mr. Monsell, Mr. C.
Fortescue, and Lord Palmerston . . . . . . . [99