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   British And Indian Observer (Newspaper) - May 30, 1824, London, Middlesex                                Ob the Pint of Jnur will hi Puhh hed, ^DBJKA, ft Tale from th� Fret.c*.   Pr nled for Jaine^ 3g^^flU�y.H� Company with Lof.i BYHON, tr.,, "lL�"ii^iilMli. 1 EllL'"'..... ^ Titrl;oy_rrv K^^je.^f^" ^ ^ board ha,2 Yol8. 4to, Second Ed Iron, 51.5^. 'ecojwiinc ufe a avid Jordan, Esq.     H. I'redtf^cTSttf^batMm, Es<{ Capt.G in Knowle*. E�q. F.R.S. f John gurgcon *^Mw 1^ aid rtff f ^ ' . ' thpi^eeHOtdersare TO�id oft", and fhflKrHfoFttUhe eniirr ProRts/ attcHtions W their Pblitie*, with Intt5*�^(fcereon mrtckictiffii >f tt;C J>rcr�iiMB. difttf^ rfnirdy a^aiDflt (be Fond itself. ' On lie baiW of rwTv JPoliry for iJw wftole Term of Life is h . S<     "f its true valuc'frorn year to yaar, �t fvhirji aric^ tdR :�o: ieiv e I in Trades �r OciupHtiuAs *�i>i''i Hi>uld �Qbjcrt them to rejection, or an unreriaiii rale of PrLuiiuin at oilii r Offices. CAPITAL �%\lim. TtiU Itililution will npt require th: aid of an .-^ct of Ptu-ittritefil t� mm/ lli provlsium into ejfct, by reasnn that thr 'Vivttee^, who kani tlu arjual cu^od.i uf tkf Fumh, mill the A-iiui-td an imtncdiale reitudy tvcry Ho'ii .j; so n A\v. �;*ar.io��r are nio�t iinprojierlj ^ mitritu,! vit'i Hkh" oi*/fr.*a(erand ill unde;si od Jiaaanl. This syfctem o^i^fai^s moiBt ihJHriously to thcne who **iih to Ftirci.,'!! CiiniHei, �f tolw fce��M�r ond.-r Disca*'^ not ten I-iijj raaiei i-illy to s'lorten lifr, an (Im Vlaiu< �rve Pr�n>wn�Mi mteli canes, J^kvitf i^�y (ii�y-4Mi> ia JUMice (w. Uw .Mieci AAStued, ot on tfte si I  of CiiulioJi. . -PfrnAiis num ti� Ro abroad, apply to a wftrlety of ()n^c ut thu eerUtint) wf obtatiiine it at a ly. Tiie WrfecioTs pi^rnii ihcir fe;tpi to e�aj?i;erate the dangers of an 4Ahea(4h / ctiniiit-, u.i.il I u-y atmu�t orinR f4wi��.'lvp� M lielu-ve 4hat iinia 'di.itt* il -aih a>va'Ui i:iwio vi'iiiure wiiliin i�i iuiiit-knce. Th  Pic),)0 4er is roin quently eith^T rej.-ctrj as uiiia-MrabW, or avccpii'd as aj> object of com|>a*h�n, .ft a prein+mn 0 greatl) i-vcusdivc, a> to leave ao quciitiau iut to Uit uix.i -*ure b> r.-fiiriii;{ U> their friends to satisfy o le Uoa^d of I>irei'-ivn, th-y may be rejected as altojjether ini-li^ihlc in lUat Insti-Uttliia, a'ld driven tu ntalce aitniiar rx^iomirei to anoilter Board 'if Directors on tlie chance o*' ac s lOJ per cent. The JlOsOVIiC Life Asstira.ice .Society v��i finnhUshe.l for the purp;)-u  cia-tiou for yoii,i.j .lid iniddlu-A;�d Liv �� ore loiveriUa i tlio^e ot" an \ otherhistitiiiioii, so ll�e Society i* fo med on priiui|)les not ad'-ViUliog uf any i i:ik� wlikh laiaht iu the slightCiil dr|^ee break i.i upon lee security, or check toe piutitsof tiie iinwediate ot^ect* �*f It8d�s-r. The l>irei-ti>n� of t^ie ASYLUM, composed ia part of tV-ECO.SCVMU Directors, have cwHected wKhcrent care and e\-penie, materials loracMirato calculations for insuring ('\olu.,ivel > U)�-i*ive.s of i*ur!ri>oii goin.  rejecliint in the ECONOAIU , and tu reunion or an uncertain rate of Premium in ot.MHr ijiiititwiious. Thus, the A.S \LU .U aft'ords ta the afflicti'd and traveliJuj pan f Mie community, a certahtti/ of Afsuranve i� t'l a resp-.'