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diminution, althoadi its partial abolition had boon deliberately resolved on by rote of the House of Commons only three days previously:— have betrayed the eonfidenoe of the people, and tamed their sanguine hopes into despair, 1. That, in tnis frightful situation of the country,
11 May 1833 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
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Mr. Smithsov, in snpporting the eterenth qiwetion, said, that the very few whom the franchise was given, whether freeholders or ten pound householders, had to run the risk of being nearly 28 years of age before they could vote under the Septennial Act. wished for three years’ pa
11 August 1832 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
JT' V ■ words in their enlarged acceptations. With respect land, the title to it was originally acquired by brigandism,

JT' V ■ words in their enlarged acceptations. With respect land, the title to it was originally acquired by brigandism,

or (as the more respectable phrase is) by •* conquest.*’ The predecessors of the aristocracy having got possession of it in this way, have, by the aid of priestcraft, and exclusive law-making, been able to transmit it to particular individuals, though in reality it belonged to t
26 January 1833 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
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Iriah National Council, (Ahridftdfnm the IhibtiH Register.) The proceedings »f this Most imported meeting of Irish member* commenced on Frid.r. el the Rojnl ;Hotel, College Green, before which •from esrlj Lonr, large crowd had assembled. The members met in the dfawlng-room of th
26 January 1833 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
PUBLISHED IN DEFIANCE OF “ LAW,” TO TRY THE POWER OF “RIGHT” AGAINST “MIGHT.”

PUBLISHED IN DEFIANCE OF “ LAW,” TO TRY THE POWER OF “RIGHT” AGAINST “MIGHT.”

PUBLISHED IN DEFIANCE OF LAW,” TO TRY THE POWER OF “RIGHT” AGAINST “MIGHT.” Printed «nd Published by H. Hctherin;ton,l3, Kings-ate Street, Holkorn. No. 120.] Saturday, September 21, 1833. THE STAMPED AND THE UNSTAMPED. CALUMNIES OF THE STANDAUD, (fee. Friends, Brethren, and Fello
21 September 1833 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
ADDRESS OF THE OLDHAM POLITICAL

ADDRESS OF THE OLDHAM POLITICAL

ASSOCIATION TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND. Men of Erin ! —The mind of man cannot contemplate nobler or more sublime object, than that of great and intelligent people struggling against oppression. la socb a cue, knowledge becomes the successful opponent ignorance—virtue of vice—hones
20 October 1832 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
THE MONEY-MONGERS AGAIN FLOORED.

THE MONEY-MONGERS AGAIN FLOORED.

The anti-corn law agitators have had one more signal discomfiture. We allude to the meeting held last week at the Corn Exchange, Manchester,' to which " The trades and other petitioners for the repeal of the corn laws" were invited to attend. The trades and petitioners did atten
10 March 1839 - The Operative - London, London, England
 
EXPLOSION IN WHITECHAPEL.—INQUEST ON THE SUFFERERS.

EXPLOSION IN WHITECHAPEL.—INQUEST ON THE SUFFERERS.

EX PLOSION IN WHIl'rCHAPEL,- INQUESr' E - ON THE SUFFERERS. I - -- I. - On Monday night a jury assembled, to inquire into the csrcunstanesa attendant on the deaths of Sannuel Marshall, and Richad Sterne. Young Marshall's body presented a most frightful spectacle, being most dread
10 March 1839 - The Operative - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

: ; ?? 1 L Dtir lalN, Nov. '21.~Lchrib day'MWT O'yoCdell Ttie'nsed1 l" Wteetmng _df tbe ?? of ist. ?? pa-iis tO ?? pree,~i'soi'Siciet9y" "Fl~iiere~thit -Vtsi 'held i'iithe ;laptl ii'i eiy' i-au':;ndtdh-at large 4to cajsacidllisbuilding, galleiies; lihd aislkc'were tlh'ronsged toI
02 December 1838 - The Operative - London, London, England
 
FACTS AND SCRAPS.

FACTS AND SCRAPS.

:FACTS. AND SCRAPS. tlijE AeVICE OP -secia care that thou delight''not ril 'wiine, for Jhere never wa5 ally man that came to bossoaor profern'eimt that loved it for it trralisforineth a juan intot a beast, decayeth beahbt ior'ocetir tbpe hreathi, destrovethl natural jieat_ b sr a
02 December 1838 - The Operative - London, London, England