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   British Press (Newspaper) - March 13, 1820, London, Middlesex                                r THR.COMAljTTEE f..rswHlucii.ie,U}? ttg-i!t.I?CT^O^f .>ni.p" H.m: d. t.A.M� rr�ppclfuUy in. form tlie1ilP*(n�of Wc�tmittst*r. fftitt llii- I�0Li;tK<1! Four  o'CJuck,  ami my early A(leinl]nicu ot Mr. Fri�Tid�l� (Ai-iWil.-tHy l^iipj'^i.':'     ' i.. � nf4.�rert,;Swan Tavprii, Britl�P-�lr�l'; VTliWe lh*nir. _Pi(>ilict>; No Biiu.l.jir.fl; aud thfcjCieuerr'l Coi^. inUfec-'Roiim, at 42j Kins-ilirVi. Ciivpiil-garrlrB, wlirre all eiintmuni�u�h>ii4 n^''i>fiiii�'ilie li^^criun >rHI b'e rKanknnly '       ' �   � y;  4 MII.F.S. Srrrclary. .�f^4^|a(j|K#iyi!^'^^'M�^^ to Ilie'Pofl, OieCuinoiitlre uiili the iilmiist coiifiileiicc a.sonre � tlie Hrrtors'rWl iimlfrdie lipoVinli-hitinre of'�lie I'oHro and Parish Ctifiatnblcs, .who are nin-ays jii altPntlanre, A free atitl ttn(fi^/ur^ lf*.t li;tslpn� tn B closf!, a� nn Tuesday Next ilip prP5i!enl F.lpptioii finally, will pni>e they will iiol be wasted hy a momeiil's relaxation. 1 have the.-liouonr to be, Ocnili'mcn, Your faithful anddit-oled Seri'ant, ROnF.llT WAITHMAN. nnildhall, .Munday, MareJi l.l, IS'lO. The CtMuauKee for evoduetiu'^ Mr. Waiibmau's F.lectiou sit daily at the Guildhall Con'ee.houve, where his frienils are requested lu call us Ihcy procred lo Ihe Poll. �: ��1,' ir;; ..issc^li! f'-jT!!*!'-',' ^. I- * �o+a4r.R'*ipife-'tirO�l{* BB:N>ft�TIStS, (By Order)'i; .... �   :- ,.ti ii;i*�V.i:,-.i-^!fonp}, YOUNG, K^cptr. ' :A..mymiiOin..md gfm3?J>^Y,t,ftko BA.^K. of I'l T ? JtSlli iu�ML�f.^t,,;El��eii. .�'Glui^k in the , Foreuoitn, lo oiiiaidrr. nf a UIVIOjEiNp.; when llxre will 'Hi'KliH.uh��M''itf'^tlil' ciinsii�erfifint� ijf Ite Proitririoro the exJi*die�s,of pte�i)fi,Han^lJI>R-EsS i�t\tX>N Dt+LENCE on the DEATH .ur>, un WEDNESDAY, the 12lli April next, for the ELECTION of TWEN lY-FOlIR DI- -KECTt)RS (which will al�> he oW of the itnavlerly General Courts appninied- by liic Chtirter)f ami lite Elecltou of the Twenty four Dircdora will be dndured �s ��ou a> the Stfiuliny is over. I'riuled l^ista of the PrnpridfiTir having votes will be rea*ly ti* be delivered at the. Rank on Thursday the 23d iu-tanl. ROBERT BEST, Secretary. N. B.-By an Act passed in-the srvenllr year of the reign of his late Majesty, no person will be eiitited to vote at the saf^il Eleciion who shall not liavt- been Six Calendar Months _ possessed, iu his own right, uf Ihe .Slock for which he shall then %\ve hii vole, unless ilie iiiid Stuck.shall hare been acquired, or shall have cufne hy liequeat, or by marriage, or by �ncce9�io� to an lirleslale's Estate, or by the custom of Ihe City of l.i\nduii, or hy �ny Ueed of Settlement after Ihe de4ll) of any i*erson who shall liave been culilled for life to he Dividends of such Stock. raiHLS EVENitfa, MONLJCAV, nij{Wl\ 15, ; bis Majestv's Scrrahls will jperform, 7lh tlBiCi , Diaina) in fire hct�, ralU>il �* � f*' - TH� HEBREW. -   ^ 'Founded on a j>iiuripal .Incident in tlic Inst new Ifbvel of �   '     Ivahboe.] � .      f The principal Characters fay Wessrs. Kean, Holland^ Pope, I��Ve�,-Halhblini frenlejf,'^; Cooke; Oxbtrrf-, Tiitfmjiwn, Harley, Mrs. W. Wect, uiriUiss Care*. In Act V. a Jubilate Deo, by Mrs,Bland, Mis* Pay/pBicc. Tbe Prolaguc.lo. be spoken by Mr. Barnard, ifje Epilugue ' byWrs.Orger. ,     ' Afler whicli, 35t1t time, an entirely new Com-c Pantomime, ,    �    .