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77.p u btfiry - Jo./m "itorte,' at. •thr Ootttral °Mae, 344, - Straittl, and may be had at the folloioing

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February 5, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
(From the Dover Telegraph.)

(From the Dover Telegraph.)

"A fresh instance of the contempt for the common respect of mankind, and the ordinary privileges of Englishmen, that marks the progress of the present government, has occurred here. Some miserable defamer, either hired for the purpose Or through natural malignity, sent a stateme
January 30, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
NO. 19. VOL. I. REGISTRATION AND MARRIAGE BILLS.

NO. 19. VOL. I. REGISTRATION AND MARRIAGE BILLS.

In the Commons, Lord John Russell brought forward a Bill for the general Registration of Births, ,Marriages, and Deaths, and likewise a Bill for the purpose of amending the Laws regulating the Marriages of Dissenters. Lord John stated, in 1834, that any bill for the regulation o
February 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

The pressing nature of certain questions connected with our do'rriestic policy ,had, during the two days of Parliamentary business last week, diverted public 'attention altogether from the foreign interests the empire. .The Duke of Wellington and Sit 'Robert Peel both cordially
February 9, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE TORIES.

THE TORIES.

Does any man believe that the people of England have contemplated the choppings and slashings, the scarifica, tions and amputations, so recklessly perpetrated by the empirics during the last session, without universal indignation any disgust? But it would seem that the infatuate
September 19, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
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September 19, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
A GROUP.

A GROUP.

But it is not alone their personal vindictiveness —it is not merely their mortal hate against the powers aud interests which they are sworn to maintain, and eager to betray—that make these Ministers dangerous. They are dependent men. They cannot afford to give up their places; a
February 1, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
RAILROADS,

RAILROADS,

The mischief which is occasioned by the prevalence of stock-jobbing speculations in schemes of pttblic improvement, such as Railways, is not confined to the mere loss which attends the bursting of each individual bubble. Were that all, the public at large would be no more intere
February 18, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

A preliminary meeting was held at the Mansion House on Wednesday for the purpose of making necessary arrangements for calling a public meeting on the subject of electing an equestrian statn,e in honour of the Duke of Wellington. The meeting was most respectably attended. The Rig
September 16, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
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September 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England