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October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
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October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
COALS. —The Sunderland Coal , Company established for the simply of London and its Environs with the best Walls End

COALS. —The Sunderland Coal , Company established for the simply of London and its Environs with the best Walls End

Coals, on the lowest possible terms for ready money, beg to quote their present prices —via.. Best Idetton's, Stewarts, Lambton's, and Caswell's Walls End Coals at 318,—seconds from 28s. 30s. per ton, best Coke 19s. per chaldron: delivered free of expense. Orders addressed to Su
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE SHIPPING INTEREST.

THE SHIPPING INTEREST.

In a few days the Collective Wisdom of the country will assemble, for what in these times is rather facetiously termed the "dispatch" of business. Ministerial circulars are already issuing urging the early attendance in Parliament of all friends of the Government; and eloquent .
January 27, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE TORIES' TO-MORROW.

THE TORIES' TO-MORROW.

It is veiatious enough for the place-sick Party to find all their flattering prognostications proved to be cheat and delusion as fast as they are made. But that the people should join so heartily and so irreverently in the laugh against them- 7 -that all their excellent cries of
January 25, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE LAW ARRANGEMENTS.

THE LAW ARRANGEMENTS.

The Ministerial jobs are for the present completed. All has happened as we anticipated, except that Sir Charles Pepys, being the immediate descendant of the Cottenham branch of his family,' has taken the title of Cottenham, instead of Juniper, which in all probability would have
January 25, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
ORANGE LODGES.

ORANGE LODGES.

The British and Foreign Review, just published, contains several important papers to which we shall have occasion to revert: We may especially designate the "Lord Chancellorship" and the "Corn Laws." It also contains one on the "Orange Lodges," which, limited as our notice must
January 28, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
POOR LAW BILL.

POOR LAW BILL.

We regret to perceive that the shocking case of starvation, to which we felt it our duty to direct some attention on Saturday, has been seized on with avidity by some canting hypocritical pretenders to a pre-eminence of feeling and sentiment. In order to administer to the false
January 26, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
• " My Lords and Gentlemen, It is with great satisfaction that I again meet the great Council Nation assemble.'

• " My Lords and Gentlemen, It is with great satisfaction that I again meet the great Council Nation assemble.'

in Parliament, lam ever anxious to avail myself of your advice and assistat ce, and I rejoice that the present state of public affairs both at home and abroad, is such as to permit you to proceed without delay or interruption to the calm examination of those sneastires which. wi
February 6, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER STAMP DUTY.

NEWSPAPER STAMP DUTY.

A brief report of the proceedings at a public meeting, for the abolition of the Stamp Duty OR newspapers, held yesterday evening at the Hall of Science, New-road, and presided over by Mr. Wakley M.P. for Finsbury, will be found in another column. We notice the proceedings which
February 3, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England