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   British Press (Newspaper) - May 31, 1820, London, Middlesex                                NoajBEu 5455. LONDON, VVEDNE^PAY, MAY 31, 1S20. IHR. MDNDEN'S BENEFIT. TttF.ATRE ROYAL, t>1lU;iyi-ASE. pH IS evRMNC;. WEbNESD AY, Mhv 31. will hr-||irpi:i>alril.a Gnnn'rfy (iiot ariril liittc ��eiity-fiyf jfais) rallrit KASHIONARLF. LEVITHi.S; Or, NaTCRK WILL I'REV.411,.  U'flforrt, Mr. Ullislon ; Sir liiizz.ird Savage, Mr. Mnnflen ; OrHesI, Mr. Too �; Niili-vlas, Mr. Kniplii.  L�ily Biizaaril Ssvagf, Mi!'. C-liVi-r; t'liiir, Mrs. Marriyn ; (jrace, Misa Kelly. After which Ww rtlrbrjiltd EnlerLiinmrnl called (lie rORDLIill OF PRESTON. ,. Kit Sly^U'^fo'ifiier of Presloi)) .Mr. Wundeii; Sir Charles Briton, Mr.T.Ci)oke; Marian, Mlas Cubill. InihecourFC oftlie Evening, a new Comic Sons, railed " Character': uprin ChsraclerB, or the EITurts of a low Cnmc-W�bo*c^_: UNITED CO.MPANT of HERCHA'NfS of KNO- t'n'n'�''�'on /Ac l^lyBl Gf)iiioreaii Lfitht Infantry Batla. LAND, frndmj fo f/ie EAST. INUIE.S, ,io litreUu yi'\'^''�,sigtitdbf^^rUot.{^itm^ Tfotlce, That n GENERAL COVaT nf the said COMPANY >rill be iiehl y their Hkiuse in I,, aifeiihall-slreet r.s, bejj leave to acquaint Ihosc of their Friends aiid Ihe Public who have iini yet made their Purchases, that owing In the UnPRF.CR-*KSTE1> De.waMI, in conaequince of (I/IZAKD & fr'nrantcrivp the Pvrchcwr.i from Hull TO-iMORROW, tlii-re are but very   few Tickets and Shates  remaining; anil nnl.'s* an immediate pnjcliase is made ot either of iheir 4)iErr?, Ri.yal Exchange; No. 20, Cornhill; and 324, Ox-lutdslierl, ALL MAY BE SOLD!!! ^^COTt'S Fa.i.in,.�l.le DYES to COLOUR v3 SII.K .STOCKING.', �c<--The�e Dyes are now u^-e.; I'V nimusi every Family in the Kiniriiom ' G. S. recommends ^(iini as h��li eronsmieal and fashionable. f'liiA Dye uivpsa perniiar lienniifnl tlnl tj Slockirigt, one bulllc hrinj snlficieni fi.t.lwn nr three i!ii7cii pair, prfce is. 6d ; /.i/uc iA,oiH.,p^j/?i^)/e 7;)/c cives the ailmirod bluom �een oa KPw SUk .Sf.jgljMKs, and (iye� a fiiie purple, lilac, violet, &c. price Sa. fi.i.-ithese ore the present fashionable colours fnr Silk SliuchinCM, &c.; fianltecn V;/p for reslorins the fmird Colour of Nankeen Ti-.iwsrrs, &r. 2d.; beanli-fii! nine /Jj/c from 1�. lo fa. Ayrc Silks, Linens, Riliband.ii, Coiions, Jcc.; IjKrablr Ink to Write on Lineii.s, &c. 2s.; with various other Goods. Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by GEORGE SCOTT, Colour Manufaelnrer to the llnval Family, 417, STRAND, opposite the Adelpbi. Beware of  numerous  rnunterfeils,  as  none are ^ettiiine but ilmse from his Mitiufnrioiy, as above. ICH SILKS ut Imltf more tlmii liair.prire. -j_ In consequence of the,very jreat depression of trade; ihe followiiie; Articles hnve been bought fur rash at little mare than lulf their value, and arc now seltiii^ at the very small advance uf l.!!. in llie pound upon Ihe co*)t price : - Rich striped anil cheeked Snr'ni'ts, 2�. 0,1, to 3j. 3.1. per nsn-il price 3s R.I. lo 4s. 6.1 ; ironil S tk Dresses, extra I'HEih, IS?. 6.1. each; llahan  '. I'i�tiit>i)nlde Article in ."Siik Mrrreiv lhai is nii.ile, .ijunUv ci.e.ip.   