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   British Press (Newspaper) - November 9, 1820, London, Middlesex                                .nV5 ',"ff3!3!y�31i�ff.-: "iv^t �!�; jtf'^I'liir^^^ ___ pfR- |Ih> wiiDle.or my time rittlllie :4erpiediriat�^ 4Viti^.ti> your )atere�U. / � '-^t .  f itbb I'iegb.^''*  r-if.      � . , I "TBePJborswitfopen at'Mxi'Chic^i and ifce^Prrfarmancje ^?>l!'fedaj'n?x< will bq' Srodaterf^a N ^ig�..T*^Q9!l>jOJi9l.-FJift3iilt!^^^ Scheme eontaioa Ti*o Pnw��f SO.OdO/. Coiito|�, Two Pnzoi ii-f ISfiOQl. Consols, aaaitRfiTVu of �,00l)/. MOne^j.wait mgtogfiher..- ^-    .     �     '        * ' FOUR......J?mefof      *20,0fQ    , 'V    Coniola an* Moiieyr . ( TM*etf�nrt fibarc. are ^Ulnt by BiKH, Sofc Contrartirf, 4. Cumbti4^and.-fl/-,Cb�rJng and\Si�Jd lb Ihe IjuUerj jml^^uded,   , Vu.3,M5 V.." T^""    -.V - No �3?si-;. V. viize nr ^TTBltiTDblES CUREn. BV a ne^'iilitiinod the Bbove trutMeatttt^^iika^ orC4u�lc), wbelber of longw�hort�loBdln)t,���j,�?>'5-atitntiuual, atwcH "� weakDeMra tfei�r�lly Wrnifwi*. iDR M, and iri:ir!5rrTiarTir(rwSble yrtem w ^fealj^ IfaaB^clt. Ujf!'M.JUll.. ..,-1 ,'-U!i!U.TIi.m�ij .1 Jk ','8�nDeriaan: -ll^vliireeior mI netH; Aodas^f^i lnrtoJ�dib^(6riN�iMii '  ' "7- i t5^�^f.Eniclaiid in the V^^ypt Cant' , Professor 1 Printed Vinson, natcbqr^,. j^^caflfljj. .pJIfttcj and Thif liity'wu^iluii^^Ai)^ a! aew j^lu^etbelnK tbe fou^lb): dtj�. >; HISTOa$:;^/�>ifrENGtAND, coqiaining the ReiBtiaoif'ttenry VIII. and E4*ard SI.  ,^]|^j�'ReT. JOHN LINGARD. , iPnOfedYor 3.'!ftla�roan, 39, Ludgat^-stteet. 'Var,Vboro may *e bad,        ^  ;     *   ^ Tbe First Pprtiobof Ibis HISTORrtfrnmihe Ibvasionby Ibe Rod;aiis;io,tti^ itoceasion of Henry Vilff.lu ji rolumef, ; Jiftot JnM publisbeO,        � i TRAVEL#'lh ?iefLY, OREECE, an^ AL1?ANIA, by I Ibe Rev. 1'. S.li�i'gTre|, Fellow of Emaa tiwe,WitbnBiwhicIiUia*>j>li*fKittin�. . lUfiN BCRGGs3asM~S  ��e P�*-i pared by ibem after tbe^same waaaer Ibat bas giyea tbe| greatest satisfaction fui^ many yeats. ,^ ,- ''^ar^dwie^lO^i Straudi cOrn^oTvlbe 4>n>>-femade�>zyei3tjiU^ ^rciga:offices-Hiii4:>liW^my ileUewthW^ jaoiii proBaWj,' f E4|WiNUittia CoiwffiM spiff. I Ihefefore aeetc^ IbtqugKt^u^ iWe^ ,�rill>i:JWeAjnri theAieeA-i�ail which I batten:tatteqiifstiyaa wiUfhtyifbeGtn^liiii^t^ireci^ now;-);ir�:it)to^a4-^c^>', Ivtji.s* v':i;^^6:-)l!xT<; !�<;-/l The*essel,caUedite^(to9a, Beha;iiu|iK>watchv^�-^ifl'e*si�Ihdiam., pion iitcher jbMi^�iuI>fro�.lb�eOii�icliidiViilr�dR^^ ' fcao�kdge,'4hat�l\ed^;be�ifi�W�^ibaiUiefW^ a� �a ^iiiiteActilterMiiiK �iMRitf wf iSi^^^ Aiiib�HadarjfaJerr^jMi3ih)f�>tifMm i*^ wUb��nRpsiiie. sp�ctabte.fettlieqiaii^!mi44M�1H�'tt^^^^ pose of an ocular insjKcti and^ tat ascett^Bin^nnalbfei!r�K9^;bo�rd tlieiRlntiftd�^Mfwtt4Ufe^^ had \ taade^ i'oa.tbe icomliiet ofJi�ir,Atau^�lr. t ffllM^Aiqsto of^\ daring that I bad cometberiTwilb.iia other ]|t^biittlaascer-| taiirt&fe^tuilii sad:pwiimfet^!iiCKai|eei?