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t7:79 7 11 V/74';'`: nature (I simply avail myself of Tory admissions on this point) instruments for oppreing the Catholics

t7:79 7 11 V/74';'`: nature (I simply avail myself of Tory admissions on this point) instruments for oppreing the Catholics

of Ireland. But I will not concede to the Tories, that a - transferefiCe,l6". the great body of tbe Irish people, of the powers of he existing Corporations, would en ible the Irish Catholics, in their turn, to oppress their Protestant countrymen. On what grounds, do I refuse to
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
At al agj APR et - wit bout any income at all, the Chancellor of the Exchequer would have no

At al agj APR et - wit bout any income at all, the Chancellor of the Exchequer would have no

right to call upon him for any contribution whatever to the revenue. The varying value of different incomes (on which the Reviewer lays so much stress) might form a very important element in the calculations of an insurance company, or of a speculator cif such can be imagined) a
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
FURTHER PARTICULARS.

FURTHER PARTICULARS.

Sunday morning a considerable bustle, and a very intense excitement prevailed in the immediate neighbourhood of the Burlington Arcade. Immense numbers of persons of all denominations flocked from all parts of the metropolis, as vell as the suburbs. From the lateness of the hour
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
RECIPROCAL TRADINCi CHAMBER, and :MUTUAL ASSISTANCE SOCIETY ; for the benefit of all and the in.jory of none , U

RECIPROCAL TRADINCi CHAMBER, and :MUTUAL ASSISTANCE SOCIETY ; for the benefit of all and the in.jory of none , U

NCONNECTED 'WITH ! . 4A.KES, SECTS, OR PARTIES. The above-nanted Society having been far sone time forming, and which it :s intended to enrol under the Act of Parliament. Those persons who are REALLT desirous of seeing carried out practically the genuine principles of i.xoliang
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
ARESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN is desirous of establishing herself as Companion. Housekeeper, and Attendant to an I.ldarly Lady, or as Governess

ARESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN is desirous of establishing herself as Companion. Housekeeper, and Attendant to an I.ldarly Lady, or as Governess

to a small family ; the former situation would he prof .rred. A comfortable home being her principal object, a small salary only is required. Letters post paid, addressed to R. 8., No. 7, Union-Row, New Keut-Road, will be respectfuily attended ts, and good references given.
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

CARLOW ASSIZES.—MARcn 21. (From the Special Reporter of the Freeman's Jourtrtl.) • Gaos:. PERJURY - CROWN PROSECUTION. Anne Rooaey, a plump country girl, was indicted for wilful and corrupt perjury, contained in voluntary informations, sworn her before NV. Mulofty, Esq., J.P., o
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
AN ABLE PENMAN wishes to engage himself within Five Miles of the Metropolis, as ATTENDANT mAstErt, Twice a week in"

AN ABLE PENMAN wishes to engage himself within Five Miles of the Metropolis, as ATTENDANT mAstErt, Twice a week in"

any Establishment where his services might be required. Spe Omens kengraving and origdial) will be produced. Drawing Taught in all branches. References unexceptionable. Address, post paid, to X. Y. Z., at Mrs. Cricii's Library, Stratford, Essex.
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
Fro of the UNSTAMPED in Northurn_c berland and I.—Subscriptions for indemnifying Messrs BELL, HETHERINGTON. COUSINS, and CLEAVE, for the LOSSES

Fro of the UNSTAMPED in Northurn_c berland and I.—Subscriptions for indemnifying Messrs BELL, HETHERINGTON. COUSINS, and CLEAVE, for the LOSSES

they are sustaining every week by the Robberies committed upon them by the Hirelings of the Whig Government, will be received by Joseph Harris, Bookseller, 23, Sand-hill; Richard Ayre, Bridge End ; John Blakey, Side, Newcastle-on-Tyne; Mr. Laekland, Bookseller, 47, East Holborn,
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC DISCUSSION every Monday Evening at the pATRioTT, con,y.-tious.. Union-street, 81)1Ni-fields Question for next llooday.;Aprit 4 Ca n the Discipline

PUBLIC DISCUSSION every Monday Evening at the pATRioTT, con,y.-tious.. Union-street, 81)1Ni-fields Question for next llooday.;Aprit 4 Ca n the Discipline

of the Army Mid Navy be maiataioed withoul ! ;POxPonat. Post sit MaNT. The Chair to be taken at half-past Eight o'Cloeli.—Admission Free.
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England
 
M R. REEVE begs to return his grateful thanks to those Friends who saved his life by liberating him from

M R. REEVE begs to return his grateful thanks to those Friends who saved his life by liberating him from

that horrible Tothillfields Prison. The amount of the Subscription is as follows—Mr. Cleave 11.—A friead in Bridge-street, Blackfriars, ginal Weekly Times is. 6d.—Mr. Yates 23. 6d.—Mr. Chapman 10s. Od.— Southwark Radical Association 11. Os. %I.—Mr. Hetherington 2s. Cd.—Mr. Stanw
April 2, 1836 - New Weekly True Sun - London, London, England