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   Anti Gallican Monitor (Newspaper) - April 16, 1815, London, Middlesex                                THE ANTIOAJXTCAN MONITOR. -^ivfirwtit W�neikt mrt wrfbmd hi tfee Marquis of Lord Grey,W Low* Rowlyn; and opposed by Lord. Bathur.t, Metolrc, Aberdeen, �nd Buekrtirhaimh.re; .nd, oo n division, the motion xr*snej^tircdby 59 to 2). THURSDAY-^�rrt LlTKKPOOl., i* answer lo tome aucstiont'lromlhe Dnke of Norfolk a��l the Marquis �f p90�l^wHd�-ll��t� �*mimrnic�tion been made Iron* liut�ti���iOienteitis'Jn�tin France to fcs Government, vhich connnaniratiiMi had.been trans*.tied lo Vienna.- Jt �would be hijrhlv impvoprr at prevent to explain the na-Hiroof the overtnre t�> which he alludes '�nt such mfor-milion undoubtedly bo submitted to* Parliament at �t proper period. , niornHisVVELi.Est.kY, �n a speech o> three bouts and n half, condemned the policy which had been pursued by Ministers towards America. Tho Trcatyleft all the points in dispute unadjusted, and demands hfore unheard of, with respect to Indian boundaries, the kclitsive military possession of the Lakes, &c. had brcnjmadfl only to be abandoned He concluded with movinsjfcw copies or extracts of all the correspondenee betwin hia iMnjesty'a Ministers nnd the United States of Amerta, rehlivc to the late Treaty of Peace. lord Katliurst ipnoscd the mo. tiou ;�s nothing; could be> mure-detrimnl^l lo the ruihhc service, t nan when pr-nrr was proclnimei lo uvdte all the fiurrs-miui-aiec "Inert led to it matter ofpubiic Siscnssion. !! defended itfiaifitcr* from ihe imputations thrown upon them by the Noble Manp.is. The mothi. was negatived, on a division, by 83 to ;?o.      ^ HOUSE OF COMHONS.-?!>!DAY. The house having gone into a conmiitice of supply, Mr. V \ \siTTA IlT stated various details it! ive to the Army ./^'.nvordiuu.iie.s. The total amount ol (his charge for 18 ii was 15.>(>((,OOOl and for Iflll, 15,i'L),uool. For the branch of tho Commissary in Chief, .'giiugenol. had been voted ; the actual expenditure was 3,>9j.o(iol. wliieh in-elmifd all purchases t>f stores. He haditeen asked, on a oivvn us occasion whnt the amount of th� l.xiia,ooo,0oohvould he taken Out. tif u Vote of Credit for O.nuo.oooi v. h; H he was about to call for, anil which soot of .�,,,(}|){),()iiOl. tvas applicable *i> C. ':'-iJi-a'�rdiuaries of lafct year, lii miwcr tu a  ,oom s;'�i!�Hti�j ;n the  jd ;<* . .niiler in.-. ad � vice, for political pnrpof.es it. she I.mv Ceuntrien. The Xt?,000l. atlranecd to Lord \V. !ie.itin( k h\>\ been applied $".t> the Italian Levy. The lottol. to the lector of 'Hc.-ise was for ?.u old arr�:i�.* n*'fi�bsidv. iH' the !|,ottol. ;ia.idisijj in Lord .Stewart's name, not more than fioUd. way uctuailv received by him, owing to the loss of t xtjian;;e and' the (leductiotts for tax<'� ; and from the expenses be had in-curred, he waa rather a loner than a gamer, lie conceived Lord Cat heart was in a snmilnr situation. Mr. Gordon objected to several charges made by oflj  eers hi th�j navy for conveyance of passe�ig�-;( particularlv 300oS. paid to Admiral Freesnanlh;, undetthis head, :su , by jrderof hts Majesty, which upon hems; rerrred to, would be found rulher too low than too high. The b urn paid Admiral Freemautle, was allowed hiai, i.:'ier a minute i.,n�]tiiry. In 'Captain Uaher'ecase, for co)veying IUkmi:.. i�aiteto the Island of Klba, that officer |-as desired to stale the cxpeiices he had been at, but tje Captain de-ulined; therefore^ there was no alternate but to pay uis "the highest rate. Whether Captaiu tidier had taken it o? not, he was not informed. ^�Mr. WiiiTBitKAn and Mr. BAllHASf asserted that ?ipt. Uhher had been treated most uiihiilicoio.'.iy. He h^i supplied Buonaparte, on his landing \l K!h;i, %rith \v:nes and provisions, and refused pj.yniest, appiehi-ml-itsgtbat by taking it be would vitend Gort^nm. lit. After some further conversation on thiri, topic, Lord CfJstlcreagb said that if Captain Usher woulj fe.vour him wnh a specification of his expencee he should he uhid to inotect him from any loss, as the duty devolved upon Capt. Usher in consequence of a transaction tovhich he was a party. Mr. VANftiTTAUT proposed to take a vote Movt for 3,000,0001. and to postpone - the other ),ouo,oool. until Sun her accounts were presented. 