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   British Press (Newspaper) - September 18, 1820, London, Middlesex                                ~    ' ......................iWi,ya!vyA^j)TiJa.i!njjl^ ''!v>>l':;�gi.*1�>T;>!<; Lucjr.Berlrami M/si-iSanrtckj E}or�, Sirs; Batser-i^^MegMer-nhes, Mrs. Oaltoily ... .L;Afler which, the Farce of ? ^OaTtrJJE'S FR,bLK3, ' Robid ]loiigbUead,~'4tfr. Oxberrj^, SqAcks, Mr. Willi4�REesr.6s.u.pitv3s.--First Gallery, 2s>-Second iCJallery, Is.     " "      " Second Price-Bb^fi, 3*.--Pit,i�. 6dj-k.Firsl IJaKefy/la �^ceoud Gallery,"^  Ki(l..cetipiBeoce.)every.EveniQg precisely:at KinetfCtock. -' Places^ for tbe Boises to be taken of Mr. Massiagbam, at ' tbe-Thwitre. ; i-A.>PiiVAe�tly 'excel, both m "elegance aiid effi(:acyi tvery other prtpafalion'Tor. the''Teefh BattGuins ;-�I(eyefi. : fectttally preserve tUfe Teeth (ua:�9iiiMl-s�aie e.vi!irrtfflelllii- WrtlB, " J.^emct, Bl*yl?y �ii�l, Bleif�!j^ckspur.st>-sct," engi'^jetl lutheStupfiD   Prict2�, 9d-each ,        i BATLEY's n-RO^fiSSEN riAli SA1.T ot EEMON^, ftfi>ta|(iog1f|kSp{it^li9dS(aiti8opt,efjLa$e�qdfiIi|(>f 'iW "   "  "      "    " Also'hU-SCOVKfNtii *ilfci Sluff,i.�WiHfin.^   ^       . . VERITABLE jP9|�M^PP ^)i!Kl^E, l!r|ce,3,,^ 6d. tl�t-flats. \ ' Sold, Wb61��l�rT�nd-Bftail^ bgrB'^Iey JrndjB)**, Ber-1 .......!K. >e;^efttbaf^ourl�ewiirtby.R^rjU�pfaUSf ip ParljiwMH, Jasjeasfl^ipbi^ }��Sd Mmo^.U jmy iTotyiipt t^Jp^�a^9;if{tnt.;a SpqpsiipttBftWCMi jrijb ,ji)y dc, temlnatioftliulwUnf sffwngiinys^fl,^ CSftgi^^lc^fiir l]>f. R^esenlati5nojyb6Cmiii)y,^H%pf?jem,^Ccpsion,i, , Olie slaif .jOf^ntV he?l�b) fpr snmp5f,me pjfi, dias Micspa. citoted me,fnaj9,att^dtjigiiuy]u}y'jn;ear4Lain4!n{ wUbilha^ r�gola;ilv^]irbi):bit,Mi^^* re4t�abs<;rv^r and, �i}dw SW* �rc�i^i^^ff� |^�|^ftjd n9tL     ,      , ^       j , .1 ,bare:grea|;5legi^re:iir:ava!bng mynelf fl.f.tbtf oppQj-ln. li.'y tp.expre^ray{Cp}dialand il,.ackno�tlcd,gnrept( to ibosa, Freeholders, who >(iai;e.so, baDd^onielysupporled.fpy pretensions, and ? bq},(o stsiiire them fh(it, i|lhuugh I ffiui re^i^;, fortbe preieiit,-,lhe.|Patlerio&pr U>eci;of the huninqr of .repretei.i|.iog,ipy^nativeCifnnty, wjiif h ibeinl^iHdneas.bad pla Riy .>iew^ ,I,canrjiever furget^ihe. j>b|igtvtion� Ihey have Ijiidme.uiider. . - :     j,......^  , ;  j .. '    1   ......IhSTeJhe.bononr to be,,.Gentlemen,' .....^     . .-      .....Your failhful.audobedient.Servant,   ... , Edinburgh,                          ^JHAKLES^FUR^ES, lUhSeptemb^j.1839.. .. .................... TO THE. PROPRIETORS: OF EAST.JNDIA STOCj:. LADIES.AIw'GEliTLEIItEjr, > I 'A VACANCY in the DIREefFION'^having ,, �%. 