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British Press (Newspaper) - July 7, 1820, London, Middlesex I riilitltd ,i,f/. ;;i Aftrr vrlucb'. " !??JMRh^xJj, iv,.:;.,- i ^pert to this BSri3&h# Admillanreja, " ----- THIS :EVErif^5^4 'iP^i&Ay^uift?,' � �:: U.l-0rrfaB|;t0,.... , ...... lMhe3srVM$te,'4)rtutFttof�V!0�btlt6,'HMr.-Kcan; Cniio, 1 Mr. 1�i%.*i}��f,fol�e. eplilUQIL^ilNp VINEGAR. Bax ^^:-.  - Tlicltaors to lie opened at SisVOock^'aDd the frtUrm-ancet.o.'beBl��-Mi'Y�n''.."-~-r ��'!�'.� .� PJiUtdifor tbe B63tes to beituken of l^r. Maasingbam, at.- TBEAf Ce-JiOYi&t. WditSfl Oi*EliA.HC>PSE," fflHJ^ EVENING, f.RlRAy, Jolv 7. "ill CqnnniKlQi^-fqkelir, Mr. Bartley ;.Spbtle, Mr, Broadhurit; Florid, Mr. Vri^qeV ; ElkD, Min Ldve'j Fioiiiice, Mjsi '1. After wliicb, 8th' titne; an tiAtirely new Comic Operetta, 'i,: '(.called;:?- -. ' THE PROMISSORY NOTE. Mr. Markham, Mrv^rencb: ;Mr; Scamper,. Mi?. Pearwaa; ^irkt, Mr. Salter^: Mjs. Markham, Mn, W. S-tihalteriey ; 0}ia Comic Opera, ^-^"^FREE ^^-D^EASY. Sir Joho FreenraW, Mi'.VVfench j Mr. Charlea'Courtly, lUr. Bartlf^; itlUpbi.'Hr; W^^.'GbatterJpy; Michael, Mr. Wilkin(on;;:Mf � r'icRTflUliiBERLaHD;' . A TbeaiiisbtBpa. Geofjce *<ibo= nPHcrftifhtllan. Sir<Areb1. -; hsltl �ac*iii!�ld^ Barl. i .T%e.^gl5,Ho�i)%t#,,!gfflr,. -rxherfer,. . "'  t.l^ii>t -inrCh, Westmifas'ter, for tbe BENERIT, of: .....,..... . ;t<c- fdrtr of SI. ifeho the' BVaneelfat; Weaimii�ter,; and jjf St. Vidatt Foster, London, and Cbaplajn to Earl Rsrconrt. Prayers<iO'begiri'a(Ble4^in o'clock. -The ANNiVEifSARY J}IN;NER Will be held on ERl-IVAY, July 14; at the Tbatdied Hi^use Tarern, St JamesV tTSWARBB: I Thqinas^ Parker, Eaq. Willi^nr ftlpnkhouse, Eiq. I John. Taylor, Esq. I WiHi;<m Evans, Esq. ISir George Sb^er, |Wm. C�rlffri|;ht, Esq.  -Dr. Boyldn, .v iDaTidGrfcnjUi^q.. Mr; Thomas n^ilji^ni Pena, Tltkels each, to he had of the Treainrer, George AUat, E<q Keusinklon; of llie SCewards, at Ibr ffiospilal; .aiul.ur tbe.Smelfcry,'fur.:vhich Gentlemen areMquested to lapply on ,or before Ibe'Utb day of iiily, that Diaper may be. pifovided accord^ingjy, ., . DiDuer ou labre at Five'o'clock for Ralf.]past Five pre-cisejy, , . . : iOBN' DA1VIEL, Semtary and Receiver, Little Cdllrge-stfeel, .VVestmihsfier. IMPMKIAL-PAKLJAMJiM': carried. <iaii;4 Of 6aed thut t^^^ kooar iiptbi^g. Met'.iiltgfitty, bpwever^ eonUrOwt btitiie-'aware, ,lbat-�u iib1e (^-"rMiliiigdi^'oi^- bearing; and ahe could^ot but feel tlipl it iin(i�rert ^ aoch circuiiaataiiceii of �iihio�lit^3il� fijef'^as'w not failof leaving ^cfiiy.k^�tainu|M^ If aucli .a Report^jdid -Qot emanate from that House, it became.'.tiieir Lordtbipis't duty to inflict HOUSE.OF LORDS, Thvrspay, Jvlt 6. SOR*TeY;'r�E)lTRE. THIS EVEN (Ma. , RRIDAY, Jtily 7. and -Td MORROW he )itle of  A NEIV WAY TO GET MARRIED; OB, GIVE A MAN LUCK AND THROW HIM IN THE SEA. Kaled, Mr. Watfcios; Abdallah Ben Bobo, Mr. Wat-kinson; Codlotife, Mr. Payne, Aiiairia, Mrs. Horn ; Za-jrucma, Mn,Gbinersal; Cauzade, Mis; Behce. '" In Act I. a Storm and Shipwreck. Boxes, 4�. 5 Pit,: 2s.; Gallery, Is. VAUXHALL. HIS EVENING, FRIDAY, Jnlv 7. =� GRAND GALA, corapriiin^ a Concert of Mi'cel-I. Music: At tlk eiid <if\ihe<irstAct:Madame^and ' .. ^ ,.