25 DECEMBER 1830, Page 9

The charge of Baron VAUGHAN, which was given from the

ma- nuscript of the Judge, in the Times and Herald of Tuesday, is to be printed in a separate form, for 'general circulation. It is a plain, sensible production, not remarkable for novelty of any kind. We hope it may do good ; but we hardly think the eeallyilistressed part Of the community will be much comforted by being told that they may go to law'or petition Parliament. The former of these counter-irritant remedies, every one agrees in believing tO:lie,worse than any-disease which it pretends' to cure ; and the latter--;a Man might as well rub his back with cold water.