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:, i EDINBUR . GH COUNTY ELECTION . Public _discussion is to the body politic , what Ihc ' air we _breathe is to _the _body qalural . It is _the _principle of life and _health ; and without it _till _; face of _society , like a stagnant pool _, would _exhale nothing but noxious and _pestilential vapours . _AKONYSIOUS .

:, i EDINBUR . GH COUNTY ELECTION . Public _discussion is to the body politic , what Ihc ' air we _breathe is to _the _body qalural . It is _the _principle of life and _health ; and without it _till _; face of _society , like a stagnant pool _, would _exhale nothing but noxious and _pestilential vapours . _AKONYSIOUS .

TO our friends in the south it may seem strange tliat we should dignify' : the proceedings at an _election for _a Scotch county , _long considered as at the disposal of _» _particular'family , by _making it a subject _ofdisccTsion . They _forget , _however , that _little matters
July 4, 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COUNTY ELECTION

COUNTY ELECTION

On Monday n Court of _( _lie _Kreelioldrrs of _tills County was held n _( lie _Pilrlianifiit _House _; ( ur tlic _purpose _of _electing a _Member to _icprc'ipnt them in 1 ' arliainunt . Sir _' VVii _. Ll . iM _UAI' ; , lli ( i Slicrin _: _slatc'l _( lie object _urilic _Meeting ,
July 4, 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
• Mr Markinl ; iy , a member of Council , got bis _vote for L . 90 U ,

• Mr Markinl ; iy , a member of Council , got bis _vote for L . 90 U ,

_although a l"ise vole , _wHhaut _any _nittniiltage _, _gave , . _it public _mile _, veiy _soon atli _. 'rwiirds , 1 _^ . 1500 . Part of llie _lands _• idd _lo hi _. ri _be-Irii • _rd to llie _Crui _, _; crt'uk iiioriillcalion . The lands _wiri' in notieniiy ; lie called on _( l
July 4, 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_the _Constitution _"y _lowering _itic _dignity _and _character of tin _; fi <) - terciei ' i _by being _too

_the _Constitution _"y _lowering _itic _dignity _and _character of tin _; fi <) - terciei ' i _by being _too

prodigal of the means of tlic Country / or by arbitrBry _attempts on thii riglils of the people . _There were _iliUtf-„( opinions , no doubt , about what _was or was _not _dangerous to tlie Guvcrnment . One _might tl _^ _. _-ik it _endangered by _wasteful _csDonditurf _, ° y a "
July 4, 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

_Wednesday , _Jync _H _. _t . _The ?» izurp . of the _throne of _Candy is said to have cost the _yie . t ; i'le _of . _EnKlond _Iron ) L . B 50 , ooo to L . _300 , 000 . Whatpr _. _o-& _( _. mny _huve _been _realized liy _the _cnptors on that occaMon it _ivould not . bc e . i !
July 4, 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HAMBURGH PAPERS

HAMBURGH PAPERS

_PETEIISIIUIIGI ! , June 5 . —On _the 27 . th of May . the _Council tifthe _Empire _delivered a very _rcinarkalrfe Report to liis May _; 5 ty _the _Emperor , • on the result _, _of the system of _public _credit , of'which the follpvong _. is aa extract : — Tlie Debts of the , Em
July 4, 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE . PARIS _PAPERS .

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE . PARIS _PAPERS .

We _received _yesterday _( _lie Pnris p !; pi _. _'rs _of Sundny and Montay I . _T-t . Tln : v _publish _tlic Convcntr'ns concluded _between _' _' r . incc _anil _tho _Alllcil _rowers respecting thu liquidations , tbc > l ) jcct or _which \\ c _fonncrli _stntcd _when _the projct
July 4, 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
; To _tlin _' _. c _Honourable I'rieiida who _slept _forward and _invitd him to come boldly « _s _a

; To _tlin _' _. c _Honourable I'rieiida who _slept _forward and _invitd him to come boldly « _s _a

_ciuidid » t < _-. lie felt _no _language coulil _n , press . _hia _giatitude , ; ur llie _viiiy . _indefatigable _exertions _made in iln _; caii . iu _, , r l'licy saw it _was _, a . contcst purposely ng . tinst In ' m , aiidtlieT i thcreforo i . _iannged _tlic . _battle _wKli
July 4, 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
We _sincerely and heartily _congratulate the country upon _the final result of the poll _yesterday in the City of _:

We _sincerely and heartily _congratulate the country upon _the final result of the poll _yesterday in the City of _:

London . The _cause of public virtue ' und independence has at . _length _triumphed over all the _^ influence of _Ministers , and all _the arts and _stratagems of tlieir _adherents and supporters . This _reailt shcws'thc _efficacy of a _coalition _founded upon public _principles
July 4, 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_CITY ELECTION

_CITY ELECTION

On Tliursdny _a _Common _Hall was _held for _( _lie , purpose of . _receiving ( lie rvturo of the _Sheriffs respecting the successful _Ciiiulidatfs The _Hall _was completely filled by a _most _n'spcclalilr body of _ilic _Livery , who in thu warmest terms _vongratulattti M _» _:
July 4, 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland