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British Press (Newspaper) - July 8, 1820, London, Middlesex or,. !iiiio,.(i(| Number 5488. � i rf^RH RVENING, SAT-U^DaV. Jwlf !fif, TtfE PROVOKED'HUSBAND.- ,Miiii(len.>. L�i)y T'wnjv, M:T?wWrW�St;..l^,)y,Gp^a, M�ii ,*''g�;ri..ta'ly,,\yr(l\islie(n}t- Mr?, Hsclose-V Mis3,Jei|-nVj Mai' (hiiie Vfstris ' - j i ' ' lMva�i V.t?tt- 'i^rrij, Will lie-Bcted, the Couie'Sy of ^ wWw\< ted, the Comedy of ^ . THE clanDEh TINE M^AIHITaOE.' , , *i Corfnoi', Soi^,'MC Fgerlou, Don Firolo <V!bi i<'i\Ti<.X,iBfoiii'rKFilbanUii^ Jtrs^iGiiibs.--. ;ToiConcJi)fl;e_.w)Mi a��aiid^.9ea.;FJg^t,;8itd 1tb� De^truclittU: ofjbeSiiaai&lKArmailni. I 1. . :. On Monday, f^en^i Qiiatre, ivilli Aladdin,, or The Won-.terf.lt lliOR / J.V. ./ . � TPE;{fuU!ic 8re,?nciUijpeSp,t!<:tfull�.iii)brine<J ttjat THISTHEiVTRIJ wilj O^M. oi' MpNPAY IJgXt, be lOtii iual. witli inc* Occa'sionsi'AiliJreea, (6 bV spoken ijy,MKi!&i%,^lsAflet.wJiich, the Comedycalled ..... * THE GREEN MAN. - VViib a be'V^lliircrf, tntill^d O'lt AND.yiNEGAR. � ' * * tocoiicfiiHa wilb TtfE'ROMP.' � � � ' Boxes, -59-Pit, as^Eirat-Gallery, Stai-r^ecoud Gallery, Is. , Tlie DoorB to be o�)ened at Six o'Clocfc, and (be Perfurm-ance I" bejiii Kt SeVftf,  - '  ' Places fur lUe Buxes to be taken of Mr. Massiugbam, at Tbe'Tlirairfe..' ; Y.::^ .'i i .-A'-!.''1 _ THEATRE-ROYAL. -BNGLtSH OPERA-HODSE, rr^HfS^ EVENING, S'ATURDA^y, July 8, M. will be performed, IKeTomic Operetta called .'..'THE.B^i.L'nS.iiEAp. Cnplaiii Liivel, Mr. VVrencb ; Scamper, Mr. W. S. Chat-"rerley V OeilSriiVCoii^eB/, M"r. Grbvie; Jereiiiiih Brag, i Mr. \V5'tfciiiso(|i:< JJlra* VVortbyi Mrs. Gfore.jiJiiUa,'Miss Love;. ' , After ��J?^JI8.i^|^||^^^^ m �IW ' Or.^FRdLI'CS IN'BA^SDAc;- : � Bawa <jf Bag4!id�|Mr.:Rq<!'botfa?ni j ,Cro,8�.I^,,.Mr.Wi\-' _ . . �r , ^.------..... cruriip-y, Rfr. Hwl: To:rourUi(Is! with tbe^Grsiid^erlpiiB,Ballet calTed THE DtATH OI^'dAPtAlN'CtJbK. ' &iplaHr eook'j'�Mr.'X- ,;.:Lw""'laiinnt of JJIajjheaj.Mf. X,(i,dge ; goatsw.iin, Mr, VViikiiisoii; .Terrceobob (King of'OWy-bee), Mr. Rqw. ' T>orYii>)i;'KftVaS.^Nliss i:8K0ihsbii.'' � -� ' ' ' " ' ' - ,t� ftti ItfrtitadmtrediTrlp.'fCbingCbitQuaWi" byM.�lss� Llvc,.!^�!i^s AVor-stmaii, aiidrMr. VA'ilkiuson. TbejtpSi^iyiisjSaloon has been.agarn tastefully fitted up w'itb^'it iiet# de)(^�,.'represet\tiWff a r-iiis Most Ejicclieiit -MAJ ESIY, . � '"^ tWEsintfitr; � Hlft Giace tlie Bnke'of JSORTHUMBERLANJ). VICE^PRESIPENTS 'the Rieht fton. Sir Arcbi- '� bold Macdonialli,: Bart. . The Right Hon,. JLord Col- criesier,' I ' The KiRht Hoh. Lord Vis- ,count Sidmoutb, The Hon. PliiiipPtisey. ' ' Ti-easVtrer-George; Aiist; EsiijV . nnOMOK-row morning, Sand�y, the The Ri�bt'Hon.George Jbiin, ' � Earl SpcnceiV ' - ' ' ' ' The RigUt.H0u.R0bsrtj.E9rl Grosveiuir, TheUiaM' UononrAbte :Lo�* L .-9lb: ^ylv, a.,SJSRM,0)y ,wij| be PREACHiEp at St. Margiufi's Cliiircli, \VestminSter, for the BENE^Il.' of aV 'Vj Mi.iMBter,of Sontb :L?5abelb Caapet.Lcc tnicr ot'.Stj'Jolni.^ the Evanj;elistj Westjiniiister, and of St. I'iilast' Fiislori Liiiidoni and~Chapib'i'n'to'Earr Harctturt. � -.�.:Praytft9 I'o,;begin:at,Elpvejio'Gtacfe., . ,, . The A.Ni;�lVEE}SARY DINNER will. be held on FRI "DAt," July 14', at the Tbalcfild'House Tkmni, St'.j'am'e's's-sireei.' ; .: � ; , . ......, SI^>l{,ARps: 'Thomas Parker, Esq. William Monkhouse, ?fqi Ipiobii Taylor, Esq., ' Williaini Evaus, Esq. .SirOrorgeSbiffner; \Vrii. eiiHwHslit',' Esq.