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   British Press (Newspaper) - July 12, 1820, London, Middlesex                                fftGRiCUtTCRAli lAHOUR. u)ndon, WIIdVeSday.july 12, 1820 _ la Gour, by tWMiSsreTwaTlivIey.' , ..-THE MlLLERiAKO HISMEIS. , J. T.aiicsrt,'i"J:) ,>>in� jh.. .CAUSE .of ..rSl. PROGRESSIVE DEPRECIATION of AGRiqUL-�'JTORAL labour  in MODERN TI.MES, wiih sl'G-�GEStlONS lor ils RF.MEDT. i'   . By JOHN BARTON. f^niliin: Printed for John and Arthur Arch, Condiill. " Tliis d.iv is, pabiishid, in Sj-o.^iriige 6�, in boanls, RS.SAV "Mil,/ construction nf "J^ AVHEEL CAnRl^GES,ji9 lliey affect both IheRoads and Ibe Hor-ifs ; wi'lh Sii2j;estioi�B reiatrng to llic Priiiciplls on which Tolls'onght t�) ^be''impased; Recnarks on Ij^e : Formation of Roi^ds; &^.'.-Hnd on Fat and OiU, as applicable to Ihe.^xlcs of Wheels and olherHIocbinprv. By .lt>SEPH STORBS FRV. i.ondnn: Vrinled for John and Arthur Arch, Cnrnliill; Ealdiviii'and Cii. P.-iiefmislfr.row ; J; Harding, Pall-mall; and T. if/: Maiirhee,'Briilbl. Ill a few days wifl.l^e puijjUslKd, iii one vol. octavo, price 6s. in boards, �fflHE    APOCRYP'H^L   new  TESTA- '^'1" MK.NT^IbflnW ,|| i|,i Gospel^, Epistles, and'other Pieces rxtanti-WtHbuled, in Ibe firjit fonr Cenlnries, tii JESt'S GHRlSt'^^ia-ApVallesi and Ibeir Cbnipanioiw, and .not, incIiM,l��ydnpllj(h>lS kfrom tbe-OrigiMal Todgut;, iind now first collected liflJUjCfee �idi�iiie'.  � �� Prii)tefl*for,WiIliam Hone, Lndgale-bill. THEATRE-ROYAL, ENGLI.SH OPERA-HOUSE, '      ;        ST�ANU, THIS EVfelSriNG. WEDNESDAY, July 12, will be performed the .Melii-drama of' � THE BLIND BOY. Sinnislans, nir. Rov.Imlham; Edni.iiu! [Ihe Blind Bny), Miss Kelly; llodolph, air. Pe.irnian ; Oherlo, Mr. Barlliy; Kalig, Mr. T. P. Cooke"; Molioo, Mr. Barley.  Elvina, Mrs. W. S. Cbatlerley; LitlH, Hirs. Webster. To which will be added, an. altered Mnsical Piece, in two acts, called t ,[THE HUNCHBACK; Or, FROLICS m BAGD.4D. Bas-sa of Bagdad, Mr.Ro>vbothain ;"Cro!'�.le�f, Mr. WiU kinSun; Zebede, Mr. W. S. Chatlerlpy; Crninpy, Mr. Har-l^v; Alexi.i, Mr. Broadbnrnl; Dr. Quincjnina, Mr. T. P. Cooke.  Dora, Miss Love; Juscy, .Miss I. .Stevenson. To ronnliide with llie Grand Serious B.iUet called THE DEATH OF CAPTAIN COOK. Cnptniii Cook, Mr. T. P. Cooke; bis Lienlenant, Mr. Spratley; Lienleiwnt of Marines, .Mr. Lodge ; Bostswiin, Mr- Wilkinson; Terreeoboa{Kin!jof o Wy-bee), Mr. Ro'w. hotham.   Emai, Miss 1. Stevenson, In Act IJ. the admired Trio, " Ghiot; Chit Qnaw,"T)y Miss Love, iUi.ss Workman, and Mr. Wilkinson. The spacious Saloon has been ajjain l.istefnlly filled up with a new deftifrn, represenliir;j an Illuminated Oriental Garden, and will be opened as niiial at Eight o'Cloife, for the admitfaoce of the Second Price, which commences at To-morrow, The Hunchback-The Promissory Note- and Free and Easy. ~     ~ SURREY tTiEATRK. A NEW WAV TO GET MARRIED, at Half Price. ra"HlS.EVENlN(i, WEDNESDAY, July 12, (3. will be presented (44lh lime) an entirely new splendid Historical .Melo-Dramatic Bnrletia, in lliree Acts, called IVANHOE; OR, THE JEW'S DAUGHTER. --John, Prince of England, Mr. Clifford ; Pilgrim, Mr. Walkins; Lucas de Beaunianoir, Mr. Jervis;. Prior Aymer, Mr. Adcock; Ceilric, Mr. Grant; Unkno-vu Knisht, Mr, Ridgway ; Alhelstaue, .Mr. Ellis ; Sir Brian de Bois Guil-l>prt| � Mr. Beiigough; Sir Reginald Fronileboeuf, Mr, Nnirth; Isaac of York, a Jew,-iMr. Huntley; Wainha, Mr. Filzwilliam. Lady Rowena, Miss Coprland'; Rebecca, daughter of-Isaac, Mi-ss Taylor. After which (16lh lime) an entirely new Comic Melo.dra-matic Bnrleita, in two aclP. under the title of A NEW WAY TO G1-:T MARRIED; or; GIVE A MAN LUCK AND THROW HUl THE SEA. " Boxes, 4s. ;  Pit, 2v.;  Gallery, Is. .  ^    A,NEW, SCHOOL BOOK. This day is published, prirc Is. bound, UVS NEW EXERCISES v. ORTHO- __GRAPHY ;� containing Selections from the most ad. m^red Anthor^'in Prose a'ld Verse; and adapted to every Glass of English Learners'desirous of six-rdily acquiring a c-orrecl Melliod of Spelling ; upon a new Plan. By Joseph Gny,.iuii. Madter of tlie Academy, 3S. Foley.slreet. London: Printed lor Balilnio. Cradock, and Joy, Pater-noster-nnv ; h-v �linm also are publiahrd by the same Author, 1. THE ENGL).SH SCHOOL GRAM.MAR; in which Prarlieal lUnslratiou is, in every step, hlendeii with Theory, liy.Hiihs, Examples, and Exercises, adapted throughout.to the U.Pains and Feiial-ties, and considered the proceeding before them tn be of the same nature, they ought to have all the Carried by a majority of...8 Several Bills before their Lordships then liassed thronsh a stage.-Ailionmed, HOUSE OF CO.MMONS, Toesdat, July 11. GRANTHAM ELECTION. Colonel WoDEHOOSE presented the Report of the Coramiltee appointed to consider the nierit- of the I'etition upon the GrHnthuiii Election. Tlie Rfport stated, that James Hughes, Esq. the Silting Member, was not duly elected. The Hon. Colonel then presented a special Resolution from the said Committee, which set forth tliat Ja^nes Hn|ilie3, Esq. Ifad been proved guilty of certain -     - -       --------  .~ a ^*       tt.*. acts of treating, contrary to the Act of the precedents which bore on them before their Lordships and the public ; but looking ou the proceeding which had taken place to be of a-different nature, he could not agree tir a Committee being appointed to search for precedenW-iir thi� jjarticnlar instance. The F.arl of LlVEtlPOOl, did not know what the Noble Earl meant by searching lor precedents ge-ii'-ially ; if he stated the express object of the search, perhaps he would have no objection to it. Lord Auckland moved, that the House should be summoned-on Friday.-Ordiired. The Earl of LAUDEIlDALEsnid, he was convinced of the necessity of the Coinmitlee he had alluded to; hewtiuld therefore move that u Committee of their Lnrdshipa should be appointed to si-urcli William I[L c. 4, and was thereby incapacitated to sit in the present Parliament. Also, that a practice had long prevailed in the said borouoh, of giving sums of money lo out-volers, under the -name of indemnifying them for their lo.�s of time in aitending to rote at the election, which practice appeared to the Committee illegal, aud suhversive of tiie freedom of election, and of mn.it dangerous consequences to the pri|icipltfs of electors. Ou the motion of Dr. Phili.I.MORE, a new writ ivas ordered for a Member to serve in the present Parliament for the borough of Grantham, in the room or James Hughes, Esq. who was declared not duly elected. . RICHARD A. JERVIS^ , Dr. pHILLIMoaE presented u Petition froin-Richard Armstrong Jervis, who bad been conimii-led to Newgate for absconding, to avoid giving eviiieiice before the Grunlhain-Election Commitler, expi-e�sing contrition for his offence, lhrowin|r himself on the mercy of the House, and prayirtg lo be liberated from custody. i Mr. Bankes had strong ohjeclions to shewing \ loo much lenity towards persons guilty of ofiVuces j wliicli obstructed the material ends of juslice in . the piogress of the  proceedings of that House, i oi iiicji  ,ji..u=.iM,,=        .....-II . I Slill us this person was a servant, and artiuir under ' into all  cases of Bills of Attainder, and of Paini    ,|,^ orders of another, he was perhaps eutuled to anil Penailies, for precedents as to the list of wit-    some consideration. nesses beins delivered to the accused party, and as       -vir. Wynn stated several cases in wlTich of- to llie mean* of enforcrog llie continuance of the aitendance of witnesses. Lord Ei.i.ENBttaouGH would not object to the moiioii, as the specific purpose of it was explained. The Earl of LlVRttpoOL said, he only objected to lite Committee being appointed lo search after precedents geiierally, he could not see any objec-' lion the motion of the Noble Earl in its present form. Lord Holland objected to the motion, for he could not agree lo a Committee being ajipointed lo look into precedents as to the list of witnesses alone ; his great objection was, that it was known ro their Lordships that there was nO precedent on the subject. They ought lo look how Bills of Pains and Penalties bore on each other, and they wonld find that there were no two alike. The real fact was, lhat it Bill of Paiits and Penailies was of a nature which could not be de6ned without it came under criminal equity, hut the present was a different proceeding. It was brought forward through necessity and expediency to protect the State, and it was " fenders of this kind, before they were considered entitled to indulgence, were suffered to lie in prison many weeks. As this person must be considered acting under the orders of anoilier, perlta;is heoughtto be treated with less severity, particularly as he had taken the earliest possible oppor-lunily of surrendering. The Petition was laid on tiie table, and the I'e-titioi.er ordered to be brought tn the bar to-morrow, reprimanded, and then discharged. LAWS OF UPPEFw CANADA. Sir James Mackintosh presented n Petition from Mr. Robert Gourley (we think), who had lived for some time in Upper Canada. The object of the Petitioner in submitting lliis Petitiod lo the House was two-fold-personal andu^b|lc... The personal object was founded upon legll]_proceedings, by which the Petitioner severely, and as he rompiains, improperly, suffered while a resident in Upper Canada. They aro^e out of a stalnte in , Upper Canada similar in its provisions lo the Alien ! Bill, but going further in ils effect. This statute ----- -C u-;..i.*..^,.   t\t\At^r f.prtain circum- "-r.--------j r Case wliich no ijrecedent Could bear nn, and if they "    "c u   - i                     -      - ',       1  1    it          ci-i    1   jc" gave a power or banishinsc, under certain circum were to search the whole History ot England lor ,         ^      � a- -a   \      .         ..i  i - i  u. ,                     ....   -   ,                           . ; stance.', any individual . not a settled inhjbitant, precedents oil Bi  s o   Attainder iiey would not be !    i   .,    u              r             .     il         i    . r.i ',,          ,               ,.          ,-   , ,        1 I whetlierhe wasanalien, ornaturatborosubiectof the ab e lo iitck out any Ihiiig aBiilicable to the ijreseiit i>-       ,                        c            ...        . .i   i> e   .    ij- u �   r ij   1               J IV ! King. In consequence of some mtstateinents the I'e- cuse.    1 hat ot the tSlshon o|. Kocliester wa* dilfcr- i . .        i   ,    a?    , r          -  i       ts,        ,,� ,                        -       1- 11       -j             11 tiiioner had suffered from this law. The public i:arl. eui, he was in possession of the evidence, and he '   r ,i,   o                 .u . .i    i     ' r ri        (-a ..   ,     '.           . .              j 1-      j �' the Petition was, that the law of Unper Canada ......-*......H.-lfu�r�Jrl   till to   i   . , ,. .     . , *        .   .   . ^ imposed peculiar restrictions on the acquisition of landed property. The Petitioner thought tiiut restrictions so injurious to emigrants, in a country in other respects so adapted for them, ought to be removed by the Legislature. Sir James sairl lhat iie thought ih'rs Petition well entitled irt their con-i-deration - at present he should n6t give a speciHc notice of motion upon' the subject, thuugli hereafter, perhaps, he might. The Petition was laid on the table, and ordered only applied to have certain-papers delivered up lo him. For these reasons he woald vole against the motion of his Noble Friend... Eaii BatiiuUST could notice why they should go into any examination of precedents of E^ills of Attainder, for he was far from thinking if there were no precedents lo be found that the present was not a case where it might not be proper to grant the list of witnesses. He would not object lo the motion of the Noble Earl for the Committee, if cases of im- AS'iigiiees of .Messrs. Hay and Turner. rH^HE valnable. l-'rti.illiig iMai.erials include two ML c.-ipilal Slaiibope Presses aiidappeinlages, a Donble-rrowii Press, two Deiny'Presses, ii^Bmik Press, n Culling Press add PfoHgli,'ifiV*' Isionl Jiuposiuw Stoilcs, wilh Deal Sfaiids, Iruji Tabies-,:il^d' ilullrrs, whole anil'lialf Frames, Chases,  ii0i Imeui uf .Lei'ler in cxc(;lient cundiiioii. ' i    �   . 'May tie yiew^^d,'^nd Ca'iaIi>gii'eR bail si the Jamaicn iCoifee. bouse, Cortiliili; oF^li^rars.-Maiiii^ad Ciirlis^iWaJ6rd[>b, Hit Lord.hips, and they had not, but for what reajon he MiitI there ought to be a change in llie .system, and that preference ought to be given to the linrber from Canada, lie meant lhat that preference ought to be gradual, and not more than would pay I'iir the extrurloniiuge aud freightage of the ships eiu--(iloyed in.the trade. Lor�i El.LENBOtiaUGH said he would lofaject (o-any legislutiye measure that would make it a geoetai ' ,syste,iji.i    - ', The Earl of Laudkudale wbi surjjiised ho hear '  aside all precedent. It vfas well knnwii to their' I,ordships thai in impeachmenls or Bills of Pains and Penalties, that the list of witnesses were never granted. Their Lordships had nothing to be re-ffulated by but the justice due to the high parties and their-cwii high honour. If they had'precedeiits Ivefore theiii of three Bills-of Attaiijder, or Piiins' and PeiBiiIiie's; tbeywoiild ftnd that eacb preGedetit !weiu Ob tlie'circiyffistanceV     its owi iVidiVrdusl to be jirinted. SIR H. V. DARELL. Sir James Mackintosh moved, that the Petition presented on the 13lh May last from Sir Harry Vcrelst Darell, Bart, respecting his claims on the Nabob of Oude, b? printed. In making this mo-lion he could not help impr.essiug upon the India Board the necessity.of taking the claims of the t'-'er. titioner into their full considsration. If this was not done, he should feel a strong disposition to move early in'the next Session .  the'OplvthVitral?:-Ho�)>itii!, supeTintendifd by Sir William Adams, he saw 6[) patients in n course of recovery, and of them Ihiee only made complaints, which he (Mr. Bennett) had reason to believe, frfji.i the slateiiient of a Very intelligent Toiing nian vt'o went riiuiid the place with him, wei-t; erroneous, fiij thought it right lo make this' espian iiion, in alin-rion Ui the iiicorrect'stati ment ni .he pa|)erlieHi-Inded to (Mr. Bennell riiii not name the pH[>er, but tlie error did not occur in this), lest it should be. lliixii^lit h.e had pronoiKiced an ojiinioii u|iO!i a ir!"-dical qiieslicn. CONTEMPTS OF COURT. 0.1 lilp nu.((ion ol .Vir. Bi;n.nf.tt, accounts weri; ordrred lobe laid before iIih House of tiie nai, �   w,is  sorrv i'j trniible ihe Huuse with any tiling that referred per-sonr.ilv to himself.     On a roriner occasion, t'ley would recollect, be liail   brought niuler  iheir notice n breach of privilege wiili wliirb his nyme wxt conntcied in 'I'/ie Muriiiiiir Herald new 'ery unre.serveiMy.   -But he (Mr. M.) was not prcp:irerl to put the m.-nter t w issue on llie prim.-iijlt ol'a trial by baUel.-(,^' iini>:l:) The Geiul'jmaii used the foMowmg (Xnresfu ii:- " In fiilure, Mr. Martin, you sliull \M.ji no ciiiii-e of cnmiilnint ; we siiall biv down the pen when yi-ii speak."    vVliat he said then vva.", liiat lie shouiil be very much obliged to liim  imt   lo repnit hii speeches at .-ill, if lliey were lo h- done in l!ie i-.-ay lie com|iIai:-ied of.    In the s-ime paper, 'j'.'-.e M'l-^i:-iii^ Jle'u! nse(]vier,Ce  (if this refietittrni of ofb.-tice, he was uncJer tiir nt^t-essity ol making wiiat he l.t-lievid   to be the usual iiiDlioii on   sucii occasions, namely, that tile  pri'iler Liitti publislier of the paper iii question be oiiltred lo at-ten-.i at the liar.    The  flononrable .'Viemle-r -then handed The iS'loridng Herald, coniaininij tht- jms-. sage  lie complai'ied  of, to the clei i; at ihe table, wiiiij-eed it as follows : - " .Mr. ?darliu fof Gaiw.-iy) oompnre-l (Lie (~)()positiuu Gen. tleuK-ii, who were allaeki'.ig Ihe .Minisli is f-n- Ihe piiriiusf. of gelling into their plaee.q. lo a big.hel:!.--! iinrkney ooacij. man vvhiim he once ni^l iil Paris, who cn-ii-n- in liisi-e-.p-c'l'i:* lerins of the King of France, and s.iid lie iiiiv.se!t' winiM make a Ill-tier king if pul iu iiis jjlace." iMr. IMaRTIS then said, lhat lie find not boi'.sihr this ne-.vspaper at the ntfice wilere it was |iunli-.i!rit, but frnn: a newsman. He ijesct moved tli.il .1, Robeson, the printer, and T. F. G:a>-.iii:;toii, i|ie liiihlislier,. be onlered to attend t;ie bar of that House on Friday wvyj. - Ordered airnrciinjjly. E.-iST INDIA VOLUNfEERS EILL. Mr. T, CouilTKKAV niiived Ihe Order of the D-'y for llie third reading, of Ihe F.ast liiriia Voluiiteeis Bill; OHt at the sugoeslinn of Mr. F.I.t,tc!;, consented lo postpone his motion until a later peri'oOl of liie evening, when the attendance of Members wo-jld be fuller. SAVING BANKS. On the motion ut iMr. LushingtoN', the th-n* reading of the Saving Banks  Bill was  postponed until to-morrow. On the tnolini) of .Mr. LusinrJOTON, H.." "Tobacco E.xcise Bill, llie Irish Fisheries Bill, an' the Irish Excise Licenses Bill, were severally rntd tlie liiird lime and passed. ROYAL FAMILY EILU 0-1 tlip ninuuii 111' .Mr. LusniNiiTOX, the Roya! Fdtnily Bill was read ihe thiid lini-iiml pa-ised.-MtTlNY OF CONVICTS, Mr. Bennett rose  to  prc^el!l a I'Vfuinir from Cafilain Crea;;h, wlio had tile charge of cm ryii:-;; to their ileslliialiiin a   s.'iip   (nil  of convicts in tl-e year 181?.    The '.-el 11i  r.mtuineil   a I.>nt: :nirr.-uve of Ihe ci;-Ciim-.ttinr.- fi' the v.^yage I'roci ('-..; iv lo New'Soulll Wales, a Iiiiiliny of llie coiivn is     i the passage, the CiViiUiin  hi-i-.ig nbliue 1 iu iiidc the marines to fire, ilJe loss i.i 'na'.e ol t -e conviLt^* lives.in conseriueiice,'and liie Cuir.ai-i's being sei-t hack lo this-counlry io lake his aria nuirderi    The   petition  tlieii   slatei on ;i ciiur^e lU that p-heii brought (o trial, ilie c;harge jigain-it the Canlajii was so , Ullccly groiuxdless, thai .Mr. Juslice Paik did not tveu call upon  him for a defi!n u, which the Clipliiin hail to disburse,  ainounlid lo 760/. That on application to Government for a reiinbur.>e-ment, he uu.iy received 200/. though the,owners (if. 'the ship .wtte allowed a, conipe;i 8stion,nf 2�<)0
                            

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