British Press, January 4, 1821

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British Press (Newspaper) - January 4, 1821, London, Middlesex THE tORDtOF>rHEs'*1Al*0�*^ .SrJpbn;.Mr.,Gjiri|!5;X, *'T^;?','5'?!?S'>'n To conciade with, Sih time, a new Graiiil Comic .! 1 :TBP. KDRTH-iWESWJ-T.VSSAGEv: �p, HilRLEQUlN ESQUfMACX. toiplain of }be Hecla,'Mr; VinmS:'Siid�l>ip^^ mond;;^als�Bin, MMTiIJinoljl ;iyouDgiEfiquimam{:(afl�>'r vsnU Harjeqain),: Mri,Bujogoa; jf,rulaiooi^^lJlr,|Ellioll.i, Clown,-Mr: .SoiilhTjy. lEsqnim'au)C.lGirl (atierwarils'Coiuin." bine), MiMTree:^;;;.!)M,:[f Mi'jS^/i :4'"=:-i - i ^':v . 5rht ^^^r|l,^yil^,l�ie^ORcnea at jfttl^pBU SixjolClock, anS tbePerformaiKeij)n eacb E�enine'C'�m'ne''ce at Seven, r' PSw,i2�.iwr!tower;.lf^ "V' � Tbe'iieWCbmic :Pii^^ fiaKe�wi,ilJ)e,r>'pej.t5d eterj: Ewhjnj: jillYurtber ualfce, Torinorrow, Ibe ppei'a.of I'lje iHanujjecl I'ower, ' Gn'SatiirtlajvThe'fiiiglfslrnc^ i A,new:Citmic Itfiisical Piece, in; t*o' parti,) wilt-liO p�i-duccd in pfew days, ciilled Gioyanni.iD Irelaud. TH,SA TliK-UO YA Ly CU VgNT-GMtO KWi rinHiS, Ey�NiN.(?,,;.(r^!G5gS.DA,Y, Jan,.-4, �Jl � *wili be prrfornic'd Sfiakspeare'a Comedy of . 'Duke,5Mr. EgVrtdn; Oiike'FfftleritUI iffr.,Cbapman; Amiens, Mr. ;U(n-nset; Jaqnes, 5l|r., ijnciiendy ; indo, ilr. d Kemlile;'Tpnclislone, Mr. Fawccit; Olivir, Mr. Coooorj J Rosalind, ivlfs; FauWiCelia; Mrs". T/Hili; A^^.� drey, Mia^Gibbs.'|�, ,.y.i . -l . � V,: After wbici', 9th lime, a n^w.Grand and CunviciPautomim^, �� � 'railed' ' ' . .' HARLEQUIN AND FRIAR BACON;' - , . ; ;Or,th,e.JJRAZ;eis.,yii:y^ju, ,1 Friar Bacon, MriCortier; Vandcrmast (afjerwards Pantaloon),' Mr.; Barnes ;'^Adums- FrVIJWERD; ABBOTTS;! of '.;,,^rft>.Y-10�Skinner-,�trcet,irespeclfdlly jiifofitt M^K-i'. (cbanis,,Dealers,^aod iJfjpii!|e�,;Whp buy lheir,.Winea from , Dock.thoi.Tr S>id,|l-,A al'ii Oi-'edi't W Wontlis, from dale of transfer,'or six ^" Moii^i�''tJ*^itihiid'5-'|terX36lvM iiirdnimbiisiy,' ' i; That tlienense and opinion of the labahitaulls Of-tiiis'. PRIZES INCREASnO-bLANKS DECREASED, -AND PRit^E ,R!iPUCED!!! Vh^ BFSti has gre,^|^.^at�.l>i'ilclIOll in recomnieiid-JL  inglheNE-W y^ifi'SXOTl'ERlES to the notice of highest Friends,, the Publir, as they will fiud llie Scheme contains' ' � Nine Pri�es .of 21,000/. Consols and Money. -Not Two Blanks to a Prize. Lowest Prize ]2/.,Money, liuuKIe the Number of frizes there jiBually have been. Price of flie Tickets reduced. Three ^IjOBO/. al leiisl, must bedraWn First Day. Three mure Sl.-OiUW. may be drawn Fii at Day. OneTickel may gain 'Iw.i 21,000/. Tliis Month. ' � ti3,00l)i. in fii-sl Five Minnies niustbe drawn Firsl Day. Kveiy Tiiket now on sale must be drawn First Day. Not half the number of Biaiilc there usually baa been. , " The drawiuj rummencM'on the day when Parlinnitnt mrel. 23d THIS MONTH (JajiUary); and before the King's Speech can be �nm.unc�d fioni llie Tliipne, nl Iriist 53,000/. must be delerniiued, a-i ihere are Three Pi-izes of '-il.OOO/. arranged 60 os to be drawn in the first'Five Minutes ! . , . Tiikelaaml Shares are Selling by BISH, SlockTBrpke.r, 4, Curnliill, and 9^ Cliaring-eroBB, London, and by his Agen's in Ihe Connlry, who'Sold in ibe vti-y last Lottery CoiitriiCt : (just liiiislied)^ ' ' ' '  � ^ 1, Nine Shores�20,020! ' FivcShares21,050-! i 3,646.... i...whole Ticket.....lO.tioo! ; Besides several minor Capilala,' too iMiinerunsfor'insertion. : The Prieea ofi Slocks-are affixed, hourly, ingainst  -BISH's ?