- i)f...B>.>VUl.l^, j'.!.;; |, Davi.l Green, Efq. . Mr. thmriai WiiliSm Peno, Ticketsklfis. -eacb,i t0> be bad of the jHreaaurer^Georee A,��lvE�q Kcusjn^loo,; o? tjie Stewards, at the Hospital; aiid of Ibe S.ffela'ry, for which "Oejitleinen are'requfest'ed'io apjilS'oii;'pr-lK>f�J�Hbe lltbday-�^^ Juiy,i!lliat Diiiner lUay bs provided, ac(:ojrfling!y. ' Diniier 1411 "tii'bfe'.at cisefyi''' .^''t Jp^N DABIIEL, Secretftr^ ^^n^.IUcpivers 'ive (i'CiocIi' furHaiCpast Five prei . ; Little .Co.ll^i^e-Btreel, VVestmiiister, STATET OF T;H:En'HJ5EL,J , , . 1 ..Prizes of...�30,000....are.".,.�120,000 4....,.;....,'.;..'i,d6n-.v.,;;';;;^^;' *4;oO(j-' ; =- ' 1........500vi.iiii..i.i:<i;.-giaOO^ . ......400,......1:,606 / 4S............�200&;30p.'..'..;...^... to;200 . 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Hisl ftM()c4ijec�iou to the IJill. \yas to tlie clause'.t-sniijeliiiig the iiisplvetit -dttblor, at the de- ,�lf�.of aoy one erediter, alter a cwtum pedod of itn- ' prisoiiOMjiitk (u aeU:Hiid di^lio.se ot Ins properiy, and if'he d>d not do that to the aatisfu'utiou <il the , Cpurt^.UiaL he'shauld tiotbe entitled tu Ihe henetit of the Aot. /Tills he conceived to he oppressive, and contrary to thi: inleiition.oi the Legislature-10 relieve .ipsolveut dicbtor.s'^ii it went to ihHict perpe- .(ual ii^txrispjiment. j He would; iheiefore move that thm clause should be expunged I'roui the Bill. The next amendment hehsjd to propoae was a clause to r(;li'eve4 n-temptof the. Court of .Chai>cery., but understanding itfflnsiutsnded (0 beoppo.sed, he woulr) not press, it at present^ The ntytt awii^udtnent he woulil propose, wa.s pite phi^h wag l(titdly called fur by creditors-that cjebtQrp ^kiit|[ the beiiefit of the Act sliould not be e,n(ille4 to the libertiet! of the rules of the pnwin, wjiiph . g^Ve ihent an jopportunily of ."qnaiidering the ctejiilo|-�* pr.operty-,._ .He would also propose (but liter;: should b^.ihlreeCofpjniitsioners to preside in the lu&ulveuts' .Cpurt iBslead, of.oiie; aud in- . st.e!i4 of a debtor, toeing itnprisOned for three montlis bli;fare he coul.d petition the Court for rflief, he wov^ propo^ that he niigh^ do iulmeiliately , after.:his ^ri^^st;. ar;d - that he sho.i^ld . he eiiUiled to . (he benefit of thje Act iia soon as possiblg, if lie pan-fotmed with' th^.plher...provisions of the Act, which .woykld prevent thewnsiiiig of. his property by lying. . ijV. Ijrisou...> I/i.tbese.-auiendnjeois. were ag.teed"to, .he ,^ou.UI;call their ^pis' bttenllbn to the stilyect . again .ill.the le Lord to the right of petitioning on arre.<t, if that was. (jiissed into a law the property of the delunr would be. itiimediately vetted in lii.s assignee, who -might sell it forthwith, by wh'rch means the Baiik-rup.t Laws would be evaded, aud those entitled 10 them would be deprived of their rights. He would have no objection to the amendment if it was so wucded as not to interfere vvith the Bankrupt Laws. Lord Auckland explained. Tbe.Binendmeiits were agreed to. Tlw House resumed, and tin; Chairman repoftedi The Bill, with the aiueudments, was ordered lo he repninted', and to be recommitted on a future dayii The Inland Coals Bill, tbe Exchequer'Bills B;ill (Ireland), and