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12 August 1843 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
No. 67.— Y01, lII.]

No. 67.— Y01, lII.]

12 August 1843 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
FOR THE WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1843. OFFICE, 198, STRAND.

FOR THE WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1843. OFFICE, 198, STRAND.

12 August 1843 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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12 August 1843 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
blended with civil benefits; and we struck at the hateful Poor-law with all the humble power of our pen, aided

blended with civil benefits; and we struck at the hateful Poor-law with all the humble power of our pen, aided

by the force of our heartfelt convictions that it was wretchedly, radically bad. And in doing all this we believed, and believe still, that we were only plunging into the tide of purely English feeling, and going with the common stream. We know that the condition of Ireland is s
12 August 1843 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE LORDS ON IRELAND,

THE LORDS ON IRELAND,

On Tuesday last, upon the occasion of the presentation of a petition Lord Roden on the subject of processions in Ireland, a debate ensued in the House of Lords which presented many remarkable features, and which now invites us to bring the question of existing Irish disturbance
12 August 1843 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
all other processions as Orange processions had been stopped, or else to permit Orange processions with the rest, question of

all other processions as Orange processions had been stopped, or else to permit Orange processions with the rest, question of

local expediency which we shall not take upon ourselves to moot. But we turn to the speeches of the Duke of Wellington and Lord Brougham, and these are pregnant with meaning and good sense: that of the soldier-Minister giving us more confidence in the passive conduct of the Gove
12 August 1843 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
OPENING OF THE OYSTER MARKET, BILLINGSGATE. See next page. : ~ ~- •-,- -« - y _ —-- ' --

OPENING OF THE OYSTER MARKET, BILLINGSGATE. See next page. : ~ ~- •-,- -« - y _ —-- ' --

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12 August 1843 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
pedient of the moment to satisfy the public mind; but from the Duke it comes with all the weight of

pedient of the moment to satisfy the public mind; but from the Duke it comes with all the weight of

sincerity, and we cannot doubt its truth. And if it be so, how heartily do we rejoice that conciliatory policy seems even in the stern eye of the uncompromising soldier a sufficient resistance to an agitation so vast, so wild, so stormy, so impetuous and overflowing with romanti
12 August 1843 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
OYSTER-DAY.

OYSTER-DAY.

Yesterday week, August 4, was, in metropolitan parlance, Oyster-Day,” i. e., the day on which oysters are first brought into the London market at liiilingsgate. Formerly the commencement of the sale on the 4th was punctually observed, that the Market was opened immediately after
12 August 1843 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England