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   British Press (Newspaper) - May 20, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number'5440. LONDON, SATiJ^ _______________"if I  "WUa Price Td. ORATORJO.    , T'   \\\%^ym^mi,Am%pfi, May 20, fV^Fhlisop E�e). wilf be pfrforined       , A GRAND"sEL16crifbN:6F'$'AqREl&"yjil*^CltNT'AWb      MODERN}'MUSIC, Uiidcr the (liiiectica of &ir <6e6rge-^ari, oa Ibe^tm* grand ?GaieiuoptqtQ,^3IIis3 Goodall^Miiis Cubitf, aii9'A7ii< . M. Tree ^, nrlc BMJ^m, ,M^<       t      Sisooir Anibrogetli, For iIieiiT�.(Hn;e!fn iKa CbintiV^'a SEl-EdTldN from, a REVVf BKlfJIEM, po!nytfw&'^mmlemp performelrs. Lirader.of;|,lje88^nd,>I^^ Full pac(icu{ar3~_ of tte' iffhole "^rformance, ivlAch will comnieiice at Seven,' art Ki^a''iK":lhe'Billsj' Which may be ' harl at the priocipalMA-aisld'Sbtit^i''. =� Boxes, Places, and Tiefedjsj.niay.lietaken at the Theatre, of Mr.Rodwell, firoM El^yeu to Fire.       , , THKA.Tl^E^lidfJji^ COVByr-G^RDEN. kN Mdt^ip'KY. Pigp:T,.pfclay 22., 1820. will '   fie acted, 4tb lime, it hetr Historical Tragedy,'called viRGnNms: nr. THE tfBERATlON'OF ROME. Appins CUiJdiiiSj Mr. JAbbbtl; Virgiiiitis, Mr. Mac'ready; Irilios, Mr.^'C.-Kemble;'Claudins, Mr. Connor; Siccias Deotaliis, Mr. TerryNu>]aetorius, Mr. Egcrton.  Virginia, MiK Fiiotc J ^ei;via,,Srrj�. Faucit. .   . The Prologue to bespoken by Miss S. Booth; the Epi-lueiie by Mips Braiiio'iil 'ATlir whtcb will b% prodftced_, Brst time, a new Scotch ! '�� fefantaliicei in two acts, called      -THE RATTLE Of" BOTHWELt brigg. I.uri> Erandftlej Mr.Dtimset ;;.Gol.t;iaTerh(iilse, Mr. Con. nnr; AT^ni:,Brllende|ie{.Mr. BlaAchjtrdn ^erjeaot BothweM,; Mr. Corner^, Henry jMorlQn, Mr. Abbott; Gudyill, Mr,. Cli:![iman; Cnddie R^<'^'''K� Mr! fimery.    Lady Margaret JSelleiidene, Mrs'' Ds^enportfeilitb, Miss M. Tree j Jenny ' J)ninisJiif,JVrrt;T. HrlT. � ' Covcnaateys-^iVbD Salfou'r, Mr. Farley: Mause Heddrig, Mis. Coouor.- ; ST. PA^Tftjiefe^'cHARiyy SGHOdLS AND ASYLUM . ' 'FOft FEMAtEORPlHANS. THE"AlKi^tJAL :Dt^NEK -wiir be at. the FreefeS^dni'Tavern, Great Qneen^streel, on MONDAY, Miyijflfi^O ; His ituyam^esa the Dulceof SUSSEX in the Cbair. laCB-PRCSXPEllTS: ifti, f� eit,' suclt �cONtRlA'qTs'^.FbR C^Ai'p,, ANp SUCH Pe'rsbm as' are de'sirms of liflA the- J^l/mi fpr Ciyiu�r,at itjii Q^ce bCr. IweeiiAbe'HouW'of Ten and Fv>-" ^ �� " G'^nekVy^lir-     '^^'^ " ' ney, �nd deliver .....--------- .Teudw^fji? �up]4yiuBiie9a1�� acMett: ttP. attdi niarkiulii _Tfnder,!,for CBais,",ontil.-3>e.l*es�|Clock on Tliesd^y the,, ;6tb 0^ June. , , V . � 'Tepij^a'for sojiipli^ing Candles, ieiaUft iip, and niarVed "Tthdet far Cemdler," Matn Ta.6lv*'tf"<;iic1i*on Tkardday' ru>lE8' Gauery will be opened at Six o'clock. Tickets may be bad by applying to the Ladies' Committee, 13, Denmark-street, on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thnrs. days, from Eleven till One. Diiiuer oil Table at Rvt o'Clock.-*Ticket, Wioe included, iXi. CAREY-STREET LYING-IN DISPENSARY, LONDON. THE HOOPING COUGH continues to be eifcctually Cored at this Establishment sooner than a Common Cold, if taken in time. That this blessing may be extended far and wide. Parents in tbe Country are informed, ibat by^Bclosiag a It. note, with the age, .