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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 21, 1820, London, Middlesex                                s T ua�w.      '  .............     ' EXCfJAWGE 'NO ROBBERY ^ M/s^JtTai^yn, Mies Uigb, "'nVrludeor S ThfePrincIpaf iSfikraclcra By ftlrtsirs 'tiSton, Terrf, ton. ;Mr�faii^'anani.'ibmbs, , l^OiM.Beur^^^r^.Copjy^lrX: 1:^(1; Julm.-Mrs.-C.Keint>l^.v I To cotrcliitte xith Uie Cqnif[ui-nt Srtrit   i< ' ,|  ^FI�cei-fdr ilre 'tolU^,.-^Pl!aTnMln.j-MGarr4cl{,,Mrv.n'reDcb� :''^j;a{Jt^^;AlfSf .j^�J)yv;.'iMWi)uaie(iei^ MitaiLovej .PoH^ Carrw..  i    t , - rr':Ch!ii'Van%inP{ Mr.; iTtlP-^ooke^ C^dyfHarcareJ.BJrs     SrCballerley, Upda, BJtts^yc; 1AJHett^Ii�B V^orgoiau     i Ciaf�$t{ln,J� tb^KPc^tna-Ruli>r�ir, Air 3% P� Cooke} -B<*npWi JB*^"Psrt|^,!tKi'/"J'�, Mr Ptarmwi, n|cSwill, !Wr< Ha!:lgr..-,ija^,4|l�r^r^, Mr;, W S Cballtricj5 Bridger, i 1^ Lcwrchide WilJi^r firatitimey �an intirely uewi' Farciv in. Iwo HHANG* tONC j Or, BOW-afillARKABfeE' ' : x-Manqui-i'ile CJialinon,':il�rrf$;:P; C okeq!i.|HT�'ifeo a(r < Moriiikir, i lUlr Ls^oa^erf Zedrbiab Feri'el,'Mr/WilkiniOw;!'3^moUiyiJVIr. fi�'l ''.MrsrRalti. taftat, iMr�:.Grove^r!eis(rav,Miss Lace:;uS4i>Bir,:MT�'.>:P^iiilar : (frKin- lhe.'i;c�iburaagh �atreji'1icriiint�a^(earaa^e �iu a I^tiiilon alage) (    � - '      i ;:I>aOTS upen-ai. Malf>|>a*t SiXj aAd'lbe:,P^rfAriiiaiice iQ.beJ giir St Seven a   c ^ vPrtrale Buse8>tnay/tie!-had-Diehtty:of..Mr,.5tes'enM>D,.of wkora Plac>�are1�ihe;lalcen^-Bl ihe Box OffifeiStrand^En-iTAiice, from T^itilll Tour        ^      , ?rhB-^nijiW' wilt* be vreiicaled every evening fill ToHlier-iiotirc   ^ '� ' A ueif .  , Q anU W, B.\VliataW^, , and,'E^�rdaand|fn',^b.    , i     ' iiayo'P/Medfo man, filurat,        " 'TJ�^aday:i�'pubIisbed,>in;iooUca4i8v^;.wilh>\^od'C�is, price .4s.:hoard;,4'^e.uri^dition,:being the.Fuurteentb^jDf rW\ti.Er fKU^il^A'S  BOY', a feMr4 'Pqep,. X        i, JBksBPBERT BLOOUFi�|.D, L Lffa^on. Printed fq* Lotiguian, Hur^i, Ree�, Ocroe, pnd '�o.4'�r^jCo�f leiiudCo'.V'EcjiTarda and Knibb;inad i. Brouker. ^y->vb)ii!>,-atRDiai-e pubt�h<;d,iby tlueaame^AaUi^rt n h BURAi:. 1 ALES, BALLAD:^>orlBhili1y! �of-sfre'lairffpeculiar'actfuracy-,' witb'unastiat^ bulJuess--of 'tjTi^if'^nd'Ap&uiy of'Vrinliitg^:Uiii�'Sup|>lyine an:'ia>f>orlaot 'deirdt^ttiUFiOithiii pdlrlicalardeparlnii'ni of liternturQ.'.->. '��'Tb0 bigli-reifUlBlKin wbicb'thig UiMioilary- bas an|iiii�d ^lhrou|tbtfal lbe)^MioeDl:af>>Eiirope,'^iiidueed>ib'e' Edilorlo^ 'j>reWiitil;:4n its'^seut Hitpifev�*8tsi*i to jbe;Hoiioe,o�-ibe, - Wilisb PoWit;?