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REVIEW OF THE WEEK

REVIEW OF THE WEEK

THIS week presents us with nothing new. The distress of the manufacturing districts still continues to occupy the columns of the press, and many benevolent men are actively engaged in providing the only remedies which they seem to understand—pecuniary subscriptions. These, howev
October 30, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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October 30, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
13,600 parish houses tithes. 1681 condui 1695 6th W printed 1698 of the parishe house. 1701 childre the sat] general

13,600 parish houses tithes. 1681 condui 1695 6th W printed 1698 of the parishe house. 1701 childre the sat] general

- 1747 rate.pati s h e 1754 rishes 2,4431. the oh contim volunt The be as fi
October 30, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
THE peor their wret lent cormr into their sufferings from dist such relie violence o and their turbulent the preset

THE peor their wret lent cormr into their sufferings from dist such relie violence o and their turbulent the preset

and destit gles of po evil.
October 30, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
TRADE REPORT.

TRADE REPORT.

The following are the averages of grain, as made up to Saturday last :- 1 Wheat. Barley.; Oats. Rye. i Beans. J Pens s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. S. d. Imperial Weekly Average 63 6 31 5 21 9 35 0 37 11 39 7 Aggregate Average of the sixl weeks which 162 10 34 5 22 2 37 4 41 8 41
October 30, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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October 9, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
"St providi visited thougt the firE the Ea "Bt. must 1 since t colony, exercis with ti our di profital

"St providi visited thougt the firE the Ea "Bt. must 1 since t colony, exercis with ti our di profital

" Th selves i did not was int
October 23, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
" GRORGE GIPPS.°

" GRORGE GIPPS.°

HOW CAN EUROPE DISARM? (From La Phalange . of Paris.) During the last three centuries an immense progress has b e e n i made in the Arts and Sciences , but instead of this pro gress tending towards a new organization of society, it has chiefly l e d t o improvements and inventio
October 23, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
built churches in former days did not intend the poor to pay; they !addled their property with a perpetual burden

built churches in former days did not intend the poor to pay; they !addled their property with a perpetual burden

to preserve to them religious advantages free of expense. (Applause.) If, then, they wished to build for the poor, they must provide endowments without reference to pewrents. He would recommend that the grant they might obtain from the funds of the society now contemplated shoul
October 23, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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The of man' consolati santly wins, dr, permits fiuence, exquisiti inspires enthusiE her all -I no tong attractic " It i deprivel pe r ins nc u i b dull, st( it petrif after th , " its influ earth a by love l e v n i kin thf d a l i loving. where gener( are sti "A
October 23, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England