.ta.ile Hropietnr) (.'(Mnpaa/, at rabts of PraniHin watKUrm � ith tke ri^ks propose,!, without mixiag up such AssuratKcs with titose �-p:WHUd�>\ select U�pk. The two inttitutions are perfectly distiHOl from nek othrr in priuqiple, ill Capital, aud in ProprieUiry. about to depuft for Foreign C'HmafPs, hy stating par-tknlarsat llie Company's Odice, will be insiantly inrarinrri of '"^tlw Premium to be paid, which will be apporiioaed not oiW) ',v�#tfli�fert>nce to tlw general hoaltiiiness ot ttie climate, but t.i f .U^irpafticutor service uu^^odod. FoiT instance, tb� civil, military, { JIdjnaritime services in tlic diSurent Piesidenriei iu the liast ; V.HiMh. will l)e charjfedirt dtffereiK ratrs of Premium. ';' ^ 9*^1'' for transaciinjj Busine^, will speedily be opened in ' t^J)eig))bonriiood of tbJ Rotal Kxchangr. In'ttje nieau time . .'AimiiiMion may be otttaiiied � th " > IJridge-street, Black friar*. HOUSE OF LORDS-Moin>AY. Ear\ KINGSTQN priewnUid devcn petitions fron free* na.soi.H in the ceiimtietrof Cavno ahd Momqctum, Ui Ireland, pniy-iTif? to he exctnpted fftnn tiit openation of the act (�'r preventing ! la meetinfjs of secret itoflmtes.-Lai-Ptm the faWe. Mr. Mason presented tfae anoua} arcouat of tbe re^enne of the i'HSt Inriiii company.-Laid on tlie table. Mr, Sipai^AVorrUe'.v and otbera from tlie Commons brought up several pigvale t^�, which were read a first time. Rarl Ifiagslosi intirefl Tor retnms of tfaeawnf ol)taine�l by tinhlic irr�ntH or private dopatiuns for tlie^eotlainBenl* of schools Hii Ireland.-fJrdered. ' - The Earl of LI VRRPGOl rote to lay on their lordshypfi* Uble several bills for tbe restoratioa of bpnours t) fa>tii)ies �*li'>cb had been attainted, fii doing this it would i-nly be necessary f�r bim to saj' a few wOnls npon tbe enbject. Wl^ bisSfti-' iesiy hed bevn pfradoi��ly pleasied two yearaamHo tvAt Scotlaml, tbe fim visltpiud to that eonntry by any KFvVp^gn nf M� triows. honite^ �� since the ifore eompiyii^with their >niyrr, mneb conitideration-w�� iv^aired, and it wi>�. only now that be j��iiM<) to lay tti�-M lyiHs b�Em the tionse. "tttej formed an eMrep&m (o the jarneral ronreo of parlaMBeDtory for tkey orijriiMtod'witfa the crown and cnme dol(j^*)i'coii^^B Taking care to remind, for six or nSw i^0th.s,jft*ii3ideyt debt, rs who put their creditors to Hp ahn^^^irri^penot. has (aught not a few nefarions s�befnen^^^jPatsiatleiiLl;�teA' from their biwilM^ mfilli'^ppifix or se^^ woijldbhve been t(i|''^|�}icy."   ft, taaate debtor 'Ao�^be4iktu relieved!*^ Ufi&y coha by mfiMUCjrf^A false plea i� Cained tTirhe iti^�i^^ds that ^oiiig * a bagatelle a� beliigtliiilfposed. Mr. Kennedy taSifiBd that U�e �>. be i*ecefVed.   The report was aceofi Lord Binning niomd tlwit the bi4| The house div dedi-Ayes S-i The amendments In (he biU ed to be read a third time on Mr. Hnnreohtained'teave tire com:ntttee oh artlia|�. The (5rst hill, that for *9^s>i^t>? brtag^.u. ill and read a lltst tiuie.