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Courier (Newspaper) - March 1, 1806, London, Middlesex �s&=^..... tkeAtke royal, d!u;i;v-tank. \, ^T^HIS PRESENT EVENING ihcir Majesties? X seivants will 44*v,' bii Monday, TheTravell^ri, with Th? Citizen. MliPRliSENr EVtaNG wiil be j^crtormc , .. I rtkcUy, called � i':r->i'' , r �'Vv Mr. Kerable ; Stuitely, Mr. Cooks; T.e>vson, iirlt. C. Keraitej Mrs. Beverley, Mrs. SidUoiKiChafluitCi Jill- 'iliiirm.'- � 1 , t^ith " FLY BY NIGH r i" .or Long Stori s. A:,,loi>iby, klaro;ir.j:.sa. and " V^e y\y by N'mhr.'.' l-otheiRBEliOLl>lRS�F the COUNTY of EDIM-UVRCH. MR. DUNDAS^ havingi in hwCUcukt Letter, mentioned ftot ;'n iininediate Dissolution otratlia-mentinight beexpeclctl, \vhilc those best informed liavc rea-s
:ted ^'ckinRs, lie'wIio*have riev^^^^^ that aecomplishmcKt, or n-t in ihe preseat fashion, and whpi�aBe or task make i� an obji-d 5o leam perfedly-^>i-ivate. And ForcigiK-rs," (JHicers, or ^country residents to wJiQtn tinne is an .objed, expeditiously ^ioinpleted, genteel aition aiutaddress, hot e.'ucated ar scliyols having tod ?f w dsi^cei* to pay the attendance of an cminrnt IVJatHr. FaittfttM of fhe Nobility," Geiitty, and rcipiStJablr Schools ^tteiiae�i.v-l d yoiiig Pwtcssors iiUtrutled iiuw to ^7lONEy.--^Mefisr8. LUGAS and Cu. bc^ lea ve XVI: :^toiiiformtiiosc That n^ay bein wast, and'dcsirouii of Iwrroiwine tempqraty or ^ernmntnt Sunrts of Money, and ^sessea of any %��iRiMbl� preyerty, that they n^ay be sup- an ,adiciu�tc Annuity iitterest for the Mine. AS also money jlii.Jll be advanced to th�w sf knuivn proi�erty, on their per-.4^m) iecurity. - '^.fersoiiiil applications are dailf r�eivc ; To be published VVeckly. the UKS- At Clarraway's . , _.........., ,.. Frid.vv, March 7111, 1806, at One o'Clo r throwing crape silk ; the whole in om-uletcowUr, and drjve by an iron shitt Jrom the vv,iter wheel in the adjoining building ; a cOinfo/tabl^ Uvvstlin^-h'^^use, Rood gardei), st,iblinn ft>rten h9rsss,wa)y!OH-slied>�, p'.j^jtyes, iwo.crjftiijjes, iinifiix acres ol'tniadnw laAL The t)ienvses aieheUI by Umsk :or a term ot twentj.one }e:irs, iittet-ii :itid a haltot which Were unexpired at Christmas last, subjucl 10 4 very low rent. ' M.iy he vie'ved, and partjcul.irs had on. the premises : r't the princi'paMims in the aUjioml towns , at Smith's C'.H'i;-housf, Corn Exchangej of Messrs. Williams and Brooks, Wew-aquare, Liocoln's-inn; at Garraway's ; ami of Mr. Herman, Conduit-strset, Hahover-square. . ' ' � t.) U S T l> M rH OIKV E, t O Nij O M, Feb, 17, iuo6. FOfl SALE,. by orier' of the Honourable Carr!mi.ssi'iiiers of Ills Majesty's Oust da y the 4th,^WEi�.mesday ihc 5th, Tkuh-^Pav tlvedth, and Friday the *7th of March, fSb6, at iliree o'ol.ick in the afternnons of tliesaid diys, in the Long Rooia, Custom-. House, London, the lollowinK Goods, wliicti ^r'e allJtte.i in imail alers, as well as private persons, who cii'joss to become purchasers. ^ FOR HO.ME CONSUMPTIONT. Fur gowns and clo^.k.s,' leopard skms, I ickerd wars, tor-toisesjiielt, wrotii^ht. silver, elastic cail\eteia ami bougies, t;ins. Cornelian and coral beads, India.ink, birds ot para(ii.