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« between personal liberty and requisite onsj prisons, and murder? between the BLESSED COMFORTS OF KELI“ GION and the gloomy despair of atheism We will not stop to remark on the impudence of this, or on the contempt which the brazen pamphleteer must hare had for the understandin
March 30, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
391] Lett** VI. to the People «# i*i States oe Ameewa.

391] Lett** VI. to the People «# i*i States oe Ameewa.

391] Lett** VI. the People «# i*i States Ameewa. which exposes theto to designs craft and cunning. rnstapce j of this really disgraceful to human .In-1 tetlect, is, the greediness, *ilh *hich they have began to swallow Geoboe Ros^» bait of saving banks for the poor, he and his so
March 30, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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during the war* that it was necessary a for me to part with part money u in order to save the rcstj and order. to prevent the PrenQh from making nje an atheist Well, says George, and have yon not been saved ? Have not the Church and our religion been preserved I”— u yea,’ says t
March 30, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
town Lymingion, in Hampshire,, were the following words: <( Your petitioners were repeatedly assured by His Majes* ty’s Ministers, that,

town Lymingion, in Hampshire,, were the following words: <( Your petitioners were repeatedly assured by His Majes* ty’s Ministers, that,

on the termination of the war, ending with the Peace of u Paris, the Property Tax should not be renewed; but, in spite of promises, so u often made to the people, that rile and odious tax was again imposed on them, u in their opinion for the base purpose rc-establisl ing a tyran
March 30, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
House or Biu)kswi<jk.

House or Biu)kswi<jk.

House Biu)kswi<jk. [404 ground, expressly slated the reports on which the grants hare been founded. To say nothing, at present, of the folly of this, what do you Americans think of its justice? What should you think of grant* ing the money of the Union to make canals in Connectic
March 30, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
V > .'TtiT

V > .'TtiT

March 23, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
[ill] OF EDINBURGH MEETING.

[ill] OF EDINBURGH MEETING.

COUNiS T P ADINBUIRCH MEETI]NG. PROPERTY TAX. Igeneral mneetin& of the Freeholderss Justices of Peae+ &e, of the county of Edilburgh, cajied by public advertisement, to consider-of petition a ag 'Parliament on the, subject' of the property' tdx, lwas held on Monday," in: the Parl
March 7, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

UNIPERIAL PARLIAMENT HOUSE OF LORDS-MARcoI 1. (Continued from our last Private Correspondepce.) Lord KING's motion, respecting the payment f)F the Austrian loan, was supported by Lord Hoiland and the Marquis of Lansdowne, and op- posed by Earl Bathurst, and, after a short dis- cu
March 7, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

PARE AT ''RANKFIELD FOR SALE, L. aft rejm;edld upslet pre. Cet' an To be SotD hy public roup, in the Exchalige Tavern, Leith, :on Thorsday rhe 18th April, at two o'clock. ha THA1' PLEASANTLY SI 1'AXED PARK, bounded 11hy the property ol John Crokat, Esq. on cle one side, and that
March 28, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

* PAIVATE CORR-ESPONDENCB. London, Feb. 28.: 60ltpast seven, P-s.Mh It is now a. prevailing opinion abroad, that the firm bppom. sition which hassbeezi manifested, both in and out of Parlia- ment, against the continuance of the obnoxious tax on income and property, will induct th
March 2, 1816 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland