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COBBETT'S

WEEKLY REGISTER.

VOLUME LXII.

FROM JUNE 30, TO SEPTEMBER 22, 1827.

LONDON:

Printed and Published by WILLIAM COBBETT, No. 183, Fleet Street.

1827.

Bith ful A
Br 120.9

Seemner funds

NOV 11 1881

CONTENTS OF VOLUME LXIII.

No.

1. SETTING THE THING AT

REST.-Corn Bill.—Mr. Brougham's

Speech.–Tulip Tree Wood.-City

Auditor.

2. - KING'S SPEECH. “ Roman
Senator!”—Protestant

“Reforma-
tion."-Spitalfields Petition.-Mr.

Brougham at Liverpool.

3.- ABBEYS AND PRIORIES.

4.-To THE HAMPSHIRE PAR-

SONS.—Canning, Huskisson, and

Burdett. - Tom Tit.—Gardening.

Protestant “ Reformation.". Το

Correspondents.

5.-NEW CHURCHES. — Cobbett's

Nursery Ground. - Gardening.

Protestant“ Reformation.'
6.-"THE CHURCH IN DANGER!!!”

-Scotch Influence.-To Mr. Cob-

bett.--Protestant “Reformation."

7.-DEATH OF CANNING.–Turn-

pike Extortions.

No.

8. – CANNING'S BURIAL. To

Hampshire Parsons. Turnpike

Tolls.—The Exchanges.—To Wm.

Cobbett, Esq.-Canning.–Stamped

Register.
9.-MR. BROUGHAM'S POLITICAL

APOSTACY. The Exchanges.
Catholic Aristocracy and Lawyers.

-To the Editor of the Register. --

To the Whig Ministry.

10.-To MY DISCIPLES. — Fools at

Liverpool.—Error in last Register.

--Vegetable Marrow.-New Protes-

tant Reformation.

11.-TO THE RADICAL REFORMERS.

12. — BURDETT'S LIBERALITY.

More New Notes. — Sir Richard

Phillips. – To Correspondents.
13.- MEXICAN BONDS. - Chair and

Wands.—The Exchanges. — Value of

Church and Abbey Lands. - Real

Cause of the Distresses.-To Corre-

spondents.

VOL. 63.-No. 1.] LONDON, SATURDAY, June 30, 1827. [Price 6d.

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Kensington, 27th June, 1827. Jany length.

any, length. MR. DAVENPORT, MY FRIENDS,

who is, I have heard, a member I am going to notice what for some place in the north, wishpassed, relative to the paper-ed, it would seem to have a Come money, during the debate, or, mittee to inquire into the causes jather, the talk, upon Mr. Da- of the distress of the country; VENPORT's, motion of the 14th and, in his speech, he expressed instant, which I mentioned in a a most anxious desire to see the former Register, but on which I QUESTION OF THE CURhad not then time to remark at RENCY SET AT REST!

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Printed and Published by WILLIAM COBEETT, No. 183, Fleet-street.

(ENTERED AT STATIONERS' HALL.]

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