-' Tbe vi>liiiiSei Words, toore ittalPaHy  r ;preKeatt}>R>&&T, WhUNEsDAY. JVEXT,  August 23, .; wilJl be^ piifomied ^or ibe first tijne-tWs.'seasoii^ 'JSbendau's Comedy of THE RIVALS.    * Sir Antbniiy AbsMafe, Mr Terry, Captain' 4bsoIutei Mr Joiirif, FailIklai(d,1Hr C Kfeirtbit, Acres^ irtr Likfon, iir lut-ins O'Triggir, IHr Connor, Fag, Mf B>m-n�i'isliin,in'hD jiriil.iinl^adnce.tife^ 8oppv,ofv",,AhJ >>ide ^osi; Nose,;? /.BosciiiK AU^rosif ;{^rst' time), 'Mr. Farlej, ,B�)lph Uempsred,  Mr, ^. l^usaell 'Bli�ia,'AIi8s>Leigb:;,lU.rs,.Mnuseri.,ajrs.(^onnor. ,v.v. '., 'i Tttkew to.Jie bad of Mrs. 6Jibb�,,No; &;^I^iios.place, .!^l^hun*tcrrruad'; ;and.of MT^.nt^ssingbatnj.at: th^Tbealre, , �wber�(,pl�c ^^be if^leiiliop ofsibe^uUiCfijUKpur.^:; . ci�siA^..>Kbat.ilif;;,);<}ncJ9VeiDd;'^irs*nbatitJ^e,. � TliaC�Hniie,'',hm_,WiljottUpiiy JJiiptf or_.A.Mr*��7-some. �" Burgesfc'a &j{rpw^jpffriive'''�y'��*'~V��^W � Bjirg"**V' ni.d,m!iijy^nj-^,�itSoqt -Mdress..,,,; ^.   ?.i.n^,.,,f�>n.fw * 1 JOH^ atURGlfeSS.aiiji,?^- '        "      "---- .hiiiiuurc.d.wi^ljSuc^; . - --ssmiioient.oiorewert..............,......,....., . , iKu .heto iji vi^�VM$!i�#rf^ft'"�MftH"SN�^sf?'*�- v.e.m.m�n.jr�}i8ana itli�tD,at  Sadcer- Likew)?p. Jjj the i>�m^ Ain)u>f, price 6i> THE* OBOPT CLATJSCS'^ out OF THE BILL AGAIJiSr THE QU^EEK For Wx AtlorneJ-JGeoeral-to perustf anil set'tit, wii^�;^cfre�bpr. *" .;A}'�9',,>P!'tce.6d.':(vrry.hAnd80mtly printed) "Hoqa's fine " Ediiion of T^B QUEEWs LEtTER TO THE KING. TO T�E PUBLIC IiTiS'S coimnniiv.^but.verv.inst ob&prvalloB, that ' he'whu'firsl'luses .bis temper in en ^argument, la be tbst V lia�;tberwdrsi of it.: .Mr. BlsttjaheCoiilractor. for ;lb6 pre. "seirt'LMterv, liairchargeilrmEwith mulisnaiit .feeliiigBiniid fudelitsoniievfalseboods.'. .Tlieifirst., jresis. Only npon.l>i^!Mtrn si�ssernon>,''.ibe!otfaer be tiasiuutfa^eenable to point, uui.^..';. ' ! AIIOth tne,ithen,'frt*tkf Mr. Bisaip/iere I have: published a/ill**/*!)*/. lI�.it!.�Tf4|�filio6ri,:.^bat.o�l of ALI. the.&,60a 'Frcke1s,':�bich the Lottery coHtains,' there are.iOnl9: lhanf..'t> dld;^ >Bul:if the: Publicwisb In kiiow;on, whom the chavgeiofifaliebfiod 'justly iie8i.:lel;tbem: cosnpaVe the Con-itractorV Scberoe .wiili-xhe iXiizetie.: �.I- deny thatnl^have ''�a{3 l~vivjauld^'op|iose any. iLotlery fonwhicli Mr^Bisa might-'be-thel'fCoBlraclor;- Butc.Ihe;-Public in, pily .atill make.-'  in)VOhl�c<, atid;4-&mioot<3tar^bevileterreil;fcum.'imy 1 purpuse by:PitiTATfi ^Taae4.exiii�;lihallcoiHiiiueto;rdwe--B:irnr�(i>iff.ro�e�..! -..j.-. j,-l>aiiiiTbeP^iicf8 0bediailisodirai/te�'ifaeion|y t^Vth^ iLTr witlt^i >,� ijas^iog the jBjlJ to lot^er to ^nn^ii:(''attetnpt- tn^TctiUirate^.-Uhis) sap.