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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 5, 1820, London, Middlesex                                NOM��Eft.* [tot n^fi-g; ! v;; ;;)ficlii .isli^S iiaHii-j >iot b h-.in .: i)�nr Oil saio.yii fflHIS^EVEmNiSv* SA'f.EJRIShA'YyAiiKir-ft 5, KJijl T Bai't. MrlKflmlli ili^qiiali6(!il. ' IJkDIEB AND OENTLEHCK, ,        . vll'jriJtl�'Ui�if��lM4� awV^ne�iJfcH'cl'�iiRfeliBa.(�K�hijliicei in the EAST INDIA DIRnCTlON, by, the resiiyiaiiMii ..f Sir Davit ' un'uit.thc prefrbi.occasiuii,  I sluli, bowerrr, avail myself c! tm,mayp^this 'vm'i^mph?"^f>%*W v^m- siiniice ot Mil- rrquiailiuii >rhLfh lie had recrived from ��vcrsl wi�heii, ami hit. tvHs cunfiiU"! UicJi- ciiiiiliicr �uuiil Olwayij VuJf.i,i-lliV�fmkc'��� .T�'oy.olBJ8^'d.�>�pr^ceH^6*."> .t-.-^c'; � ' j npHB iME,VlOiftS Mild ..SPBEC,H,ES. of, Sij itX,-.g4.Wy.PiU RQ�.l,LLY.,i,.t,l.li?,lHw"*)of Gumim^ns. ' !"Tiie'^ JfpEEC'flES of'THOlirAS *TjdRD . ERSKINB, �lWiifa|;.llretriBa^'iagarn�t: .GOi\ST'K?CTlV!E l"liBASOi>(. Tbi� iiifurmaliun helwdlB�iifeKiiliifcinB(l(W.Uiei�H*iti�lwril)!j; tkP       Si.ll.iwinr �ear.    lie. liad hranl W� i" �he W,t�o of , yiev� i" lavqiir iiie pr. leiisioiis    in--Mjn (iiasirr vfife<�rairfwi'i;k'fii(<.��fc3<.t'Veiitie-c-fftiifv iiifci^Wii. the Veiifiec-fftiifv �P*fpi IftAilUi^KiqLdiam'ryfliiar Suhscribiei^j'bnd -Uiterairy VeiNHDinended it to the most djstjn&iishcd.lMeiBn,cob-.4-IteiMpifipafediibyiilliemiQNl/Uf laitd^far prd�eBtlns d j�*PJtaWl�fi/'l|ll i'Um*i\a!nl tie Subscribers in Ihe country may depend on the tpeedy add �c�UV)}l��Ja�dlibi(H)rMch>�rd^a.aMbe^ thiky-pttetelto se^d' S�o the I^Sbtaryi.wterefti�?ir(Jvof,Ihe, terms iiwy,jbe;N4 ' 'M'^firt'S^v *. ,.-...i;i.�,..�M;.-�/.i. �...'! - :<^si�l^e'd:E8SENC&' i>e..,Wflrpp�|i^,fin4nll'ffi� j''?. Vutted Kiogdomg ; bi)t it cannot be genuine .unless .their ''    litoitf'affe-' io^^a/^iP'ib lli* KJW-i-ri^mfeiSf' Siai*lp',= i^iifchj is lifttwiil wr.lhejwrJ4;AlrHry,'b^ wUdeii; and �h�Tr alI'*WWa,^ to.'�e�'1�e:^Ktnfran*Qnc�n 'on tUfeiitbro6e;of:iEoBtend.v,Uy(py�-j�|rilf(d�r*".''-(i''-i**'*fy I'V'J' tuinrnin^ the stations .they,were culfrd upon to ]ill. On �(oUkine'al'iiiclpVVs'eiifBili^lti'oi|f1tf'�te *�i ' io''UDfucUinalelyi p|ai! ^P^;l^) bear ,.iii. rejiiembraucb . tb^ ''-"      �-�' ltpre''fte'look ;a r�Vaewib6Ml. (.'H!ki^^ �, 'I'p eve. of her reluro �gtlSSEX-To be SOLD by PRIVATE COT^J ' J2J-'T�AC1\ alL^itbnt-capital: FARM: �ud^JtiANdS,r, calleiH TH E; fTftiyiB, AS.Hi M aW,; ,tiM>�!t,^a|)ly,, pCo- ii'^i-i^'e(;;a .lepsB: from^ Micltasloias,, , 1,81,6,,a|Lt|ie,,y^^a,Jyj;ei^t.o/2m     _    ,^ ..S    ...,! ' ' furfuriiier pa'rticulars, aiid'ia treat for the piircli'ase, api. '� j,li;'io''ft�feWa;"BrA'Vidfeir, SiJiliks, Biiii'Reddish, sdlitjitdrs. Temple, where a PJan of:.tbe,Estale:inaybe:sfen. I .:i ll:iM�;, t iii iilin vfaiviyJiii in; t'-TkuSSES;-''' '^''�'�^ AU?i!;'l i ^ Icoi^queitti^.cT tlitJAttriflsTil !fcirtf;�jv�l;'ferfMt ^(l?J!lV""""" It melalli    . KPitblJe, fliaetfaiuS i,UtknHt\^i'j '   'or>:oy Ine must eoiment Snrgenns in towuniid country, �ua ' �*awnKi^awiiM�*ili4t5ttPWi�fc� ^ih!X'm.9 mmia-p efc' InSiireeons.audotbet�, v1h>nave proved their.good effe:ts. - - "Tii(>se rras^ Mv^ Ui-VA i^^ii;jt  t'^StUciilul �rt�mf*irejiee'; %7ii#;ll�rin� i 'i�uiijc(etXi.4ip'WarU>of3Xtyeaai uf k{xiKri8i.vet:tir�ciict).