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   Baldwins London Weekly Journal And Surrey And Susser Gazette (Newspaper) - June 8, 1833, London, Middlesex                                BAI^DWIN'S LONDON WEEKLY JOURNAI ived at BlnniDcbaiD, by Wr. Cooper ,   Ur.   GodiUrdZ-Cnwler.   Mr.  T I rAinf,    ftnd    Mr. Kempb-Darklng, T i,    Muir�-    Piliner^E(haia, Mr. > ,    ud    Mr.   Scoct-FunhjuD. Ur, I Lcccen asl^dmciumiiiu received at BlnQioKbani, by >tr. Cooper V6. I,   Uolon-atieet-TBtUlain.   Ur. Goddard-Crawlejr,   Mr.   T (Uarord.-Cnirdon,   Mr*.   Hudlnt, -' "---- Mr.  Ltucler__Eait    Orlnite*d, Wattoa-^Epsom,   Mr.  Jaquec, r Nichoia--Godalnalng,   Mr.    Seeds \ (iuUrord,    Meswr*.   Ruurt.   uxl I-eww,    ilr-     Baxter.-Shommn,    Mr._______.__ Mr. Smart and Mr. DeoAinWoolw^h, Mr. RiM^-AiM by Ul* Clefts al iht RlxuIa, and the Nevirvudera La Loadoo. Price Sevenpence. SATURDAY, June 8. 1833. 3,784. PUBLIC NOTICE.-The attention of the Pubac U called to a erle� of friad no� practised br lonie �noDkeepen. In oider to (aln a trifte more orodt, they ImpoM o!r thelrciutoinen counterfeit MACASSAR OIL, Injurlmu to rte SSJ.^ben the original (BOWLANITSJ OIL 1. aakrf for. ilL nmlttlnr Che  * "In the atgnature. To prevent iuch Im-SoilOon. It U neces��ry to nuOce th�t emck bottle ot the origi-JiiT Is endotMl In a wrmpper, which ha� the name and addrem. iTrS on Sce->rork, "XrROWLAND 4 son, 20. Hattoo Qar-i^and counteraigned Al^ ROWLAND. The prtos are ?r6d^ii.-10�. 6dTand Sla per botUe. All other pricra. or Mv^thout the book and label, are counterfelta. PARTICU-f% ATTENTION TO THIS CAUTION ii ueceMary, ai the Sreprieton cannot be responnIWe for Oie aerlnuj Injury reralt-CTwTin the use of ba�e Uultatlonv The Original OU h�. from mataSc nd gums ansllibles UeraiUcate.alldel�erlousm�tt.r,at the ame time tltailnc and strengthening the Hums, and firmlj SSr'gtS^t^fn their Kieltett-nltln^lely realising A BEAl/-TlFlJI. SKT OF PEARLY TEETH 1   It operates on the ifun.. an antl*!orbulic, lertorlng an* Kisralnlog their health;  onmrance � and gives fragrance to thebreaih. Price 2a. 9d. t5rbX"utrS.Sld1d.^oWLANI� ALSAN.l EXTKALT, lor immediately relieving the roost violent tooth ache, gum-bol-.siirelled f�ie, ic. 1 Jt Ui alKi an excellent stomachic In cases S ttiSilency, .painodic afltctlon.. ic. and give, Instautaneoo. rtlu-f. Price 4�- SW- 4a 6d., and 10a. 6d. per bottle. JlO�-LAND'S rEREL^EUW, for the headHiche, an Inlalllblo. Instan taneous.and uermanentreUever or the most Inveterate VertlKO, bi external awllcatlon. Rowland'. CereUeum will be unlforuly found to exceed even the moat sanguine expectation. In bot-tleiat "s-Bd. each. The above articles are sold by [he proprle-ton>-A. RO�T.ANDand SON, 20, "� -'B command, swor]i.Li,rd Lieutenant of the county of WOfooter. ST. JAMES'S PALACE, April a Tbe.Klng was this day pleased to confer the honour of Knight bood tlpoo James Stirling, Esq. Capt&ln In  the Royal Navy Ouvvmor and Conjmander In Chief of the settjemeuu In Western Australia. WHITEHALL, June 3. The iUng has been Dleased to direct letters patent to bt passed under the Great Seal, granting ^he dignity of a Baron of the united kln^om of tireat Britain and Ireland, unto Charles Man^nls ol Queensberr^, K.T., and tbe heirs male of his bod" lawiily begotten, by' the name, stvle, aod tioe of Baron Sol way, of Klumount, in the county of Dumfries. WHITEHALL, May 21. The Lord Chancellor has appointed George Bolton, of Bishops Stortford, lu tbe county of llertfurd, Qent., to be a Master Ex. traordlnJiry In tbe High Court of Chancer^-. CROWN omCE, May 31. MEMBERS returned to serve in this present PARLIAMENT. Borooghof Tiverton-James Kennedy, of Uucoln's Inn, in the county of Middlesex, Esq. BoroGgh of sjtroud- -n to be Captalu, by poreluue, vice Lord Hopetoun, who retlrea.  Comat Denali ,Da!y. to he Uentenant. by porchaae, vice Jocclyn. - Aiemr Buurehtir SarUcOcnt. to be Oamct. by irrn hMii. Tta Ualy. JONES, J., WeU-�treet. WeUck>so.stcr. SMITH, W.B.. Hwniey. Glooe�t*rmhlr�. tlothler, Jnly 10, at the Reamort Arma Ian. Petty France, Hawketbury. WEBSTER, W. B., Oldbury, Shrepahlre, drugglit, June 25, at Radcnburan New Royal Hotel, Blrmtnrtiam. WHAte. George A^ BockJn�, Eaaex, innkeeper, June 25. at the While Hart Inc, Docklog. WILSON, R.. Welgbton, York^hlr'', tanner. June 28. at ihe Be- veriey Arma Inn, Beverley. CKRI IFICATES, June 21. BAREHEAD, fi.. New Malton, Yurkshlra, corn, c�ai, and iplrlt n^ercfaant. BCNNS, H., Norwich, cordwalner. BLAKC J., Norton-Falitate, chemlat. KENDALL, T.A.. Patcmo�t ON aSASS.BTS. CORN EXCHANGE, Jojie 3. Tbe supply of wheit freih in this moruiog rrom Euex, Kent^ and Ski^TuIk beinf^ tmall, the tioest run* frvm tbenoe were reudilsr diapos4^ of on full as good i�rms as on Uu* day verk, but tbere was no demand fur the inferior or middling descriptions, nor any sale for such sample as were roofh and ffollinif otit of oondiiion, except ac rednced price*. The heat of the wealher during the pait �e  a .