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Starvation and Distress in England. --Our London and Liverpool files continue to be filled with dreadful accounts of starvation and suffering in the manufacturing districts, in consequence of the lack of employment, resulting mainly from the countermanding of orders from the United States, and the consequent suspension of labor. There is a loud call for the organization of "relief societies," "soup houses," "fuel and clothing associations, " &c., in all the great towns and cities. The reports we quoted last week, in the Express, from the trade circulars, showed the condition of things in Manchester, Leeds and Huddersfield. Nottingham, too, is a serious sufferer. One of the journals states officially, that "the number of in-door poor, at the Poor-House, exceeded by 415 those from the corresponding period last year, while the outdoor recipients amounted to 2,016 more than last year. In comparison with last week, there were more than 1,000 applicants for out-door relief."
Manchester home Guard. --A company for home protection is organizing in Manchester. A meeting will be held to-night for the purpose of electing officers. Manchester home Guard. --A company for home protection is organizing in Manchester. A meeting will be held to-night for the purpose of electing officers.