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   British Press (Newspaper) - June 22, 1820, London, Middlesex                                r Number 5474. LONDON, THOU^BAi^, JUNE 22,J820. THEATRE.norAL, VRURT-LANB. , THIS EVENING, THURSDAY, Jvine 22, Ills Majesty's Servants will perform, 3il time, a new Serious Opera, founded upon Scottish History, called DAVID RIZZIO*. Henry Darn ley, Mr. Hamblin; Earl Rutliven, Mr. Rae; p,-��id Rizzio, Mr. Braliam; George Dougfas, Mr. Barnard. Slary Queen of Scots, Mrs. W. West; Lady Mary Living-Bton, Miss Carew; Jessie Gowaus, Miss Povey. After which (I7lh lime at this Theatre), an Exlraraganza, called GIOVANNI IN LONDON. Don Giovanni, Madnme Vestria; Leporello, Mr. Koiglil ; Mr. Floreutine Finickin, Mr. Barnard; Mr. Deputy English, MnGatlie; Draiaemdry, Mr. Busier. Mrs. Leporello, Artisa Porey; Miss Conslantia Quixotte, Miss Carew ; Mrt. English, Miss-Cubitt; Mrs. Draincmdry, Mrs. Harlowe. The Box-Oflficewill be open from Eleven till Fireo'Clock -Places to be taken of Mr. Rodvrell, Box Book-keeper,; Trivale Boxes of Mr.Spring, Private Box-office, Little Rupee I l-slrect. , Boxe* Second Price 3s. 6d.-Pit 33. 6d.; Second Price Ss.-Lower Gallery 2s.; Secoad Price UpperGat-lery Is.; Second Price *d. Tomorrow, the Opera of DavM Rizzio. Giovanni in London will be repeated every evening, benefits excepted. THEA TRE-ROYA I., CO VBNT.GAHDElf. THIS EVENING, THURSDAY, June 22, will be acted, 34th time, a new Musical Romaoce, called HENRI QUATRE; Or, PARIS IN THE OLDEN TIME. Hcori, Mr. Macready j Sully, Mr. Egerlon ; General D'Au-Tnont, Mr. Fawcelt; Eugene de Biroii, Mr.C. Keihble ; Frederick St. Leon, Mr. Ahbott; O'Dunuel, Mr. J. Johnstone; Moustache, Mr. Emery,; Gervais, fllr. Diiruset; Jocrisse, Ml'. LLdnn; I'inceau, Mr. Blanchard. Florence St. Leon, IVIiss Stephens; Clolilde de Bicon, Miss Bruuton; Louisoo, Miss M. Tree. After which, a Farce (with some Music) called A ROLAND FOR AN OLIVER. Sir Mark Chase, Mr. Fawcelt; Alfred Highflyer, Mr. Joiies; Mr. Selboriie, Mr. Abbott;   Fixture, Mr. Emery. Mriria Darlingtuii, Miss Fouie; Mrs. Selborne, Miss Beau-fconti the Doors will be opened at Haif-pnst Six o'clock, and the Piny begin at Seveo. Boxes 7a.; Strcond Price 3s, 6d.-Pit 33. 6d. ; Second Price 2s.-Lower Gallery 29.; Second Price Is.-Upper Gillery Is.; Stcoud Price 6d. A Private Box may be had for the Season, or nightly, of Mr. Grnudufi, at the Box-cfBre. E NGLISH OPERA-HOUSE ARRANGE- MENrS.-^THlS WEEK. La.l Two Nights of Mr. MATHEWS AT HOM^, This Evening and Saturday:   Farewell Address. NEXT WEEK. Misj KELLY'S BENEFIT, MONDAY, June 26.- Kovelly and Variety. The ENGLISH OPERA OPENS THURSDAY, June 29, for the Summer Season. SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE. By particular desire, THIS EVENING, THURSDAY. Ja.je22. for the first time at this Theatre, and for this night only, a New Comic Piece, founded on the well-known lu-terlude of 3'HE DAY AFTER THE WEDDING ; OR, A WIFE'S FIRST LESSON. �Colonel Freelove, Mr. Stanley ; Lady Elizabeth Freelove, by the Lady who perforined Floreska. After which the New Historical Melo-Drame, entitled THE RIVAL HEROES, CHARLES the TWELFTH and PETER the GREAT. Charles XII. King of Sweden, Mr. Betterton; Peter the Great, Mr. Camphell. Floreska, by the Lady who made her first appearance in that