Courier, February 26, 1806

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Courier (Newspaper) - February 26, 1806, London, Middlesex VHfeAfKF HOYALV l>Rt)R.V-UANE. ' T^.MORROW EVENING � theit Majcuiei' X SefVaht*;VvjM 36> , i. THE a'R^VBi,LHRS; tor Music'5 Faicinatiori; , , The principal charatt'ers.by MesSrsf. Elirsion, Urahanri, Johnstorte, ?/liathewSj OfMtdft-'dnd'Paoniiter i Mrs. f owell, iVfrs.iRlouhtainj Mrs. -filaM;. and Stgnflfa StoracP. To-which wjH-WiKi(icd.-.a peiy FarCe, i:i iiAiis, calleil The W EAT H E R CO GK.r- . . On SllOhJas^i 'the 1uextrF�ibv.^8, iSof� will A^o   ' THE CRT�ATIO>f! , Composed by Joseph HavclJi,: M^D.Oxon^ And.the favorite Serenataof ^ ACIS" AMD GALATE.'^. �� " Composed '^by G. F. Handel. : Princinal VodSl Perthrmers-Sigtwra STOllACE, Mrs, SALMiVN, Mrs. BLAND, and Mrs. DICK�NS; Mr. BliAHAM, Mr. GIBBONS, Mr. PYNE, Mr: SMITH, and Mr. DOYI.E. �  ,  _ Leadfcr of.the Haiid, Mr. ASHLEY; Organ, Mr. J. ASHLEY.. The Band and CheruSes fwhich are numerous and complete) by the in'>stapi>Toved-Pertbrrtn.-rs. Places for the Boxes to be taken ot Mr. Briiidon, at the Box Oifice, Halt-street. Doors.to.be opened at sil and begin ax seven. Boxes 6s. Pit 3s. 6d. Ga], 2s. Upper Gal. is. Bioks of the Pertbr-�niance (with the Irriprimatureof E. Macleish) to be had in the Theatre only, price 6tt. ' ; SHAW, MAYOR. IN a Meeting or Assembly of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Liveryineri, of the several Companies of the City of London, in Common Hall assembled at the Guild-hall in the said City, on Tueiday the 25th day of February, Uesolvedv That we dannot sufficiently express o�r satis-fadhoni a�Ml coneratuTate the Gountry at Jarj^e, upon seeing called into his Majesty's Councils, persons ot the most eminent talents, vjrtiie, and experience, forming a s rong, com-preherisive, and efficient Administration, suitafaie to the ernerj^ency of th^ times, and calculated to promote the great interests of the Nation. Besolvod, That Vievring the able and distinguished Characters cdmpbsing his Majesty's present Governihehti \ve have the most pcrfedl cot(fidence, that by a revision cf^ast errors -a reformationof public abuse-a wise applibatwh of our lesources-and an effeaiveconstitutiorial plan fbr National Deience, this Cdiiiifry, surmoiihting every difficulty, may be restored to its former rank, power, and intluence; and the peace, libetty, and security, of his M>jest>'s Dominions eStaoIished oh a firm and lasting foundation. ' ; Resolved, That the Thanks of this Common Hall be gi vch to Harvey Chtistian Coinbe, Esq: one of the Representatives of this City, for his manly, consistent, and meritorious con-�lu4l in Parriament; and especially for his resistance to a Mbtit^ made in the Hoiise of Commons ft)r the ere^Mon of a. MoaumeAt tqthcateunfortunate Minister,^r. Pitt. Tavern, on Thursday next, the 27th instant, at iz o'clock precisely.(at which several pc-r.ions of the first Commercial consequence have promised toatterta,) lor the purpose of LStabliahing a NEW LIFE INSURANCE UF-nCF.'tobe called THE ROCK. Theintiended Cajiital is a Million, to be raised by shareis of I'sheach, payableby Instalments, , Few Concerns have iroyed .mofe profitable to those en-gagetlMn therh tUanOHicsS-tor Life insurance.; one Office of this kind, namely, the Equitable, made adear profit of agj.oBol, in 17 years ; and -alK others, conrined to Life In-surauce, have beenemineiitA'successfill. Booksfor Subscription will be opened at the Meethie. \ - ,  WILLIAM LODLAM. ij, Welbeck-s'.reet, Cayen'iish-.square. . goih Feb. iBoej- � ^ .  � "* ru Eo p O r;A RE A D; WID0 W. IF the Representatives^ or any of the Relatives of THEODORA READ, Widow, vl^ho was the House-keeper and Enecuttix of Thomas Pembroke, Esq. deceased, ...J :_ .......' supposeifto be alicitbr. No. 18, . . rewarded tor their trouble. to , . mention it, but assure him they will agree in every wish to reconciUiaftd make life as comfortable as he himself may in any way point out. Or a most grateful Reward wrill be given to any. person, hy application being made at No- j8, Goodge-street, Tottenham Court-road, they who can give, information where he last was, of the Road-he took, so that he may be found. Heis of Li^ht Complexion, Light Brjvvn Hair, Long Featured, LosgWiskers, a- Thickness ot' Speech, he h�s a particular Walk, and mostly holds down his Head. About Five.Feet Ten Inches Hixh. His Dress consists of a Dark Mixed Coat, a)ark Checked Waistcoat,' Dark Small i-lothes and Worsted Stockings. � A CASE OF PARTICULAR DI.5TRESS a CLERGYMAN of the GHUHCH of ENG-XjL LAND.havingf ? Wife and one Daughter, and who Ins fsr twenty years been aHli^ted with Paralysis, and tor tiie last ten yeiir* rendered ihcapable of Parochial Duty, or indeed moving his lower limbs; wishes to influenee the feelings of the Charitable and Humane. He be^s with.due submission to say, that the smallest donation transmitted to him by Vost, diredod t*? *he -Rev.-William VVilUn.l.onii; Meltbrd, near Sudbury, \Sufiblk ; or deposttjed in ,the. Iwjids ot Mr. Cili, 1^0. iQ9,3 Halves . . vCs 8 o Quarter.'" . . . a 14 o i oimoenius . o 13 6 i heold festiiblislKd Slate l.otiery Offices,' No. a6, Corni hill,. 51, Chaiing-Ctrtss,: St: Margaret's Hill, Borough, wh! at His Maj-^Sty's Yard at Debtford. Also, the Hiillot his Majesty"** ship Heroine, with the .Cop|jer tasteniiigs, &c. lyingat his .VLijeity's Y^rd at Wool- jnei-e nny persirts tvhhins to become purr'jaserT,�tijy b:!Ve tit Itber.y of vietviHg the \ii�ie during tl^^cummon .-woikln^ hours of the Yard,'until the Daf of^ HaJl, Imvjiams and" Ojiidtthns oj '^j/e m.ty it bad-Jjare, and W�pmSI)AY, TEBRUARr 26, 1806; at NAVY-OKriciE, Fcli.19, i8.i6.; , THE Pvhtcip/il OJicvrs and Cjonimhsioiieis of His Mjve^tji's Hi'jvj' do hetfly ^Ive Notice, that on ^^zn-NESDAY, rfe ^th of next Mmih, m Ot!i\'r ii'Ht be rfceiwdafter Twelve o'clock on the Jly of treaty, nor any noiiied, unless the p-irty, ei an itgent fur him, iit- ARMY CONTR.ACT. Commissary General's Ottice, Feb-J.i, 1806. NOTICE is hereby ginjen, tkut the Commhsary-Gencrul is reudyto recciw I'roposals fo- supplyi/ii^ \uch if ... ,. 1, .-.'t,�j**' i*\ff "I ^'j-^'Lv f 0/^^1/1 n^ tP.it none ivtil t>� rete'.ved tiftei; TwrH'e o'Chck on th.tt day), ytnd ij sent by Poa, the ppsljge must bi paid, wxy Districts. , Coiir.ties. NoRTiiF.R.tj-Noithumberland,' Cumberland, Wesfitiore-land, ai'.d Ourhsm. . V ORK-YorK and L,incolii; � EASTtaN-hloifolk, SuHblk, Cambridge, ; Huntingdon, and- Essex. Southern-Kent and Sussex. . S uTH-VV*est^Hsnts, Wilts, and Dorset Isle or Wight-Isle of Wight. Western-Devon, Cornwall, and Somerset." StvuaN-Glciucester, Worcester, Herelord, Monmouth, and South Wales. - North-West-Chester, Salop, Lancaster, and