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TEK COMPLETE WORKS, which originally cost £3, for TENPENCE. This day is published Part 1. of THE ROMANCIST, and NOVELIST'S TLIBRARY. This Work, published in Weekly Numbers at TWOPENCE each, and printed on an extra large newspaper sheet, will comprise, in succession, the best Work
02 December 1838 - The Operative - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL CONSTABLES.

SPECIAL CONSTABLES.

By an Act of Parliament which received the Royal assent on the 13th ult., it is provided, that, upon any credible person making oath that tumult is apprehended, two or more justices may appoint, by precept, so many householders, or other persons, they shall think proper for the
12 November 1831 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
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“TUEIR BILL OF EIGHTS,” and expressing their opinions as would unavoidably provoke, on their part, physical opposition and resistance, and thus occasion considerable disturbanc —if not loss of life, —the “COMMUTER OF IHE NATIONAL UNION have, taking all these circumstances into c
12 November 1831 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
Fritmit, Countrymtn, mud FtUote- Lahomren, With pletsare and of prida, hasten to respond to your cnll on "our fellow-workmen in

Fritmit, Countrymtn, mud FtUote- Lahomren, With pletsare and of prida, hasten to respond to your cnll on "our fellow-workmen in

Great Britain and Ireland, join in the formation of •* onion sen timent and action, the {rent cause of justice for all.” have long been convinced of the utter imposibility of the humble and despised operative ever efl’ecting any material alleviation of the Kun'eriags which have
12 November 1831 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
[Price Id. portanee of demanding specific pledges from the candidates, unless they are willing to be deluded and cheated out

[Price Id. portanee of demanding specific pledges from the candidates, unless they are willing to be deluded and cheated out

of the legitimate result of parliamentary reform, namely, good and cheap government. What more convincing proof can the electors require of an intention on the part of the candidate, make tools of them, than this their repugnance to take specific pledges ? It is absurd to expect
21 July 1832 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
[Price !</• a model ate compensation, proportioned to their screral claims, and to the proceeds of public property already specified.

[Price !</• a model ate compensation, proportioned to their screral claims, and to the proceeds of public property already specified.

Of the two plans, we infinitely prefer Cobbett’s. Without denying that Attwood’s scheme would yield temporary relief, or pretending to say that that of his opponent would be productive of all the advantages he anticipates from it, we must pronounce Gobbett’s plan to be, beyond a
15 September 1832 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
Poor Man’* Destruction.” Mr. Rill am was in tin chair. The meeting was addressed hy Mr. Boreham, after which Mr.

Poor Man’* Destruction.” Mr. Rill am was in tin chair. The meeting was addressed hy Mr. Boreham, after which Mr.

Jones moved, in an able speech, and Mr. Lynch eloquently seconded the following resolution That this meeting is of opinion that a free and unstamped press is essentially necessary for obtain ng and securing Universal Liberty, and is determined to support Mr. Hetherington in bis
07 September 1833 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
tocratiral portion of Um corananitj, well to oioerUin the amount of the derived from the Slate by tboao Peers who

tocratiral portion of Um corananitj, well to oioerUin the amount of the derived from the Slate by tboao Peers who

▼oted is minority Satarday uiomiar. We therefere. fire (extracted from the PeopU't B*ok,” nod evidently oompiled with considerable care by Mr. Carpenter) the gross amount received, annually, by their families order show the disinterested feelings and motives which induced the vo
21 April 1832 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Mr. address should have keen No. 10, Guilford Place, Bagnigge Wells Road. The parcel from the Bristol Union containing „£!, ss. per Mr. Hayes, has been forwarded to Lancaster as directed. The excellent Utter on ** the insatiable wild beasts,” will appear in the next Guardian. Th
21 April 1832 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England
 
Saturday, July 6, 1833.

Saturday, July 6, 1833.

06 July 1833 - Poor Man's Guardian - London, London, England