character. Ill ihe course of the EvenJAgtCoaiicSungs by Mr. Dobbs, Sir. Slebbing, and Mr. Grimaldi. The whole preceded by the Comic Pantomime, called THE YELLOW DWARF; Or, HARLEQUIN KING OF THE GOLDEN MINES. King of the Golden Mines (afterwards Harlequin), Mr. Hologna; Grim (Esquire to the King of the Goldin Mines, afterwards Clown}, Mr. Grimaldi. Allfair (Princess of Per-lia, afterwards Columbine), Miss Vallancey. EAST INDIA HOUSK. .Ii;ne 21, 1820 THE COURT ef DIRECTORS of the UNITED COMPANY nf MERCHAN'rS of ENG. LAND, trading to the EAST INDIES, do lierchy give Notice, � Tint the COMMITTEE of BUYING  and  WAREHOUSES will he ready ti> receive I'ropiisnis, in writing, sealed np, on or beforeVVFDNESDAY, Ihe 12lh July, from such Persons as may be willing to supply the Company with IRON SHOT, &c. BUFF LEATHER ACCOUTREMENTS, BROWN aud BLACK LEATHER Sl'ORES, CANVAS*, . BUNTING, BLACK. BLUE, RED, WHITE, and YELLOW PAINT, MIXED ; also PRICKERS and BRUSHES, TWRNKEYS, &c. And that the Cundiliuns uf llie respective Contracts may he seen upon application to the Clerk to (he said Committee, with whom the Proposals roiisl br left before Eleven o'clock of the said 12tb day of July, after which hour the Committee will nul receive any Tender. _, _JOSEPH DART,v.(Seeretaey. BRITISH G^iiLERY, Pall-mall. THI'i^^OALLEHV. wiilv an EXHIBITION of PORTRAITSf^oT distinguished'Persons in the History and Litei-alure b^^lheiUniled Kingdom, IS OPEN DAILY from Ten in the.faoMing lill.Six i)> the Evening. (By Order) ' ^       JOHN YOUNG, Keeper. Admission, Is.-Catalogues, Is.-Hisluricul ditto. 2s. .___L_j_-- ^-:-.-. LOTTERY OFFICE^ SOMERSET;PLACE, June 2181, 1820. �^HE Lord* Commissioners, of his M�jt;>ty's Treasury haviiiR considered-'the , Memorial of the Contractors, and 'that it will not be possible to have another Contract fur a t-ollery ifor'some timie', have been pleased to order that the Drawing of Ihe Third- Lottery, 1819, should be POSTPONED frojm Iht Tw.enly.lbird iustiinl, to the TWELFTH day of JDl,V:jJEXT. _. _ L. H ESSE. ATLAS ASSURANCE OClitfHANY. <^ LIFE DEPARTMENT. pERSONS us�ureer of yeart only. FIRE DEPARTMENT, Polieiei for 300/. and upwards will be entitled under the ayritem of Assurance practised by this to participate lu the surplus Premiums every fifth year, provided no claim has been made fur loss. Proposals fully explanatory of the principles and rates of the Company, may be hail at the principal Office in Cheap-side, London, and uf the several Agents in the Country. HENRY DESBOROUGH, Jun. Secretary. Cbeapside, Loudon, June 3, 1330. TO SOLICITORS, BANKERS, AND OTHERS, IN THE COUNTRY. Gentlemen who are willing to act as Agents for the Atlas Assurance Company, are requested to address their application to the Secretary at the Office in Cbeapside, accompanied with a reference to persons in Loudon. BRITISH FIRE OFFICE, STRAND AND CORNHILL, EISTABLISHED in 1799 for Insurance of i Houses, Buildings, Manufactories, Goods and Merchandise, .Ships, Vessels, and other Property, on the most equitable terms, and on principles alTurding iolid aud permanent security to thus? insured. directors, &c. ^SEORGE HOLME SUMNER, Esq. MP. Chairman. WILLIAM MARSH, Esq. Deputy Chairman. R(. Hon. the Vice-chancellor, Hon. Douglas Kinnaird,  ~ Sir John Cox Hippi&ley, Bart. Sir Robert Wignim, Bart. William