British Press, February 24, 1820

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British Press (Newspaper) - February 24, 1820, London, Middlesex Number 5372. LONWON.'THtJ^IDlgpBRtJi^ 24, 1820. ��1 � 'krB. Blanil; LWa, Madame Veslris (lier 2il appearance on the English in the conriie i>( the Opera, Mr. Brnham will introduce " .M. Pearce; Janetia (afleirwarda Coliiitabide), Mias Tree; Arpa, Good Geoi'iis of the Harp, Miu Sdwarili; Vifra, Ogre's Wife And. Bvit Genius, Mr.Ale-. fcdiib. A grotesque Deax, by Mtasrs. Bulogiia ao;! ScwtBhy. : A Pas8eul*y MissTree; Tbe Doors will be opened at Half-pasl Six o'Cltfck; the Performance will camnfen^e precisely at Serf u. � Boxes 78.;' Seconil Price 3s. Bd -Pit 3�. .6.1.; Second Price 2a.-Lower Gallery'2s.; Second Price Is.-Upper Gal-lery 1.1.; Second Price ed. Jack and the Bean Stalk will be performed every evcoiog till further notice. On Saturday, the Comic Opera of The Haunted Tower. A new Drama, in five acts, entitled The Hebrew, in which Mr. Kean will aiiMlain a principal character, will be pro-dncetl on Thursday, March 2. THE A TRR-ROYA A, CO VEST-GA RD K.V. THIS EVENING. THUKSDAV. Feb. 24, will be acted a new Musical Drama, called THE ANTIQUARY. Jonathan Oldburk, Mr. Listoii; Caxon, Mr. Blanchard; Lovfl, Mr. Durusel; Sir Aviluir Wariiour, Mr. Chapman; Edie Ochiltre, Mr. Emery; LordCleuallan, Mr.Terry; Hec. tor M'lntyrc, Mr. Abbott. Miss Isabella Wardonr, Miss Stephens; Miss Maria ST'Intyre, Miss Ma.tthews; Mixo Griselda Oldburk, Mrs. Davenport; Elspeth of the Craig. burafoot,Mr8. Fancil. After uhich, 2d time, a new Farce, railed TOO LATE FOR DINNER. The principal Characters by Messrs. Jones, l.iston, Connor, Blanchard, Emery, Mrs. Davenport, Miss Foote, Miss Beauino�t,and Mrs. Gihbs. A Private Box may be had for the season, or nightly, of Mr. Brandon, nt tlie Box office. The Doors will be opened at Half-past Six o'clock, and the Play begin at Seven. Boxes 7s ; Second Price 3s. 6d.-Pit 33. 6d.; Second Price 2s.-Lower Gallery 28.  Second Price Is.-Upper Gallery Is.; Second Price 6d. - On Saturday, tbe new musical Drama of The Antiquary. On Monday, Shakspeaie's Comedy of Error.'. On Thursday, March 2, will be produced, first time, a new Musical Drama, called Jrauboe, or The Jew of York. fTHHE PUBLIC are re?peclfullv informert, .B. -ttiSLt thfy.-^iU- again fiutf Mr.. MATa^WS -AT HOMF. at the Theatre Royal, Enelish Oppra-HousBj S.raod. on MONDAY NEXT, February 28, 1820. wlie, he will have the hnnnurof presenting SOME'THiNix NEW, parlictilai'S of which will he duly aimonoocd. ' Buvrs and Places to be i�keu of Mr. .Stevenson, at the Oox'office, Strand Entranre, from Ten till Four; and at Fearman's Library, 170, New Bond-street. A DE LPHI TH EATR E. STaA N D. T^e new and interesting Burlelia of Ivanhoe being honoured witb the most decided applause and approbation by crowded and fashinnable assembla^r?, will he rp|ieat> rd every evening of performance till further notice.- ! Daring the recess, the Boxes of this Theatre have under-gone considerable improvements, calrnlstrd to afford every accommodation to the nnmernus and fashionable visitors. The front circle is tbiown open, so as to aflord a distinct view of the stage, and materially conlri-bule to the general temperature uf the Theatre.