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   British Press (Newspaper) - June 10, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Ni?jii*ew 464. Price 7tf. TjaKSCS.THEATRE.        ,    "1   " HIS EVENma; SAtURt)AY.-;Fu..e^lO,; will Ve rppeSteiJ, tlo�Bini*8 (kopUlar Opelra,^ntitl^d LA CENERENTOLA ;\ Afipr wI(ich,8i*orta�mt, (be ntir fSrand BaH^I, comj^ed by;M. BuHin, Baliel Maater, eolillcd '. (.qePHALE ET Pi�Jcft�S(. .. .  %Vi!h fntirelySBeiy Scenery, Dreucs, Decpralippi, *p. **^aiS m^m^G, SATUftDA V,         150, i JL    {ii,a9faje)ityVSerraiils will perforini Ibe ^Phiy^of   . > A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DBBm Lvrd Laitel|,^.fi�iltand; Sii;Gile�f)Te(r�acb,Mr^K^ui; Wolllmrn, f>r, S^MfU VANNl ti\ LONMJN,: Don GiovaMnU-M"d�m puiy'Eil|tl>^, Mr/Galli :ai)iiti)Tifa;y,Hr.,'Biitl)�c,^ .9Tr�il,F|H)rfllpi MifS V..vr_v ;    iss Gua^tai^lia �liuxolir,,Mi*i Carew } .Mr�. TSj^f^- ' Jisli, MissCuiii'tl^ S^rs.'Cniiuemdr^, Mrsj Hv^fj^rj . . JL-  wltl'beai:iedf 92d .tHne,'a Jiev Marfe�l':&infaaiei, called. , ...... ; , HENRI QUATRE; Or, PARIS IN THE OLpEN. TIME.,   . Hfnti, Mr.Mijckfady ; Siilly, Mr.Egerion � Gt;ueral,I)Mu-  tnout, Mi'.'Friivcctr;_Eugeiie'dt Birun, Mr.G. Kemlilr; Pre- ' tliricfc Si. Ijron, lVrt^Abb'atl','0'Dorinel,' Mt.>. Julirislone; : MonstsrtM-, Mri. Kcnti^ ;:s.Gerr4iiBr.rMr. Duruaet; Jucri>!is<, . Ml. IJislrtM ;,^ii;ora^�;Mlv,;.BUuehard.: FtorencfrSt. Leon, Rlits.SlFpheiis; C.lolild|deBip , (Miss Brunloii; Louison, Bliss Si. Ti-e.-. � Afif<^i'\Vliiefi,'ii Farce (Wilh" some Miisic) called A ROLAND FOR AN OLTVER. Siv IHnrk efiase, iWrVFawcell;  Alfred Highflyer, -�Tr. Air. SeHinrnr, iVIi:;i'AbbuJ(;   Fixtore, IHr; Emery. Miiriu Datliiig!i)n, Mi�8 FHpt^_j ftirs-iSelbqi-ae, lUits Bean. Oil lAtoiiil.iyiA'it'Kinius, will) Harje(] : itrrtinrtl .Jo llieiti, liiat. their preseuU .Company mii^Iit I>r luiitcrinlly improvt-d. by tlte.acceaitioa uf a great I'.iMJy I.! Tulfnl, offered lo tfiem frotnyariuu*.Provincial nn-' .Mrlrppjiitan'nVralri'ii; also, iJ'at alill greatet- CQii-vdii,'iicf5 iiticlit l�e provWed for the Public in- the Au-r(Jte o|u'tiiii^ uf4he New Reason wilt h� auuuuaced early till-HI\l w^'^^kj____ _____ June 10, . Season), will be pri-scniril, r..r tin; 13th time, funuded on a recent Frenrh Nanalive uf S ViivRj?" '� Senegal, a New Marine^ Helo-Drama of liiloreRt, in Three Acts (written by Mr. W. Moo- .-'DescriplividiHO, Ss, . Prt��e'E�lrilHli�>ir of Monsieur JERRI- - J|.' CACLTISeBEAT-PrCTtfRC Cfroiii ilf�! touVre),^ 2.4Jt.,l>y \SXi. representiiiir the tS��!;TrV|NO CHEW of the MtebOSA FREPJCM.fft�iATE,�fti!iM:e�>�Jmn�Tkirl�eii jJays on a-Khh. Vil)|i>Jlt PrujrisipH, i^t Ijie.roomfnt, tjjey, ijid-covi-l- Ille'Vessel l)ia{'saves'lM<^', will lake place al the f:g:ypfi�ft^"HRill,i�ic'ca'tflHy:-\lH S^^^ and Will Open lotlw'PbWifcoH;MONPA*^'NKXT �!d!iY'ttHtoiSf8lii^tw5ce.'S� iSs.ed, in sheets, �� WOA-NN%^SMfi?tiMt^.: LEXICON GRiE--'i^ ; C�^LA^NWn-^|inrt>^ locupleiauim, .j^pnil.^ndici^l^i^mjiet'iwi i lutein Mxlcon ptymolo. '^$7.a:by Johfc Lewis, A.M..R|f�^U^^;^8npile. .