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   British Press (Newspaper) - March 14, 1820, London, Middlesex                                �NuiwBER'5388. LAND, /;adt�^ 4i*ST,^KiJJj^.S, . ''ilii'. 'Blli'JSVclicin tit' ffit' 711) THEATRB-ROYAL, J)HURY-t4IS'/i. HIS EVENING, TUESDAY. March 14. his ftlajesty's Servairts will perform the Comedy of A CORE FOR THE HEART ACHE, Sir Hiirbcil Slanlcy, IMr. Powell; Chnrles Stanley, .Mr.' r.iriinril; Vori(\, Mr. Gnltie; Young RH|ii er Gallery la,; Second Price fid. The Box-Officewillbc open from Eleven till Tive o'clock -Pliiccs to-be taken of Mr. Rodwell, Bux'tiook-keeprr. On Thur.iday,-the Tragedy of King Richard\ tKe TJfird, Willi Jack and the Bean Stillk. , .Mr. Braham, Mr', incledaii, and Mndaml; Vestfis, will reappear immediately after jLasler. � \ THEAi'RE-noYAt, COVli^T-aA1('ma�.    . ' rflHIS EVENINiG. TUESDAY. M�rch u, JB-    will be acted, iSth lime, a new .Mnsiral Ui'nuia catletl THE ANTJQUAUY, Jonnlhan Oldbnrk, Mr. Lisloii; CaxoD, ItTr, Blanchard ; I.ovfl, Mr. Durnset; Sjr Arthur iTardonr, Mr. Chupm.in; Edie Ocliilire, Mr. Emeiy; Lord Gleiiallan, Mr. Terry ; Htc. till- M'lnlyre, Mr, Abbott. Miss ]�ab�lla Warilooi-, Miss SrepheuB; Miss Mnrja. M'lotyre, Miss MHtIluw�; Miss Gri�r|da Oldbnck, Mrs. Davenport ; Etspeth of the Crai;;-hurnfuot, Mra, Faucil. ^Vill^ ihe revU-ed Interlude (written hv G. Colman, the Eldtr) called THE MANAGER IN DISTRESS. .Manaper, Mr. Chapman; Bustlef'no, Mr. BiHnc!).-in); Irish-cnan in the Pit, Mr. Connor.; F^ady in the Boxes, .Mrs. Ux-vpiiporl; Oenileman on the Sla^e and in the Bo.\cs (�iih new and^viirious lAiitatious), Mr. Yates. - After tvhicli, I3th time, a new Farce, r.iHed TOO LATE FOR OINNER. The principal Characters by Messrs. Jones, l.islon, Con-niM-; Blaiicljard,.Emery, Mrs. Davenport, Miss Foote, Miss UenumuMt,and Mi.'s Green. -     ' The Doors will he opened at Half-past S\x o'clock, and the Play bejin al-Seven. Boxes 7ii..;.Secood Price 3s. 6it-Pit 35. 6d.; Second IVice 2s.-Lower Gallery 28,; Second Price Is.-Upper �Gallery Is.; Second Price 6i. A i�JTivate Uox may be had for the seasoo, or nistilly, of Mr.Bruiidon, at the i^ox office. The Manager in Distress, and Too Late for- Dinner, will be repeated e.very rv^iiini;.. Qn Thursday, lvaul�}e,�v Tlve Krtiglil Templar. GENERAL .ELECTION. WESTMINSTeil ELECTlOy. fi'- MxTch, JH20. . IHE COVLVHTTEE for rn,,I..,Mi.,tj the KE- ELECriON of Ihe. Hon. G. LAMB rrsprclfnUy iir- form the KliTliira of VrrslcniiiBter, that llie POLLING h*a COM.MENCEU, and will continne evt-rv dnv friMii Nine liU , . , ,  '   s     .i^-i'    '       ,-<...�.* Four -o'Clnck,  �.d an csrlv Al.e.^dance li Mr. Lambs    '"T-r'.^'f 'm '^ull'r^tml^^l'^ Friend, is ,,nrli,ut,irly .roueM'...!.  i V m n't^Vri^i'^*^ *\i i^^ V ' V P.r�chial0.mr.W,rrsJ,,l,.ily..tlhr-f�llowinsPhu-p.:- i .^^^ DIRECT ^^l^t^^X, the M s CulIVi'.liuuse, D.'nii.slriil, .SaUo ; AHgc-.l Inn, St. '        ' . Clt'iuent'S ; fJnelVn, .Ivj tnyii->:lr(il  Ftnlifh t'(i(t.ie-hoiii>-, Corkspur-fclrpi'i ; .Sw.ni Tuvern, Britl^e-fli.ieel; While H cs�', Pimiico; No lt>3. iS'fM- -Buuil-slj-rel ; pn i�. milfe^Koom, ai �I-2, Ivin^j^lrci'l. ('uvenl- ip'cju.;; ihe Hli-ctinu will be lliaiikfully received and atlendcii to. � -    ' i   .