Atlas London Middlesex, May 12, 1838

Atlas London Middlesex

May 12, 1838

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Publication name: Atlas London Middlesex

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Years available: 1826 - 1869

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Atlas (Newspaper) - May 12, 1838, London, Middlesex No. 626. VoL.Xra.] SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1838. tEAKLY EDITION IN TIME FOR POST, It seems that ii so promising he five e commission from the Tory c6mmandiT-in-chief with which he started on his tour: even Burdett drew hack from the rash imdertaking, and, according to some opinions, like -~oId Northumberland Lies crafty-sick, in order to avoid making his appearance in London until he matter has somewhat blown over. Sir G. Sinclair, lio\(rever, hurried with all possible speed to London: he �* swallowed the ground with fierceness and rage"- in desperate haste to give his notice; but, although cold water was thrown by Sir Robert Peel upon the Tory traveller, smoking with fatigue and fury, as we hear, he began to get; warm again after the division of Thursday, He glowed on Friday morning, was in a red heat when he looked over ;he newspapers at breakfast, and had absolfltely reached a white neat by noon. In this feverish condition Sir George Sinclair hastened to Sir Robert Peel, whom he found reading liis speech of the preceding night, and not a little chagnned to observe that the Times thought it so tame and unsatisfactory tha,t, in its remarks on the debate, though it had mentioned every other Speaker, it had not even distantly alluded to him. Sir Robert was, therefore, ' " Sir George, and when lardon of Col. Conolly for thus borrowing Lord Mulgrave's appropriate designation of him) opened his mind to the nght honourable ex-Premier, he received such a rieply as induced him to wish he had been at that moment in Caithness, or anywhere but -^hete he was. He soon made himself more easy in this particular, but we learn that he is still far from settled m his mind, and (hat he wanders from White's to the Carlton an4 from the Carlton to White's, asking advice of everybody; at one time resolving to �arry his Stockport t^ireat into execution, and at ^mother recollects ingPope's line-- ' ^ A fool ndgbt'onqefitosetf alone expose. . THE ATLAS OF THIS DAY CONTAINS :- PAflB. The PoUtlcian................ 289 JBaat Indian and Colonial Atlas.. 290 Foreign News................291 Imperial Parliament.......... 291 British News ............294 Meetings...................... 294 �Lam Reports..................294 Police ReporU.................295 Omnium.......................295 MiscellMiea.................... 296 Theatrteal IntelUgenCe......... 296 Saturday's News ..............296 : Weekly Retrospeiit of theMbney Market............. .v......  296 leading Articles ............... 296 Tffr. Sergeant Talfourd'a New  Tragedy ......... ...... ^.� 29,T Memoranda on Men and Things.. 297 tlTSULTVKB. Six Years ia Biscay ............897 PAOB. Works of Alt and Artists In EngUnd....................298 Practical: Observations on the Preserration of Health, and the Prevention of Diseases........ 298 Bondeavdx} Translated from the Black Letter, French Edition: of 1527...................... 298 Mu^ic 9nd Musicians...........299 The Shajratul Atrak..........299 Piiie Arts;....................299 Literary'and Scientific Institutions ...........299 The Army...............299 Gazettes...............i...... 300 Banking and Monetary Atlas.... 300 fheMarkets ............301 The Universities .............. 302 Births, Marriages, and Deaths .. 302 Advertisements................802 THE POLITICIAN. LORD JOHN RUSSELL AND THE CHURCH. -TrLor4 J

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