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   British Press (Newspaper) - December 22, 1820, London, Middlesex                                I THBa!^BE-R0Y4L, pHUkY-LANS.   r THI3 EVENING,'FRIDAY. December 22, his Majesiys Sei-sanU will perfoi'm iLe Opera of THE LORDsOF THE IMANOii. Sir John Coiiirsst, Mri Gallic ; Voyiie Gonirasf, Mr. Bar-nard ; Raaliley, Mr. T. Cooke; Trufinore, Mr. Brabatn {liis 39 ajipedrnnce in that character) ; La Nippp, Mr. Ilmlry; Ralph, Mr. Knight. Annette, tltsinian Sjjecific for the Trelb and Gums.-This invaluable Specific hat been in bi�b estimation for many years, tfiid recommended by Ihe first Pliysicians. Us properties are truly wonderful ; il immedintely relieves the most .violent Tuolb-ach, cleanses and beautjGes the Tt'ctli and Gums, and preserves them from drcay; "prevcnls Decayed Teeth - giving pain, removes the Tartar fronr the Teeth, fastens thos^ that are loose, and niiikes the Teelh ' beautifully while and uniform ; cleanses the Scurvy from the Giin>.s, rentiers them firm and healthy, refreshes the mouth flurittg disease after medicine, and imparts u sweetness lo the breath. U is perfectly innocent, so that a child may ��ke it, yet contains those inestimable properties thai ,if ouneiantly used, will render, the Teeth and Gums sonud, beautiful, and free from pain, lo the latest period of life It is an txcelfeut St�(uachic.- Price 2s. 9d__4s. Cd.-and 30s. ffd. per Bottle. Sold wholesale, retail, and for exportation, by the sole Troprielors, A, ROWLAND and SON, rorncT of Kirby-street, Hallon-garden, Luuu Poetry, delivered jit the Royal Insiitutiou, by Thomas Campbell, E^q. II. On the less celebrated Productions of the Author of Don Quixote. III. Poems by Thomas Canipbell, Esq.-1. The Rainbow-2. The Lover lo his Misiresaoii lier llirih Day, translated from Ihe Bo-hrniiau. IV. Verses by Joanna Baillic. V. Sonnet to the Nightiiigatp. VI. Knight 'I'oggcnbni-g, from the German of Schiller, by '*, Bowring, Esq. VII. Leliers of Milton. VIH. ^erman Antbir", No. 1. Kuisrner. IX. The Revolu-liiMt of Naplea, from an unpiilrlislied Italian .Manuscript. X Journey lo Palmyra or Tailiiior in the D,-�ert, by Count HzewsUy. XI. Remarks on the Life and IVriiings of Ugo Foscolo. XIL Woman, a- .Sketch. XIII. Letters from George Pertinax Growler, Esq. on Modern Improvements. XIV. On Jjje Causes of the present Stagqatiou of Commerce. 3iv!^"he Polar Expedition. XVf. On llie origiir aud celebrBtiou of Christmas. "XVM. On-^lie Drnm-a\ic Writings uf Richard Clilherow, XYIII. Original Ante-dutes^leSvrcied wilh Ihr Bastile, &c. &c. London: Priiiled for Henry Colhurn and Conduit-slreet. Orders received by all Retail Bucksellers, Slatiouers, and NewBvenders. '       �'This d�y ii puBUshSi!^'**       ' * '    ' SOH E.MI. A Novt). Jiti-^ri-e- Volumes. . ;Sa>ire's toy,weapon, but rm.tn.o.le of the evidence in ihia.ca^e,.^,. tic whs.wot willing ti� defile hi? mind w-iib lhal fnaWof'perjury,  B had been interrupted, Ihe whole time of the Session niuuopolized by one single iiiquiry,.Minisit:rs had prorogued ihe ParliamenI without a speech, without even a Court circailar.   They had, in foci, turned tail, and shuffled ofl' in the dark, ami nut even a place of reudeivous had been  appointed.