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PETITIONS IN FAVOUR OF THE CHARTIST CONVICTS.

PETITIONS IN FAVOUR OF THE CHARTIST CONVICTS.

DEPUTATIONS TO THE MAsRQUIS or NORSIANBY, WrIT PETITIONS TO THE QUEEN ON BEHALF OF FROST, WILLIAMS, AND JONJLS.-Thursday afternoon a deputation of the church- wardens, overseers, members of the board of guardians, and other parochial authorities, together with a number of the in
February 2, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

SOURCE OF DANGER AND CAUSES OF DISAFFECTION. We postpone our remarks on the recent proceedings of Parliament relative to our Foreign Affairs, and also -an article on the infamous sanction given by Govern- mient to the Blockade of Buenos Ayres-to give place to a remarkable speech
February 2, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

I CITY, SATURDAY. FOREIGN AND COLONIAL. Private letters from Trinidad to the 14th of December men- tion a petition, which it is ?? intention of the inhabitants of that island to present to Parliament, respecting the equalization of the sugar duties, and which asserts, that it th
February 2, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORN MARKET-JAN. 31. We baeC had but very fewr arrivals of Grain of any description dur- ing the wveek, owing to th ?? state of the weather lately. Uur trade nenerally has in consequence been in a very inactive state, andvery little progrscs has been made in the sales of Wheat s
February 2, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

.POMltCALTOvics OFr HEWE5L- Confusionamong ?? and their Organs ?? 252 The Marriage and the Jour- nals ?? ib liondon Loyalty-The Fools The Rogues ?? ib Our Foreign Policy-Parlia- ment and the Country- Intelligence of the House -of Commolls ?? 253 .SrSIMARY OF FOREIGN HISTO !Y- Pa
February 16, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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LAW AND JUSTICE.

LAW AND JUSTICE.

^X COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. " TEASDALE AND WIFE V. RABY.-This was an ac'ion of as- Asault.-Mr. Jervis and Mr. Jones were counsel for the plain- fiffs, and Mir. Sergeant Bompas and Mr. Corrie for the defend- -fnt.-It appeared that the plaintiff, Mrs. Teasdale, carried on )business
February 16, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON LOYALTY.

LONDON LOYALTY.

LONDON -LOYALTY. I"Loyalt, in the heart and understantting of an Englishmaan, is a rat.Inal attachment to the guardian of the Laws. Prejudices and passions have sometimes carried it to a criminal length: anrd wlhat- ever foreigners may imagine, we know that Enclishmen have erred
February 16, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

THE ERAW . [LATEST EDITIoN.] 1. -- - _ i - _ , . SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1840. the topic of the week is of course the trial of Minis. ters before the House of Commons; bat this trial is not looked upon by the people with half the interest excited lately by that of FROST and his comra
February 2, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PRIVILEGE versus LAW.

PRIVILEGE versus LAW.

" lcxeepting the cases wherein the House of Commons are a Court of Judicature (to which from the nature of their office, a coeteive power must belong), and exceptin- such contempts as immediately interrupt their proceedings, the Parliament lbave no le-al authority to impr~son an
February 2, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE CHARTIST CONVICTS.

THE CHARTIST CONVICTS.

Yesterday being '!tei dav fixe-d for the execution of the three convicts, Frost, Willians, and' Jones, in the event of the decisioA' of. thejudges being unfavourable, the greatest excite- ment prevailed, not ,only in unmouth, hot throughout tihe country, las to the event, -and:
February 2, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England