-I^dej i�ndpii,,apii prove their, debjlsor,in defdull.thereof ihey'Will be excliidijil ilieieoentofthe'ssiil Dreree:" i fi, STlit'JHENSOlS aod.BATEMAMj , Pla|nli 3,3 , ,;c TO Tpjig vdrARt'ES Op BEACTr. i,ijjpt^;I>^R,recon^qd{!<|.byiiia(D^ e^ia^p Plqrsic)ans^ is j)tep�red of balsamic veKetables, ,of miliT detersive iirdper^ 'ties;'" it is entirely fr�e"6t those coif'i-ailTiii; acids' wbicK forra^ .'tbe-baiita t&e; hair; >tja^�}(a " '".'�m?,'.ly.i jSf's further'flocidalioii 'abdMtimiraiEatbfitA'effitaty ifi a Pa^iMci^'it^Vii^^^ BrnfixH *be! Hoir;''inc)usrd round each biiUJe.' P^iecraa. 6d. i,"^'A.'^'J'^'^F"^^"''* Mr. Atkinson. Rrriimer, No/.44i' ererrardJinrpit, 8nhu-si|uare', IklewrB; Gatilb'aod iHsalyaMd'Bdrou George are liktly to .^retire,   'i �'    . " Serjeant Joy fuisalrrady refused the situation of a-pnisne JUidspou the wopt^janrof tbeiast vacaubya^at Waruifderi. catcuiating on tbe s'u'piMirt'dif l^drd Castlereagh, he aspired 'tatbeMtualioitSfaCbiefJutfice.    '    > r jT/ficadranceiaeoi w'.oul.j, iftke atvayL-a'rival from;; Mr- .B� shei^auda.promotion. from Scrjeaiit.flurtoii. If Sfrjeant �Joy decline iKe'siiuatfoi>i1ievm^y(>e consi'drnfd'as slmidiuc ;,iouJ farn GhceffJusiicnUip,. and lutliat caseberjeaut Norton ,,^111 pii^babj^^ tbe4ilJgei]j , i,7;; ^ , � If there be (aud U IS probaiiU) mareracancies on th r Bench tbiii> one, Mr; Henry Dranert>rady,^ftIr.*Lefr6y, aild, Mr. yAodef^/^Bre'cphsideiYd'aK.^^^ Counsel lo'^KeReveituiV-btinp one t>r iVe;ben of our fai �B}�>6hftdb�|(^na,iB�,its ^^C<}l�flt.^l^lJ^^,.a|^d,iheSI�te-^ iie,Rar Ha'<���!4: � d r:{fJri�M f^*fl,rf�lp/r}.   ^ v.;h ; ^      . ,,Lor4H,QLLANp#f i^ iliat.iMoehr.tp he,�in�idrfed ib�f' v.t|;ii^'ai�>d,\ae.fitde!:.lcrt,H,open,l(^      .U>�hlh)f�-toTecBird j.tMrd|!!S�o^nuliI ,.t�i�; f>*c|�elc,<)n 'lhe;d.a:Ff �.mgliiaton ,srb|cb ihe ohi W*!^l' <'*''*^ tl�it;ihe Hoaie ,,wspitlly met *.l fjim. (h'ctiick, ft>� th^t aa in,tbia.pri^�aUBg, they hqd.aldj^nruedat fourfl*(eIo.cki|be/(;jwe.t�* lumnulcss tbVjheordii^ary lli|l^alkiw^d.firrSien|BK tb^ P^tear.- . ' ;L()rd^MiNTO wished to:b�^alWwc4 tJM4d;MtB|imKtatbe ',;;^ih^^r'of'LACDER^^ ro^^eilaylaiicijFe , .The. ^iu:B;^te 'lwiij�.irfu�p*iisrop'vf japr laBifinit p^^ -ftehny^�;i�i�j�-�Wiirtlfc m\i%9m^fs^?*viA-------- )9 n a�sjRjS?d�lff.ras^?i^ofjJ!ij S|re_adJJa.e�,ft^,�^jLpp^ |qj of tbe same vessel. .1 aaked'tp W*%;���f.^r3WpB(,iA-'Cp�rfel arr�J�fe;,b*i| tJSieiit . /fjii|,( \ , Ifiefli ^bftb.i^thes,pug^^.t�i r.-,t.-t.t- thfiy. ihad^disUBclly oiiae|stood.,ita| mllpt,befi�rf inentjpned bad jJeft .Ifdi jtbcjwjwer: tbf>re�.�.^jS " a'eiit .^ff( ,pr4ipU,tft"' .Qu�^i)*j(f4yj)ur,'iMid,wqBJ  r3Fhey. ^^Ijypljr,: therefore, sum/tiei^ Jhafc .tte, fpB?5,pttn�3w;M ,BP�f.,^Bt ,eoii>|tQqi,ber,Ww!ff �p4 'WBl4inoH�eWiWr�W�i^.�%^^ be: Bpy: trick or, ^elusipo ia,iE�tiias �n&i(�,^itan.> ,Be8id,ea; lh.�?., I^ey,?ts�.o|,^!ritb.quXAii?,^j?ttj^f ��!l^!�.��h�i% tSfpi.; A Court, In order to induce them to     (^ve eacb.qf^liejn a present of moneyJn.hsoA.aesp.rdio^Ja.'''