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intention is to do still more and, according as the thirty millions of ecclesiastic pensions become extinct, intends to devote that sum to the benefit of the church. One sole obligation has been imposed by the Divine Law, which is, that priests should live by the altar, and atte
December 30, 1809 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL REGlSTER.—Official Papers.

POLITICAL REGlSTER.—Official Papers.

POLITICAL REGlSTER. —Official Papers. 1039] Emperor. The Archbishop of Naples has been the only ecclesiastic who'refused the ©ath which he owed to the Sovereign. In vain have the Theologians endeavoured to convince him; he has persisted in his error. His uncommon ignorance has be
December 30, 1809 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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be one word said upon the matter. The thing speaks for itself. Not a word ot it, however, should ever have heard, had it not been for that Inquiry, which was moved for by Lord Porches'*’?,*, wnich was opposed bv the Ministry, but in which tne House ot Commons is now engaged. We
February 24, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
LONDON -Printed hy T. C. HANSARD, Peterborough Court, Fleet - Street Published by K. RAGSIIAW, Brydges-Street, Covent - Garden Sold

LONDON -Printed hy T. C. HANSARD, Peterborough Court, Fleet - Street Published by K. RAGSIIAW, Brydges-Street, Covent - Garden Sold

also J. BUDD, Pall-Mall.
February 24, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
When large country is not Ibrtitiecl in sword,?, and in the hearts its People, it cannot a defended.” Major Cartwright.

When large country is not Ibrtitiecl in sword,?, and in the hearts its People, it cannot a defended.” Major Cartwright.

iEgis, Vo!. 1. 114. SUMMARY OF POLITICS. that Ireland separated from England water ; because, besides many other evils, is productive this, that the people of England are not only, generally speaking, ignorant what is passing in Ireland, but they, at best, seem to care but littl
December 9, 1809 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
DECEMBER 0, 1809.—Danger to Ireland,

DECEMBER 0, 1809.—Danger to Ireland,

DECEMBER 0, 1809.— Danger to Ireland, [«8« should, if possible, have been shewn, that, at some time or other when England was under a Roman Catholic church, England was in greater peril from without, in greater misery within, than she is at this moment. All this, some of it, at l
December 9, 1809 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
MS] POLITICAL REGlSTER. —Middlesex MMing. *1 ** we hare been led by Privilege ?—Had fit servants of such masters ?—Accept,

MS] POLITICAL REGlSTER. —Middlesex MMing. *1 ** we hare been led by Privilege ?—Had fit servants of such masters ?—Accept,

you. Sir, reeled beastly drunk into the u Illustrious Countryman, once more, the « House of Commons, made a scandalous thanks of our hearts ; together with brawl, and thrown a chair at the head *< our earnest prayers to Heaven for your u of the Speaker, it may even be doubted he
May 5, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
SUMMARY OF POLITICS.

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.

Napoleon’s Projects. These projects were, in the main, evident enough before, but they seem now to be rather more fully developed. The Morning Chronicle and other prints, call the Divorce a solcmnyarce; and they have wisdom to set down the people France as slaves, because they s
January 6, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
JANUARY 6, 1810.—Official Papers,

JANUARY 6, 1810.—Official Papers,

JANUARY 6, 1810. —Official Papers, terval, to be altogether suspended. I shall therefore content myself with entering my protest against a proceeding which I can consider in no other light than as violation, my person, of the inostessential rights of a Public Minister; when adopt
January 6, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
103] POLITICAL REGlSTER.—Parto«<n<<wy Proceedings. [l&I vote for inquiry, when he had assured be ready for delivery by Tuesday next, «

103] POLITICAL REGlSTER.—Parto«<n<<wy Proceedings. [l&I vote for inquiry, when he had assured be ready for delivery by Tuesday next, «

them, that satisfactory documents should would ask, why should they now ap. «• laid before them.” The House does point a Committee to inquire, destitute seem have kicked a little this. This, they were of all information, when from Mr. Croker, does seem to have been his majesty,
February 3, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England