North W:ales..:.' , , � � ;., Home-Middlesex, Surry, Hertford, and Berks. NcKTU Inland-)>erby, Nottingham, Staltbrd, Leicester, Warwiik, and Rutland. South Inland-Bedford, Northampton, Oxford, and �Buckinghnm, ( And the Islands of Guernsey, Jersey,-and Alderner. Fr&poHals tiiust be made separately for each District, and ibt � bi-imtrlit at me footiWhJ, and ko'Teiider^il!it uutieed u^f lass the prices shall be expressed in -u'ord.i at length, and lije P.jriyi or their Agent, sbM attend at this Office on, tbelollokving day, to knoiif the decision tbeieon.. Particulars of the Co'fiiati'! may be had i/pon application ,It this Office, betiucin the hours of Ten and Pour. � CROYDON- AVERY good HOUSE, with Green-house, Pleasure-ground, Gardens, Paddock, and all suitable conveniences, Situate in the Parish, and .at an agreeable distance from theTo'.Mi, of Cr.>ydon, to be DISPOSRD OF, Possession to be given at Lady-day next. The whole of the Premises are in a perfedlstate'of repair. Further particulars to be hud on application at No.^ 8j, Watling-street, London ; or Mr. Drumnlond, Solicitor, Croydon. TO BOOKSELLERS. THE BOOKSELLERS and PRINTERS of COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS throughout Great 'ritatn aiid Ireland are informed, that the First Part of Dr. tTKEGORY's NEW CYCLCPEOIA will be rc.dy for sale on the ist day of March, and may be had in their regu-kr Monthly Parcels. This Biilionary of Arts andScionces Wfill be completed in Twelve Parts, at 9s. each, inTwelve Months.  To prevent disappointments, and to savenumerous postages, Mr. Phillips thinks it proper to explain to the Country Trade at large, that he cannot exrcdte regular orders for less than Twenty-five Copies. He recommends. th..t smaller-Numbers be procured with other periodical Works; but his large,and liberal allowance for Twentyrfive Copies, or upwards, may render it worth the while of irnany Country Bobkselleis to address their orders direcUy to hiin. Bridge-street, Feb. 18, 1806.  This dav is publishid, price 2�. 6d. , THE TRAVELLERS ; An OPERM^IC DRA-MA, accoinp^niiid" by the SONGS, and Notes illus. trJtive ofa)*""" "-^ c,....^.~.. .1-1.-1------- at this ROYA By A. CHERRY, Esq. Planted for RSchard'Phillips, No 6, BridgCrStreet, Black-fnars ; and sold by H. D. Symonds, PaternosrefTrow; barker and son, Russell-street i and hy all Booksellers.  Of whom may be had, hy the same Author, The Thirteenth Edition of the SOLDIER'S DAUGII-TLR,. price 2s. 6d, HA, accomj)4niL'd by the SONGS, and Nhtes illus-of the Music and Scrnery; as tliewhole is performing time to overflowing Houses, at the THE.'VXRE i.L, DRUKY-LANK ' ' ^ On Saturday, Macch the 1st, will be published, Inscribed by peiimssioa to Sir Watkm Williahs VVypne, Bart. 1 ^HE real JAPAN BLACKING, irwide by.DAY . and MARTIN -This invaluabler CxJmpos.tion, with ult the u.ual labour, produces the most brilliant jst bhuk verheheld, affords peculiar, noiiruhm'enf to the leather, will h ever____________. i,.iriii.iii lu 1119 ic^mier, wiu not sot! thciinesf liiten, ispcifcftly ffeefromanyuirp't^siint smell, and \*ill ream Its virtues in any oliniate. SoWyWhole-. sale, by D;(y ar.d Martin, at .the Manulaflory, No. 97* HiKli Holbbi'ri. 