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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 10, 1809, London, Middlesex                                i � SATURDAY. JUJVE 10, PRICE SIXPExNTCE-ltALFPEN N Y. li'iiieii or Gemlcm'"n for the i'ublic 2�:b'iol5 or thr: Untvor.-ities. A� his atoc'sions will call liim lo UawsKate or, Uiitlvion io the co^^se ..f the ensniiig uraxiii, he will he hapii'y to attend occJisionally in anv family going to either of ili-ise places.-i^lttrs nililressed io'K. B. at Mr. Priusle's, tjpliotdcr, Wardeur-strcet, Ox- .Mireft-Utelyop�..ijJ,iinibeGreat Circle, a &ibeT05V*.-, PORT, and FORTIFrCATIONS ,, ^ , Kr. taken from the Pifer. llie Vie>v of Co�en- forH"r..V . ii'. 'i'".^'"                 " jJSies oj.ep. Admittance ohe^liming to eucl./ ^ f-'rd-r.'ad. ,v.i| I,.-d..lv atfn.l.-dto. il4ERSQUAHh% ht" np^^^^ ^ ^ understand .h= F...,cU an.l Eng ,jifft^iiiNinco'-clocI' iiitlttBwruinf ijuiil.Du.k. Ad- fi> a N/ilivc �)f France wanted as above. .   ADMIRALTY-OFFICE, May 3\ :809, NOTICE is hereby given, thai a Sesiioji oj Oyer , and Ttnmntr nnd Guol IJaUvtrit. fur lUe T.inl of Of-fences committul on the Hi^h Seas, uitAin Ih' juritdicttan o/ � thr yidinirallif vfEitgUml. will be held at JmlJrc tiall, in the OKI Uaitey, L�ndoii, on FaiuAV, the 2Jd of Juue ', nett.at Right o'clock in the Murmm;.   W. W. POLK. : VICTOALLING-OKFICE, May li, 1809. English grammatically, ! and have a kho��leii(fe "f Scluwil lJusiness.-Apply to Mrs. ' Saii�, thrci�rii.rof KiniJ-rlrect, llolbom, immediaiely-Al- IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. Country ;  she wfio is  thorouelii business of PRIZK and NAVY will be required, and a .Apply by letter, addrrssed lo _______________.______     ^Bwii�?� J'VaothaJV PandeHn' MliwlriHU in c'�s�uiue.- of Ihe U.M'l'LE of the DANCTBE, IftttiWW the posilpnis of the Austrian and Frf nrh �iiollolin*igf'"f"l� "f *'ay21 ahd 29. will be Riven i WJiiiKLY MF^>JKN. at the,sainc time hess .,_T,J..lier ^emijne liafence of Anchovies; which, _,. �Mri6ly of h�h Sancw iiiid tieklts, liiay be had, ^aS^Otall sizes,'for famtiv u^e ^d ex poriation. m      ' ^-- [�(iorcb. Hauts.-t. HUM BY beR.� leave ta return his MBfre thanks to'the NdWIllv, G6�try, and Iravellcr.', '/i^hU uXl'an^sfabUt.. hes^.all be enabled to ^ ^-^^^^.^^f^Z o,,, MONEV �o LEiVD.-^A Geritleman ha�in? 15,0.1iK, to lay out in fu"�s of 9tX)*. fronyhat lo *)0/. or l(KK)/. orthe.Kholu lu b,-Iniil out in Annuities on Eree-Jiold, Copyhold, or Lpa=!':.i!'i l^'ropt^rty, Mdney in the Funds, 'C'IcrKvniens' JAv'wt^, ;M;.iriii�c Settlement^, \Vidow�' Join-tur�s,"Grnntr from the Cviasi, or nn �ond Perfonal Security, redeenial>le at (ilvajurc-, by adilre->iiig aline (post paid) to be left at tin? ' ct:ivo, price 13s. in hoards, �i:"tf/";i\IK.NXS OF ART, a Poem on Piintin;;, �S.J in i.ix Cnntos: with' Nol.s and a I'refacc, inflartin^ Striclunaon the Stirte of the Arts, Criticism, Painjoagc, and Public 'V:ifle. ijy martin archer SIIEE, r. a. Printed for Uillinni Miller, A!l)cmarle-s(rcct.-Of whom may bo had by the >uine Aothor, Rhymes on Art; or the Remonstrance, of a Pa-nler. in 'I'wo Parts; with l^ioies.- Third l-'.diii'ni, price /s. iw hoards.__ This "(lay is- published, in Two Vol?. r�yal 4to. price four jsuinea'sand a hnlt, extra boards; or tlie same Work in One Vol. royal Hvo. price     Is. in boards, rp.lIE COSTtlMK OF THK AiNCIEIVTi.- Ji 1^ THOMAS HOPE. This AVork-consists of Two Hundred Engraving.: in Outline, with some llefatory .M.itier. Printed for Willium Miil'-r, Alhemarlc-strect. PRAt'J'l.; Al. PERSPECTIVE; ISeiv Edition. Thi>i day i  may be ry hrinch of Oinni.:g. \etv i!!>;id-5treet, Cornerof Brn(ik-street. Tlii-day was p'llilislrtjd, prie.'.^s. ^IIK JlIGliTS of the SO VKUKIGNTV VIN- DVCATF^D; with parlirular Refrrenre to the PohV tiril D'iCtf ines of the Edinhiir;jh Review, and of other i>e-rindie.il pBblication-.-By JOUS PER5; TlN'NEY, E>q. iHuidon: printed f'lr C. and R. Raldtvin, .Neiv Brid;:e-Ftreet; and for Brodif .iiid C". S.ili'liurv. Whcie may he had. just publislied, price Is.j'd.-A b-iterfo Lord Vi^count Folkestone, M. 1'. by one of hisCoDsiituenfs. ! � Thisdav i' l�,UBST.ANCE ivf i . "wnrranti?d iii t�.fabriciand to be bleach- �illIB gfn,-s, and ilie rnone^.returned if a fault appeal^. SWso.pxecotccl with uuiiciu^it^.-Cash for Bank of J re- -SijlMl . wraHmimilons of theirtstabl/Vhment being lately put � yltwttoiwHrethat theicoply bouse io Lojtdou'is, Iv'o. Ibuuih^ide) JjJoomshory-^qdare.    " V-'/''' ' . ' J'trgRJtEyv.A 'iiekliold;Copyboldi 4a4 liMtoehoId Estatts, on tt|t\ir�iiidhi!ni>ant|9$p'iermi. Aaa Mtftit. l.nc.-u^nd ije t^toaeltct to tr&)idi(te^cfy nrgociati n vr�iB 15e peaetoaU^BnAdb^tch^ ftnd^ot.qti^T tbc . fjmjll^ fj4�>rUopat� de�and� and charges �Htne^Bn^ iadSnfl ItttoonsyDegoii.-jtiom irin -Jfltetli^appiy�'��iW' Was and Co. at 'MKCJ[4m$^re*t^ at.4ap�wt�qifare^ either j>ers"�, 'WtaWt^Y^Brt^ljj,;^, j^. T^o^eari potchaie will w. miGnfm ORIGINAL �or CpLO _ with' pure clean sea bithintti'ii'kThe- ^r�piA�tors >or> inse .liath* have rtJsjSuiepJftAerBfttjeU Batbiiaud innjak-'iinM�y*ii*S*J'tt'6rdrf'l(� renaerewypoisi. ldihitr>to:tf)Mc^P>'hli(x;wha t)iey bop^ wilr imigdehAl toatWa �athsi�H�vs�wwer ! ^ idrewtatTniomvtMljol.au.n a.fire; thev are replete *ith ll^^'(W^ii(h�,�e.'^ on the lU* ekW j�|Jti^pifW of ^ht; sett jidescope.-NewfpapCTs ittdeUtate, jittniUoo, .yibt depended on. -. WWWjcirowM,-,----. ^ me, ^ rOl-----. i�;iut<(rtteei)t ____. ..Jclitfap.el�gaace, itf Ift.wljicJ),, race, Re baa H'^tm-tSt G�^i simtior to accoifflBoaafe the �Jr"Ridtbi*'*^ �ib.llcttifvlit..' > ing lo the Treaty of Tilsit; shewing the ncquisitiom of France nud Russia, bountlaries of the Confederation of the RlHne, thi- Kingdom of lt urgeon, principal Proprietor,and Editor of the two first Volume of the London iViedic-il-a/id Surgical Spectator, and late  6d. bound, ,.a new Edition of npiIE ^OYAL.KALENDAR, and. Conrl arid JL ^City Register, carefully corrected to-thrpreiSent time. Printed for StWkdales, Hntchard, Bvfieldj. J}o�Kcr. Co.^ dell an4 Oasiiei, lHarch� Longnftin apd'C-o, Wilkie aad Robinson,, Sh^rnwf((, Aeeley, and Jones, Sciitchard and Go. ' kjthardsongf BTaiflc, Parry,'and. Kirigsbnir^.'&c.'&c.- � . , thisdaylsBiibrisited. jiricfr Is.'6d;ti^t1y boilrid;:   T---y 1 ^ INillODLfCTroW to th* EPKSTOLARX- .im. SfYlit; of    FRENCH ;)��raSeJectibbi3|^FwUij�r,, ^'" "   "   "    "SqhooJf; with FMrwiiim^'Siirrj/.i'AathoV. of rheor* 'aai) Firacticeor the iF�aeh Lai>gMagei'?,a�dfewra| otbc^Schoo iioiiin.. � ^J..C/?.Lc�tiwso{tt^'iflfedrsreiiiG;i rdcefct^ et'ae> rtisdbhJfttufns y jBrteiet si Mns^itefcisunfd'imetd'iijtriHi ini�te,-q�e.le�r Ipetare m}ip#u| ftlr?,jCQe- tr��w�iJ6 mx leunei ;per�mc^ et a^Ojfih tm iemonde.'