^U 23.  32a �M* a 36i �JOi a 3Ss U'M t Ws OH m Oln - dn.nld     O-W,   00� Ra^io Seed, pff last iOO a QOs^ '3atfAt.tf>HMfeai, DMa^rmrinipMa >t S� 104 tef 4s per stone,' kni coaiihsi'and Ttiferior at 2i 4d to ^ Aluttao, for prinie'Dowiii, fetched 4i Id to 5�, and good Kantlsh and Lfimtor aethers sMd at 4b 8d to Ai lOd. Lamb, for the finest meat was 6s 6d to 6i 8d ; and real, for prime vonnir calvM went off M 4i lOd to fts. Dairv-fed porkers fetched 4s �d lb 5s. Cattle At market. Beaxts. a.283-She�p, 17,980-Calves, 175-Plpi. IflO. Price per stone sinking offal. �. isii John Sprlnf to be Lieutenant,by pttrchaae. vice Glover. AUen Dent, oW-tobeEnaiKn, by purchase, rice Spring. lOCh Foot_Staff Assistant SoigMB Duncan Menzies to be As 6th Fuot, to t>e Paymaster, rice Leslie. fiSth Foot-Staff Assistant Surgeon John Mitchell, M.D. to be Assistant SurgeoQ, vice Sinclair, appointed to ihc 4rttti Kcn)i. Royal African Colonial Corps-Ensign Thomas Buckland. ' from the iTtn Foot, to be Usutenant, without purchii*e. vice Flndlay, appointed Adjutant. T. i>mailes. Gent., to be En. Btm, byptirchase, vice Harcourt, who retires ; LleuLenaiit A Flndlay, to be Adjutant. . Hospital Stafl^To be Staff Assistant Surgeons-J. R. Taylor, Gent, vice Menzies, appointed to the loth Foot; A. M'Urigor, Gent, vice Mitchell, appointed to tbe BCth Fool Memorandum-The exchange between Lieuteiuint T- Walsh Fort Majoi of Sheemess, and Lieutenant T. Austin. Fort Major of Doncannon Fort, lately notified, has not takan plac- DECLARATION of INSOLVENCY filed by PE.\RCE, William Lucas, Dartford, Kent, Ironmonger.-J one 3 BANKRUPTS to siUTcnder in BAilNGHALUSTREET ASH BY, Robert and Samuel, Staloes, Middlesex, and Upper Tbames-ftreet, mealmru, June 10, at half-past two, July IG, at eleven.   Attorneys, Messrs. Winter and Lo , Bedford-row. BRAND, JameB Edward, Nelnon-place. Old Kent-roaJ, flshmon ger, Juns 7, July l:i, at eleven.   Attorney. Mr. Tumley, Iron^ monger-lane, Cneapsldc. BUCHANAN, Mar>- Clara. Golden-square, boarding huuse-keepcr. June 6, at one, July 12, at ten.   Attorney. Mr. I-an e. Argjie-gtrcet. Regent-street CORNISH, Jiime*. Shepperu.n-street, New North Road. lull ton. stone mason, June Iri. nt two. Jul> Ki.nt twelve.    .Mt neya, Mcssr*. Watson and Soot, Douvetie-Btreet, Fleet-atree ARVKV.John Arbuthnot, High-street. .r�t. Glle�a, clotliea sales-nun, Jtine 14, at one, Julv(16, at ejever.   Attorney. Mr Haidwlck, Lawrencc-lane, Cheapslde. J\CItSON, Thomas. Grorge-strect, Minorles, wine merchant.' June 10, at eleven, July 16, �l ten.   .\tlorne) a, Messrs. Owen and Dixon, Mlucmg-laBe. MIlLeDGE, Henry,  Milton-street. Dorset-8  , Mr. Brown, Cook'�-court, Carey-street, Lincoln's lan-fielda. SHERWIN, Thomaa, London-wall, cheesemonger. June 8, July 1 2, at eleveii.   tttomcy, Mr. Wilklnron, Baxt'^-J'Td, Bucklera-bury. BANKRUPTS lo surrender In the COUNTRY. BILTON, George. Bridge--treet, '\'ork�brre, tailor, June 10. July 12, oxeieven, at the SHVlngaBauk. St- Heien's-b'j'iarc, >ork-shire. AitomeyR, Mr. Lever, Uraj-'s-lnn-sijujue ; or Mr. Smith, jun. Cuney-street, \ orkshlre. � DlL'KlNS. William, Northampton, plasterer, June 10, July]?, at twelve, st the Peacock Ua, .'Jorthaniptun. Atlorncvs, Mr. Vincent, Klnu'ii Bench Walk, Temple; or Mr. Ci>oke, Northampton. DUR.'^NT. John Pope. Plymouth, chemist and druggist. June 15, July 12, at eleven, at the Ruj-al Hntel. ri)nioQth. At-torneys. Mr. Edmonds, Plymouth; or Mr. .Mantle. Easex-atreet, btriind. ELLlNG.John, Warmln�ter. wi.tshirr. butcher. Juncl5.July 12. ac eleven, at the Bath Armi- Ir.n. Warminster. Attoineys. Messrs. Holder, fleinei.ia Inn ; or Messrs. Goodman and Griffith, Warminster. GLuVEH, t.eorgi-. Klngmon-upon-Hun. grocer. June 14. July IG, at eleven, at (he Vlttorla Hi.tPl. KiiiKsion upon HulL Attorneys. Mr. Snaw, Fly-place, Hoh.urn ; ur Messrs. Codd and Co., orMr. Thomey. Hull. HAZELDEN, William. Goudhurst. Kent, butcher, June 7. July IS. at eleven, at the Queen'i Head Inn. M.