12 NOVEMBER 1831

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Perhaps as evil is limited in its nature, it is

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wisely ordered that there shall at no period be more than a certain quantity of it in operation, lest its resources should be exhausted prematurely, and the Millennium arrive...


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THE past week has presented little that is noticeable. The daily journals teem with facts, but they are all alike small, calculated rather to satisfy the demands of the printer...

There has been no definitive answer yet obtained from the

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King of Holland in reference to the articles of peace offered to his ac- ceptance. The Journal des INbats has given a statement, the sum of which is, that the King will not...

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Constantinople seems to be a fated city. In the short

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space of two years, civil war has watered its streets with blood, a ruthless enemy has beleaguered its gates, conflagration has mouldered its palaces, the pestilence has slain...

supposed it would do) with the first few cases. There

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is, however, even in the medical reports of the later as well as earlier cases, so laudable an obscurity, that it is somewhat difficult to say whether either the one set or the...

It would appear that the disputes at Macao, with the

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Chinese, instead of dying away, are raging with renewed violence. Among the many commissions of inquiry at home and abroad, we think Government would do well to have a Macao...

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THE Useeue CLasses.—We mentioned last week, in terms of strong

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deprecation, an intended meeting, at White Conduit Fields, of a parcel of persons who have chosen to call themselves " the useful classes," but whose only utility seems to...

THE LORD Maxon.—His Lordship was presented on Tuesday to the

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Lord Chancellor; when the Recorder, who has a singular affection for Sir John Key, thought proper, instead of the ordinary form of words used on such occasions, to make rather a...

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Tin: NATIONAL PoiaricAs UNION.—The first meeting of the Union was

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held, in the Crown and Anchor Tavern, on Thursday night. The :511rg-e room was crowded. Sir Francis Burdett, as President, was in the Sir Francis repeated the observations he...

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Wanalcx. MEETINO.—On Tuesday, one of the largest and most re-

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spectable meetings that ever was known in the county, took place in the Market Square of Warwick. There were a great number of gay pro- cessions from the surrounding country ;...

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RIOTS AT lintsroth—Nothing which could possibly alarm the most timid

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has occurred at this ill-fated town since our last publication. The most perfect tranquillity now prevails ; and the only things which keep up the remembrance of the terrible...

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Michael Shields, Thomas Williams, and John Bishop, offered the body

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of a boy for sale to Mr. Partridge, Demonstrator of Anatomy in the King's College ; the appearance of which was so suspicious, that Mr, Partridge, having detained the men on...

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FIRE IN Cow Cam LANE.—A fire broke out in this

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street on Monday, which, we regret, has been attended with loss of life ; three cases are now beyond doubt. Mr. Palmer, the master of St. Sepulchre's Workhouse With- out, in...

Srenerart ACCIDENT.—On Wednesday, at Berwick, while two women were shaking

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a carpet on that part of the ramparts adjoining the flag- staff, the wind blew violently, and the younger being unable to with- stand the hurricane, let go her end of the...

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TrE NEW BANKRUPT COURT.—Mr. Baron Bayley has accepted the situation

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of Chief Judge to the new Bankruptcy Court, upon condition his present salary of 5,500/. a year be continued to him.—Daily Paper. CHARITABLE Connissmen.—Z. Macaulay, Esq. has...

CLOSE OF TUE li.:; , ..wmARKET HOUGHTON MEETING. vrebio, November 5th.

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Matches 100, h. ft. Ii. C.—Sir Galantine received from Big. Greville'? Earwig ; 50, h. ft. first half of Ab. 31.-31r. Dilly's Lioness beat Captain Bullieley'a sister to...

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Tuesday, Nov. 8. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. MAsoN and SAUNDERS, Cambridge Road, Mile End, dyers-DAWES and EDWARDS, Finch Lane, Corubill, ship-agents-MOWER and SMITH ' Oxford...


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WAR-OFFICE, Nov. 11.-27th Regt. of Foot : Capt. W. Maclean to be Major, by purchase, vice Geddes, promoted ; Lieut. W. Sleator to be Capt. by purchase, vice Maclean ; Ensign U....

in next Number of the Spectator (No. 1177, November 19),

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will be published the ANATOMY of the PEERAGE, PART Si:comp, being the roux fis, suti.Lifens, and rExcE view of the subject. Orders from the Country should reach the News Agents...

CoNNELT. IN ins Sax OowN.--Mr. O'Connell's entry into the Court

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of Chancery (Dublin) on the first day of Term occasioned a sensation. The learned gentleman modestly took his seat at the extremity of the *King ' s Counsel bar ; but Mr....


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STOCK EXCILANGE, FR/DAY EVENING. Saturday was a close holyday, and but one price was quoted, 821 to Ks for the Account : there was no quotation of any Stock, foreign or...


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OXFORD. Nov 10. - This day, T. Gamier. Student in Civil Law and Probationary Fellow of All Souls, the Hon. R. Liddell, B.A. H. K. Seymer, S.C.L. T. D. Ackland, B.A. late of...


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The official report from Sunderland this morning states, tha t titer was on Thursday only one death, and no new case. The death was of a female, who had received blows in...


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BIRTHS. On the 4th inst. at Stoke Newington, the Lady of ANDB:BW HENNING, Esq. of a son. On the 11th inst. in Hamilton Place, the Lady of Joux LABOuCHERE, Esq. of a son. On...


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The Janet, Rodgers, from the Clyde to Bombay, put back on the 3rd instant, with toss of false keel, having been an the Black water Bank. Arrived-At Portsmouth, on the Silt, II....

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PUBLIC FUNDS. Sator. Mon. Tues. IWednes. Friday. 813 803 823 t132 883 823 3132 90 893 983 1913 903 16 5.16 Thurs. 31 3 823 33 023 3331 893 903 99 SI 1913 813 8233 33 823...

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CHOLERA. DOCTORS RUSSELL and BARRY are, it seems, about to favour the public with a continuation of their Report and Observations on this absorbing subject. In the meanwhile,...

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WE continue and shall continue our running commentary on Lords: we propose a Variorum Edition of the Peerage in usum Populi. The space occupied last, and to be occupied next...

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THE reason why Methodists and other enthusiastic religionists pro- fess so much abhorrence of the Theatre, is not because it is the Devil's house, but because it is a rivers....


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FOSSARD has returned to Paris—why, who is FOSSARD ? FOSSARD is a hero, who has been some time in exile, as NAPOLEON was at Elba. The social powers combined against him,...

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"Soon after the accession of Charles the Third to the crown of Spain, his subjects were prohibited by a severe edict from wearing flapped hats and long cloaks ; which caused an...


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TRA T v o sr ur .s England, Ireland, and France, in 1828 and 1823. twilson. In a Series of Letters. By a German Prince. 2 Vols I MILITARY ADVENTURES, Rough Sketches of the...

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The False Step and The Sisters divide between them three

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vo- lumes. The first tale is a beautiful specimen of the modern novel : it is hardly possible to imagine any thing more severe in principle, or more flimsy in construction. It...

The Cottager's Friendly Guide is a tract particularly full of

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useful information. It is certainly much indebted to COBBETT ; but it is of little consequence who first put the matter together, provided it be sound, and well and duly...

That Colonel LEACH has a most legitimate claim to the

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title of being an Old Soldier, a mere enumeration of the scenes of his ser- vice would prove. He began his military career in the 'West Indies; he was at the Siege of Copenhagen...

NATIVE HYDROGEN.—During last summer, a bore was put down at

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Johnstone, to the depth of 150 feet, for the purpose of procuring water. The boring was mostly through shale or till. At the depth of 125 feet, or thereby, the workmen heard a...