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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 19, 1806, London, Middlesex                                o - Price Cy^, UnderthePMfMiBgc toS;hra R6yaliiighnes? the pRXJfc�. ViOTOAl.IiiNG-QIi'*'IGB,.Mar�a-lB,.180G. . .------ leos-*reop?n'every aionoay,. ly,^ and � Ftrday, |is  Ca\j((, jjiights u^^ dthcip nii^Uttl tribraiyit'ariil {TLiuia^      .....------------- ,    Packt't JJoat 4ii�ettothese FlMj-i.sijdwvrt-jCoutinue W be msiac uu on tiic l5tTuCe Jqnth ^I fuiiher Notu c. ,    iByComin�i>J oftUefostmastrrfipr.ts'al. , Jra^Ui!3S�>J*?^My^-<^X%       commodious and convenient viThe C^lMrv.'TrtWfi''addri;s.ed-ta D. JO.' at'Mr; wuaraWiw' 'AttorlJev a� ta'flr, N^S. IG, f amv(*r� Inn, ilL^feWm �m(^�hhi4*oa4,tiotic ne^d apply hiit wher^ 'oi^fng desctipliiiit _    ,       nOGSIIKAD STAVES. Draclc-OantsMC, ^llarabto', -fatcUin, nad Quebec IMI'E Ai thf f(iiipe  V TkcCiMdilionsi vj tUo CoiUract, may 6c;>suii tilflii: SKtrttanJi. OJI'tc.!. - ,      .   , ,     .     - Ji. I^oTeitdi't'fi/ra k.i.^ quantity. Itian Vlftii Thcusani . ,       ^....... -Vpc Stnees^^ciii. be uiiinttted.  "    \    ' : �      . : �,Niyregar4il/itttill4had.tonny2'tmler.inr>ivJnrJLt}tei':ricf.ii!iall u^tlieiaierle^\in,toori!ittilengtft, or that iikttUftn*-:!ie. dr-ltcsred tikihclidardbeforapna o'clock w the sitid I'fiday, t/m rOj^diloo ttej.tj-'wr Mliu*.the'.per�m^/io wakty'UrrXtnder, or ^g}Heptjii^t\jjjlMitbilnflM�ff^J><^f lo.aumf.r.r kUji calkd fur. Mffi JCotOiHisikon.ors Jor ViauaUiitg His JSJu. iCSt Aon fTtllE Ch'fcmissJoners f&r Pavihg, Lightirig, ami I   Cleansing thcf Toivn-of Bnphtoni,, in the  ^^Ytll,E: ^ fiSW D�f �sp�bfiARed,�ci�y"prlnttd*irt One Voltime, Octa-. t�hhanengtav^4'.P�Ktri�ttQf;Uul*wlshjp,prtcolOs. Ud. aaa (SbftfttiCfc'account of the ,W lUtoholitet;otIrEKRY to iiouse of lfemyj|i >Yc^tpii|iS^j>IIall. between ttie itiVandtbeUthoOJay, 1X0�.  Towluchisprcfix- fHmiii'VFfnm poifjf ti* alciiara ctkw iMaiRiittR^ciiria a-compktolAccoant.ortlic VroiU>td. ^j^ljiimo^,r�lMive^g> j^^o.Chaisesoii.whiclvthc Impeachment was toun Jed. ' P(i6li?!h?!d'Kv* "LeiiAiniri, Httrstv 'R,:*.. -Ofljp�, >'o..5�.;liUilgatc-struft. rpHE CQK&J :Qf - DUtECTOKS give Notice, X ...thqt^ne Pli]jnof.Jhis InstitufiQu-is now fomt-ri, and Bobk^-HteopilimfrttWetVethe Sfcelaf-itionsof Propricttirs hir ftoAipictinjtHKnsr AttwKtpw* 'ilhe IVirtcCors .ire .ilso ?^!i{(jft.tQ-Mfi n>ni, Public at TKiiomnype aeslrwisto mak^ AsHirjnc<�? on' tli rvliCi^)^e^^leluKhthis G�ijnp�"''  ft�'rs to Jhe t lsr^e� i     ''.�'    ; value of.A=suranrci�n;J.iv?s, even ia,^iu!'it*i("s ^yher W� other blKetiUs lb l n^tow\i%ottt,qf.the:protit5�is.to be assiK'.ifd �cnei�i?itfthi�^Plrfn of*tbe'In^itdtl lc3th C'lmi- ..Thiit '^m ......, . .JL- Jfiii^i!Nadg do. herebij giue i^otccet-Ukftt:utt'yimviAy, dUilt/i u/. July a�/�,o;iJWonduy, l/iti 21� 0/ that.muttiii, and tihtton f/>j\ottr.ry that nn Thursday, tkalitth instant, at One o'CV >i:'.-, .t/iciit�i!i be fendif to tr^si.' i^ith inch prAionstis -may Dc )�:.';;?;..- la contrnifjursifu-pb'j!.: i*bXj3RSi4URr�Ji and KKJA HiiMl�. A thilJributiona,f-the-Hemp, mta -.i lornt of'the 'finder, nta')b':*icenatih>s,0>fice. . - TVo TendirKiltbiS rfVi'tx'i'd after �Ttif t:li''on lUe d,i:i of Tr.Mt'i, nor any. noticed, unlvsi the party, or c.n agent for J'lni atleml.