� Meeting, originated wi!li a. fciv individuals,, cpnlains, the, srgnatiii^es o'f n very'liic'ohsiderable nuniber, and' is' cousi'-' iitb ,a, patience niitP fortitude the must heroic,, and Willi a magnaHimity which entitles them to fiur highest praise and admiretiun. -5. That irison'r bouiHlcn duly-to make known to his Majesty the; deep regret we. feel, at the general depression ip the.various branches of AgricivtJure,. Manufactures, aiiij i^bmiiiercei io lamrnfthe'wiiul of Commercial Treaties with Fpfleign,.Stales, jwhercby our ir^dc; may be i,ncreased, ,lo j-c-. quest the restriction of the. public expenditure, that our burdens may be lessened'; the reduction of the large stand-iii(r-ariny, thatour liberties may not be endangered, artd the snbsliliitiun of a svsfem ,of amelioration and mildness for ihit of force'andc'oercioo, so as 10 cbnciliale the love and produce the happiness of the people. -. 6 "IVhen after nearly sijc years of profeiind. peace-T^wbeii Diuine Providence has, been niosl buontiful in every production of the Earth-when our Merchants have no want of capital or enterprise, nor our ''crtisana, of skill and industry (fur we knp,w that ill every branch of Manufacture they stand unrivaifcd) our 'commercial 'difficnliiea and dis-tresses still cuntiuu:, and^wben we have witnessed with ?o much pain tli� recent agitation of the public mind ; and au alarm ppread anioiiget all classes of bis Majesfy''s subje'cts; bj the introduction of an fmpoliltcaUd uucotKtilutibual Bill of Pgtins. iindPeuaJlies, the allegalibnB of. which were nut supported by legal prbofs ; and when the excilemeiit is still kept alive by the expectaliUn of further proceedings, we are irresistibly led to conclude that there innsi be defect or mismanagement in the administration of public alfairs. 7: Under tliese impicssibiis we consider it inrunibeut on us li):uddrS8s bis Majesty on the present state uf the foqii. try, and Ip besetch him to lake such steps as he shall judge best to ensure a retnrii of-.naliunat pi'OS|>erily, aiid' res'lbre tranquillity loulie minds of hia subjects. 8. That tjie Address now read be adopted, and that the Most Noble the Maiqiiis of Stafford, and Ihe Right Hon. Lord Viscon'nl Ausiiri, lie respectfully requested td prsaent the same 10 his Majesty. 9. That Ibis AdJvess lie at the Publir Office for Sigoa-tuVes during Uieluhowing week. J. VVRO'lTESLEY.  The Chaii-man having left the Chair, and Mr. Lewis being called lo,it,.U-was niove.d:by:iMr. Pearson,-aud carried una-nimoUBly- Thai the gi-ateful Tliiinksof Ibis Meeting ore eminently bis honourable, able, and im-"parlial conduct ill iJte Clmir. JOHN LEWIS. ADDRESS. We,- yonr Majesty's dutiful and loyal suhjecis, the Inha-hitanla of Wolverhampton, convened by. ttte Constituted Authorities of ibe Town, begto offer to your Majesty our 'seiiiiiiieiits of sinei-re aud'iiiviol-ible atlachincnt to your M*-je�iy;� perxuu, and to assure you of our firm determinntion to use uur best endeavoufs to support and jirt-serve tjiein-valuableCbiistilfction inherited froiU aud pui-cbs.sed with the .blobil of Our aiicesto'vs; ' , W^iilst.Me yield to no, description of your Majesty's suh. jecta in zCjUl and loyally,,we cannot disgoise or withhold our bonc-atfieii!igs^of''ih'e "present general distieas of the roun-lrv.