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FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

Cape Fraompisi March 6.-Oa the E2d ViIt.. the di- visica of Lgborn, consising of= several thousand . mcn, effected its disembarkation; * Tbia 4vjmcaiV tion of force tiimnsfed the courage of the "CO'- nists. European merchantdie has corsidetablyiienfl in jraii. Confidence increas
23 April 1803 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
WHIGGISM.

WHIGGISM.

WHUGGtSM. Sip, ;-sI was much disappointed innot seeing in your last, number, a few rem.arks on your sentiments respecting, the principles of wihiggismi which, if your able corre- .pordent, who signs himself a Friend to Freedom had condescended to answer, I am sure he would most s
27 September 1806 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
A MODERATE and temperate Reform in the Abuses of the Constitution is due the people, who being their part just

A MODERATE and temperate Reform in the Abuses of the Constitution is due the people, who being their part just

to the monarchical and aristocratical branches of the Constitution, who commit invasion of the rights, and seek abridgements of the powers cither, are entitled to have their own share in the legislation their country, freed from the unjust usurpations of others, and to possess u
27 May 1809 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
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hold land, the right, or duty, of voting, has, with regard to the counties, been perseveringly confined to the freeholders: the name of freeholder has been kept to the utter destruction of the constitutional principle of sutliage. And, as to the boroughs, which were called upon t
27 May 1809 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

Berne, Feb. 5.-It is certain that Citizen Diesback's journey to Vienna is not on ac- count of any commission frcm government. but, on account of the sums of money todged by the former nobility of Berne, iln tli. bank -of Vienna. 'The Ex-nyoble Freu. -denreich is on his way to Lo
27 February 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 

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SUMMARY OF POLITICS.

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.

StYMMARY OP POLITICS. Under our- Foreign head, there will be fouad several interesting-articles, on which wEM have not, at present, room toxremark. One orl two of the topics must, however, 'arrest our attention. Intelligence from the Hague of the 14tb of December contains some cu
18 December 1802 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
TO MR. CANNING, THE PRESENT TREASURER OF THE NAVY.

TO MR. CANNING, THE PRESENT TREASURER OF THE NAVY.

There is an evil, which I have seen under the sun, as an error which proceedeth fro m the ruler: fobt is set in great dignity, and the wise sit in low place. I have seen servants upon horses, and princes walk- ' ing as servants upon the earth. Surely the serpent will bite without
11 May 1805 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
BLOCKADING SYSTEM.

BLOCKADING SYSTEM.

BLOCKA~PNG SYSTEM. SIR,-I should not, probably, have re- .Tmedthe subject of my former letter, had I not thought it incumbent on me to c Irect the gross misrepresentations of your cor- respondpent T. H; in the Register of tfie 94th of March last, p. 417. He remarks, that I condem
14 April 1804 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
FINANCE RESOLUTIONS.

FINANCE RESOLUTIONS.

FMNANCE RESOLUTIONS, Sin,-I thinuk it ominous of good to the state when talents like your's are applied to the investigation of four finances; but though I admit, and I am sure you will feel it is not conceding, a little, that you are, competent 1o the subject, I cannot help agai
11 August 1804 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

- ' Ya, Jan. 6.-.I'his dfi three Frekiita ships of the >ine'have entexed our port, iteft' the corn- hvand of 'Vic-Admiral Eedou, after a: voyage of lwerity days from Brestf;.each with'a crew-of 36o Men. On boird'this sadrodn, the Polish demi- bnigade will embark, after being rev
29 January 1803 - Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - London, London, England