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British And Indian Observer (Newspaper) - February 15, 1824, London, Middlesex �wvinodeof impartii^fitra^ by wiHc| sons.-^App)y- by le&eryWmf'Bia.orbe only realMercan Greit Britatfl, an<l mij ant to Hie Parser, at) frinJey, 14, BircWtii Rathob took the oaths if any Commission had ao?, Corahill. part �oTMef,Qsre&-on. bfarf", ^nd Trtt| lieayei ^ ^ City Canal LMoiife. 'iWs- elj leave OHAVE8EVD oii^8atar<by the 2U* M JJfoceed ttK P^ElTSMOVmfo embark her The Earl.of Sd;A]FT�SBI ftoatrer tu the Address Voted 'ba If^tX'Jtbaaked tb^ir ::tpf)^^iB8 drew. Tbe answer was laid on te^rdoB the Jtairqalp. .Mai their seata, passed the Great S^I, appdiiitiiq^ Deputy Speaker, and if he uWncWm CHANCEiLOU^ replied, that he had received hhrft^^ty's coRiniands ^�ucb a Commls^on, appoiot-iog-.Bi0on Gili'urd to sii and bear^peals. the Jkfitfquis. 0f XANSDO^dtE wished to say a few iroHlsonthiitpHrtof tb H<^^tSo�th America^',Cakalatiag on what he had' heard, that a coHiiBUDication hac^lfen made to the Government of Spain, sad fl^tOtJ^^trtome odiginoDication would .probably SDoa be ,iceeiv�d tfomti^ CMsql^bo bad been sent out from this connlry tt South i^(i�St�5"....... b�nire he stuaM^^rt: fai^sdrst iiott to their Loia^PBps on ibrw^ _ did not, as hejl^^c<l :<tioald be RftotoFetheoBriiEih^QsJ ^He would i ;day in tbexn^^ o� J^iarch be,: fi^fnmimmt'fmemWiuunbie i ' Mo. la wi^mid� ��csare� ^ ttie; moBl u�tful branches of dditldniU rtd�|p^�.B.^The^r^^ ."^^^^^ ora RT of B' N./. TTSlid^lelrow, Holtjorn, price 10 yiv^n to Tcatbew unaCqoaioled with tbe pra(�f.c�l part rabfc Cdihpany's service. For Freight or Passage enqidre of the C-oaiHKindcr, J^nisalfenj Cdjlee House; of MeUrs. tatUtih arid Robinson, Old South Sea House, Broad-street; Messrs. SttailH aiia Iaw, H, Old Jewry ; or of John i. Brinley, \o, W, Birchin-lane, Corahill. science. ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF TWENTY YRAR� For the Sale of Irjsh Lioen by the "ece at th? factors jnce, No -4, o\thc South side of* fT"' bee leave, to an- ^HAKSPEARIAN Readiflgs b};^ Mr. the top oif Souliiampton-rtrept, Jlolbom. npHE msfi lim^ ComA^Y bee J. nouncc to the Public, that (he. above House Is their only lisiablislimppt in this Country, where tb�^ conttnne MsUjIpIy the >obility, Gentry, and the Public, with Warranted Grassl^leach^d Linen for Shirts and Sheets of the best Fabric and C6l6uf; at a price eoiisidcrably lower than they can be prorurMJthrOu'gii any other medium. They also eug^ee to return tbe purchase monej, should any fault appear. (Jood Irish Bills and Bank of Ireland Notes t�ken as usual. Hmart, 50, side of Leicester Square, ev�*y Thu.-^day evening, punctually at Eight. Next Tl.ure^ay, the 19th, HENRY THK FOURTH.TIRST PART. Tickets 58. each, maybe had as above; at Hookham's Old. Bond Street j and Richardson's, Royal Exchange; where prospectuses inay be obtained gruth; and where may likewise be had, " The Tlieory and Pracfire of Eloeuir-on," t?vo., price r2. �A,R8S BOTANIC CREAl^l, papicularly rerommcndcd to J^arefitsnnd fiuanliafts who wish to give their ofi'spring and those under their carts, those delightful titus which are -the lrH�' coucomitants of beauty and health. MALABAR DENTIFRICE, for beantifyiiig the teeth; and rendering them a personal ornament to the decline of lifv. � PERSIAN COTI'UN, or P PORTABLE ROU(JE, for giving a delicate rose tint to the chet^k : it is simple in its aiipliratloh, and so portable that It may he placed between the leaves of a small uocket-hook, orlcc 2s. PKAKS� LIQUID BLOOM OF R08e5and WHITh'^liM-PER IAL POWDER, which, by beautifiiHy tingingihf ('hfieks and lips, hesfoivs a defiracv to tha froiale couiiienance. PEARS'S ROSE COLOURED PI^IK saucers, for drawing in water colours, paintin;^ on velvet, tiogamr t&e cooflteiNbic^, and dying, siJJs, J�e, wuslhv, featfavn^ arUfleW fll>i*e*fc Warch�U�e, 53, Welts-street, Oxftlrd-Mfec^, Londbn. A STHMA, Difficiilly ol Brcalbiug and Ouuression ilc of tlie Chest. The NOBILITY, (iENTRY and the PL'BLKy in general, are respectfully informed, that tlie Advertiser, be'mg in possession of a most valuable Recipe, for the relief ami eure ot the ahove (li>tressing complaints, he has been induced, at the solicitation of very many persons, who have experienced its benejicial eflVcts, tootfer it to puiilic notice. The Aledicinc is of the most mild, innocent, nutritious, and etfective �ualilies, of which the person taking it is convinced in a few oays? itc;learsthe lungs, causes free respiration, and prevents all unuleiuant accumulation of phlegm, sold only at W. Day's, No. 59, Great Queen-�treet, Lincoln's Inn-fiflds; tvyo doors West of the Freemasons' Hull. Half Pints 5s. t>d. Pints lOi. Quarts ISi. Orders per post iminediiUely attended to. ^AUTION.-JN CONSEIiUENCE of the great Disap \y pointment many persons have experienced from purchasing iafenor TRUSSES, SALMON, ODY, and Co. most respectfully solicit the attention of MrdiL*al Gentlemen and the Public to observe, that the TRUE PATENT SELF-ADJUSTING TRUSS In* SALMON, ODY, and Co. 292, Strand, London, marked upon the Leather (lase, witiiout which, they are of the spurious kind. ' SALMONJ ODY, and Col the Inventors and Patentees, have made upwards of 50,000 of their PATENT TRUSSES, and still continue to have the recommendatioDS of all the most eminent Surgeons in Town and Codntry. Tfiey have also the honour, to tjupply the Army and Navy? the Naval and Military Hospitals; tlie Dock-Yards and Ordnance ; the Marine Infinuary ; the Hon. lOast India Companv : the City of London Trass Society ; the Maiy-la-bonno, W4veliseombe, Bristol, and Denbeigh Infiniiaries: the Windsor Genera) Dispeqsary: the Middlesex and St. George's Hospitals; Parocnial Establishments. &c. &c. &c. N. B. Persons in the Country are requested to send the circumference of the Body an inch below the Hips. Of Sd jbt it could not ba long �J to' snbrait some propon-if his Majesty's Ministers case, bring C(�rward seme '.{give notic�i^ that on some iC: not anticipated by his ipsVor inthft othei HJDoae to Majesty^ prsyk^ for the recpfiti-. whtdt |bare separated West NE\T THURSDAY, FEB. 19th. Jand J. SiVEWRlGHT, Contractors for the present a popular Lottery, request their P'riends to bear in mind tiiat wheir the Minister brought In the Lottery BilL |�tt Spring, he distinctly declared Government did not intend tofBve anoLher, therefore People should embnn e tlic oppoi tunity while it exists, for next THURSDAY, the rir>t Day's Drawi;ig"of ttic L.\3T Lottery under the pYeViousor Last Year's Act: the Scheme contaias the InimenHe number of SEVEN OF TWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS. And there being between 7 and 8,000 Tickets to be drawn the First Day, and every Blank to be put in the Wheel and drawn again, consequently there is the cham e lor notliiug of all the hloating Capitals on fiat day, besides the Two Twenty Thousand Pounds STUILING atUiched to the First Drawn Prizes: these will, of course, be decided in the First Five Minutes, and the Contractors tru-.t. u itli their usual good fortune, to distribute these among their Filends at their Offices, No, 37, Cor.ihill, 11, llolborn, and jS, HayniarLef. THEJTRIC.4LS. Dnunv-LANE.-On Wednesday the melodrame of Lodoiskn was revived with much novehy^and additional splendour. The prciloioinant atlraction in tbe piece was tlie introchiction of the grand Stud of Horses, who appeared upon this occasion in the gaudy trappings of Tartar Cavalry. Mr. Waliack took the pari of the Tartar Chief, AVra Khan, which he sustained throughout with great spirit nod effect. Tbe acting whs good ; and the drollery of Mr. ilarley never more conspicuous than in the part of Variet, the Valet to Count Floreiki. Of the new scenery, the opening^scene of a forjtified castle, at son set, on the borders of the forest ofJOstropol, rtmy be treated as a remarkably success-tnl etfoft. Here the Tartar boide first show tbcmselres in a rapid and irregiUtir aasemblage rpund .thm Cltitf; and, indeed, in the cobrse of^ tbe performance these congr^aiions of armed troops, in all the importance of horse and foot, and every co.-ttly variety of dress, present a feature of considerable interest and attraction. The grand display Is reserved for the concluding scene. In this, wiiiist a dubious warfare is kept up between the Tartar tribe apd tlie Polish adherents of ^flr�)� Aoi>i;m*t, within the Castle, tbe outer fortifications are discovered to be on fire The wafls and battlements crumble beneath its destructive power, and in the crash of falling towers, and the glare of a general conflagration, an encounter of the whole forces on either side takes place, which it is impossible for tbe utmost flights of language adequately to describe. CovENr-GABDRfJ.-A new Opera, under the title of Native Lnterl; or, the Return from Slavery, Was producud on Tuesday oight. The following is the cast:- DRAMATIS PERSON!. G'leseppo- Mr. W. Farren Ciymaiite- Miss Paton Biondiua.....Miss M. Tree Lavinia .... Miss Beaumont Zaninn......Miss Love. PARALYTIC AFFECTIONS, &c. &c. PERSONS iabouriaff under Indisposition from PARA LYTIC AFFEC riONS, and desirous of obtaining a Cure are most respectfully informed that a sovereign RElVlEDY is offered, whidi eflfects a perfect recovery in the above distressing Attiictious, where a fair trial is made. Recent Cases are restot--cd in a few days to their Speech, FaeuUies, and, perfect Use of the Limbs and a futu-e Attack presented. Casesof long standing-requirf longer t;ine, although the C^re is equsilly cerjaip. Persons affected a^ above are earnestly cautioned against Bleediqg: or Cupping; heifause, in