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sbort; the condition, however, having im-1 with Beef, Lamb, Veal and Pork, at nothing proved, particularly ibe Esser and Kentish beyond Friday's prices. samples, aud a demand existing for York

The Beasts appeared to consist of about shire account as well as on the part of our equal numbers of Devons, short-horns, Scots, owo millers, all the better descriptions were and Norfolk home-breds (principally) steers taken off hand at an advance of full Is. per and oxen, cbiefly, as will be seen beneath, quarter from last Monday, and for extra fine from Norfolk, with a few from Suffolk, Essex, parcels 25. more money was realized ; se- Cambridge mire, Lincoloshire, Leicestershire, condary qualities were also the turn dearer, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, and the and at the close of the market little was left westera districts; with about 100 Sussex upsold. The few samples offering of free beasts, as many Herefords, as many Welsh foreign Wbeat of good quality fully partici- ruuts, and about the same number of shortpated in the improvement.

horned Cows, with a few Staffords,&c, from In Bonded Corn we heard of no transactioos. the vicinage of London, and various other

Barley was ia limited supply; bright Malt- quarters. ing descriptions obtained sale at an advance Pull three-fifths of the Sheep were new of Is. per quarter on the prices of this day Leicesters, of the South Down and white week, although no improvement is to be noted faced crusses, in about the proportion of two on Friday's terms; secondary and inferior of the former to four of the latter; about oneparcels were in limited request at former fifth South Downs; and the remaining fifth

about equal numbers of Kents, Kentish halfMalt continued to move slowly off hand.

breds, polled Norfolks, and old Leicesters and Oats met with a fair demand at the cur- Lincolns, with a few borned Norfolks, horded rency of last Monday.

and polled Scotch and Welsh sheep, horned Beans were steady at last week's improve. Dorsets, &c. ment.

Peas, without alteration, the government contract for 500 quarters pot being of sufficient importance to affect the trade in the

MARK-LANE.-Friday, March 22. article.

The arrivals this week are small. The Flour in steady demand at former quotations. prices are full as high as on Monday.. Wheat Rye

32s. to 34s. Barley

21s. to 23s. fine..

• 30s. to 345,
Peas, White
30s. to 32s.


36s. to 38s.

28s. to 293.

3 per cent. Pri. Sat. (Mon Tues,Wed,] Thar. Beans, Smalt...,

S. to -S.
Cons, Ann. 884 881 885 88 88

88 88 Tick

27s. to 29s. Oats, Scotch Potato

22s. to 24s, Feed

13s. to 18s. Flour, per sack

48s, to 50s,

Bacon, Middles, new, 38s. to 43s. per cwt.
Sides, new ... 40s. to 44s.

New Edition.
Pork, Iudia, new....

120s. Od. to s. Mess, new ... 70s. to -s. per barl. COBBETT'S Spelling-Book Butter, Belfast ....76s. to 80s. per cwt.

(Price 2s.)
Carlow .....72s, to 82s.
Cork ...... 74s. to 78s.

Containing, besides all the usual matter of
Limerick ..745, to 76s.

such a book, a clear and concise
Waterford..66s. to 72s.
....60s, to 67s.

Cheese, Cheshire....52s, to 72s.
Gloucester, Double..50s. to 60s.

This I have written by way of
Gloucester, Single... 48s, to 50s.
.......50s, to 53s.

A Stepping-Stone to my own
Gouda 48s. to 52s.

Grammar; Hams, Irish......... ..43s. to 54s.

such a thing having been frequently sug.

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TIONS.This is the Book which was the English Tax-payers. A new edition, with a Postscript, containing an account of the Prices foundation of all the knowledge that I have of Houses and Land, recently obtained from Price is 17s., and the manner of its execution is

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preceded by a Map, showing, in the same
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Boroughs, and Market Towas.

Are added ; first, a Statistical Table of all the

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who live upon the taxes. You would
see some of them rolling about in
equipages worth a thousand pounds
each, while so many of you who toil so
many hours in the day walk about bare-
foot, and sleep upon beds of straw.

The first thing to do is to describe to
you as nearly as I can the manner in
which the House does its work. Op-
pression and misery naturally produce
petitions. In order to get this work
done, the House meets, three times in the

week, at 12 o'clock, breaks up at three; PEOPLE OF OLDHAM.

meets again at five, and then begins St. James's Park, Westminster,

with other business. In order that each 28. March, 1833.

member may have his turn in presente MY FRIENDS,

ing petitions, the names of the members You were frequently told by me and who have petitions are entered on 'a list. my most worthy colleague, that we Judge you how this matter stands, when : were strongly of the opinion, that we I tell you that I have now very nearly

should find but very few persons in this three score petitions in my hands, from
Parliament disposed to second our ef- all parts of England, from Wales, from

forts in causing a reduction of taxation Scotland, from Ireland ; about thirty-
to take place, and we told you, as you four of them against the military-law
yourselves indeed know, that no other bill for Ireland, and signed by about
efforts would be worthy of our atten- fifty-thousand men ; amongst these are
tion. It is our duty to keep you in- petitions from Great Yarmouth, in
formed, not only of what we do, but of Norfolk, from the city of Norwich,
the reasons that prevent us from doing, from Preston, and from Manchester, the
or from attempting to do, more than last signed by about sixteen thousand
that which we do, or attempt to do. men; by great numbers of the princi-
You have seen
one thing which we pal merchants

