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British Press (Newspaper) - January 27, 1820, London, Middlesex Number 5348. LONDON, THURSDAY, JANUAKV 27. J820. Pkite 7(j. FOR THE BENEFIT OF MISS BYRNE. THE4TRE.ROYAL, DRURV-LANE. THIS EVENING, THURSDAY, Jh... 27, his iMajesly'sSfrvanla will perform llie Opera of THE SIEGE OF URLGRADE. The Seraskier, Mr. Brahsni. LiMa, Miss Rvrne; Kallie-ririe, Misn Carew. Ill the course of the evening the following Sonps will be funs by .Mn Braliain-" The Rosr ready money nuly, and no abalcment made.-Bedford House, N'o. 11, Henrietta-street, Covent-gardeo. The reat^ Norwich Crapes to be had no where but at Bedford House. URGENT DLSTRF^SS. ^HE WIDOWS' FHIENDhoH RENEVO- LENT SOCIETY, inslilnled August 1808, forvisit. 1 EAST INDIA HOUSE, January 26, 1820. �>HE COUfrr of DIKECroKS nf the UMTF.D COMPANY of MERCHANTS of ENGLAND, iTaiUng to {lie EAST INDIES, do hereby giva Notice, That the TRANSFER BOOKS of the said CO.MPANYS STOCK will be SHUT on THURSDAY the ad March nexl, at Three o'Clock, and OPENED AGAIN on THURSDAY, the 13lh April following ; That a QUARTERLY GENERAL COURT of Ihe said COMPANY will be held at their Hon.e in Leadruhall. street, on WEDNESDAY, the 22d March next, at Eleven o'clock in Ihe Forenoon ; -Iliat a GENERAL COURT of the said COMPANY will be held at their House in Leadenhall.street on WEDNESDAY, Ihe 12th April next, from Nine o'Clock in Ihe Morning until Six in the Evening, for the ELECTION of SIX DIRECTORS of the said CO.MPANY fur FOUR YEARS; And that the LISTS of the MEMBERS of the said CO.MPANY will be ready to be DELIVERED at IliU House ou SATURDAY, the 25th of March nexl. _ JOSEPH DART, Secrrtary. EAST INDIA DOCK HOUSE, London, Jasuary 21,1820. IHE COURT of DIRECTORS of the EAST INDIA DOCK CO.MPANY do hereby pice HAZARD & C. Next Saturday, Two of �20,006. 1 iVnf/oe, Thai a GENERAL MEETING of the PROPRIETORS nf the said COMP.ANY will be held at ilieir House in St. H.-leii'.s-place, Bishnpseite.str-rxt, on FRID.AV NEXT, the S8ih, at Twelve o'Clock, being one of the Half-Vearly General Meetings appointed by the Act of Parlia-raenl. By Order of the Court, JOHN FARRAN, Secretary. N.B.-The Chair will he taken at One o'Clock precisely. FAlliY TALES. This day were published, with Tweiily-seveu coloured Engravings, price 6i bound, VVENTY-Sl.X of Hip riio-l |>ot)uIar nixl relebrated FAIRY TALES, consistine of CINDERELLA, ULUE-BEARD, JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, &c. &c. Ni.w first collected and revised by RENJ. TABART. Published by W". Sanss, opposite to St. James's Palace ; and to be had of all Booksellers. Of whom m-iy nlsn be had, The VOCAL LIBRARY of Two Thousand English, Scottish, and Irish Songs. 10a. 6d. beuhd. This dav aic published, 2 totn. 8vo, 24s. EMOIHES pmirservlri L'HISTOIRE; de la VIE PRIVEE, du RETOUE, et dii REGNE de NAPOLEON en 1815 F'ar M. FLEURY DE CHABOULON, Ex Sici'ttaire de I'Emperenr Napoleon et de sou Cabinet, Maiire des Requites, au Couscil d'E*at, Baron, Officior de la Legion d'Honiieur, Chevalier A: I'Ordre de la Reunion. Printed for John Murray, Albemarle-street. A TRANSLATION of this WORKj 2 vols. 8vo. will he published TO-MORROW. ing and relieving the Sick and distressed Poor at their own Hiihitations. The Funds of the .Society (when the lale aji-peal W2.8 made to the Public) were exhiiusled, and in conse-qaeiiceofils limited means the