The Times, Wednesday, Dec 01, 1830; pg. 3; Issue 14398; col C

                                     STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

A turbulent display of popular feeling was exhibited at Dalston on Saturday
night. A large concourse of operatives, including several from Carlisle,
assembled with flags and music, to burn the effigy of the Duke of WELLINGTON.
His Grace was suspended to a pole, and elicited alternate execrations and
acclamations from the populace; and after receiving several shots, he was
committed to the flames, and consumed, amidst loud huzzas. - Carlisle Patriot.