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British Press (Newspaper) - March 24, 1820, London, Middlesex NuMBEK 5397. LONDON, FRlbAV.^ARCti 24, 1820. THE LAST NIGHT OF PERFORMING TllX. TUB HOLIDAYS. THBATRE-R0Y4L, COVRNT-GARDU^. ^0-morkow, saturday, M�rcli 25, will be ncied Sliakspeare's comedy of errors, In Fire Acts-with Sougx, Duets, Gle'ea, Biid Cliorusfs, selected entirely from his Plays, Poema, and Sonnets. Soliniis, Duke of Epheaus, Mr. HijiTton ; Miron, Mr. aiai>inBU; Anlipltulis of Ephesiis, Mr. Comer ; Aniipholis <if .Syracuse, Mr.Jonea; Drooiin of Ephesus, Mr. W.Farrcii; Dromio of Syracuse, Mr. Blancbard; Anjelo, Mr. Claremont; Doctor PiHch, Mr. Bsrnps. Abbess, Mrs. Faucit; Adrians, Miss Stephens; Lueiaua, Miss M. Tree; Lesbia, Mrs. T. Hill. After which, tbe Melo-dramalic Rotnanl:e of blue beard; Or, FEMALE CDRIOSITY. Abomelique, Mr. Eeerlou ; Ibrahim, Mr. Comer; Selim, Mr. Taylor; Shacabac, Mr. Blancbard; Hassan, Mr. Me-iin^ts Fatima, ATi^s Matthews; Irene, Mrs, C. Kenbie; Beda, Mrs. Lislon. I'he DooTH wid be opened at Half.past Six o'Clocb, and Slie I'Jay be^n at SertD. Coxes 7s.; Second Price 3s. 6d.-.Pit 9�. 6d.; Second Price 2�.-Lower Gallery Ss.; Second Price Is.-Upper '1GHT of the PRESENT SEASON, and positively the LA.ST TIME of the NEW GRAND B.Vf-TLE SINFONIA. ORATORIOS. THEATRE-ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN. Under the immediate direction of Mr. Bishop. ryinis evening, Friday. March 24, R A GRAND SELECTION of popular and classical music, From llie favourite Operas of Mozart, the Oratorios of Ha�ilel nnd Ilaydn, and the most esteemed works of Che-ruliiui, Winter, Cimarosa, Rossini, Purcell, Arue, See. in wliich several novelties will he introduced ; and, by most finvliciilar desire, various Pieces that have been honoured vkli Ihr public uppluuse in the course of these Oratorios. I'ail 1. will commeuce with Winter's celebrated overture to Zaira; anil (let lime at the Oratorios) aSeleclion from Mo-zirl'sSjcied Wcirks. Miss Stephens will sing " The Mock-ins; BinI," iicconiiianied on the Flute by Mr. Birch. New Kcrilxiii-i' and Air, Curno Obli;ato, Mr. Tully, " In that <ir.-a.niu..r" (Drouet)-" Auld Rubio Gray." The favou-liie Pnrlto, wilh Miss M. Tree, from Shakspeare's Sonnets,  As-it fi-ll upon a div." The grand Scene from Israel in J^srypt. " Sing ye lo the Lord." In the Glee, " The Cliongb amiCrnw;" and from the unprecedented applause with whrrb it has hitherto beeu received at thi^ Theatre, the Daelto, wilh Signor Augrisani, " Gioyinette" (Mozarl). 'Iits M. Tree, " Non pin di fiori," from La Clemenza di 'iiio, ncciimpnnicd on the Clarionet by Mr. Hopkins; Where Ihe bee sucks" (from the"Tempest)-; by particular tlcwire, Rosisiui's Cavatina, " Di piacer me balza il cor;" in (lie 'I'eizrlio, with Mr. Braham and Signor Angrisaui. " Zitii, Zitli," and in the Glee, " Blow, gentle gales." Mr. IJtiiliam, Ihe Scene from tlbe Messiah," Comfort ye,"- Air, "The Sun his bright rays,"-Recitative 'and Air, " Ni'laiiu,"-" Gome if you darej" and the favourite Echo Dui'iio wilh Kfiss Slejihens.. Signor Angrisaui, " Viva EiTico !" Aria, " Udite, lulti udite" (Cimarosa); " Nou pin Anitr�i" (Aloznil); Scene, Mr. Pyne, from the Mes-wilh Muzart's accompaniment.':, " O! Ihou that ii'|i.