ma'ny insthi&t*si ItrediieM the) pitiWt m ^uchastate of Weakness and Dfbillty, ^ <e render the Cure: still Inore difiicult, and also subjects him to a relapse. Further Partiedlslrs.raay^be kn6wn;'and fteferences had, byap-plviag to Messrs. Thompson :and .Go. S^cgetou, at the Medit^' Es'tabTishmeDt for the Cure of the Gout ^d Rheumatism, 291, Strand, London, where the f�no\^inp}^asC8' are alsoatteMed to' with snccess Hitherto,Unequalled t^via.'WAIte Swelliiuf, Con-' traction^ and all Diseases incident to the Joints, &c | also Caii-eersyTuroouTS, Abscesses, fl8talas,'Glando1ar SweUingSj Ruptures,' &C. pacticularly thc-liecniaScrotalis, which i$ reduced in a fewj days, without operation, and a permanent cure effected in the most ohtfinate and confirmed cases. - Also, InfianimatorySwei-i liDgs,.aad tiores of every denomiaatidii, and other difficult casesj ofSntgery and Physic, too tedious to enumerate. ; N..li. Invftlfdsfroin the Country may be ac^rommodated wItW the idiove Baths^with ibe most decided and nnfearaltieled advantage. � � ' .Di% �[art thinks it ilnnecessary for' him to say much in their praise, as a number of persons who have copied a port^qn of.J^ plan, are kind enough to give full 4escription of t&eir v^^t^jles ; he therefore tjoly entrebtst of the pfofestiou atid ithe public to tear in then-minds that he (Dr. Hart) wa^the first who introducpd the Baths mtrf England, the only onewho haspefforined IT&TCiir^ ''S^u^^'l **^� Tic fortheir geoe-rtnissttppqrt. . ' r ^. . construction of wlrfch^i^ �a!^ comhiitea Chfr-with Mechanical advantagjcs. sgr that .the iApparatm is rro-d^jnoredffitlent and plcSte^^'pt^ whife^-ifi ap-'S^n??'?^'*-^**Sant,audmay be eongidcit&Ti*;* piece �fdlrfaa-'^Silf'SJ^^* J'"' be copveye.}L.wityhcgreat^ ft^iity /attend 4h<f �pphca ysSinlan, takes up his residence with bis friend 'jTruiGcadi. An invitation from Celio lo Trancrrai to {'honour his nuptials "vifthi^Xnian^, convinces Aurelio of the infidelity of his mistress, ancreejresolves, notwithstandiug the per-8u;MiohS of Tancredi, to attena'"tbe ceremony, there to avow himself, and upbraid her for herbreaeJiof fiiith. Pereglrino, .Aurclio's coQfideotial servant, imitating bis master's example, liW^sc conceals his arrival, and di.sguised as a disabled soldier, �seeks td prove the aifiection and fidelity of his wife, Zanina, the attepdant of Layiqia, a yopng Lady to whom Gueseppo is paying his addrgesses. In this disguise he finds means to discover the plans bf Guesoppo', with whith be acquaints bis master and Tancredi} bat the � former, deaf to ail the ai^imeots of hisfiriendto avow himself, determines to await the ceremony. Cslio acci-deotally learning what is going forward, persuades Clymante to retort the cbai^ of infidelity upon Aurelio. The cause of the di|guiae of C^lto is accounted.fur, and Goeseppe's treachery being made apparent, the Opera concludes with.the union of Aurelio aihl Clyfti^nie-Marcello' and Lavinia. Little or nothing can be said in commendation of the literary merits ot the produuAmn- We must admit that there are some few scenes which are langhable, biit silstained %y pointed dialojgrue and iugeulous coo-triruire.  The mus^c is hy Bishop, with selections from Rossini. Some of Rossini's ftnest tilings have been selecte^. The Overture is ^at from A'eWo'rf/tf, conta&ing tbt; ddightful movement wliicb is If repeat^ in. the Opdra^ in the duet, Ijn nati e 'It wis loudly, igncoredt. and closed ;the secopd titue aniidst the mtwt anitnated appli^use. Sinclair introduces as his first song the air A�r^ii a* / wrgerm," from tia DoAnd del'Logo, andsjngs .the {unt .^fV'B. ^hii^d tbe seene8,nB8 the distance threw'his &}ar({Ubo?Lix3D0fW!^� moved that there be bid before tbe Hpusa, ap ao^ount of the nuiuhcr of gallons of spirit� imported.into En^lahd from Ireland, >n ia2'2, 1^, 1824. Also au account of the dumiwr of gnllous of spirits, which paid duty in Ireluod, during tbe last uuinbcr (we belicvejiof tbe years 1822 and 1823.-Adjourned. Hi)U>E OF COMMONS. Mr. DAVENPORT presented a petition from the manufacturers of tobacco and snuff, iu Chester, praying for a repeal of tbe high dnties which affected tiicni. Several petitions were presented from me:t;hants, ship-owners, &c. of I'lymoutb, Pcnaance,the hundred of Westertou iu Sussex, and Penryn, again.st the duties on Coal carried coastwise. Mr. JOH.N WILLIAMS amended his notice of a former nigh:, for returns from the cause papfcr of tbe Master of the Rolls, from the year 181? to the vcar 1823. Sir EDWARD KNATCHBLLL presented a petition from the victuallers of Raimgate, complamiug gf the high rate of excise duties. On the motion of Sir JOHN NEWPORT, an address to the King was agreed to, for acconuls of the several diocesan s�-liools in Ireland, specifying tbe number educated in each, tbe expense, respective funds from which