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   British Press (Newspaper) - February 11, 1820, London, Middlesex                                ""''l ill" CLOCKS..       ..^ , |rHiAKE,Notj,cft, that, if- iheCiocki'w^^ I  1   l.etn* left'for Vpair nt >>es!ra. Camerer'BllH'Co.'s, No. 2, Bfoiid-slreetfpiijomiluiry, are iiot-.lak�n away wilhml One Mouth from overv expense. ary,1820,. ' , , tbe.d�>e hereof,.ifej p.i^iHSpJdip Ab witness my hana this 5th d�v nf drfray Feiirit-' >.'T..FIN�GAK. � i A' T n INGm . public ,�nd.ino�tiN�raffro:�i�,M,EEifr- it,i*feW<�t' ,l!()tb.d�*of Jffehrii^ry, 1820; WILLlAMItfAjiNINts; Esn.Ar.P: ui (fie Ciiair M(\ireffby SIrJC. Si'H *rcia|jPra!Vps)rJty�f tKMfiV'n'oV^'ijP kI"-iiig a confitaiit and .iiiirepilliiiK atleq'ion , to the local iii-. [eretU of hiii'Cnnaliiuentsl and in Taifilllallhfer''he" iiit�T. foiirise and good understlitidiDe iwhich should, �iver,Bub6isti .hdivrfii the first City.of the Empire and a BrilinU House of Coninioiis. Movrd hy George Blickman, Esq. seconded by Sir Charles Flower, Bart. i .; RrBc.lve.l iinanimou.ily-That it is (hfe opinion of litis Mo^linir that the dignity and best interests of tlie City of 'Lnnilon rei|uire that its Representatives in Parlla^newt shp^ld lie Citizens of bicth commercial character. Moved by John Jacks, Esq. seconded by Felix Clay, E^q. 'Resolved' niianlrtlonsly-That this Meeting is thevffore of njiiiiion. Jhnl Sir Wm. Cnrlis, Bart, and AUteriuart, be iio�- iuvilpii to offer himself as one of the C.indidates to re-prrspill llic City of London in' Parliament at the enaninj General Gifclitiii, and pledifes jlself to' use its individual ^n-flueiice and exertion to secure the return of the Honourable Baroiirl. Moved by Sir Charles Flower, Bart, seconded by .S'ir' Francis Dessan^cs, Ui-polvcil unanimously-That this Meeting, anxious to IfRtify in a particular manner its respect for Sir William C�ru�,-earue3tly and respectfully recommend to the Livery thai the arduous duties of a personal canvass on his part should be di e most liiiihly Haltering and gratifying to me: it is, indeed, a pruiid testimony that ray hombFe exertions have met with their apprubnlion. If I w^^-e to cousult my own feelings (ilonc, I �-ill frankly confess that J should not again offer "liiyself as a Candidate for the arduous situation of .a Rrjrrrseulalive of' the City, of LuimJou in Pailia. :m�i>trJKa.s(ju.,imereial commniiMy require at the, bands.of its Rfipre-. '�-alstive. ,   '   , ' ' . I have the fcbtfonr 1o be} fifed*l4*eh,'   � �         i YourfaiihfuUnd.d�T4lfidfr^aift,        ,, W. ClTRTIS. i^nts. of Esteem;and Ven'eraltoti whi^li at! ---------------e4(t>T I !^0��S?!OTLA�D; PrewttW^Tiw, �arl of Wet^t, and Alaie6 laNo, anBary,.1836 ; 'aVeh; Ihe Ei^l of ^-^slonield, Iblir Jame* Perguaon, Afajor-Gene. Principal Baird; Advocate; Doctor men anil C. w. O. V. T. Hamlet, Esq. T. H. P. By the Rev. H. Budd, New �        Bridge-street. Mrs. T. Coleman 2  0 Mrs. Keating       -     10 By Mr. Seaward. John Mitchell, Esq.      Ill' Sun. J. W. . 1 B. Marsden, Esq.        2  9   Niiw P. ATr. H. Palmer. An. lOv 6d.   A Lady By Messrs. Browne, Lang-    Miss Keynardson hum, and Co.  ' Colonel Armstrong A Udv, by F. Cappell, l{. Sutton, Esq. Esq.' . ^   0   V.G. By U^m, Drummond.      A.' F. G. M. G. .        ids. tid.  John Pearson, Esq. J. C. S. - SO Contribalions ofclnthes-far tKe pnor are gsoerally rscci^. �d by the Rev. H.'Budd,'Nr.w Bridge.s(reet; sqd Alr.T. Seaward, Aiisbur^-lquare; and uf.mon^y.,a,t tbe.fultuw-iac Batijcera.;--^esys. Huar^i S?,^ fleel-slreet;  "" t	j. 5	0 2	0 2	2 6	0 aud	 e   1	0 10	0 1	0- , 1	l a	ft I	1 2s.	6d. 1	0 &   0 Hessr*. Prummopd, C:haring-�o,,.;>Ies,rs. Pro^^^ SotK 180, Piccadilly/'^^;,';-j-';'=""^' y^::^^ ttoi��i>dtfi.&;:>j�,i,V4f ^Cwokstor.e ; Williim Qn^id M'Kenzie, liM.; ,.^J5�ate�in',='Esq.' 'WiS.'}' ,and MARQff ju; ^'tKe ias'^ructiobs'^t ,-.-^t�ti i>!