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Trades Free Press (Newspaper) - December 16, 1827, London, Middlesex THEY HELPED EVERY ONE HIS AND EVERY ONE SAID HIS BE OP GOOD 6. VOL. in. No. 121. DECEMBER 16, 1$2T. PRICE WHAT ARE THE PROSPECTS OF THE What are their Amid all tlie hurry land and confusion and alarms of the hubbub of and and all the sundry notes of from the Royal to I he Royal dockyards and all shoutings for the from the piping of the The the battle of Allan What are the prospects of was one of the who that the surest remedy for domestic discontent foreign mar. however incapable they may in the phraseology of the bt tiding not very remarkable for the wisdom of their the case in The remark of his Majesty a good deal of shrewdness at all a tolerable knowledge of human Liberty was but little and far less practised at that period and no how or how great the sufferings of the all that appeared necessary to the mind of the before-mentioned to quarrel with some distant a vent for the more untamed spirits lo discharge the vulgar prejudices of his leading them by the nose into the thus silence their petitions and their 1 The doctrine seems not to have been lost upon after but to have been acted upon to an upon seems During the late dreadful wars which for so many years lated in some shape almost every part of if we their causes and it will be nearly impossible to find any instance in which the interests of the people formed any hem in the We know they were ostensibly put know there was a wonderful anxiety expressed on their every undertaken for were taxes were heaped upon through the most disinterested feeling a service There was no feeling of ambition desire to the slightest wish of putting an extinguisher upon at thing was undertaken to aggrandize the and the dolts believed ahd thein and very artisans who are now suffering such were among the loudest in extolling the system with their toasts and songs of ultra now impoverished agriculturists flourished away in the ranks of the yeomanry the lustiest soldiers in the world I Can we wonder that the people should-be turned upon with tho contempt of a We have into these reflections by the of which is now in our is the and her liberty is the holy cause which is to arm the thousands of you are you have remember the Holy hut really in think upon starved most the fate of of ly desolation titter prostration of a continental crown could place its withering when we inquire still further when we look into those countries under the immediate government of these examine into the condition of their have thing more any thing to satisfy that the liberty of Greece can be to them an object or for one the determination 1 we look for any symptoms in of of Russia here unmitigated and extended despotism pre the peasantry upon an estate are as are the very and where the discipline of the knout is the only mark of their Emperor's kindness a we findit there In the a Bourbon hisi inheritance 1 In her shackled and all 'the follies of her ancient upon a which his brother the protecting shade of foreign Way to which was oVer bodies jtf t say find the shall we turn to Constitution has often us as 11 the glory of surrounding not be disappointed ore 30 much - Certainly meet with distinguishing ' West Indian where slavery is with existence at her very it in her ghastly have laid waste the face of these are tlie liberators of unfortunate powers who are her ancient and restore her lost liberty 1-Vain-vain idea And from the show of sympathy which the present league have adroitly put the people are flattered into the idea that the triumph of freedom is at despots will relinquish their while is merely as necessity may France and England have been forced forwards a means of curbing the and alarming strides of while its for keeping aloof from the HORRID AND MYSTERIOUS merely by the feeling of selfish Interest raon them all the faugi of and a great advantage is obtained but that her liberty will be based lupon any solid footings or that she may not ultimately be are subjects upon a. of doubt must so much boasted enthusiasm thuSe the people may be they have been but let nothing them from those which affect own immediate tell them to look at They know their know the remedy which that long sought for will bring anl they have but to pursue it with the fixedness and determination of men Who lenow their will A great sensation was on Friday morning excited in the neighbourhood of Goswell and St. from the of a which at enveloped in considerable the last nine or ten meiden Agnes and Sophia have occupied a No. 8^,'Wyniatt-street;' during time they the receiving apy ate stated to be in highest they Were and which had in One of those mischievous tricks called hoaxes was on the evening of Wednesday on a gentleman residing in The of the transaction had forwarded to various nearer than attend at four o'clock precisely and at the appointed and for or two after the house regularly The up from St. Paul's attended to receive in W exhibiting was within the last week by the receipt of has to unfavourably 6n of the two ladies was stated by her be bj ady of tho of the 0)iler seen to time her be whole of was seen or heard by suspicion having been the their the door not being and the lifeless bodies df two unfortunate Indies on tho each of exhibiting usual attendant on tiy A was Sent it