Agnew, Esq. " JobnBehb, Esq. S. P. Cocfcerell, Esq. Ja^ea Hgiats Deacon, Esq, Francis i^eeling, Esq. Charles Freeman, Esiq. Neill Malcolm, Esq. George G. Mills, Esq. Ricbnrd C. Plowden, Esq. Robert Taylor, Esq. Joliii Varnham, Esq. Joseph Warner, Esq. James West, Esq. Rd. Williams, Esq. Solicitor. RICHARD BARNES. Secretary. SOCIETY (or the ItVJPROVE.VlENTof PRt-k!5 SON DISCIPLINE, aud for the REFORMATION of JUVENILE OFFENDERS. His R. H. the Duke of GLOUCESTER, K.G. Patron. vice-presidents: ROYAL COBUR0 THEATRE. Under the Patronage of His Royal Highness Prince LEOPOLD of Saxe-Coburg. rWMilS present thursday, Ju.-e 22, il the performances will cotnmeuce with (lor Ihe 4th time) a iic�-grand traditional, operatic, melodramatic Romance, fuiiuded on Spanish History, andcalled roderic the goth: OR, THE VISION OF THE CAVERN. Dnn Paideric, the 1��| King of the Goths, Mr. H. Kemble ; ^in.oiu, Mr. Cordoll.   Florinda, Hiss Love; Juana, Miss irafscifi. After whicih, a favourite Comic Song, by Mr. Gregory. To conclude with a New Mariue Melo-Drama, entitled, THE SHIPWRECK OF THE MEDUSA; 6R,THE F.4TAL RAFT. Jack Gallant, Mr. T. P. Cooke.   Widow Gabriclle, Mr. H. Beverley; Eugenie, Miss Love; Liralie, Miss Watson. ^OX's GaMBROON cloak wareHOUSE, Officers' Military and Gentlemen's Travel-hiig. Opera, and Visiting Cloaks, and Great Coats, of FOX'S Patent Aquatic Mohair Gumbroon, which are not half the height or bulk of Woollen Cloth, are very genteel, will soon becoitrie dry after rain, and Ihe best he warrants never to get wet through, to the-great comfort and health of the wearer. Camlets, Scotch Plaids, and Cloth of every description, in the most extensive variety, and in the present fashionable forms, all at such very low prices as cannot fail to give the greatest satisfaction ; or he sells the Gambroon and other Goods unmade up. To prevent imposition, thoy are stamped on the back and selvidges, " G. Fox's Patent Muliair Gambroon, 28, Kiug.streel, Covent-garden, opposite Bedford-street." N.B-Also may he had, the Single Gambrnonsin beau-� tiful new patterns for Waitcoali, and the Double in all colours for Trousers, which are very durable w.ar, extremely clean, will not shrink or fade, aud appear new every time 'hey arc washed. A particular sort is made expressly fur Slmotiug Jackets, which are very durable, and possess more "quisilesfor Ihe field than any Ibut has ever appeared;  aruley The Lord Bisliupof St. Asaph The LordBishupuf Chichester The Lord Bishop of Chester Lord Holland Dynevor Grenville Auckland Lilfurd Calthorpe Earl of Rocksavage Loid Clive Belgrave Nugent Althurp Wm. Wilberforee, F.Sq. M.P. W. H. Freemaiitle, Esq.M.P. Right Hon. William Stnrges Bourne, M.P. Rl. Hon. J. C. VillieiB,M.P. Hon. George Misoik, M.P, Sir T.D.Acland, Bart. M.P. sir T. Baring, Baet. M.P. Sir James Mackintosh, M.P. Sir William Anson J. G. Estcourt, Esq. M.P. T. W. Cuke, Esq. M P. Wm. Dickinson, Esq. M.P. William Manning, James Scarlett, Esq. M.P. John Smith, Esq. .M.P. ; CORNHILL, June 21, 1820. THE CONTRACTORS, for the piesent LOTTERY late i^e earliesl.oppQrtunily.to acquaint ibeir Friends and the Pu'Wj^'^ihaljas no furlbcr Lnltery, ^or some tim^,*!)! be cdairfiSSi {pri'tfie' fcords Commissioners of hii Majesty's Treasury, byi'lheu- Warrant of tbi>i day's dale, have most kindly POSTPONED the DRAWING from the 23d instant, until WEDNESDAY, Ihe 12th July. ADVOWSON. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, Aperpetual advowson. or right of PRESENTATION to a PARISH CHURCH, situate within 20 miles Nurlh uf LoAden .(subject to the Life of Ihe present locunibeni, now about 64), of the annual value of 400/. Further Particulars may b^ had on application to Messrs. Brundrett, Spiuks, and Reddish, Solicitors, Temple. This day is published, inSvo. price 3s. stitched, ALEITER to the Right Honourable the Earl of LIVERPOOL, First Lord of Ihe Treasury, on the present DISTRESSED STATE of AGRICULTURE, and its influence on the MANUFACTURES, TRADE, and COMMERCE of the UNITED KINGDOM. London: Printed for J. Mawmao, 39, Ludgate-stresl. SPAIN. No. xvl of the journal of new VOYAGES and TRAVELS, published this day, con. tains TRAVELS through PORTUGAL and SPAIN during the Peninsular War. By WILLIAM GRAH.AM, Esq. With many Engravings, price 3�.6d.; followed by a View of the present state of Literature, Religion, and Opinions in Spain. The next Number, to be published July 15, will contain PERTUSIER'S TRAVELS round CONSTANTINOPLE, illustrated with superb Engravings. And in au early Number will be introduced, CAIinLAND'S recent TRAVELS in EGYPT, with mauy iu-teresting Plates. *� The last Number contained the First Part of Prince Maximilian's Travelsiii Brazil, with many Plates. Printed for Sir Richard Phillips atid Co. Bride-court, Bridge-street; and sold by all Boukselleri: Of whom may be had, Vols. I. aud IL iialf-bound, at SO*. ROYAL CORRESPONDENCE IN 1813. Amount of Subscriplions already advertised �1,557 16s. 6d. (a) � I I 1 1 10 10 6 0 1 1 1   1 Mrs. Eeles ^. Mr. R Corken Mr. Isaac Crewtson Mrs. Tncket D. Rowland, Esq. (a.) H. Young, Esq     (r.) At Messr.s. Oriimmonds. Right Hon. J. Trevor, per Messrs. Brookes and Co. 25   0 Messrs. Drnmmonds 31 10 Bishop of Durham 20 0 E�rl of Derby 20   0 Right Hon. K. Ryder, per Child's 10 10 Duchess Of Beaufort 1 1 Rev. Geo. Champagne 10 10 Mt. Simpson 5   0 Colonel W. L. Kaye, per Messrs. Coutts    5   0 At Messrs. Fry's and Chapman. Lady Chambers (a.) I J J. aud A. Arch 3   3 At Gosling and Shar|>e's. R. Wilbrahnm, Esq.    10 10 .Sir J. Langharo, Bart. 10 10 Messrs. Goslings and and Sharpe 21   0 Rev. J. Phillips 1   1 Rev. R. Cunningham, � 10 10 10   0 Sir W. Pcpys Robert Adams, Etq. Hon. and Rev. A. Grey 10   0 Earl of Stamford and VVan-ingtou ^0   0 John Huillcstun, Esq. 5 5 At Missrs, Hoare, Baruetts, and Co. A B. ~      - 3   0 CD. - 3   0 VV. Latham,  Eiq. of Wakefield - 10 10 Rev. W. N. Darnell 5 0 Jo.'. Reynolds, E-^q. 10 10 T. Haydon, Esq (a.) .2 2 Wyiidhani Knatchbnll, E.sq. . 10 10 J. 1.0 n gley, Esq.Tbam es Police office - 2 0 A CounlryGentleman, whose infirmities prevent him from partaking in the active duties of a Ma. gislrate, per Wm. Wilberfurc, Esq. M.P. -        100  0 W. Bnckbonse, Esq. t 1 Wm. Evans, Esq.M.P. 10 10 Edward   Townsend, Esq. - 1    i |icr E, FosB, Esq.      1   1 ( Donations and annual Subscriptions received by Sarrfuel Hoarr, jun. Esq. Chairman of ilie Ciimmitlee, 62, Lom-bnrd-sinet ; T. F. Buxton, M.P. Spitalfields; William Allen, Esq. Piougb-coort, Lombard-street; and by the following li-jukcrs :- Barclay, Tritlon, an yoiji' Royal Highness and the rest of the Royal Family. To the same ui�forlunate connsrl 1 ascribe a circnmstaiics in every way