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Albion And Evening Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 16, 1800, London, Middlesex 4 4 -1* 1' 4 - V -J Vr, # 1 -.4 '* � T 1 4 - > No. 398. TUESDAY, Becems^r 16/ 180^ [Price Sixpenc:e. THEATRE ^Oy^,4>RURf-LAN�. TO-MORROW EVE^tNG, Becember 17, their Majesties' Servants will adrfiefcriinaof THE CASTLE SPECTRE. . To which will be added, the Farce of r a HIGH LIFE BELOW STAIRS. 1. + Boxes 6s. Second Price 3s.-Pit 3s. 6d. Second Price is-Gallery as. Second Price w.-JUpper Gallery 13. Second Price 6d.-No Money to be returned, places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Fosbrook, at his Office, in Little Russell-street, The Doors to be opened at a Quarter-past Five, and to >egin at a Quarter after Six. On Thursday, the Merchant of Venice, with Blur jgNGLISH STATE LOJTERY, begins drawing 2d of March, 1801. . No. of Prizes. �of SCHEME, Value of each. 20,000 10,000 5,0OO 2,000 1,000 5po 160 18 is 4 m 11 60,000 Tickets. Total Value. � 60,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 12,000 i 0,000 ,400 ,000 30:9,600 �$00,000 rftent, in the way he rfiehtioncd, he should hold f it Ills bounden duty so to do. ' : The question for summoning the House for Friday -next - wa^ then put-and parried ;- \- ^ On Friday, The Belle's. Strata*?*, Hour After Supper, and Robinson prusoe. On Saturday, King John ^ or England Invaded. -j> On Monday The Stranger, with the New Pantomime called Harlequin-Amulet; or, Tfie&agicof Mona. THEATRE-ROYAt, COVENT-GARDfiN. 0-MORROW JSVENINO. December 17, �will be presented, the Comedy of , EVERY MAN IN HIS HUMO0R. The Fart oflUtely by Mr. COOKE. WITH ST. D Ay ID'S DAY. Boxes 6*. Pit 3s. 6d. Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery is. Places for the Boxes to -taken of Mr. Brandon, at the Box-office in Hart-Street; ' Doors to be opened at \ Quarter fcatt Five, and to begin at a Quarter pa^t Sfjf o'clock. On Thursday, Macbeth, with ; Sfetimf)^ Jtaor.. Mr. Cooke will perlorm l^vuflffMia^rC^^ by a Gentleman whenever appeared on any Stage. On Monday next, Jane Shore. er which will be produced, a new Pantc*rhlme� ^l|d The Dominion of Fancy, or Harlequin's. Tqur, wh-h entire ne# Music, Scenery, Machinery* 6res^es,�nd Decorations. FROM THE SARAC8N*S-H**B INN, SNOW- Hltli, LONDON, The POST CO ACHES, &c. for the Summer Season, set ant as follow :- LIVERTOOI^Wwrfn^ton^Cnutstonl, Stone, and LitchfeW1^�rCoach, called the Expedition, gvery ^Eveifm-r, at Five "o*c!6ck, to iks Crown Inn, Red-cross-street* l.|v?r�ool 1;-Cuafded throughout Thi* Coach *oes through ihe Potteries. . MA'MCTfBfSi'ER, WiUftfWlir; Congleton, Newcastle, aiuTWttsai Post Coachie^fivwin^^uarded. ^H^sW^tmi^T;WSHi^gton, and Smifnali Coach, the Rpyal Ctiatlpt**, e*eiy Etfenjnfc, at Five o'clock,& fhe^aven and*Hfl!."ttin* Shrewsbury.^Gua^ded. SOUTHAMPTON, Winchester, Alresford, Alton* Pamham, and fcagshot Coach, wew Morning. Bl RMl NGHAM and1 Warwick Mercury Post Coach, With a Guard. Sets out every Afternoon, and reaches Birmingham next day at noon. Passes by Warwick, Knowle, Kineton, Banbury, Tingewick, Buckingham, Winslow, Aylesbury, Tring, and Berkhampstead, tc the Sheen's Hei.d, Bull-Street, Birmingham. HT,LL, Korthcave, Howdeh, Thorn, and Doncaster Post Coach, every Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday Morning, at Severn o'clock, to the Bull and Sun-lnn, Myton- gate, Hull. - LEEDS New Light Coach, called the Rockingham,, sets out every Morning at Eight -o'clock-carries Four Inside oniy^ ant^ goes re-markably easy-passes through S ram lord, Newark, Retford, Doncaster, and Ferry. bridge, to* the Golden Lion, Leeds, next day at noon. Notwithstanding the uncommon expedition of this Coach, it is allowed to be the most agreeable and' complete public conveyance on the NorthRoad, beingun- equalled in accommodation or convenience by any other. KENDAL,>> Lanca^er, Preston, Kirby Lonsdale, Bouiton, Chorsey, 6rmskirk,' and Cars tang* Post. Coaches, -every-Afternoon, at Five o'cldck.