it was defrayed, aud also similar accounts of the parish schools under the act of Henry VJ U. The accounts were onlered to be made up for the last ten years. A n�'w writ was ordered for the Borough of New Ross, in tbe room of Sir John Mackenzie. The House resolved itself into a Committee of Supply. The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER moved that a supply he granted to h'ls Majesty. Tbe resolution was agreed to, the flouse resumed, and the report was ordered to be resumed to-morrow. The House went into a Committee on the Irish Law Court Act. Mr. GOULBURN said, that his object was to bring in a bill to regulate certain provisions of the lonner act, npon which a difference of opinion had arisen between one of tbe cuurts, and two others. It merely related to the mode of paying extra clerks when their services were called for in the oflSces of the ccftrts. After a few words from Sir J. NEWPORT and Mr. GOULBURN, respecting the mode in which the Irish law records 'Were kept, leave was given. A resolntion was agreed to for .bringing in the bill lo amend the Irish law court. The House resume<l, and the report was ordered to be received to^iorrow. Sir J. WROrrESLEY moved for an account irf ihe valne of the several coins, or pieces of silver and copper money in circulation. He then gave notice, that on N^ndtty next he would move an bumble address to the King, praying- ^hat he would be gmciouRly pleased to dirvet an inquiry to be ittade how far tile coin.<ge of threkingdom might be adapted to a decimal cailctJlation. On the motion of Mr. M ABERLY, a series of accomils were ordered, of the amount of annuities transferred by the trustees under the Naval and Military Pension Act of last se.wion, to the Bank of England, distinguishing the respective value of such tninsfers, estimated at the current stock price of the day, and the paynieuts iiia<!e for them ; also showing the respective prices of the same in March, 1823, and Fel)ruary, 182t. lie s.tid, th'il he intended these accounts to illustrate his opinion, given at the lime, of the improvident bar^rain made by the Government for the public. \ series of accounts were likewise moved for, to show the quantity of hemp, flax, and yarn imported into Great Britain from foreign countries and Ireland, distinguishing the ports to and from, and the price per ton, for the last ten years. Similar accounts ot the exports and imports of linen from January 1823 to 1824, distingnishing the exports from Ireiiwid and Scotland, the parts sent to, and the duty paid ; ahio the quantity of Irish corn imported into Great Britain, distinguishing the several kinds of i,rain.-.'Vdjourncd. <<Aeqtter,v resent to the arguments Which tbe Hon. Member for Aberdeen md urged against the Vafraqt Act.. He had inquired into thi; circumstances of this case, aid he .could asanre the House that the Petitioner had no hardship to complain of. It appe.nred that the Petitioner was going to Ids home at a very lateJionr in the oight, when he met with the woman in question, who was well known, as � comntoa prostitute.. At. the thw the watcfamad caught them, they were guilty of as open.an exposure of their persons as could possibly be imagined*. The watchman deposed to the facts. The PeU(io|ier did7iOt.at$cmpt to denv them; all he said V4s> that the .w|itpbR�n h^ truQiped up A t^y to extort LITTLETON rose to cautioh ihe Hoase against attributing, tqdns^on. Friend* the Member for Stfifford, who had framed the Vagrant Act, and barsbqesa.which the.Magistrates had shown in cASr^ng it into execution. .> }&x. S^C4�t4try PIIEL ohserved, that some cases hsuif w\-doiibtedly occpirred'iuider the V^HQit i^ct^ which-'he donned^ wDttby of exawinatibjvaodinterfeireoccj h�t-of:.th6 c , >ih'atthe' HiMiourable Meaidershquld attack tlte disrrejtion of the Magistrates ou this occasion ; at the same time he admiUed-that the subject was very proper to be inquired into, but not iu this acci-deulal mauner,' The pelitioQer was accused of an iodcceia- VX-posurc of his person, aud the fact having been sworn lo, he was committed. Now, wlmi did he ajiege against the witness in his petition lie s.-tid, that walcbmep.were proverbihl for their poverty, cupidity and ignoraace.-(A laugh.) There-: fore, as it wa.H a cofujiKJu proverb, that watchmen were distin guished by pa.�-erty, cupidity, aud, ignorance, no persou ought to be convicted on the (wlh of one of them.-(A '" reperilag the taw� wM�li'r^gttWteand> tescSm 1��t���^o� money. He decSa�!