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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 27, 1806, London, Middlesex                                THEATKlE lt-)YAL, cXURV-LANH. T^HISPIIESENT EVENING their . MajeitiesV A  :iemnts will atl THE CASTLE SPECTRK. ' ibimond by the Young Ro'iciu's : Angela. Mrs. H, Siddons.-WjthThelRlSHMlAIM IN 1-ONDOI4. On Saturday, The Earl otWarwick; War\ylck, the Young; iRtKcius; withNoSong No Sunper(bcing-the last Night of Perfo''ming till the Holidays.) THEiTK.1- KOY.M., CiiVEM i  IAH. Composed by G. F. Hanoel. Principal Vocal Perlcwmers-Signora STORAC-E, Mrs. SALiVl()N, Mrs. BLANOi ^nd iVlrs, DICKONS ; Mr. l5KAHAMi Mr; GlBiiONS, Mr. PYNE, Mr. SMITH, and Mr. DOYLE. Leader of tlw Hand, ]Wr. ASHLEY 5 Ocgan. Mr. J. and ChoVuscs (which are numerous ahd complete) hy the m^st approved Penorni ':5._ v    . N'OW OPEN.-At the.PANORAMA, in the SrilAND, a VIEW f.f tfie Handsome ClTY of FLO RENCE and i-s beautiful EN VI RONS,f!onerany considered one ot the finest Sceflestni Italy.-iTlieSpetlafov is placed oh th-- P.ilace feronU.'o,veilooKiiig the Rvver Awio. All tliefourHTidgeSarei!een,;-.tli(i G.rand : nlce's Pal3� and BoboleGard-ub; the OUl I'atrace,' tlie-Cafltedral, n^j^t  terest1tigobje ;ure>, &c. Open from Ten till l">uak. Adinittance to tach Painting One SliiUing.       , .    \ '   . CLASSICAL MUSIC. Of which new Eiiitiohs are just published hy PRESTON, at his Wholesale Wareliou'^es, "No 97, Strand, -pHE BEAUTIES df HANDEL, dedicated, by A perrnisHon, to His Majesty, in two volumes, consist, ing of upwards of one huiidred of the most favourite Soiies, \i)uets and Trios, seled^d from' tiie various Works r.f this ' frreat lyfasfer, arianged with separate Accoiiipaniments for the Piano Forte, and figured from the MS. Scoes ot the Author, by Joieph Corfe, Gentleman, of his Majesty's Chapet Roj^al, and Organist of the Cathedral Salisbury ; elegantly ptmted on Imperial, witli a fine Portrait of the Aulhor, pride each vol. 2^s., ^ , Handel's Sixty.five celebrated Overtures complete, frnni hi�'OpeMs and t li-atririos, as arranged by the Author, tor the OrKaopr Piano I'^irct!*price, b.iund/ijs.  tVft^s^elettion of Sacreil Music, ded catwl by permission tOjihe ftigiit Hon. Eatl of Malmsbury, in i vols; consisting of it SeleiWon ofthe cl.oiceaf Music of Jomelli, Pergolesi, Martiiiii-Boretti, Scolari, and .othe^^ cflebr'ated Iralian and foreign Composers, price each vol, Ijs. Asylum Music.---rhe.Anthems, Hymns, Psalms, and Sentences iung at the Asylum Chapel or House of Refuse for Female Orphans; the Music chiefly conitposed and arranged for the Piano Forreor Organ, by Dr. C.allcptt, dedicated to ^iJloverstjf Sacred Musji;, price bouruliis. Haydn's Scotch Uoiidos.-.Six admired Scot.ch Airs, ssrranged as Rondos for the Pian* Forte, with anaccompani-^v-nr*>ffthofSf^^ifiljij Rr FlUte, by; Dr-. f|aydij. price 7s. od. TT.ict 6b-', WHIG cliUB.    .       