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   British Press (Newspaper) - April 1, 1820, London, Middlesex                                \' '. Vn>*^iK-^>^i^ ��.��.'.at; pii'l'    J ;>*^ h>\r Woody, Mt. Do*ffl4-iSa^Mwf m'^Wiei^^^ The Box-Q e ppeii frpin Ctnreji44T 'tm^OBBlS OF MlDDl Ifr�r1i�^l�'fclJi%*if�4�i*t ereaf Ra�>Dr, Wi Cal8lo>ue 6J. ,     ' 36: :4atl a� he �ewbo.irereii�ivcndably abteot lit the ^pmmencement of the sea�oa n. acCDUot .'pf Ifie Gedfrnl''fitecliou)^ "to receive' sobsieriptionR for ific'laat FOUR CONCERTSi <� obedience-leaiiiihfraiuest, (tMy ;SU6SCRI�TION for .that number, (o rotninenre at the Kew Rooma, Hanoyer.�inare, o(i F&b' UAY.tiie y4iHiAprit aiid i*KiniHaWon�FRIDAT,' Itt ilti <.f JU;.y, 3;�ms of Subscrijrtls^B, XVVO.qqtNgAS apd �|] A LF. , 'i^et* traosferabl^ lo 'rainnies,XAdie**,(o Ladi^' a.�1(kKf^i�^tal G;At^edleii.'^!Sdbar.{(a(na,~PaJl.iiiall,aad.(o be fai4|ira)l Bjmic^ � -^lillers ami Tifjimen. - r .� Of whom .iaav be had,   <<�         LliS.]t)0*STRAVEpS ftOtJNDTHE VtOVLV^^l^ . _'��Iff'.:./ I       ,-i-:---�  '---- . Thia day are pablisbed, ,. CnAilGES ifr GRAND JURIES in ihe lale �f :�ly, �))oA Ijibela, Va|p9ntB,^Aiiiat Lkir, BtlU gi.m, ilf belliopa Aaaembliesi tee.; with large adtjltienji, fo. I lie me uf iVlngislrates aud SluideoUof law. Sei�iiil Edir I'li.ii, prirc lOs.etl. ;       R''ioiBe di�tiBct50W'si4t�i�wetfaKifci��i^^^^ Law.-. iX.;.Sonne^Tfe^iWi! AnOf^MjiqhiWe. Harold.-X. ,The' Grave-XI". :E3ctraBta.'.;frjSai tfte Journal of an EtiEiiah-Traveller in PalesUne.-aCIf; The Leper of the Ciiy of ad�ta..h�XUR Sonwi^* bf'W. eornelins.-iXIF. iBiOgrapia.' cajrNotlces pjf tbe Jale Diike at X^ot. I� * Jjf   " HjiBsaholdcriXV. To jny ,Mp�hej-.-.X7i,, J licatib.h's.'^; Brili.h1�nU.'wbidt^tt) matt de-A Ti "   " -    --   - ; t This d,i)y is published, rtfLACKv\oab*s ediiSibuRGH maga^ Xp: ^ Z^JiE, Nb. XT'XVI': foi* MSHGH.lfe}* , .^eiWiT�Kt�wl..Bo�?n,; Of, Sl�?lc)iet)or�M�Unni. |By One of the Fancy. No. V I.-?. Letters of, Timothy Ticider, 1bt[:U Eiiittmt lileratv Charaetera:'TfoVV*: To-ihe Edilar ^9< ,L^�er firom an Bliteriv Geniiewoman to Mr. Cliristopher North.-, f. I&itew of Ufe �'Aiti*' HHU ii.'Ui��4fe'/ �d.'Te!V;i-i Si. OUc �a�|ih;^�ia^n. [B]s^� Ji^fa Qmlleinaiiriately, ^C�H�1^- l*t�wfTra tJi^ pitricH.SSVpIJiJi'*;,- -., it Letter from James Piidlaw.-7. St: PnestP&pers.-8.-,Oa tVjt and HtHMbr;^ the ti'^ cietjr^lTiEditiburgb.. Hp: Ifl. The Progr^ pf, ^ft^if^e-. tore .io.JEineland.-JiS. I^ecotJi^tioris. No, .11L, Mark Maorabia^ sAccotfnf of thi? ej�?b�iii�edli-lMi ��h�f|*a oo ilbe.pit^ily of G3>i�is.-r7l&/ A Chuwh-MrA.Jlpep^f-^te.' TlxSa'Mor's Song -17. Elyaiflin : aSuijiiet,-^l^C Autumn; ziiiet; AtnstTeVFatiirr^s Svqund Freseiit;'M)<%olson ivlSsiF^l.ipc Intellleei)risp.D�:KeUjt>(i^g through ihs village of Two*|]pijle Bpria,. on ft bo.