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   British Press (Newspaper) - July 5, 1820, London, Middlesex                                m THE >BEE-B}VB: TllE DEATH OP CAPTAIN COOK;;  .,T,hmuiram-^ T4ie? Adbpi^d CLitd^Belles �rUb6�>t^eBaSc- .* ;im.l T.�MORKOnS(Tlh1r�%)j/uWfii^*lirbe pal _A porBopea nl SevejJ, il,hft.CoDcert,.to 'ft- ______?!?"SffBft' .. 3i;!!( L . 3 -i mm li^hii^    ,________, rVilltfjgrai fSf  . .-^rMLl^'iFOOttPKlZESXIP �80.000   ' ' ' Bi-siilos6S'<)ilier.<;API'FAl.jSii=AloDey aiid^Consols; BIUST J;;'./ ?.i&iHAZA'BD tiii(l-'CO."(^Sh�taclor(i;     � ' SliiiW rtt'e*;�^Htesl^'i/lsoarqn-HW/'Ageijes id ifieCountry. . . . TO BE SQLD,By.;AtJCTiON, . .TjT.;-:; ,:. ,By. -, .WSfi^lYyJuly    aud=iJEigfet fBU wing;D�y8.(8ondtty rai?tfcJE *!pleiidid and Valuable-LIBRARY of a B�Wiiy"GKj�'riiS"aCT is1iavinS'lheibi'inage>. CieBi:(!f these Roads,sre.principiiily � runipbsed Jit' meniof !!li!'?f�v�'Ii;tit,.jirflperl.y,.acliu)�. giaiuiiKusly iir ^lie iliiicliarge 1/)^ �Jwr^lrc9>�j sind-froin.tbeir lt>c�l liahiiaocy. bavins^ iiu-ineU�^'^t!^.'P9'SObal>i:Ulereals :in >lhc guud stalii of thu' Roads, tiiiip- (i^jwrlunlliea. of j iohservinjr thetii,- and' cumpeteut iueaii8!ibi';"�rocHrItig:aBd;applying,proper materials fof.tbeir repiirH'iHi.'^*':':'i-ri H :,':i:>i' . .....    , :w:: . 'i'hatimhd5ei''*�Ji:h j^ir^umslaniies, td iltansfer. these trust* fr��tiBiHliu�'*it.�>nstil�icdio the bahds,of,a Boardiof'Gocni: �nss|oiitrrf/?Wi'<'on*!'l=fJ� iiilended-.they.iihooldidiBi [itace, ,8i)(jeBFs!t0?thi�'i*le6tjog. ilo be- equaiiy unneeenai-yi )ii - 'iri> : ili , .. .iri; i,:iizi.'J--ii'';; �'IJhKt.foi'tlhiSiaiiduiheril'iasbns theseveraUriistsinow rei I)M8pntbe ChaJm^ '.fii^-^tive vr�iVl-J'>'> V>TUJJ -jlJT    .'uilT' ,;i ,i,V<:.vi'iu l iifivt\^T' iU:ibe paid ;| �':i'-�;i.tte^iv^.^M.tei='.., f_irf;.-t>.--,i     v.r' fllHE-'edMMfTTEE^ roi' ilf-mNi!} ?     i D&ih�>ll!'/meetaiC43itiiaiiali^oiLTHVRto-AMt'li'i!0>l(^lxy ' KfjJnly.n^jBl.Oae o'CWck prjSSiselyilojfciBTiMiWWWC J lSfeO,X.1lO}JSEi>o. W.ou lt^%.i,S(de or^i;e,.ch.^r/J'; " Tiie tebba^liftMs tdi'-Mtiai may be seen "at' Ihe^pffifcebf -tVvrfcsi'Gnitdbali, and^ihePrenriieK viewed-eVy'darbA : ,M./;fcoiiooW,jJoirWa(i,llg5�.':--- 1 HE COURT jo^. OlttE^JTORSu df'.l/te EAST IN1)UV; PO.eK-CpJWANY -.dohribs -gibe Ibe PROPRltrORS of IbeiaiSXlO^Wf'akv will he field at tbVtr Hrfusej'ift Si. Hcleu's.pJBci',^BiilMi^j{iire.�ir'eif, oa Monday; tbF lotiiuf� Joiy. Aexi, at. ^tven i.'clo.iK;   ' . The CQ0ilT>>iOtvi>lR,ECTOUS.,fi�i>�he�,.Ri�ei Noliec. Thflt. at-t)ie,,s3J |r uoreleiWIny periM8�Mh�. .�i�d j>idieoi�j?�jait�.4I^Wtj,expert*nceai.�rliil� Priupesaof ..ii6i|jB OF L?�iiw,,t�Mi>�vp�t., f. fp^mii^'W'_______ jApnefiriit to4tat)tiWefe�t�# l#e!J|W&fid H        ', '      ^^f^fPOHti PEERAtffe.-' of jMitoiie iiitereai to which bis ttntimeirti^cbmdl      vJ^l^^'* ir i. - -.       ;*�iddWbBlT*�ra.-iOraercd. rrat^.sfconi^^rraAiw-of tVe LnbAuKts'' W*rtiM�.V� ftoatpotie,)! liiolto* of Lbid. 0*rt^Ww, Htl lo- ^feHtm. 4l(Hfd: ii;uiiift iii need: of' ibe cousote&ry ktlfentiOns cf: '--aijwcred-pareojw-.      ,..)!(;.     i-^;-'.- -.�^^�'-v ' .J � V1^e,5:omebeftjr�!ypHi)Maje�ty;j:i  .  At one p'f;J^ck.j�(erday a (nMliug of the,i.nl>ar |iitaiit ,.Hoojie|io|^er�;of Vye8iinin�lerr was lit-jUl iu fcjoy^nt^gardeii, for the'|);nr|iMe pf,c i)rpprt5|iy of voting a;i Adi-(rrs�,to her Mn^ertjf ^ptnii the pwent ji-eat^^ iV reeeiviitg'Twin the IiJn'{{?f'Mjnwte.M,:-V/    .. ' ^ - Th^-hu�t,iiig? ,�va8.erected, is at as usu�i, ia.lVorit of the fih.Mrc^i. ^ut lyt the. e^r^tnijty of T)ijr|xtjic|c-rpw, nestr.tjie.HaiDintiins Tay^rii.,>The metJipg.w.as C!>mi)bittd,.oif, 1^ nyp�l>er of respectable jn]>abjtju>t� jpf >\re,8UnjiiHer,'t4|e Higl')' Builiiraii tjj^.jt^lw.ir, 8^1!. ported ^jr Sir Fraiicjii Bar(Jeit,.i\lri.Hobiib.U�er Ati.t^ j^y,i;ril^ptrier piiW .....      . . .,;.,);. .yi)e bupitjess 0/ ;ibe tneetij)g;Wu�t opje,ae..(l,ii\ (bp .u��)ai (orm[ the Higli BVtliffj;w1iO:-,i-ea4 the rer jyH^i.ltpu ijV |>orsuaDCe, of .wbicii ^he) ine^jipg; cj�uVe.iie/df, "ttiii)",theij Vaidj. io ex>ilauiifioii;pf hlMlPt D|iy^jg-ii;alJ!ed this me^lii^ ear|l�et, his u�ly.;�jf7PH ^r^as ,,|nojt'"to /rnterfere wjiije,hopes, reninitied,.,of. '^bat tjl^chieyerj Jbqi^ iiaifter : eiice ..betw^een .lli.e, .illjusiripus, parties, ,,H it .l^e.^wasi actiiig under t leip 1(1 ueiice 01 Lord Siduioiiili, ,uad tq-lemnly, declBre.J, tbst frqin .the iiist moiiien,t)he held ,:his, office down^; to the: present;i'he>^'never coDsnUeri Lord Sidniouih as to' iHe-diselittrgetif hiV dniyi;nor had'that Nt>.bre:Uprdlii Sii^.miiune^ interftfed wi'jh it,^//^/>p/aMW.^ , J, JVJr. Ta(Ei.W,ALL,rflse,, t�ud iri.upeloqnept speech exf>atiatediiii.pon.i lhe^1lllfai^ course taken^agiriniit her iWajesty ,'by doing to her ihiit' Which wbuldiibt �be tolerated ''aguiiist the jnt^aiiesi:; sii'Hjec|; in'l^n^-'land,'ha'n{e|jr^''t/hui-g^ liei; "by, a .gi;eiejV.,bag,,.pfp,� ceeding, and ingtituiiiig^ jSecretjConunittee locoa- fer otvthe course: agaiiist lier< Foriiiei-lyitwas said g"9S* I'Pj'li.viEaa frptntbe higtier ranks, buljtaipriiii gi�uhaa'^f'&iBfiils'.i3'iiat)ibsfi67.i^^^^ �bi"Htyof'Mini�l�i;; aAAhasnt leqjtttt^ ii�l''uii ^ieas)iriei'aa iffXiy '^.iroagbauira�H!ily;  4�J!t�i?t *.wl�lipn' ~   brm^ leMierliiineif ti>'cbndlta^ M^esiyvbfa prdcess nbwlii^iront^ffj^pti^, inlijiiitfaereafter iie^sed as A, precedent for.pl9ciB|;itliiHife'prefTry ^persbu-iii I ^tl)f�?,re'8lras,, fi�|n Ijje bigha|t.l,q tjie-lijiresl, ^t.lbe mercy of; �a few liidividiiais/to ibeoltec sjttive^jifn of ^llip'just P'ero-. 'j^^tVi'^s oir t^e 'Cr'^ii, anJ t6e 'ruitifanieut-al liberGes of t)^i p*�ple.     . . i 1:-c-.'iW...-   ^  - . -! �*JVp ireil�nred lll*eKp>�s�iB{rflni' ^infeisned de-ieiilaUoii atlbeili-e^tineutyOBrt-Uajeiity basfteceiv^; as well as of. llie further,pi'�c�edinga. prpf^ssiedlyj.nleuded lo bejtaken neiiiiis't your Majeclyj tr� nut.<)iilv. ,expr�sn the seoliments of the' uboie Co,iainbna of these" Realms, but that, in oUr litost i-artlret Wisfr, ;tbus pUbliiry feip?