British And Indian Observer, June 27, 1824

British And Indian Observer

June 27, 1824

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British And Indian Observer (Newspaper) - June 27, 1824, London, Middlesex T or Fatntiv U tfeairoui pply (if by letter post p�d)'8t vie liar of the aeneaSieta ^Joffee-house, or to Caprain OivU, Newly-ptece, Pfiiri>iB|seiM!er^, and carries a Surgeon. For Frejibt ar.Pa^|{{^�^piy to the Oommaiidv^at the Jem-saiem CoflVw-liaasej jEo4ery 8aU' For Fr^i/^t or Passage apply to.Captain kolUiv; kt Ae Jenuatem C�iree House; or to Anstice and TMnthUl,^Xt Lime Street, near the East Indite flouM^ For Passage OBly-and -iifjtfi 9dl in a few day�. ^ . the teak shift ELIZA. - .y- . jfc-"-,;. Service). Lyii)g.Jn t!^^ West LodiaEzport Dock, iimehoute. Hassuperior 4>iuTaou% re-elected Cbamherlain. The Bridge Mjtt�pr� wereialso re-dectcd. On the refam of the Lofd Major and Aldermen, the Re-cordef Itat^lhat ihey Um 4:pofiitar the eatuio^ year. The new Sh�f|i& retutned tbaat^^tt|t4.dM�rrleboae new street biU, and tvnM pr)|a|e. bTl^ Sewalpetitiov' --Kent, pi!�]rtBS^t! were presentefl by I Torrington.-Laid ( Bar! GROSVB on ilie part of hib abolition of slavery, tbeir Lonlsfaips oeii The Eorl oiiiMood) Scotch distil lericabilL^^oti^hetablK ^ ^ , Lord lii$)@ykN0, in moviilg .^c ihirdf i�adu^ of the ......' fi^rcise hi* fuiicisuas, said 80 ^e^ly exf^ressed '; inbim tb delay ated^-lbat in paaning to a tnott worthy iodi--at wbeo it intul prove Pi#woi7 remisnets carrj^ tbeffradiMd cair .^/attention of re on the subject, tttjfl pfttidolk fnuu the cooaty bill to luttborii^the garl M^nhai that a(ter tbeiebse' of the hous* in favonr of tlw nea^nre, it droiild. their Lordships. He ihereJbri: � the bill ibcy were doing an act of n^ual, .^^ero dohi^ it at tti(^ most BCct^plaUis. Tli� aaattio� was then pot VOTES FOR MIDDLESEX. VAMIABLE FREEHOLD l*aili>-HOUSE, Seven iMvale I>wfrIling-HdfiKs,'a Dwetlibg-Hottse and Shop, and Tv\ o Teautaents. At GarrtiX�r�y*� Coire&-bouse, 'Change AUey, Conftltl, on Wed-iieMdajr, the SOth Jljoe, 1821, at 19 o clock, in lots. A Valuable FREEnO 1,1) ESTATE, comprising a brick-built PubllcJMWse and Premises, known by the sign of the " Four Alls," and seven Private OMelling-Houses, and a Dwelling-Ilouse and Shop, situate and being Nw. 1,2,3. 4, and 10, on the east iJde, and No. 7. on the west side of Abel's Buildings, between Chamber-street, Goodman'infields, and Rosemarjr-lane, in the pari^ of St. Mary, Whitcchapel, in the County of l^lid-dlesex, and two Brick and "nmber Tenements behind the same ; producing* Rental �f^ 176. 148. per annum. To be viewed \j k�ve of the Tenants. Printed Particulars to be had on the premises; of W. Chlsholme, esq. solicitor, 36, Lincoln'84nn.fields t of Mr. Matliews, Red Lion, Chumbcr-stt.; t\ Oarraway's; and of the auctioneer, 143, Minories, where a plan of the estate maybe seen. THB TXST dp TAttEi OU, TUS SMVCOLING CEESIE. Tw* veSBcU at Leith lately c^me into port; And that no indulgooce of Taste should bo lacking, �Of seVuiMf and mtntal, the gro�^ and fine sort, One ship brouifht fat geese, and the ijther Jet lilacking, A cover these geese, dt�ep manoeuvre to try, ingenious enoi|gh,a8 you II hear bye and by*. The caun ofgrese, vendy truiiii'd to your mind. And Warren's fiae Jet'to his Agent's consign d, '.n MoBtegoRay, Jomaii!