>'fti�^kM|>^enferH^ 0WI��viJtfonM driSiFe subjecf at pred^, hiving dLp^es^hiis^ntMid&tKJIW'i^ttlBeiiA^ length on fordier occft61i�is;i'h'e'^posedr#ihitktf tA^VftKe ib-dqlgebce of the House in reptyMg totufy objecllbas wtdeft ihi^t arise t* the prtJgires^ofWlie Mil. �' 1 This CHAS^CELLORdf the EXeHROTER htedi'ht lip RCconrfa cff Eicheeu??r'Bifis Isshe^d and authorise p* be isstied for the y^ar 1824; alfo afii^nnts of Ex;cTieqaei'hlHS'J>ard-��!t*Wrn the 5th of Jaimatt 1623, a^d&th of Jahuary'l�^- ^'^eatSMties oftbVifttereStdufe'RirEichedu** bills is^fid^fis lte23,'no* dtlt-standirig ahd�n'^rovidea fSrV ^Ich wertlaid npdli'flW.tibW. Mf;��ATTAN mdiife'slriife observgiiobi^tt 0^ stablra bf li^eland. He Wis pndchtood'to ci>Blp}aii tiwA' ^ai^i-eularl^ of fhe,con4tabTes pi' hts oira county,'Md to'rfiv^nbia^bf a motVbn fortheVdthraqf bapb^ upoil thiif snBjeCtfor ttt-inScrlrof--Adjou-Vned. � "  ' � �  �: �� " HOUSE GF LORDS, Weo^iwday, The House sit till fbiir o'clocjf,^ear6ig Appealsg snd tiien adjourned till five o'clqck, ,.  I, Mr. Best presiAtted Sundry adcouiita fhidi the ^artko^ fift|!and, the titie of them only being read, which was^ao atcqonit of the monies txpiftnded by the (foftiAiSsibneiB dfWer SiiitlB>iT?kn^, made up to Jan. 5; T824,^Aajd�nied. o ->  '  ' f  HOeSE'OrCOlM^ONS. * ^ "Hie Solicitor-^Oenem ido^ f^e qata^'and Ws seal, A person fipora the JfMdt'bf Ehglin^prfesttiftacopies of app!:-catiorts l>y the Fnrst Lord of the Trik^^y-^ntflitt'ClAncendr of the Eicbeqner to that Company fdir �av�hi*�.* ' ' ' ' ' On th� motion Qffte,gh�JIealb^^fl�t'thlr1^rh�>nltw>^tJ8^iMa- Mr. Ser^eaartiNSJLOW^lH^t^Wln h Xty^WtM amend the existing laws relating to the inieresl of money. It was read afirst time, and tbe secohd i-eading fiked fer'MoiKfay.' Mr. 4ldermaa BRIDGE^ presented a pettti)ftf^ from the W*i>-d af Bridge, against" tlie (Inty'on'coals; '(TRe siliiie Hon. Meii:hec laid upon the table a similar petJtlbnfrom Viutry Ward. Mr. MANNING presented a petitibB With the same praver frOra Chippenham.--Laid upon the table. Mr. S.WORTLEY moved fora returh of the quantitj of foreign woollen goods imported and w^nthonsed in any part ot th'e Uiiited Kingdom under the Statute of 4 Geo. lY. Hl^o a I'ehlra if the quantity ukep out of warehouse for exportation, \)oth duriog the last year. Mr. MABERLEY moved for an account of the gVoss and net Revenue of Ireland, from the 5th of January, 1791, to the |.eriod of the Union, tpgetber with the chai'gfes foV collection-ii account of the public uelit, funded and unfunded, tlie interest on , 'ho ijame, the supplies voted, &c. j also i silmilir account'fi-om swears before a Waifislrate that hp saw in-rsons otfeodiiij against the law, the MagisLrate iuu.it of qcces.NJty convict. It was another matter whether it was fitting that the Magistracy should have such a discretion as that whicli they eujoye.1 under ihis . ^i,, Union to tlie'ConVolid'ation o"f'the Excbe<fuer Of Gleat BrltaJu A^t. rhatwasaveryd.Sereu questum ihe Hon -Viciiibor j^^,!^,,^ To both these accounts was to be added the am6uht had referred to the home di*uartmeut, with respect to the reward ',f ,r. ,, .,. , . � * . u i .  j , . , ,, , c ^ � .� 1  � . V  1 "'^ popnlatioa \a each year, as far as could be Ascertained. . . -, - _ lA. ,v______ , \the Answer to the Address to the Crown on the subject of the was it was very true, that by lowed,; tut by the former Act, the i-ew.ird was 10s. (hearj-so that there, was a lessening, mstead of .�n increase of reward, upon conviction^ (H ^ought, there was not a more flagrant otfence than that of indecently exposing the person, which had been carried on to an iuimeuse extent in the Parks, where virtuous feumles had been- shamefully insnlted: but wanton exposure was a very different Un�g from accidental cx|>osure. There ought, therefore,, to be a more distinct and definitive line drawn betweeu exposure, tiie effect of accident, and exposure, the result of intention. At present tnere was do discretion. Ou conviction, the magistrate must convict fora mouth. His object was t� inv^'st the magistrate with a discretionary power, wluch would enable him to commit fora shorter period. (Hear, |iear.J Such an alteratiou might be effected without trenching on the principle. (Hear, liear.) He agreed iu tlie observatiou of the Hon. Gentleman that great care ought to be uken in the selection of persons to act as stipendiary magistrates ; aud be must take somecredit, both on behalf of his predecessor and himself, for acting on those priucipUs which were likely to ensure a proper and efficient selection. Formerly td-most auy iodividvial.tvas considered elijfiUie for the office4 hut | L^rd Sidmoutihaod he laii^ it doioti as a tine qua non, that tbtne who were placed in tbe situation of stipendiary Magistrates should have practised three years at the bar, and must, therefore, enter ou the duties of their office with a competent knowledge ot the law. He ucvcr knew of any arrangement, with respect lo the appointment of stipendiary MagistraU-s, except tliat of .sch'cliug those persons who were tlie best recommended, and requiring Uiat the parlies should have practised at the bar. The HOUSE OF LORDS, Tuesday. The Earl of SAINT GERMAINS took the oaths aud his seat. His lordstiip'was introduced by the Earl of Harrowby anil Lord Somers, and was attended bj'Sir George Naylor, Garter King of .