&c.. directe4 a aliuve, to'"J. Kidman, .Sfirgeon," &g. will have the Re* medjf sent, with foil Directions, to any part of the Kingdom* CHAWCE WITHOUT RISK. FOO� PRIZES OF �30,000. AND FIFTY-EIGHT OTHER CAPITALS, In Money and Consols, in the Wheel. NEW MODE of ADVENTURE, by which EVERY PJDRCHASiEft is SECURED from LOSS on the NEXt OAy of DRAmNG, THUHSDAr, lit JUJfE, As every Ticket or. Share boiigiit between 18th May and 1st June, If aaa.'WIf oaTbursday, 1st June, whether a Blank or .Prise,;aiay be exchanged, free of expense, for an Undrawn T|(^t or for an Undrawn Share, or the Purchate Moneg will ie rilumid, if' required. And the holder of every Ticket or Share (bought as afoiresaid), ir rot Dbawn on Thursday, lit June, may receive the Purchase Money back for aucb Undrawn Ticket or Share, if the same be demanded 00 or before Tuesday, 13lh June ; therefore, wbo> ever buys before 1st June, MAY GAIN, AND CANNOT LOSE, As be may KEEP tbe PRI2E8 if he likes, and RETURN the BLANIU if be pleases, �ISIate of the Wheel.-Only q'wo Days More. 4......Prixetof......�30,000 4......Prizes of......�1,000 4 ...... Prizei of........�500 50 Priiea of     �400, �300 Acc. tc�. malciag'io'AIoaey and Consols, > Sixfy.two Capitait ^tt Undrtcum. Warranted Undrawn Tickets and Shares are on Sale at the Old-established apd Fortnhale Offices of HAZARD and Co. I be Contractors, Royal Excbange-gale; 20, CqrnkiU; and 824, Oxford-street, corner Of l^irallow.streei, Lbndbb ; who Shared and Sold in tbe Last.Lottery iContract, Nua. 7,370 and 6,656. Prizes uf 90/100/. each! And in a recent Lottery, Air the Prizes of 30,(KH)!M5! HAZARD & Co. Shared and Sold FlV� of      C�iiithJ Prizes drawn th� rirat Bay, S7tb April; alsoi N6l�j318,'n Prize of lD,000/..-3     Ceiit�aaiols,.dittwti> North Britain at which Siibtch Coals'' are used, to be,ip IJke manner tenderied for and supplied uudef one Cotitract. , . , All the Barracks in the three Islands of Guernsey, Jersey, and Alilerney, to'bl supplied under one Contract.' THE QUARTERLY REVIEW,TVo. XLV. will be published on SATURDAY the 27th ipst. CoiTTENTS:-I, Ufe df the Diikeof Marlborpjigh- Memoirs of John Djuke. of .{M^rlborqugb, witb his,origM>^' Conespuudence, collected from the fpiyily Records .at.Bjeu-bcim, and other autheotlc ^burces ; bv ATjiiiam'Cd^^e, AI.A. F.R.S.A. Archdeacpii 'of Wilts.-II. Van Diemei's Land. Michael Howe, the last and worst of thk "Bnsb Raiigerd of Van Diemeu's Ladd.. Narrative ofitlie ihiBf atrifcities, committed by this Great Murderer ^and bjs; associatM, during, a period of Six years, in Van Diemeu''8 .Laud.-111. Count Fo'rbin. Voyage dans le Levant;-ilV. Roads and'Hi�;h'w'ays , J. Report of the Seleet Connrtittee^on the Highways of llic Kingdom. 9. PcactioaliEssays'onth� Scieotillc Repiir and Prkservaiion of Pnhlio Roads;;.-by4o1ii< London iil.'Adam. 3. Remarks M'Ailani. �. casay on' (Jiinslrnclion ol Richird Lbverf Edge ry>^ocnnienls; by; L-ifutenapt-Colonel CP. de Bosset. 