�        ^    Ths Ogre, Mr. Hildton; Jack,,iUiss Po.vejj aflrrwards War-l�(;uin,.Mr. Bolagniv; Pdntaloon, Mr.'Bartlariri; Clown, Mr.., Colundiine), SJiss Tree; Arita^.-tioud GeDm oflbe. Harp, jdiss Edwards; Nigra,Ogre'i Wifeaad Evil Genius, .Mr. .>Ie-radilli. � .' A grotetqjie Pas Deux, by Messrs. Bulygtta and Soutfaby. Ji Pos Scnlbj Miss Tree., , The Doors will be opened at Half-past Si;c o'Clockthe PeiformSrtce will comniencc precisely if Se^eii. Duxes ,7s.; Second Price 3s. Cd.-Pit 3s, ffd.; Second Price 2�,if^Lowef Gallery 2i;; Second Price U-^t'pper Gallery Is. ^Second Price 8d. Tbe #o]f Office will be open from Eleven till Five o'clock - Places to be taken of Mr. Rodwell, Box BoOk-Uteprr. To-morrow, the Coineily of .A Cni-e.fpr the Heart Acbc, The Hebrew will be repeated on Tlinrsday. I\lr. nraham, Mr. Incledon, and Madame Vestris, will reappear iittmediately after Easier. THJiATItE-ROYAt, QOVEKT-nAllDHS. THIS EVENING, MGNDAy,: March "i3, will be acted, 5th time, a new Musical Drama called l^iW4H0E.: Or, THE KNIGHT TEMI'I.AU. Ivnnhne, Mr. C. Keinhle; Sir Regiuald Front da Hauf (Kiiifhl Templar), Mr. Macready; Sir Brian de Rois Guil-hcr(, >Ir, Connor'; Sir Maurice dc Bracy, Mr. Duruset; Sir r.nras BeauAianoir, Mr. Chapman; Cedric of Rolherwobd, Mr. Kgertoi'jW'iimba, Mr. Lislon ; Friar Turk, Mr. Emery, Isaac (the Jew of York), Mr. W. Farreu. Ruweua (a'Suxun Princess), Miss M.Tree; Elgitha, Mrs. Lislpu; .Ulrica, Mrs. Fuucil; Rebecca (the Jew's Daughter), Miss F.i'ole. M'iiU the revived Interlude (written by G. Colmaii, the Elder) called THE MANAGER IN D1STRE.�. .B.-The Box-Office is open daily, and the numerons Candidates for Places (at Mr. IM.'s Entertainments) may be as>urrd that th?ir Seats will be secured on the first Evening of Mr. Malbews'a next Call of the House, on Mouday, April 3, 1820. SURREY THE.4TRE. OR MRS. HORN'.S   HEiNEFlT,  TO- .MOaROW, yUESDAY, March 14 (under the Patronage of tbe Marchioness of Worcester'aucl Lady Caroline Linih), will be presented a" .^rrio-comic-Melo-rb-anie, calird THE PRESIDENT and THE PEASANT'* DAUGHTER, The laughable Burtelta of TKICIC FOR TRICK. To conclude^by most irarlirular desiii) with the popular Kumance of THE ITALIAN WIFE. Tickets to be bad of .Mrs. Horn, 7, Bath-place, Brook-slr/et, Lambelb; and at ihe Tbealrf,'where Places may be taken. ENRY'S CALClNliD .MAGNESIA continues to be prepared wilh the most scrnpnlnni: rare and atienlion, by iMessr.s. THOMAS and WILLIAM riENRY, Manufacturing Chemists, Mancbctiter. It is sold iu buttles, price 2g. SJ. or wilh glass stoppers at 4s. 6d. stamp included, witb full dircrtions for ils use, by their various Ajeiits in the Metropolis, and ihronghunt the Uuited Kingdoms; but it caunol be genuine unless iheir uauirs are engraved on tbe Geverunient Slump,, whicb is fixed over the cork or stO|)per of earb bolile. Of most of Ihe Venders of the Magnrvia may be had, nu-Iheiiticated by a similar Stamp, HENRY'S AROMATIC SPIRIT of VINEGAR, the Invention of Mr. HENRY, and the only genuine Preparation of that Article. lAZARD ami Co. CONTRACTORS for the present LOTTERY, HAVE GIVEN FORTY THOUSAND POUNDS ADDITIONAL MONEY to the I'rixes heretofore alloaed hy Govenimpnl in Ihe Lotlery. By ihis arrangement ibey are not tuily enabled lu prcs> nt the Public wilti 303,.