* i'T* pl^edj opposite their names, rxclusiye of all expenses end chargeaj of their journey, add'wiitt'an'-anoniice lhalj if they were| ?f equal tu mo^ tbspj tw .w^b^ii^.MtUW>lhe projia^ion' lakes p(aGe of conscience 8ndi!mrjl^igBfS�|in..tbejrefTU^t,^^ who is pamdoiv; (0 U)i^oji,..ifJ'oi)DiI:6t foribesexvjc^; bal,,|f,ftp^.Otniand bereticii.U<^|{ie;creed of ti|e.miuisjljty, sent bar|^i.�{il|^:iqH d^te^f�uti9a;.Bltd aecresyand;iiiii);^is wliat tb^ adv.ocates and paili^pa/pf.^hfei -Bill call ifci^open, fair,,andve-uyrofd to iinpartaV.iii^ity and honestjH  icenl* ' As. I have.in vain looked for^yageat, banker, or assist^; ant here on the Qtiem's uatti..! ll> .I might apply to m helping ml? to send oflT these'wUiieurB, somnlerlal iu thd issue, aud who WoUldltrrifCtry^litrSdict the evirlence of the Captain and ,Ttlutv(fWiS,ot^l(^t:ittj[>Ufp�1ed rascals of Ihe port of Naples), 1am. quiieal ajoss todecide wbat | should do. I would not hesilaiej army^ own ei^pense, to drive off wiih them.mystlf directly. But'afioura l&'V*'-"�i'^e ? I w^uld take;indtrBntniii>lbetr.^i)a�i|St 4iDt CHi SiWiii ' Ttiey could not be given in evidruj�,,.lq sb�rt, 884 .hnfry o\fx this .on. the-fpur ftt tbe mpmenfi tbntj pot.a, tsoifient may^b? lust in.corai)�uniratlng.w]bft|ia^ jw^Vpo to my kiiowledgev I Jipve vi�l >tlm*e^ io JyRect wtia^^miaM f^be done^ but 1 ,sbat{ certainly ijtqtVB'tirer'ni^yulGdi ,iiMra(e)ieii*iou fur my own purseto pbe�*'me^a the. puraoi^'jqp'iba^whicbi shall cunclnde^lub;:-.necessary td.tWraupporf. "-^ ^       ^ The rulTo.winff.are, i)ie namri pfJIiewTIiiefwas^ntoflr, on lhc9th..fOctoVw^^i^yoqil*a^l�, WSlAV,y.4^^     - -Saveriq.G.8rc(ullo, rost�of'tb'e 'JtHaiii^ -riow;Vv > . -. iBduck-fi^re.........."CpieseniU'bimj.W i)�llar>. Trasiksai.'Savenii AcamporaJ.'*        K,t4� itO^.T ^ The saifora who sailed with 4he Qiuenr \?fi.}�|iIpdiBjp^ i. .1 GwSPJi^ffWpt qn.loJ0'8�ilof,*��rony�'fe�'^ favour, i Raffaelo CastelhMio., . ^, , Aitallo Wareaci:;; Z  ^-- ' <<-    'I       * ' \'ir;ifaey were lo; admit fdrgelfulness as a good reason for J grantinr. the' iddulgence, where wierft. Ihey to atop! n The Noble-; Lard's (idoile-of getlioK the. oainea .of other Peers as Well'?as bis: own: recorded under the plett'of-hi* own fursetfulnesR waa still m>>re'objectionable. He oughti at le^tolet other Noble Lords speak, fur themselves. : the Earl of DARN LET wasdot inclined to resent the Jocular-attack ofihe Nublearid'LearnediLordonbismeatal facultiea - (foB^JUer) farther .than by>expressing, his, sur. prisethalihe circt(mslan!%'ofc answeiing. 'f-JVonmi Ticordo." ;�hiiuld.hr''.convertedrinto a topioiof,ridicule by either Ibe Noble and' Lord or byiany of; the {Lords' opposilei. He only'>Bsked-as nincb^indulgrnce a*;hBd'bern experieoced:4>y the: frieodiof; the. Noble aiid; Learned Lord, Theodore Msjbechi:.