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Atlas (Newspaper) - October 20, 1838, London, Middlesex Kr VT fv,i Ijf 0 u r n a I of Utter a ttt i: e� TilANSMISSION OP "THE ATLAS'^ BY ^OST TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES. arbYfKiHfedt 2^ ntiiiJ8mif'ajiphVc^ yuliifeef, to tiaie, far the infmmtim of }aur SjiAicril^ii that ThtAttat' ;v' ' to the folloviingpiwet: BmiBTOB BttBHos A'SESs CsvBiLtosiii Dbmsbara Oib&altar HAjiBiJitoH � � Jamaica BB&irobA' CiiifADA GdLtoHBtA ' - Dbnuabk Obbnada (Nbw) HBuqotAND Laodika BiBjinis - '' OABfAboAS � Cobfu DomHioA Obbbob- HdNDOBAi  Malta BBBlfBM Cabtbaobna Cu^lbavbn Fbanob ' Halifax Ionian Islbs Montsbbbat may be iranmiitei free of pottagOt through the General Post Officei, Nbvis Mbwfovndlamo New Brbnswiok Nova Scotia QUIEBBO Spain (TiaCadic) . Bt. Domingo St. Kitt's St. Lcoia St. VlKOBNT's TOBtOLA Trinidad Zantb 4tiai** canaUo be traiitmiUedt upOh payment of one jwiny. Jo India-Oavb ob Good HoncT-MBwSoQTa Wales. 2*0 M other placet it may be forwarder upon thepaym^t of tm pence. Ko: 649: Vol. XIII.l SATURDAY, OCTOBEit 20, 1938. r EARLY EDITION i IN TIME FOB POST. ATLAS OF THIS DAY, CONTAINS TSb' TbHtldui- .-.v. ,\;......... Kt mit indtaa andCtdooUl Atlu.. 658�II*s. Oriental . Annivilforl8% EaatemLe-gmdti 'Mllth Tweaty'tWoBn- Op&itOtt* of'l>imei'�nd*Ettiiu ' atOit Mm oa'th* Tntth, aod Im�dMlii|C� of the TiMtnientdr (|UK>rd�n, Sec.;, ilMu^DIiMtet. m^^^ ' Onaaei i ii. i;.v. >....^....;. m ^ittilMff Eagliuacl and Walei; w^i Mm..............�6� Skefchea Id Condon............6�8 An ImMryMvptctto Lote^ te > Attribiiteik tFtctoMidI,�ga(7......6to Wat^, fnd Mutidani..........�fiS pa^mM.,,..V........ W8 t4t�Hay and Sdeq^fflc Ihitltu tiont ........I...,............�8 l>ni4�rittyint�nt^ee...'.i.....668 ITavy..-..................s Army, 4ndjC^th�;.;i � ' Atiu;... a permanent raw" onhisropntatiott'iboth as a minister and a man. This/ though a laudable-and? a wholesome feat, would be a very gratnljious oiie. ' To " gild refined gold'^ is a mere work of sup^fttogatlpii; and surely to aggravate the o�renslvene88vmich{4read7" in the nostrils" of the nation, would be equally so. party SPIEITbiP p,tmWC;MkN. Edinburgh REviEW~We have been gazing on the feint likenesses of many^ greafc liieni- We have been tra- 'Ad�ferti(tei�Au; , J .:TBB|(4|IXr 0P^|tP4.M,A}lD THE IflW^TBY ai'lwotnanwas ^|^'cwly:siaii^^ tftfe'^-fit*w^ ^ ^, iJMy*'^ its history,.aware of the piinci|ilea bywhich the English chiefs are marshalled, sagieuiions^ of *ik% springs that move the polltic^heel whose revolUtioiialw%'contemj?late, it is an easy thing for us to i50ttprel)ieH$'J;Mp^^*6rators, ^e wiliest polttidrfns, the most' ittustrious^ pi^^ifs. Here mr atfiiid wlio^^ h^e:;,bei�k;x^sed' to]i - their whose geninsihas, ponredioul strains.worthy the inspiration �f: the gods, iffhoric Uvea ti^ere devpted^to the pnrity pf thdr pn^^ples, w1�08^ meAWri^ #ef^^l^^^^ JatewiphmQre-ippQfi^nce on^the Qperation, ox individual [diaxaeter^an�>l parQ|r'polities, it^oiseussing the line of conduct which that ^ Je�lal and dictatorial WHiguJRadiCal _ ^.^^^ ..... ^ ^ cops^rtenpf 9f rifltht^and'bv^^H]^^ ii^i^b said fihip:.zeftt5^d t6 awaliowt last sessiorf, to .prQye^an(|'||�|^e�(^d'^t^^^^ the Im- perial'X^jBfi^lattire, that witha miiustry represented by lord HeUfpii^^e an^ Lord, Jobti Russell, not eveii an acbe eyes, of their indignant dnpe� or .mitigate-tih^i rigour,of the chastisen�?