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INCLUDING THE TIME BETWEEN JANUARY THE 6TH,
AND MARCH THE 31st, 1821.
But Hist, 15
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
No. 1. Jan. 6th, "A New Year's approaching Summer, and on the
“Gift to the Farmers." Explaining GRIDIRON !
9. March 3. Letter III, to Mr. Peel,
| 10. March 10. To the FARMERS'
" TO THB LETTER FROM THE KING 11. March 17. Letter to Mr. Gooch,
on the out-cry of the Farmers, and
12. March 24. Observations on the
the symptoms exhibited by the Naples, and on the probable conse-
the Battle between the Land and Viscount Folkestone, on the Grand
| Giddy, Mr. Davies, 582.
Gooch, Mr. 713, 570,
. Hamilton, Lord Archibald, 283..
Heygate, Mr. Alderman, 293, 300.
Holland, Dr. 298.
Holland, Lord, 147, 171, 208. .
Hay, Parson, 897...
Hobhouse, Sir B. 507.
Hobhouse, Mr. 779.
Hook, Theodore, 699.
Hume, Mr. 633.
Hibernicus Juridicus, 280.
Huskisson, Mr. 497, 575.
Knight, Mr. 421.. .
Lawley, Mr. 439.
Lafontaine, M. 424.
Lewis, Mr. Frankland, 500.
Lockart, Mr. 308. 574.
Liverpool, Lord, 381.
Lopez, Sir M. M. 123, 438, 766. io.
Mackintosh, Sir James, 184, 326, 457,
Malthus, Parson, 511.
Mear, Mr. 535.
Sumner, Mr. Holme, 403. .
.* Spooner, 390. .
Taylor, Mr. M. A. 586.
Tavistock, Marquis of, 160, 170. ..
Tierney, Mr. 266, 297, 389, 397, 428.
Thistlewood, 600. . .il
Tooke, Mr. 139.
Tubb, Miss M. L.N., 135. ...?
W. . and I
Ward, Mr. 546. "
Waithman, Mr. 125.
Wellington, Duke of, 591.
1 Wetherell, Mr. 269, 287, 323, 326.
Western, Mr. 36, 140, 773. .
Wortley, Mr. S. 694.
Wilson, Sir R. 708, 813.
Wood, Mr. Alderman, 327.
Whitbread, Mr. 241, 558.
White, Mr. Luke, 766. ..,
Wynne, Mr. Charles, 396.
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York, Sir J. S. 792., . . *
3. INDEX OF PLACES.
· Austria, 368, 788."
Portarlington, 364.* *
Prussia, 358, 788.****
Rome, 791. ..
Russia, 358, 788.",
:5, Sicily, 794.
Venice, Gulf of, 79 ,
ANY MONEY!!!. Any money will be given for a NET, so ingeniously and curiously con. trived as to catch, and hold in safe custody, all and every one of the small , fishes, and to let any BIG fish (that may happen to be caught) shuffle out ; and shuffle out in such a way, too, that no one shall be able to see a breach in the Net! The Net will be wanted in about three recks, which will be the beginning of the fishing-season. Net-Weavers are earnestly called on to come forward. There is no time to be lost!! Any money will be given for this purpose. Apply to the ļIcad of the Rump. Il application be made hy letter, write “ Net" on the outside, in order to insure the letter's being opened. iw WANTED VERY MUCH !!! ...
A Cork-Jacket, that will keep from sjoking big promise and small perfois ; mance, thundering threats and shy attacks, folly and conceit, meanness and pride, fits of loquacity and fits of dumbness, all buttoned up in one and the . same waistcoat and covered by one and the same hat. Apply as above, and in precisely the same way, only putting “ Cork" instead of “ Net,” on the outside of the Letter.-N.B. Both articles are wanted as soon as possible, and will be equally well paid for; but, the NET is wanted first. That article is absolutely indispensible,
men by whole classes. This is a NEW YEAR'S GIFT
...very greedy hunter after place,
as a rat dislikes the cat which · THE FARMERS.
guards the cheese and bacon. Explaining the causes of their This accusation of his is false. I
and never marked out any class of impending ruin.".
men for proscription. If I have
fan antipathy to stock-jobbers or London, Jan. 1, 1821, seat-sellers, my antipathy is war. FARMERS, . ..ranted by law as well as by rea-, There is a Scotch lawyer who son. These men are continually has accused me of proscribing 'acting in open violation of the
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