'Agalti bceii Xcresied by the iraly lamghiabte 4ciur. reuce of fSir Alcxafidep^AllafuVdeeeaBei;?! propose tt^Mcdftd [j ^itnerostaudlorlrafd'aai'Candidat^'fur the hOu&ur Off ydur: Irbbice _ , ! r ^^.The natnti of 4ny pr^leoeions^io that bonblirlia* already :bren au-fficieiiity tjiadeknotrntoyouj Ijshall,'-tiii'):eforrY An this Oi^casion^ AtereTy-repeat the asiiurance, that in'theWvieot of my sudct^ss,: 1 siiaU'empluv' my exertions' \^ifb habitual zeiit to priJmut(rtfl6jaieredts'o^ i>i-�o>e,W)Jh4irf�tK5spept, j '    ^ ,1 *,JUid}etf and Genflejnen,      , "T.jJAurilwatitdied^cntand.faitbrul.,^^^ j N B �DillONSTO�f� : Portland-placei Sept. I&j I^JJO.^. ,. ......,      ,   � - N.Bv-Mr. Edmtfaii^B.OoiDmiltees^ Will -teeef.vTBJSl DAT.at Ten o'CloEk;ini;the(Loiidon-.TavenwiBiSbopsg8lB.j .etreeli wbeabis frieuda'are earnestly-.eptreateditbratteod^^^ j ..UNDERTHE, PATRONAGE OEO-HE RQyAL. � i ^     FAMILY. , 1 ^PENED, nt No. 147, Strand (near Somerset j -sUF  House), �legant:and extensive. WAREHOUSES iur: .|be?whole8ale..andiretail.:Oi8posal of URLING'S/LAGE>ito :>whidi Ihr. FashioaablerWorldriB^respcctfuJIymviled.,;'.!! G.:.F.' Cu>'gi'alcrtilly;acknowledge: 392^';Slrandi indispensable:'/.'I.I.:may\be proper^ ilo?reniark, thatG>'E.-:U:a�d:Co: hav�.-the exdu^ive^Patent-i .:rightito manufacture/ ihisi celebrated article; lliat-qoiolheri LacewiUremain,pl!rfectly-elearBnerrepealed washmgjilbat-; itfja-sealed iwilhthb .Patentees?.jiiilaaJsr':G.-F;U. and Co.! landitfae'Words'.'.by: l)ie;Queen's!aalhoriiy,'7.i'aod .can..0Qly us.lmiiationa;ofiPoiai,:BrusseIn,--andlathec:�oreign: Styles^' witb.every Description of. Lace on the.uevpriuciple.;  .BURGESS": ESSENCE OF; ANCHOVIES.-  i rrivi<.--JWarebousei';I.07i'�trand,' corner oMhe-Savdy-iitpps^-'  I yii Tjoudooj JFOHN BURGESS �ii.  ... " .War�b'tfHSe,'ro7j'Siraml', corner Of' the '^aipoy-sfepB,'- Lon^  ''(1'-he'Qi-ij;iDBl-=Ftsh-Sauce'\Vai-eho^e'.}   :; "�i:''i:r: 74J?i^ � --tif J. 1^ .'.mi, u C - ' 'II -I iW-i\J,'.'iU\i.si> ...,j'.j^,>lKi^.''137i^niut;i .tilt.    j .-tfT^' -*a?ffi�ft"WWflrtnShij.! fly (1>^ liottfsCi^liiMiUm ajipfiintrd ' SetMliC.;i>tMif(tet f6 ^ *iiA$air*ini'%n|}dtfie%estr' 'fi�j)Sipcl'ro:the iiyst^ot rro6|lb^satite^iive,to ij siibilli�-|li^!i^eii  int^AeiiouB'of the 4louse,"')o:ius  /. � itt^^^^^ tiop or'hei^y io�'l^iod fronj F�rei|il Slates, i!i of �comirtr4tit'ely-'ricfent"datBiiBnd'''rfoe�' -not':ftppeaJ-'to' fiaVeI 'fiormid a- part-Jif'tbecomtnsrci^a^ >cnloai8l''p6ffi7 ^flhel coUntry>revrdufft�ibe'late'>Mr' Till lb yekr1S09, little' 'tof'DO'dUlyli'ad btea^^mpdiied -u'poli^tbe'Tarioutipe^iis'of Uiaib        1    ' ThC' Cumml((eer:hav.e nut,.>theceCDTe,):ftl(:;tbat (here:Jx-: .leted >any:circuinslance;!Conii6cted-wiib-'the:perTod during' ,lv|ilch,':nr(he.,piirposea.fur'nhtciti;tbcsedUlie8 badibeen im>: .pusrd,.iwbicb-cottld precludea1iem,�r;could'preclodi2:PaTjia'' =mfnt,jsfterr1be.>cqlorn-uf,'a.genenilpeace,:.