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Atlas (Newspaper) - March 17, 1838, London, Middlesex ON THE LARGEST SHEET PRINTED. No. 618 Vol. XIII.] SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1838. r EARLY EDITION LiN TIME FOR POST. THB ATLAS OF THI3 DAY CONTAINS:- ToliticUn.................... 1�1 E�at Udira andCdlonUa Atlu. .1(2, FoidgnNewt 1�8 Ipipdlal Farllamait........ Bnoib Newt'.'....;.,iIfS' MeeUng*.......... L|wICq^ .....i.165 AmIsoc*f�� �,�. lOil JtOBMoAtft* **'� * �� ''169 Mtir�niiii�� � i ; ^ 'ICf Sutuiwlj^V liTcwA V r 167 "^J^yJ"*"**^ of toe MbBcjr HWKOw * ^ � f t * V i6r ; A�ddeiv.i.v.iUi....i 1 � HflBur- _ ' 'rectMani other Foenu......16d tiiriMltietOfLtteratture........170 UatSfhymi ..;.. i......... iro FMnirtiittnilloMphy^.........170 JTbii AlteffiMttTe .............. 170 The lUftorjr, Antkiaities, Topo- IttHiIniaoaioM' tma. * the ^Eii-iy ' Life or k Lmtheraii Cler^jftaan 171 Lltetarir Hemontnda ........ w 171 nude......................... 171 Fine Am.................... 171 IMeuxv mA Sdentific luttta. tta*:.......... m BnUog;�nid MoMtary Atlu:... ITS The-Anntf.................... 17S Gazettes......................173 BirUit;Httrh�et, and Death* .. 174 AdveirtlKnienti....,...........175 hnsm THE PO LITICI AN. ailNISTBitlAL PLBDGBft-^IRISH CllURCH AMD "riTHB BILLS. 1rikBff-~It would ]t>e wdl to press miiiisters a little closer now aibd mea, for ttie salte or getting out of a go* vernment so<%ery:' fVsqueexable" some more trastworthy causey tiiantih^ seem willing to assign for that continued ^ tnpianmue �k- swnlB- betve^J^ffqpsn pfMs and^J^teatanti'S^^ . Thus fiiires t^^^ Hius vanished that mueb-^iitttift bribe to P $^^^Cfst0^WM weie^'base enongn to.^tnmbe^^^ ' '^^^ai^ nm'toi three ^eare. liitc^ied-^ ue alternate use of threilts aQd:lBkW!mbi� 0!G|onneU fsaceeecCefd' sp' ftr a^^^^^^ tile n^gatiirei qaantity,'the uiffnBined'engaf^
knQwledge of its inevitable fiiilare. Here, then, wUl pass a fourth ses-sioii of Parliament without even thr most minute advance on'tfae pari; of theMetbo|mie^ pletion of that oiie measnre* the imnun$ht and instantaneous necessity for which was the single motive alleged by the Whig fectioii composing that nunistrvj and by tlie democratie and Papist fkctions Supportuigit, for dnvi% Siur-Jtobert Peel from oJfBee 80 long ag<� as in April, 1835. Th^find they arenot sf^npog^ough evMi with thi? ipcxied aim penecnted ehnich of Ireland,; whuhh9�#t ^igthrfounda poweriU tectum tribnnaltf of the leilhn* Js it muchw^wfljiy ffi^, ttiiit in open coiiieit'*vpt](ie anghfy chof^li of Biigbrnd shoMd aplKd th^ise tricl^ ^^eble We^i flld thw th^ should strive \y ts^^jif mnoceuvre within reach of them to shuffle off the day of battle with such an enemy ? Lord John Russell accordingly, instead of proceeding at once, as he had ^promised, towards the settlement of the church, lease question^ which contains materials for no small alarin to'assaJliints of a calibre like that of the noble lord, has ^Veih notice that his motion for a committee on the subject cannot come on till ^Eter Easter? What nextP When is that committee to report ? Why, if Lord John Russell's wish shall prevail, the.reportwUl be called for the d�qr after the Greek calends. Ouif lives for it, if the Mends of the cfatireh in ParUament' badg^ the ho]Ue loiil^^^ his skin, he will not suffer the church lease oomnutteetoreport witldn the present session. Our lives for it, the -imm^llgm^ informed by a letter from Mi� Stinr/ ihe; ac^ltxir of the! Dean and Chapter, that the fine was �8Mmii|II^224I. 18s., and the ex)aeiSes#^ I0(^;^ toi 2357. 8s. 8d. , As 50/. ^ viMeii&^^S^T^. he; could obta|nlfor the ^wit^;,:^,'isim^ a^iut'.tlnK'ihcreaKi^mfi^ bandied about betweenDr; Spry, the rector iffi^MaiqrieiKmei who had been appbhitedby mv%^m^%m^�^ eitor, mid Hr. of CtmMsrbKKpy, ,who, Imd fuxyeyi the estates of the.Dean and; Ohapteii%.?bi;i^^timie the lattev of whomhe^Eplainedf^evin^^parrie^^ property/ even to a statement of the rent he had reeeivecl,^ viz. ?52., whUe lettmg it by tlie y^^^ of od^ 1^^), he'attM Waited onand'pjSiip^c at Cani^muy,: when he statedhis case before the Andit^Board, consisti^gf ol^ aahe beUevedjjtenof theprebend^theiBishopof Ox^ ford (the Dean) b^g in the chmr. this occasion he] offered to prove that on.thebasia on ^vrrhich, acconQjng to the letter of their solicitor, tiiefi^eii^^ one and a half yeair's rent, |>reat iiQtuince wasr done him, as he could showifaatrthe som^^wifa equal to six years' rack rent of the premised. The mil;^ i^ ior^^ a^^ that neighbonir. hoo4 (th^ Soofhamptfin), ind that iiies::.lM^SSi^ M?'^ l>i|^ pn
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