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1811 .—The Regency.

1811 .—The Regency.

[3C* are persuaded Tt is impossible ; and it be whether thp Speech read bjr the Recent in person, or by his Commissioners, it is still a which must have previously received his sanction and approbation.* This is complete answer to the Morning Chronicle, There is no doubt at all,
February 13, 1811 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
11.—Tfte Regent,

11.—Tfte Regent,

11. —Tfte Regent, Cheshire —B. Oreof AshtOn Hayes, Esq. Cumberland —J. Losh, Woodside, Esq? Derbyshire —G. Langley/Esq. Devonshire —A. Champernownc, of Darlington, Esq. Dorsetshire —E. Greathed, of Udden, Esq. Essex —C. Smith, of Suttons, Esq. Gloucestershire —R. Gordon, of Kembl
February 13, 1811 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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ul en; in- he he. nd ise be 4y iid. ard rt- one L a nld ;he ugs he he at- to i0 so- le- nilt lie d, d. ed ed iv- im ,as- ,i, as nd nd n0- w. ie, id, ay ?? is, Lle hao Trs Ith d- hem a ar rn id -a ad' lt, -se' of -ly ed ,at 1i0 he Im 0 er- 'a he to Lb. ahh un- cit. to he ck- 'ith
January 21, 1811 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PAR1<IAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS-J,. Sy c - i (.on6inuedfr-m our kst Ptiiate dcrfrjepo.dence.4 d GpINEAS AND BANK NOTES. -The bill, Lord LAUDERDALE said, tended only it *t6 increase those wvery difficulties which it proposed tt to remedy. It Vas-in every respect incompetent t
July 27, 1811 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
kaWikeM d# Pblmcs.

kaWikeM d# Pblmcs.

Pblmcs. American SUti siL&S, *717. 737, FoittC£97. Conquest lb« Empire Jar*, £x in 601. Iwpostor 14% IfiTMioD, 435. Wt»»«• Col. 385, 434. Paper Money, 995.
July 3, 1811 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 

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Wade, N. > ■; Wakefield, Mr. q. 34,599,7 M Wakb, Mr.'l4s ' Wales, Priaoe, 209, 257. 889, 331, 388, ’fits, 788, 812, 815, 821 Wallenstein, 166 Walsh, Mr. 483 Walsh, Mr. Ward, Capt 483 Waring, Lieut Washington, Gen. Waters, Col 61- ■ - i • Watier, Gen. 576, 669 Weddell, Mr. 568 We
July 3, 1811 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
should not dare trail it so, if I Arete tile- ■ posed to it, seeing that did ite toward* the

should not dare trail it so, if I Arete tile- ■ posed to it, seeing that did ite toward* the

French when thfff had paper’' money. is well known u», bort, it ought also be known cut children (tome whom will, I dare say, read these Letters), that, in the year 1791, the French people made revolution in their government that they chose representatives frame a new constituti
May 18, 1811 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
‘MuUkm If ebate.

‘MuUkm If ebate.

If ebate. of the to pay their the legal eoin. la the cafe qf the 1797, it was the prijocipte* foreiga policy alone which dictated, our fqreign wars, and the prospcct invasion, it became exceedingly important to guard against the danger alarm* Whenever, upon the cessation hostilit
May 18, 1811 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
MAY )5, 1!.-»«««, ft**,. question totkmk srartamiagilie excess frotn the quantity; for there were ▼«- circumstances which made the quantity

MAY )5, 1!.-»«««, ft**,. question totkmk srartamiagilie excess frotn the quantity; for there were ▼«- circumstances which made the quantity

elude their discovery. The situation of Europe might melee diminution indispensibly necessary. The war had suck a tendency. Between and 1792, years of peace,/the was always favour of this coUfttty and accordingly it Would be the years of excess were during the War 1795 and 1797.
May 15, 1811 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
M cutors moved to it and prefer another, because they had misrecited the proclamation. second Indict* ment was according found,

M cutors moved to it and prefer another, because they had misrecited the proclamation. second Indict* ment was according found,

and this also I proceeded in, until it was coming for trial at the Old Bailey, when, ** great mortification and astonishment, it ft was removed by the prosecutors into the Court of King’s Bench, which means, I had, it were, my defence ** again to commence. —Being in very if mode
July 20, 1811 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England