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Atlas (Newspaper) - March 10, 1838, London, Middlesex ON THE LA�6tef#iaE�;T P& SATURBA iplPH 10^;1838. Poilticlaft r . . .. ... r! 'J^', Ea^t Iridfti'aiid CoIotM Attat . il46 The Presidencies of Indtai; . J'^, 'AedHebits aod'OIRnic^s.   .  > ||J r BAHLY EDITION LIN TIME FOB POST. Leasing Article^ . ... .Is: PAOB WiajatsJA Movettcnt�oti t&a Spanish Questiioa . . . .154 XITBRAT0B5, 'TfteM^fil'intftKetoesaJrt . . 155 ThtfittlitfWrittnV^j V . . .155 |fc?low�tt�>*^ . . . 156 3t!t��iri'l!(Kfeoi*nd^^^ . .156 ^3a�iicand'9liuldanti. . . . . 15r Fine Arts i L . . . . . 15T �#|iu7;! fpd; Sci9jPUfic. InstMu-y -ftiotjS;' > .. - ' 157: 'Atin;^V. '.''V'��;�'. ' ' . . . 15r GOkettei*. - . . . . . 157 ' ~ pjirrlagei>ani Deaths .157 . 158 . 158 ^Bj^igwj^feis 4ii*AJ^i�^ combination ii�aft.^iaa^��*ev and of the conspiracies emanatitig ftoi�lWj&!8^�^a%'*�;aigiig^^ attention of a committed of ihe House 'of Commons, as it long afirested that of !f#SP|^$^i^thj58e! vc^ and we know al80;|were^itiipn��*ica�^ at'% not'^^fe^ We are io iect^ itt 1824^ Ji^i had conabinafaons te%:Me;tt#t;ej]^ the dd^aws^ and^t^ot-tbe-ii^ cefiliw'bf ke^ranjg'ijiek secret only increased their'riki tural tendMr\ eoBctwl ^ OT^pttmshmg cbmpinaf tiott offen^^s; they already ^e^st, and haye been ibuiid to'lie tt^tiilSj^ni^^ of , evil ^itpvfeW^ capitliejilll^pjQl^g^,^^^^ contest with sucl qrgan^% ^%fQjn^!i^^ eflfectivie in -^(e^iepi^ssioft!;^ coinbinati^ andbin the protecti0fi�6f^%�Sest iiadiiSti^ all fcOercive lawa wiU8pei0dii^^tha]tat~&st sight may appear. The' Vrholeof the apj^rentiees (^(:mi;^i%hended^ the cla^^ hf At two provinces; by tlie ijemovid blall canses of collision betwefen them, and by the Ai.o^pl itfep; di^cduragem^^ of the gopd^tod^^l^^ WoMd haypjstreM^ra^^ Jhands of |b(e ffliafl^ctedr^ G(odi i^ffcerthis^a^ the Tories *ri^f (.jpiggiain^r)^ tini^K h ^Thefiltoke jaindi tSir 1; Edb^it'Mve bbtainedr^^^ Ptt&itife bf^th^ir^tongry tafi. ^ � adVEfflsses^ttdf IJhfe'ito^ Radicals' v^ll-li^^rth'be' estiniated a^ th^ v0B) peculiarly^ interestiiigiii femp^ mothers, m ymf^e^0mm free, have, been i^ir^^l^^i3|^i|h^ the ;apprentices syjstem^r lA^oye^ihyai it.nim^ women of ^l^vCK^^ active part in:' the natidi#^^^ titi6nVMd#e'-see;;1^;^^ " petition for it, aign^J^jr^^^ ipsasentedjtffitheyigf^^ (^iWfllingtoni rewazdied-for hia ? ^oate^y.;wi%a fi>ljtx�f,'% triumph oy minis . cuiffl'tlj^mifli. betoJhbotiripg majority over the.Tories aswilfc :we;^ the delusion under which they aiav^ildt' pftia&%dffifceby'�dinr.^^m twMntW.,an^ Lord Sandon's amendmfcAt, tllen the substantive mdtion,' the numbers, were. 287 and 3|i6,il:ivinjg itie niinisters a ma^ ceivable folly of one treachi Wife "" weregainers. ~ The bill had 8#^i>^sf^>,feM^ sure S received by m ne^^si^K th^M?^^ tempted pxidtition. instep cip^ted, wh& inteTiigSI?^^^ *J planters liK^4>t�s|r!�^�&A^^n^ evading PKHppenlj^,8stfe^at^�^^ clausil ThSse^mutesca^ and louder; and, #r%(fepi%#^ and facts of injiisiiife^^t^*n^lt3^ ^^B^f^^-H^h whi�bvft^d,�?*^3!�rdBiw�*r?E�^ tices in JMiaica/in Baffl��aff^'^^^�^ Gmana, was described aaequ^badi^iuld^ fice, they had been. epaii?iBftteA feM W f 12^^' to. "^lilg^ltl|la^pW^^ The leKislatore, scpiauig the fears, real or pretended, of the .b*j^'ibC3ua?on-T &|5^9/driiW:^^t;'Maryleb^ iMfeai^^^' The division of pur n^d&im^?^ the sillinesg, or woriS!^, of ? tp)^;i% little section whickdrd^ pntih^y^ri^a^M J?*' canno| lieltt bbs^rj^thatl^s^M invitation 6fth^ s�jtfoi%!�S,^^:t^ m0MmM bt it* peciiMrljf; eir siipporfe otJMr. Leader lEt'the Westminster election nwre^thansfjS^ Thare was, liowefferl somethinglsd^^ip^VO^^ of cr^�ipa|icalJ agalinSt^ th#i :^^((^^s^ unaweiat Otted? tp a|jjp^aa^: dis^ien^feiiis which they ^ thepit selveahad b^iifijinentin^M century, that' head; we are yet astonished hdwithi^ Tones coMd mus^| npt effrontery sufficient to carry ithcttfthrbiightbi^ dij^u^ table endeavour * *  If the Tories l6ft their sucCessori^ no enviable legacy at honied inattera Svere still worse, ix^ the colonies. But bfedaus^ iiiiinisitp^^^ not t)een iper?. pfetUEdly making a i^^ their wedecessors with their miscondwet in every part of the giobe^ they at iOTgth�iake advantage of this  forbcar- Ffsw****: yui, witivii xones is aoso-f i�W?�wgBsfeig^^� Wl^ have iyoii-potv thay exdlalra^ tr^qittiilized;^na4afi^^ of a. :ceiit>%?s imsconduct we bad left tpyptt^ evident plpdB"bftheirlib;^est desire to remedy'abuses and to remove all real grounds for discontent, that an insurrection to ybu'Shall M committed by the or^^ of tbisreaJml .�.v,�.iT l5fo*#f1i^'th^ right rev^^ God been MthftrT felPiy#|s^y^4� ij� m^ t^;^: �^ jtoc^rard^giii^ ^pTmi^i^'i I|a�?i!M, ?