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TTPWARDS of Three Hundred Thousand Casea Ui of well-authenticated Cures , by Morison ' s Pills of the British College of Health , having , through the medium of the press , been laid before the Public , ia surely sufficient proof for Hygeianism . Sold by W . Stubbs , General Agent for Yorkshire , Qneen ' sTerrace ,.- ¦ Roundhay-Road , Leeds ; and Mr . Walker , Brigga- . te , and Mr . Heaton , Briggate ; Mr . Bidger , Sheffield ; Mr . Nichols , Wakofiold ; Mr . Harrison , Bamaley ; Miss Wilson , Rotherham ; Mr . Clayton , Dyncastcr ; Mr . \ Hartley , -Halifax ' j Mr . Stead , Bradford ; Mr . Dewhirst , Hucidersneld j iMr . Brown , i » ewsbury ; Mr . Kiddj Poutefract ; Mr . Beo , Tadcaster ; Mr . Wilkinson , Aberford ; Mr . Mountain , Sherburn ; Mr . Richardson , Selby ; Mr . Walker , Otley ; Mr . Collah , East Witton ; Mr . Laugdale , Knaresbro' and Harrogate ; Mr . Harrison , Ripon ; Mr . Bovrm&n , Richmond ; Mr . Grasby , Bawtry ; Mr . ' Tasker , Skipton ; Mr . Sinclair , Wetherby ; Mr . Rush worth , My thoJiaroyd .
BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS , CASE FROM XUTON , BEDFORDSHIRE , COMMUNICATED BY MR . PH 1 LUP 3 , CHKM 1 ST AND DRUGGIST , TO MR T . I'ROUT , ' 22 i » , STRAND , LONDON . Luton , Bedfordshire , Oct . 19 , 1841 , SIR , —I feel desirous of expressing to you the great betivsni which I have reoeived from the use of i-J . ' s ( xuut and Rheum tic Pills . I have for several years been afflicted with Rheumatism and G . jut , the attacks -of-which wore excessively severe . D . inng < -no of thesu paiutui visitations a kind friend V . i \ - ^ entcd mo widu a bnx ' of Blair ' s Pi . , from the u » j of which Iiuiind immediate relief , and . very soon < 1 itire ; y recovered . At a subsequent period I wa 3 .-: o severely attacked" that I thought it . would be : utwiso to delay placing myself under medical care . 1 aid so ; but not- finding the relief which lexpected , I a > ia . in became my own physician . At tins time my legs ami thigha were swelled to a very great < xip . ut . I jnimeuiateiy ' procured ' a box of Blair ' s i uls from Mr . W . Phillips , your agent in this town , ana after taking two dosus I was i ' roe from pain , and thn sweliiug Hubsided . I now never fail to use ¦ : u-m wheuevev I am ' -attacked by this painful nialady , hi-: < ihcy invariably give me relief after oae or two < i » ses . Several of my aoquaintances use them , and •¦ xparjence tho sanie benefit . I trust you will . insert hi * among your list of cases , as 1 am anxious to b ' . 'ur witness to the efficacy of this excellent medicine . I am , Sir , your ' s respectfully , Richard Stone . Sugar Loaf , London Road , Luton . Tho never-failing fcffocts of BLAIR'S GOUT and 'RHEUMATIC PILLS iu curing every description <>! ( jSotii and Rheumatism , have secured to them a . ouiubruy unequailed by auy medicine of past or pre-. ^ r . t times . They not only give relief in a . few hours , wliere tije patient has-been-driven nearly to madness by the excruciating tortures of this disease , but r- store to perfect , health in an inconceivably short pace uf time . They are equally speedy and certain in rheumatism , either chronic or acute , lumbago , sciatica , pains in tho head or face , and indeed for ^ very rtieumat . ic or gouty affectiou ; in fact , such l ; as been the rapidity , perfect ease , and complete sitc ' ty of thiB medicine , that it has astonished all who have taken it , and there is not a city , town , or vil-. a » o ia the kingdom , but contains many grateful rvidences of its benign influence . Sold by T . Prput , 229 , Strand , London ,-Prifie 2 s . 9 d . per box , and by his appointment , by Heaton , rta , y , Allen , Land , Haigh , Smith , Bell * ToTirascQ ( i , Baines and Newsome , Smeeton , Reinhardt , Leeds ; Brooke , Dewsbury ; Deunis & Son ^ Moxo n , Little , Hardman , Linney , Hargrove * York ; Brooke & Co ., Walker & Co ., Stafford , Faulkner , Doncastor ; Jud 6 on , HarriBon , Linney , Ripon ; Fog-; i ; i w , Co afes , Thompson , Thirsk ; Wiley , Easingwold ; England , Fell , Spivey , Huddersfield ; Ward , Rjch ^ uond ; Cameron , Knarosbro '; Peaso , Oliver , Darlingvon ; Dixon , J&etealfe , Langdale , Northallerton ; Rhodes , Spftith ; Goldthorp ' e . yTadcasteis ; Rogerson , Co = » per , Kewby , Kay , Bradiord ; Brice , Priostley , Fuiuefract ; Cordwcli , GilI , Lawton , Dawson , fcniith , Wakofield ; B . rry , Donton ; Suter , Leyland , Hartlt-y , ¦ PttTt .-r , Dunn , Halifax ; Booth , Rochdale ; Lambert , Boroii-hbndgei Dalby , Wetherby ; Waite , Horrc . ^ ate ; Wall , Bsrnsley ; and all respectable : » icdiainp Venderd ihroughout the kiDgdom . A « k for Bhiir ' s Gout and Rheumatic Pills , and ob ^ rvo the naino tmd address of " Thomas . Prout , 229 , Jdtrand , L ^ ridco , " impresBed upon , the Goverc m-jiu Siarcp uifl&ou to each box oi' tUo Genuine Ai ^ dicine .
Satisfy the mind first , before yoti drato upon the pocket , arid you will neither be the dupe nor victim of Frtfessional or non ^ -Professional : quackery , - . ' ' / ¦ ¦ ' . , ' - ¦¦"¦ ¦ '• ' - : ¦' . ' .. ' ; .. .:- ; : '¦¦ " . ¦' : '¦ RE ADER , if you wish to understand the natara caase and cure of disease , read and study M ^ DOUALL'S MEDICAL TRACT , published by Cleave , 1 , Shoe Lane , London . Price One Penny , ¦ : ¦;¦ . - ' ¦ ¦ -: " - , . : : ¦ . ' . ' . . ' ' .- ' - . ¦' - ¦ ; . .. -- ¦ If you wish to remove auccessfully and naturally the diseases therein described , purchase . M'DOUALL'S FLORIDA MEDICINES , Prepared by P , M . M'Douall , arid Sold Wholesale and Retail , at 1 , Shoe Lane , London , to which place all applications for agency , &c , must be forwarded ,- -: ¦ ¦ ¦ - . " : ' ¦ ;' -. ¦ ;¦ ¦ . ; .. : ' - / : ¦ ¦ .:- ¦¦ . _ . ¦/'' , ¦ . /¦ ¦ : ¦ N . B . Wholesale prices most liberal to all Asentg . Retail price , per Box of 86 Pills , One Shilling and Three-halfpence , Stamp included . , M > connection with any other Patent Medicine , -
CAUTION TO LADIES . rfHE PROPRIETORS OF KEARSLEY'S X ORIGINAL WIDOW WELCH'S FEMALE PILLS , Bud it incumbent on them to caution , the purchasprs of these Pills against an imitation , by a person of the name of Ssiithers , and calling herself the Grand-daughter of the late Widow Welch , but who has no right to the preparing of them , the Original Recipe having been Bpld to the late G . Kearslky , of Fleet-street , whose widow found it necessary to make the following affidavit , for the protection of her property , in the year 1798 : — AFFIDAVIT . First . —That she is in . possession of the Recipe for making Welch ' s Female Filla , which was bequeathed to her late husband . ; Second— That this Recipe was purchased by her late husband of the Widow Welch , in the year 1787 , for a valuable consideration , and with a view for making the medicine for public sale . Third—That she , Catherine Keabsley , ia also in possession of the .-Receipt- signed by the said Widow Welch , acknowledging the having received the money of the said Mr . George KEARSLEy , for the purchase of the absolute property of the . said Recipe . C . Kearsley . Sworn at the Mansion House , London , the 3 rd Day of November ^ 1798 , before me , C Anderson , Mayor . These Pills i so long arid justly celebrated for their peculiar Virtues , are strongly recommended to the notice of every Lady , having obtained the sanction and approbation of most Gentlemen of the Medical Profession , as a safe and valuable Medicine , in effectually removing Obstructions , and relieving .- . ' all other-Inconveniences to which the Female Frame is liable , especially those which , at an early period of life , frequently arise front want of Exercise and general Debility of the System ; they create an Appetite , correct Indigestion , remove Giddiness and Nervous Headache , and are eminently useful in Windy Disorders , Pains in the Stomach , Shortness of Breath , and Palpitations of the Heart ; being perfectly innocent , maybe used with safety in ail Seasons and Climates . Sold , wholesale and retail * by J . Sanger , , 150 , Oxford street ; and by most respeciable Medicine Venders in Town and Country , at 2 s . 9 d . per box . N . B . Ask for Kearsley ' s Welch's Pills ; andobserve , none are genuine unless C . Kearsley is engraved on the Government Stamp .
