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LETTER IV.-

LETTER IV.-

To trace out and understand the absolute workings, The causes and effec)s, of existing phenomena of human industry, the fortuitous result, like our laws; of • rivet interests under the impulse of mutual ignorance in times of barbarism, constitutes the chief part of what is calle
March 27, 1830 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
SPRING ASSIZES. DERBY.

SPRING ASSIZES. DERBY.

'Richard Webster, labourer, aged 22, was. indicted for stealing a coat--The prisoner pleaded guilty. He was then arraigned on a second indictment for another larceny.—He again pleaded guilty. ' He was arraigned on a third'indictment ; to which he also pleaded guilty, raising his
March 27, 1830 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
1 - the illustriont *lto Mind the throne: Ile moved that the . debate be adjourned to to-morrow. Mr. BROUGHAM

1 - the illustriont *lto Mind the throne: Ile moved that the . debate be adjourned to to-morrow. Mr. BROUGHAM

said, with respect to the adjournment of the' 1 •settlement of the Civil List, looking at the precedents upon the subject, and reasoning upon it, be felt it his duty to recommend! to the House to Settle the Civil List in the new reign, before its IMembers met their constituents.
July 3, 1830 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FRANCE.—The news from France conthres to forebode defeat' and disaster to the King and his Administration. The elections,' as they proceed, are understood to give an increasing majority to the Liberals, even in the proportion of three to one, although thel Electoral Colleges, wh
July 3, 1830 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
!sanetioli. Th;s Ant anplaupt Lag nof, Lowever, been Ilmningled t!with the still smalllvoice of truth. The Times,* and several other

!sanetioli. Th;s Ant anplaupt Lag nof, Lowever, been Ilmningled t!with the still smalllvoice of truth. The Times,* and several other

of :the newspapers and periodical press, whilst admitting much that has been said in his Majesty's praiSe, have not withheld those considerations which prove that he wal but human, and had not escaped the; icorrupting influences of Royalty. The man of letters, the patron ofi the
July 3, 1830 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
THEATRE TOTTENHAM-STREET.

THEATRE TOTTENHAM-STREET.

The romantic drama of "Faustus," is about to be got up here, and we understand that various other novelties are in preparation. A second attempt was made on Thursday by the patent Theatres to hinder the performances at this Theatre, but we are happy to add, hat it fell to the gr
July 3, 1830 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
CO-OPERATION—PUBLIC NOTIC E. THE MEMBERS of the SECOND LONDON, FIRST SOHO, FIRST ST. JAMES'S, and FIRST MIDDLESEX. COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES, are

CO-OPERATION—PUBLIC NOTIC E. THE MEMBERS of the SECOND LONDON, FIRST SOHO, FIRST ST. JAMES'S, and FIRST MIDDLESEX. COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES, are

hereby requested to attend a PUBLIC MEETING of the Four Societies, at the Assembly Room 36. Great CastltH street, Oxford-market. on THURSDAY Evening next, July the Bth, at eight; o'clock, for the purpose of forming the projected First Western Co-operative , Union, and other impo
July 3, 1830 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
TO THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND.

TO THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND.

An account of money borrowed by the aristocracy of the people ! of taxes paid by the people ! of the taxes paid by the people for the corn laws! with the amount paid for the church establishment! maintenance of poor! &c. Taxes paid by the people from 1786 to 1830 .C 202,722,526
July 17, 1830 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
condition would be accepted, he allowed that the obstinacy of the Dey had been very fatal. When the Algerines .

condition would be accepted, he allowed that the obstinacy of the Dey had been very fatal. When the Algerines .

, they say, are at war with the King of France, they must not repeat the evening prayer till they have obtained peace. Ije returned to Algiers. Soon afterwards two of the richest Moors of Algiers were sent by the Day t they did not dissemble that LXtreme terror prevailed among t
July 17, 1830 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

Isaac, alias Ircey Solomons, was placed at the bar. charged with stealing, on the 24th of February, 18 27, 12 pieces of Valentin, of the value of 881., from Daniel Deacon and others. Several witnesses were examined who fully sustained the i n di ctment. The prisoner declined say
July 17, 1830 - Trades' Free Press - London, London, England