- A. MILES. S.-rrrti>ry, TJpporls havin* been rircuUlei) wliirh li�ve had tlie eflVct of delcrrios ni'-iuj of ^Ir I .tunh's. frieoiU fvtn>\ cvnuivi* iip to (he Poll, tin-Cipinniiifcc w i(h ilie iilnmsl rcinfideiK-e assore the Etecinft-s, (hit�� VI.Lt,MM T4m)R~M0K�Y,. F-sfl.^ . THU.M.AS REll>,feq ^ � JOsfel'ft. DiVRT, Src^etar^'. ISAMi OF EiV ^x';s' poll,' Mokdav, M.if.cii is. Tiie crowd Wiis tjiiiisiiBllv niimefott* inflie vici-! iiity of t;ip liustiiig".- Tl'it're was iiT'coiisViiuent'e ! snmi; iViffiruhy of acceSatosVards the cl(rsiO(; of the [  6H, and orderV^istiot sij easily presfcO'ed as Vi 'revii)u:t rtiiy.^i'  '    ' '''The tmnrber* aintotiirctfu were- ' For Rlr Francis ffiVriletl-'i'........1,'fi53 J.C mibhduiiei' Esq: . 1 ',?>W Hon. G. Lamb..-.......-------- -8b� St F. BpBDB-ri^ uddrt-sst-d-rtte-'w^si-ml.lv firn, uftrt ihHapp\au�^h"�Si|>re.sei>i[?e';efc&|i^tff,!*^^Vif'''i'ied. "He coiigrataUtted tbeelectorslsSli^fir^.iiHitilaiued tli'ff-biicb-'i'ia.tioii' oil thfc-|)6lt/#fr#'it-i^i lf-s whicHi h-i^'e Iiren polled this flay, I^liitd roys("lf io'capiible of ixprcssiint my deep sense of graliliiile for the very tsrje poilioii of iJi-dt number which you have been pleased til covfrr u pon nw. Fro'in Oie e. ent  LAyE,: -LAST NIGHT RUT ONE OF THESE PERmRM-ANCES DURING LENTi rpd^iWORRQW   EVTENIN'G;' WEDNES- JL    DAVi MarchdS, a GRAND SELECTION of ANCIENT AND MOtWEKN MUSIC. Under the'direction of Sir Geoirge Smart, from llieWorlts' of Ihe most esteemed Composers, Ancient and Modern, iii which will be repeated, in coii.seqoenCe of Ihe di.sllngni.'-hpd apptansc on Wednesday fvenintj last, some of4he pirc�s fVoni Moxart's celebrated Operas. The first four pieces in Part Flrsi will be performed in ihe fi))tb�i,iiij order:- Pari I. Grand OverlKrc (Romber�:l; Air (wilh v.irialiims), .Mrs. Salmon, " My Lodging is on the cold Ground Quar-li'llo and Choriis, ' m " Balshazzir" (Handel); " The Rise, Progress, and Dtcay of Empires" (Luther's Hymn); Air, " Thi' Sun his brijjht rMys" (Bcaham); Duet wilh Mr. Nelson, " Di'ep in a hollow (;icn" (Horn); Duet wilh Miss M. Tree, " La ci darem" (Mozart); Miss M. Tree, " Hymn of Eve," and Air, " Let ihe brisjht .Seraphim" (Handel); Mr. Pyne, New Aria(.MS.) "Ah ciie trovar" (SosiierJ ; Miss Goodall, Aria, "Gialias ajfimus tibi" (Guglielmi); Clarionet Oblicrii", Mr. Wil-liains, Sccna, " Non paveutar" (Zanbcrfliile), iVInzirt; Miss Pcivry, Air, " Let nie wander;" and Air, " O'rr llie Fields;" Mr. Goulden, "Jehovah crown'd" (Handel). Some Grand Choruses will be introduced, wilh a Molelt, composed by Horslcy, i\I.B.; Beethoven's firsi Hymn, fioin his rehbraled Muss; and for the .ItsI lime al these perfiirmances, from the Hjmno Lusilauo, co^npoeed by Bonitempo, Ihe Duke of ^Velli^frlon's Grand illarch and Chorus, " Lmid iJiio' the vjhII of Heaven;" the I'oetry wrilleu f.ir the orrasinn by the Rev. J. Wood. Al Ihe eml nf the First Part, Miss Sharp n ill, liy de.sire, repent ihe Fjiniasiii (H.iip), which was receiv. rii "ilh Ki-iat applause on Wednesday eveiiin: last. In ciinsiquence of the jieal altraclioo and continued np. pr:iu.