-*-Guafded. LOUTH, Spilsby,; Horncastie, Boston, Spalding, Peterborougfi, -'Stiitori, and Huntingdon Post-CoachJ sets off NfondayV Wednesday, and Friday Evenings, at Four o'clock. -!T he* only Coach from $ pi Isby or Louth. .�>-. YORK, Newcastle, and Edinburgh New poach, per- fcrmed with a Guard throughout, sets put every Mom-ing at Seven o'clock, by waj of .Newk,, Rftforf, Tad-caster, Darlington, Northallerton, DurtenOj Morpeth, andBerwdck. Passengers finding themselves fatigued from the length of the journey, .�up rest what *ijn� they please, and "then proceed o& withdM *ny additwpal ftre. The Proprietor at "Yoft* n&k ifatffos* to; 'fftfH, Scarborough, Whitby, aftS pj*er pta^ ^ %': u ; ^ CARL1SIE and ferorith PosuCoa^i gflfs mth four Horses and a Guard ail the wi^Sp^es throti^g Brodgh, Appleby, Q?^^gef\lUtfej^,- 3G^oi�, Boroughbridge,' Wetheiby, 4ne^%- ^1 Grantham (the neares*ray by |fti|es)^sets out every morning, and performs the jbufpfy virith the greatest facility. Passenger*, de&ifma, .fig* rpad by busintes or pleasure, have ^pe^liw advantage of their seat?lj being seculed in the jMxt tbZth (with only;*!* COfch- u fkxi 6f rte Capitals will be determinect as under: First ftfa^wri Tlcltet 25th Day' �>**-,6oa IJittd 29th Day 20,000 Ditto 33d Day 30*000 TStto \ 4^�hDay a,00O v Tickets, and Shnrewf tickets, are selling at every Li- -c^exsed Lottery Office. Present ptice of a Ticteet �16 18s. Half . �t 15 o I. Eighth -�240 Quitter 4 S o | Sixteenth 1 * 6 Theorizes will bejfaid in full sterling Meney, without any deduction. The Public iriay' depend that Tickets will not be Cheapeivbut rise grMu^Iy as the Drawing approaches. An Hconnt was presented from, tthe Bank, pf the amount of Bank no^ea in circulation for the 'tkrei years, 4istingn�ilvmg those below the U A tvTrt was issued for theele&ion dfBurffess to selrvein Parliament in the room af the-Earl of they committed him, and particularly alluded' to the Lord Chancellor and Mr. Pitt V" it stated he had been confined Tor three years in Reading ^aol, and tpndudexl by praying his pase might be inquired into by the Hous6> V Mr. PITT said, that the FIousc ougfht doubtless to be open to every application from any of his Majesty'* suKecls, and e&pecially where they .1.1 �. . . vtfere, entitled to compflssion; bin eyj&ry"^such. application must bereatri^d to a suitable obje^i The present; pdition' seemed rather to^ be a lpng , . thiols Ordered to lie on the tabte ifod to. |[^;^Ch�ncil, nor Wai ifat?