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British Statesman (Newspaper) - February 18, 1819, London, Middlesex S T x X iii ZtOGRAPftLi or Not to t M PRICE 7fc 4 DICTf WORTHIES OF and ira pot tant Sketches ef t he Lives of sent Natives ofIretftttdiof every Ranjc and at time celebrated or for their intbe of PfllittcV Collected aatnenfui sources riched by valuable heretofore inaccessible or of The first Volume will contains axaongst which will be feuttd iatcrestiog p James Spranger Bandon Isaac Joseph Roger Robert Richard Henrietta Henry Charlotte Edmund Earl of Os sory Duke of mond Susannah Caul Earl of C liar lent out Sir John Philpot In printed price l omas Jirdwn t he A ut hor pf eighth m By Anthony Todd large r Pharmacopoeias la8t edition rice ISsV ietfbnd is edition contains the of tbt rfetaes 0ft TA X Clare Hgnowab Sir Philip Dr Oliver Sir Thorn as Constantia Anthony Count Elizabeth Hoffermanj Paul Gorges Edmund The Work will be completed in three octavo each ornamented with a fine and will be by Richard R RYAN Respectfully informs the Lovers of Irish tfart he has now on saJe fine copies of the following Anthologia 4 royal maps and Arehdales Monasticon 4to Beau Memoir of a Map of Boate and Moly neuxs Natural History of BbrlaseV History of the Irish folio Life of the Duke of 3 folio Coxs History of 2 folio Crawfords History of 9 Grosss 2 fine impressions Harriss Harriss 5 edi folio Lodges by Aifehdale Ludlows a HiS toire de 3 and OBriens English and awlIrish and English DiCtiottt 4te maps and i Morysous History of 2 Artys translated Haly O1 H allarans History of 2 Parliamentary Debates of the Commons of from 17J1 to Vols 5 Sewards Topographia Hi 4ttf Smiths and maps and 4 Staffords Pacata maps and folio Storys Wars of and VValkers Irish Bards and 1 Wares by 2 Warners and Irish 4t0i Wrights Youngs Tour in 2 Jasl price Valiancys Essay on the Anti of the Irish Jlevm French Italian Mh J s By the Author and kTJ i add SQClETY Tour Formation of the Human prepara tory to thfr Devdopenient of a plan for gradually ameliofa of price Cts relative to New View PrO raisiug a College of Industry of all useful By John Reprinted from the published in to the Committee of for the Relief of the Manufactnring and La A Brief Sketchof the Religions Society of Acoonitt of the Pnhlie Proceed iacein London in July and August tiottof Iress deliVered to the lakabitanls of New ling of thelustitution established for the Forma fferKThe third Price 4i on the Effect eft he Manfactni ing The tbirdi ttritieb are Two Letters on in and By the e TheSd closely and with ilinej price i fcjtojtfflsVj T the LAST of theGOTHS By Robert Sou 2 cap Slh TRAVELS to the SOURCE of the MISSOURI and across1 Hie American Continent to the Pacific Performed by Order of the Government of toe United States in Years end By Lewis and Published from the Official and illustrated by In s 3d price An INTRODUCTION loENtOMl LOGtj ofth Natural History by coloured By WilliatnKfrHyi and William SpeacCj 1 and Third lli f RAVELS in from Pernamhnco to Searaj sides occasional ft VOYAGE to NAM the whole exhibiting a Picture of the State of So ciety during a Residence ofi Six Years in that and By Henry Jn 2 id WORLD BEFORE the a in Tn with other occasional By James la foolscap prifce THE PASTORS a By Jane Author of T hardens of Scottish The 2d In 4 TttE PERSONAL NARRATIVE of HU to the EQUtKOCTlACIfcEGIO during the Translated by Hnder iro diate Inspection of the 3d and tlv lyifiiVKXlRS of the KINGS of SPAIN of the from the Accessioti of Phtlip tbe Deatfe of Charles the ThjrdKJ 7OO1 P published DocumSentsi and Secret By Wjlliai S Archdeacon of Rector of Be The2d editiony in 5 Svqs price of be ing a Critical Account of tfce most ftoiw the earliest Romanes to Age By John iu 3 post The 2d1 considerably enlarged and price REMARKS on the ART of MAKIN6 with Sug gestions for the Application of its to the Improve ment of Domestic Wines By John The 2d PLEASURES OF with other By Thomas A with from by 1U f JERTRtTDE of WYOMING the Pennsylvanian Cot and other fb wiiieb is aOde to the Memory of Burns By Thomas In foolscap svov The 7tb editiortv witb from Westalls CONVERSATIONS on with Erjgrav ings The 2d with Corrections and In 1 price or coloured on POLITICAL ECONOMV in which the elements of that Science are familiarly By the Author of Conversations on The sd edi In 1 large price COMPENDIUM Auctore Ja coho Edvardo Societatis Un ncanae The 3d and continued to the end of the 3d volume of the Flora Britan with all newdiscovered Plants from the English Bo and references to that work In price price the third Edition of the French and its Translation iuto AN ADDRESS to the and to all the POWERS of By MarieArmani De Gnerrv De MaubreniU Marquis the Assassinatioa of Napoleon and his 8 on Border of tbe Rns and in are exposed the chief means em ployed by the Bourbons