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British Press (Newspaper) - April 20, 1821, London, Middlesex 6733 Price 7d. DAY will Me THE LIBERATION Appius Mr. O. Mr. Miss Mrs. filter which will tie the first a new grand Melodramatic called ' has cotfle sife to is * to hear addressed as before Mrs the Mr. i of She to 5 the opera of Rob ' ' fht of preserved Macready Oii the of Henry BerV tram a Gentleman appearance mi the the play uf The Doors td be opened Play to ' 3s. 3s. 6d.Second ' 6d. been of - he found AT Tor the 139ih 011 EASTER MON and the ROYAL ENGLISH when he will have the of- his Travels -in A ' Mathews will ibe Sia Voyage in the Polly n V. theatre royal MORRO 21,, |l - an on asd the of the fi which bp of illustration irf phenomena of has been on a scale und the their imitated with and bya Teet id of a pf One Hundred and Thirty ' 1SIC. - tu be at and at Just most Is. ONE'S Ins surprising Artificial the Beasts anil alive By the thc POLITICAL THAT Twenty-four Cuts of the astonishing Curiosities tbe the a a Mask the 5 the Prime a Water 5 the a a Twopenny the My the 4 Printed for 45j and soUl by all and Bills for doors and This day are in 8vo. price 6s. RE VIA It Bishop of the of ENGLAND and ROM El By G. A.M. Keetor and Vicar of and tp Royal the Duke fur and WINTER EVENING day in two 12nio. the Second Edition of EVENING amung Ibe in of ' e 7 By JAMES Author of Queen's &c. Printed fur G. 13, Are and and Of he just 2. with the Life of ' ' 3. of three 4. SUCH IS THE In three price 21s. 5. A LEGEND OF 'Tis a Hundred Years In 21s, 6. The FAVOURITE by tu Joanna three price 21s. EN RY'S C N K D M A GN ESIA SlA to be prepared wit hi scrupulous rare by Messrs. THOMAS and WILLIAM It is sold qn price 2s. 9d. or glass stoppers at 4s. 6d. with full directions for its by their in ilie and throughout the il tit unless their names are engraved oil the which is over of the Venders Magnesia may be bv n similar AROMATIC of the Invention the only genuine of that CHEAP ONLY TWENTY SHILLINGS A W THE DRAWING NEXT SEVENTEENTH OF SHARES IN uu in lias caused an unprecedented and the Contractors are happy in that appreciate their endeavours .to to the above singular Person whu hoys before the jVth May with the favourable advantages Two Prices of 2.1,000/., and 4,005 other Prizes of 4,0001., 1,001)/., Consols mid are sure to be Drawn 17tli besides are 1,00 Chances pf Two of 20,200/. in a subsequent There are jio t out of the Wheel deciding its and no Every bought fore the 17th of surt to 17.tli i v is DE i a in three - N. j Printed far W. and and Bell and In the j a m three the of la Motte &c. This day are price 3s. LE all the and with to the principal HANNAH Printed for tii and Sad j Opinions with pu Ed it New uf all her ' This day is price 3s. IHE a Satirical Poem comprising Sketches of some and ' By Esq. ' Pi iu the v. Of be by the same in aud ii in three 4s. ' j in 1 A They'll sit by the and to know what's done Ibe and William MARTYN'S FIFTH In a few will be in one price 7s. the Fifth Edition of HENRY pf St. John's and the Honourable Eist India 187, whom be a fnw remaining Copies of the Fourth price who are desirous of havins 1'oit Wine of extraordinary and full may have Sample of Wme of the of 1802, Thirteen Yews in at 7s. per ditto Eleven Years iu 6d..; ditto pf 1803, Seven in 6s. by applying at 340, Oxford to observe that 110 Person can Lave Two Sample Bottles of each or one can Order be except for after the Order is as the of it Cellar iu the land will only be removed at DREADFUL OUTRAGES IX - april Between eleven and o'clock oa a party of those to the number who in lest the south liberties of the of John at The by the party and smashing almost all the m the house here their utmost exertions were directed parlour Ihe whole of forced in with sledges and large The servant on hearing the came to his master's door render but Torrance could not Torrance got his arms and went to his window had no and attempted to fire st veral shuts on the party who were then jirst under hi all missed The robbers having now bits up throwing a large stone at one of the upper of which they broke they demanded his he would promise to the he said lie Wauld give his arms would he make leaving of been as sentinels on the whose bend cot they through the door afe Mr. T. Ire most rendering by charging the tinns her husband the conflict for some they then with a sTedge endeavoured to break through a partition had they would have placed Mr. T. between two but he taking deliberate aim the person so disabled and he was dragged into the servant's The tiring now aud the party ordered two large bundles of which they had brought into the to be set on Mr. T. if they did some of their companions