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Courier (Newspaper) - April 18, 1806, London, Middlesex FRIDJfY, APRIL IS, 1806. /flic? 8b; TH BrtT!�P R"t�yAL/Oia; ivSfr LAN fc. ^ T^H.IS;P9,ESENTJEVENlNGAheir. Majeitit.' "IHI? CONSTANT COUPLE, fiir narry WiJdair, Mr. EMiston j Lady Lureweji. Mrs. Powell, . ,  r: , . >vf;er which will lie perfonjriedffor the"?th timp) a new Craml Operaticil Romance, in twor icis, calieU !TH!v FORTY THIEVES. To-rii'Trt!\v,vBarhiirossa ; Achmet, the Young Roscius; i ti 1 lis ,l;o;tV .Thieves. THI-.\T�K UOYAt. CO.VJEMT-CARUEN. . 'ff-'HIS PRESENT EYlilSI^'G will be perlormed; 1 , . , NAytrOFWCE^AprUib, i8o6,^^^ I THK Prinfipat, Officers and Cominhim^^^ ] Maje. A distiibulioH of the tiem'pt tv'ilh a farm of the Tender, may be iem at ihn Office. .. A'o Tende^ill be received after Tvjelve o'Clock on the day of eaty, nor noticed, un/etit t/je party, o) an agent J*rhim, ittt/nds .NAVY-()FF1CE� April 14, i8o6, ' I ""HE principal O^cetn aitJ Cbmmiuioiters of ,Hit JL Ala/e^/y's Navy do Jjerijky give Noli(r, that on.'invKi-day, tliic z^tbt instant,; mtVne o'Ciock, they loill be ready to trtativilh tucb persons at >ifa,vl>e ivi/ling to cmirMt for iuiidylnr TAR, IMTCH,- RO.SIN, TURPENTINE, aiid klJ.V.llA TALI.OVV. Distributions of ibe'Articles, -with Forms of tbeXendtrs, way beiet'natthisO[f!ce. Notender tuitl be received after Tivelve o'clock on the day of Treaty, nor atty.naticedi unlisttl/e parly^ or Uit agent ffit, him, attends. � � �.  _ �, . � ' . " ,,, . Stamp- OHJce;"Sovijr^dUl'iiict;* � March a�j j806. ,___the Nobility Jiis ANNUAL ih'tJii; Cr/iae lt. James, Piccadilly, by the Right R��. JOUN.XORD niSHOPof OXiORD.-The Scrvfc* to begin � Eleven ii'CitH:k..-N.Mi,There will be no CoUj^ction at the Church. A LIEUTENANT-COLONELCY anctalSlA- .XJl JORlTY.of INFANTKY for SALE.-Apply to George Davis, �sn. No; 10, Northumberland-street, Strind, between eleven andf two o'cladi.-All letters must be post Jree.  � . �� :. � -Vjv. - 0 tofurm, on Tuesday, the izd of .'Viiril next, be Wfeu the Hours , /)' One and I'li'i in the Afternoon, vaithhi the District unJerni'n-sioned, for the Term of I vo Years and Three Quartets, /iowi the ist day of-May next, to such Person or Parsons at m.iy ie itilliKg to contractfr,rthe same A:l Penotts iunendinglii farm tiiif sliid Duties are to deliver in their Proposals to usa( tbeSlamp-OKict,.i>rSoiite set-Place, at least Three Days previous to ilie said 2td day of Aoril next,' signed ivitli their Names, stating Jr^e-iVate of their Abode, and tltat they itrtend to btd Jor tbe said 'I'eirPropoia/scaitnotbepiociAieJon. i Jicenseil to let Horses for the purposes of tra-veiliiig U|�t, or any Persons for their Use, can be adinitted to contrsHl for the said Duties. No. District to be let to Farm : la. MidJ!es6x,i-?ctuding London and . ) ^ vVestiiiinster � - S ^8,000 All Persons intenaing to bid for this distridl, are vhichir might not be expedient at |>re. sent to agitate. He should tlierefart, vent^ifc to advise bis 'WajesiyrsGovemnient either ta pwtpooe Ittill tlic-ncxt ses. :$ion, or, at least, to allow tdlt time tor afull and mature examination of its tendency. ^ Lord AUCKLAND observed, that the Nohjc Lonl must Invc misunderstood him, as there was no intention of introducing the objetUunable clause into the ptes/nt bill.' Lord .HOLLAND; in adverting to the observations nfthe; Noble Loid who spc^ke last, but one, assured him that h? 7 nPWO hundred arid nihb^Ciip3ralPme8;lrOin 500lr, Ainu, any Peison mav advance, aijdjtlie h-ghesfePidder will X' ^6 3o,oobl. haVcbeeriSha^e^^ �� be declared the Farmer, and will be requiretfio' pay dawn - >3o,fl last wti^rnwr Lotteries, by^ HORNSiy and Cp.. 26.' CdrnhiU ; .i4,.C{ttrJng-CrttiS , I - ..and St. Margaret's Hdl,Jk�i�mgl>. ' Tickets and Shires tor: th6 present State Lottery, robe ibawn tha lath ot Mayifl^ now sellingb/ HORNsUYand. I Co, in great variety ^irnumbersaiHl at. the lowest prices.