^-Ma^aiire LB^MJrtB&e I ' Sob'tliaiibpton r PriUe^ and tali {tw Baker jm^ Fief ciuv.^' :Seii'ji�b.*ii Eftrfllsvot^ by J. hliclJofc ; and in London, by C.' ; Law,, Ave Bilaria-lane.; imd l/mgniao, tia'iit,"R�r,'mid 1,1/ .1 A'nvi, h'o hereby give Notii-e, that on TuesJay, 3Wi n/June ntjr/, thcif aiU be raad,/ lo receive Tenders tn nr^ling, (aealed up) ami trtat for Four Hundred Chal-''o'V,'!T"*" cr half in six tcerks {iperKunlii, Kiiiil and crather permitting, alungfide the \Vi>'tef of Hit Ma^sltji VicluaUin^ Premi-es Plymouib and S.>ut h'lmptou ; lo he paid for 6^ Jiills 'KiijaiU, with interest, uiaetif dans after dale. The fvnditSiim of the Contract, tnay be seen al the Sscre-lari/'s Ol}ice. ifo refiaril will he had to �By Tender in tthich the pria ^I'^'Mf h i'�fJfJt*'tJ^^t^ Mi^ngpi. ofthntihaUnothe �Mt^rtrnt timet 'Otmi o'C/oc* gnjbe sotH TSesaati tte IStA 0/ Joait hex/, mirontei t//e I'enuii te/io Tnakts the Tender, or some Person on his behalf, alttnds i> ansntrvhen called for. rVICTUALLING-OFFICE, June r.. IBl-!) JIE CommissioHcfs far ficiuallintc His Ma. iesty's '-Nary do hereby givt N,otice, that on FrlJai, the  KCh instant, they wilt be reniy to re f enc month, {"to Ms M(ijr''^lfs'y'ictuaUing .�ilores at [)epl-I ford; and to bepnid Jur by Utlls, ptiyub.t,xnlh Jnteral, niiely da-" afer dale. N. B. No Tender for a quantity than Ten Thousand Gallons of Rum will be admitted. The Cond-iions of thn Contracts may be seen at the Secretary's OJjicf. A o regard trj'H be bed to any Tender in nhich :!'e price shi II not be inserttdin uprds at length, fir that shiili not /.'r lieH-c' -�rf lo the t:0f.rd hefare One � Cmck on ti't sr.id Iri-diiy, the IfiJft instont, nor inUss (he i er>. � jr/o ,: nKe tilt Ttr.dir, or son e Person on his bthaij, aitinds, to nr.->ir  of Mea-do;v, Pasiare,.iiid Arable Lanil, called lVim�erii I'awr, >i-tiiate in l.'armarlhenshire. South Waies, wiiliin leei' llian two miles of the niarkettuwn "( Ne\vea�tle laiil>n. and eij^lit miles of the town and pitrl of Caedijraii. The turnpike minis fo ejicli of those Towns nearly adjoiu llie Farm. It is iia-comnionly well watered, and the soi! well aJ.ififed for liie Norfolk sytiem of agriculture. Apply for pariitulurs 10 Mr. Heynon, Solicitor, Ne�ca?rtc. Emiyn afwresaid ; .Mr. .iante-s Thomas; or Mr. W.'Usoii,Surveyor, ui ilaverfiJrdwesi. A Mav� of (he Premises is left also at the Chambers of Mesji. Jenkins, James, and ,'\bl)iKf, No. 8. New Ihh, London.-N. B. A Lea-ie will Ijejjranted to a responsible tenanl. fTt'trhTiTEt, or SOLD, (in Fee) the GRAN!) JL liOTELaed ASSB.MBLV UO;).�>. no.v UoiMno- at Cllfttm, ner.r Brislal, , mpri3iiig a snprih .lali-rooiii, (ea .ind card-rooms, coTTrc-rooiu, nuiv.eii.ni i'raw i�ir-ro(im-, Jiniiig-rooms, sitting-rnnnis, bed-rooois. attic.-, aiid ev.rv accommodation for an Hotel and I'liblir Rooms, upon liie most exfmsivi .-calc ; with capital arc.bed eellar rietor v. ill C"^h the liuil'.iinK io a sbort tiim-, and make .