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VALUABLE WO 2 K 8 . Just published , price 2 s . 12 mo . bound in cloth , FIFTEEN LESSONS ON THE ANALOGY AND SYNTAX OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE , for the use of adult persons who have neglected the study of Grammar . BY WILLIAM HILL . Also , Price One Shilling , bouiid in Cloth i PROGRESSIVE EXERCISES , Selected from the best English Authors , and so arranged as to accord with the Progressive Lessons in the foregoing Work , -. ' ¦' ¦ ¦ ¦"' ¦ . " . - BT WM . HIM .. Also , Price Sixpence , THE GRAMMATICAL TEXT BOOK , for the use of Schools ; in which tbe bare naked principles of Grammar , expressed as concisely as possible , ara exhibited for the memory . Published by Cleave , 1 , Shoe-lane , Fleet-street London ; Hobson , Northern Star Office , Leeds ; Hey wood , Manchester ; Paton and Love , 10 , Nelson street , Glasgow ; and all Booksellers .
THE NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS Sail punctually on their regular days , Frorii LIVERPOOL , as follows , viz : — Virginian . Allen , ........ 1010 tons , 1 st June . Echo , Sill ,. 1060 tons , 7 th June . Siddons , Cobb , ......... 1500 tons » 13 th June . Also FOR NEW YORK , The following Splendid first-class American Shipa Sail punctually as follows , viz : — Swanton Heath ............... .. 1050 tons , 4 th June . Salem , Heirn .......... —••— 800 tons , 7 th June . j FOR QUEBEC , Sherbrook , i '""' TnV ; -V ' "" i ^ ' T aae Catherine , . ¦ . « . . 1011 tons 10 th June , These vessels are all first class , and haVQ beea built expressly for the convenience and accommodation of Cabin , Second Cabin , and Steerage Passengers , who will be treated with every care and attetttion during the Passage by the offtoereof the ships Fresh water is served out daily . Good conveaient apparatus for cooking is provided , and every necessary suitable for the voyage . As these . ships are decided favourites , being celebrated for their fortunate and quick passages hence to America , it ia requested that all persons desirous of securing good bertha will deposit , by post or otherwise , £ 1 each , as early as possible ; and passengers will not require ^ to be in Liverpool more than one day before the day named for sailing . —Addressj P . W . Byrnes , 36 . Waterloo-Toad , Liverpool .
LETTER FROM MR . W . HICK , NORTHERN STAR OFFICE , LEEDS . " Northern Star Office , Leeds , March 17 th , 1842 ' < Cn ENTLEMEN , —You will oblige by forward-\ X ing , at your earliest convenience , the same , quantity of PARR'S LiFE PILLS as last sent . While I am writing , I cannot refrain from communicating the flattering intelligence of tho great good your pills are doing in Leeds and its neighbourhood . It is clearly a great error to find fault with a medicine merely bacause it is a patent one ; and more especially since its use has contributed so largely to the publichealth . The fact is , however , prejudice is fast giving way , as it always must where the pills are tried . A few cases in point may serve to confirm and illustrate what I have asserted . "A young female came into the , shop to-day for a box , who stated that they had dons her immense good , faho had been troubled with a hoarseness so bad that no one could hear her speak ; but having taken a few boxes of Parr's Life Pills , she was completely reBtored , as was evident by the way she spoko . - ' - - " ' ¦ ' ' ¦' ¦ '¦ ' " ' _ ¦ ' ' . " "'¦ " " Vory many cases of extraordinary cures have occurred among tha aged work-people , both male and female . In one mill , an old pair , enfeebled by disease and debilitated by premature old age , had become almost past work ; they were persuaded to try a few boxes of PARR'S LIFE PILLS , and in a wook were so restored and strengthened that they could pursue their employment with pleasure and profit ; so much so , that from being unable to work at their calling more than two days in the week ,. and this with great physical difficulty and languor , they can now not only do a full week ' s work , but overhours besides ^ Bad as trade is here , the old people being favourites with the mill owner , are enabled to get as much employment as they can do , which has excited the envy of those younger persons who had been employed in their absence ; and it is a liughable fact , that Parr ' s Pills come in for a share of their rancour . Tie old people continue to take the pills regularly in email quantities , and find them as necessary to their health and prosperity as their daily food . "The nftxt and last case which I shall mention at this time , is ono of a most extraordinary nature . I have not seen tho individual myself , but I shall give you the fact aa I have received it from his ebaplpyer , and from Mr . J . Hobson , who has frequently seen him since his convalescence ; The man is a working mechanic and had spent about thirty pounds last year on the doctor , ingoing to tho Isle of Man and other places , for the benefit of hi 3 health , but to no purpose . His food had consisted for a long time of nothing but rice milk , the stomach refusing to take anything stronger . His body was greatly emaciatbd , and his temporal prospects clouded ; with a mind filled with melancholy fbrbodings for the future , he returned to his friends at Leeds , where he was told by his medical adviser that should he be restored a little , his disorder would have its periodical return ; but being advised to try Parr ' s Life Pills , ho bought afow boxes , whioh have completely removed his disease , and enabled him to return to his work , where ho was seen a few days ago by Mr . Hobson , ¦( i t--b sing- dinner-hour ) eating beef-steaks with ' great ' gusto ; and to whom he recited with -pleasure-, and gra' . itude the cause of his then healthy conditioa , togot her with a . long history of his past affliction . "Should the above three cases of cures be considered worthy of your notice , you are at perfect liberty to mako what use of them you think pro por . ' I am , Gentlemen , yours , respectfully . "WILLIAM HICK . "To Messrs . T . Roberts and Co ., 9 , Craue Court s Fleet-street , London . Tho following letter affords another convincing proof of the almost miraculous power of the farfamed remedy 0 i ' Old Parr . To the Proprietors of PARR'S LIFE PILLS . Gentlemen , —I have the utmost pleasure in forwarding you this my own case of cure , rfiVctcd solely by the persevering use of -P'AR . B- ' p LIFE PILLS . Before having recourse to them , I had been for upwards of five years afflicted with a distressing malady , which the different eminent medical men who attended mo all proimnced to ba a-sorioua . case of hydsocele ( or drpppy , of the scrotum ) , and deciared there was ' no other c ' u . ince of either relief or euro than Undergoing a surgical operation . I was thus driven to despair , and consulted the treatise written by Sir Astloy Cooper , wherein ho states that the operation is generally attended with considerable danger . I . therefore , deteriniRerl not to risk so painful and uncertain an experiment , but rather chose to leave the result to naturj and Providence . Fortunately , I hoard oftho great fame of PARR'S LIFE PILLS , and resolved to > , ivo thema fair trial . I consequently took them for some time without perceiving any benefit , but still kept persevering ; and I have now taken twelve boxes , and to my great joy , I am perfectly well ,- ¦; ¦ the dropsy is entirely remored , together ¦ with a scorbutic affection , which I had been mnc-h troubled with since ray return from India in 1827 ; and now there is riot a vestige of disease left in my whole system , as I am now in better health and spirits than I have been for fourteen years . I feel certain you would have accounts of far more cure 3 , if people would percevere in the use of the pills- a proper lerigthof time , as I have done . I give you my ; heartfolt thanks , and authority to publish this letter , and will gladly answer any applications , cither personally or by letter , and remain- your grateful and obliged servant , ( Signed ) ; W . MOAT . 3 , Cobbett-street , SHaws-brow , Salford Witness-JO UN HOUGH , Cheadle Carrier . Manchester , Feb . 7 , 1842 . ' '