-; .    / *m: aiiimai prclniiini to HifST;omp;iny;xnB greater w,ili be t4>*. a4Bfaataeeifbthen�Ami�uch erudi- . ton. /'J^lje author's rcpoinnjendntioiis and strte.lnres; are ac-eonipn'nied with suc!i.re!ifo;is and critical obsevvations as do hiin ijrcat cri-dit/'both as a Scholar and ClniBdnti Teacher,'' Anti-|!>c(il)in Keview,-. � " In the fir,it part of tins vfork areseveriil ju.'licioijj ()l).srr. v.itiojis: and ^Jie .second-pjrt eniiiner:iteii -the 'most Useful' inlioductory-booksirt every braitcli of JcBftwledge, remark*. i�)S 01 thcif resjijjctiAe luerttg, and c.intiouiog parei)1;!i �nd: iij.-1,ru(jtor.-i ifgan.st some tionks which .the author,, vipoii � just'jjroilitis; objects io. �'Amon;? th(!s? VeeomiTiended,v we' do not Observe .iny that avc cijnsid^r as o!yectionnble/V-- ,    , lJriti!.h Critic'. Printed fir Thoin-:s Reynolds, OA;fbfd.^strf"et, and s6ld by the book.v^llers in hxtovd, Canibridglfi'Edinburgh, Glas^ott'y niidd)ublin.     < ' '   ' IClXVViTHiUOupi.A'iL. rpiIEJCBtiAXJ) CIIOC()IjATK farnif.]rcs an A ;ili:Ti(�!frart' MediC!imcnt,wifIi properties emollient, pectoral, iind nufricious,n hicjj rentleritcmineijtly usetul,m-Oisrtrderj of the ChAt, C.-i^irritairCou^hs',. Asthmiis, IIoop,". ' it)grCjni!;Ii,Vi Ticnto.ffam�Sttndpju'tictilarfy4otho5o,w.lio possess .^ri�!tfc m�rfO'iSbe(^ibMy {jthpse \vho )i(J%cdcUc(itelu/n;s pi >t,hMe (ligesjion. has fteen ^njpmrcil.: TItisMedicnmi-Ahment wjH he Sw'KlofsoverJicrt'ctlicacy in the dcbllitiesiof agPv t>iqs6 arj�in,'c fnun exhaustiortii?n codsrijuc.'jco uf>p\-ccs>:ive}orpi^u. tr4c*eil bi.dil.v.CNpJ:tjon|L, orlrrilK'rl.T,rilie.s.j)f.iiivv,jiilnd, Mni rinWs in general AviU'jSiltereat advantage; from its ose \ Mong VoyageWa!'111=> t�ul�� V'Siiliit&ny to pcrsons*^^ 'SCBfyyv or.prwiispwedtP-�tir-A5matijt|^ers.Oivihn.v�Atried'to Imitate llu> l^vli'inA 0-iOcn'ate^ cnd have inipose�l on" th�j 'Public imperfect I'rcp'nrjiifionsi which 'iuit;�tii'v'.dliiiAt )pro- liO.USE OP LORDS,-WunSftsoAY,- Junk. 18.      '� Lord CrftANARo took tlieOaths andhbScat.-Tire' West IntUa, Auditors- jVccouni Piill v/as brought-up fx>om the Coimnons, and read a lirst tlino," . � !  , . The SoJdier,?' Allowtlnce Bill was |rcatl a third tiinn and pas,sal. -Thii'Ilo'jac then v,'cnt intr) a Committee of Pri-vilejjt'S, a�d stningcrs-were of course ordered tO' withdraw.  On retuTuing below the ,]Bar, we foirtid! f?COTCH JUlJlCa.'WTf'T..) Lord Gl^NVlLLE upoahiiicjjs, morvvng the Order, of thr. -D^y for the House to resolve ViSt-ll into a. Committee, to whojn ]ic wished to refer a; mnnber ef resolutions respecting cert?.'m altera-tiona, which-it appeared necessary siiouUl be nindc in the; presctit form and mode of proceeding iiv the Courts of ScoHand.   His Lordship said, that ha was fully aware Jiow arrttious. wa? tl^ef task he had. Uttdsrtakcu: heliild Iweil ediicatcd to the Eagiibh Bar, and.though he cduld not jirefertd 'to uuy.minute, knowledge of the Scotch Law, yet his sense , of the value of the J'^nglish Lawj- anc* lih desire- tc extend its benefits in soraedegrce to that part of the United ICingdoui j imposed apijblicdtity upon hi:n^ fromthe peform-irpco of whiql^he would not rthnnk. He should cRdeavour, therefore, to acquit himself of it*to the utmost of his humble abilifie.s, wijlung; ti'wTit i� any obsorvatfomj he hat!- to make, he^should not be'supposcd to rpdect inthe Lvist upon any of t'fte ruspectitbhj diaiacters who. rimv ^residwl in tlN)se Churls.   The Jmolivxjs which impelled him to ..come forward with any proposition of tnts natnre aro.so tromiieces.sity; it w-as impos.sibie that the-ljusmoss of\ appeals whicii every day a^fcumii-lateiV before their .Lordships, and w'higlrmust still accumulate to a murli irrwiierdegree, from a variety of causes, injist either render' that House of no avail in sndi cases, and Ullow a heavy burtlicn to press ever y d.ay more oppressively upon the shouldi'rs of their sdlow siibjects-;.  Under th'Jt impre-ssioi}, he.shouta proposu a number of resolutions, tiio^ � chief"obiects ol v.hich we )qotlaud, and ol dividing thac CoVrt, and that uiinibcr of Judste's' into: three Chambers, amnrig whom '* tch, Jtivi prevent delay, the great obj�ct'ofl be resolutions he should move. IIi� ne.Kt object wjjLS, to make a.,]3.roper distribution of causes among tlie thieo Courts, in %vhjch ho 'Should J'ollow the^5)^actice of this country, v/hich experience had'Saactiorted, and which vyould bring into action; between these dillerent Courts a spring of emulation from which the most salutary effects might be eipcctetU   He should now-propose that it'bein thepower of tlio parties concerned to brioit their case before any of the tiiVeo courts or-cliiiniberSy and ev*n before the Lord Ordinary, before whom it v,-as regularly to have been brought before^ whamight'be'supposed to be best acquainted wtlh it^ merits or demerit.'^.: Bii.t bis mam ob;^cet was to introduce the Ti'i;il by Jury iu tlie adniiu!*-' trahon of ciril justice, and here it Avas proposed to leave it at tlie option of the parfies to call for a trial i)y that processi, whenever (hey should uee:n it expedient; and sliould prejudice and eld habits so lar prevad with other jiartics as to induce them to reiiH^t such a mode of triaf, it siiouUl be in the jiower of either of the chambers to supersede sueh objection. Iliis mode should be resorted to in cases of jncre aver-tnert* of facts, or where denial made of any- or a,il of the.focts.   It was likewise proposed that'iihe�i should be a Court of Revision, to whom apjf)eals might be made from the other Courts.    Tha: CoArt might be composed of the ten or' ftiwer of the Judges of the jpthor chambers before whicli the caiKxc had been tried.' To the same Court of lievi-: iiort all the inferior Courts .were to Jippeal.   From this Court alo.iS'could there be any app^oal to the '"Mouse ofjj'jrdsi,. to whom no appeal was to be aU iiKved'from the Interlocutory Courts.  There Avera -al8D many other abuses which it was urgent to re-dj^ss.   The.?e -arose in'agreat'meftsute from what was callflfl the Bill Chamber, where it was first to afiCerliitSriieti Avhethdr a csiuso could be brougiit �bbfo're the hightSr' Courts - or not.   