-al." nnil Chorus; and in Ihe Quarletlo, " Vc spotted tnakiii'* (.Sleveus) ; Miss VVilliams, " Where'er you walk" (HniiJcl). In ihc course of the performance, Cherubini's Grand UvriUiiii lo " Anscreon,"-the Choruses, "Holy, holy Lord" (.\Ioz iii)-" The Heavcusare telling," from " The Crealioii" -Tlif liiirFc and his rider" (Israel in Egypi)-and, at Ihe  lie] uf lliB First Pari, a New Grand Cu<icertanle for two Pi a no. furies, cumposed expressly for these Oratorios, by Kalkhri'iiiii'r, will be performed by Messrs. Giiesbach and \''iglj', pupils of Mr. Kalkbrenner. The whole to conclude wilh, positively for the last time, iiiid liy an Orchestra cousisting of nearly Two Hundred P�'i fiiriilers, TJJE NEW grand battle sinfonia. CoH'pusi'd exuresriy for the Elector of Bavaria, by Winter. In coiiorqueuce of the increased overflow on Friday Ian, ihc Theatrical Orchestra will be added to Ihe Pit. Places fur the Boxes lo be taken of Mr. Brandon, at the ll.eolrr, from Ten till Four. ' LAST NIGHT OF THE SEASON. ADELPHl THEATRE, STRAND. O-MORROW EVENING. SATURDAY, Mai;ili 25, will be presented, for the second time at tliisTUeutre, the celebrated Historical Bnrletts uf ROCHESTER: Or. KiSG CHARLES THE SECOND'S MERRY DAYS. til 'lie course of the evening, a celebrated Dance, by the JMlMir^ Dcoiii'll. To conclude with Ihe Burletta of ITaNHOE; Or, THE SAXON CHIEF. Places lo be taken of Mr. Irish, Box Book-keeper. The D.iurs lo be opened at Six o'clock, and the Performance to hciiin precisely at Seven. Boxes ; .Second Price 2s.-Pit Ss.; Second Price Is.- |.y to ..<- k'l.m ledge Ihe great public palriiriage sbrwu llieir j -H EIGHT Pi iz>'s ; �.| vO.OUU Pounds each, all in Shares, lu the Public: ihe j �.rt, 2,a7ll, 7,370, 1,656, 6,B&&, 3,*43, 8,4<8, 2,807, 7,807, of Mhirh No. 1,656, SOjOOOZv and twelve other Cupi-tai�, ih riiu'i|.al i,>tviis in the Uuited Kingdom. The New I.oltery 2ii iJCH 'i'irkels, contains 102 Capitals, inclndiug four of ^S,ai)0/ iwo of 20/)0O/. and two of 10,000;. Consols, &c &c. loruieil iu piirt by 40,000i. Money, Or 2/. (MT Tickil bring udiJrilh) iLv Cunlraclors; bat 60,1)002. uf the Money past thereof will Le drawn the.lltb of APRIL, in 2,000 Piizes of 30/. rurb; and nllhongb no other Piizesor Capital wliHtevor "ill thru ho dnran, ibey particularly recumraeud their Friends Slid' llie Public, whu intend to BdvMilure, lo make Ihtir pnichases before thai day, as these 2,000 Friaw, being iiU.OOOI; will liieo be withdrawn liom llis.Sclirtrie; and the saute Numbers iriil ulill be rnlilled lo the same cbaudo fur iht PiizK leniBiding ju the Wheel, j� if ihrybaU iwt bten (trawil. Tirkrtt will Share* are seUinfra!-t*ieir OM OflSahi, 37,-tWoUill; UjHolborii-, 8�, Hayinwfcel j Mid 141, OnfortJ- mivi. GENERAL ELECTION, WESTMINSTER ELECTION. Friday, J\Iarch 24, 1820. HE COVIiMITTEE for comluctiua the REELECTION of Ihe Hon. GEORGE LAMB respect-fallv inform Die EIrclurs of Weslmiuster, thai llie POLLi IN? TO-.MORROW (SATURDAY) will BEGIN at EIGHT O'CLOCK in Ihe MORNING, and CLOSE at THREE O'CLOCK PRECISELY, when ihe Election will t�rmioale. An immediale Allendsnce of Mr. Lamb's f'rienils i� loosl earnestly requested, every Yale being now of the utmost importance. A FREE and UNDISTURBED PASSAGE to and from the HUSTINGS'will be kept OPEN during the remainder of the Election, under ibe superintendauce of the Police and Parish Constables, whu will be in constant attendance. W, A. MILES, Secretary. ITATB OT THE POI.L OS the IStH DAT. Tilt Hon. Geoige Lamb............ 3,900 Sir F. Biirdelt, Bart................,. 