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October 30, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
DISTRESS OF THE WORKING CLASSES.

DISTRESS OF THE WORKING CLASSES.

LEEDS.—A body of working people in Leeds, who call themselves the Unemployed Operative Enumeration Committee, have been making a scrutiny into the state of the town, and have just finished their labours; the result of which they are about to lay before a general meeting of the i
October 30, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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October 30, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
All Communications for THE LONDON PHALANX should be sent to the Publishing Office, 3 A, Catherine-street, Strand.

All Communications for THE LONDON PHALANX should be sent to the Publishing Office, 3 A, Catherine-street, Strand.

REVIEW OF THE WEEK . . 433 PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS 434 Foreign News . . . 435 Alarming Facts. . . • 437 State of Trade . . . 440 Miscellaneous . . . . 440 . . . . 440 REVOLUTIONARY CONSERVATISM 441 Necessity of a Positive Policy. 443 A CRITICAL INTRODUCTION TO SCIRNCE . . 443
October 9, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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CO L ONI Z AT I 0 N At Home and Abroad. unlawful interference. Ile said he would not allow any influence his family might possess to be used in his favour—that he would not thank any friend who would attempt to exercise it—and that he absolved those who might conceive themselves
October 9, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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October 9, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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October 9, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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October 23, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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MANIFESTO OF THE REGENT TO THE PEOPLE OF SPAIN. Spaniards !—The horrid crime which has been just perpetrated by certain generals and chiefs, at the head of a small portion of the garrison whom they seduced, is one of those events the wickedness of which is as indescribable as it
October 23, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY LIVING PHENOMENA.

EXTRAORDINARY LIVING PHENOMENA.

Letter from the Earl Shrewsbury to Ambrose Phillips, Esq., descriptive of the Estatica Caldaro, and the Addolorata of Capriana. Dolman. 1841. Authentic Accounts of Dominica Lazzari the Addolorata, and Maria Von Mort the _Ecstatica,now living in the Tyrol. Translated from the Ger
October 23, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England