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   British Press (Newspaper) - July 11, 1820, London, Middlesex                                rflHIS, E V E.N I NGv ^TttE^n A y.       , 11,! JL     will be perrnrmed MbC�in'i> popular 0|>^�r DON jGipyAJS^t       ; I of the First Art o'faTpnrlfe'Biverlwerilriil'.,      j thedpm thtfayourjft/.Ballttof^I.y^'O^B. " , � After the i THE- LAST' SEAStlN OF tAW-COMPaIjY'S VERJ KOIIMIKG AT^TBIS THEATRE/: !  n np�r. Occasional AcMrens tVlll be spcj'krn tiy Mr.' Terry, aft^ir wlilcb wtll be pcrrurmcfcl a CuiQedy, iu five : ; , THE WILL. Sir Solomon Cynic, Mr.Terry; Mandcville, lAr; Ynuo^W-j l^ojirAr^, M r. Cmihor-; Wrilas, 5Ir.^Barnard; Jlealiie, Mr J ^Vitnaiiis. Albiiia Mandfi-ille, Mra, Macdyn.(frupi. tlie Tbeiitre Roy^l, Drary-lane.- her fir�t appearance on Ihin SM'ge)i ^^^s,.R^g^d. Mm. Green (Inim Uie Thentf-e RoVal^' ii lon); Cicely Cupiley, Miss Leigh; Deboruli/ Mrs. '�KcndjII, .        � /tfler irliicb, the Mnsical Enlrrlainnient uf       ' i ,y. LOCK ANU KEY. IVojlii^apgm, Wr^VViHiaoii!; Cheerly, Mr.CQiner (fri/m Jfry^      ... jTJie'0doris;to lie ^>ened at Six o'clock, aud the Perfarm-a\ice'to'bej;rtV.�,(Si-i'en. ' Places tor iiie Boxes to be taken of Mr. Alassingliam, at VbeTbcalrti; ' �=   '    ' ' '.   � To^norrp>�, The Belle's Slralagcm, �ril|i Oil and VioeKar. '   THEATRE-ROYAL,, fiNGLlfe^ OPERA-HOUSE,   : STRAND, . ' rlTHlS  EVENING, ttJESDAY. July 11. nrill be performed, lOtb lime, an entirely new ^omit Nicks, air. Salter^ Mrs. Markham, Mrs. W.S. Cballerlry; Caroline, Miss Carew\; Cicely, Miss Kelly.- Aftcr-whicb, tbe Comic 0|terella called IS HE JEALOUS? Mr. Bi'lhiOTir, Mr*. Wrench.    Harriet, Miss Kelly ; Mrs. P, IniiMK, Mrs. ,W. .S. Cliatlerley; Rose, Hisfe I. SleVeusoii. � Tv) h1iicI� will be added, an altered MuiicAl Piece, in two acts, called THE HUNCHBACK; Or, PROLICS IN BAGpAD. n�<:ca of B.-iedad, Mr. Kuwbulham ; Cruss-lr^;, Mr. Wil-kius.ii.; Zebede, Mr. W. S. Chatterley; Crumpy, Mr. Har-. Iiy; Alexis, Mr. Broadhursl; Dr. Qiiiuqiilua, Mr. T. P. r�i'kr.   Dora, Miss Luve; Juggy, Miss 1. Stevenson. I'tiu.-spacions Salqoii has been a'^ain tastefitlly'.titted U|i Willi a.ocw deniitn, representing an Illuminated Oriental 'Garden, and will be opened as usual at Eight o'clock, for tlx' adiniilauce of the Second Price, which commeuces at Nine. Tii-morron', The Blind Boy-i-The Huucliback--and The Bntth of Captain Cook. K. T. COOKE respecifulJy aniionntief that ___his CONCERT, will lake place at the Argyll Rnnm.. THl? PAV. TUESDAY, the Illh of July. . 1*111 ipnl Singers-Miss" M. Tree; � Miss Piivey, and Mrs. .il'miin (Pupils of Mr. T. Cooke), and Miss Niilclc. Mr. Be-yif?;, Mr. TerTail,- Mr. T.. Cotike,'Mr. Belhmvi Mi-. � AVitsh, Mr. Mnlliuex, Mr, O'Callaehan, and S.isnor Naldi--lliirp, MisB.Sbarpe-Flule, Mr. Nirhuisun-Pinno Fiirle, iM-. ster street, Manchester-square ; at the -Argyll.Rooms, ail.I principal Music Simps. N B.-TIckela issued for the 10th of June will be ad-uiiUtd. 4 SPECJJiL'COURt fif PIJOPRIETGRS �ill bS held mi THURSPAY, the 30lli inslanU ^1 Twelve o Clufk precisely, for the purpose of lakinR iiiio f1Ur^r..i�lhler8ril�� Ibe'Rtpirlofihe Board of Martaaemeiit , of-the Sthr inaaeli       KOBERTSTEVF.Ng, Hon. **�<; X)pereitai called THE PROMISSORY NOTE. ...... Mr Markiism. Mr. W.iyucb;^Mt^'ScaMMiw .'JVa�ui�il'{^�fel<^      jto. 34, Gerrard-slieel, Suhu.sqnare ;   Me�rS. CROUCH.END SCHOOL will OPE^, * nsual, uiir Ibr 3Mh inttimt, utider the direction of Mr.GRANT. . ..    : . ..Cards iir,Ternu may be ablaiii�d from ;Mrssts^het-Wo^Kl and "Cii. Patvnwwlerirnr; of w^um atsb, and of Messrs. Lonifinau and COr-ma'y he hud,   ' 1'./A GRAM MA Rot-the ENGLISH LANGUAGE.  Bjr J.Gtniii, A.M.  Frice0#..bllnnri.l-..�    . . :Alsn, by the anmr, �. An ABRI DqM ?NT -,1 the GRAMMAR.  Price Is. �. A KEYlolti'e EXERCISEiSiu llie GRAMM Atl, with Eiij^lanali.mit.   Kic'cS*. INSTITUTES of LATIN tSRAMMAR. Iu ot���o, -^ieel\^s. ?d boards;      ,    .      . FOR tHE GROttTll OF THE HAIR, I' I^ecotntiiended by the'late Dr. Vlunter and dlber'eminent Physicians. ,     -DSON'/AlSiD COMPANY rHa|M;�trrtHjr i'lrfitiW^bl; Public, that tnTinirJia B; aiidtUnhHott^iii :cuipnii;tj|cd .!}it.i'h  the �naniel, fasten such as arai louse, and keep such as are decayed from becoming worse. Tliey likewise render the breath delicately sweet, prevent the Tooth-Ache, perfectly cure the Scurvy iu the Gums, and make them grow Arm and close to the Teeth.-The Essence is pnrlicularly recommended to Parents and Peisiius who have the care of Childi-en as the greatest pirseivalive of young and lender .Teeth. Koiie are |;cnuine bnt what have tha words, " J. Hemct, Bayley and Blew, Cockspur-strcet," engraved in the Stamp.   Price 2s. 9d each. BAVLEY's TRUE ESSF.NTIAL SALT of LEMONS, ' fur laking'liilt .4;mls and Stains out of Lace.and JUiuCU. TIm. filloh�e"i�eigwd''>W.Biivley'' da the Box and Wrapper. Also his SCOURING DliOPS, for taking Grease out of Silk, Sluff, Woollen Cloth, &c. price Is. each. VERITABLE PO.MMADE DIVINE, price 3�. 6d. the glass. Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by Buyley and Blew, Perfumers, Cockspur-fttreet, London. i^O MORROW MORNING, at Ten o'Clock, LOTTERY DRAWS, and All 10 Prizes of....  �300 &c. &c.. Money aud Cot-J sulf, must be drawn. All 4 Prizes of,.      30,000 All 4 Prizes of----     1,000 .All 4 Prizes of.... SOO All 4 Prizes of....       400 LOTTERY FINISHES TO MORROW. Warranted undrawn Tickets and Shares are on Sale at the oht Established and Fortuuate OIBces of J.and J. SIVE-WRIGHT, No. 37, Cornhill; 11, Holhorn; 38, H.iymar-kei; iiiid 141, Oxford-Street; where the fullowiug Capitals Wire s..Id and Shared in tbe present Lottery:- No. 9,814, a Prize of...............�20,000 12,313, a Prize ofv.............   10,000 And Three other Capital Prizes. IMPERIAL PAliLLimENT. r HEN O'CLOCK TO-MORROW MORN-ING, audxALL MUST BE DRAWN. �120,000 in   4 Prizes of____�30,000 4,1)00 in   4 Prizes of...... l,00u 2,000 in   4 Prizes of......    300 1,600 io   4 Prizes of......    400 3,000 in 10 Prizes .f......    300 7,200 in 36 Prizes of......    200 Money and Consols, Tickets and Sliares may be purchased THIS DAI'. The Lottery finishes TO-MORROW, CAKROLL, Contractor, TO, iCbrnKill, and 28, Oxfoi-d-streef, Londun, where VVar-yatiled tJn'drav/n Tickets and Shares are Selling; also at all bia-Agents in the Country. CARROLL Shared and Sold,in the last few Months- 2.387 ........�^0,000 706 ,.......   2t,000 1.345 ........   