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   British Press (Newspaper) - January 13, 1820, London, Middlesex                                THIS Evejp^'.r.Kntti^�.Vs;Jaiw3a. Duma Of ~     ,.,,<,,....," THE THUEfe f^lJ f*il*0Eqc;K. , Cuplain Croijri%^t.'K(i)4tva4 liWiiH^JMr: Eaninrti Sin. rUir, Nr. T. Ciufce^; MMl^i Hjii'.'MMirti. �ll fjliot, Ac. ke. C' l>^-^!teir?rtg: the l.isi Advertigetnrtit has not 1^ �!^S*o1>&i*d', batftUteii the liberlyuf Wllng agalto, |S!�i(irbt)^^^nti lit be au inportuuair : it ia aecaBloned by lhevi|fr�:ltKili]fi8u|!aacd in tbe last.  Sincerely �t*hes iieallb INDIA HOUSE, Jamuarv is, 18?0. UHT ijf DIRECTORS of the _ COMPANV q/ MERCflANt* of ENG. ua^-mmotv      EATT t^M^ do Imt^ gta* T^^ti^-v^;9MITTEE of BOTSNO aui(  WAR?;; '    "        lltatJJMutvto receive Pi'opuatis in .wriliD)$, seeled "A^Aia^fci* ^*%iS*�aAY^ �k�S�ib M�rrh,;1820, i^fiDlsa fRON AJ pu>als mu�i*tiie left before Eleven of the Cluck an Ihe said 2�th Day of March. 1890, after which hour the Committee will nul receive any IVmler. JOSEPH DART, Secretary. SHELTER FOR THE, HOUSELESS. A MEETING will t)� hc.1.1 (i,i* (Jay. THURS- ra. DAY, jHuuary 13, at Ten o'Clock for Eleven precisely, at Mr. HICK-S'S extensive WAREHOU.SES, in L.u-diiii-wall, to cunsiiter the pwpriety of adaaling those Premises to tbe RECBPTIt>^ of the I ND.IGENT and HOUSELESS fur -the NIGHT, during Ihe present iiiclcuirut se.'isou. Tlie Right Hon. Ibe LORD MAYOR will take the Chair puncluRlly at Eleven o'Clock. The aticudance of Ibe benevolent, and especially of persons willing to contribute their personal assittance, is muti earnestly solicited. Should the proposed Plan be approved, a Subscription will be upeued,'and a Committee formed, lur the purpose of Citrrym^ it into immediate eiftfcl. LADIES' BOARDING SCHOOL, NEAR THE CITY ROA D. jMTRS. CROSS respfclUilly informs thf G-rilry, Ivi .Merchants, and her Friends in general, thai her SCHOOL will RE.COMMENCe on MONDAY NEST, Jautiary 17, and that she has accommodation fur Three mure Young Ladies as Boarders, and One as Half-boarder. Sh^ hope* that lb* flattering succett she hai met with for these Ibirty-acveii years, in educating the Daughters of some of the first Families in the City, to whom refrrencea may be lui -Tbe Young Ladies are boarded) and laugfal the English and Frtocb Languages wiib grammatical purity and mtrrectaesa, bialory, and Ibe needle worka, fur 35 guioeaa j per annum, washing included. Parlour Bo v E-iition oT this inipf-esling VVorki founded upon recent Facu, is now published in two volumes, 8vo. price 1?5. buanls, by Fraucia Westley, No. 10, Stationer&'-court, and Ave-Maria-Uue. Of whom moy be had, just publiabrdt EARLY BLOSSOMS, or Biographical Noiicesof Individuals distiuEuisbed for their tU'uiui and Aihiinmeol", wbo died in llieii Youth, with Specimras uf their Taleott, by John Styles, fa.D. price 0.. boards. SPORTING ANECDOTES. This day ar published, embellished with a Characteristic Fronti.�-j,ifce, representing Eishl Varieties of Spurliug Amr.enieaU. price 9j. boards, ^1'ORTING ANECDOTES.  OriKin..!  aitd .Selected; inclttdin* numcrmis Characteriaiic Portriils of Persons In every Walk of Lifi-, wliu b-ive ari|nirrd Nolo-r'.ely from their Achievi ments �ii the Turf, at the Table, and in the Diversions of the Field: ihe whole foruiiug a complete Delineation of the S|>orting World. By PIERCE EG AN. London: Printed for Slicrwood, Neely, and Junes, Paternoster-row. . fiLli 1. A etii*SSfCiltL^Di >'ilcf'liic. 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Rivinglon, Nu. 03, St. Paul's Churchyard, and No. 3, V'aierlo" place. ' A Sttiiud Edition Is prlotin; of several of the early Numbers, und will be ready very shurily, when " 1'he ChriKtian Kemiiubraiicer," for 1819, may be had in a Volume, with a U'iiie a;id Index, price. In boards, 19a. DONOVAN'S BRITI.SH QUADRUPEDS; With Coloured Plates.   