�", Ihe pprfor�niiire will conclude wilh Bet Ihoveirs (;il.A.ND BATTLE SI NFONI A, for which the Orch..stra wiII be Buij^nieuted lo or-arly 2()0 Perfnnnrrs. Boxes and Places may be taken at Ihe Theatre, from Eleven 10 Five. GENERAL ELECTION. R. MAi'HEWS NOP AT HOME until EASTER MO.V.DAY. The Nobility, Gentry (Lite and fuliire Members of Parlla-menl, and ihe Free and Independent Electors of Middlesex, ^Vestminster, ].x>udon, and Bnruue^h of Southwark), and the J'uhlic at large, are most respeclfiilly informed lhat (in coii-teipiencp of I'e general struggle fur Places and Seals elsewhere) Sir. Malliews's Parlies at the Theatre-Royal, Eni;lish Opera House, .Strand, will be suspended until the Returns �if .\]enibers-to Parliament, and the* Return of their Fami-liri; to Town, N'.B.-Tlie Gox-0(Ece is open daily, and the numerous Candidates fpr Places (at Mr, M.'s Entertainmenta) may !c assured that lh?ir Seats will be secured on the fir'st r.veniug of Mr. Malhews's next Call of the House, on 'fonday, ^ipril 3, 1620. "v.;(iPNCINE COFFEE. JBiiCOjySid CO, ol the COFFEE MART, it^er-Ureel, Snow-hill, London (established hy theAV^T^^U^^^M^i^tanls and ^PUnlers, ISH), bes re-fj'ieclftijIjrtol^l^^JjSibjIitv, Gentry, and Public in ge. niral, xhf^tttit^^iMii^m^^'^n&A Dnlch Coflee, roasted, al 3�. 3d. per.Jb.VJfcjfc^ Do. 3s. dfl.-DiJacon "lid Co. bes lo:a.i,i^|^^**^'"-^   - '-------" ��- -- fiilfnily depeuirtjU'^iav Illy, and Ibe fiaeskr' >H|ipli�d with Refill! lilies.-N.B. Fine Tm Dealers and Hutel-kee'L Deacon and Co. bave ii\ Aseiiu for the Sale of their 'I'uwiis in Ihe KiDjjdom, and     . 'nine Price as ot their Establishmeil Finest Dnlch Coffee, roasted.. Uu. Da*. Piaolaliun Dot....... Wilson Wuod ,, Curtis ,  T-tTB (iF TIIK pni.L, SIXTH VlW. 4,�39 i.ord itlayor,....... Wailhni-jn,.,....... Thorp............. 3,7fi9 3,324 3,273 TO THE WORTHY AND INDEPF.NDENT LIVERY '       'OF LONDON, o Gkstlkmfn, NE .thousand and   FIFTY-EIGHT FREE and I'NJNFUIENCED VOTES Jhis d^y given in my favour, fully ^varraut.tiir opiuiuu that you are deiermtoed iioi to he ovei-t:tiiu*j by diBicullies, and that your spirit will rise in proporlioii as ihe cmise of iiidepen. deuce is endanKered, -(lonwide^iiiif the iiimihers reniniuiinj unpolled, Buolher djtjl of the same anirai exerlion wil) e�-.. , . able yon-to--subdoe- every  obstacle  ai\i  complete  your Oil Salorday, the new ijttsicfll Drama of The^lnliqnai-y,.^ - triumph.     .      . --       . Willi every sentiment of gratitude and respect, I rriUHiii, GeiitleHirii, --        �  Your faithful and devdted .Servant, JOHiN THOMAS TIIORP. GuLidhallj^Iarch 13, 18-20. CLO,BB OF TIIK SIXTH DAy'S r01.I., lory, 1111(1 which eacli succes-, such as woiihi shew  hi.-w   fruitless imy .      . .                      ! .�tt��npts woohl prove to stem Ihe Inrreiit/of puhlic Ihe Tiveiilv-fiiur Dircr-iurs will lie deetarcd as soon aa ihe ,[ .....i ______i-i     -----i:i-.   i   : -     -   -         ' TIIIIONK;  u.....ilsb  II,n anolht^r-OEN'Ell.!!!. COCllT will he^ held at iIip Biii.U, en Tt'ESDAY, the-11 ih Ajiril m x|,-rn>i(i Ten Ki'Chu-k m ihe; Fitrenoun, till Four in the Artiriioou, for Ihe EI.KCI'lON of ,n GOVERNOR au-L DEPUTY (JOyiiRKOI! f,.r llie Year eusuiii:;  DAY, theJ2lh April, next, for .the ELEfil'ION of T�'ENTY.F(rtIR'Dl-RF.CTOUS (wUvj'U will al>n lie one of the Uu-jrlerly Grue-r.il Courls appoiiiied hv tiic CharierJ, and ihe Ek-ciiun nf -iv......... r        ..