- to-iuorro�r.-Adjourned HOUSK OF LimO^^TtSSniX Petltims wvte presented from the silk HtDdd, the eomlilnJflion laws ; froSTthe freeinasoofbf \> 6w�nl, and other (>Iaces in Ireland, prayif':^ tt^se rt?Me>e(I fjDin the f>}�.i ratiir^ .!(� the aci that prevents tliC mee'iti^' of secret societies ;� froa i!ie s:-pnr;Uists resident in Limerick, Eani.s, and Coik, in Irel.ind, [ir.'viiiLT to i>e relieved from tie necessity of taking l),lt^s.-L.iid  n ihe fable. f^Tii .M'.;! iri), Mr  Hrog-len, sail others frmi: fbe Cutmrcns broiiirii: i.p rli- f:r)iintv ci.Jiirts' bill, t!ie Irisli tr^ii-s'tr of  ri-fK'i: Irilfs, wli'cii were read a fmst time. ia brili-rt.i .-;ecii:e tli- public a^^nhjst .spe:-a!ittiveHttem''ts to form ;<)Mi]i:i:r'o:i wii'i rioiiiinal ca[iit;.b, tlie imiI  Wi> cuu-, 'j^rtt rjtperienfe th^ou^^out the naty, and in all tiic camps and ^ MTtMOBinthe world, lias pr4�ve�l t� �e tin* ou4y actnal aandote, I qf�;ld'�t Uaunuy's LlaboratoiV, No. ft, Urr�er�s-uMiws, f *ifr$tf*'4treet,Oxford-street, London j price 9s. and lis. per bottle, ' lHQ�>f�lU dircciiotM, proporly packed Tor ex^ui-tation, aud wiit iieepfdr ever, itj all cJiuuUes. *bb TE9�Or TA.STfiJ    OH, TffE  SMCtJOT-TSG GEEIiG. * TW.9 vrssals at Leith l^ly came into poi+t' 4nil tluU no ijtdu)((ence of Ta^e iihu�ld be laektr.g, .Ori(tw,iu.'-aud iitenlal, thr gross and fine sort. One s.rip bKMj^bt fkt ^iHJse, andthb other Je 'Cf liiese geese, dveuuKuice^vre to U-y.  ItH^eoijus tnough, as you II heat bye and bye, Tiii' cav.^o of geese, ready truss'd to your mlud, Afld NVarren's fiae Jettokti Agent's coasi^n^d, Cfeaiod a hot, which sliort time was to teU, Tli� g�!se or the blacking wliich quickest would sell. The Custom-house Boatmen the gfese when they saw, Uifckird they iwrc foiv*s.of sdrf^wiBj^a/a/,-io luretue-rara relaiive t> tlie l.itc Mr. Smitli; from Uitf merchanU and other respectable inlwMtants of LiverjKJol, fro^ {'etLMburoiigli and another place, prsvin^ tliv emanci|�tition of :iei{ei>�s; froui 111 individual uaiued l""it7.i{erald, praying campeaaatiou for lo-e ni a liimdrod in the county of Lincoln, apaiiist tlie imporiatiou of foreiim wooU from the ma--is'.rntes of Nortliallcrton, against the clause in the gaul bill re-tntinsT to the tread-whed -Laid oo the table. Mr. DF.iN M\V moved for retiirn.'s of the names of all persons convicted of mi-vleuieanoars lve.''oro the Com t of Kini^'s Bench, in tiie years 1821, 18J2, and H_'J ; a ith a st-iteuirnt of those wlio suffered j'iid;{meat U) go by def.iult, tb.i.-e who iile.ided guilty, aiid iho�e who were convicted ou the veniict of a Jury; specifyioif the nature of the offences, the places wlK're oounriit-U'd, Hud vvlu're seuleoce was passed.--OrdereiL Petitions were presented frojn the iotiabitunts of sc^Trnl pari.shes In Oxfwtlsliire io favour of the beer biU ; fomiheli-.eensed victuallers of Sudbury against tbe beer bill ; f.-om Ross, in favour of the county courts bill ; from three parishes iu Ireland comidainiog of pluralities in the church ; froiu the flesuers i/f the Bur^'h of .\nnan in favour oftiichids and skins bill; from the Fresbytery of Annan against the hill now in the house reiatiag to the provision for the poor of Scotland ; from Maid stone, ag.'.iast the beer bill ; from the brewers of Kent on the .vime subject; from Royston, praying th.nt the bouse would I.ike into consideration the case of Mr. Smith; from several persons engaged in Sco'cb salmon fi.s^ler^, against tlie bill relating to that fishery ; from Barnstaple, iu favour of M'r. Smith'.s case ; from Ayr against tbe Scotch poor bill.-Ordered to lie on the table Mr. W. Horlon iiKjred for several returns relating to tlie house U."t. The Cliancdlor of the Exchequer moved the order of the d�y i for considering the report on the beer bill.   T!�e bill was r?-committed; and on the motion for the house going into the committee, Mr. Maberly moved as au a nciidiaeiit, that tbe bill be recommitted that day six months. The CHANCELLOR of tlie EXCHSaUER said thai This ; A SaHlHttg p9t of P^te is eqaS : 1*e��fLiimi  A�k for WARREN'S ijlaclung. Brilliant BLACKING, Pr pared hy WARJHW, 90, Stra�d, London*; 5�irn ia the Ku^dowf Liftiid, W hottles&l. ..^eh.   Also Piste Blacking in "pots 6d. lidj ;t; that all bills for ina)r;>or:itiiii; a cimpauy or for gr.irliiiir new privileges to o:i.' af.eidv iiu'orpor.ite.l, siioiilif, after ilie (ir-.t reaiiiaL"-, be reii-rre I ii� a Select Coui-mi'tec, an i b':(Vi!.l not be nil,iwed to he rei.J a .seeoad lliiif, iiiile;,ii th.;t  li debts and cipii,,! hid ! eea p.iid up tiy indivnt.i ils and profirietors, am: lliHt tiie rtuioirit was in ihe bauds of tlie persons eutrusied by the iov-hI (turtei with the manii^'C aient ofthe atNirs of tlie coni[):iiiy." I his reg'iiHtion would proi e highly beueliciul both to the puiiiic audt-)jo;nl .Moct. couipaiiies thcinsetves. For whilst it would ^'oe am|We seciiiify 'o the one, it would insure tlie efficiency and iidd to tiie respectability of th- u;li*is, and rcnJe, iheni worihy uf nu'im.tcd contidencc. h appears by tbe snswerof tlie Eiirl of Liverpool to a motion made by il'e .>i�niuis of La4*!.).ve, for an arcoiiut of the o�tli; taken by prr.'^ons sciving in ih.- excisi-, under the 12ili mid I5tii of Charie.. the .Second, and for any ii,s;riictions issued op.)'! the subject sinfe the yciir Veil, that since Uie cniisoiiilatioii of the Irish an ,uila ,le lo.vu company bill.- Ordered to lie on the laole. Mr. WaiTBTtEAD pc tne effect froui veixi pawuliroiv^-is of MirtiLlem-x-Ordered to We on the table. On a iiioLioii ilwt the potiti.>tier� s lould b.: heard Uy coii.-v>el against the h 11. Sir JAMii.-' GUAH.A.M o])p()u-d Ihe motion, on the ground ih-it . ouuvl for and Hgain^t tlx: bill had bee.i fuliy licurd in the commiuee. Sir F. UURUETT supporlcd Ihe motion, olMHsrvHig^ that his opinion wa� generaJlv u.ilavixirahle t  iiiCor|>oraieil conipa nies. The compaov allude.) to by tiiis pelitioa prelcntled also \�j benevolent feelin>;s, th 'ii,'h unny of it* meinom's had Mtid then sluwus at a preniiiiiii, makiirg soai'e siibsianttai gain fruai t^uir benevolence.- .