}l applicabfe-'to the Bill under discission, for the farther BRITISH PARLIAMENT. _ 1 HOUSE OF LORDS. Bills ; also to two *n>e TlbyaL Assent was given by ComtnissmB to the Corn Importation Bounry, and the Nova Scotia Herring Importation 10:11 Road Bitts. and to Lulling Naturalization Bill. The Lords Commissioners were, the Arch-bishbp �f Canterbury^ the Lord Chancellor, and Lord Wa&mghafft. . The BiH&upop the.table- were forwarded in thetr rtspeCTivt stages. , The consideration of the Report of the Population Bill wasfart-therpostponed'tili Wednesday. DE-AHTH OF PROVISIONS. Marl GAMBJE!f*cqp*intca the House that Jiewas dfc*dd86'>y^hetr.I^d*ft^*-t6iay the Second Report-of tfce" Lords' Committees befure tb^Ho�we (which he then presented) ; he iai^,] Lordship* with any remarkl upon the ^ubjeft, but he would simply move, **That a sufficient number of Copies of the Report be printed for the use of the House;"--which was ordered ac- \ cordingly* TheEatlifBAR&L&r observed ht did not raeauri�^*o^fcr any Remarks upon the Report, .bot4 �M^m0J a^ter thc Pointed copierwere iaid^W^Sraif, he should submit H few obser-va^^^|T�^the subjed to which it referred* to thec^nsliaeVatidn of their Lord^htps, anddcemmg it a concern of the last degree of htopartance, he thought proper to move "That the,House be summoned upon the occasion;** Earl CAMDEN stated, that he understood the printed copies would not be ready for delivery 1 r r"f 1 upon which .moved, " That the InchKfcuiriy who has.accepted his Majesty's .Chit-tern Hundreds,. The Bill for continuing the A>ieh Aft was read a first, and drdercd to be read a second time .to-morrow. �: 'The Speaker ^fcqUaintcd the House that the Royal Assent had been notified by commission to the Corn Bounty Importation Bill, and the Bill for tbc Importatiou of Herrings, ~&c. duty free. The Exchequer Bills Bill was read a second tinier and committed for to.rtaorrow. r The Indemnity Bit! was read a third time and pa^ed. �-Mr. Ryder reported from the Committee on the high price of Provisions,, &c the following He$olutions: T,yh weie ordered to be brought Ifrtfn the tvro tirst, and the other two were ppst-pon^d, to be referred to a Committee to morrow. The Resolutions are as 'follow1 - ^Resolved, That it is the opinion of this Committee, that an. Ad made 'in the 2�th year of the' rei^n of his pre. sent Majesty; Intitulfcd, * An Ad-to permit Bakers to make and sell certain sous of breads should be re. before Thursday The �arl of Darnle} House^be ^umtaoned for Friday next 71 'STATE PAPERS, Lord HOJULAND said, he this opportunity t9 acquaint l.heif Lordships that he shpuH shortly bri^g ^rward a motion for the prodti&Kjn of certain Qtiadal Tapers, which he conceived highly prbppM$rt$& b^fcre Parliament; the J sa%tthe^evacuation of Egypt, I and dc^^ents ht parUc^larty wished for, were ipstruftbns.pent to -Lord Kejth, and to ^relative to that me^eure. Hes lad %ard.� asserted on a former nighty by a Jlphje. &tcjetiMry pf State, not then in his place, that it yrte proper to give some previous notice of mottooa trelative to ppblic business. On (hafidea, tii foiM'giiti: a hoiice in the present instance. U YP$s barfly� thaoghti w6rth white to sum-nion the Peer's jpeemcallyotfthia oropositipn; he sbould therefore-: fix his motion-papers abo^ wentiooed, for Friday, when it wa� pro-babje -,^i^ri ^ordsfiipe would be summoned on EXETER, Plymo�jtn, ftImottth� Qttomti* a�Otber His Lordship continued to Chester, and Salisbury Balloon Coaehet. every Morning^^JI obsarvcthat >tbt;re were other State Papers of still it Four, with a Cuard afl the way, through H6j^ttitftl^^l^t)^ ^ thoie f,e had just alM�d BRISTOL, Bath, to* MarlbdrQmjfh :Rtiy�l Flue laid before the House, in order to enable it to Coach, with four Hor8esaftd^rlnsid?%*yWr aftttnotel come to a prooer decision upo� the subje& v Three. Breakfast ...t. Bristol.-?i?m lljath PwM rapew'he-ai^t. were those 1 run to Wells, Bridgewater, Taunton, Sec. " * " � ^f ^ SHEFFIELD and Rotherhaii Rodkinghanl Coach, �verjr Morning at Seven.