�t whlehl^ TOUsfcaxktiCipalie at^Msfhands^ We>*%nowibnt li^ of .Galista," If Aat chastisement be not sutsh a� to v|MN^4e^* the \amKi. of the piomier, aBdeitablish ranged^on one-sidCtOf couttttyl' With ttw! sa their cms were divide hated each other, ai|d ~ (t^-^Hsnt^heie they^stand not " ' serving a commOh deet M6>i?i^#^ imtutoted native of sto far distalwaa on eartlj, pi^^d yet more i^prant ii habitant otTODae Wprld; reiiiidteh^-yond."thesolar^fralk oripilky;*:?*;'* .We know rami we a^ptehend thing I-better, fmt l^t us," even iO#! pride pC enlightei^ed fisdoin, pause'^^fpr, a moment to re-i fleet on this-most anomalous stat^^cff thiogs,^this ar-r ment of politickl affaiips whicih. systematicsily ex- S^^^eirgre^e^iSs^^^ S^-^J^^^^^^ "^^^ '  eS4^b?4 coh- �PW� to the, present time^bwb^ro^^^ vg^U|niia9�. Jbe�>ra he a Whig jninistetiini [dntjCauada; attd^^ bj�5,ihas:hiauiun�w ^.......... th^itoderani^.leeki as they did, and thrown' up his ^^bj&cei'in high dudgeon ahd disgust^ 'I^o^j'thisis b|rt�arjr^ti)^,>md td Mrtt D^thaiffvery ,�reMt|lfe, , fpjritekas^ ij^^ his lordship's.ntanWajtct c^^lbd co^dii^t^pii occasion has �ffofdeda?prQ(if.that it ir^possible^tohol^ confidential rofilce undep ^e-Mettiourae ^�mmeHt, without necessarily dwCe^dingr'to .(the-demdied lev^^^ the Melbourne ;r�(m9 mMcae�r.of'^ppi|?i�^ :thfi"mostweak B endUftd at and tumd of teaveUers, without the deepest eMotioiSl ]wth delight, and. havp, no doubt that a still strongerieelingwffl^^b^ Whpwccowiected^S^^ This to the communication with India, hut we have not yet yesiejdjrin^the Tcftj^-Ptt t^^ 8pMcirfroni|n............ v,;. ^�'':^^JNEPl�r^^-V.; MoRNiNoeHSomct^--DOwn to thp^ middle of the liist century, when a man w his ^alrete4rto ;^e&43�4s|^^ ^as at a .stand, anOhc ,0^^ bringing faim to reason was toplacehimunder^Mem by this /w^Mfg^ode -pf arguing;; ;fcages this toiactice prevailed,^ It never occurring to Epelish/l^Wyersthitt it was possible to diisigeri^^ with st^chA oMtiwgps^^^^^ of both the forces impressed upon it; neither taking wurfrparbiing'of'th^ s^^^ character, direction of the onenOr of the otheY, but a third line be- -^i"^ P*/ri^*S?.:�JiA-!. i.of A case tried at th&lliddlesex sessions on Friday last, and reported in the C%r�w�?fe-Of :Sat^ay^ our tri- bpnals in a sttailge^lighti; :ll conaidieralile difllcnlty,in (tecidinff it.: (To the defandant) arc jriin ibij� to give this .poor fcjllov trbom you have injured liaycoMpcnaatlbn 7" Tl){) Defendant-" I oqr veiy poor, Sir; I {seldom caro'mor^ihi^'Sl. ^ a day at the most. Ist^etiiiie* not ds., and I hare bo friends." , TheCbaipmm-"YoumusttryandspeaHtothepro^catbr.*' , ' Tiiediefenclaut'iiaTing done so^ stated that tlie p^oseintorwratfid;'' 20*;to-'sehletho'matter. ' ' � . .y.-: � �.�.-.:'^^.u..,.f,^m^^. The, .Ghoinnan--"'Qht that is nonsense; nopersoa '^m-'^zp^^jafi'' tO'gir(>. 80 large � sum'of-money." � r---'^ }:i?^:^A!^\^!}:i Xho prpseputot's xritu here stepped fbnraid and said fb%t iiM i^l^^ would nfever b* aWeto do a day's work again. \' The Chairman-" Let the deifisndant be Jitought an tf^'-mondM &b?ft� ing, when, if he cannot find some recompense, he mu