N.i Patterns rni. A. Si3EAI;.S, l,' tcifiillv iiiroMited   itiat .these GARDENS WILL OPEN for tbr "StKiaoii on SrONDAY NEXT, Jmie 5. ENOT^PH 1  tli.'^lEAlORY of lifrtioyal �iirlirtertr�(,frla�e PRINCESS CHARLOTTF^-As so ,ereat an interest has been excited upon this su)^.;ct, and as the final ereclion of il in s.nm; puhiin spot mus"! \x yel a work of liniP, Mr. WYATT thinks Ihst the BXHIBITION of the MONUMENTAL GROUP will be cratifyin? to tlit .Pablic; he therefore bees lo inform litem tlutt il is NOW OPEN to their view, at 10, Henrietta-street, Cavendisli-si|uare-Admittance, One Shillint;. FINE PRINTS, CHIEFLY PROOFS, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. EVAN.S, At his House, No. 96, P;ill-ra,�ll, THIS DAY,  WED-NESDAY, May 31, and :i O-MOHROW, June 1, THE I'rtvaie COLLECTION of T;RINTS of Mrii. Jane Boy.letl, rem.tve.l f.-om her residence at Halliford ; consist'us of a elect and brilliant assemblnee nf the cbntcest I'roofs of ihe Ensravini;� uf Woollclt, Hall Barlo'ozzi, Sharp, Heath, Earlom, Dnnkartuu; a considerable portion of ihe Works  into cuver, and possess more desirable properliis for the fi.ld than any article ever manufactured. They wear rxtremety clean, will not stain, refn-l more rain, and dry inucli si.niitT li|.in any other kind of tf.xiiis ; tht-y are very durHble, lisrhl, neat and more approvrd in every respect thnn any Jai ket hitherto made. They are sold in any quantities from 64. lo I4�. 6.1. per yard, ail twenty-eight inches wide; nr are made up in a Bupei-iur manner by workmen eKperiencerl in sewing this peculiar nrliclr. Patterns m.iy he seen at all the principal Tailors in fireat Britain and Ireland, or sent, if letliTs post-paid. Thnl the real in Mohair may be tlistin-^uished from the imitalion in worsted, they are slsmpeil on the back " G. Fox's Patent Mnliair GHinbrnons, 2S, Kins-slreel, Covent-earrleni" opposite Bedt'urd-sireet. A paili-cnlar sort is made into bfaniifnl \\'aislro:itiMS8 am] another for Trou.sers, that will nut bniKe at the knee like niher goods, both nf which will not fade or shrink, but appear new every i,ime they are washed. � N.B.-Opera, Visiliitp, Travellinir, and OfTieers' 'Tln^bs of fvery description, iiiiide of Ihe same niaiei-ial, from 2/. to 8/. each, the best of which he warrants nevtr -Xa get wet tbrou�rh. To be Lieutenants-^t)urnet Tliomfl^a Torwood, Cornet Jol^n I-uxton S�wel, Cornet Mark I^nuawuy, EdmAnd S. Piideaux, Gent.-all dated as-above; and Cornet Frederick LeiKh-dated April 25, 1820.   ; To be Coiueis-Fl-ederick Leigh, Jobii- Mallhew, Williani Keanaway,Theopbiliis Jenkins.and Oiarlcs Jauiea Auriol, Geutc-all dated i11arch20, 1820; Ridhard Uarcourt, and Edward Trood, Geuta.^dated April 29, 1820. Tristram Citllins 'Hine, Gent. Assistaut-Surgeon-dated March 20, 1820. Suu'lh Hams Yeomaitry Cavalry. To be LJrnlenant.Culnnel-Cumionndant-Edmund PuIleiE-fen Bastard, Esq-dated April Si, 1820: To he Lieutenant,Culonel-George Tcmplir, Esq.-dated is abovp. To beSlajor-John Crocker Bnlleel, Esq-dated as above. To be Caplaitis-William Langinead, Esq. John Kin^, Esq. J.din Bastard, Esq. W. J.Clarke, Esq. George Ley, Esq. Honourable Powncll Bastard Pellew, and Charles Dyke Acland, Esq.-all .^nted as above. To be Lientenants-J. Holbclun, GcnI. James King, Gent. John Bennell, Gent,  E.Clark, Gent. Thnnias Kilsuo, Gent, and J. Hatherly, Gent.-all dated as above. To be Eusigus-W. Sercoinhe, Gent. H. Pickthom, tJent. C. Wise^avery, Gent, arid W. Hole, Giriit-all dated as afiove. To be Adjutant-Charles Tudor, Esq.-dated at above. UO.MAIIC Sl'IKIT of VIN EG AIL-This nfrershly perfonu-d Liquor (the original invention of Mi. Iliorj), which is of well.knuwii eflirucy in relieving' fciuliiess.and liiad-arlie, and in ruunterartiug the tfiects of .irerhealrd, close,or inft-cttil air, cuiilinues to be prepared, in tl:e gieatesi perfection, bj^ Messrs. THOS. ami W^L HENRY, MANUFACi UKING CHEMISTS, RIANCHES-TER. It is Sold in l^undun,'whulesale and retail, by-Kessrs. B-ITLEY and BLEW, Perfniiirrs^ Cockspur-Hrrci; and ret.iU, pric-e 2b. Hd. by one or more Aflrhls iu every principal o��; but it cannot Iw genuine, unless the names i/f the above Preparers me sngrnveil on the Goveriimeuf Stamp, v'hiiji is ftxc(\ over llie cork of each bottle. - Proper Sponge t^.srs are sold by tiaylry and Blew, �a usual. As above may also be hail, antbBnOcateri by a similar �("nip, HENRY'S CALCINED MAGNESIA, in buUlea at i|t,9'l- or with gian stupperi at 4s. 6d. J ROM Lrjsr jsiairrs  if Arlilie.y. Brevet Colonel and Li>utendit-Col.inel Sir George Adam Wood to be CnUinel-ilntrd .May II, l�r2'0. Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel and I^lajvr Alexander Macdonahl to be Lienteiiant-Culouel-ilaled as aliuve. First LirutenanI James Humphreys yVuod In be fiecond Captain- dated as above, .Second Lienlenant Charles Henry Mee to' be First Lieute-iiiinl-dated as ab.ive. Major Joint Caddy, flom half-pay, to be Major-dated a> above. First Lieuleiiaol Uirhard G. Wilson, from bMf-jiny', lo be First Lieuleuanl->datcil as abuvc. BANKRUPTS. Fi-edcriefc William Welsford, of Siaejlanp, London, tner-cliant, to lurreiidiat^ June 6,13, and July 11,' nt eleven, at Guildhall.   Allorueys, Mesars. Pollock and Oates, Basine-ball-street. Thomas Marfleet, of Broad.slreet, Raleliff, Middlesex, oilman, lo surrender, June 3, 13, ^nd Jttly 11, at len, at Gnildball, Lundou. Attorneys, Ueard, H.oop �iiuBrr, Lemaii-slreel, GoudniaB's.^eld*.   "        ,,    ' Tbumas Gill, late of Oitle "Towtt'-efreet, London, but now a prisoner in While Cross-street prison, hydrometer-maker, to surrender, June 10, 17, and July II, at ten, at Guildhall. Attorneys, Messrs. Noy slid Hard'stone, Great Tower-alreet. Thomas Willey, nf Ihe Slr.