-No Performances on Wednesdays and Fridays during Lent. I^HIS EVENING. THURSUAY. Feb. 24. . and Saturday, 26, will be produced (for the 8ih time), an entire new and rumaniic melu-dramalic Burlelta, in three Acta, called 1VAN�0E: OR, THE SAXON CHIEF. SAtons:-Cedric (the Saxon), Mr. Campbell; Ivanhoe (bis son, tbe Saxon Chief), Mr. Willis; Gurth (Thrall of Cedric), Mr. Lee; Womba (Jester to Cedrir), Mr. Wilkinson ; Locksley (an outlawed Leader ofthe Greenwood Men), Mr. J. Jones; Clerk of Copenhurst, Mr. John Reeve; Page (with a song), Miss Garcia. Lady Rowena (detceiidaut uf Alfred, and ward to Cedric fhe Saxon), Miss E. Dennett; Eleilha,Mrs.Kirby. Normans:-Sir Brian De Bois GilUert, Mr. Vjlliers ; Prior Aymer, .tfr. Rolbnnburg; Gondiberl and Uglierl (Vassals uf Sir Brian), Mr. Adams and ATr. E. Shrpperd ; Isaac.of York (a Jfw], Mr. Daly. Ulrica (a depeudant on Sir Ui-lau), Mrs. Bemetirirder. Ill tbe first Act, a Ballet, iucidrntal to tho Piece, by iHr. St. Albiaknd Miss Aylell, and the whole Corps de Ballet. To conclude with (34th lime) a New, Grand, Pirluresqiie Christmas Panloinimr, entitled THE FAIRY OF THE NORIH STAR; OR, HARLEUUIN AT LABRADOR. In Ibexinilne of the' Pantomime, a celebrated Dance by ||h� three Miixei Dennett. CROWN AND ANCHOR, STRAND. TO THE JUDGES OF THE DRAMA. M;l-SS MACAULEY brK8.ao.>.i�at})ress her most .graltiful M>kiMwUdgmenis to Iwr nnmeroui !Priends-0D Mpndtiy'Evening for their very liberal support, �uud to annonnite tiist, in obedience to their wishes, her .t#rl8ifMnenf will be repeated THIS EVEMNG, THORS-J)AY, February 9/t, 1820, when she will give DRAMATIC RECITATIO.NS frnm tIio.se Characters she has liet-n prnoounccd^itiCi^Rible of perf�rniiiig, viz. Queen Eliza-"iK-lb.'SJvifltirls^riiW, and Betvidera : by which effort it may hi-:}>niir�d-whether ylicba^ a juat claim to publicesdmnlioa; .ur KiM!ttier>she'desiveurahle nirvita iif independence. The 'Fjitei-liiioment in cuuiinence with THREE QUES. TOWNS 3X* lailE !P1'�LIC (Copies of which will be given at tbe Heors.) ' )iiliteconr voiiDg Lady, Pupil to Mrss Maratiley, will recite SEViiN AGES OF Avow AN. ^Ad ALEXANDER'S FEAST. -To conclude with Miss Marauley's Cmwjc Eeeitation gf the ADVEHTPKES OF MOLLY MIGGINS, la li^'Charaeur of a YofkfWre GirJ. Doors (o beaptti at Half-past Silt, and tbe I'Mformance , to commence tit Holf.|�i�t Sevrti o^tOlrtekl Boxes &�.; Pit 3s. TicfcefitobetadamieBpr, i N. B SabKi^iBfiOiiaw N�sicBf�iPM�� Maiiaulejf fiffii-.si..�.of Faory �i>h*'frci-iT�d by be,, No.6, fcei(w�t�r-|>lacej SRd at Mr. HMktiMtVBtjatl'itrMi. - SRJTISH GALLERY, PALL-MALL. THIS GALLERY for the EXHIBITION and SALE of the WORKS pf MODERN ARTISTS, it OPEN DAILY, from Ten in tbe Morning till Dusk. (By Order) JOHN YOUNG, Keeper. Admisiion Is.