- Sniniuy is over. .   , Primed Lists of (he Proprietors bavins votes will be reaily  .- By an Att (WSsrd in Ihe sevenlh year of the reiju iif his'l.-ile .Majpsly, no person will he eiilited lo vote ai ibe s-vifl Lleelioii wbo shall not have b^eii'Six Calendar .Mimtlis possessed, in his own right, of the Slock for wlik:h he shatl 'then give his vote, -u-nlcsa ihe said Slock *halV.h:ive been ae-(|iiireil,ur shall have come by bequesl, or by ni-irriai;i-, ur l>y opinion, and would speedily bring ii tFiuniphaii't canclu>ion to their endeavour.", -^is reason i'ov making such remarks was, that sotrie very odd sort of iintimis had got afloat oti the business of "the rle.'-lioii, so that it became difficult to know in what de nch Slock. Thorp.............. 3,273 Lord Mayor........3,7�9 BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF ST. PATRICK. Ttiie ,\10N T.HLY MEETING of rlieCOM- SUnTEE, heldal the Virginia Coiree-honse, Coriibill, on Saiurjlay last, THOMAS BAINBRIDGF., Esq. (Trca-mrer) in Ihe Chair, The followiii); was adopted for pn1>li\:aliu� :-- . This Comiuiltce, convinced thai lire iirtercit of the Insti-. -tution i.s their p.iram�iint duly, and mindful thai ihe tament-ed incident which has covceed the Empire wiib monriiinj, bereaves the .Metropolis at the present crisis of the I'arlia-men'ary woHd;-under these cirrninslancfs, this Commit. 1ce (aimioe a' nnilitii; with the welfare of the Chiirily all the respect to deeply due to ihe lar;e porltou of its Piotec-liirs which must beat n ^lisiauce frnni London on ilio ap-ui-oachin!,' SAINT "IJATRICK'S D.AY) nnaniiiioiivlv re-Vilvv-That llie CELEPRAl'ION-Ue POSTPONED fioui Fridny the I7lh iust'. Vo MONDAY^ tfi'c'241h of llv.: NEXT illONTH (April, IS-2Q), on which laHeV diy llie FKSTIV.AI. will beheld al Ihe City of London T.iverii; .ill Parliculais of which will he detailed in fulnie Advertisyuieuls. By order,        J. C, .MICH ELL, Secictary. No. IS, Queen-stiuare, Bloonishiirv. Li^^lC,-\LS.-'I'he   very  hiijJilv-iduiired  fa-.sliionable   uew-iuvenle.l   PATENT PORTABLE H.AUPS, call-d 1;T1'AL HARP.'^, must eleerant lilile. lu-remains uuehai.i'ed ; and alter an cH'orl lo an exient urip:,.!     slrumeoU, ..f very .snperi-r e.wHence; they are consfruct-rallelcd J have added miteriallv ni my liirmer irinmphaut     "^d "I'J" 'l'"'*' � "'�� I'rinciple of acliou, iiii.l pos^iessull the ,,.,4..r.i'..     Mr-   iM.T-.,oii  H'..;il..>.u..    ;..   I.;. ...i.I-o,.� ...     hrilli-.iney. sweetness of lone, and einii-e eil'ecl of Ihe Pedal Harp, allhuu^li not one third as hi;;; lln'y acconip-iiiy Ihc voice, as ;ils,j the Piaun-KMrle, cce didishlfnlly, and llie art Wood..............4-162 Wailliinail...... ,. .. 3,334 Curtis..,,......-4,339 [ IVils.ui.............4,fi.'i6 The Cnmuiilti-e meet as'iisniil at the KTn;''s HoadrPouMry, where the Mllcnilaiice of the worthy Livery in llie inleresi of Alderman Thurp is carueslly irquesli-d at Nine o'Clork, to proceed lo the pull, wbich iinally closes at Three o'clock. TO THE WORTHY AND INDEPENDENT LIVERY OF LONDON. Gfntlfmex. Oi'W.lfHSTANUINO the exertions miide .'by my oppoueiils, our relative silualinu no the Pull majiirny. .Mr. Alderyiaii _\\'ailhniau, in" his address at Guildhall, has been pleased lo select my uiinie, as being; the Candidate with wlinrn ilie only sliiiirijle remained.