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British Press (Newspaper) - July 6, 1820, London, Middlesex Plav of . ' �� , ' : ' ;;� - ' � � r; EXCHEftDEU ^ii,L OFFICE^ Jmy 4; 1820. .tqbe.paidoff, r LL EXCHEQUER' BILLS doled in the Mr. Qxbfriy.,. jPdrtia ty .b l,nax (Iisr/setond, appearnnee on aiiji slii^c)5,^Ner.issa,.Mr�;Oi-^^ To y/kyfli willbe add'e ^^IVrpSi.L�inJrcll6;- MUs !Vpvey,,:Miss.Crinjtaiifia;Quij�Oue, Miss CubitlMrs. ifipg-,l)ri;/iIrs,/ii?.>^r.;,Mr8'..Pi;aine.^ Itir?. Hjirlowe.,? , ,,,, T|>)�,Ri??c..9?'.';v''^l", yftHI!�n fipm-EleWil.UlU'iven'CIoqk -^lacca Id lie tiiifon of Mr. Rodwell, Box Book-keeppr; , ^Private Bi/sciiJof'Mf.Sjtriiig, Private'fibxolfide, titticjlus-�fuW-MfreHtf ! .(.-.^-i^ .,:-..,-.,�.;.;;..; wo'- iSoxcs 7s;; Seconil Prfce 6d..^Pit 3s..6.I.;i:Secand Price 2s - fiojycr Gailejx Sfi; Second Pr|(!eJ.8..r-0i)pcr 60!- . ' 'ro-niN>Wi*',Oifeeiloi'wit'ii ^ '" :i'H,!iATn'E-R6YAl.ieOVBNT.GAnDsex\. rs^HiS, EV EN ING, THURSO A �> Jnly 6, ;Jt. �i)lbE}itie(J, ibcMoriciiliDramaoE i ,. , . ilOl? ROV.MACGREGQH. " .Sir, Frpderick y^rnpii,. Mr, 'Egertqn^' Rasbleigh, OfibaMi-itoiiej.Wr. Abbott; Rolj'',^bjr Sjacjjregor' CampjivlJ, Mr. HtJcr^ii'tiy; JJoSijal;"Mr. Emery; biiillie Nicqi jorvi^ Mr. l.isluii. XDilrna-Vel'-iioil,'MisS'Stephena; Helea 'Macgregor, n!rs. Faucit. . Afler.wbicb,.a Cppiic Opera called T;HE BAiiBER OF SEyiLLE, Coiiiit Altiiiiviva, Mr.'joiies; Doc'tor Bactolo^ Mr. Fanr-Ipflt; ni^il,'Mr; J'. Isaads; FlKaioi Mr. Listoii; Fibrello, MK fyiWV Ai-siiB, Mr.Treby; Tallboy, Mr. Kihg. Bosiiia, Mi>s IVIvTrvi^V^Marcelliiiai Mrs.Sterling, , Oil Saturday, Tbe Claudesliuc Mvriage, with The Critic. �' Ttt EATRE ROYAL, COVENT-GARDEN. rOU-THE BENEFIT OF MRS, FAUCIT AND ' MR. J. ISAACS. vX.WRDNESD-AY NEXT, July 12, will f }k iifri'iirined, positively for the last time this season, the .Musical Urama of , THE ANTIQUARY. ' .ti.nrilliati Oldbiirk, Mr. Liston ; E
u tastefully fitted up wilii a Tirw desi^ii, rbpreseiitiiig ai> Illuminated Oi-ienlal <;.imIc!i, ami will be ojrehed as usual at Eight c""Clock, for �tu' aiJmillance of the'Stcond. Price, which com'meuces at td-moirow, .My Uncle-Tbe Promissory Note-and Free and"Easy, . - , , UNDEn THE PATRONAGE OF THE^ROYAL ' FAMILY. ,. . . BRU.SSELS, POINT. VALENCIENNES, a.i.l NORMANDY DRESSES, SCARVES, VEILS. l.'4PPETS, FRILLS, RUFFLES, &c. (f : of their Lists; aiid theii afe �moreotei- retjuired'to^ attend fJie Exdiequer.Iiill Officcfar Pay^n^ni^andt to, receive the new Bills, and gixc the Receipts fortius sdfn/e. .... If anvof..ihfi.Holders of the aforesaid Bills should he desirom of receivirtg'lMyinent of the Principal and Interest 'previous to" tiie said lid'day of July, they viay be accom-�thodaledt'on'cnmpjiting'ihe Interest to the Day on which �they wish to he paid, and leaving the said Bills for eia-minationone day prior thereto. Such Persons as may be desirous of hoeing new Rxche-guer Bills in whole o�-.,in pari of Payment of Principal, upon marking ncib Jiills, and mentioning thf Amount at the bottom of their Lists, delivered on or before IVcdnejday, the 191^ Instant, may be accommodated with new Bills, payable to or Order, carrying an Ihtereit of Two-pence, by the day, on erery One Hundred Pounds, which said new. Bills will bear date the said airf day of July, and will be delivered, togetlwr with the Interest due in respect of the Bills so desired to be ex. ehanged, on Monday, the 2ifh day of July, and the following days. The Exchequer Bills to be issued in exchange, and made payable to 'or Order, as above mentioned, map be either transferred by endorsement, or will be paid to the Bearer, if the Blank shall not be filled up. N.B.