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Atlas (Newspaper) - June 23, 1838, London, Middlesex TBANSlilSSION OP 'THE ATLAS" BY POST TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES. JFe are induced, by nutrumu appUeationi on thii itO^ect, to Mtate, for the information of our Svbieribert, that " The Atlai" may he trantntitted free of pottage, through the General Post Officei, �  f - to the following placet: Amtioua BKRBiqp BwBNOgATBBS Obphalonia Dbhbbaba Gibbaliab Hahbob(jh Jamaica Bbbmoda Canada CoLOMBtA Dbkmaek Gbbnada (Nbw) HHUdotAND Laooiea Gabaooas Gospu Dohinioa Obbeob Honddbas Mawa Basota Bakahas Sbazilb Nbvis NEwroONDLAlfO Nbw Bbdnswick Nova Sootia QUBBBC Spain (via Cadiz) St. Oohingo Si. KiTT's St. Lucia St. ViKCBNT'a tobaoo tobtola TbihxOao Zamtb Babbadobs Bbeubn Cabthaobna Coxhatbn Feanob Halifax Ioi^ian Islbs Montsbbbat "TheAthu" can aUo he trantmitted, upon payment of one penny. . Leading Artldes KtotQitlpdaoa Men'and Things TbeatritaU..................7. LTfEBATUBB. The ConrefpandeQceofSir'Tho> was Hanmei^,; Bi^fc*. 390 390 391 391 391 398 392 392 392 3d3 893 3�4 Henrr.of Monmouth; or Memoirs of the Life of Henry Y........ 1. The Sera))hlm 2. Anaya. 3. UnaVocePoco Fa. 4. UUa, Queen of the Bletied Isles. 5. Frithiof.i................. Architectural niustrattons; and Account of the Temple Church Literary Memoranda............ Music and Musicians............ New Music.................... Fine ArtSi................. Science......^..... Literary and Scieottac Institu- tioni.......... UnlTersitles..................... The Army............ Oaaptes Blrtbi, Marriages, and Deaths .. Banking and Monotaiy Atlas.... ThoMarkeU.................. 394 395 395 396 89? 39? 39r 39r 397 397 397 398 THB POLITICIAN. TOftY OPINION OF WHIG COtrOUCT-LOBD J. RUSSELL AND THE COPYBIGHf^ BILL. TiMlES-As' we learn that we are expected to give a fii^rUier vpinioii, we beg to state,, that we are glad to see; from what ^transpired in a late del)ate, that the ha&tf and incongruous measure of Serjeant .T^ou'rd after reviewing the whole course of the right hon. bai^onet upon the question of Irish municipal refomi* coiitinues to regard; him either as a wise or; honourable politicdan, we can only say we sincereljr pity an understanding so diseased or a morality so distorted. Should^ iele^iance of his;i^te and habi^'.by a coarse insult to a distinguished fordliiner, a celebrated yocalist, and a virtuous lady..' f THE UALTA PRESS. MoRNiNO Post-We have received a bundle of papers from Malta, printed in the Italian language, so .that it appears th^t the C(|ilonial'Secretary has approved of the.' destructive measures rej&bmmended by the commissioners^ of inquiiy in that island.' We say destructive, because we can conceive nothing more uhljk^ the. prbper duty of a government than the suppression of itaowh idiom-no-' thihg more Hke^theundoingof all the good that has been 'dofie by preceding adihinistrations,' whose' policy it has always been to introduce by mild and gradual means audi' by pecuniary sacrifices the Enghsh language as a me.ans. o^ enlightening a people.who have been governed for centuries by si monastic order under the immediate influence of the ]H[oIy See. We are not informed as to the amount which the Malta govemnient has been ordered to disburse for the support of this independent press, which. Lord Bip6n so successfully showed ip the House of Loi^s, upon the evidence of the report of the commissioners of inquiry themselves, could not exist without laiv subsidy. from the public treasury; but, whatever it m9.y;sbe,>:itfee fact;of the publication, under the auspices of i^^pa^^ , of journals m the Italian language is a pretty coir"'- proof of the use, or rather abuse, which w^uldbfi' the funds of the - Irish church, should the (which ,God forbid) allow them to be administc present rulers. The open encdiiiragement of language in Malta, whiich, after ajl, is not tho-i^^,, . ..^________ the people, although it was that,of their forsi^]l4gqtt6d government, to the exclusion of the �nglisb^:iB: tlS^e tifirst lustration of the object of the stirnggle for ihe^appropriar lion clause, however artfull^ it'may an^ ;