^00/.' Money and (,'uuso!.<:, a sum far txCi'iHing Ihe anion 111 of Prizes iu any former l.otleiy tvith Ihe like number of Tiikels, and which embrscts 103 CAPIiALS, iiiilnding FOL'H   ....Prizi8 of......�30,000 TtVO,......p. izes of......�20,000 TWO.......Prizes ..f......i'10,000 - 3 per Cent. Consols. Bnt also with a peculiarly novel feature in the Scheme, fuim-ed roR THE EXCLUSIVE ADVANTAGE OF EARLY I'UncilASEaS, by which SIXTY THOUSAND POUNDS? .Money, in 2,000 Prizes of 30Z. each, will be dislribiiled uti 'he Mih APRIL, by a Preliminary Drawing; and ilicse 2,UUl),l',izps of 30/. each will have, in addilinii to the 30/., Uie CiMuceuf all the Capitals anil other Prize's iu Ihe .Scheme, in Ihe same .inauiier as if they had not already been drawn 30/. Prizes. Tickets and Slmres are Selling by HAZARD and Go. Con-lf-ieiors, Rojal Excliange-gale; 2�, Comfiill;' iind 3�4,Ox. f'uJ-sireelJ Curlier of Swallow-slreet, LiUuip.-SuM by heisb, 19, Sifaud; Baeov, 159; Oxfordt strrel; Butler, tbcapsidej TutI, . Eiicliaiigt';-j�ud Witnl^ HuiburK. This day is published,, price 7s. iu boards, llie Second Edition of -rptlE LIF.E�nd STUDIES of BEN .J AMI N 1.   WEST, Esq. President of tbe Royal Academy of Loo-du'ii, jiriur 10 his arrival in'England,   Compiled froin Materials furnished by himself. ^ By JOHN GALT, Esq. Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, Sirand, Booksellers to Ibe Royal'Ataifeiifiy; and W.'Blackwood, Edinburgh. B>' whom also will shortly be pubbsbed, hy tbe same Author, ThcS.cond IVl ef Ibeabore Work, forming the Life and Works of Mr. West, snbsequeut l� bis arrival in England, alio compiled fiOrti Maleriials (urnislied by himself j with a Portrait .frum sii original Piclute.painted by Mr. West some years since.                                 ^ Jiidl.publii^bed. in 12mu. p^i�e 4s. 6d. THE   MOTHER'S   MEDICAL    ASSISTANT; containing Instructioiis. fur . the Prevention and Treatment ofllie Diseases of Infants and CliiUfren; By Sin AKTJ4UK ClJAlUtE, M.i>. &c,&c. "�T�rin1e3^!^^^i^f'^f^^^f^mb;it.street. THE NEW LOTTERY SCHEME. TBI.SH trsi.ecir�lty inforiii* iiis be^t Friends,  tbe Public, be faasL eudeavoured to condense Ihe Scheme of tbe New Lottery into such a compass that he might (o, Manchester. James WinierbniloOT, of Manehesler,' druggist, from .March28 to Aptil-ItVat len,>at tbe Sinr Jnu, Mancbeslcr. Robert Bleass, of Allriugclnro, Chester, i^ii^rjdealet from illarch 21 to April U, at fuur, ut the Wbit� B�ar liin, Slan-ehfsier. '.    . - '   . '    -    ^ . ... ' - '>^oim t^ion^'^'m^tttM^^'-mi\i$i: ^am otit^^,'. io April two, �nhe WjTib ^a�Sifti,^jj iV^ ,     .PRICED or CORM... , Arei^i^e Prices hf Corn of l-MtUM and' W'ales, bj the tuaHer n{ Eight Winchester fiuribiils "xd "f Oalioea! p � Quarter boll........... -r- --,............ w-efc ea.leil the 4lh of March, 1820. 							 						 � ig	 		- 5				-t"	 	- 5:	-q			*m	' 0 -	 	-.�. el	d.	d		s.  H	� *,  J	*. /f. � - m	40   f)	35   8	34   C	44   6	48   i.	