MEDIC 1 L ADVICE . TO THK AFFLIGTEP WITH SCURVY , VENEREAL , OH SYPHILITIC DISEASES , RHEUMATISM , AMD NERVOUS OB SEXUAL DEBILITY . MR . M , WILKINSON , SURGEON , &c ; 13 , Trafalgar Street , Leeds . And every Thursday , at No . 4 , George Street , Opposite East Brook Chapel , Bradford , HAVING deyoted his studies for many years exclusively to the various diseases of the genera ? tive and nervous system , in the removal of those distressing debilities arising from a secret indulgence in a delusive and destructive habit , and to the successful treatment of : VENEREAL AND SYPHILITIC DISEASES , Continues to be consulted from nine in the morning till ten at nigbt , arid on Sundays till two , —and country patients requiring his assistance , by making only one personal Visit , will receive such advice ana medicines as will enable them to obtain a permanent and effectual cure , when all other mearis have failed . In recent cases of a certain disorder a perfect cure is completed in one week , or no charge made for medicine after that period , and in those cases where other practititioriers have failed , a perseverance in his plan , without restraint in diet , or nindrance from business , will ensure to the patient a permanent and radical cure . It frequently happens that in moments of thoughtlessness a person imbibes a disease where sugpicion is least likely to be excited ; this . state of securitj leads to a want of caution which aggravates the nature of the complaint . But where immediate application is made , the corroding poison is checked in its infancy , smothered ere it takes root , arid destroyed before its venom can effect a perceptible appearance in the " system . —Where the disease has been allowed to exist and remain , the more cause have we to fear tie undermining influence of this poison , and a more removal of its external appearance is not to be depended upon ; a thorough cure must be achieved to prevent a return Of the disease aridleave the system free from all infection . A complete knowledge of the symptoms and treatment of these insidious and dangerous diseases , can only be acquired by those who are in daily practice , arid have previously gone through a regular course of Medical Instruction ; for , unfortunately , there are hundreds who annually fall victims to the ignorant use of Mercury and other dangerous remedies ) administered by illiterate men , who ruin the constitution by suffering disease to gefc into : the Bystem , which being carried by th 8 circulation of the bloo 4 into all parts of the body , the whole frame becomea tainted with venereal poison , and most unhappy consequences ensue , at one time affecting the skin , particularly the head arid face , with eruptions and ulcers , closely resembling , arid often treated as scurvy , at another period ^ producing the most violent pains iu the ' li tabs aud bones , which are frequently mistaken for rheumatism ; thus the whole frame becomes debilitated and decayed , and a lingering death puts a period to their dreadful sufferings . ; What a grief for a young person in the very prime of life , to be snatched - ' out of time , arid from all tw enjoyments of life , by a disease always local at firs ^ and which never proves fatal if properly treated , as all its fatal results are owing either to neglect or ignorance . ¦ ' ' ¦ . ¦ -. - ¦ ¦; ' ¦ '¦ - . ' - . - ¦ / ' ¦¦ - . , : . Mr . W . ' s invariable rule is to give a Cardtoe 3 cl of his Patients as a guarantee for cure , which w pledges himself to perform , or return his fee . For the accommodation of either sex , wHeM distance or delicacy prevents a personal visit , his PURIFYING DROPSj price 4 s . 6 d ., can be had of any of the folloffiuij .. ' agents ' ,- with printed directions bo plain , tait they may cure themselves without even the knowledge of a bed-fellow . h They ara particularly recommended to be taken before person ' s euter into the matrimonial state , le » the iudiscretions or a parent are tho source of vexation to him the remainder ofhis exislence , by afflioting his innocent but unfortunate offspring with the evil eruptions of the malignant tendency , and . s variety of other complaints , that are most assuredlj . introduced by the same neglect andimprudenoe . . .:. ¦ : . AGENTS .: ' ; - ¦ ' - ' : ; " .- ' ¦; ' ¦ Hull—At the Advertiser Ofiice , Lowgate , and Mfi Noble ' s Bookseller , Market-place . ¦' -. ' Leeds . —At the Times Office , and of Sir . Hew * 7 , Briggate . ., Wakofield-Mr . Harsfc , Bookseller . Halifax—Mr . Hartley , Booksellar . Huddersfield—Mr . Dewhirat , 39 , ^ New-street .. London—No . 4 , Cheapside , 1 Barnsloy—Mr . Harrison ; Bookseller , Matke ^ P ' York—Mr . Hargrove ' s Library , 6 , Goney-sttee ** Ripon— Mr . Harrison , Bookseller , Market-p lwe . Knaresboro ' aad High Harrpgate—Mr . LanjP » " ( Bookseller . ; i . » Manchester—Mr . Watkinson , Drnggjst , 6 t Mancet ' : place . ¦ : ' . ' ' .: ¦ ¦ ¦ :. "' . " ¦' . : ¦¦'' . V- - - . ' - ¦ ' : . ' '' - Beverley—Mr . Johnson , Bookseller . Boston— Mr . Noble , ' 'Bookseller . ¦ ¦ Loath—Mr . Hnrton , Bookseller . \ v Liverpool—At the Ckronkle Ofiice , 25 , Lord-strew Sheffield—At thelris Office . Persons residing in the most remote parts can have the drops transmitted to them by post ( pre-paiay carefully secured from observation , by remitting "• : in a letter . ¦ ; . " ¦ '¦"' ... ¦ ' /¦ ¦ - ~ \ " .. ¦ ¦' ¦• -. ¦ ¦ '; ' ¦ '¦ " "' - Mr . W ., is to ba consulted every day at his Besi * deuce , from Nine in the Morniae till Ten at Nigafe and on Siiudayafrom Nine till Two . OBSERVE-13 , TRAFALGAR-ST . LEEDS . Private Ente ' ince , ' S ? , Nilk-streetJ
CAUTION . —PnTchasers will please to observe , that none are genuine without the words * ' PARIV ' S L 1 FS PILLS" are engraved on the ' 'Government Stamp , ( which is pasted round the sides of each box ) iri WHITE LETTBRS ON A . BED GEOUND . Proprietors—T , Roberts and Co ., 9 , Crane Court , I . ieet-street . Wholesale Agents—E . Edwards , 67 , Sc Paul ' s ; Barclays , 95 , Farringdon-streot ; Suttbn and Co ., Bow Churchyard ; and retail by most vendors , at ls ; Hd .. 2 s . 9 . 1 ,, and llg . per box . The Life of Old Parr , with fine engravings , may be had uiUTis of all ajjaut . s . Sold iu L ' - ' edp , Wholesale and Retail , by Joshua Hobson , Xerthern Star Offico , Mi ' ket-street .-
>" " GAINSBOBOU&H . —This town iras made a port of about eighteen mHEths ago . and the poor are now feeling the direful tfifects of the step . The boatmen "Wtoosedto-get their litin ? between hero and Hall are now in a starving state . This town has now to pay a certain tribute to Hull , tut the poor me-a who work the aixips are the party who pay it , for they hare been reduced as much as one pound per voyage of eight or ten days , and great cumbers have been thrown ont of employ inconsequence cf the trade foiling off The shopkeepers too are fetling the sad effects of this depression . Total Abstitence has been working its way here effectually for some time , and no doubt Las paved the way fcr th « spread of the glad tidings tf political BalTation by the Charter . P . M . Erophy of Dublin arrived here
on Wednesday week , and delivered a stirring lecture on the Charter and the evils-of the present system . Mr . B . could not get any person to izke the chair for him , all bsiny afraid of persecution . He however , mounted the platform erected fur him in the Markfct-place , and Bptie for nearly two hours to a congregation of more than 2 . 000 . At the conclusion , three deafening cheers Were given for the poor man"s Charter 2 ii . Biophj announced his intention of delivering anoUier lecture on Thursday in the same plac 9 ; bnt owing to the weather , the large room of tha Lamb Inn , which ia capable of holding from four to-five hundreJ , was engaged for him . By seven o ' clock , the room waa crammed to iuffocation , and great numbers were obliged to go away , who could not gain admission . Stephen Chffe , Etq ., of Morton , was called to the chair "by acclamation . He briefly thanked the
meeting for the honour they had done him in selecting him to preside over such a meeting , and said ha wss a Chartist of the old school He was a real Radical Reformer , and he waa sure that nothing Bhort of those principles ever would ameliorate the condition of this country . He concluded by introducing the lecturer . Mr . Brophy rose and was received with cheers ; he thanked the meeting for the kind manner in which they had received him , and again explained the principles of the People ' s Charter , and the evils arising to society from class-made laws . Mr . B . pictured the oonsequtnees of breaking up the small farms in-England , and warned all who beard him of the state of Ireland from class legislation , a itate that England is fast coming to . Three cheers were given for the Chairman , the Lecturer , and the Charter , when the meeting separated at ten o ' clock .