-V l-msh./ The moUon vva* tlwn agreed to. Sir F. BLRDtirr prev:Qted a pelick of two other papers, at an expense of 30001.   This paper he ctmductud .so mneh to the satitfai tion of the English in India, that in a short time the property of i' was worth 40,0001., and it piwluctd him the yearly income Of 80�)01.   Tbe papsr had been recoguiied by various ac�s of the govermnent of India, one of which was the payment of considerable sums on the score of postage for the cirnrlation of it tlironghout India.   .M the pcri.ui of its establiah-taenl there wag no such (bing as a cens irsbip o� the press of India, the marquis of rtastin-cs having abolinliofl the exisimKreslrielions. HM-re was one llnng the boo. memlior ohservitl, \vhtclnBi{fbe be stated i|i i�vo>ir ef Mr. Buckingham ; this wae, tlnvt il�irjfl)j-tlie whole pliHed     hks Iwing editor of the CaicaUa Jifrrtt't^ he was g aC"cji-od the sit-ia.iou. Vcl it was Cm-censuring this appoiutmeat th.it Vtr. WMikiupliHin h.^l biiim ruined. He ha nlroul,.a.-id to the Iv.sl India Coiiijiany for a iiceiise. i'his he \vas refused, lie .tU*a co'iimeiued lo^'.il profvedi:i-s agH.iist Mr. .\.hini-> ; but such was the taniines.'. of his silieitors in Ifidi*, and so great the reigu of tenor wiiere Mr. Aiinspic-.^i led, tlut We was ohlisfuu to aliaiidori llie suit. It uii;.'ht iiave been cxpec.'.''l that .Mr. Aila-us ivould have been satiated with tlie ruin of .Mr. Dncki.ighau), but it was not so-he purMied liis hostility to tlie la.st rciiinaai of his p-operty. Upon (piittiiig the country Mr. H. hiuj made o�-er Wru paper 10 an iiidividii.il horn there, and v�lio, therernre, was noi ret^iired to tniv  a licen.'c to reni.iin. To meet ihb diffiruliv, Mr. .Adams unde a sweeping regulation that all should have liceucvs. By one .strolve ofthe pen lie had reversed ail tliat the JIarijuls of IJa.st-i.iLTS had esla!uidie.r a'as he alloweil to have any mercantile inten'our.se xviib the oiintry. This wi\y the sLite of things vU^)$ LorJ -^uherst j arrived ; since whicM, the .same process of lycanity^pid h-en ' carried on to its conclusion.   Mr. Buckingham s siiccessfir (\Ir. �\riioldj  was im irisoncd :  but obtained his relea^' by Halirns ' (iiTjiu-i, wnen the court decidual upon tbtJ iiD{Uiuenl.s of his ; Cdiiiisrl, that he cou.d not legally  e imprisone(U   The use he ] iiiailc of his freedom was, to take reiuge ia a forijiga seitle-! ineut.   There iie was followed, seized by a ludiUry forct.', and i put on board of sbi|) to  lie sent home.   Such viw the spirit ol this prureeriing tlial be wits ooahie^lo uhtaiu leavti to take his passaijT taiim�^hvr Ve�**?lf,  nThit-U be wan ^llooe-a^*tw^^�*^�r ia or.ii'r U) avoi.l the unheattiiy settlumcnt of BeiKWolea, by which the sli'ii, in which he was fo.fceil to cmlmrk, was ti> i>rofccd.- The nest    t of arbllr.iry government w.is directCii iigaiiist the work of Col. LcK ester Stanhope, who, he was proud to s.iy, w.i� ;;loriou->lv e,ii:;e,'ed in the cauBe of Greece.   His work was ited merely lo r.-cord tlie .speeebes of the judges.   Lorl ilevi .Anilierst ha>l the ji-t.ftid exaetiv \vi;nt hid liceii done.   Wheu lord Hastings weut U liidin, he hjiiiul regulations in force ivhieli had been framed Ij^ Innl Wellesley, who, in his jndgm-irt, was no great enemy to liu; pn-ss in the rvbstrarl, and wh.) hid iu many insl.iucCs been found the friend and p.itron of l.terature.   i'he.se were as follow : - " Every priutf r to put ids Dame at tbe bottom of encii IK'WI-paper he pnbli'sl.cd. " r.verv editor and proprietor of a newspaper to give is hit n line .iiul place of abode. " Ni) new-naper wliafcver to be published on a Suad.iy. " No paper to be published at aU nil inspccicdby I'.ie goVeruor-;;cneral, or bv some one for hi.11." ' The penalty of breaking any ol these rcgulotious, iaiinedjate emb vrlwilion for Furope." fiio^e res'rictions Lord Hastings cerOiiiily alwlislicd, and tlron llie idea was thai the Presi bixauie " frcii as air," and wae ri*-1 lievcd from all re.itraiul.    Such w..s not th� case, but other ' ehecl.s were devuscl, wliirU be wjulil now repeat.   Tbe restrictions of Lord Hastiii;:* wi-re these -First, " liditors of New*-pajiers were prohibited fro.ii   [inhrisUiiig any liirng under �l:e heads of animadversions on tiie ppoeeiilini{s of ihe bonourahle C.iurl of Directors, or of any iiUier public body connected wiihi the government of India-DiMpiisitions on live pimiical or local administration, or offensive remarks on the conjiuil of Memhers ol the Council-l!ie .Indies of the Sipreuw Coarti, or the RiglU Reverrnir RiSflop of CalViltta.  (A langh.)   Secrmdiy, tliey w^re proiji died from piiblLshing any tiii.ig ealuilaled to create nlann or siispiiijii among liie natives, tiiac government had it iu caii� tem|ila!ion in any w.iy t.) interfere �viih tliejr rei/gion.   Thirdly, they were restrained iroui leprinliiiif from KokImIi uewspaprrn Hrticle.s tli.it came nijoer any of the above he iiisi and fourthly, tliev were |)roiiibited from ^iviUj,' piibliei'y to private scandal Or reiii.irks on indlvuluals tendin;.; to cre.ite ilis.^eul!oiis in saiely." (.\ laiii;h.,' These ivere the re,L'iil itioi.s of Lord Hastings,    tjs was not ilefeuiling or iucnip.iting llii-iii, Im: 'hey were iioCe.x lOliy i whrit thcv niij;hl snp;'ose wlio reprc.'-eir.ed Ihut nobU; lo.d lo h.u'e 111 iilc ihe press " free ns air," an;i Co U.ive encouriged free Had iin'-i.itroulen dei) te i|.r.>iiiri that a f-ee jire-s ;ii;^'..l iroiiifli.uK ln,l ' U do ;,'ood 111 Ire, i.u When ii was ur^aa i, he siiouM certainly b� u-cjS re>;Lilated bv Lord llust- in-nexl lie of Arnoti, he derijig Uie report of the g^iu": J��-8 a*uendmeat 1.U1 la Monday �*Mr. LAM ETON' rose, pursuant to aoliec, to prcsettt a d For the bill 99 ; for the amendment 32 ; \ netW. fwxiu Mr. Buckiugha�i, late proprietor and e4litor ot the of the bil 67 Calc^ta J.umal, relaliog to a senes of nets of grievance oa the of the bin t,7. ~�tol the IrvdinpGovemmeat.   These deta.l, axre connected ^ wUh another sul4ea.of high ioiportaacc, the liberty of the press; which vas no wh�re more reqtrisite than in la�a,'where the happiness of so manv millions dependcl upon their being rescned dinger "of"d";mg"Vhis' was^siro^sirP^"^^ hoise by | Um igaorance, "irUkh >ea. slavery.   