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THE DRA NIA.

THE DRA NIA.

" A true Critic, perusal of a book, is like a dog at a feast, whose thtights and st3inach are wholly upon what guests fling away, and, consequently, is apt to snarl most when there ate the fewest tones.—Swz r. THEATRE. THE GIiEEY-EY'D IiiONSTE R. Ou Moriday week, after urious po
October 23, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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.........4:1a0N10. 0 ..... TO THE EDITOR of THE PUBLIC CAUSE. • Sin, - You complain that you remonstrate to the Prince Regent, but no notice is taken of your expostulations and complaints. show you that a People may be happy under a philosophical absolute Monarch, and miserable u
October 23, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
THE FIRST MnTING OF TFIE GENERA L , OMMITTEE OF THE CATHOLICS IRELAND. SATURIYA - I'-OCT. 19. This day the

THE FIRST MnTING OF TFIE GENERA L , OMMITTEE OF THE CATHOLICS IRELAND. SATURIYA - I'-OCT. 19. This day the

long-6peoted Meeting took place at the The.atre, Fisharnble-street. Nearly three hundred Membus attended from all parts of Irelanai. A few minutes before eleven o'clock, the Earl of Fingalr, presented himself to his approving Countrymen, by a train of Peers, Baronets, and the Re
October 23, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
NUMBER 11.]

NUMBER 11.]

ABRIDGEMENT OF POLITICS. FOREIGN. at SICILY.---The affairs of Sicilybegin length to assume a consistency, or to adopt a Alinisterial phrase, appear in a " tangible shape," anti the curtain is about to be draw previously to 4 s sp to be performed in that distracted and divided co
December 11, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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TO TUC . EDITOR of THE PUBLIC CAUSE. Fac alteri quort tibi vis fieri." • SIR, - - - - "To do unto otbers as we would wish others to do unto us," is a maxim to generally known to require much expatiation. It is, however, a circumstance greatly to be feared and lamented, that tins
December 11, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA.,

THE DRAMA.,

November 13, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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- ^•`!IOSOID• -- Rice Bread,—As the article orbreadis now a serious object in housekeeping, it May be an acceptable piece of information to the public to I , qtrn, that many families have adopted the use of rice in making bread, in the proportion of one-fourth. The rice is previo
November 13, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
LAW* INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF KINGVBENCH, Nor. g.

LAW* INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF KINGVBENCH, Nor. g.

LAW * INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF KINGVBENCH, Nor. g. This being the fast day of Michaelmas Term, the ritual returns as to the state of the different prison-ships were .read, which, in addition to the ordinary statements, noticed various recent attempts on the part of the pri.soner4 t
November 13, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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January 8, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
PITBITC CAESIEI

PITBITC CAESIEI

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January 8, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England