4,743 Hobhouse ..................... 4,372 ---^--rz-r-- TO THE GENTLEMEN,CLERGY, AND FREF30LD. ERS OF YtfE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. GeKTLIlMEN, ''HE confidence whicli T expressed nn Tuesday from ibe liuslings. ihat a continuance of yOur exertions in my behalf would be crowned with success, is BtreuglWned by the result of Ibis day's pull. A loo prevalent opinion of security on Ihe part of my friends, induced many of Ih^m Iu abstain from voling durin*; Ihe ihree Brst day� of the Eledion ; but the advantage 1 have IliiS day ubiaincd', and Ihe great number of pni-mii^es which yet remain unpolled, fully justify me iu relying on the ullimate triumph of our cause, which is the cause of onr country. { repeat Ihat I yield to no mnn in firm attachment lo Civil Bud ReliRiou.'i Liberty, blended ns it imiiiniably in wilh our admirable Cuustiiulioii ; and L declare niyself, in Ihe truest sense of the words, Ibe Friend of ihe People, for the cause of the people cau never be separated from the cause of their King and C ii; who shared nud nohl ill ihe last Loiiery Cmiiracl, Nos. 7,370 and 6,656 Priz.-� of 20.000/. each, and iu a recent Lottery, all ihe Prizes of 30,000/.!!! HAZARD aod CO. have Apeiiis in all the principal Towns throughout the Country. �303,500 IN PRIZES!-102 CAPITALS! WIFP null CO. with llie j^reatest ooufi'leni-e and salisfaclion, recommend lo llie allenlion of their Friends and Ihe Public Ihe Scheme of Ihe New Grand Lottery, which contains Forty Thousand Poimds Moie Money In Prizes than any former Lottery, incluiling FOUR...... Prizes of........30,000/. TWO....... Prizes of........20,000/. TWO....... Priz.s of........10,000/, 3 per Cent. Consols, With others,of 1,000/. 500/. 400/. 30u/ &r. and no Prize lets than 16/. Agreat and important novelty in this Lottery is the extraordinary Aihmulatje to tarly Purchasers, who, hy an evcellrnt nrrangeineni of the Scheme, may ou TU ESDA Y, i Iih APRI L, recetre back vnieli more ttlan ilieii t/iiva fur tlieir Tickets and SItares, and hare tluir,full Cluince of all the Capitals and other Prizes for natliing.'.'.' Early t'uj-rha<e,'s iu ihia Luiircy are iiul cuufiiied to the drawing on any (larticular day, but have a Cbaiice tltruugfa. out the whole Lullrry. Schemes; with every, partirnlar, may he bad gratis, at SWIFT ami Co.'s Fortbnatp. Offic�8, No. XI, PtJULTRY; 12, CHARIW^CBOSS; 31, aLDGAIE HIGH-STREET; BRIDGE^'rii^ATOR. A COMMON COUNCILf!lolden in the CHAMBER of the GUILDHALL rtf Ibe CITY of LONDON, mi THURSDAY, ibeOSa ijayof March, 1840 ; iifsolved UNA.NIM0U8LT|;. HAT il appearing ,th�t Sir VVilltam Curtis, B.�ft. at the Close of |Ji� late Election for Members of Parliamenl for ibis City, puWfcly staled iu the Common Hall (and he having avowed ir^irday) " That this Court was governed by a Bully, a fMnagogiie, anil a Jesuit," a general declaral ion of this o'al^e is in itself repreiieusible end calumnious, and espcriatly ihatit is unwoilhy the character of a Magistrate, a Meiiiiier of llria Corporation, and a Representative in ParliameiM lbrtb� City of London. WOODTHORPE. MR. H A V DON'^i PIGTU R E of CH RIST'S TRIUMPHANT EKTRT INTO JERUSALEM, which has been sUi years in Imnj, WILL OPEN for EXHIBITION on MONDAY NEXT. H�e 27lh instant, with all his other Piclnres,and bS� SindieiifrOm Nature,and ilie Elgio 5Iarblea in Chalk, at 6ullacH^^r�<it Room, Piccadilly, up stairs to the uglit^at'^r�w3!^g^htt:)^Adwilt�ai�'1*. Catalogue 6d. " \ ~ ' - " . 3^. .And as he went, tbey spread iheiir-.rlnthpa in llie way. 37. And when he was cume. iiigh, ereu unto the dcsj:eot of the Mount of Olives, the whole mnltitudis of the Disciples began lo rejoice, and to praise God wilh a loud voice, for all ihe mighty works that they had seen; 38. Saying, blessed be the King that cometb in the name of Ihe Lord, peace in heaveu and glory in the highest. AMICABLE SOCIETY, FOR INSURANCE OF LIVES, EERJtiANT's-INN, fleet-street, I.ONDOK, Incorporated by Queen Anne, 1706. rflHE DIRECTORS liHve now to ortHr (.. the Jl altenlion of the' Public TABLES of RATE.S, which have been lately completed, fur the INSURANCE of LIVES, at the various Ages from eight to sevenly-iwo ; either fur lhi e;irs have, in tiict, rendered all exist, ing Geographical Works, to a certain degree, obsolete. Wjihiii this period, likewise, enterprising travellers have spread iu every dii-cclion,Aiid commuuicuted lo' the world llie result of their uhservalious. Many doubtful points of ccience have thus been established; niaiiy unexpecled fads have beeu verified; Ihe moral aspect of nationa b-ns been vividly ponrirayed; the changes in mauuers and customs and in poliiicat influence, have bteii ascertained; venerable errors have been corrected.; impurttint truths elucidated; and, in short,Ihe energies uf unimpeded inlellrcl have been applied io Ihe survey of the world insnchawiy as offers-an ample share of novelty to the industrious Compiler uf a Geographical System. While, therefore, the man of science, the statraman, the merchant, the student, and the traveller, will find all that is uiiqneslionahle in preceding Works, they may expect to receive in this the attditioniil infurraatiou nhicb subsequent cesearches have supplied. conditions : 1. This Wmk will be liandsutnely printed in quarto, wilh a bold and elegant type, and on fine wowe pa|MT. 2. It will he publiched in .Monthly Parts, price 7a. each, and completed iu Twenty-four Parts, forming two very large and sgilendid Voluiues. 3. The Work will be accompanied with a valuable and correct set uf colonreil Maps, includipc *he whole of the latest arraog�ueula and di8cavei.ieii. 4. It will he iHualrsted with a gres^t vitrielyof View3, aiul other Engniviiigi, reprfneniingtbe Uaiiuevs, Cuatinni, and Caslomea of dllferriit Nalioiw- LuHiiou: Pruiicti for Sberwoni), Nrely, aDil Joncci.PatH-ooslttr-row; anil suld bjr atl Buoksellera. [From the " London iTareanttU Price Ciirrtirf," ^^^�eJd�J^ March 91, IfHO.] WEST INDIA AND SPANISH MAIN PRODUCE. CorruB.