-.c ieathets, military' silk sishes, gorgets, gold vvatch chains, s^ls aiitlskeysythrsad and siik lace, galloons, foirer, hatSj tea, cotl'ee, nutmegs, siiffir arjd othci; grocery, iji-i.jiize powder, skins, druRSi pill boxes, Sp:)nish woof, glass, china, soy, Riga bilsam, He^rlem oil, pickles, wins, spruce becfj skates, horse hair, oil ot spice, thiown silk, a phaoton, piilures, prints, a yess^l and ijiateriali*, boats, d-alt, tar, mateti^ls of vessMs, iiaHir, timber, la^wood, t.�baC(;o, ic. Also such goods as have remained iii his Majf-sty's ware-house tipwards of three inontlis, not cleared or the duty paid, viz. � Piilures, pflRts. hoiks, skins, briss innnpets, smalt*, pap�r Sl\avii>!;s, scaU. btrttis, qollie, and sundry other goods as mentioned in the Catalcgiijs. ' CLEAR OF ALL DUTY. The vessel, boats, deals, tar, materials of vessels, flour tiir.beraiid logwood, to be vieweil at tlu t'bjr.coi^rousul, near Greenland Dock, Roiberbite ; a.idall the other gootls at bis Majesty's War^hnusei Cdstoiii-house, L'>iid"n, on Friday the aithof February, Saiu day the ist, and Momiay the 3d of March, i?o6,-from nine to oiie in-the forenoon o*" the said kdayStanU-in the inornir.gs b�lbre the sale, where Catalogues. N. IL O(io�ls bought, at this sile Tniist be paid for on or before MoH !hain. Tlieirpaiciits of c-eatinn ha''ng be.v*n real ;it the^able, their Lordships rc>pcclivcly look the oaihs and their s'.'its. ' ' The Fad of Domoucilvoke, one of the Irish Representative I'ecr^;, also 110k the oaths and his seat, . , The Koy^l .Assent was givun hv Commission to tlv^ Ex-cheqiier IJlUs iJil), Lady Viscountess Nelson's and Sir Rich. Strachan's Annuity Hills.' Tlitf Commissioners W^re the Lord riiA>:(;tLi,oi'., Ike Earl i.'f CAERSAavoN, ami Lord VVAi.siN(;Hj>M. i MP E A C U M E N r W i T N E 5S ES 1N 1> li M N1T Y in L L. . .The Order of yestenlay having been read for the Jitdgesto delu'er their opinions this day urwiiin on thecjuestion referred to them, Mr. fijiron GllAHAMj after' stating the difficulties tn which the qyestion was involved, declared thatj in his opinion, the gtttieral rvile of laivwas, that a witness was bound to answer every question touching the issue to be tried, wiih the exception only arsuclv.qiie.stions.as would, expose hi-in.to a criminal prosecution, or to ajpcnal,iy or forfeiture. In iht Courts of Eq.ulty, it was the daily praitica-forct! .parties to answer the matters alk'dgcd on'^supertine Paper, with the Adilition 6� a Portrait of the .Author, and Proof Impressions othmh the Plates, 'T'HE WHEEL of j'-OR'l UNE, a Comedy ; by JL. RICHARD CUMHER-LANDi E>q.' being the Third ' Number (to be conltinued Week4y) ot a m w Work, einitlwl : .rue BRITISH THK.^TKF ; or,.a .eoUedUtin o.l PU)*, w>hich are addai the Theatres Koyal,.Drurv.;iaDeV Covei>t-C.ardi.'n; and H.iymarket, priiUcd .\inder the' Authority and by Permission of rtie M.iiitigeis, from tl^Prompt lio'oks. With Biographical and Cjtitical Jtemsrks,-: n jRv Mrs. INCIU5ALO PrintedfcrLr>.n.5m'ah,UHi'st, Uc'es.aHd Orme, Patersostir-?6w. wKere Specimens'ot rlie vVoik may be seen This ^^V:k, being intended a% a Compaiiion to the' Theatres o.fOreait liritain. and-Irelaiui, will contain every � S'lay which keeps Possession (Ttth-! S�age, incliidii g the"b?s"t �J>laysof Colniaii, CumbirUnd, Holcroft, Iivchbald, l.)