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   British Press (Newspaper) - June 20, 1820, London, Middlesex                                L-j� i......    -.1    i.rni ��ilMr�4ji8iiiri:ti.iit-... ' v- ^i� Number, 5472. KING'S THkATItn. THIS EVENING. tOBSDAV...Time  so (by special Hesii-e], will be performed, RoBsini's grand serious Opera of " TANCKEDI.    ; F.ml of llie first Ati, nN'^w Di�*i-�i�pinpn�. ilflcr the l)|ifra, (lie new-Graiid Bnllrt, coitpof;^!] liy'-Mons, HiiUiii. fnlilird        * . -CP.PMALE ET PROCniS,     ,  Willi entirely new Sceiiery, DresMs, Decoralioni, -&r. A-Grand Mssqnerafle will take "place at litis TUeatre on Thursdayi lbe29tMwiant. '       '  'I �mBA>Tlt.B.nOYAL. J)R0Ufit4NH. THIS.- E�ENIN^G; TU'ESDAy^.-June; 20, bin Kaje?l?*i> Serrania trill 4ierf(irM,'3*! 'Vin^c/ft �ew Serious Opera, foiimled upon ScotfisU tljsh>i>r,tcalted ,     ,m�lD KlZZiO:  i V .1 Henry Parulejr, Mr. Hsjnblin liarl Rnlbvieni! Mr: R�e; naviil Rizzio, Mr. Braitam; GepreeJl>�>it:U8,jjMr. Biy, Mc Haiiey; Negombo, Mrs. Bland; and Zephyrina, Mi�s Keljy. Tirkels to be had of .Miss KeTIy, NoVS, Henriettn-stVeet, Covent-^arden; and of Mr.'SteVrtison;"B'i>x-office, Strand Eulrniicc, of whom Priviiie Boxes iniiy be lakcu: Boxes, 7s-Pit, 3s. 6d.- Lower Gallery, 2�.-Upper Galhry, Is. lioors open at Haif.past Six ; the Performance to Com^ . mence at .Seven. t   and during tie week, will, -new Caledonian Milo-Drtunalic-Jt.omatifei.pWCeoe-! J Chiinielmattc Introdurtioii, anO founded oa UOC ot tlje pO-"' fular Talcsof My L-4udl...d, ca.led  ' OLD (VK)ftTALlTYi OR, BURLEY AND MORTON.    : Viih Kew Mu^ir; Sceneiy, Machiuerj;,?li.iJ EmbellHthweiit*. OH Mortality, Mr.VVyalt V ''"'eiliii^ CWi>libotl�a�>, m'-Smilh ; ColiMiel GrahBine,- Mr. CliSTorii;, MajiH-, BeHendfeor �lr. Watkinsuu i Major Allan, MV.."W'iiUier; Cap,t igl�l�r.,fi .y..g!e, ^tt.mnn tJpit; l�8e�!,v'MTi PoijVrCrfptain TJouil�s,*AJr. HaMbliil" Nicholas, -Mr./Kilighl; .CohjUel'Staff, Mr. Gaiiie; Cheater/ ley, Mr. Bjirijard'. . Laily BAizardj JHiO. Glffvir; iCiari,i M[rB. Mnrdyu; Gr,nre, ,Mr^. O'ger; Constance,' Mrs. Ri^biu.;, 80u(; AVidnw Volatile, Mr^ Pjci^rc?., .  .' \   . After which, a MU.S1CAL MELANGE, in wliith n.variety �f Songs will be ititrnduVied by Mr. Brutinni, Mr. Iiicle-don, Mr. T. Cooke, Mr. Knight, 'Barley, Madame Ve�; Iris, Mrs, Bland, Miss Chbilt, aiid-Mis* PoVi y. A Pas Seul, hy Miss Tree, wlio will accompany hersqif. on the Flageolet. ,       ' To which will be added a i'DPULAPv DRAMA, in which Mr. Klliston, Mr. Harley, Mrs, Bland, and .Miss Kelly, will perform. ' Tickets ami Pbteeslnbe taken of Mr. Spring, at the Private Box Office, Litlle Russell street,. Boxes, 7s.-Pit, Ss. 6d.-Ltjvyer G^illery, 23.-Upper Gal-leiv. Is. Doors open at Hdlf-past Six o'clock, and the pcrformante commence at .Seveu.' HARLES WllIGHT, Impnrter of AVmes �nd Spirits,,next :lo (he King's ^lieatre Coloimade,. Hnymarkel,^ London, |s desirous, ihat Ihc Nobility., and Public should he made .arqnainled ,wifh the GAPE MADEIRA he is selling iit XI Is. per Dozen, absolutely unequalled in England. Old Port 2?. 