- He did me the favour lo spwik of my private chiiracler as irreproachable, and In coinraeiid all that he had uiiservtd of my .public life. I hud hi fore iM-en iiiiiIistinirinsheH, and should have been couleulcd In liiive reinained so; hul ii 1 am lo he held up to the Live,-y as llie pirlirnl.-ii* op|ioiienl of ihe WiM-lhy .Alderman, and if my pri tensions aie lo he spoken of, in cnlev lliat tiny may suiVer hy cniii)i.-iriso;i wild his, I must imldly asserliiiy fair e-!iims upixi the Livery.-md nrcethtni wilh temper, 1tnl wii'.i anjniai inn; my lnyally and patriolis:i! have ueve'r been �|iiesiioiied; my aliaeli. ment to the riijhts and privile^e-j of niy Fellnw Cit.Z'iis has been already displayed ; iMid I want bui oppoi-tuiiity lo convince yon llial I em iiol in ihiise poiiil.s, .imr in any mailer coniiecled willi Ihe inlrresis of ihe I.ivery, exceeded hy ihfl worlliy Alderuian. 1 leel ihe conlest in which I am ein^iced tu he one of ficiin'is ninmeni, nnl itiui-e �-ii to mjself liinn to this great City, It is now open lo th.- l.ivrry lo nrike iheir selectirrti, and 1 lio^ic I �ii:iy wilhntit (ilfi-uee orsje uiy pr* li-n-sions, as at least of eipial wii^lijaiid rijnsi ipieiice wilh Ihnse opposed Ionic. "1 call upnii ynn, thrrefni-e, to support mp,�lio am acknowledsed, even hy niy niiMs;onisl, In deserve your conSdeace; aod 1 nny be illnwedio entreat yon ti)p�piii-e lllv cause as ynur own, ninl In delerinioe whether lov:iIty anil tried iudepeudt-uce is t.i yield to the preleusious ,jf uiy eoui. peliHiv," Althoni;h I slaiul so well upon tjie poll, ami am coufldent-n-s-to the fcsnils, Ihe review i,f ihe late Eleriion in this City convinces me th-.it my friemls must be in full energy and activity Iheoo^hoiit lo oion-ow. I do not d.niht their kindness; 1 know Iheir exeriinns will he uuidialed, aiitl I trust my anxiety, ualnral upon such ati ncc-isioii, will be accepted as an apnlo^ry for aiy repealing the necessity, of their conlinunl rfl'iiris. 1 am, wilh the greatest respect, Oeiillcineii, Your faithful.and obcdienl .Servant, Gli(:)KGl-; BRIDGES. Mansion-House, March 53, 18-20. P,.S. Adequate arraMtsementa have been made lo ]iveveiit the possibility of ioierriiplijii lo the I';iecllon in-nnirrcuv, and they ore of an extent not only caleiilated In iii,.ure the public Iranijniliily, hut to prevent Ihe sli^litesl iiicoiive. nience to Genllemeii allendins; the Poll. STATE or Til I(  IIAV'.S POLL. of |il:iyiiiir on Iheni very soon arquii-erl, with liiher iiiual desirable advantasfes. They are (ii, hi-nuliful variety) to be seen and heard at Mr. LIGHT'S, llie Inventor and Pa-leiilpi-. No. S. Poley.phH-e^ Caeeiidisli-squ ire. N 15. F.iinjlies and Sin;;|e I'lijiils coiiiplele/y Jnsleucled on Ihe Dil-il Harp. alMi ,,i the-Piano Fori,-', in Sinjin?, and Ihe Theory of Music, -iny where in town, ur within a few miles of it. Mr, L, also gives Lessons at his own house, as above. Pnrrliasers. eiiiiiled to Wl. Ciich, Lord Mayor ,........ 3,T80 I- Wilson ............ -J.e&G Wood.............. 4,462 Curlis .,. Wailhtnan , Thorp..... 