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going on in the neighbourhood of Exeter, is taken from an Exeter newspaper of' last week is with much regret we“ learn, that several genteel families are “shortly about to emigrate from this “ neighbourhood to France; among the' rest a Grentiemen, who is a magistrate of the coun
April 13, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
Amu. 13, 1816.

Amu. 13, 1816.

|4<sd -last fur eight tea England would .become quite a different country fronl what ever hat been any former period.' The population would dwindle as well with regard to quality as quantity ; the meant of the country, and, consequently, its power, would decline; Commerce and Na
April 13, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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4s7] LwTim the P*optr orTH* John may think about the matter; though is great importance, that you, the people America, should know how the thing was managed. You will how sec how apt the title of Restriction Bill*’ was. You will now see how eager the Bank was to pay its promissor
April 20, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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April 27, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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Our and wickedly the American government, and sent forth, day after day, j I Extracts from American news-papers very artfully copied the charge against
April 27, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 

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to be fallen into great contempt.

to be fallen into great contempt.

It will be very long before aristocratical fac- tion will again rear its head in America. But, it ought be observed here, that it was not the whole body of Frederalist^, who went to these monstrous lengths. Perhaps not a twentieth part of them. The great mass of men, who passed
April 27, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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Let the land-ownfr remember, that to stimulate the raamifkotarer, the merchant, and the tradesman, to industry*, is the only means of improrlng his rents. In fine, let the idle man be erer forward to assist the industrious with his •purse, when, (k) public credit being re~ stored
April 6, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
Memoirs or Majo* Gimreal Browm.

Memoirs or Majo* Gimreal Browm.

Memoirs Majo* Browm. [448 ' . Boring the winter had meditated and organized plan for the ensuing cam* And Janakiy v lBls v irent to the seat of government for the purpose of conferring with the secretary of war. On his return from Washington, he was on his Way to call upon Genera
April 6, 1816 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRI'II S. TThursday morntin, at ids Lordship)'s house, it] Great Cumn- LI-elauid-street, tile Kight llonourable Lady Bagot, of a soil. Wt ednesday, inl zXtilnhsui-place, tile Lady ol Mlajor-Ge. neral Sir George Ansow, R. C. 13. Al. P. ol a dauglater, still- oil the 3d instalnt,
April 11, 1816 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Tuesday's Post.

Tuesday's Post.

7 '~ta'~dfts lus*s I.O NI)ON, M(NT)NDAY, APRIL. ~1. l'eftin t itt of'or Mltle rtWl~orn; VamA Messrs. illftch- ittsooazid Bruoce c uecthis da*i. lt is plibabfe th:t thle trial inmy lt~ctopy U1ie Mhole week. Th'ii Voilrete `oYAut~iatia whlo was supposed ti lie on) O~leoi " 'ichiii
April 25, 1816 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England