should also he knew lie had killed and the rest should go down stairs but that he would let them away quietly if promised to leave the and also one man might come up being agreed the man did and a ladder put to the servant's the whole of wus forced they dragged the dead man to and carried down that having taken a door from the on winch it is supposed they placed the they off. and Mr. T. escaped but his fate and legs were burnt with the powder of his whose guns were fired off closo lo A great number of have been picked from ithe walls of and a vety handsome pistol was left behind by who broke every article of that came in their including and Too much praise cannot be given to Mr. T. for his spirited resolute we the admirable support he received fought expelled his house this most desperate gang ef Monday Alderman W. T. of and the Rev. Richard bj a of Major Going's police liom the made a search in lite district of many nides around for the at Mr. A paper of the the deep by the and spirited the above A subscription list has also lie en for the pdT 6fHj-uIu^ may lead 10 List about six in the county On passing over by country in ' they them one - or a were carried by people Thomas inf their a 5/. and some of the property stolen lite tipon The party who Bennett's at ou musket and pistol from Sunday last the Rev. atuT Mr. in the most impressive manner from at Michael's exhorted their hearers being concerned in the outrages which disgrace this and in the most forcible u due to the IMPERIAL HOUSE OF 19. ROYAL The COMMISSIONERS having taken their Beats at past three The LOKD CHANCELLOR directed the Deputy Usher of the Blaek Rod Iu inform Ihe House of Commons that their presence was in order to hear bis Majesty's Assent by Commission In certain The Ihe LORD the Marquis of aud the Earl of hi a attended by several and Ihe Officers of Ihe House of when dje Royal Assent was declared lo the following Beer Duties the Army Allowance the Irish High Treason Laws and a number of private The and the Members of the House of Commons then Mr. from the presented an of Ihe duties ou bides and the additions that had been made to the public during the ten on the ' ' Mr. and nther Members of the House of up tlie Parish of St. Gas Light aud two other Private which were read a On the motion of the Earl of SHAFTESBURY their Lordships theu to Uje 1st of HOUSE OF April 19. Ala quarter before four o'clock the SPEAKER look Ibe and the Deputy Usher of the Black summoned the House in the usual form to attend in ihe House of to hear the Royal Absent given by Commission to several Acts passed by both Houses of The Speaker attended by several of Ihe proceeded and 011 bis return Ihe House that Ihe Royal Assent been given to Ihe Beer Duties Mount's Bay several Private which tee Ihe Mr. SUMNER till after ihe Easter his motion for a Committee oa the and other payments into the Chamber of the City of on account of the ill of an Hon. the receiver of the Mr. STUART WORT LEY presented a Report from the Committee to inquire into the of the laws Stamping of which was ordered lobe Lord HAMILTON having received several his motion 011 the stale of the which was fixed for the 2d I lie inconvenience of its brought early a after the now postponed it to ihe 10th May moved that all the Petitions row op lire the complaining of Ihe burgh be to Ihe Committee on The Nuisance was read a and lo be and read a second time uu Monday The for amending Ihe laws for Ihe making and sale of Bread was read a first aud ordered to be read a second lime this day ILLICIT DISTILLATION IN PETITION OF THE PARISH OF General HART leave to remind the House that lie hail lately presented a Petition from Inhabitants of ibe County which he the injustice and oppressions which they are compelled under I lie present system of Distillery Laws in Iu the beginning of the present he had one from the Parish of in that he offered one from the of a Parish which hail suffered as much as any other in Ireland under Ihe severities authorised by those laws that the Excise under the pretence of levying fines off parishes or town lauds the offences of seized what property they and sold it for sums 1 hey that the Petitioners had lost the greater of their and many of them had hi en driven to The House would that when the goods were they were not sold by and the residue returned to the 011 the in many disposed of means unknown to from all been nor can any information be obtained on the it bad been for by the Notwithstanding the of the their demaud was moderate and to the account aud to be permitted to distil in a legal Uu tie licensing small stills in lie would speak with as the present laws prohibit all except those of very distilling .in consequence of and