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CORN LAWS.

CORN LAWS.

Petitions were presented from Forfar, Banffshire, Preston, and Darlington, against any alteration of the Corn Laws. Adjourned. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14. , Petitions were presented from Caldic ott, Forfar, Ross-shire, of an shire, froopmpfiosftityePdaerscisrhipetsjoinn were presented
February 18, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
Of which he strongly reeiilittiended. In consequence of an informality in the signing, the petition was withdrawn for correction. And

Of which he strongly reeiilittiended. In consequence of an informality in the signing, the petition was withdrawn for correction. And

the Noble Marquis gave notice of a motion founded on both petitions for the Bth of,March. - The Earl of WINCIIILSEA spoke against the Catholic claims, and Lord CLIFDEN supported their interests. Several petitions were presented on the same subj ects. Adjourned.
February 18, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
To Sail earlA in Narch, ".. 4. FOR BATAVIA; SINGAPORE, 'and .0- 4 kb , PNANG, the rematkably ' fine

To Sail earlA in Narch, ".. 4. FOR BATAVIA; SINGAPORE, 'and .0- 4 kb , PNANG, the rematkably ' fine

Teak-built ------ Snow, NIM , ROD, THOMAS HARVIE, Corn-I,ll,ander ; Btulhen e2O Tons. Lying in the West India - ..zport:.Dotk.. • Has superior Accommodation for Patten." • or Passage, apply IO BUCKLES, BAGSTER BUCHANAN', 33, Mark Lane.
February 18, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
CHEAP, SAFE, AND EXPEDITIOUS TRAVELLING. * SWAN WITH TWO NECKS, LAD LANE, 'GENERAL COACH OFFICE. The following ROYAL AILS, leave

CHEAP, SAFE, AND EXPEDITIOUS TRAVELLING. * SWAN WITH TWO NECKS, LAD LANE, 'GENERAL COACH OFFICE. The following ROYAL AILS, leave

the above Office every Evenhig at half-past' Seven. Sundays excepted, at Seven o'clock : • BATH and , EXETER ROYAL MAIL, through Devizes, Melkshain,Wells, Bridgewater, Taunton ' and Collumpton. BIRMINGHAM NEW MAIL (in 13 Hours,) , through Stony Stratford, Daventry, ,and Coventry
February 11, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
, 'NUMBERS .OF THE, ORIENTAL HERALD' OUT OF PRINT. g r Aim following 'Numbeks Of the Oriental _it. Herald' being

, 'NUMBERS .OF THE, ORIENTAL HERALD' OUT OF PRINT. g r Aim following 'Numbeks Of the Oriental _it. Herald' being

out of Print, the Full price will be given Tor any copies of them that may be sent to the Office : of the Printers, No. 3, - Rea Lion Cottrt, Fleet StrAet: NuMbers 13, 14, 15, and Supplement; 25, 26, and 28. SETS OF THE ORIENTAL HERALD' 'COMPLETE. A limited number of Sets of the
February 11, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
This day are published, in Bvo, 9s. boards. MATHEMATICAL an d ASTRONOMI-1712 CAI, TABLES, for the Vie a STUDENTS of

This day are published, in Bvo, 9s. boards. MATHEMATICAL an d ASTRONOMI-1712 CAI, TABLES, for the Vie a STUDENTS of

MATlizuvrics, PRACTICAL ASTRONOMERS, SURVEYORS, ENGINEEns, and ; with an Introduction, containing the Explanation and Use of ,the Tables, illustrated by numerous Problems and Examples. By WI LIAM GALBRAITH, A.M. Teacher of Mathematics in Edinburgh. Printed for OLIVER and BOYD, E
February 11, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
• ' UXBRIDGE.--Corn Inspector's Return', FEB. Wheat, per 10ad;.14/ Os to 17/ 59. Barley per q. 38s Od tO 41s

• ' UXBRIDGE.--Corn Inspector's Return', FEB. Wheat, per 10ad;.14/ Os to 17/ 59. Barley per q. 38s Od tO 41s

Od I Beans ..49s Oa to 6 0 5 0 0 Oats ' ' .12s Od to '4os Odf Pea's ....60s Od to • Rye to --s.
February 25, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
THE CABINET LAWYER, SECOND EDITION, CORRECTED AND ENLARGED, In a closely printed volume, 18mo., 7s. 6d. boards. THE CABINET LAWYER;

THE CABINET LAWYER, SECOND EDITION, CORRECTED AND ENLARGED, In a closely printed volume, 18mo., 7s. 6d. boards. THE CABINET LAWYER;

or, a Popular Digest of the Laws of England; with a Dictionary of Law Terms, Maxims, Acts of Parliament, and Judicial. Antiquities. correct Tables of Taxes and D u ti es , P os t Office Regulations, Rates of Porterage, Turnpike Laws, Corn Laws, Prison Regulations, &c. &e. In thi
February 25, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
he Attorney-General for Ireland. At what period of hii.political life, did he ever sanction concession to Catholics, upen any other

he Attorney-General for Ireland. At what period of hii.political life, did he ever sanction concession to Catholics, upen any other

terms than those contended or by the other great names to which I have referred? gee he not uniformly called out for security? Has he evar ceased to maintain that the Protestant religion aud establishment should be protected? Who, then, will question that these authorities are o
March 11, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England
 
\would be the priee o labour and manufaclureS. In the year 1703, when the taxation of the country was only

\would be the priee o labour and manufaclureS. In the year 1703, when the taxation of the country was only

17,000,0031., and after the termination of the war it was 60,000,0001., it was in vain, he said, to hope that corn could be afforded for less than double the price which it was before the war. He contended that the restrictive policy had made the price in England more steady tha
March 11, 1827 - London Free Press - London, London, England