*K.B�f?, Morton, Reynolds, and other i)io.lern Authors, wliich have never'ajtpeared in auysimfldr Cil lition ; r/ie Copyright of which his bMupurcltasea far the express Purpose of lutro-dticing them'into the present Work. The wliole will be printed, irntjer the Authority of theManagers, from the � I'ibiijptet's Cony exaifly as they are pe-formed. It iS'Jhtended to comprise the Work in TWenty^five Vo,-luihes,each containing Five Plays, and it its Conolusio.-i wilt 'oegiycngeneral Tiile-pjges, together with Direiilions f;>r ar-.ranging the Pl|ys. In tne Ci'Uise of Punricatioh wiii bs *tviin,.as Frcirtl^pieces to the Volume of (he Fine.liil.tion,' portraits of Authorsj ReneraLly with tlwir Play that is first brought forw.Tra.. ' The UmbeUibhtnciWs will be exccu'ed in the Very best mannfcr, by jthe fir�t'/yr'J.s't�. , ^:^ : 'l^HFRD EDllTOii-, 'ibis Day is published, by J,Budd, �t the Crown and Mitre, �Pall-Mall, /,npHE Defencte ofrhe J^onoUrable: ANDREW t �)CHRAN E JOHNSTON!^ ; including a View of t! r; ilvidence prothified^'n his Trijl; with the Sentence anl vi:i.�rC(;ihineiitaries thereon, by the Judge Advocate Gene- ^rnisent ,-\diiiini�trktioii tJV Military Law. To this EditiDiy ;N adde.l, a I'lii'rrspondencc with 1 lie'Department of thtf >^*niiijiidi!r ill (."hief, and the Speeches-in the H ^ces to 1 rish Absentees. - Uy Henry Paruell,' Esq. 1 vol. >siri6. ptiee 4s. in boards. " ^-pHE Re^.vWlCl^.IAM'BARCLA V's TATEN i Jt ANTIBILIOVS I'lLtS. The*xtlu�lveSaleof thi .-M. 1 ii]ii.iuua rii.xs. J ne exclusive sale or this Vatuable jne^ticinCbslng now v�MCttsolely in" tlw Rev. Wil- ilJl'll Itarclav. anil �hnci>iiniiiiii�w1hvi him rha I'l.rfh..,. u�l..-n� MOW Cbtabhshed ai( 'tlte Rev. William llatclrty's'Warehouse, .l, te ^eent, all wliolesale orders, both i% town-i�hd qouKtry, te. piestcd to be addii8'sed.�'hin)j'*vh(> Will .Jni|k� tHel t�Af the HIack Staihti/wJthths uame. Mlic Rt�. W.isniitby,' T, A' PMIP.i'3, Agent to the I*foprtfcttir3,; . IL\ SIL Do"N M O . IS E,� I* E RK.S, Ute 1 ht tssivteuce ot ;> I l-l FKANCIS SYKl-iS, Rnrt. Deceased, TO be LET, for Seven or Fourteen Years, with any qt\,tniity of Land not exceeding 4'>^> Acres; the Mansi.iM House lia.> been lately builr, at a very ousiilerHb'e expence, issupp sedto heo;.e of the best-and irost complete Houses, tor a Nobleman's or .G/.'ntlenwn's residence, la the Kingdom j the .situation and prosfieits a-e delightful ; the Park, Lands, U'o:xls and Water are be.-iutilul". Tiie Mitnioq Hous": comprises a ."-alooii, Library, Dia-vins Kooiii, Hreak-fast Room, Uinjiig Uootu, h-'si,ii;a other Rooms on the same Moor; ca['it.ilOdices. (JmcUns wt^ll stocked with the choicest fruit .'I'rjes, Hol-hou.h--, (..rfen-house, .St-.ibU's, Coich hpus!"s, IJrewhoiise, and ev^ry othet necessary rut-building. T^;e l-lou.sc is" tiuiii>hed ; all>, or any .part of the Furnitire may be taken at a f'l r yalnaii:.'ii ; Vt is 47 miles froni London, 7 from Reafling, 8 froiri ')Valliiit�ford, and n-'ar the River ThAVsv-s. There js also a very extensive Manor which abounds with Caai-, aiid.thi: Roads are excellent. For funher Particulars, and Tickets to view the House, apply to Messrs. Sjkasatid Kuowles, lioswell Court, Lii!Uo!ns-Inn, l.'nidoi!. . NDIA.