lo rum those who prevented execution oY that political atrocity the pre Efeicfcessitely adopted to conceal it from the knowledge of theVorld and the different intrigues a great number opposite Buckiqg on behalf of the Working Classes j the to Governments of Europe and to the Allied Powers assembled in Congress at Price Prfnted for and Row and to be had of all other HEAD and EXPEDITIOUS To all parts of the Four tnside the best and kept excellent by W MOUNTAIN and Saracens Head the following Post Mail set ont Irom tbe Saracens Head Snowhill a new Liverpool Light one night the carrying fonr insides and sets out day atone arrives at Liverpool uext afternoon atsVx through Lifcb IMPERIAL HOUSE OF Tbe Houac proceeded 4n Tbe Oaths were administered to the Earl oi aad Trelawneys Divorce Bill was read a first and ordered to be read a second time togaorrow The Excbequet BiUs the Bris tol Gaslight were brought up ffont thoHouse of Commons by Hart and other and read afirst The Duties Bill was read a third time and Adjourned till and and four inside at eight oclock in the only nhie breakfast in and dine at the Dolphin This is a most delightful conveyance to the of and Shiffnall Post every at five Bland and new Post every at three Weytnouth Packets to Al M WVyTOontb and new Post Coachy every Jbarf past Six through Brid aud Only one night out oetween Loirdou and and Hunting B Mail out every Evening to and Bristol Flying Post through Chippen and every afternoon 5 arrive at MaifVthe Greyhound and the London Ta and the next Editions of the fallowing recent Works are ready for Publication by and MEMOIRS of the COURT of QUEEN ELI By Lucy In 2 Price with a 3d MEMOIRSxon EUROPEAN and from the Manuscript Journals pf Modern Travellers in those Edited by Robert Second in 1 Illustrated with The Second Volume of this Work is preparing for NEW By The 3d In 4 volsj Price J Arlington all is not Gold that of Youofif Mao of the Tale of Oddtempered Ruffian a TaU founded oh Welcome Home the An ACCOUNT of the KINGDOM of and its Depetdencies in and India comprising a View the Afghaun Nationyand a History of the Dooraunee By the Mounstuart of the Bast India CoinpanyV Resident at the Court of Poona lale Envoy to the King of la s with maps and The gd A copies may be had in Prite The FAST of A By Miss Anna Maria The 2d In 3 The otb of the HUNGARIAN by the same HISTORICAL ACCOUNT of DISCOVERIES and TRA TELS in from the earliest ages to tbe present Inclading the substance of Ihe lafe LeydenV Woik on that By Hugh Second corrected and In 2 tota illustrated by seten executed in the best manner by lU MEMOIRS of the lale ELIZABETH HAMILTON with a Selection from her and other unpub lished By Miss The second let 2 vois a portrait after A NARRATIVE of a JOURNEY of Five Thousand Miles UffaftthiHty rn can be ftppUedi he through the Easteni and Western States of By assisted by niedical and fa H en rv BratUhaw The second In ice hamstreet IMPRESSED with a just and humane of the results frotn tteinjudicions treatment of contracted in a too well known Leeds Light called the sets out every Morning at f0111 Insides and goes remarkably with a Guard Passes through Stafford and to the next withstanding the expedition of this it is allowed to be the most agreeable and complete public con veyance on the being unequalled in accommo dation by any SaoquharKilny and all parts of Camperdown Newcastle and Edinburgh New performed with a Guard sets out every IMorning at Eight by way of and Passewgers finding themselves fatigued from tbe length of the rtst what time they and then oroceed on without additional 1o the Black whence Coaches run to attd other and Doncaster Ppst every at half past Six to the Cross and Whitehayen Post goes with Pour Horses aud a Guard all the Passes through Borough Wethei and Grautbam the nearest way by 18 sets put every and per forms tbe journey with Passengers de tained on the by business or have the peculiar advantage of their seats beingsccured in the Ormskirkraud Garstang Post every after uotn at New bury Post at oclock in fhe Bridgenorth and Walsal Post Coach every and Litchfield Post called the every evening at Five to the Saracens Head Guarded v and Wolverfaaippton Post every Birmingham Mercury Post with a sets out every and reaches Birmingham next day at Passes by and to the Saracens Sheffield and Rotherham Post called the Rocking every and Yarm new every to the George and Fayer w x LALLAH BOOKH an Oriental By Thomas Eighth in price just in price ILLUSTRATIONS of the engraved by Charles paintings by A few in may be price aud the CORRECTION a The second in 3 price MEMOIR on the RUINS of By Clandius Jaiceff The secoud in royal wrtn prrce A SAMUEL froin on tbe Abase of Charities j an containiog Minutes of Evidence taken the Education TIw 5s Tle Letter may be bad and the I BACHEIiOR and the or the Equi nsion at once