------..... ______ .Wadwioiselle'jiaqni, with Mademoiselle Adellei will exhibit �thei�? egin.8t �ig))t o'clock. . CORON:!AlriON.-a HENDERSON beg� to acqiiaint (lie Nobi'lilv and Gediry wi*hiii^ to view the a'pprtiiicliiiig.CORONATrON PROCESSION^ he shall' j>e able'fu'jsiire.particitlarB as in hi�'accarniraddaliona. Vbeside� NINE <)THjE!; CAPITJiLS,� ' ' TO printers; TYPJE-FbUiiDBRS, press-JOINER!!. � .'''-;'ii.''^f^0;oTifERs. i.-':'.'^ i �rO;be!SOLD HYAUCTION,! IVpc. an<l.-;Printiiig jMatiirjalB, by ftlessrs.MUNN ai)(rCf!RTIS,,op ll|e Pieiiiiiuc, Newcaslle.streci. Strand, clay^ai Eleven .o'clock, Vj' direction of ilie ABiig6'ee)tt)r iMi^�iflWiHay'atf<J'TitiiJ(�ri''-- .:;! fc"!vii�f re�eated a sittiiUc t>eiiliPP, bat -we ' �<!i�.UB)iblet froM where. : "' -'- WSOLYENT DEBTORSt. ' '^'^ ' .On the motion^of' Lord AvcKiMFDi ibe Order of the Day fot :tbe: commitment oE the insolvent Debtors' Bill was dis> cbargeil, and enleivd for to-morrow.. The Earl of LA(;b.EaDAl.E moved that it .might be referred to theStaOding^imniittee drtheirtibrds)iii>sto bHog^ liii a BiiVfor regulating the nnrntractUte'ufcoYldfn dtid caHcO.' -A-greedvio. . ^. Tlie'gaVe notice that he would, on. Monday next, move the.second reading ;af. the Privately Sleiliiig in Simps 3i|l, the Capital Felonies Repeal'Bill, and the Capital Felonies Commnialion of 'Puni>hmenl Bill. He moved that their Loi-dahips should be summoned for that day.-Ordered. THE QUEEN. L6rd Dacre rosr and presented a Petition from her Majesty the Qoeen, complaining generally of the mode of proceeding idopied' with respect to her, and prsying^ that she might be heard by Counsel agnitistthe Bill now pending. Unacqauiiited sb h� wail' with the nature of the casie, he xhould for the present confine himself to moving, that the Petition be read. This motion being,..the clerk read her Majesty's Petition. It rompluined tbntAbe prayer of her Petition presented on the former eveniiig, had not been acceded to, and that Counsel.had not been permitted on her behalf to offer such Jtate-ments and facts to the House, as miglii have induced their Lordships to have suspended the present pro.ceediug altogether. Her Majesty aUi> complained, that, us slie understood, a list of the witnesses nho might be prodaced against, her would-not be furnished-to tier. Her iriajesiy, tlierefoie, thotight she could do noth'ibg more thaii solemnly to protest nfjainst the proceeding, wlij^li/"she thereby did, and she desired that lierCoiini^f might be permitted ,1o appear at the bar of.the'House and -urge her objection? to the e.d-tire meastitie. ,T)>.e Petition heins read. Lord OACREmpved that, the Coiinsel be called tiv The Lu|ib CuANCGi.LOfi suii!, that he never coiild consent that.Coausel should beiper^niited to appear at th^ir bar, and address themselves generally to ever^vtopic which they jnight think proper to conqec^V with the (iroceeding before their Lordships. .,.