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A IIIYRD: DUE. ARRIVED. DUE America 2 0 Holland 0 0 Brazil 1 0 Jamaica 0 0 . n Ayres

A IIIYRD: DUE. ARRIVED. DUE America 2 0 Holland 0 0 Brazil 1 0 Jamaica 0 0 . n Ayres

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March 27, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
the other members of the community. There is, however, this to be observed, that this is one of the bless

the other members of the community. There is, however, this to be observed, that this is one of the bless

7 logs consequent upon their emancipation, as before they were never known to exercise any regular trade. As to the bug-hear of the descendants of the money changers whom Christ drove out of the temple, it shall be noticed when I come to speak of them as the descendants of those
March 23, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

DUBLIN MARCH 20.—1 have already informed you that the M arquis of Ormonde, as lieutenant of the county of Kilkenny, had convened the.. deputy-lieutenants and magistrates to consider the state of the county. The meeting took place yesterday, when the following resolutions were un
March 23, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIA.MEN'I

IMPERIAL PARLIA.MEN'I

, HOUSE OF COMMONS, FEB, 20. ' R , l _ l . person from the office of the Lord Warden of the 'latinaries presented certain papers relating to he said „_ee.—Laid on the table and ordered to be priit ted. h 4vlr. Sheriff' HOMPHERY obtained leave to bri g in a for the erection of a
February 21, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
LONDON, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21, 1833.

LONDON, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21, 1833.

her from the atrocious attempts of the present government.—( Hear.) He was surprised at the observations which had fallen from the hon. baronet (Sir F. Burdett), for they had evinced his total ignorance of the punh:hments which could be inflicted, even as the law now stood in Ir
February 21, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
THE REFORM MINISTRY.

THE REFORM MINISTRY.

EARL GRRY.—Of Sir Charles Grey, raised for his military services to the Peerage ' the present Earl Grey was the eldest son. He was born at the family seat, Faßowden, March 13, 1764.—(The Noble and i illustrious Earl s therefore, at present, near the close of the 69th year of his
February 21, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
secede from this Union ; and equally mortified at the undignified vituperation and reproach in which the President has been

secede from this Union ; and equally mortified at the undignified vituperation and reproach in which the President has been

pleased to indulge against the acts of this State. That the whole State Right and Free Trade party of Charleston will volunteer en masse to the Governor in support of the rights of the State, &c. Resolved—That although we have felt it to be a. sacred duty to manifest these deter
February 21, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
CONTEMPORARY PRESS.

CONTEMPORARY PRESS.

(FROM THE. TIMES.) It is fair to give the argument of Ministers favour of courts-martial in preference to au \ other tribunal ; we therefore will condense a few sentences what we understand to be ti:( Ministerial justification :-- The reason for having courts-martial tol judge t
February 21, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
which had been received within the last three months that the condition of the slave was in no one respect

which had been received within the last three months that the condition of the slave was in no one respect

better than it was forty years ago. His belief was that it was very much worse, and that there was more severity and more flogging practised than ever, because the masters were afraid of losing their power. He expressed his confidence in the government being about to propose mea
May 3, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
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May 3, 1833 - True Sun - London, London, England