4.330 3,3->4 3,273 ^Iiry may at all timeii con. "   ^ingofGeouiirS Qua. ^^rucurrd.   Families rl^yf thie best qua- ; terms. I'riireipal TO THE WORTHY AND INDEPENDENT FRIiE. MEN OF THE TOWN OF MAIDS TOM-:, Genti^pmen, T is tviih feelings of the deepest i;riititii r ibc distinguished honour you have cntiferred npuu ine ill eU-t:tlii{; me, a second lime, your Repi eseniative in Parliamrui. I am fuHy sensible of the imporlant dulirs you have coin-milled lo my cli'irtje; but nljiin; on the sincerity nf those professions I have so receni ly made lo yon, 1 slialf only iio',v repeal, that my best exertions shall he uniformly devoted In prulecl yonr rijjhts and pririlrsres, and in promoie the iu-terstsand welfare of ^uur ancient and loyal Bnrou^b, .|4im, Gentlemen^ Your much oblised and faithful humble ."NCrvant, ABRAHAM WILDEY ROfiARTSi Hill-slreeti Berkelcy-Kjuaie) .March It, 1820. II-IE urundest Lottery ever known !- �.10,000 nilditioiial Prize Finney-encouragement lu early The 2.001) Tickel.s |... be decided 1 Uh nf April, and above whtlever \^r'iZ'' thev uiny lie-1112 Capital Primps, inetudiiis Four of 30,000/. Two of 20,1)001. Two of ll),in)0/. Consols. Tickets and Shares for Ihc above ixrand Lottery arc tetliiis: l>y KYTdN, Slock Broker, al his old and Inrhy Oftirc, 2, Coniitill and. Lntnh-ird sfrert, where all Rusiiiess ill ihfi I'l-.blic Funds is Irausacled with tiilelily anil dispaleli. C^Al^ftOLL, ('iiiiiiiclnr wiili Govenusieiit for y ihe present l.t^'-T'TRRY, solicits utlentinn lo Ihevpi-y n.w f-alnre in Ihe .SGHE.MR, heiiij; a PECl'LIAR A 0-VANT.4GI-, TO EARLY PL'Rt.'HA.SERS, as it will dis-Irihule SIXTY THOUSAND pftUlNDS in. 2,000- Prizes ol3li! each, hy a PRELIMINARY DRAWING ilielllh APi.MI,; and these 2.(100 Prizes of 30/. each will have, jih'.i(i>m u> the a , Oxi'ord-slrert j Butler, Cheapside; TuU, Exchan;;e; and Ward, Hulhorn. Price lis, each, ur four in one family holtlu for 33s. by which one 11s. buttle is saved, wilh the words, " SamI, Solomon, LiVerprtpl " enji-^i-vj on the St'ainp, Konnd each bottle is wrapped a copious Bill of OireclioiiSt cuiitaiain|r stlccl itiustratiuus of ils elHcney. lUaii said, No, he would come to-morrow;  and he appeared li> think it excellent .sport that Mr. Lanib should be allowed to rise on the poll in the mornina, in Order to give a 2est to his defeat fii the alter part of Ihe "hiy. The -man observed lhat he had thirty friends who were wailing to difthe same {"hinsj, and he knew ^ fly more of the same iiidinaliiui. He (Sir Francis liurdetl) representtd the impropriety and danger of such a measure, and the person in qiies-tiuii promised to go "up and vote iramediulely. Besides, it was dealing very iirkindly to Mr. Lamb to till him tliijs ivith false and delusive liopes for the mere .sport of disappijiiiMng him. [Je thought they would do much better lo come op nl once, and by Iriuiiiplianlly   filling  up  tiie poll,   [irevent   iVlr. Laml^i'.s   hope.s   altogether.--(Ap]tiniise.J--Mr. � Lamb had On Saturday e.xpnrased lint- iviilingness to sii|>|ioil Reform,'but wi-heil not for the exercise of a:iy measures for the aCijuirernent.of it, except what  lie caiied legal ones.   This  was an uiihilr mofle nf expression.   When � Gentleman so ex-pitssed hiiuieW, lie must rr.ea.T tliat the inea.