�^sed,' tliii ybur'Mn. ; jrsty 'may-lriumpb-overrtir ydtir �ae'MM^'atid' loUgTestde ; ^iBongst-�� * the grice^ t1ie'li^e�,sniH,|iiiprflpei''foc^JuMi to raddnetis ..theiii withniutifthaiLa; fen wofiift -oh ;3h'e'Suhject .of- tlue lyieetingA ;(ie attended.therea�-;IV}.etnbbr for-Wesu .mltister to.learn their wi>be� foil  by! i hem. :; iI.t-WHa almost in)pos* sililp to avoid sayiiigiB fewi.words -.ou.ji subject so iiiteresiing tn:,i}iei ,pu,l>lic as-tbe-piesei>t discussion pif the  fd.in?oppp8iciun tothe course of-pro* feeding adopted, as, ilmt coutse regarded"the jus-tiep,antlifner'it�! of the. quMtiwi,- TJiere was-,one .a;tt()rCe.of C!oni)pl.atioii.to>^be.people'(l>f England', and � to e*e,r,y .^eilrcoiistit vted- tniodt that as l(rr Majesty . .hadconta out;clearfroiU:':tWp for'iner-investiuaiions, ;liiirsj)ed;,ioitt:siini|ae taantier to -tlie present, ihut slie,would in lijte;tn�iii�er;:coine!triainplwnt from, the;, present., inqHiry... Jt, tnost he their 'wish,, and _ .they could entertainTliltfe doubter- eonsideringi the '�� .fintper ,iPvfeBtig8tioo�,.iflnd',*ecpllectiiig the ^afes' .ifyjjiqh were.lbeu prOpBgrtied�.'tiHlyiniiist have, a feeling pf.pert.ajfttyi'tb�t:-stii?h;w.bu|d be the happy re- ; suit.-/""Load cAeerj!/---lJei';iVlaje�ty'� cotidnci de-!n>a.i^d.ed^:npt.x>.nly; ibe. #/ilipathyihat thtJ-ad'oiiratiou . of e^very genert^uai miad, .tind^ntbeii contrasted with thfimodes. of .procedure adopted: by her uccnseri", .thaJL .contrast .k only lor .full.inquiry ;r I.axk only, for tlipt to'which every. :Uian, .jvpiiwn.'and, t'hild i!  in thJs country-strict justtce,"-;-(_to�ti cA�ering-.)-�--AII .heT,Majesty's .jtyo'fd&.ttild: :couduct: ;were equally ' plnin,-explicit, and direct,; .and w.hbn a prppositioii; jwos n[iHde. to her,ioif^ter(het;Crodllcai6iiig to this . .country, her. answer , was given, Uif: bfeing here iier-self almost, B�i sppniwsher. tJitettteneritcoivldfknow that their oB^ifrs} Iwdt beeni-*�jeCied. .Tiie answer, .jyiljipb heriiVl;i�je8iy hadvgiven tti.the:Addre�s ofi^tie! CilyyEpoken biy hero:9.iijaiuulhj'�ghil>ited t-hesaote] fpildiMjt,,t()e..S�i^ie! uiithriBkiui*,, lisSertioh df inuo-cencefruni font HCcusatioi>�, .ii^incesthvh'hefiVlft-jeatt I l)Hd)ij I rejidyi paitfwd ,th ni tj'gh ftliree �� Ordeu I i 'iin -.jtop.Sjed, ;thi!re>i^iitU/liJhe-.ri�liii iiei^ sent occa! vbuld'^hineiBsicuiispi-:(niPM�ly^uii!iev,�/y >hon�nit:iinati^4tii()�iii(i!iat.^ [Jikderitlfhet�ii�uiii^tiktioeJ, y�jw�id .,f$>(-.; beirnei^f oW tli*. ju�i| iuiid .ggjijCf-otlft jif.ipcijile* of those,(wJiij were never' ^IsMOWu: to, |aij,.th9.8e; wliPiPskedfor; tliai naS('\heir,.^iie^;Th.^ I^eetio^finigfat be p'-C'-V .u8fufed tl^a^ t48Jr;4ddi:e!ts s|^�r the spjtiiiieiit* iiot; .phiypf ,the |ii|;:tcp{tf>lis'(pariS'.of'whit\h had ill ready; t^il^ugJ5ni^i5,|iCfl(fe"i^^ it was-, a sufficient gwh-,r#�tee,J^il^l,q^e,i^^^e^pfi.El^gtaud bad ever beeir ,di8t,i(igui(.Hifd If the gieaii; '.bjig to .be examined v':^^ it^iiy Tro)>ariial per-' anjui-rrfifPtidcrif;^,qf.