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Morning Post And Fashionable World (Newspaper) - January 6, 1795, London, Middlesex i -i I h I No. 7155 KING'S THIS the 6th of will be a new serious called ZENOBIA IN The Music by in the second Aft by the first composed by and the last by The Principal Characters by Madame Signer Signor Signora COLO MB Signor Artd First Signor their first appearance in this With entirely New Dresses End of the first A End of the second New favorite PETIT LB TABLEAU Composed by Signor ONOR The principal Characters by Signor Monsieur LAW Monsieur Mademoiselle DEL And Madame The whole under the of who at engaged as Acting Manager at this Pit 10s. 6d.-Gallery 5s. No Money to be Doors tobe opened at haif past and the Performance at half fit et The Great Room will be opened for the ion the Nobility and Gentry on waiting for their ti. 13. is engaged at this and will mike his first appearance on Saturday in favourite Opera of LI ZiNG 4 RI IN in which Sutler CIPRIANI will likewise make his first THEATRE THIS PRESENT EVENING Their will act the of A TRIP TO To which will be added THE DEVIL TO The with The Irish THEATRE THIS PRESENT EVENING presented the Pi of After which the nth will be performed called MAGO AND The Castle of Mago & of THE an and most magnificent display of NATURE IN with ORGANIC REMAINS FRAGMENTS OF THE WORLD AND WORKS OF ij Raphael and continues to be exhibited as One Shilling each Good fires in tne The first and second of the Catalogue may be had at the price 6H. SANS By the Authority ci the Right Hon. the LORD HIS January 6, 1705, will be SANS in the an Entertainment entirely replete with Uncommon GREAT A TRIP TO THE As this Entertainment will embrace an unusual number which will be through a medium perfectly it is impossible to give an of them in an Among many ol and will not be The SONGS will come in the following An Buy my The Fortune The Smile of Lovely The Sportsman in and the Part The Fish out cf Jack Variety in and the Part A Play upon Tom Home's the Raree and Long live the The whole is Written and and will be Spoken and Accompanied by Mr. Boxes 5s. Area 3s. Gallery as. The Doors wiil be opened at Seven and the Performance begin exactly .it The Public are that Sans Souci has undergone a complete and elegant This which is constantly received with fche most flattering be repeated every and Lovely the A Play upon the Smile of Tom Truelove's Variety in the Fish out of Home's Jack and the are this day Clemency will be published on Monday and some one the Songs on every successive BARGAINS OF INDIA At No. 35, opposite SUPERFINE Turban at per Superfine Long at a low Fine and thin at 2s. Fine Mull of a quality much in sit 17s. 6d. a 320 Remnants of various at Superfine Plain now reduced to 4s. per Sprigged lowered to 6s. 100 Pieces of superb Sultana Fancy at one guinea per and some few pieces of Plain low as 3d. Likewise to be 100 Pieces of curious Irish at 39.6d. N. Though the above are offered so much under the usual they are warranted frow and Juve no fault except being January Price Fourpence horning PARLIAMENT A RY INTE L HOUSE OF january 5. COMMITTEE OF The into a of the Whole to confider of the Supply to be granted to His Mr. in the Mr. ROSE that Two Millions be granted to His to enable him to discharge Exchequer negotiated by virtue of an Aft patTed in the of that Four in two different be granted to His fop fame which were agreed and the Report ordered to be The Committee of Supply was ordered to fit on PRUSSIAN Mr. JEKYLL adverted to a whs 1 1 1 ' lie had a It was a snd if he 1 i. able o an aa it might prevent before received a on - a to met no fi know if on the to i a if that he fort no means deemed of the was for the had been as during the next week or would attend the that he would not have an opportunity of a Motion could Wish the F voted for had no great reception which but he had interfere with what more lie merely to to make any proportion intended fea atone for their by moving for ither declared to run a race in with the but left it totally to own that it was the defire of of his that .be brought forward by lway of the but affirmed that a majority of not think their in the A fMt there every art tp make the there made of their but it as were capable branding palatable that They were convinced the would operate -as a may his that yet he was in 5V--^ter of an the had rUt therefore that any was T that he did whether or which he turc he th th to of if 3ny fines be- marched would to his moving for hUfe PITT that lie could not the objection to the iThe Rub iru Exchequer what and Ch. s naa cA tun anr be laft he ior hvl Mr. J allied was amount the paid the King of Credit PITT the amount of tn e 1V/ELVE o n d NOTICE OT A MOTION FOR PIT Mr. GREY - be had a Motion of to to the as m ny would town in the of the to attend the Quarter it was his for their not only to but to the nature of Ids In the of the of the which he had the honour of la ft to were then agreed with the who now totally differed with him on the que His language was this if he under Hood him and he to if he did that the Government with which we could in be that of on a fome the old Con dilution of From thio the country was taught to that we could not treat or negotiate with any degree of common with that under the According to this the time of the continuance of the War was ih Sf his own as he man to a feat in at kaft know that attendance way he hot to by of the 1 and its being palatable he would not argue This much he could that this i for the Ward of Farringdon was the mod numerous in the the and mod all the in their Mr. LE MESURIER a few as far as we could comprehend in favour of the J CALL OF THE calculable Mr. Grey was of that could wilh advantage to this though the Negotiation may not be immediately and he that there were few in the or in this who agreed with Mr. Pitt in the that we not treat with until wc were mercy to terms as fire thought lit. He would on the 20'th in ft. previous to the debate on the move That it is the opinion