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_LITERATURE . I . _THI _: K 111 N ] _H'IIC ! I 1 11 KVU . W , HO . l . V . WK liavc _again to announce tliu _appearance _ut' _imotlicr number ol that work , wliich has generated more thinking , and _displayed _it _greater variety of genius _, _than any one _publication since _(
June 14, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
We announce to tlic _public that we have learned _from _unloiibtcil _authority , tliat die _Committee of _the Union Canal

We announce to tlic _public that we have learned _from _unloiibtcil _authority , tliat die _Committee of _the Union Canal

r _. ive nircatly _forwarded to London , Subscription Papers to a _• oiisidcrably larger _• _eum than necessary to exhibit to _Parliament , that is , upwards _of four-fifths of tlic estimate , and tlicy are confident tluit the residue will very speedily be _subscribed , _lyhich
June 14, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
. , , ; _PI _ST-SEDITION . ' ' _Iaw , _tcing intended for _universal _ifcteplion , _ouglit to _be 3 plain rule of action _. . _'""•"» . , _' . . ... Blacltslmu _:,

. , , ; _PI _ST-SEDITION . ' ' _Iaw , _tcing intended for _universal _ifcteplion , _ouglit to _be 3 plain rule of action _. . _'""•"» . , _' . . ... Blacltslmu _:,

_. Ins not easy to _believe that _' any one person can exist at tlic _present crisK , ' so . entirely callous to his rights and _interests as a _portion of _the _public , as not to be roused to reflection by the very sound of ' the term "Sedition . _"—The crime now indicated in
June 21, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_We _have _said already , _and it cannot be too often _repented , that it _is not enough to _constitutc'lHc

_We _have _said already , _and it cannot be too often _repented , that it _is not enough to _constitutc'lHc

_crime of 5 cdition , that what was written or spoken really led to _disturbance , or _excited dislike to _the Government . The _intention to produce llicsc _consequences must . _be unambiguously apparent , _since llic _effects _themselves might arise from _acts _done with tlic
June 21, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
. _IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT . _HOUSE OF LORDS .

. _IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT . _HOUSE OF LORDS .

_Tliurstlvif , _June 12 . ' _REPORT OF _Till' ; _COMMITTEE OF _SECRECY . _fi'KTIIEIlSUSFKNSIOS _Ol'TilE UAH 1 : AS (; 0 ] 11 _' U . S . The Earl of HAHIIOWIIY _presented . 1 _Report from tlic _Committee of . _Secrecy , _' which was road bvthe Reading Clerk _sit tile _Table . Til
June 21, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS

HOUSE OF COMMONS

_Wi'dneaduu , _June 11 _. • Tlic Lord Mayor , in In ' s official _rolics , was introduced by Mr Pon sonby and Mr Calvcrt , and took tlie oaths and his scat ; PERSONS . IN CONl _' _- _lNKMENT . Lord FOLKESTONE , _adverting to his motion on _Thursday last , _oliscr . ved , thut _t
June 21, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TRIALS FOR HIGH TREASON

TRIALS FOR HIGH TREASON

TRIAL OF JAMES WATSON . . _FIIIST _DAY _. — _. _MONDAY , JUNK 9 . _We _have already given the _Indictment , and ( lie early _proceeding" _; on _this trial . Tlic _Attorney-General ' s _speech _wiis _merely an _echo tu the Indictment . r . ); _Ncr ron _. _THE _CIIOWN . _THOMAS _S
June 21, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON . _WEDNESDAY , June _is . Tlic _ATTOiiNEx-GENEnAi . hils , we understand , abandoned any _further _prosecution of

LONDON . _WEDNESDAY , June _is . Tlic _ATTOiiNEx-GENEnAi . hils , we understand , abandoned any _further _prosecution of

Mr _WOOI-EII , and _that this _gentleninn will _be liberated forthwith . Mr _WOOI _. EII lias , however , been _imprisoned _above three months , without _the verdict of any _Jury- _*—without the oath of any accuser , but _simply upon tlic allegation of the _ArTOHNE't-GENEiiAi _.
June 21, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
o f _the House , he dirt _believe , on tlio _best _intbrniation , that the _general state of _relaxation

o f _the House , he dirt _believe , on tlio _best _intbrniation , that the _general state of _relaxation

of morals _, of _disobedience to _the laws _, _and mal _. adniinistration of Iheia _, was _owing , _lie would not say to _the non-concc'iAion of the Catliolic Claims , _but tOithc _uniiTiositics _kept up by _one narty wishing to oppress and _keep down the other . The llielit _Ho
June 21, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DISTURBANCES IN _YORKSHIRE

DISTURBANCES IN _YORKSHIRE

( From a second _edition ot ' tliu _Leeds _Mercury . ) _The highly important _fact _lias _been _communicated _to _us from a _respectable quarter , iliat till ! plot referred to in the _above statcmeni has _been got up _under the _instigation" of an agent from _London . _anil _tl
June 21, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland