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   British Press (Newspaper) - July 13, 1820, London, Middlesex                                BY I'ABTlCtJKMlBBSlKE. J. *itl be 8c�ei!llM^B|Wi�td IVtr. Terry; Bantiste, Mr. Martin.   Aenes. Mina l.'eig^b ^ Bleeding Nun, Mr�. Connor; iVi.irs'nfrltle, Mrs. Gibts. To riincluilc with THE AGREEABLE StfKPRJSft. Sir Felix-KrieHilIy, Mr. \TiUiaii>9; tomfilon, Mr. Comer; FAieeae, Mr.Bar.Rard; hinco, Mr. J. Rnssell.   Laura, Mr�. Garrick; Coivslip, Mr�.tiUih|i.  , Boxes, 5s.-Pit, 3�__l^imt Ga.Uery, 2�.-Srcpud Gal- lery. 1�. . -TbeBoora to be o'penci} at Six o*Cloct,and the Perform-aace-tU'besiu nt S 'fceepel:V" ' ;  AdaiasioD, l8.-a^Catn1ogueR, t�.-TrHlfjprii(�I^it�o,.2�, ;i I" EAST in Bi A a(Spi�&''iui.v i2i 18^ ^ice, - - ' .. > �� VARE-, iHdUSES,�;ilJ bf re^dy tu'rrceit'r ' Pr�|io5f,ls ,ii> ^rilinSi, iartited up, on iir before V*"febNliSDAY,' Ibc^fllh iostnnt, i from auelifeisuna-ai niay' be Vrillin|r it) irt'p|tly'ih^ Ciien-palii':f, l�,(?|>-j?acli, ,^Tlw Hrejia, iatij)hsw^|| ..        . -   -.    .....w ani^ ill" races palitei! liito any flljaid' ll'isve niUcJi iro.il>,l,>-,j|] r�oUing,cpnfectioji'^fyr-&t., iw-8 oFiIliirs^ V'^-ti^uly Vttl(la^>�U^ �� a few ilwps And ih�  fc�,ditio�.; of;.i.e,�.i,i:c�,trac� fm bew-i'    i�w �"y N�*'^^*:'*.!'>'^t:^'t"'' upon atiplieatioli to, lire fcleik of the �aid Xiotaniittf^^^ , ^   .  _ >    u  1. i .j    c . nT>.i,.J  Mil �fr lum'&'Pr CmA'V ._i.\...i'_U';.:l.'id;ai;...niAi|ittaM�t-.i{iyi^^       ' ruuntry were on We �p�l,'�hd jnmi.be ilhTftli*all�W Af4e/^pB.mnv�^TOp| |ia wiu?'la^listt^. PeOlioiiii were laid on liiif (�hle. -V ! -       Broe , and' otllrr Menifif l^j v.f-ii,fl&o^'tit>^in-mons, broueht up l((e Assessed T^Ses.t.'omtto'aiiflij-BilV Uxrhequer BillrPMbU(^rt'qrk?,(f^^an^)igj}ij^|be�Slp^ Imponalion {Ir^laiio), Bjjl, tibicli fti^re .^v^/in^,( eilp*V�Vorcil; ftli; .the Si.Ves Rimoval Bill, and the SniUggllng'PrtVetittott Blllj Weft t:oininuled.-Adjourned', �      ,  � Propoiiiis �mBst'Ijp le"rt''.lii'rJL. .....- iti the FiireDOdn'bf llie said^flib-fiiilaiii; ''iitei 'which lioiir LtbeflOinaule�K*1lti�il�Wive�ny Tender.      ' tp-tUy was piiblished, ili 8vo. prire IO3. 6(i. boards,  character, 1 c�u never reflect upou that AUdiess without pleasure. .   . i am lionuy.er eoityiDced that sucl| Cjausff vfoUld never have been introduced ititi^ the Bill, if their purpose lind tfii-, deury'had been duly ui\der�lti,o�l at Iheuulset. Tlic numemns and important nvuciiliuii's of. the Chaticcllor of the Excbe-qui-r, which are quite euuuKb to fill Ibe mind of any Itiun, naturally .reudrr it impuvisible for him /ally lo.coiisiider, or joiiuilely lu ex^iiipe e,very object, �f Cj)m_p,arnjiy,ely miuoT consequence, thai may be tUbuiillejl loliis'vi,ew. He, there-fore, like every other iirdiVi'doal bcciipyiug i hi^h station, is liable to-be deceived by the repi-cseniaiioii of ittiiioi' agentn; Mr. Vansittaut little tboliglli, 00 the first inlrusioi) of those Clauses u.puii his atte.uliu.o,.l'b!