so distressing both to my paretital and religious feelings, that my daughter has never yet enjoyed the benefll of confirmation, although above a year older than tbe age at which all the other branches of the Royal Family have partaken of that solemnity. May 1 earnestly conjure yon. Sir, lo hear my entreaties upon this serious matter, even if you should listen to other advisers on things uf ieaa near roncernmenMo tbe welfare of our child ? " Tbe pain with which I have at length,formed the resolution of addressing myself lo your Royal Highness is sncb as I should in vain attempt to express. If I could ade. quately describe it, you might be enabled. Sir, Id estimate the strength of the motives irbich have made me submit to it: they are the most powerful feelings of aiVectinn, and the deepest impressions of duty towards yoUr Royal Higbbess, my beloved child, and the country, which I devoutly hope she may be preserved to govern, and to shew by a new example Ihe liberal affection of a free and generous people to a virtuous and conslilulional Munarcb. " I am. Sir, with profound respect, and an attachment which nothing can alterj your Royal Highness's most devoted and most affectionate Consort, Cuusin;iand Subjeef; (Signed) " CAROIJNE LOUISA. " Montagu House, January 14, 1812." and her daughter, ihe Priocew OI>Br;otfe,.�l'bnlil coiiiiiiue tu be subject lo regnhnious and refitriclionS ?" Their l.iUiilshtps ai^jour^ied their meeliugs to Tyesd-iy t!i" 23d of February I nmt ibe intermedinte itiys Iniviii-j; u employed in perusing the, ilucumenls referred lo, tlui'i Ij-/ ronini^ud of yuur Unyal Hitfliness, lll�-y proreeiled nti ir-. .-and Ihe following day to the further ci.n.si'iei-ali.m i>i ,  said docnmeirts, and have agreed lo 'r*i�ort to yuur t%.'> Highness lis followsi--^ In uhi-tlience tu tliecuminands of your Royal Ilighi""-, we have taken into onr most serious coosjili-hnioii llie 1,-1!-.-from her Iti.yal Highness the Princess of Wales li> y.iiir iiiry.-.! Highness, which ii:is appenre*! in the |uiblic papers, aiK.i Im.-i been referred to o.s iiy your Roynl Higlitiexs, in whicli 'elu>-the Princess of Wales, ninong,it uiUer maljei-rf, ciin*.;*l:iiii. that the inlercoiirie between her Roviil H,igliiu-.ss, mi.I -i-i-Royal Highness ihe Princess Churloite, liij breu snl.j-cii .i to certain reslribtioiis. We have also taken into our most serin-.is ironHitlcc^itiMn, tog*-ther with the otiicr papers refetrtii to iii hy yjinr Kf?>'if Highness, all the ducumeuts relative l peG(injj; .il�^ ev'idnct ,�f li..-itoyal (iighuna lhe"Vrince�� trf. cnr l� tiAV been pressed upon the attention of yonr Roy�nJiirhnei.�, f-cuitsrquence of the advice of l-ord Tltnrli.w, am) iijn,:! grounds of duly, by whom they were traiisinitie.i tu liis \\a-jcsty's consideration ; and your Royal ni;;liness liavitii; liee.i graciously pleased lo command us ( ui t imr ouiii.