*, to ^sh for lurfleampog the Kli^.ahft was fallen in with by a felttcca-rigged vessel ^hich sent a hoat on board. It appeared tiiat a dog on ftOard the Endeavour aUtempted to bite the first of the pi-fates who came oh the deck, �tiid that the fellow imtnedi-atelv fciUed the dog; James Whitlaki^, the captain of the Encfeavbur, remonstrated with him for Wing killed his dog; the otlicr said, " I wiUsec\eyoti the same," �Mid instantly stabbed him three times in the breast, and threw him overboard; Whittaker beginning to s^lra, Re levelled ht� modiet-atid-sbot him In the shoulder; fiiidiiip^ tliat ho still continued to swim, he got iu the boat and pulled after him, hauled ht* head upon the gunnel of th6 lioat, and cut hit throat, when he immediately simk. He ibhB raw-ned on baard the Eudeavour,and, with the other pirates, killed aH the crew extept David Smith, who jumped overboard aud�uc(te�ia^ ih getting on shpre. The persons who have Iteenjuited aie Jamw Whittaker, DanieV Gittet, ^mwl Hurldtk,an(laOuracoanegro npmcdJeliti? the toifmCT *reQ. e fear, without naeans of svpnort. T*e �t^ -mljirt^,^ Mr. Bolriiy, togelhW #itli tl&���txjrcai^1h *Porthnity.-�-^ffVmfca p'fl/jer. to unanimously, anit '4Bat^iM*f r , The b^l WHS rea4a diird lime and ^sseJ, TUe Marquis ofiMsdowne mov^di^at tbe report of tbccoin-io'i�eej|Rjthe st^ti! of irelaad be prifl{grdered. -^Wgn^atsesstoasin Wides bill was read a third tiutf after a f�sw observHtions (Mta Lord Cawdor. , if is Lordship then propositi a ancDilmcots, which were negativrd witlioat a division. ^* ^ Ou the question that the blH do pass, the V>usr dirided- Content................k............. 8 NoKontfent.....................____ 3 Mnjority in favour ot flie hill........-5 The bill was then pussed.-Adjoumeer Ossory, in Queen's County, regarding tl�e Irish poor la** ; from Mr. Honeywooosiiion to the bill. (Hear, bear.) He hoped, however, that it would not be supposed that his conduct was involved in any lncousis:ency, if hereafter he should object to �n^- measure that might be introduced for tlie purpose of openiug ibe offices of the st^tte to all Kouiaa Catbolicii. He assented to this bill for Jtlic hwnt reason ar% ItttLBaafnted to the bill nlntivc to tbe Eo^wh Roman CatL�K5**^F!*^ The hill Wds then reail a first and second timtf, and ordered to be cuoHuitted to-morrow. Mr. Secrela y CANNIXQ hoped the uoanhn ty of the bous� iipoH this occaakukJWlMd otlJMSlutuoiifiwl. Sir j. MACKLVTOSU pcasai^ arpetUiotf from Ac Ch.imber of Commerce of Manchester and ^ulford, praying for the reeognition of such of the South Amrriain stiles as bad established their independence. It was most nuuicrously signed, and would h.-:vc been more so had there been more time. Tbe petitioners were natuniily naxluus fur the prowtscd recognitioH. So long ago as January la�, his Majesty's government, in nn official paper, proclaimed to Spain and all &nn>pe, that the rc-coguitino of llie independence of these stutes VMhl not lung t>e delayed. Five Oionths hud since elapsed, but XB||^ rect^uition had not uken place. He wns most anxious to CAllthaatlcalion ot governmciji to the feverish stHl�i of the coiumer^l world upon this poiut. It^ras at the preseut time im|)uMiltle to wty whether the commerce of that country whs to be open to ihe . whole world, or whether the kev wns to be kept by the Holy ton Ihere was very liltlc alteration in price 5 the best sheep, ! Alluincc. Hitherto the British eontmerce ha.1 been jrenerously ewes, &c. fetched 4s. 6d. per stone, but coarse sheep were ' protected in those quarters by Hritistst bill tvould bo one for Ute general reguhi^oa of trurfaiu Qreat BriUin. h'would b^ hv (ha beat consideration, and bad heeabelieved Idma If (horoush'y �c quoioted with its merits, and tbe resolt to which be came was that (the colonial department bad not aocd improperly!. His boo. friend had saUl ha kaesthat when the subject came before the boose again be should have to contend with the