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• JOHN ROBEHTSON , _No _. 152 . HIGH _STREET , The ' ROMnAIlDMENT of ALGIERS , and other _Poems . — -I _' _rico Sa : _Gil . ' • _- ' . '' . ' . ' •' ' 1 . SPEEdf _delivered by Coi ) Ns ) _-: i . r ; oii ' ' Piin . i _. ips , iit _( lie _Roscom'moil _Assizes , in the _case df CON
1 February 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_FOREIGN _INTELLIGENCE

_FOREIGN _INTELLIGENCE

PAKIS _PAPERS . PAIITR , June IS . —Tlii _; _itisjK _)>;> l ot ' _tlic hitu loan _in _favour o n _fi _. _ir _>; i _; _; i > _i ; onii ' i : _iuy , cuiii' . _nnus i > _pauir 01 ' _t-oiitulorahic irril ; nn n anJ will _proli _. ilily lurin a j _^ _-oiin _. _i of _iinpcnchiiiRiit _
27 June 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRESENT STATE OF PUBLIC FEELING . He believed that _when individuals lost . _the public _confidence , it was , in ninety-nine cases . out of a hundred , _because they had abandoned _the polar star of the Constitution , and shaped _anew course . For himself , he would _always protest against any _wrong he could not _prevent , and claim every right _although he could not recover it . Sir K . _Witson to _the _Electors < ifSoulhwart _:.

PRESENT STATE OF PUBLIC FEELING . He believed that _when individuals lost . _the public _confidence , it was , in ninety-nine cases . out of a hundred , _because they had abandoned _the polar star of the Constitution , and shaped _anew course . For himself , he would _always protest against any _wrong he could not _prevent , and claim every right _although he could not recover it . Sir K . _Witson to _the _Electors < ifSoulhwart _:.

. 1 HEKE are some things p leasing , _iind others , noi doubt , ' _painful'in the ' present state of public feeling . A long course of mal-administration nccessari _. ly producus soreness : but it is not to those causes . which occasion _, the disease lliat we are to _look for a
27 June 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
1 _'unsclfa _debtor to llic Allies , as _lie _doia in _this _instance in llic nanic _of France , the

1 _'unsclfa _debtor to llic Allies , as _lie _doia in _this _instance in llic nanic _of France , the

_Allies being already his _debtors to a _perhaps equivalent amount . It is not _true that _the Citv of Paris _refused to _continue its supplies to tlic Duke of _Wellington ' s _household and his Staft , on tlic _ground oftlie final _settlement _jint _concluded with the A Hies .
27 June 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
It is _asserted in the . Advertisement from the friends of Sir Francis _Burden , that the Committee of Sir

It is _asserted in the . Advertisement from the friends of Sir Francis _Burden , that the Committee of Sir

_Samuel Romilly have coalesced with the Court _Candidate , while , in the Ministerial Papers it is _made a _reproach to tlie . m that they have _loudly and _unequivocally declared that _they have not and will not have the slightest _connection with any other Candidate . Thus on
27 June 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GENEIIAL _ELECTION

GENEIIAL _ELECTION

WliST . MlKSTI _; ll . Thutsdny the High Bailiff , _attended by Ins _Deputy _and Officers , opened _the important _business of ( lie Election for tliat City . The _friends- of the _several _cnnfiidnles _took ( heir _stations on the _hustings ; _tliosc of _Sir Hunt _forming tlic
27 June 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON

LONDON

_Wednesday , Juw 24 . qTY _EL&CTION . _Second _Day . _Wood _. ................... 1047 Tlio ' rp , _.................,, 773 _'Wilson _,.................. B _52 Curtis , _.................... 742 _Waithman , ............ 848 _: Atkins ,................... 493 Third _Day . Wood ,.
27 June 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
sue _. _'di of a few minutes , _and _the nominntion _was seconded by Mr ( ialc _Jones , in

sue _. _'di of a few minutes , _and _the nominntion _was seconded by Mr ( ialc _Jones , in

one of _considerable _lenglli , null _delivered with groat _CHEWMr'HusT stood amidst _the _most tumultuous _cheering _, _and wa _. _till" of _huts amongst the people , and stated _, _( lint nflcr the firgant , _i ]( f _spirited address of his friend Mr G . _Jones , in his _betin
27 June 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Ili _. IHII KLF . _CriONS

Ili _. IHII KLF . _CriONS

_CITY or _DIIIII . IN . —Mr Gr _. _iltnn _has _been canvassing tile _Cili tliree days . —Mr Slinw lins _acliln'si _. _eil _llic lilrcturs . COI'NTY 0 _' _iius—Colnnfr T . _illiot _II . T _. arrived . nnd addrcs _^ the _electors . _Tin" othor _dindi ' _ii . iti _" _,. Mr JIans _H
27 June 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_Mr-Pym , a _name _venerated by Englishmen , .. wiio _lias made _himself _respected in _Parliament by thd _integrity _and

_Mr-Pym , a _name _venerated by Englishmen , .. wiio _lias made _himself _respected in _Parliament by thd _integrity _and

impartii _; - lity-of his _conduct , and _beloved _in his neighbourhood by his _beneficence and . hospitality _/ _but who _lias a large _family to support , lias declared _, that although he has _proved by his canvass , tliat tlie majority of the . Freeholders of Bedfordshire is
27 June 1818 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland