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   British And Indian Observer (Newspaper) - April 18, 1824, London, Middlesex                                PkfSTllBSSSED -SBmERS at Ike CAPE of OOOD. � HOPE;-TiKCtnBin{ttee'"fortif�irtfinr the ��bMM4p�ioH tbs reticf  tBpat� j|f4 ivMrtt vbicb bave bMS paUtthfld. h beofmM ci]|>erflB(MM 10 pot tcith any addiiionM ar. ^tnun^t to excite � CMapa^itoaie craii4eratioQ of their iteplcK cable caae. Their motives for giAOit^theh- nxfhre l&nd it mfflttlH: beced werefunndrtlfd mastfmtances on the 4mperioail]ject iraa to gire to EagliA CathciKcs'Hbt^ right of votitfg-at �le�i9a# i(rfiH]aad Qther biQ toiatrodacr vilbia nAotlf^ii^w enaUe B^glisb Patbalie^ t� hdd-the aaue office* ia%^l^ . TbaMiL' t[�b :4Ufl*, aad 'mOvUkfai^local tax^^ w'nM iHSHtiin^ftVii^ orifrr^V6e�anibiIfited.. . ' ; MM (tin. �eWa�VBr , Wonry, Julnuind, aud Frank - 0 �lr�.PaJmer     .     . 5 iHon. Uaard MoACtod Patr4ck��atiy, Ea  10 10 0 3 3 0 00 0 0 - 10 10 0 0   . Peter Le Cocq, Esq. 1  0 0 o;A. J. Le Mesuriur, Jun. 0"0   Esq.-    -        -    - J   0 AiiCU:ttas Brovne, Esq.  b 0 .i.D.B.        -       -  10s. 6d. 10 0 Tbe Umn of \> ii>c�.cst�r 1  1 0 0 OAet. Geo. J. M^gendie   100 Subscriptions are received by the Trcasunor, Wm. Fry, Esq. _1 MildredVcourt, Poultry; by Messrs. Frys and Chapman,-suid the several Bankers in the Metropolis j by Mr. Thomas Un-4arnr�)�d, Si, Fleet^ret-t. Aj^nl ti� the Connnitlee at Cape Tovrn. Aod^y theCaoiMitteu ivt the city nf London Tav>ern, where ail communiratious are to i>e addres^d. W. M. HARRIES, Hon. Sec, Oty of I.ondon Tavern, April 15, 1B84.____ TO FAMILIES OR LAIwF.8 GOIN'G TO TUE EAsr IMJIES. a Feraon wbo wishes to join ber Huaband sai ChiUlrea, XjL. hbo are at Madran, it desiroas wf engaging Milba Family readies as SERVANT durinctfo* voyage. has bam to la eili8ihaWy of' imy^jwlSoo hd. ^grifjMiiiiifTe ^tt�riyabsard,and�oi tleaA^that ^ faoaae wooM a*t 1^ (he �#pit n^^t ton conunHtee np�tdra, �bettm iTWB- LjQSmNl^TpN tai4 tUt    bought '^e^^asnot^^f^lnr^.ii coonJifeeft, hirt he ^laH Vi||N>aat,      ��c eAarsetd be �ai��etL . iSAm^'i^ ikoeikt tii� bill __ - 9^4�tfldVa^4b�af]L�lHMt�iir    ^ �ah bath. Suaday, ( keep aa weH observed thj^ rcf ( te their lomeni: aad thef aale tff t��toi^Uie �bh�Ib. aa�i^y Ua aa the tables aad* tioaof pohllc< Mr. i^tUriaiag. la for day hia _ ^ _ - _______f(M^Bi MVtdrimui C(U^oc�tiiM)-Mi^l)9df 4o�hoitr tte 4^nirr wera% ^ a^indrbleil.  Ife canota^ liy ai^ria^r m MiendiUtUI^ 1^ bill be re� tli�.l3, Cully I^^DETS, WRITERS, and MIDSHIPMEN to INDIA, or Piwsciigors generally t� any part of the (Uobe, can Ub J eauipped with ever^ requisite for the voyage and arrival, at one aay'H notice, obtaining White Jean and Satteen Jackets, medium sizes, from 6g. 9d. to lO^i. ; diito WaisUoati, 4s. to (is.; ditto Truwsrrs, 6s. to lUs.; Umti ditto, 6e.; DnII ditto, 6s. 9d. to Hi.I White Moneilles WaistcoaU, 6s. to IQs.  . { Black and Blae Coats, 5is. to (i8s.� Uressinx Gowos, IK td i Travelli.ig Cloaks, 38s. to 48s. t when made to order, 101. per cent, extxa ; Cotton i>birts, 3^. to 6s.; a( SILVER and CO.'S (late Arrow smith and SUver), Clotbiers, 9, CorahiU, removed from No. 3. THE jtHMY. DeOMbmentb beloaging to several regiments marched yesterday morning from the recrwiting deuartraent in Wesfininiter, for Windsor, Chichester, Winchester, Partsmoath, aud the Isle of Wight. New Lcviks.-By the retam whtch has been mad owning College aud R�ctor nf Rothorhithe, Surrey, was on Friday last admitted UUtetorin Diviniiy. The Rev. (ieane WMtcToord, B.A. Fellow of J�su� College (third aon of J. R. Whitefoord), l�s been insiituted to tho Rcc-u>cy of W<'st0rfield, in SnflTotk, on the presentation nf the Vord Biiliop of Ely, vacant by the death of the Rev. J. HiK-h. Ttiere will be congregations on the fnllowing days of thi-ati^uiug Easter Term !- Wednesday   -  -  -  .   