>l tli�y.hajil a>jy Uudency to retrench upon 4[^e Frfedom.of ,J,be,t'j;e�s oi\. J.Ike Libw;tj of the Sulij^cl-'lO| iProtrtolc i^nposturc .on pallipic fraud- to hivest'ii l^'il^y'Si'rreiary wilh'arbilr'aiy poner, ;>r to sheltertrJekiirg^Co'iifractori'from public 'cxpo'sufe-i-(u � en-sUre^ Ruectiss lo^kiiaveryoi^impunily.ilo-km^ves; forlhe;.nio--^irwt ib^irorei|rl.cbirc�et^lr'.w:ii� i �(l'i tb�l'Right (Honour oble Gentlimi-^u ,spoii|taiijqUMly a,i)d. promplyr abaudoncd llie'rti, in a ' inHuner that Vv.aa at ouccrreJiilable to' liia judg-tttrnt and liis jiistice. teut had these New Clauses been enacted, in 'what a condition would ihe'Pulilic have been placeii, and what iflfirlit be the coudnct lof the Lottery!   ptshoiiest men inijlit .be. come Contractoi^, and ih.order to.gllpre the Pulilic;ia)in; readily'lo purchase I'icl^eis, niiglit ifvl<\ out ^he prospect .of laree Piizes, in jj/onot;, which wf ic oilly so inucK in -iflock, and Ihose who presumed 16 telllrulb, Ij^ calling those PiiZ'-S by their   jirojior mime,  might piovulie rebuke,- perhaps niinoUs r;*vei.�je.   Nay, such- Cuiilractorfl.might eveu'-con-triVe, ihruugh sertet niaueeavre, 10 put the greatct part qf th* Prizes in their own pockets which wi-re prolnisrcl lo.the Pwblic ; and if a Lollcry tiicretary sliuulil be so corrupt as to join in iheir S.rheme, or parti/'ipatc in their profit* be, while the Press was lestrniiied from publishing any thiii^ .uil-hiiut the name and aiiihoi iiy of a lici;ti.sed Lottery OJlice-.keeper, inight i^sue his iiiUr.licI to any Olij<;f.ktep n oVer  the Lottery OITicekecpcrs, and 1 believe no Euglisliinau will contradict ine when 1 say, tliat no man of indepcndeHl Ininil ruuld patiently snhmit.tn spch doniiuion, or that they who aro willing to be sliyes are.ool nu.wil|iiig to be knaves. -As the Clause, however, in its xi'ttdom, was only to apply to " Lotteries 10 BE drawn" in pursuance of'ihe Act, a day of reckoning would ronie, aiiif Uien those \vho {y .confound botii willi t^iuse fricki*.for wliicb the conlederuiy of a fcW Cpi||r.arlor8 >\it/i a Lotteiy Secretary niii;lit alone be rrsppnsible. Enough of clamour has been already raised agninst iTie Lottery systfui tvitbout such an -tibnoxioUs' ag;gt-avaliuii. For 1 lake leaVe wiih great ilefeience lo rontlderthe tdye.c. � lion to ijie-sysleni of.tlie Lultery^ lo, .a cerlaiiii e.