African as-* sociation. He (Mr. W. Smitb) bad been a member of that so-cie^ fijr some yeairs, bnt wiw not aware tliat tbe expectation thus expressad was well-founded. If it should be the pteasnre of th� colonial department to vnd Dr- T&orpe out to Sierra Leone again as chief justice, the African association would have ho objection to it. The question was then put and negatived. SirC. FORfiES rose to bring forward the motion of which be bad given notice, respeciiug certain irregularities charged to have occurred in the recorder's court at liombay. He eatexed into a deUiled narralive of these. Tbe ioiport of tliem^ however, appeared to be in defence of the conduct of Sir EM*ard West, the reconfer, who had suspended the Barristers of tbeopartrfor six months. B�moved for several papers relative to the fegulattooj of the ym^ll court at Bombay which were entered into since the ye^ .1729, with rcfard to tlie BaiTisters of tbe said court. .^ai^� BiKojB^ tiie%iiiiedKtegdaiu, o^tff ths - . ------ ^ewaa hifiradooMt by Lo/ds Selsey the cattle could he brought up to the market, and the supply was in consequence a short one, consisting only of 404 beasts, 7,950 sheep, 100 pigs, artd 360 calves. In no de86riplion of meat, however, "was there any alteration, the price of Monday being maintained. The ha^ markets have been looking up, on account of the rain haVing materially injured such grass as has been cut. Go6d hay is 5l. ids. lo 61. lOs. pfcr load, clover 5l. to 6l. 6j. per load, and straw ll. ISs, to 2l. lO^i. per lo^d. COUJtTRY M^RKEl^, Liverpool market has been belter attended, and good wheat has rather improved in demand, la oats very Tittle was done, aud the enquiry for beans aud peas was very limited. Tbe general opinion of the Liverpool factors, however, was tnat grain had sceu its lowest price. At Sherhourne market there has not beeii much to notice; the priie of wheat was 56i. to 66$. with a steady sale. Barley was in some request, at 26s. to S2s., and oats sold 19j. to 30s. In beans the trade was rather heavy at S6s. to 42s. Yeovil market has been tolerably firm, and 56s. to 64*. has been obtained for wheat. The barlev trade had hern looking beHer at 26s. to S2s. for good malting parcehi. W^armioster market was very flat { wheat was quoted 42s. to 64�., with little doing. Barley, however, keep its price at 24s. to 368., and oats were tolerabljr steady at Sis. to SOs. In beans thdre was little doing at 40s. to 50s. per quarter. At Wakefield market there has been a fair supply of wheat, but dot much of other grain. Tbe wheat trade was entirely in a ^te of stagnation, and the best parcehi would not sell under a reduction of 2s. to Ss. per quarter, while inferior was totally unsaleable Sbeliiaf oats were Is. per load lower, but maltii^ barley was scarce and dear. At Salisbury nmrket wheat was sold at 46-.His M|uesty^s slnp Mersey ar rived yesterday from Eio Janeiro) tbo Dutch frigako icame tit lUsofirom the rirer Plate, and there is a RoteUm fr^iHie at GonceptioB. The Mete^or bombi Captain James Seotf, ^ ^tri^rped out of Bam Pool to the Sound, and titfas ejtpettaf td" aedl-,for Algiers on the 23d vaA.-'Pljfmouth Journal. L(M Q, Care'n^b and others from the Commons (rlucnjiid tlie Kkri MarshaTs office bill screed lo. Several other Mils vveru retuniM. ^ . Various acconats and papers were preaM^.Jtcs^the.ofiicill� vere cammiti Adjourned. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Mr. R. Msrtia preseated n petition from Rothersin, in county of yoite> a^inst cruelty to animals. Mr. Denmaa presenteil a petition from Mr. John Qhi: Belfast, contaiwtug chiirges against several oaf the Jud| rrebOKl, and the officers of t!ie Court of Exchequer country. Mr. GOULBURN said he had iuquited into t tlonrr'tt case, andflf aware of any intention to present lh|Mipj.