^r^e^^sMhe Clarendon Press, i�nt ToRo, dmfdriii>rth'1HweH'* Orienial.ficenenr, TWeNTT VIEWS     VUf'WVlWlJii- TWiH5fi:�*.fM<8, i Printed for lludwei) and Martin, B6iid str el. lUISS S-TANHOPE'S TJOMANCE. This day is piiblisb^d,.in b vol8.'12mo. price \l. Tti 6d-. ' JL        o^; thr.T��elftli,^�ut�rj(i  . , Ape ______,     .-'reicWy- Montbrasil Abbry"-j�-8lrlkinif LiWlies�es''i^" Ma-driina"-Niku df'Santa; Maria," &c.: Printed fur A. K-.Newoiui sod Co. Leadenhall-slreet. The follqwing Ims been )>nblislied this Snriiig: GWELYGOltbb;' or, tTie Child of Sin,; by the Rev. Charles Luras,'Aulltor of "The Inferoal "aiid fii'mily liotlles coiititiniiig lUe,quai)ti(y ;af'/0P( small, iines for' 33s. inherebyUs.^are savrd. '::�.! ':: -Also, The ANTI^IMPETIGINES,  or. SO^OMflN'S IJftrtPSi'ett'cacVotis iiV^'cradicaling froni t1>e constitution ""every spvciea of Scorbuiic or Scrofulous laiuljand blehly Tesplbied-foralieirJi^rtUKBift pirfify-riiig'tbe Bldnyj%hd Winiu-l^ikSLJt Id fKpel^joxiiius �iiid imfnreipm&i.^i': "> -�''�->:� ^rfBe.H�.-at(aHlP,' and *iB�ily;iJm�lestaf3S6fiin�*. iMived, .VYilb1^M!f^i?UI�,.if,.eiteij .a       o ^\Vfelii.' i'l.'e^Gb'�Vr8'ttJn?&^^^^ jl J�i�l�W^*i>SHiK'-coit'l'6-^^^^ ^i^1lliMr�/rolB.iw(irtwbk.'ill^t��^^f^i^^�  "  .-: u �'.:i.:> !:'�J:t^� ChANcfetLOU desiitd iheir aitendaoce      Il^lll?^ IS^.. 'Wtren KeWuuld pnt RMiie c^sesto theitt," r        'ifc.-^Z Purtlifn.cunsidcrMioii postponed to Mondayi'';r--,':^3nV-r'" . . Sir Jajnes Graham^ l^c'^iackhum, Mr. Egertpp, and other iVIe'nttiers of the HtMise of 0>mmo'nB,~broughrup'!li'e Planliition'Drawback Bill, the Traiisfei- Grants Bill, fde hisii TrnemeniB'tiecovery Bill, and several pHvate Bills, wKirh were read a first lime.      , � Mr. L.-tck, frnfn-ifae (toird of Traile, t)re8edie,d accounts of the quantity oft'iihlirr. imported from the BaUic in a certain time. '   - . On the motion ot (he Marquis of LAiJsiJOW.X,''they were ordered to be printed. THE ROYAL MARRIAGE ACT. Lord Hot.ttAXD gf^venolice^liiii lie urddid snbmit oil iVttMiirtay iieKt tcf thrir Lordshi|)� a Bill for tfie ptiri'ose of reppHling uhAct c>r the ISth Geo. Ill, tv)inmoiily etilletl tlie'R^ Marnage Act. The re-d�on wliich iiid!ai!iH''hiin to 'fv\efA so early a (lav was, that it ifeioM have tfle effect, his Wdje^ty flid re8oi''t''tb le}jislative'in.ea�ur?� ciu thie (lainriil husi't)esi . 25-^ .Against it........................i........ 14 Majority in favour of the second reading, 11    ' PICTURE LOTTERY. On (lie motion of Mr. D. Gilbert, Tomkins's Picture .Lottery Bill was read a Becbiid time, aud'cuminitied.' .i(1INES. . Mr. D. Gilbert bi-'oright ill a Bili for'rendering property iii'Mines siibjecf (o assessOjents for the poor rales, intiich was read a first time. " Sir IH, Wj'RlbliEY-.,present� iln.i).(s pf Newcasile-upoii-T-yue, stating tVai/lhey,wer^ pot !pe�TO toi'vote for.^h'e ejection o.f M.emiicrii pf Parilanleiit %'�1ia� (own, or ifbr the coiinly of N6rrtioniherlairid,"�nd pfayipg tbat provision mighl b� ib'ade 'tiy tbe Legi8laiore't� grant them, the right of election in .