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5,0001. a year, for looking after 2,400 men. But, my lord* so, last year well as this year ? Was not this king’s son the same situation when you and Mr. Huskisson and Mr. Canning were in office What you say now is very good; very good indeed but, why was not the abuse, here comp
March 3, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
Triall. The following is a List of the Articles contained in the Eighth Volume ; *** T%e Articles are marked

Triall. The following is a List of the Articles contained in the Eighth Volume ; *** T%e Articles are marked

[N.] 272. Proceedings against Richard Thompson Clerk, for a High Misdemeanour against the Privilege Parliament,* a. d. 1680 [N.T 273. Case of James Skene, for treasonable Opinions and Declarations, a. n. 1680. [N.I Case of John Niven, Captain of the Ship Fortune London, for Leas
December 12, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL REGISTER.—Chatham.

POLITICAL REGISTER.—Chatham.

POLITICAL REGISTER.— Chatham. [BOB county member, even in the most shameless of times sll these circumstances com* bined\have naturally excited an uncommon degree of interest as to the ensuing election, and have fixed upon you the eyes of the whole nation: every one is waiting to
March 10, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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March 10, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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March 10, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 

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OCTOBER id* 1810.—Royal German Legion. (500 of contradiction or explanation, and that* too', as soon as possible.

OCTOBER id* 1810.—Royal German Legion. (500 of contradiction or explanation, and that* too', as soon as possible.

OCTOBER id* 1810. —Royal German Legion. (500 of contradiction or explanation, and that* too', as soon as possible. were animated by desire of vengeance; if 1 were anxious to see my opinions veri> fied, and to receive the unanimous applause of the country for unavailing exertions;
October 10, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL IfcEGISTiLIL—Ireland.

POLITICAL IfcEGISTiLIL—Ireland.

POLITICAL IfcEGISTiLIL Ireland. *' each olKet; Maiaena’s force was said toanioudt tojbetween 70 and 80.000; « that of Lord AVellingtoa between and 00,000. Their respective positions, as described in our Paper of yesterday, were such, that a speedy and desperate << battle appeared
October 10, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
y. . Afar Uis not tb* fa* fitted rkg fay* rmw the fight, tn adversary, has suffered hardly leas at

y. . Afar Uis not tb* fa* fitted rkg fay* rmw the fight, tn adversary, has suffered hardly leas at

till; and* * stiU less frequent, I btlieve, the victorious party the field of battle, and moving away fro« it the extent of 30 or The Morning Ppst says, that lord Tate' vera would not atiaw of a fursait” though the enemy was camptedyrmtod sod that the reason of this was, (that h
October 17, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
DECEMBER 26, against Odd. « to bring an action paymefc| in « was refused, j question for the the «

DECEMBER 26, against Odd. « to bring an action paymefc| in « was refused, j question for the the «

Court was, Whether under the cipcum(t stances before stated, the Plairttiff* was entitled to recover - for the Defendants, argued, that though unquestionably pre" vious to,the passing of ihe;37 Geo. S, c. a 45, commonly called the Bank 'a bank note would not have been *a. legal
December 26, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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o. —Prinbe qf Walat* pie, and that they ace sacred only as they are necessary to the preservation of that power and balance of the Constitution, which experience has proved to be the true security of the liberty of the subject, must be allowed to observe, that the plea of public
November 10, 1810 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England