THE next Meetipg of the WHIG GLlJIFwill; be on TUESDAY, iljeistof April, at the Freeraason's Tavern, Great Queen-strcer. Lincoln's-iLiv-Vields. Right Hon. Lord HOLLAND in tlie Ghaifi    Right Hon. Earl of Lavns are untaft and unfuovoked, because I have hitherto abst^iinsd (I may say generously ab>iained) from animadverting.on liim pchon^My, and have not aocireea^ even his paitisaiis, without direct proof of their guilt,  HiS: Address, theretorbj is one if those little artifices to wTiich no liberal or dignified mind can resort, and in which any m^n of plain common stnse mustdiscern theabsence of,fhat Oandour It endeavours �to assume.   The kindest .way, jn which loan , treat Mr. Lygon, isto impute it tosotr.eot those very Agents wh^m It professes 19 viiuticare |'nor indeed have I any tfoubt but that the signature alone belongs to Mr. Lygon- Wjiatl have Slid, perhaps, may; seem severe, but.it is forced ftorn me, m my own defence;'.  The cliarge of weakqe'ss is less liarsh thai\ that ot kivivfery t and it 1 reflect oh Mj. Lygton's head, it is tor the purp6>eo.f absolving-his heart. To any other arrihcesoflhis kind 1 shall probably return .no answer, psfs'ii.ided I may safely d^:spise them; For the present t bid you adieu, wiih the assurance that your favours, your support, yoiiif applause, will beireniemberijd by me with indelible grati'tuifie, and that my huinble efforts sliall never be wanting to confribu'te to your indepe'ndeiiice. I am, CJentleine , .  , Your obliged and faithtul hurttble Servant, March tz, i'o6. W.M.' l-iKNRY LY rTkLTON. � �     THE watering; PlACEt.. rjpHfE Booksellers and all Persons who have esta- Se 4, CORN WILL, and 9, CHARING-C ROSS, LONDON TBISH returns his most 2r'"eful thanks to the .public for the very di�tiii>;nished preference they have been pleased to give the above Oliices tor several years. 'i'he holders of the following OuLstandiiig Capital Prizes, shared aiid sold -as above, in tiie Lottery just finished, liiay either receive tlieir money or exchange ihein for Tickfcts or Shares in the new Lottery which beghis Drawing the 12th of May. No..7,25i .4.677 8,666 17,0.^7 6.?7 24; 530  ,(^10,000 5.0*" , I,O00 : 1,0'-.x i,too l,0f)0 No. 1,689 �    i6;>67 . '0.9.5�    : ,   *'.277 &C. iSfC. &c. 522 joo 500 500 All-Business in the Public Funds .transa.iied witli fidelity anitdispa'ch., s'fate lottery, ' To bf^ln Dr.iwing Mv>iiilay, jithofMay. TTAZARD, BURNE, arid GO. Stock brokers, Xl-iit their State. 1 ottcry t ttficc, 93, lioyal Exchange, Lon-46n,,are row seilitii rizeof 2'i,oooL on the 18th February last, tw^s sola by Uiem in one i^uartcr, one Eighth, and ten Sixteenth Shares., ,'-l"he present Lottery consists of only zfioao Tickets, and the Scheme.coijtains J      Pjizeof L.25,ooT|a     Prizesof L.jo,ooo 20.0':0 43     - Sec. SiC. &C. 5,000 Letters, post paid, rluly answered, and ."'eheTies gratis. . MORE PRIZES AND LHSS TICKETS. SWIFT and CO. No, 11,, Poultry, (j-iint Con. . tradlors for. the present .Lottery,) feel themselves highly gtatifiad by the general a|)pr. bation wJiich the Scheme has received. They Cap with tonfislence recommend it to the attention of their Friends and the Public, as possessing superior advamages to tbe.Schemes nf the .late Lotteries.   