of the that the Government of France not be by this Country as precluding a negotiation ' for Mr. PITT faid that he at enter into a on the topics to which the Honorable Gentleman had He conceived the dated in a fair and manly He would decline entering on the but he at a future date his why he did not think that the Country could with with France during her internal LONDON MILITIA Mr. SHERIDAN that he would forego what he had to mention the London Militia in of his having received a note from an Member who filled a Military department under that Watkin he was to mentioned that prevented that Gentleman from attending his He could not therefore afk a from a Gentleman who was not lad when the was hurried in one day through all its a which trenched on the chartered rights of the Since the the the Members of the City of and Dutch But had that the Country was not to bd informed of the number employed that were a too drong and alarming to be admitted by The who paid & fum fo had a jud right to know whether or not the King of provided number If he did why continue the dawn to the of It was the Houfe fo how long he the number Whatever the may it was the duty of to fee that they did not of the - - 1 Mr. PITT entered into a calculation td prove compared to other one in not as thirty to one proof to in the the King of The King of had been he to co-operate with the Allies in the General and this much be not completely the the general of the Allies were aided by His He was ready to debate at any convenient period v the Treaty Tiad been lad and amply It Was a of in the prefect in dancer to that if it did the general that the Force had a was oP very material import to the of Mr. from Mr. Pitt's own drew a deduction that this Treaty was is one the compared withy He that tlie number of be was hear what had fallen the Right able who that our want was owing to 'the dereliction of the vigour of the French but now to fhew thd this the Houfe is expected that we are indebted to every * favourable which during the the King of a few words from and Mr. the Strangers were ordered to and the Honfe divided when motion of Mr. Fox was Ayes 33---Noes 1 SHERIDAN'S MOTION TO REPEAL THE SUSPENSION OF THE HABEAS CORPUS ACT. he was unapprized that it be both in and without rather irrelevant to tha to forward any topic did not relate to the and as to excite a negociation for He was that there was to with regard to the public which was fo much a of fuch he | by if he did not refer t. 11 - ' - m n to the of But as the War was nally by the fabricating of Plots and which faid had was therefore not from bringing forward his Motion previous to which he would that all Alarms were and no did really but in the minds of His There were two which druck him bringing forward the The one Whether the minds of Englishmen were prepared to fee the a of their Rights And the other Whether they conceived it expedient But in contemplating ' he the Houfe if it forgot what had lad the internal date of the country He them if they in their after what had fince that directed the Gentlemen whom I to give it on the 20th bring forward a in which he conceived the fate of thing held dear by the would be On the day in the opening the another motion would be a novel mode of by lending them On hoped to fee a full and to effete he would That the Houfe be over on the 20th of January The Motion was agreed and the in put and Mr. JEKYLL that as the Chancellor of the Exchequer had dated the of the paid to the King of he to know the amount of the number of Troops employed in He therefore 'E That an account of the Monies to the King of with the number of Troops employed in of the received from this be laid on the Mr. PITT dated the difficulty there would be in compliance with this as were no official returns made as to the number of troops Mr. FOX that when this Country entered into a a was that a number of troops aft in of fuch It was agreed by this that England and the States-General have employed with that If this were the he did not fee how the Right Honourable Gentleman could plead Ignorance to the There was fame difference in this and made with the King of and the Prince of Heffe We paid the King of Sardinia for troops to his own Dominions but we had paid an enormous fum to the King of to the General Caufe with we had a right to know if the number for which had had been M r. PITT that having nothing more general info mation on POInt he to be than general information on the he could not the numbers Generally we had profited by the as far as he could judge from the which the troops had on the in which the General Alliance had He therefore moved an Mr. FOX declared at the mode adopted by the Chancellor of the Exchequer to get nd of the The quantum of money paid for this compared to that the Prince of HeiTe or the Kinp of was as thirty to When this was brought lad before the it was dated that this army was to-be commanded bv to the oS that the libel to us charges made them by promoters of the and in power If dill in what they to was their opinion with to the of the how could they from them a continuation pf their or greater exertions than they had fince the commencement of the Mr. Sheridan continued by if he knew the principles of if he knew their attachment to their with all its they for there is no human that has he would that they would not forfeit the they to the or the that prevail in If Mr. Pitt continued to fav that the temper of the People was that the Harem Corpus Aft mud continue till this was the point at which he to be It had dated by a venerable that the of the Habeas Corpus for hour was not a thing to be borne bv It was to in his they ought not to But the Country was now in of the cold forms of that this great Palladium of Liberty not be till Every member in the was called on toj with their Mr. Pitt even dates his whether or not at thai it may be prudent or fafe to repeal aft to repeal the Habei Corpus On he the benefit of. that aft to be could be offered by in favour
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