-in n'Hini, haberdasher, .j at eleven, at the Dog aud Duck Tavern, Hull. 1 June 21. J. Carpenter and J. P. Carpenter, of Welliaglan, Somerset, banker^, at twelve, at the Busb Tavern, Bristol. June 21. J. Keudriek, of Bellinglon-mills, Chaddesley Cor- heti, Worcester, luiller, at eleven, at the White Hatt Inn^ Harllebury. June 6. W. Cohham,jun. and T. Jones, Of. Ware, Hertford, bankers, al ten, at Guildhall, London. June 27. T. U.udden,uf liocbtster, Krot, giMCrr, at len, al Guildhall, l..oiidun. July 1. T. Slum, of Allen-slreeJ!, Qoswejl-slrert, Middlesex, und of Luilgalestrcet, Loudon, carpei-mauufactMrer, al one, at Guildhall. Juuc'il. T. Hellicarand J. Ilellicar,. uf Bristol, merchanli, al twelve, at the Commerciat-RoOms, Bristol. June 26. J. Richards, of Whiichurch, Salop, banker, at eleven, al the Lnrd Hill Inn, Whitchurch, July 27. T. J. Lancaster, nf Caicatou-strcet, London, merchant, at twelve, at Guildhall. June 27. I. Aldeberl, C. C. Eecbcr, and J. Hargreaves, formerly of Saint Paul's Cburcli-yard, and atierwards of Coplhall-buildingi,' Londun, uiercbaUIS,  at eleven,   at '  Guildhall. June 20. W. Bnrford, late of Glllingham, Kent (but now � Prisoner in Ihe King's Bench Prisuu), fisherman,- at leu, ut Guildhill, London. June 20. J. W. Womack, of Norwich, linen.draper, at ten, at Guildhall, London. June 20. I .Henry, of Liverpool, ilraper and elopscller, at one, at the George Inn, Liverpiiol. June 21. J. Monlgumeiy, of Liverpool, merchant, al one, at the George Inn, Liverpool. June 21. J HuiHpkriea, of Birmingham,merchaiit,al eleven, al the VVuulp'ck Inii, Birmingham. CERTIFICATES,-JusE 20, T, K. B:)rtleli,.of B�nbury, Oxford, mercer and draper.- J. Phipps, of Duke-slreel, Purtlanil-pkice, Middlesex, and of Maidenhead, Keiks, laihir,-J. Bailey, uf Froine Selwond, SuniFisrl, rluthier.-GibUs, uf BridKewaier, Somerset, ntalisirr.-A. T6dd, late of Calhariiierpourt, Tower-hilt, i/iiiduu, merchant.-P. Wuisou, of Liverpool, mewhaut.- W. Crew, of Palacc-row, Tutlenhajn-coiirl-road, Papcras, Middlesex, iilumber.-W. Slrotid, of AVapytnig-slrert, Ssiu HOUSE t>F LORDS, tvesDAT, JUr 30. The Earl of Kitfcsrov, and Lord* CttrroM and StA. WELL, took the oaths aVid their ifeata.' AGRICULTURAL pETlTJON. The Doke of DF.'VONSniRe presented surcessively nix Pe. 'titioDB from certain Owners lint) Oceupiera of l.and wiibiu tbe'Couofy of Derby, praying fui^ iin inq'i|i'ry iulo the means ofaffurdiiig relief to the ngricultu'se of the county, EartWiliTtvoRTn presented ailmiBkr Peliliun from Glou-cestershiie; as did the Eitrl of EOltBMOHT from Sussex; the Earl orHAnDVicmtfroin 7'urringfon, in the Island of Ely ; and Lord CALTitiyttpe frunrcerlala famers in Suffolk. Uxd Caltbobi^e exprened hii'optW^n lliat the ekisting  w>ctwl<��lwh4�Bife aKfiHTfaoCiWlA, ��. from Ibeiniii^rfept.inanner.in �!iirb, by tWfinode of taking ihs ni^erages, tlie law wan  g  under  the   view   of   Parlibukeni a   subject  tivhich,   from   the- circumstances   of the times, could not have cume ti^u'der the ico'ii-tetiaplatiuti of the Codimittee.   That subject was the dispofatvf tfie t^roiir of the Admiraltj, ipf the produce.oir the faur>and'-a�half ptr ceuta., .Mid va-rious other revenues not axaally under the disposi. lion or conliol of Parliament.   If a Committee were now appointed to examine the stuie uf the revt?nue of the Crottrii, ttnd taking into cuiiMderu-tit>n the probable amount of those casual revenues, it would, he ilnubted not, either propose a ilitninti-tioti of the funds provided by Purltanient for defraying the expenses of the Civil List, or divert the produce of the casual   revenue* which, during the last tweiily-five years of his late MaJesty^h reign, |M-oduced on an average'no le�s ibuti SUO.OOO/. a year, to some other specific object.    