\rms, in his full robes. This ceremoay was adopted in consequence of the present noblem.in succeeding to the title by a patent creation. His lordship was only collaterally related to the late earl, and the title was to descend on his children, but the present earl has been called to the dignity by the King's patent. The House was occupied till half-past five o'clock iu ballotting for peers to attend to the bearing of appeals, and noble lorda were appointed for this purpose up lo July 20lh. STATE OF IRELAND. Lord DARXLEV said that he took that opporlunit}' of stating to their lordships what he iutended to sUte, but bad omitted, on the first day of the session, tliat be intended to redeem the pletlge he had given last year, to bring the state of Ireland fully liefore tlifir lordships. He meant, therefore, to' more that ilieir lordships be summoned for VVtdnesday, March 2, to lake tlie state of Ireland into cofjuderation. He hop n the conduct of them lo a certain amount j and the consequence was, that indi-some of those who held this situation, when acting in their Ma- vidiials, who, from their rank, fortune, and intelligence, were particularly qualified to fill such dnties, were excluded, or rather excused, from perfoi ming them, because tliey did not possess the requisite quantity of freehold property. Mr. LESTER seconded the motion. Mr. LOCKH.\RT did not mean to oppose the motion, but he ihoaj^ht they should use great cau'.ion in introducing al-t'ralions in the jury system which had worked so well. He CO lid by no means concur in the expression of the Honourable-Mover, that tlie right and obligation of uctlnir on juries had been gisierial capacity. He had intro)|uced tJie names of Mr. Dyer and of Mr. Swabey. He thoii^tht it would have been as well, when the Hon. Gentleman meutioned to him (Mr. PeelJ that Ur. would present this petition, if he had also stated, " 1 mean to in-troJiiie thostf cases, and I now give you the information, that ' you m:\y have an opportunity of arranging what you may have to say on the subject." But as these cases were not prjiicrly before the House, he thought it would be as unwise as it w.is unnecessary to notice them further ; and therefore he would nvuid that topic. The Hon. Gentleman observed, that Mr. Dyer had ' taken moderate bail from one iudividuuil, whilst lie had refu.sed to receive bail from another. Now be must contend that in the . country from being overwhelmed arbitrary power, and case where bail was refused, the Magistrate had no discretjon lo ^ j,ad made this almost tbe only nation in Europe which enjoyel A system that worked so well imposed on the freeho'ders alone on account of the " prejudices" of our ancestors. Ifwas thb " prejudice" which had prevented aliout that period he should briqg the subject (prward, but if any other d^y were more convenient to those noble lords, he should retdily agree to their wishes, W^^h'a.vicw o( enabling tiieir lordships to come prepared^f r tius ocica^o, he i^teaot, to move for ceriain papers which wquid.il>ew what had been dooe.^- An important document had been ikid on the table Of the other hquse -in the ^pe of a report from a committee-appointed taipqnire into tbe employmtmt of the poor In Ireland. He stiould more tbst a mc^gc b^ sent to the other bouse n^ueaUug a copy of the report' Tbe noble earl opposite (Lord liverpoolj would, he hoped, lay on the table alt tbe information be possessed as to what had been done under the bill for. the commuta'Jon of tytbes.' There Was also a document which had been laid on the table of the other liouse that he should move for, relative to the produce of the first Ihiits m Ireland. Ther^ were several other papers' also for which he should move. JSia lordship conclutted by tnoving that a message be sent to tbe Commons for a cq^�y of the Abpve report, and that various other papers relative to Ireland, be laid upon the table. The House then adjourned. HOUSE OF COMMONS. The CHAISJCELLOR of the KXCBKQUER reported at ,th^ Bar the King's Answer to the Address of the House on the jfirst.d^ of the Session. It was broiigfair up, and ordered to be enterad on the Journals. On the motioo of Mr. GRENFELL, the following were ordered ':-An account of the Bank Notes and Bank Post Bills lia weekly circniation, from the 20th Apty, 1924^ tO' the latest �peritKl; an Account of all Copper imported into and expmrted from Great Britain for the year endbag 5th Jan. 1824. : -jafc CURTfiiS movediand it -mas ordkpredV that there be (laid: beforefthe-Uome a return of all Colonial'Gnaih� Floor, aad Meal now in warehouses, and underluek ih Great Britain, dis-tmguishing the differi^ sorts. i L�ird�JU0yV7HfiR piresented a petition from certain oMrmnef: Sheep EBrmaJii Westmordaad against the importa-tioft of w6oBen tags. Mr; GURWEN supported the petition, obserring that the'taxptcsa^idth ipreat-severity npon � paitieolar class of ^formers.. �-� > Mr; HOME postponed ontil 8 fotiire day his motitm re-^ardrngnnsetded Accondt^'of WilU.tmdAdmiaivt^fU^ ' -ehoiiehw r.J^Mhi|�r^ ^1^ ' and rW^M^r^thei^^e^'ofinaiiitafanng the Poor; &C. in The Report of the Committee of Supply was brought up by Mr. Brogden. and on the motion of the Chancellor of the �x ^igpur MdJbrijl^oicy.; .The lafiter is $rom.