>iia casM' Vrespec'lfullv 8uKiii|t to the I'nW.c the SCHElliEl of ifie'l^E^'StAtE'LOTTERY of 5,60n Tirteti,' lb ibe-drawu in One Day,>lhe.3�ih-�jf THIS MONTHval�:sfer-^pg;JJffine^tI�V'rf ?�.; : 'bey; hftpe. will give .Kf:ncra| satisfaction, viz.- j �aip^iirtdfi^tawn'Motipy arfc'XS^^        ; -'2 ..........  ^oM�S. ', Pout, lif,this  Parish,, do .hewby certil     tiiitlfni; aiid.'tiliit^Ief!,ilfert'(JtfaW ft^l ^�riaWWJj^*- ;T,i8U.ii�f!tijii�.%j^ g67,2,09,, '^li'ffrsikiiU S^iionB- IC.fliOtJY.  GO0>DllU0Kv^inU Cu. 'df^'BanfcJbitildifig^r^ot^hnij i>ad,: I Chpji.ilg-cru�.ji. THlE itSSSENCE'trf' PEARL!aiirf;:PRAHL DENTIFRICE, invented hjr,|tlie,Jpt,e.,Ja?plj,H,eiiiel, Dentist to the Royal Family, have been priwed bylongjex-lJeriSnt�f|tf-i�'ei'Uyi-e�c�flitlofb 'hii dlegvceJ'andiefficacy, , every, piherj.preparat^onfor, 1(16; %K -. .Jiey ^______, _..... �iriigty:in'>Utte'!oP<3tbtB�i gwen \teg8.r^fiepeated. ^,�S*te)f^h8,lbc^4^lro^dl Jli�,pij!dj^unt, of ihejr woriby County Member, Mr. jLuVt"challenged the nllb'isler to' ^iib^jiiiflitile nine '� titlef 'vf' iW^ ^^ri'tttiice: B^aiost'bimtelf, or i" bf- CotHmodsv -iliitil-was Lll -put into,the l>�g.-(/{oa� of Za�5Wer)-.^Heliad,'ther?fuire| evef 8iiiG� had' M i'liilinHi�f,^')iiijfdr'ui^f:|re iit, hi| iiible woiM^^^ called c/iar irdnien, who T4l>�'a'red" at Vll work, jusi as ii fttii'ifnMo-tWeifibaniWiJ'.mwnioVd'' OtstWrrtjib teas a .n/auM.)r-;He railed niiiiself an .enemy of blasphemy, and a ^im^A Si' ih^''tati^^^b'&l>'fi)^' |Koiti/.:b'i-Ueiii^veBri.dee>i,' of gas ligljts, of steam,-� et>fide8r->�Ui,very,.-awful )fl )be(r-.,.w�y :,,lbey|i�d- likewise ,tlieir inw dfops for excepting criminaU.-{A laugh)-They liHiVilevTsiJJH'laoy'j(i{od-|Iilils*,' aiiil ibeii. HInisters' were'lie:-t^inilinir!to follaw:theiti jsith ii|�rtitioni,Vf :a very different ..cjuracter-s.uph^fiariijslanceih^ thought their ifxuiie selected for'ihe' aitiiinmni'i' of juslTce ii^ tHe'Qfftefeii^s casB,   He liear-4ilysei:oii(lfd (bkmu'tioal., ! [.,....'^|ie,t[;tJ^l^4^^jlJien,,pu^ the f)ues,tion o.n the Resolutions. One young gentleman uii ttte husiingsaloiiefaeld up bis liand 'a'^hViiJir tHekf'^^bar,' dn -ini^uiry,< he  p<)ii�|e/jrs.i�;i\f^of^Mr. Slierlir'l'aylor, who declareil lie would suffer no individual, uuiler ^i|y circunislapces, lu be molested. .....     . , j    . r . . '-Th)< Resbli|t4 ^Bpa Qvi,i>AjS.T, juu..poucarri:d in fli�rlaiini;ig any .party,views on.