\leoi, as rt(ere el-imuur. While every ^rtu-lK of luxniy,auil,i.ii;ie|sity is taxed lo supply the exigencies of the S|ate, i^aii that mVicl^iT>leciiek'>giTi'gA]5yvo&il'6arleV-si^^^^^ NEW'BiTOItW'" IfifS^ Bookni-ltrrs'iW'lhe fOliitetl-'Kiiiifitoni are ,_   litost .iresperlfally tfiforttled,'''tbat'''lhe  itildernameli W()II|>.S,wiUlb*:.ready.fuf; pi�blicnl}ui|iui>'0.( btifuie the 2t)lh " r'pinOR-S AbcOCtS-T of'Atl.' THEVOVAGRS BOUND THE WORLD, wjib tO nigraVii.^>, )0s. 8J. bound.-' ' . ��   .�� 2. Itoyal t^dilioif of Ditto. ISs. bnariU. . 3. �oxnl E-))lioik of THE OfiJE. HUNDRED WOjf. Ppl'Ji OF T1J.P WOULD. IJ5s,.b,oaj-ds. 4. GnLDSUITirS. 'BItVGKAPHieAL CLASS,BOOK, with 150 Pwriraits, fis.6il. &.iiiiid'. '' 5. THK  WORtiD   DE-SOKIBED, in easy Verse.   By VV. II. Lynch, with rOh�|red E�>gi^iviifs n,(;rMiw Euaravims,   6s t5�l.' llie .VQNPEILS, uf tJii; llJF,^,VENSv or Popular-Lectures on As.Iroi;:miy, with n.u.aieroii^ l^ngrayings..  .8)t- Priuied' 'ftii- Sir'UirharJ PhUiips auif <.?o. B'ridge-slieel, Londoir. �� � - / N.U. New-Editions have ;iUst'appeared of the "Tnlof's Key"-" Blair's .Prece.pliirv" with fiOQ .Qu.cstion"-" Gold-sin.ith^s British Gp,ugr f the jaj;} Fifty Years"-" Squire's Grammar of Astroiliiiny''-^'' lloiJiii*()ii'�"Modci-ii History," &c. &e.       :       � :       ' Tp. E%KCVjO,ii!i AN.D .(Vp.M.lN ISTlt A TOILS. ,Y l|igJa>l,S3la;iijj, ^cj^ of 1,815) iilliiier""* �"') Ji-^ inlric.Tte Regidalions are re.^ijir^d to be coi.nprieil with ai ihe Legacy Duty'OlHre, fay n'xi'cniors aiid Adniiutslra. tors which induced Mr.Q.EP'RGE RIN'G. in the year IS 17 (who for24' yeara- had 'bCeif' actively eiicaeeil in D.iciors' CoiiinVolls), to :estnbli.slt an OIBcefur the p-urposp nf a(foid. UiStheqi|iMfprmalio)i (yi,d.assi8l.a.nte iii; al,| 111:1 tlfrs roniiecl-ed *(th thei.r'tfust^ re^iiveriii* a,(elar,u of Priijiatc .a,iid Ad-Aiihistratioii Duty whep o^'eipaid, in esiim-jting ilie Ell*, els, or by reason of Debts'pard ou't' of the'!v.'nle,'paying addi-tionat'Duty where-iieeessary, <\ait-pre'paViug atr'd p-.issiug Re-sidqacy Afy/JiiiJtJjlHAiUwt^iUjftJpii^^ Mr. RlNGhegs lo infdrfnH Frieii'ls anitthe Public in ce. neri)l, Ibai ii^ bus ijemovr^d(l^iiSjOljlc'y^s.f'riiin Fiuvh-bpe, lo Nb.i, l^arth'oll'ini5w-lane',,R|-.jfBrExrhBnKe,and assures those who m.iy VoiiSde'iii IriiiV'ifcc'ti-jiisac'iiiin'of bnsiiie'ss, tb.1l il shall be'iierffrmed'iwitb'preinptifilde andfidejily nt a^iu.idie r.ite rliarge.-J?eti;c�:4�<;es.lor iniegrijj-j.&c. tu persons of the ,higbesl rispectability. N,B.-.Ageoej condUcledi-PosUij�e. Ip. he paid, . 'JV^'. vili;I'V jnT;'"TO!'J!'ri7"' ir^fh~;~'~T" ' � JAJPEii/AL PAHLIAMENT. �jBlLLAftD'S WHOtESALEaod RETAlt' EAST INDIA .  