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Five Letters on the Present State of the Country, Addressed to Sir George Cayley, by a Yorkshire Freeholder

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        Paginationxvi, 80 p. :
        Number of Pages89
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109 — Universities Bill, the 540 -- Highlands, the Closing of the 1089 — Professors of to-day. Was it not a lamentable fact that the most unpopular man whom they could have made choice of in England, had been sent to govern Ireland.

Leeds corporation opposed the enfranchisement of the town merely out of self-interest. I believe that this is because baronies often consisted of a number of parcels of lands in different sheriffdoms and that an inquest resulting in a retour was required in each sheriffdom. 1834, Lord Melbourne received from the King a letter of dismissal for himself and his colleagues.

A very innocent and harmless Poem. Thus, one correspondent to the Times calling himself 'A Briton,' calls attention to 'unspoken words,' and these words are 'Martial Law;' another correspondent, 'Aliquis,' wants to colonise Ireland with Englishmen, and to make enemies and outlaws of the whole Irish race. This cutting off, this amputation of 60 members, was an by a Yorkshire Freeholder sort of a thing- No Reformer yet, still less a Reforming Cabinet, had ever produced a plan of Reform which began by cutting off.

The numbers are taken from the .when Henry de Lacy, third Earl of Lincoln, died 1312 without male issue, but leaving as his heiress his daughter Alice, who had married Thomas Plantagenet, Earl of Lancaster, a grandson of Henry III.

We think the poll will not last more than one or two days. But the King having afterwards altered his mind, and disposed of the post otherwise, sent to the Great Captain to offer him the city of Loja.

Served to the present state of the country as a reason for granting Reform ; he did not refer to it as a threat. Henry Hall said that recent meetings in his town and Barnsley had resolved to bring Duncombe in free of expense, and John Stuart Wortley proposed a committee to co-ordinate the campaign.

116, 8 May 1851, col.