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PROCEEDINgs IN PARLIAMENT.-The Session of 1857-8 resumed after the Adjournment on the 4th of February—The Earl of Derby in the House of Lords expresses his surprise at the omission of any Ministerial statement, and refers at some length to the State of Public Affairs, especially to the Mutiny in India, the War with China, and the Relations of this Country with France—He is answered by Earl Granville—Remarks of Lord Panmure and Earl Grey on Military Arrangements, and of Lords Brougham and Campbell on the Laws affecting Foreign Conspirators in England—Lord Palmerston gives notice of a Bill to amend the Law of Conspiracy—Marriage of the Princess Royal—Addresses of congratulation to Her Majesty on this event are moved in both Houses, and carried, mem. con.—LEgislation Fort THE Gover NMENT or INDIA—The President of the Board of Control moves for leave to bring in a Bill to enable the East India Company to borrow Ten Millions for the service of the Government—Remarks of Mr. T. Baring, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Cardwell, Mr. Disraeli, Sir F. Baring, and other Members—Leave given— The amount authorized being afterwards reduced to Eight Millions, the Bill is passed—Thanks of Parliament to the Civil and Military Officers and Servants in India—The Motion is made in the House of Lords by Lord Panmure—IIis speech—Lord Derby takes exception to Lord Canning's name being included in the vote—Speeches of the Duke of Argyll, the Duke of Cambridge, and Lord Falkland—The Resolutions are agreed to— In the House of Commons, after an objection from Mr. Disraeli on a point of form which is overruled, Lord Palmerston moves the Thanks of the House—Mr. Disraeli objects to including Lord Canning's name until the House is in a condition to pronounce upon his policy, and he moves the ki. uestion—Speeches of Mr. Labouchere, Sir John Pakington, Mr. angles, Colonel Sykes, Mr. Walpole, Mr. Drummond, and Mr. Henley— Lord Palmerston disclaims binding the House by this vote to approve Lord Canning's policy, and Mr. Disraeli withdraws his opposition—Annuity to the Widow and Son of General Havelock—The Bill is passed without opposition—Petition of the East India Company against the transfer of the Government of India to the Crown—Presented by Earl Grey in the House of Lords—Discussion on that occasion—Mr. T. Baring presents the Petition to the Commons—On the 12th February, Lord Palmerston moves for leave to bring in a Bill to transfer India to the Government of the Crown–Summary of his Speech—Mr. T. Baring moves an Amendment declaring legislation at the present time to be inexpedient—The Chancellor of the Exchequer dissects the Petition of the Company, and con

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