A THIBD Mketikg was held here on Saturday eveLJng , at the large room of the Lamb Inn , Mr . Sharpin in the cbair . The Chairman commenced by decbriEg himself a CLu-tist , although he knew there was much odium cast upon tho name , yet he loved it , and would recommend the principles cf it , as a safe cure for class legislation ; and cencladed by hoping the day was not far distant when the people of Gr = a . t Britain ai : d Ireland would become united to destroy the power of might over right . He thtn introduced Mr . BropbT , who , in a clear and diapasaionate manner pointed out the evils cf the system , and the necessity of a union of the middle &-d the working classes . The lecturer was mnch cheared throughout ; . and , " after a Tote of thariks to the chairman , tha meeting separared .
HEW Xi 5 NTON . —At the weekly meeting of Cbarfcists en Sunday , Mr . John Hoimes in the chair , the following resolution was agreed to : — " That this meeting highiy approve of the conduct and appreciate the services of Hr . "W . D . Tajjor , and beg to recommend kim to any locality requiring a lecturer . " SIANCBSSTEK . —Cakpembrs' Hall . —On Sunday , Mr . B&esiey , from Accricgtcn , delivered two lectures in the above Hall , in the af temcon and evening . Sa > ject . in the afternoon , " The present position ef the Cnanisc movement , and tha treatment cf the 'National Petition in the House of Commons ; " . and in the evening , " The means to be adopted by t "; e people to enforce the Chaj ter aa the law of the land . " The meetings wera well attended , and at the close of each lecture , the thanks of tha meeting were given to- the lecturer for his services .
FAiLSWcmxH . —A Chutist carjp me&lin" was held it this place , on Sunday . The a ? eting wis cne of the ls ? gest that has been held in this part . The assen<l thousjuiis were sevenlly addressed by Mr . Crowther , Mr . Smethurct , from O ' . ilnm , and > Ir . Leach , cf Llantbesier . MB . Leach stared in t = e Jfstkna ! Charter A « 3 celation Room , ICewten Heath , in the evening . The room was crowded in every pint , and many hid to go sway unable to get adiaittance . JASiTiQH . —BztH * ± l GHEES . —The Cm Law party , anxious to make up for tha defeat tf the previous evening , mastered in all their strength at tha Bird Cage Tavern , on Thursday evening , arid attempted to pu ^ Mr . Murray in the chair . The Chartists , well assured that discussion would not be allowed , elected Mr . Shaw to the chair , by a great majority . M . r . Sidney his
Siiiith immediately to ^ hat , and walked « nV fol-Io-se 4 by bis party , amicut the groans and hisses ol Its xnst-ung-- The Giiaimi&a made sotae excellent observations oa tis-conduct of the I / tcgue , aiid of Mr . SaJin . in part c-n ' ar ; tad Mr . Ma 2 " 2 . in a very el&qutct mainjfeT , moved a r&soiutioa censuring the lecturer , and in negation of the positions of h " . 3 lecture , M ? . T ?' "dveU ably seconded th 3 reaalutioa , which was carried niianiruoasly , amid mash cheering . Mr . Bo ^ gis ma'Je Eome observations in favour of michiaery , which wera ally replied to bjr Mr . Mintz , aad tLe meeting fcrcke np witii tha determination to oppose Sidney South , and all otter . ar . ti .-Cua Law special pleaders , unless they Sxst agreed to allow of that esseLtial requisite to all meetings of this description— " fall , fair , and free discasaon . "
Me . ASPEKSOS lectured on Wednesday evening at the Steg Tavern , Fniham Buarl , aad waa much applauded . The chair was occupied by Mr . Dilibxr . A vote of thanks was unanimously given to Mr . Anderson , for his 'HnrinpRg on this and previous occasions . Watford , Heeis . —Mr . Edmund 3 ts !! wo ? d ' lectured hers on Satur-ia ? evening last , at the housa of Mr . Bsnneto , the Tempera-acs HoLel , ~ Sew street , c-c total absiiaesce anJ Ctartism , clearly showi : g th ? . * great blessisgs fljwing from the adoption of both , and demonstrated , to the saiirf ^ ction i f ill present , that the evils tmder which the country labours are the results c-f clagg legislation . A » ths conclusion cf the lecture , Mr . Clark , TVesleyan preacher , moved a vote of tbsnis to itr . Stallwood for ids services . Mr . Biigs seconded the motion . The resolution ttss carried unanimously amid great cheering .
Mb , WHBELEE lectured , on Sunday evening , to a crowded audience , at flie patens Head , Cambrfdfe Road . The meeting was ariiy pr «« i-: ed ov . ir ' ny Mt . Tucker . Several members were enrolled . Dr . M'D . ^ aall ¦ was nomiuatcd for the Executive . T «~ o dfcle ? at ^ s were elected to the Monthly District Council , and other local business transacted . Mb . MaBtin lectured , op Sandiy evening , to a zooi atdi&ncs of Bboemakers , at t ^ e Clock House , Lucstter Square . Ms Fa 2 REB addressed tha tailors , meeting at ths Three CrowzSj Richmond-s-reet , on SHnday weni ' ng .
Lo > 'dox Delegate CovyciL—M . L--: ^ rah the chair . Cre-ientiais were recei ^^ O , fr- ^ m Mr . Surest , from the Limchouss locality , ana fr-.-ia Mr . D ^ = . sor ., from Ha-T . mersaiith . Ttis a-oditcri spojin :. j rep-, ne-1 that the bJance-ihcet of the J-.-hn-Htri-t f- . - . X-ji * a ? correct , and the s ? cttarf if * b ^ cur . cii ~ : h ^ -i : _ h . ri > - ; d to write to all p ^ itiis who ~ m : in arrears t < : : Vv . fauc . Mr . Fosrell brought an address \> tue n : en of L-. 'ii -oc , from the Observation CoaiaiiUse , whfch - ? : as a-. -.-.-ptec by the council The Lectariii ^ C-. > niniit ; : o wore authorised to *; et printed one hn-mred co ^ i&s of th ^ pia a im the ensuing quarter . Th 9 secretiry " sa * ar . t ' - - _ rl £ tnl twrite to Mr . Campbell for five tuuer-. d car ' s vf niembership ^ - and tho raeetir . g adjourned , af :, r r . cilTins reports from the various IocaiiUe 3 .