-Catalogue Is. Fp.BliliAliY 23, 1820. WESTMINSTER ELECffON. AT a MEETING of the FRIENDS of the Hoik. GEORGE LAMB, held this day at the Com-niittre.rnum, .42, King-street, Covent-garden, JAMES MACDONALD, Esq. M.P. at (be request of ibeGeiJtle-mea present look'the Chair, when the following Resolutions trere'onanimously agreed to ytiiA lb? public conduct'of the Hon. George Lamb, daring the shfl!rt period be has been in Parliament as one of the Representatives ofthe Cityuf Wrslminster, has been apcb as tpgive bim an irresistible claim 10 the contioned-Cpiifideitftf of bis fellov.cjlizen�, That his diligent attepliuo to. fWCT ("illlif^ t^ST^^I*^ ^^|i.ii|aatiT8Ucb^'af>btftCanstiiaeals'ai 4iaWi''bMoMfililti to cotomunicale with hiju, call for their Warm wckoow* ledgm^t and lint exbriibns on his behalf. - That the necessary measures be immediately taken to secure Mr. Lamb's re-election. Mr. Macdonald having left the Chair, It was unanimously resolved-That the Thanks of Ibis Meeting be given to James Macdonald, Esq. for his uni-e-niilliug and zealous services in support of Sir Samuel Ro-milly and Mr. Lamh dnrini; the two last Elections, and for his able and impartial conduct in the Chair I'Kis evening. TO-MORROW MORNING, AT NINE O'CLOCK. pHE ------- ----------- LORDS of the TREASURY ha�e issued their Warrant for the Final Drawing of the LOTTERY, to fake place TO-MORROW, 2.'ith- Fe. bruary, when the few remaining Tickets (having an excess of 6,438i.), forming the Golden Lottery, with two of 20,0002. and 1,000 Prizes, must all be drawn, and paid in Gold or Bank Notes, by J. and J. SIVEWRIGHT, 37, Cornhill; 38, Haymarket; II, Hulborn ; 111, Oxford-street; Who Sold in this Lottery No. 1,656, Prize of 20,0001. and Seven Capitals. T' THE SKETCH BOOK. This day is published, price 12s. boards, IHE SKETCH BOOK of GEOFFREY CRAYON, Gent. The First English Edition, witb Alterations and Additions by the Author. Printed for Jobn Miller, Bnrlingtou.arcade; and on the Isl of March will be published, GIOVANNI SBOGARO: a Venetian Tale, in 8 volt. 12mo. On Wednesday next will be published, LACK WOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, No. XXXV. for FeBROARY, 1820. CoN'TENTs:-1. Hora; Hispanics. No. I. The Moorish Ballads. Don Raymnn of Bntrago. The Death of Queen Blanche. Andalla's Bridal. Z9j:a!a Ear-rings. Ganzol's JBoll^gfat Tbe InmeatBtloB Sot CsUn, The Flight frdm Granada.-2. Second Letter from a-Liberal Wliig.-3 Par-tienlars ofthe Death of Alessieurs Cinq Mars and De Thou, at Lyons, Friday, 14th September, 1642. By a Citizen of Lyons__4. Leslie versus Hebrew.-5. A Recollection,- 6. To Thomas Campbell, Esq -7. Abstract of Meteorological Observations for 1819.-8. Barlow on Magnetic Attractions.-9. Recollections. No. 11. Mark Macrabin, the Omerooian.^-10. Musings__II. Sabbath Noon.-12. The Aurora Borealis, a Sonnet.-13. Greece, a Sonnet.-14. Horee Oermanicse. No. IV. The Cypress Crown ; a Tale. By tbe Baroness Caroline de la Motte Foqne.-15. Hodgs-kin's Travels in Germany-16. There is. Death in the Pot, Accum's Treatise on the Adulteration of Food, &c.-17. Ou the Writings of Charles Brockden Brown, and Washing. Ion Irving-18. On the proposed Monument for Lord Mel-ville.-10. Horie Scoticte. No. I. The Bundspiel of Close, burn and Lochmahen.-20. T-tie Late King.-21. Literary and Scientific Intelligence.-23. Works preparing for Publication-23. Monthly List of New Publications.-24. Monthly Register, &c. Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, Strand, London ; and William Blackwood, 17, Prince's-slreet, Edinburgb. This day are published, NAPOLEON'S MEMOIRS, bv HIMSELF. The FRENCH EDITION, I2s. , The ENGLISH EDITION, XOs. 6d. This NINTH BOOK of the Great Work of Napoleon is publislied the first, on account of its temporary interest, as relating to the Return from Elba, thc^altle uf Waterloo, and the subsequent events. Tlie EIGHTH and SEVENTH BOOKS are in course of Translation, and will appear in French and English, in currespunding size, type, &c. with the NINTH BOOK. To ihe Ninth Book has been added numerous Proofs, dictated at Longwond lo Mr. (y-Mcara, proving " The JUaviucrlpt from at. Helena" to be a Forgery, and highly curtou�, as correcting faUehooifs relative to the chief events u.f the Lift- of that distinguished Personage. The M.S. of the Ninth Bonk, with Verificatibns, may be seen at the Office of the Publishers, Bride-cuurt, Bridge-street. WINES bv the PIPE, HALF-PIPE, and QUARTER-PIPE, will be sent freeof fell expense to any |wrt orithiii ten miles uf the City of London, and also Bottled 'free of all expense at the purchaser's crllani, or wnt, ready bultleil, by Ihe CO.MMERCIAI-HALL WINE COMPANY, No. 10, Skioner-street, and 340, Oxford-street, at tbe fulbiwing prices: Old Port Wio�, of good quality............�100 per pipe. Do. Sherry.............................. 98 Do. Madeira Direct...................... 95 D�. West India.......................... 118 Do. Cape of all Ihe finest Madeira, Stein, and all other favourite flavonr*.............. 46 Do. Inferior Do................... .�30 tor 35 Also Bottled Wines. Port Win*.,......................S6s. to 42s. per doz. Cape ilitto........................16s. 2ls. 2Cs. Red Pontac, in French bottles............30s. Old Sherry........................38s. lo 46.. Bucelias, Old Dry and very Superior........46s. Madeira Direct.......................... �0s. .Pltto, West Iudi��................448. to 63s. pDillo, East India, Matchless.............. 84s. Also the finest Cliiittau Miirgoll, Lafllle, and Cbanlilly Clarets; Cute Roll, Hernlitage, Burgundy; Champague Sparkling, CrenmiOg and Sillery; Excellent Bonrdeaux Dinner Wine, Vin d� Grave, Saulatpe, Barsar, Moselle, Rhenish, Huck, Serriat, Tinta, .Malqisey, Old Kuta, Car. cavtlla, MouBtairi, Bronll and Viddnia, with every other Descriplitin and Sort-of Wineii; in English use, all a�'at equally liow Prices as the above, wili a most curious and NATIONALcMOIfCWBt^ QP SCOTLAND. PRdCEfepfNOS iifVhe JU^^ the SAtlONAL M6l�ift�eN^T of iSCOTtASb, ^Id at Edinburgh on lVt^iir�!)a|;Pllie46ih January. 1820; Present-Tbe Earl of >yemj* aud Mar^lh; fhe E�ri of Ttosebery; LoM BeliUven ; LiVr.f jRollo ; the Lt>rd Jnstipe Clerk ; UordRannalyiie; Sir Ku^eirt Dick, iif PreslMSeld, Barl.; Sir AIio�t ' The Right Hon. the �arl pf VtEMtSS ted: MARCH in the ClwTr. " ' TiieSecrelary stated that, agreuil^ l� OH ihltrocl'mas of Ibe Committee, cvolainedio tJntirH^"!^"'the ii^ July la�i; he hiid traflsmillcd t� the MUfiater* of the. tlhurch of ji^ the Rf^Wfm !^JI^ ija�iwfiffSii?eii�jt �ftif*)^ N=*[^'%�a^Xl*�tfonett,'^^:-E*ifi^ ' teva^.|asl,hi� Grace lhe:,l>ulleo^Atlm^HB the Chair. ?d^rf?