-wkhurat. .attorneys, Mr. WUton, John-strect, Bedford-row ; or Mrssra. White and Miller, Goudour>t. DIVIDENDS to b� made In BAJ? 1 Nt;H A l.L-STREET. BaTTVLL, R- C,   Horn Tavern,   D.K-titr'i. tuiimions. tavern keeper, June 2fl. BOW LEV, J. B.. Graat Dover-nroe-. Newington, furnlBhing iron tuonrer, JuneXI. BUTLER, W., Little Saint Thoinai Apo^t;. June 86. ( ARKLESS, J.. Sweetlng's-alley. Curnhlll, cnecaemonBcr, Jui.e 21. ( CHEN, U E.. Brighton, printer and puNM^h. r. Jji.,-;. COWLING, E., Poultry, habcrda�her. June i 4 COUCHMAN. W., Blshopsgate-Bireet, draper, June HL DAWSON, W., Waltbam,LlneolnflhJrt. tanner, June i! i. DEBATT, F. J., late of the Potiltry, paatry cuok and cnnfet tiun-er, June If/- DUNCAN, I)., Tooley-street, victualler, June 21. Gl^UWIN, W. h- Watllng-rtrecL smllh. June 26. GREAVES, H., Leicester, grocer, June 27- (JORELY, D., Great Russell-str^et, Bloomsbun', whoU-ale per-fimicr, June 2i. Harrison, S.. Old Brompton, nursCT>msn and fteedf>n�aii. Jane'26. HKNDERSON. J.. Hano^'er-Fquare. Urern keeper, Juhb HOWARD. C-, late of the f:j,rl Gre> pubiic-houst. Mile End ruad. victualler, June 27 howell, B..   and  BAKFR. W . B.. Chiirie-M-trtet. Taveiid Inli-i square. sKd   Judd-street,  BrunsM ick-s^uaJe.  IruninoagiTn. June 27. -kers. MIRFIN and CO., Tettenham-court-road, linen diapers. MIRFIN, J., jon. and C F., Doncasttr and Manchester. J inen drapers. MOORE, J. and     Harwood, Lancashire, grocer*. PRIO&snAAPSEY.St. Mary. RotberhIth�, ship hreakvrs. PITT and KELL, Brighton, iurgt^ns. RlCHMONDand CO., Glasgow, wholesale warehousemen. roberts and CO., Liverpool, tobacco manufacturern. ROBINSON and SONS, Chunal, Derbyshire, woollen manufac turers. SILK and CO., Po U^. Hampshire, comn.on brewers. SMITH and JENNINGS, Preston. Lancashire, viLrnlsh maim, facturers. THOMPSON. C. and W., Sheffield, printers. THORNTON and SUTTON. Warrington. Lancashire, coopers. TRIGGS and ALLEN. Devonport, leather cutters. TORR and CO., Klngston-upoo-HuU, merchantn. VERBEKE and CORRIK, Lower Grosvenor-street, attorney*. WILDE, J. and W., Commercial Sale Rooms, Mmcinit-lane, sugar i.rokers. WlLKSand HOPKINS, Chester-walk. Cheltenham, Ullors. WILSON, J. Scothlll, Yoikahire, blanket manufacturer. WOKMALD and CO.. Otley. Vurkahlre. acrlbbUng nUUers. .SCOTTISH SEQUESTRATIONS. HANNAV, John. Edinburgh, writer to the signet, June 7. 24. at the Old SlgOet HaJ1, Royal Exchange. Edinburgh. LAW, Robert. Newton of Meai OH, victualler. June 6, 21. at the house nf Mr. Pollock, Barrhead. THOMSON. A., Edinburgh, gun maker. WEBSTER. Andrew. Leven, merctifLnt, June 7, 21,  at the Old Sifcaet Hall. Royal Exchange, Edinburgh CORN EXCHANGE, Juke 7. The litiJe fine fresh wheat at market this morning' was readiiy digposed of on fail ai grxtd terms as on Monday ; but there haTe been no bnycn for tlie inferior qualities- Barley, oats, and beans, ware free sale and rather dearer, in consequenc* of the dry weather, which induced b brisk demand for these articJet. There is no alter* ation in any other grain. The arrivsU are 4010 sacks of flour, 4060 quarters of wheat, 1940 a( barley, 2300 of oats, 480 of Irish oat*, 1770 foreign wheat, and 3300 of oats. SMITHFIELD. Ji he 7-Tbe finest Scou, Liooulni, and DurKamL, fetch 38 6d per stone, and matton, for the luperinr South Downs is 4s 8d to 4i tOd. C^rte steen sell at 2> 4d to 39 4d. and the inferior sheep are 3j 6d to 4s 2d. Lamb is 0* to 61 4d, and real 4t 6d to 5s. Dairy fed porkers are 4i Gd to 51. Cattle at market. Beaati    - 3&i I Plg�     .    .    -    - 1 i'l f^heep �    -    i(lo.700 I Calve*     -    .    � 310 Price per Stone, sinking offaj. Beef Uul ten 2 6 4    fl s. d. 0 10 Veal   .    .    - ;i Pork       -   - 3 Lamb        -        �     4a   fld to fla 4d Price of Hayand^traw. Hay      21 lOi   Od to 3. 15s Od  ondon in a sailing barge laden with goods to an East Indiaman lying  erby   -Nottingham!" hire Leleeaterahlre Northampton Warwickshire Worcester Warminster nenblghahlre Carnarvon   � Haverfordwest   -C-armarthen Cardiff (Houctfj'terBhire -Somerset Monmouthfhlre Devon Cornwall Dorset Hajita Imp. Weekly A*-. AgirteRnte Av. "f the Blx weekd Duty on For.Corn 		26	4	IB	-\ y	jo	0	31	4i	30	9 "1	lu �		^ 1	21	6	0	0	29		0	0 	1	26	H �	15	lu	0	u	31	- \	32	 (il	;i'			0	u	0	0	0	C) (	0	0 	fi �	^0	2	I.H	11	29	7	30 lU (		31	0 i7	4	*2t]	0	19	c	(J	0		11 �	34	1 ii		2:1	U	10	11	[)	0	in	1 1 '	�J	0 u4	it		ti	1(1	7	0	0	34	2	36	0 *H		^		17	m	0	i)	34	0;	0	0 i^l			fl	21	10	0	0	30	11 1	0	0 ii	0		0	18	iL)	u	u	i-l	101	i5	0 i'J	iT	121		li	1	0	0	27	11'	0	ii 49	11	2-2	7	1 4	2	0	n	rf)	2 1	32	7 i4	11	�3	�	IM		8	(J	?H	lu	30	0 	y	21	y	i U	0	2H	1	31'	6	27	d io		24		15	4	30	u	32	3	u	0 52	0	23	10	Ifl	1 1 34		4	^2	0	41	2 il	'J	0	(J	20	4	0	U	-7	6	0	1) 	H	?6	]	18	9		0	25	H	2�	h 	lu	Jti	7	1 �	5	^2		0	0	0	0 (SO	3	30	B	2 	0	0	n	n	1) m	4	27	3	i 7	4	u	0	37	10	0	0 il	:i	u	0	17	2	0	0	3 1	3	(1	0 id	0	u	u	(J	0	0	0	0	0	u	0 i7		27	;(	iy	10	0	0	34	0	0	0 	7	24	y	IH	10	0	0	:^i	6	tt	0 i^	11	2:1	11	Iri	5	0	u	29	1 1	32	0 ^1		32	7	2U	2	u	u	�X.	C	37	4 X	1	u	I.	11	0	u	0	1)	0	0	0 il	.1	26	y	20	4	0	u	34	0	0	0 i:i	fl	27	4	22	H	n	0	u	c	0	0 a)	0	2ft	0	;4	10	0	0	0	0	0	u 44	y	)W	1	13	>	0	u	u	0	0	0 4i	ID	0	0	12 IJ		0	u	0	0	n	1 		0	0		(J	0	0	1)	0	0	"I .'4	U	2-t		21	4	u	u	32	1	0	 il	2	i!l	9	14	7	0	0	34	5	0	0 il	(i	26	1	0	0	0	1)	0	0	0	 ii!	