PBiN,TEO.FoaNiTURls-,.Hmi Foreign ami ulti- ,TISH,VYAREH0USE,,iyu:J,6,,Che�psid^. . Family linens,,tt^o1>St he fair eiiaii'ce '.if otiiaiiiiug ihe Priies^it proposcil, would, I think, be liable Io Very little, if any, valid ohjeriioii, espe-cinlly at a pi-Viort wbeU.Governuieni cannot iillord lo sacrifice any source of reVen.ue- -The plan for, ibe e^tablishnie.tif of sucb^a Lotleiy 1 hnye.tbis.d.jy sobmjtl.ed t.q,Jhe r.iiu.iiiV PiO;tugat.-Liiiil on the table, ami ordered to be priijted on tl(i; moiipn gf llje .tjarl of LauJiji-'ilale.     � ' '', ' , "      '     � Mr. Brogdpii, and otliei''M('ntbers of Ihe House of Commons, bru.ughl.up the ItlaiiiiiVs'.DeccaStliltReUrivrs Kill, the l>iit^aghadee.aiiil Pio.t Pii.lrtek l-^af.ho.ura Bill, and ibe'E-ist India Coilipijny Yolumcrrs IJijl.-;-'Clii:y .*(;re sevisr^lly read a fir�t liuie; The female OITenders'Whipping Bill waS rea-J the ihiid liiiie and passed.' DUBLIN 'ELECTION.   ' Lord Kii.NYON.presi-iilcd,- t^wo il?etiii.ons, from Merchaiifs .4iiyV\VareboiiW8; be'autifiir Shawls, choice Cfimln;ic ,nnd (eliltaMtislirts, India Long.CI|.tbs,!Wliile Ghinti and An- aqd �Sinion? &?igns, uecaiiwrlo lbe.,bppse,v,rjrlt >V'w�l tiely of SrlictesiHi wfdteaiid colours, fi.r raMiloiiiaj.)e,Mor�. inranU*venlDS Drtss;-i.*w and i^cohomical; .ft-itUf I �ita�;4br.cBM...'?ll.dl�,i*c.'�-�f wj^^i��es�W�'q*>>�>^,'**^''�*W       "I be inishl OBI be a/|ecied by ,l^l;e cinque iu, the Hill.   The Noble Lord iibservVilV il(-ai'Map|eis rii C'hiiuccryin England - Wfre not 'rxcljide'd fiiim 'ftl'triig'n.*'Sl'eiii'ljers of the other Mouse of J'urliaincnt,.,aiiililie'was 'of.'npin'inu those of 'IrC-innd s.hou|d.iiotj.be;dr.pri.Vedi.of ibe same right.   He ihei'efure moved lbiiill)e.,Pi.J^tipna,hbouJ.iJ,be laid pii tlie tab/e. iKi        Lord lioLLANb raid be did .nut ,rise I'lir .l(i9',,p,urp,')s^jof ess     pbjectiii^ lo the IVliiious lieiiig ^aiil'.on ijie'talili-, biiiihir the Li- I piirpusco't'fc'iruvvitig whe'lhiir il wasih'e'iii'tenli'iSuot'il'ieNoble .lu !-Lu'r4 lo oppose the IliltV and, if it w'lis, fn' tvbii'l'i of its ...----------.-.i^... j^^^,,,,. , lire piecMi Of Memj>i ip^e �T .r; '~, . tage, �iiiJ�JV9ft���: CChaMcery.,iA Eng- housf, of commons; WflaStspji*. JoiV W.  NEW APPARATUS FOR PRfDmlScl.     . '   Sir Joseph Ydrke nise -*� Vr\ii?1i^'�8^�h1tjfa Frnro    prisirii-iiWrnedMeiii^y Odii's-fB'iAtrie JenftiiiK*, who stilted liiat hf li.itl invcfitefl^ ii ne*' Hjjpariiruj for (irjtiliiigi mill offereil lii print. iHg parliliiil'riifary [lajier^j &c. for tlig' |iublic uii leriyili. l�y which, iii the ciMirse of three yrars. ft savir^ of lOO'.OOO/. woulH  he efl'i-cleif.   