*iti�erpl!i9e.-f Rend vnl laid on the table.,,:  i.   AGBieULTURE; ' Mr.W'WBEHOUBBipijcseiitcdo Pelitiodfrom'the'Occnpiers ofJ.anJ,iiijthi; co.nMly of Norfolk, prayiOg for additional 'protection to the Agric'iiUural Inteie'sis,       ^    . '      ^ ^ .,,'!'�  , :MESSAqE,FRQM THE UOBD^^ Comi�i�tfe,on.-,FonriBiifrrade own. ,     � Sjr J .SlEWiittT brought in a Billlo'aWia* f'ftfe' Irish Acl concerniai; lies wilhlield'in 1797 and 1,798,-^Read-a first time; .secoiid reading on Tuesday next. BANKRVPT LAWS. M,r. K. FlSLiV ij-qmceii of ftJr, J. Smilhi whether itwus j'ls lul^Mitiiiii to fuHow H(> the iiifiMire he .hittl oui,itni)i(l ill ibe^last Psirltanii-iit, fnr the ai^ten'it^'''') vl' ihe laws leialiiig !a,.Bai,kui|r>,.anJ wbipj^hnd bfei) iefi iinpeirrect. . Mr.J- SwirJi re4)Ii.�Ji it cetiaitity was his inlen-,tiQn to. pursue the mt-asure, and ty> briiig forward, in prpper;t'(,(|ie, a Bill or Bills .for.tlie correction of the evils which siill existed ip.the .�ysteni ol* batifc-rnptcy law-and practice.    B,lit.. rlie..8ilualio.u. in which he was plaaed., prevt^itted him from, proceeding in the ,affair,.a>t preser^t^: i;ikI ihdt situation, was this:   He had, reu^ptji to believe. Irora" a communication with 4he first legal uuthoiity in tlie kingdom, that � p^ri, nnd.ihat the inuiit im.portant one, of the measuies he liad coiiti;tbplated, were ttnjM;c�sary, and that .the evjls they had, been ipteoded to meerconld be,t�i�rdie4.by. tiMJ Lord Chancellor hiiiiself.  And he believed th'lt he was not only disposed to u.pply the remedy, ,btttejM^yed iti Bouie degree�t the present ro,ptneut,hi,framjag the orders .necessary for giviug it^efi'i^JSp^yrjSaJhe^wBi) o^iiite^ure-j.bitt t{ie authority of tlie Lortl ChanpenoV Watiiot sii|fic(eiit. ^.correct all   tlie esisting defects, and. abtMes. Therefore, most assuredly when those orders.should bay.e;heeti issued, jiii'd he had observed what, the remedial influence of them would be, be shoidd preimr*. a new measure, of which l>e, should give due; notice in his pl�ce ; for he was perfectly coiip vincetl, ,-that since he had taken up the^Consideration pf the subject, the evils of which he had com-, plained bad not diipinished. but increased*   As to the evid''n('e laid on the table, he pledged himself to prove the correctness of every woi;d; of it by new witueases. SUSSEX ELECTIONS. Mr. HcsKlssoN, adverliiig to the BUI brought in by;Mr, Curteis, for transferring the eleclions^of Members of Parliament from ChichLsterlo Lewes, requested of that Hon. Gentleman, as it was a question which cotioeroed the former city and the freeholders of the county so materiuUy, that he would suffer the second reading of the uieasure to be post-poiietl till Wednesday se'nnighU Mr. CoRTEIS assented.  The former order was discharged, and a ttew one made for the above day. THE QUEEN.  Lord CASTLEttEAflM said, he rose to move the Order of ihr Day for the adjoorned debate on the King's Message, with a view to postpone it till Monday uext.