1UESDAY.--Mr. Serjeant Best, afteisorae obj. ctiona from Mr Horner and others, obtained have to mm- in a mil to amend the Insolvent Debtors' Mt. Aniunh .. provisjoas which he intended to make are the following :- det.ior giving up property to the amount of J Ss. in' tin-pound, to be immediately dischrged 5 :f only lOs. in the pound, to be impiitoned 12 months before his discharge ; M totally insolvent, to be imprisoned 2;yea. s ; in case of satisfactory proof that his insolvency didlnot proceed from misconduct  (es ^5 ik'v ic lhat M an humble Address he presented to the Prince Re-fent, thanltiatc him for the treaty of pence with America, ud assuring him, that hating considered the same, the Hofrse reflected with pleasure on the pacific course Adopted, an* onr an arrm.jement which they trusted would lead to permanent friendship between two countries united by to-many ties of common origin and-reciprocal interest.**' Sir. Ponbonb-y accused Ministers of gross mismanagement both of the war nod tlte negotiations. Mr. Goulburn vindicated the conduct of Ministers and the proceedings of the Commissioners at. Ghent. tMr. Baring replied to the preceding speaker at considerable length.-On a division, tl�� original address was carried by 120 to 37. FRIDAY.-Mr. TikrNF.Y addressed the bouse on the subject of the Civil List Expenditure. After all the arrears that had been paid off, and the large addition which had been made upon the Prince Regent's coming to power there wa9 now a call for 437,0001. for only threw quarters of a year. In the Lord Steward's department alone had there been any thing like retrenchment shewn. He Ida-mcd the appointment of IWr. Canning ns Ambassador �t Lisbon, where there vus no Court, at an expence of I4,ouol. a year. From year to year, all economy had been set at defiance } hut if the Royal Family would exercise all the powers of expenditure, the Commons must lose all estimation in tb^e eyes of tlx; people, if they did not apply their powers of controul. We wave that to the lloyal Family which entitled na to a return, and they ought not to trespass upon a generosity which is universally mani-tested toward-* them. The Royal 1'amily received  k any gentleman tu consider whether the inrrcase \va;j. bayond what must he expected from the eh-'cumtances of the times. An increase of it) per cent, upon the pub'ic expenditure, in an ardvums period, was not beyond what might he supposed to result. Of the demand for the fvU three quarters of ibm., the greater pari had hrei>. incurred by the or.peuccfi of investing foreign Sovere'sg�� with the Order of the (Javier, for furniture delivered at. Cumberland and Cran-hourn Lodges, and by an excess of hills in Ihe OlHce of Works. The increase of expenditure in Hie department of the Master of the Hone was occasioned by the.establishment of her t'oya! Highness the SVineess Charlotte, and other iiecemiary charges attendant on his-office. This excess of ex pence was' already ks>o >� iM-.v-.c JVo.n teMi|�oravy c req;uirc�l our having .Ambassadors, in Jteau almost cvory Court. Mr. Vv'b.tbread ar^iied iu fuvmur of a Committee, with �-fHcient jenyes' cjf.un.iue the, ae-coitiit-x 'J'be .i-apences in the Park, which were estimated at lii.Ouol., did in (ac| amount to iU.dOiJl. A nunx-sbamcful waste of the public money, nr a greater disgrace to this coiuitry, he had .-seldom v/itue-jued, than the scene of (Iriiiikviiueiis and rio! which prevtulcd in ti.e Pnrki: tin-n week, and v.hirh liad cost the nation 40,U0'J|. Alluding to the e:cpei:ee for hornet;, lie said h�; v/an ;-:orry to he.'-H' that the boroc v.-hicb had borne Pl.-UoA" through t.o many campaigns, and which had ht en made a present to the Prince Regent,  wag now employed iu drawing a doiifj so lie concluded by moving an amend-rnurtof the ui.Ji>n,, v.