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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 22, 1806, London, Middlesex                                aW#Tl7XE. aJ-TVVi;H\i' KKf,LA:V;) AND tkVSSlA.. Xi-.-^.-C'-'TytoT a ^l.;u.-.::i (Tora Francis Jame-t JiicT^wn, ^-.i-rj. cc'U'it I'iij.k't Wa:'.. iu-J AJalg'avs, duoii BerJui, 271* 3.ii.'r;,r)i, i3.i>.     * "Iir J.I h veTvoiYoviT of indsifinf; to yatir l.ord-'AlP a'.�luv, .wJiii-h althci:;;;!.! JiToi }cj,-,(rr.iaj.\ 7 luvajii,i i-6c'v^iiiiiiate. punit;ul; ininiMin^ ol .tl-.atc mrtry to tiie exclU-siv; ;guari >iJs, ami to ihi--lUfiii'.iiUiitwu ofth-i King, until tits criuclus'.uu of a V'wi.e between Kiif^faiUl fiancT;; t>is M.ijeity-coiiLd not deisy tiikinx tlicnete.ssjry mcdsutcs tor th� Oiiuy ih rvin a. e r, s of hi> a;my. whTid wiil be iir\'lcr (i' ;.-i!<;)- of ilic jiiutiv.'s Mvlliiib have iiid'XOti him ui f^ku tlKst-ifrjis, {:i,ii!v jiiniit'. : cUt#l by bis IS it.miiic M:ijestv, and b:s iiili ort\iT iuT tii)0|)s to re-t'iiier lI;iu(;vl7, aiul, since' al.so it. wiis. upcn this stippos'iioii alone, lli.it tbe Kii-}; RUar.'tnlrcti ihi;tr s.'CMrity. 1 j>TesniTie, tlut I'o'tl Cisihcart . lias alriaily-receive.!, xmi is U|).jii the-pttist of cxicutiiij; ihe brdcis ot'bis Court for the r e trooiis, for � bitiv transporis have bier vvaiiijn; for sn:ii..-'iii:ic i)a=t. I b;i.,'e, liowevcr, to rcqvie-it, Sir, lh.it yoii w^iviUI, fo' tli;, purji )se of stilJ fii.Mlu-i-'gMe(l)      HARDEN15EKG. �To Nir. Jjcksoil, SiV.iiC ; ^. ;ko. It.-r-t'iis Vrtis.iliu Al.ijrs'y'j rrncl-.tiinti'in on takimv tempo-Mry pos.sessi./ii of ti;e lik'jtor.ite of, lliiiio-Ar, lijicii a7lh jutt. ii'36. Ibis I'rool.riuatioit ,'Ct wliat 3.> due to b.is o\vi> legitiiiiait- lights, as wd; as to ibe cx-in jil.iry fidelity and attuUbinfiit of hi vHantjveiisn subjcils, as 10 '.-ijiiscnt to'the alieivdtiob "1 Ihf iU-.-t�orat(;. . Mis Majesty le.vns Vvitlic-iic-rii, that it is in asir.ition to sri-ve up Aitspaeliaiid otbei parts ot (.us I'rnssian" \1 tjisiy's t;iJiiiii7ions in Hav.iria, ill con^o-iU iic- t'lf /t e.;jiv. niiuii uiiti ViaRCC:: hut he does tiot prvte;.;! any rii;ht, tofnttfitcre or to Vol." V,-Vrf'c'am.'rtion of �Cmint.ficbii'feiibiiTK, tbcsbuniti;; ot the P.-rts of the Moriii J)ea yj:�V>is'Wbe'Bii-tisb Slrips and Tr�di', dattd �Hatiover, aStb'i^f Vl?kb 1.8 6. in� frcat'/, w.bicb hdo bem ct'ncS'.idrd bi-twtfi! bis jesty the K-i .s*>f I'risvsia inv.tnast Crsdows SnwereiRri, iii'.tl bis l;i�(i�ria'l iVIajcvty tli; Jimpcror oif l-rance mtd KiR^o'f Itdljr,-it bit. been siir-nlalAl, th'ff llie i'lmi of the North .Sea, 8s we'll an all .Rivfis ruivtiitij; :|rtto it, -jhaSJ 'be sliiit ;�>;aii\(it the Ur-itish Slii(>s lioU Trade, in tlwesme tmniier as w!i.Vi*r.l ay.avnst -USIi UP i,()kO^, M<^wa\y, Ats^x.it.   � .   ' Vlr. Wyat r, ot the ft'^iard ;'.iiii ,dloAvti.l to'jirocced fur son-.e tlnie in the Appeal Ca.M*. when .  . Mr. vVl-n  llRf.A.> brouR^'.t up a Mcs'i!iC"tVf.!>,i the Coiti-moti.-i, asid deliver-d id :i li.-t of' a.lditioM d v e!;aiiii';^ed on the Uia'. of l.or.l MtLVii ^Vll^i.-.,i^fs, �0 be VV.-VK WITH P .�.t.l-,.