-{Laughter.)- Never was a mora ludicrous, piliable, and disgusting spectacle exhibited by a routed  mob, and  nol one uf them could give  any rational  account of the matter.   Those who are  bound   to say .soinrthing,   all* contradict each other.   They do not, know what lo do, nor can ibey say what is lo happen.   Tb.-re was al presctitj in fact, uo Go-vernineot iu activity.   Were ihey, therefore, to snccceil in their petition for Ihe dismissal of Ministers, ihey would obtain not an order for execution, but an order f.jr carrying away and interring the dead.   It was njtparent lhal the present6ys(em could not be conlinucd withont the deatruc-lion of public peace or of public liberty.   Mr. JeflTrey then proceeded to recommend lenient mea'snrvs, and concluded � wilh proposing a series of Resolutions. ^1r. L. Horner shortly seconded ibe ResolufSiua. ITie first Resplutioii was curried unanimously ; hut after \be second was read^ and the Chairman had put Ibe qu'^s-liuo, whether it �as the will of ihe meeting that it should pass- Dr. AlTOW, of Stockbridge, who was sealed in one of the boxes, vociferated " No!-" iu such a tone as to attrart geueral alleniion. Great coofnsion immediately ensued from Ihe loud diaapprobation wbidk was expressed from all quarters. The Chairm.vN h.iving at length succeeded iu restoring order, suggested that any individual who had any thing to say in opposition to the Resolution, should uiiduubteilly be beard. i On this there was a general cry of" Hear him, hear him '." on which Dr. Alton stated, that in consequence of the liberty allowed him, be begged to express bis dissenl from ihe Rcsdj lutinu now read* A more complete farce was never acted on Ihe stage of the Wbrbl, nor of the Pantheon.-fHerc^^llie hisses aud cries of ** Put him o�f" became'so violent, that the w^eaker'a voice was completely drowned.] The Chairman having restoreil order, expressed his opinion" strongly un the impropriety of in-ferrupiing the speaker, aa the must efTeclual way lo come lo a speedy decision was to bear Ihe individual to on end. .       " . Dr. AlTON then resumed-They bad got, be said, a Harlequin and a Merrimaii, and the only thing-necessaty lo complete Ihe farce was a Columbine.-[Here Ibt^peaker's voice was again drowned in a tumullnuus-clamour of dis-approbation.]-However much the apeecb now delivered Cmight haveiiecn disguised, it was delivered for a damnable purpose.-[Here the confusion became greater than, ever, and nothing was heard bul violent hisses, aud loud aud in-ccEsaut cries of *' Out with hini 1'' After order was restored, Mr. J. A. MuRRATr slated, lhal it was unquestionably proper that every individual should be allowed fairiy and freely lo express his sentiments, so long as he observed Ihe rules of good sense; but when any man went the Itnglh of saying that the speech lately heard was for a damnable purpose, be ought nut to be heard.