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BER 10.] never to be lost sight of, and which; 'in these tithes of torpid apathy and degeneracy, is pe.' culiarly deserving of our serious uttention, viz. that, " upon important it is ?tat 009 the undoubted right; but also the bounden duty of the reoble to gssemble together, and
December 4, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
his own Conscience, and in the virtue of his Jury. But it is Worthy of remark, that those in office

his own Conscience, and in the virtue of his Jury. But it is Worthy of remark, that those in office

may hire Papers and Writers to cen. sure the Friends of Liberty with impunity, for what the Vigilant Sir Vicary Gibbs cares, but the instant we retort upon our defamers, thi s Attorney-General fastens upon us with his Informations. If a system so cruel, partial, and oppressive,
December 4, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
legations... I know that your ServAnts will endeavour tO hoodwink your e}-es. and to persuade tl it t th e

legations... I know that your ServAnts will endeavour tO hoodwink your e}-es. and to persuade tl it t th e

ir measures are not obnoxious to the • majority of the Nation., Thogreatest and best part of your Subjects have either already remon straw& or are on the point of remonstrating, against their designs. The flame of patriotism is catching; the rest will soon feel its warmth, and s
November 27, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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SIR ; I beseech your Royal Highness, if not for your own Sake, at least for the sake of your declining, I had almost said expiring-, Country, to desistovithout farther delay, from those inglorious and destructive pursuits, which have so long degraded your exalted station, and en
January 15, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
e. of TO THE PRINCE-REGRNT, calculated to meet the exigencies of the time!. SIR FRANCIS BURDETrS ADDRESS ANSWER TO THE

e. of TO THE PRINCE-REGRNT, calculated to meet the exigencies of the time!. SIR FRANCIS BURDETrS ADDRESS ANSWER TO THE

SPEECH OF MINISTERS, Delivered on Tuesday, the 7th Instant, on the opening Parliament, is We, iiis Majesty's most dithfol and loyal Subjects, the Commons of the United Kingdom of Crest Britain, in Parliament assembled, return your P.oyal Highness the bumble thinks of this House
January 15, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
Till!". LIBERTY OF THE PRFSS

Till!". LIBERTY OF THE PRFSS

LIBERTY OF THE PRFSS AT Ntimernues an4l Respectable Meeting of the FR I EN.Di' .to ,the L I of the PR ESS, held the CROWN AND ANCHOR TA ''ER, in the Strand, on Afendcy,.t.he . 2d of Deeenityr, 1 I to take into consideration the Glartn ot Mr. HENRY W ITE to Pub • lic Support, Si i
January 15, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
THE COMET.

THE COMET.

Otserthititnts by tr. E'sq. of 4 This wonderful luminary first Made its appearance here in August, Like a star Of the fourth magnitude, its right ascension being then deg. and North declination 30, which is in the fore foot of Ursa Major, and in consequence of its rapid Motion t
October 30, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
NUMBER 1. SERIES. 1. ,

NUMBER 1. SERIES. 1. ,

October 7, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
THE PUBLIC CAUSE. BOROUGH ELECTION.

THE PUBLIC CAUSE. BOROUGH ELECTION.

ll9nday being the day fixed by the 'Sheriff for nominating two persons to serve in Parliament for the borough of Southwark, Sir Watkin Lewis, the High Bailiff', appeared on the Hustings about o'.clock; attended by the Deputy Bailiff. eVc. The busineasOf the day having been opene
October 7, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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October 7, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England