lie had foriitfrly-kiiown this Gptiileinnii, but he  kiiew iidthiit|; or'the   plan throiij^li which thi� i�avriif� was iD'ht^'effecteiJ.   The Metitioiii-r he kiieW (o he m per-i�i> of ^reilt ins�e-iiuity-lie had fffinrrly fohtracled to make what \Vus t.iUeil u iiaVal Ijed, which Wan lo be of ifreal use ill  cu. ad oC flock.   Genlle-iilrii wlui liud been dt       knew ft was ipiile n lllt-tereiit ltiiii<^ to ^o to herf Ht)  ride salrly on the iioFriiCe of the ocran �* Coug :>� if he was oil u H�l>'� bnrk.-f i1 titiii;h.J-^He recollected another dinirovery nf tlil� Peiiiioner's re�|iecliiig llie varintibii of the cotirp;i.s�, whic-h pousisled of pulling tlie coniipUsM iiit^i iKi iron bilwIy'a'jKl th'-reby neiilrai-iziii^; ihe pow.er of'tlle fiiiisjoer.   'OC life pre�eiil pruposal the Houlie most' jndi^e for iiKelfi 'I'lie Petition was laid on the Uhle, and ordered to be priiiledi ABERDEEN ELECTION'. Mr. ll0N7>Ett til.AlK pre>eiitei.l,it�c Report of the Couiiniltre on the Al>eideen lileclion, which de-olured tiitil Jusephidiiiue, E-q. (the �ii.liii.(< JVleiii-bci'), vv^is duly elecietl, and lliat the Pclltioii wa� nut trivoluu.s uiid.veXHiio.U!-. sco nCH.tax cart* Mr. BosWei.I., oiler putlin^r a question Jo Mr. Lusliiiigioii, f;i�,ve,uofice that lie w iorrow move liir a ri^turn of lhe;;Jh'-f-i he >.))i)ke of Sir Vyilliain  Aduni-j whose professloiial skjll sloyfJ on a.jgapcji firpicr basie than it could be placed by. his voit;e, of. .ihnt of any other Member of the tiou^e, for-iL rekled not only on the tributrs paid lu II by llie most eininenl mrdical characters of the'cijuiiiry, but also iipon the Unerring test of many years of- eminently aoccessltil and   ul'tive piuclic.-.   He ivasi crertaiiily much obliged to hii Hon. Friend (or cuMiii>r his kttention'lu the reported sjieecli) ttiid al!!u,.to the Geulleiiiei) who per-inriiied thai duty, for, the sei\tiiueiit�..(;oiUa'lned in the Rep.urt,  th. ,ihis weie iiiucli better expressed thiiii he. had driivered tlieini   He wished ihut two speech^v lie had made l-dft tii^liU on  iV',be,c^ th,ey were Jljnrc ei�(i!ial lo'iwtice, duiy, pttWiihed in those chanitcU lo winch they were so indebted-fur ol'-leiitiou. 'Phe HuniDtirable Meiiib.ey then referred 'tp the iipeei^h inacie By' lijs' HiwUral^fk Frietiil on the Jjl^'ol" J.ujie, Jrsjjj^^^^^^^^^ . lium Aiiaws, . Ei^tefitainiii^, aik o!pinioi.i'>0' opposite to bi^.-Hououruble. Frieiid un llmt occasion, and knowing the hoiipor an^d huniaiiity,pr his dtsposi- t*..;.    tf.I'.r.'an.3il''An*'K;'�."'il,.a "i.u'w't liu'v-   Uiifl   UrUllUSed what ThCii Ear^>'pf--kaai>'.liM5K''''^''*''*"!^': �'>'� -wasthe prop.Vtiifie. Cor,-(ibjwl,.a)�iLheioiily,rose l; .'lui .