U	22	7	10	2	u	0	0	0	0	0 i4	4	2.1	y	ly	1	0	(1	0	0	0	0 i 1	1	2J	9	ly	K	u	0	:t2	0	0	0 i'2	y	24		IH	2	0	u	3(S	9	0	0 Xl	7	24	6	1 7	7	32	y	31	3	31	8 Ui	(i	�2L	�i	17		111	1	30	1 1	30 .  24	5 3 ;u	s	24	4	21		22	y	24	3		 md. The letter was read by the Secretary as follow-;) :- " Downline-street. May "Gentlemen,-After duly considering the conversuiona which I have had with you, the suhacance of which I hnvt reported to my colleagues, his Majesty's government have directed me to make the following proposaib to you for the pur-pOK of renciving the Bank charter. 1. We propose to renew the charter for 21 years, subject, horweycr, to this condition,-tliat if, at the end of 10 years, Uw then existing gorernment should so think fit, they may gire a 12 monlha' notice to the Bank that the charter sliall expire at the end of 11 ^ears. ** 2. That no banking companv, mnsisting of more than ^.x jMUtuerB. shall issue notes pa>-able on demand, wuhin the netropolis, or within 65 milea f'rom the metrvpoli-H. Banking ccmpanies. however, consisting of any number of partneni, eetabUshed at a greater distaiure from the metruuolis ttian C5 miles, shall have the right to draw bills on London, u-ith-out restriction &a to their amount, and to issue notes pjiy.ible in Lqndoti. ** 3. Bank of England notes shall be a legal tender, excttpt ft tftc BMsk of Kngiand, �r at any of its bnmchn. -""i- mUM,not hsTisg more than fliroermiaiQjrtO'mTrbft- fore they-bepome due, shall not be snb4ect to the tisiu7 laws. " 5. An account similar to tbiU laid before the Bank committee of the amount of ballion and securities m the iiands of the Bauk, and of* the amount of nou* in circulation, and of the depotdts in t1� hands of the Bank, shall be tran^mit-teii aa a confidential paper wetrkly to the CSancelhir of the KKehequer. These accounts shall be cniLoolidated at the end of each quarter, and the average sUte of the Bank atronnts, for the preceding tjtianer, publish^ quarterly in the (razetta. A bill will alio be iutrQdua  payments made to them from the guvwiunent, for the traniiattion ol the government business, thea/inual sum oT 120,1)001. " I hope that this proposal will be 3atiaIaLto|-^� to the lUnk director*, and that, by making this arnuigemrnt, . n.l may be speedily put to the susj^ense now exwtinu. "I have the honour to be, ifentlemcn, your most i)h�Iirnt humble sen-ant, * .\LTHURr. " To ihe(ioTemor and Depun-frovemor ol the Bank of England." After some Irregular conversation, ."Vn hon. proprietor expressed a hop*.- that tiie . iiainnan was prepared to communicate the opinion of tlu- ( oun ut Directors on the subjPft of the proposal uf goveninicnt. The (Governor replied that the directors felt th.-m.-^-l^-^ justified in recommending to the pruprirtnn the adoption of the measures proponed by Lord .A,lthnrp, if they were carried in parliament. The proposal respecting anintry banks must tend to increa^te the circulation of the iJank ul of Kugland. Mr. Loyd addressed the meeting at considerable lengih, fully approving the londiu-tof the dimtnTs in their ne;fiH la-tion with the government upon ihia Important subject, \4 ho had certainly obtained an good terms for them, as, lui.ler ail circumstances, they could expect. He should propose, " That this Court fully approve* of the course pursued by thf Court mt' Directors In their megociations ^vith the Chaucellor of the Kxcheouer, napecting the renewal of the privileges uf the Bank of England, and autbonxes them to come to a final arrangcmoit, fotmded on th� letter this day read by the chairman.'* Mr. Young and Mr. Winter thotight the uiet-iing ought not to be called upon to agree in  the propo>eil rt-^jhitioi without having had sufficient time to amsider the tuiture o the government propositions; which opinions  ' tained by the  majority of the propnetors, an look place to Wediie;klay. WEDKESD.A V. The Governor 10( k the chair at twelve u'ciix.k. Mr. Loyd said, ihat he had, on the former 00:3-sioo, proposed a resoJutioD dt-ciaratnry of thfir apprubs-lion of Uie course pursued by the d irectors, and authuri7.ini; them to proceed to complete the negutiatron on the baAis of the letter of .May 2. When that resalu.ion was moved, lome proprietors ssid that they were mtt prepared u> decide upon it ; that it might be right n-ic   miiiht   htf    wrotig,     anH    thai    they    wisLed    the He could not agree in tbe wbeleof the plan ,of government, and thought the dirwclor ought to obtain some modirica-tioQ of it. Mr. \\'intcr said, that in order to decide whether the proposal of government was such sa they could ahogether accept, it was nec�-s�ary to c nsidvr the present i.tuctinn of the Bank pd-prietors. They were a corporation with exclusive privilege", U'continue till tbe debt due to them by the government was discharged.   