-All Exchequer BilU dafedpriorto August,'l9\S, hare been advertised to, be paid off. GUILDHALL, LONDON, 24th .Iune, 1820. :iHE CQALMITTKE for LETTING the LANDS and TENEMENTS of tbe CITY of LON- JRAPICE OFFICEi 4 ' U!. fieig^ of Kiqe Gesrge \f M. drt; lhe�4tlrtnslant,iiiri'^pfk ,bat n�-pi..L .�the.Rqyat!Exclmiiire:aod.�!�^4#:jhina'�' DON will meet at GuiWhal! oil THURSDAY, the6lb day of Jiily next,�tObe o'clock precisely, to LET by PUBLIC AUCTION, on a Lease fors21 Years, from Midsummer 1S20, a HOUSE, No. 10, on the West Side of Fencburcb. buildings, Landon. Tbe Conditions fur letting may be seen at the Office of Works,Guiblhatij and the Premises viewed everyday be-tween the hours of 11-and 3 o'clock. JOSEPH UUSHNAN, Comptroller. MILLARD'S WHbLEpAtE^and RETAIL tSsT ISbtA PRINTED FURNITURE, and FOREIGN and BRITISH WAREHOUSE, No. IG. Chcapside. FA.\11LY LINENS, and FASHIONABLE ARTICLES � for DRESS. JMILLARD. rvspectt'iilly informs the Nor biliiy, and Families arriving in the Metro|)olis, be has made extensive iiri"arifi;pnients for the accnstonied rich supply of bisAVarebinise i�'choice Linens, in 7-8tl>s and 4.4lhs, of warranted fabrics; French Gambrick'S and Hanrlkfrcliiefs, line Sheetings, Damayk Table Linen, &c.; curious India Muslins (with iho-sefur Genllemen'sCravals) from the Company's VVareliouses; bciintiful Shawls, cliuirc Cambric and BMilia Muslins, India Long Clollis, White Chintz and An-jengoes,'obtained exclusively at his Warehouse; TafFeties and Citing Crapes,new'Pencilled Cambrics and Muslins of unique.'Desij;ns, .peculiar' to the-bouse; rich Wroiiglit Dresses .and Draperies, Foreign Lace and Veils; w.itb a va. riety of articles, in .while and coloitrs, for fasliiquable Morning aiid Evening Dress ; new and ecnnoinical Printed Fur. liitures for Beds, .Studies; &c.; aiid Furniture Dimities, from the Inwest to the Knest quality, with every kind of usefnl Family Linens. J. M. respectfully informs Families and Ladies having Commissions, &c. whose convenience it may suit to take entire pieces, or.demys, tbe.se are regularly at the wholesale price; and selections for large esl^blishmeuls, as well as in-dividqal convehiencei may be malle to the greatest advan-tage,at fixed prices, from wirich no deviation is made. Curious India Shawls, &c. purchased.-Proprietors of Business soprlied. glOGIETY for the IMPROVEMENT of PUI-fS-SON DISCIPLINE, and fur the REFORMATION of JUVENILE OFFENDERS tfis R. H. the Duke of GLOUCESTER, K.G, Patron. vioe-phesidents; lilVlNGTON'S ANNUAL REGISTER. Of whom may be bad, The ANNUAL REGISTER for l?9l, when thePubjica. tioii whs relinquisiied by the late Mr. Du'dsiey,anc) placed by tile EJiiors in the hands of Messrs. Riving'ton^ to 1796, betb inclusive. The Volume for 1797,- in continuation, will speedily be published, and those for 1798, 1799, and .1800, are preparing,;'The Volumes for 1801 to 1808, being tbe ninKnenceinent of a'New Series, may also be bad, and a iieral' Index from 1758 to 1792, both iiirlnsive. < Ill'UCUAVARDEN'S AND OVERSEER'S GUIDE, � '.WITH NEW VESTRY ACT. This diiy was jniblished, price 53. 