^fLoUd cheers from all parti of �the Houst.J-In making -the molion, lie felt ii his doty to state, that he auboiitted the'proposition in conseque()ce of a coinitiunit-ation tiiude to the Earl of Liverpool late in ihe day;-(Genera/ cr'iit of Hear.J-He was sure the House, in the present stage of the busintas, would not expect that he should entei" into any explanation white*'ei-.- fif/ear, /lear.j-^But he cotiIil^ assure it, that he pro. posed this fiirfhfr poU^ionineitt in thd satnti spim in which he'nhd^his colleHgiJieii had acqiiiesc�d in a similar prop()9ilioiroiJ * former iright. The' House, howfrver, would liot   nentre Used by the Noble Lord would be expected from him; it should be'eqiially observed by'h?in. He had to express his perfect C)>ncurreuce with the Noble Lord (Casllereagh); that the effect of ngree-ingto the proposed motioii woiilii be th'erely"keeping matters for the present in the sattie stale in which they had been left the othfer night. With respect to the delay, and t1ie'�l)serVBtiou off the Nrr-ble Lord on tbe lateness bf the hour at whiiih the cominonicatidn had been recei^ved hy the Earl of Liverpool, he begged distinctly to say,' that that had been the fault of ho pei sod.--/"Crrej of Hear.) Because there hud been a great reluctance in the quarter from which tbecoinmunication )>roCeeded to commence 4 cdi-respondencei- betfa\ise it might possibly look like an intention of conceding something; wbereas the dthfei^ party, wh il proceeded' oil "that day, utilesi' the Ndble'Lortf shoirld itikte-iSXrpfig oiid' (itgetit' rifiiaoni" fi>r al different tbtirie.'� '   � -'' -"� � � :��  5..i;.,'W        EDUCATION.' -.'�.�� iMr,ii6Bot7GHaM> postponed'hi* notice f on- the above, subject from Thtifsday next till thd 20th liisdiiit. The Dublin Foundling Hntpital Bill was read tbe third time, and p.issed. .   NAVY �8TTMATE� Sir G. Waurendee 'movedtlife Order of the Diy for the House going inio a Cotomittee of Sui>i�ly, ' Th5 Speaker having left tbe Cbair- TheHnn. Bnroiiet sitid, it wa� with great lati*-fiiCfion he had to iirform the House!, that a consf-derjble fsvjng hai^ been made in the expendilnre for the naval Service in this as cooipared wilh last year: it amounted (ar well as the excestit^e noise und confusiott iir the House wonldpe'rmit -J. C the Navy fur Ihe year 1820; Sir M* W. RiPLBr coniplittiied that the reenm-meitdtuionft of. the ^iiMince'ConiuiilJtee respecting /he naral Mq�enditur�fwere poi yet compliwl wilh, uaJ.that' the .e^tabiixtMiseht oEtUe yictttSilliog^ Bwrii was no* the �a ,in the year 1815. He adrerr-ed to certuin4�ard�hj^� imposed an Captains* clerk and also observed, that by the present regulatioix) (hey were not allowed lo draw tuiy of their pay till their accounts were, passed, aiid:tusgested' tire'pru-priety of allowing, a portion of it lo bu drawn b  ment.-(/.aag^Afer, and cries of Hear.)'