-The Coffee market continued (o improVeafier Tuesday last, and a pnblic sale uf Brazil on Wediinday went ofF briskly at an advance of 9s. lo 3s.; St. Domiug'ii, it was reported, brought 1278,; aud the bu�iItem done by private contract was considerable. The slock of W. I. CoflFee is bow 9,99 . per cwt. Foreijir Sugars have been inquiretl for, and � few cases of Brazil put up by auction brought a small advance. Tbe stock of B. P. Sugar ia now 9,345 casks more than last year's at this lime, present prices I3s. 6d. per cwt. lower per Gaxetle average, Hums have beeaaleady at former prices. ~?g^>jtre*eat (lortt (irRum ia 13,91S puocbetnn, aq^^rjce >rR^�^.Sd. ipnr�aj�rnf:~ SToct I<m< fWi'irtmii'^^lia^i.-10,957 pnncbeeas, aud price of proofs Ss.^r^Iit"'.' .' In Pimento there is no alieralion. EAST INDIA PRODUCE. Ini any's sale, in bund -80 Buurbun, middlijig l&d. fair to good >7d. a SOdt; 1,300 Sural, ordinary Iu middling 5|d. a efd.; fair to good 7d. to 8d.; 20() Bengal, guwt to fiueT^d. aSZd.; 300 Madras, fair to good 6|d. a 7^J.- ma king a total of 2,91 . CoTTOM.-The demand for Cotton was nearly suspended until yesterday, when it revived, several dealers being at. Iracted Iu Ihe market by a public sale of New Orleans and Sea Islands. The late numerous ariivals have deprtssrd the prices, and Boweds and Brazils are ^d. and Orleans ii. a |d. per lb. lower ; tbe Sea Islands sold by auction went off At steady prices. The sales, including what were sold by auction, are 4,400 bags, cnnsistiug of 130. Sea Islands at 23d. a Ss. Sd. and 280 by auction, ordinary lo goud fair at 30^d. a 22d. good to middling fine 23d. a'2>. 2^d. averaging 22^d.; SO'stained at ISfd. a 19d.; 1,700 Boweds al 11^. a 12d.; 250 Orleans ut 12d. a I3^d. and 450 by auction,/air at 12id. a 12Jd.; 3.^6 Pernams at 16il. a l�fd. 320 Bahias al 15d. a l&^d ; 620 .Maranhams al I5d. a 15|d. 100 Surats al 7|d. a 9^.; 160 Bengals al 6^d. a 8|d. per lb, The import ia 470 bags Jamaica, 175 Deroerara, 4,300 .Savannah and Charleston, 2,155 U. S., 208 Glagow : total 7,314 bags. There have been only two sales of B. P. Sugar this week, which went off steadily and a| full prices; ihe quantity sold is 400 casks. In Brazil nolbiug has been done: 900 bags low soft Bengals have been sold at 20s. 6d.a2la. ii) bond, and 1,000 of fine while, put up lo auction, were taken by the grocers at SOs.Sd. a 85s. 6d. VVe have no inqjiirj for Plantation Coffee, but the stuck id so much reduced ihat holders are nut williag to sell, we have iherefiire had no basiiiPSB done: iu Foreign we are without inquiry. 30 bags Trinidad Cucoa offered by auction were withdrawn fur want of buyers. Pi. memo is inquired nfirr, anil a smiill pitrcf I has brought 9il. per lb. 300bags'E.I. Ginger sold in llie beginning of tlie week al 20s. 150 casks nf good new Ciirolina Rice were sold by public sale at 2Is. 6d. a 32<. and 30 casks on board al 2ls. Jamaica Rums 16 O. P. have been sold at 3s.', and 120 puncheons (.eewarda nearly I O. V.la. iii. per ^itlloi}. We have more inquiry fur Ashes, bulb for cousumplioi^ and e:(port, and Montreal Pearls have sold 3S�., New Yorlf f Os, Montreal Pots 38s. duly paid, and 28's. a 28-i. <5d. for exporlaiioo. . Carolina Tar has been sold jt 17�. Od. auJ ^0 barrehi Turpentine lo arrive, 3.4tb8Roft, at 12 qotice ll4s week, ttre .a small parcel of Hoadiira% ^^pgijtood at HI, lOs. tii.6i. .lis; (hi, and slot of S& torn FuBUiitrom the qiiay. at'9f. ids. per Ion, each bein^ orinferii^.r.