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CHRIST'S HOSPITAL.

CHRIST'S HOSPITAL.

Children put forth apprentices, of whom were apprenticed to Cap: ains of Ships 133 Buried last year , II - Children now under rare of the Hospital 1065 To be admitted on presentation - 130 ST. BARTHOLOMEW" i 3 HOSPITAL. Patients admitted, cured, and discharged last year. In-Pati
8 April 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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WANT PLACES. ALL LETTERS TO BE POST PAID. A s CooK in a reniar Family, where the her own housekeeper, a steady Person, uf 5° 1 racier. No objection to a small dairy. 131 ! ) ) 0 i i r i e is et u t . :1.. B. at Mr. flogger's, - Grocer, Plualtree S .COOK in a Fatuity, cr Honsekee
8 April 1817 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Addrpss to the Mek or No.nr.cn.

Addrpss to the Mek or No.nr.cn.

the Mek No.nr.cn. Deputies, an extraordinary general meeting of the Hampden Club convoked for Saturday next, to consult uppn a proposed Bill for a Reform in Parliament, which ex* traordinary meeting is to be follow, edv up, the instant, a meeting or convocation of Delegatet from
18 January 1817 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
Januau'y riotous manner, and thaf. nan, whose name is Uarlozo was, selected for his Ci loyalty” he one of 2,000

Januau'y riotous manner, and thaf. nan, whose name is Uarlozo was, selected for his Ci loyalty” he one of 2,000

special constables, who were sworn to assist the troops protecting the city against the pretended violence of the Reformers I* Thus is all over the kingdom. On the side of Reform all is peace and truth ; on the side of Corruption all is chmour, violence and falsehood. But again,
18 January 1817 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
A N»ir Yzar's Gift to Ot» Roi*.

A N»ir Yzar's Gift to Ot» Roi*.

A N»ir Gift Ot» Roi*. «• * 'Mr turn*cgai; turn-coat menu wretch, who changes his principles and language for Aire; and, until Walts* can bring some proof of haring received, or asked for, any thing of any sort from the government, all his trash about change of principles will ava
4 January 1817 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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fitution and violationof the rights “and iibertit* of the people”* you have spared trouble of* con* tending, that have a right to a Reform of some sort. Nor* this small matter, a»eing, that* for years past, all reform has been in another quarter* asserted be wholly «n--vecessary,
22 February 1817 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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k the Representatives lew oil their Constituents, than they always • « ought be; and also deprive the Com•( n»oas for many years after they age, of their franchise ot electing their own it declared avd en«« acted bv the authority aforesaid, That the • ELECTION of mtmbcrt to serve
22 February 1817 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
They should be read by you all, and

They should be read by you all, and

preserved as you would preserve your eye-sight. Read them over and over again; put them by, and then take them out again. How you, my good all the people surprised to find. Reports Com
8 March 1817 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
appearance in the House of Commons, there lay upon'the floor 6f that

appearance in the House of Commons, there lay upon'the floor 6f that

appearance in the House of Commons, there lay upon'the floor that once; if it be not repealed indeed almost immediately, what hope can that it •Ny man of sense entertain, will ever be repealed Can the coun-
8 March 1817 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
yards, from the Bar to the Table, being filled with thU immense heap of Petitions I There had been petitions,

yards, from the Bar to the Table, being filled with thU immense heap of Petitions I There had been petitions,

with several hundrtd thousand names, presented before, and praying for the same thing; and Sir Francis Burdett, when the Bill came down from the Lords, emphatically observed, That Bill is the answer these Petitions observation which History will not forget in recording the occur
8 March 1817 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England