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Albion And Evening Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 16, 1800, London, Middlesex 4 4 1' 4 - V -J 1 T 1 4 - No. 398. 16/ 180^ THEATRE TO-MORROW Becember 17, their Servants will THE CASTLE To which will be the Farce of r a HIGH LIFE BELOW 1. + Boxes 6s. Second Price 3s.-Pit 3s. 6d. Second Price as. Second Price Gallery 13. Second Price 6d.-No Money to be places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. at his in Little The Doors to be opened at a and to at a Quarter after On the Merchant of with Blur STATE begins drawing 2d of 1801. No. of Value of 20,000 10,000 5,0OO 2,000 1,000 5po 160 18 is 4 m 11 60,000 Total 60,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 12,000 i 0,000 30:9,600 in the way he he should hold f it Ills bounden duty so to ' The question for summoning the House for Friday - then parried Lordships adjourned till I. HOUSE OF r DEC. 15. * t list with an On The Hour After and Robinson On King John or England On Monday The with the New Pantomime called 0-MORROW December 17, be the Comedy of EVERY MAN IN HIS The Fart by Mr. WITH ST. D Ay ID'S Boxes 6*. Pit 3s. 6d. Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery is. Places for the Boxes to of Mr. at the Box-office in ' Doors to be opened at Quarter and to begin at a Quarter Sfjf On with Mr. Cooke will by a Gentleman whenever appeared on any On Monday Jane which will be a new The Dominion of or entire 6res^es,�nd FROM THE The POST CO &c. for the Summer set ant as follow and called the gvery at Five to iks Crown 1;-Cuafded throughout Coach through ihe Post and the at Five and wew Bl RMl Warwick Mercury Post With a Sets out every and reaches Birmingham next day at Passes by and tc the Sheen's and Doncaster Post every and Friday at Severn to the Bull and - LEEDS New Light called the sets out every Morning at Eight Four Inside goes through S ram and the Golden next day at Notwithstanding the uncommon expedition of this it is allowed to be the most agreeable complete public conveyance on the equalled in accommodation or convenience by any Kirby 6rmskirk,' and Cars at Five and Huntingdon sets off and Friday at Four only Coach from $ pi Isby or and Edinburgh New with a Guard sets put every at Seven by waj of Passengers finding themselves fatigued from the length of the rest what they and proceed The Proprietor at u and mth four Horses and a Guard ail the 3G^oi�, 4ne^%- Grantham by out every and performs the the greatest by or have advantage of their being in the u 6f rte Capitals will be as First 25th 29th Day 20,000 Ditto 33d Day 30*000 4^�hDay v and are selling at every Lottery Present ptice of a 18s. Half 15 o I. Eighth Quitter 4 S o | Sixteenth 1 * 6 Theorizes will in full sterling without any The Public depend that Tickets will not be rise as the Drawing An was presented pf the amount of Bank in circulation for the 4istingn�ilvmg those below the U A was issued for to Parliament in the room af of they committed and particularly to the Lord Chancellor and Mr. Pitt it stated he had been confined Tor three years in Reading and by praying his pase might be inquired into by the V Mr. PITT that the doubtless to be open to every application from any of his and where they entitled to bin application must to a suitable The seemed rather be a thiols Ordered to lie on the tabte nor Wai the under for the farther BRITISH 1 HOUSE OF Bills also to two Assent was given by to the Corn Importation and the Nova Scotia Herring Importation 10:11 Road and to Lulling Naturalization The Lords Commissioners the the Lord and Lord The were forwarded in The consideration of the Report of the Population OF Marl the House that the Second Committees he then he with any upon the but he would simply a sufficient number of Copies of the Report be printed for the use of the was ordered observed ht did not any Remarks upon the thc Pointed he should submit H few to which it to of their it a concern of the last degree of he thought proper to move be summoned upon the Earl CAMDEN that he understood the printed copies would not be ready for delivery 1 r 1 upon which That the who his Majesty's The for continuing the Aft was read a and to be read a second time 'The Speaker the House that the Royal Assent had been notified by commission to the Corn Bounty Importation and the for tbc of duty The Exchequer Bills was read a second tinier and committed for r The Indemnity was read a third time and Ryder reported from the Committee on the high price of &c the following weie ordered to be brought the and the other two were to be referred to a Committee to The Resolutions are as - That it is the opinion of this that Ad made the 2�th year of of his sent An permit Bakers to make and sell certain sous of breads should be before Thursday The of for Friday next 71 Lord he this opportunity acquaint Lordships that he shortly a motion for the of certain which he conceived highly the J of I and ht wished were to and to to that Hes lad asserted on a former nighty by a pf not then in his that it yrte proper to give some previous notice of to On tii a in the present U white to the Peer's he fix his for when it would be summoned on His Lordship continued to and Salisbury Balloon every were other State Papers of still it with a Cuard afl the through had just Flue laid before the in order to enable it to with four come to a decision the v Breakfast PwM were those 1 run to Sec. * SHEFFIELD and Morning at ' N.B. Heavy of 4�c, by the To every and every and every and three times a and