^ tion this night, he would liave lirougbt down inrefragab' that the charges were unfounded. Mr. Secretary Cunning moved, that the hoo.^e at should adjourn to Thursday next. Sir James Mackintosh preseuted a petilion from gaticiis in the south-west of England, connected church of Scotland, praying for such a change of lb laling to the solemnizaiion of marriages among tli afford them relief, while at the same time it accoi spirit and dignity of the Church of England. On tiie motion of Mr. Hurst, a new writ was 01 borougii of Steyning, in the room of Lord Henry ceased. Sir John Newport presented a petition from th^ Commerce of Waterfoid, against the wareho another petition from the parish of Kilmore, A the csublishmeot of poors' rates in Ireland. TL ^d, that, in bis opinion, the establishment o poors' rate in Ireland would extinguish the last 1 ^ that couafry. If it were an evil iu �nj,'lnnd ii t&alea worse in Ireland. Mr. Graltan said, that aext session be �^ard a motion, not for the estiiblisbuu'at of rates, but fur some other mode of pravidin^^^Qiri>aor of Ireland. Lord G. Cavendish moved tbe order of the ^^^^Bl^^^ora- mittee upon the earl marshai's bill. The house resolved iUelf into a cowim'ute in tfae chair ; th* house resumed^ tbe bill wi^^^^^^Hnhvlt third time, and passed. The boa. C. H. Hutchinson wished to koo any objection to printing the evidence lake tee oa tbe Irish lasurreclioa act, as it now sB^Hbthbut 1, t^^a^Tf^^Ty^^'f LonlSKhester. lewMild be affordedJor tbein dli-i..--^.�Mt.fcj.|t.:^.: enssjon. 'llie Subject would be taken op �.riylntlio ensuing ' -session ; the meai��n;s, if carried, would not be hurried ; they would remain open titr coasi*lcration Uie greatee part of the. session, and towards the cIo^e of it lie hoped to see them pass Hrtolaws. (Hear, hear.) He shooM iiow move that the chairman,be lujitnictcd lo bring in a bi;i or bilU on the preseut laws relatiiig to tbe raitonui, nwl emict olltvn iu lieu tbereof. Mr. W. ^Miril Said he had heard ihe statement of the Hun. Ge.itleiiiaa with pxtrcmij' �jliafnc:ion. 'iliere were two points u li.cli lie wikUcjl to be cniui.'.i?rcd-, wiietbor a nimilar course ought not Ui be taken with respect to U�e excise, and a-hetfaer in the memnircs lo be brongtit forward means coulil not be devised for doing without thitl imnieuso numl>er of oaths wliicli in liis jodgrveut 'lid uutiiiug to .secure tlie rcvreiie, ubiK-tliey threw o- purpos*'; wouki be answered. Mr. Bright and Mr. Mabtrly exprcksed their concurrence in ibe plan of ilie Hon. Gentleman. Mr. HEUR1E.S said, with respect to the excise laws, they were in nearly llie same state as liM>se which related to the custom!", it had tjcea iiilended lo Uke a similar course with respect to tliem, and extensive inciniries had taken place iu con-declion with this � ibject. From various cimimsbisces, these, however, were not in so forward a state as couM be wished, bnl in the next session th^; bills would be brought forward, and Ivouhl, he Imd 00 doabt, be advanced tlirongb their several su-ges, pari passu, witli those now to be brought in. He begged to kdd, it had bi-en under coositleration to introduce a cbuso in one of the latter, which Wou'd reader the gretiler part of the oaths now taken iinnecessaty. He agreed with tbe honourable gentleman opposite, thai ^tm&hfaig a fal$>e affinualiun an peijury was punished by the law now in force, might do much to re-haedy the evil. The bouse resumed, the Chairmao reported the resoli4tions tome to