2. ExpQ#|6. des faitp qpi ont pie-ckib cl suiyi la Cession de Parga, ouyrage ^crit originairf-, ment en Grtc pirVn Pareanipje, et t�dait et .publil^ flar Amaiiry DiiVal, de *'hretiftt;^�i*Mtfo*fr^t3i*ek": Observations relatiinr to ilUe Modern'Greek LaugilBge; by M.  iaus. Printed fur John Miirray, Albemarle'-alrect. No. XL. containing the Secoud aud concluding part of the Index, will .be published at lUe same time. . Ci^mplcjeSets o�y be had uf the first XX. Vols. of. the Quarterly Review. CONTINENTAL GUIDES. The following New and Portable Books, with correct Maps, Plans, Views, &c. are   ust published  for  the Use of Travelleraon the Continent : PLANTA'S NEW PICTURE of PARIS. 8�. botipd, with Costumes, lis.-Reichard's Itinerary of l?rBoce and Belgium, 8s. bound,-lleichard's llineraiyof Italy, 10�. 6d. bound__Reicbard'c llfiierai'y of Germioy, 12(. boniid.-Reicbard'sltinerary of Denmark, Siredeh, and Russia^ 7s.bound.-Reichard's Itinerary of Spain and Por-tu^l, .7a-bound..-Scbreibcr's Guide, down the Rbine-, 8s. bound__^Yasi's New Picture uf Rome, 12s. bound. -iVasi's New Piclut'e of. Naples, IDs. 6d. bound.-Post ituada id Europe, Ss. bound.-Boyce's Be'lginri Traveller,8a. bound.- Ebel's Guide through Swilzi-rland, 8s. bound.-Ebel's Atlas of SwitzerlaV^d, with Keller's Map, 8s. balf-bound.-Genlis' Manuel, du Voyaceur, three Languages, Buglisb, Frfenchi and ltalia�,'6s. 6d. hatfZbonnd.-Ditto, in six Languages, English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, aud Portugnesej 9s; 6U. half-bound.-Blagdon's French lutei-pveter, Os- 6d. half-bottrtd.--Whitaker'8 Modern French Grammar, 6s. 6d'. half-bonnd.-Rumberg''s Mew Piifiure of Brussels and its Environs, 88. bound,-Art of Correspundeuce, 5s. balfr bound.-Catalogue of the Pictures in the Louvre, 4s. boards, 58. bound.-A large Map of France, Belgium, Swileerlandf &c. 68. folded, 9�'. canvass and case.-H^mbniA'e's New Poisket Dictionary, in Freiicli a^tid English, aii'd Eflglish and Ft'encb, revised by C. P. VVhitaker, 8s. boitnd.i-Tourisl's Journal, St.. 6d, . .        Printed for Samuel Lfigb,] 8, Strand. BARLEY.MOW TAVERN AND CHOP-HOUSE, Sajisbury-court,''..'|^leet^treet. TT h W. WILLIAMS etnbriices the eiirliesf 6)i* MjA* port.unily uf exjirrssing bis most gniteful Thanks to bis numerous Frie,n^s, for tbe liberal aud. iwiprefedeuted Support be hasliitherlu been honoured with; a Suppifrl lliy more truly gralifyiiig to him, as evinciuj; that, even i'li tbcic (ben imperfect aud incomplete ^tale, his piaus'and s'yHteoi of Accommodation met universal approval; and although be has hitherto abstained, and is siill'determined toabstaioy from obtruding himself upon public notice by specions. or delusive Pu^sinthc Ifewspapers, ^-el, having cauKiderably enlarged and-improved bis Premises, and at length "com-pleled hit exteifsi.ve aud commpdious Arrangement^ fur the receptiob and acciiiiiniodution of the Public; he feels it bis. duly to direct general- attention to the snperinr Advian^ (ages which bis Estal)iishmeiit presents over every Concern of asipiila^ description in ihe Metropolis v-as, i<^ addilioit to ^be convenience uf central Situation and exleiit of