It even rtii .iiicitrabc ui ..viiQ :ri.iiiiuicii ti;9u .-^cvcniwcii rii^'js upon t'>e' May Lottery of la'st ye.Tr, which consisted of j,ooo Tickets more. . The highestPiize in this Lbttery.isL, 25,400 aild the lowest' L.ai-To begin Drawing 12th of May. . The tolloiving Capital,Prizes were shared and sold at this Office in the late Lotteries, viz. � N.b-.. 6,791, L:2i,ooo, N6. aa6j 23,854 ,L,io,34i o .� iojo'o 10,000 No. i8,53 oo ^,000 N I a 3 ia to la W,230 Besides .many others oi'a,ofto|. i.oool. sool. &c. , TEW STATE LOTTERY, begins Drawing izthofMay, i8�6. SCHEME. Priie of   �tS,o c -4-          ro,uoa �- 20,000 --           S,opo           ' - ,           15,000 --,      1,000      . - ,   10,000 --:  .        Sw - 5,000    -.                 too - _ a,000 . -^  � �  ..'   ja �       �� - , , 2,800 �,-r- III,. �   . -, 133,200 25.006 Tickets, ^asd.opp BiveFlrSt-drawn Tickets ist f>ay Five Firsts Drawn Tiokets 3d liay ftr�.dratm..     .       4th Day.' .     sthliay bnttt ,       .V fitlrDay . ^    PriceofaTicket, X.�9�8 o JJ�"� , .rr ., )ICE OEFIGE is now forming upon principles entirely, New.airtd.calculated to'obv:ate many of the Objections which' have' been made to the Insti-'  tutions already established.        - Its chief objedtis to divide aniongst the Proprietors during 'their Lives, such Prtjfits as have beenvhitherto reserved fbr the RepreseiitaciveS attet ^ba-Decease 6f th6 Paities insured. 3'he IMan may be seen any Day after .Momlay ne.Ktj'by applying to Mr. Rickards.a' ttiet)lflceofMessrs. Hunter and Rickards, Charlotte-row, Mansipn-House, where such.Per-sons as are.'i clhied to becomei Memhi.-rs may leave their Names and Address, fur the purpose of being caUed together at an early .'.'leeting.     ' HARVEY'S SAUCE for v'lSH, GAME, &c. Mrs, LAZEN.1VY, finding the sujver'ior dgnjiiidiihd reputation of the above Sai'ice still induc&s'several Shopkeepers to vend a spurious and vjfy inferior article under the sarne name, has, to prevent further imiiosition, ard by desire of numerous admirers of the genuine Sauce, requesied Mr. Harvey to sign rh'e label on each b?ttle with his name, to which lie has kiiK'iy consulted; and, as a fuit'.iei' Siitisfatlion, n erts. the toilo" iiig Card : Mr. Harvey rCbpeiVfiilly informs the Nobility ami Gentry, he has appjinied Mis.-Lazenby to pic-pareand sell the above Sauce, at her Fish-iauCe" Warehouse, No. 6, Edward S'reetj.Portinan-.sqHare ; and that nohe are genuine without his .sighature;  Ulack DoK inn. Bedf-nt.    (S.gned)_   PETER HARVEY, AG ARD.-Mr. H. CASSANO, Auaioneer and House .Agent, has the honour to inlorm the' Nobility,. Gentry, and Puljic at large, that he has opened an AUCTION ROOM in No. 21, Piccadilly, lir the H^y-Market, for the Saleof Est.ites, Houses^ and o*l)j|gg|i*roperti . Also an Oflipe f ir tSie Sale and Letting of Ls;:MJj||iiHouses, &c. by Private Conirad. He, assures his I riwRi and the Public, that his i'it^t'ire Room has no rival iilR;ng!and, in point of size, symmetry of .conatriidion, and effetl of lii^ht. Mr; C. wi.H be able to advance several Thousand Pounds upon.niiy kind of ?rp])erty int-nded for Sale, and trusts the Public will find puniitualiiy, sfcrocy, and eypediiiuii to be the leading principles olall his transaciipiss-   ' CAPITAL PlCTU RES, just imported from Italy.   " R. CASSANO, of No. 22, PiccadiUy, begs __ 1,-aveto acquaint the Nobility and tiie Geiitry, that he.has received froiii It^ily a small Cinisignmint of C..\B1-N ET PJlCf U RES, by the first Ma.4ters, as Corcggio, Raf-,, f'ael, L. da Vinci, G. Romano, .Schidoni, Guiao,.f.\vl^��ht\ the Pioprietvjr warrants to be true originals.-Mr. Ci,H/^j;{ pr.'fer to dispose of them by Private Contrudl, i&^MfVii^ tlcnian who wbuUl enrich his Colletiion wiih, some of the-cliefd'oeuvres of tlie Italian .Schjipl, mpst of them beiiig ac-, colTipanied by documents of the Academy ofPai^ina. FRENCH, LATIN, and GREEK BOOKSi arjd a large SUPPERTABLE, to be SOLD by A.UCTION, byAudioii, Mr. CASSAN(), at his Great'00m, No. aa, Piccadilly near the Haynwrket, on Saturday the 29th inst. Latin, andGreek Classics, the wlsole of which will bs sold without lescrve. To be viewed two (Jays before the Sale, when Catalogues may be had at the rgonii. .     , J- VERY VALUARLE^ OAK TlvlRER. ^ TO be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, on or before the 19th day ot April next, ^SIX-'HUN-DRED OAK. TLMBER 'IREHS (with their Tops and i$ark) how standing hi Geddingtoii Chase, near Kettering, in the Co.uiityof Northa.iipton. Williaiii Long,of Geddington Chase Lodge, the Woodman, will sheAv the Timber f ana for further paiticulats, apply to Mr. Edmonds,'at Houghton lioiyie, near ReiteriiVg.' N. B. riiescTrees are of ni'ie ctmsiderable size than ean usually be met with ill the same number. A deposilbf 16 percent, upon the purchase money will be requived immediately, but time will oe giveii tor paymeiit of the residue bv instalments to b.^ agreed upon, tlielaiit within 12 months from ihetime of Sale. MR. PITT, CAviiajDor., March 24, 1806/ A VERY la^^e Majqrity of the Resident ;MEM � f>- ''ERS of t^le 'senate having expressed an anxiou _ ._____.,, ,.v lii-.n i u. iia/ing expresseo an anxi'jus desire, thatipnie honoiiraNleand pefmaneht mark of PesffciSt. shbuld be:.shewnby the UniversitV to the Memory Mr. prrT,ji Meeting was accordingly held thisday at Trinity Lodge, at w^^ich .. . . It was Uiianimously"Resolved;^ , . I. That, for the purpose of creai'rig fi ^f?t��', as the most htmourableand permanent Mark of ftcs'iefii to thfe Mcm"ry of Mr. I'll*!', a Subscription be imnicdi.itel/opjPned among those vvbo^are 01; havf.beea Member!; o'f this l/nlvirrsity,; and that the Statue b6 uiiercd to the Senate. ^ II. ThatDr.: Turner, Dr. Pearce, Dr. Mahsel, Professor' Farj'ih, Mr. Marsh, Professor Woll.iston, Mr. S.oWer-by, Mr. J. 2rown, Mr. ln:nan,,or,'i\y five nf rhein, b's a Cfmrnittee. to.cotiduct the execUtiot\of this de.sign. -�- III. That" tbe Rev. J. lirown of Trinity College, bu-rt-quiistedto undertake.the Ofhceof Secretary,;tb Vi^hom all Letteifs on'tKe subjedl ihay be add'redseH.'  I ,',V. That tio money be'-.paid,iilicall;:(lfor by the .Coip- y. That the.above Resolutions be .inserted in the Public � Papers.,  � \ ,, .    , : VI; That.the T^iilc?!oP.lWs MfiilirrR, be jireseintcd to the Maiiter ofTrimtyiColl6geii:lj;r^th3.M!st?. of hi*. Lottge upon thisr occ^siot), ahtl'fdrtire Y^ty.JjayjiJsoioe maTuterjn *Vhich he, has condirdled than'usin;s3 of*ne Day, '   ^ A LIST OF THE-O-BtffTLV'^^^fc'-WHO HAVJB itL- 31 10 31 �o TWe.Via-.'ChaBceiror Mister onei\l4.Gol. ,--�^ QuBeii'sr. . .i-^^i-^ sr. JohiS'S �' .��V.,-Benfe't. �;�  Professor Wollaston Viscounl BeVnard,, St. John's College . '�^i o Professor Vince to. lo Master of Emanuel Col. 5 5" --i- Trim'ty CoL .3.1.lo. --� Magtlalen      ? .5 Dr. jo.weit. - 23 v'H. Lord iea;11sy,Triii.Col.56 o"; Mo"!,MriLowthe ,Triii.3i to Hon.VV.Cust,St.Johi/s s' % Hon. Mr. Bernard, St. j ri. 1 f 15 Hon,C.Townshind.Tr 11 lor I, H. MoiTk, Trtnitif ,    -   J. Remington, Trinity 3t.ipl'H. Peft>y, fit, Joh..'s 3t-10 '�...... �!�  O �o  0 ,31 10  s io 21: 31 21. 2r Mastercf Christ's - . '      .        messrs.    � C. H. , AVollaston, Kiiig's^GQllese-C. Sime.in, Ring's H. Marsh, St, Joiin's G. F. Tavcl, Ti-iniiy ), Wood, St. John's J. liiitnini St; John's 5 .5 Dea try, Trinitv Col. : lo'io S. iilackall, Ema; Col. lo it. S^werbv, Qneeniifc.10 -lo T; Shieja, St. JoML' 5 5 E. RogCfs, iytag^|Spi-!i.�pi|.io. ']'; Thoniason, e, St. John's 1. A. Lloyd, 'f lin. Col. C. Wray, I rin. Col.: Williamsoii, St. John's 5 W.i'.Raymr.nd,Triii;C: 5 C. Devau, St. John's, in P. K. EajjIo.Trin. C0L5 T.' Roberts, Eiiuu.      to G.H.T. Farbrac:?, Chr. 5 Sinith, T'.in Col.        10 W.Eagle, Trin. Col.    5 j, i;. W.Green, Trin.Col. 5 CM. MoUtrv.Trjn^Col. i 5 ' IMPERIAL, I'AMl/WEh'T. 10 Io 10 S 5 m 10 5  5 HOUSE OF IORDS, V>, lauixDK^t, Mas-ch i6.   . , C'junsel were heard hi th*. Scotch- .Appeal Cause, IUHif< SON and othefi-i/. w ATs^iN and ^ i�f T. The Hilh on the Table wer: .'"Ujnced a ita.fc each. Sr;mc hills were bfouj^fit up fr-)-)! the Cornmons, which wer jt;Secretary f;>r Ireland, presented certain Accounts p'-ithi.-^ii; to A4t of Parliam-nt. Adjourned.. .... _ HOtJ-^E OF COMMOMS-. Mr. HOLFOKD brought in -i Bill for forming the Philanthropic Sciciciy Vitio a Corj-O'r.ion. Read a firsttinie, and ordered to fie read a SfC-ind t'ine. Mr. fU/RDON brou';-,ht in a lii'.l for I'ne better regulation .of the adrrieasurr-nieni of Coals, s;a iiirne Head a first -time, art(V orilftred ro be read a  issued under anAft of the 39-4?} ot Gforg? th: fh.r t, were ordired to oe referred to th* Comm'tttee of supply.   The Hwuse ' -P;rbvl�|U$'^tp:{6e firsted their willir.gn'-'ss to extend       arcwunoca-. tion, on conililion-t)f receiving imly ;3 percer.t. i.-ibtead -'t I- t(J,viil�ichthey were eotitlcrl,   |t.v.-as neveriheless : ece^saiy, asaj)oint of-forin, to vote ti;e'.jre.ser.t Kesolu'.io^i, Mr. -rl EKNEY, so f-jr from thi.V.i'iiij; ilu cniu.^ the-Bank libera!, tli-.ught .tI-..-^t noUin-.i coyld be mox-iH'.ier ?1. The Bank lent this 3 ni^l.'.ions to Govjinmi-Tit lor six y-a:s, withoutinteresr, as the pr cf^ ot their charter, wiiich had b^en grantrd tbrherri on terms vvhi<;liVi his opinio;', ought not to have been a;lowed. '1 h v now cirn^; ami otfeico ":r,at thfee per cent.and ti'lkid of their gjcat !i ieri^lity; wh/ntt -y-as w.f;l known fl-.at awing to' the reitr'i-ucn on tiie 'ssuin^ of ji�;cic, and the Substitution of the Bank mitcs, Uiey lud net only jiot lost sixpence by this Loan,but.had 'nsen enabled to mike veiy extraordinary p'nfhs, of wiiich, inJ^edV t'.iey hartijwi:,-�'t, avd which certainly sho-.tk-t Ijav.; hadThe eiTsct of renJeniig them a little mare-generjus to � tii^oe tiuough w.hose mea;!* thry hadobtained the/XrV He.d'ul not cbje;t to th? res-la- lioil, !�ilf lie oi-.^'oj mo.^l.. 1--'- '- � �---- ---------Icfy,- W; CIryHs, Trin. Col. T. Wells, Trin. Coi. S. M. Phillips, Sid. e. Yeats Trin. Col. Hewgill, Trin. Col. w.TrauKS.Tiin. Col. a for 1011, but he arosemerely to state, that tin; Bank lud driven hard bargain,'a.nct made aiVunuratsfiilrofurn 'to t.'ie country jr the privileges that had been sfahred tc$ ihemi '�-   �   ' Inthe Press rmrl speOsiily ^vill be publish-;d, Vol. 11. of A.CHJIONOLCGICAL HISTORY of VOY-�AGES and DISCOVERifiS in the SOUTH SEA .01 PACllIC OCEAN. By Captain J A M i; S BU RNE Y, of the Royal Navy. Sold by T. Payne ; ,G. and \V. Nicoi ; Wilkic and Robinson j Nornaville and Fell.      . '     VICTUALLINC; OFl'ICE, March 24, i�;6. ., nPHE Commissbners fsr VictHallbig His Majestys X   Nuvji do herihy gtvi Notice, That on lye.inesdaji, the gii ef April next, ibcy ii'lUie rtady to tir.eive fenders.iniirriiing fstated up), and 'tre.it jor the jtiUctuing qita'-.iiiies .0/ tRON HOOPS, i./a;. VATT HOOPS - looT �'. RUT r HOOPS - 2oot-Tohs. ?;:-Pi-iv.'f-E HOOPS .    -       lool)   .  � '''.Ti!k '.^,."__ ..^  . , "      � ,4;o\ ir'fir'any giidirti/yo/ etther:. dinomlnation n-Jt less tLan Fifty Tons ; to be delivered in Te>t IVeeks, iji lueekiy'proportions, imn His Majesiv^s yietujl/inif Stores at DeptfWd, and to be faid Jor ty Bills -pjyu'Jli luth Intirest ninety days after daf.-T/Je Conditions of the Contract and Rumples of the iioops may be sien atthtSecrfUvy's Ojfce. ,   - A'areg-ird luill behnd to any Tindif in uibiih the price shall not be imerted in ivdrds at length, or th.tt sLilt not, be dflkjercdto the Hoard hejore One 0'Clack'on the, said Irednesdiy, the ^ih ef Ai^ril next, nor iinless the FerioniL'ho makes the .Tender, or wff Prrnn tn Us be'.ta/f, atknds, to answer udstn called fir-. 18   o THE RevrwiLLiAM-BARCLAY'sFA'rEN i" A nTIBI LI ou s PIL LS. The exclusive Sale otthis valuable meelicinebeing now vested solely in the Rev. VViU Jiam Barclay, and thoseappointed by him, the further Siildbt the I'ills is, in consequence, entitifty dvscontmuttl at the Elaboratory, NOi 35, BedtbrU-strec^, Covent-garden, and is now established at the Rev. William Barclay's Warehouse, Leiccsiei-sqwate; where the public may he assured of ha-fihg them in their pure and genuine ^tate. Mc.;>Kichurd Uutler,. No. 4, Cheapiide, being appointed sole Whol^sal^ Agent, ail virholmle orders, both \\\ town at|d/(�untry, a^ r^> duested to be addressed tohini,.who vyill m�k)�the'l'radet]ie unual allowance. None are genuine but those, having a Black Stamp, with thi: iiajuc, ** I'hc .Jtcy. W; Uamay," Ihmved thereon. 1'     ' ^ T. A.THIPPS, Agent to the l^ioprletort, BudtbrU-tXrcct, lfkioii, light brown hair, blue eyes, ana his ears pierced, YVES I.E bOLLOOHF,. Ii,isei�.'.e ite V>.lssew, *j yeats of age, tive feet seven inches ami a quarter high, slight pcr> soil, oval visage, fair cvwtple^ion, \lark, bwwit hiir, hazle eyes, cut with a swoidon the right Ug, arid slightly idiuked with sma^l pox.    ,   F.ROM PUIHaM; LOUIS 0EnBAUSSI;T,Li�s^ten4nt in the Army, �� years of age, five feet fiVeinvhes high, tiMvm luir, hatle eyes, ovai viMg�,dark complexion, slight psrsui), aud otaricd with mall ^ox slightly. tend _____.......,..w       ,v v*-it.,wu i-u:��;ucTia'ji-cf-ivan* tages. from t'neir Ciwrter, advantages, ir,treed,"much moire c-r-n-siderable than \vt:rc uontem-.^'iaievl in the' first initsnce -, but certainlvcomp-^ring what the Chartef pfp�ftiQ.Kl, \vi:h what the Bank had'voluntariiV;i>tL'r*i, rhe cil'er irmjt be dsemeda. liberal one.       Th( granti.. charge________,----.........�.....^-r -.rt"--^, v.auaa�. Nova Scotia, New belgium, Ne^-ttouivJUsid, ihtf Bahama Islands, &c. .. �" ' ' -' . The House liavin? been resumed, the Report was ordered to be received to-moriow. Lord OSSULSTON E i(if.tmed th3 Hons?, that thcrKing had been, waited on With tlie Address of the Goinmans, for an apcount'of the granti unprovided tot f.y Parlia.-ritnt; arid that'his Majesty had b.?e-.vgr.ici,)u:.ly pleas'.-d to oilier xtic pto- . per Officers to lay the same beiore the House. CAl'E OF GO;)D HOi^E. Mr. VANS! T I'A-XT moved the third reading of the Bill for regululin/fifhe trade of ihe Cape of Good Hops . Mr. wmrii;'-" ""'----- ing a senset. ________- ... ....i.. -..iin-ntui,       mc expe- diency of refaiititu it in our pvississivjn in t'.ie event o:a jiaei-ficatio-H; LordGARLlES took the opport'-inlfy of askirgtlje Gentlemen oppi^site, whethtr orhui ir wis !nt--ivcle,1 lo t,ike an,/ parliaine.'itary notice of the. hriiiiaist atchievement of those >;allant'n:i:n by whoi-.: z-^a! and e.vj;.-tb..s that i;;5:_ioirr:i it possession h.-ifi been irjJuced. A .con-idiia'Dle parr cf th,- hbnaur attei\dins this eXpiiit belon^.-it \o tUe rr.-li; ii)- Perha^is  endq>vho'were more ;nVme^ia:."iy ^hneil^id witri the Military Departinent, vwrc [ire-e:r, he (e!t sivneciiffi-culty in anssvering the Nobie i.cril's quj.stion. He >va> not aware tlVat any motion, of the ;iaiuri al.'-a.leU tc, '.\ ji imitation i and he h.id rro hesiraticiiin pvini; ir ai \i\t cp-ilion, that such a motion would be [;fe:riatu.e un'.ii i.-ie conquest had been completed.. , The liill was then read a third time and passed. "   On the question tespecfii^^ ihe title. Lord C A 3TLERlE.'\(; H r s^.to iubmit to .Administration the^ptOjiriciy i>f proilojicg a Vote of Thanks, to the gallant Offlc'ers aMud.;i:i tu. 'io wards the close of the .'j>t war the fhairlts^th? House were 1161 d^tayct to theA_cnquerors of 'Egyp.iiSml.lhi; cer*lusion of the cantj-aijjn. In his ap'pre- � heh3i.bAj;lfi4;"d*srec ill'vvhich iiur trpoi>s' had d'stMigmshed thenise"iv�^^i.nflie opening or'the business, wji surticient to induce P.lfli.->iiient-to express a grateful sen^c! t!it:ir conduit. Lord HENK V PE fl'Y rcjieated, tiiar as the conquest was incomplete, such a vote v,'o-.iKt be p.-emature. � General T.AKLF.TON ptessc.! tiie propiieiy of an immediate vote of I'h-anks !bf ihigiStant services tniit had beeii rendetedi .^od dcprecatert the id�i of ibrbe.�ing until the whole conquest wa;; c>m;)lete"d.. .Should a large boti* ttf the enerny laivdat the Cap?, 1: wi.s i:!ipo>�iCil5 that thslauhsls whiijlj Our'btave tro:)pa ?'a.i k-athered. Should "be withered by that' event i but; they nut;''.: .da|iriveii of' that licnourabte dlsi tindlion which he was desuous shoulji be co'iierred on-thetdi Lord HENRY RETTYobserved, that instead ofaconver-sation like' rec(se n;otttai on the subjcd. The title ^vis"a^e^^i to, aiid �H�j jiili onlered to the Lonls. The SECRETARY at WAIV pryseatcjl returns of the amoinit of the Vohintter Force, which were ordered t� ba ' printed. VVITNi-S earttl any objc^aion to the motion, would propose that there re Uid before the Houjs, an abstraot to tiie returns ma-Ic by the JirilTi-nt countie.-, of : the enrolments under an.Actin :he45dbt George the Tiiad, comnionlycalletl liie Liivy en .vtasse ,-41:1. > Mr. Seirtccary FOX.hoWever, drtjlarii^g that hecoi>)d not immediately say whether or not there \V3sa>.ivthtni{ in the ihotiunbbjctUbnablejMr. V oaicit g4v6^nb.ici that ha^ycusd makeitto-morraw.  . - ^ The A rrORNEY GENERAL gave tvpticc, that he would iQ-niotroW m �ve tor a, Connnitrei; to be .ipnointed to search the Journals of the Lofiis, rclaiiyv to the �wrtnesie* DEFENCE OF THE COUNTRY. General TARl.Ert)N rose 10 K^enotice, that bit Wrf-neschiy, thejd of'April, he vvoiiLi make a nwtioii relative 10 the Dot'ence oftheiC  btout;ht forward by Govern-jnei t, hesU'Wild abmttcn ids motion, v GlVlt; UWMMls.-;lu\tKS oF THRHWy JAt G^ES gave 11 tics, thjt, as tfte pa,KiH^s    thusub. jcd already vr�e..tc(.vve,c i�.Airiit,�i,, ,e should, to-inorT low, move tor lutther pjpais reijuve to the F.xpci.ce*^l'rh* C�iDlttUSiwnfs for Ktvuwu tue wivii AXtmi tJ i!k- Navy   

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