Yeomanry Bill (Ireland), were committed, and the Reports ordered to bereceived to-morrow,-Adjourned. ' HOCSE OF CO.MMONS, Frida-y, July?. The Speaker took the chair at four o'clock, Mr, WiLMjPT, iu .presenting a private Petition, took the opportunity of .staling an injury which he h-id suffered from ifie editors of newspapers, which lie had intended to have iritrbducrd to the Hpuse as a. brea6b. of privilege. In the debate on the BUI for regulating the press in the last Par-liamrnt, the Hon. Member for Corfe Castle, made someob-seivationson Hie eiiects of educating tbe poor. In com-.menliqg. on. those obi-eryalioas, be bad been made by ihe ne.wsj^ap'ep to say, that he entirely obje'qled to educating t/ie poor; whereas, he bad always been a frleiid to that ob-jec't, 4nd-bia rSfparfc bad-only gone lo the extent.to which that education was. carried,. The report' had given blip a .great deal of troubje'^t the last election. He.Had no doubt that.tlie mistake;was withpiit intcptionpf injury, and iioju'd thpt jt Wo.uld, be explained as publicly as it bad bi'eii.cuin-mitied^ - � � ' A Pelilioo was presented from Ibe shopkeepers of Wolver-bnriplon'against Ihfei licenses :of travelling auctioneers. -. Mr,.Lamb broiigbt.up; lb? Report .ofthe Committee on ,tbejCbesl�' Elqrlipn^wWcb. (leclared that T.,Grosvenor, Esq. .bad been duly elccicd.." 1' - ' Sil- SiJOTT obtained leave, to bringiU'S 'Bill ,to reimove -doUbti arid'i-eriiedy'de'fejti with respect Ip. crimes-cominit-'(ed'btf'tbe-blgU'B'eas.-; , � ''A- .ili^ljj)p�;MiiiiTiA. .; .;. ...;Tbe .Ifoasf :r,esbi.vyd .itself iuto: a Coriimillee 'bn this l^ill. TheiReportwas priiered'to be'i-eceiyeil'on Monday '"Sil-ScOTtbtotfglil'in'his Rill to remove ,donbl� re- Sptctliig, the.ih�<siforl'off�iceji(Oij.tLejeaa;-Read a first ,tinM',;i.lb^belrfiailji seiiqiiiiJipn.^IoiidaVinext. ' o......i!.. K;, irf.:..! S time and ^/jyig,4.iqepylftjLijuneiJ^ll:^w^^ i:e�<l SJhird lim *'''TL^SuwrJofet1^'titir�r^^^ a'thifd timi time and -;Tfie'Goffiii-fiHljra�iires(iii,third limeaniipaised. The'Assessell Taxes Cpmp6sit;ob B)II-. was read a second time; lobe commiried'Pn Monday next'. The Report of tbe-SmngglingPrevenllori Bill was bi'tinglit tbe Bill to be read a Ibicd tiW ro-niorruw. , '.The Report of :ttei.Sp.piled Stamp's Bill was ordrn-d'to I;,-^ceiyed.this .day six mopths. _ . Tbe Tubacco.]|iiipbrIation Bill was rea'd a second .time ; 'oi'de'red to be cbnitnitlVd. ,; , . The Appropriation Bill was read a secon''d lime; lo :. combaiiied (p^diorrdwi, ' . TIte Repp/t of the Post Hpr�e Dutiea ^ill was \itm^'^\^\ op ; to bs tead.at.bir.d lime on Monday. The Report of.the Welsh Fines Bill was brought up; 1 lie read a third' liine on Monday next. ^ Mr'. t'oCKBAliT brbnjsbt up a Petition from a Mr. W,-ijli(. allorneyof the King's Bench, compkiiniBg of the ri-Birirtf';.i of Ibe practice of Ihe.Cburt of Exchequer, and the nlj.i^-. |u which such reslriction le^ds-such as Ihe heavy com,- : . cljetjts, and the ficllily .which Ibe attorneys of that C'^iiii had for defraUdin'g'Ilie revenue with respect (o slaoip iliili<.. Tber'e Vvi's ariollrtf Pflition, signed by 100 respi-rin'jl. allorucy9,to"lIie.'i^e effect. They jirayed.thil tin; Gmot ^j^igbf :be thriiWii �ipe|j i(aKtb< fif<8iSiv.-?r<^ 1, ,pi:iuie3. Xbe Deceased MarineW Relatives Bill was read a %ecM\y\ lime.-T(i be committed ob Monday next. Sir J. MAtJtiNTOSft presented-a Petition from Mr. ,\. Tillocli, compaining of having presented, iu 1796, a [ila.i Id the Bank of England,'for preventing the forgci-y uC t!:'ir notes. Ill 1818,,being induced by the House of Piirlinm.^ii'. ti) adupt some plan for lendering.fbrgery moie 'liflir.rilr, |I,<-Bank bad adopted the plan of the' Petitioner, fur wlu, \\ he prayed that be might receive eompensalion. The Pctiiiou was ordered to be printed. MARRIAGE OF DISSENTERS. Mr. W. Smith bad given an indefinite nolice of a mol; 111 lo bring in a Bill to remove ceilain disabilities unicii Marriage Act imposed on certain classes of Dissenier<;. f''1 -rumstances had lately so interrupted the coui-ec of pii!j;i'. biisiiiess, that he felt it necessary to defer his rriolion i .! next Se.'isiou. - .Mr. H G BENNETt was in the same situation �iih i-p,',! to a moliuii ou Places and Pensions. It was asulij . there were no returns. He moved that they should fje r'.r. turned t'urlbwilh, together with an account of iho Kxipnn issued Lenveen the Ist of January and the Ist of June, 132.'). -Ordrrt',1. The I'linipikes Regulation Bill was read a second lime.- Ordered to be committed on Monday next. The County Bates Bill was read a second lime.-To hi-cominilled ihis day month, Ilii liile .Miijesty's Servants' Pension Bill *as bron I:: and rcittl a first time; lo be read a second time Io-m,,rr ly pleiised to give direcliuiis i'.jr trie postponement of the coroiiaticin, tiiiiil ilie u.-<;-ceediiigs i.'islituted iigniiist her iMajesly sIimII ;:.r;-teriuiiiateil. Lord CaSTLEReagh said, that perhaps th" [{);). Mernljer would see no occasion for his motirju, h.i there were tircumstances which would prevent ih" coroiitt-ion from taking place on l!ie day a])p.i!iit!-(l ; irtd in the mean time the prucee(ling t th'-' Queen would he carried on with as liltlt- deluy'.V'* liie lull and fair administration of justice v/ouifl admit, Mr. Beaumont made some additional rem irk-, which was not distinctly heard in the g-dllery, i.i replying to wliich. Lord CAsri.EREAGH begged that it"*mij^!it" h^-distinctly understood, that the coronation v.as iiot lo be deferred by any means on account uf ti.e pro-ceediiit;3 which were instituted against bis Royal Highness from the Droits of the Adniiialty, lu any other funds at tbe disposal of tbe Ciowu, Lord CastleREAGU expressed his unwiHir.giiess to agree to the motion. Mr. HusKlssoN thought thut in moving for papers. Members ouijht to have iioroe practic.il object 1% view. The Hmiourable Mover had oflered none, and had besides acknowledged, that lie did not think the allowances lo his Koyul Hi^ihtiess at all too much for to recompense the high duties he -hud to perform. The different items were already before the House, and might be seen by searciiing for them. Mr. N.Calvert (as we understood) did not approve of calling for the papers. Mr. Hume said, that he had an ultiniiite otiject in view, wliit>h he would have explained on the production of the'papers, Tlie House was abpiit to divide, but Mr. Hume withdrew his iribtion. The Speake* informed (he ttouae) (hit pursuant to: their order, he had issued'a warrant &r .taking into custody Sir W. Manners ttti.d Wiriiani Aiamruiig Jaivii, who had be<u g.uiUy of .gioss

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