^ posed crinnrnii cot^ducti ^Wen,''�ifteto,'^^ �ltat b^ now occurred to insike. this: y,indijcattpn'.^ ii.f 'the P(�rh3meiit ?o , tiegesiary/yir^ieuiil^s'in^Uer Vconi-pletined - of'was to be. allowed'.-to^i^exist: so freely abroa'l?   There -had   been! na>'-attempts ta.disi turb the courieof thil �ondncl'i''Whliih''was 6o� alleged to require, vtndicirtton.: \-Iyi ^rtbe r,pf^p'o4 sals winch biid,,been made tq:.ihe j^iwenjof Juie, theretv^siiomeution of.any-:couaitioii.caliiug, pij ihe^QueeiriO rilterher-coiuiacty^nr: makenew ireg'u* tatluiiB of her household-*9lie' wiiif iibi' ev6ii to dis-nuss Bergaini from li^r Service. "Tliei^e^were iiocp)i.f dtliQiis ot .auy.�or\.insisted upon fufr.t|ii!^.tn(^j-i^^ ;duoce'Of.iier ooijkdat;!.., iHe 4jerBistt!d;in,i^) %tteittp�;iM^ to'cause an alteration tif ber:coitdacti?,^ *Phejfe'\f^.r|! mos( extraordinary metho^Isof ;viiiciijt^a)ingYtlic;,Ty^ flour of'theiiaiion.  it .dppeaced-tw, hitb tha.t .siirh a plea was mete pretence, 'und. that'it^was jierfeci ly false to 8ay that the'Bill wii� nWeseat'y'fot'viiidicht-ing the' cuuiitfy, when.'iVfinisjers had' ^efure'^roved ,lhat,they*\vefe,:ready.to allpwtJ^^ainesMiies wMcji were now 8tateil,:to -.be su dt8guslu!g,^:4p, lie coiiti-UHed withoQt limitations r:AB'loiigji^8,the Cfueeh remained ^broadi'her gmtt was to'b^Ciouiitenyi^eti, h�r alleged crimes alloyved^ impuin^;|\^'iras'j)r^^^^ as-long as the.- pifeucii,^jusi^ij^,. .^It|p^* |f .sKei'bad Jweii guilty,- shje:,mu|it qsasesuto stifJettdsTrrWlJeij coiidnct could viiidit;ation'.^wbeii her Majesty came taEViglaiiili'wbvye'htfr siipposeid �aniinfeiTOi',-�^mBiiljy.,r<:,Hp Cs*i ;^e^cfed.:that� :hTS tb ,5t;K/j.�.'^.e|e!;F/^|4frf*|^      r" dtns-heh8d:Imdv il^a~ $:e>i]^ ^j(fi]e�.Bi�^h6, gaye itBsa^rea^o ron>|itscinj^.�bout->(henC^^hent�uailerf.dF'flcu1 ties and objectious m the way of tmfjeachmerit^and they fetive the ure-jfjgrence entirely to the ipo|Je' of p^ocei-ding by Bill. :.TIns might:, hav^:Ijieeik.v.fry i.ea- el for a- legal adviserTTto'.gi4.-e to his employers, '.bat it was most eSiTaortiiuary argument ; tn^iofFer  to Iheii" Lordshlpir, Wlwwere to be-the Jod^s and Jurors on ttie'questict".    Itt might have done well-,?nongh fpr. la�yei-8 tit. say to...those  who i^hired. them in.ipnvjlie,; that thev,. thought tiie niode of pmceedtiig" by 'Britjby tar-tliS most se-eiJHfef way :of ptosrtUiffig^tfiStt the accuserf-wonhl ilw^piore eusiiy. come ti,t by Bill tha,n by iraiieach-sAteot-that It ?,aulil.be a, tfacfrt (rasyphiu ofobtdiu-mg the end in view, to adnpt those furit^s ot-lustice � 'nlrWhith the esseiitewfts- most-wanting..   