Stas Coffee HorsE . —Mr . Jone 3 lsctit ? d at tbe Extern Division of boot and sh .-eraakerE , en Snu-iny evening , and gave gre 3 t satisfcetion to a numerous audiecce . Several members were t ~ ioll ~ £ . TTaXTHa 3 IST 0 W a > D LE"i"T 0 >'—V ^ e h . - . ve received forMr . Mantz an accouist of bis very Eu ? - ;« Hi' ^ oEi-lsu ^ t t on the principles of faction in tb . ' 2 » avi 4 , t- - -cra' .. s - . - . ' . isgui , onSutLday last , we -anders ; and ttrt Ur . 2 > 1 m : ' z is tj pi each here tc-mo row . Lambeth . —Teetoxallsrs , Wai ekloo Road . —The above locality of the National Ch ^ ru-r Association bels their uraal metUcg on Monday cveuin » lisi , ilr . Andrews in tLe chair , waen c-jrr = sponder . ce -was read in rtfereEce to the death of Mr . Br ^ wi :, of Walwortij , and a motion was agreed to that n four nkbts Enbscription be entered into to defray the exp-. ncts oi the fnneraL Messrs . Parker and Biacimore were
sdpointed delegates to the meeting to b * i : eld at ihe ^ tir Coffee House , Golden-lane , on Sunday , June S : h , at ten o ' clock in the morning ; after which M ? . } Jee -.--is a very instructive address en the principles ¦ . f ; fcs People ' s Cnarter and Total Abstinence , winch gave ' general satisfaction . A motion of thanksaal e ^ nSiecce ¦ was unanimously passed to Messrs . M'D . aali , Lt-ach , Morgan Williams , R . K . Philv , and Jonn CampbsiJ , for their praiseworthy c-jndse ! daring their year of . office , as tbe Executive of the Association . . Ckates Hsad , Dbuet-1 a > e . —At a inesiin ? cf ttiis locality , on Thursday evening week , Mr . Wa ' ion ,
Mr . Lsnsdown , and Mr . KnowJes were BpDolot&d to wait upon the carpenters ; and Messrs . M'Carty , Farley , TrufciE'in , and Hogg , upon the ladies * Bhoemak-ers , at the Bed Lion , Peril-row , on Monday evening , to solicit their eo-operation with other trades , in estaWishiEj the Charter . Messrs . M'Fredericfe , Lansdown , and Th ? mas ^ rers ap pointsd to draw np an address , lsyu ; g before tho public the motives which the council of tb . 3 locality have in view . The meeting nighis of thu locality -rer 9 altered from Thursday evenicga to We-iba-cLr , at halfpast sever : o'clock . All conim"or . : cations to bs direct-id for the Secretary , to tbe Craves Hsad Inn , D-arylaae .
WAL'Woe . th . —Tha members of this locality -met on Monday aa usual , at ths 3 i .: p and B . ud Cc- > t B-iy . After ths minutes were rsad and condr .-ses , Mr " Mas-sn tendered hiB resignatioii as a nieiuber of uw G . Lsral XcmqcH , andJdr- Emery was els-x ^ d in . his place- iij ? * tmJaa 0 e >* U&ii Vf tks q-iarUr - » -a 3 brought ac and received Cteiiderable l * cal buaintas v . « vr-in . ^ t . d , Amongst othar tMags s , res ~ lHti -u ^ r ^^ v . ~ r-.- tLit i ] :--maml » ra AouM mset in fulure A ; . a . 'f-i-- - _ i . i . x ¦ 1 ~ -. L ob Mooday ercalng * .
Men of Bbrmoxdsey . —Tickets for the Victoria Theatre can be had oi Mary Ann Sherman , No . 2 , Granae-terrace , Grange-road . Djn't forget next Wednesday evening . Cannon Coffee-Hotjse , Old-Street . —Mr . Anderson lectur ed here on . Sunday evening on class legislation and 5 t 3 effects upcrs the working classes . Messrs . Clark and Brown fcaving been appointed on the previous evening to examine the recounts , gave in their report by \ rhich it appeared the association bad been in existence four months , anl was progressing favourably . They had collected £ < 5 83 . 9 d ., and expended £ 6 4 s . 4 d in the agitation during that period . They had also sent 8 s . 5 d . to the victims of Whig ^ ery . As there is business of importance to lay before the members on next Sunday evening , they are respectfully requested to attend at half-past seven o ' clock , when a lecture will be delivered upon the present and future prospects of Chartism .
Chelsea . —Mr Wheeler lectured on Monday evening at the Stag Tavern , Fulham-ro&d , to the satisfaction of his audience . I > Ir . Vincent occupied the chair . Mr . DowliDg likewise addressed the meeting . Mr . Claxon , landlord of the above splendid establishment , was enroled a member of the General Council , and appointed sub-Treasurer to the locality . The Cbartit-ts of this district have , through the liberality of this gentleman , fceen accommodated . fre of expense , with splendid rooms botk for local and public meeting * , and trust that they will be snpported by all liberalminded men . Lectures will be delivered here every Monday evening . Monies received by Ruffy Ridley , for the Convention Fund : — a . d . Mr . Drake 2 6 Mr . Castcll , per Mr . Dren ... ... 2 6 A Friend , pir Mr . Ford 1 0 Mr . Garrisb . 2 0 Westminster , per Mr . Soulhie ... 15 0 Marylebone , per Mr . Nagle ... 5 0 Total ... £ 18 0 Monies received by R . Ridley , on account of the Demonstration Fund : — s . d . Limehouse , per Mr . Fletcher ... 10 0
R . Ridlet has pa : d into the hands of the Executive the sum of 8110 > , d . on account of teas sold by him . EltSTOW . —On Sunday , May 22 rd , Mr . Linney opened a Sunday school in the -Association Room , Stafford-street , when he had upwards of forty scholars to commenca with , and on Last Sunday that number had increased to between twenty and thirty girls , and between forty and fifty men and bnys . On Monday , May 23 rd , Mr . Linney opened a day school in the same room , when , at the close of the week , the number of Eeholara amounted to nearly twenty , and a many more have been promised him . Since the opening of the school some one or two cf the middla class gentlemen have come
forward and expressed their higfe approbation of our proceedings . Several young men have likewise volunteered their services in the Snnday school as teachers . —On Thursday , our Association room was well filled , ¦ when Mr . Linney addressed them at great length on the subject of unity ar . d the principles cf the People ' s Charter . Mr . Richard Boylin also addressed tb 9 meeting and moved tbe following resolution , which was seconded by Mr . Joseph Calley and unanimously carried , " T&at ths thanks cf this meeting are hereby given to Messrs Duncombe and Leader , Members of Parliament , as mover and seconder of a motion tnnt a deputation of the wo . 'ting classes ba heard at the bar of the Hou 5 e of Commons in support of tha prayer cf the National Petition ; and furthermore , this meeting pieces Itself to redouble its energies till th 9 People's Charter become the law of the land . " Several new members were enrolied . —On Snnday afternoon , our meeting was again a ^ drtssed by Mr . Linney and Mr . Frocgett .
Princess End . —On Monday evening , May 23 rd , Mr . Linney lectured here to an out-door meeting . Twenty-six names were enrolled . Tipton . —Mr . Linney lectured here to an out-door metting , on Tuesday evening , May 24 th . Forty-two enrolled their mmei Biuexly Hill , Mr . Linney lectured to an out-door moeting in this place , on Wednesday , the 25 th inst ., and again on Saturday afternoon . At each meeting there were not leas than from four to five thousand people . STAFFORD . —The members cf the shoemaker ' s society of this town met at their house of call , at Mr . Collins , the Goat Inn , on Saturday evening , and formed a Shoemaker ' s National Charter Association , ani will continue their weekly meetings at the above house , on Monday evenings , at eight o ' clock .