2i),000 7,003 2,226 1,644 � 5,000 2,000 1,2�0 And four CAPITALS on the First Day of the present Lottery. To Mrs. Johnson, Proprietor of THE J^.MERICAN SOOTHING SYRUP, No. "94, Newrnan-street, Oxfurd-street, London. Madam-llaviiiir f xpTienfed the blessed eifetis of your Symp iin Two of my Children, I beg' virti to icsertthe case of One, on whom It bad the most ex. ira.ydinary effects. My child,- who is |.wo years iiml a half .,lii, has been sutferlng under eve.y :ii.eeies of cleDiliIy ever .siuce ;t was six muUlhs old, owiiiir in ihe extreme dilTjrhlly of cult.'llg her teeth, so iniicli so, tlmt a lofal waste of flesli ;u)d diBtoTtioii c.f the joints, rendered the child incapable of liciog moved withnni a pillow, nt the sanietime having irons ob Iter legs 19 prevent their getting more distorted ; whrii,. jliracted liy Providence, I was recuninienifed to apply loVou .tor .the Syrop,'wliicli, after iisliig two or three days,'iny xihiUl njipeared to rcceiVe fresh life and utrength; and how. pver sfc<{ii!ar it 'may appear, afler using ouly One Bbtlle of the �Sy^up, 1 was enabled to tal;e Ihe irons from her leg*, nod shortly afler. sjie became jierfrclly restored.. Every in-<|uiry as to tbe truth of the above will bs cheeifully aiiewer-id b'v yonriaosi obedient .Servant, No.6,eroB?n.conri,Vi(ket(.^lrtef,'     ' P. SEAGRR. Temple" Bar, May 4, 1820. To.be'bad of'the Proprietors, Johnson amIVVilliiimti,: 94, Newman.8treet.-,i aiidj by their appoiiitm�-nt, of all, the Me-tlicine Veiidersiiu Town ami. Country, at 2�. 9d. per.Bollle."' K.B.-rMrs it Ihe Monopoly of the Water Cuuipauics, and praying fur relief. -Laid on tbe table. INSOLVENT DF.RTORS- BILL. Lord Auckland presented two Petitions from two individuals confined in While Cruss-streel prisoti, praying that the Bill fur relievingr Insolvent Debtors might take cugni-�z.ince of their'cases-Laid oil the table. � Sir James Graham, and other Members of the House of Commons, brought op Ihe New Street .Aniemlment Bill, the Paper Duties Bill, and several prtvuie Bills, which were read a tirst time. DUBLIN ELECTION. The Earl of ENNisKiLr.en presented a Petition from cer. tain liihahilaiils of the city of Dublin (bring electors) against a clause in a Bill proliihititig Mnsiera iii Clioiirery in Ireland from silline in the olliPr House of Parliament, and slating that .Mr, Ellis, who held that udice, had just been returned hy a large majorily of the electors of the city of Dublin to hcrve in Parlianieht, and praying that he might T�E Qis; Th�?8altl.of.Livfeitpo6i/ 1 lliw Or�%f clitKe>Day lie rtiBJ^ 'in^ikf Mie � Bill: n^Hilist tbe Qfue^fri^^tiidtt^tt it-W, daty to ^l^all^ tlii; courie, he"luetiiit ti� uildpt iipiiii � tttia 'yuiiiljiil iiii(liiiHsl^ (iMai)jt: object.Tl^fifv ,:i;i)t.dishi{�WMiai(L- rt- :.:iii� �i�tij^c?^ '/^�"o%i-iigt, last -JOCfosfo^'' l>H vaif i>cc(>iu|jitliii;d by ii request, that nii.ti! jliO!>e wiiii.e^^s wert^ t'eady the pro-ceediii(;.s Viould' not coinint'iice.: Silice that lime, and ill cnn�equeii(:e of the Report of their Lordships' Comuiiltee, it was hiii duty to lay a liill, fun tided U|�oii the' recainmeiidation uf that Coiii-iitittee, on the tahle.   On tiie last day tvhen this stil)jei;t was liefote tiiem, Cmiiniel, on the part of her Majesty, iniide nil uppilicattoii' of a very ditfereiil :-kiud4o .their- Lorjtship* ; it was; in fiict, that they ithonld proceed vilh l|ie, trjat forlhwiiii; lliat it ,�hould be coninteiiced ^without the ainaltejil pns-Btble delay.    IJe would uiil .stay that tins vuri-liiice between tite   two  applications  involved  a charge of iiicunsiaiency upon the Counsel, for the diffcTeiit cireuinatances of the Case Uieii, and on .tlie previous time,,niigh' ha*"* accounted for the different nature of llie application^, lie wati perfectly ready to admit' that the. call inqde on the pan of the Queen, fur their Lordshiiis to proceed ill her cane without delay, uiigh.t to be answered by tiieir Lurdiihips, ust far a� it;COli)d be done con-sisleiitly wiiji siibstiiiitial jtislitje ; iu "their mode of dealing with that Cii|i, tile}', ahu.uld shety tiieir only desire to be tht; attuiiiineiit of the strictest jotlice. With reference to that appjieutioii and to the progress uf the fatnre proceediugs,  he thought it right to sar, that their Lordsliips'were bound to put  entirely out of. their consideration all motives of mere cotivenieni:e of it personal nature. They were ready, he was convinced, however pain-fiil was the proceeding to their feelings, to perform the public duty which their station imposed upon them.-fllear,   bear.J-rlia tiKew .Mit to  their ijordsiii'ps, 'wheiitlie'yTiVtlifcw subject last under their consideration,   how   far they   could,   with a  proper seii>e of duty, enter  upon tills im-portunt investigation   withob't the attendance of the   .ludues-lie   did   not, of course,  mean of all the Juilj^es, but of n full proportion of them. What hud since occurred coiifirnied him iu his opinion, that they could not perform their duty with satisl'acl'oii to. ihein.^elves. and to the country, if they commenced this proceeding without the attend. aiice of the Judges.   He found, on reference to the records of their judicial proceedings, tlmt ou occu-sinns like this it had  been usual to consult the convenience of the public businet^s witli reference to'tlieir attendance on Circuit.   There was no |.e-riod of the year, indeed, when the duties of the Jud)i;es would not interpose in some manner, so as to throw a difficulty oi; their cunstatit attendance before their Lordships ;   but on the present occasion it wu* evident that any interruption of the .lodges, ou the eve of going their Circuits, would be utieiided with very general inconvenience to tl:e public iiilerests.   Coiisistenlly, therefore, with liie allendance of a portion of the Judges, and with the priiK-iple of substantial justice, of whicii he knew their Lordfhips woald never lose sight, 'ih-'y were bound. in obedience to Ihe Queen's desire, to lose as litJ^le.delay as possible, iii commencing their proceedings ; lie would therefore take the earliest (jay wlien it would be possible without a iiiu-terial injury to the general interests of ilie cminiry, to procure the attendance of any adequate number of the Judges.   The earliest dny then, at which he would propose the fiirther proceedings would be on the I7lh August next.   By that lime he lliougiit they coultl   ensure  at  lea-st the  attendance  of four of the judges.     He   should  ap'uul Felonies Comiuiitation uf Ptiiiishriient Bill. Me staled lh>ii it was bis intention, if their l.oi'ilHhips agreed lo this Bill b.eiii^ read a r^eroiid time, to move ai>o the second reading of Ihe Privately .Stealing in .Simps Bill, and the Ca-jiilal Felonies Repeal Bill. . The purpose of these Bills was lOr the niiligatiuii of piiiiishmeiit, lu )(ne security against the severity of the tirual law^ which, in bis opjiiiuii, would give greater security to property, as, where the poijishm'-'nt was on^y traiisptirlatioti, jii-oseculurs wmilil he foiiiid lo coine forward.' lla was" not aware that any obj�Tlion was inieiideil to be made to the Hills, but if iliere was it would he iiiueli bcKir 11 was made io Comniillec lliaii 111 the pre. sent htage. 'i'lie LoRtJ CllANCF.LLOU said, it was mil liis iiilenlioii to oppose (h'eWcOiul reading'of the Bills, but he hail several siring olijifcliiiiis' to Ihe ineatiire which he would sIbIp here-ufler.'  He was not sure whether there wa.^ a priuledilepurt al.�iO to give 'their decisiq'n, laliethrr it shall pr ui ortaiice of tlie c.ise which rrcjuired it.ifend be guided by tbfe, calm aiuTsoun'tl dc'ciwon of tiieir liiinds, after a full and patient iiivestig'atlprt. He was sure lliii't when liis Si-jjesty*s'(jdyrrnitieiit, and iiidt'ed the Jnilges, were rtail/ttj'iadfV.ficedfl their personal convenieiaus at the diily jipnod'oT the jie'sti- wl'leli they conid nsU- ally'reqtiife a 'I'fliie _re}/tli^.'-t1||it'every per�oii wild hea^d'tiini "li'iiTuIiJ '"acllidii|ii ilfdye the foirii^f .;0t�Hii)i' a%ilr�^H lier^^ln^t^ ingViie charge'.'   IT, thfreforie, '\^itiyi>tj^n\f^^i0ff ivhed In propose li farther deh>)', he timaj)^.^ |Wold its deiiwUteJthrf *he v^titttfiioif^ to that effect .�jjj?uId' bb lUM^de >ith|il;% Ww ^�yi>r    V      -?V^>i;^     *�.       v\'';.' ,  ''^rtvi'--, Tjie mtttion for po*ipDniii|r the sei^oiid reai^g^ the Bill Dniil Thor�day\ the 17l'i of Augtwt^Je�t^ *)fbii:lheiipat'-aiid agreed to r I* ' : ?^;*^l<�i;:t� meii to deh�vi�d to t he CdilUKe|',i&: lite': :Q�peii,'&'(;d io-tlie KihW's Attorney-Gene^ : Tliirdty, that the House will allow'CouiiseJ to be heard in Mif'lipirirt of the |MX>$FCulioii. aud.wjt-nessea to he exaiiliiied, before the second reading of the said Bill. Earl GaKT concurred with the Noble Earl �ppo-in his earliest desire that thei/ Lordships slvuiild closely give their |H>rsoiial altetidance throughout the whole proceedUigs lo ihis piiinful but para-inouhtly im|)ortunt tuvestigation, and upon their  riely, indeed the necessity of giving her ^lajeSly n list of (he witneoaes in supfiort of,the charge, and it would be only just to give her Counsel a copy of the depositions taken against her. Witbont the one and the oilier he thought most uti-iiecessar}' difficulties would be cast upon the Queen in preparing to in>iel the charges brought against her. He conid see no possible injury lo the prose-cuiioa in granting wllat he asked, while he saw the greatest inconvenience tt� the accused in a refusal.-f Hear, hear.J The Earl of LiyEaPOOL repeated bis anxiety to allow the fullest npportuiiit.y to iheQueen of meet-ling the charges brouj;!)! against hef, but he was still unsatistied' that public, justice- called foi- the giving the Queen a copy of tlie deposiliuiis.- The charges indeed !were in snbs'ance contained in the preamble (if the Bill, therefore the necessity for the depositions w�� in a great degreeohviatedi With respect lo tJie liat, ot.Mni-nesses, he had given, he could assure their Ijnrd-ships, that application his most patient coniiirierii-tioii, and the result was iiis beins;-perfectiy silis-fied that no claii#of juMice conid be made out to a list of witnesses. Jt would, he also ihonght, bens incotiveiiient a precedent as llieir Lordsliipo could well adopt. Without arguing the subject further at this moment, he would only say that he wa.i prepared, if a specific motion were made ufion the subject, to give what he trusted would he deemed satisfactory reasons for refusing the request to which he alluded. Lord Holland, after aJlnding to the niaiiner in wliicli this painful subject had been brought under the consideration of llieir Lordships, said, tiial he would call their pariicular nlteniion, before he proceeded further, to No. 47 of their Slanding Onlcis, T'he Clerk, by his [..ordship's de-ir-, read ilie said Order, which was dated the 3d April, lC^4, and was in subs'ance- That, as that House was Ihe highest Court known to ihe Constitution, it hehoVed their Lordships that their judicial proceedings should be conducted with the strictrst'eqiiality between the accuser and the accused. It was therefore ordered, that copies of the deposilioinr and proceedings had before their Lordahips should he given to an accused afler their piiblicalioii; and that Learned Coiliiael should he heard fir the defence, whether they could answer the accusation or not ; and that, if the Counsel named hy the accused declined attending, their Lordships should assign such others as would attend in Ihe behalf of the Defendant. Lord HoM.AfiD resumed and said, that if tlie date of the order were correct, he should not hesitate to say that the order was imperative upfin their Lordships to git^e not only the list of witnesses, but iilso the depositions. The proceedings to.wliich the order just rend referred, were those brought forward in llie year 16-24 against Lord Treasurer Middlesex, it aro-e in this manner: .4 Coinnii.itee was sitting, proseculing an inquiry re-specling munition and stores ; the Archbisliop of Canterbury was Chairman of that Commillee, and during llieir inquirv some reSeciions Were ca�t upon Lord Tteu�urer .Middlesex, which led, 011 the 'id. of April ill the year alluded, to, to a body of charges against the. Lordi Treasnrei'. If tlie entry on their Orders were correct in point of time, there could be no doubt it. was de-slin-ed lo secure to the person accused'the depo�itioiis made use of in the Secret Coiniiiittee againit hnn. A C'lirereiioe then took place between liotli Houses (if I'a; liaiiieiit, aud articles of impeariinient ajramst liie Treasurer grew o'ul of lliat coiil'smne. He knew that Lord Treasurer Middlesex w^j jiisl refused a copy of Ihe dfpositions'giveii before the Secret Coinniiliee, but lliat on his pelitioiij wliich wa.s diied on the 4'li of iMiy, such depl,^,!^oIis were granted, though whether 011 that pe'ilion, or 111 obedience to li.ie preiious Silindjng (Jidcr (if ihetimf^of its entry be correct), he cmiUl nut .xay. Tlie ticposjtions were then ordered, within two days alter liieir'.pubhcaiion ; the delivery o{ them was also, orilcted, so .as to give lite accused tiiiie to prepare for. his defence. On referejue to. the hisloiy of l.lioie ),:aii�act!oiis, ii would he fjniu! that the deposiiioiis cmiiain.ed the whole bi^dj of evidence iigainst tjie-accused. Now to coiisidei-j iIk lhe^;Nuble Karl opposite hud. done, whal vyas dUeao.su.bslan-tial justice, he could not but ll�nk ^11. ajlqp.ijon of Ills order .ifould greatly coiiduc^-to ,ihe.ititajiiinint ;|[�iitr8le�iltM|_^      ., -%m�,   the., aiccuied'; the  depiib. t instance to tl e Q.iecn, or a delay litreafler attordcd to her IVlajtsij , to enable her to take any further steps she nt.iy think essential lor her delciice, be had no heifttatioii in siyiiig he should prefer acceding to the demat-i]. for that delay, rather than giving a previous list of wi'iie.ises. ^ . Loid El.i.ENBORoijGii remat-ked upon what appeared lo him 10 be the loconsisiency in the conduct of the Nobli; Lords near him. They on a former evening cutiiplained that the Peers compoa-iiig'ihe Secret Committee, and who had had an op" piirtunity of referring lo the deposilions, were thereby incapacitated from coming fairly to the case, iu their places as Judges, to decide upon.the whole matter ; and yet now, after this declaration^ the same Noble Personages were anxious that the whole House shonid be put in possession, of'hose ilocnintfiits, ond'of (:ourse upon .their awn reasoning, as applied lu the (jomiriitlep, disqualifying themselves from becottiing calm and. iiwpar-tiul judges of the case, lu his opinion, however, tilt; deposition* were not calculated, iiulie slightest degree, to affect their judgments respecting the ultimate issue;. But sec; the extent to which tins doctrine of documents might be Curried. .Their Lordships should recollect that they were not only Judges ill matters like that now impeudingi but also hereditary Chnnsellors of the Crowii; if the Crown were to call for their advice upon a case involving its dignity, anil, perhips, crimitiBlory to an individual, would tlie leply of ti.eir Lordships be, that they were unable to give their advice, because the case was one which miglit hereafter come before them for decisu>w.i��-their judicial capacity? Such argUmetil.i were qiiitc ijiifounded. If admitted ut all, the ;idiiiiJ-sion must be accotiipaiiied by a coiicrssiuii, that the conalitutiou had imposed tvvo fuiieiion* upon their Lordships, fiii'i of which was ulterlv iiiconipattble with tbe other. Lord Ho!-r.AND remarTted, that the ."^oble Lord \�ho la-t spoke had -traiigely mistoolt any erguiu'ent which fell Iroiii hiin on a I'o. nier ocra-^on. Mis oh-j jectioii to the Committer; ^wii Cr'riamly that the til'teeii Peers Who Co.!ip0jed :t -vert iM.t the brsl c.ilcnlaied lo nro;iuiiiice an u!n;iia;e decision upoii a ca-e onwhich, in Uct, they n .d �Iy tricir Heitort decided already. That extra-jijiln:i.il opiiiiOD he had certainly alliid-eil to, feii.t the caie Was veryriil-I'ei-en: with ihirir Lord.h'ps, who (la.l i.-ow   pro-ilouiK-e upon ihe wli.ilc ca^e, und "iio lo.s-leait ot beii;g prejudiced by itie dTposit�oi�-, '"ei^ llfkely, by havmg'ihe iiieans of comu^ring iluni w-Ui'itie-tvi. dfrnce of the witntiisr^ to have' bnir-r rji^an-V of iniiKuig up thftr miudi upon all the .facts of'the case. Lord Erekine al-0 concurred ii-i the p�t>(/riely of givini; llVe a list of the rtiti:es'4tJ in sup- port of ihe charge, fie fully cnn-nimlin the 'necessity of theit; Loidali'tps coiiaideriug the para-' mount claim whicli-Bobslaiitisd- justice .had upon � tliem, .and the-.-necessarv sacnlice  oi' uli. theip per-tioiial curt�enM.uee which it now- impasedi   The full   

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