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Pare 1829. brought forward by the DUKE and Sir
ROBERT PEEL, as the best means of
482 The difficulties of the government go on
increasing: the means of the nation
483 1830. Great distress in the country: the people,
at last, fixed on a reform of the parlia.
485 The new king's angry speech on proroguing the parliament i..
ib, The Duke of Wellington's declaration
against Reform, on the same day .... 487 The rage of the people at hearing this de
claration : the gross insults which the
Par. 1830. The sort of life that he led from the year
1822 to the day of his death ...... 492 The memorable burial-day of the $0.
VEREIGN": conduct of the people
of London on this occasion 493 The base adulation of royalty which became fashionable
494 The CHARACTER of “the SOVE
REIGN ": the severe punishment of the Messrs. Hunt, of the ExaMINER newspaper, for having spoken of him : the cowed-down state of the press : the prosecution of the same gentlemen for an alleged libel on the dead
sovereigns, dead or alive
BURDENS which the Big
REIGN" left on the backs of his people, and to which he had added a per
manent weight of nine millions a year TABLE (from official accounts) showing the
amount, in each year of this regency and reign, of the Taxes, of the Col. LECTION, and of the cost of Debt, ARMY, Navy, ORDNANCE, CIVILLIST, Secret Services, and the amount of money voted out of the taxes
for the church parsons
Par. Monstrousness of this taxation and expenditure,...
503 1830. It now shakes all the ancient institutions and all property....
ib. SUFFERINGS, privations, ruin, and misery
of the people, arising from these bur-
504 IN THE CHURCH abuses
churches suffered to fall down : the
and spent at a distance:
misery of the people increases; till, at
man to take food where he can find it. 506 NEW AND SEVERE LAWS to check this
increase of crime : a total departure
507 A fearful looking forward towards that
which is to come, as the final and natu-
IN DE X.
British government in stopping their trade with
Seamen on board American ships impressed by
Merchants of, opposed to a war with England. 149
Congress pass an act declaring war against Ing-
Conspiracy against the government of, defeated,