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  2. DEBATES IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

    The order of the day having been read, Mr. Hume said, it was with sorrow he had heard the right honorable gentlemen opposite (Mr. Huskisson) retrace the inciple so clearly and ably set forth in the buillion report that ...

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  4. THE FATE OF THE NEW BOOKS.

    Observe how books now-a-days are torn to pieces, gutted, cooked, and served up to the table of the reading public! On the Wry morning of the birth of a fine, promising book, the great press-gang of tho united kingdoms ...

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  5. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

    Parricide and MURDER.—PARIS, JAN. 30.—A shoemaker, named Champion, residing in the commune of Onnainng, and arrondissement of Valeciennes, was tried on the 24th instant, before the Court of Assize of Douai, for ...

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