Pre. misea, the cicctlmstHJice uf possessing a License'eiiabieii him to combine' with'the'Ease, CaiBfur*, iiud Ecnbomyof the Cbop-boHse; all tbe Deslderali of (he splendid Tavern! Couiident, t|iercfare�in bis medns foratt'ui^iug.geiU'ral.Sittii. faction, L.. W, Vyilliams now . resp�;lfiUiy,.iiolici Is Jhe Pa-tronageaiid Support of a generous u.iid discerpjiig^ Public^ assuring tbepi'of the exert ions'of bis iit.rauiAp>Kii(iide|ipJ^|iil^y.ef�)�an^ _      FOB: Bis'ciPtiN � JUVBNitfe ,r�lHE GENB.._ i jL-^SORIBERSJatttf jbe.beW on TUESDAY!. tuasnoB', Hall,. Great^L ! His Royal IIighai?!|^tib. ai'i�pertor description.' ' '    .-v .        �"   : . For parti'cnlars B^ply tPjATr. T. tj�f(^be,t-Lark l^all^ (^lapbaui; or loi,,Mr. :J..fc:l-nscomli>^|Wi^ofd, ICiogs-. bridge, De.v6n; wbere sp^oieni^of tbe 6re, jcc. may be seen. ' ' ''�'�.    '" "'� TwrcKENlIAM^; TO BE LET Fiirnisfierf, for Jo1 '.Music, 30 voU.; Delpbin Classics, 60 vbls.'cbm'plete j ma ^xtieusive Culleciion of'Caricatiires, &c. &c. ... �       '    .      '      I    '     �    ' '    ....."' JMPERTALPARUAmNt. fote'lay bet'ore'lb^Ir-'llofdiittps (befollo�rii)||; pi^sUibn.' iwWelt'bt'ltreerf lb�n.aMi'Wedde�day ibey wouldritinve all �^orti�.i�il)t of eonsidariojfj-fSil^ atSnn ith'e jmlginelit of. :tlyf;Cj.o�t-below,t^at IheNoWe ^ppelff^l.t^ad iiot the right ibf Tllm. as. to tbe leSijes 'uf tepants wbera their'forrarT il^aes'lia.fiiat expired wftrnltlc ^citbu >Vo8'lirdiim'a'''^  'niafe'f..rll)i-r:ib(joiry as |t4'lKe" lMirM:^J iHj>1^oit1d tberrforc'on^Ve'inea'lay idovei, tlKtt tliU ilmildibeiikb'rfLiMrdabvii*' -jtfdgmeot,, if au, ."The' 'jAJsfponHI ;'-'P*PEfe. -'Ilf r. Bdli(fek4frijm|be 1:reai�fyf^re8enfea>�H:viro4si<4pera .refcstiyettp lhe'L�ud,'I(�k.fl;(iBii.i M^ea^!|i(r^' l^etHfoas e^iRWIMfaC^'ipiily  . The Earl oriPA�D!Wj(iB�fu�p a>l�(i,;?..Pe yi,^h>, U, the Isle of Ely.-They w,ere airlald on Uie table. �'" WAftkiMi'�* iqstf^d of the Nyble, ^ppellaijt be^ug a loier,,if, hj^W^dtfied before the old leases had expired, he would be a' gainer by (be advanced rents.' TBid Lord drdinary in ibi Sebtcb'Gb'urt Was o^bpi nion that the late Dnke bid not ttken aiiy ihiog for the rd nnnciation ufitbeformer leases^intthe way of attvuicedreat bat what ib^Ene.CQmiiig after Mm ...voutd ,lafce, .bi^t at the saaJB time I^e, was . of 'Oj�j^ioii (bat., be ..bad iabcn a glassdm. ' Tlien with respect'' to'glassum o'r no glas^ aim, wbete tbe Dnke toot'jUii'lKijaiiclalibb "^df tbe old leaiies^aod extended tbe nev'one*'wWiMnc{�ased rents, be, with bH deference .'to tbtti1�ara�d iiul|e,', woalil say^ tbe Duke,hMiiot.taken,ta.gtassbqtjt/or:i.f,it,na* once ad> milted tbat tbe_.DuI^e cQt^ld liikAMtJenubcfation of the old leases, and ihat^'he might fetwWeW UitaJllii, be certainly tnightigl'aat netr'leased to tbebldl^ea. - At^bfiier tiuestion bal been contended fof, that tbe^^Ieain were atTected by (be statute of t}ie40tb.of'Gepi^'j|t.. He was of opinion (hat they were not ^oaffeste*'- '?l'S�tif'.