The Reformers' Gazette, Volume 5

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Muir, Gowans, and Company, 1835
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Page 274 - Suit may plead the General Issue, and give this Act and the Special Matter in Evidence...
Page 274 - ... or if the plaintiff or plaintiffs shall be nonsuited, or discontinue his, her, or their action or suit, after the defendant or defendants shall have appeared, or if, upon demurrer...
Page 168 - Sir, (added he) go back to those who sent you, and acquaint them, that no officer of mine shall attend soldiers ; and let them know at the same time, that the laws of this kingdom are not to be executed by the sword : these matters belong to the civil power, and you have nothing to do with them.
Page 220 - Let him follow me ! By oppression's woes and pains By your sons in servile chains ! We will drain our dearest veins, But they shall be free ! Lay the proud usurpers low ! Tyrants fall in every foe ! Liberty's in every blow ! — Let us do or die...
Page 178 - Age bids me speak! nor shall the advice I bring Distaste the people, or offend the king: "Cursed is the man, and void of law and right, Unworthy property, unworthy light, Unfit for public rule, or private care, That wretch, that monster, who delights in war; Whose lust is murder, and whose horrid joy, To tear his country, and his kind destroy!
Page 263 - I am confident, fully participate in the regret which I feel at the destruction, by accidental fire, of that part of the ancient Palace of Westminster, which has been long appropriated to the use of the two Houses of Parliament. Upon the occurrence of this calamity, I gave immediate directions that the best provision, of which the circumstances of the case would admit, should be made for your present meeting...
Page 274 - ... and have the like remedy for the same as any defendant hath by law in other cases...
Page 289 - Even unto this present hour we both hunger, and thirst, and are naked, and are buffeted, and have no certain dwellingplace; And labour, working with our own hands...
Page 264 - I recommend to your consideration whether it may not be in your power, after providing for the exigencies of the public service, and consistently with the steadfast maintenance of the public credit, to devise a method for mitigating the pressure of those local charges which bear heavily on the owners and occupiers of land ; and for distributing the burden of them more equally over other description
Page 264 - I will give directions that there be laid before you articles which I have concluded with my allies the King of the French, the Queen of Spain, and the Queen of Portugal, which are supplementary to the Treaty of April 1834, and are intended to facilitate the complete attainment of the objects contemplated by that Treaty.

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