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THE TWO GREAT PLEASURES.

THE TWO GREAT PLEASURES.

What.is.true of all men must be true of ministers for (wording to an axiom once laid down by Lord John Russell when justifying the incapability of his colleagues ancl himself,-" Ministers are but men." We therefore hold in acertain kind of respect the good intentions' of the gov
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
Lice. the eate eral bite his out and k es, and Pro. ph ow, Mr. les mml' .011 The eyes

Lice. the eate eral bite his out and k es, and Pro. ph ow, Mr. les mml' .011 The eyes

of the whole country are now fixed upon Lord Brougham, His Lordship s 's declared intention to resum e his political duties the reassembling of Parliament has given renewed hope to the friends of freedom,' and has carried dismay into the ranks of the enemy. To the one he comes a
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
NEWFOUNDLAND.

NEWFOUNDLAND.

Newfoundland papers contain a proclamation of the Governor, dissolving the House of Assembly, the meeting of which stood for November Ist. A second proclamation summons a new house to . wet December Bth, the writ 4of election, returnable that day. Mr, W. Shields, the engineer en
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
BUTCIIVite TRAMS OF PARIS.—One of the most 101- portant branehes of the commerce of Paris is the butche trade, 72,000

BUTCIIVite TRAMS OF PARIS.—One of the most 101- portant branehes of the commerce of Paris is the butche trade, 72,000

bullocks,- 16,000 coos, 72,000 calves, and 360,090 sheep being required for the ye ar ly supp l y o f the inhabitants of the capital. The net price of the above amounts to 42,534,000 fr., and to 48,109,200 fr. including all exrenses and dutie s , w hi c h are pa id before l ' he
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
SIR FRANCIS AND O'CONNELL.

SIR FRANCIS AND O'CONNELL.

There are few conditions more pitiable than tho state of a sporting country gentleman in a hard frost, when the main business of his life, hunting, is necessarily suspended. The poor gardeners who parade the streets with their useless tools in token of their want of employment,
January 25, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
BUSINESS OF THE SESSION.

BUSINESS OF THE SESSION.

Little did we imagine that our statein era of the leading ministerial measures proposed to be submitted to the consideration of parliament in due succession have drawn down upon us an opposition programme of an importanee so undeniable, and a splendsur so dazzling, as to throw t
January 28, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
PRICE ID,

PRICE ID,

will be appreciated, and made effectual by all support which the authority of the Government can give them. The Lord Lieutenant has directed a prosecution to be instituted against the persons who Can be identified as having taken a part in the illegal procession of Antrim. His o
January 26, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY POLITICIAN.

THE DAILY POLITICIAN.

free commerce of all nations. aur advanced peal-- tion, as well as that of France, seem to impose upon the two Governments the duty of taking the initiative in thiS question. - If the Wench lVfirilstry; accepting counsel from their most inveterate foreign and internal enemies, l
January 26, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
LORD BROUGHAM.

LORD BROUGHAM.

In ihe Times of this Morning appears a letter to Lord Brougham, bearing the signature of " Runnymede.". It is written in a smart flippant manner —very much after the fashion of the would-be witty reflections in Ben. D'lsraeli's " Vyvyan Grey " and indeed, from its extreme fopper
January 26, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER INVOCATION.

ANOTHER INVOCATION.

They are very unreasonable—we ought to say, stupid—annotators upon the course pursued by this and other anti-Radical and anti-Popish journals, who accuse us of either a willing or a needless propensity to entertain our readers with frequent reference to the proceedings of Mr. Da
February 3, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England