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   British Press (Newspaper) - May 26, 1820, London, Middlesex                                III] iViiiit J)u�fe of'.�i�n�*ll,'vMr..K y;"Dii|ceof; Thompio�;iiS�tl o( Glo'�trr. .Mr^HoItand;', WMt. �. .;..? J After *hieb-(l'ttj|>''flaic), K tieir>MaricslrDrainai'ilt.t"9 ACIrJ THS LA;0Y AND THE DEVIL. . . Wili�lo�c, Mr. BlliMon; Jefemyv^fiHkrtFyV 5il!lnji�r 5�� , ftl, Mr.. .CMtii!; CfaudiaD, Mr." Barokrcl. Zepbj;D will iDiVtin iV principai char>CtcV77�|tb ' THBATRE.KOTAl, COVBSt.BJIRBVft. THIS EVTENINGi FRlb*Y, Mii^ ?6. will beaded, Siii tiiilar Srriuus Melo-drame, called THE INVISIBLE WITNESS; OH, THE CHAPEL IN THE WOOD. Rnnneral, Ur. Cliffurd.; Euffene, Mr. Walkina; Grimaldi, Mr. Hunliry; Diiboia, Mr. Adcoek; Armand, Mr. Ben. (uu^b; Jerunie, Mr. Pilzvilli^m.   Erne tine,-Miaa Taylor, After irhirh, the Comic Rnrlella of TOM THUMB. King Arllwr, Mr. \V. S. Chailerley; Lord Grictle, Mr. Filiwiljiani; Nnoille, Mr. Leonard; Doodle, Mr. -WyatI; T.ini Thumb, Maatee ;Ridg�ay. Queen Dollalolla,. Mra, Jironks; Piiiicess Huncamuuca, Miu JoDaa; Glumdafca, Mr. Smith. Tu which will be added (as on'sinatly written by Mr. T, Dibdin), the Grand Srrio-Cotnic Melo-drame, called. VALENTINE AND ORSON. Pfpiii (Kiiif of Fioiice), Mr.. Clifford; Yalentlne, Mr. Waikiiia; Onion, Mr, Riclgwny; Hu<;ii, Mr. Filzwiiiliam. I'rince.o Eglaoline, filri. VV. S. Cbatterley: Empreu Brii--aania, Sins.Smith. On Mnndn^ a new Melo-drame will he produced, called Bl'la; or, The Hprmit of VVarkworlh. A 'li^w8tf�W)W Hi^'tMCa^iriiVee {Ur the Hon. Edward H.".fhord, MP.   ' et<'il � to the Oaraqiao Dlapen-fur the Cure of Stricture*, and tola Proprietor of Da. raa'a XJidioUed Bougie*, flatter* himaelf ibat ihiB following Aiiettiiiiun (selected'froin a great uumbcr, cuntalnad in hi* Treaiiae un the fU(ilralC�re�f Rupture} will be eoMideriid ua �ati.raclory evidence dflhe fact;-" Pari�h of St. Aon, Wegtoilnater. Workhouae, July 16, I8I9. We, the Over. 4eer*af the Poof of ihi*'Pariah, do hereby certify, that WL itimGotVmt, aadChMrte* Moore (one of Iht poorjiowiii iheMorkhoaaeOfihi* Pariah), bein^aeverrty aflieted with Ru;iture*, were *�iit by u* 10 Ht. Udfour.fur Uw purpo�� of eure! in a very ahort apace �,f time they werelvitb perfeelljr cured. Witneti nnr l>niuis-~Thoina* TorakinaiMi, J.Moor*, head, (I'illhtm Wyalt; VVjlli^oi Brownley.*-Srnwe*, Mn. irarlcd on the beat prineipleii, are kept on pafet tcfii^ arc eaarathilly ntefnf during the CoarM of IMiKdiM. Aftetatl. Bate fl^ Tea to Fo�r, and Qii|mitted in anapirtun only,or copvjcte3.�f a- f^rat pffeHce,i* aeceaaarily eodifpetled 10 anoclate with character* the moat alroeinu*,' among whomvif ibnoeeni, hi rouat lodn be earrupl^, and' if |[�ilty, hardened in inlqnily. That the MeMiHR i* there.; fore decidedly nf opinion that no meana furthediminotion ^'-^ S. that it it fmptissibte the ffcsest oeeasioiLtooiqit the deeiKrhnon of the bigh.siinse whieb tbis Meeting, eulrr. taias pf,.die unwearied and beaevcAent exerlinna of the T^adreV 'Ciimitiitlers visiting Newfeale aiid the Burougit iComfi'ft^, Wb9,-�nd�r eircum*ta%c.et �he Tnost riiaadvanin. gpoua'i 4i^ve strikingly exhibited tn the warid Ihe powerful ellicacy �f'iiinriil and religioua inslriieHon, kindnesii uf treat, nriit, and judieiooa diseiplliiP, la ret:laimiug the oiust'di*.' praveil^ aii'd this mi-etiag earnestly recommruds llieir example �*� Ladies inhn'hiting other populous cities, as cili'ii-lal�4 urhifuCR flie taost beueleial ^ecls apuu the tmiM lir'prrtveinenl uf prisopers, ' It whs iDvVcd by Lord Na^ht, aad seconded byT. S. Rire.Ba<|.