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January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
My extensive trespass On your pages, in the Words of a noble statesman, who has said:—" Politicians in their official

My extensive trespass On your pages, in the Words of a noble statesman, who has said:—" Politicians in their official

capacities, say and do things with impunity and sometimes with approbation, which as private gentlemen, would render them . iniamouS. There is no doubt a different version of the Decalogue, ex-, presslyfor the use and guidance of public means." To the above admirable letter of t
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
SOUTH AMERICA.

SOUTH AMERICA.

de The following is an extract of a letter from St. Jago Chili, dated the 3d of August :—" Lord Cochrane is expected to sail in September. One thousand troops are to beembarked, who will act upon the coast of Peru, if not a little farther to the northward. Rockets are preparing
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
WEATHER IN THE..NOg77I.

WEATHER IN THE..NOg77I.

The frost was unconunonly severe for three days last , Peek. At Glasgow,uhout eight o'clock on Thursday night, a thaw commenced, and during Friday and Saturday it rained incessantly. The streams and rivers in the country were thesehy swollen, and swept down every thing that came
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
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......-",,,,,,-...............................................................--- - i i : 0 he might get the full value, 12d. for her sill' ? Gloggow Chronicle. A

few dais ago, a man walk in g along the - f th e Tay, &scovered in the river, near 1 11 "" th Amond, a large cask, which appeared to contain ot thing of value. Elated wi W his (rood fortune, a " t o dountin th g that e cask was titled with genuine d Os ew,•he proceedtd to examin
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
FROM THE IRISH PAPERS.

FROM THE IRISH PAPERS.

FROM THE IRISH te r, : e l ; hl,p.to p t - h e o r . IRELAND.• Ho T u i s le t, I)7:I3LINt 1; ' l(a)fstTacTicEoul3llolso%K,eSiElaLvLeErrßoSn') ,hat _ a 1 . Commons was left debaitji ..r'Lltott)k)ps Bill, and the London Journals inforto u§ I "'' t beir ( l ) e d rs of that metropo
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
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January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF GOLD AND 01, Portugal Gold,in Coin - -4; ls 6d Pet Foreign Gold, in Bars - - 01

PRICES OF GOLD AND 01, Portugal Gold,in Coin - -4; ls 6d Pet Foreign Gold, in Bars - - 01

Os Oa New Doubloons New Dollars Silver in Bars,Standard - - - 01 5s New Louis, each
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
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li r . ! l P 3 ) tV!I r 4 AL CHARACTER OF TILE No. I. By SIDNEY. the last nuinberof THE POLITICAL OBSERVER, Itt:01111Ced th a t I considered it adviseabl s, e to : gi o vea of so me o f t h e ,principal Euhthc : g r „lsh Newspapers, arid that t Notr . id coin; Ob Uc as a Paper th
January 9, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
IRISH PAPERS:

IRISH PAPERS:

Athlone Belfast News Letter, Belfast Commercial Chronicle. Cork Mercantile Chronicle, Cork Advertiser, Cork In . . telligencer, Connaught Journal, Clare Journal, Clowned Herald, Clonmel Advertiser. . . Dublin Evening Post, Dublin Freeman's Journal, Dublin Sounder's News Leiter,
January 9, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England