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THE CORN-LAW AGITATION.

THE CORN-LAW AGITATION.

Hitherto the British Empire has been governed a faction. That faction is now assailed the people, whose long patience is length worn out, with a demand for the resignation of its usurped and exclusive authority, and a full allowance of popular interference in the management of t
October 3, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
London.

London.

TIIURSDAY, OC'TOBER'1 1. P~tIC13 OF S-TOCKiS YES'Vttltlt)AY. Flanlk Stct sh itt Itl i a i-tvltl 0 ~ - S *lis. Three pier Cent. Ied. thori Attn (Jan. t5Ctt) shtat Three'p rCetrt. ?? h7AZ~ )s. New( tilttO),~ 13 1-1IG Dlito fovr Accoolnt~ 8&tji Do .( iOct. tti).1~ ~Iltt 'Three and p
October 3, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Caledonian Mercury.

Caledonian Mercury.

ED INRBURGHI-. PS'A TU1RDAY, OCT'OBXER 3. 'I~he election of Lono) AIAYOR of Lond on ap- pears to be as exciting a topic in the great Mle- tropolis, as that of the Lonsti'llovosT is in Edinl- burgh. Hlaving already more than once ex- pressed our opinion in regardl to thle latter,
October 3, 1840 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MULTUM IN PARVO.

MULTUM IN PARVO.

M:ULTUD.I% PAZVC. Enir Iip-ar ?? the operation let yeeniii ?? o te ron rice, ivill restore his ga ~ i. lcze hntetf s ai t ?? out very satisfae- ti 4 pail ree weillle telveton, ws cnveve I to Chats- 'rl~ tr. t ws prven ?? tt Devonshire, The loS ieo dutbult, ItormptIn ?? Impxiorted
October 2, 1840 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL PFNNY TRIBUTE TO MR. ROWLAND HILL.

LIVERPOOL PFNNY TRIBUTE TO MR. ROWLAND HILL.

S: LUS POPLJ LI S,- u FIDlAY-, 2tl~'~ , 184.f PFNNY TRIBU'E T'1' MAl. ROWLANDM hILL. In ?? of our state"ment Of last weelL, wve hiave tile I been falvoured with -a1 communication, of wvhiovA we sub- join at ?? observing, by way of prtlitce, that (Cttii1 we shall, Is requested by
October 2, 1840 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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REPRESENTATION OF MANCHESTER.

REPRESENTATION OF MANCHESTER.

- | We understand that a great deal of abnse, in certain coteries, has been levelled against the gentlemen who put questions to Mr. Milner Gibson, on his first appear- ance before the Reform Association, concerning the repeal of the corn laws and an extension of the suffrage. It
October 3, 1840 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
" THE NONCONFORMIST."

" THE NONCONFORMIST."

There is no cloud so dark but it may have its w.ow,, promise. Al thlings have their usc-tihgzs liust ?? some and offensive-thiwngs which wle mdst alani',ticv avoid, and must impatiently ?? fulfil en io;. portant mission, and may be made to suibsenye thl interests of man. This ma
October 3, 1840 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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October 3, 1840 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
tt Tarde, ied non sero, Medicina paratur.'* DR. YARNETTS RESTORATIVE TONIC DROPS AND PILLS. Au unfailing remedy for Nervous, Local,

tt Tarde, ied non sero, Medicina paratur.'* DR. YARNETTS RESTORATIVE TONIC DROPS AND PILLS. Au unfailing remedy for Nervous, Local,

and General Debility. This celebrated Physician never, perhaps, exerted his vast talent and experience nsore beneficially far mankind, than in the prescription for the preparation of the above named remedies. It Is incontestable (ket, that every species of Nervous, Local and Gen
October 3, 1840 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Hybrid «Uch form* the link between the end Fttndfboi eery dMfceeotly conrtHnted. TbU only dabble* and wade* aboat the

The Hybrid «Uch form* the link between the end Fttndfboi eery dMfceeotly conrtHnted. TbU only dabble* and wade* aboat the

•hallow*, beaehe* and (boradde* of the great Ddad 8ea the « Fundiag Syitem j” and i« rery easily alarmed, by the slightest appearance of bad weather. A cloud the size of your hat in appearance, if pulf 9t wind comes with will often cans* them to disappear, and stiff gale drires
October 3, 1840 - Northern Liberator - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England