Committee were compfllfA to reject about 206 applications, aud (o suspend their relief to upwards of 100 cases. The C.iniinillec most gratefully acknowledge the receipt of the following Donaliuat and Subscriptions:- 5 0 1 0 I 0 1 0 la 0 5 0 1 1 a 0 1 II 0 ft 1 0 5 0 5 0 5 0 5 5 By the Rev. H. Budd, M.A. President. A R. J.F. K. Gregory, Est}. MP. L. L. Messrs. Nelson and Adam Joseph Delafield, Esq. jun. Mr. J.G.Godwin a R. Pack, Esq. A. B. C. A Lady F. B. R.H.IngV.s.F^q. DA. Rt. Hon. Lord Ellen- horongU Rev. James Burgess By Mr. Seaward. Mr. Charles Parry a 10s. 6d. Mr.Couzens a lOs Cd. Mr. H.Tnrpin a 10s. 6d. R. Butcher all nsisting of Gleufell. or iMacdonalil.s and Campbells ; an Eilfnburch Tile of the Nineleenlh Cenlury. And at the fame time. Vol. H. consisting of au elegant Trauslaliou of Madame de Gonlis* new No^el of Petrarcf* lAnd Laura. Printed for Sir Richard Phillips and Co. Bride.rourt, Bridge-street; and to be bad of W. Sams, PlilLinall; and of all Booksellrrs and Libraries. �* In Ihe first instance, for the sake of completely developing the capatiility of the pUn, two voUinies of this Series have been published at the same lime. Tl�e third Volume, lo appear in course on the 15lh of February, will comprise three exquisite Spanish Talcs, from Leandra �le Valladoras By Messrs. Browne, Liintrhorn, and Co. Harry t:'erelsl, iisq. 5 5 Frtim three Fatherless Girls (1 inahur) A Friend . 1 1 Joseph Reid, Ecq. - 11 Cb.irles Boweii, Esq. 2 0 T. I. - 2 0 W. L. - 10s. 6(1. Bank-note . 1 0 By Messrs. Hoarc. N.Guudry, Esq. - IS 0 Miss Weeg - 10 0 John I'eusam, Esq. 2 2 T. H.B. - 2 0 M.AC. - 10 0 Mi>s Boone . 2 0 Mis. Bulkfley - 10 0 Edward Cowiier, Esq. 1 1 Hoii. .Mrs. Agar - 5 0 Rev. JuhuStockwell 5 0 R.H. . 2 0 Mrs. Page - 2 2 Mrs. Baker- - 11 Right ll�n.c:Sa* W. Grant, Bmlt^;- 5 5 .S.U. 1 0 Miss Driver . 2 2 Anonymous 2 0 Charles F. LawRon,Esq 1 1 Countess of Arran 5 0 A Couoliy Gentleman, whose means of relieving distrrss exceed the claims.of his own neighbourhood, by W VVilbcr-foice, Esq. BLP. 90 0 Bv Messrs. Halchard and Sou J.alelv published, in 3 rots. 2/. 12s. fid. boards, THE GREEK TESTAMENT: a new Edition-containing the best Notes from Hardy, Ra-phel, Kypke, Srhleusner, Roseumuller, �tc. in familiar Latin r together with parallel Passages from the Cla ,.i-s, and wi/h r*-f�rpnre� to Vigeriis for Idioms, and Bos foi i^llipseg. Griesbach's Various Readiujgs are generally prtserved in the Nolfs. Intended for the use of the Student in Divinity as well as Ihe Library. A learned Prelate on Ihe Bench has stated, that every reading in Ihis Edition is edited and explained exactly as he should have done il. By Ihe Rev. E. VALPY, B.D. Master of Norwich School; and Chap,latn to the Bishop of Norwich. A fe%v Copies, large papfir, 41. Printed by A.J. Valpy : and sold by Longman and Co.; Baldwin and Co.; Whiltakers; Rivinjjlous ; and all other Booksellers. Also, The GREEK SEPTUAGINT, with f>'ieApoerypha ; from the Text of Bos and Holmes. Price 1/, 8s. printed hnnd-somely in 1 volume, octavo, for use in t'^hurches aud Chapels, well as Ihe Library. Same size as the Gr. Test. *t� The Test, aud Sept. may also he had uuiformly bound in 4 vols. Rythesamr, ELEGANTLE LATIN;?:, or Rules and Exerrises illustrative of elegant Lolin Style. Price 4s. CJ . Sixth Edition. HOMER'S ILIAD, with English NoleS attbeend. Price 129.Od hound. FINISH OF THE LOTTERY. CJWIFT Co. respectlully inform the Pnhlic V5 that ihe Drawing of Ihe Lottery will E.fD on SaTKR-DiY Next, when tlie TWO Prizes of 20,000i. and all lha other Prizes in the Wheel, must be drawn. SWIFF and CO. have lately sold many Capitals, parli-cnlarly No. 690, a Prize of 30,000; -and 9,236, a Prize of 20,000/. Money, on which occasion tfiey had the satisfaction of paying lo the Public a greater ainouiU in Money than (Illy other Office.