^,^feMieiiCTiQi�a|[i: various brniicheB"of maiiufactnres, '^""Ttefi^^llfc^^i"'^^"^''''- 'i''�aled'i'Ti lliir midst of and suri-SM�^R?*njio|Vu1iit\cii/lffi:1e short of 100,000 iuba-bitauts,'cihi^v cumpoircd of mauufaelnrers and labouring iiicChanicE, who have .auffered the severest privations tur ume ytarc, in consequence of the unprecedented atagualiuii of ti-a'le, 'diid w'aiit of eiBployment; but great and accilmo-lated as have been these distiesse.-^, lliey have hi cu endured with heroic patience, and a insgHiroiniiy which exciies. our praise and admiration. Alihough we rejoiccat the peaceable demvauuur Hndilbe ste.-ady and loyal attachment of Hie people to your Majesty and the laws, it is with paiu aud liiixiely llial we have Hjbserved an agitation iu the public mind, produced by some:of Ihe .measures of your Majesty's Ministers, and eepccinlly by the iiilroducl'ion and perseve-raqce, in a" Bill of Pains and Penalties in the House Of LpViis-a Oill whirb excited tbc just fears and reasonable alaim of ynur Majesjtj'ti loyal subjects, as involving the safety of llie Coustitutioii, the honour of the Crown, aiid' the best interests �nd happiness of your people.-And we humbly bog to assure your Majesty, that we are of opinion this excitement u'ill not sub>ide, unless air proceedings against her Majesty the Queen shall be abandoned. ^ VYbeii we take into our consideration that we This'diy �re"^iAltsUfaf|iSM'W;ij�l bSiirda, ' ' ' >D E'SV'm. 'imwii^I'd^S.^' 'ijy'BEN�Y' . .V.:: r^siipj^etfe^m^ �.�..n.;-'^..-.;-, ... Printed'rof Sir Rfchirl Pfiilft^ and Cb.; aiid lb be had ofall-BDoksellWfsi-' >-;;�;' ^ '*�' � " ' -.....� ... . ...r.i..'..i!..> 1-! ... ..-r. This jtlay, J*iM|JuMl�.b?dj;dsaics�l�ai Ip -t(itf Riglil Hon; ijir, Charles Abbult, Kut.iuoue laige vulnme^Svp, pfiMil man is sirurk with it^ as comprehending ihe .wlioU of hujnau life in. all i.ts variety, thecpntemplaiioii of.which is iuexbausti-ble."-Bo.swell'a Life of Johnson, vol, i. p. 4o4. (To be continued every Saturday.) Published by William Sains, liooksellrrin' his Royal Highness the Duke of I'ork, No. 1; St. James's-sireel. NEW VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. I This'day. are pubtish'edy closely printed-i>i four Tulunics, : * roy?l,18i!iu,iilu?traled.witb Mapsjjirice 1/. boards, I ' 'or t/;12s.'liair-bnuiiii!,' " I r|^HE FLOWF/ks of i^ODEllN VOYAGES I Mr andTRAiVfeUS'! cnmprising thiise inoU -ikortby of I Becord,.betWeen.the yearsJBOB and 1820. i ' ' By W. ADAMS, A.M. , ., These ." Elpwcrs,'.' einbtaciug Europe, Asia, Africa, and ! America,' have been selcc'fcd from the most valuable anil I authentfi: Siini-ceii; and ire^ paiticn'lariy adaj^ted-fur snrh personpas do;not .po^arsa the means,or , the opportuitilJ", of,or votiimiiions .Stalements.-^Each of the Four ViHuniea is coiripiele of itself, and may 'life'hid sepa-rslrfly; � - . ;� : :'�)�'�  -  ':i ii .�-;-.':' ..The Purchasers .of.," Dr. Mavor'a Collectibii r ,6:C 'Voyages aiid 'Irnvels" are respectfully informed, t,hese..Vo-^ (notes were undertakeh Vriuripillly'with the view oV Jiei^ct-.t iiig :liia valuable Work; .for, sir^ce its publication, large t Accessions have been made to our general Stuck of Voyages BLi\ti Travel's.' 