wds then ns from of that the dead or three days manifested out the a A- most with the had been laid and all offices - aH death ih the slightest byher who was partly and lying beside the Two of a of Oxalic and a arid to Other wire the family out of town three to found in the The of this gentleman on the and an to have to the the s ime party for his last the latter win drily that he supposed it Was intended take is. supposed to be the operation of cupping should prove After | ami over thirty years of attending himself to about 50 page 165.) man was obliged to employ tp off the accumulating among war a map Ar contradicts statement who had was with if discovering is determined punish is inL them in every possible belief our last we any fit ting out of these have been stated that a further investigation into this disgraceful i given within the last ten efficiency was transaction would take place Early on doubtless as a necessary measure of that day Major arrived and attended Col. on receiving the news of the battie of Navarino Joseph and this nothing has been Fatal the Holy three of the Magistrates of the who were assembled in a private adjoining the public Sessions The depositions which had been taken before Colonel Fletcher were in the were forwarded to Sir John the inspecting general of the On as we are a messenger arrived i a despatch from General Byng to Colonel the commanding officer of detachment of the J Regiment stationed From the privacy in which the investigation of this outrageous transaction hns been altogether we are unable state the opinion of Sir John Byng But from information which wo have and which we see no reason to it the determination of the General to punish the soldiers for a breach of military But this does not preclude the from appealing to the civil power for libit on a special meeting of the Catholics in it was unanimously Secretary should to the venerable Earl the anxious wish of the Catholics of to entertain his Lordship at a public this communication of Mr. his accepting the but leaving to the Meeting to name the precise the 18th inst. been fixed attended with loss of happened to the Holyhead arrived in London on Friday Wheli near to the horses took flighty amd ran The coachman all command of and the mail completely We are sorry to state that one an was killed on the and were severely injured as to render unable to continue their The have made inquiries rejecting the endeavours making by a committee of to procure aft advance df are highly gratified in having to that the committee received by the hosiers in the most gentlemanly and We are assured that advance will iate though not up to the statement in our last week's shall be enabled to give particulate in oup ' Catholic for the Advancement or Civil and appears from that this So ciety lias circulated 7613 of their little and that at great efforts are remove prejudices the public Tiib Roman Bishop of the body of deceased Bishop was removed from his house Inl The threatened landing at with protected by of and of this already - by a of and to the continued as Greeks at same 469trnct|nn as the ing the ' ' ' Our city may to 3prii8alem yas invaded are perceptible Jn the Roth persons and by night by nnd every one tiemblas that awaits Upwards British and French implored the protection though not know hoW tho deliberations of Divan which seem that we are all placed on m in of Rhould a most swallow us Oar as well as the allied haul close in the purpose of protecting of the in case atty. throe must as there aft few crews f f 1 Nov. 80; turned already lo His sence the given On the 6th of in thb received nil autograph lettor of the of hi accounts tlie of Hie Turkish it- three at that We .in tif Ministry may tart look on tho of obligations to a whose fidelity we have the have 9�T-M�ior,�general!Vvcveer. has his diplomatic the South American The news which we of the is reports left the 2alh.of, received at that by was every reason to in i i Dec. 1..-A captain of a who has t o - i n nin e d ays say hat during stay there hu not a. single ship of iwar of any Greek in the Gulf of Pacha engaged renai rt ng 7. d v KING'S CURIOUS the night to empty a bushel of chaff at his emblematic of the Of the - ( deceased Church he On - and understand Tuesday were Petitions - congregations of disabilities on account believed that on the Meeting u. a be presented to an extent which will bring of the Vicar the subject lo the attention of the one of the he which must be the side of the and In full nary routine of We clerical that are their energies in ' ance of the scene was considerably by ROBBER RT XV iy Mr. Brougham was in f I he had not got his a in which were bat papers in the day i. It appears that while the Learned riage was waiting for oft ho 7paper^ were in his left open Jp tho avenue leading from the romn 8p�n^ing�-njtovis tbo missing papers were trates at the Quarter with regard to the Dissenters that they have public If the present Administration take the lead in of these they strengthened by tho undivided support vaults the The which were hung with black fall of persons of who had by Among others tha de Palmella And and persons to the and guese t the conversation a card which was the bag had Mrs. Sf ford at which mentioned that p I she daily expected Mr. Canning to arrive c S -i
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