��/l�r^f; andin awwd-mg t^is just praJ^^to, Miss I^atpn's effi)rt.;we ot course keep ont ^ mmdrthe hiantiet''iQ which we had previbqidy heard it per-fomied. She akng irjtwice.' Miss 'IVee'^ soH^ kri Uifiast ail Jivjclj .ones, jo, which, the words are more doosidered than the 'indhc.~ A CaatanetJD^ce between >{iss Tree ^d Miss: Patqp *te ateond.'" DttrtJSef had ItfisffBfaiumdnt liad- so lUUe'to do ^lifih&irtalentwastBraRdj^availalde. ' - iiti0^tmtJKm mlirder of the aged wotnan^ Slnaweto SfSuvh, on Thursday, the 5th mst. exerci.se. (Hear.) .As to the committti? by the Magistrates, the prima facie statements of the difference wns very important, and di-served inquiry. But, on account of its importauee, the Hon. Genlleman oni^iit to have given notice, that he mciint to bring it forward. He had not stated whetu'^r any of the committals were in execution, a point which was of great im;u)rlanre. He h.id merely said, so many were committed, and so many convicted. But, supposing that a part of those persons were committed in execution, it was impossible that there could he any sub.seqiient conviction. Tliis was important to be ci^isidercd, and the Hon. Gentleman on^ht to have asrertained the fact. ,As, however, the Hon. (Jontleman would in the course of a few days move for accounts on the subject, it would be belter that the whole question should be then debated. When the Hou. Gentle-man brought forward a distinct motion on the snhject, be shotihl be ready to meet it, and to give to the House every information wh^ could, with propriety, be demandwl; for he could assure thPllonse, that Governmeut had no motive whatsoever for mystery or concealment. (Hear.) The Petition of (as we understood) William Lotcho w.is then brought up and read. Mr. HUME, in rising to move that the petition be laid on the table and printed, begged leave to say llmt he had not attached the slightest blame to the Home Office. t�n ihe cdhtrary, be observed that he believed every thing was properly conducted. The gallery was cleared for a division on printing the petition, but the Houae did not divide, and the motion was agreed to. IRELAND.-REVENUE.-CHUKCH. Lord ALTHORP said, at a future t'lime it was his intention to call attention to tbe state of Ireland generally, and at pre-�ent, withavSewto prepare the House for the codsidei^rioft of the snbject, he wished to obtain information as to three important points:-i. TTie Revenue. 2. The Church, as respected the residence of the Clergy, and their Revenues. 3 The execution of the laws respecting the Roman Catholics, in regard to their admission to those offices which they were at present not disqu^i-hed by law from filling. The Noble Lord then moved for " An account of tbe gross and net revenue of the-customs and excise in Ireland, for the two years ended, Jan. 5. 1824.-Ordered. " An account of tbe sums of money levied for the last two years nmlergrandjury presentments ill Ireland, distinguishing tbe baronies, and specifying the beads of account and the separate charges to which they were applicable."-Onlered. : Tbe Noble Lord then moved that there be laid before the House a list of the parishes of Ireland, with their respective in-cumbents, diatii^uiahing the cases where the ineumbents^re or are not resklent; aod for a list of Roman Cstbolics appoi 'ted assiatant-batristers asce the year 1792, wbicfa^ ^fter somd conversation between Mr, Hnme, Mr. V. Fitageraldj Sir T. Neiroort, .and 4^r.Ccoker, were agreed to. '�� LardAJLTflORP then moved for a return of Rolfian Catholic barristers enjoying patents of'precedency'idlreland. After a few words from Mr. PrrzdBRALb, ttftf^'ttiotjbh #as withdrawn.  - ' - lrf>rd;NUGENT said it was bis abtontiott th nibv4;' on Tnesdaythe 17th, that there be hutt Offlfab^bl^fio^ies bf the lUnstmctioas given by Governuieist to Sir WiVJ^qiifftr and also of the correspondence between Sir'M^ A'CbtM^'atlU'^tb^ Spaiiisb Government. ' ' - A Message from the Lords annonnced a reqqest-.tbit the House, ..^_______ would commnmcate to ihch" Lordships a copy of ihe> Report ogj^^e antipathies )d fox hnntmg. (Hear, hear.^ tiie Select Committee of the House of Commovaog the^einploy^af*'-'^ ' -- -'=----j ~.