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thing in it that we can object to. If ride; and when the rider gets off,
Good or bad, you have nothing origiThis is the high-Tory paper. We are, nal here. Observe the sexflua flumina nevertheless, not without a liking for of the Times for one week through, look the Standard, because its readers find in in the waters of each murky stream, it what everybody likes, a great deal of take notice of the objects borne alung in cleverness. The editor has too much the morning's fiond, turgid yyith what sense to employ it as he does, and be, the elements of mischief have contriat the same time, sincere : it is appa
buted to it during the preceding night; rent, that his real convictions are, upon turn to the Globe of each evening folmost points of importance, pretty nearly lowing, and you will see that this is, at the very reverse of what he says.
The best, but a branch of the great overStandurd's writing is not, as some think, swollen river. But “ satius est fontes of a merely superficial order, and he is, petere quum sectari rivulus” is a good certainly, the most generally engaging, maxiın ; if you must watch any such the most straight to the mark, spright- dirty waters at all, you may as well conly, and humorous, of them all. In the fine your inspection altogether to those race be undertakes to run, he is, now of the one they first come from. The and then, necessarily driven to make Globe, then, is the same, only in a smal. desperate bolts from the course which ler way, as the Times.
The contents true logic marks out. We have often of its cup are derived from the dregs of laughed to see him when he is obliged the other one's urn ; its bowl-dish is to take notice of a sound argument with filled by a shake-up of his bucket. which he would fain have nothing to do. Pinched between the strict parallels of a syllogism, like a dog with a cleft stick,
From the LONDON GAZETTE, he does not, however, run off as common curs do in such cases, but ma
FRIDAY, FEB. 22, 1833. nages to claim some honour from the
INSOLVENT. disgrace by the sportive mode in which GARLAND, GEORGE, Petworth, Sussex, he deals with his difficulty. The innkeeper. Standard, moreover, is endowed with
BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. one negative blessing, which, now-adays, is a great one. He never wears MYERS, MYER, Birmingham, factor. out your patience before he has disposed WRIGHT, JOHN, Liverpool, silk mercer. of the subject to which he draws your
BANKRUPTS. attention ; never has a dull article.
CLARK, W. A., Bishopsgate-street, wineTHE COURIER.
EVANS, J., Haverfordwest, baker. you
would know what ability and JAMES, T., otherwise ROLLAND, Walcot, what views are to be found in the Cou- Somersetshire, letter of horses and gigs. rier, you have but to consider what are MAY, G., Evesham, Worcestershire, bookthose of the existing government itself. NEWBOLD, W., Birmingham, leather-seller, If you are acquainted with the latter, you PIERCY, E., Titchborve-street, Gulden-sq., need not look into the Courier to see what that paper is. This is the hack, RICH, G., Curzon-street, May-fair, tailor. which each succeeding administration SANDERS,'s., Tutuess, Devonshire, coachbridles and saddles at its own conve- builder. nience, and with which each has “ a SIMSON, J.M., Frating, Essex, cattle-jobber,
WINGFIELD, E. J., Pontypool, Monmouth. Peas heavy sale; boilers at a decline of shire, tavern-keeper.
1s. aod Maple at ls. to 2s. per quarter.
In Flour Do alteration. The principal TUESDAY, Feb. 26, 1633.
country markets, by the advices received this
morning, appeared to bave assumed a firmer BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED.
tove, and although an immediate improve." LEADBEATER, J. and J. BARLOW, Man- ment was not anticipated, yet in many inchester, cabinet-makers.
stances the prevailing opinion seemed to be, WOOLBERT,J.H., Russell-square, jeweller. that the quotations have attained their mi
54s. to 60s. BENNETT, E., Merstham, Surrey, smith. Rye....
...................... 32s. to 34s BROWN, C., Brigys, Lincolnsbire, cheinist. Barley
21s. to 23s. CARDWELL, T., Manchester, merchant.
30s. to 32s, CLARKE, W., Worcestershire, builder. Peas, White
30s. to 34s, DEFFURN, T., Soho, corn-dealer.
36s. to 40s. GALGER, J., Beaminster, Dorsetshire, grocer.
30s. to 34s, GREAVES, H., Leicester, grocer.
-S, to -8, GREENLEY, D. jun., Goswell-st, victualler.
28s. to 30s. GUNNING, W.B., Egham, Surrey, bricklayer.
Oats, Scotch Potato
22s. to 24s, HARRISON, J. S., Bath, picture-dealer.
13s. to 185. LOCKIER, D., Brighton, victualler.
Flour, per sack ............
48s, to 50s. MUCKLOW, J., Birmingham, stamper.
PROVISIONS. PINE, J., jun , Devonport, victualler. TINSLAY, G., Portman-square, victualler. Bacon, Middles, new, -5. to -S. per cwt. TOPHAM, R., Dock-bead, Bermondsey, li
Sides, new...-s. to —S. nen-draper.