-ii   I	 BVNKaUPTClES SUPERSE&eI), Thomas Tyr�ll Smith,  la'ie of Ramsddu-Crays, Essex,: butcher. Edward Raynev Woods, of Kelvedon, Ejsex, shupkiieprr. -    BANKRUPTS. William Proctor Hatch, of .Shipdham, Norfolk, tanner, to surrender, April I, 3,'and 22, al four,-''nt the Norfolk Hotel, Norwich. Attorneys, Messrs. Marston and Day, Nor. wicb; and Mr. Abbott, Roll's.yard, Chancery-lane, London. Alexander KeIly,'of the Colonsde, Pal|/mall, Middlesex, Jewell" r, to surrender, Mardr 18, at ten, 2.^, al eleven, nod April 2-2, al ten, at Onildball, London. Aliurney, Mr. War-rand, Mark-lane, Loudon, Michael Johnston Gray, of Ctninun-street-rnad, Middlesex, wine merchant, to surrender, March 18, 25. and A}>ril 22, at tvxelre, al Guildhall,'Loodoo. Allbriiey, Mr. Viveasb, Tokenbouse-yard, f,,otlibury. William Alarlin, lif Great Ormond-yard, Ormond-streel, Qnteii'-sqnarp, Midillesex,.lirery'Slable-kerper, to surrender, March 14, 25, and April 22, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney. .Mr. Viuceut, Bedford-street, Bedfoid-square. - John Henry Hopkins, of Liverpool, merchant, tofurren. der, April S, 7, and 29, at one. at the George Inn, Lirerpuol. Allurneys, Messrs. Blaekslock and Bnucr, King's Bench-walk, Inner Temple.lane, London; and Mr. Bardswell, l.i-. verpool. George VVilbee, late of Ellham, but now a prisoner iu Maidstone gaol, Kent,carpenter, to surrender, March 21, 25, and April S3, at ten, at Guildhall, LondoD. Attorney, Mr. Pearson, EIra-courl, Temple, Lnrfdeo. Grace,Wilkius, of'Bradford, Wilts, rictualler, to surrender, March 23,24, and April 22,at eleven, at the Greyliooiid Inn, Bath. Attorneys, Klessrs. Adlinglon aad Gregory, Bedford-row, London ; and Mr. .Gaby, Bath. James Dickenson, of M,arsh-side, Lower Edntdhlon, Middlesex, cattle-dealer, to surrender, March.SI, 25, and April 22, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Atturney, Mr. Gray, Tyson-pla^e, Kingsland-road. John Martin Langleyj of Newcastle-street, Strand, Mid. dlesex, apothecary, - lo surrender, March 14, 28, and April 22, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Hunt, Surrtj-street, London. Hannah Hay, of High-rOTV, Kensington Gnyel Pits, Ken. aington, Mid^ltsex, buardiug-lrause.keeper, to surrender, March 14, 38,'3ivi April 2-3^ at ten, airGuildh^-JixrudiiB. Attorney, Mr. Phitlit�, ICiog-ateeet, Cuvent-garden. Francis Cary Lillej, of Cupthall-buildings, Little Bell-alley, Culenian-slreet, London, tailor, I* surreodrrV March 18, at ten, 25, al eleven, and April 3-2, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorneys, Messrs. Knighl and Freeman, Basiiig;-ball street. Richard Doirn, of Bridgwater, Somerset, ironfminder, lo surrender, March 21, 22, and April 22, at eleven, al Ihe Angel Inn, Langpurt Eastover, Somerset. Altorueys, Messrs. Alexander and Huline, New Ian, London ; and Mr. Prankerd, Laugporl. Thomas Rosevear Hoggalt, of Boscaslte, Cornwall, draper, to surrender, April 4, 5, and 22, al eleven, at Ihe Hotel, Exeter. Attorneys, Messrs. Darke, Church, and Daike, Red Lion square, l.ondon; and Mr. Cox, Exeter, John Rogersoo, of Haidsliaw within Windle, Lancaster, auctioneer, lo surrender, April 10, at seven, II, al eleven, at the Fleece Inn, St. Helen's,and 22, at one, at ihe Legs of Man and Bull Inn, Presrol, Lancaster. Attorneys, Mr. Barnes,St. Helen's; and Messrs. Clarke, Richards,and Med. calf. Chancery-lane, London. DIVIDENDS. July 