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POLITICS.

POLITICS.

THE CAUSE OF THE DISCONTENT. Have the labouring and poorer classes o0 society the reason they imagine they have to be f dissatis- fied with the present system of reprosentation? This'question is invariably answered according to the political predilections or the rolitical indif-
July 7, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AND COLONIAL AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL AFFAIRS.

?? -- d There is no French news this week. The Parisian journals sly occupied with the trial of the insurgents of May, and the debate in the Chamber of Deputies, on the vote asked for by the Minister of Marine for a grant of 16,000,000 francs, to defray the expense of increasing
July 7, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
RADICAL POLICY AT ELECTIONS.

RADICAL POLICY AT ELECTIONS.

- The accounts from Hull confirm the advantages pf the election principle we have for sometime past recomnmended. The union for bringing in a W'hig and a Radical at the next general election, appears to be complete; and the faiull Observer of this week, comwnents on a most encou
July 7, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL POR LAOREN-T. LU hq ~~-HOUSE OF LORDS-MOzNDAY. he fte tse resnttio ,JAMAICA it, lie fterhe~pesenatio Ofpetitions Onl various subjects, al 'li Marquis of NORMANBtY, having pr~enrtr-d to the Iloese copies of all acts of thle Jamaica Legislatitre which had expiredl in Octob
July 7, 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

M A R K E TS. LONDON If% ?? GRAIN R~ed. White. ith. s. B. v.d. a. d. heWiteat;,HEuex, Kent and Sufrolk ?? 68 a 74.. 63 D a 73 O tile -.Norfolk, Lincoli an od ?? a 66..60 0 a 72 0 eet, .- -West Conntry ?? a - do ?? 8 a - the - Northumberland and Benvlckshfre ?? a 62.. 63 0 a 65 3
July 7, 1839 - The Chartist - London, London, England
 
COMMERCE.

COMMERCE.

I I 1 i -Q M ERC; THE FuNlS.-SATURDAY, FOUR IPCLOCK. BRITISH. PrwCe., FOREICiN Price. Consols. . . * . I [e.i . 12 Doe Accouint ; 91, egiararn itl2; 3 per tent.Redliced 921 Duh j per Cent.si 31 New . .. .. DIaujob. . . 74A5 s3 Reduced 9 French 3 per Cent 7. 1 Long Aneuities. . .
July 7, 1839 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
THE FACTORIES' BILL.

THE FACTORIES' BILL.

Antr Methip WfrrAl*. London, Munday, July ?? 109B, In the House of Commons, on Monday evening, the Factories' Regulation Bill, brought in by Mr. Fox MAUIVL, was considered in committee. Although a partial improvement upon the old system may be effected by the alterations Dow pro
July 7, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEA.

MISCELLANEA.

MZSCiW#.LANEA. Wmn. Hunoer, carpenter, ot St,,ot Shields, fell overboard from the Cornuion, tnear Quebec, and was3 drowned. He has left a wife erd family to deplore Ids loss -An arijied vessel isto be placed between TY elitoulib mid Berw ick ipun-Tweed, to prerent tbe depredatio
July 7, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

OJ-R=T1~hL ClULINAL oURT. (Beor Ar. JeSrce LITTLEDAtE.) Jutc Tu ODDST ROBBERY (SEvENTu DAY)._Mr. utc LITuLEDOL on aig his seat on Monday morning, said that pon ,o a urged on behalf of, the prisoners by their the points of !am I were tob itportant to lie decided by one ?? Cle shou
July 7, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
fore, of course, a cruel tyrant? Why are our ships assembling at Malta? Why are our fleets crowding the Mediterranean

fore, of course, a cruel tyrant? Why are our ships assembling at Malta? Why are our fleets crowding the Mediterranean

? Why is the flag of England prostituted to the office of doing the will of a barbarian tyrant upon his more civilised and more powerful vassal? Why? Because Russia would otherwise interfere. Because she would destroy the power which keeps her in check in the south, if we did no
July 7, 1839 - Satirist; or, the Censor of the Times - London, London, England