They were a cnrpora- FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE. .\bout four o'clock on Saturday morning a fire broke out at Wood's Hotel, Panton-squan', Havmarket. The fire is understood tn hav.^ onginatad in an apartment occupied by Banin Bulow, who waa only saved from deetruction bv the coura^jus con.lu. t of a polueman, who rushed into the Banm i nnjm, and brought him out of the hou^ upon his hiuik : live or six oliier iinlividuaJs wers also saved in a similar manner by tke same luan. Two g�itiemen, however, perished in :he dames ; a Lieut. Neagle,  whose family were 'on for other purposfts till all the naiiou.il debt was paid | experteil to .�wnvp m Loudun that morning ; and a Mr. Cape, l)ein^ enier-tdiouniinent du COAL ."VrARKKT. JuKE 5. (Th� foilowlu Beaumont Hebl�urn . Holywell . Pontop Wiiul*or  . Tanfleld Townley . WestHartlBr Wyiam .     . W K. Hilda W. E. Kllllngworth. 11 f	pric.a ar� at fer ton.}			i. 1.	d.			 13	2	w. E. nidd.iri	Ii	6 14	0	Bell'l Primrus.	13	9 M	0	Limbtonji Prli�ro�*	1 5	0 13	0	w. K, H.tt'xi	1(1	0 111	6	W.     StewnrfJ	17	0 IJ	�	W. E. Gordon	14	U 14	U	W. E. tttJ       .     .	1 5	0 14	i)	HurtleT   .	14	6 13	6		.    2i	" 14	0	Bhlpcote	13	0 Ships arrlvad 10. MARRIED. June 5. at St. (reorge's Churrh,  Hanover-.-;�^nnrt^, hv the verv  Rev.  the Dean of Dprry, i'hinnas  Henrv Kingwrote, of Kmgwote, (iluuccstershm-,  u) the  Hon. Harnett Bloomfteld, eideMi dau�^hter  of  Lieutenant  tVeneral   Lord Bloumfield, G.C.H., and G.C.H. June at Kensington, Mr. Ilaguley, nf I'pper Porchester-street, to Susan, youngest daughter of the late Mr. I. Ba-guley. June ."i, at Trinity Churrh, .Mar^iebone, J. Cockell, of Bovers, Wilts. V,m\., to Su-san, youji;,T^t daugliter of lh� late Mr. R. Buck land, of Soutliampton. DIKD. Mav 31, at lp[>cr Tooiuifr, Sunrv, John Bavlev, Kaq. aged tk). June I, at .Mid.ih-tnn K  d June 2, at Margati", .Mr. W. (/tcim, only        of Mr.  J. Ulenn, of Kniphtsbridgv, aged '24. June '2, at CambeovcJl-grove, Kliia. fourth daughter of .A.bercromby. June -I, at Dover-Street, Peter Lord Kinp, aged rt~. June 4, at Cheltenham, Captain C.   Harrison, late of the fi7th Regiment, aged 'X^. PRICE  OF STOCKS. (FmmJiine 1 to June 7, nicliiaive.) RS ay' prCi. r/h1. {ia-24) yi: Bjmk Sl.Hk per Cent. Red. Consols for .\auunt! 3 per Cent. Cons... j)er Cent. (IHIH) 3 3 .New 3A per Cent... 4 per Cent. ^1826). Long Annuities   .-India 9u>ck India Bonds Exchetjuer Bills J'^at.    M(m. 1 Tuee- Wed. 1 Thu. i Frid. 2 een done, aod they uere now prepared for ihe discussion of the prnp.�-mtion be had made on ihu I )rTDer o ect any other ohange than the c^tnuitution of some new bodv, which must necetsarilv, from being created under ihe auspices of the government, be backed by its intlu^uce, and not only by thai, but by the conviction of the nect"-ciiv of Bueh new estahliRhroent growing out of the un-reawnahh-and unjust eipectaiions of this body r (Hear.) iyir. Hankey was of opinion that the most benel'icial objects had been obtained by an adjournment of thedis-cttssioD, for it had given gentlemen an opportunity of weighing the ohjrctiona to the propoaiiionn ot government, and it had also given an opportunity for an ample puvii-cation of the proposed measures. He thought also it would have the effect of creating a unanimitv of feeiing in favour of 'he mouun. In relerence lo the renewal of the charter, it was clear that the guvernmeni had had every opportunity of well weighing and d gestniff erery point of importance between tbe coairacting parties ; the affairs ef the Bauk had been made sutficientiv puijiic, aod on one side and on the other the public beiietit had been duly considered in making the propMsitions. Mr. Selwyn  said   he  should   .support   tha   pniposii;on offered by Mr. Lioyd ; at the same time, m going ihrongn the different  propositions iu  Lord Althorp's lef.er, i^e codld not   go  the   full length of that hon.  proprietor He confessed he could  discern some imperfections, some sliades in the proposah The limt point in the pro^'osal the renrwal of the charter  f.ir 21 years.    Hb th.-ught thai tde worth y geritJeman who proposed  s resoiiK.on o,; Friday seenied to  have furguiteu  tQat  thai part ul :he plan  was clogged with a conoiiion whish was ahogt-ihjr new - viz., that ihe charter might be put an end lo at th*-end of 10 year?.    Now, im former times, the charter u a^ renewed fur '21 year-, unconditionally ; and he wa* i.jrry that the diroctors had not pressed that ponit on ihe attention of tbe government.     He then can.e to the ncusive | privii(g<-b ol th� paprr circ-ii.iLion.    