April 38, at elev'l'n. Wednesday  -  -  -  -  May   5, a( eleven. Wednesday   -  -  -  -   May 12, at eleven, AVednesday  -  -  -  -  May 19, at eleven. Friday.....June i 1, (Sut.) B.D. Com. at ten. 5aturd^.....July  3, aft eleven. Monda/   . -  - - - July  3, at eleven. ^ ^EfF COLOAT. It has been discorered, that the istaad of Triatrao da -Cunha, which Hes io South lat. 87. 6. West long. 11. 44., and whitA wiu uever kDowii to have been peeked before ihe year 1817, baa now ujm)b it, li<r the bnihling of cburchea ( from ttvo lodWidiiala, wboaff conaiderable brkk-Audters tlu; nei^buaHKlBd of London, "Staying for a' removal of tbe duty on am'ali coala (atraiaed thMWfth a oae-isch ahrre) censing into tha pdrt of Uadoa : >� tlM Pftsbtterf (�a we aMea�Md) ff F�rf�r. North iQiMfi, praying for the total repc�i of the witKluw Ux 1, from the iaMbitanUof Axhridge, In the ^oifuty of Somerset, praying for ibr repeal of � IkP fame foodag wiih t|ie freeniaaoaa in A�gl'�d, - ((rdoned u>j�e wHatrd.   , SirM. W..Rhlley gave notice Jtutt on tlie ^�h of M�jr h� Would inoit for leare ta bring in a bill to re'viac and ooaaohdild the atsiap dtitiea. Mr. Hubhoiiae preaeated pet'tiona agahtst tbe n^nmeramllh bill, the St. Catherioe'a dock bill, and the proposed rtiMKat Fleet Market.-Ordered to lie cm tbe table. Mr Haakiaaoa gasv aatice tlist be would, to-aiorro�r. nm* in iM�t JohdMK to a Uii to alUijr tbe botdaia of tetril^^pklk' �mi latMinlwir]). ipanyiiiiil. toeonvtrit tbe saaieMrftMr tSt exportatlaa The tight hon. gent itlso gave ootiee, that be would more for leare to bring in a l>ill to anead the law with respect to principal and factor. Mr.SKCRETARY PEEL moved the order of the day for the third reading of tbe alien Will, which afforded a few meinbera who could not be heard on iu former stages an opportunity of (as Mr. Drnman hooeUly termed it) " wearing out tbe patience of the Houae byrepeating Hnroiiieats wlitcb had been often urged i>�fore." Mr. Lcnnard did more, for he moved aa an amendment, that the bill be read that diiy six inoniUs. None of tbe Ministers thought it necessnry to notice olijectiona twice an-aaered before. Tkey suffered llie House therefore to proceed to H divuioo without a'nv ettort to influence one rote ia favour of, the uieasure, aad yet obtained a nmjorilv of 93 lo 40, and oa the I joamed at balf-pa^t nine o'clock, question that tlie bill do pnss, one of 111 to 47. The Report of Uie Comiiiiitee npou the proposed grant of .500,0001 for building new Churches was then brought np and ajrreed to, although Mr. Hume moved that it be received that lUv rnx months, a motion which was rejected by a maSority of 144 to 30. Ua the nratioR of the CbanceHor of the Exchequer, the House resolved Haelf into a commitute on tlie customs datiea bill.- Report on Ibc 3d of May. On tKe Biotioo of Mr. S. Wortley, the Unuae went inloa com-Hiittee oa the gaote lawa anendnwai biW, aud tlie houae bctag hi cuinniittee, Mr. S. WORTLEY proposed that the slicing of rabbiU should be pnniahable aa well ns tlie'Stealing of gHiue.-Agreed to. On the daitae giving the nmristrntes in petty seskiona the power to convict for a third offence, Mr. MUNDAY thought this power should he given only to tbe judgea of assize or the quarter .-ession*. He propoK-d an amendment accordingly, to give the priaoner the option of being tiied by thoar'courts. Mr. S. WORTLKV agreed to the nmcndmeBt, which was adopted and incorporated with the clause. Ou tbe clause prohibitiog the fixing of snures, excepting by gamekeepers. Colonel DAVIES objected to the clauv,  � rose to oppose the clause which prohibited *U pcraoasfrom aeltteg game without iireuse. He observed that renieoa, pouhry, and other articles, were sold without license, aad be did not see whr game should be sold with license. Mr. S. WOI^TLEY ropportrd the clause, which finally agreed to Mr.?. aTtUbUl iILof aum-tit,i|4tta(%baH,tolte rm dp^ke iQ jfiHn)f�r^�f the tepetH [^TQiV tuj)ported the niotcon. IQw Honie tbtn airidol, when thereii{^)earcd- . ' FW�beoK)ti*n, 62-^ dgafaitll, 6 I majority, *6. y .Jl^i lfc^.HK)ved for. ceiwi.h iejoma rdatuig to tbcappra-^ pr^tmi of the jnoncy for boildtng octr churcbea, tit.i^itr :(�catt4ed the mbllod,'whl^ was agreed to. llr.whwmored also for a reiorn ahewiug theananbero^ . ehp  4�d4v|iap�ls of tbtbChnrch of Ea^laad ia eaeh pftri^ ^ jlf^l^tf^ mpd Watr^; and4^i>otber return, Shewlag tbe number di Tbe house then diii,le.l-Ktw theaAeaditKat. S4, agalall it,  #^&aaa jrrahff^to dissenters in the last year.