�be pnrauani in tbe Scotch Cpiirt baJ, ^iJf, sucli. � cae.oq his sumpioina as be could' sustain,' bew'aii o^ upitijab;fbat .it wdnld. be a moat dflflciilt tineW'iftlcebut. It ha'd beeitisjiid'oii 'the part ot tli^ N^ible App)elhiii>, (bat ;Blleoiiib^itiba bad been doab tkway with, as tbaoJ'(W>Vf tlMt?lbey!weire all sd id-thaii one lease ,ftJ!V�OI,";,With fe�!ouei,i.tJ,,-'--' -=-' Nol>le Bardi tid aeVerar'i^the'r'Wfejiib^ of tKe Honse of ComntOhs, brbiight up the Irish'Assets A'dniii>isti%tio'n Bi'4, whit^ was sfterwanU read tbe firsl'time,' On tbe niotion of the I^rlof-SHA^^MSPJ^YI,..-�... Tbe Earl of. SiiAn^SjQyRX, '"ii','',? absence,of, the,Itfar-quis of Lansdown^. moved, for an .Account^ of alt Imports and' Exports lb 'andVi-a'iib'''da'ntbn',' in i6liiria-,'.in' American ship/-Ordered": -   '-'' "        ''       ' TheSoiitb Sea Conipaoy|le^ala(iota>�ilttra3'comm|ttBd. : The.StageiQoscbReguJatio^Siliiiwas.alsq.tipmiintit'd. . ;rbe Irish .Stock TiMisfer Bill if^a rjad the third time, apd civit'List Sill.    �   � . Hf. Brogden, anrf'sW'eral aiVA Merabersiof fbfe House of GonmhBi^ brought up the Clv.ilililstjBill.uJbicb'was read thefir^:time, on:!the bmMJIBI.Uffthje -EarltofiMtfEMOOLri and ordered,bje, prii;|e(|.. - - �    - ^tl.it,'jaic|^mii^ [i^lbeaiiiybrflieirCbr*. ships t.i give it tlw! fullest coi�ei^j:ationi He w^uld there- TUeir Lordships IhWii itijoum^l on i tbe' nioliou ofthe Eart.qf SaAKTBSBUltr,! |iII.WrdaesdAy:neilli ;     ... HdUSE ofiCO^^S, � IFiwA^j ,te*.'l9;"' ed for the barougb-pf Scarbprougb, in'tberuo.in of Lord Normanby, who b^, since hisjel^lioo, aocepled tl^e olfice of Steward of the CbiUcrn Hundreds.   .' puSMc/AccoiiNtsy .  ' Mr. Johnson; Yrb'di tH,e fcbief jfeecrelary's-Offite jri Ireland, presented (be Eighth Report'of the CommissiSnTcrstor Exa. mining the Accounts of'ihejPublie Expenditure of Ireland. Mr. Mqsou, from abb ERstjIudia Uoi\8e,ipresented Ac counts shewing the, Bjsven^p.flf that Company,-These Ac-coonts were laid on the table,    . iNSOLvfeNT^iJEBTORS^ BILL. Lord Al^hob^ p'ostpbned'uutn I^rida'y, the 26t1> instant, Ibe secpnd readiiigbf the liisblventDipKiors'Bill'. CbRK HARBOUR BILL. On Ihemotion OfMr. BAGWEii., the GtitH Harbodr Bill waabrongbt inaiid read B<(irst lime. .'^ NEWINGTON CHURCH BILL. ,Mr..H. Sdm^seB moved tl)e.sccoDd readins of Ihe Newing-tqnChurcb Bill. Sir Robert Wilson complained of the heavy rates the pairiifa of'Newingtba endured, and stated that a difference of t^ioion prevailed ainonigfbe inhabitants respecting Ibe mbde of proceeding adopted hy tbe Rector anil others, in bciHging this Bill into tb�H.ci;use.' The- majority of tbe inhabitants were decidedly against the prv HoL>lBSl]mner-said tbat the Agent fur-the Bill bad coaniunicated with the, AE^?i 'l>^ Patisbiourrs ,ua this subject,'and it was agreed to let this sta^e pass..    , Sir Robert Wilsos was' not aware auy.'final art-angement had been miide. Mr; Alderman WobD recommended tbat'the second reading, should he postpobM fur'ibelpresenti ' An ,Hou. Heniber, whose name, we could not learn j was in favour of the second reading nuw. Mr, Devman concurred in this^ecammendation. Mr. HoLMli ScitNBit uirged thai he should be allowed piermission to proceed %itb tbe second i-eading of tile Bill nowr, Stir W, be CRESpiisN.Y, said it was understood at Ne.wing- ' ton the second reading �ou| J nuf take place nntil after the holidays; he k�e4' a Pititioh was uuw preparing there 'tgainst it. Sir J-AMBS MaceiK'To'sh recommended the postponement of tbe second reading until it eonUI be ascertained with perfect accuracy how tbe sentimeuu of the iuliahitauts really lood. -  .  ^ Sir JAMts .GbAbjI'ib said (here was always an understand-ing in private,and'indeed In public biisiueii, iltattbedebate �hould be tokcii iii a particular stage. This-arrangement would not, be llv  little would at pr^elat be s9id on Ibis qoeiitidui wbifli was.one thai, when Ibe regular day (or its diKUsstwn arrirt'it. i would, be Uusted, be considered impartially^ di4pai>�>H1'>* '' and.Jranqoilly.        , .,    , ,   .        , ; � �, .' '        !      ' : i  I Sir. Ftshe. pAtMBR preseuled a similar Pklilion from l&e^diog.   ,   . . . ...     ,-.'�� 1 ' Tfie'abbve Petitions were scveral'ly'laid on llie'tab'ip.   ',' Mr.-'M.AX'WEli.'p'rl'seiite'd a Petiiion >i� able'' Member" dttply jamelite^l (he 'Situation 'fti '-WliJf S-.Ho large s popolalieo iu the districts lof:Scnt>aud wci'e placeJ by the.ilisiresses. of.lbe tifntSr^Tlie; peiitiou .was^bfooglit up aud laid'on the (able. , , , .        ...,. COMMERCIAL ft'E'SfpitTlO^-S. �tr. BlaCKBDIix'presented a iPeiriibrt'ffSilfjffc'^" Meri cbauts and "Manufacturers of Mian r�yi�g'lh'�t'||'a.-liament would alleviate tfaeir'situntiOn',-if''jias^jblr,'by a gradual removal of the impuli(ic>r. lHSy b-i-lieved to be. the general interest':af' Ibd !cooi�ry,'' inr. pluretl Parliaiitent tu"yeKacei- i(3 .�(fp^,.and, Bple-fuc.(�lhers lo, call for the same.. The lime jta'd, bqweverj now arrivBd, wlieu they ought'all 16 be'exploded, ;(n^ .WMn'the agricbltbritl'^ (He commercial, and'tbe manbfbbttiribgtintere^tEtongKt t6 feel that tbey haVebnt one conimou- C>ciret i ia the name of th&4grica|tural mt^eresls.. Ijbey .were sjeoed by a|lGeutlemao,who.\aa8ptned.^o Iiin>aelf.|lie^pk^.�_f representing the agricttllucar. ia)ere8t i0 prosperity of the couhlry in ihe year 1813, to the higb.nta-tion which agricdjture tbeu 6elJ, aud iAe high prices it fur-Bished. When Mr. Hall made this discovery, hr entirely put ont bf his calculation the commanding.co'mmerce whicU England in that year was, enabled, to,, sustain lall.vver tUe wurld, it was that which in fact enabled the peo|ilc lo bcur tbe high price of agricultural produce, in 1813. Besides, tbe depreciulioil of carred'cy was miscalculated by .Mr. Hart. The Hon. Member concluded his flllsorvstions in support bf tbe prayer uf tbe Petition, by saying,,tbat ibe sooner tbe country approached the principles qf free comdierce, llie nearer they would be to a removal _of pany uf the ditS^uU tii'S which now opposed their advani:ement. Lord STASLrv bore testimony tb the respectability of the Petitioners. He said, that after the ableexposiliiiAof'tbe rnnimetoial branch of the question by the-'Hun. .Vleinbet. for Taunton (.Mr. Barins), a few uigbt ago, it jfOuld beuseieas for him to attempt to add one word in elucidation .of tbe principles then so ably liid down. He trusted