'vVitii' IhTs A'ddlti'd'n, however, it is hoped  Dr. Mavor's Colleclinir' will conlinuc to raiik us the most comprelieaisive and perfect iif-its kind. ) London : Priuted for Sherwood, IJleely, and Jones, Pnter. Dosterirbw. ^' . enjoyed the blessings of peace for nearly six years-that Divine IVovidence'Ihs been most bountiful in all ihe pioduc-lions of nature-wlu'iv our merchants possess ample capital, and disjilay llie same spiijit .aiiil enterprise,ati formerly:-that our manufueturers nminiain their nnrtvalled skill and supe-riurity over-every other country, still our commercial ililli-cuhiis nnd distresses continue iu Cull fui'ce; we arc therefore led to fonclnile, that there must he acjme mis-manageinent iji ' the Atlministratiun of Public " Affaiis, to account fur tiiese sir.ange. anoinalies. Duly sensible of your Majesty's paternal goodness aiid anxiely for the welfare of your loyal but suffering snhjerts, we hope, and are fully perauaded that-yuiir...Majesty will adopt those measnres whteh shall be best ensure a reluru of national prosperity, ahd lesture traiiquitlily to the minds of your people.. .�.'�.:-;- .� : � , 5, ; � That yonr Majesty may.long live to reign over ;>nd j loyal people, is ihe'ferveiit hope'aud ardent wfsh'of your Alajeity's dutiful sbbjeiclB. �� - URGESS'' NEW SAUCE for fjenertil purposes'having given'such great appr6ljafion;"aud the demand foritcoutinning to increase, JOHN BURGESSand S.ONibeg most - respectfully to offer this their beat acknpw-Ifdgmcnls tp..the Public lor their liberal .patronage of Ibe sameits ulility and greait convenience in' all cirmates has rdbommended it to the 'most distinguished fpreign connexions, who have all spoken highly in itt recommeudat'iuu. -4t,Ja prepared by.them ONLY>i,and for preventing dis-ippohilment'to families, all possible care baa been resort-ed'to, by each birtlle being sealed upon the cork with iheir jFjrm aiKj^Address, as welj as each Label bavmg their Signature, without which it cannot be genuiue. JOiTN BURGESS and SON'S long established and much esteemed ESSENCE of ANCBOVIES cpotinnea tp he prepared by them' afier the same roaaaer that bas giveu the greatest satisfaction for many years. Warehouse, 107, Strand, corner of the Savpy-steps, London.-(The Original Fish-Sauce Warehouse.) T a MEETING of the BURGESSES and ItiHABlTANTS of the Borough of WARWtCK, ho'lden, pursuant to Public Adverliiemeut; at the Towu-Hall; ob TUESDAY the26th Day Of ptcetnlier. 1820. ' KELlTNGiE GREEN lilayor, io the Chair. � Resolved,-TlialjSif�jfleetlSgj>ffttFe1�8i and heart, felt congratulations to her Majesfy,ioa the total failure of the Bill of Pains and Penalties, and on Lite defeat of the late disgraceful atteotpts which aimed at nothing less than to destroy Ihe honour aud character of oUr lewftit Queen; tu degrade the Monarchy, and to deprive the People of Ibeif best constitutional Rights. Resofved-That we feel if ript only our Right, but our Duty ilius' publicly tp express our unbounded and niifeigiied Joy, at theTioble-manner in whichJier Majesty has maiutained Jier Iniiacence,-again8b the foul and formidable Conspiracy, by which her.Majesty has been assailed ; and to declare our utter detestation of the unconstilulional and inquiiilorial proceedings against her Majesty.  ' ' Res'oii?ed,-That an Address be preBealed to her Ma. jesty,'expressive of the sentiments contained .in the fore, going Resolutions ; and that the .Address now read be ap. proved oC . Resolved,-That the Members for the Borough be earnestly'requested to present the Addiresa to her Majesty theQueea. 'V .. Resplvc^,-That the respectful and fprdial, thanks of this Meeting be given io the Dukes of Hamilton,and Bedford, to the Marquis of Lansdown, to the Earls Grosvenor, Grey, Darnley,Carnarvon,and Darlington, to Lnrds the|Hnl-land. King, and Erskine, and to tlierest of the Noble Lords who so powerfully siipported the principles o( Justice aud, of theCunstituiion, at the same lime that they suc-cea^fAlty defended an injured (3ueen, against Ibe artful ma-criluntiuns of an odious, insidious, and malignant Con. spjracy. Resolvsd,-That Ihe thanks of this Meeting are due, and are hereby given, to' Lady Ann Hamillon, and Iu Mr. Alder-inan Wood,,for their long.lried, disinterested, and failh-iful services to her Majesty. Resplvrd,^TIiat the five following Gentlemen be ap-. piiiiitrd a Committee for the purpose of carrying into effect the Resoluliti'us of this Meeling,.and that a majority of them be empowered to act :-Aii-; AlderinaA Edwards, Rev. A.S. Wade, Mi-, Richard Tomes, Mr. Willifim Collins, jun. and Mr. John Parkes, juii. The Mayor having left the Chair, and John Tomes, Esq. being called to il- Resolved,-That the thanlci of this Meeting be given Io our truly respectable Mayor, for the promptness with which he complied with the wishes of tbe Gentlemen who signed the Reqaisilio'n to cairtbia Meeting; and for the imparlia-lily with Which he has presided ove� the important bujiuess of ibis day. Npw publishing in Moutblji, Nnmbeis (Fppr.-uf "^uHi.iiiay behad), price 3j. each, eleganliy 'printed"iui-6yut-8'v6'.  M>tOrflfiirOTWurtc,entitled^ � ,.- ~ APR lN..LON,p,ON-for. The .bay-anti Nij-ht i Scenes �if Jcriy Hawthorii, Esq. aud his ehppii FrUnd, Corinlbian Toin, in their Rambles and Sprees through ihe Metropolis. . I. , By PEAlijpE EGAN. " Of the (ilility uf such a Work tiiere can be no doubl, while Lolidoti abounds as it iliies with impo.=itiire and le'rtip'-tation. As tar as it has pruceVded, il is executed with eun-sidera.bletasle and Iru lb, ai-il deserves tu till a respectable rank aoiong Works of prartical philosophy. It is one uf Ibe most aninsing books lately published. For our own part (but, perhaps, we are partial), we prefer il to many of the sketches of mankind which have appiaied since the days of the ' Speclator.'-' Le Franc I'arlenr' does not speak so plainly as our hero-^'JL'Herniite ;de la Ch-iussj d'Aiiliii' leads top r^lired a life-and 'The llerniil in London' is tpu dandyish and vapid-iS^5��nipare 'with hint. '"Geoffrey Crayon"; � presents nieV^'^pf^ieSj � while Corinlbian Tom gives finished Purlrniis ;-wTlh-all the delicacy and piecisiuii of'Gerard'Don w, he unites lli'e boldness of Itubeiis, and the intimate. kno'wIe�lge-of � Teiiier3."-^European . Alagaziiie, November, 1S2(^' ; This Work will be completed -in Twelve Numbers, each of which will be illosirated with -three charncterislic coloured Plates, Ihe scenes from real life, by 1. K. and G. Crnikshank. . . London: Printed for Sherwood, Neely, aiid Jonr.s, Paler-noster-row. ' Dian most gincereljr attached to his King, alid to Ihe glurion Coii>tit4i.tion under which we Ijve, to refuse.lo,presint urcli in Addirtas to .her Majesty. 