and manufacturers, have set about, namely, a complete ex- amongst whose names is that of Thomas posure of the laws and practices rela- Potter ; by seven clergymen ; and, aptive to the duties on stamps and on auc- parently, by a large part of the tradestions. This subject is to come before men of that enlightened and industrious the House again in a few days; and, it town. With this bundle of petitions, will then be seen how the House will quite as much as a stout boy can carry, treat this important matter ; and I will I have attended punctually at the House take care that you shall have a clear for about a fortnight without being able understanding of the whole matter. to present any one of them. I will give Other important matters will then be a list of all the petitions by-and-by, impre brought on by one or other of us ; and order that those who have sent them thus, in succession, you will be made may see that there is no negligence on fully acquainted with all the causes of my part. Mr. Fielden has a great many your poverty; of all the causes of your petitions also committed to his charge. receiving so small a pittance for your and he is just in the situation that I am. labour, and so small a reward for your That you may have some idea of a day's industry in trade, while, if you were to work in the House of Commons, I will come to London, you would find your here insert from the parliamentary eyes dazzled with the splendour of those papers, the day's work of yesterday.


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Wednesday, 27. March.

of Wesleyan Methodists of AH 1. Stretton upon Dansmore Church · Saints Poplar, and St. Anne, Lime

Bill: read third time, and passed. house; of Minister and Congrega2. Rugby and Hinckley Road Bill: tion of the Poplar Episcopal Cha

read second time, and committed. pel; of Sion Chapel, Whitechapel; 3. Storrington Road Bill; Petition of of Congregation of the Episcopal

Inhabitants of Storringten and Jews' Chapel, St. Matthew, Beth-
Rackham, against : referred to the nal Green of Minister, Church-
Committee on the Bill; Counsel wardens, Overseers, and Inhabit-

ants of Croscombe; of Inhabitants 4. Highbury Place Road Bill; Petition ; of Glastonbury; of Checkley and

of Trustees for' paving, lighting, Croxden ; of Cheadle; of Grand and repairing the Roads in the Jury at the Lent Assizes

for parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, the County of Kent; of the against : to lie on the Table.

Inhabitants and Householders of 5. Sabbath ; Petitions for the better Tonbridge; of the Minister,

observance thereof; of Ministers Churchwardens, and Inhabitants of
of the Church of Scotland consti- Knockholt ; of Inhabitants of Mar-
tuting the Presbytery of Chanomy; gate ; and of Bristol : to lie on
of Heritors and Inhabitants of New the Table.
Cúmnock; of Inhabitants of Kirk- 6. House and Window Duties; Peti-
patrick, of Harthill; of Spratton; tions for the repeal thereof; of
of Burwardsley; of the Mayor, Churchwardens and Overseers of
Alderman, Burgesses, and lubabit- Christchurch, Surrey; of Vestry-
ants of Congleton ; of Inhabitants men and 'Inhabitant Householders
of Malpas; of Newcastle-under- of St. Paul, Shadwell; and, of In-
Lyme ; of Kincardine (Ross); of habitant Householders of St.
Minister and Male Inhabitants of George, Middlesex: to lie on the
the district connected with the Table.
Government Church of Kinloch 7. Metropolitan Police Act; Petition of
Luichart; of Heritors, Kirk Ses- the Churchwardens and Overseers
sion, Heads of Families, and others, of the parish of Christchurch, Sur-
in Unuy; of Magistrates, Heritors, rey, for exempting that parish from
Parochial Authorities, and com- the operation thereof; to lie on
munity at large, of Fortrose and the table.
Rosemarket; of Inhabitants of S. Disturbances (Ireland) Bill; Peti-
Kiltearn; of Minister, Elders, and tions against; of Inhabitants of Ca-
Members of the Parliamentary trine; of Kilwinning; of West
Church at Croick; of Inhabitants Kilbride; of Palmerstown, Lucan;

of Middlewich; of Magistrates, and Clondalkin; of Wakefield DSL Clergy, and Inhabitants of Ber.

of Rye; of Cumnock; of Freemondsey; of Wesleyan Methodists, holders and Inhabitants of Killar

Southwark Chapel, Long - lane, ney; of Inhabitants of Moypalty; 3. Borough; of Inhabitants of Greas. of Derrypatrick; of Mauchline; sving

boropgh; of Rawmarsh; of Tad, of a Society calling itself the Beith i saster; of Giggleswick; of Rother

Agricultural Political Union; of ham; of Clergy, Churchwarden, Inhabitants of Killskeen and Bal. Constable, and Overseers of the Jinlough ; of Johnstown; and, of Poor of Gomersall? of Ministers Freeholders and Leaseholders of and Congregation of the Church Seapatrick : to lie on the Table. of the Holy Trinity, Chelsea ; of 9. Church and State; Petition of Inha. Mayer, Magistrates, Clergy, and bitants of Cumnock, praying for Inhabitants of Chesterfield; of In

entire separation between habitants of Bakewell; of Whit- Church and State, leaving the sup: tington; of Bushey (Hertford) port of the

Church to the volun.



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