^eR�s i 2 2 S 1 1 1 50 5 1 rf. -t> 0 >9 0 0 0 0 6 that the Commanding Officers of Volunteer .togalr and Yolooteer Corps wopld , also .lake such measaref.,/* mightya:pitear to them prpper for prbnidting tbia'great'-ha-i tiohal otijrrt. 2Jly, thit the additional list of subscriWrra en�hl ]� he published. And Sdly.TSe Committee ricom-. mrml  til ibeir Secremry Mt � continu*- his txertioiis ill pro-^mutiaC *ttlKC'uns in every rtitectioii. ... OB.,lbiB siiggestiou Iif Lord Rollo, the Earl of Kiiinuu|'* nai^^ Was added In the Ciinimii tee'. '. ' Ori (be million nf tUe Eiirl �f Rosebrry, the ihaikT of the, .ileeting leere unanimnnsly voted to the JEarl-of Wcmyss, and March, for his conduct in the Chair. The Coinioilt'eiL were also pleased to express thanks IP Iheir Sepretary* for Ihs foiilinued �eal and cxertiuns in promoting the cause of tbe^fslipnal Mdtiumeui. ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. iBT, LAVKM. � Cunntess of Moray.................'...... 6 Lady Ann Stuart......................... l>aiW Grace Dnuglaa,................... ' Ladly Sha* Stewart.................... ;. tady AhirrcroBiby �'...... LBstyrSlaeOregar^Blan'ky.-.............r... '. The Hooiuwabte'^rs. B�^.^. iV......... i |;#ke^^HiraBiirable U tsii'Ro^lft Miss Aytuuo............................. Slisa M. Aytonn........................... 'Miss Isabella Ayftan.............'......... Mrs. Crawford............................ -Miss Greig.............................. The Hun. Afrs. Hunter. :................... Miss Marion Wilson, Murrayshal|.......... Miss Lilly \^llson, ditto.................. Miss Janet Wilson, dillp.................. ' 2o, SOBteslfeR a!1D OeSTtSMEH. The Right Hun. Lord Douglas..............100 The Right Hon. ihe Earl ofitralbmore......100 -ord Calville ...................... 80 Loid Forbes................;............. 25 Lord Chief Comihisslonr'r ...;.............. Messrs. Pate and Copper............. Mr. Clugston .............Iutnsb, Great King.street.............. Maitlaiid Gibson, Esq. of Clifton Hall... *. 0 0 0 % 5 3 a a 2 9 2 0 tr'- 8 .2 1 : 1 1 0 0 0 0 ft 0 1 :4 0 0 0 0 i9 60 . 0 bo 1 25 50 25 Sir lllay Campbell, Bart.................... 50 - - - 60 50 25 25 3 5 2 3 1 5 General Sir James Baird, Bart. -. Wauch'pp, Esq. of Eilmonstone.......... Peter Speirs, Esij. uf Catcreich.............. Alex. Smith, Esq. Banker.................. Aleif. Donglas, Esq. W5................... Johq Marshall, statuary.................... Jame* Millar, M.D. Brown's-square.......... Wm; j^l- Lizars, 3, James's.squai-e .......... Pavl^ Alexaoder, writer, Edinburgh ........ Ale*.%tMi^n) Esq. AssislanUCommisiary-Gen. . Mr. iiPo�ell"i Edinburgh........ 1 1 5 SO 35 1 1 1 � 1 I t 3 3 Wm. Vfemsoa...................... Stajiir.Cbairtes: Leaax Cumaing, of Roseisle .. Col. 4letBBder MacGregor Murray.......... Lewijf Gordon, Esq........................ John p. Brpwo, Esq. W.8................... .Atexs^Mer Bpog, 1�, 8t,.4ndsfwVati�cl...... i^6�i?lgh> Oraitee, an4 otieia. Hi^ly.flavouied Pine-Apple Rom, Ditto . Pined and Orange Shrubs, Ditip Pined Braiid| mait* i Hist* the* Mfl.flavpnr�a �Brandy pf. tbe; Vmtage of I80S, RulUfdam Geneva, of tbe make pf the nme Yiariiwttb fvery olber Belci'lpllbn of Spirit* of good Qu*-Uiiet. ibenbettCalMMed' i�i'tiii�ini6fe ilit dWec'fipf llteseF'Reip-tuiioni, nd^|!f^lherec^imIIi#udalioil0^tfeiGe^lertl Ails&i- blyj .aBiOieCaii^niifiee alw ptfirgnH �lid.tci�n�jl�n�,'mp� HOUSE OF LORDS, Wednridat, Feuruary 23J The Lord Chancellor came dotrii to tbe Houiie at ten o'clock in the morning to 4iear Appeals, but the parties not being in attendance, liis Lordship retired. His Lordship, ot half-pait three o'clock, took hia seat on the. Woolsack. The Earls of CHARLEVItLG,'jRIUET,8nd Ross* LYN, took the oaths. Sir Henry Piirtiell brought up from the House of Commons, th* Irish PoH .Regulation Bill. PAPERS. Mr. Hutchioson* from the Bunk of England, presented Papers containing the amount of Notes iaiiued by the Bank, from the 5th of January 18I9> to the 5th of January 1830. Mr. Johnson, fromthe London Dock Company, presented some Papers relative to the accouati of the Company. A Gentleman from the Secretary of Stale's OfBce in Ireland, presented certain Papers Teapect-ing Commitments in that country. AJr. Brogden brought up from the House of Commoua the Annual iiidemniiy Bill. THE BOROUGH SUSPENSION WRITS BILL. The Earl of CarnakVON gave notice that he wotild on Friday iiiove that the Borough Suspension Writs Bill should be reid a secontt time, and that their Lnrdships ahould be stimmoneti for that dayjrr-.A greed to. The Earl of Shaftesourt presented a Petition . from the Electors of the Baroug'i of Birnstapie, praying that they might be heard by Coiinsel at the bar, against the Boriittgh Suspeiision Wiits BUI, Which wtis read, and ordered to be laid'oil the table. RSSOiStfTIONS rOR CONTINUING PUBLIC lAqi-S. Tie Earl of. L.A{iDk!ipAi.B inoved,^^ l|iat their' Lordship* stiould be tumrooueci )br to-morioiv,'as ^,b�i iititeRlied So siii^iiirt to the consideratitiii of their i>di-dshipSi di' proponiiun, relatitre id the 'Resold^ tiuna pf the othiirflouke,. granttog thie.Ute�upplit� tsmitke np the.de.ikumcie* for-the^finbHc .aervit^ beii^ei^r*>.buli be wished to prenerve tbe prerngatir i .of ibejr.Lordahtp'; and tiot have it nnHp a t'f*^"' -dent .�lirnp*rr another .dissolution of Pai'i-ni nt was deeiiied iitec'>snry. The L""'e'�" cided ilial cer^fiiin appufties, xliouid ceB�e; "but by the Rirsololiutis of the other House they were to be contiiiuetit The Ear! of LiVEnPtjpi. said, ihijt a Messajje b^'l been received by'both Houses Irum his IVi i-jpsljr; anii tliey, fey tUeir Addresses, had pleiljpd themselves to grajit the sup||Iif!S in the nin.it exiif-ditinus muiiner. Tlie other Honao cunceivrd. tliut colitinuing I^ik'Acs by Resolulio!i tv:is. ibe lirst manner of perforniiii^ the plrrlxe they had given Ihe TiWoiie in their Atldres-; aii�olve Parliampiit. It was pniirely a novel and he believed an ijnpr�>c*-dented course. Without at this moment enleriiig in'o any view of the diinger of snch a rou'Sf, it whs of the utmost (Consequence to prevent it f'nin being drawn into a precedent. tl made Parliament, in frfct, a party to their own dissolutioij. -They were thecefore abatiilooing, witfl their own knowledge of the roiiscqnei-.cs their' iin-qnestiunable right, in rommun with