18. J. West, and T.J. Culfiford, of Great Winchester-street, London, insurance-brokers, at ten, atGaiblhall. April 9. W. Blackburn, of Ibe City-road, Finshnry-sqiiare, " Middlesex, coriwdealer, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. April I. G. Laing, of Ihe Commercial Sale-rounts, Minciug-laue, London, merchant, at ten, at Guildhall. April 8. W. Jarman, jon. of Knightsbridge, Middlesex, paper-hanger, at one, al Guildhall. London. April 10. W. Whilehouse,and J. Galan, both now or laie of Liverpool, merchants, atone, at the George Inn, Dile. street, Liverpool.- April 11. B. Gray, of Liverpool, merchant, at one, at Ihe George Inn^ Dale-sireet, Liverpool. April 8. T.Herherl, of Chequer-yard, DoWgate-bill, London, colton-merchanl,at one, al (ji.uildball. April 8. J. King, of Neath, Glamorgan, ironmonger, at two, at the'Royal Hotel, Birmingham. ^ April 18. W. Dickie, of Little St. Thnmas Apostle, London, merchant, al twelve; at-Guiidhall, London. Aprils. G. Elmer, of Mistley, Essex, merchant, at ten, at Guildbiiil, London. Aprils. T. Norris, of While Uart-yard, Drnry-laue, Mid. dlesex, victtiatler, at leu, al Gnildball, London. April I.J. Budgen, lateof Darlfurd, Kent, paper-maker (but now a Ptisuner i� the King's Bench Prison),at ten, ar Guildhall. April 6. J. Alherton, of Liverpool, hosier, at one,,al the George Inn, Dale-street, Liverpool. April 8. D. Griffiths, of'Cautirbury, Kent, draper, at twelve, al G^uildhall, London,; �  � April 4. J. Berrey, of Exeter, carpenter, at eleven, at Ihe Half Moon Inn, Exeter. April 4. G. Wood and 'I'. Wood, of Oldswinfnn^ IVorces- icr, .suade and shovel-makers, at eleven, at the .Wheat Sheaf Inn, Bewdley, Wuiceslcr. CEftTlFiCATE.'^APRlJ. 1. J.S.Carler.of Livertioo^-nterchant.-J. M'Lean,of I.amb-slreet,SpilallietdB, M'tddlesex, pulato-merchaqt.-T.Collins, of Drury-laue, Middlesex, grocer.--W. Wo^�ll,^f Liverpool, i�erchant.i^J. Gaily and W. Gaily.-6^ AVallis, of Chrlleuham, Gloucester, builder.-T. O. St. Gedrge Smith, of Rolherhiihe, Surrey, cork-raanufaclvtrer.-.M, 'Ilas�, of Ashboriie, Derby, ma'll'ster-VV. Wcsl.of Feversh^m, Kent, carpenter.-C Eardly;'ofSr'ockpbft, Chester, eottHli-ipinuer. -J. Barlow, of'MaiKrhtnler, irtn-keper.-.J.'1'olfer, of Ash; b.imos Derby, dealer and chapman. ^   PARTWEKSaiHS D1SS(>LVED.  W. Easton and W. BvEatton, af Coxes-quay^vfee? er Thames-Birett, lightermen, Jannary 1, 18W*-f'>V. Baiiley, and C. King, of Basinghill-street, Loudon, cluthiera; ii� lar as regards P. King, Jaunary.l,I820-rT. Dew�, W. Leach, and J. Dance, of Hampstead, Ati F .SUGAR.    ' , , ; The. average price ufBtowaur Mnscovado Sugar, torn-pftedrni'm lli� Retiirua tnjdieiiu the weck'^'diMji       8th day of Jfarch 1820, is 35s< 5d. per huiiiU-ed weiKlit, sit. .. ^ ..  .       ^   . '  ii-s��ii      "T-.   .-^� ��> Alderman 7�hurp............... Alderman Waiihmaii..............2,203 � The iintlfication of tilts diiy's im.ll vi.a> it-Ceifesf with the iici-liiination^ of the I'rieuds of ilie; -tenjec* live rHiidid.ilea. , /     -f . Mr. Wit.sox came forwnrd and leliiriied tii�iill iirrd'iheai, tliiit if they did liiin tlifi lioiiour of coufntiii); tlipif interests to his C�re, lie vlipuld .