-ijiis your Royal Highness, whether, nnj^ ill the circuinsiiinccs of the case, it be fit and proper lual Ihe intrriuiirse ln-twcen the PrincesS uf H'airs aqd her daujliter, the Pk.iccs;; Charlotte, should continue lo be subjict lo iig.ilaiiim restraint. We beg leave hbmbly lo report to Mirir P.oynl Sligbnesr'; lhat after a full examination of nil the dotnu^er.Ts btt'ore ii-., we are uf opinion,'^lhHt under all tbe circtiuisl.inc* uf itn: case, it is highly fit and proper, with a view tu llie welfare of her Royal Highness the Priiicess Cliarli.iie, in which-an; equally iuvulved the happiness of yuiir Ittiyid Hiahncts in yuur parental and ruyul chnracler, and ilie mo-^t importafii interests of tbe Stale, that tlie intercourse belwitn her Uoynl Highness the Princess of Wales, nnS hi-'r ftoynl Higliiier.s the Princess Charlotte, sboui'd  rnird in this respect to ihe declared wiH of bis Majesty, who had been pleasid to dincl, that �nf!i ceremony should not take place till her Royal Highuesn should have cuinpleted her cigbleenih year. We also humbly trust, that we may be fnrtlier permiltrd to notice some expressiuns in the letter of lu'r Rnyal Highness the Princess of Wales, which may pussihiy becunslrued as implying a charge of too serious a nature !�. be pas.seil over without observation. Vie refer to the words " iiili-oriied Iraduceis." As this eitpression, from tlie manner it i.i introduced, may, perhaps, be liable to miscuiisfruclioii (however impossible it umy be lo snpfiuse that it c-m have been so intended), to have reference lu some part of the conduct of your Royal Highness; we feel it our bi uadeii duly nut t� omit tliif opportiiliily otUrelariiig that the do-cutiirnta laid before us aflorrt the must ample proof lhat there is not the^ lightest fuuhdiitiun for such au aV- feiiioa. (Signed) C. Cantaur, Eldon, E. EboT, W. Armagh, Harrowby, P.C Westmorland, C.P.S. Buckiughamshire, Batbnrst, Liverpool, Mnlgiave, Melville, (A true copy) SiJinontli, J. Lniidon, Ellei.boroutth, Clint Ics Abbot, N. Vansittait, (j Biilhur.t, W. Grant, A. Macdoiiald, W .'cott, J. Meboll. - sidm0uth. tETTEIl FR05I THE PRINCESS OF %VAI.ES TO THE SPEAKEIt OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. " .Montagu House, March X. His PRINCESS   OF   WALES.-REPORT,    &C.--TO ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE REGENT. The following Members ol" his Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, viz.- His Grace tbe Archbishop of Canterbury; Ihe Right Hun. the Lord High Chancellor; his Grace the Arcbbiehoji uf York; his Grace Ibe Lord Primate of Ireland ; the Lord President of the Council; the Lord Privy Seal; the Earl of Buckiughamshire; the Earl Batbnrst; the Earl uf Liverpool; the Earl of Mulgrave"; the Viscount Melville; llie Viscount Sidmouth; the Viseonnt Castlereagh; the Kighf Hon. tbe Lord Bishop of Lundun; the Right Hon. Lurd Ellenborongh, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench; the Right Hon. the Speaker of the House of Commons ; Ihe Right Hon. Ihe Chancellur of the Exchequer; the Right Hon. the Chancellor of the Dncliy ; his Honour the Master of the Rolls; the Right' nun. Ihe Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas*; the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Baron of the Court uf Exchequer; the Right Hon. the Judge of Ihe High Court uf Admiralty; t he Right Hon. Ihe Dean of ihe Arches; Having been summoned by command of your Royal Highness, on the I'Jih of February, lo meet at tfte Office of Vis. coont Sidmouth, Secretary of Stale for the Home Depart, ment, a communication vJas made hy his Lordship tu ihe Lords then present, in the following terms:- " My Lords-I b.