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_ To the MIDDLING RANKS in 14e jlll.ll. (31615: GENTLEMEN ce ' s r teo be rs c .on .

_ To the MIDDLING RANKS in 14e jlll.ll. (31615: GENTLEMEN ce ' s r teo be rs c .on .

y.onir - - tittenc t ob R a e r;i r v e e s i e l n , woo, ta --....- -- ti, es, or so il l'i, e , p r p i r: Ai i i bv4releid.c you prepared e t:h tpi e rne liberties nt enjoyed n b: g e e o n i l:ii ee e I 1 d a:t a : p l:i s i I: c i p 7 t r 1 01 . 1 ac e I Y ce r 1 t ° : i t
December 12, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
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Inc .11101000 U must either exert sionrl,', r bmit, su a to you by ye "P for the 010 1 P e e Y ed and 1 o object the press t sbackle9, ts effe' ; ' • Iblic affairs ? if Mc s nor offend 'our pridet i , f• • orthy. 0 the pre t irefathers--temain gliie t your • it, to consol ess wi
December 12, 1819 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
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(' /b/ 4.1( ) • k). tricturc.o ON TRH "" PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS. Crl i s ,, A tt .. - h ' " 1 oh s'instnY gloomy reflections which the situas:lNt C r affairs continually excite in every 4 -144 tris rea : I believe, wounds deeper than the Iregitr`itit'no that the Legislature of
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
THE PERSECUTION OF THE JEWS. [Frain a New York Paper.]

THE PERSECUTION OF THE JEWS. [Frain a New York Paper.]

TO THE EDITOR. Sut—As an humble tenant of a frail world, I regard the persecution of the Jews in Germany among the most astonishing and disgusting events of modern tunes. I lid hoped that the age of gloomy superstition had passed away, and that in these enlightened days we shoul
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
TIIE SURREY.

TIIE SURREY.

This theatre re-commenced 'di season on Monday ; theperformances commenced with a burletta calkd Pridits do great Thingt. The plot of this stsken frein, one of the ordinary events so found ia corn. moo life, where a fortune hunter is. driven . fram his pursuit, and where a fair
January 2, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
SCOTS PAPERS.

SCOTS PAPERS.

Aberdeen Jonrnal, Aberdeen Chronicle, Air Advertiser, Air Courier. _ _ . Dumfries Journal, Dumfries Courier. EdinLuirgh Caledonian Mercury, Edinburgh Evening Courant, Edinkirgh Advertiser, Edinburgh Gazette, Ellin- . burgh Weekly Journal, Edinburgh, Weekly Chronicle, Edinburgh S
January 9, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
To the EDITOR if THE POLITICAL OBSERVER:

To the EDITOR if THE POLITICAL OBSERVER:

To the EDITOR THE POLITICAL OBSERVER: SIR, It may perhaps be an amusement to your Holiday' Readers to have a " Descripti.on of the Curiosities in the Cabinet." Ist. Picture of on Interior, representing a large Chamber in the Treasury. In the centre a Man with a dejected look, and
January 9, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
ATANSION:HOVSF:.

ATANSION:HOVSF:.

rORCERY ON Tilt OF SIR JOIIN PERRINO A-ED Co.—Tl•mrsday James Hamilton, a young man more - than lg years of • age, charged with - having forged aeheek for 631. in the name of " his late employer, Mr. Harding, purporting to be drawa oathe . bank of 3ir John Perring and Co. The pr
January 9, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
EQUESTRIANISM.

EQUESTRIANISM.

Two matches took place on the Ashford-road on Tuesday. The first was a bet made by a Mr. Alexander, to trot his chesnut mare, and to ride himself, 15 miles in an hour; for 100 gs. Mr. A. rides more than 12 stone, and time was backed free 4 at 6 and 7to 4. The mile Was done in si
January 9, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England
 
FIRES.

FIRES.

Ah ottt 415r u lia lf - Past one o'clock on Sunday morning last, an POr n t g et . k e broke out on the premises of Messrs. Thomas u and . t 'nuerchants Thames-street, which rapidly comm ho ' uses iu the occupation of Mr. Mathews, Mr. Field, tallow-chandler, Mr. Field, drugt4, 1
January 30, 1820 - Political Observer - London, London, England