-ucu alieraiions in l!ie pl.an, according to the taste of the tenant, as may be agreed on. � In case an approved purchaser should o(r,-r, the proprietor wilUi�ivc no objection to let thp whole, or great4-st part, of the purchase-money rema-.non moriga^e o; the preirosi-s, and will advance, upon goad security, asulhciel.t 3um to complete the building. Tills opportunity is well worth the attention nf a person accustomed to the public line, and who has rhe meat:*of conducting with spirit, in one of the most f.ishionable and frc qnemed places of r.'-ort, (tchicii Cli.'ton isalloticd !) bc).an Hotel and .Public Rooms, of the most ele^junf and extensive description. .Note.-No persons need nj�i>ly but (hose of known re!.j-ec-tabili'y and property. Forparfieulars, and to see the plans and elevations, aed to treat,application may bo ni.ide (if by letter, postpaid) to Iflr. Coul.-!on, Solicitor, Bristol; or to'Mr. Tliouias Evans, Solicitiir, Hatlon-Garden, London. >ARlv.-^UiMti Forest, Uloucster^hire.-To l)c SOLDby AUCTIO.V, by Order of the Hi-ht'Uon. Lord GLKSDEnvii:, Surveyor" General of his Aiajesty's Woods, ForyCSts, &c. at the Bear Jiin, in Newnham, on TnunsD.tv, the 15th day of June, between the hoori o!" twelve and two, in fourteen Lots, the BARIvof large OAK Tl.M BER 'I"REES, felled in Dean Korest for the H?e of !iis .Majesty's Navy, and f.r Sale.-For furtlier parfmlars apply to 'the'Ollicc "of Woods, &c. opposiie the Pay-Olllre, WliiteJiall, London J or to Mr. Kdwani Davies, of i^aslbarh CoitVt; ne.ir Oleford, in th� County of (Jloitrester, Deputy Survej or"of the said Forc.-t, � ho u ill direct the Bark to be phewn to .-'Ueh person or persons as may be desirous of viewing the >i\me._ [Y AUCTION, by Mr. ALDKlD(iE, at bis Repository, io St. fliartin's-laiie, on Wi:o>i:sn.w ne.x't. Jnile 14, at 12 o'clook, about twelve fine BROOD MARES with Colts at tbi-ir feet: also, several very fine two, three, and four.>ear old Cults, which are aurulateil for hunters, roadrlers, &c. the property of the breeder. Catalojue'' may be bad of Mr. Aldridge the day jirior lo the sale, when the wl.oie may be viewed. _ PRIZE S.\LE^ at Faltnouth.-On 1 jiuhsd.v v, tiu- l.^ih June in-'t. by eleven o'clock in the forenoon, Wyim's lIoJcl, Falmouth, THE good French Briij V E.'^US :-Dimcn -sitjnsi Length, 65 feet; Breadth, 17 feet, 11 inches; Depthi^ y feet. 2 inches: and .Adniea-ures 80 lj,-9-(ths tons; ii:5.irp,ngh!ir'ds"nie little Vessel, sails fast, takes the ground well, aiid is tvell a.laptcd for tlie fruit or coasting trade, cap-tui^d bij her voyage from Bourdi-aux to Xan:z,by bis M.ijes-ty's Schooner Arro^v, Lieut. Richard Hawkes, Comm.md.'r, and covdeinncd as lawful Prize. Jmracdtntdv after .which will be Sold her ^ARGO. con-sisfingiof 273 l>hd*.saperior ClitrcX, 4 Barrels of Turpentine, U Barels of Pitch, 10 Ditto of Rosin. .Samples of the Claret in.ay be seen by tipplying at the Office of James Syke.-, Esq. 22, Arundel-stwet, Straiid, Londtrn. \After the Sale of the Venus, will he Sold the. good Schooner L'ARMIWE. Dimca�ioBS.--Length, feel; breadtfi', 21 feet4ir!chi?s; depth. ^ feet II inches; and ad-iwhsilrei W& 4-94�h tolH. j.A.'ietmitk.-ibljj' tine .strong biult vessel; sails fu-�f, lakes tbe^rnjtnd ^vell. Is welltouiid in *iiire$, .-apttiredon her,�byaj^c fnim Caen to Guadaloiipe, by KWSltije fn,indet,.and;Cond�mped as lavrful prize.. , AftPT.whichyrill hpWd,.her CARGO t'cnns'istingof 370 barreliof Flour,l4,(�9ni�,l200.firickj. obe Pipeof Port Wttii'/12ftarrols*faForfc, 46 tiercesof Irish AJcs? Beef, 19 baodlesiof Hoojmi^&f^rreUof lied Heicrings, 14 coils of new CofTl0Ke,J5Q empty Bags,44 rmptjr Bttrrcli, 'icrates of Glass, S lidgrtMids Rtrd ^Vtor, fi ditto Cyder, 10 badu of Ship �refttMtaid'7 kegiof-Bnuer.. . ./ . , - itnmediately after .