-x 7. That t|if (bllowiog Nobtemeii W^tiletulemea bh cl >{,,rMtB E�iiji�i:l\.^ JosephFry ,iU,>|.^tM�midvi:.v , Sa�tM*XiMrPHf_ % ' ' T!i,..na�iyaoeWfcrll.�. > ; |Io|K5rt,Hjcbeai ."He^iryNeWitnia. i^.,Allen ; .,T.ft,;;ar, ,toia^!�C%�n��n JosishCooder v|�^.iS�}�nri. A-,-ci . Wjl|la,nt,Cc�wVd    �      � . .< i^U'lJlMflftflflitflfe, Edwfcd.Foratrc , ^aml^hft^dp'dib Bdjrard.jl^pss, jnn. , .-.^i.^ - <,A,-iir:' ; His Brtyal Htgbrtesa bern B|t'been called Iberelo^.',. a.     ^ . .  � '.iii^-y'.f:    �   �    � -....iktitra.Kmoged'.bylbB Afartjnisnf L^nsdmhMU -., S. That llie gratefui'Tliankxof titis Af>cN�|;ib�!pi'*�ente4 Jo hit^Koybl H'lChiieks^he Unlfie of GloiuHMftt tai'.tbeikiad patniaace niid liberal .*tippDrt *ath4�biiltib#3r�hotiotMed IbisiSucieiy; for his uureknilJtint allenlioH to ila iulerekts ; and parliciilarty fur Niaailendaiice lhi*id8yi,Ulbagh>iabinir. iuguitdera aevere indiiposilion..^  . '   -ii   : '-d llfWaainoired by Lard biiford^ . .      .'v.ii..i.> I 9. Thai the sincereiTfaanks of lbil>:ftreet&i;lbeipliMeoteTi�allH^ mattibf.f^y m*�eii PaieiMtfMV. Parg* .--'21 .Jivrv^ 'Ja.^trgaj^taaihiheJIdniaBlahDdii, with a:*cfieaqf etrfr^ ^ liem^-jftai'^ktg jpali6c�|orJ doaimypia; 4y Ll*ole9!*tf . Cf�,tooel.C J, de,%J*l. ;�.J^xponfe.ijMjajif gui.ojtjw*. ' cMfeel siiWl la tfeisHin de^arga/'oiivrage icrif originaiVei. liieWf-eh^G^ iifSirWi^ihtefii lK�N(l"et"ipubH� Aari*iy4)a*�irMk'Prfc*��oi..'^Vlr#b�od�^*(}*eel6:.<)b�ft vatSiiua rc)altng:it9.:tlie,fM(ti(em<:iSTeck' Ungnagjt; byrW. AmauntorSnbaCrip. Yioiia alreildy adV vertlsed.   ' " The ^larquia uf Backing- ham Ttie Klnrquis of LaaidoWQ Earl of Derby EaxlofAllietnarle Earl of Daridiutttb Earl HareawM Earl uf ilardwi t M.P. ....  5  5 John   Denelt, -&q: '      Ier Rrynulds, Esq. 10 10 Lord elite . - 10 10 F.arl Groavenor - S6 3 JuhnSmi�li,Esq.M.P. Ip 10. Ixird Drigrsve 39  -0 The Bishop of St. Asaph - . 10 10 Lord Nugent 10 10 C.C. Western, E�q. M.P.       .       .   10 10 Hon. and , Rev. Ge. : rard Noel .5   5 I^rd'Liirni-il G. Kelt, Esq'. (Brook, Norf,lk)   : Rev.f.'J. Hohlby P. Bevan,M�l(0f'd (a) tO''!J^!�. Ri'Fox, ^alhtnatli :!j)iiio      .    . (o) |. W. Fox, Esq.- ^o) p. P. Fox, Eaq.   (o) A- Fox, Eaq^ ' -  (b) ^ath:trine Pot ' Josejih Pox, M.D, (Bl'Ci Pox, Esq.    (i�> A Friend        '..... Wm.-Janseni Esq. (a) J. Jsn*en, Esq.'   t�0. Tho*. BirhardsoUr E�% GeorgejSiaeey   . (a) ,M.�r.y8taeey       -it' Joseph Slonard, Eiiq. A< Mettac, Orummaiie Co, 39: Rev.T.Bteld    -    1 At Messn. Fry and .Co. A Lady, by Couitt and Co.        '      95  0 The. Bisbop of Chi- cheater        -        II C. R. by MMira. Bo. norteand Or. 1   0 At Hoare, BarneHvaind Co. De-r. Jer*�at^& Prmieil^foV'Jbbfe MWriy,^AlWfcw^^^ Mo^XL. eoniaiAing'ihe Secbadaatfifconehi^ng 'part'^of the.