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states—the judicious and vigorous conduct of the Queen's Government in Spain as likely to restore the blessings of internal tranquillity,

states—the judicious and vigorous conduct of the Queen's Government in Spain as likely to restore the blessings of internal tranquillity,

and consolidate the alliance with Great Britain—and the increase of our maritime force, in order to afford . adequate protection to our extended commerce, are the subjects to which the Speech is addressed in the first placO, • and which cannot fail •to excite the warmest interes
February 6, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
LONDON, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3, 1836.

LONDON, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3, 1836.

—These are the sentiments of men who do not wish to halt iri the career of reform. There is, in fact, no disposition in the people of England to go farther than the occision demands. The utility of the monarchy is obvious. Even in America the election of President convulses the
February 3, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
POLITICIAN. PRICE ld.

POLITICIAN. PRICE ld.

Edinburgh. The report of that. speech, published as one of a series of penny pamphlets, is now before us. We have no room for a lengthened quotation. but we extract these words from p. 1 7 of the Report To my certain knowkdge the Whigs of this year are not the Whigs of last ;" n
February 3, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
REMEDIES OF REGISTRATION.

REMEDIES OF REGISTRATION.

The formation of a society in Dublin for promoting the registration of an independent constituency, has given much alarm to the Orange party, whose leaders met on the 22d of January at Mr. Saurin's house, to lay the foundation of a counter association. A circular issued by them
February 3, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE IRISH CHURCIL

THE IRISH CHURCIL

A rumour is pretty generally abroad, that serious differences have arisen among the different sections of the Tories; and that, notwithstanding the emergency of the case. they Cannot be brought to act as a compact confederated phalanx. Whether this report be true 'or false, we k
February 3, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
LONDON, SATURDAY, JAN. 30, 1836.

LONDON, SATURDAY, JAN. 30, 1836.

miles? But this is not all. Whatever foundation ofjustice there may be for charging 6d. on letters carried from Dover to Calais, there is certainly none in charging the same sum for letters from Calais to Dover, with which our Post-office has nothing to do. The French, Authoriti
January 30, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
TIIE BARONETCY.

TIIE BARONETCY.

The Tories were - to have sprung a mine on O'Connell to-night; but they could not keep their • own counsel, and their intention has been for some days the subject of conversation in all the clubs. It seems the honourable and learned member for Dublin, aware how eagerly Raphael c
February 12, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
COMMUTATION OF TITHES.

COMMUTATION OF TITHES.

Lord John Russell—and we are really ashamed to own that the country is in such a state as to render the fact possible—brought forward on Tuesday a Bill for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales. When we say we are ashamed to own this to be the case, it is not because th
February 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
WO. 18. v 01.,. I.

WO. 18. v 01.,. I.

WO. 18. I. The object of this publication is to bring into one view, in a convenient and cheap form, the sentiments of the whole of the LONDON DAILY PRESS. The immense body of information thus brought toge- Ilier, in so simple a form and at so moderate a price, :cannot fail in re
February 13, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
PRICE id.

PRICE id.

Such an Orange reunion, we believe, was never celebrated before!— "Nil fuit unquatn Sic impar sibi." The Tories, however, make a boast of this trimining feast, as if it added strength to their party. But as all its tables, furnished as they were with gttests collected from the f
February 1, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England