British Press, July 8, 1820

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July 08, 1820

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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�iV.t?tt- 'i^rrij, Will lie-Bcted, the Couie'Sy of ^ wWw\Corfnoi', Soi^,'MC Fgerlou, Don Firolo i,;.: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:^y'!',ii�.>.ni�v"f.�^. i.....� .f OPULAft VPyAeE,AjiP-'nRiVEU5rl[JS, EUROPgii,�qre nuWisIied, one thick Voluqtji, I2oio.,witlt ' ' ThlrteJ-n View*, price boards. 'fiO!�ULAe� TRAVELS m.d VOYAGES rJTi I (hfoiiehfiytHl^teiCobtifieiitMd Uteiids^r ,m which l}le)GeA^rapby^:.Cluiracler, Ouslomsi .'aiid^Muiifiers .nfjNalL9iii-�ciples. > � � � - " By; Mr?; -JAMIESON (late-MisR TflbHle); !-  .panicd with the. Chronological and Qenpal9g)ca| Tallies of the VitiCotb and Spapish Princes and Caliphs, and a List of the contemporary Sovereigns at the end of.eacb Reiipi; also, the Political Arrangeineuls of Europe,asseWledatibeTreaty of Paris, \*itb Notes. 19mo. price 8s. fid.:hoacdsi. : . . .: ESTABLISHED FRENCH SCHoOb ROOKS, Published by tS.'kndW. B-VVdlTTAiCER, 13, Ave I, . ;^ :! rMaria^lane.' � I � -' ' I. �pLEMENTS t)f FUERGH CONVER- , ,$A;T!IPN,; ,�^ith, Faipiltar uiid Easy Dialogues, eadi .preceded bv a suitable'Vocabulary, in Freuiriefiectuat, biit.bya.CuurBO of Remedies.-'MirjPUFOURiSnrgeontolbe Darauian.Dispea-8a;ry.:for- theiCure:�f'sStrictures, and. sole Proprieturv au'd Vender of 'Oavaa's^SIedicated'iBougieHji. having, .during -a course of iipwards-uf 27 yeare of extensive, practice .'ill Cases of Strrce/Kf'>%!i!ffC*>ii9V^i>>g A'lteata.fio.n.isse|e|iifid.froijn .a great ,ni�fflb?r^,So�.'(9i>W�l: io, bis .^reatise. ,qu, ijie. ;R'aiij'cat �Ctir^,i�>(^jBuj)tuj;et--ig pf, ,tbe, jjourjii��(',i' Gosling. -bead. William Wyalt, William Bi-o^rtley.'" ; :jtept^ii �ale. M Ib^r^rtieiwaliiillj WefWkltoiug tbfe G^ii oers-sireel, Oxford-Btttct. ^'biada^' ^u'^u6l)ib^^.^^>^^^^ Mtoialnre p^lbled by IsttiVvrf-ifrt^etSs tn^Pttr^;'. / sorfaj%(HSer1ia*H�l*nl!fri)fHfe'E*PBHpoJeonil�t StiOiq]oii;lsat>M!)puIib|ibed .wnhj,lhe atjjctpt fl(leli,ty, a;)d,tliy,Or}gtottl 1^ ^epoiUed vit^ ((b^iPob- HISTORICAL' DOrirtl�NTS^ ami REFIlECTI&NS lOrt Uiei.f |^oll��jd�, H T is.8.vo.^,1|^ jl^ trtft ^ �}�EVV SERI&S of 1. ^AT.EjCI mi i1iPiteitaT�ipa:is?is,i^ifab.' l��day,'iiir�e.Bd.{i!lehi?�'-rj- uf l.SM' of ..ilij; HrS TORY �f ,RR4NCE,yo lb??R?8toi:atio:n:pf l^ih. XVIUfl-.2, Ilistcu-v. or.Soifland, rr^lantj, and ��>fa,.to Jlieipre. spcclive-tfjiiuu with �ii'gland^3: History of. Romc-ri "Hislory bf Gre!ece^5.'liii^fsb'GiammUr-6(. Bibiirapbv- -t^J'^Chrdoolocj' an.d '-R^mKrkable Ocril-rrelScerf-^'.' ChemistVy ai{SacredTruutb8. ' yV�j[/(�,,Bu8Ite*ri?itite(the;;!firir^^^^ of Dr. MavprTs Catechisma.oi) ,(|lie^^I,smd;,in|ppr(a�lt,$ubjects ih^re b^e'q sev^er^l imitajIpiiB pf ilic^gener^^rp^ an>aa insidious atfempt :lo foist; 'pGT, uuder Ibis. dis. gnise,, works. wbii:b, .in Jipnie cases, . aria ineilher sound, in princi'ijles, nor, correct iii point of facts. -They refrain, how- - ever, from eh'laVgiiij^piV ibis'subject; aiid drily respectfiiljy request,' lhait Pareif'tS aiidTiachei's will gi*e' that preferen'iie i.which ; they may f�e.LibI>e:VlDe-io tbe-i�anclionsi0.f,a real .name,; ,or, at Irosl,. that they |rill exainine aud compare be-, fore liiey decide. '. j Loiidoii i Prinled.^far'-iLackington. i)iid. C. Finsbpry- square ; Baldwin a^od.jbpi Paieriio,^ter;r()wand Tybitt^kers, Ave'lVlaria.'laile. ' '  ' SCIENTIFIC'B$ilatii�,'Ptieupvatic:i,. Optica,' Aiagaetism,'. 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Letters designed as Ei�imp)e8. of.'tbe Epistolary; Stylei'for Children of.both S.exeni By Alts? Aikin.; .Second.. EiiifiUUji.lSiDOi.balf. bp(tnii,f2s. 6d. ;, , , , ,..',;,,.,': .' = . JlfilSf RY'iS .0:A LjJ IN'E:MiM'A^N'fiSlA"''.W�l)(ice�and;.oHteriMemb�ft�f jibe.flp3>*P.:lhfJ'-MeipblBraiof the Ho.usft-of Com- mptWj.jUjyuglU (�jf-.the; St;;JtoJjn'ji.^e,*fqwi;aja-i!t gilj, ihe 'Colonial Audit:^iU,-Police iActj.Coiitiiiiittiice Jjill, Cpiirt "b^fcliatfcery'firel/itid)'Bill, iiid iBeXott'erv'Bill, wfiich were sevifiiliyr^d a 1ir?SPLT�^T PE310RS. , , iQu,tllpjnpttoii^/:Lqrt) AucKl.ANi>t the Jn,eiittlteufi(Mi ol' their LordshifW loii-j wttli -the^ameudineiUa lie ;l)nd tojuopoire y and if iliey W�re;iJge6ed.'Ui,rhe w�4iiid.n>ove't|ta,t;tli� Bill sbotild -be'rHpriiilt! (he .'lurtber qoti^iderdtiuii post- . ppiied, . 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^ ot Ins properiy, and if'he d>d not do that to the aatisfu'utiou 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.thele Lord to the right of petitioning on arre.fif. 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,,rrly pleiised to give direcliuiis i'.jr trie postponement of the coroiiaticin, tiiiiil ilie u.-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 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 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