2� per Dozen  line Sherry 453., '&c.i &c; � and every' description of FoVeiga Wines and Spirits in proportion. TO THE WORTHY AND - INDBfENDENT 'rilE& M'^.N OF THE CITY OF YQlX&i KESlDtST IN LONDON,,   . , , Friends ANi> Ftxr.bw-'CiTizEN?, . N c H"^0 BE. SOLD, � FREEHOLD ESTATE, a. called the HOOK, in the Parish of Northow, Herl-f.irdshire,qne mile from Potters Bnr,fuur from Darnel, four from Halfield, nine from .Hertford, and 13 from ILjiuduu ; consisting of a G:eo 'l ornamental plantations are iuterspcrsrd, roii-iiecled by walks, kept up at a Irilliiig exptiiise, Aifacbed Iu it is llie Advowsou of the Parish, with a good-Reciory House �nd a Manor, wbirJi, as well as the surronndiug couinry,'iB well stocked wit.l) gamR, . ,    , ;     � .. . To be vifwed.wiili TUkeJa only, which, with further par- ' liculars, may be had of Mr. VVakcfieUl^ Laud' Surveyor, No. 42, Palt-matl. ;   it�,: �1 '2dv I820t � ifi-.-.'ifii; I :C^i33!fSaABi^ I},eifii^tBil!/^^tE�3tJRlr.; .S? .Mb^ !j)ffMt: /�-^oiimtiaf!i)^i,Suppti�ii t stove., �y�,, itirn safe, ... ^ T^eneJian window blind,, Ac. &c. 41T"V"'*''' C�lalogoe. had on Uic PremiiW.  AKbolf, Solicilnr, No. CO, Mark.lnu�.; aw* Auctiooet-r'. Pffice, No. 39, fHcl..ht�,     ' i rver their. Tendrriise:il�d'n^nd'liii�0ere(l'''l ^lhp Asent f"r .,Ci^mifisaHa|,. ;Su^|;^t0 '   ' , &e-.\ &e..'' : PIDDING jind Co. have pleasbVein reverting to the -exir'iur'diiiary 'luck, which-many have experieured at Ihejr Otlice, so extraordinfry,,>iiitleed,4AECarcely'1u be credibli', but will atTiiiy, tin^e ..b,e rjiufirmed on Oiitb :-One Perifou had Five CapitafPrizes within l^.Months.;.another FonrCa-pitnis withiu;'2el'Muiii'.i's; many Have hail a 20,000/. Prize fu: )(f smaller Capitals;, mure Ihair once. P. nudCo.bope atso.t.ifany of the above are now on sale at their OJlice, No. 1,-Cornhill, or at their Agf'Uls, A^iTkOUR,of        �30.000, 5S OTHER CAPITALS. &e.>JUST BE DllAWN. NEXT Fkldav LOTTERY FINISHES. Ill iiDpresis Lotteries do not furnish such another ti'istaitee as.'(be present MAGNIFICENT VVHEEL. icr d CARROLL, the CiHittaclor, \ws, upon theTiibli^L>'lMftjt^tif^*aliit�-'iHBlje�t'fri � Hiepablici ihsftbrSTATE LOTTERY FINISHES N EX'/, pRXWiXi, SSdlinst^etJAioitfrbicbTdf^ilil-tbc 12,000 Tickets no* in the ,^7ie�;i,,p)ffiitrJJe4;^l�i�,}:aii iBust aU� the l?n�,r.^lqc.l{ Pri%O!r.30i(^,,Jte S�ock CapHals, Bnd-ljreFoujrteentM�ney.C�uf�aJar/ I ' >B1BH;S OflSits' BrVif^nJwktWvlVoilaiSate whe� S0^/iiPrtzesrarnr/MHV  a'8' sold nod shared astuaity 30/lbO/iJ^hzM asaU'iite QtberOffi*e.beep�(� combiufd,. apii bis,^|i;)llieiih>ly:PTn!ttttliat;�v�r cold in ou� -UlJery all TJi�e.I>fij(� ipers i|s MrrjreileJ to ijiiiff-------    ---ii'   ""'I ordered to be commilird on Wednesday. Lord, Holland presented a Peliiimr tijja'iilsl' a clause in tue''Bin, fioui where we were not able to ascertain. He tnoved that it should be referred to the Conuuitlce on ihe �Bilf.-'Aareed i ,  � "       " ' Lord Shkffislr presented a'Petit inn frOni i^rlain mer-rliants engaged.ill trade with tlie BrVlish CMlimVes iu America, praying ih-^t no aitcralioii iniKht be made ii) the duties onliinbir iiiiporteitfio'ni llieColoiiics. �   Lord LAXiufenbAL't iii'ssested to the Noble LordKrheihc it would not be proper (liat'lbe IVlilion shoiii'd iie referrei ito tbe Cuinniiilee of their Lorilships on Forciwu Tiade. Lord .SpUFFIELD said it was his inlenliiin as soo^i as the Petition WJ3 read. It was accordingly read, and refrried to the Cominillee. The E.irl uf Ro5eBEI�l-�'moved, that the l')rder for iheir ,I.6rdahips'eoing into a Cbnimillte uu the Scots Elective Peers Bill should'be discharged, ami renewed for to-morrow .je'nnieht-Aereed lo. The E�il of Daiinley moved for an account of tlie number of shijis of war iu his iM-ijesiy's service, discriminating