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THE FEMALE speak of with reproach because want aid from the parish ; but, they have feelings sufficient prevent them

THE FEMALE speak of with reproach because want aid from the parish ; but, they have feelings sufficient prevent them

from being the pensionlist. The '* Peep into the Dend' dated 4 July, 1817, should read by you ail. oughfi to be put into the hands of all your children. Every young person should read it. is a very suitable thing for your schools. that Register you will see how are plundered. al
23 October 1819 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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THE FEMALE mischievous purposes.'" Thus, you see, while a prodigious out-cry set up against your presenting a Cap of Liberty to your townsmen, these people publicly present swords, and those who receive them avow their purpose to use them on the carcasses of the people. These men
23 October 1819 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
4L7j LONDON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1819.

4L7j LONDON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1819.

TO THE EARL OF LIVERPOOL. On the present State of the Countru. and on the Measures proposed to be adopted the present time. London, Bth December, MY LORD, Some years ago 1 had the honour to address a pretty long series of letters to Ilis High the Regent and yourself, first besee
11 December 1819 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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of grinding taxation England would render England happier than America without any alteration at all in the form her government or in the Law the Land. that your Lordship and your noble colleague have, far as am concerned, either misunderstood or misrepresented me. You hive proce
11 December 1819 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
T» MR. JAJFEA PAUL CCBBETT.

T» MR. JAJFEA PAUL CCBBETT.

MR. PAUL against the demands its lawful creditors is called restraining it from cfesApayments, and an enormous evil five years' duration, without the smallest prospect of an end, is called transient and temporary. Temporary as it is, be you assured, my dear child, that the term o
4 December 1819 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
PAUL COBBETT.

PAUL COBBETT.

I'iiuted by It, Wn. COBBETT. $?all. Straad, for 299, Strand house, except in cases of sickness, where wine or sugar may deemed necessary, none of the above mentioned articles shall again used. Those cannot be content with simple fare may keep at a distance from my board; whose s
4 December 1819 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
To THE PKINCE RESENT.

To THE PKINCE RESENT.

made the greatest efforts, and achieved the noblest objects, was now reposing in a confident, and, as we fondly hope, a well-founded expectation, of a sound and lasting peace. " In considering, Sir, the state of our finances, and in minutely com. paring our income with our expen
30 October 1819 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
30, 18 i 9 •

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30, 9 • when the paper was gone; then things would be right again. Prices would have fallen nominal amount ; but, the land and houses would have no formerlyfixed annuities to pay, the community would not, after (he change were over, suffer from it. Thus far, and no farther, the h
30 October 1819 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
317] OCTOBER sufficient to enable tliem to set us at defiance for ever. But, they must come to cash-payments, or

317] OCTOBER sufficient to enable tliem to set us at defiance for ever. But, they must come to cash-payments, or

they are never safe for an hour. Therefore, the scheme for cashpayments is their scheme: it is their only scheme: it is the last shot in their locker. And, of all the wild and visionary schemes that ever issued from the heads of weak and obstinate men, this the wildest, this the
30 October 1819 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
TO THE EARL OF LIVERPOOL. LETTER 11. On the Power of Taxation to produce Misery ; and the Speech of

TO THE EARL OF LIVERPOOL. LETTER 11. On the Power of Taxation to produce Misery ; and the Speech of

Mr. Baring relative to the Taxes, the Paper-Money, and the Funds. London, Dec. 14, 1819. MY LORD —The speech of Mr. Baring, as reported in the Morning Chronicle, made me jump out of chair. My tongue and fingers itched for the want of power to give him an. instant answer. This sp
18 December 1819 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England