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IRISH POOR LAW.

IRISH POOR LAW.

Sir R. Musgrave's motion for leave to bring in a Bill for the relief of the Poor in Ireland, was agreed to by the House of Commons last night without a division. Although we think the hon. Gentleman would have acted more wisely in postponing this measure, upon hearing the explan
February 11, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
LORD BROUGHAM.

LORD BROUGHAM.

It will be seen by a letter• from Lord Broughzdu to the Lord Provost of Edinburgh, that his LOrdship has declined the invitation to a public dinner, which had receiyed from the citizens of Edinburgh. The letter, however, .both by its tone and .rnanner makes ample amendi" for the
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
POOR LAW BILL.

POOR LAW BILL.

The Morning Chronicle, with its characteristic servility to Ministers, carefully avoids the insertion of any evidence against Whig measures of legislation. At a Coroner's Inquest, reported a few days since, one of the jurymen emphatically condemned the New Poor Law Bill as an ac
January 25, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
PAPISTRY.

PAPISTRY.

If it is proved that the. Roman Catholic Church.is insatiable of power, and ambitious of rank—that that church has an influence to render her deciples ungrateful, disloyal, perfidious, and perjured—then the instruction of the experiment relates backward to confirm the opinion of
January 26, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
NO. VOL. I.

NO. VOL. I.

. The object of publication is to.'bring .intp, one view, in a convenient and cheap form, the sentiment. of the whole of the LONDON DAILY PRES& The immense .body of information.thus brought together,-in so simple a form and at so moderate a price, cannot fail .in rendering the w
February 5, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
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We noticed yesterday Mr. O'Connell's prodigious activity, and to-day our paper teems with additional evidence to the same fact. He arrived at Liverpool from Dublin on Wednesday morning, though our 'paper of yesterday recorded his proceedings at two - public meetings in Dublin on
January 30, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND.

THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND.

The proceedings of the House of Commons lust Friday, with regard to Orange Lodges. and their tendencies, deserve to be considered with more attention than it is at present in our power to bestow upon them, which, however, is of the less consequence, as a future day, the 2.3 d in
February 16, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
GREENWICH.

GREENWICH.

John Kennett, an old dredgerman, was charged on the corn plaint of the overseer of Deal, with refusing to support his wife J. M. Carter, the overseer of Deal, proved the wife being chargeable to the parish of Deal, and his refusal to support her. Defendant—She is no wife of mine
September 19, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
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September 16, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
HANNAY and CO's OPII THA LAI IC OINTM ENT.

HANNAY and CO's OPII THA LAI IC OINTM ENT.

For the effectual cure of all diseases of the Eyelid and specks on the Cornea. Thisinvaluable Ointment has never been known to fail in curing those unpleasant diseases called Sore Eyes, (frequently in twenty days) when every other preparation had been found useless, and the most
September 16, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England