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of high example, to despise both the Constitution and Christianity ? The inference is too obvious and too fearful to

of high example, to despise both the Constitution and Christianity ? The inference is too obvious and too fearful to

be dwelt upon. Your Lordships lam sure, after considering these questions, will never think of passing this Act, under any, circumstances, if there is a shadow of doubt either about its Christian, or its constitutional validity. But the suggestion is altogether futile. Your Lord
September 24, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
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making arrangements for calling out a military force in proportion to the population ; but this must be in a great degree merely nominal, there being no doubt that the cities of Messina, Syracuse, Trapani, and Catania, and the adjacent districts continued to be opposed to Palerm
September 24, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
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CHANItION. man they bad been engaged by some of the diabolical crew whose machinations have been so happily dis Covered. The people in Cato-street were utterly ignorant that the stable was let until Wednesday, when several persons were seen to go in and out, and carefully to lock
February 27, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
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. IS LIKE TIM AIR WE BREATHS, Flame Tooke. -WE DIE Pric3 10d. sympathies of the citizen. They who were armed as the oppressors have become the liberators of their fellow countrymen ; and 'the tyranny of the throne bath been shaken by the very hands that were employed to fix upon
March 26, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
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of the troops;" while Freyre talks of the garrison of Cadiz having given testimonies of their loyalty to the King ;—the ardour" and loyalty" of those sanguinary ....ruffians ! The regiment of Lealtad and the Guides had, by his orders, been removed. An important- part of the Gene
April 9, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
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rable or enifOrm pOlish there ; for compression is the essential object; and few of our readers are, perhaps, aware of the labour it costs us, after having toiled through the Close-prinled columns of the newspapers of five successive days, to bring within the necessary compass,
June 4, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
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SURREY TIIEATRE. To-morrow, MONDAY, J.tine. ,the sth, and Tuesday', 6th, EDDA_ ; or, the.HERMITof WARKWORTH. Alter wlpch, the favourite Comic Burletta of. HUMPHREY LINKt R. To conclude with VALENTINE & ORSON. Wednes claYiZhe FATE of .CALAs with Is HE JEAL O US; and VALENTINE & OR
June 4, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
law that forbids me to deny, at least, the spirit and inuendo of your Lordship's position. I deny altogether that

law that forbids me to deny, at least, the spirit and inuendo of your Lordship's position. I deny altogether that

the duty of your station in that tribunal over which you were presiding was like that of others who surrounded you—merely that of an individual juror. If so, why were you placed on the seat of presidency ?—why do the forms of this legislatorio-judicial tribunal assign to your of
November 5, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
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nisters."? That was perfectly true ; and who caused that, public feeling which did infinite credit to the nation ? (" Liverpool and Castlereagh.") He agreed in that opinion also ; and he thought more blame was - due to the House of Peers, who were assembled to find an individual
September 3, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.-TUESDAY, FEB. 8

BANKRUPTS.-TUESDAY, FEB. 8

J. Balme, Gomersal, Yorkshire, woolstapler. Solicitor, Mr. Evans, Hatton-garden. R. Blease, Altrincham, Cheshire, flour-dealer. Solicitors, Messrs. Wright and Cole, Temple. J. Shuttleworth and T. Stephens, Torkington, Cheshire, dealers. Solicitors, Messrs. Wiglesworth and Crossl
February 12, 1820 - Champion (London) - London, London, England