SHORT NEWS ARTICLES.
A meeting of Radical Reformers was held at Carlisle, on Monday last: -
On this subject, the Carlisle Patriot observes. "it would be the height of
injustice were we not to bear witness to the strict regard to order which they
manifested throughout the whole of their proceedings."
Our limits prevent us from noticing their speeches and resolutions
which are similar to those of other Radical Meetings, held in various parts of
Fever House, Oct. 18th. - Number of patients admitted since the 11th
inst. is 2. Number of patients discharged, cured 1 - remaining in the house 5.
At Cockermouth Fair on Monday last, there was a good show of cattle, a
great number were sold, but at rather low prices than have lately been
A great proportion of the horses were of an inferior description, for
which there was no demand. Good horses sold tolerably well.
From the official statement of Revenue, it appears that the Quarter
just expired, compared with the same Quarter for 1818, exhibits a deficiency of
£1,151,556; but compared with the corresponding Quarter of 1817, an increase
of £331,192. On the receipts of the whole year, as compared with 1818, there is
a decrease of £568,942, but as compared with 1817 an increase of £4,080,242.
Parliament, according to a proclamation which appeared in Tuesday's
Gazette, will meet on the 23rd of November. Special messengers have been sent
abroad to Lord COLELIESTER and Mr. CANNING, to recall the immediately home.
Monday sennight a meeting took place, within a mile of CHELTENHAM, on the
Winchcomb-road; between Charles PHILLIPS, Esq. of the Irish Bar, attended by
Colonel O'NEIL and HENRIQUES Esq., by Major PENRICE, when after an exchange of
shots, the affair terminated, and before leaving the ground, the parties shook