'RehiFby E;bay, No. f, layistuck-tireet'; Jfl. Day, 6}, Swallow.streetAxtell, No. t, Finch-lane ^ the principal BootmiS'kcfS, Pi.'rlum-irs and Oilmen iiv the Me-tropolis, and iii every town throughout the United fcingilom, A' VIEW of PONTCYSYLLTE AQUEDUCT, over the River Decj in the.Vale of LlaiigoHen, North This noble fitrudhire (conveyingaNavigab'e Stre.nm through a Cast Iron Trough., 1009 feet m Length, supported by 21 Stone Piers, 116 l-eet in Height from the surf.icetf the River DeeJ, luesents a feature amidst romantic Scenery gratifying to the Tourist, and claims the attention of the .'Vniaieurs, live 104*615 of the Arts, Agriculture, and Trade, The Plate is Engravcil by Jukes, from a Drawing by J. Parry-. ' ' � ':. Pticeoflhe Prints 2;s. in Colnirs, and iss. Plain, Published bv J. Parry, Hryen-v-l'ynnon,Wrexham ; juids Id by Messrs. Clay and Sqriven,. Ludgate-hill 5 and Messrs. ColnaghiaudCo. PnatMerchants, Cockspurrstreet,, London./ ..... .... '  ,' rpHE Rev. VvULLl-AM B.^RCLAY's PATENT ' X .^Nl'iai r.lO'US Pi LLS. : Thcexclusi^e Salebf this Valuable ii>eclroine;lieing.now vested sulejy;in IheKcv. ,VVil. liiUlHiWclilVi and those ni>�>liilftl bv Jmn fh* ,,n...-..>. . now estabilStlev afe .re. ci.'e4t.d tobe aaflicA*ea fo hint, who will make the radetlic Vmiai ttllo\-^*icc.*'-Ni5�e aue-j>eittfm9 but'tlKto^J having, n Black Stamp, whh the i.ame. " I he Rev.. Barclay," *"^''''''^'^''''v'.''a>, PIU .'PS, .^ge^t to the Proorictops, LIVES and PORvRAlTS of NELSON, PITT,'and CORNWALLIS. : On Feb. 28,will be ptiblishedi price is. 61L No. a;, of ^-^HE UNIVERSAL MAGAZINE.-New X .Series : In wh'ich will be given a faithful Narrati've of the LUi and Achievements of the late Marouis Cornwallts, eiiibellisheil wirh an acijurare Likeness of that truly disttii-guislicd OH)c?r: No. ij ot this Work contains _M?ijioits aid Portrait of our lute Premier Mr. Pitf j and fJo. 24, of Lord Nelson. Each Number of this Wo>k contaitis at least Six Shecis of Letter-press, consisting of original communi-cations on every subject of human mowledge. .- PubiiblKO by U. D. Symonds, Paternoster^row. Where may bi had, price los. 6d. each, half bound and lettered, tlie lour Volumes already published, comprfelicnd- . Uig the years 1S34, 180;. rkici 60. Umi-'-'it'x'm.. k'romtke LONDON GAZtTTE^ fd. i^i .. Whiuhallj Feb� . / - -The King has beep plea^piltp gt�nt.tl�C:4igJ^ of a Baronet Of the Unit^lttngdoirt of Gtcat Britain and Ireland to the following Gentlemen, and the le-speflive heirs mal* of' their'bodies lawfully begotten '.  , Charles Hastings, of Willesley Hall,In the County sf Lei-cesmt, Ksq Lieutciiaar�General of His Majesty's Forces. i^ysshs bhelley, ot Castle Goring, m the County of Sussex, Esq. Montague Cholmeley, of Easton, in the Co\tnty of Lincoln, Esq. / Thomas Sutton, of Molesey, in the County of Surrey, Esq. ... ' St., jftimci's, Fed. It. The King was this day.plca.sed to confer the hciiiour of Knighthood on Arthur Piggott, Esq. Im IVla-jesty's Attorney-General, His Majesty was also pleased to confer the honour of Knighthood on Samuel RomiUy, Esqj his Ma. .jesty's Solicitor-General,  � Crai^.v-OJ^cf, h'ehruary 1^, MEMBERS returned to serve in this piesent PARLI.A-MI-N 1\ CountyofSufrolk-Thomas Sherlock Gooch, Esq. of Hol-betke, in tne room of iJharles Cprnwallis, Esq. coinmohiy ' called Lord Viscount Brome, (now Marquis Coriiwallib,) calleel up to the House of Peers. . . Borough of Stejniiii^-The Right Hon Charles Augustus Bennett; commonly called Lord (Tssulston.'' Sir Arthur Piggott, KLiiVglit, His Majesty's Attoriiey-General, i� the room of J amcs Martih Lloydi Esq. -who since his � J'.ipctioii for the'said Boroughi hath accepted the Office of Stewa dor Baililfof Hi""- Alajesty's Three Chiltern Hundreds of Stoke, besborough,aad Bonenham, in the County of Jitiokihj,hi(n- Bfiroiigh ot vVareham-John Galcraft, of Rempstone-Hall, . hi the Isle of Purbci-k, in the County ot Dorset, lisq. Borough of Poitsmoiith-The Hon.David MontagucErskine, Bariis'cr at "Law, ih the room of the Hoii. Thomas Er-skiiic, who siiice his EledUon for the said-Borough, hath accepted the Office of Lord High Chancellor of Great  B itain.  - JohirMarkhiinv, Esq. Rear-Admiral of the White Squadron ofHisMajestj's fleet. County of Sucrey-The Right Hon, William Russel, com^ V,monly called Lord Wm. Ruisel, . Quecn'if CoiiUty-Henry Parnelli^f Rathleague, Esq. in the County^ hath accepted the Office of Lieutenant-Governor of his Majesty's Island of Jamaiea. County of Northumberland--'lho Right Hon. Charles Grey, : _ NORTHERN CIRCUIT, Mr. Justice Rooke and Mr. Justice Chambre. Cityof York, Saturday, AJarch 8, at the Guildhall of the � said City. Yoikshire, the sanie day, at the Castle of York. Lancashire, Wednesday, Msrch 19, at the Castle of Lancaster. HOME CIKCUi r. Lord Chief Baron MACoiNALD and Mr. Justice Heath. Uerffo'd, wtfndaiy, March 10, at Hertford. Essex, VVednesday, March 13. at Chettns.'ordi Kent, ^Ionday, March 17, at Maidttone. Sussex, Monday, March 24^ at H, rolum. Surrey, Wednesday, March 2O, at Kingston upon Thames. . NORTH WALES SPKINC; CIRCUIT, i8>6. ' HuoK Lkycpster and Tho.mas I'lumer, Esqniies. -Anglesey, Thurstlay, March 27, >*.tBeauKiiiris. Carnarvonshire, Wedhesduy, April 2, at Carnarvon, Merionethshire,Tuesday, April 8, at liala. , ISLfi OH ELY ASSIZIiS. ' Fdwaud Christiak, E^rquire. Thursday, Febiuary 27, at Ely. . - BRt'cON CIRCUIT. The Hon, Geo. Hakoince, and Abel Moysev, Esq. Cardiff; Tuesday, March 25.  Brecon, Tuesday, Aptil i. Presteigiie, Mondaj*, Apiil 7. rHESTEKClRCUlT. Montgoiheryshire, Thursday, March 27, at Pool. Denbighshire, Wednesday^ April i, at Ruthin. Flintshire, Tuesday, April 8, at Mold. Cheshire, Monday, April 14, arihe Cstleof Chester, CARMARTHEN Sf RING CIRCUIT, 1806. Cardiganshire, Wedu-sday, March 26, at Cardigan.. Pembrokeshire, Tuesday, April i, at Haverfordwest. Carmariheiishire, .'.loiulay, Ajnil 7, at Cannsnhen. BANKlUiPrS. John Bailey and Henry Llie t.'iaiw, ofManchester, silk imd cotton-spinners, to surrender Match 17, z8, and .^ipril B, at two, at the Wiiite,t.ion Inn, Hanging Dirch, Manchcitif. Arioriiey, Mr.>Robert Milne, AlanclvJSter ; or. Mr. Ellis,- Cursiior street, London. Isaic Askton, of Litile Green, Manchester, dyer, March 17, 28, and April .8, at.ten, at the Hnilge.Xiiter Arms, M.iu- ehester, Attornies, Messrs. Duckworth and.Chippind.tll,- M.mchester.-- , James Wallace, of Manchester, cottons-manufadlurer,.April I. 2, and 8, at eleven, at the Dojj Tavern, Deall^g�e, Mcinchester. Attoinics, Messrs. Johnson and Bjiley, Manchester. John Wood, of Manchtster, cotton.sjjipncr, Maich 17,- 18, 91 g^elcvcn, and April 8, at ihrte, at the vriilgwater-Arttis,, Manchester. Attorney, Mr. B. HolLind, Mrmchester. ' Thomas Beard, ot Manchciter, sadler, March 19, to, hiid Af ril 8, Jit eleven, at the Coach and Horses, Maiichestei. Anoiiues, Messrs. Foulkes and Higson, Manclieste^por Messrs. Fouikes and LoiigdiU, Gray's Inn, Lomlon. Joseph Hardy, of Sheffield, grocer, Maroh 6, 7, and April S, at twelve, at the Tontine Inn, Shcffiild. Akornies, .Mr." Bigg.Hattoii-garden, Lomlon; or Mr. Rodgera. Sheffield. , V DIVIDENDS. .  . ^ ' April 5. ,B. Peacoi^, {J�ange-street, Bldomsbiiry-squir*, Miriitleseic, pastiy-epo)Ci atone, at,GuiKH�.�>l.: . ^ a M,irch:J4, J. Rami Colchester, cqal-nitfchant, at t�b,,a,t. the GiitTiii, in Colchester, �' , - . . .^. v March'19. J. Uerbyshhe, Witton, Cheshire, itinifeepe4�t-: ten, at the Aqg�l lOn, in. K,nu.is)oid. M.irchaO. G. Loshf JNevfc^^Je lipon-Tyne, merelVaht', at-eleven, at the Shakespc.t�,*l5�Vern, 'Newcastle-Up9ii.Tyrtis: .Apatl 02.. A.iMacauUyHi^^�.'-.- ......�.,�'.; ,,, Match n>. Jf. D. A. D� Mferre'aw'l J, .Cro.hie;'Broad^' istteet Chamberj/hohJoiiJ|nntr!.h!iirts,'alt�i�,! a nrst time. ^  - The Excbequet Bills Qill .weijt through a Committee. Lord ANDRASSONJEirlof EgJiii^ton) appCarrtl jh the journed, , HOUSE bT^n?M(>N^.- Mf.A YRE prescftterfa Pentitw from fheOebtofs tonfiueil ift tte.County? GaoJorf NottiflgJlim.'priyiug riliCf.-Ordc;ed ^o.Jie oHtJie Table. , , - . Mr. Gfey,, Mr. Pigott'ftiov* AttHrtiey Oetfera!/, SirC. Pole. Mr. H. Addingtoni and Lord Morpethi took ttteit toIieotith�Tible. . On t^ie Thotionof Mr. WftiLtfREAD, Mr. Gatv and the ATtORNzi GCnekaX (Mr, Pigoti); 'were added to the Com-mitfecfor drawing u)i Articles of Impeachraertt against Loid Viscount Melville." Di)tforDurcfEivAj�i5if*iight opihe.JJill for CDforcme the resitfenee ot SpirHil Pefs'ons on their lienebces in Irclattd. -Read a first timc-tb be read a secorid this di/y fortnight- and ordered to be.priiit'd. , , . A person from, the Exchequer prejented at thfe Bar; pur. suilht trtitaoTder fron� Parliament, an account ot the net produce of the Permanent and War| Taxes fort/ie years enUine the sthpf January, 1^05, ami the 5th of January 1806, distVhgdiShing the quarter. Ordered to lieos the table-and, on the motion of Mr. V, nsi.ttart, to bs printed. _ ^ Mr. PHrtLfp Stephess obtained leave to bring lir a Bill for the better Regtilarion of his- Majesty's Marine Fof:.ei,' whilst on shore. ' ; . , . ,, ., ' The secretary; at WAR gave notice, that he should ortThiirsday ne.\t, move tor, leave 10 bring ina BHl to indeni^ nify all Persons who might haVe adv�ed, or be instrumer.tal to the.infrodutlionof ForeignTioops into tlitsKingdorti..The Bill hadhisen rei'dered necessafy in consequence of the ret ur/i � of his Majesty's German Leg'on from the Continent. By the Uw as it now stood, only 10 Qoo were authorised to be employed in the kingdom, but that corps at jSresentainomaed to 17,000 man, haviHg been reh^forced by 7,000 recruits whilst � on the Continent. Mr.' pe), who.hJid given notice 6f a motion, with respeil to the appointment of a certain Learned Lord; as a Mc-nh^r of the Cabi'iet, for Monday next; He trusted, however, that f-at Hon. Member wbiild not feel any difficulty in dcfcniug his motion . ra the following Thufsdriy, for the coii'vcniiMice of auch Geiv. tlemenas might wish to attend the discii^sion,. but whose presence woulil be necessary in their respective counfies, at the present season, with a view toattend tlie Assizes. ; ' INDIAN AFFAIRS. Mr. FRANCIS stated, thst he rose with a. veiy strong impression oti his fhind, of the