^e without a bridle, aad^te,' or coltar; there were'between ibftjrand fifty people ttear him, ^ho ha4'ptobabty ,_     foseo brooghi- oGenr^hinl feiy-ihe��te^ftlriri�f of hi� lyip^ grindest Lpttery everljipowti,!:;- �40,000 ^ JL additional Prize Maury'-encouragenxe'nt to early Purchasers. The 2,006 Tickeis to be decided^lltb of Ap*il, entitled to 301. each,-over atxl above whatever Prize they may be-las. Capital Prizes, including Four of 90,000;. Twaof 9O;0lb0f.'Twd6f lO.OODZ. CoiisuJs.       '       TiokeU and Shares for the aVuvie enand. I,oltfry'�re selling hy EYTON, Slock Broker, at bis old and. lucky OIBce, 2, Cornliill aiiil liji>�teb( -��-��-� � >V V,:. ' ALL PRIZES J Uh APRIL. ,   -- ^^RROLL, Vlle Coi^tracl'df, be^a mOBt "eartfe-stljf to Impress oti'^tbe p'iihliemiiidthe�llva ??N.TI3(AT DAY (only Two Thousand Ticjtela will be Drawn', EACH TO RECEIVE 3DI.'and tlie5l to have, IWATromGlfj (he same Cbaoee when'Uie.drawing beginn qa the !i7t||.^r:il, as if it had not afreadi/ been drawn a Prize of 30I.,lherefore, ontbe lllh ApHi an'AdVentbrcr ,MAY GlST "A'PHl^E, BWT CANNOT iH AVE ABLANsK'. tbei&ihante contains 103 CAPiTAL PRIZES, incluiiiJie    .     , 4 ...... Prizes of......f36f,000 :.',iJ'. JeiSO.fidO/' ; 2......Prizes of......��0,000 imjMi ' .  a......Prizesof.....,�10,000-;..,,..iJp0igt� &6. lie. I -V-y^ In all 363,5001. in Money and CuOM^ajHtaelndiagpnCXTitA SVM of 4PJOOO<. tL'JficlipA^^pi,!^, ^Ae, Cm'rflf/mji'jW added lo iAe,fr/ze Hloiitg, hypeni^i'ssion of ^xoVeimmeiiU J Tlcketaand Shares fait iellihff4^RR9t.e.�-'Fi#(diwti Offices, No.,|�i Corijhai, :Wii^in�;. ;)t^H9if^a^ triehly iceniorfeil'thjacouduet, li�*p?he' wtfDlil  ^pretenta* Nptoj iit;ini��B-,the; fV^wmmi^Mf^ hMy andi^forNfoch pnrpni* took* down .of, tliie'!Magiaifajiei' ip. toit .Ticimtj' of ifae i^liM�g��trWei;iiehaHii     ' tantftjitofitiii^ ^MaL til ftasizei^^! atid�,ip hje fode JbrptjgKlth* trtllage,, jje ,|0(}lt.,pf.;bi�-hat, ffi|d>,nayiiig,it in ^lie air� cnetj butt; ^vEure^^ '\i;r(MLt'M0>\ma!iT''Witnegg p^oda^ed 'fbe/iib� boh-^^t #b8 bf'Vailotiabdtdulra.' 'As fidlyi pi�ed on, wituessi cal Mitiai 'ti>' atop faat^e^stnicie th� hera�.�nd rodeo^ 4Hli|a}-4ogjieiV8a n> to^^liini. Heww ''iP5'rOT__ dishonottriible cridie l%'&t'ei�.'�'.' '-WitiiWt fontid the.fibbbn rn his pocket.' J-KerTf fiwlnaid Ije came from. Tbarles, next frbnt'flMcrea^ 4nd laitly from Galway.......... ..iU.i .. � Bernard M'Cae, on6 of the Eluirgany aiid KtU nemanagh Police, de|iiosii!d;'.tfaat on the 17th iVIarch he �aw it: man; ridingj do: th&4road"neai Two�roile Borin, with a ribbon in hit hat; that niieo he ftaw the witness he took off the ribbon and put it iu'hia pocket. WUness; tjodk hiin''iiito,cui)|tady ^ the Pri4 sOner at firit Sold hiihi heWrtbn of W: Gbrtfoo, pn'blican, of Tbdrlw; he aftetwaTdr'said he �ai rrom Roscrea, and. latterly jth^t he naafrom Gal4 way. He was searched by^db� first (irirnesg, Graoti who fount) the ribboii in hispocket; tb^y then mad^ him lie it oif his'hat, aiir(^^Wli�rteid*hrni to toj^ to the Magistrate; he did' not appeiir in Jitjub^^ : Wjtpe.^ im^ ^e^llo��j^. Uad^jof .>j;llini .oysters. .      ^i^^ iCflplain Wi Ubii', ?hief flte'detacftniiiii'ol'Pb hood.       .  . in � rejwce'd at -he wan ha theieqi ^ ibre'upon pbblib gf ^ ii�-ti�ari that- in.^geiiferi^K^ icaoctK'Bs i'cot]i>:theap{i^ _ .. e-,rwld he, le,  ma the town of' MWritibrbtf^h.'' A^liol't tWb b'dlijfck tfe Court 'Honiii^ itas'opi^iiedf imd/iDrati iosiaot-it was crowil^ edi tocxbsMji .The tutooJt and aproiir w^g �o great,' , apd^VflPtiWPd xOilliHlSf* vMat the Sh^rilf declariid he WrJlS.K>iun, on^ortlie'Bgsegiibrs, ih a most^ni-''ittated tt^H atddireisedtTie meeting.   He i^imiiidM -thieittof'^e riaiiibei4e*t tiinal he addreised then,, sod'Sias adwsys heard:ivitb..attention: and be en-,t;reat�i nR'^�ilifr;berin gone throagh by the Sheriff Mr. WjBliUBTON, of Garrabiflcb�.propoaed tbe I^ght|Ioi|. yf.yf. PtoLE, ^D4:Sir R. Staples ieconde4 the ooinipatipn. . Sir'Hei^bV l^ABN'ek,L, Bart, was proposed hy thie ftdti. Ctf a'BiiEs^ESBir, and seconded-by Mr. S*nBB�B*, of Moyofl. -   � * ."Sir; CbaBI^'BS .CeoTE, was proposed by Mr. iSMlT^andaeconded^ty Colonel Weldon. Mr. Copiity, nature of biS'birstiless for i�hKb we hav�Pal�eiiibied here, and ;;#�eia\�(>3"eir.to>j4>prerhRle tlw sarwus merits of tbe canditiates, that i.ti^.uouecessary for iq^^to treses* ing principled of wbtch is to pfaict aii iidditibhal tax on this already f�verburdei^d^�Mntry:-a iaw, which can be of no jiervic4:toihe country, but.which ;will ce^t^piy .do It.fniich .toji^ry-a law, tbe very principle of which is founded on a false, view of the existing circumstaoces of'the people-bat the real purpbrt of the law: ill'attempted to be veiled from you, or at least palliated.-'it is a novel featore .in societjr toses%bv/ulier the first to disown kit oten cftild.'--bat.1 can scarcely wonderat-it, when I reject, for a ipomept ^hat a miuhppen, uglify distorted Arat it is. Sir Henry's pruicipal apology forthia 'Bill is, that it may ii'idfeed tie repealed.' 'True, it iritiy, but not by Sir^Hie'niy-the Parliament can do it--tb�y:can do all thinKrbut oiie-'tiiat ist change a man into a wi>man ! Sit Jieuiy ha* lik��rige assert* �d thfit^his.tax wiU,iiot, be o^or^ t,l]^n/>ne,fart.biog aa acre, and t ;!ay, without.dispiiliRg thatpitint, that no matter whether it be'^d. id.'fs. or ^Slt should hdit, iii'ttie'prBs^t circumsiance^ -of iW ^rbuntrj, hitV^'been lit all liitroduced^; Hehadlikewise said, .tbntifie brought i.fefotward:from a copviirtitgipf itsgreat .,l|iti|ity,to the coiiittry. J trquld be gkd lu Iwow wheh did thjscoijyiclion -Basti ou,th'e G^ntleinauViaind > t weir thiJiii'ihe'Jpbje'ct o^f iti inlWditictibb-^lid yon �f}H^}Htewi�e^nbwtiTir it' irlo^ takeith^ibtirden-of expense froui: off the .riieplder&ofMtheCitiRiUdatea^ where/ it- shoultl proper.ly.rreU, and: place iit;Oo the iir�B% qverlbajt^ ,aljopMv^ of, ^e .^loldd: -Tbe/e 'fi M suTijecf to wl^cbi would ^^J^jnesn that unuattiiiiU coallt^^li::4*hich|' . -- - iio dou( ll�!py��m�a*teroal tbib^o4i.