~Guarded. \, ' N.B. Heavy Wei^ts of Luggage, Good?, 4�c, con-veved by the undefm^fiti*one4 Waggon.s: To DISS, B^rffer; t\to&;mf&aA -Ml frwtsof Suftblk, every Aionday^ ^ : ,f , , MARLBOROUCH, Xei�*ury, and Reading, every tu^day. " � VV^.'RCESTER, Pe^shorc, and Wycorab, every Sa- CIRENCESTER, Abingdon, and Henley, three times a week. SUNBURY, Hanipton, and Twickenharfi, twice a "Week. TOTTENHAM' and Edmonton Coach, daily, at half past t'en,;P'ne, Four, and half past Seven o'clock. WILLIAM MOUNTAIN and- Co. respedfuily ac-SVaint their Friends and tlie Puj5licvthat they cannot be 9cepuntaUe for any Parcel or Luggage., &c. ofjnoreJhan ftve pouncfe-vaiue, if lost oV.damaged,*unless spectfi.ecLat. thethneo^delivery, and paid'for accordingly, from or to the Saracen'frHead lftnf Saow Hill, London. pealed. Resolved, That it is-the opinion of this Committee, thaf in order to make more etteclual provision for thai purpose, it is expedient to allow mixed bread, and every species of \vhcaten bread, excepf t!ie bread made of fine household flour, io he made and sold without assize. _ Resolved, .That it is the opinion of this Committer,, that the provisions of an At\ mada in the last Sc;iion'o^ hriiW- i�tit\il�id, " Aif-Aft to prbhibit untH rfie expiration of six weeks after the commencement of the . next Session of Parliament, any person or persons frem selling any bread which shall not have been baked a certain time," should be continued with such amendments, as may make the same more effectual-. Resolved, That jjt is the opinion of this Committee, that it is expedient to allow the use of salt (duty free) J for the purpose of preserving pilchards, mackarel, and jsvery'other kin$ and species of wholesome fish^th^r-in bulk or in barrels, for a limited time. the Edinburgh Poor Relief was read a third time and passed. '�.TheLaud Tax Redemption Bill wai read a St^ttme, and ordered to be read a sec4Jhd;t|me. *jbe Sill for-the better Maintenance m the Pooiy and for the dtroiniUvon pf th? consn^ptjon of SrM Com>- was lead a third ume.^lfter which Mr. Hyder proposed some clause^jfangst er a egxtam nufe^tv^jj 1; rincipal parishiopersllp^aS: as and i^h t he ^t>Vrers of overseers inlioqj "piu rishes^cre store? Were laid is, to'be-softi; to the poor at the gritne ^cost of the articlcs^Or-dered to be added io the BH1 by way, of rider?, Sturt gave nptia that on Yvi&f next he should submit a motion to the House ing tht expedition against FerroL HABEAS CORPUS BILL. present .suspension of tbe^^beas Corpus A&. A great J part of the petition related as. to the priso'rier's treatment inr the;Goldbath Fields prison,'rathef than to the cond.uft of Covernment, tJpon the whole, from the manner in which the petition was ! wprded, it did not appear to him that the House II could proper!v suffer it to upon the-table, Mr. GR�T observed, that-the pernion did not appear to contain any thingf infbrtpjif or irregular. It'might, -indeed,-be toolon^, &c. but not stirdi as that-Honse ought not to receive*-. Every BrJ-Utsh 5ubjeft had a ri^ht to petition the House for relief in cases of seVere personal oppression, or of [J the nature which the prisoner stated he had un-^ergqpe.* ~ . Sir W. PULTENEY thought it would be for J the honour of the House to make inquiry relative .to the matters stated in the jjetiti^n. This in-1 j qOiry might be mnde in a Secret Committee,'and !