-iA^^h^,n^, ^^AtUj,, the iienefit of a free constitution, should not be liglitly altered. .Mr. Secretary FEBL had no intention in rising to oppose the bill. But he would advise that Hon. Gentleman to consiih-r whctlier it would he safe or expedient to take any particular amount of properly for the measure of qualification, ami if tuat mode of fixing a standard was not likely to introduce too lar^re a class. The Hon. Gentleman proposed that the possession of 1001. of personal property should not only he a sufficient qualification, hut that the owner should be entitled, or, if he pleased, compelled, to serve on the juries. But would it not be aVcry deltcato point to leave the subordinate officers of any parish or borough to ascertain whether or not each man claiming or being cnn-pelled to serve was worth 1001. Surely it would be belter to ado] t some known test by which qualifications were now ascertained-either the book of assessments to ttie parochial ami county rates, or those of Parliamentary taxation. One rated at 1001. or 2001. house rent, should be eligible. Leave given to bring in the bill. Mr. WESTERN moved for returns of the convictions and sentences passed in the Home Circuit during the last year, distingtiiahiog those who had been convicted for the second time, the nature of their offences, and the punishments to which they had been sentenced .�^-Ordered. Mr. MARTIN (of Galway) rose, according to notice, to move foi* leave to bring in a bill to extend to other aiiimals the privilege aod protection which the House, under a bill which he had brought in, bad afforded to cattle. To this bill lie did not apprehend jnucfa Objection, as it merely would extend the pi in-ciple of the bill for preventing cruelty to cattle, to dogs, and cats, and other .animals.-(A Member asked Mr. Martin whether he included rats 7) No, he did not mean to include rats.- (.\ laugh.J-Leave given. Mr MARTIN said the second bill which he should move for leave to bring in, would require little detail. He moved for leave to bring in a bill for the abolition of bear-baiting and other cruel spof ts. There was some hesitation in putting the question, as Mr. Martin bad not provided a seconder. Mr. Martin expressed a hope that some Gentleman would second it. Some one having seconded it, and the question heio^put, Mr. Secretary PEEL said, he was as, ready as any one to do justice to the motives of his Hon. Friend; but the bill which it was the purpose of tbe present motion to introduce, was an extensibq.so important, that he was surprised his Honourable "Friend did abt think proper to enter ipto ttie details. Tbe Hon. GebtlemaA prbpo^d to prohibit <;ertiiin cruel sports. Now, if .the jfjop,.Gentleman laid down the general principle, that no pain "should b^ inflicted on animals, except such as was necessary in pottiiig tiiem to death for tbe support of inan, bis legislation woi^d he consis^nt; bpt be was certainly not fair in selecting partial inStaaces to le^Mate on, in which tbe Meml^n� of the ("House, <he /isrfles legislating, did not happen to be interested. (Hear, hVar.)' The Housg had last Sessmn refused to amend the Game Laws, on tbe^prteJ girounds that, by affording a mode of amusement to coUhtrygentlemen, they afforded them a motive to residencp on their estates.' The Advantages of this residence he did tidt diean to aiidervalde; bot whiTe they thus directly en-ctiiiraged tie wounding'of animals in shifting and hunting, they could not with aqy decency pass a partial law djgainst the same sort of cruelty when perpetraCtd by a lower class of people, nor cOuld they make it penal to encourage tbe antipathies of Iwu ai^inals in bear-baiting, when they encouraged precisely the antipathies )n fox hdnting. (Hear, bear.) Let them abo-lilisfa fox-hobling and partridge-shooting, aod they might also abo- meat of the Poor inlieland, together with the i^ulies'of* evi-lili;sh. hear-baitmg. He should protest against a partial measnre dence taken before the Committee. Acopyof tj^RepeW bf th^ ' ---^j-i.-.-ij /,w-_:.k .u----,----.__r-�i., SelectCommitiee.ituidpfthehiinntes of evidenci^VS^ ordered to Jiecomnranicated toUie Hoitse of Lords. '---^y. _ t j - Mr.^reta^ PEEL gave i^etTce, that on Tuesday next fa� wotdd move to brii^ \a a Bill consolidating the laws with respect to the empanelment of juries; and another npon the subject of the regnlatkm of gaols. fen, the j^ubjectj'whii^ wotald interfere with the amnsement&of'*^he ppor, while they did ndtinterfere with the sports of the rich, as by making J�nch a. distinctkm they opened the door to great injus-tica and grea^ oppression. THear, hea4.) :Mr- RQBipLTSON submitted, ttwt the Hon. Gentleman (Mr. Martin) had all tbe effect of his bear-baiting bill in the bill which he bad already obtained leave to bring in.

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