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. • •THE-LIBERTtOtr."ThE PRESS. a Numerous 'and Respectable Meeting of the Fit IFNDS to the L 1 BERTY of the PRESS, .hehl at . the Cit*AV NT , • AND ANCHOR TAVERN, in the Stradd,'•ori Monday. the td htsth , t, to take into consider.• ation theiciatra of Mr, HENKY Wll ITE to Pui/
December 18, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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ABRIU

So u Chiefs uf iaccas h ciati ug a( mesa of tl affected Si pOse to pr dispositioi gress, will able and of the illt forget tht etwoutiter deuce, no hand to t' ling tl to growth an matt ; the asst the critict them to su counts ha :that are ei *which ot.t, Advocate Friends o Govern
December 18, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
FARTHER PROSECUT. N OF THE DELEGATES.

FARTHER PROSECUT. N OF THE DELEGATES.

COURT OF KING'S BENCH, SATURDAY, Not. 23. The King at the Prosecution of 'lliadlesion, V. Messrs. Kirwan, Burke, auti The Attorney General ploveti to timt,h the Indictments against the Defeiniants, far Fiber: y to. send up new of Indietnaent to the (italic' Jury, oft the ground
November 27, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
• . ---..; ler that they assembw diutir calaisteu to the niserate the ondole with ose groans the whole iig

• . ---..; ler that they assembw diutir calaisteu to the niserate the ondole with ose groans the whole iig

for their .t exertions iereed w exelai int have ye . romised is r whom do it who else es we Li promised aries; the ized ; the .tekedness, )11; all is tranquil wilt oar coatiids tall its the chigittioll i 41ty, with !loyal rve, that than the .ertvise be 101.3111 cm, mg up of al h
January 1, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
TM? ,PLITTC, CAUSE',

TM? ,PLITTC, CAUSE',

a manner as I hope that no resistance will be ()tiered, and that I need not tease recourse to those means with which I ant entrusted for the enupoeri of obliging the arleettre to _ Lora Finea/.—lt is not our ipteettion to db any thing i-asS.nerer, or-to- act in resistance:ars th
January 1, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
tioif of: ar'e.4 ture indee CIO WI :ty of deritv mind •it Py it it ciatit had. I tO re

tioif of: ar'e.4 ture indee CIO WI :ty of deritv mind •it Py it it ciatit had. I tO re

Vizi! .genc A Ja we r tit lot ti lit of
January 1, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE REGENT.

TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE REGENT.

-40 - "Title and Ancestry render a good man more illustrious, "but an ill one more contemptible. Vice is infamous, "though in a Prince, and Vittue honourable, though in "a Peasant."
January 15, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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a s( having s vere lait hundred principl! 'tit the Teig os , s+)tiects, " under t at the a
January 15, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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January 15, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
TILE kilnlC CAUSE.

TILE kilnlC CAUSE.

ing over the provinces. of Andalusia and Catalonia, to which is 'IOW added the imporlant City and Province of Valencia, with all it appendages, of power, influence, and resource s! --This is the picture and these the facts which - speak the overwhelming strength of the enemy, an
February 5, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England