When  he sail! that those extensive revenues had been under the uitcnntrolled disposition of the Crown, he was well uware that the responiibility of the Ministers of the Crntwn Htiurded u restraint to their gross misapplicalion.   He also knew that they coultl not be devoted wholly lo the Civil List, for thai lliey were subject to llie cluims of compensation to cnfi-tors, and alsa of indemnification  in  certain   iif stances to the captured, and   he felt  that tlu-y ouf;ht in Ihe first iiisiunce be under'the discretionary coiilrul uf responsilfte personti, from the iin-[loseibiliiy that would be found of snhjecting tlie complicated �;l�iins of captors and captured, neutrals and belligerents, tn the discussion of Parlia. metit.    But when he considered liiat the Committee of 1815.had amply provided for every expense inciilrnt to the C^overnment, he thought it becuine Parliament to exclutle the possibility of any luiiire misitpplicatioo of so large a surplus itvenue us thai of 300,000/. a year, which was the average of ihnse casual funds daring the whole of tbe reign ot his late IMajesty. Ill examining tbe Bill now before their Lord-ships, be found a clause ��Hch, after providing for all the purposes already sptiidtd, declared iliut a return should be made to each House of the . equeiitly be difficult to cute, ihnl he sliould ' move as an ametidment, thai no part of the pruilnce of the Droits of tlie Admiralty or of the Four-and-a-half per cent, tluiies, or of the Scotch Revenue, or such other funds as have been usually placed ut the disposal of ihe Crown, shall be, applied to such pur-poses as have been provided fur by ihe Civil List, and that an account be aiiiiuaHy laid before J'ar-liament of the disposal tif sncli siiais a" have been applied to olher purposes."    The Noble ' Lord declared that he could  not anttcipule any fiir objeclioQ to thi� clause, b* it provided for *very purfose wheiein the exercise of a discretionary power was necet^sary^ autl'nnly prevented the di�. posal of lite iiionvy to jjutpose* already proviiled for ttmply by ibe esiimalei of the Civil List. The IVoble Lord then formully read bio tnotiou, which was put from the AnUack. �   ' j '    The Earl oP LivfiapooL cikM by no, nirati� agree with the N'ohle Lord that tlie coofideratioo of Ibis subject bait itol � -erttinrte�(if llie Civil List in 1815 ; nor could In;' cdiiceive how. Parliament ceuld have been tlteii pre-clutttd, if tn e'ih)HHir ot fhe Crown, and  inquire   t>y ,w|!at circo'iistance^ it hart exceeded its limits.   On this principle therefore thought it fiir to conclude^ thul in the yeiir 181.5 the .Comuiitlee liatl taken inW roiisulera-lioti every circuniSliliice coiinectVd with the reCeiiilJ and riiali'arseinenls of tht Crown, and Iniil tiol oikii-tcd Ihe dispo.silioii ol lite Droits of the Admiralty, lie ilefliired Dial he could sev no leuson why �ii tins occasion the House should adopt the Noble LcnPa pi'iposition.   