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-Awe the last number of q some pleasant da ta lanSsbinion ot the comparative ^wfisnee of democratic princi- ,ic is extremely heavy, and extraj;dinary degreo In the following table 'lit budgets of tiie last ten ni$i|ed it* Paris by authority of r" ":t £ UST TEX YEARS, or •> 31,100,000 ,.J 6o. 37,b00,000 '1 dc 3»,730,000 -V?u,00'> do. 37,330,000 •5.703,000 do. 38,810,000 I,510.000 do. 38,930,000 II,500,00(7 do. 60,000,000 do. 44,000,000 8S3 l,l20,391,OifQ do. 44,500,000 vKlC »♦ atki%n<iwo 4 ti <•» *Virw nf 1« n < u^cai s tua-t "u r7U""Ult: VI me iaM ? Charles X. was &5G,»OQ,GOe francs, or about ,000 f. sterling, while that of the first year of Philippe waS Above ,300,0(>0,0fiu. or ',000'. Thus while the Thrje Glorious Days wished every man's property by ,1 third, it added the national burdens by i4 Such ure the j -ssin^3 of democratic ascendancy." We suspect that if we look at home we shall find that our Rotoni.vu House of Commons whilst it has diminished none of the people's burthens, has con- trived !o add from thirty to millions to the national debt. Reformers art- economical enough, we" grant, in the distribution of their own fund* f it is only when they have acquired the right of diopiog their h:nds into the public pocket that they are really foaud to b^ liberal.

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REVIEW OF LITERATURE. .

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