that when ibC questiun regularly came before the House the views of tbe Petitioners would be attended to in the manner tbey deserved. He was persuaded tbat they would he founiiconao-naiil lo Ihe soundest principlea of political economy I'he Petition was then laid on the table, aud ordered to .be printed. IRISH TENANTS. On the motion of Sir John NE'WPon.t itie Bill for-extending the powers of the 56th and 58th Acts uf the laie King for recovering lands against overholdiiig and defautl-iog tenants, was read n.firat time. BILLS TP AMEND THE CRIMINAL CODE, Si." Ja.��s MAbKINTOSH brought up several Bills to amend ik's Criminal Code. The iTrst was to rtpea'l hhcU parts of the Acts of tbe 39tH Elizabeth, iheSlst ofjatneit. and 1st and 2d ofGebrge 1. \�hicli rtlateii to ibe iiifi'iclido uf capital punishment for felonies, aiid to provide a,mOre suitable and effectual puaishraent for the said uffeofes.. .Xbe second Bill was to repeal such parts of the Ist of Pl^iliu aifil Maryland Williijm III. as related tu ilie iufljjtiOu of capital punishniehts. '" '   '"' These Bills were read a first time, and ordered  reitd a second time on the 5tb June. SirJAHES Mackintosh reminded the House, tb^,on the 9lh of Ibis month he bad obtained lenw-lo bring. Bill to coD.solidate the laws relating to forgvi-ifs. now wished to amend the title of thai Bill.-LtaVe 'was acc'oril-ingly given to bring in a Bill to miligaie ll>e teveriiy of punishment in certain cases of forgery, aiulcrinieieouirecieil therewith ; and also for mure effectually deitciing furgerws of Bank df England notes and bills. This Bill was brought in, read a first time,'and urdered forasecondreadingun thebib Jiine. '' MR. M'ADARlS'S PETITION. Mr. FreMaNTLE presented a Petition from liU. Joh'n L. M'Adams, stating his havingbeen employed for upwards uf 25 years in maturing- and carrying inlo'rffccl plans, for -the improvement of the roads of tbe kingdbon,.aDd praj^ing a coiisiileratiou uf .the claim he had for sdcb tervic'es. ,^ Ij'be Hon. Member in presenting the Petition said, that all-**!!* had sat in rommiitees must be aeusiUIe of tbe Value of the Petitioner's labours. Tbe petition, which had the consent of the Crown, w'a* "referred to the CommilKre �n Higbwaya. ST. IVJES ELECTION. Mr. CURWEM presented a jPetitiou frusii Sit Walter, Sltr-ling, Bart, praying for time until Tuesday, the 23d insl. to. make certain arrangements 'respecting his Petition Eigji'inat the Members returned for tbat Borough. Sir Walter Stirling was called iu to verify bis petition,Hod Ibe time he solicited until Tuesday next was allowed,   ,. ,     GRAMPOUND DISFBANCH1SE.MEAT BILL. Mr. Roberts presenlnl a PeliUon from a Hunt-ber of Eleciura for ibe Boiougli of Grampnun^l, playing vbiit Vliey, who formeil lwo-tlitril� .of the volets, audi who;,�lood. uolaiuted, kliQuld uol be tfe-jirivetl of llnjlr electiv�{ francliise, beeuuse ouie-third of/llteirbody ^were foutKl to liave toailtj a cqrrui�t useof-thetn, .Tfiey tru�li:il that liie *isdiKi� ai<<* justice of Pail'iiiiin:iil would iioi tioulouiid Uie'fn-   

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