-The Chevalier RUSPXN'I, giati:iul for the sandirm given to. his Medicines in India lor nearlv hilf a century, d^eins it his duty to appriie.his Friends and I'atrons, that hs has received c?itai� iulormation cf ira- con- .sequence lately arrived, make it :�e.ef ssary to request, that his hriendsin Ind^ia will bo cixunispeit in their purchases, and to observe, that his name is on the stamps which acc mpany all his,Medicines. An .itteiiiion to thisdistindive in-trk will enablethiein to avoid all spuriuus andd:leti;rious substitu-tibns-London,. i'Cpt.aS,"! (to;. FOR THE VOICE. PROBATT'S-celebrated OXFORD LOZtNG ES. � Remedy COUGHS, am - may proceed). These L'^zenges impregnate the brjath witli a rich odotif; exhilarate the spirits, ai�d render ' . THE VOILE melos'.ious, powerful, and fiexible j- and capable of the noost rapid modulittiona. Sold, vvifh full diredVions, byVVilliam Piobatf, Appth"cary and Chvinist, Oxfor*;aiut,-retail, bv Mr. GOIdine, Corn-hill, and Messrs. Ilaconaiid Co. ifo,Oxford-siieet, Loiidon. .Price *s.6d. e.iiijjj^ box. IJAli�Y'.S'OENlilNK CAKM'M.VTl VI:, \Vhtcroi)erty)k \.i about to be dis-posed of, at)4 disconti^iued by her ; or, if coiuunietl, to he raised In price, in tpnsequeiite of (h- new �iid neavy ibnies; it ii pToi^er the Public should b: jnibrmed, that the Pro-fiHrtor* Wt?o has lieyei' had the most distant infeiitimv of parting With her iiue'rtst in ilie^dhovc Medicine, onllnuos to supply Messrs. ,FwteisNowbjry iiud Sons, No: St. Paul's Church VaVdi London, Sikly with the same, by jjjliliijntitissoldattheusualph^e.' i . 'J'he ReiaiLVertders ot Alrdiciner, will see the drift'of 'fiieU unv^ortliy wd'Unfodi.dil fabciiu'luns, and a ss an- swers might.subjeft therit to. T lie justice an.l the reason of. this rule applied c^iually to the Csurts of La>v, although it was^ not the, qostom there to examine the parties, as it was in Chancery, where their customs were ilerived from the Civil, instead of the Common I/dw. Ahhoogh, in the Courts-of Law, a party could not be inade a Wtincss, yet. those persons, who were brought forward as wlr-nesscsvvere equally bound todc'Iire the whole truth, as the panie? would bo in a Court <;f Equity. If it \yeie not so, the moist mciistrouj pbstructicns \vould be thrown in the way of justice those persons who were the best q.'.iiilified to give impori.vit eyittcncc, tniglu .gt'nerally shelter tbejn'^elves urcitr that plea. It wa.s, however, every day .^een, that pawn.brokers were brought, in evidence upon the pr05c 'e-'niehces;nilght result from it, witnesses would perpetually claim this privilegCj either from fear, or tlvrough favour. The point had not asyetbeen settled by any solemn decision, after a fuMar>urnent; hut, from all the lights that he could derive, and front . the tnonstrdus inconvenience^- t.Rat would rc.>;,oL�^,j^Qjnii the contrary supposition, h.e declared hiS; opinion, as to the'iirst qiiestiian, that a-witne;s is boiTnd to answer all such questions as do not expose him, either to criiiiinal prosecution, penalty, or forfeiriire ; aiid as to the second question, that the sams Eide applies to the witnesses on a trial, or a suit, wher-.