I lie want of markets for the peasantry are impelled lb commit breaches of the Excise and this practice is not as confined to the mountainous but is extending to most of the counties of measure of licensing small stills in Scotland bad been tried in those of country which frere addicted rtO trie years 1,816=:It: die retenue j The Horn that had Hot advantage of such and an enure 7peopif^ he bad beea lately occupied id of two most important Catholic Parliamentary much said on the conciliatory tendency those could assure Ihe that more real would be conferred upon Ireland by the Laws than by either of those of Ireland had not suffered from illicit distillation for diminution of it was great measure stills evade ihe duties of the spirits which and faf Willi the In pf ilie present distillery laws ib into the commission of crimes in their of which they might be easily reformed by taking tjie This state laws requires the maintenance of a large army to en for re of which army the Excise officers have Ihe command as much as any General or Magistrate in the The expense of Ibis army is also a cause of the diminution pf Ihe Irish The Hon. Member concluded by that the Irish hail a strong claim on Ihe compassion of the especially the the inhabitants of which are valuable from and bad once proved themselves bulwarks of our The Petition was then and ordered Mr. TENNYSON gave notice of a motion on Wednesday the 9th to enable proprietors and occupiers of laud to kill preserve game on waste lauds adjoining to their Mr. H. G. BENNETT gave that on Ihe 9th May be would move certain Resolutions for extending the elective franchise to towns containing a large FEES ON Mr. H. G. BENNETT presented a Petition from John and William complaining of treatment they had suffered in consequence of having given in Ihe Office of the Clerk of the Peace for Ibe County uf in the month of September 1820-Ordered 10 he He then moved for returns of all fees taken at the Office of the Clerk uf the Peace for Ihe County of or by Officers with that under the head of for the last three distinguishing such recognizances as have been forfeited or made void by the being brought up for judgment - for an account of fees received during the same period 011 the enrollment of Lord W. gave notice of a motion 011 the 8th May for certain papers respecting the affairs of Sir H. PARNELL presented Petition from certain persons Called ill the City of praying to be allowed lo give their affirmation instead of taking to he Mr. B. WiLBRAHAM presented a Petition from certain Inhabitants of against the Metropolis a number of respectable Inhabitants of London of the rejection by the House of of Thomas some time and also of the assumption by Judges of a power tu fine persons upon while making their Understanding I hut the Chairman of the for the County of Surrey had expressed himself hurt by on observation which he had made on a former when he presented ihe Petition from which he conceived to have charged him with an interference or packing of Juries at Ihe he should take that opportunity of that he had on that occasion that on threatening in fine Mr. lor speaking lo him iu the Chairman had assumed a power which he his conscience believed he did not In the absence of the he should uot detain the House by any on the right of Courts to tine for but it was Jjs intention shortly to make a substantive motion on the Mr. H. Sumner he wat obliged to ihe Hon. Member for Westminster for giving him the opportunity of 4-jtplainnig the conduct of the Chairman Quarter The Hon. theu proceeded to rend a letter froin the giving a very full statement of what between him and Mr. one of the jurors in attendance at the Sessions but we regret that the low tone and enunciation which the Hon. Member read the prevented us from accurately possessing ourselves uf its lie concluded with a panegyric on the character of the and assured the House of hts tire belief that that Hon. Magistrate was incapable of any act unbecoming his Mr. S. VV out on t tie motion for the Petition being laid on the he should be sorry to object to the but he could not consent thai it should go abroad as the opinion of that that or Chairmen of Quarter had not the power to fine persons for contempt of or interrupting the Mr. Hobhouse the Petition did not question the as to but the right lo fine persons on their Mr. M. A. Taylor it was clear and by law auy Judge hud the power and imprisonment any person who Or interrupted the of ihe Court by any noise or any disorderly any Onflow s the power to punish contempt was by luw allowed to every Court of from the highest to the and he believed that was the first lime of its being culled in Mr. DenMAN he did not mean to deny that every