*if jt should appear that -this man ha^ stated /falsehoods, they woi-ld be exposed, and a siop I thereby put to calumnies; and he thought this I would be a belter course than to resist all iu- ,'quiry*- " * T The ATTQRNET GENERAL remarked, jthat Le Mairrc1*! petition contained strong te-J fle&ions on his M'^iesty's Privy Council, ami also stated a variety of matter extraneous to the matter rof t!ie-petition itself. The rcfle&ion bn the Privy Council could form no part ofjhat -inquiry which the. Hon-. Baronet proposed to insthute. If the petition had been confined to personal hardships, he-should have had no objection to its beincr laid on the table; but tVe reflection which it container! was-indecent in itself, was.-ttofo&pded, �nd j^h^t-to t^hirh ihe prayer-of the ^tifian had.no j sort,,or relati n. T-fe-th-reforie thought ttiat to ' prevent pentions of this nature.from being pre-: sentu-3 to the House, it would be better ro rejeil s the present one. Mr. JOLLIFFE was of opinion that it would be better that the petition do lie upon the table. 1 Tt did not appear to him to contain any charge i against ihe Privy,Council, against his Majesty, or the Government of the country, or any thing that was in itself indecent or improper. " If this petition were refused,-no person aggrieved could ever' expeft relief, or to-be heard by the-House. He should divide the House upon the subjeft. Mi\ PITT, in explanation, observed that the petition stated that the Privy Council had com-miKed -I/e Maitre at the very tt'Qje they could noc give credit to the reports of spies and informers against him, &c. The petition contained a gnrs reflection upon Government, and was totally irrelevant to that which professed to be its object, ^ir |j He "therefore thought it t.ught to be rejeftcd. Mr. SIMEON said,, ttat it was inconsistent ' I The papers tie mwi)t, were (nose parts of the cor re-^ondence Wween LQrd Otto and M. Grenville fa general laugh}-he. instantly corrected the slip, and said, those letters between M* Otto," Lord d[renviUe, &c. in the course of the late negocia*' I tiOjr^ which had been withheld, as from the whole correspondence, he asserted it would appear, that a secure and honourable peace with the enemy was apwdity attainable, though perhaps not through the medium of Hia Majesty's present Ministers. Tfie present session, he thought, was drawing; too near its clpse, for the discussion of a proposition of such nwgnftudc. He hoped, therefore, some other Noble Lord; more capable x>( giving force and consideration to the subjeft tj^an hiinself, would, shortljr after thfrassembyng.pt ihe Imperial Parliament, bring it forward : he $oped> soch vould be the case ;-should it not, hovv^r, he gave then the very earjy noh'ce, , other Peer con^c forward in the lo^tfial. P^rha-J Tie ATTORN EX GENERAL moy^d^he Order of the Day* for the Hous* to resolve itself into, a Committee on the HaWs Corpas buspensioo Mr. GRErandt he had a petition to present to the Hauiefrom Paul Themas j� Manre. The petition was ordered to be read. It ftated, he had Ueii Arrested in September, is the year .. when 1^ was only eighteen y should make some allowance for expressions cft/l^ irritation'. He thought the honour of the HouiW was, engaged to receive the Petition. The House was only concerned to defend its own honour, ahd not to repel any charge brought against the. He did not sit there to defend upon. Wapiemij of having been concerned wtrea-1 prJvy Gduncil. _____________________________ sonabfe pradtcei:} that he was defined tUl the | tbo
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