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   Commentator (Newspaper) - May 3, 1828, London, Middlesex                                i jews were nbtmeei ffiefeirh of a oa the iBy Ihfe ff iltt This Genwul of otfr Atl that hwtopewa i of officers aad who il te and oafe wi account of the final existing bosi frsw jthtt peace wlti not and tiie crew info but it seems that it wl till the expedition that bejins toacqaire new lead of aetivtly a great specoialton id attwJesfor supply Many bouses have made arf iiave risen The rates of insorance rt the same whence it is inferred that little sion is eotertajyoed topoj appear be persons affirm that an Minor is would fe General atid decisive effeefak The araiy eommaBded has been rewarded by pecnniary donations oamerobs wmch increases theardoar of the armyof and its impatieace for he commenceineiit of bostili It is sai4 at for the but to their la they wi Count oarCivil is a fojr last week be inspected thevmaga tiaes and and appeared 40tisr fieid withffie good order which lie jfomd u part Beis tortA the post of infeQtlanVQeneral ojf the twp with a salary of Oar aratty wlU meet with DO reslstaQce provtoces and talte pessesflon of very of tfte Emperors idepartare for t vib g el to haTeaSnded richjpetariiSitad of oar cemnioa rjopatrjrV aunt of aid ter pzesent that the finnn vmiots parts of Ae opwards tons of nquiring aeapital the array does the Aprd is tpokca and it is said that StraKonoff Atorandnr and Midud Bis te ewcted at the en the to the isf JbJlast that 4ie aeeeints two JJrfent Bfigs and semesmaller of where he of The French to have spoken at HompesdTithe Aosfrian VicerCowa of arrived at board the Austnau ihip the IfegUli April Wv Shocks of an Florence to tb tight otflie Jpth of and Sim ft v as tbiream BO and the i ft mid it ia ibofifhi 4bat tils in larnved tog to the of Mmrcb m their that a i JBWH semcepf mope viewed as a in one of the jmie productive frrauhr lag aa article of indispensaBle necessity to hnman it be aa pbjeei lk Ms attended by 6f Severw wreckejii on and tarfs not tatd d6Wn 6n tor chajt and the i bag b tell Yoalr it a matter of earnest flijti shouldbe explored j1 thit they snottlcf fe surveyeo authentic M r j If ply interests pf to iL Thav T TV the Pacific in duty Reynolds to the io the subject on of the ex carried on in bat qaartet difficuk and baiaid wtid evw a I ti jT rTbedadies ofHart the impovembed they bare scnt4o ArcniprfBf with a JeRef in whiisfcthwpteiVe kmdly tbejn in their xleelared how iy m kttiir tesfifies boOi to active e tejtder partiejs 7bo pave Ibpen engaged and ourbeartB Weed fqr De prrwd of yoarprotectan the fortune of and oon datully in fear of evik vone than priyerm are aad yeor saftty to pardon of thttboustf with which he hath blessed The poor among wbaviv to little children have he possible had so long rejected of tSeir m to have made the exception and tie 4he He eoaceived Jbafc the intie ought 4o that alt jshquld eatertaia what v jions opiaibns they might think so that they jQOt tftfifi pftflco OtJwfr jral rule be toleration of ppinipns the expeplion onghtto that persoas held religious opinionswhich were to disturb the peace of the coimtrf should not find but lie opposed with all the hough such he the sub yet have come to the discussion of tonight it notbeea that a taken place jn opinions and Ae the fprjnetly ungracious the Bpmaa jet Jfrpm rliest which had jSrom material THiCO fcutOBO jPPlOHinff JUlu petijiftns thejrJordships notonly to hut also prayed lord ihipi might Jbe disposed to put JIB endtoall cjwl daabilities 09 account 0f Under cjumge to much greater np he was strongly im the necessity of iheir ultimately broadjjrincipie of be tdlhaUiss8jiters re4ained thettangracioosand1 towajcds the She haje jfeltjt bwdHty to ij ceald to of civil acwant jehgious fa it He coadnded fe which be moved mighfr be Earl ofELDON wished to say one word this petition The NoMe Earl who presented it bu0pludn that their by way towardi conoedmf li that Wmt htd said was tiat onestepfarlher ia their lostiee aad that ffis V nDf G whoHy hrtpealWtHi la Test and Corporation far asraorafco The of HAA8OWBY ptUUonfBom the Boman Catfcoiicftof for nmaraV of His Bomatt moved Ae onteB of ill far Test and upon The Earl of ELDON roseto Barred rHousetp page B onin second upon e an The these BVdo o m m J KSEriwS ppon iU mpaansh wascalled to the jbjpne to sapport Ae Protestant and every tookcarethat ahonrf hea Their bara debate the other injghtattfrthe operation of the Test Now he Lord that he had the reputatiott Of much addicted to doubting was anxious than he Was that the opinions if and friend on the woolsack with fliem toe he Should by and for the on entering upon office should take