^iU. goW. about 20 tuns Bid French White Wltie, p8rtorthtc�p�rforihfigallitrt'lfis, condemned in'PFiW to his M�jMfylMi�p> HaHiijtrinvUeBt P.. C. A8ttridter,-.(>oa�nai)a^ivMl2�:ti�ne ^RTing.been some time since siTid byjiuption, btit n.rt,j^enAWBV or paid"by the pur-diaJwrfJ-^For *liB�(i�iglW� VWBflt'hnd Ch^jfoei, Intcntorif*, iinid further Part'iCBlai�,amIy to Lai.asd 5alii. Hiogstos, HOUSE OF LORi/s, FKin.*y, Junk 9. Counsel wereagaiu heard in the Appeal, Fraock r. Fraack. A further hearing on Tuesday next. Several Bills were brought up from the Commons, among others, the Prize Vlonex Hill, nnd read a first time. Tlie Sale of Offices HiH was reported, auJ ..i.lered lo be read a third time. The other Bills on the table were forwarded in their respective stages, and the House a-'josracd. HOUSE qT~COMMO Mr. WHARTON brought op the report of the Afrirr.a CoQee Duty Bill, which, with its aincndnient*, was orilereri to bcensroised, and read a third time to-morrow. .Mr. HUSKISSON moved the Order of the Day, and.it;. cnrdingly the Consolidated Fund Bill weot through a Coul-mittee ; and on a inotion lor admttinga clau--e of appropriation it Was received, and the report ordered to be received lo-raorrow. A Mes-.ige from the Lord, signiSed their Lordships'a?5cnt t.> iJic Scotch Militia Families, Exchequer Bills, Irish Spirit, Irish Customs Dutv, Excise liegalaliun, Irish Poit ilo vement, and Local .Militia Pay Bills, without any anirudnients-Their Lord-^htps also requested �he Concurrence "f the hoB� with It Bill, KliicB rbfcir Lbrtships had passed to prevent nialiciOBS t'ruelly .to nnim.als. Tiiis Bill was read a first time, and orden^l for a second reiuiing oa' Mondav next. Mr. SlMiiON gave notice, that on Monday next be would move for a copy of the appointments of t'he Master iaChamery, .nnd an acconnt of the sums of money which, by virtue of their offices, they had drtiwn from the publiti pur.-e. Lponthe motion of Mr. WILBERFORCE, the further consideration of tlie report on the Charitable DJn.alion Bill wa-deferred till Monday next. The Scotch Judicaiure Bill was read a second time, and ordered lo he committed on Mondav. Mr. HORNER gave notice, that on Tuesday he would m.�ve fe.r lejivc to bring in a Bill for tberelief of sailors at the Scotch Quarter Sr.ssioiis. The Irish Royal ICschange Assurance Company Bill wa."! read a third liinc, and p:issedv The Embesem^iU Bill, oft the motion of Sir 1. NEWPORT, went through a Committee. The Report was re-reived, and ordered to lie taken into further coiisideration tnis day three months. IRISH REVENUE. Mr. FOSTER having moved the Order of the Day for the third reailing of the Iriah PuVense Ri-3iilatioR Bill, Sir .L NEWPORT rose, in this stage of Ibe Bill, lo protest against a clause in the sequel of this Bill, which weni l.* the e.ttent of protecting; all odicers in the deparfincnt in t^:e Inland ^Ctcise from the penalties of tiie act of J806'. 'i'he iloit. iiaroni't str�ngl_v deprecateil siirh a claHSi-, as it would in fact make the Bill a Bill of Amn.sfy f"r the conuivatice of Revenue Ollicors with the Distillers, whereby from the Report of the Commis-si(;ner.