�y,, l.h.at, ;ifiere:wa.s,a>-4jJ|,,d�H, uf j ,U^>i;gilli:t^ brt^irttl ,t,hv IH: ^''sH,'^ 8,cpft(ipjJia.iiy :.Jijip !li>,:ii p^raopaf in* gpectiou of theQphtJ�aliiiic,Iiigtii.uiipi�,of WbitHi iSir VVilliiim Adaiiii vastbe founder. � Hi� Honoora''l'e Friend replied tliutlitfvimild. take'oppoVt,Ui�iiy .,H.J, hpd. thev ftaUiitucllan "fh heiumi^, hi� iMpi'HUf able! Friend the-ather (light speak: iii the highest giveu arv ojjiMJoii 6�a nbj*.v;^, jittrj^Mr.}�ie4ical, and 'of which (le VpiijtJ* know.iJ*lbtoe... H�s.U^^ he was boiHMl4o candour lo describe the satisfactory giHle df the Hos^iiliil. ftert the subject'was dVoJjpetfi GKANtHAM'iLECtlOJr. Di-. PltiLtiMOBE iiibired tl)e"Pritler of the Day fnr brin^iii^ Richard'Anh'sioii jarvis to the bar 'tS be repriiuandr'd and dinehargeif.'    '   -'   '    ' The Serjeant at Arm* then placed the Prisoher ai the bar',' and the SpEASKJi reprimanded "li'i'm ai follows';- ' *� " Richard Armstntt iirVis, yoU Wel-e repol-teJ'7o f.hi* Ilouie by tliC'Selecl Committee a{ipoli'iled rur consider'the merits of Ihe Pelitiuusrespecliug t^ictirsnlham Election, as having disobeyeiV ibe summons arryed u^l^oo you To attend and give ertdence before"ihem.    Oii ifiai'Repur'i a iflrrautj was issued to the Se'rjeant ai Arms lo l^ke yob inio ciislody. Vou were subsequently reported lo ihls'Ho'nscr /is having^p-scobded^ to avoid the execuliini oflbal warrant; sin'rC Whli;B lime, you have surrendered y uiirselt lo ctisluity, and bi'Cli commitled by this House to Ihe gaol of Nevgnlr.   Yon havR sinCe prtilioned this Hniise, acknowtrdgtif yolir ojl'ence, expressed your'sorrow  and coulritiua for Ihe cuuduct uf which you  have been ^uilly., and  Ihroivo  ydiirself npou its mercy.    On a consideration of alt the circam-Hlances of your case, the Huuse is iueliiicfl to exlend. lo yiiU its merty.    I must, hinvevee, observe,-that iuvnie passage of your petitwn, you saynyou were not aware of the importance and  tiecessity of .!4tlendine the WarraBt srrved upnpyuu.. I| is right thaty.<.iu autt.ajl ofb.trsshield know Ibst parlies to whom jWarranls ateaAidi'e,sseil.^�jl Vtcl. j'n ullcntlini; 10 vole al ihe elcCliou, Which prariire-apii^-art d 10 the Cinrt-miiiee illegal, and subveratVi; uf ibe I'xedoui'of rlrelioii', and of most dangerous cunsequeiicis to Ibe priQciples uf electors." He thought there could be but one o|iii>ion in this Flouse upon the drfn|;erous pr-dclice alluded to in this Resolution.    In Ihe absence of ihe Cilu'iiriUBQ of t-'ie Graiiihara Elrctioii Committee, !|e.