We owe an apology to our non-political readers this week.
We have sacrificed nearly every thing to the great topic of the day, the Debates in Parliament. Next week they will have less of novelty, and less of interest; and our condensing powers may be more fittingly applied to them. Our pages will then present their usual variety.
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