twice a and Edmonton at half past and half past Seven WILLIAM MOUNTAIN Co. their Friends and tlie they cannot be 9cepuntaUe for any Parcel or &c. if lost and from or to the Saow That it opinion of this thaf in order to make more provision for thai it is expedient to allow mixed and every species of bread made of fine household io he made and sold without it is the opinion of this that the provisions of an mada in the last to expiration of six weeks after the commencement of the next Session of any person or persons frem selling any bread which shall not have been baked a certain should be continued with such as may make the same more That jjt is the opinion of this that it is expedient to allow the use of salt J for the purpose of preserving and and species of wholesome bulk or in for a limited the Edinburgh Poor Relief was read a third time and Tax Redemption wai read a and ordered to be read a Sill better Maintenance m the and for the pf of SrM was lead a third which Mr. Hyder proposed some er a 1; as and t he of overseers Were laid to the poor at the of the to be added io the by of Sturt gave that on next he should submit a motion to the House ing tht expedition against FerroL HABEAS CORPUS present of Corpus A great J part of the petition related as. to the treatment inr Fields than to the of the from the manner in which the petition was it did not appear to him that the House II could suffer it to upon Mr. did not appear to contain any or &c. but not as ought not to Every 5ubjeft had a to petition the House for relief in cases of seVere personal or of the nature which the prisoner stated he had Sir W. PULTENEY thought it would be for J the honour of the House to make inquiry relative .to the matters stated in the This j might be in a Secret jt should appear that man stated they be and a siop I thereby put to and he thought this I would be a belter course than to resist all * T The GENERAL Le petition contained strong on his Privy ami also stated a variety of matter extraneous to the matter rof The bn the Privy Council could form no part which Baronet proposed to If the petition had been confined to personal have had no objection to its laid on the table; but tVe reflection which it in ihe the j n. thought to ' prevent of this being to the it would be better ro s the present Mr. JOLLIFFE was of opinion that it would be better that the petition do lie upon the 1 Tt did not appear to him to contain any charge i against ihe against his or the Government of the or any thing that was in itself indecent or If this petition were person aggrieved could or to-be heard by He should divide the House upon the in observed that the petition stated that the Privy Council had Maitre at the very they could noc give credit to the reports of spies and informers against &c. The petition contained a reflection upon and was totally irrelevant to that which professed to be its He thought it to be Mr. SIMEON ttat it was inconsistent ' I The papers tie were parts of the cor Otto and M. Grenville fa general instantly corrected the and those letters between Lord &c. in the course of the late I which had been as from the whole he asserted it would that a secure and honourable peace with the enemy was though perhaps not through the medium of Hia Majesty's present present he was too near its for the discussion of a proposition of such He some other Noble more capable giving force and consideration to the after ihe Imperial bring it forward he soch vould be the case it he gave then the very other Peer forward in the Tie ATTORN EX GENERAL Order of the for the to resolve itself a Committee on the HaWs Corpas Mr. he had a petition to present to the Paul Themas The petition was ordered to be It he had Arrested in is the year when 1^ was only eighteen with the dignity of the House to suffer the to state that the person who gave information against him was a perjured This was the grossest libel on an individual he had ever Had the petitioner merely stated he should have been for receiving his but as it WM he should votg for it. he was not aware an could complain otherwise against another of This must indeed Be a but if it formed a very good pf The he should make some allowance for expressions He thought the honour of the engaged to receive the The House was only concerned to defend its own ahd not to repel any charge brought against He did not sit there to defend of having been concerned that he was defined tUl the | in against the but to defend May and then That he against those in against him by the Grand Jury J and that eager to shew to the he surrendered was and for want of evidence discharged that was in of declaring the instrument supposed to have been intended against his Majesty's life had been found in his house 3 that the told the mother she would never see of prison he went to the the of iton took to her and that wai ukea with and tn thit Lord VR T had no to receiving the provided in decent and decorous and upon individuals or questioned if this petition was this man might not he for a libel The House ought suffer calumnies of this sort to be brought before especially when such charges were not the ground totally irrelevant to its Mr. said the petitioner had set com- because matter was also aM it therefore to be Thff should that during 7T mm Wm die but i The atM to that owing to the * * fee pf his exculpatory doming ope 6f the Loudon it then to the informer the against mi deed that he thought was a. monstrous injustice i the to allowances lor 1 i
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