^hi3 Ma-jfstyis either plaintiff or pro.seCutor. , � SVlr. justice Champrewas of the same.opinion. In the Courts of Equity, net o.nlyii person might be compelled . to answer qiiestirns which would severely afFe*5l their pecuniary interests, but Bills of Dhcovery were iiled, for tlie e: w should compel iiim to answer at the trial; 'I'lie only cases where a party could refuse to answer in a Court of Equity, were, when such aoswer would expose him to either criminal prosecution or to penalty or forfeiiure. 'I'his was what he conceived the-rule also at common la.y, and that it mott unquestionably ought to De the rule, for he thought there could be no-teaspn assigned why a man should conceive himself privileged to conceal the truth, or to .refuse to do justice between A., and B. on the ground that if he did do so, C. might h.ive an aftion against him ; which would be to siiy in. other word.s, "the pui-.lic must net call- tippa me to give evidence, or dq justic;; betweeu .A. a'.iA E.,; hecaui^e such evidence might prevent m;- IKnii aiV-ing unjustly by C. or D. to whom I shotdd wish to att lanjustiy, and from whom I should vvish ta with-. hold a j'.ist uebi." As to the authovifies uponi.he poihf, .there was on one side a great variety of opinions, expressed at A7j/ iVw, and on the other, the rule so laid down, by Lord Mansfield, and winch liC -now considered to bs the law with respect ro evidence, ; There had bein also a case in liie Court of. Exchequer, wliere an att.ichnvnt was ordered against a witness, for relusing to answLT vn these gioUiids. When he considered the practice of the Courts of EquityV and themuntieri" which this prat'^ice had bt^en addpteil' in trie Courts of Lavv, and id.so wht'n he considti'ed the great ob.struc'Hon which would be throw-n in ilip w.iy of jtistice, if the contrary practice should urovail. he siioulJ t!ie rule to he the other way, yet It inust be. recglr lef\ed that the pointhad neve/ been seriously argued before, or probably those great and learned Judges ' might have aIterstl their opinions. He had alvvayt hclj that wanesies could be compelled to ansiver questions, even although their .mswcrs might ezpose tlu:m to civil actions'; and the mere he considered the pradice of the Courts, and the fcasgn On v/hich it vvas founded, the more he was confirmed in ihat opinion. He, thercforci, agreed with hi� Learnsci Brethren in the answfers they had given to the questions" that had bien iubmitted to iheir opinion. Mr. Justice Oi -On praif^ice than ufiori any principle. . 'I'he pra^tc^,. however, of th^iCouns of Equity differed in--r?t rna.. teriaJlyfrom ih.it o\ the Courts of La v'/. In thf. Courts of Kqtiity, although the parties were lialile to be compei'.ed' to dnswer upon oath, yet t'vcy h;-.d I'm'^ for due deliberation and legil advjcd, and bciid;-the answers could no sfierwards Be misrepres^ru-ed. It was very difForenr, however, in a Cour: of Law, when a question rVpidly pjr by an ing':ni'.-j.^ lawyer, and anv.vered without consideration, nlig'nt �expose the: witness ro ruiri. If this answer co'.dihs given against hipo as cvidc.