>'Rr,�Ja�einnl, Jflpjting.flf; JiMf:^, entlemen, held at Edinbuirgn , op ihe 24^l^ Fe. Jiis Grace the Dwke of^Alboll lit ihe Chair'.,""^ - 5dly; Tht'Res'ol��dns df tbe CbramiUfee'apiialiiled by'l\.e ; GeneraliJUeeting, bearing: daifc the 13tl�> March: btit, LatS Rullo'In the Chair,   i ' ..i. - ;�  '. 3dly,, The.Ppucee.d.ifigs and Resolittiotts-of the .Committee of the. 22rf Jnly^l8|9^ the, Earl oir lyioj-ton in llie Chair; ; Idgerher with 'the re'eumineridatioh of the General'Assembly of tbe Church iifScb(laiid','ar.C(>mJianie>d'whb''au earnest antf respectfulreqdesti that tlie Reverend Geilttbnten wuuk^take sDcliimteasures �aS'inif ht nppear lo. tbeui }>eat .calculated fur P/,<� ,'.agreeably'to appoifilment, trans-, milled to tlw (^ramaudiug Odicera of .Lj)C�l JPili.tia, Yeo-maury, and Volunteer Q"rps� with a request thaj ihey would give l|ieir fonntefiance. to the General Subscriptiuu in aid uf Ihe Natioiial Monument'. � Although every possible, and-indeed the most oBligiig fa-ciliiies'wek-e given, in the department ofithe PostotBce, whose very palriptic .nnd i^espectable Secretary, Mr. Kerr, franked, in the course uf the autuDin^ no fewer than 1,200  dispatches; althoughevery possible facility was,^rn Ihe hahd-suihesl manner, rendered ih'tbfe Adjutant-General's department, l>y furnishing listS of the Yeomanry', Local Militia, and Voluntter Corps; and alttiolagb the Agent for ihe Church of Scotland furnished most prgmptly the recommendaiion'of Ihe General Assunb{ly ; yet owing to the unavoidable delay atlendani nn so much detail, it was, as the Committee might easily coWceiv'e, far a'dvdn'cid in tbe aiilonin before the vari-ousdt)cntfaents,aiid the engraved plan of Ihe intended Monument, icolild beiput'tn circulation; aud if any of them should not have reached,tbe pla'ct�;qf' Ibeir destination, lie iioped such an occurrence wouid be  l , Forres, Speymoutb, and- RcnptiQlutT]a9$'lbni^braia�Mi^w**i>^ '^^ tbe,British Lip^n Compsnyat Elgin.     , < ),  .   . , The ga(lant 7lst regimeot.Have also, be was informed, subscribed a day's pay'. He had tbe satidfa'ctibn of i'*|i ii ^i-b:t|iit'befdre, England; and concluded by observing, lliat-works of such eminent public utility aud oraament,v are .uuq<|cstionably, Ihe best means of aiding the iuduslrioivsiclasses yf fjie rommunily; and while they are tributes justly due lo tlie illustrious dead and gallant living, tend at the same tihae to impi^ove Ihe Ikest aflectious of the people, and afe Ibe rtlnst precious and valuable bequests lhat can be made to posterity. In reference to Ihe plan jnd Site it,was observed, lhat in trajtsroitting Mr. Elliot's ve[y\elegant and classical design formed on the Pantheon at Rome, t|ie folliiwing note was subjoined to the resolutions:^ "The Coiiimiit'ee are.desir-ons it should he dnderstood that nothing has yet been deter-mined, either in regard to the plan of the building, or its situation, bath of wbicb wjli be matter ftir fitture and deliberate cnusideraliuii; but. the K^neral. impresstoo s�ems lo be, that Ihe design lo be ultimately adopted slioiild either be funned on or be an cxaet'inudel'ofsome of thfe'rotj|st ap.' proved strnctures'of antiquity'.'''   ^ In reference also to the realixition and investiture of the' subscriptions, .the .CommiKeei after .some deliberati.un, were of opinion, that it wouid be proper to defer t.bat men-; surefor the present. ' , Tbe Committee theni came to (be fullovtiig Reriolhlldnii! , The Committee having heard the report of the proceed.; ings that iiavt? taken place since tbeii'i last meeting on .^he 22d July, 1819, expressed,their; cpnfi}lfnt,;l.tpjje, that the Minislrrs of the Chnrcb of S<:oll�iid, wbo,yfere.uow in.pojk session of the Besolutimis of the Geiieral .Meeting of tlife' Ndblem*n S^iid Genlleineh, fb'eld at fidinburgh'Mi the a4th of Febhiilry last, and Of tbt aubs<|qiieht: ResdlatioHa off ihe eommittee-, .'togelber^witli 'tbe� CohntfSBof ^Jijray'..';;'...'