the o'her fiotise of Parliani-'nt, of discussiiitc the fitnees uf the BTKiits, and of their appropriation for the public service. Wh^n they came b:-fore tlirir I>ordiliii;9 ill the regular Bills generally sent op from tii� other House, then ihey had nn opportunity, wlncli by the mode now taken wus denied to theni^ of considering the fitness and propriety of aucft grants. The Earl of LaUDERDALE said, that "o f.ir from the explannlioii of the Noble Earl opposite (Liverpool) giving him any satisfaction on this occafon, it had had qnile a contrary effect upon his miud. It now appeared that, by a Message from the Crowif, the func tioiis of Parliament were renderrd uniif-ce^sary, and the advisers ofthe Crown tliougitt this course was according to precedent. The consequence of this course was, that by a resolution of the other House the whole proceedings nf Parliament h.id been finished. The Noble Earl was in error when he said that on former occasions a reso-Ititioo had been adopted. He woultl btj-prepared, on the contrary, to shew from their Journals, that there were many insisntres where such int^itioqs expressed by the Crown were (hirried into elFecl by Bill. . The Earl of DoNODOHMORE said, that what badjjut fallen from the Minister of the Crown satisfied him of the propriety of the conr�e siiggesled by his Noble Friend.. The Noble Eirl o(ipo�ii� said that their Lordships ought to di�pen�e wiih their usual proceedings, -because the step alluded lo had originated elsewhere. Now for. that very reason he thought they ought not to ili-pe.ose wilh trol over the apjiru-Tbe reason ^iveii forstheir not discussing that appropriation w��,.iif all others, the one which ought most to indnce then* to discuss such a subject. The Noble Earl hxd alluded to the Message from the Throne, but (the Earl of Donoughmore) conceiveii that Message merely to have communicated to them, timt, under existing circumstances, a short time couii-ble should be spetit in their discussion. Surely it never meant to convey a notion lhat they wese to dispense with the power they had over Ibeir oiumI' proceedings. He would therefore say, thtt afttsr what had passed, their Lordships ought to be particularly cautious not to give up the' pawer they were constitutionally rested with over their own deliberations. The Earl of UiTERPOOL begged to expts^n. t^at he never meant to say that the Message froni.^Jte Crosrn �-as.a ground uf justification &r.jhe^oarse he iotepcled to propose lo their Lordshipf v-Wt.ttiat. th-Jt Message, when accompanied by tbeir^'i-titn^ ships'answer to it, formed the groiindieA'ffhisc}^-they were to stand justified. A Mes��ge from the Crown alone, he agreed, could not commit tti^ on this jor any other occasion. It wes iierftjnt no more. The Annual Mutiny Bill was then reMiaJcit and secoud time. MILITARY FORCE. , Earl GrosVENUR expresseil at) ansioDft desire to know whether it was the intention of h�s Majesty's Gevetnment to keep up the additioual military force which had beep voted Ui.1 year by Parlia-ment. He hoped it whs not seriously"Un^ndeJ to keep, upauch an additional force \ij�iir the presomt

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