But, ui' fVuth, what other objection was there to BtUs ofjPams and PeaaUieR: <{iqn ^that,of their wanting the; euaeutwl. .charftcteostKs . o/ .jii^Ucif ?., In ther Bill-passed by that House agiinst Lord -Straf-'^v^j tihfi'memoryof'Whicli-Was'.feltby'their Lord-i^pfisf to. be dtsgraeefriliv,the objeetioo'was, that ihtobgh the fiinns'ofjtisttue'were observed, justice Itself .was vioJatetiv.'^jThe .Bill war; jn; that; case passed. faepatiitPjJhe Wtttn.nas notjt�all cr^�riig,,1�h^iiBl�,Sri5nay judge from Ibe few Tic^fts they h3ve4ak�n,Jtliwr�are loisera^Jy^oii tlie^dec|i,ije^ whether ib)� IM J�"''"!*''�*^:�i'^'''^"'*'"'<':'P'�'l^^ CARROLU HjAiAR.p. nnd Co, were^tbe Cui^lrarlors for . jh? L/l(t,i;jtOi3'liIlY (t^nrf J wuk (0 ta^novona vll^ey hav hi8-^lunding^theiiv it- was stiiBt: this disco^ .yfiry fopk '^|ilat;e'^of^^'the-'of'-vtndxiatii^ tl,ig|,hQnour ,0f;^tlje^GoTerii^^ .nattpn. There � was'.petrect,,Hnpuiiiiy:wh^^^^^       offencck jcoiittiiued..wliej);hli'i�?iw4(:Uipu itlielt..,l.i�'d�hi[?8: iWefe'iJ Brsi: ciillt'd?* onv .to^ ^Imik'^iofin ptjnishment. The' BilJ'-stated iliat.':WgreBt"^1nai'*:^*^^^ beeii C0iniaiUi^dViand.:^^gr*Bt;�if�pdal'*!en8^edj' �l^ on.lhut; accQ�Bt,.;liei:,M�Jfi4.tj; WAij-i^^ from her Tanikj'and to rpjt&it-all the figr>t oi�he^.'dtitltoiras^aeen;oltthete'i^allQas;'^^ wished to U,no'w if tM�'were'i|le'cei8'Sii>^46 fiatffcfy tliej �ro6^;fe�iri?g4;'tffi^coUiilj!y'rr^ public i^qrala i./iprxioti^g^'^aijiriU'^, Xji^juiyJ 'oiie^pretenftthw t> iikW^ittw^cayc,?. ilf lit-.wer.e sajdj' ' that tifcttorot&thngnof the �duntry wtere woiqid-^ed by ^hiD3a%J�]^^,!wiB4ti*^^^ by^ oatiuait�gftt�� kn~d the pdvAinliig^g,ia])oiht^ofrr^ciht^�i of.JiroceeHing by fe|](l,;vt.lotdcr4a^^..:^natleOTpJ..to. circumscribe the.'.powet�> aP.ihe H �<�) to-ifetter !jis.!prpceei}iiij;s, to-'Coa,tijM:t iTievlatttude'Pf H8 funirtions. - It bail been'asierfed; that impeachmenf couldj-pnly ponish Ibyjdeafcof bsnishmeiit. U seea�e t�iisuiBhed proudly by the .stntitnOS" and solemnity of  ns3)^>ly |>e pjlacef^. '�'iipi'r..8trici atjeuHpn. ti)..tlie-.priiicip(i;K..of.,ju.''iice which was the gloryiand disimc-tioii:Qftrld- Jm�ki"ng.^ sof.;:b.. new law. When he was' loKl'n1h8t"=fherje~-wa�' no other Way ^left^'foPthetp-'jmjceedmgr^^^ this Billj'he could'iipt but'.^uW th�f:a'ise?tTon. He lopk It foi^^tftiied^'^lhtt sijcL -il BjU bughi to Imve 111:prospk!j^8tim�ipbJ�i,-t ofrpublic,benefit,, or public usefulAegs.i-'.i^.tJl'i^M.ayT'ftpne .teir,Ium,.ihat there .>COU;lai:::ll^.�^el)t,^  object -by-l^^g^te to procMd nti enatsting a pd�f>/ac*/Llif : 'It .S^i'^mk^shiVr i.r?Mia^iri:| to SBji; *bat JJn^y, i�U9tvJ�owed iji njakine a �ew Jawi W,l--~ wt---1--�.   