{n>]n.'cOnsideniig: so important a question 'as l1ie;fulure rrgulalian'..of:this:es. ^ntial;brBncb,of commerce,;wtth-.a:view'to.lhe permaoent: mler^sljS alfdgeueral.prq^erlt^.a^.1lleempire,. ... . . Uuder.tbis inipres8ion,7.they.bave.t^onght it their doty: to asceMfliii-ftom.perapn^ b;st enaWed tiOJpeafc froni experience upon llMise nutoepls.-T-'   ,  < t     j ^ | ,. FirGiv.:(he.comparatiye-qtta]|t^^a,of'.wood.^iinpqrted fropii the .diff�/enl |vorts,io.ahe.BoHb:,of, Europe, and .from.the Korth.Ainerican..Colqnie4tv.-.,,'.-..j; . i.-i.. ': ;.:f :r    . \. \ tiecoud-,;the. <^niparat|ve�]aci(ily and fXheapnesa- of.:the supplythese.di^e^t; sj]f6U)K^C�ftfi(itlee''a�i�t ''TetHf ibV^tmMetiuJ^^a faiia't^rflieir inqunry,�llrich''Iia* beeniM-fdreesmce the ~ye)[^rl809;'dUd'rurtKer>H);(ed irpoo jAi tubs�4nen( yeifr*, has frnWimi' fae^it''ilie^'tiKAtW'of 'Hidactog'&'intireritejttm use  ratBi^e -VQiM bave:oc�M!�ned) of �aijBdi tuHii sAljeel tbfe:''u1aeeU6tt*'t�4i]i:b>.are'vttklcd' (o attend 4(. -Sn -sbip-. buildiiig;it baa also'-fawen^iilorei^employed than'ftrM^rly:; ^nO^ ;lh'e CoUmiKee Jtave-- iuserled'.. ail' account' ddivkred Ih: by -Sir .Kdhert Seppiag!>^'of-littrvcomparatire-ditration H>f �fngaTeB-'bu'ill "bf CahadB fir^'^iaia of fir frortr' the oorlh'ufEiltotl^^^biU IbtflisC of Ca�da;rumber is aow> atsted.'lo'-be' di(C6niintfed ia^hia: I^J^iy'it dock-ydrds^-ln �OasequenceoFtlie iinfavoiiMbleAlfuft'JIlperieiiced front >(s . eiltploymen't.'~Tlie-deii|)aud for wOod:'i^ini'Ibecounfrips ib'i ithe'KQribor'Earoptf'iaa be^npragressK^y^immisfaiifgj'so i a�>t6>accBslaa-'-greaF3|nlerruption'(o III* frade 'wilb'tliBse, countries,  particularly wifH; Norwayi' ^whoicf''InbabilBnrs, %ttt'#ilhltalidi)lg>the'i>i^dir�ctioo'th^ liave unifbrmty~sfaewa ; for 'BrilhibinaiHtfactiirts; "arc tiot -only lift withi^ot'i be � �be^s .Af ^nMramg'- tbrib^' bur of -paying. Tor ^ those- whieb j ilhfey-bave'reieTvedj^'and'fofft'liieb'nearly balFa miHioais j .1 Blaieilid be owiiig V�> that- the exuorl of tttattulatitii'reB bits j 'beeft'fedne^dla'ADe�(^t whicbeadnoCbe-^StliQatedmerely i '^b$^a->efferebce to Ibe diKeot exporlsiif lhd*ind In wb.-ti.iiisijnci's (xn^-jecl to Ihe ctfujiderjitions referred lo) ibi'ir removai ur_ modification piay-be reConiAeo(led^.�with'safely aoJ advantage. . , " : In eotltem^'iattrfgthe range of the duly asngned ip tdeip, �Bd'tb* Variety'and'importaiiie of tbe 0l>j^ecu'ur iiivf.-.ii�.<-tjon'eibbntCed by it, ydor Committee were of opiniuti, il�t Ihe roost coiivenieor course, ^hey cuuld adopt, .woulj'ht-, i:' -take'th'e l^ob]�ct4 niider-disliuci, lieadv,,and n-porliipoii Ihem'jn sjaccessioll; bjr.which, rhc'flouse .ii)ight,be.i-uafilfd, ^lot'oiily'lo forfBTilB jiidgiAent more ^ea^ily on ea roceed-lo niltei't'iu (he puinttrwbicthaye:fieen the ^principal: objects of jiu7M most ppplijcable to (he pur. poses uf Miip.jbuildli>g.i ,^hej North Awemcan jlipiber is tnof^ eo% less d/irab)e., ?it4 "every desoripiiun nt it i^ore liable, (huugb >u ^ ffilici-toed '-demifi>4 AV) Alicie fiir imist purposes'of; finildiog; 'audenabter'tiie'^nnf ries' whicb-(irodnce 11,' bu t 'Snore esjftrnilly Swt^D-aiid'NorwByj very greatly lo increaciT -'ibefr eonsi/mpiioiVof-'BnIish produce.' A* ihi�-cireumsranc^^ -'hbWever," nul'lake' place without 'diminishing' Ibe-'diiidulge .a:confident-hope: that 'the .cunsidernlion.iQf:the-state ofisome other hrauches of trade in obich Ihey. aicv about 'lo:engnge .will-anggest the .means, of, giVjrng.addilional.employineuLlo. the shipping uf this co.unlry.,',.: :..... ...:.,:.:,.� . The Cutnniillee would by- no mean�,Jiowever^angge8l, fur ,t^adop^iqii.9,f .Pa^liameiU, a.ny. sudden alteration-:vf>tbc fcxistiagsyBtein.by.which.yvuoil, thegruwlh of Canada^ niight .he.e;B^relyexclu^�d�^rum the means of :cumpetilion':iir the British. market,., ^And 'they thi-refuresubmitr,that under all the' .Circumstances UI ..which, lliis .trade - hns-Origin, aied- and' been carried onj it may be still pKpedreot to compeusalelo.. Ihe Canadian, merchant and .Impoi-lpfiby such limiled,diMyt�Wr.q)ay..be necessary;foe thatipprpote, the di%i:c^ce'.'ul !.'fr^ig($>,.aiid ..Irauspurty s^r'as'/^to .bniie their wood liittsi |be;BriifsbJnBtbet't�ieegttal.tectqsi.'^itb Vuod of iheaapie dimeps)uiisi,lhe:grunr0at|:o^eM;n.out|ties, But-tiie Comii|iltee.Qre.�f opinion,,.lhaUtf it should be^ found uecessary/ur.purpusp*:<;f Tureivie, l� let the amuanl a|td..tU�^Cuair iui�feeare*at^fied:|hpi;:ParJia,men|;-wiU.l^i(iil?;1l.eiipt;di�ut to rfnifli*lb'iMinncdhi\eiit,,fi^m'l(b� employe capital ijiiiaw milts, by makinjffb^duty payable uii JealS at least equi��}eol fH      pp j^imher m the tug. , :;./tbs^uim^l(tce!h|iy.e,^nu^^ed;ja'.cvpy ufsci.niiicliaFthe evidence ��'.i;elitle8;to.ibesubjrft nuller-uf tbjs K.epQi-ti i<: '��      �     -   - �. ----J ...*^|.ivaaw, lu.inc.Wl-- eBrUfBl' stage ofIbeir proce"edings, "These lawii^p.-is-sp)! at dii&rMt periods,'j^nd many of thei� prising out of temporary circi)tnstaueeB,'aAipuiii, a's.slittWrjQa rfc^nt cumpila- ,^ ' lion of' tliem, to, upwhrd's' of iwo.jtl)oupand;,.o� whicii ni) ''-less than eleven hundred were in furcc; m ihc year ISlii, anA.Jf.J many additions liaye,Been .bihcv made^ After suih n slai he necessity ,;owiiB*by Btilif.h SubjcclB, andnnvigajedin a cerlaiit'prdputliuu.-byBritlsh aj^aineu. '1 o the laltee^ that gooit*: enumeratPdi �oTOiUg�ftqm ilifferent c'onnt^ies of -Europei shall be imported either in ships built.in tbe:slaies ofitthicb ihpyaeetheprodnce, and ov(qed and na�ig^tedjhy   

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