-^^erc*. to bring'ia | btttloiiUoe. Roman CMhoiies in fiiwy^ apeo tbe same fovtiag >* {jiiakeia,, Jews, and Roman Catho)^ ia li-rlantl, witlr'n's^'t to marriM-es. llic b>^ose hTtenrfeiliikltfttt lotvi a comcnittee op tb� vafe4�Bi�r�g act, wht'tt Mr. Hu�hiaaaa �tq)laiBed U�r lartlMiea of btS' phw far �)h>wiag - hdnded cots to be tqmed intoilour (qir rxportatioQi An^* pers^ro tvbo paspeaaca foreign wheat in bond is to be at liberty, upon giring f^P*f aecw^y.'totakttoacaiiy'quaatTty of wheat and convert U iifto flour. 'Fbe American barrel, contniifing 196 pounds of flour, isobtaitied tcpm five busjmia oS yqod wiicat. But is tbia coi^ ia now dort. The saving hanks hills wits postponed to the 4th of May. Tbe Scotch juries bill was recominittrd on tlie motion of Mr. Kennedy, and the bill was immediately carried through a committee.-Report lo-wjorrow. On the imition of Dr. Lu>hlngton, the mairiage Rct amendment bill was read a second time, and committed for to-morrow. Tlie vagrant laws amendment bill went throagh a committee. -Report to lie considered on tbe 6th of May. The new street bill was read a �ecund time, and committed for tbe 5th of May. Tbe insolvent dd)tArB' InU was read a third time and passed. The other orders nf the tiny being disposed of, the bouse ad- Ut, fiUM�^edled4he attentioo�f'thefaouie to the alale. �'* UUitra, in the articleahHl :hnd been lowered incon-'eqiieiW^ cf the opening of the trade. What he now twrnplaiufd-^ atf vasi tbat  v^nmrnt tbe East India t^uhpany badM^eed  .important fort at Snmatra to tbe Dutch, wkboaL aiakt^g is dueplsivision for individuals who luid there expended their Capital-iu the growth of those articlea, in thetleiief tbiit they wvttht ifc ^ncou^BgBd and proiecled. He complained also of a hreachof faith with lUe natives The Governor, Sir Stamford Raih:�, liaddet hired tbat the place was held ^mly for the natives, aad fothcmV tberef.jre, alone it oogbt to be restored. This Otiyht to be oarticularlr aticodcd lo, seeiog the cuaduct which �had been displayed by the Dutch at Java. He moved foreertaiii. returns of tho quaiititlcs of mace, cfoves, aad-nntmega imported by the East India Company aad others, in the laatQB years. 14c WYAi N aaid he woyld nut oppose the jh^tion, though he  o aiov�d for a copy of the (iratiea entered into bctwcQB tbe East India Company and tbe Chiefs of Suioatra. Ordered Mr. HDSKk;80N moved for leave to brii^ i� a bill to iJwr abd aoMBrtd th� Uw� relating to factosv and tbeir princi-tala. He w;;uld ia a future stage open the details of the 'sub-ect, wh.ibfa was oae of great importance In our eommercial law. -LeaW glvni. SirOEORGE^HILL OBoved for, and obtained leave to briog in a bill to regulate tbe nnmber of paaaengera conveyed in steam beata between Great Btiuhi and Ireland. Mf. KSNNKUYmo^od the bringing op tif the Report on the Seotch Joriea bill. Mr. LUSHINGTON subniitted to the hon. Member, that, h> the presentaUte of the house, it woold not be of any advaflMMrbiaits piett Ua atotloo. He the�eiore begged hhono^h�d^��>dati>�r� verewvwidmattefa of poUie boai-neaa bdbre tbe boaaeunopposed, wbkh U would be deairable to get throajFh. Mr. KEMHE0T said he had no wish to oppose pubfic business, hot be did not tbiuk that. 00 this occasion, be was tbe person that ought lobe called upon to give way. The ri|ibt hon. gentleman would perhaps apply to hia learned friend, the learned lord wbo opposed the motion. Strangers were then ordered to withdraw ; tbe house divided ; hut there bring only twelve members proaeat, the house j necessarily adjourned. BMdh felatWato the redeaap-^ (te paMhsddbt, aad sm� move (kat^heUte ftttt 3d ^ ftw^, >pa. tti hooae a^oumed^ Lli�Iy-toa(QMura,tion would be rcsdered more ralnahle iiy the alteration proposed--ITie motion was agreed to. Mr. HUME presented a petition from Bermondsey, and ueighliouring places againat the St. Catlierine'a dock bill.