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COBBETT'S WEEKLY REGISTER.
vol. 48.-No. 1.] LoNDoN, SATURDAY, October 4, 1823. [Price 6d.
Published every Saturday Morning, at Seven o'clock.
* “This Bill (Mr. Peel's) 'was grounded on concurrent Reports of both.
“Houses; it was passed by unanimous votes of both Houses; it was; at the “close of the Session, a subject of high eulogium in the Speaker's Speech to : “the Regent, and in the Regent's Speech to the two Houses: now, then, I, , “William Cobbett, assert, that, to carry this Billinto effect is impossible; and “I say, that, if this Bill be carried into full effect, I will give Castlereagh “leave to lay me on a Gridiron and broil me alive, while Sidmouth may stir “the coals, and Canning stand by and laugh at my groans.”—Taken from , Cobbett's Register, written at North Hempstead, Long Island, on the 24th of September, 1819, and published in England in November, 1819. "
-- " -: , . . . . . . . . expressed in the above motto, has ... TO MR. PEEL. . .
been verified, instead of having LETTER II, been falsified, as has been so many thousand times asserted by
Shoring that his Bill has not
the lying and ignorant and prosbeen carried into effect.
tituted press of the Wen. My ., T : . . . . . . . assertion, as I stated it before,
Sin, Kensington, October * was, that it was impossible to
This Letter must do that which carry your Bill into full effect; . I proposed to do in my last; and, I am now going to prove, namely, prove, that the opinion, that it has not been carried into
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