^(JiaB4Jrli/en}>^lt ^did pol^taiatter much Whether tlcey'iatlowedrbim 16' r(�drd-.bis:' tianie wi'tb -tha, Prdtesi;: as 'be ^ wasr'dfelermined; to'T'ecord fiiB.diisenl,;. if by' iBOfOlfaer .means beiwereallowed to accomplish :lhal'�bjeel, by:.dissdulnirtn:the'rfjeetloiwof'bis^motioa, �nfMni ERSKlN&madeimmeremarkiwhich was loaodible., -; call tliCallention of the House to a gross misrepresenlalibn wlitrb' appeared ih-o.certain newsptiper |ons he h^i yesterday ofiVredlo the House, 'He w^a^ represented by. thatj Jourpifl to have said,, lyith re. )i{ie^..|o the mea^ure.naW'hefurethe H ^^' Loohirtg -id il.j^.al^islaltvemeasnre. It uow,ap|^redilo faim so udmus, , that even ifilhc. preamble of il,.w.^re proved,.be must opr .ppse. it.Vi :.Hia Ldidship had.nevermetfe'usp of spchan,�x^ pr^ion, nor covldihe, wilbtheaentimeptsijie.eolertatiicd respecting the measure itself, everh^vesufiercd.suqh an ex. pces^ipa to haveescaped-his lips. .Aftei!W.b a fofo, and, fhejre^oret never could baye used; tbf expression with wb^cb be.waa.tlius .charged. ^.Hefelt biqiself.thas obliged lore, qi^est the.mdulge.BceT�f the House, to correct a�aisrepre. sentaiion of what bfliadaaidonthe subject,:And to set the :Upu8e andiihe: countryjrtKbtfasr.io.biss^otimeata with rew fP^Ctto;tbemeisqrr.--(ig'e(ir,^�ar.) mi^itlre.".j.    . . vTMiArcbbisboprofTUAM said, be.shpulduothave of. 1 fereit.hinuelf Jw!ibe,�iteniioii:otlbe HutJse, had he not ~ befnfso.poinUdCyfialted'^ipoji by .the, Nq^e and- Learned L<)rdtia.his speech yester^y. . Sopiu^h liad heen.atiteady ' aaldon, Ibp sabjrf t ujr,tbe text! of ibe ^Sd vei^ of the Sih ~ chaplfpof (he Gqspet apcordiqg tp, St. |tfat(hewv that he isfaquid.nql :lrp.ubl6,|fK\r: l/icMiva. Wltb'atiy: i �eryatiqns .upon it. Hi*miad,-liad,|uQCibeeqiDad$tqp.l.q yg.t�vvgaiqst thedivorcaclausevtfom.beforet^CpmmiUee. Uthe-coul|l: abew Hhat th� Ifbstriova Lady      Iwerf V^�Vt'>'"9i 'jn'i','-Jfjiero^uldshew.auudry.i^jiiayf,Siyipijfie*Mirti?��temq jle.. .nnnfialjoq* fron^ f he.I�^i( a'ntnst^ujlip;; a.wax,:fae.lbq,ugh hieihoaldshew suffi^ent^^foindacii Ifi^^to.VPVeiagaiusi.ipal irbfilbelievedc.U w.qulatonir be...necesM;y,tp..meBlipq^�^ ' ttllcrof her bnsbaod}*^ an^ in' tbe '�fcon� tbiptfr �f thefi tfat   ��kViiyei^Ml>g^Mf^tal^r^^* >yft�pbefe��aiflilisn1<4t^air;ifo(i^iM>bimse(r brfow "ttttir' LordiMfpSi �liiiCttaa fc�Bii;siBWiiiarrJatd�c tfrifcat efas^.imifw^ittr A�dE K>1liKiii��^heati�i'. Be n>J>B�led!rtM'h^bjH'dg�t^itarit C^i rif^;i*l(pi3iioa^anJ:far*hiBi|! >.liwgr ibeTii/oceedWg. jiOf ItaA^^SnitfR* 4*�!i^ayv-iieif^i^>iidiir,. lA^b^-wngbt f4d�i�eta^;�v�il^�nBntt^'��t:> be bad>*ot�� -fer ibtr se�a�d il((iw�?3lriS''I)�Hi>oa:':sMcJt.be; w -Wt acehrdtoglla �br'^ibiim.A�aiteb"be badi (onn]vi�i'^tha{;K�le�r.aalia> MJRbWy .case bsd.*beea-iiiadc ont-.agaiast'^iwir jkl^tertjr-iBtttlbe^iyone.'Cbllur.bi: tonid wrvrr cennfile to blaCtth* ,i8eience.-lo gtte hirassentfii^ fur be would/vatbrr'ba'^lt^t Ibe aioritha4 atthe Noble and Ijcanird.LonI on the Woolsark haddpi-bred himself pte*i;rdrwilb ,lb�4ifficu1lira which, sarrouuded 4fae claose i.slndattbeic oHtsideralioo ; ami for hia.own parlibe mn>t sty,^ jlmt4ie�ever.oit8uy: jndiciai iiivrsticalion felt morombar. �asssnentvtban OD ihe. qonlidirwheih^ the; divOree claose ,slioiild-Jrtaiid>'4a'  drtiire that that claose miehc Womitled, -aiJosB.' B�t from aoy'iianbt. of the legality of il.; rlif case* of: adultery he . had no doubt' thai divorce.