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Champion (Newspaper) - October 2, 1814, London, Middlesex E C HI MP I a Weekly NOT ENGLAND PORREt HKR PRECEDENCE Of TEACHING NATIONS W Td V of this P mer but is for the Country It brings down the Intelligence of the Week to the Moment before uV A Edition is calculated for London and its and whatever News may arrive up to Sunday with 2nd, 1814. THE OF Public attention tins country has never been directed to the state of the intentness due to the importance of the We from a sort of call the bouring in common a limb of the it to excite neither apprehension nor sympathy in least njot in a due observe in this limb many signs of complicated and virulent This strange and unnatural as it may seem in extends itself even to our legislative for although in these there are a few members devote themselves to Irish affairs with yet the impulse has very languid that has been by their The houses do on these shake their and suggest that radical measures of improvement should be mean time they are contented to leave the finding out and of national remedies to the secretaries of Dublin who take from the occupants of the police the head and A little wholesome whipping and hanging is the with these men and thus it is that we find in the statute as the results of the wisdom and humanity of our politicians exerted in behalf of a and aggrieved of tbe those elegant and efficacious measures recorded under the ods of insurrection of the worst class of the in labour in and although habits which they bring may render at rather prone to experience no difficulty in restraining their and in a short time wc turn account their peculiar while their vibes arc gradually have heard it with as much philosophy as The Irish ignorant wretches can you expect from Then il ought to be the care of their government to have them To carry and with it into their wretched would be a task as and one would fain hope as to in as that of laying them waste with and punishing their deluded inmates with the it is sometimes Irish arc a most miserable as they have tyranny to be practised We trust at the resolution will lo demolish all the and arsenals on the pud keep on fool n force to prevent renewal of the predatory SAINT It is perhaps fortunate for the St. they have been placed under a necessity of keeping up large military though by evil so great in its nature civil They might after the expulsion of the have fallen into a fatal Safe for the moment in Ihe naval impotence of they might have laid aside their military neglected to discipline their and suffered their magazines to he empty or scantily furnished with arms and ammunition fit for for it is not without great and ex means of can be preserved in a slate in that The impending might have found them At the of the government under Although the most affecting their revenue are proposed parliament towards the end the and hastily and adopted by some thirty duty it is to stay in town to make so 1S*w^%� is but fair to that soldiers is ever ready to punish their excesses with the most prompt and exemplary consider ing that we are not without use for in is a which ought to prove to the people pf that they arc of consider able consequence in our If we call them if they are can their glorious constitution do no more for the ot common Irish than this Are we to after all our danger or patriotic enabled a country to the mortifying confession a umph over whoso power its ordinary strath pie may enjoy all the blessings of this might not have heen able to may yet be so wretched in their that the severest and ills striking to penalties of offended justice have but few terrors cA. j and calculating on for them? For the sad state of the Irish peasantry an an our ministers ape facts they of state at Cape now called urge as but so many proofs of their to their wo to govern a country in which a written pamphlet of above 800 yve And every end of government printed in that city in 1^11 v the is a very inferior If these be shamefully neglected in that with the experience they have in which would Alpine delirium of their rage they should back anew our territory their battalions our they will find at their an entire People which has already mode trial its forced anew by effect of its dittL are perpetrated in open and - t km v f A ' b they will hud at their approach an people pass Notices of death and v * devastation are to the victims in due and they are fulfilled with a terrible perils add with combat take b administer it. Does that deserve the of which all arc | under which the peaceable and good are and the desperate and criminal arc safe ed. we call them In this way do we continue to treat a very considerable means are of the greatest importance to that stands towards us in a relation that gives her a claim to our The question is instead of a perpetual series of addressed to the effects of it would pot be hotter to devote a little pains to removing its whether it would not be the as well as the most effectual to give at once due attention affairs of the sister inquire into her to probe ner wounds to the rejecting all and merely coercive to trace out u broad and fundamental system of which would destroy discontent by depriving it of the which it It is in general just to when we observe in any country all the proper ends of government that there exists either much misconduct on the part of its or at least a sad the system of rule which they in this way refer to the foreign and why should we not apply the principle in regard to what takes place home At all of proof the rests who have 'the task of the face of appears tq be give up the Irish as bad composed ofi bo worked on by any They do the il ill of beyond w hichl they would at of the pretence j ihe ranks army con tain a large pro po rti onj whose deficiency in hear but on many of t0 all Uus Of A - I. now found out how dangerous it is those who would avoid a quarrel to HI of Buonaparte in mixed On my to h inan shewn me some that f posed they could hardly believe in Flinders that wus Vis countenance instantly became changed with the strongest expression of while he with loud that tho emperor had over been A young fellow of who BARBARY the It lamentable that when we so justly in and been at came round condemn the French nation for their inhuman other with zeal and strung nance of the slave that we should set them an looks of that Napoleon bad never once been example of cruel indifference to the suffering of our What do yo think of Leipsic II in countenancing the pi- trahi nuns pas The young of the A most cruel instance man himself been at the French the and they in the daily were iu fact Napoleon bad triumphed every habit of committing with has been com- Then he is a huppy quoth us to us from well as I The reckoned A Swedish the and Captain though they lost many a they never sailed on the 26th June from Lisbon bound a war t but this according your o The vessel had been taken up and lost a war without evor being defeated in a with an English by 4 respectable The Laon hero was dreadfully nettled at of the on flew off into general abuse' at the all tbe passengers were among swearing that wo The whom were two a young the daughter whom L should suppose to of one of and a female The are low in his like the mouth of tbe the who have bred MP without any manner of tho crew of the frigate La who and having formed of both the captain of In are now mint The pigs they threw the them Such men will they killed for their own apd the banditti were be dangerous lake to settled prevented from plundering the a by the officer who was at their Tbe vessel whs recourse to ' liken to where I hey on the 17th the red need Severe by It was a curious not arr ed on to they du^ an 6n the 7th\�tlf^?| ivg and the 4 v t But is at not Br. of m permit ( - - t
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