lielween llii-se in cominissiiin, iu i.idlnary, and bnildins;, j The "Noble'Earl said, be moved for ihis arr.iunt for the purpose of shewing that the country had a siilKcient number of effiiieiil ship* 61 f�r service, Ip uu exieni more than the country could man if it was necessary. CONTEMP'.rs OF COURT, ,Tlie .Mar(|ni� of Lansoo'WN presented a Prlilion from persons confined in prison for contempt of Coort, and praying thiVt'tbeii'cases miglit be included hi the brue'fils of the lu-i.snlveat Debtors'Act.   Hetherefoie niiivcd that it shiinld be i.referreil l<* the Committee of the whole Hoti�e on tiitlnsol-j(tnl Debtors' Bill.  In moving tliis, it was far from his in-' ' teiiliiin io jiropuse that those personi who Itad acted cootn-mah'iiosly to (heordirrs of the Courl, and went to^/prlsou to avoid delivering up property which did not belong tc* lliein, -should, he. relieved, but he thought persons c (bmitted for nonpiiyaient of money which Ihey had it not io their power to pay, oiigbl Iu have the same relief afforded them as other debtors. .....;   . ,       >, JUDICATURE OF WALES, The Itfarqnis. of Lansdowm presented two Petitions from certain Inhabitants of the Principality of Wales, praying that'wine improvement niight be niiide in the' practice of Ihe Courts of Judicatnre of the Pr?ncipalily.-''rhey were reailaoillaid on ;iie table. The Mutiny Bill was read the second tirhe. The Goilon and Flax Regulaiion Bill was committed. i,JHr. Brogden and several other Members of the House of Commons brought up the Loan Bill, which was read Ihe first lime. TpE QUEEN, The Earl of Live.RPi>oj- that it must be fully ill thtir Lordsliij)!*'rtcollection thegobjecl to wlndi Ilia Majes'y's ..Mes�af;e whirli he l�ail Hie honour of pre�eutiii}{ to.tlieiiv referred t", which tnaile it unnecessary for hitn lu stile i', aiid h!so that oil that Me.-sjge their Loidihips hj ai)yiiii; the . iVJessage. tie had thautfiit it lii^duly to po.itpotie the meeting oftliat Cuoiinillee from tittle lu time, on nccounl of ctirtiiih negocia-tiopsajid expliiiialions wliirh were pr()Ceediti}� on the paiiifui subject, and inniiy Noble Lords hav'nig e.n-.pressed their hit;l) fxpeejailiou that it would not be necessary for the Secret Committee to Imveiiiet at all, and in the latter part of the iiej�aci�lion he had the ftrno^est hopes that it would have beeir so concluded us to haie preveiited the iiitetfereiice of tlieir V |: i' now put an end to, a:* the , tlf.gocialiou had coiBpletely failed, nnd he could assure the House tlial no persons could feel more sorrow for its coming to such a conclustuu thitn his Majesty's Miuisterti, He liejd in iu!i hand the nrhole oP tlie ctivrespondence which look place on that tiegocia-tioii, and he was comiiianded by bis iVlujesty to lay then] on thfir Lordsiiips' table. As it was u.soui when t.ucl) a Message was received from the Crown, that the.puperii, accompanying it were.printed,, he would.Uiove-that these should, and they might be ready for the perusal of their Lordslvips in the (;ourseof to-morrow morning. He would also move that the Order of the Day for the Secret-Gommrt-tee first noeeting on to-morrow should be discharg-{edi.iur ti)(i purpose of puslponing it to. Friday nex.'. . The. Marquis of LANsDovynr suid, he wished to he inforaied whether, tlie Noble Earl intended to move'tin. Addre>a 0.11 the MesMsae of his iVIujesty, anil if not, what other proceeding be intended to propose on lite suhject. The Earl of LlVEtipooL said, that he had no CQU.