�Oa consonaiit both to the iaw of God and man,., and. be was. sprry -to- be compellid id jicIitiuWIihIge ibat aucbr a case, bait.' been proved;  but lite divorce rases : which, ninally :came{before lliiir Lordshipacaote under idliTen^tCircamitam^.trom the prrseof,.and itwaaosac ^tPBut of that diffrrencs-thal. be wished, the diynrce ^rfaitne .mighl not stand asanyipart of the Bill of Pjins and'PeaaU tiew.' -Ou the other hand,!he waaquile.awar^uribediificul-lieawbicballenlied.leavtug; it out;, be confessed.,be wg.i !rolMb(e to comprrhend'hoW Ih^ Queen;coold.be degraded and jet ftoiaio !tbie.'wife..of iheiKilne-rKir. bow the clause wbicb-deprited her of; the,title .of: Queen twas consistent .iWilb.the omissinn of/ifaey.divorce.claose.' Ifahe rrmaimil ; the wjfp..pf tbe'Kiiig^'turn she musl,lu all Iceal porpasf^s, 'l|e;tli6,Qtti;rDCoiIsur,t.�:'Tbe diTO�e� clause certainly made liiie:d^KtBdaljoft;iuiail'ieibtei-balwilliaiil.ilbe should beat a |i Igttltlijeqmprebeiid iP what the dr<;ndationcansi .vetttBra i.faimiielf. Upod .'fcppeslni; such a claiise. He merdy threw it out for llheir Lordships' consideratiun; and aatbe Noble Eartat the brad of the Ttra  thank Ihem.forlbe patientaltentiun they bad been pleased to lend .bios. - .The Archbishop of YORK said, be ^It himtelf cslird upon to say that he never meant lo assert ihat adultery was . not in'SCripture n sufficient griiund fur a divorce. All that bw had: iutCDiled lO'convey wa.i the grnemi tenor of tbe .sacred WTitiogs.nplioldiiii; the sanctity uf the tie, and (be .reciprecal obliKaliona resulting from it. He cuuhl not re-:euucile:illo hia: own conscience, under the particular cir-.comsiances uf.ibe. case, to vole for tbe adupiiun uf (be . clause uf divorce.:  . . Lord REDESDALGsaid he agreed that marriage was a civil, aqd, in some sense,'a religious contract also, or mure prdparly speakinc, areligiuus vow, and (he question W4s, li tbe bosbaad could bedischareed from the obligalious iit th>ii vow by tbe brrncb of itpn tbe part uf llie wife ? He cunceiveil thatif the divorce clause were withdrawn, and auutiirr Kub-stiluted of (he saai^e eflVct, it would be a difTrrruce in-name ooly. There was an acknowledged impropriety iu a persuu against whom such seiious charges bait been pnivnl remaining Ibe Queen Cunaurt of the realm, f^r Ihe Queeo Cuii-sort was. a public character, from which tbe measure dr-graded her. The House might crrtainly dissolve tbe civil COOfracI, but from the'religious vow he apprehended only a bijiher iribonal cooldrelieve Ihe parly. The.LORD CHANCELLOR said, be had.to apologize t  the.Learoed-and Venerable Prelates for ijie. trouble he bad givea them. Bnl he had not b^n able to look at the divorce clause iu this Bill,.without feeling it to be bis duly lu kuuw haw persons belter acquainled tlinn himself with the tr-ligious bearings or tbe subject fell upon that score.   