tVbbllt> fa^iat^'fur the BUI iK-furc llie Hulis& to pass into a. ili:��;'.'n', '>.�!: < .  :i: v    , :    . - '    , .).'.Thfcil^iM!l'�f tLiT.EftPooi. sta'etl     tiitention lo ' .pra^)oli�v-'a�aa HnteiKiinrnti: thut       A^ whether piiy prof-jceediiig oughff tn.'bi� iiisiiJulfd   - AniI,'Sfccon�fJy^ iwbethori thut' wbii;ii>h�dbeeu.<:bofe� waaihe pretrr-9blfr^S�im'se^ ":AiaiimiijgLXiied, iliat mlulieiy cbaig'-d auHiiisl the Queen was not high treason; and udiii-terv was tiot an offence by tlie roniinoji Ihw, hut merely a: ctvii mjurv.    1 bis, ITe o!)sei-ved, whs � seiious drfect In .ihe luw:; and, llieiefore, a- nient-ber-uf-lli�t House   h'.id piopused to brnij;   in ii .Bill rectifying that defect.   However,, as tiie law .stood, there wBs no nlixli; �� proceedinz applicable to the alleged adulterv-tjt the Queen but a HilJ of -Pdinsand Penalties,      here .were,so many diflicut--ties belonging to--a'proceeding by iinpeachinem, that the present Bill became absolutely necessai-y. -Under the Consflitution.-impeachiuents were Oi.iv -upplieable  to uffeiicrS'-tnwt were   liliiictabi^,   8:3 every oHvnce contra bonos mores was; jjuder, ilri common l-.iw, of England,' but the Le^T'slauire h-dil provided- at^uiiist the adultery of the Queen, and pronounced, it hlj^h treason,   [t hiid b eu in substance allowed that an imijeachnient ciiuld, not be mtifiitained fur acts dune by a peison who did net bear a- public character.     The acts wliicii were stated \a the preamrhle of       Bill were aliened tobave been commuted by the iilus t her, stiU  she woal>i nut impeachable, as the' acts were done when she wia a private individual, to whose chiiracier no dutie-d or pMviIegps attaches.   The ne.\t point he should allude: to. was, thai sufippaing the Quern wus im-peafhed, suppos'iufi the case-weie made nut, hu-^f would itlie'i' Lordships then de-al with hi-r      1 Iters was no limitdiiOn to the jurtici'dl jiower of th<-Ho}ue; iKey had imposed hues, and inR-cred ihe .puiHsljment  of  raipiisonmerit   to   an   iiMliuiittd extent.; Ihey had even banished-nay, there werr Cases in which ihey- had dejjiaded individuals. - Degradation would, in tin�< case-, he ofKfoubtedly ^lle proper punishment.-   Yer, it was matter .of dpubt wheihejr.they, could deprive the Queen of her legal rights, without an Act of Pmliameni. They misiht attempt to exerci':q;$i; bai}-�0Bi^t�i^^4il�i,�I{ey sjiaold 'haveiipad*^     thejt?-innid� -HgHB W all, to'proViied'Vir'not t� p^iceed : ::|�ttiJ'lMflW4li*h|�wiy brougbt^tt>::�        ^oti^eru- .��>f >/, t>��|�.^'Se *''^e"
                            

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