<!ufi|iiiy. '-/{^bere )i%aJieen,a .s.p,<rcitial�ye itemand for Palm, Oil^ ami .aiii^e <;iiBsid�^r{piile ^�| Ih^ eat �v.e'.sincebeeitl. rtliwa'iiyaucciir-?/.irr)r'iiii�,. THIRTEBNTB DArs pdLL, Tvn83i>&y, Wa^ich ijj. At foor o'clock Mr. Latnb wa� 49 a liead of Mr. Hobhoime oh ifie duy'g poll. The fffi'Ss iiui'iibieili were bb follow :- Sir Francis Burdelt.......... �0|jle. Th')' j>pjDnpnt. He wikhtrt he did. In that respect hi� (tppoiietit had not kefit up to hia promise, ihouoli he had before >ai'! thit he never buoyed hira up with fiilse hopni. I'-n T^; should liaee been very glad to nee Ibe wlii'li- i \\'e profession, with tlir writer ut tbe heaiJ, rome Mp to poll for hint.-[Brave.)-F�)r whalewer rr-uixiUt had faeea mude in derogation of-that elass �if ai�', he lioped lie ghouUI never be a-haioed of tlHt.ik�p-port of a profeHMoii lo tvhicit he bcloi>>ti-d tniii<eiC, nor ever blu.sh foril on thfue or aiiy oilier |jji3iin(f!�. Thongli he had had a majority of 43 on the d-.ty's, poll, he was aware llial tlui w�8 in/l noiiin n j/real way to destroy hi.s (ippoiiern's in jbrit-y. iiot ii t-wiili8taiidiii|;, that did not prekeiii hijin from Iieiii^ strll "buoyed up wilh \w\>v."~ f A latit^b.) - Tliere was siill plenty of tiuip, jmd ple/ily of elic-lora to effeti ihat.- (Violetil diuippTobaiiun, and partial applause.]-One hone's exetiion llie lot-lowing morning, by the elct'tors who hid not yet given their voten, would suffice to sweep u�ay ilie majority against him.-f/nterrvptwu.J-lf ihey did not exert themselves, it was not his fault, fur he was reiolved to jjive llum all the opporlniiMy he could, by keeping open the puji till the U9I iu:>-ment. Bat he had a few words more lo suy, atjd he must i-ay them, because they were in viiidict-lioii of the gentlemen of Westroiiialer, who lnul voted for him at the present election, iMr. ljub-house had asserted that the electors who had ({iven their votes to him, had been " Ur�g}�e e lli.it Ihe great proportion of them who had shewn iheui,. selves to be supporters.of him, could liuve bueti prevailed on to vole for him by any iiieai;s-. he did not think a tithe of tiie number cuiili^. Tliey had heard tomethiiig said about iirni'yiii;^ electors to vote for biiu, by liie threat of the losa uf customers. He hod nut hunted ihroii^li all the reports of that kind against ihe otl\t;r side that hud cume wilbin his knowledge, but the chatfje Imvintj been made againsit him, he felt himself biiiind ii> say, that he hud frequently, in the course uf his canvass, been tqld, by persons who hdd supported, hiai at the last election, that ihey should he glad to do io �ga>n, but that they dared not, hecatise if if they did, they should lose the cusloiu of Mr. Hobhouse'a friends.