-Referred to the eommittee 00 the bill. Dr. LUSHING rO.N brought in a bill for altering the duties on hides and skins. Read a fir.st time, and ordered to he read a second lime on Monday tbe 3d of May, after a few words from Mr. Maberly. Petitions against negro slavery were presented from Macclesfield, from Bniiibridge, from Lancaster, and o-'dered to lie on tbe lab^e and W (irinted. Sir GEORGE BILL brought in a bill-for regulating the nauiber of pnsseocer' in steam boats between Great Brit;^in and Ircland.-Read a mat time, and ordered for a second reading on tbe 4tb of May. Sir Geoi^e ilUl alfo bmtuht in a bill for draining the bogs in IrelaaJ, which was disposed of in a manner similai to the last. Mr. DawjKm brought ap from the Home Office several official papers relating (o the aae of the tread miU.-Ordered to be printed. Colonel King presented a petition from Cloyne against the tithe commutation bill.-Ordered to be printed. Mr. P. MOORE presented a petition from Coventry against tbe combination laws. He complained of tbe co^dua of several employers as being peculiarly oppressive. Tue petition was referred to the committee on artisans j as waa a similar petition prcaeolcd by Mr. Moore from Saddle-worth. Mr. Stanley presented a petition from Bolton against the duty on excise licenses, -Ordered to lie on tbe table. Sir THOMAS BARI'NG gave notice, that soon after the holidays be sboul^l introduce to the attention of the bouse the claims of Mr. M'Adam ia respect of his exertions to improve tbe public roads. Dr. PHJLLIMOilE brought in a bill to l^alize catholic marria^res.-Read a first time, and ordered for a second reading on the 3d of May. Lord A. HAMILTON moved for severail returns relative to the amount of tbe fee fund oi the court of session in Scotland. -Ortlered. Mr. S. RICE presented a petition from tbe Roman ratboKcs of i>rogbeda, nnmeronsfy rigned, complaining of the practice which prevaUed in tbat part of the eonntry of excluding catholics from �erving 00 grand juries and other pablic offices, although tbeir property and numbers compared with those of protestunts was-in pie proportion of nine to one; and attbongh tbey were rendered eligible for the officer ia question by an act passed ia tlie year 1793. 'fhey prayed for a revision of the whole of the laws relating to catholica.-The petition waa ordered to lie on the tabhi. Mr. Coortenay brooght up therepwt on tbe county gatda bill. Read-and ordered for.consideration owtbe 3d of May. Mr. Hume broiigbt up a report of the cominitlae of artizana.- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Hu^moved fqr aeveral returns YitatiMtbi^diatiOeries. .-Ordered.. � . Sir T. Lethbf^idge presented a petition ftom W^tahire agaiast the repeal of the wool duty.-Ordered to be printed. Mr. Butteirworth presented a petition from Doncaater against cruelty to animalr; aud another firom several poulterers and Sierra LeoaeGazattea to the 31st of Jeonary inclnsive hava been received. Their accounts of the growing trade of the cahioy are highly gratifying. The present sUte of Sierra Leone, wbik it fonns a striking contrast with tbe ill-futed. thongh 5enevolfat attempt which waa made in 1792, to colonise the island of Bu-laina, illustrates in a striking manner the soundness of some of the views entertained by captnin Beaver, wbo corninaoded thAt expedition.