^1 A. a't.i(;bi:if.nt of hi.', llrui,!) inly'cU. .aui'c.ible iicgotiativn, agsinsi tl'.e inju lilscaBaeity Hanover, was :ri 110 wise a p^rty to the i-o,iviiiti lii iMuded to, or responsible Jor its con3er*;�\5li),. were tiiifndispeiisjhle -  e t t,he riitry of f iVci^iv troops,'aiW ihequiet of the North _ ofGerinaiiy'prB.servi'd.   , , � !     .' � ' \'\\\\ hiiinit been 1 btjtiv'd wifboiit paiiif'-dVicirfices tiu li's Maje.sty'v parti--Thofe cf the House (if Haiiover are.iti iia de)tiectobe at�ributrd to the Kind's measufcs, btit ai'e the ^iievitabjeconse(;ueiices c f H w.u< v\hi\fi his concilL-jtHiR po-''-licy. hits in vain eiidtaYbufed to preveiii.- 'Iliivwar itnji;ht have prodticvtl Still more svTinUs constfltiencea.   The Trc.tty a: I. Lonl GltEKVlLLE then fostf, fiajj, tlt.Tt he had it in coni;na(!!l,froui his M;(jesiy to delivcc.ihe f'r.lIo\viiig iVie-.^sagt^ to iho Houjic, rcspi-'ding the' pre. sent state of tht: relations of this cQiii.'try with Pru.'isia "<�;!: l the cpntiiicrte and i!avi^;a;io;i i-t l*/unsia. His rtl�jejfy d.v'jily re)tr..-ts this extaiisicn ai^d .aj;5ravaticn of cilaini'.ics altfady so severely left by th.e nations uf.tli'e Continect,  Majesty was inforfned, that tlie fiercininati 11 ha I hrjn t.iker. i^f cKt-iudins by f .rce th;' vcm-"1- and the c-miiri'-diiies of tisis kMlj;-:Ioiii from porrs aiwl countries t'lider thcla-.vful d-jminion 01 forcible controul vf l'rii.vhich he s'.tould have the hof-.our to propospj had the concurrence arid "apprcbatian of the enlightened part ot the country whom it most rearly cfFccicd, and promised also to Jiave fheasseiit and sandiori of the most diitipguished professional men her^-, both on the Bench and at the Bar. The necessity of .'iome such.measure had 1 ;ng b-en felt and generally acknuwlcdged ; and- he ivas happy that It fell to his lot to bring it forward at a time when he shottld have the assistance and support t^f sach ta. lcnt.s as now j^weside 6n the Woolsack, and the able co.'jperation of theenunent Lawyers who now graced the Bar and Benshpf both countries. Such mt^n ihust feel, their Lovdships must all fee\> what a marked and proud feature tliie impartial avimiulstration of justice foritned in the'chara^er'arid cpnstitution of this coun-try;^, It woidd not be expeflsd nverely giving a sim-pie riotiCc :t>f atny measure,^  le-ntiort A'as to 'itdAttit cCttiiiu' Resblutionu" tq the ,| �House", 'whtth wbiild tlflinj'frcKtnd 'the defeats com. plajnpd -ofj an'd the remcciliiss purposed to" remove them. .HcStd hotirifoid to jproceed furtlitTih the feufiinm thv> S!:-.ss-Gr, of Tiirlininmt ; \mx li-avc tUcm to 1vt";id . rtcesvi; their aji^iroijali�n at-'.il s;ri.�� tt-yii, h,- �.iionJd c-r.di-;'.vour 1 tnbnilvl upji? them �;i riic.iir,tl      i-^i tli-^ i,T;nr!-c f the J ensuing He.ssicHy vvhCn sisffiiieiH "-I'-iHwe Itad k^.-co sl-lovfed Cot a fuH ir.i'Cr.tigatian of a'.i thii hearing* and ccnckiicifs of site!; a . nitastirL'.   .He I'lpjied i-'.e shauM be able to'suliinii liis intiv.ided F.C'johitioias to thciv Lordship-i in ,iboiit a I'cyrrr.i^lit;     vioulJ v.uvj pioptvse Mt>nday tkc cth off/lay, . Tlic i>i.ke of .MONTROSE cvpresVed In tT-.s stpctngcfit ter-iHS the iriBnite satisfaction h'e f'-lf, in � fituUng that a mc-.iy'j'-: of s;uch constr^ieirfe wins tnksn up by.-a No'.iJe i..O'fd f5;)r whom lie emcrtaiued st'.'