�tjvi-r, uiiiuindlBi of tlieir kiudiie*:', -dtid llify wutitd ,ir nil ticnis ftml him ready lu promote llieir best and Iruesl ri-jii* and iiilercsis. - (/Iy>p/aj/j!f.) Mr. Aldenuiiii VVpoo tie.xt ciime forward, was loudly ciieered.    He  liiaiijied his friei.d* for 1 the iiii-re-.ised eft'otts they hud in.uie iliisd;iy in J hehulf.    It wus a )>|>oiiI>iueoii,s niid Mii{)r '( tlie two fast thiys of the. fjiriiier eleClioii. . Thf |ieo|ile would e^t-r (ind him re.-nly to promote Ihi-i-r idierties aiid iudepfiidence, und he couIi^.hih to ihut lesjipct be too often iruohled eiiht-r tJi iiublic i*r liriv;iie ill llieir cause.-(fJrent applaiiie.J   n Mr. T. Cunris (the eon of tlie worthy flaroii*') came forward lo rdu.-ii thaijksjii ijie najpjB of,,fa- ^ater effort!,,'for t- �hivh te filled, tukeii ample cure that means nhoiild, be  to.-vided on Monday tu secure 11 free access to trv�i:y Liveryman coming to.the poll de.k.-{^Appfmve.J Mr. Aldermui) THt>Ri� came forwaitl,- �|id was received wilh loud approbaliun. IJcgratcftilVy at-Icnuwledged the liberal uod unbiassed support which had been this day conferred upon liiui. .VVlirn he utidrrlook this contest, he did it under Ihecunli-dence that their liberality and spirit coulinue^l, thit ucca^'ioii, as hioh ami u� marked us �t ihr iwt election. He hoped, that since Ihal pcciud Mollune bad occurred which forfeited their good oipiiiiaD u/ him.-[Cries of " a" and opplauje.)-He bjid faithfully and atrenuoii>ly persevered in tlie >aint! l>rinciple� which, were lir&t honoured with tl^ir u{.>-probation, and he was happy to udd, that iirmly cue half of the Gentlemen who came to.iiie poli had split their voien with him, und iberetiy ma-s.i-] ies'ed the continuHiice of their atiuchine>a.-/'�p-piause )-It wa� true, tiiut in too' many iti�tanc  oiiponentf wi^je vlao iuclitded in iliein. tie lamented that ilie yoteii hud..been oh-taiiitid und divided in such a (nunuec,; but. he believed the fact wu�, titers was 110 wiiiittujidiug iti� interest which had been broug))l to be:ar upoiU.t|'e voters. H� did nut yet despttir of final saCQe - [applause.) ! .a-lr. Aldrrmttii Waithman came forward,.afl4 whs loudly and repeatedly cheered. .JEirsuUf,. tlt4t noiy'ithstandiog.hlil silnutipn on this.day's,pol|, ttlf observation he inade yesterday had beep fully Justin* fied. Ke hud this day polled l&O nioire lhait he polled on the fiflh day of liie last; e|eclioii. lJe� sides, they nhould recollect this vyns Sxtutd-iy, � day uiort onfavouruble for the voters \n. hi euiutive ol] the trading interest,;uii . To that class he owed his elevution, and u|K>.u tittiH. he iuinl uuw depeHil for his �iip(.'prl. Iii uiakiii^ these observations, he hy no meai"> oteanl, lo e�cj any (idiuiu u|iuii the banking or mercuu.ldtiiiteiesnii maii];uf whoit) liad honuured him willt >hc)r:*uppi;rl4 So lar as respected hiiuM-ll", the result, was f>f lilllc jDousetjUeticc; if succeskful, il wiiuld noi, so far tiit lll� private'ease was considered, be-of any iiioiuet)* lo him; btti he tnuiif^hi it would be ul luuch in�r B|ient lo their own jnterests lo �iip:p. rl that iiidje nnd liis oppo'iieiii Ihe reuwinV d�r. The worthy Ahiertnai*^ then ;'liui)j!tl t� (iii; Ufisate, altackiS, whith: had. been j.naile, ujiqir hiiti by Some person* iu ihe interest of 'his oppoiieuis.   

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