-fLaughter, with some upi plause.J-It was but a day or two a^o that it li.td been slated lo him by a respectable tradesman, whu did not live far from where he stood, that Uu did not dare to vole for him, because in that caiie he had been distinctly threatened wilh the loss uf two good ca'^XatattTs.-f Applause.J-If he had im his side my Lord so aod so, and the Hon. iVIr. ihi>, they were not the only persons that dealt t^iili the people of Westminster. He would not have alluded to the subject, had it not been intniiuneii by Mr, (lobhuuge. But he affiriueu liial influence of that dtscii)ition hud been praciised 011 his side as well as his own. On the olher side, he (Mr. Lamb) had been reproached by one of tha tenants of a certain Arcade, because he iiad not said u word in' their favour. His op|iuiient had produced a letter, which he said wag written to the  tenants of that place by a Mr. Pindar Simpson ; it was so, and was there any harm in that } - [Great murmuring and confusion.) - Did it conluiu any threat of any tort .'' If the poll books were searchtd it would be found that teveial of tlic>e tenants had voted lor him, whom he knew had ^iven their other vote to Sir f. Burdett, Theie-fore, on their behalf, he wished to say that ll-.ty were unwilling to be held I'orlh to the people of Wiislminster <tnd of England, as peisoiis who, in giviiiij their vote to une cuiididate or another, .�uf. tered any inSueuce to uvercoiue the dictates of ihMr own conscience, or acted in that matter liuin any motives but the free and unbiassed feeling* uf iMyc own minds.-{/|p///uafe.) - He had read "ilhun? prisma letter uf tnanks to ihustt etev'tors \vhu t.ud voted at tliis ereciicn for him and Sir f. Hurdcit jointly. (Mr. Hohliouse here observed Ijiui lie Im I sern the letter only through tjie aaiue channei-i Mr, Lamb, ihe public priiilK, tiiit UlaJ he knew nothing more of it. In reply lo a further leuiaik from iMr. Lauib he ackiiowii:dged his belief that jt WB� the genuine production of biaCumuii'.tee, upon which the former gentleman prottjeded.) TiiJs letter thanked tbe persons 10 vVhoin it was a e(| for siipporting Sir f. BurfleU, but afteiwarJ'censured Ihem for voting fur himseilf, on tiie grbiin.il that that operated to tjie prejitdiifi uf SU. iivb-huuse. Now if tjiat was not carrying diciaiion in tile utmost postibte limit he kurw ix.l wiiat was. In general, candidates and iheir friends wtie grateful, and expresiied tiipmselves so to lluise electors who voted fur themselves, without thinkini; uf let-tetjiig iheir will with regard to others. Here theiB Was a slight expression of graliiude fur the support of nfricnd, iutlowed by a censure for aukng i.l(t: caiididtite of whom the wnteis ij>^*Rl'i''.y^^' owned he thought ihat the cry at djciuiion rajsril against him sljoultj lie s>lenl..in fntme ; for ihti docuiivent plainly implied iiot 011^ a ceiisi.fa fur the past, but a diclattpn to o^h*r .ettcturs during Ibe remaindrr of tliis e!ecili)ii,,wtiH4irobt^b.ij pjQr �p,cclive iflaiice to lltei)> conduct o\\ �;>i^l\^t& one, Hi' still eutermtuetl the .ii�u*i s^V^yi'tWlitlflte*! �iid w ,t|�e poll opj^n \o.^^\^\f?\n-~!ilfMtpj^1^), Wr. HsspftVbJi !i�i .M�t4�"y II itlg of tli� t^aig fti. the poLU Jrtwatij^yessi^ c rr riw>'t MiMb,'lrei)�

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