�ijres jiix npiJoii"iits wished for were illegal.   No one of his (Sir FrBiici.i'!.) friet.ds wisiied lor the adoption of any but legal measures.   Jt was unfair to insi-KUiite lhat which wns ko untriit infuct.    In realiij' Mr. L'Jmb was more of a Kadii-;il Reformer than hiinself,-/uM^/i.) - fie (Sir Francis) had never felt or expressed a wish for an aller-^tion of the cuiisutiilioii. He had always said, " Let us have the coiisttmlion III its purity. Use wliole coiistiiution," and, lis the toast expressed it, " nothing bnl the I coiiMliiulion."   That purl nf the cnnstitutioii which waiite^l remedy, it belongetl lo them, of what were called " liie lower orders,"-o idjusr,     Ke objected til the term ol lower orders. Except the King, l^eers, aiifl Cli'rgy, all the other orders were equally low. Tile diiie.rence of amounl of goods or fortune possessed by each, mude no cotisiiruiioiial distinclinn ; uiiij so far was he from thinking llrdt any olher but the ili.-finciions nf the Consliluiion "ere in any wwy d';�iriilile, he declare.l lint Us felt- it an intiiiiieiy gieiiier hiiiKjiir to lie one of the niiiny in a free sla'e, lluui lo enjoy the higliesl ihslincUoiiB of a d>ispotic one-,    it '.i.is til him a  niucii greater subject for pviile to eii'iuy the title of a freemaii, thjii those dazzlintj and absurd diifnilies whii-h were reflt'Ct>;d IVoni Ihe (lebiisenirut lui.l deg-radation of others. lltt wished for lliat reform in the representation whicli bud been askeil fur by every considerable man whn Inid lived unil died incorrupt during the lait two hundred year.-i.nnd wliicii liad been called for ol hue still more loudly by almo�t all the iuhabu-ints of the kingdom.    As lo i\lr. I..iimb's argument of " 'i'\ hv do yuu wi.h  to go into Pariiaroent, if ^ yon believe it to be so c(irrn[jt and unhopeful an'i assembly ?'    his -reply  was,   that nobody   could ' be fiiulisli enough to expect lo produce a.i effect upon. iliat  House of hiin*eir.      riisy were   not 10 be moved by liie eloipieiice of M hiit there was a plan they h*fd of " putting the previous question,'' which was exeri:iai;d tirt* by liiiifsed" and ifie 'electrn-.sT I ,'lie tvas ail advifrS'eW circnmsta'ncf d with his-pyr tied lor friends.   Wj'iiy  tiling could be added i(t hiw-jir.- �fortnne.Ji^AltiTttiyVoulii h-.i'i'e been fiit�iid in tP� s^jeetih of'fSi&Vof t|;i  produce an*' thinf^ i'Jint distrust and disrfiFection I'itt ttie'  ^ ^a*bur It', wits' ex:j>rt!�st*d; -s.r (yiilrcittatpfl toi'V'sit'- he imagined co.uld.-Hot bedevi-ied. If the � ickedfst eiieniy (if Mr. I.,amli had conie' fnrwnrd to H-.n'-that, which he deemerl wnnlil proi'S tlTe grealf-t l.intltauoe to Mr. Limb's rlv-tiiiin, he ronld t:'.)": ' hayi^ mcteedtd belter, it would lii become inm (Sir Francis), it would ill brcfuiie any niun ti> rnoi-e any iiHusions to the xircniiisianceS rif per< -re!lici, (Vnni such circnmslances, foul and shinderui!', implications against 'hose whom "iion / '. monr till the crowd bi-cauie silent eiioiVgh to hear him.    From wliat had been stated b}'his opponetiis they might be led to wonder lioiv he' c\iu'.d li-.ivi: sjiiiits to address t'nein ; bnt os he did r.oi a' �\\\ feel the weight of his misi'orluncs, he w;is as well in spirits as before  the election.    