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MR. JACOB'S SECOND REPORT.

MR. JACOB'S SECOND REPORT.

Mr. Jacob’* second Hcport on agriculture and coin of some of the ContknU.l States of Europe, collected in jour-1 nev through thoae States in the autumn 1827, w»s diatri. ted Wednesday. Mr. Jacob paeard through Uolterdam and Amsterdam; the provirct* of Ulrecln, Gueldera, Frieslan
26 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORN LAWS.

CORN LAWS.

On tbe motion by Mr. Charles Grant that the Speaker should leave tbe Chair, and tbe House reaolvc itself iulo a Committee oo the Coro Laws Acts, Mr. FORTMAN said, that he considered the present propositions which bad come from his Majesty’s Government, as worse tbau those which
26 April 1828 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
see lh* impossibility such friuciple* fixed pennooeot duly were imposed, periods scarcity, the poor would exposed lo suft'eriußS and miseries,

see lh* impossibility such friuciple* fixed pennooeot duly were imposed, periods scarcity, the poor would exposed lo suft'eriußS and miseries,

the iortidiou of which »»o protection on the part the home coro could ever justify. For the then, which the grower foregoes when corn is high, by the admission of foreign grain, he receives compel)*a tion hy the imposition of high rate of duties when corn at a low price. He rece
26 April 1828 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
eunroofirtt he h»s doubted their episcopal chamcter is mi'lerstood iti a theological ih« Ke▼iewer, he trusts, will compassionate his iti

eunroofirtt he h»s doubted their episcopal chamcter is mi'lerstood iti a theological ih« Ke▼iewer, he trusts, will compassionate his iti

voluntary Nr«ptirisin, unless hederounstrstos that his Majesty is also th« source front which au episcopal character is derived. question is put by one the Commissioners to Doctor . regarding his inward and unpublished opinions, i which would appear revolting the advocates of th
26 April 1828 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIA.

RUSSIA.

Letters from St. Petersburg to the sth iost. state that the exchange had advaced 10J, being within an eighth of what it was previously the issuing of the isle manifesto against Tutkey. This advance clearly shews there is not much slsrm among the merchants respecting the effect w
26 April 1828 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DEBT.

THE DEBT.

Ob the sth of January last, tha unredeemed debt amounted to 832,197,1381. On the let of February, 1815, itwae only 792,254.0321., and therefore in an interval of thirteen yean of profound peace, and under the operation of the wonder-working Sinking Fund, it entreated within a tm
26 April 1828 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
portion these dribblinge—for inch trifling quantity deserved such an epithet—was ordered to be sold out by the foreign merchants even

portion these dribblinge—for inch trifling quantity deserved such an epithet—was ordered to be sold out by the foreign merchants even

at a loss, as it would not pay for the rent the warehouses. was plain, then, that the duty of 2»>. id., when corn was from 58s. to 595., amounted nearly to prohibition duty. The freest and roost open market on the Continent was that of Rotterdam. It received the corn of Germany
26 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRUEL TREATMENT OF A CHILD.

CRUEL TREATMENT OF A CHILD.

CRUEL TREATMENT A CHILD. At York, on Wednesday evening last, in consequence of some private information obtained, relative the treatment of a female child, (five years of age,) of one Edward Ray, in i'etergate, by Us father and step-mother, a constable proceeded to the dwelling-h
26 April 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COLONEL B RULING OVER RUM

COLONEL B RULING OVER RUM

* Colonel B was a man of amiable manners, and well-informed mind. Beinj? much employed public business, which called him from place to place, ardent spiiit was often set before him with invitation to drink. At first look social glass for civility's sake. But length was fo m♦•d,
26 April 1828 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
CP IRELAND.

CP IRELAND.

IRELAND. lint the OIIPXAXCK SURA herein i."' n.l LOUTH, tin; ; to the County LOt I * l ■ . ~ 90 it necessary ,vhtch. to ao.l -wnlatuli within that the Botn-hri.' Hi. „ . that >« “ss j • j, , inte- To effect this objeo., »»> stance resleJ. are ik»w «atl.e-l, • and er the ]5-»nid.
26 April 1828 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland