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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1812. •

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1812. •

are destined to contend; and in whose neighbourhood it is daily becoming more and more dangerous to dream of security, or unbend in repose. This is an imperious. state of things, the contemplation of which ought Co make us look at home. 111 doing this, those . Who are satisfied
January 1, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
This Day is published, in one large Volume, avo. Price LLUSTRATIONS of the FOUR GOSPELS, founded on circumstances peculiar to

This Day is published, in one large Volume, avo. Price LLUSTRATIONS of the FOUR GOSPELS, founded on circumstances peculiar to

-our Lord and the Evangelists. By JOHN JONES. Printed for Longman; Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Browit, Paternoster-row. "We take it for granted that the attention of the theological world will be strongly excited by this elaborate ,and original performance; to the author of which all
January 1, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
earrefiputattia,

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sessing a power of arbitrary taxation, can take away that property at their pleasure.' tith. That the Oligarchy, which, by usurping a great majority of the. seats in the House of Commons, arc become masters of all property, and can take it away at their pleasure, are, by the same
August 12, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
TUE CIIRISTLIV CORRESPONDENT.

TUE CIIRISTLIV CORRESPONDENT.

THANKS OF METHODISTS Ti) EARL STANHOPE. At a Meeting of the ,General Committee of the Societiei founded ,by the late, Rev. JOHN WEiLKY, held 31st July,. 1812; lir. ADAM CLARKE in the Chair; R6olvecl, That. the most respectful 'thanks of this Committee be presented to the Right H
August 12, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
(CHANGE OF ADMINISTRATION.

(CHANGE OF ADMINISTRATION.

Mr. Baouoiroit observed, that in moving for the Paper which he now wished Should be laid on the table of the , House, he did not ap,prehend,that his motion would meet .with any objections similar to .those which had been urged in resistance to the miduction of those 'accounts fo
May 27, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
TOLERATION.

TOLERATION.

The House resolvei itself into a Committee on the Toleration Bill. The Loa n CHANcct.t.olt objected to the chose granting exemptions to preachers and teachers exercislic any other profession or occupation, conten&n.;, that complete justice was done to the principle of the Bill b
July 29, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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this day, necessary to point out the mischievous and disgraceful effects of this unconstitutional and disloyal invasion of the tights of both King and People; if, after all the votes by which the worst sort of tyranny and corruption have been sanctioned; by which Ministers have
July 29, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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NOitTIIAMPTON, JUI.Y 25, 1812. MR. COMFIELD Boards and Educates Thirty Youn g Gentlemen in the Classics; the requisite Commercial Qualifications ; the Sciences, _ and the Arts of 1a tor which latter purpose, a number of Scientific and Mechauical Operations . , in appropriate roo
July 29, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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September 23, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England
 
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Some let . cers svere gesterday delivered, received by the ship which has arrivedfron . Bilboa, and , we conclude, that there is no foundation for the report that Santos= has fallen into the hands . of the Allies. It is, from the peninsular sitUa tion, almost impregnable,' and n
September 23, 1812 - Dissenter - London, London, England