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CONTRAST OF TIMES,

CONTRAST OF TIMES,

VeYear 1785, Mechanic and Labourer family' smiling' with content. Wages per Week. Mechanic . . . 25 0 Labourer . . . . Price of Provisions. The Year IRI 1. Mechanic awl Labourer rnisciable„ his family and in rags. Beef, Mutton, &c per lb 0 41 Butter .• . • o Cheese Candles . . .
December 25, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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November 20, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
The Hon. Patrick Barneweli, for a like offence.- The Richard Barnewall, The Hpu. Jos'eph Barnewall, for the sumo. Phillip Whitfield

The Hon. Patrick Barneweli, for a like offence.- The Richard Barnewall, The Hpu. Jos'eph Barnewall, for the sumo. Phillip Whitfield

Harvey, Esq. Proprietor of rlie I:fee:nail's Journal, for publishing the Caholie prweedings on the ISt of August. Thomas Townsend, • Esq Barrister nt Law, . . r'roprietor of the Correspottdent, for publishing he same procetdings. THE WARRANT AND INDICTMENTS. --- " 4 . 7 0" - • W
November 20, 1811 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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We have received Papers down to Saturday last. The Petition of the Protestants in favour of Catholic Emancipation continues, it is statedoo be signed by all the respectable and pa- , triotic Gentlemen of that persuasion in Dublin. An attempt was made at a met-ling of the Board O
January 22, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
they 1)e- St. f the ;ively own 'ever, , Daly by .al of much Mg a teci to in- ipers

they 1)e- St. f the ;ively own 'ever, , Daly by .al of much Mg a teci to in- ipers

be- Ire. crea- topic us of' of U the !nsd en- itate, and to befla ntain :e of Ocw mice
January 22, 1812 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
M it I.ll° )ROUGII-STR ELT.

M it I.ll° )ROUGII-STR ELT.

M it )ROUGII-STR ELT. Ronnr.R . v.—Jchn Mahoney IV:13 rolthiog Cha;-lez I;•ikvet, St. Clile7's. This ooc of the en:ra , 7eott , ahif h are nightty ia about , his neie,hhourtionl on tlic•harged.raaarl awl n:b:•)c kscp a of a:tai.el Woman pi l up t:,e : orec;. Ile knew the prosecic
September 6, 1815 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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October 11, 1815 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
HIS I',IAJEST I'S SPEECH..

HIS I',IAJEST I'S SPEECH..

HIS I' , IAJEST I'S SPEECH.. GENTLEMEN.—.Wheti last year. I.assembledthe two Chambe:3 Cur Inc first time, Loongratulated myself upon having, by an hunourable Tneaty, restored peace to France. hhe' to taste the fruits of it ; all the sources of public iposperity were re-opening, w
October 11, 1815 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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November 22, 1815 - Public Cause - London, London, England
 
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CORN EXCHANGE, Nov. I. There have. been no arrivals Of Wheat of any conscquenee since Monday, and there is no variation in price. Barleys continue in brisk demand at Monday's prices.—Pease and Beans of each Lind are also full as dear on that day, and more saleable.—Ordinary Oats
November 22, 1815 - Public Cause - London, London, England