^i.No,-!mt'':Ji'om the assoA--_ /j/y.y(-TrOf. .t.li'e ij fi^e^i, - or. elej^en . Pc -iiiited -;[pr. ,lJi.Tit djity-ihe knew, not whether. .what he was ignijig,itp.say i^upld..not itnbject hitti til tl�e -peimllies ,it{ scmdiflitffl inagnuiMiiLy, but lie would say; th-Jt of .those Pe^fS 3piippi>inted,,four were actnally llwise-vvbb hiid tn^de np.the-green bi�g, and for aught they knewfi-eofltposed tbcrpapers. Was I here then any tiling like justice in that proceeding.'-It had been likened to a prertntment before n Grand Juryi b^tr.w.hea,was.it .ever.known-that the Grand J-ury was composed of- tl>e persons preferring the uccuMtipn.}, ,IJul ilien for fear this Committee should qu-arrel among tbeniselyes, and cut one an--otl(er'^� 'tliroatSi'. those foUr Peers were jpinee:.I Bill and the Special CoM.'la blesAppbmimentB.il-wei^commiind. T^E 15UEEN. : � REPORT OF THE ^liCRET COSl.MJTTEE. , The E.irl' of HARtto'wby rose and, ��id, tliat as Cliairm*!!-of .the Secret C6miiiitiee"h(j)JOHuVd ,10 examine Iht papers'feferr.s. "  " fS�oafK>>aiooit*e iiasiog'eVaoliS.ca �itb iitlenTiob .^lie /adbtiiiii-nisk-ereirreit-ta iheif'coiistidWation, find that liiuvo documents toniftiui'altegafidns supp'orted by the concnrrenC testimony �r variuhs persons in'differenl pacts of EuiiiJ.e, � that deeply alFeri llie. honour of the ^ui-ep, as ilie'y (end.lu shew li}at fre^ - M:ije:^t^ had formed an intercourse of .-1 r. i-minsl uaiure ^i^iilj a foreigner, who had been a meuiul .�; ly's rank aii:l st^tivo, and of a very llcenlipiis ualure. Yi>or Cutiiniilli-e arc ofupibioD tbat.lbese charges deeply aflicl llie Imnour.cf the Crowd, and iiemand a solemn inquiry, Ihe uccessiiy-of wbi(;b they caniibt but dre|>ly deplore." The Report being read. The Earl of LireRPOor, ro!*e and said, th.it in consequence of the Report their Lordsliips huil just heard read, he now rose to give notice^ that he Wotild to-morrow introduce a Bill referrin�j to tlii; silbject matter pf lUe Report. He shohld, therefore, move.that the Lords be summoned. He need scarcely addj th-at throughout the entire proceeding he should, ift every instance, consult the onnve-uience of the illustrious individual accused so fiiras the means and oppoj-tiinity of her defence were coti-cerived. He should enter riiorfe into the details of the question to-morrow, wheh he should submit the Bill to their Lordships. Eiirl Grey s^id he would have abstained frons saying n word on this important question at the present time, but his wish for the strictest ju^lict; coih-pelied hiiii to make a few observations, i He miisc repeat his former objection agaiukt the injustice of the mode of bringing the charge ai;aiii f the country ; lor he hud no hesitaiion id telling the advisei-s of the Crown, ih.it they ibust give her Majesty time to enter into her defence ; That they must inforni Her of the charges against: her.iand of the evidence they have to support iheo'ii , for the description of crime proclaimed (o the world by! the PJjiiiioriof the Committee w.�-^ u'cit sufiicit^iit; ffor hD*-cpuld her Majesty enter into her drien'ce �fitfibti,t'(c�owiiii>:wh
                            

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