by the committee, which was agreed to, aud the bills ordered accordingly. Mr. HERUIES then brought in his biHs, which were severally read a fir^t and secood tiioe, and committed. The blabks liavimj been filled up, the report ot each bill was recrived and ordered to be taken iuto fiu ther consideration ob that day t#o months. Mr. WM. HORTON, with a view to save ihe lime of the house, begged lo ask an Hon. Gentleman opposite, wbo had a motion to make, whether his purpose might not be answered by steting to- him sbti pi^ise object of hie motion (vithout going ic^io itauw. The subject would tbeu be under consideration, hM if neevii^^ th^motiun cotdd be made at the beginning of the next ��MHn,'MUv every ndwalage which tite {[on. Gcntle-m.\n could promise himseljp now. . _______ Sir. HUTCRlNS^N Wished bciefljr t^ttJ#U(JijUHLers. bad complaiued of hardshtps which Aill remaioed unredressed Mr. Oovlborn said, that the evidence wi For n long time be (Mr. liuU*hiir�)ii} had avoided bringing it hers of the committee, before the bouse, froio an impression that he might more effec- Tlie hoo. C. H. Hutchinson gave notice, tuiilly !?ain the complainant relief from the Cuionial Department. He was driv�:a to tbe Unuse by failure elsewhere, and cutilJ assure them Ihat he haJ only Uken up the case in the cOnvittiim 1I14I it was uae of great hardship. He should gratify himself by aiiKlaining from iiieritiooini; the nnnies of indivi-du.-ils whi>.-.e L'lmdiict was called in qiie-tion. He was aware that in the next x-^aum ol ^turhitiaeiU lie sJjoiilJ Iwie to contend with very fonniilaiile interests. He should have to contend with the Hon. Genileinai) and tbe colonial depart-'iient, who were much prejudiced against Dr. Thorim blame, that lie Was immediately appointed by Lord dutlcreagh to the chief justiceship of Sierra Leone. 'I'hougb appointed in 1808, Dr. Tuorpe did nut again leave England till l8l I � He remained t;wo years in .Sierra Leone, when he rcturued on leave to England. While he w.i.-� here, 'JOOl. was stopped from his salary for a debt elaimcd by a Mr. Smith. Dr. Thorpe stated this to have been p;.id in the cclony by the verdict of a Jury. Tbe sum was, Jiowever, stopped, as was, subsequently a further sum claimed as due from L)r. Thorpe to another i^eotieman. A number of cliarjjes were .wnt over here to Dr. 'liiorp^-. He had propose! lo imptire into them on hi* riiturn to the colouy, but was prevented by the colonial department, who he (Mr. Hntciiiiisou] kuew were not atvare of his inientious, from going uul agiiin. Thus detained, he examined tbe charges which hid bee.i sent to him here, and :in tbey were of a grave nature he culleil the attention ot the colonial depart-Inetit to them. After some weeks he received a letter ln>m Mr. Goolbum, eensm-ing' his conduct, and stating that the diarges, if tmc, ought to bare beeu prefl-rred before ; and if false, nnt at alL This letter directed bis lemoval from tbe sitmuion which he bad held. Dr. Thorpe afterwards olfered tu prove notue of the charges, and gave lufbruiatiou where the neteasary witnesses were to Iw founcL Tbe faoiuM: wouhl be surprised to hear that ieVeral of tlu�e bad bad acti""* brought agaiust tliem iu England, and bad been fonnd gui'ly- ^'i"^'" ^''^ �k:cisioa ot Uie co-lobisliBMirQnest Dr. Tborp� ^ appealed to tbe king in coun^ cif*�od^-/*Ai referred to the la i^ officers of tbe crown, tll&e had decided tfaat the stoppage^ made from ULs salary were UJei^l, and aftei' some monlhi tue money thus uke, fr.mi him had been refiinded. Tbe hon- genUemaii described Di. fhorpe to have becBorigiiially recommended to govgniinent by a much reuected and high