-t J-will-'ask '' yeiig^'g^itaimt'io'^jom-^ coalition^ of *"itiii-cfepwfertq^3diia^M�^ 19'.fae^f^ligi^'^Yrom i%s^r�riliiQti]{ei. and if yod , pk-��^ti cui^^ ^i|i�iU�ri|r<^onsi&t'eqbyj; t,e9^M kiOgleMC,t( of.yoii.ti; tat^ tlie Cipte^ ,�6igh well its.,probable coaseaueni:es, ^od .jiording to ii^ci^tfitvictfoi^ jl^Qui- bitnd�r�foall liave .^�*^t^d5.'f'*i'w^:SWI^|fl(ie:''. �*�: aHsujre";-j�u, .thalE;Sir bUnk ttiei'qnjNftibQl ' It'^h^ aakecl if a cou-HtioVej^t*M�eiJ S(i(H.''Pa^.^f �nJme? I answelr, ijrestaiid toeaco bitie^ precisely in the vani): ri;latio^8fl oii the last eiectiqt),. 1 bare repie�eiiti-.d this cqanty Id j^ra, and iiaye been Veto riled 1�. times,Sir H. Paraefl fAarepreseiite^ it 14 year^, and been rttiiTnfed irx'tf;&ef:t�f ^ Gentry, the rti^pectable. jreomaory^ .aT ifhe' forty-shi41 iijga freejicjldeiab Bai.anjr-portibnJ of tiieiii, rotae for-lirard, and talfeii;dii' SJb' .Cliari.?s 'Cbgte" to. turn either oC ^t; ,twtf fiir if'he|lp|w lie iniiist' cer-Uinly,44 M� ^ Grantf'Juriea *'nt*rtra'into Res4��tiopa dlHifipirbviDg or.'oar condjicV 01' h'av(> the-Mw5lifet*Jl|*. dimefreeboUIWs-? I dbimi BlMtt t^^ eharW.- right of <^S(iriii|^fii4iaetff40 the cwm^       of xhU omntV. HiB ha|4^^i^(|g|yt|.^^ no^main has a belter rii(iifri^ln^'^ipi^iroT?brai witl^^ highest re^^eet. We iwve baenaeeosed of entering iiito a i�iis(Mrucy i,t�ntiij[�ji;iia,4fi^ if so, ^�^^Cpa^j^K;COM Mr. Graltan. tiie Mar- ^.�?ld?Wtwiiiw�!^ ;�ow(&�,.igir G..P^gidi�.;Mr.. Grace, Mr. Vicars, Mr. Cooper, Sir, R. Stapl^ gre all   coi�.�pjrator.s. , Gentteotm, d  you think it possible that these men wqtild eiinlf itttir a ciiHi^iratiy i^inSt jaa ? VVKo ' have 'bombioed-�itb Si^ Charles Coote ? BeMdes his own family. Lord Castlecoote, Sir E. Coote. there art; thre^ 0% four^^oth^r; Gen,tletnen, whnQi I will name ; there iaivlii^ Smith apd Sir W. Hon, but w hose 'estimata of the sense of Hits ^obiity t will nut take; ahd th^eis ftfr.Weldoa, aS res0eetabtea geniiein �u^arly termed a lon^ ^ ptirse.And�Reatclthey going to^patinour pUcts at thlscritical puio^pfottrhisljitrsi? piqi qf gre-dt talent, to be aftre, of great skill in the bosiness of government', aii^ great'eiperiem^e in'legislation. Tt has been fbsjirattted thai'I wished, at the last eiectiuo, ''to have the county p^ed in a private room. .No iininiiiMoit caA^be more falser I wished to save .tb^coHiity tbevtroubie and agitatioq to be appre-^eoded, fr^tn.acouteated^ elevittoo.. I did not succeed; and wKat was the consequence ? After the (bunfy'iras polled for six day*,' and that Sir C. Coote polled as many of hit fiieinda as he thought well of�-i>ire had a majority'one third-my poll 'being 86Q-and Sir {jjeiicy^.P^rneirs poll 8^0, abve Sir Charlea Cpot^i, ' As to the Election Act, about' wb^b so' ro^^cb ban been .^id, I. did not know that the clause that hasifaeea so much ob-jected-nr, Watcbotaibed to. it bntil after rhe Bi'll waspassM; aiid 10 this astertioni Sir Henry wril bear me oat-[ thoogbt it tsu i^r. However, I forone,4�y tbeJ.-dl will utevetileaert Sir Heuiy ParoelL Mr. Polesvap repeatedly fibeered thouglvout his speech.     ' Sir H(CpASirBtL^-^A�:observations on my con> duct hue been iMdif^ Ltraat-jrott will :give me. L�^sjlcnt b�l|^^ fprni|k,fsaF.,^pm       Fro me to enter'infd ill the details �>f that'inea�urW>. Mr. Smith ia warranted to take the line he baa done, to assist hii friend, and injure me. ] refer to' my' pttriiftoieatary life for fourteen years, us the best answer tO' the charge of ioDy anxiety to add' to the^ burdens of the people. . In every iiigtBDce I have opposed the imposition of tuxes, and hay^ unceasingly endeavoured to lighieo their pressiire. Id 1818, au Act of Parliament was passed for changing the modes of applicatioD for presentments, io Ireland. This new Act gave the privileges to every landholder of the county to otgect at tl||K^^$cssion8 held by the Magistratea to any presalifiDeot applied for. AI� though I did not propose^^t measure to the House of CoinaiObs, yet it oi^^niated with me, and it was at iny suggestiofi it was first approved of l)y a Committee of the Honsf. The e^ct of this measure has been to redifce lite anoQunt of presentments ia this cnnuty for the Spring Assizes of each year, from 13,qo^/. to $,000;. which is a saving of 5,0001. at the.Assizea to.the laiidbidders of this county. . This al.ateiBeat of the Secretary tc the Grand Jury of this 'county, I make from the ofiicial re. turit' of the amount of -presentnieuts fur the three ylears previbua to'this Act,and-tbe two years subse-queut. I claim irom jrou the benefit uf that mea-h^aure.: Io Abe iaat, Parliameot the Minister ^ro-�d*^i .'>l Mite*,to the amouiit of 3,000,000/. )ii^th.eagL. wa* an addition of 5^. per barrel on which must have' pressed considembly on t!:e itnral cloaaes. These uxes I oppoiied im iHipiSi- In--the same Parliament, wjth the �iiml i.'naw ' iesseniag the burdens ot tne peu-p^eieuniioi^ >inost miiiutety the revenue of '"^' .mi^iie "^'enlrpiVe^ ii� mode of collecti'oii, and --''�"^-'^int'ofits'jixpeDdilare, for the par-lini.iig where and' what reireiichmer-.t .fiOnld be elfected. ITupnded on X dervved from this investigatif^n,.. ^.^JXiftlTtemey, aiid the aiilest Snan-j5�Jq�tity,'I'drew up a serteti of Reaolu-^prcWoted to the Hoase of Cniiiibona, iiff^tl'd,'"^bJ�ld affort con^ideraWle SO motiths that tbat Parlta-ice,, the most important measur.rs Oi^ Piiring the nine mouths it s^t, "iinute absent from my duty-vot-, the Opposition, and with the ieli f deemed-feither right. The mea-vbraqght in to pot^own tlie Radi� ^'termed, had my hearty coucur-Jl'((i�e^ed ihefr object to be not a %00t ratiooal liberty, but fof the f.pi||rpa*e� of revolution. Ooly.tvo i'l^t^-wi.th .theMi")*'*:):' 00 ti^at ''�"ertjllect toy Right Hqo^ Ptiend fie �cro�s the table, fqV my vnie. ffiat; no one Mifmbf'r of the ij'I^iiiafi^<�tl �lauchi wthe^Rrvice;of :|t� .1 did Mt'm i>>>ieat�t� betaijiieiMhis ��untgf,ai;(i|. Eqg- l��djt ha�e M�*�W4^ g��t �����*��^�^^^ �iid-V�e -   .i. f^.'.^ -------- ^egMjeof ______.   ithfias a i:i^)&%.4riltigive   

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