EDINBURGH . —The Committee of the Edinburgh Chartist Association , beg to acknowledge that they have received from Mr . Robert Rentcul the sum of one pound three shillings , collected from a few hard Working men at Collinsbaw B- > g , to assLt in paying the expences of a delegate from the , Edinburgh district to the National Convention . Also per Mr . Ror . toui , the sum . of seven shillings and sixpence from a few Mentis at Edinburgh , for the same purposr , for which , they return their sincere thanks . NOTTINGHAM . —On Saturday evening Mr . W . D . Tayler lectured at the Ncah'a Ark to a crowded audience . After the lecture , the meeting passed a una-::-ir . oua vote of conSdenco ia him as a public maa , stating tfeat a more stanch deniocrai hail never appeared
amt-ngst them On Sunday afternoon , Mr . Harrison preached on our Fer&st , to a lar ^ e congregation , and in the evening , Mr . Taylor . After the services Mr . Harrison proposed a vote of thanks to Mr . Tr . yl * r for his pait services , and a vote of confidence in him as a public man , when tvery baud was held up . 23 s . 2 l ± were ccUected , which Mr . Taylor said in returning thanks was a scmcient proof of the People's regard for hnm . Mr . O'Connor id now amongst us , and is producing the sjrestsst good amongst the electors . He fpoke twice in th ^ Market-place last week , on each occasion tc&re were upwards of 20 000 persons present Hb speke also at the Go . irge on Horsebsck , on Saturday evening , to a very crowded room . This evening he will sprak from Mr . Bern ' s rooms ; t > morrow , at Arnold , at Bcciton , and at Nottingham . He has cut out
fcr himself plenty of work ; we trust bo will be enabled to perform tha whole of it Tka whole of tha nunilective body is with us , and a very great number of those irhoformerly took rriTuey for their votes are dett-raiined tint , en this occasion , tbe country EkVH h ^ . ve the bent- it of the trust they hold . Mr . O'Connor ' s reasoning ha 3 produced a wondeifal change in thb opinion * of the electors . Popular opinion it seems has driven Walter from Nottingham . The Tories are alarmed Ij-st he should not return , as . £ 15 , 000 would be u iiica sum to distribute am-ngst th ^ in . We hav e received congratulatory addresses from all psrts of the country . It seems as though tha forthcoming strangle w . is looked upon as a national one , and v ? e ere in high -pirits , anu have scarceij a doubt that the tspectations of the country will be realised .
V 7 AHKIKOTON . —On sunaav last , a numerous and respectable auditory r . s 3 emblf . d in the Charus-s R > nm . Bj :. k-.= treei . to hear two stuiobs from tLat unflinching riivocate of the rights of man , Mr . l = a _ is U . ; vi \> - ? , cf Balton . At the cor . clniinn of of his evening ' s address he ^ air . esUy exhorted tb ^ m if Ihey a ^ rcetl with what be h .-3 laid down , to rally roan-l tie stnsuordrf liberty and democracy ; to organise aud units th--: ni ^ : 7 ft 5 as use rnati : and ba tl ^ tormine'i ncT ^ r ta Jfes t rutr-flcd n ^ vll tbe People ' s Chr . Ttcr L ' .-c-.. ai < . 3 Xhf U" ? r i : f . the land . Throughout his addresses he % raa listened to with Marked att = ! it ! on . RAOCLIPFi : SHIDSE . —Chrrt ' :- « m : n this village seems to b « en tbe increase . We fcad t ^ o i-xcciUnt meetir . es h ? re , oca on Tue-iay , the 24 th ; when Mr . J . Leach , if Manchester , le ^ ureci jjj h ;^ nsual argumentative style ; : ind the other on Friday night last , when the Rev . W . V . Jackson lecture-. ! .
EUADFOF . 3—Masons' Arms , Clvu-houses . — A discussicn class has been fcrni- _ -d in this association which is likely to be of gre . it service , by discussing the most important pviitic . .: subjects of the d ? . y , by holding nn % i tte public vieTV tbs base , ilsceitful conning of the Whig and Tory Factious , to thrust their quack nirasures on a starviiii , ' and opprasstd people , aad on the other hind shoning the boi-. l , niRYtij , and fcur ; d d ^ ctrint- &f the Cfiirlist advo : at'js lo batter down the corrupt syct = m of clois ic-rislatv-n , tjTasDy , and rrr ' 3-ra'ts which has been catrl-:. f | oa to an unparaikisd extmt in this C"n :: try ^ yend tbst i : f any other . On S-iturday ev ^ r . ir . t ; . Jnne 4 Ji . tbt ! -u ' \ icct for discussion w ; ll be , Wfaf-ttcr macLintry , if propsrly directed , Would be a bk&E \ n < cr ii mtse to njaiikin : ' . ; to c . " > thmence at seven o " c ! oek . Toe members are pariictiiatiy r (( j ' . i £ Fted to attend , e . s business cf great importance 'will have to be transacted .
iOUGH 3 CKG 0 CrH . — Delegate Meeting —On S-mdi 7 ' n-t , tbe above m- ^ etisg was held in the As-Eocliition Room , L ' -U 2 V , bjrougU , "whin thsn ; were r . elegatcs present from the following pkices : —Messrs . ETeleigh and Jon-:-B Loughborou ^ h ; Baker and D . v verport , Ha them ; Stnbbs and M . ireba !! , EiBi Leak ; Siiirh , Noimantoa ; Hawkics , Muu&tsvrreil . Mr . Eveleigh wss appointed ehiiraian ; ) dr . Sut ' -on officiated as secretary . The minutes of ths last dfk ^ ata meeting being read over by the secretary , tlie Qekgates paid in their monthly contributions fur the Execntive , according to the number of p .- . ying nuiubere in their backs ; after whtck tb . e foUowi g reao ' . utiona were : uauiiniously agreed to : — "That tharo be a district CLZup nesting held at Ha them Tarn , " on Sunday , June thu 12 th , at two o ' clock in the afternoon , "—
" That Mr . D = au Taylor , Mr . Sksvingtoa , Mr . Pepper , Mr . Ciark , and others fee iavued to attend . "— " That tbe secretary do correspond with the Leicester friends s as to the propriety of holding a camp meeting of the ' A 5 ; Jciations of Leicester and I . oushborough districts ; If a ^ reid upon , to liuve one us soon as arrangements Cia b-.- tiiide . "— "Thit : it : ill fu : ure t ' . tetvjr . s for the EseiutiTe the i > Iar . of 0 Tj ; an 7 . ui' > n be j-tiictly abided L ; . Having ru 1 t « , tts ? . ra of op nlcn ttiey should be atttnd-. « d to ' ; tben tLe election ;) Would take place at the cr . 'Cir : Lmc-. "— ••' 1 i ~ t > ir . Skeviagtiii do wririi an a idrris to ihs eirctors un . l n-. > n-i = lt-itors ofNottiiieham on the propri- » y - - -f ? ' ;;> yo 5 iing Mr . fcturge at the f-Ttbcorair . 5-.-Uciji - ' ' - —Mr . Stui-ge bsviug plcOgedhims-if to vole T ' .-t \ hi S . ' x Points i ti . e People ' s Charter , should li- - - " to rttariic-i R .-i r ; p ; -i ct-niative f £ > r thi :-ti ! of . \ : ;' n _ . ' n ^ " A vt-.- ¦ ¦ ¦ ' thinks bsinz given Vj lie - ' Sk ' -. nun ' j , --vj-w - r . irB . ' -sL \ i '< "i i \ o fcompiiiuent ,
POIMONT , by Falkirk . —On Thursday evening week , Mr . Lowery , from Ediabnrgh , addressed » meeting of the Association of this place . The room was well filled , and the audience listened ¦ with marked attention to the speaker . After shewing the progress of liberal opinions for the last twenty years , Mr . L ave a description of the presentation of the People ' s Petition , and the procession which accompanied it to the House of Incurables . In the course of his remarks he hinted at one opinion which it would be well for oor rulers to consider . The door was too narrow to admit the petition as a whole . Now , as " coming events '' sometimes " cast their shadows before , " may not this aueur that the people will come again and again to the door with their wishes and desires , and still finding tha entrance too narrow , the door and the House may both be s wept away together . Mr . Lowery addressed the Chartists of Bovesa the previous evening , and bad a good audience . .
STAIiYBHIDGE . —On Thursday evening weefe , tbe Rev . W . V . Jackson , from Manchester , delivered a very interesting lecture to a numerous audienco . In the course of his lecture he shewed , in a clear and convincing manner , the injustice that is practised by the higher class upon the working class , through the instrumentality of class legislation ; and at the close of his lecture a respectable gentleman got up and su , id , in the whole course of life he never heard anything bo well explained before , and then came forward and enrolled hia name and took bis card . NEW 2 YISLI . S . —The members of the National Charter Association , New Mills , met in their room , on Monday evening , to choose a fresh council . A president , vice president , secretory , and assistant-secretary were likewise chosen . Several new members enrolled
their names . Oa Monday evening , tho 6 th of June , Mr : Campbell , the Secretary to the Executive , from Manchester , will attend and deliver a lecture . One penny eacfa will be charged for admittance . DURHAM . —The principles of the People's Charter are beginninz to progress in this Whig-and-Tory-ridden city , notwithstanding the innumerable difficulties we have to contend with . Three outdoor meetings have been held within the last fortnight , where addresses were delivered by Messrs . Jonea , Richmond , and Carr . On Monday night last , there was n numerous attendance at the head of Tram well-gate , when an able and eloquent address was delivered by Mr . Richmond , and a good spirit was evinced by those present . At the close of the meeting it was announced that a Cliavtist meeting would take place on Monday , toe 5 th of June , at seven o ' clock , upon the sands , when a lectuve would be delivered by Mr . Williams , ef Sunderland .