^^fie Petition did not explain the points to whitUitjfeas.the Queen's wish tliat her Counsel should^^tr hearcf,'it would thfrefure he, as he coh 1(ed u� towliat poiins it, wds their iuteq-tioii touddress the Boose. - An order^to^tbia-vfiect.being made^: Coqpsel were cuifediit.';-.' ,  �:' Mri 'Ikoii^hum aiid :Mr. Denmait .iinmedji^teiy .appeared 'itt: their full-driais, and advaticed to the '.' The L'onDCuANCElLOK addrfSH^dn tbein, and tiiid/hfl bad been cowmauded tiyjthejHoiMe.tOjttak aheni'ti|wii;*^hat�poiirt� they bitd intetidetl,: lbviid-- Cpnsprt of this realm, aiid utter m gjcoss, false, and malignant a. libel upon her character; for,, if it were a fabricitipiH so he xtiuldT not hetitate to desig^nate if. TI�'^i]getcoi>taiited'm tins Report went iniich beypnd.'wiiat. Vas. contained, in the ul.'ist strange, most anomalous, and mpst extraordiuary preamble of this most strange,' most anomalous, and. iiMst extraordinary Bill' wliTch be held-in his hand. Beyond the'.charges contained in the Bill there yet reii^iiied, liinch of dife i: wbich it niiigjit be thought xpedi (i^ Toveliigittion, 3'tbdiit iiiterr.uption pradjo^ptHimeii^, t(^^^^ these arg^� might utit rei^ nptiii hef^ 4V^^^^ne boar if ^8tfot�,.'mid-that^<the prOjixedip^. <it�otild ~ be iiiftiiediai<s in 'point of^'comnienceiB^. and con/i-nuoiit' in proceeding. The Learned tleman b^yinigconiclade^, ;;tbe Hoiu^iapsret^ tUtt (bottoset "^ai^ibnld:-withdraw."; . .- -~..... TThe Lmo CHAMcslEiCoit thaiT�^-a^^^ that ^tiadiMtieAitcii^oliain iN&Hi ^Im) 4ttist ibia -------.----Jeatirlhitihftilfeiifrt^ iu lacrdetiSi^ii itwA pwiiW^^^ it wt^^v^ro^! the |�rtictllM�.BHif�l^;Wa� w Isidbefcrre, tlfeii^ .lArdshtiMi::''' 'fi^.�tii�^teF�u{^ir�aolati line^oll- �rgum�n(�M:JltHi^te:{iiiiitnl than hi had at first' imagittedi'fiiriie wastww^ttfpreaistne that titis par. tiinilur' Rrlliivas-irrevocably adopted ; that this particular Bdl^ with alt iia'c1ana�i and'part�i was to be receitr'ed at eUbmbin^ their-Lordahips' full nnd aettted determination, God knnwa for hoar long a tim�! so'that be Wat not :onlj^ prohibited from B|ieaking^>word, not oiily'agaknt- the mode of proceeding by a legislative meimire, but even ngainst the particular liie&snre wliiclr-lmd been submitted to their approval. As tht� was the result of their Lordships' deliberate witdom� he was almost inclined to believe tliat tbit permission contained matter of greater indolgence than he could immediately discover. If, .were limited to addressing their Lordships upon the mode of proceeding on the pariicuiar BilUnow pending before them, fie must coii/ess that he knew not what to suggest. When a Bill hat been read a flnt ttiiiei he had not been instructed, nor was be minded himself to suggest any.other coiirse of proceeding than that the Bdl should proceed to the nest stagey the second readiiig, and to'onwards to a Committee. He knew.of qo fanciful new tnotte of legialaiion tfhich he could feel it to'be his duty to propose-he could suggest, no Secret Committee 1o be interposed be-tyreeo the first reading and the second ;. h.e should therefore., decline takiug any^ advantage of their Lordsliips' indulgence upon this point, and address himself to the second point of their Jastiitctions, naqiety, !4he question of time. Witlj ft^ard to tiiiie, thiirefot'e, he was coiiimanded by bis lilni^ tci^diCfieut to apprise the Htiuse>nF4:,ords, that i^Ws her MajettyS most'eafnest wisKthat nu delay wl^^ever ttSotdd beintJerposwIAetweeiiitbe cliai^e that 1^9 been urged against her'hofriiiii', ariM'^he hour. of 1&rtf dJileriftiatiOTr ^�;*a�'fieySii^ -patlAffi^llli^WajeilJlfl-^iuiS^ ' �KbiaItar ppa^sJK hiC/iBliijettyfa, ddn>iBsoniIJ:-B^ . �^---'�-*^--^^--^Be*;tf�i.:�hft.