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NO. 2. VOL. I.

NO. 2. VOL. 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'titer, in so simple a form and at so moderate a price, cannot fail •in rendering the
January 26, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
IRISH PRIESTHOOD.

IRISH PRIESTHOOD.

In their eager desire to raise a cry of No Popery in England, as the, only picklock to the official Paradise they have lost, the Tory leaders have employed their creatures to inveigh with unexampled and unrelented rancour against the Irish Priests. During the last year orators a
January 26, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
LORD BROUGHAM.

LORD BROUGHAM.

It is confidently asserted, in circles professing to be .informed uk,on such subjects, that Ministers have . after all contrived to make their peace with Lord ' 'Brougham, and that notwithstanding the events of the last fortnight, which form what Some persons would Consider a se
January 26, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
WIIIGS, TORIES, AND RADICALS.

WIIIGS, TORIES, AND RADICALS.

"Coming events cast their shadows before them." There is not a question of doubt as to the desperate resolve of the Tories to resume power at any hazard. It behoves Ministers to be on their guard against a faction, Russian in character, though English in name; which now, in the
January 26, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM DINNER.

THE BIRMINGHAM DINNER.

The Tories may judge, from the manner in which Mr, O'Connell has been received in Liverpool, what efect has been produced on the toUntry, by their miserable attempts to stave off reform through the instrumentality of bigotry. Not less than 40,000 persons assembled in front of th
January 30, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
-- ki r iiblished — by Henry John Rose, at the follotoitig . district offices:- 35, Waterloo.place, Lambeth.-4, John-street, Linte:iouse

-- ki r iiblished — by Henry John Rose, at the follotoitig . district offices:- 35, Waterloo.place, Lambeth.-4, John-street, Linte:iouse

Fields.-23,1tosebery Place, n I 11, East-street, Kenningtou.-5, North-street, John's WoOd.*--24, Gloucester Terrace, Vaushall• Bridge-roatl.--4, Earl-street., Black friars.-29, Atinodes. Central Office, 341, Sttan:l.
February 4, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
POLITICIAN.

POLITICIAN.

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 LEADINCI WEEKLY JOURNALS.
February 12, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL STATE OF MAR YLEBONE.

POLITICAL STATE OF MAR YLEBONE.

We lately called upon the electors of Marylebone to shake off the supineness of which the Tories in that.berough had taken secret efficient advantage, by resuming the organization of their electoral committees and preparing for a vigorous struggle. It was then supposed that Mr.
February 9, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
Walt

Walt

PRICE TWO PENCE HALFPENNY. ward to "a glorious resurrection." In these wilful errors, these sad .aberrations of a disordered mind, these miserable dreams and infatuating delusions, like the fool in Horace, they still feel comfort—the land of promise is full in their sight—.idiot
September 19, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
GRAVESEND.

GRAVESEND.

(From the Gravesend Journal). The Royal Thames Yacht Club have appointed Waites's Commercial Hotel . as their club-house, Gravesend. The selection is highly complimentary; but is no more than is due to. the acknowledged accommodation this splendiA establishment affords. The open
September 19, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England