N.)w u was uarniti�^ j on all hands that the circulation would be much extende-i j by the propoied ByBiem, that it would  b^&.ine a ^urt i(i sham power,  and he Biticereiv trust*^ ttial the pmposed 1 pubiicaiion of accuujiii wuu'd no act as a sifety valve, ai.d j wouid be so adjuicd as to prevent iiiv danger re^ulLir    lu ^ the country from the roanagtraent of that eitend.-d c;rcu- ' Ulion  contemplated   hy  ihe   pian ul gu^^ernment.     The 1 next Doini for CDnsideration u a.n   tl^ e   making the i.o-.*s a ' legil le.der.     Il had been  said that great i:.CunvL'iiience would  ari e   in   towi.s   where the  Bank had im brai.ci', (rom tbiB part of the pian ; but he did not -.ec t.-at i.'iere was much danger of that ; for the ct,unirv banke." w,uld be obliged, lor the coavenience of his customers, u keep a quantity of gold in hii cuffers, bo that people would not note trum PeL;a.-ince to lyndon. off. (Hear.) The eicluuve privileges conferred upon the Bank were for public objects ; competition wmild lead to confusion in the roonetarv s'tsietn, if there were t*o banks ':f itaue for the circulating medium of thecountrv. - la whai maiiiier were the Uai k interested in thia tjuesiioo ? I'hev had r,u interest in the queslioca about the uaurv laws, ur the making Bank noies a legal tender. Those were for the legislature to amsider. He would not commit the Court uf Proprietors hy advising them to approve of their notei being made a Ictal tender. H ia pin'on was. that by mak:ng them s-*. ihey would destroy the l"redit at:ached to theai. This wa< mak-ing the whole property of the country depend upon ihc solvency of the Bank of Englaud, whi at it was noionotn that in 17^7, and parttculiriv iii 1525, nothing but a son of fortuiiom circumstance saved the B mk Irux being drained uf It5 last guinea. It was, therefore, too much to say that the prupneturs �hould commit them*e:v-8 to the approval of ihis regulation. Tbe point i.i which the ikaok propneiars were in'erested was tbej^ium they khoo^ j^y a^ a con^eration for their charter, and whether the eicluaive pririjeges were an adequata consideration for the sum so re^uireid ; and he did see in the correspondence that the direcion had expreased a willing-e� i� surrender !')0,UOOI. a-year from the prorits ' >nii-deraiion must he g-ven, tvhet^ier it a a* 10",iM)0i. or 12e,U00i. not  wor-.b discui.i.o:;.    Tl.rn  came   the point as to the return of the cap;iai. This p..inc did nut apprar to U; i.lcarly defined cil.'.er :n the ipeech of Ix)rd .Aithorp or in a:.v <�( the pap t due I.-um the tfovemmei.t, were two d stiiict th:n,T-0D� was 14,660 0001., the other 1 4 buojiuol., - a�d he :h.jughi that 'he proprietors could not have reason to comp aui of gorertiHient paving part uf the debt that was die i rom them how they pleased, as it did i.ot follow from tast tl.a: thacapitaJ of the pn)priet-jr3 won.d be rednceo. If g*-vernment paid off one quarter the debt due frorn ikem to the Bank, the proprietors ttight invest mat in Exchequer Bills or stock, and t'^ev would ihen receive a dividend equal to that ihev i.ow received �f ;i per cent, froin the governcnenu He cxsuld not ui.dersiaiid why they should in8<� 25 per ceur. nf their capttaJ Injcatise 5 e� that they may l>e ciiiMijered mereiv :;i .he ch^jracter of sug-^eiiiuhs offered hy the i-nurt for the cons.derail >n of his .UMjrstv's guve-nnieui " In the verv sarre jpiric iie wuudwish ihii court 1-* act- He would wish thtyn to j loiin A resoiuiLjii to tiirow ihe resf;oi.s:bilitv oi piriia-.'DrQi ai.d the g'.vernment. (lie^r.) The prcotieutrs hud .01 petitioned f'>r a reiiewai ol trie c:iarier; tLev po*>esi�J Hithts of Hh^rh l^ey could not be divrstrd, and therefore iheyhad n^iniMg to a.^k. .-^fier i few fui iher remarks, the hnn prnprieiur read some resolir. oni in actordat.ce with his 5pee -. -.heir own int^rt-st- unly, but tkose '( iLp publit. The rust propi->�iii> n uf the govi rnmeoi was :o reijew ;he ci u.-'.cr for 2 1 year?, w:ii. pjwer to terminate it at ihe cud of 1 1 years : he tboughc that very unjust; it waa say.ng, " If it is i g'^xi charter for vou, we svili terminate it; but if it is a. bad oue for yots. It s. all C4'ntinue " There should be a rtc;procity of interest, -the Bank should have a similar powt-r over the charter. As to the second poi it-making Bank of England Q^tet a legal trnder, that wa-i a q^e^tly^ that invoivrd the sKcnrity of the wii'.ie property of the country. (Hear.j According to this new.faugied "icrae, ait the pruper-.v o tbe cijuntry waa to be placed in l.he M'Ciiniy uf Ba.-.k � f tti^land nuteit. He was nut lo t-e told by any one that Bank notes were rood enough f..r hira ; he knew thev w^re ; but he recollected tbe pveras of 1 ''J~ ind 1 a25. Then ir.