^Mw�*^^^^^ >t fbe ^/ms^mmi'ti^ ^'Heraiaa bound, fiir�ft�*i*fi ; iprecnmethat:.ll1i^^^int�.ii�[dybeea,:a(iMt ^ain^-ibf tbeir hiiiath^H'mtti it^^ c�tt.-r- leered. that pice "point.; oit&aSiiBiiar lajr^ :[ Tar.-the: comtniisieo. opjis. criiB^nai met. .iftS'^Siii?  ;a-King*t ahipat ietf:'fari!Wgbtvilie g^it^ .faitWi.^ dn�! nriihra (heoperatiim:�E.tixilicwg agj^uglanJl. -He tras niso. bonud'to.'^rMKliii^dlut t|�^^ord*btira ' haviogy fram^ilwir/eanstittttian, readjiu|?i;e�� to the opitretHw^nF .tflfryiwebiei< eachraeiit did^-t^ 4ie,'�ii -the Rretw^,i;tfe^4BUtiiii<�iffla;;i(:^ i<**^^ Meiit <�iifd^b�r4lii^<i(b^liVt�tt^^#^.�^^^ ^inciple of: bHrf!.tl^k dr'^^ik^^ jtistitQted in iOMii ^t(ii^t�hicfa th^ fai^ vrd^d;; Wudth'at tbe^-Mm^iia-iaMilvted for- #t vttj pnfpote, that the Bnbj�i^t.�h9�ld not ine tteprtveii .-nf jnatice, nor a criminal �icup� pnaishment. He was honnd tO: presume-- . idreii�theiHoostfs? fMiVlftr;BkoiJ�rt*M!onsweri^ . ^ jiad^wett ftifnUhfd jk^; nld'cbn*erittbat.:?9iiii^t sbdiild b int^ is',,were.ero^ , tipna ,(Kr',the,lJearned. Cpnnsil.^^^^^ ;Tbe House cnnid inst counted- the danger af iqiitcting an. injustice.- (Hear, hear.)-T'tfi Nobie!.,^iid^ Learned Lord on. the'VVooUack had!spokeii..o^^the'datiget th>tt might arise from establishing a'^itVeceileni.iit this case; bnt from tbia he thought'Lttoinepavenieiiceconld possibly arise, tit least hgtrusted (hat no occasion would thereafter-arise that wopld render (he application of any priiuiple nQw'.est^t>liMtedr neces r.LtV�BP(i9^ concurired in the opinion exfirested byhis.Nolfle; aiid Learned Prienit ou the VVoolsack^and mnjredthatrit beanjnstrttc-tiou to the Counsel forthe^Wwn.i^ only: to th&modeof proceedi^tg .njilPntthe: Bill, and to ihe time of proceeding. .-^ %7i ' , : Upqn (liisptiint som^IconvenHition arose, in which j the Lord Chahceirnri Lord Hollandt the Marquis of Lnnsdown,-EiWi Grosvenor* aitd <�arl Grey took a part, and Cfltd- Ltvertiool*is motion wa.i carrietl.' ' . _ ' Cbutisel being again .tailed in, . 'MnBrditghainaud Mr^.'UeiVman ad�a(�Cied to the'biiri -i .. i <  , < --^r '.....-li'; � .". .rriie Lord Chancb.Ltoit addretted. them,,and told theiatbatihe was coinmai)ded;<|iy-tli^ HoukC toiufortHiJtheip;.that: it[ Wft* ;ilwi|.|jBrjisbip8r.^^^^ mtind thiit the (Joiiiiset slioold  a^dretst'b^ ^olesly .to, the, tpftdepf proceediwg.pgOT ithe, Bill, and fa'ifi,:; **"- �'�iJ'''^"*"' no in enroll. , 9,ji?!W/?tUii�,^but,ljft:J^^ !, the farther proceedings might bjl^ nndenakeo tAis evening, or attheJorth'eiit to-mmrr^iit,- IWit wstim-IMsiiible to suppose that bi^rMajeatyfould rest fur one instant Under so graveachargVi without ditisiringi instantly if possible, to'repeltheaccusatiuii. A rumaur h^d reached'her Majesty's earsj foi^romaors wonldgo abroad, and under thepre^ent painful circumstances of her Majesty's condition it was natural that her ears should be readily open to every �onndthat<fobre aity relatioii