ye:tient of the People politically and socially," and purporting to have lain written in Warwi"> ye:tient of the People politically and socially," and purporting to have lain written in Warwi" />
26 SEPTEMBER 1840, Page 13


THE " PlIF011 Thoughts" of LovErr and Cor.Eris are more cre- ditable and more likely to do good than the book so called com- posed by a noted cl:niefd delinquent. A little book has just been published, entitled " Chartism ; a new Organization of the People, embraci:og a pion far the Educotion and linpr: >ye:tient of the People politically and socially," and purporting to have lain written in Warwick.. Gaol, by " Wn.r.uot Lovrrr, cabinet-maker, and JonN Corrt Ns, tool-maker." It is on manv accomits at valuable pub- lication. The genc,,a turn of thoug,ht, and the works quoted in the foot-notes, show the influences under which the iotellects of the more reflecting and better portion of 11.e unenfr:mchised classes are strugglimg to develop and streneola. •' •oe-elves : the book is theretbre valuable as a guide to the a• creeds of the operatives. The plan proposed •, e I as a whole,

and neatly and higenionsly worked oLt :As : it therefore deserves a trial at the hands of the (.'; : The :within s pro- pose the finamation of a society to be a: !a aztaieral board, the members of which shall be clecte.: county con- taining .500 members of the Associati.:n, ea!

containing double that number or more.

ciation are to be—the croction of public had:- .

out the kingdom, to be used during the 11 high school s, and of an evening, for put 11c loo ..1 and

cussions, musical entertainments, dancing.. 21:

ratienal reorentions: to establish normol ach

towns or di.oriet.= as be found necesiatery ; tata a, a • t uraI and Indust-ilia schools f•-ca the education ood iofant

• children ot the A FS‘wiatt,)11: to establi.di u a . consist-

ing of from at Imielrod to t o hundred volta:,. libraries to van! as much as possibk from each oth,]. tion tcom one town or village in the dis;r:, t . the :.:e mean'S for a. the working 111:.:t to a very • C.- s:itutien of'

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(;.t. tracts and appoint missionaries for

views of the .-1s:---ciation and to (1,:-.a.s,•

raising the neeess:Iry finds. We a -

classes are in a condition to considerable extent. Mr. C07■1111:6 3lanat,t II Ilkal■Schohl book amorg ou.r - the country. In _Manchester, the are founded upon views and nr:pciplos in " Chartism." The experiment of

has been saiecessfally tried in Cu

a Workitio,--Man's .ssociation carritol • a

winters the locturing part of the , ' have eya been prepmirg r.• ::.

useful working- out the Tho cation en 1 imnrovement " t-f draw]] H -ay. tilt dat tan o-f :

' thore !I or the el.e:s to

who tht-ir prer.•• •• • -; • • l•••••••••• to enalalc tla, :• be to the wo..-kin,:-.".•-•-•.›

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aa. an I Ca. a!, will : "••••: