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revenue of 52,000 purses, with which, according to their opinion, the Government ought to content itself. You may rely implicitly

revenue of 52,000 purses, with which, according to their opinion, the Government ought to content itself. You may rely implicitly

upon these statements; and, alas! I could find even worse to tell, if I would, of the people employed by the Sublime Porte. It is, however, my fixed rule never to overpraise the good, and, from mere feelings of humanity, only to paint the bad in as feeble colours as may be. CAND
July 3, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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July 3, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON PHALANX.

THE LONDON PHALANX.

and complete; while philosophers, who have no such power, can never make us like their schemes in opposition to our nature. On the other hand, we are sure to err in misery by submitting to the arbitrary laws of human reason, which are not attractive to our innate feelings: for p
July 3, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1841. ebtorp of (Mirk's lonia. All Communications for THE LONDON PHALANX should be sent to the Publishing Office, 3 A, Catherine-street, Strand. REVIEW OF THE WEEK . . 257 LoR D JOHN RUSSELL TO THE ELEC.

WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1841. ebtorp of (Mirk's lonia. All Communications for THE LONDON PHALANX should be sent to the Publishing Office, 3 A, Catherine-street, Strand. REVIEW OF THE WEEK . . 257 LoR D JOHN RUSSELL TO THE ELEC.

WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1841. ebtorp of lonia. All Communications for LONDON PHALANX should be sent to the Publishing Office, 3 A, Catherine-street, Strand. REVIEW OF WEEK . . 257 LoR D RUSSELL TO THE ELEC. TORS OF THE CITY OF LONDON 258 SPIRIT OF TILE PUBLIC PRESS. 258 RO
July 24, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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solved that they would not take legal proceedings upon any of the acceptances of Geymuller discounted by them, but that they would give a reasonable time to the indorsers to take them up. They likewise resolved to advance as far as 5,000,000 florins on railroad securities. (The
July 24, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
• THE LONDON PHALANX.

• THE LONDON PHALANX.

pleasure. This will constitute a scale of twenty-four degrees in that general principle of human activity which is commonly called the soul. On the strictest examination it will be found that these immortal or indestructible principles of life and activity have a complete set of
July 24, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE. THE PROGRESS OF SOCIETY WESTWARD, AND THE NUMERICAL LAWS WHICH REGULATE IT. LETTER V.

CORRESPONDENCE. THE PROGRESS OF SOCIETY WESTWARD, AND THE NUMERICAL LAWS WHICH REGULATE IT. LETTER V.

MR. EDITOR,—In my last letter I made an application of the numerical laws of Providence, or the prophetic numbers, to the time of the Reformation; and showed, by calculation, the precise year of its virtual commencement, in the person of Luther, in 1520. Afraid of oppressing the
July 24, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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October 16, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
MARTIN LUTHER.

MARTIN LUTHER.

(Extracts from D'Aubigni's History the Reformation. Part IL) DESCRIPTION OF LUTHER'S PERSON BY ONE OF HIS CONTEMPORARIES. "Martin Luther is of middle height, and so thin, by reason of intense study, that one may almost count his bones. He is in the prime of his age, and bas a cl
October 16, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

To the Editor of the London Phalanx. Sir, —Dreading the horrible end of some of my unhappy countrymen, who, in this country, died silently though starvation, I beg leave to solicit your favour of making known to the Christian public that I am in extreme want of food, clothing, a
June 19, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England