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THE QUEEN AND THE MINISTRY.

THE QUEEN AND THE MINISTRY.

I THE QUEEN nD THE MINISTRY. |To bopes of the Tories are laid low, a pr ROBERT PEEL'S unprecedented and unreasonable i _T II have enatire dominion over the Royal House- baa etl5ured his downfall. Our youthful QUEEN a crell wvst became her station and character to Lsch dictation,
May 15, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MEETING TO ADDRESS THE QUEEN.

MEETING TO ADDRESS THE QUEEN.

1:757-WRii*0 ADDRESS THE QUEEN. - RESRESITXTION OF LIVERPOOL. .¢, ., , Melm t zer pool Times of Tuesday.) F ioisgs the' b~lan which were stated by the Tory \\ be likely~ follow the accession of Sir Robert _Zzejgv ?? *aase appointment of our learned Repre- n ovejB SKCsswel1, to th
May 15, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCIII Pi': In the House of Lords, lf St night, severat p!t~itlons weore presented, and the Seditious Soeinties' Act Amend: mnent Biill and other bills wveil f'orwvarded a stagve. Pe- titions presenltedl by the Bishop of IExeter, regarding the Chslurchs Discipliue Bill, and by
May 18, 1839 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

I F PAR- A L T. ?? . . On Monday, the greatest excitement prevailed in the neighbourhood of the House of Lords. The doors were opened considerably before the usual time, and directly afterwards, the gallery and the space below the bar, and that on the steps of the throne allotted
May 18, 1839 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

- . - . I . .. . lPSwicur, May 14.-The day being very infavourablel this market was thinly attended, and the show of corn very limited; but although this was the case, wheat and barley met a reduction in price from Is to 2s per qr. In other articles little or no variation :-whit
May 18, 1839 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

'ITIHE PROG RESS OF POP'ULLARITY. ?? to London first I went, To precbt the (;ospel, toy intnt- Miy ?? thenl dliu aroundi the place, And potple thought moe fill'd w% ith graice I to tbe Fl'bPrOOClI.' ComeO, Andl Iound it erowded, tbrough ity farne; F(-r ?? the pulpit to the d(oot'
May 21, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
TALE.

TALE.

And so thou bee'st goin' up to Lunnun, Jerry,' said old Simon Bladder, the knowing landlord of the Three Compasses, the head inn a an obscure Village, in the wildest part of Sussex. Take care Of thyself, man, for if thy head be not screwed on uncommon tight, I'm dang'd if those
May 18, 1839 - Crim. Con. Gazette - London, London, England
 
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

In acknowledgment of the splendid and brilliant success that attended the publication of the Crim. Con. Gazette, and as some slight appreciation of public favour, the proprietors announced that any person becoming a subscriber to the work, and taking three copies of it, from No.
May 18, 1839 - Crim. Con. Gazette - London, London, England
 
WOMAN'S RIGHTS. Continued from, No.

WOMAN'S RIGHTS. Continued from, No.

First, Husbands should never take their wives whern they can see a bad example, particularly 'in their own sex,' for one woman can by example or conversation, do more to taint the mind of another woman, than almost any number of men, because she would see the object of men, in e
May 18, 1839 - Crim. Con. Gazette - London, London, England
 
POET'S CORNER. TO MR. ROBERT HILLSBORO' WHO LOCKED UP HIS WIFE.

POET'S CORNER. TO MR. ROBERT HILLSBORO' WHO LOCKED UP HIS WIFE.

Vex not thyself, on her, vain man, since all By their own vice or virtue stand or fall. She's truly chaste, and worthy of that name, Who hates the ill, as well as fears the shame: And that vile woman whom restraint keeps in, Though she forbear the act, has done the sin. Spies, l
May 18, 1839 - Crim. Con. Gazette - London, London, England