^lie jiresent i^crasion ; they were oiily pe'rfonn-' iiig'dn acV W'.fnly'ifnd' cniiini'urf jilstiee to>no oi>prci(sed v 4 Qu�e.u, iTbeylbad'flieariliof .onemistake in the . c^iileiiis of.a g);eea.jbag, and lie hoped that'the result ivoulil (irby^ Yhei'i %ag ab'riili^^ 1n Ibc'pireseut green bag, and that ' ' IhDyuTouJdinllimatrly iiud the irrong,:woman had been put ,W"ti'jTni!'^.1'^!{fl'^ff'*'?rr)T"^^""'^'�*'' proposing tile .Ali1 je>ly"� li)>lr �iil.;rct* ilte K�se''mai-, \)y V)i""'e''li"�-' ttiiUrtrt'tliase,: be'irih voiisliieriilile d'i'^r�i-'frnici^!it> �.�l.>.">e     _Jf? i.'^*l'*Ti.>'f.^M'f;^'?'.''!'!:'?" io defend in hie'freeexerrise.i^f t^hew^Jeiti^l r^^lKs .everv jle->criplinn  of his  Majt'sly'a'siihJ�.Vr*, ilUiy^llurefore  most ^iiimiily reqirrsl tlial ihe >tiiu>^ 'idi'-b'^ jiUa'rt-iJ lu'iliv. ci an iliijturfy iiilA-'ihese proceedings,, ami'will' lakeSsrtrh .ilr[>.i(:<� iii'ila.wisdom, aiiall seem nit el., and siicli as'ihc case .uf ilie Peliliuners demands ami deserves." bad,,oiic;e.4iaf.?j�iidj�|ih�j9�e,^ N^w,eiMie.r.tlie.M.jiiistfers , lliopghl, bei;guillj or iunocei)!. ,How then cunid tlieyilure -biitirlie'r,- ir|;6i1ly,'Hie-nii^bbb-ufiiioiitliiUin^^ber gii^   and lier revelry, jf-�b�;^.^bt?ji)e eii liegijilty,"-. Tlie head and fru(it of her offeudinK was then coming lo Eng-'Iana,"f6r,''if guilty, ^by-'tfiiVMYaiSttrffiifl^^ i�ipn4i.it.y;;ifiiV!iqceoiy ,tbe,a.iik^        '* forms no pa'rl of Ibe green bag system.   'This 'cbuise was in dii*c('lcJult^ivcuHbn''b"f feitlih'"laWj'*Wfcbi.irequiid jiot ! ipib�iSili>n 2s,;9i^.,'a,mii^t beimiWotv it'was'iajpossibie .,fftr,aM,Jjef�.0n^w,bfl;�ra.8;.n.u�-^^ l.hfj }lwect,�n�\ ojieii^ part she. bad acted; Sucb,ire Was peraiiaded^'was aUu:tbe' feelra(t" if'ii'e*ei'*'a^ Iherelmoreunaoirtiity^ than lliat which prevailed in bercase froin;,uiif!.en(t,yf|t^^ country 1^ the other, Jf, indeed, the pe'ople'cuuld on such aii oii^iitiii tamfeiy abd- iUly 1(/Ak*bh- at Hie: ^,mi Scenei rfll' Ibtfu- grtod.pli^eilBlisK fepliS�g8vtDna!.>eiWnie;, IheyjUtusl bfi. prepared to sit down as.-.sUyes, and Hut live us.fieemeu, and shew themselves w'ur'tby'oi^ (liii.'^'l.fw^Wnif itmi'jniii'rittiutiiih lw(itclhtheirjaiiGestdra; tbe�arniesl dssur^nce I }IW W(WW�>�#i ?�WffJ'M 1 Shc,fetl, loljd, ,1 liem,, Ihat, if fier persecutors aurceed,'tliey, the people, would ''lift'veMitili:reiiJii]A'W%o�l Mite^ lA^1ll|ef,U!U9li.qi�iiijf (�.hft'floey8t,W.f^ ..beeit.ajtlend.. ed with calamities.. Sbe.fyaudohenielf a 'fnrei'gner an one Efi'llisfcnirS'^Mif's&it      =tB^ex^mm^'iu^t'^I'h-iiibaiAli � who wuiiid be her comfort-rber sn|)pOf;|44.jitie:, pr(Uectifr...7. Were Iter exrieclalions reajiseU.?  