-*' Aa one of the means that would inevitably tend lo the abolition of the slave trade," says he, " 1 would recommend the cultivation of Ati^ bv its free aatlvet. I know ibat those who choose always to see the African character in its worst light, will probably say the aativca will never be hsHuoed vokia-tarily to labour. As far aa iny knowledge of the AfricMM witt enable me to judge, I bavi ho doubt nf tbeir resdilf MBIliif the earth for lui�, vhtatitt �aaacMit^fy4Ma^ emptoy them, f navar saw anea work harder,.piora frfM^^IV^ more regularly, generally speaking, than those /ree natlvea whom I employed upon the Istaod Of BulHiiia. Now what e0ktt would tbe culbradoa of Africa bav> upon its intiabttanta } Aa cultivation of the soil muat neeeasarily indut e commerce : and the intercourse resulting from this exchange, this liartcr, tbia trade, vrill and must soften and civilise Hie more barbarous of the two parties carrying it on; and will by deyrees introdoce letters, and in tbe end the Christian reli^iua. Civilisation aiay for some time be confined to the territorv colonised ; but commerce will begin immediately to elt.-nd by little and little mio the interior. The convenience of a mart being unre establiahad, and the certainty af European articles being always lo be found there, would induce the mterior traders to coiue, instead of annually, whenever they bad commodities to sell, which wooM keep up, except in the rains, a roostHot communication with tbe interior. This consUnt communication would tend to civilisa all those people through whose territories it was carried on ; and this increased civihaation woold produce additional security, which would tcad alao to augmeut that communication."-Thcsa , predictions, publiahed nineteen years ago, nre now every one of them literally accompliabed at Sierra Leone ; nnd, what is most remarkable, by the agency (excluding miliUiyj of titUe ntoM than a hundred resident white persons ! The following are extracts from these papers : - " Freetown, Satunlay, Jan. 31,1824. " Among tbe naaoy subjectj of coagraiutatitMi We linve t� offer to those wbo feel interested in the daily i;icreH8ing prosperity of this riaing aettlement, we may notice tlie arrival of a large ship for a cargo of timber from the port of DnbAn. '/liia is another convincing proof tbat the value of tUis Hrticlo is bc-couii g more generally known. Since our last statement, two large ships for cargoes of the same kind have arrived, and more are daily expected. The only fear expressed by the trucfers is, that they shall not be able to load them fast waougli. We have long ogosii�ted onr canviction that the imuieu.se reioiircus of tbia colony were notsitfltnently known, uad every hour provesCbe truth of oiir odaertioo. " We have much p'eafipw'in drawing the altenlian of onr readers lo an advertisement, at the end of our (lapi-r, relative td esUbiiahiug a prayer-book society in the colony, and sincerely hope thai this suggestion will be readily met hy tbe wcH-wisbera of the CO oui.Hts. Am ng those wbo have observed the want of this inestiiiiahle work 10 the rillage chilrches certain support may be expected ; and from the enlightened liberrtlity that has hitherto been witnessed for the promotion ofChrisliau morality, we have no doubt of its sueeess. " By tbe brig Frances Ann, from Leeward, which fell in wit* his Majesty's brig Swinger at sea, we learn tbat Belzoni had landed in tbe Bight of Benin, where be experienced a slight attack of fever; but^eling himself pertectly recovered in a few days, be started upon his enterprise with every hope of ultiaMte success. If we were inclined to indulge in the gift of prophecy, we should speak very tavourably of his undertaking. This enterprising traveller ceitaioly pos: aad when bia master said " Well, Dick, how are you to .d^ }"~ ** A great deal biilifer, thank you, master," was tbe reply, to tbe astonishment of Mr. Hoarej wbo actually staggered at the pilra-cle. The poor man, we uaderetaod, continues in good health.   

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