spirited noaieunui, L.ord Yelrertonj and, after serving in three cotonies, soil riskiag hb life as he had done, he did not thbk that he ought to be dealt with as he had been by the colonial department. " redress were not alforded, he meant U> bring the bul>ject more paaicuWly before the house, aad to call their nttenliou to the cnses into which he had uut gone at present. lie had thus fully given notice of his intention. [Here Mr. Brougham remarked it was the fullest nouee he had ever beard.] His honourable and learned frieud said it � s the fullest notice be had ever heard. (A laugh.) but he c.i :ld remember his having prefaced a noticQ with u small speech some years ago, of more than equal length, ffe h-6ped redress would be afforded, and that it would not be necessary to trouble the house ia this case ayain. He moved that a humble address be preseuted to his majesty, praying that he would be graciously plensed to direct tliata letter written by Mr. Goulnum, Under-Secretary of State, in the vear 1815, explaioing Lord liathurst s reasons lor dismissing Robert Tborue, Esq. Doctor of Laws, from the situation of chief justice "of Sierra Leone, should be laiJ before this bouse. . , Mr. W. nORTO.V said ifc was unnecessary to go into any argument on Ute subJM now. Ue had to sute tUat tlie hon. genUeman bad mentioned nothing of xvhkh he had not beea previously apprized. The subject had been fully brought b.-/oij� them in 1821, by petilioa, in wiiich every thmg connected with tbe case was set forth that coijld enable the h^use to form its opmion. He was bouod in fairuess co any be did not anUcipale that he slionld feel it to Ue hU duty to coasent to the production pf tbe papers which migbt Be called for ia the ensmug se*noa; bottbis impressiou would not pi event him from giving his at-tcotiua to the s^ h jesty's Qovernmeut did not conceive ifttflf prcekid . ^ Ggotioaiaaral, or of any other nature, from recogni�ioint on which the question now sto6dr was the information expected to be receivud from the Commissiuucri sent to Hscertiin whether the GovemoiL-ntj of those Statei bad acquired a degree of permaneacy which would afford grouuds tjr rompleting the recognitma of their independence. The quesiiuii was a completely oped question, and his Majesty's govera.iie:i: would act on the information which tbey should recei�^e oii iti arrival, ia the mauner most consonant to the wul&re of thu country. Lord Hallaad then brought forward his motion reapectioq t.Se dissent inscribed by tbe Duke of Ntewouitie and the Eurl of Abiogdon on tbe journals of the house, against tiie- passiU'g'or'-tbe : i>uri Marshal's BUL He complaiued, not of lite options ex-. . piWsed in the protest though he did not agree i^itb tliem, but of tlie mia-statemeot of factt, whicb be thought lojurtous td the character of the House. His tben proposed u resoluttoaseitin^r them forth as they really were, and gmniing permissrjii t** i/ij diaseutieot peers to correct or withdraw their proCest: ItiMh thd f>Ukeof Newcastle and tbe Earl of Abingdon explaiond, that they might have committed errors, but not^iujeaUoual miarfpre-senutions, and expressed tbeir rejidiuesa to dt> wllai ti.e ILiu-ie should req lire. The original motion was tu�a'"agrfeed tii .t few verbal amendments, and it was understood tUt tiie in^le diiseuiients would avail Cheuiselvesuf the permi^ou giveu iU>.'.u to ameud their protests. HOUSE op COMMONS. There was no business of importance iu tbd  mitti^d the triiiii of some of its alle^iuto.i^ aoii exures^ Iu* tw . tentioa of calling the attedtiun of bii b'rutlicr majisifolcs to iuo subject. Ttie petition was then received. _^_, ;