By ibis Court 'hb progi'c;>s waa made in .any 'business,  Uiough �miufth expencc was incurred.' ARother incon-�^venienoe a'^ad heavy exptnce arose from the practice of making it necessary to have extracts, or rather 'copies of the whole of the prbceedings bf any Court �where a cause had been tried, before the same 'cansb' could be iicard by an ap{)\jalNto iRuotlier 'Gotirt.   It was now projiosedi that it^hould bo ''*srifficicnt toTtave such.'ine.vtfect'only as should state sthfe niiture of th(S cause^ the Wmtjs bf the- Cpunsel, '%rtd' the decision of the- C ti.MU advening; to.tbe cojtflar.f.ai^cidffvt&that ofcir m co.ijcquence of the improper nuinbi-r of pt^non-f cod--v:'^-il dtt'ihe.oOBtsidtr �i coachiif,' and it�l�ng a wrcuittrtancft of two peR(��? fcsHij:k�lle.A.a fewiday* ago by the>bBealt.ing down of aco^cl>,Tn'Jve* tor.fe�vc:io bTin^ ids.Bill toaiacDd-thff jOth of thfc'i^l.vGVce'nnioalycallcd Mr. tr.iM-Ho.v?*Act, to i>Tw.ve�rt;tJ�'cttW5rog.of �nort<^�JW^.^iimitcdflumlktof per-s{�ns; .Old f .J tiie/fi'fier .rejrukidiig. th-e cofld^Ct �f-4^ whlcn moluiu wasap-oed'to.  -,     . �, � .. Mr..V A:.sltlAiiTpa-<-enottce,that'tlicArir.y Extrao*-d,n:irie*.';hpuUl bemovcd.in the GocKiutteeof hvppbjrou-Fri-i jiia-/ iK'vt. ,     .     .�� �   .    .    -.  �  � '. j hi-Jriiih.I'ost JloadsJlill, on themolien of :rfr. Foster� wa-. p-i-.^eti* and ordered to iheI.oni.  1-. observci, that it was in tht.rc<�Ur<;-tlon of tJrc llouji- Ihnt 40,0M.'. had treen.votcd for the p.ay- r.Knt of t:i V.r for issunig tiic stim ai. -W^irM.' ItK. to linrl^ii'a-Tj�Ani aim tne JUishup of l-iNioi.N.l-^s�:CUtot3 ofjtiie l:tte Jliicht lien. AVlJ.i.lAi} i'lTT, >i5r the p.ivuierit ut bis debU; which tnorien was .-.econdcd by Lurd :>LvftKUAii, arj agrevd to. ,   MARQUIS WELI>ESLEV,      -On-the motion of L-jrd'Jpl)MPL^^ the order of the day for taking mto :_qt>nsideration the Cliar^e -against the Manpus Wclieslcy havin.*'been, read. Air. PAUL moved that the charge be n.y, . taken into consideration. Mr. f^ANK.K,S, in risi.T:g to wopose th subject should be dismissed- tt?Ttiri;jy..from tl.. coi-sKtoration 01 the House, ami in t;ndcavo'a;ing. t.> persuade the House to concur with hun in opiiuoa, appjit4-:!lie:ided that that no more could be expected fruin hmr than'to shew that the course proposed by tha Hun. Cyentleinan,   tended\to bring the ciijarge against Aiarqvis sV'elL'siey, before ."^ triba-nal whicIi could not do justice tG\ and to fullo-.v a preCL'deat which all must lament over existed.   T.-:*! Lpgii;lature, consciotis of the iiubilit)- of the t-.vo Hous'.-s of Parliament 10-discharge .simdar duties ef those which the Hon. Gentiein'-in now wished to , impose on-them, had Ci.pacul!y providct\ a mode of trial f jr ofleucas coinuutted-.m Imba. lu- allvart-iii^t to the great inquisitorial powers of Parliaiuent, he begged to be understood to speak oftheia Mifh the utniost respect and veneration.   Froiiv thee powers the most .salutary consequcnc;>5Jiadffejniciit-ly resulted; an-J had it not bei.'n for thein, wesiv^ulii not at this moment epijoy oar hbciries and the security which we pcsssssed. of tijusr continuance. ilattW^vas WfU as-cTCi^T Olh�r right and prLroga-tive Qfl'arliainent, ought, tojl)e subject to �ouud^ discretion.   Tiiere .were .f th'jre. was a case peculiarly unlit fo.