In Twelve .Monthly Parts, or Three Volumes, royal 8vo.' On Ihe 1st of January was pnblithed. Part I. price 9 e Sp cic that are known lo inhabit Ihe Britiah Isles: inclodiug as well those fOHiid in a wild an in the dontesticaied slate; and ahu aticb ni iire etrarly aolbeoiicated' lo have biea originally ifldig'tMiius,' but are now extirpated, or become etitremely irare. The whule arranged 4ii tystematic order, afler the nauaer uf lAniiicut. By E DONOVAN, PL.9. WJT. Author of'� The iSaliiral llislorw* of firilKb Bir.U,FisLe�j Irtsrets, SbeJI*,''**!. "        i.    '  ' Printed for the Author; and forP^C �ad J. 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A SUMMARY of Ibe PftlNGlPAL EVipRNCESfor Ibe TRUTH and DIVINE UttlGLN �f Ibe Qf)eftlSi;WN REVELATION. By ihe P'Kb'l R.-t. i^eriby Pirtens; D.D. Uinhiip uf Lupdon. T3n>.n. Fourlernib Edition, 3a,       in bdirM*. 85. A CnpCAL PRONOUNCING DICTIONARY^ and BxpoaiKM- �t-lbe En'g)i*b LhdgBaKF'. Bjr Jobv Walker, iH^one liirgevol�ine4ini�. witboot Ibe sottllcst aJtrid^meoL T�eulietb Eiililiun, ^ria� 14s. ifa, boards. To-oiorriiw rpusilive1y>.lvill be. published, price Is, THE MAN ttitbe M0PN.   With � Political Chri.lmaa CwoU &c. and WFTEES COTS. Pri>ili�'i�� r it-dact of the man witn had eitvited thia anusaat lov lereat, he rested the -projirirty t>f lite {MmeDt motion ; for the honour aiul crHiil of tlu: Cui^t,- be hoped it would |miu uiianimodtlT. He kf)F� that were he able to flsti opoo the c'niiMefit betoe* and siHtesmeii, whose tiataea now adorned their walla, for their oiiiiiion of tbe merit* of a mao of wiioM they knew so much, he shoiild at otiee receive iJnetr. cordial concurrence in the propriety of the moti^Mi. flihich he had now the honour of lubioittin^fof their coiii>ideration and ado|itiuu.^/'/y4�h0e}d Svo. BLEMAN, i.n the fM�fnoui*eiiami�a auji ...ur*. . ..... ciples. By Eliiabelbi Haiwllon, A.allior of " Lrtiers 01. the Element^iry Piiwr.iplrs , of Kdncaijoa."   Two voU. Third Yesterday a Court of Proprielors was held at the East iiidiu Huu�e for the coiiBideratipu of a variety of busiiieKii. GRANT TO MR. WILKINSON. The Chaiuman. ill opeuiug the business, said, he Iwfl tu acquaint the C�urt that the Directors had iip|irov�;(l uf a graut of 75|000 sicca rupee* to Mr. Wiikloson. STATUE OF THE LATE WARREN HASTINGS. Tlie CH.tiRMAN was tiien pruceediiijr to iiiforoi the Couit that the Director* ihiul agri�d to erect a stutue ill tliat rontn, t� retrorditheir approbation pf the servile* of the Ute Right Hou. Warren I^fHt-in)(ii when- - - Mr. HvHE inierpoted, and begged to fcitoiv, before they w^t into the bu*iues* of the day, whether Ihe Law Aulhoritie* of the Court had been aiitce- the last meeltitg consulted upon the legality of the (fruiit to Sir George Barlow. TlieCUAlSMAN repited, that the Court of Directors had tiu diiabt of the Irgattty of the grant alluded to. Had the Court of Proprietors held a cuuirary iipiniou, ^nd expressed a doubt.4>pon the point, tlieii their Law Authorities might have beeu.,, con>i ublic. merits of the late Right Hun. \\^frirti Ha�iiiigs, and the recominendatioti of that body ;tfaat the Court of Proprietors would adopt the suine. The Ch-aIBMaN, in rising lo propose tlmt this Resululmn be ngrred 10, prefaced'his ipotioii by atliidnig to-the tile of the eminent uitd faithful servant of the East India Company to whose cniiduct it refeirrd.   He was sure that it would be uniie-crksary fur him to enter into a detail uf the maii^ ' able services perfurttii'd. by. lite late Rit;ht Hon. Wurrrii tJaslings.   Titese vervires were, from the nrcuinstHiices-uf notortrly that Hcc�mpaiiie.d them, lung.and well known lo the people of England, the people of India, and more particularly to Ihe Propriftors of India Slock.   He should, therefore, alter lourhiiig upi>u the length of services of Mr, Haaliiigs, leave liie Court to satisfy itself upon the pinprieiy of his motion.   Seventy years had now, he believed, paased, since Mr. Hastings had, at.an larly a){e, enleied, as a writer, into the service of the Company, aud after travelling upwards through the whole tram of inlerinediaie office, nt length obtained tbe important itauou of Governor-General of indiA. Through that whole period he had unceasit^g-ly devoted his whole energies to the promotion of the best interest* of the Company.   