thedeelaration aghast Jbqaght already persons taking office to do so be Lord bttt he did not to set his ioniip that of his noble and learned orffliove all doubt on the he should clause to He was desirons that i contfcuiedin thisbill should affect the but be was quite Lords might that unless some such jhat introdaced into that would be most essentially aflectad by Jfis Lordship the the wordsr1 thatrl am a Protestant as Soooas Hollands motion should be disposed seem that he to with when only record uponthe ioorpals of theirJpidshijt it war his opinion tSatihie worda oughtnot tosttnipart of bilL Bat thenobfe smdlearaed Jbrd though their upafsaing a cctarse of most dreadful rebut buta te rstJxmfrfauWwnent V expressed it to be his the not to pass with far as the secjlrity of the and of country ware If bfi were this it no thisqnes to the of toM concession to jnfettheyMd a passage from an eminent any more tbag the to whom wwkwas It That if men wanted td govern them eagrosa all the civil we had a qnafificatious but if they to we had no right to Caution was always necesary under the pretence of scrujSes The test act was as a of as certain were proofs to tfietraVielfer of tEe mildness of Lhecliiriale of he 5 v thenput the true of a stand agreedto withoot of ELDOftiflayea thataftEr s oiliARfcOWBY saidr enfprced bis any new was for the iba aadr wished which it fairlyapd Jjf his pif tii6 woolsack were correct in t any thing decidedly amendment j tccordbg againal heVtaken x J had connexion with of cor Hew security their tocdwips not adtnif aia would notj he bdievedt exdude single individual wh jnoght now obtain and yet weuUi have effect off prc OB which the ibeir cpajpletely open and he tipped their be wa sure lordshjps on any saaction the inwr have toaaoltier Actuated to the The Bishop of CHESTER that it should Jbe was a measure of coacessiob granted tpthoae the existing jtowi that ciammstAace in trhiHr jhe 7 forma part ofth0 that comprised in thpiwoids already he did notwisb theasactf that sacked name to be morejre quent than van was reason of his refnaiig his jrapport to that aad this was hia answer to of who complaiaed of the conduct of that bench ift this He must confess that was Sorry the word Protestant bad not been added to tiie as had been pro posed by the floble earl for whase opinions he should feel The Earl of ELDON that not a syllable had fallen from him in favour of Jhe sacramental the it was his principle that it should be taken the sacrament a bat as x test called upen to take office was a member ef the established church cf The scruples which were entertained were more than suffi cient to require that it should not be retained bat the church and state which formed the constitution of the required that instead of the sacramental test something of something of substantial should he The utmost possible respect was dne to that right buthe the Earl of Eldon ask bun was to think under a Pro testant a Protestant and a Ptotestanf found proposition like that he had made And yet the rev beach ap peared to constitution of this country should bethaBdeo over to persons who would not tell what sort ef Christians they but who were merely to call thfiHuelves It was painful for him to say bat he agaip and again that a substitute that was not worth any thing jj and bewpuld not believe that tiie it was in passing the authorityof that him that the character of was dinerent then he would say no more WELJJNGTQN swoVitwas hU wish to canfine hinisilf to the discussion of tht question actuallj before their But first of all he must assure the right Rev that if this were merely an incipient or if it were intended to be followed op byahjr other be was no party to rach He jtorted the not wishedto destroy toe pnsStent lytrtem of but he bad supported it because he believed it to be essential to the preservation of the peace thfrestabUfthed indpf peace of the It propftiedMfcgf Ihe words H pa faith of i wSaiilhevTriwrof he Jews to his own hedid hot believe J to be the intention of the laws that Jews should itwis Aeiatenl laws that Dissenters should be admitwL OA rmMlA Jm these arid it was inotoripuswf 1 senters hiadbeent admitted to corporations i the object of theipriginal Java to J ft was thorn out of corpora JMbv itL thai the lepislauire was perfectly well aware that Ihssenters were admitted iato corporations There wasnoin stance in which the legislature had saactioned the admusida t the that given satisfaction to the majority of the todwrftaipriiy of He be to the hoar measaftuand he oae tittie of it for afl die all the and all the titles which the Afford btat theUaW tt wBclr1iMf lordship spoke rendered many of his poservstioas iaaudjblf balpw ttflr Ha tested would indulge