He sho�Jd,J�>�,v-er, he begi^ed the bouse to mret il with " ay^;" or " uo." He felt confident as to the result, particularly as the bill proposed measures wiiich would contribute to the cotutort of ihe poorer ohi.ises. The house divided. Majority in favour Tiie bouse then went into a committee on the report. 'Hie counlv cotirls hill was reiul a tlijrd time and passed. We hope this lueasnre, the object of which is to facilitate the re-coverj'of small debts, will prore effectual.   The difficulty and vvhllKl his oe.u means were made subservient lo tlie propagation i of princijiles which he .abhorred, and lo oppose wiiu'b he liaose any peailiar restrictions on EnKfislimea ifo-log thither, ivaa a poiol uot now to be debated.   Il mi-bt with propriety he considered, when the question how fur it would be proper to put ulie Constitution of India on a new footinif n/tcr ilic expiration of tlie present charter of Uie Ea*t kuHa Coiiipnny, eamj Itefore I' iace to ualiuiitcd frttslora, or wiieLavr Uie n'-rtric-tion* heretofore deemed necessary slinuld be iraintainec in tiieir presi-.ni vigour, or ujodillvd tu io�^ the alteredcircumshtiKes of the times.   But th.jse who were in 'lie administralioa of India at present had a right ta. have their vundiicL ju+j-eil by exiitiiiy l�ivs, and it was aot lair to them t" consider titeir coiKlurt was faiiUy, bee^oae the tysteur 00 whieh they were bound in act wan V. rong. ^ The craiducx rtl thosii individnaU must necessai ily be faulty W)4Ji those who ideali&ed theoi with the syvUip wfiicb tbey disapproved, because it was coaformable to tiie laws which the authorities in Iivlia were bauud to observe,   line wlio wah Ut hlaine, fur ibis, if bli^ne niu�t fall iHuriewlien; }   N'tihe individuals DOW ia the ndanoisfraUon of India,-not the ii(��t India Company,-nk'Ur the-in te rests of Brilifctt eb^eOs, asd v^viht-r or iv^tvaftrethe }�erit>rf to .which h&had alhleh^, il oujfit tj cuutinje.   He aliouki Jben be er the ciun'jfs .1 pereuiji'.oi v hoij'it ,1 incline I to s.iv " 1^1. e me i� iiu;s, and tiiere r.ui he no'.lnn:; lo feir from iUs eiCi'8-.ive iicvaso-" [\ |.-iUf:!i.;' It iv.is necessary that iM'se tiinu.h should be know?;-, lie mated ihciu at a gie.il s.,erilicc of reputuljon wi.h-thoje wia^ iMd included liiui ill Ihe p.i..r,iyric beS'owed oa hud WH.Liag... He 11 nvever wished it to be fuily uiideritood, ih .1 I he ja which had cuuie before him iva.- iiicrely tins-w.i, belli-already made, it w.IS n.'ees-.ry to m'ho o.h .iril.r to rescind the new re^dnt on>.   He ei-rt.dnly tlioin-ul >'. n.'t worlh while to do s:) ti 1 tliey had Lad a lurtlier tri.il, nail iney were f.).111.1 lo succeed, Iheu teiLunly ue sa.juid iioi li.iw advibed re.i.iiK.'iug tlieiu at all.     ii^: u,- did iioC reai.iin li.f., euoiiu'h iu ofi. c to know whcCiier tnev :,iie^-,a;iie J or 11..t, aCU theref^ire could not say what course he nii l,t ultioialeiv have pursue!.    