6(). sewed, a new and cor-. . irected Edition of rriilE CHURCHWARDEN'S and OVER-JS. SEER'S' GUIDE and DIRECTOR, written and arr. ranged f"'"" "'c u?e."f Parjsh Officers, and others desiruus: of arqMiri;ii;P?ii if,ifnF�''^'""'"l*'y'''P'"'"'"^"'' ' ' :. : . gyJ.ASHDOWNE, Member of ibe Hu'oonrable .Society of Lincoln's Inn. Third Edition.. To which are added, useful Extracft 'frotji . � the lalc Vestry Act. Printed fqi^iB.itttfdVV.B.;Whitt)ikerj13^-.ave.Miirtei^^^^ Offwlibm iriiny lie had, by thelsame AulborMfe � K; THE fPAlOaCEftFFICER'S;W^VV AL^ RE(USTER,'�iiiewiiiB the J^fa,mell,qf Paupers receivtjij; oc-cisiunal or �cifiB^ii(;ut-PorocbiaF|R�l1ic^^^^ whelberjii'e Buat'Pr^imtti. T>y Fire- and alsi," Cor the AsiurAiiie of, ini' grantini CALLERY, PALLMALL. ^^Jlil'iv?M'.:ivjih ......EXHrBITlON Pislory ^BAILY fifi4>?\^MmEAikA^^^t\k Eviniig; .4�VOr4er^ ., JOHN YOUNn.Kei^perl Ad.m.i.sii.uv,.I,._Catjtf|silej., Is.-.^Historic,I dmo, is. CAR $01/ , ,,, f)LL, v(Sjjilitractor, 19, Cprnhill,. and',26, Oxford-stri'et, London, w ranted tlndrawn TickPts anil SbaWare SfUiug; -his Agents in'lbeC-onnlfv.'' " :) ' where War- ^ ,. . , ------also at all G-onnlfy.''-' " :)' '" ; � ' CARROLL Shareil and Sold, itifb^Jait few Months- 9,387 706 1,345 .*jB30,0p.O 3.1.00.0 ... .aij.oop 7ttll)3.- Ui-.....�5,000 ?,2S6,......., 8,000 . . . *c. &c. SALES B� AUCTION. SPLENDID LIBRARY. By Mr. EVANS, At his House, No.. 98, Pal^mall,. THIS PAY, THURS. DAY, July 6, aud Setten, fullqwi.pg Days (Sunday ex-reptctl), rf-^HE Splf-iiaid and valuable LIBRARY of a H. ' Genitemari- reiitiriir Ihti>-'the coohfiV, including Boydell's'c�lleptioit of Prrnts, 4 �bl3,; Houghton Gallery, 2 vols.; Galfrie de Florence-'; Gal�He div� Palais Royal; Le Brnn, G�lerie .dca. P^ii)trps., FlamjHids. 3 vols.; Earlom's Libft Ver'ilatis;.Gongh's.SepnlebrRl Monuments,4 vols.; Holbein's Heads; iVoulirakcoV Hieads; Picart's Religious Cerenifliiies, large' paiiler;''air iHe Picturesque Voyages; Dart's Weslminsier-t^rtil CAtirerbiilty, 3 vols, large paper ; Manning's .Siirr6y,:8.vol8.;.lai^c paper; Grose's Antiquities, 13 vols.; Lewin's.Kirds,>.G vo s. otitK original drawiugs; Slrutt's variuiis VTorks; Arciixo.logia,~19 vols, russia; Thane's Auloirapljs, 3 vql8.;Curtu's Botany, 38 vols, mo-roc�o; old Plays, &c. &c'.' . ' . TYPE, PRESSES, AND PRINTING MATERIALS. MESSRS.;MUNNaii(l CURTIS beg to an-; nonnce Ibatthe ^^ALE of,.lhe.?bove is.unavoidablv POSTPONED to ^^EONESDAY .and TBURSDAY, the 12lh and iSlh oirju'^'" ' ''~ iaext.'aa Ori Wjrtbr'oo vnjiu lo.ufc^NiiSDAr .and THURSDAY, the idl3lh of Ju)^,.instead of.Monday and Tuesday i Originalry advertised. ' (rooky July avl820.r ' ' BY MR. WAKEFiJELD, At Garraway's Coffee House; 'Ctijiaise ^4i>Bo�ker, 6.1,, pf^ ,'jpran^i.s^'lathom's tales.. TIuh d.n'v nr�i p'liijfisjieil; in two vols. 12inui price lis. THE ONE-POUND-NO IE. itT^.I.; .^'Mirl-*Liitliiao;tlie Wifr,'tbe Mistiess, aSid the'Frleud, a THlfe 'of Mystery; and' the'Prbplieey, or theE^tlaud the - Ganiekeeper, .a Tale of Wonder. , ..By FR4NC1S LATHOM. .V ,. I . PriuteJfor A. K. N.i�m'�V,and Cori< aiL)fui and luiiifeijtable traiisdC- The Petition wo� then read by the Clerk, II �;et forth that thti; petitioner, Caroline Ain.eh''> E'fz*-beth, Qu&eii of England, and Princess, uf B;uii>-.wick, had heard of the extraordinary Report iibtcU by a Secret Committee of their Lordi-hips, and ihil she was now prejiared to defend herself igtiiiist tlie accusHiion contained in that Report, so faros its import could be understood. Her Majesty further informed their Lordshipsj that she had now va.rions weighty lu^tlers touching the caie, whicli slie prav-ed she might be permitted to urge in the present stage of their proceedings, as such a course whs essential to her