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SUMMARY OF POLITICS.

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.

SUMMARY OF POLiTICS. I R. TIKL-A correspondent, wbose letter I have inserted in a former page of this-sheet, seerns to thifik, that my expreFs5 ing an opinion, that tthe letterg ?? to Wr. Drake were genuine, was doing au. act of injostice to that gentleman; because, if the le~ter
April 28, 1804 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
AN ANALYTICAL AND COMPARATIVE VIEW

AN ANALYTICAL AND COMPARATIVE VIEW

The Right Hon. Gentleman" (Mr. Windham) "r seems deterimined to have the last word on the 's subject of tht Volunteer Corps. A solitary'instance, was stated by the Right Hon. Gent. on a for. mer night, of a corps being governed by a Committee! [have seen many Corps of Volunteers,
January 14, 1804 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
SUMMARY OF POLITICS.

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.

SUMMARY OF POLITCS. VO LUNITEER SYSTEM.--Some time ago, the danrgers to be apprehended from the hos- tility of the enemy occupied men's minds'; but nDOW,- the danger of the Volunteer-sys- tem, that system which was to save us front the 'enenmy, has absorbed evcry other. Tfi pert
January 14, 1804 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
MR.PITT.

MR.PITT.

I By the Lard, now, andI sbeimt get out I shali stay where I arn, M-istei Dgrruw BUi.LL, for if you i ilon't know when you have got A goo4 iharvent, I kndhw when I've got a good- ?? MTACTWOLTER, in the Wags of Windsor. - I . X I MB.JPITT. SIR,-As it, appears from the speech which
July 14, 1804 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
IRISH EXCHANGE.

IRISH EXCHANGE.

This grand measure [the Army Df Reserve] turns out, at last, to he nothing more than a mere-adi:. tioll to the Militia, with all the evils of that system, perv rted and misapplied as it has been fao .everal yeats past. Now, in the whole of the United Kingdom, .3Sooo men are to he
February 25, 1804 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 

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NAVAL INQUIRY.

NAVAL INQUIRY.

ibNAV lNQUURY. SIR, 3DIlaVing in, two former letters convetyed, to 'otP mysome lengthmy remarks o. thie oppoln made in the House of Commons to M. Pitt's motion for inquirr I into the conduct of the Admiralty, and also on Loid St. ?? cl'aim to fitue confidence, from past services.
April 21, 1804 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR.

TO THE EDITOR.

TO THIE EDITOR. StR,--In my last f pointed out the defect of the" present establishment of the marine corps, in their not having a sufficient rium ber of field officers. I have now to obserrej that there is not proper encouragement givob ;tO the nun-commnissionred officers,.- The
February 11, 1804 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR.

TO THE EDITOR.

,-O TH;E I j 7, E } .T . ; , | -sR,-From : ma attachmirnt to the cQunty. to whlchi i belog, r Feel 'myself Ibiged ?? corresponent' T91M.of the Middle Temple. In ,.biC last lett&ion the itpacity of Henry the.Vlth, t'&ii's.very atisfactorily i--my opinion,, vindicated& the , , siri
December 8, 1804 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
Parliamentary Intelligence.

Parliamentary Intelligence.

111?71-1 a Itie, na ? I Illarp 9, I'ddif C, Et. --l I T II LOUSC'E (F lERDS, On Tuesdavand'I hursday ?? Attorney Ce- neral and Mr kich ards wrere heard for te;e R-s- pordticit isl the appeal from the Co;irt of Cnian- cery, ?? ig i., be Univer-:itics ot Ox-'i Y ford and Cambri'dge
May 16, 1804 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Parliamentary Intelligence.

Parliamentary Intelligence.

1?11ji-liptialnentarp 3utellignee. IIOUSE'OF LORDS, ; Ji easealy, 4UhV 9. In the appeal, Hdirter ?? the Earl of Kinnou:: and others, the Lord Chancellor pronounced the judgment of their Lordships, by which the decision of the Court of Session is atlirmed. f . h~~~ls~~APIO ~ty I4.
May 23, 1804 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland