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Circular To Bankers (Newspaper) - September 24, 1830, London, Middlesex IE A No. 114.1 SEPTEMBER 24, 1830. 0/ the stolen purporting to be issued by the Devizes have been offered for payment in within the last few we think it right to re- insert the following which appeared in the Circular of April the 16th, 1830. We have been desired by Messrs. John Thomas $ of to make through our the following as it may be the means of preventing the public from being imposed or of detecting other parties concerned in the In 1827, a parcel was by from their containing a quantity of blank They were printed in black with the word across the face of the At the Taunton Spring last a man was con- and for uttering some these Tylee have now received a letter from a magistrate in saying that he had had two men and a same who were before charged with issuing some of these for further That gentleman having enclosed in his letter one of Messrs. Tylee are enabled to say that it is a The Notes are under the firm of John Tylee and Th Tvl all the Ti issued by that are printed in red For this these parties ivere at the last Sto d A TO OUR The changes and the varying indications of the pol is that are passing over the Continent of to be as interesting to the politician and the who derives his income from Government as the ust ns of nai No. 114 to th man and the chant who trusts his treasure to the winds and the They must rivet the not only of those of all who are deeply concerned with the traffic in and the changes in the value and the circulation of This will remain a matter of paramount interest and importance with our until the political world become more We have given a very strong taking all circumstances into the chances of on the resulting from the present state of public greatly preponderate over those in favour of In that in the present Number of the we are at the same to notice y such incidents and t to lessen v Gently fo d in the we are beco compared with th to demand brief hole of those circum t compelled us to adopt the unsatisfactory cone favour of the probability of they are yet sm and The most prominent and important of these favourable is the obvious disposition of the ment of to itself und th age d guidance of the Cabinet of William of If Lord Stewart de Rothsay could have foreseen that Louis-Philippe and his Ministers would so soon become docile and and essentially subservient to the views of the British he would not have manifested such extreme anxiety to impress his own apprehensions for the consequences of the upon the inds of the British residents in On the first bursting out of the hope of a favourable issue Ambassad no j issue as far as the people and Government of France were It a truth well known to those who have been honoured by a confidential intercourse with the present King of the that His Majesty is an ardent admirer of t
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