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It fincdfini fioggtd fathers and mothers if their children were detected in smuggling. Its courts of justice were filled with cruel and base judges. The nobility treated the common peopie like dogs ; these Jatter were compelled to serre as sofdiers, but were excluded from all sh
November 2, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
November 16, 1816.

November 16, 1816.

* * hundreds of thousand*, have stop hi9 teyes, if he were Qdwvtb. the same" roufrp/ I;,always toJd'[ you tktii. thisjmßld'fa 1 impossible to .keep + the. de)u- v long veil has burst asundfr* and note all is exposed and proper colours, ami described proper terms. / • Gome, then,
November 16, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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predictions when the great commercial failures took place 1793, and how have they been belied ? Is not peace m ore friendly to national wealth than war ? The change from the one state 4. the other may shock and alarm, but experience in the past should inspire 44 confidence in the
June 15, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
June 15, 1816.

June 15, 1816.

[750 subject for the most brilliant dash of the as the Mbrrting Chronicle called it ; and we might h&ve had no Waterloo Monument. But, I am quite sure, that the real peace and happiness of the country might, at that lime, have been restored, without any serious and lasting injur
June 15, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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June 15, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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misery to your iff your homes, all other distresses. • ' And what would be the Cfise, if unhappily any stirred up by those angry? feelings which boil your breasts, and the inflammatory speeches of these designing men, act* of yiofenae and not? Your lives would bev forfeited. wou
November 9, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
CntmO at iitattonerg’

CntmO at iitattonerg’

at v%.'t . :. 1 :- i. . ; -i bu ' Printed by Hat and Tphncr, No* Newcastle Streep Strand ; Published by Wm. Coßfiavr, dvn. Na. 8, Catharine Street, Strand; and Retailed at No* 192, Strand ; where all 'nicatlons (post paid) addressed to the Editor, are requested to be forwarded* '
November 9, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
523] Letter X. to the the United States or America. [s^4

523] Letter X. to the the United States or America. [s^4

Letter X. the the United States America. ted with horror” upon which ****** *#******♦. this time you, America, will begin to perceive, that you have never before had any thing like a correct notion about parties this country. When you have been reading what are called the DeprUes
April 27, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
their country.

their country.

The numerous hostile, or demi-hostilc, acts our government towards America, and especially the Impressment their seamen on the high seas, no man has ever attempted seriously to
April 27, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
Hertford Convention must not pass with-

Hertford Convention must not pass with-

out particular fiotice. Its object unquestionably was to effect a division of the Union, unless the government gave way *, » to the Federalists. To pretend that it could havfc any other object would be downright hypocrisy. The government, kept steadily on march. It relied public
April 27, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England