She bad not been Jong liere'fcfenelerti�gacitizeiirto!seTve.th,emiii.;:Piirliament:; that Hie caudidHlfs-Moinuifted,for . Ib^fr .choice were Henry Grattan, Ks<|iiii-p','ai'i'd 'i^homBs'Ellisj EsqtiiVey Oiie'of the Mastera of 4&eii'isbCdurt,bf<;h)incpjry; that la,'considerable party feel. , ,i|i8 ��i}sexciifd ,pn. - both sides, ftnij.lhat .about, noun o.n the .2&'t,h uf^JXine' 'a scriffle arose between some of the electors ' aini ili^Wfrieiids; andlbe horse'pblice; that,some of the efec-;:tor8 aml!f''|f''.ds;�(fttjie:a9id,Hc.nrj,GrattaD beganNto applaud their   fayunrite   candidate,   lipon   wliich,   althungh :no tniiiAli oi-Viok'iitcUrre'd; ibe hVi^eS'Vbl'iie.charged theelec-i ^j�,�wl)be people,wMb.dra.imS�?9'ffeap.rtgtr,ock,two men in particular, cutting one of .them down, and inflicting a-'si^ve're'w'uudd     his'bd^d; 'tK^t-'b'pbti'lbis^JU'r. 'Robe|. 'rioJ,; oi, .and ifeigggdjhifli forcibly oitt,.of,,l,lie xiirr|ege, indj amidst the blows ini^icttd by. the. 'clubs of the'pdlicc -W^ritrbiiy aVl'dUli^ bfittiltuf'Yhe'^ldie'rs''ro^^ ()Viilli;iD)i1wq�;drag'gei|.'roria;diit9nceJof/ab9vit;M>>T>y:Ot forty yaj-ds, ami thfown into Ihe esul' of Newgate, without laoy �'cfiaf^e Wi4l8di'ver,'^^iiti:^4i'i.^Jben WnliDea=fufi'"iipvrkrdi of :twa;'li6br^i!lib^.'llts i&iewbDiq'Taio Bllmp(ed^;tu pro.. --- - �-------=-.....B 5 that seve. litruck dbi^ti' euilaagercd    that STATE OF ilikLdSn.'- [Fi;oni llie Dublin " Free.ifieiis Jmrij^l"} " When the Judecs shall meet after tl)i� Asir^es, I think it will be their niiauimuns 0|iiiiidu, tiii'it IrXlSitiFiraif m ver in a slate of greuler l'raulerir8 siiiil iil.ra-railicaUMi) of llie factiiiiii w li.clr lius, so- luiii; di>iuil>cd,:lhi� .cii.y--liow jlclij;tnriil li> l-nnt frmn tl-.�i little Hilary nrp.iia.iu.which iy� Imveiliftfirino Iniiij eiigHi^eil, to the. tlu*rinfj,a,iKl comforijililj; .mu-ils. iif llie LeariittI JiiiiKe,- wliiqii ive llave ii|iH.-in| at. llie heart v>ftlii� article. J    ,  , The. o|>i|iioM- of his-Lordnlilp is corroboratetl and c-oiitirriieid by ii.vi�w of the As'ize luifUigenct-. which has reached this oflici; frum fvfry qiiurirr of the coiititiy. \Ve: �lu>ll eiidrHSOur tit (iiit our readers in posse^siuii uf tli^ fact!, on w|iicli;Wf ffrnmid our roiivictioii of tke general ilale i>f tramjiiiUili/ whi.th-prev-aila everywhere. ''CoDIfTY Eilkenny.- Ih his -adilVei* fit the Clraiul Jury of Klllteiiuy.,' tJfrjeaiit vBuRT.O'N, thf j�o'iii|^-3cKlge of theCoiiii'iyj uiiverledv itftvrni-. of cohg>�tnlati�vn,-V to lhe>bght>nri� of the-Caleml-jr, -wbich. ijvtiit be Ittkeit a�5 a cuncliiiqivv pfonf of the tranquillizfd culidilioii uf tile county." - After some other 6b! -ohxerved, with'regard to thi; general distress, that-circam-atatices had reeei>t4y occurred j, which rendered - liie observance of strict ecoiioni}\ imperalive." City of Kilkenny.-Similar language was held by Baron M'Clei.land to the Grand Jury of the City of Kilkenny- . " He congratulated them on the tranquil stale of the rily, ns evincedby the calendar before him. which cumprised �i> few cases of offence, and those not of an rnormuiisi cliitrar-ter. The business of the Grand Jury wuulil be uf as .light a nature in every other deparlmenl of their iliily as iu [hat whirb regjrded the disposal of bills of indiclnieiit.V County Tipperary.