...'.'..',6 ..t) liMyAffn'Sliiart:....'.....''.. 6' .' dictSted at .t.Qngvrt)od lo Mr. O'.Meara, prnrma " X'*' Slaouscriplfrom Sl/fTelma" to be n PiiVjfpfy; xull'hi'gfily 'cBriou�,a8 ciTrrrcting faltehoods relative to lUe chief fcveiiii of;lhe Life of thai di^iingnished Personage.     \ Tbe/M.S. of the frinih Book, �Itli Verificitiiohs, ui*i^ hes�ea at tlle'Of&ce uf ilie'PUUlislieU, Brid�.t:ourl, Bridge^ slriret.      ;� . ' '� ,     HOYLferS GASIES IMPROVED "i;bi�, day was puUisbed, .-�p, r| .Jiew^bdiUoBjicmieidtTahly^nilareed^df ��-'A lapaVfeB^S-C'A wes^^ |>Ji>H(>VBi> t^ jL A  ilftg-of Prnrtftal Treatise* on 5   Whist Rerrrsis Cfiess Quadrille -Put B.iekgitmmon Piqprt All-fiMus Drao-.'hts Qninze Speccilalion -Crirket Viugt-iin        '        Loo Or Lue Teuni. fforGolf Cribbiige Hiag Ski^ltles Sialrimony Domino Dnirh Pius Cassino      ' Lotp E O, and CuuiK'xiouS Bdslon R.Sc. Wiih un-Essay on Game Corks, and the Rules, ^ e badjsepitrat'elr, HOYLE'S GAMES, improved and seletieO, a* a COM- PAiVlON to the CARD TABLE, [trite 3a. lid. boards, or 4s. ^d. in Paper Case, with gilt edgas.   Also, HOYLE'S GA.MES of WHIST and QUADRILLE, iiric. 2s. boards. KOYAL WlHiESPOIVDEycii. Correspaiidence between the liile ami his prespiu Majesty, aiifi the Duke of York, toucJHiis; llit military rank oi' hi^ present ISJajeaty when I'linct of Wales i- Carllou House, July 18, 1803. Sir-The subject on which I address you [.rfes-ses so heavily on my mind, and dally acquires additional iuiporlanee. lhat nOlwlthslanding my wish to avoid nnv iurerl'erencr with the disposition made hy his. Majesty's .Minisiers, I find it iuipussible lo wilhhohl or delay an explicit stalemnlt of my feelings, lo which I would direct yuur most 5ertoo> conaidtiraliah. When il was ofHcially communicated lo Parliament that the av0.wtid-abject�f the enemy was adeeceiii on oor kiugi domi; Ihe quetiliun became so'iibvious tliat ihe rircnin-stances of tfa^ times required the voluntary tender of prrsnmil services ; when Parliament, iu consequence-of litis reprrsen-talion, agreed lo extraordinary measures for the defence of these realms alone, it was evident rhe danger was not l)e-lieved dubious or remote; Auimated by the same spirit wbicb pervaded the nation at large, conscious of ihe duties Which 1 owed to bis Majesty and llie rOnnlry^ I seized ilie earliest opportunity lo express niy desire of nnderiahnig ihe res|musibility uf a military comuiaRd. I neither did, nur dn presume on supposed talents as entitling me lo.snch an appointment. I am aware I do not possess the experience of actual warfare; at Ihe same time I cannot rej-ard niysilf as lutully unqualified or-deflcient in military science, since I have long made Ihe service my pjrticUlir sloily. Mycliirf pretensions were fuunded on a sense of Itmse advanlaire^ whifch my example might produce to the stale, byex  rangement and successful enterprist. 1 reiuain, Sir, very sincerely your's. . (Signed)  ' G. P. R, (1. Henry Addington, &c. He. July 261b, 1803.-  ;Awesk has now elapsed since the Prinreof Walealrans-; milted In Mr. Addington a letter uu a.aubject uf tSe bighedl 'impo>t�nre; Ihuugh lie cannul anlici|�t^ a refmal 10 *o ' reasonable a demand, he must still express Some snrpriU: tliat a.'csinmuuicatiuu uf such a nalure shsuldtiat^ rtmaiitt', ed so long unaaswerrd, ^' When ibe Piince of Wales desired to be placed ju aiitn^t-tiou which mixbt enable him lo shfw to the-'p&pU! of Bn'jr. hnd Ihc example (if zeal, lidrlily, and deToliuu ti> hi* Suvereign, he naturally Ilioosht that he-was uiily fulfilling hi* nppiipriate duty, a* the first subjrri uf Ihe rt-atmin. which it has please* PruvidenceHi r�ih�BbHiilobave'be�fiborn, so he is dete/mined lumaiutainbimself Uyall those hanourabl-c^ertiun* wMcU the exigencesof!tUerfecritic�l'
                            

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