During a gr^ai part too of hi*^dmipiiitration India was peculiarly siluateil, her territories placed at great peril, while Europe wa* also divided by coiiteDiiing factious, and furnishing some of the native Indian Powers wiib the mean* nf aanoyiug the, E'lghah empire in tliat quarter.   The Briikah interests in India had then to contend with Enropean armies, many, of them placed in fixed and IJrm ataiiuiis, aud a|so tvith large fleet* whirh then infested the Indtan seas.   AI) these elSbrts tu uasfttle the interest!.,of ihe Company, Mr. Haatinga succeasively con>bi|ted aud ri-peited, and fur such important ! 'a) bu:itne>� 10 impugn tlie uuts of tbiil Leglsta-tin- Bitiiy, ttiuugb in tbe ease, to which he allnded he thought ttiey weie not m uuiaoii with the pnucii-pie* or practice of tfie 4aw�if the luiid.-f H�ar^- 'I'helaai liitie Ihe pu.blir-haii iiad an upportuuilj; of observing the cuuducl of Mr. Ha^^iin.t;*, was Htflfu (tie Cuiniiuo*. 'u(/pfiirit   10 . Parbumeut .6|r a .feltewui^ uf . their ' Charirr.    On, .that   ocqiaJdit thi^y 4>Tuu^iJf Wfore l^urltaii^eul the miut jtutvl-Ij^nlitieit ii> tlteir services loi.iufufm ^i�4i|�(iy� of tlie siatt; o? their sttfatis.. ^ ^oxftmatK, liim^i^i tthf^e �v^* Mr.^^ HiistitlgH,  be retije f, hi* valuable life consumed   by an unexa-iupled ^ trial, which ought, instead of being liarB�sed, to'' have been spent io repose aud respect.   The Company had, however, acted nobly lo such aaervant, and tbe present motion had his cordial support. Mr. Hites, at the outset, beggtH to enter his protest against the legality of the proceeding, a* the rules of the' by-taws, which required that ail the facts and grounds of a motion !>houl(l tirst In: f�lly before them, had not been complied with. Mr. Randall Jackson, before lie entered upmi the propriety of the motion, begi^ed to have the following minutes of the Court of Directors read, which were read accordingly.   The Kesolutinn of 8lh of May,  1*776, which recommended th:it, in  -consequence of charge* brought ag-jiust VVarreia Hastiugs, by Richard Barlow, nf tlie Council ui' Bengal, both these iudividuals should be remo^'ed from their office*. That of the 29tii of May, 178*. together wLih llie Resolution of the House of Com-' moos, which rescilyeii, ..that Warren Hastings, and William Hornby,  President of the Councd ai-Bombay, should be removed from their respective office*.   That of the 22d of October, 1782, wb�,h complained that the.peremptory otd^r of .the Court of Directors, prohibiting an ettteu^joii of lerMtorial Vdooiinioa in India, or an int'e^eren �  plea>ure such an iiflvei-jse prot-ecdin^ gave to a former Secretury of State, 111 17S2, �r 1783, when he declared he would not Ist such ii resolution as ihe Court tlieu passed  go out In India.   In the lollowing year they mu^t recol'ect the step taken by the same iMinisler, when in tti� discussion ivliich took place upon their affairs tliry lost the proudest and grandest of the privileges thry ever enjoytd-namely, ihe right of chuoring .tli�;r own Governors in India.   That right was tliru struck from tl�e list of their privilege*.   He then-fore deprecated a rejj.lilion of any conduct, wlncti. by departing from ilie views taken by them>e!vri aud  Parhainenl oil a former occasion, n-speciii^ any parliculur line of public conduct, .-lieuld iig^^-n bring dowu upon iheui liie displeasure ef persons in power.    He.wa* reudy to adaiit Warren Hasting* 10 have been a person uf great abilities, and in uiui y sense* to admit his title to be a great man.   Flc (.Vlr. JdcksoiA wijs one of those who alvuys united public Ijiofat W!|i|lh with true greatness ot" cUutai-ter.   There weW^ie knew, difftreul cli�r;!l'i"(irs i:t greatness-^ieXiiirder was a great tiian, and Mr. Haatiiigs, ti�.reiitembered, had been once cainiiarir^l to him m the. i^oitae of Lotds; Charles liie Filth, |*ou>� tlie Foarteentil, and Boiiapatle, r, t re ala e, iliev werv imt �o ij�.*u�^fe!,ier.   The Leurntil Proprietor tljett read'a. K(,i�K eitJwct fVoin an acc-jurit of ttj^s ^f .f�i^.ii|^,, li^^eii. the year? \~o& und 17S3. to .sWW .iitte 0^ abilities tiispl.^jed hy i^ie early pari oi hi� puli-   

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