-The Bob. Baronet (Sir G. Warrender) had stated, that the Navy Estitnates for Ihis^ bad fallen *hort of those for the preceding y�ar by a. j hundred thootand pounds gross, but that was far less tbanthe House hnd a right to. expect in the fifth year of peace� The Hon. Uarotiel'a (Sic iM. W. Htdfey?*) observa-fions had been enveiuiied in�ach a haze of noise (hat there was some difiicolty in UDderstandin^ them.    Here was a^ balance agutust.the public of 3,000/. for repair8.(a� we nnderstood) in the-Admi'* rally,, when the Hotise . knew that in time of war there W8�a balance unaccouuteil for, iu favour of tbe.fmblic,  of 20,000/i' 'Probably it mii^ht be 10,000/, iu peaces which added, to t4ie 3,000/. made a total of, i3,000/ eOple cen.-;-4r.g to:-exist."-laugh.)r-^Now if ihe  niod� .of.-reduction acted'on here, was to form the crt-� terion of what was to be expected in.all the greatly multiplied and oyergrowo estabHshmeals of tlie country,    what ia called the public expenditure,'* said lite Hon. Baronet,    is our only: icom that never dies."-.-{Cheer.s 'and /oagA/er.)-The Ghaii-celli>r of the Exchequer, he observed, smiled always at..his (Sir J. .Yorke's) remarks.- But uoless he had some secret modti of saving, known only to himself, there was a poor chance'Of treasure for the country, at least en earth; perhaps, indeed^ the Right Honourable Gentleman was laying op for it treasure in Heaven.-�j'Loud laughtert^-'VUe first guii that tired with a shot in it, would knock down the 3 per Cents, to 30-(A langh )- Unless the Right Hon.. Geutleniaa had a stocks purse, of which the.ipbbhc knew nothing,, tliejr would be' eat up by and'-by. with soperannua'tioiis and allowances,-(/aagA/a-.j-w-Tbey Were going on every day increasiiigall the..dffieera of slate..' We had three Chancellors-.(/4 /aiigA)-all, walking abotit; CommissionerB of the Navy,, aiid so on,- These gentlemen  f that great building, the A(tn)t> . rally,      Lord   bless  lis!" ^ried the  H'jnour>. able Baronet-(a /�ug/^)-T/ quintuples ihe i*i�n saved by it."   At present de'rlainly there uppeared to be a mutual good temper betweenii^A'a'*"'*'' ^ud this country, whether-it was lii.eonsei^r^nce ul,their not'having auy moneym either itrfusury; he should not then inquire.-/".^ /aaffA.y-But he asked, wan it wise, which he thousjltt would be the consequence of the measure, to omke the'inhabitaiiis ul Nftva Scotia more Americana in fe^liug than they were ? The next item fofcwliich heclanne?! attentum, jwaa the periodicul grant of 4,000/; fDriiBakiiig a ^vharf at Giirallur.   Wheil he looketl" baik Ui. iheiltrae wlieiS a-gallant Admiral, .Earl. St. Vtnceot (ttufiik Godj be'wa,� still dtiove; water!) reconunendt.dithat workj be found thatHt had been catryiuic mu jorJB years.   Tiie grant-had beengoiug'OUi for that limei and the expense therefore iocoired aw^ld .^laonut io^(fuuritmKs a Wbre. 32i^four' titqeSrl aitd^3.be carried-La7jgA -72,oaOl�^ii aud, a(L'.;yel ; th� wharf had'. ,uot>raMed .ii�)heffll aime-watet-t. Iw feared thai it taevercwbuU'dOi so..! Hie :�u)� afraid that it'Warh^e'^tire ttQhtaar�f?whibbMattieir� told   

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