-Baron  1V1'Cleli,and, in addressing the Grand Jury, said- " He felt pleasure in observing, that the calendar was comparatively light, and that the peace of iht ruuiity funned s., siriking a contrast w'iih the violence of past times. Havm ner occasions." City of VVaterfoud.- Baron M't'LETi-ANd remarked that the number of |irisniiers on the calendar was extremely iiinalI, and all of them for veiy trifling offence^. County. WATEBPaRD.-Baron M'Clelland, addressing the Grand Jury, " Declared himself happy in being able lo ciingral'iilaje them on the very peaceable state of Ihe county, wliiijli, oi far as he could infer from ihe. caleudar before him, was re. inarkably free from crimes of any magnitude, and presented nothing more for their investigotien thanJwbat in.igbt-iiaJtii> rally be expected even in the best regnlated stale.iif sqcieLy. On that point, tberefure, their attention wunid be\)cru|ii�d but fur a very short time, and he fell it uun'ecrBsa�y lo'irou-ble them.withaoy obser-vatiuiis on tbis.part.v( their dny, as their own experience would be a sulBcieiit giiide" for them, without any recuininendafiou from bim.*^ - i  ..       > Queen's County.-Lord NoHBURy=c��gra:u-laled tlietu on the [leuceableand loinfurtjibte �iua-lipn of the cnuiitry,. while-. *' He lamented the absence of the; County Rrpresentaiives; be was certain they would rrjuice to hear of our iituatiuu- yet those gentleiden were notwilbuut- their; own cares, fur ardent and important duties bad, durin.s.the last Session, devolved on iiuth Hunses of Parliirii'ieiil.' Thnngb Ireland runld-iiot boast of a HarliamenI, .we.yei enjoyed all the hle.i-siugs of our glorious Cunslituliuii-ue bad a Grand Jury i,i guard the public peace, and satisfy the' culintry that they were not only its best protectors, but ever ready lo attend t,i the .wishes and cuinfurts uf the poorest amongst them; fur tliose blessings which reflected the highest hunour and credit on lhem,'iii the abseiice of Ihe other gentlemen who compose the Grated Panel of the county, the Gelitlemen of the Jury �night lhauk. themselves.. Al'ier passing ajust and well, merited euluginm on tlie Higli'Sheriff, for his co.hduct dur. log thi: lute elect ion, his Lordship direcleil their aiteuHon lu tlie,compfusaliuo to which he wifs entitled under Ihe new Act uf Parliament, and wuticertain that in their disposal t-f Ihe-'pubtic iiiutiey, ecouonry, frugality, and justice, wiiuld .be equally :|ceptill view, . The Sheriff .was certainly euiitbil tufair remuncratiou, but they should watch that he incurred n6 idfi? Ur'iiGelesi Cxpeiise. 'Thiscimuiy had received great impjpovjgment -since his: Lordship .was here before, paiiin;. |jr|yby.the,ne.Hr bridgeBcruss the Barrow, got up in so niuv. terty a sty1e,'and whicfi was cbinidenceit by Ibi" late Mr. tini^aH->a.'mau'tabii8finamebaabi�u.iiieniifi>�i Kith every act wbich could render service tu bis country, and whose   

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