- ' Order;s by letter tjr.carrier,' txtcmoX tXattl* onlhc iame terms*8irpTesent."'-, , ......i.-f^:.,-* > Ni R-.: All business in the pni^lUe liwdis tj-ansafled with car�an(lljdelityv;,_.; '^"Mt^ ' Wo 4? CtWNHjtL^ani...ts -or _ ,GBNTLEMtN, tue CufUNlY of ROXBURGH. UdinbUfgh, April 12, 1806. above offite?', and triierh''irftiOTf ofnthp cMt^^ /^N my Jiukal here this evening, I found letters receive'ifinr ffliincy, or*xchange'theA"for;iielfets-andSl�ai�s \^ froin.severJrof'uty trien-ls acquaintriT[g*-ftlS''tnst MK inthcTiew Lotteryj'whichb^gins drawing. 12th May. the nexv Lottery consists of oily 25,090 Tickets-the high�%t price js25,�jojI,; and the lowest 2il.-There are 1,094 mortf I'rizes than.vVcre'm the last Lottery. Schemes, with p>irtti �tuJars, may pe ha 1, gratis, as-abov*, wh��_�h*. !a>t iOi^vol. tlielast io.hmI. and the iait 5,003! ever drawn were ail soli in Sliarcsby T. BISH.  A1tbuiinendon, rney' tor Pri^es^as sq��ias drai wn. . ' � jST-ATE LOTTERY, - .To begin UravVnig Monday, I ith of May. TTAZARD; BUHNE, and CO. Stock Brokers, JL.X^^their State Lot t Tickets, and the Scheme coniams Elliot had ollered himself a Caiviithite, aud had beaUii Ins canvass tor the County ot Uoxburgh. No dissolution of Parliament being immediately cxpcdl'd, 1 was not aware that pr'>pns:ils of tins nature would h:ive b?en nVade lilt so early rpv;rio 1; bXit'the circumj*ancs malte* it ncccssarj/ for ine to loss no tiin> in coming torw.ird wit.'i my pretensions, and earnfstly solici'ing your votes uiii.1 in-teiests for the distinguished hon-jur ot represvnuini; you m Parliament. My attachment to the County, and long attention fa its interest are, I Hatter myself, well known to y- u all ; as well as theanxioui wish 1 have long entertained of obtaining thcliigh honour 1 now presume to solicit. . I shall take the earliest opi'ofiunity of payiiig my resp?(Jls, to every-Frceholrier in person, and will only add tli-it if 1 am so fortun.ite as to succeed, I slialle.ideavonr tJ render myself not altogether unworthy of ti'.t lionour coiiferreii upon ine l>y the most i ;alou> and unreniitiin^jiitfnt-f.i to-t.'ic duii s of the ivglies't truit which in th�e - eventful times can be c inferred upon an individual. . _ I bave.tiie honour to be, with the m'^st profound respeil, Cemlciricii, yrmr devotal humble Si;rvant, V )OHN RUTHERFUKD. should be veryvvtlling to adopt the latter p.irt of his lidvice, namely, to give full time for the examination of tUt bill which he intended to introduce. He should niw move the first reading of it on Mraday next, then move timf k be pr.nted { and afterwards name a distant day f;>r the second r-'ading. When he hoped their Lordships would be enabled to iivake up theirininds upon it. He was not aware of th^ force of the objectio^uto which the Noble Lptd seemed to think it. liable. The Bill was read a i^econd time, and ordered to be coth-milted fo-qtorrbw. 'ibe Twenty Millions Loan Bill went through a Committee, and was ordered to be read a third time -to-morrow. The witnesses in the caus? the Duke ot Newcastle v.^the Cotinteis of Lincoln, appeared at the Bar, and agreed in stating, ^hat his Giace had attained his 21st year. The Lord Chahcellor ordered the cause to be lurttter considered tomorrow.-Adjourned. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Otjthe Motion of th: S(> lICI TO R GENE R A l a new Writ was ordered lortlie Eledion of a Member for-the lio-rough of'Kinsale, in the room of Samuel Campbell Rowley, E^q. who had accepted the Stewattship ot the Chihern Lluiidrcds., . Mr, FRANCIS, previous to the Debate on the Dill reUt-iiig to the Debts ot the Nabob of A'cot,wuhe4l the Gentlemen of the long robe, and particularly the Attorney Genfi^l, to consider how tar the East India Company was, consist-enfl)f with the Ail of 178J, euritled to ap|)oint such Commissioners as those to whom tlie fiiJl before the House related. On the motion of Sir JOHN NEWPORT, the secoii reading ot the Irish Butter Patkins Bill was put off till May 1 ; and the second reading of the Iri,li Bank Note Bill, i|ml the Irish House Tax Bill till to-morrow Onthe motion of Sir P.S lEPMENS thi House went into a CoriYinittoe nn the Atts tel.mivg to the discoic'jr of th� Longifu(te, A reaolntiiin graiinng i �,oool, for the purposes ot the Adl was agreed to, the reiort to be received tomorrow. Mr. VANfUTlART bron^Iitin the Appraisement Duty Rill,- wMehr/as read a tirst 1 true, wid. ordered to be rcaUj second time to-morrmv. Mr. A I.EX.'VNDER broug't i;p the report of the Com-mitiee of bu|)|>l}. '1 hi giants tor iniscellaneous services V ere agr�-d to. . , I.nrvl OSSULST�NE inlbrmhl the House that his M.v jesty'had given orders to Ijv hetnre the Mouse pursuant to Adttiesf, a Copy ot ihr CapitulttionofTobago. . vvrrNi;s-.Ks bill. every tliirig had been done-to ten^i^M'P^^^'^i^-rfr , -He,.hoXvever, thought the amendtnent ind? by : . proviso dciirable. . The Bill Stoold not be �(i4 toj^e, ; ' exactly conformable to the opifiton of the Ja^es^ * .while no notice was taken of the exceptions thy^ ^ . made to the rule. It was the objeft of tlje proviso ' attend to these exceptions-. Tlie exceptions^ if.ther ', were exceptions in iaw,wt:re not on any legal |�coxai . neither were the rnles to lybich ih?y ?jplted. Th-'e, � was no reason,to ihink ch,t the tiiiss oteviiEncc 6!i- . ' served in the Courts of Law were coevfil with the embarkation of Richard I. for the Holy Land, the era of the Code of Common Law. � Thcs*!(oles were not found in any book of law. .They, cquld-'jio't,  therefore, he said to be anterior tp the;CpDrt9 of Equity, On the contrary, it'td'Scliemt�gr4tis. - > ' ftiaiV^NCIi l)F PKICtS. TPROMeriod oftHe Dtawiiig. be-tlrree Blanks to a Prize. ' LOTTERY begins nra\>�hj!..iath May,. 1806. . . SCHEME. ^ Priaeof iC�SiP�o , � ^2*000 3 , 2:i,ojo � -.. ^ 4 ,000 a ' -r---. io,oo.i - 20,000 1 .'--t- 5,000  - i' �* -*-- ' I,uo0 . -10,000 Jo . - ..... 5,000 ... a� , -- .too 2,000 ^6 fi-- JO - 2,80a '6,2o� -j- , �i - 137,100 42 o,fp.> i�5,oo�,^1ckets ". Part of thejibj^jfe Capitals. tVvi.:Fitgt-drawn T'icl(ets:t�t Day each l.j,oo,ojo S'^'to ' � . ah'Day aojono Piiie of a Ticket, a.19. to o Eighilv^ V Wair,-' : 4:;.o 3 Eigl . fliKteentlH a^Unkfttwn^y;L9tt(;ry fpr.nvmy years.p : p^^tmmw:\^ fro., i,r: .Vv' FOtFi'EKCftU's'CHEMlCAL AN At-YSIS of the CtlELrENHAM WATERS. These Salts correspond in Slienie%(f wAflai^bHiniatjl(^!il>y�toeessi�e >drinkingr or ,>nt�-�^�raint,f^^*�^cl�m#; OaptaUiirof Sfcp?,iJ>pi�W'�iy Wm, the further saleol ' tlt^ PiTii'' iS, iit conset ueiib'e, '^HiWt^lv^diJstbntinucd at the EWhbijitoyy/-------- ' - -EMBOijitory, No.'3C, uc;enuine state �* M,v.T4; cbMhMw " -' uuestetltobeaddiess--..--. - . . - usudl i(lt6\*/'anc�. '^noafi^goniiine 1>ai tlWwo ;ltt���8; a , ,.HIacK Stampv:�dt,hv�fttt:wm�^ K�Vj,;)V. Uarclay," J- X ; : Be(t�Jtd.�iect, Covetit-KJttiJrrt, n On the motion of the Attornev General, the House went'into a Committee on the Witnesses Liability Bill. The MASTER of the ROLLS complained,' that while tlic Bill pretended to be only declaratory, it in reality enafled very largely and vtry illegally. Tlie opinion which the majority of the certainly expressed, but expressed with much limitation and qualification, was generally, and withour exeeptir-n, established as law by the Bill as it stood. He wished to guard against this excess, by allowing the witness to'objeft, -and tlie Judge to allow the objeflion, in all cases in which a defendant to a bill in equity would not be bound to answer. ' ].i allowing to a Court of Common Law the same powers over wir-nesses.that a Court of Equity had over defendants, he did not wish to make those powers compulsory, without the exceptions allowed in equity. He there, fore moved a proviso, by which the witness should be allowed to plead an exception to the rule laid down in the Bill, in all cases where such an exccp. tion would be allowed in a Court of Equity ; and that the judges should be at lilTcrty to allow that exception in the same mannner as if thfs Ad did not exist. ' ' .The SOLICITOR GENERAL had always less confidence in his own opinion, when it d.ftered from that of his Hon. and Learned B'rieiui; but if this prov.lsowere to pass, it would go to the establishment of a new principle unknown to the law of England, that of regulating the rules of evi.lence in the Courts of Law by the practice of a Court �f Equity." 'f he rules of evidence in common law were prescribed by nostatutt; they,iiros'eout ot t!ieconi. monlaw itself, and wtjreip many, an.l ihi;se the important, points coeval ufrith it. The doarines ol equity were comparatively modern. Though the fill! was necessary, it was better it should not pass, that! to pa^s clogged with this proviso. It was true a Courtof Equity would not compel a defendant to any thii.g that mayHnvalidate his title, in case of putchase, for a valuable consideration with.; ,out notice; but the general rule of equity was,, that; no man could refuse aiiswcring on the ground that the answer might involve him in civil suits.! ,Thd judges at Com.r.on Law wct� often called on to'-ile-citlc nice points incidentally, and on the inomcnt^inii Jie thought i,t wrong to shackle them'\with rcfcjfonces to tlie praitico* of a Court of,Equity. He' allowei> 'there exVcptitins to the rule,^ut.the BillJKd not take tbc/nnway. 7')\e cliiliae >i'ki5".tmrtel ccHSBty, au4 inconsistent wiih'the spititfof the hiWoT �Enjjlund.-V- � vr,.vf..- 5I. was allowed to be a g'jodconsidi to answer^ Why then should not a- witness be exempted from admissions thiit may involve-the^nihi. lationofiiis.propi-TJy ? It may be said, the interests ' of justice required .tlie admissions enjoined by the , Bill J but the interests of justice required equ lily the ' confession, of a. .'murderer called as a 'witness against a person filsely accused ot the crime, of vvho e itmo-cence this confe-aion would, be the hillesl testimony.' Yet this confi'ssion was nat i;cqulri}.� Ii was not the. interest of justice that was in qurstton ; but the\ proteflion yllowcd by the law lor the security of the subject. In every other country a uci)t tn.:y he without any evidence to the oath of the' j'.cr-son in charge. Tn thisoar.try that c u'd not be done. The principlo ai'ii tiie train ofcjiKi'iirgaiK n it involved were e.irly got rid ot by our Ciniit!.- Formerly every AcTtthvit gave rise co a civil avV.on involved a penairy to the Crown ; lur withholding the just demand in cases of civil aiiioi) ; a'nd Ibr tl.e : offence n un, of the great law authorities, that witnc4scs Avc^e bound to answer withoutrespeil to civil >wit,s. ^awj, that sogreat a law -.luthority had questimjed-^eoj^-nion of the Judges, it must; ajipear to ,a{l.ij�rtjciil.t^ ly necessary to settle the point in quCsUoq..". ^ Mr. PERCIVAL wassure it was iateiVi�d;by tlj.e Judges tdmake e.>c(Jfptionsro tlie general Tujeihcy hail laid down. A proviso similar- to that now-prop sed h;id been urged in thd Lords,.aml igrsed. .10 irr-the first instance, bttt the bill-itiiA been lent3J�wn wUh^ out it. He" did not hcsitat'ei'w say,,fho>*ever,,tha,t without the proviso thd'BHl'oqghtflcftVtOjMSB,, an4 that the qiestions irisingv oi�ght;ro,ba JttfttS^jbefde-termined m a leg d wi>*. j.Thiujflcstilc^Q fadorcibe Genera^f.were in ditts^ 0t>pt>�itio9'�gppp .^fo�14 not sayi that th&pJisdiig of',,his'5obiel^^ not ..... ^ >.'*i^\�tiM Thecv^tM^^^'*^vs�'>k*ir.;�).ii- thi r�^ion of t tily.bl5t>e>Juaj^t'^i^U thath^ ^ieard"ti|^ . -' t � '. ;