if they looked back lo the {iistarr �'f the revenue oflheCrowtijHnd of the agreements ni-nl-: between the -Sovertit;ii and Pailianient) they wo.-M find Ihiit ilieDroitsoftiieCro^nhad iierer been sou- !,-eil. Tlie Noble Lord liuil itidt-ed said ihut ail the wiuIh of the Crown were provided tor, and these cixiiSl levennes ntforileil an addiiioiiul sum which PkiIih-meiil ought to lu'^e under lis own cotilrol; but il.t! Noble Lord mtist be aware that oil no former oCi-u-sion was siich a power u>sumed by ' PatUaitien*. The arriiiigement maile vtith George II. wiia, n� ttii: Noble  Lord must be aware, pxtiemely dvfterent fri5ui that made with George III.    In the due of George JI. certain revenue* were settled on llu: Crown, and � fixed .stun was decUred, wlilili ivn� in be coiisridered ns the ni2/ji;�H� of tlte Civil Li^-t; but no mailer how prnduclive those settled reviunia iniolit prove, all the surplus belonged tethe Crowi:, to be at lis uticoutrolled disposal.   But in iS.e c.�^� ofGeortJe  III. a specific sum was establi.�l.ei! f�y i'urliament, lil onCe as a minimum anil a maxiit'itm, yet no attempt was then made to interfere with th.: Droits of tlte A-dniirally,llie four-and-a-half per cent, duties, and the olher casual levenues.   Nor sliould Il be supposed thai this reserve of P.irliumrnt w�, taiict�,   the casual revenues of the Crown atnoniiieil to a sum must unusually larf'e; but of this sum no |>srt wu" applied 10 ihepurposea of the Civil List without the ogmr'nce und sanction nn Act nf  Parliuinent.    Tins Kunciion was, iii-deed, ill some respect,   imtirecily given, for in proviiliiig for the liquidatimi of rerlaiit debts cojj-Irucled  upon   ihe Civil Li?.!,   il   was explained and   iimler�tond   in    Pailiiimenf,   that   io   long n^ lliis i'ui.d   whs iu existence, 120,000/. should be   uiiiiudlly  applied   tu    tliat   purpose.     Thi applioatioii   was  niiiJe   ut   various   tiini-s,   and under several udtninistralions, and even under ttte administration of which the Noble iVIarqnis opposite {the iVIaiquis of  L:iiis ,ioit of the Hetieiicy, f�r llie purpn-e nf rjtiing up one of the Royal palaces lor the mvii'niii of ihe Piir.cu Regent.    Willi lliese rxcepli. us ihrre were no in-sliiiice'. wherein any stuns wtre a|i|)lleil from thesn fuiiil.* to any private or political purpoie.   Ntvei iii any former reijjii wii8 the tlivcrelioiJ ul theCioivii will) rf.�pei't lo the upprn.-jiion of the>e funds iel-trisd, hill a security wss 1 Ifered against the pnn-sible abuse of tlidt di-crdtioii, which was never estublishiil before.    An nbligalion 1* i�ow created In  l.iy before  Piirliaiiieiit  every Se�sioii the at-coiiiils of the dispusid uf tile^e fundy.   Undoubtedly, if ul any former time similar nreotinti were tnoveil   f.!r  they  never were   refused,  bat  they inigiil have  been refnseil ; hat  nnw a �p�cilic     h c'Un�e w.1S framed, requiring the Ministern of, the    ^ Cruwii to lay the uccuunts befofe either Hou^e   

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