to her case'; he, too, had'read'a siiiiilar statement, that her Majesty should receive the saine measui-e of justice, neither more or less, than If she had been the meanest and lowest subject in the land. Would to God her Majesty,, so far us the present proceedings were concerned, instead of beiiig the titighest, had indeed been the lowest-aud humblest of the liege subjects .of her couso^t the King ! Would to God she bad been the lowest of his: sfibjects, for then ahe had never appeared in the pre^it most extraordinary manner at their Lordships'bar ! She had never been made the subject of this most strange and most ano^alp'os proceeding. A Bill of Divorce the meanest subject in the land ! A' Bill ot Paiiis and Penalties against the meanest and lowest subject of the land !! Had she, indeed, been such, she had been fenced around by the triple barrier which the taws of England raise to shield the honour and diaracter, still dearer than the life and property of I the meanest and lowest subject. Her case had, in the first instance, been subijiitted to a Jury.o.f her countrymen, not composed, of the hired seryants of. the assailing party, and holding their service dviri^g' pleasure-not consisting of persons bound ^o th^t party by gratitude for' past favours, aiid influenced by the hopes of nthery. She would have been tried liy twelve honest,, conscientious, and impartial Englishmen, luperior to the'inHuence.oflear'or favour, at whose doors such influence may wait'foi^ ever without the pWibility of the slightest^portion pf it insinuating itself to afl'ect their ju^gine'iits. She would have' been tried by men who .'felt some ineirown wives uuu - - cautious how they lent themselves to gratify the passlonibr the prejudices of any one. Hejfntreaf- take U lor graiHcu mtiw had resolved to proceed b^ way of JBill,' had fully atcertained that there was no probatyljity or even liOtsjbility'of any impeachment being'preferred 6giiiiis'( her Majesty. Ha ^in* baniid to presume ^iit'they ttfould never'have placed tlieiiiselves in u sfi^atipn in which, as legislators;' they.,7h%'nld be eiiaoied to learii the 'ievldene'e up^ii ^ich� they inlgh^t" be tubse(}uentlir "rtquired';'"a* lodges, to detertnine. He wits'bpiiiid'to presntne; thafthey and miVtink thif Ihei^ wiui ni^atjtof high Kround that the actions alleged to;haT? bee-n cottr^ ^Vitjg's dp^fjpWHs, did it tljete^ The Lord CEtANtiBL,Loa- ermitted t6 a 'Counsel to proceed' in this mamier. Jf tde Houst; think proper, they may, of course, suffer such � line of argument to proceed, but if they do I ahslfj not sit opon the Woolsack."-fHenr, hear.) Mr.:Brougham resumed. He said; that lie experienced so great a difficnlty in fuljy uiiderstandDi^ the nature and import of their Lordships' iiisiiiJc-tiotis, that he possibly might snmelimes, eveo from his aitxiely to preserve himsell' within the line pre- , scribed, and in striving to ohcaio a purcluise to that eflecl, deviate unconsciously. He hml, .liuwevetj , endeavot roceediHg* in this case. -He would, however, bend in every inslance to their Lordships' opinions, for the Ho�k� of Lords was used to-be jost ; The Lord CHANCBtLOR-"Tlie Hoi^ii \* used to be ju�t,aud