He wi->lied to sjy something conciliatory In answer to ih^ conrlesy of liis oppoueiils.    Il apps-ari-.d lhat their exertions in bringing votes to the |ioll h;-.d not failed, as he erroneously conceived-/* 1 iitirrttplionj-ihrongli  nuy kindness felt towards bin, but in order to tjuiy /litn up wilh liopes of tiliimate sncces.s.   /Jetlinnk. ed his opponents fur their kindness in wisliing m relieve hiiu from such liojies ; their cares iver- lo^c npoti him; he should ccntinue ti> hope as cniiii-dently as ever.    As his acldiess did not appear vny gratifying to them,  he woiiM be brief.    Monday ens generally a prosperous dny with his oppnnenia. Now, looking al ihe ainonnt of the d;iy's poll, oinl considering the   great eNertions which bad beta made to obtain the majority, he fel: sure tiial lire: Hon. Caront-t felt disajipoiiited.    He knew that, his oppnneiiis and   their  pariisans expected  at li-;i>r a majority of 1,000 on ihe jioll of lhat day.    lit.: if  they  gained   the  1,000  by to-morrow nigl,;, his hop.-s would remain   the same.     He understood   that many of them  had   come there e: , peciitig liim to make a I'jiewtU speech.     Hr "us iorry to "disappoint them all.-("    ot ulL") - Not all, bnt certainly a majurlly.    lint as to the (nr.-. well s[ieech, he had nut yet thought of it.   ii w.m important, he knew, to do it well, but the idea lia.i not entered his mind.    He was u�toiii.�lied lo he.ir tlie BaroHet call hitilSeif less a radical reformer tli.i:i him (:Vlr. L.) ;  that he was only for a rcf'orui the repre>ii-ntation, and not of the wlioIe constiluiioi:. Mr, Hohhou�e had told them that the live new iJil'a were a part of the Coiistitation.    Would llie Uin,-Baronet be content with the Constitiitinn still ? I\1r. f-Jobhouse said on Saturday that when he W:o-.-the pamphlet alliuled to by him, he did not inletul to excite Die people to any acis of violence, ai.i lhat it was not fair and caiidiil in any gentlennni i,t make such an assertion, when the [lurpose had bseu once diMUVowed by the writer.    Bnt when � nui:. put any tiling in print, the meaning could be oiijy taken from the words.   What he published thou-saiitia  wo'jld re-ud, %vitlioul coijsidering the iniii^ tiny note of interrogation, teady prepftretrby tluV author as a reply  to objections.   The ciowrt wi,s noisy, and he was hoarse.   Some of them were en � iiig out " No Whig,"   Why theiuoment that iln-i' sent ftir. Hobhouse into PurliamantJttf would b. Gome a Whig;   he would siu down   with   th.' Wiiigs, and vote with them, us the Honourub.v? Baronet   had   always   done,   except in  the cu.t* of the  convicted corruption   of l^entyp,   u-her.-. he-voted  against \\\em,-fA rujia^.allempled 11 Sfiit at Mr. Lam6,)-He observed'tlJat he wouUI put up with much from an assembly of .the |jeb)>h , but if any one attempted to spil; ai'jiim again, Im would not appear there iigaiii.. As ttj lU^ cwnipliiii".   . of the speech he made in setiondinjj tlie i-lom |ji�> roiiel's inotiuii for Kefcrm, it vraiiJtuil^' wliut in.' Hou. Baronet huil been doing wiijritlie. VViiHj�''a:i.   

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