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UNION.

UNION.

From every part of the kingdom has the shout fo- Reform gone forth. The millions have everywhere declared in favour of the Ministry with an enthusiasm and unanimity which must strike terror into the hearts of the enemies of good government; and which will no doubt exercise a mos
February 1, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE IRISH POOR.

THE IRISH POOR.

We trust that no party feeling, no political predilection, will prevent any class of Englishmen from acting according to the dictates of reason and humanity, upon the information which has lately been afforded them concerning the state of the Irish poor. What need is there to go
February 1, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
Tories have governed Ireland for 100 years; a discovery which, if it be more than simple nonsense, aniounts to a

Tories have governed Ireland for 100 years; a discovery which, if it be more than simple nonsense, aniounts to a

confession that the Tories are the only English interest in Ireland—a confession, doubtless More politic in Tuam, than it will appear in London. There was, of course, the usual abuse of the Times rind Standard, and the story of Rathcormac was brought out as fresh and crisp as ev
January 25, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE WESLEYAN IifETHODISTS.

THE WESLEYAN IifETHODISTS.

There never probably was a period since the Reformation when it was more essential to the welfare, if not the very existence, of the Established Church, that she should collect about her and conciliate all her friends than at the present moment. Yet this, it would seem, is the m
January 28, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY POLITICIAN.

THE DAILY POLITICIAN.

The Ministerial strength is ai Liberals present on Thursday . . 284 Paired off . . . . Absent Speaker, and vacancies (ALL of which are expected to return Reformers . 9 Total number or Ministerial supporters in the Peel parliament . . . 362 Deduct Tory opposition (as above) . 290
February 8, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
VOL. 1. LONDON, SATURDAY, FEB. 20, 1836.

VOL. 1. LONDON, SATURDAY, FEB. 20, 1836.

CORN LAWS. We fully agree with the Standard in the opinion expressed by that journal last evening respecting Dr. Bowring's observation on the Corn Laws, as fol. lows:— "Dr. Bowring observed, last night, that he never heard agricultural distress complained of in any country in wh
February 20, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
CITY OF LONDON.

CITY OF LONDON.

Vessels entered inwards at the Custom House, Sept. 17th. Willey, Harrison, from Hambro--Columbine, Strannack, from ditto—Zephyr, Davy, from Gravelines—George, Compton, from Guernsey—Westminster, Moore, from New York—Fostitia, Moreen, from Christiana—Atlante, Sharp... ley. from G
September 19, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
CONTAINING A SELECTION OF POLITICAL ARTICLES FROM THE WHOLE OF THE LONDON DAILY PRESS. THE MONDAY'S NUMBER HAS A PAGE

CONTAINING A SELECTION OF POLITICAL ARTICLES FROM THE WHOLE OF THE LONDON DAILY PRESS. THE MONDAY'S NUMBER HAS A PAGE

DEVOTED TO SELECTIONS FROM THE LEADING WEEKLY JOURNALS.
February 3, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE LOCAL MAGISTRACY.

THE LOCAL MAGISTRACY.

There is a point of view in which the Municipal. Reform Bill had hardly, while under consideration. in either House of Parliament, provoked So much earnest or continued discussion as perhaps it would well have borne; nor, if wo recollect right, have the anticipations of the prac
January 26, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

• In our paper of Saturday we alluded to the cruelties andacts of injustice which had been perpetrated towards the natives of South Africa by British subjects in Cape colony. A thorough reform in our colonial system, as regards the treatment-of the aborigines in British settleme
January 26, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England