-ive it ib cummaiid from hrsRoyal Highness the Prince Regent, to acquaint your Lordships, that a copy of a letter frum (he Princess of Wales lo the Prince Regent having appeared in u public paper, which letter refers lu the proceedings that took place in an inquiry instituted by command of bisMiijesty,iri'the year 1806; and contains among other matters,certain animadversions upon the mnaiwr in which the Prince Regent has exercised bis ti'uduubtcd right of regulating the condnct and edAcaliDii uf his daunhler, th6 Princess Charlotte ; and his Royal HighiieBo having lakeii . intu his consideration the said letter au published, and adverting to the directions heretofore given by his Majesty, that the documents'relating to the said inquiry should be sealed up, and deposited in the office of bi's Majesty's Principal Secretary uf State, in order' that his Majesty's governnjeiit shouW possess the means of resurtiirg lo them if netessaiy, bis Royal Highness has been pleased to direct thut the said letter of the Priiictsj cf\Vales, and the whole of Ihe said ducumeuts, toRciher with the copies of other Utters aiid papers, of which a .schedule is annexed, should he referred 16 yuur Lordships, tieiu^ Mimbers uf his Majesty's Most Ho. uouruble Privy Cuuncil, fuV your cousidera'lion; and that you should report lo his lluyal Higliuess your opinion, whether, uutler all the cifcumslaiices of the cuie, it be tit. ami proper lhat the intercouiSe between the Prinircss of Wales  The Chief Justice of ihe Court of Common Pleas was prevented by indisp'osiiiiwi fi um attenUinj; during wiy part of ihese irfocecdiiigif. "the Princess of. Wales informs Mr. Speaker lhat she has received from I.ord Viscount Sidmouth a copy of a Report made tu liia Royal Highness Ibe Prince Regent by cerlaiu members.pf his Majesty's Privy Council, In whogi it appears that his Royal Highness was advised t if such a nature^ that her Ruyal Highness is persuailed lhat mo person ean read it wilhuut considering it to coniajii uspersious on her character, though its vagueness reniiers it impossible to be precisely understood, or lo know exactly with what she is charged.  Tbe Princess-of Wales feels cousciuus of ber iii-iiucrnce, and considers it due tu herself, to the two illustrious Huiises to which she is connected by biood-aud marriage, and to the people of this country, in which she holds aucti Sk distiugiiisbed rank, nul to acquiesce fnf a. mumenl in Ihe re. flections which have been cast upon her honour.   The Princess of Wales has not been permitted tu knuw on what evidence this Report has been fnnudrd, nor ha.'j .s!,e bad any opportunity of being heard in her own defence.   What she knew  . ihe fullest invi siii-dliou uf ber coo-duct during tbe time that she has resiiled  in this couniry. She fears no scrutiny, pi-uvided she lie tried hy impartial Jndires, in a fair and upen manner, consistent with Ihe laws of the land.   Her Ruyal Highness wishes tu be treated -ja itiuucent, or lo be piovfd guilty.   .She lie.eifcs Air. Speaker to communicate this letter to the lluuourable llie House ui Comrtiuus." ROASTED WHEAT. PETITION PRESENTED TO THE HOUSE OF CU.MMOiVS. A Petition of the tliere-ondersigned iiih-ili'tlants of the citij of Coveutiy, sellers of rousted Wheal, iv.,s presented, and read; selling forth. That the Peiiiioiiers arc poor nianu-factiirtr�,inli:ihitair
                            

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