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PEDESFRIANISM.

PEDESFRIANISM.

_ Wednesday morning Richard Stanton, a young man, who, it may hc,remembered, a short time ago attempted to run twenty-one miles in three hours, in which he failed by five minutes of the given time, again attempted, a similar task, ;recording to agreement, on the same spot of gro
January 9, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
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January 30, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
LONDON, SUNDAY, JANUARY 30. SINCE the adjournment of Parliament, the party questions respecting Reform and Rebellion in this country, have

LONDON, SUNDAY, JANUARY 30. SINCE the adjournment of Parliament, the party questions respecting Reform and Rebellion in this country, have

gradually sunk into a state of suspended animation; dead, we are sure, they are not; but, like the. frozen snake, which the countryman found, had compassion on it, brought it home, and laid it down on his warm hearth, till,life being requickened, the ungrateful reptile repaid hi
January 30, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
TURF EXTRA.

TURF EXTRA.

The lorig-disputed point of Mr. Dabb's ch.g. Spot, being qualified a Cocktail Hunter, is at length determined favour of the Horse. Spot won at the-Graham :Bunt Meeting at Lichfield, in March, .1819, the Farmer's ,•Cup, given by the Members of the Club for regular not thorough br
January 30, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
Pjarket DeraiD.

Pjarket DeraiD.

CORN EXCHANGE, MARK-LANB• FRIDAY, JA N . 14.—The ' navigation of our r ive : flow completely impeded by the severity of 16. is W I business is almost s us p en d e d i n ou r m arket, 84 there bu possibility working from on ;ship- boar d ; hill t here fore ocer, no occasi o n t
January 16, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
that of England. And by the people, from the Vistula to the Tagus, these promises • were believed. In Prussia,

that of England. And by the people, from the Vistula to the Tagus, these promises • were believed. In Prussia,

and generally throughout Germany, these fair but hollow promises excited an enthusiasm which carried' the allied armies to eke gates .of ,Paris, and even there the language of the great'Powtrs was, that Princes should watch over the welfare of the people without foreign influenc
December 19, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
_,E49arftet iperalD. CORN EXCHANGE, MABK-LANS; 01120 D AY, 17.—The Wheat trade i s dull, a hea ff week's prices barely

_,E49arftet iperalD. CORN EXCHANGE, MABK-LANS; 01120 D AY, 17.—The Wheat trade i s dull, a hea ff week's prices barely

maintained. Ba rle y sale,inceti udre"c particularly for the ordinary sorts, Uut Beano are steady in value. The Oat trade b is dull, Dyers are in expectation of a ffood supPlY.,t, Return Price of Grain onboard ShiP a 59 - -14 4 0 30 46 5 4 4 3 4 9 5 99 0 4 6 3. 3. Ess. & Rent Wh
December 19, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
Zatelmenap. HOUSE OF LORDS.

Zatelmenap. HOUSE OF LORDS.

Mr. ilui.r.octr, from the Treasury, brought up several accounts relating to the produce Of the Revenue, which were laid on the Table.—The House then adjourned.
December 5, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
SIDNEY. THE PROGRESS OF TYRANNY.

SIDNEY. THE PROGRESS OF TYRANNY.

Obsta When the rights and liberties of the subject are invaded—when the laws are suspended—and the military power is brought to supersede the civil, the time is ripe for every lover ot his country to take alarm. It is a mockery aud .a deception, to allege that this is an isolate
December 5, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
.NOTICE TO ,CORRESPONDENTS.

.NOTICE TO ,CORRESPONDENTS.

R. J.'s poetical contribution has been receive cnd admired. The verse is nervous, yet polished, and the satire is keen and cutting; but with all these, deficiat in brevity and interest, it is not fitted for the columni of a ewspaper. :;t c se. It ;s requested that all Literary P
December 12, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England