(i'^ tu propose t /tjieir Lordships fur their udop-tiufi. He thought ttti>Citbe Houw oaght to be put iu ipipVsesMnn of etrery thing.which occurred relative ta the negQciatioii� before ihe Secret Committee met. He did not know if it woulii-be- hi&duty hereafter to eiike any a:olioa ss it related to the Atewajjefrun) t-.ts !VS�Je�ty, but.e7Ttain!]^'he was nut prepared at present tvith any notice of inoiien cn tbeiinJ^oi. Tbt Mtir�tBi9 of L^NSSOWa 8aid, then he n*s To ssiidiirstaitd that wfutt^ theM ps|>ersr contained .wetM ttecessary for the. informniiun ofthe Secret (>otDa>Ute>before.tliey inel, or, in other words^ they indcied strength ttttliedocatneiits fbr the esamination of ijvhich ^he Conittiittee bad been appointed. The Earl of LlTE?L�po� 8i�id, he intended no sttchjhiug; 0lt he did meao. was, that the corr���. pondence ttboold by printed, and then it would'be open for tiny course that their Lordnhipi might tiiiik,proper to proposf. EarfGttEY saiij, he rose for the purpose, if it wan possible, of extracting an explanati'iu from his MajestyV Ministers ou this proceeding, but he had little liojirj of suct^ess from what :ie had aeen of ihen tliii Si-.�ioii, Fir�t, lltcrecoiue d�iti) Jo Parlian e c a Me.i-agi from his iUi�j�-s:r, broojfht �h��vn hy in,,; of hit M.ijesty'i �dvigers, C(>iilain'iu r�Xipiiitit the Q iceii C.i?u�ort. ,\ Secret Culflaiutee h.d been ,upi)t>Ju.l�d,io ibqnir- tnto them, Wliii h been mljonwted fn>m, liay tn day br the same No-ble E"l, not/ou ttTCotUit of any ihfn:^ wlijili i,i' stated to their Lotftluliip", but in (.-ons qnrnce  f what liaii lakaif pLce elsefthere; at U>t the nego-ciitions me put an eu iib-ject 'to tiiuige who wrru not , the res-jioi f.A\-i iidrisers of. Jhe Crown, and it ibtuI ht inr.c i more so to them. Tlleil followed the p.i|kh which hail been broui^hl down Ihis uiglii. W I .it he wished to kiipV n�^', what wm the ruteiiii.,'! lA laying the p,>pBr.t On ihe table? He Iwd ht'sr;! : f" j cortrSfjOiiilence being laid on ihe tible, on n nr^ti-ciatioii felalive to war or peace with a fun iou i.aiior', but what their Lorrlships hail to do with p::(:i is ilu c related to a nesocialiuii between Ins A/'-jj-.jry's' Mininlers and certain peisuns lui tlie part of t';:'-Queeii Consort, he knew not ; anil l;e w:;., ;;iso lit .1 tovs liDiv they cu'jbl inietlere with liitf iik-iUhl; of the Coninimef, wbicli lia  ii.frr ihac Ills SJujes'y'o AJiiii.sleri thought if t:ifir L":li^f�.ll,* were put ill poi.se�!ioii of the coiileii'.s tf ille^-: fiuperg, that it would bring them lo the ccntlii-iu , that no no fnillitr proceeilings were nects-nry r iJ -for one would not give iheiii rreiiil f'jr mkIi bi> m-le.iiioi), bill he would' tell- their Lnrrl.-iiijis y-'ir^l they weri: strug^llng at. It was ici ihri^-.v r;--gpoiniliilily which ivas (iropeily aitaclieii lir ilitr;i, a-his iVJhjeiilj's Hdvisei'�i'mi Parliaineir, 'dnil ilinm 'a off of ihemselves; for if they \^iu\ a pr'inui J'ac'td case made out which tiiey could !.Li|.j.iiii, ll.-i-v ilut not want.boldness or spirit to be:ir the odium lunsi-selves.- {iJeur, k(ur.) Tlie Eirl of HiRtlOWBV said, tbit i:i a ca.'e like llie present, where no iij;/rt w,.s to he h^i.' fiom precedent, and but faiiil gliiii(neriii^.-i !Vo:ii ;i: alojv, he knew of no course of prnc. ed.n^ nli.cii bril-r became ihe ftJiiiifters of the Croivn to aduut Uu;. 