-No. 11, Poultry, 12, Cbariug-cross, and 31, Aldgate High-slreel. No. 1, CORNHILL. AT PfDDING'S Office, Hie Number 3 443, Ihe^rif Prize drawn ihis Year, cBtilled to 20,000/. Consols^ was sold in Shares! At PiDCl.NO's OtKce, Ihe Number309,. the Zarf-Prize of 20,800;. ilovcy, the whole of ivhicli a^tuSIly wjrnt to Jig l*i�blic, was also sofil in Shares'! ' ' ' "^ri^-y^- - � � At PlDDIvb's Office, a grialer Numlier of/Persons have been benefited by .20,000/. Prizes witbin the last Nine Months, than at any other Ofiice! At l'lDDIN*'s Office, at tUii'moment very probably, may now be obtained some of the 20,000i. Money Piizes, wbicli must be drawn Next SatuRBAY, 29lh January. No. 1, Coriiliill. N DJ.OOMSGURY-SQUARE, tour doors from Ibe top of Southampton-street, Holborn, is the IRISH UN EN CO.MPANY'.S ONLY WAREHOUSE in LONDON, established Twenlv Years, for the SALE of IRISH SHIRTING and SHEETING CLOTH by the Piece, at the Factor's Price, warranted for durability, colour, aud to repay the purchase money should any fault appear. The Conipany, from the nature of Ibeii- Eslablishojents here and in Ireland, offer lo the Community'he above articles much cheaper than ihcy can be procured through any other medium. Good Irish Bills and Bank of Irefand Notes taken as usual. -Country Or.lers punctually attended lo. JOHN DONOVAN, 4, Bloomsbury-sqnare, | ,,pn,, JOHN DOYLE,3I,St.Mary'sAbliey,Dnbliu,) ^Kcnis. CANDLES ON AN IMPROVED PRINCIPLE. MP. DAVIES. 63, St. Martin's lane, oppo- site New Slaughter's Coffee-house, sole Manufacturer of the IMPERIAL WAXED WICK MOULD CANDLES, which are universally allowed lo burn equal to wax, deems il neccssaiy to caution the Nobility and Families against the base attempts of persons daily advertising, as none are genuine but those had at his Warehouse as above, or No. 162, Fleet-street. Fine Sperm Candles. 3*. 4d. per pound; Palace Wax Lights, or Long Wax Pieces, 3s. 8d. per pound; Imperial Waxed Wick Mould Caudles, lis. Od, per dozen; Best Store Candles, lOs. per dozen; Mottled Soap, from 94a. to 98s. per cwt.; Tellow .Soap, 82s. to 8(i.s. per cwt.; Fine Curd Soap, 1023. per cwt.; Windsor and Palm Soap, Is. 4d, to 2s. per lb.; Brown Windsor, 2s. to Ss. �d. per Ih.; Highly-Scented Fancy Soaps, 9.s. per doien ; Sealing Wax, 35. 6d. I>erlb; Fine Sperm Oil, 7s. 6d. per gallon; Common Oil, 3s. 6d. to 4s. per gallon. Orders forwarded to all parts of Town, and carefully packed for the Country. whose loss to his country, though Ibe poignancy ttf grief which it ftrsi excited had subsided, acrurditig to the wiseor-dinatiuMS of Providence, in Ibe lajMip of all soolbing time, was at Ihe present moment moal deeply to be deplored)-he wished to sny, that if, when lie bad the hniuiur of presiding on that occasion, after being called lo Ihc chair by the wishes of his friends, he had thought it necessary to call upon them for their CD-i>peraliou aud indulgence, he IhiMight it till more necessary to do so al present, under Ihe pecniiarly