-hieh �\ luted to dd  I, i C!l � oiJM'.te � *sl l Ci.   ill'': cm� :t;nia'.�, vtiich of t'.uvov1^, .1 Com IIKl.MOi' J'he   expenditure exit'- hi'.:,   A bu,;e tiu.ai was anil.tally is'.petHcs to our gracious O.t.ccii, who v.; cart at liemptou was lavi-ih in  tin given for traveiling c never travellcil. A largo sum v. as giveai for borne:,, which rdie never used. As to the liu\b;>.n>;y ;>t Lisbon be would call upon the gentlemen on lU�: other ride to an-uwer bona ji'Ie, and upon their honour-;, whether, if domestic circumstance;! had not �oad� id. desirable for Mr. Catmiiig te found iu the tenhory of the ?;hnpiie, snail hi; delivered over to the tribunal 10 he tried according to the said laws. 2. Pilose wh'� shall have accep'cd Ministerial functions under the �ovet unieut of Lo u is-Stanislas-Xavier, Count de ialle; those who shall have formed nart of his inili-'ary or civil household, or of those (if the Pniice^ of In . family, shall he hound lo remove thit tv leagues from our ^ood city, of Paris, the same to be done with respect iu the Chiefs commandinti and the Jlficeis of bodies formed and aimed for the ov ;>!I he subjected to the superintend'ance of the hit;h police j atid on the report which shall be made to ns, such other measures as the safety of the State shall require will be taken with respect to them. 4'. Our Ministers are charged with the execution of the present decree, which shall be inserted it* the-Bulletin of the Laws. (Signed) NAPOLEON. Hy the Emperor, the Minister Secretary of State, (Signed) The Duke of BASSANO. PALACE OF THIS THUILI.KUIES, Amu. 4. Napoleon, Emperor of the French.--d laving heard r%ur Privy Council, we have ordained, and do oi*� da in as follows :-- Art. 1. All functionaries or agents, civil or mi-, lkary, who have taken part in the armed association in some of the southern departments, shall be prosecuted accord'm;' to the disposition of the articles !M,  j, nrrvnwrMT for roiiKtCN afvaihb. Circular addressed to Ambassadors, Ministers* am! other Agents of France abroad. Pmus, M-ari'h ;}(), lt!S.'�......Sir,--The wishes of the French nation never ceased to recall the Sovereign of its choice, the only Prince who can guarantee to it the conservation of its lih'M:(y and independence. The Emperor appeared, and the roval government no lunger casts. At the sight of/ the universal movement which eairied both the people and the army towards their legitimate Monarch, the family of the Bouillons perceived that, Shere remained no other course for them, but lo take refuge in a foreign country. They have quitted the French soil, without ;\ single musket having; been (ired, or a drop of blood shed in thcil defence. The military household which bar. collected at Bethuuc, where it dci mission tu t!ie orders of the Emperor. U[> its horses and arms: more than accompanied (hen? red its r.nh-St has giver?, half of it lew entered or\r ranks; ihv. rest, few i>. numl>er,, aro retiruig to their homes, happy to find an asylum hi the ganerosify of his Imperial Majesty. The nmsf prof* mid trampiillily reign", throug'hout the whois: cxteri -:>!* the c-mpjre- Isvery vdicri1 the satn*' cry F heard ;  re complete uu-animity >n the expression o",' u.. 'napoiues'i and joy.   This .'rr�\at. ''l-atj;>; h'V hxr.:v, ;v. Thi:, .".rcat oi!!v:-he work of a few day:.. St. is the ijuest tritr.'-olf 'd' tit;: confidence of a, monarch in the love of hi;? )��: ><)!: ;. it is at the :;;iine time the mo .t extrao-sli-narv act of the will of a nation which, knows ite : igi-.ts and its .trite duties.. T'.ie function!} entruvvcd to y(�u hy the voy.*�.l g(; '.-ernment have terminated ; and I am about t'.-tako,, without delay, the order;; of his Majesty the Emperor, in order to accredit a ncv legation, l;ou must immediately, Sir, assume the. tri-co-loured eoek:u!e, and cau:;e ii, !��; taketi by the-' 1 "m ttmen wlio ;ir� about von. V.) at the moment td' cpiiuing tin; <1otnf. where you reside, you have occase.u to sec. (he Minister for l'V)i'
                            

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