10 ask ill every instance the iiriincdiale advics (if Parliament. The Nohle Enii iliis'poipf, by t!;?-w�y of rote, but it nas Kot 'he leia luulcvs'.oo'.! from ihe individaat ejrure.ssilin i:f the wislies ^Dtei-tained by several MeLtiber-. He liltls iliou.lit it would have been made a charj^e agaiu-"t tie cu.i i.-' deiitial servants of the Crown, that,al'ier ii^iviui^ ail-yised the King lo enter nio negociaiion* np^uj this subjecl, in pursuance of ilte desires of liolh iJt'ust-.., of Purliamenl, tiny slimili have futtlirr rtoui-tnended that lite resiiU of tl.ose negocii.lion* "ilumi.l be laid before the Legisidinre. The .NcUlr- R,iiH:^il complained that no iiieasote was to lie luuu^'.c.l upon this couimniiicuiioiT, and naied li.ni juth u proceeding was cnntniry lo precedeii.t, lJut it niii>t, be known lo thetr Lnriiililpi, that it wa? 1,01 i!l!-,i^u.it t!-, have papers laid before-llie H'ousc, on which ... e Ministers of the Crown d;i! not think it ii-re;.*ai-/ eitherto expressanopiiiiontlirrmselves, or io i-k Fii-liameitV io express ho opinion. Slicb, I'lr iiiMniice, were some treaties of peari', eveiyalVer ivhrs of strir^ magnitude. The Noh'e Eail iiad also ciMiiphii::e.i tllat tile Minister, of the Crown ejipeaitil dSsirous tf  throwing off their constitnlional rt.-ifjOD'ihility, uii-! impo.iing an uupreuaaul duty 11(1011 P-.ulimie-.i^ ; but it certainly ougiit not to tie it;mie a cause .t censure lo lii* iMnjesty's Miiiislevs it', on a of siicb extreme dtlicncy, lliry should call for ihr .idvice of Puvlianieot. He would not add one word niur.-upon this mliject. He slated what liad sjri^ficil himself upon the proprieiy of the course p;nii0-.eii to bepursueil, mid he hoped it would prove etjuoliy galisraclory to the House. Lord Hui.l.ANi> begged perrniasion to draw their Lord.�hips' attention back lo the ciicuinstaiici s in wliich the presetit connrsalioii lud ongin.itei!. His Noble Ilelative , (the Marquis of Lan,�iiowi ). had asked of tlie Noble E.jtl nppositf, whiit ii;e drift was of. the papers l-.i,-il uOw 011 tiie l:iljl^. how they might affect tlie piitfeeednigs now |.ei tin g, and in particular, whether ll�y wbuld prevent 'he Secret Coniiniiiee fruin tneeiing } The Nohie tad, however, declined ansiweriiig theje questious, Tiirrr it was, indeed, as now Milled, that they hiul n:, precedent to guide tliem, but they hud Ciiinii:u h had beeu thrown00 it. A third Message wps however, now i;ommv.-iiica1et5 .to their LordsliJlM, decluiii.t; that rntre than the tf/tniMfhad be*n done, but tiiat: ail had failed, and yet that the investigation sHoulil be still deferred till Friday, wiihuot iiny explana-lion given, or any cause assigned for so strange iiiid anoiiiulons-a proctediiig. Suth nndoubtedly was not tbe mode �n winch .Minisleis usnully'proceeded in cases where greeir bugs were referred 1� Parliuineiil. When aiinisiers brought tlown their bags fraught with churg�i< against thejieople, and the present Ministers hud but too niHch practice in that parliciilar, did they say to the Hrtuse, " there are papers fur you, do with litem' what'you please; make what niolibns you think proper, but we hiive formed no opinion upon the niat^ ter?" In') ; they gave lo the House inflated descriptions of what the bags cuutained-they Slated the general purport of the ducumetits pre* senied, they hinted wilh toltrable accutacy ui tb.'   

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