gratifying circumstances in which he was ptaced, calledas he I had a^ain been to the chair by the partial propiuntl ufhis Hon. Friend, si-condcd too as that proposal had beeti by ihe genera! apprnbatiun of those who sarruuuded him. The verycircum-stance of receiving a Second time such a distinction si their hands, demanded of him a return, which he was afraid that he should not be able lo offir. On the last uceasion he allowed that the meeting bad passed off well; but the Chair, man was not al all the cause of it. It had passed off highly to his satisfaction : but when he considered the ohjcct for which the meeting had been called, and recollected that it bad been composed of persuHS tliSering rnitred in some slight shades on political snhjccls, but differing ouly as men nf free minds always must differ oo such topics; united, however, on all great constituliooal poiiits^uiiiled in their ad-rairatiou of the Constitution as eslabli�hed at tlnf their wishes to establish civil and. religious liberty throughout the world-united in their deteruiiiialion to support by every constitutioual means the rights and privileges of the people-united iti their approbation of ihe principles of Mr. Fox, as best calculated to support the welfare, happiness, and honour of Ihe country-united to pay a tribute uf respect to bis memory ; and in the eloquent language of his esteemed fiicnd, .Mr. John Taylor, lo willingly paused; for if he did not Ibeu pause, he did not "bieh is one's own by the Constitniion, and forbear.02 BW when he should, especially as he saw himself aNo sup- fneroach on that of others. How f�r Ibis feeling had 1... ...,i. o rmi^iwiaMo ..�,o...M.. ��> bccu awakcncd since-Ile last visited that town he shonid 'n,t KORWICH FOX DfMfEIir Mrs. C T.  I Mrs. Rice, Jermyn-st. a 1 Sobs;riptioni and ilonations w'H by the Rev. H, Budd, ' by Mr. Seawd, 134, . . iog BanlteroMcMrs. Uoare, "37, H. A.B. - 3 Sylvanus Eevon, Esq 10 Mrs. Bevan . 3- Richard Bevan, Esq. 5 Hun. A. Callhorpe 5 H. E. O. (Lady) a T. P. - 1 E. R. - 2 Miss E Bfuce Ha-Riillon, 43, lyower Bromptoa-ro�v Mrs. Ogilvy, 3, St. James's-slreet W, M. U. Mrs. M. Townscnd, Early-ronrt A Maid Servant be thanWully received 5 0 TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, liy Mr. EVANS, At his House, No. 96, Pall-mall, TO-MORROW, FRI. DAY, January 28, and following Day, ACOLLECTION of BOOKS; indudtng Holy Bible, by Field, 1666, 3 vols, large paper, with Visscher's Plates inserted; Andrews's Collection of Heaths, 3 vols, coloured Plates; Fables de li Forilaine, 4 vols, large paper; Art de V,?rifier lea Dates, 3 vols.^ Facciolati Lexicon, 4 vols.; Cicero Oliveti, 9 vols.; LysjasTaylori, large paper ; Herodole, par Larclier, 8 vols, large jwper; Willis's Cathedrals, 3 vols.; Sir VV. Jones's Works, 6 vols, large ]�per ; the Histories of Robertson. Gibbon, lijid Hume, in 4to.; Cobbett and Howell's State Trials, 24 vols.; Anuiial Register, 40 vols.; Cooke's British Novelists, 61 vols. &c. VALUABLE STATIONERY. includiiMj i|,. genuine STOCK IN TRADE of Mr. D. COX, Higli-slrecl, Borough, Stationer and Bookseller, a Bankrupt, TO BE SOLD BY AUCllON, (Bv Order of the Assignees) By MR. SAUNDEU.S, Al his Great Room, No. 39, Flcel-slreet, on THURSDAY, Ftbruary 3, and following Day, et Eleven for Twelve o'clock precisely : CO.VIPRISING, 150 Reams of Carlridge ; 300 Ream* of Post, gill and plain; 180 Reams uf P�l-, 100 