vast importance of every thing which concerned that departi-ment of our public affairs whichTclated to India. Ih.vvhathe had then to offer to the House he must intorm them, that th^fe were fiot only subjeds of considerable itoj-ortance, brit also of somig curiosity*' He'Iatnenred macfi;; tbat the grearitnp3rtance of otir Indian interest had hardly ever been siifficji ent to produce a tolerabljr full attendance of Members on a day that they ivere to be discussed; arid^ for his part, nothing but a Strong sense of duty could induce him so often to recur to a topic about which he saw that so much indifference prevailed. If he coiild command a revolution in the opinions of that House, it would really give him pleasura td find himself, by their vote, preventedf from again returning (d the ungrateful and unthankful office of calling ihsir attention to the situation of India ; but from his experience and long service, he had aci , q ;ired such a knowledge cf the aliairs of :that part of the empire, that he couid iipt be discouraged by the coldness and langqor that be always rsct with in that House, fr9m pressing, upon their at^ tenion the lamentable "situation, of the affairs of the East India Company. He did rot-mean then to speak of its pol:ti-~al situation as to war or peace, but of its' financial ^itjation, whichwas growing every day more |ar.r>idible to this country. The; first observation be shauld make on this subjeft was, that it apjCAred to him a most extTatwdinarv' and unprecedented thing,; that no indi.'ir) Budget was ' {resented to Parliament in the cou/se of t>.e last ycicmng 'wherr the financial embarrassmenrs of Indiil would cOm^-home CO the finances- of jhts countrj, ntid .th6ref6re it was iticdmbtint upon the Hoitse to examine ihtf siatcmetu of the NoWe Lord. If the accdufiis hsst ' not l>cen sent: home from IndiW, that- omissidn, was a positive breach t�f the A^"of i.^irliamene,- avii was a high crimieand n^isdcifnea^Or.. Iftdh^IWotherMpd, those accounts jwerpvirttercepted by the^itV^tffy, he should .isfchow ttwyc�riiet6 b>s>meK6ptf{l:;� r When he was io thefJavernmenf'"of InAisij^s'Uca y. cit.'mri,-stancje'coul^ npt,wealravfc.tappert(jd^ for (heti there were positive i:tislriiibo�s gtven ttf theCaptaini o* ^.'e^'. : ^Isj.Uiat all tl)e 9fficial>varpers shOliid bij'^ Hi be ^thjfow'n Qverb'daVd or 'suhk wlitRa vesstT'Was'rn' imrrre^ * diattf dangerof faiiing into the ha\ids of a"i>cnenr/. If March'2*. j.rCaUi\^yi',^^'^^^ �. vwtt�>iwiiiMf�|�i^-a.*i*tt�i.w vj".y}. --i"-,' March ' .T;.^ l^.e^cPtickihii^,- VorksWrc, l,uiej�.ekra||�Mi., .....a't elewii. at rhcTaUjotrlmii Malton, Yorkslwe^ '4t\ J�fciii�,Vitoo1,vb�citcV,r ; ,, .1. ated, Livctpbol, JtquoM^wrclwtit,. G. l-jtrrt.'ierti ^>\.i>i';ilfordihire, viauiheV. J. G;^t�gjn,'Uwd'st.vst . lii�djtfsMiicfvhin>r. enqijiry Vto >he conduct of J that ^ OHiccr who .had kt^thosx; piiers fnU i^to ths hi^^, ^,of the eneipy?:..He considered that it w.iv.n oiieiKe of �jie inost datigcro\>� nature to suffer rho^a miv-rs .�> fall mtc, the h'.n-.lsof IK^up.rte ; and t,r pi.* of ^f-fiCt, all the inPJr.tKitiorvrti.it v.-e hm? of t!^ dw^ of ou�' government in ll^diaJ lor thie la � vear;t'w.�fs'"d'erived frOin'-thtt--franei>r. ^jch b. how neither lie, ttor tlif Noble Lord ar the other 4id� uf se (Lord C.v?ri.BR�.ioH.J h�d ;

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