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CONTENTS.

STATE OF PUBLIC Opinion at the Beginning of the Year-Progress of

Events in Italy—Great Interest felt in England in these Transactions

The expected Reform Bill—General Absence of Agitation or Excitement

on the Question-Financial Affairs—Expectations of large Changes in

this Direction-PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED ON 2411 JANUARY—Her Ma-

jesty's

's Speech from the Throne—The Address in the House of Lords is

moved by Lord Fitzwilliam, and seconded by Lord Truro-Speeches of

Earl Grey, the Duke of Newcastle, Marquis of Normanby, Earl of Derby,

and Earl Granville-The Address is agreed to, nem.con.-In the Commons

the Address is moved by Mr. St. Aubyn, and seconded by Lord Henley-

Mr. Disraeli enters at some length into the projected new commercial

relations with France, and also into the Italian policy of the Government

-Lord Palmerston in answer, states that the Commercial Treaty with

France has been signed, and justifies its provisions—He also vindicates

the policy of non-interference adopted by his Cabinet in regard to Italy

-The Address is voted without opposition-Some further debate on the

French Treaty arises on bringing up the Report—Remarks of the Chan-

cellor of the Exchequer and of Mr. Horsman— FOREIGN AFFAIRS—War-

like preparations in France—Mr. Kinglake addresses a question to Lord

John Russell on this subject–His answer—The Marquis of Normanby

takes up the cause of the deposed Governments in Italy–He moves an

Address to the Crown respecting the anticipated annexation of Savoy and

Nice to France-Speeches of Earls Granville, Grey, and Shaftesbury, the

Duke of Newcastle, Earl of Derby, and other Peers-Second Motion of

Lord Normanby reflecting on the Policy of the Sardinian Government-

The policy of that Power is vindicated by Earl Granville, the Marquis of

Clanricarde, and other Peers—Explanations with respect to the relations

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