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[Prite Irf. out the * surplus population’ if they like”—that is say, starve whom aud when they please? Read the

[Prite Irf. out the * surplus population’ if they like”—that is say, starve whom aud when they please? Read the

following from our last number, and say whether the substance of it not fully borne out by the letter of our Leicester correspondent— As society is now constituted, the man of poverty is completely at the merej of tlie man of "property No matter what bis merits or talents, must
02 November 1833 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
Nick a worker of miracles as well as a Despot.

Nick a worker of miracles as well as a Despot.

The Emperor Nick lately delivered speech to the Council of Administration of Warsaw, assembled at Modlio, in which he said, *' Gentlemen, you must persevere in your course, and as to myself, as long as I live I will oppose a will of iron to the progress of liberal opinions. The
30 November 1833 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We regret with a " Mechanic' that the subject of Universal Suffrage has not been taken up by the Trades' Unions, but have lit- tle doubt they will soon see the necessityof it, to protect them in the details of their operations. A few events, like that of Dorohe
29 March 1834 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
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FOR THE PEOPLE. PUBLISHED IN DEFIANCE OF LAW.” TO THY OF RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT.” ** TAXATION WITHOUT BBPREStNTATION TYRANNY, AND OUGHT No. 84.] PERSECUTION AND IMPRISONMENT OF Mr. HETHEUINGTON. Editor s Remarks on the iniquitous spirit and administration of the Newspaper Stamp Laws
12 January 1833 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
The O'Connell Tribute,

The O'Connell Tribute,

The Trish newspapers contain a long list of subscriptions raised for Mr. O’Connell, from which it appears that the annual for last year amounts to £12,244,4*. £d. The Limerick says, the next year’s collection commences immediately, from which the splendid services is continuing
12 January 1833 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

1 have hitherto abstained from publicly noticing the numerous presents of worthy friends; but they have latterly increased in number that, without formally particularizing, general acknowledgment becomes necessary. The friendly spirit evinced towards me by my friends, ns well by
14 January 1832 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC NEWS, INTELLIGENCE, OR OCCURRENCES." Ireland and the Whig*- I think I hear little bird that sings, The People by-and'by

PUBLIC NEWS, INTELLIGENCE, OR OCCURRENCES." Ireland and the Whig*- I think I hear little bird that sings, The People by-and'by

will be the stronger. , .i .* Byron. The die is cast—and Ministers most now stand its In the hope of obtaining an acknowledgment of our right to equal justice with England and Scotland, the Irish people did not press the consideration of any distracting topic since the Reform Bi
30 June 1832 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
Duties on Tea.

Duties on Tea.

A till is now passing through Parliament, which will affect the arrangements of every tea-table in the country. It is entitled, A Bill to provide for the Collection and Management of the ” The first two clauses simply provide that tea shall be imported only from places eastward
24 August 1833 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
Mysterious Case.

Mysterious Case.

All Inquest was held on Monday night, at the Ship, Milbauk, on the body of Eli*a Youthead, fine girl, aged 14, who was found in the Thames, near Miiliank on Monaay morning. Mrs. Lamb, of 23, Little Carter'lane, Doctors’ Commons, said the deceased was her sister. Site lived with
24 August 1833 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
state of starvation and clothed rags (hear.) How could those people respect the government that had reduced them to such

state of starvation and clothed rags (hear.) How could those people respect the government that had reduced them to such

a state would read them what Locke the favourite author of (he Whigs K«i( said concerning people so situated. Mr. Cleave then read the following from very useful work, just published by Mr. Carpenter, called the Political Text Book, Whenever the legislators endeavour to reduce t
09 March 1833 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England