^v u-.mi ; %: ^^'St .rijuriuus Ui the -^jubi c. If coutiirv bankers were n^-t t-) be am.pelied to provide a meuilic currency, how wtre f e indnufacturer^ o( ti.e country L;u'k again. When the door was opened wune^ and tlie policemen wrnt into the house together, im-meihately making the:r way to the first door. In a bedroom on that ii�XHU^ saw the bed-clothes and hangings tmro-in?, and also soiue of the wood work. Witness brought some of the t)uniin^ clothes douTi ;n:u the street and again re-� :uni.-iJ. Hv :!;e �iiry -I ilon't knou- whether th.' nre orii^-inated rtuT'-. I rinnly believe that the tin- bmk*' out m that room. I did not ijo np into the se^ ond rlinjr n>om. The ceiling uf til.' tirst riiwir n)om w-a,s not burnt when I fij-e: went in, nor u .L' :h r of the rixjm at that time. ^\'ni. Drane, police ccjtiatable, C 141, .�Jwom-I was called hv :i \voman while on diitv in the Haymarket on Saturday, ^nd I imme M k room. I burst the hack room open, and the liameai im-nuiIiaieiT rushed nut. I iaw no dre above my hwad. I don't think that there was rin; up-stairs at that time. I prevailed oJi the Ban>n to iHime out, and I myself carried hini-The bed-clothes in the front ro*>m wt^re burning when I tirat went in. I bn>ught the Bitron down, and immediately re-tunu-il to rescue another, and then it was that I fun>nl op.'n the ba*k dixjr. I did not see either jMf-', u>bacco, ur any thing rise of that naturv. I saw .i ifi-iitlenian stamiiiiir at tha window of the second floor, and I lalh-vl to hiin to jump out. K\ xlence n-siimed-He did not jump out, although I called him.    He tell hack  into the ri:iines, which were raging then.    He ipjH^ired to he -a raiddle-aged OLin.   The blaze waj* � jinau out  of the window.    Where he stiW at the ume I th.nk the floor uiu.tt havtt sunk m. Jane Hiddeil, �Hjr-v-ant im .Mr. WoM, wad nejct called. 3h slept ih ::ie kiti hni, and when she went to bed tk�* houde wa'^ e pe he had always l-een an adv.xatc h r u bi :c; t v, hut he never contended lur li diNc:osure of the amount bf huJJiod tu the Bank. A,I he wjinted was such an account uf their as.'^eis, and pr)bt.s, and resp"ns;Dil:t;Bs, as would show the st.ite of t.'eir affjir.i. .\ tun diici -sure of iheir affairs n-i^hl bt- daii*rerons to the companv. Wnh respect to the deductied with t .em. He ub/ected to the proposition for reducing the capital. iCaiier the ^ivern-ment should pav the whole nr none. It was a mere chimera for a m:niflter to l.iik of uaying when he had ru�-thing to pay with (a lauk^rij ; he riv.Mt i"M5rr'jw the ra.inev lo do It, and borru*" at a higher r.ite than he p!i;d them. He would reject the prop(jH^l nt room on the Bame> fl.xir. I h.1-. e si-en the Barun -moking :n bed early in the moniin>j. The u .i;:er wa.-^ ;:ifn I allwi. and proveii that Mr. Xeagle � �Ainr ;i, .i: h.iir-past �ne, and .Mr. Cap.* cam� in at hajf-pait t.sM.    l':!e\ wrre both sober. - .M-D"welt, F.jMi., anotliL-r i-fiident at the hot^i, provunl l'::M,i. .Mr. Neagle ua-i not soh^r .it the ume he went to bed. W.cn.-rv, ao.t siiw :;ie dames break out of the back-room ow the rir^t fl.wr. .\ ju.-or -aid there wad not the least imputation against any one, and it had l>t*eii proved by the witnesses that tne fire broke on: m the tirut door. Mr. ^\'i^xl, the pmpnetor of t'hf hotel, stated that he was iiulebtrd to Mr, ' llivrni for his preservation, a-s were his wife and chililren. Hv tiie njrv - I never ia-.v '.he -ihe^Ls burnt. .\ ^�iitlein.in vvhu n.id \ r>^ident at the houae and was A .u-irT'-r, <\:r.uii;:;. Jt .i.-<4.i-rtairi:nj^-." "1204 [205 SUA s: mi ml' 9li 1102 ifij |52M 9�    '.17   '  - 5 1023 JjHr-'l j 1034 i - I -  241    p4l     I - 128 30 28 30 5n 30 .28 30 i2� 30 51 42  51 52 [50 51   50 51 |�0 51 103p i ecreasec it.^ nd ; ;,rov:s:on bti a rush the Bank !.o; having-�ect to '.he t'cm, however, whe'.her n ,ts   an ffTci agMi-at the evil i,f a panic, u hen ".here � i to t!.p countrv fian.kers fur Bfir.k :.otes,   ri.r, n er-To the putilii itv if the Accoii:.ts he had no oL'jection. and th light that ilie mode ol puljhcati ui n.:g:.t best be setiied tn-UKen the gf^vernment Hud t'"e direct->r>. T.he L-ist p^jint was the pavment of 2.') per cent, of the capital to tne g.Tvern.Tien t. Heio-fkeJ �; t;j;i( queition uncu-n^cted w;:)i the queitiun uf pru(it. If the preseut caplal of i 4,iim,0Ut)I, w.ia a .^eL�uri:v tu the puboj, ai.d an ;i.crt*aAe ut laiues was a pir; ot li.e ti-w plan, imtejd o[ euiir^-.i.g llie v^curuy Mf  t e   pu lhe\ uere   rcil'JC.ng  it. (>j:e uf hs ubjecis u us to eroar^'e the re>oiutlO(j Lr giving to the d,rector; c.'rn'juite air.hjrr.'. to rt;t*;ratf iheir own observiiiiou-*. and to .btiJn fur the public a b;ch should bs mcrea'ed ra;her than d;- (�< iTKT < IF KI.M.'S BK.VrH. thf; KINci v. lord TEVVHa.vI asd dohlas, .-ir j. ."