Sdnderland— On Sunday afternoon , Mr . Williams addressed a very large audieuce on the Town Moor . MONKWEakmouth . —On Tuesilsy last , Mr . Williams lectured at this placa in a private bou 38 , which was kiLdly offered for the purpose . Since thun the friends have 8 uece € ded in procuring a suitable room , in a goad situation , which they have taken for three years . Meeting of the unemployed Workmen of Sunderland . —Daring last week , stvc-ral meetings « f the unemployed workman ofSunde . iaml have been held to consider tbe best stepa to be takon to ' effect an alteration of their existing distress . The first meeting was held on Tuesday night in the G- 'Iden Lion Room ; Messrs . Burnett , Taylor , Pringle , and Williams ^ were th .- speakers . Tho mooting being merely a preliminary
one ; a committee was appoiotei i « t the purpose t > f ascertaining the extent of the exiuiug distress , and devising the means to be taken to effect an alteration of it . On Wednesday evening an « t ? -. or meeting was held ; ? . Ie 8 sr . « . Pierce , Burnett , and othtra ppoke . The Committee reported that they bad prvva ' - 'oii sheets for collecting the names of trades and residences cf tho 3 e outof employment ; also , the number or their families , length of time out of employment , < fcc . The names of about two hundred persons were attached to tbe sheets , from which it appeared that some had been even fifty weeks out of employment ; many between thirty and forty ; and the average were between twenty and thirty . Deputations were then r . ppointa-l to wait upon the magistrates and B ^ ard of Guardians . Ou Thursday , the deputation waited upon tho magistrates . None but Tories were on th * bench . Mr . Janus Hartley ,
g ^ ass manufacturer , insolently told the poor fellows that , if h i ; could , he would not relieve th ^ iri , because their language was intimidating . This was a base falsehood ; they had mtrely st--. ted thai ; the law of the land ought to provide them relief , or . if it did not , tbe law of nature and the law of the 1 ml would be opposed to each other . Next day iFridayj . they waited upon the Board of Guaraians . There was a vsry full meeting , and thry were received in a much more creditiMe manner by tho Boii . nl . The decision of the Board was that ail those win ) required relief were to apply individually , they ( the Board ) would then give them employment at breaking stones , and othar work , according to the nurabsr of their families ; but for fciDgle men they had no relief . Many have since been employed in breaking stones , and at other cnipibymsnt , at If . per head per day .
On Friday Evemng . another-meeting was heM to receive tho report of the deputation , and to adopt such , ctaer measures as uii ^ lit be . m . c < i ?? , M ? . Afur able speeches from Messrs . Pierce , iSiiiith , Burnett , ond others , various resolutions were adopted , ami it was determined to hold an out-door ine ' f . i .-iy- on Monday evenin pr . Tew . v MOOR Meeting . —On Mon < -ay evening , npw : ; rds of 2 000 perso ; -.-i ae * enihlea fit : his meeting ; Mr . Burnett being called tu the chair-, . Mr . Piereu , Mr . Jones , Mr . Bruce , ( sp-ow ) . nm' llr . Wil ' iiium addressed it . Various approprinta re ' sriut ' ons Wdre adopted , and arrangements mads for carrying into full uffcCt the ohjects of the meeting .
Bisuop Auckland . —Oa Monday tse mua ! weekly meeting of the CUartistB took place , xvhe . i after transacting EOine businsss , the mt , ct \ n ^ vm ; :. ; j . mrned till Sunttiy , thfe 5 th of June , to ' commence . ; tt Lu ' . f . piist two o ' clock precisely , when husiiv . 'fcs of iinportance connected with the election cf th ) cew E .: ; riitiVo will bo transacted ; and also prelmiinar" ! -tr : ; 3 will be t-nttrui into towards carrying a public Bi «' .-t . ng of the inhabitants to udopt the memorial to the Q teen , and remonstrance to ihe Homeef C'jr 7 iti ] ., ; ix . TT ' iic ' i « .. H .: ii . 'itiOii fiuni tiie Convention . It is particularly rtqut . it . a that evdty Chartisc ia and about the suburbs oi iiiihop Auckland , will see the nocessity at this iuiooi-taj * cr .-sis t ; i u . Ltend , so that we may :: ct up to tise ruC'jir . zii . auctions uivan i-y tbe Editor cf ilv . Northern Star to vpiunt , « ood and . faithful men to fill tha imuortaut ofiice ct iix . culive .
CA ^ LlStB —The council or tho Chav ' . Kt Asscciallon held their asaal v ? eiStJr ; ur-etim ' , j " k * he c : > miciU roc-u . No . 6 , J : hn-8 trt ' tt , CaJder ^ itv . Mr . Wiliinm Kiatt in thn chair . A UV . ? r ^ ns - <¦ : > i fv .-m Mr . John Cicave , publisher of the Ch-xdisl Circular , rxkuowloi ? : !! g the receipt of a copy of tho " AcMre . ^ s to the Mi-. Mia CIassc-8 snd Trades of C ; r lisle ; " al-. < Ftj * in « the great want of success of the sn ' e of th * : t ' . xcelluut and useful little publicatum . th ? Chart- ' g ' . Ci . cu'ar , " and the Rtsat losa which he (> lr . Cleave ) I :-. . " , tas ' iinvd by it . This statement surprised liio mcm ' vM of t ! ie eouncil , who sei mod to tltn-ply rsgv « t thft limiteil sde of so talented , useful , an'l ch- -ax ; a j ) u-vl : c » Uj > n ; m < nn espcciclly a ^ it was v- \ r , Vy ilovif- 'A tu !! . <• vnonu tiun uf the Chartist ciu c e . From t >;> . ' , nnpiriricli- -. i cheapn ^ s .,
of this puhl : c : itk > p .. it wiil require ; v -y x ^ tiS ' . v : sa ' e to : aah-j it pry ; still , wo comider , v u . t iho C ( i ; ni > t boiy generally are niffic o ; : tly ii'vn ¦ . •¦ mis to aec . u . c a p ? . y ' ng circulation- Eieh iv . ember \\ ' Uie comic : I p ? 'imised to use tvory i-xptVoti in his po- ' ' t- ti > pri .-ni ..-r « - ; it- sale , more e « p ? cia \ iy us Mr . C 1-j . iv-- i . as gf » iier ««; lv offcrtirl to aid tho Ext ' . utive , pr ^ v . i ' . irti ; inears can '*><• devised to make th' ^ Circular pay . Minutes uf th : Ia 3 tmgatiDg of thu cuii-v ^ i 1 . w . ^ re r-nd over an < 1 -c . oi ; - flrmed . A cumbsr of Ficet Papers Wiire divided , iir . A ordered t 6 be circulated ( for twaaing ) in the var : < -ys districts . It may bo proper to st-aie . that "Mr . li Oastler tad forwanled a very largo p-ickige , cf v ; ni 'us numbers , of this excellent publication ,-to a : \ ir , F ; .- ' i . burn , for circulation among the working . cl' ?« sw . T !) i-
s ecretary then stated that he had rtct-ivcii threo Iarj ; - volumes of Reports of tho Commission n ^ piir . U-1 to inqu : re into mine 3 , frout P . H . Howar- ? , Emi ., 3 I . P . f r Carlisle , which ho would iay upon t ' -o la ^ o i >> r i ! v use of the rcembors of the AssjcS . ati " . ! . Mr . J . li Hanson then moved , uii > l Mr . Jon a Arm-ri .-i . r s ^ coniitrl , the following resolution , which ten u : ;) :-rr . uu ? ly carried : —•> Tnat the oar . iial tiianlc-i w t !' -. » . cauncil ara due . iimVare Hereby givun , r-j P . H . H ^ ard . Esq ., M . P . for Carlisle , fcr his attentiun an 1 kinrtr . ess in forwarding tbe Report of the ConrjjiUiiwii an -xiiu ' .-i to ir . qnire iDto iriines . " Tha s * -crctnvy r ; -r , U :-n instructeil to nominate P . 51 . M'D u \ ii , as oae cf u . e new Executive ti renre-sflnt Cnrlisld .