him wbila he took a shprt vjew of r MMM g thMr nbTecL ex reasoas such UndSr he should oppose the propositiep for expunging the words pa the true faith of a Bat there was another reason why they ought tp It was Quite and disliked by this that Jews should fed admittedinto corporations and public principle was to be let that question be ftdrly brought forward and apt on the tbM into a bill wffich confempiated nothing of the kiindv the more convenient conrse of and tneonly coaree likely to bring their lordships labours to a ion be for noble lords to confine themselves to the avoa thedebafiai of alien from that before the TJieTtfarqtds of LAJVSD0WNE said there was no in tteatioa under this act of depriving tile Jews of any of advantageswhich they now Beyond this he believedhisaoblefriead did not wish to proceed atleasf he shmildBOtfeel himself warrantetfin soppor ting his nobl illOlidBl W tU K le i any inujg eiscrj tf therJews weife to be it mjrstaQtbe by a side Bafby a direct pro AIT thaTlie wWiei forrtKe Jews aslhftliieBeyed diem to and weavcdaductBd theylFor the part should be thu or wottriflolc at the coasidered when tiie 4 persons wMtopk GovemnieBtwere obliged to take the oath of supremacy and the agjuaat transubatantiation and according to the statement of the noble aad learned lord onthe extended so far as even totbe sitaation of commQn couaeilniaa oi a Heknew it was said that of supremacy did not afford a suffi cient security on toe part taking he thought it was quite saffieiest and Jie was not willing to impose ontiie Boroan Catholics any additional or any would seem to fasten farther disabilities on He the necessity of taking this course themore particularly k because when the Dissenters were excluded from taking certain tests which were disagreeable he should introdnce i form of would appearance of their lordships would excuse said oae word oa an accusation which again and beenbrought lordships in many The accusation that th right or the majority werecoibprpmisin die interests of the established iefinqmsbiD on which they ought to inaistv This was said with reference to the act of and the test am corporation When such a chargers this was made lie was happy to have it in his he had done so formerly when subject before opinion expressed by anc moatconscientieus who had tor many years done honourto his applied to by His He alluded to the late Lord who nsed these remarkable expressions in bis correspondence with His late While the doctrinfraba o the church erf Englaad the esta blished while the for its ministers forms an appropriated itseems to aoy relie affijfded to sectarians will not nutitate against the church or the act of liordliENYON if right prelate bad read the whole of the cprrespondenee to which he had insteadpf apartxif hewould have found that his Lord Kenyons venerable ancestor was called oa to state how hisfifejesto ought to consider himself bound by his coronation with reference to me testand corpora tion The articles tti which those acts related exclusively to it was that so any relief could be given or any favour could be to be construed In dpae for teaser auc But this distinc to do witt the Ronian respect to thB vedpfiu the sake of the church and mdshipjs would iasBt on such a cnJcaaBtancnevideatry in explanation thathe aad words of the illustrious lawyer to whiini the purpose of showing that ieconsidered tie of JEngland to consist in of Ker doctrine and and the legalised snp V The of LLANDAFF he question in case bat rather a qqestioa as to the heological mierpretation of the path of tyiiicfr must be taken By all those entering must be taken oy all those entering ipon that point tie he was assorting t t was the opinion of almost the whole of thai that he oath of supremacy formed a sufficient barrier against the initirfuction of Roman The Earl of ELDON was sorry to Be again to tresjHUStaa the time their He still was of notwithstanding all he and he had istened to it wjth the utmost that die amendment whicbheprpposed was absphitely The Duke xtf WELLINGTON was deswoua of saying one word oa this The noble and learned tanutad tfip4 heoath of rapreaacy was apt snffident secttriWiagaibsi Etoman Bat tile noble and learned bjdvhad not stated kndshms that snptemacy was aheiedby the act of King and heiithe JDuke of knew of no declaratioa aiace tbe statateof Williaia wmcb did go safWent the object which it feamertJiad in Tta nebk and learned lord on the weoisack bad stated most ppmioa and it was scsiceiy necessary far torrepeat ifcto heir ttat against bansubstaotiatiba must still be sabscribeplbyptooaa taking f And he must say ihenobte no answejE to tbat therefore felt that   

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