|ndex,!wi� itB.pabiisheilat.ibcaaiiw^tiiM.,.,.^ ^   ;       , Cqropletf,Sel� may ibeha^.o^tha /MffjJ^jr.tofs.�f �bf Quarterly Revie�:,,T^ , 1. .J-.' � ; --^- -- .   I   ',j ,   , ..,t,[i 1)",, .1    i^a IMP^ntAL PARUOMR^T. bouse of lords; 4^uiUi;aV, Mat 25. JohuBeH, E*4|. 2 Richard Phillip*. Bsqi 2 H. Clayton Dnumao, B�q. .. - I B. Lucas, B^q. (-Admittsnce, One ShiUiqg. ,    / . .    , . . ICHAllDSON'S CoffeB-HiBuaiS and Tarero, I'iszzii, Cuvent Q:irdeii. iji -^ielttnisoo and Son beg to inform Ni>blenKn, G^alteH(en^4b�;ir jprieodv, and ibc Publir. that liicy: THIS DAy 1>R^, a remarkably fine TOflXLE, rVtdy iu 44^'l�^ ae'iii taMiy s%rl of towil ur country. Captaint'of aail otb^r tientViiieTi having aity quiniit'y of Live iSflM.foXiapite of-Wilt find a ready markei. ... y.8.~Hannch of Veiitiwttateiwd this'day. .        ��  ' <�   II I. ii).i|1,]i.i   II - FINE PftlNTS, CHIBrLV PROOFS, TU Bii SOLD OT/4J^tON, At hi^ House', iid. 66^io< Floarti*; �arieat Book* uf Nataral HiaMty, Jte. �W. < APPBAUI. , ,. � . JVDOMfiNTS. ^, Tiia^ifiiilWDH oa ^iamniiaHfry'appakHttt idk mbh ' M  Vt^,.|ifncs,o;r �vcc|^i*giqiii; t�V9iirfen^., Their,Lwd^ip*affiraiedtjheJiMlgnt;^tiUlbA.CWrtbe>ow', so far aa.it declared tbal Ihe Noble ApMlaat bad not a right of action as impebfed 'ijii. renojiaced lehiieii, tM tenna of wbicik had not expired lil i�tS;^bea the i^etlbdi w�a raised, aitd sent it back 4o tbc' OtarrMlow, to make farther in. 4 quiryaatotbeAlberlcfM^   V Judgm^liof the Ci�if!t Idow.lipajSrMed in part. Their Lordship^ eoBflrflicd tbejadgment of tije Court below in favour of Ihe respondenti. The E irl oF DABLINilTOK, and Lorda NoBTH-wick and Cawdor, took the oalh* aod their *eat!i. CaMNERClAL TREATIES. , The Earl of Ltt^aPoot said, that the Noble Marquis oppoalte had, on a former iiigh% .moved for ca|iie� of all Commercial Treaties inbaistini^ betweeu ihiacmtatry aodfot^igii.Power** , Saw, on examination, it wai foiind that thore Treaties were very v6lumiiioat, Bi}d. t &&pa].&thouj;l)t Ht tirst that thia Petition w >n.  fafa^ �* I lie Noble Earl knew', bad iiot been practicaliy 'brought 'tiito sclroti.' The Earlt;? LADbKiiOAijiil raid, Jiife knew Ih: average* were badly made ; Still he thought thtt'tlie Vgitaiion uf this question now coald only be piw-duciive of roischi�f.       ... TlVe Duke of Braufobt pre�ented a similar ^e-tittoij'from the cnunty of Gloucester.   . The' Ear! of WAnwick prasenled six Petitiont,. containing the ssnife ji^yer, from the 6wo�f� luaji occu^�ie^^ of land in the' ioiioty of Warwick. Lyrd Hampdkm presented a Pelitioo tu the time effect from the county of Suraer. Ait the abovr-mientioaed Agricultural, Pe^Hofis were laid ou the table. CIVIL LIST. The Earl of LlYBBPooL said, that in rnl&ig io move the second reading ofthe Bill, entitled H ifitt; for the support of bit Majesty's Household, ^ild fur the muinleiiance of the honour and dignity Wf Hin Crowti, he felt it necessary to trouble their-Lnnl-ships with the general grounds on whirh t^e~ ittiAi-sure was tiecessary atid expedient.   