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fribap. HOUSE OF LORDS.

fribap. HOUSE OF LORDS.

A protracted took place upon the Bill for the effectual prevention of Seditious Meetings. In the title of this Bill there is one great en on, which will probably be amemded in the Committee. I allude to the use of the word scditiotrs. This is quite unnecessary, and only tends to
December 19, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

There wag no motion of an;iicient itv.portance to excite debate. Lad brought up the English Insolvent Debtors' Bill, which was read a first time, and ordered to , be read a second time on the 16th of February next. It was intimated by Lord CASTLEREAGH, that the two Houses of Par
December 19, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
Catholic ,Elticrstion. LETTER I. TO THE EARL OF SHREWSBURY.

Catholic ,Elticrstion. LETTER I. TO THE EARL OF SHREWSBURY.

MY LORD,—I request you to peruse the following fines ; our sentiments, probably, may not, in every instance, accord ; but I trust I shall convince your Lord.. ship, that the state of the English and Irish Catholics not only deserves your attention, but imperiously calls upon you
December 19, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
A. MONSTER IN PARIS.-

A. MONSTER IN PARIS.-

It appears by the Paris Papers that the streets of Paris,. are infested by one or more monsters, who delight in wound - , ing females with a poinard or sharp instrument. The polietr.. -- are on:the alert, but have as yet. been unsuccessful discovering the criminalS. Severalfemal
December 19, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Several'Petitions ,Were presented fiiiiii ; therpost respect able. Booksellers in parts of the kingdom, and other persons, against the Bills now in progress iy-Parlia client for destroying the liberty of the press. Considering the undefined nature of .a libel, the de nunciation
December 26, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
130 X LNG DISAPPOINI'MEIVTS, Eye.

130 X LNG DISAPPOINI'MEIVTS, Eye.

130 X LNG DISAPPOINI'MEIVTS, •The fight between Oliver and Shelton, who are considered the t,,0 best men of the day, was to have taken placeat Cop thorne on Thursday, more than 30 miles from London ; it did not. The fight had been formerly stopped at Byefield, en miles nearer to
December 26, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
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December 5, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
NEW GUNPOWDER PLOT!

NEW GUNPOWDER PLOT!

CoMmunications of a most important nature were 'last at then ice of the Secretary of Slate for the Home Department. It appears, • that in the immedia . e _ vicinity ot Covcitt garrien. aiLti I)rtirp-La4e. a considerable ninither of perso.are (laity MI ñlled ; they are Foy i (104
December 12, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
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December 26, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
SUN DAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1819 of his Royal Highness. Patience under our sufferings is an undoubted virtue, and devoutly to

SUN DAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1819 of his Royal Highness. Patience under our sufferings is an undoubted virtue, and devoutly to

be prayed for; but whether we have any prospect of a happy issue out of all our afflictions under the guidance of the present Administration, is a question which well deserves to.be .considered. The herd of necessitous gentlemen who subsist on places and pensions most disinteres
November 28, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England