they gave you their instructions ih-jt they init;ht preserve tlutt character." Mr. Broogham then proceeded to argue, tirtt no inconvenience could possibly arise to any of Che parties concerned from speeding the case, with the ex--ception, perhaps, of her Majesty, who, indeed, ptof-periy speaking. Could alone be regarded ns a party. For it wonid ill become him to regard, their LorU-khips as a party, although he most confess ihat an order to the Ailoriiey-General to attend did aivour something of party. As he (Vlr. Brougham;] attejui-�d for the Queen, so was the Aitorney-Geueral tef attend for some one ; and as the Attprney-.Qenet�l.. . was the Law Officer of the Crown, he was iiidujCrit. to suspect that the Ministers of the.Crown were iht; parties on the opposite side. He then,comWenied.. warmly aud gener�lly upon the imiiossihility of the Minislets of the Crown, who were to be regatded as licensers, sitting among their LoTdsbips m.tth<: quality of Judges. The Bishop of exeter here rose, aind at hi* desire Counsel were ordered to withdraw. The Reverend Bishop,then saidi I-desire, my Lordts to know whether the line of argument now pursued by the Learned Counsel at the byr, is. cousi!<ieii� with the instructions given by yoor Lordships.^' Lord Holland-"This is the most estrapr* dinar? proceeding I ever witnessed^ The Leanjfd. Counsel in the commencement of his pleadiitg.. stated, that he was not fully possessed of what iht% import was of your Lordships' instructions, .lunt now the Reverend Prelate rites, and sulemaly-d$it�v your Lordships for your opinion. As the poii^t seems to be really of some dilBculty, I tiust that, the interruption will be attended with one advnn-< tage, and that the Learned Ptelate wilt give an exposition of the iiatnre of the instrafitiops, and minutely esamine'the Learned Counsel's argviotent. for the purpose of shewing us in whut the deviuifia consisted."-laugh. J ~ � The Lord Chancellor rose,, and there wa�:� general cry of ""'/'Ae Lord Chancellor . Learned Lord, with that gOod-hnmoared smite which so happily becomes him, only said, Ithiiik we had belter call in the Counsel.'' The Counsel being called iiw Mr. Brougham and Mr; Uenman advanced irt the bar, when Mr. Brougham again adverted to ttin point he had already urged. He obMrved,lhat Willi respect to her Majesty's accusers, whoever -they were, they coold not complain of being t^tc�nKbJr sotprise. He would take either of �wtf,cotJ^-%ioos-one, which he believed lobe 'tl�e fabr .one, that the Ministera of the Crown' vrtrer foHy prepared to substaniiaie their eharg^a;; nod the other, which he ' bslieved';. to be tftij tm* ,W?f� that every one of his M�jei�tjr'� WinislersikneW J>)? �tiole-charge,against her Miqetty to .be a fitajfand foul faiiiicatiot.. He felt that he.sbaold iafe pifdoii of thfelJjrfusefor usingexpresKons.sottroiigregard-iog an^^^liargps contained^ in a fltll,,which hadifp far reti^^'d theirELardship^- sanction as to be| tea.a a first tlejl^i. but his duty towards hia Clietit t'oui-pelled 5W&*to;say. thattheehflrgea jireferred.agaiust tier were falW f"ul> and-a�aligii!�nf. ..Upon'eijher,

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