.'h high �csteeii!, and vv^iose talents were ,so a;;, .anJ lie shotiKl .prcpi)-,e.t,h5t jr ,bc re-;.d a tccond' titns on"Tliur5(i:iy ti-xt. His Loi\l!il:i|.i c.v.-.cl.it'led iiy tnuving, liiat ilieir Lordships be siu.itin'jneu iar tH.iC day, which M'.-.r or Ifn-d. .    . �    The Diji^e of MOMTROSK observed, that he t'.-ns .pne of tiKrse u'lia cerraiuly tli'.V';:,'ii ch;; ms-'risiir-" ot a much innre sctic.us nr.ititv ib.ai) - it Jcqni-jd to b; C'm-.sidcTed by tho.se whri isur -Jncjd ir.   Ther did not >seernTO be a'-vine of the . j^ri'itt .7:n;.">;fir oi tftJvnjijrc-, ar'd of the griMt niimber of s-^amen who ^,cret;ri!pU^yi^d in iJv.it ti'a c.     |-i'c Avas [-.cfsuT-kd.ll'.at ilii; ^iiippir:^^ amoui^.;ed to no lf?s ioi.o.J'D ;t -r., ;!i"'d sea-ikh t;')-650.6. �  Topvovc this asssrcU/i-:, vUi; .N'oi-^lj Lord C!>a-chi.ied A'Hth Miot'ing ibr.cert-:)in i'ap..'(4, liy v/hi;'iv, he .said, all he lia.ladvaricctl '.vuitlJ b; I'u.'ly conls-m.'^.l. Lord C^RVIr.t?. laid upon the tjiKse I'v? ci>rr-"-ii|ionde:ic-? arid diifjvcnt d(3tnniH'n;,s v,hii.-h riiLried 10 the rtrc?nt n!)ni!.re wuh;Prus3i;u .     . � . Earl Sri-NCi-.R. bjidn,10a the tahie the p.np-r!^ tela, tive to tlie iV.'cnro Az\, Mhich-had l.'C.en r.ra.ved for un.'i i'onner day by L'..>rd-H.-i>.vkv':-biiry.~-.Qid-erjd to b-' printe.!. � � I.f>R:)- VliM.VIt.l.". , I,ord WALSiJsGiiAM read tl-e Report of the Cumrnirt'ie apj-oiined to sfa.rch for jTira-d.-nts' in Cascs.of,Iaip'-;ic!i:ncnr. .Tivi. Ke'pori c:n;;iiiied. c'"e f:ei-eiiu!ivt iy four days in' thi week, and not d'li: hi diem. That Hum be irrip.issible, as many urgent nsatters niiyht arise to claim thlir Lordships' artcnrion, and which might n^t admit c-f any delay. The N'jbie Lord co.nclu.led with moving, that file disc'l!s^ion of tliisinotion bo pjstpjiied ^ till Wedn vas agreed to wlihont any furtlicf opposition. The Bills on the Table were advanced a stage each, after which the Houjeadj'jjrned. Hf)WSE OF COVIMONS. A Messns;e fnin the Lords de.^ired the att^nd.-ince of tlie iloiise. to li-nr t-:e Uoval as^ent given, b,' Coriiniissioii, to several public a d piivat'.' .^jIs. I he Sp-i-iU.-r :-vcjiup uuevi, by the Members, a cordinijly weiit to tlie I onis, k/id, on Irs reto?ii,'acnu'ainted the House, that tue Koyal ajsciiit li.'it r.een given to certain .-Vcl^, for wnich see t.ie Lnrds; v On theino.ion of Mr. AVVU flVltl'.XD, it was ordered, that a Message be sent to the Lords, wiih (lie naincs of cer-tain witnesses on tt-L'Trial of 1 eird .Mcivillc, and desirinjj, that their I.ofdhliips woiild be pleaded to fiive t^rilers that tliev besummonetl inatteiid on the said trill. . r \"Ir. VViil 'rUK iiAIJ R.^ve notice, that he would to-ii>or. row move th� there b? read an entry in the J-umaU of the House, brderiiiK the Att'tney General to inspe-od �!| Ci'-il. Suj's aR.i'wstMr. Iruttcr, with a view to renew the crder. Mt. HOItHOUSK poStptmeil the second rcadinj'; of the Uill fiijr Rraniiii/ Hdflitbnal powers to the CoaiinisMonersappoiiyt-"" ted tocxaniiue into the Debts al the Nabob Arcot. A. I'crsdn Iroln the N.iiry OJlice presented certaiii Navy Acctvtiiits. �,   . A Mcssige from ihf Lnrtls iiiform'd the H>usc. fh-ittheit Lordships w.iulU sivMitders tor suininoniii}; eeriam Witnes-seiion tiieTrialot Lord-.vrclvilltS. Mr.: VANSITTAR f n�ov*il. that there be lai.l hef re tl* Hoiise, Accuiint iW" tha vajiie of .Tin-plates csijgrtevl for the last, ten years j and 3 so a watiety of other Accuunts ic-lating tij trports since i-Kjj.    ' ^. "Idie ItvsptfCbr General ot liiip'jrts and Kxporfs pretrntwl thfs*'** whieh w�i� �rder�U to be priiivui. TTic ^.i;C'^ttTAK.V at'.VA'R brought up rajjcrsconuir*-in; v f,if<  trKl '.�o-miiirow, /ii-)vc for wlditioiiil l^aper^.toi^Kitit;)', M^e ArmjF. ,Tlif SK-CKI/r.MtV at W Aft^obscrvert, iliat ha hddin htc liSri i ;i 1-ii? o'H'aiwrsnntitcrjubjrct, V'htiih heTiiitedr/oulil .b�-rUlF.'-i'i.t >;ive J be Hon,--CJeiUlema!'. -sat!.>!.'-JioK *te li'ron itKf.p.J for a Cipy of {.'-rrculiT l.rrttr, antlir!ip-m it ii^knc: of LoTi St. 'Vinccitt, He -viatoi, that though the prtpers now thpircd; for 4wer�; t^iti;faus,..yet th<^ -.i-are not voluinin tis^ aiid isXiey t%ere alt rrtjiy be pr scitftf, Ite b led the Hon. Genilentao. o�jpo.u!e to litui , . f :v!r. Jelfi'-yj;' *ouW.spe5ifyths-4-tine whciihesh&ahliieable t; fnrwifil hi.- motion in tiiis'.Sassion, �r even in tiie aext* lie uiu'.d nor, ihercf'rre iiainei.ny diitantday for his ntfltton. i.'jid H() W1-C !<. o.'jierve'f, tlut tiie i'apers were leatiy i';^;;        .Msituf. :.*'j:2i;" v.dlicSi wetc laiJxinT^ tj.;-d>-\ .Xdinir,-;! N-i.-'^ RICH.A. :.l /-.ro.vz'it  i �v\i;;cii; il.-; had f.'.ow K   I 'rvie--e[i to b: i-Tihted, ni i'ATO-uvF-iNDiADiRrcToiiV: ..Lord AKGHIB.ALD -iiAN-U'LTON* s;dd, thjr, lulofc Iv- pro?-:cd'-d. t3 the inoriiin of v/hicli.he hid given !Viiii.-t>, he hoped to be iiidu|ge"d in -making -si tiiw.'.pr..'i.im.!ti iry-;Gb.-.erya-ricRV  And first,- fie- hid to; ;>p:))o^.^i;-e (0 tlie Hou'C' for fnkir-g up a s-jbjjct t'lat it .,1 b^i-h r^iii>'|;.ii>hed by au Hjr,, MerAer, \ Jh'ts motioT, li(;-vev.:r, w^^is not t'oi tlicpurpose of bringing :iiiy char^'(-s a^-;,ir,.s: i\l ir^j'j.'is Weilr.'jlcyi. or wirh the d./'ign oi''tri;-' n it ; .;ind iintild T.h?y .tppca''- to rjc il! l' .iind-cd; ho -^/ccK* be rcicly .it -111 tiin-'s to retra^Tthom. .O.ie objoOt of Ms motion was, to enable the Housewo judge whut degree of v/cigbi the asiertion? of a Noble .Lor!, l.itc at ihehejd ofthe Ec'ard of Cuntrpn], re-� sp<'viiiig the air.iirs of India, wcrc ehcU'ed-to.  That j '�'ojic L. rd had a screed,f-;j.'nyfar toyz.trjthat ihja-f- ' fairs V i I.pd.ia were in a stateo|hi^!i pro.-=perity. But ti'.e  p.ipcr-� fur '.tliich he sh;i;Id niuvc, would sWew tSvt the cj-inion rf the Court ^-f Directors was dir;-ctly I!\e reverse.   Now either �!;e o.ie or the other of these opini;7ns luuit be erruntous, and Oiie of hi� ob'j :c:s was to cnaiile the Ho'jss to ascertain whicit  � was tiie ri^lit ore.   This he consiJered as a vory proper su'ijeet of delibLTatitm for rhe Ho'jse.   Tlie; dispatch tt tl^e Court of Dirccrors to the Gbvent-nieiit of Bengal, disapproving of the . hWve the batistataicm of tbhlikiin^ that � delivered Tesf^'^ctiB^irtie' q�di' itetwditf of thfe preicnt sj^5teirii>An' the gotern'jMivt of^^te^ sitnlltr tothdt*f''ife thA^^^^ tions which hi?:thoiJghtmight heajadfc to his Motiiui, and c'oncjuded with thoving,rT*?   

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