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THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT.

THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT.

| 0, Tuesdav evening between three and four thousand per- zon' consistgnir chiefly of the industrial classes, assembled at the ]arge bazaar, Glasgow, to petition for the dismissal of the present Whig Ministry. FMr. Proutifoot in the chair. p Or TuomrtSOw moved that the following
April 5, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GLIMPSES OF PATRIOTISM AMONG CHARTISTS

GLIMPSES OF PATRIOTISM AMONG CHARTISTS

I Among the signs of the times, indicative of the period of political transition in which England now lives and struggles, there is one that seems worthy of more attention than it ap- pears to have received. We allude to certain occasional 'and transient glimpses of patriotism a
April 5, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

OUR FOREIGN POLICY.

HOSTILE COMBINATIONAGAINST ENGLAND. THE PRUSSIAN LEAGUE. We have already recommended to the serious atten- tion of our readers that remarkable pamphlet by an eminent merchant of Newcastle-on-Tyne, on the "' Oi- oin, Progress, and Tendency of the Commercial and Po- litical Confed
April 5, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S POLICE.

YESTERDAY'S POLICE.

| ^ YESTERDAYTS POLICE. AGUTLDHALL.-TtsE OMNIBts NursaNcE.-The driver of > a Paddington omnibus, No. 568, was summoned by the driver of the cab No. 545,.- for wilfully damaging his vehicle. It appeared from the evidence that there was on Fri- day a great throng of different vehic
April 5, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LITERATURE AND ART.

LITERATURE AND ART.

j BENTcEreYS MISCELLANY.- From our periodical literaturo we shall take advantage of the opening of the new month, and givein all its freslness from-we know not how to class them- Bentley, yes Bentley, were there nothing therein, save a legend from Thomas Ingoldsby, le would, by
April 5, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TONE OF PUBLIC FEELING.

TONE OF PUBLIC FEELING.

TO THE FVITOR OF THE ERA. SIR,_Three years ago, when Mr. Urquhart, that clear- sighted and well-informed diplomatist, told the public, in his eloquent addresses, that this nation was fast approaching the time when she would be involved in a ruinous war with most of the powers of
April 5, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

THE METROPOLIS. TUE ISLTNGTON MURDnR.-The inquiry into the death of the late Mr. John Templeman was resumed on Monday before Mr. Wabley, M.P., the coroner, and the jury, at the Barnsbury Castle Tavern, Islington. The prisoners were. brought from the New Prison to the Barnsbury C
April 5, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
REFORM OF THE COURT OF CHANCERY.

REFORM OF THE COURT OF CHANCERY.

Among the burdens which weigh oppressively and injuri- ously on the people of this country, the burden of law is one of the most grievous. The obtainment of justice-the recog- nition of a right-the establishment of legal claims, are only to be accomplished at all expense ruinous
April 12, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TREASON OF LORD PALMERSTON.

TREASON OF LORD PALMERSTON.

4a TO THlE EDITOR OF THE ERA. SIR,-From the flattering majority of nine obtained by ministers in the debate on Sir James Graham's motion, we shall doubtless have to enjoy the benefit of their misrule for a season longer, unless means are taken to avert such a calamity; with this
April 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN POLICY OF GOVERNMENT.

FOREIGN POLICY OF GOVERNMENT.

(From the Glasgow Constitulional.) A meeting of the friends of Mr. Monteith, called by that gentleman, was heli on Saturday at the Black Bull Hall, to the number of three hundred, at which Mr. Monteith stated that his reason for calling them together was to put them in possessio
April 26, 1840 - The Era - London, London, England