He bad tbe same apology to make to Ibe rest of their. lAiril-|.ships, for the delay -which he had. taken upouhimnelf tbe .'liberty lu propose, fur. the, purpose of eiiabline biiu loarrivpattbat knowledge.: He had been the mote iiKlucrd to lh.al course iu consequence of the Noble Earl near him (Liverpoul) having stated it to be not a measure having for its object any personal relief, but one of Slate consideration, and.itt'coucequence of.a declaration from ibeaame Nobli-Lordt - to', which he Felt': buuud 10 say. that Ite-waa not previously a..parly,.lhat,.if it.were fouadthal any,re|iigiou� feelings were ujiputed- to the clause it sluiuld Dot he pressed;. For bimseif be. could only say, th.tt although in his own' view of. the subject be tliuught the^ adopttun of thvt clagsewould be-the betlrr.mtide of pr(iceediug,.yrt .iu. deference lo.reli^'pns doubts be was ready lo give hisassrnl.ii> . Ili^ withdrawing:,nf the clause.  Afict liaving devottd all tl-e powers.oldiis mind to the cousidrratiun ui Ibis suhjectrbe could potasaeni lo tbe opinion their Lordships had heard, of its,being merely .a, vow-, his impiesainn of it waSi'that it waaavivil cuniraci, a religious cunlract, and ala^avuw; end!, ip truth he thought it the rrligiuns cuqlracl which w^ first entered into. .      seemed to him ibat if they went on with the. Bill at all, it was quite imiiusaihiR to retain the firtt of its eoaclmeuis if they louk away the cqnclqding epactineut, because ihej would by so doing bind, the two parlies id many iustauccs more .closely .10-gelber.   If .the mwoiilypf. their Lurdshipa were of ppiniuii thal^lhectaaae shuuld slaud, there would be.uo need of any further eiMCtmeul,'but.if not,. then there would be a iitt;rK-sily.of t^eir enacliog something further.    Fur if the Bill 'ahqatd be': passed; wijlhuut the Uivoice clause, nr withiiut some other specific,enaclmeut, lie did nut know Mb�t .^indgr, or what lawyer, wonhl be. able, lo di6iie liie pre. , eUe,'ineaning and extieut of the penaltiis of Ibis. Ull. , fp casea.wbere a^hery was proved, and a divuree ilert^d, 4 �en*4 �/ 'Aorp, that did not operate In di.isolve ^he .par.ties d.rinctt(p:..nd(rimpnii; but a diyatce.a.men^d. rt Mdrdiw'as a full'and efRcienl sepafaliun of the iStal Vir�, al. .Ihougbit was not. a releasctfrum ihe religious ubliication. . Suppose, a, .lady, who'^bad been, separated from. her, hiisi ^.bad^] shqiiWVnjefer;.^^ Bill, iit the Ecclesiastical..Cd'drt. ^. prhying a'ir^tildtiqii td^Jher.cphjugalri^his, and the huVb^ud' ivl/ii ..anifweV, pli;aiJe '^^! tp conjpgatrigtila.   Ue.Vunceivt d . tbat'Spijie. enact jjepl of tj^at,nature was a nccetsar'y ji;)^! of / l^e.pf'rjwnt m.et'^biit.he^ fur.the)ir.l,^riJsli!iii 10 aay'.whal wdiild Beihe effect of.ieaving the'rettRiuus J^yii-' tract' uiitqnrb^d, thp civil" cdutrktt being id all retpecis   

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