^cariett ;h s morning argued against the rule^niri Which had been obtained to show cause why a new trial shjuld nut be granted :n this CIS4;, and concluded a very lengthened address by 5ubmitt;n|j that the verdict ought not to be disturbed. .Mr. Pwlluck was about to replv. when the Lord Chief Justice said, -We wish it to be underatocd that we lay duwn no general order, but we think that justice will not be done unlew this case goes before another jury-uf course on the payment of coatd. Ai the suggeition of the cmrt Sir Jaiies Scarlett then made an application that the cauAe n::ght he advanced, on urcount �f Lord Tevaham's p i*k ino^'il :''-r ,1 r.le to ihuw .'ause why a fri-mih.il iti.'unn.itioii ^hnuld hot 'v hied againdl the Times new^pHf-'T fur the pu'dn atiun ,if 1 lib*'] on the Earl of i lieiiiT'i.ll. Ihe .^rhdavit .t.-itrM th^it ^-rae proceeding had le M.ihdion-hoiw. A \vr�man named Dorah ��-l [}] ert:on .i:' hr-r^lj and .m ilJegi-.1:1 Ir:.-n -uri. S'v^rai nionuntr ne^vspapent the name  i Lupl irlt-n^LUl, but left a blank th-' -o; j-.^-il .irfeii,i*>r. The Tuned did n.it ,h^). ort \.i the K�irl .if Ijicngall." The 'irateiu--;,t made :t imperative un the Karl of Glengall to .-.1:1.^ :.-,e .iti'.j,-, t f'eh.r'- the puhli'-. Lord 1 ilengali said the l;'�d ;;,ui rH-en . '.n ulaied to iiiiun- b.is character. The whole -Litenieut .13 :t w.ta ,ipplied to him wa^i dcdtuute of any foun- ,iKrn p. e ,h.ld ul uir-n:ii >>n er. The Lord C'urf .Juitict'. - I�o yuu mean that the coaiplaiut : tb.e -.conui:! 1-* �iritPie. and th.tt 1: did not      ur .' Mi.l'uii'Mk._.\u. ii.v iurd.    I; did iMcur.  but the stale- lem is untitle.    I'h'" !e;inieti i o'lti--*-! then read the report of ex.111.;;,.t[i..n.    T,-.e u-um.Vi vv.i.i '^sked who shfi was, and ho wita the rather ot tile . hiid.   ^he iaid the Karl of- ia the r.iti.er. ;ind th.it the had knowhi no other tnan.    It .-A  tlieii N:i;d Lord uiengi-ili ha.1 met her at the race-ground, a.-he:. ,ind -h.-it ^iie w.i.i numiate with i r--neni: Butler.    Luril ifleii^rali, in h:s m at the houae of aittdavit, rwore that Im^ hePH'lf Dorah Butler, that he .� her. and th.it he never wad at the race-courw, r h.ul he ev.T seen (Teneral ::ir toward Butler, �,h.it -Ui h .1 p^r*on c- ?ir Wward Butler wad ce.     He had   never   been   examined at the h.u[ he .^.hy reason to believe the Lord ,1 the uffending party.   Tbe noble ie m the Timed newspaper waa in- ,Ucr necu r The amended f c.'url fully appruv Directors in their n he � prietor then read the r�s..!ution in ...sed, a-* :oi.ow;i-" That ihi-cou-*e ; h Botidtt lii I Dntrh 2i p�i ('.nil. 4ih J Dutch 6 per Cent. SUj"�^ finds-Friday, Ji-ke 7. Frmci Re. * per Ont. (m-ek 5 pft rd lor   the   management   of   the   national debt, a sum uf i20,000l.    II   that   were carried   inw tffect.  Of Bank �ould iheu he daing the business at a ioas ef IHO.iUMH. per   annum,   exclusire   of   the   one    p^r   c*'ht.    that rovernmeni  had  upon the capital  which was given them at 3 ptr cent , vrhieh they would othurwiBe make four of. Ml the prMUf d curi t sp. indeiuv, t ra -1. ;.g i: a I the Court 1*: Directors will use thei.- be�t endeavours to ub:a;n such qnalirications of the prop./a:tions ad they mjy think esstih-tial to the mieie-'U of the pub.ij ahd ji the pmpnettjrs uf Bank .t..i-.v ; h.i-1 no . hod ' (  t,i.'u-i ; ue,[h Uid .-.e S.-l:-v.-,l not   :n  >-v:-:enc .^(.Ul-;ur.-no>i>.'. M.i; .>r had . uic-mten^ .-.irl heli.-\ ed the :.-i;d.d *.. :n:ur>' hiin in the eMimation of hid familv and rr;ei,L-', theivtnre he applied fur the mterterence of that court. Luni irlen^'ali iiad no \^'wh to att from vindictive fetjling^ ur :. ciety. I Ur LvpI Chief Judtice.-Take :i rule to ahow ^aude. ( nCRT OF CoMMn.V  yLK,\S. wt. TESHaI. l.   V.   w.AKEKIF. LO. rh.3 a-lion brouijht hy the plamtirf :u nH:over rpmu- iier,iUon hir v\.irk and UiNjur done .-id . hairuiaii ot oue of ihe comm-.tte*-^ funned for the purpose uf" -ecurui^ the return of Mr. Waketieid .U the e|ev.-tiun for the htirou^h uf Lambeth. It iippearetl from evidence thAt a committee had bmi formed, uf uhich the plaiiitirf wrus .ip[�iintM  hairmaii, for which he :\s to n-ieive half a fuinea a d.iy.- Vi-niict for plaintiff, 41. -ts. ror eigii ork. ( -igRT OF KXCHKyUER. u REOOHV   V.   DlL.A.-l. � n behalf or the plaintiff, moved that the defend-1 .ittoniey, should be struck off the rolls. The id proprietor of the Satirist, brought an action fendant for having published a handbill, attack-moral chai-actei. The jury iT^iumed a verdict with r liommal damagts uf 1*. Lord Lnidhust said that thu libel had nothing to do with e .irfendant'-^ professional conduct There was no precedent r '.he luotiuh. Mr. Krie, ^nt. u tJu \s A pulllUltf.  H-!u .ijain.-t the d   

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