'Wemust surelj-, Ger.ll.-ni: ii, iiee the wording'uf tliis Address ill eolira differeut poii'ts oc" view,and LwHl 'take llie liberty of lelling ygn in what tight it appears to me. in my opinion, it could hot have bn .i better expressed for its Oojeft than it is, if it had bteii meanl,not as an Addresa.of Cdugi-alulaiiun to h.r iMajisl), hilt as a vehicle to forward the purposes of faction, and i.> instil furthel- poison into Ihe minds of Ihe lhoii;;hlrss i--' ignorant, which arealready too much tainted �vith a spirit of disaffection and of lo be, 1 should still my duly, of tbe Reprereulatives of tbe loyal county of Suffolk, aad as.a , � Tu Thmas S'^rlvch Gooch, Esq. 31. P. Drcembfr24, 1820. Sir-We.hajfeio acknt sledge the receipt of your leiiir, dated on llieKlhof llifa nionib, and we will make ils eoi.-teuls known Iu tbe inhabllants of the lumdied of Lacki'onl. who li&ve subscribed (.lie Addiess tu the Uuoert, If, Sir, jon bad hern pleased mereljr to decline the otVu-i of presenting this AddTESi to her Majesly, we shouhl not have felt It iieressary to trouble yon wiib any reply ; neiilw.-i)o wc propm-io.lo.^^argue wilb you upon your couviclii-.i " that Ihe Queen's g�iiit is us clie.r as tjie^smi at niicm.d.iy. " But as yon h.tve thought propo- to reflect with great asjx-rlly upon the seniinieuts wlitcli are expicssed in the Addrrs.':, it has become our duty, in viuduaiiou of oms> Ives and of the many respeclabie persoii.s by ohuni t'lis measure been promoted, to repel the im|iiilniioiis �li:ili yniu luir seems inriiideil lo coiiviy. Vnu mest s[ive us leave i i !� :l you, Sir, that we do not yield lo you or lo anu ni:iii in attachment lo tiie Consliluliuii of Ihe rc:tiiii, ni- io j.iy�liy U> our Constllalioiial King. ISilt wi-have yrl loli-uii llut loyally in. iiicnmpaliule ivitii synijiailiy for our n'.:'Mit.l Qiieeii ; or wilh of Ilio-.e ineasoies ivhi. Ii^ been sediilotisly though fruitlessly pursued lo -.iciMfve tu r rtiiij. We have yet to le.-iro that men may be .i-i:-!'/ branded as the fomeiilers of fjclioii ami disloyalty, h.c->u...-they dare to express their jify at lier",15ajtsly's late di-ii>ii-ance, ami their hopes her pir.secniiuua iii:iy m t he renewed. You will forgive us, Sir, if ue d-j not :iiIni:C (iiolwithstandiiig your iniihoriu) that we are disaU'tcii-t subjccif, b(;u.t upon " iii.stilliiig poi-ion into the nuiids i.t' the ignprani," because we. pray for such a rlKiii^c of oii.-; -surea lis miy replace our counlrynitii in jnor-ii-rily. an i i.� tlie.full.ciijoymeiit of tin ir coiislilulioiial rig!i(.=-. .\i'e eic. not suppose that you. Sir, an active iMi-uibcr of ilie Ijoii.'; of C-'nimons, can be ignorant of the real coodiliun of !!: ;4i Ue-f iiifalualion. To this desperate p..Key iiive v..; lo aiirJnii.-ihe evil, if the Coiislilmioii of Kiiglami and I'l.- Tiironi! el" our Sovereign be brought Io liazaid. Even i:o;Vj ivlien il..^ daiigtr has become manifest to rmyeye, we m-c iIh: .Miiil.^-ters and their partisans siriviiij; lo wiiien the iiieaeli v.-i-.ii.i they have opened bcliveen Ihe GuvernoKiil and the pi-ui.-li- ; aggiavating insteail of coni-iliating; liirialeniof; ihe (!ii.i;. wfih fresh iiidignilies; and disnii...5ing Parliumeni will! mi-examjiled rudeness. Sir, it is nut '* ihe lliL-u-iliilcss am! t'o-ignorant" who cry out ag:iiiist these procceiling.,-: ji i.