future defence; and slie prajtd permission thut her Counsel might now be heard upon thy siibjecl, ^ The Ear! of LlTEllpool. said, it appt;ared to liiiii th'iit the Queen had on this occasion been advised to lake ruther-BJi extraoidiuary proceeding. In Iti^. first place, he was at a loss to know how her M )-jealy could be inforined of the Report of their Lorii-alii(i4' Committee. That Report formed at present no p,drt of their Lordships', proceedings ; wlicthrr that Report be right or wrong, it wa� not regularly, before their Lordfhips now; no proceeding upon i' had yet been taken. Tite tmly thing done was, in fact, his imving given notice of a motion^ that he would this day brijig in a Bill, grounded upon the recotn-niendalioii contained in the Report of ihe.Coininu-tee. There was no proceeding, at present before the House, nor could there until the Bill was brouglic in. He of course did not mean to object to llie Petition of the Q. een being laid on the 'alj'e, hot ill the present stage he thought it qoite itnp(�>ibi'?, consistently with the con>titulion of Parliaiiien', that Counsel could be cjiied in and heard at their liar touching this case. If the Bill w�ri introduced, their indeed the case would be dii-ferent; tjjeo it would be coinpetent. for. their Lordships io say whetherlhey wouJd hear Couinej rcspectiiig the Bill : that would be the reguhir course.-flJeur, hear.J-If their Lordships allmv. ed him to proceed according to his nonce, a,id bring in the Bill, then the time would come which her Majesty in her Petition de>ireil. It could not lor a moment, he argued tii.it ii was competent, for her Majesty to be heard by Counsel against the Report of the Coinmiltee.-[Hear.)- -The first stage of their proceeding had not jei ;ir-rived-until it did there was no cuae befoi e t lein on which they could hear Counsel. The only regular way �>a�'lx> have the Bill brou^^ht in; it would contain the accusation against her Mujesly iti a distinct hhipe. He should then move inaL u cop? of the Bill be presented to her Maje.sty. Siie wouli* then have full cognizduce of ttie proceeding instituted against her. At present there was no t-Bse ii; the world upon which they could in fact heair Counsel, Lord Dacre observed, that he was" unable to speak with the certainty of experience respecting the forms of their Lordships' House; He was, as he had slated, ignorant of the circumstances which her Majesty alluded to, as being connected with her case. But he would beg leave to suggest to their Lordships, whether, when the Queen herself declared it to be material to her futuce-defeiice, that her Counsel shVutd be now hennl touching certain facts-whether, when they considered the rank of her Majesty, and the great importance of this case to the public at large, they �ould now refuse the prayer of her Petition ? He thouglit they would hardly take such a course. She bus cmiie to the knowledge of their Lordships' Report, >he is regularly informed of the proceeding which is likely to be founded upon it, and she now conies forward and makes an application which she states to be material to her defence. \iow it may ultimately bear, he was unprepared to say; but he thought it wOnld be most unbecuiniiig, cunsideiing the high station of the Queen, and the vital importance of the question, to interpose with a view to prevent her making now any statement which in her opinion (be that opinion cotreel or erroneous had nothin
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