Court had the power by law to persons who interrupted the Hut he only questioned the power to fine because it might happen that the circumstances of the party rendered unable 10 pay the jine He had 110 doubt of the power to commit for and when the party should be brought up before the Court and to fine him according 10 his The Petition wag ordered tu be Mr. brought up a return shewing the amount of advertisement duties paid in the course of year into the Treasury by Sunday Newspapers published jn Sir R. Wilson for an account of persons holding two or receiving two for two ili the and civil the allowances of each describing ihe service performed for such had been Lord notice of a motion for the 7th for an Inquiry into the of Justice in the of ' ' Mr. moved return of the of of land tax by the delivered to the iu the Counties of together with the totalt amount of by the if whai beyond had been to what purposes such surplus had been and by what authority it had been to Mr. brought up a Petition from Timber trading to of -ing for an increase of the Duties ou Colonial v. or a diminution 011 European to be OFFICE OF JUDGE Mr. HuSIe proposed two motions to the House 01: the subject of. this The first was for a return of the number of persons in the army tried by Courts-martial jn each from 1808 to 1890, distinguishing the trials of officers and and also the number tried by General and Regimental and how many of them had been submitted to his Majesty in motion was for a return of the number of martial which had beeti attended by the I and his at in and distinguishing those attended by the Judge and those attended by his in Edinburgh and Mr. Beckett had no objection to the returns being hb he would then have Uu opportunity of meeting the subject He would only that the motion staled the subject The Deputy iuT Scotland wag an officer appointed by arid was not his as life motion Mr. Hume that lie intended to have inserted the The Lotto that the Deputy in Scotland attended besides those at The in to comprise the of the Mr. at the suggestion of the and foe the names of the chief The papers were then Mr. R. Martin that the Petitions persons holding situations iu Courts of Justice in ordered by the to be be referred 10 a Select Committee to examine the matter and report their observations to the Mr. Wakre hoped that the Committee would use their Inactions with for it would be a precedent to encourage Petitions and hopes of for the loss of offices which the Government found it necessary to Mr. R. Martin had not made up his mind on ihe merits of any of the He only wished for a Committee to examine into I The Committee was theu and on ihe motion of Mr. Martin the of Mr. wus added to the The Chancellor of the Exchequer rose to according to annual that the House on its rising do adjourn to Monday A longer delay would have been but the public business had not with sufficient and it was likely to detain them till late iu the besides by adjourning beyond that they would lose two supply Mr. Calcraft thought a longer recess was especially as the country Gentlemen had to which on the day appointed for their meeting all over the The must be kept us a He hoped the Chaucellor of the Exchequer would reconsider and appoint a later The of the Exchequer that he had considered before hand ull the reasons adduced by the but he had many stronger reasons for requiring the House not to give themselves a indulgence of leisure than till Monday 1 COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE BETWEEN ENGLAND AND Sir H. Parnell rose to fulfil bis notice of submitting a motion for the appointment of a Committee on this He wished to give a brief outline which he had to lie first took a of the mischievous effects produced to Ireland by the protecting and countervailing and the interruptions to which the Excise regulations in consequence gave With respect to he professed his intention to to propose placing intercourse upon the footing as the coasting He Considered the Union as a the propriety of which might be well called in He did not altogether approve of the Act which had been passed last year for their continuance during 20 although he gave the Right Hon. Gentleman credit for the goodness of his He thought that the Act was not justified by existing and he was convinced that it would prove extensively injurious to It would the effect of checking the manufactories of England as well as by continuing the duties on English which included that very machinery and materials by which Irish were to Of were the duties 011 on the materials for the and other which were all of English On the other by the duties on and woollen of she was de-
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