^ i.'-.i-universal People of (jreat Urilaiii ! Under these ci;cnmstaiices, it moves our iiidignali-.;ii a-i much as our to liud ihe abeilois ofilie la's.- .-m.u miscfcifcvoiis poliry which lias endangered b.iiii liio C'lO-.vjj and ihe People, daring lo arrogate to thenisclvi-s liie p;ai-=i; exctasire loyally; thruwiug around their raiitlour rl!;!r:.;t: of disaffection; identifying the interests of Miiiisiei-j vv.i'i Ihe sacred caase of the King; and striving to lix tiie si-^in i uf faction and disloyally upon, those vrlio-dare to cooilt-mii the late proceedings against the Qii.fcii, or ifie sy..ieiii oi' administration which has plunged the coviiUiy iiiiu siit'-' deep distress and such inihiineiil peril. It ia wilb great regrit that we tind ourselves cunipeilrd n� make this reply to your letur. But you have chosen, onl necessity or provocation, tu impute lo our comhu-i lou-lives which we abhor; aud it Ijecuines us to repel liie i hntj-.-promptly and publicly. We desire most earnest ly t-i see oi-Sovereign happy, safe, and powerful; lo see hioi enjoy ih.-confidence of a contented' nation; anil, di siiiog iHi---, w,-t' :iiat Conslitnliou to which you. Sir, profiss so slion^ an an a-fi-ment.-We have the honour to he. Sir, Your very obedient huntlde Servanis, (Sr^oed) H. E. BUN BURY, JOHN TURNER n..\i,r:.s JOSEPH RANDYLL Bl'-iiCET, WILLIAM PAR.SON, C k. ROBERT EAGLE, NATHAN ORMAN, Clk. lixlract of a letter from Sir William Uuwhv, dated December 24, 1820:- � � " I shall be in London thelaltfr end of Ih constitueula Hhenevcr I can. POLITICAL INFOnniAriGN FROM THE NORTH RIDING OF YORKSn!R.r-. TheToriesof the North Ridi,gofV,;;^;rfi^^'!:, .�Vltetilig .:t I Ihe -.mill.-.) :f bilter disappointment at the failure uf ih Norlhallertoo and its vicinity, have since evin est activiiy; and, on S.iturday Inst H.o 30,1,, a. R.chmon.l, to take info their coosideralion Ihei.ropnH- r~r"/'\'T'"^ from A;c;,i^:;:f;i  sentiments; �i,li .fais view tLo f ,r "' look place:- ^ following co.ivspomi,, Richmond, Dec. 30 We, the undersigned, baving nnderstontl that a professing to be of Richmondshire, is ahoul lo a?! Richmond, this day, to lake into cousideralion an -id . tu hisi' Majesty^ feel .^ancumbent on 'us lo (x-ives:; our prise that such a proceeding shouhl be adople.l .^vil' cresy ; and we beg to know if our inforuiatic/u i (Signed by) The Hon. 1'. Unndas J. Wharion M. Wyvill W. Wharion ANSWER. The Gentlemen lo whom this le'.fer has b.-eu dilU-. from Messrs. Donda's, Wharion, Ac. not ioleiulu'-: day lo hold any meetitig, profes�i->g lo !>,. a iMet-iio;! of ii t: � moudshire, do uol fceUthtmsel /es called upon to .vi.;.' further re|ily. Kicbmondj December qO.^ 1830. The above not being sn>1,'factory, i' detoied n>ce.5F=ry to Iransipil lo Ih^.parly -tUe.subm'qinii-', ileeUr:.iii;ii. ', ' Richmi*.-:!, LVriinb.rai', Inconsequence Of the aii^jv.e: to our fuinor I. ii.r, "i. the undersigned, do foehy 'give y^ou nnlice, that }.hi.n\.l i. \ thing emanate fr on, yiSar meeling this ilay, or at aov '.u:.iu lime, purporti-.,'^ to b'i!�an ex^iessioii of I'iic pulili. .-( 1-r. .i of'Bichmund^iiie, or anij'pai-i of it, wc si.all '.hii'k ,t ei;: 30, 1S?S>. nie. It-.i; seillt h- .:. is corietl. T. .'Viol son K. Wwili il. Ciu:lo.;i r. Il:| 1 ;