Reams of Foolscap; an assemblage of Marble, Drawing, Tissue, Printing, Packing, and other Papers, various sizes and qualities;. Account and Memorandum Books ; 580 Dozen Copy Books, Pens, Quills, Sealing-wax, Wa. frrs, Black-lead and Slate Pencils; Cards, Pasle-bnards, and Fancy Stationery; Popular and Useful Works; Bibles, aud Common Prayers; School, Juvenile, and Elementary Books; upwards o(.)5,000 excellent Tracts, adapted for Sunday .Schools and Religious (iislilutions, by Ihe Rev. Dr. Hawker, Rev. Mr. Walkin�,and Rev. G.C. Smith, orPen. On Monday last, being Ihe anniversary of Ibe birlh of the. late Right Hon. Charles James Fox, the Fox tlub of the county of Norfolk had ibeir annual grand dinner, in SI. Aii-drew's-hall, Norwich, in commemoration of Ihe day. The tickets issued on the occasion amounted to 460; and, as no room in the city was capable of containing so large a number of guests, the Mayor was kind enough lo offer ihem Ihe use of the Town-hall for their meeting. The offer was joyfully accepted, and for some days previous to that on which the dinner was held, the stewards were employed iu superintending the boarding and matting of the ball, and in overlooking the other preparations. On Sunday evening the Duke of Sussex, accompanied by the Earl of Albemarle. Sir R. Ferguson, Mr. Coke, Mr. Mac-donald,aiid others, arrived at xMr. Aldeimau Foster's, with whom they remained till yesterday morning. During the whole of Monday, strangers kept pouring into Norwich variops quarters of the r *�* Son, 190, Pi�et4illy. To be viewFil two days pn-crding , ,. ^dofR. Undsay, Esq. St. Thomas's-ilreet, Borougli, soli-Btlor; Md at the Auctioneer's Office, Fleet.ilreet, :|lric� 64. each. Mayor of Norwich, A Idermcu Foster, Marsh, LeinM, Bnrt, the Speaker of Ihe Commons, Mr. Sheriff Taylor; Messrs. John and Richard Taylor, H. and C. Bolingbnike, Postle Rigby, and several other Gentlemen of property and distinction. Immediately after dinner was concluded.A'b�7u>&;C� DoiHiite was sung by some musical amateurs, wito vuliinieered ibeir services upon Ihe occasion. After which (be fullowiag toaits were given and drauit:- 1. " The King" (in solemn silence.) 2. " The Prince Regent" (in silence.) 3. �' The Constitution according to the principles asserted at the Revululi�n."~-..^Xunpannrtl^phr8se,liut iit�ihe best and purest �igiiirica(ioa which, Uie ieifm could bear} for hadidconsider itshigbhoitourahdapronddVsltn*-tion 111 preside over a meeting au^lBbled lo testify approbation of the principle��>fMr.'Fox,Mdloi pajra rnpectfallri-i>ule to the memory of him whom �n.loveii and admirad, and " Come In bis lomb, but not to weep, But Freedom's holiday to keep;" and lo render il a sacred altar " rounil which Ihey were to vow to liberty;"-when be considered and recollertcd all these points, he frit convinced that, no matter what the Chairman might have either done or said, the meeting could not by any possible accident have met with a failure. And now, supported as Ibe Chair was, on the right hand by an illustrious branch of Ibe House of Brunswick-{Loud applause)-ever mindful of the principles wflirb sealed bis family on Ibe throne-{Ajijilume repeated)-on Ihe other, by au individual placed in Ibe first situation in the county (the High Sheriff, Sir W. VVyndham Dallinc), who, high aud honourable as that situation was, difl honour lo il by j^lie manner iu which he discharged