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Atlas (Newspaper) - July 7, 1838, London, Middlesex 1tflU)0nia. II^BKISAAA Omiiamaa' ' B^litmiutn tAVtira/L Ncvtr amenM flr T.nrt* TitiMii . . ., B.ojni^tmi, . . ------ ... ------------______________ UiMtAx I&miv'Itrxa* ItdiiTSB&bat KovaSootia St. Kitt'b I^bvis qosbbo St. Luoia T&inidad Kbwfovnpl&mo - Spain (via Cadiz) St. Vikcisnt's Zantb Nbw BhunbWiok St, Domingo Tobaoo tobtola io Ihdia-GAra ob* Good B;OB�~-M8#'8oO�b Walbs. ToM other placet it moplta/briearded upon the payment of tteo pence. ....... ______**rf�-#��-�'�f*'#'if tlMl''W^M)�^ Ctwanu 435 .... 481 4^ a ASPOIJN^MBMT, . 'VBs^it^ed, some two SifoftNiNO CHftONi?u^|�:Jsinot easv'fi^ir/lH^OQS Wfto L, r EARLY EDITION I IN TIME FOR POST > MoftNiNO CHaoNKi^ft^klsInot easy^M are.' asdt were^^lJystaiidersiF w^&^sa^t. any . ,_i.lb6pn.alr�^j^ei^|ppSd, cxded once inittie^tx�e$enM8:|E|Sl^i^ 6n the itsduti^AM ofrI83$ri^>i�;i& Was liimfiglf % orijnbati^ OfMe i^lto (to \ th^e late' oceas^oA.) he felt �L sort of it^ and waa nnwiu^igio a,bi^on^h.* 4ie Td^es ieniialated�'> and ,wluFapist Duke. Biue of Dablin^ for 'instance^ woiild oeen applieal^e, alliterative, and euphonious. ____ish dukeoom Wonld have bedh more germane to the mattei^too, than an �n^lish marauisate. , Btit there is more work to be done, and 'tis well to have som.ething in reserve. . When:]?opc�r7 shall reign in name as well as in &etin;Ireland, when its obscene and idolatrons'abomi-nations shall have supplanted the religion of the'gOspel; when the Anglo-Irish Protestants shall have beetl killed K^tu^4* unhotyi,consummation, sllSuldlus O'Connell employers fmain^ few. years longer in power, then may Ke^justly claunfirOm his Whig-Papist patrons the* balance of his JitsS ^^J^ iT^themeiintime we cannot but think that'�^ dear .littterXpiJ Morpeth has been.ipost unkin^y $nd aiyngtly neglected in the late distribution of hohoms;'' #18 has been the working oar, and. whiles the vice-fegal puppet has been displaying his gaudy j^lunlage, th^4iee^ re^lsecwftoy has been pnUing the dirty wires^ti^Bcli ^V^i^fi�e�o^lBaa.^-^Acfco�aiifg. lo/a^oaier ^uthO%^3fe M'coi>�^ cbanjge*,the ^^-^?|e]^6%S|.MM^pe9^ ' * .9r^^,g^&%of EoaWrii^ |blIow^ch�nkbeer be^ore^t^^i; � ipl Ii^theae.qoB^ei scemioe*' Ml " ^imp*�S8sionhas^n6t---- . ntifon'thest^ject im^^.Q 3^^�ram another,! nifehtj,Hnd if the English 1^ the s�i|e1 ,,.,.,.,lsj^wriftl>T?diy