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Contents of Volume XLIX.
bis proposition for placing Mr.
9.-To the Chancellor of the Exche-
-Trees and Seeds.-Mr. Deller.
teel Residence at Farnham, Sur-
of Mr. John Hunt, for Printing 10.—To the Chancellor of the Exche-
of Commons, on the 23d of Fe-
United States. - Stock-Jobbing 11.-Game Bill.- To the Chancellor of
Practical Botanists.--Turnip and
7.-King's Speech. - Poaching Re-
13.—To Mr. Stuart Wortley, on the
Game Bill, as Amended by the
kins; to the Subscribers to the pute. - American Apple and
Vol. 49.No. 1.) LÒNDON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1824. [Price 6d.
Published every Saturday Morning, at Seven o'Clock.
speech, it will be necessary that
I lay before my readers the part
of the speech to which I particu-
“ It was stated at the com-
a great effort was then making in
countries, and that it appeared to
be conducted with extraordinary
so far, very different from what was
then anticipated. Of events in that
from which we derive our origin,
ments the most friendly, in favour
fellow men on that side of the At-
lantic.' In the wars, of the Euro-
pean Powers, in matters relating
our policy so to do. It is only
Printed and Published by J. M. COBBETT, No. 183, Fleet-street.