Wliat he did do w.is lo n.i; aive the Jraii, uf a nr'.' order on the siihject, w'.iii.l. had been sent to the iio.ird ot Co:-troul hy the Directors ofthe K.isi lu lia Co:;j! t, lo state ihfs.; huls.    When ihc case wui b Im* coiisidcre I to he pending' beLvcun .Mr. iliK-kii^liafU an.l Mr. .Idaiiii siioolii be decided (when liial would be ije could noi luy; he would .id 111', the lUmo^t alteriti.iu .'U^i.l to be given lo joir^ of the siihj.-cti n hirh h;uJ now been loutLied up,)o. He, h M^e^er, would n.Jl coiiseiu to diaciiss il on abstrocl pri.iripU's, and wUU rit'ereiice to tlie happy and enbglitcutul sute of society la til;.s couiury, but praclica.'ly. and witij referc/)ce lo a bUte of soci*t3r. not only ditfereat, but oppo.site, wner.- ine uiiiraiu.-d uirtuiisrs t/i '.he natives ha.1 o.-.ly f;iveu way to the re.str�,iots oi a �iici.ei*�co of i onquerors.   WTbatever Mr. Ad.ous bid dime ini'Jer ibe la.� ui India, his conduct must be jud.:ed hy th i: lau' and u.it by tiioae superior laws ajiich Eneluad enjoye I, however we mi^t viusU that the liberal principles oc whu b they were lipfiaded hudu.'j. wheo prncticabfe, be extended to every pluc;: where our auliij-rity WHS a'knowiedged.   Wilh Mr. A''jua.s iie liaii no aecpiaiav-luue, but t woald be injustice not t.) say ihul h^i \ti.i a iiiaa wiao iwd raise 1 himself by the most uadoubud UKiit, ucknowle-d^ial not merely by one favourin,' supirior, but by lysufetssioa ol distinguished individuals who bad wituesjtd his exertions,   iju hi,iiSidf could truly say that in siiuatiuns of ain^'ular cblHcaUy Mr. -Adams bid iu a gr^at de^re/ di.iui^'uisbed bim>eU by tba iu,inline unAl which Fai-liamenl had apjiointed to take cogaizauv e oJ ."iueh misdeeds; aXi4 if he were guilty, God forbid tha. he should oot he pun:i>bied; hut he thougbl it would ;>e most iuiproper for that bouse to tt^^p 01 and prejudge the queslion lo be Ined iu aui/ther pl�c�. � >l)jected to enter iipOn ihc ciue there, wlierc Ihu sysVeta w�*)d b:; confounded with the coadaci of the ludiviiujal.    The p#^ty accused ou-bl not U) be ceuaiired lor the uiliqin'Sierjiig ol � ia. r which was disappioved, and exereijia^' u^^lcr Uia\ ltn� a ppKCwr it was now their opiniou ougnt to be rcDtrainnd.   There, thv suhiects of consideration could not be separaUd, ai lUisy w^idsi be m a court of justice, bu', iiiccuse of ib e neceo^aiy 10 reg.^fc�i# our intercourse with the Indian empire, wiUi a vjew K> lyip^y those priiicijileb which were aiiiedupoa here SO f.ix as LheyahMoill ,e snitidde to tiie progress oi weuiib "nil tiriiiiai Joo ia lUuse m- Mr. L.V.\:;}TON'replic.l, and the Fetiuon wa> ur*hi*4Jd to U� iriuted. ' isir J>n.\' .NC'M O.Tf ia.,ved L-v tbe .ipp4;Lvmt�ia of a*i.*^ Couiniitte.- lo iiiquiec iiilo die ^.�lljcct iW Fii.il I'ruili m IruiaiMi 'i'.ie ino.ion v^..r> rej.-cl-ji o.� a aiviijuo hy a laajvbT.ly uf fad i> ;i. Mr. S. VV't )�1TLI:Y piovod for have to brinj ic 4 glU    vs^^t Irtie .-vijHTaumuiiiou Atlowatu-es.- l.euvp ^ve*j. Tiie Wo '1 K\;.urta'.iou I'.ill i.as read ,1 ihird lima a:*J p.-U8ed. Adjourned,   

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