- (Applu'ise ) Mr. R. B. Bt-yrB^ begged that Ibe meeting would allow the Geulleman another trial; the cause which iliey this day advocated needed no support bm what arose from a full and free di.scussion. That Genll'inan bad expressed lii'm-self iulcmperately, but be Irusted be would apologize,-and be allowed to go on. Mr. .MosCKiiiFP expressed himself (o Ihe same effect. Dr. AlTOS then said, he was very sorry he had offended the feelings of /urA laMltn:m,; tu ilit--Pr**^*,: nr.i\ to (Sp bk'&Miiirt: \Ue country e-ii_ij)s iVnin ils l-finij' vntv'ilyviwil. - Ui' ilirn ailixifi'. lu The'rit'ciu:-:, "-Ini h. In- >-:i' ^w*^  u'ltiy a }'ur,-rvt/hfr to inher-i ai -.i.s'^nihir- ,h'^',r:\!t- 'ir The other R *, wrJ luc AJ.iri";^ \o h]'� M;tjof�!y,' winch wan a.n c^ho uf th^ Rcsulationi,  w.h- severii'^'y itiui Mr. ^ASIES GIK50.S rccit-:u'.i: raiil^ tha! !!ic i ].ir}i:rtn'c oT ihe \,v�ytn-\j Oi'uiitnt^u, aiu^^iit* rif;,ifuriiiit.f of lin' prc*^erit intrflitiff, tfave tite lii- to ull (he caluinnies  ^liirh bad  h-'in uttercil ami-/.'irculatftl liy pei-j-oiis wbu ik-iL-cibeil tbt.'T:* as the ,ncum aJ'.*bp f-*rr(>.   Thu tih}fct of ihz' IVhfjj? in tw utat-iurt:' ;baJ beru II scrariiltle fur powtT, nr thi'y n:''.:hr'Um** t-re '.his ibavc been in possfssiun of i* ; ni!i) hf wiis pi-rau.iiii d,' if a . cljan^t (iifi nnt take place, a ir ViihiCt'ii w crn-. Hiim retjuivtfd, a* such jiublic onvofcliuns u.rt' altendud l.y the brBl^ronscquenctJS.--'Ibe inotiun h as t btru earned wilii grt-ai appUmi'e. * Mr. J- (.'u.\lo iben propfised, and the mfplinj resolved f'l letiiru lb;ihks to (be Genilemeii by whom it luid i;ee�i c^U'd, The Cil.iinMA?? then di.�isolve(| ll'ft mcetiHe, -Tier tt^^-.-y-x how much be bad b^en i^riUibtd by Ibc decornu) nni urHc*' which b-id bct-n observed, iiclwiilisMiidin-y. ihe very crow-bd state of all p.irta uf the bnildins. Hebi.-j;[^fd ibern lo muye out very slpwly, to prevent accidcnin. 'J'bfc ineelinjj fliwj dispersed in the most orderly mfinner. The f'dloivin^ Petition, eronndtd trpon (he ilesubittons. was un;iiiinu)usiy agreed (o : - to thr  ring's most excellent m.ajfstv, The  biinihle Adtbef'; and  I'eiiiiyu id* ihc nudeisijnfd IrihabilHQts of Edinburi^l) ; !M.iy it please ytjur ,Maje�ty� ^Ve, your Majesty's .most loyal-and dntifn! anbjf^cts, *\,^ nnderHi(;ned Inhabil:iota of Edinburgh, rnnvem d hy piiM:r adv?rlij?Biti�t, besf leave t(� approach your M:ijt;stv'=i       -if*':^ with fbe assurances of our sincere' and nualterabb- nU-irl;-nient lo ynur Mnjesty''s Person and Government, and lu principles of ibal bappy ConaliUiltuu which pLicpd yt^cr illii^trions  Family'on llie Throne of tliesfi Realm-:; inid   -also lo express our deterininalion lo repel and resist, tu I'lc utmost of our power, any altempl thai may     maiie lo u:- ' vadc ih.it Coustilulion, or to impair, in atiy (iegree^ ihe respect that iv dtip tu all and each of its branchrs, � Under the influence of these seiilintenN, nud con5iderjn^ (be rii cumslances in which Ibis country is now ?pl �ceii, we feel it tu be qur indispensable duly must rer-pcftfiilly to le, preseot lo your Majesty, that it is onr fnni conviction hihI belief, (bat yuur Majesty's present Mui-rIpih ij-.ive tniii. ly lout ihe confidence of the great bo'ly ^d' yonr People, and by a series of injudicious and reprehensible measuves l�-� l* d*;-servedly (Income the objecl.s of such jjeneral di-*trj\'5t snd aversion, as tolbc longer �capahle of conducting the uHair.: of the nation witU safety or advantaf^o. That (Iiey 1i2$^c^ fur many years, persifi(ed in ibe rniir?e fif most improvident and wasteful expense, and, in limes of unexampled distress, have obstiualtly reji-ctcd every |-rop(>-si(iou fur effective retrenchment or economy. That Ihey have, in like manne^r, pur !n>iiH .