^,&c in, another rriai,; It would be'gi/en it; ix/-'itV.ont the witness having any opportunity, to explain his answer.. There vvcrs. many other dilFerentes between the rules cV evidence in the Courtof Equity^ and those of Gcmninn l^aw,, In the former, an infant could not be 'co.Tipelled rrf answer, in'the latter he.cou]4. ,He did not consider that the prit\ciple �bud down by Lord Manvfieid w.ir. entitled to nioie w;eta,ht rhap the opinions of somnriy great and eminent Judges, whSj had de^ermired thj* other way." His-opiiiiiMi was, therefore, contrary tri ' the opinions expressed by his brother Jud^^js. Mr. Justice LAWRENCE said,,that' He had ai, ways, uiMil thi'squestion was agitated, considered tlist the rule of law was, tb^t a witness w-js..excused from answejvng sucT) questions as involved his pecuniary interest; .ahd so thirsking, he, had cor.carr2d witli other Jud^e.s in refusing a new trial moved for cn that very ground. The frrrt w.?s, th.it till the present question vvas- stancd, t!^erc had been no solemn argument nr.r-n ilie .>ubjtCM arid he had ne'scr tuirr.rd his mind particularly to it ; h-it upon the. prL-scnr occ.ision, ha\ ing felt it hisiiiity to consider d.c sub. jeit withthe tjcir.ost atten'ticu he could give it, h" h.-K-l ch.mged his opirdon as to rl.e niie of lav,-", an.', wiis now imlined. to cons"i(hir ih;u it was dit'^^r.-n*: from what f.e had f-rm'ti}' suppc>sed. Whichever way, the general rule lay, that rule had .many exceptions ; and, although he could g from the. afarmati've, as well as Jroin the tiegJv^ive of the question which had been put ro the Judges, suiting froi minaied general rale of law was that a witness was bound to answer questLons, although he might beconte liable to a civil action in ccnsequence of his ans.^ crs. Mr-Justice ROOKE coincided with justice Gfcsc. in his opinion, ihata witness was not bound to'answer questions. wl^ithFrsigljcniaterially alrcdl his jie-cuoiary interest. He �}id not apprehend such evil consequences from this rule,' as those who held r.n oiiinion contr.iry to his.- Pro.^scutors andriair.:-tiiFs seWorn came into Court sa bi.iily provided .with testimony,, as to rely entirely on what they wera to pick up by crrss.examinaiion fffiirtiaii unwilling wimess. Neither did he think that^tHey wojld de.v-cline answering on a iirctence of their pecuniary ir:x teVest b'.-ii'g endangered, if, upsn or-imin-tti-on, i: ^y-. pcared th.it rh.eir interest �as very, minute. H� thought a niuchgreutcrdanger would rciultTrsMn iiji. lovving. a hasty answer, unexplained, and perhaps inconectly t.ikeii do'v^i to he read as_ conclu.'-ive evidence at a trial. There was a case tjetennincd against this dodrine, but he thoit ch .jinswcp. Mr. Justice Lu Bt.^NC agreed mtvsfdircidfdly with, the opiui*i�8 which had" been deltvered by the rudges preceded him. He coj^idered that it\vould vvhb" an insurap.c? cause. uiier'e he was galled as a witness, s"ul>jetkd Kiln.. seif to an 8v:fion, in which .tdioool.' damages were given against hi.-n. No court ,of equity could have cQ.mpeUiilhim to state every irregularif y hc might have comuiittcd when Commander in Chief of a fleet, and yet a. hasty answtr at Jtiisi Prius was given as evidence agjiitist him. He coti-sidered that evils of this kind were wtptss than would follow from the rule bairi" the other way. A^ to the Cciutt'i of Eqimy, whatever analogies mighi be drawn, h� di>t^ IrOin a witncs? ? * owed, jwi^uit/ .st^ndef^ibe ailg|�t hajij ^ .ivhaf trespasser htf.iaight. have..; the 'Vivv, as Ui^Jiojtyitj iJra^JtifW'Cf*
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