iw w P every morning and evening v Cheshunt every W1CMBWJ lias iccotnpanied his mooe a fpnif an iaborif fullest confidence encouraging trative of the superiori teen frfurid even public ha4 pr consolatory fortolnate rOTivinjr the of the human whtfh frequently From this by reaoimatin the related bas retained by In addition to equally Tottenham and Edmonton at halfpast and R CLA and if not timely and in the means consulted of AYS original WAGGONS and COACHES to New Wooiton Hun and all places To and all parts ef every LynunR Isle of Jersey Ttid Waggons Greenwich and every Tottenham and Edntorttoni WILMAM respectfully acquaint Friends and the will not be A nciiui at and paid fcir at lto Sar Saracen 8 HOUSE OF Alfterman CUK11S took the aiidhis Seat for on his introciactipi to tiu the Baflmet was pretty generally alPetition from a in prating that tke Ovmers of Lead Mines sbouldbe to POOP The Committees of arid Ways were postponed until ELECTION The SPB AKER that the Petitioners against the Return for thfeCity of Bristol had not into recognizances required by andirt coTiseqtietice of tais information the order for cdnsidering the said Petition Was The SPEAKERi ih sfetmg that the requisite re cognizances had not been entered into on the part of James Daley and who had petitioned against the return for the Totn of Galwayi that al though by the Act of the 53d of the it was imperative upon him to make this instances had particularly with respect to in farther time had been allowed The time for entering iato theserecognizances was enlarged until Tuesday and a similar order was made with regard to the Petition of Denis Iloweu against the return for the county of Gal the Peti tioner not having y eft eatefed into the requisite recog LUSHINGrTON brought np the Report of thV Committee appointed to consider the Assessed Taxes Act and it was ordered that a Bill should be brought in continuing certain parts of the said Act with re spect to the reduction of the duty upon horses employ ed in TltE CORN STUART WORTLEY presented a Petition from the Agriculturists of the West Ridiug of York praying that measures might be taken to ragethe agriculture of the by thp impdrfeiRsn offorfcfp core the motion that the Petition should lie on tbe Sir ROBERT WILSON rose and spoke to the fql lowing effect I really was wi nopes from what passed in this House on the very first day of the when several Corn Petition were that the gentlemen styling themselves Agricultu would have their own those Petitions which were known to be then in circula I however disappointed and those Peti tions are creeping into this Houe day after in a short we shall be surprised by the swarm thus imperceptibly It appears to me the Agriculturists do not or will not the temper and condition of the lobour ing or they would never hazard the farther exasperation of feelings which have never been com pletely tranquilizerl since the last Corn Bill was passed Iheynever would thus madly throw a tire brand into combustible once en cannot be extinguished without leaving fearful traces of What claims have the Agriculturists to this special favour from this at the of the labouring classes Can they that when do obtain a high price for their that they ameliorate the condition of the agricultural labourer On the do they notstill confine them to insufficient which they are obljged to eke out with scanty sub sistence and parish relief Do they not do re lying on the power which they have over the greater part as tenants at subjected to ejection from their habitations at a moments notice Thelabour ing classes are suffering the greatest distress from the high price of They will not submit to starve silently under a system of new pro hibitory operating as an additional tax upon bread If Agriculturists the table of this House will be not merely with Coun ter but Petitions against the existing Com difficulty the people are now restrained on the least their Petitions will pour in from every part of the It is to be those Gentlemen of landed property who are too wise and liberal to concur in the projects of the Petitioning will use their influence to persuade them to and think of plans to dimi not to the burthens of the If they will not they will endanger the public and put all property in They withdrew from tbe last contest with great let them not recommence lest they should be involved in a rash and perilous pursuit that may end in their STUART WORTLEY declared that he did not agree with the opinion of the But with regard to the remarks of the gallant he begged to that it was impossible for any Gentleman to stifle those Petitionsas the gallan officer The it should be undfcr only for the appointment of a Comtnit in order that they might have an opportunity tfae of lheir and he could to the presentation of such a Peu
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