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my hand, than 1 long to be at| COBBETT'S PUBLICATIONS. another. My next is a Letter 10
| The Last Volume of the Registhe “ Great Young Statesman”
ter (Vol. 38) is now complete, bound Mr. Peel, whose prompter in boards, price Seven ShillingS. (thanks to a correspondent) I It begins with the New Year's gift to found in a dunderheaded Doctor found in dunderbended Doctor the furmers. It contains the Sermon of the Universäty of Oxford A to the Good Methodists ; the first three of the Universty T agora. A Letters to dir. Peel ; and several other very suitable source of a measure papers, wbich may be useful at this that has thrown the system into time, when the system is in its agony. hystericks! Aye, aye; let her
The Volume has a Table of Contents
and an Index.-COLBETT's MONTHLY fall by the hands of her former
RELIGIOUS Tracts. The two first supporters.— I have just this mo Numbers are out. The first, “ Nament (Thursday) read, that the “ both's Vineyard; or, God's venBoard of Agriculture is to be abo
“ geance against hypocrisy and cru
“elly.” The second, “ The Sin of lished. It was high time! This “ Drunkenness in Kings, Priests and thing, which was established by “ People." Each of these Numbers Pitt, amidst his wanton waste,
has gone through several large edi
tions, and the work makes the “ Tract has cost the nation, in real money,“ Society” tremble for the fate of its more than a hundred thousand veritable trash. Cant and rant canpounds. Sir JOHN SINCLAIR, not make head against plain common who was the hatcher of it, was a
sense. The price of the “ Religious
“ Tract” is three pence. Many perdriveller in agriculture as well as
sons have expressed a wish that the politics. But, this thing has been Tract came out more frequently; but, very mischievous to the nation. I at present, this would not be conve
nient to the author. He must have Its present . Secretary, Webb
time for other things. While he neHALL, who appears to be as bra- glects not the 6 mint and cummin,” he zen and as ignorant a man as ever must attend to the “ weightier matters existed, has been the organizer
" of the law." While he fails not to
write his Monthly Tracts, he must not and arscipliner or the brand forget his Weekly Duty towards the “ Agricultural body of Dele-System, especially now that Corrup“ gaies," now sitting in London. tion herself is at her wit's end. The
Six Acts make an exception in favour It was high time to stifle a pest
of " Religious Publications; and, the like this. I thank the Ministers author thought it hard, if he could not for doing it; and I am, besides, get his nose, at any rate, into the pripleased with the thing, as a sign/vileged class.- COBBETT's Gram
MAR, a new and neat edition, price that they mean to push the
25, 6d., bound in boards. It was in66 Lords of the Soil” to extremity, tended for the use of young persons in in which, mind you my friends, general, and especially for the use of they must have all the support soldi
soldiers, sailors, apprentices and
plough boys ; but, the author has disthat we can give them! Never
covered, (in rather an odd manner) mind, who they are, or what they that it is in great vogue amongst have done to us. I would support
" statesmen ;” and, God knows, it
was not before it was wanted by them! . even Sidmouth in an enterprize
- COBBETT's Year's ResideNCE like this. Let us have gold, and
IN America, a thick volume in Ocwe will soon have Reform. . tavo. 10s. bound in boards. Very
useful for those who want to know what America really is. A New Edition of PAPER AGAINST Gold, that complete history and
exposure of the mystery, of thel It would, however, have been ready Bank, the Funds and the Paper-Sys- for the press before this time, had it ters. Price five shillings, bound in not been for the last-mentioned work, boards.- In THE PRESS, the Pre-which he had promised to so many liminary Part of Paper against kind friends. All that he can say, is. Gold, containing the articles written that he thinks to have the French by the author on the subject of the Grammar out during the summer. Sponge, betore the date of Paper But, let it be borne in mind that against Gold. In these articles, the the main business of his life 'piping off of the whole of the Debt is is to watch the motions of Corruption. maintained to be joest, if necessary to He has been dogging her steps for the happiness ofthenation; and, though many years. She has, now-and-then, the Landlords seem not to dare to at- turned upon him and given him a bite tempt it, that does not alter the nature but, now that he sees the bloody monof the thing. The author is satisfied, ster hemmed up in a corner, looking that it must be done at last, though about her in vain for an out-let the “ Lords of the Soil ” will, pro- whereby to escape; when he sees her bably, lose the soil first. Also sides heave and her jaws filled with IN THE Press, a thing that is a great foam, he cannot quit her for iong at a favourite with the author: “ The time. Expire she must ; but, she * AMERICAN Gardener; or, a trea- must not expire without a. last blow 6 tise on the situation, soil, fencing from him. “ and laying-out of Gardens; on the -66 making and managing of hot-beds TITHE-FREE FARM. " and green-houses ; and on the Pro- TO LET, A SMALL COMPACT
"• pagation and Cultivation of the se- FARM, in the Vale of Berkshire. .6 yeral sorts of Table-Vegetables, l in the Parish of Letcomb, in the
“ Herbs. Fruits and Flowers.” The neighbourhood of WANTAGE, consistauthor promised this work to his good ling of a Neat Dwelling House and and kind neighbours in America. It Garden, Barn, Stable, and other comwas principally written in that coun-modius out-buildings, all in good retry; and would have been finished
ed pair; some small paddocks of rich there, had it wot been for Pcel's Bill, Meadow, and Twenty Eight acres of to witness the effects of which made excellent Arable Land, and about him hasten away home. Thanks to
Forty acres of enclosed Down Land, Mr. Peel, the author set off for which last is within a mile of the dear Old England in November; for,
November ; lor, | Farm-House. . The Down Land has a if it had not been for that Bili. I well of good water. The Arable Land the author would have remained 'till lis now in hand, and has seven acres, spring, and then he would have lost sown with wheat. The House and the inexpressible pleasure of seeing lother buildings, and the Down Land Her Majesty arrive! Peel's
Billare held by the present tenant till next
Bill brought him away with his work in an Michaelmas. The farm lies about a unfinished state. It is now finished; I mile and a half from Coal, by Waterand, though it be the “ American Carriage. The poor-rates are very 66 Gardener," he thinks it contains low. For further particulars apply in matter more than worth the purchase person, (or by letter, postage paid, money to an English reader, who takes to Mr. WILLIAM CROWDY, at Highdelight in gardening; and, besides the
WORTH. Horticultural inforination, the book contains the best possible account of the climate, and of things connected
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TEMOIRS of HENRY and consequences of despotic power.
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46 Sixpenny Numbers, the present aspect of public affairs, THE TRIAL of HER MA. showing that a fair and undisguised 1 JESTY Caroline Amelia Elizaunion of the Whigs with the Radicals beth, QUEEN of ENGLAND, for an is the only-measure ihat can save the alleged " adulterous intercourse" with country from the effects of military Bartolomeo Bergami.
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