- such nrocecding?;. it was tlvat cc:iiplex case that wasnow ttie subj'jrt of Lis olwervations ; a c:i?e aaal.sgaus to fhat ot :ii-r: jiaslings,:   I r he contL'n-a.'tvl!i;^t tSuvcJiarge t-n ihe table ot the House was not i..'~5co-'.ip!ic;iti;ct; t!iat i;-re;!ed onnosnuiiiera-va-dcty   circ.irnitaiic-s ; t;:r.t, 11.djpeuded on uo smaller a r.'.a:--s ot I'.'-idonce thart tiia: in v/hich the mode of ici.;:t^achmciu liad h^-cw resorted to with so little credit either to i'i?rli:?meat or the Country.   It comprised the ti-ansaf--vi-.jns hv Oudc foB forty years.-   k-coiupnsca the whole polvtical, linanciul. and comnu-rcial relation.*, AVhich th-at large province bore to- omr h'/dirtu Ein*mre. It. comprised a niinnio e.\ainjnatiGn ot (ne who;.^' .id-iiuaistratran of I'.iatvvns    dik-sley for live yea"' as connected with that imporuvnt province.    iivd Honourable trentleman who bt^^v^tt forward the c.'iarge, liad stated, that Pviarquis \Vel!ejlay set out vvith a fished design of subverting tne gjvernmnit of the ind�pe.ndent Nabob of that coiintrv, con--trary to all th� e.r.isti!!g. treaties between km and the British Government, and contrary to all the' gnarantec.'! by which the fuJiiL-nent of tiiose treaties had bt'eii secured.   That the Noble Marquis iiad pe:s.'vercd rfk'nia!-e.^ting that Prince., cnd^mfring-mg his rights j and tkit when after having^ bv his croked policy, forced from'the Nabob the surrciHler of half His territory, he hod-, by exactioft and Ofpression, driven fliaiiy. of Oie Lvud'holders to resistance to his. assumed -power ; he had n^.'jorted to war Aud violence, as the means of supprossir.g the sensation that his eooduct had created.   Ho w^vjld ask whether, in a question which embraced snch a raricty .of comj)lex matter, on w-Hich such volumi-nonsAvritten teHtijnonyltad becirproduced, ifjhd on' which much orAl evidence (which- it was indisp'en- 'btjentricd:* and 4t was liKcwhe proposed, that in I stWe'to hear) wa.9 in w-aif.ng.,ke would ask whether ^a'^esofippesl to the eontt of Revision, the cause ;sKdnUt be cphdacttfd by.writtcrt -docum�!nts, OS IS �the practice here before'the House of Lonls. S^ii'jnc rcgvllatiaBs were il�o inteudei for tlw allocation of Uvingsm the J>.irkS.and for tlw commis-Ston of-teehs or tithes. I These'should be referred to ihe Barons of Oi* Kxchtiqaer in some cases, in otlier.s to the Cotiet of - Sessions^ Is'iicK' wjire, the principalobittcts WliyvW^ in View; Ho%hou|a *f merely rnorei'that ^l^ejf ^ba ^iiSed to bytheGomtnU^W; andti^^^ on sucli a question, it wovisd not jije much better, instead of proceeding-anyfiuihcF, for the House to say," We see that it is a subject Thiehwc �r;> unfit to deal with, or tngive any opiinoi's c-n wiiati-io-eter J" With^ regUrd to the tribunal uy w.nclty tke j^Ion. Gentlem-au was desirous of trytrji^ thc^;;" cbargie.�s, slyould the House tlwnk them -wortiiv t/ bep�eferrcd,4f that tribimal was liotal^fays fini/ to^ cotivict.guilt, l>y the delays occasioned in k/ .>vas mbniUy wrttfin to punisli innooBnc& 0: the liSseofiMr. Wasting^ was> strong proof,. tocy shoidd Ue ordcse 1iO'be nriivteiljHnil to b� : ^^^^ of seven years,' att�Ms�l wi   

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