Pork, India, pew....
125s. Od. to -5. WHITE, G. N., Albany-road, coal-merchant. Mess, new ...72s. 6d. to -s. per barl.
Butter, Belfast ...80s. to 82s. per cwt. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATION.
.....76s. to 86s.
Cork ......75s. to 78s.
Limerick .. 755. to 76s.
....68s. to 78s.
Cheese, Cheshire....54s. to 74s. MARK-Lane, CORN-EXCHANGE, Feb. 25.
Gloucester, Double..50s. to 62s. The supplies of Wheat from Kent and Essex,
Gloucester, Single. .. 48s, to 525. and especially from Suffolk, were moderate,
40s. to 48s. although the stands were tolerably well filled,
40s. to 48s. owing to the samples that had come to hand Hams, Irish....
......50s. to 60s. duriog Friday and Saturday. The quality of many of the runs were damp and rough, particularly those from Essex. Fine descriptions continued scarce, and were in demand at
SMITHFIELD.-Feb. 25. fully Munday's currency. All secundary par. cels, and those out of condition, were difficult This day's supply of Beasts was, for that of to quit, though they might have been pur- a Lent Monday, moderately good; but the chased on lower terms, and at the termination supply of sheep, Calves, and Purkers was liof the market only a limited clearance had mited. Trade, owing to advanced prices being been effected. Old Wheats, both English and pretty generally and stiffly demauded, was, Foreign, met with inquiry, and were firm at libroughout, very dull. With Beef and Mutton former rates. In bouded Corn po business at an advance of 2d.; Veal at a depression of transacted.
from 4d. to 6d. per stone; with Pörk at FriThe show of barley, with the addition of day's quotations. last week's arrivals added to this morning's About two fifths of the Beasts appeared to supplies, was large. Fue bright qualities be Scots and Norfolk home-breds, chiefly from were in request at the top quotations, but Norfolk, with a few from Essex, Suffolk, and stained descriptions as well as distilling and Cambridgeshire; about one-fifth short-horus grinding lots, hung very heavily on hand, and Oxen and Steers, with a few short-borned were almost nominal in value.
Cows and Heifers, principally from LincolnMalt sustained no improvement either in shire, Leicestershire, and Northamptonshire; demand or price.
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it was clear to me that they would be joined, upon the very first division, by the Tories ; that henceforth these would become one consolidated faction ; that there would not be above from twenty to fifty men, to make a stand against this united body; but that, if the people did their duty; if they were vigiJant, really active, always ready to come to the support of that thirty, forty, or fifty men, those men would finally
prevail, and obtain justice for the people, READERS OF THE REGISTER. without convulsion and confusion.
What I foretold has happened thus Bolt-court, 3. March, 1833.
far. The two factions have united.; MY FRIENDS,
and all the other circumstances, calling The first thing necessary to be done for the exertions of the people have by me is, to continue and to complete, arisen, and are now staring that people as far as I can at present, the instruc- in the face. tions, or rather the advice which it is my I shall here say nothing about the redduty to tender to those who are disposed coat-tribunal bill, which is now before to listen to that advice. From the mo- the House of Commons, that being a subment that the Reform Bill was passed, ject to be discussed elsewhere; but I call until the very hour of my entering into the attention of my readers to a subject the House of Commons, I constantly which, eventually, they will find to be was endeavouring to implant in the of even greater importance than this ; minds of my readers the important namely, the subject of TAXATION. truth, that all my efforts, and all the This is the pivot on which every thing efforts of others who might be disposed will turn. Here it is that every memto co-operate with me, for the purpose ber will be brought to the test. And, of obtaining justice for the people; that due respect for that body to which I all these efforts, however well directed, myself now belong, as well as that jushow clearly soever founded in truth, tice which dictates to me not to take and having the safety and honour of advantage of my having this publication the country in their eye ; that all these at my command; these circumstances efforts would be of no avail, unless the bid nie express my hope, or, at least, enemies of justice saw that we had the my own anxious wish, that all the memmain body of the people clearly and hers of the House of Commons may unequivocally on our side. I call to come out of the trial, which that test witness the thousands who heard me will produce, with honour to themselves last fall, from Brading in the Isle of and satisfaction to their constituents ; Wight, to Dunfermline in the county of and, in order to enable them to come
I call these thousands to bear to a just decision upon the matter, no witness, that I told them that the Re-pains have been, and no pains will be, form Bill was, of itself, nothing worth ; spared by me. that the reform was now to be made ; This is so very important a matter, that the burdens were to be taken from that I will,,even here, give a little acthe backs of the people; that my opi. count of what has been done thus far, nion was, that the present Ministers were and of what I intend to do with regard determined not to take one ounce of "o it. My readers well know, that I these burdens from those backs; that have brought before the House, the