BACUP . —Th 3 men of B . icip are going . riicvui gloriously , although they h : ive ha ^ t > cnu-ar , agiiu ^; , . 1 host of rtifiliuitiea which their determined c . inchut iias Eurmcunied . At a meeting held on fucs'tay t ^ .-n ' . if ; tho 24 th instant in the Chartist ltouni , tiiJ :.:.: * i :. ^ resolutiou was ucaaiir . ously adopted : — ' Xii . v . we . tiu-Chartists of Bacup , in pubiic mettioq . ass ^ . i . hkr ! , no soleniniy pledge ourselves never U > si ^ nunuiiic ? f stiiion eeeing the rascally manner in which t ;< i j-r-iytr 0 } tbreo millions and a half of the people l . ^ s b ^ nu treated ; at the ssmo time , we will n * Ttr te :: so in our exertions until th 9 People a Charter become the law 01 Lmd . " Meeting . —At a mseting held on Sunday la at , s Accrington , at the house- of Mr . WiSlu-. ru Bjesley , n certain individual , whose namethe delegates from Bacop could n : ' t learn , made certain stiit : ment 3 dtto ^ atorj ' to the character of Mr . William Jaag , of Bucup- he not being present to defend his character . " Wa , thy Chartists of Bacup , in public ineeMag assembled , do plaee implicit conadeDce in Mr . William Jzptf , until the said p .-rson do make good hin charge in puniic a ^ aiD . ^ . t Mr . William Js ? g , and he will meet tit ) said iudividuol at any place he n : ay nppoiut , to give him nn opportunity to make good thi 3 c . 'rirge . if ha docs n "> 4 comply with this , the Cfcarti-ts of Bicup will coi ^ i'Ur his assertiouB false , ar . d that he did not sp ..: ; k the trutb . Any coniir . unicatUnc from hi . n , aircctta to Mr . Thomas Shackictoa . shoemaker , B . icup , ncai' R jctviau , , will beatt-endeil to . " ¦ SCvvT . H . ajr . —Last Sand-y &fternoon Mr . Witt ¦ preached in the opeii air , to a vtry inrge . ERdkijce . ! StJTTQJi . l- > aSHPX £ I , » . —Tho ' Chartibts ' t . f this : place bav » reso ! v ,-d not to ccuutenat-ca any u .-j'uror <> : , wc : ue vifiit th y have not rtceived at-l .-iii bix Uajs j a-, t ^ -j U ) aSurii time foi- co ; respond-nce . !
NEWCASTLE . —Mn Cockburn lectured ia the Market-place , South Shields , on Tuesday evening last Tile evening was very unfavourable for an out-door meeting , ( being-weti notwithstanding which there could not be less than 2000 persons present . Mr . C . was well received , having been rapturously cheered at theend of each aentence . At the weekly meeting in the cloth market , Mr . Cockburn offered his services to agitate the surrounding districts , for a fortnight prior to his leaving this part of the country . The offer was accepted with thanks . A resolution was also passed recommending tho employment of the police force , with Prince Albert for their commander , in aid of Her Majeaty ' s forces in India .
NOMINATIONS TO THE GENERAL COUNCIL / PBESTOH . Mn Michael Burfc , tailor , Cock-yard . Mr . Michael Ward , weaver , Silver-street . Mr . John Walton ^ spinner , Harrington-street . Mr . Richard Shakeshaft , joiner , Sledden . Mr . John Roseden , oordwamer , ; North-road . Mr . Robert Singleton , spinner , Cotton-court . Mr . Richard Marsden , weayer / Crpft-street . Mr . William Liddle , cordwainer , Russell-street . Mr . Georg « Halton , do . 27 , Lawson-street , sub Secretary .
LIHEHOUSE . Mr . John Fraser , tailor . Mr . Michael Re ^ an , tradesman . Mr . William fiassage , bootmaker . Mr . Alexander Fletcher , boiler-maker . Mr . George Sweet , elerk . Mr . James Bell , engineer . Mr . George Ayling , turner . M , r . John Browhett , surgeon , eub-TreaSuren Mr . Thomaa Bartlett , bricklayer , sub-Seoretary
WANDSWORTH . Mr . J . Wentworth , millwright , Point Pleasant . Mr . Croft , shoemaker , St . James's Place . Mr . HpWitt , do . do . Mr . Brittle , sub-Treasurer . Mr . R . Wentworth , Point Pleasant , Wandsworfcb , sub Seoretary .
STAFFORD ( SHOEMAKEBS ) . Mr . Henry Harris , Eastfiate-fitreet . Mr . John Boyle , Broadeye . Mr . Robert Johnson , Eackwall . Mr . Henry Gox , Friar-street . Mr . Richard Martin , Earl-street . Mr . Samuel Ward , Friar-street , Bub-Treasurer . Mr . Alfred Hunnibell , Foregate-streefc , sub-Secre tary . .. . •"' . ¦ .. : ; "" ' ¦ . ¦ . . ARNOLD , NEAR NOTTINGHAM . Mr . Wai . Bates , Frame work knitter .
Mr . Jonn Manly , ditto . Mr . Charles Cooper , ditto . Mr . Wm . Brown , ditto . Mr . 'I'homas Baguley , ditto . M . Wfl ! . Andrew , ditto . Mr . Iram Stafford , ditto . Mr . P . M . Brophy , Chartist lecturer , Mr . James Anhony , frame work knitter , sub Treasurer . Mr . Wm . Emmerson , frame work knitter , sub Secretary .
MANCHESTER ( FUSTIAN CUTTERS . Mr . John Connor , fustian cutter , Loom-st , Mr . Terrauce Charles Rouke , fustiaa cutter , Chapel-it ; Mr . Jahn Goul ( Ien , ditto / Silver-Et . Mr . Ralph Buckley , ditto , Crown-st . Mr . Samuel Broadbent , ditto , Spear-st . Mr . rharle 8 Medley , ditto , Newberry-st . Mr . Jonathan Kaye , mechanic , Windmill-st ., sub-Treasurer . Mr . Wm . Davis , fustian cutter , Windmill-st ., sub-Secretary .
QUEEN S HEAD , CAMBRIDGE-ROAD , BETHNALL-GREEN Mr . John Shaw , Gloucester-st . Mr . Charles Johns , Fieldgate-st . Mr . James Blight , Marianne-buildings . Mr . Thomas Harris , Back Church-laiie . Mr . Wm . Hethrington , Ropemaker-st . Mr . Henry Billdry , Jubiiee-st . Mr . Wm . Ulrnjiwor'h , Epping Place-road . Mr . Joseph Scurr , Quaen ' s Head , Cambridge-road sub-Treasurer . Mr . Wm . Laurence , Rutland-st ., Bedford-square , sub-Secretary ,
STAYLEYBRIDGE . Mr . James Greenwood , Mount Pleasant . Mr . Thomas Wilson , Newton-street . Mr . John Hunt , Robiuson-street . Mr . William StepheDSon , Walinsley-street . Mr . Samuel Pickering , Spring-street . Mr . Peter Unsworth , Spring-street . Mr . John Aspinall , Keu \ yortuy-streot . Mr . William Hornby , Moum-pleasant , sub-Trea surer . Mr . William ¦ Orabtree ,- Mottram-road , sub-Secre tary . ' . ' ' . . ' ¦ . ¦ .. Mr . JohnDurham , Cross L . ach-street , correspond ing-Secretory .
All communications must be sent to Mr . Johu Durham , News Agent , Cros 3 Leach-street , Staley-Brit ' ge , Cheshire .
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