Some'fime �j^o an inqpiry'.tK^ii, if not raited for, at ienst t�ry stronglji iShlded to, to &1iew the applic^ion of the sums voted Tor'what wat called the CLvilCht. Friitti these were two precedents, which m'ua^ be 'eit aMt to on tli'e present occasion. Indeed, qpojp refweiwat. to what Iwd beep done at former periods', hfr nevfr. found that on the framing of any arrunj^em9nt.,f> r . the Civil List at the comlAiencemeut >iif a iie>^ rei�n, any such inquiry i^'ro the applir^-tiou of t)je sums voted had 6een (llkBiie.   The otli d, thiit a part of the Windsor Establishment, fot which � specific provision was heretofore voted, wf,ii now trunal'erreil to the Civil List,  though no more: WHJi Voted for that fund than the sum fitted.in ISlf).    He knew it had been said,.'that Worf reduction of tlie expenditure ought to take f^te, in consequence of        reduced price of the lie-cessiirits uC liff.   Now, lie ihouglit it wotild be de�% rogatory to the rank and dignity of the Crown to make the fundi fur the m�;nifiiaucB of itt support depenuaiit upon the fluctuating price of p^OTisiojia friini year to year.   But liere again the question of fjfice had been already considered ? for in fact, during the sitting of the Committee, in I8I6; it would, on iiifjuiry, be found the necessaries of life were actually lower than �t the present period. He was aatitfied, that on a fuH inquiry into thtf proposed arrangement fur the new  reigo; and on  a  comparison with that made iipon former occasions of a similar nature, .the country would find the present more economically framed' thua niiy others to which reference could  be made. The arrangement  made for George the Second, would   be found   to have   been   of a much more liberal nature than that now proposed; for then whiilever was the sum voted,  whether  it amounted to 800,000/. or 900,080/. the King had the entire disposal left, without rrtlrictiofi or clas-sifjcaliuu, to his own discretion, snbjrct only to the account to be given to Pariiiiment by the Lords- Of the Treasury, of tlie manner in wb'ch tlia alhoUi.l had Iieen Bpi>lied.   Since tllat (Kriod the Legislature hud altered this arrHn}>enirnt of the Civil List. By Mr. Uurke'ii Bill, in 1782, � classification at expeiuiilure was framed, and mote particularly by the Bill of I8I6, the heads of expendi'ure were *� classed as that specilic diiaia were appropriated to each branch, in such a manner as to prevent then-being directetl from one purt of the expeuditore tu another, and iherrt'ure obviate,     (�r iiB iiny legi-tlu-lisre provinioti could ol)vi>:tt, �  tiyiaj^})^.caHon of the ^iblic lUOMi-y ; and  wiierfvtr   miy ^am rt:-. mainetl uuJp(>ro|jiiatpd in the  (^uticuUr department fcr wWkU It was allotted, it was to be car. rJed over   to ihe  Consnlidated Fund.    i'arlia-fueiit had now iv.id four years estjjerBsace of tlie Bin of IS 16, iiiid the most salislaclory proof nf tl� practical bf!i-fii� ari-iujx from it, not only by the proper iimiiaiii>n of the expenditure, but also the impossibility it created of any arrears bving auffer^dtu occrne, !o whi'rh ihe attention of P�r-riaAr�( iM^hv hereafter b� caHed.   He had alsio Io laeutiotsthat there was � provision in the Aet, by which it WHS eiiacied, that if ever (.bert atcwe a 
                            

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