|iud 'tii;w 10 move il Resolution, in nuisoii wnh ijiat ad'opted i.u the Committee, not with l.lie vew of its h'-jviiijj nny operation upon the pt'ot'eeilmtrs nt the late electioiif for the practice was one which'had loiio'g^rpwn m> in tile borough, but he thoiiijlit it e^lretni^ly i'm* portaiil that the Hquse sl.ould adopt a dei'luratorj Resoluiiun, having' refeteiice to n praVtJt:e.w|!i9b hail thus become invete.rale it� ihs borough. : The Resolution wou^d cpnveyno new opliiiooj but onp 'decl.irntory   of  the   pre'viguily VxUiinjj  statute. Though they' owed m'ucJ'i  to'tli.e j.jrii.ciple 9.f popular elections, yet, by '>taiiites of old clate^severi^l priivisiona had been  inaile to rauuleract, tj(ie iii-jnriiius practiceo which had  grown np iii.^hpr nai^emeiit.   Their aiicestor.s, by ihe Acts o.f Ine Jih anil^ih Williain l,II..h>id pri.hilJiteci ciiiidifla.tes iVoin giving money, directly or indirectly, to. voter/', and decUred suqh giving to he hribery, , iTe cou^ eluded,   by  proposing a decrarntory Rei^ol.titibn, that the practice of giving  inque^y to voters at'an election, fur the ptirppse o.f (Ivirayuig their .ex-' petises, or for any oiher pitrp'ose,. .wasjii'j^lify'illegal, and aubyersive of the freedom of ele ^" Mr. AOBttCltoMBr wouid^'uqi'p'rpiiouiice.aQy.decisive opinion upoii tjlia Re^Uitiu'n', beyoijd sailing, that as the ca.ife ' stood, ^he.{hoiiohti it clear.'8i^.ch.-a Resolution ouohJ not to,be pi^tViibou^Berioiis coq� Kideraiion. IT, the law as iv\ipw stood, as hU.JEJo-nourable ttii}! LearWd friend had 8aid,''.was^^eci� sive oil the point, the Resoluirp'ii was iinijeces.sary. If the laiv We're iloiibifui, surely ihe'y did tidt.niieaii to �el it right by a mere declaratory' Re'soliitj.ojni.i^ Dr. Pkl.i,i,�loaE said he had hot said t|ie,j]5,w was doubtfai, for it Was quite clear.money touTitJ.opt b�; legally given iu the iMaiiAer it had beep^^ven at this electiuii.'  - j Mr.'Wvi^li said there .iiev.er had_been tt dqitbt on, tlie poiut. ."f he practice allufled to was ^Jangecp^s � aqd currupti iifid whether'the mimeywCT^^ given under one pretence o'r' another, it was. (jlearly.^ijlesa.1, and the elecuon becaihe: in cpqsetiuehi^ ypid,, J^e oply i^ueslion mas, j^htjtber, as such g^aqtii^e,jire-vailed out x)i doors, ibey had" not beuer'seM.'S'^ matter at rest by a declaVatpry ResolulioV' Mr. Wbottesley thought'the prejebt ctjorse ofjjectrotiii'bte. Tl was not eb clear to him that rein nneraticin'for lo'sijof time in'^oing to v()te was 'so decidedly against, ihe law aS the Hon. aiijJ.'Le'afned Gentleman thought. At'alF ev^oU, bfe-had'stMng objections^ whelhe'r ^h'ai; poihtwiiB sebKtl "or hbt, t a this inode of settli og the law " by ',(le'clBr;at()ry Resoliitiob. " ' * � ' ' '    ' ' 'Mi. Smith-d.id not .know: whether, the law was not so cleur ttii itV(oO(f> ^s lb ^bViaS .Mie n8�   

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