>f trade, by which ihe national diMresaes have bcrn ai^'^rnvat'ed, or Ihe mean^ of relicvinjj them wiibbeld or ii�lerceplt?d. That, at the close of a war, the profe^?ed object of ".bicb ^ was lo vindicate nnd restore the independence of the Earopean comniunttiea, and which bad been bjom;hl to a successful termination chiellv by the distin^nisbed raintsr "^d' tiur free British auldiery, th^y lent tbem^rlves to :i pu'irs-inconsiitent with the besf puinciples of n=nional hhcrly, and so conducfed themselves towards varimis indtjjend'Mit States, as not only to tarnish the honour of ihe. nation m the eyes of the world, but to bviua: such.s'uspiciou on onr �^uitd faifb as must be productive of j^reo.! prJ?i:c;!! m>. barrassmenls in our foreign relattoiA, bolb political and com mercial. That (hey have manifested, atall (imf�j, an uncnn^tiiutionap and diBtempered averaion lo all popular rights and pi vf-legeB, and Itave, on many occ"pioti<;, imposed oniuci-s'u'y rea-ttictions on iheir exercise and enjoymenf. That, in order to effect this yliject, nud to moinlal:^,. if poasible, their own power and influence in the country, ihey hav9 a.icnbed the discontenls, whirli arose chicfiy f^'ni\ Jbtif own iniiigovernmetit, to the prevalence  tence among the people. That they have struck an alarmins b'.-nv :'.t tb*' mor?.'? oC the people, and have invaded the [iriv^te security cf every c/ass of yoiir Majesty's subject-, by emjj^Ioyintr, enruuiacr-in^, and protecting an unprccedttuivd uumb(.'r uf sp:*s -Jini intormers^ who are proved, iu many case^", lo \y.\'-K' bc^ti themselves the instft^tora of timse tlisurd�^rs for uintcT have been, exposed lo pruRfcutiou and punlsbmcnt. That, in pursuance uf ttie same f>bj('cts, ihey havf iak�u advantage of the peaceful and loyal dispn^^Ui^ns whicb �;t^-vail generally in (bis counlrv, to persuade mmiy wttl inran.-iutJ persons of the triiib of* iheir calumniuui m epr* ^eif t-tions, and have thus excitesl amonc: tbem gri^vci;*! 3nd groundlessalarms, while, ul the same lirne, i'.i-/-ievt-ie Snrea and reproachful languaeo which wr*^ rf^^'.L'.t vU'v adopted, Itave occa5i(med mu^bf-jir and irr\t-\ii'.!M those who were the objt^cts of lb"ir calnmiues, and ':i'r>'.-' : the less insirucled amutin; ih<-m :o list'-n ciure rend/.y m � setiuctions uf the ftw wicked and dejigiiinj* pcraon^ "-vho hunlile to our free Constitution, nr who exp<:ctid profit of a season of Innfult and dJROrder. That, with aview lo deter per'ious of rank and cundiiioTi from concurrinpin (be reasonable cjmplats.ts of (be peopi'^, they havtt advised tbcadoplinu of the r.vJ5it bai-sh nnd tufw.u-inp measures toward* individuals of the big;!-.*.";! rt:;'ioM, most uuqoeaTi^ed loyalVy, �i'd the 010*^1 ftpprowd Srrvicen, whose presence nt puM-c nisctings was nt "r.ce :'"*. surwHt plt-dy;e of the moderation of tbe measivri-r, to be m.Iovj'-. ed, and ibe best rneans uf rcpres'lo:; aiyy letide;;* y 10 -xc; d� f^temperance \hat might olUctwisc have uecu.uppr*--bended. That, by th*"se afi^ o^^**' meaii
                            

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