� it appeared the Revenue had sufi"cred a de.< falcatjon of R50,00C/^ It wa.? moiisfrtjus to punish the paristus where collusire seizures had been made, aiid protect the Officers who connived at them. He could not assent to stich a clause, and moved (hat (he Bill be read a thi:d time (his day three months. The CHANCELLOR of thn EXCIIFQUER ' thought (he Hon. ',ironethad in thirf motion goiie even beyond his own wishes.   The Bill may now be read a third time, tsnd ihe clause be (akcn hito consideration afterwards. Sir J. NEWrORT said, he trss led'into th^ adoption of his amendment as he thought he pos* sesscd do oihrr altiirnativc ^ ;he wouid however assent to (he suggestion of-the Right Hon. Gentleman. The Bill was accordingly road a third (Ime, and upon the consi^lcration of the clause alluded to^ ^ - Mr. FOS TER stated, as on a former evening, the impossibility of the RefrcnUe Officers snbsist-ing on their salaries alone, and that the practice (?f' receiving douceurs from the Distillers, was of lonj?' and alloweii duration ; he did not consider, that after the confession of such practices upon the augmentation of their salaries, the threat of pc* nalties should be kept impending over them. Mr.nORNERsatd,this was thesecond siatement nf a doctrine which for the first time had. been broached in that House by the Right Hon. Gentleman. He was convinced that snrV a claHse would be a disgrace to the statute books of (he country. Mr. FOSTER explained. Mr. BANKES denied that it eould be fit fo employ in a confidential discharge of ofRce, per. sons who ought lo be the objects of punishment for the ofTences (hey had committed. We waiited not here an act of amnrtty, but of c-xampb-, and if none others could be found to assume those duties, w� should eveo casually come to entrust them (0 per-sons, however ifTdorant (hey ma;- be, than to tiiosft who had proved themselves hu worthy of such situations, however acqusiiittd they may be with the ' duties to be discharijed. . SirS. RO.'WILLVcouWnotthiokthatanEnglis'h House of Commons proceed to the passing , of (hii Bill with such a clause, which provided in- ' iletnnify for ofTences, nor even coming within lljc ' knowledge of the House. Tl-' CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER* denied that it could be (he object of his Right Hon. Frietjd to sanction fraud and corruption (o cut down iho'e revenues a( (lie head of which he' was placed. There could be no alternative be(weetr-(iie discharge of ertry single officer at present in the reveotic, and the adoption of (his niea.sure.' The former part of this alternative could not be entered into withoiit the greatest inconvenience, and therefoi^'he shoulders his assent to the eX. tension of this protection.' Mr. CALcnAFT, Mr. Martatt, Mr. Hutch. iKso.v, Mr. B.1BI.VGTOX, and Mf.  WiuBHAar, spoke against the insertion ufthjs^ ciausc< Mr; CRO&ER defended it, not upoQ thegroand of S(:recdicg corruption, but uojdcr the assoraocie that it �ron)d strongly operate as a prercntire.of futtircftands. <      , ^/: ^ ^ The Gallery being cleatrd, the House ��are tp a dirision upon the ittsertiottOf the claosc, -     Aye� 41 Jjoe�.................... Jil:^gHt� af oitat the clause -^S   

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