iis duties-(Cheert kno ported by such a nuroerongand respectable assembly as waa never before met together, considering ibe rank, Ibe property, Ihe talent, and Ihe respectabilily ef those who composed it, all looking lo Ihe Cbair with cheering counlenancss, and all contributing to the good humour, and what was n still more essential point, to the utility of the meeting. He was not going to play the hypocrite, and to say that be regretted being placed in the Chair; by no means; il was a subject of pride and exultation to him; but be was going to say Ihis-that when placed in il, hewae nothing without Ibeir co-operation. He therefore called upon them for (heir indulgence, askid Ihem la forgive any errors which be might conimil (be ought rather lo- have said, the many blunders which he should commit), and entreated them (o believe him to be musi siu. cere in his wish to pay iniliviilual attention to all present, aud anxious not 10 give offence by any omission of respect.- (/.eud cheering)-Having said thus much regarding himself, lie should now say a few words on the toast which he bad lo propose to Ihem. ' Last year, as it was the first meeting of any considerable extent srh'teh had been held upon the su'or ject, he had felt it -big duty lo enter at Imglb both into Ihe public and Ihe private character of Mr. Fox. Now that this meeting had lieen established, and as be trusted, firmly established, that it did became as it were a rallying point to the friends of the constitution, and an altar to liberty never to be violated, it would be useless for him again to enter into those topics. Of Ibe private character of Mr. Fox he should not say a single word: those who knew him best, if their feelings would permit them, could say the most; but if they wished 10 form an opinion of his public dharac-ter, he would say," Look to the measures of those who were opposed lo him; see the state to which they have reduced the empire; view the country as it was, and as it is; consider Ihe changes which have been made in the consliiulion since you last met for Ihe same purpose with that for which you are now assembled, and reflect upon Ibe revolulion wbicb has taken place in it since you last met together in (liis very hall. If they would consider the general discontent which was now sullenly and silently prevading the country, arising, not from disaffection-for Ihe people of England were well affected to the Crown and Constitution-but from a system of mal-adininislmtion, and from distress which could clearly be traced lo Ihe pressure of ovrrwhelming taxalioii-r if they would recollect that the wauls, the wishes, and the distresses of the people were met by notbingelse but force, and were not even attempted to heredressed by conciliation and good government-if t1iey would reflect on the recent extraordinary addition made to the standing army in time of peace, and the deleetable nature of the late measures, into the details of which lie would not enter, as he was justified in calling them a violation of the Consliiulion, since they had been admitted to be such by the Miuistersof the Crown-measures thai were must coercive and restrictive, and as congenial to the Congress of Aix-la-Chapelle, and pleasing 10 the Princes uf Ihe Holy Alliance, as Ihey weie uncongenial and grievous to free-born Englishmen.-(iond. cheering.)-If Ihey would ponder well npoo all Ihw topics, he would ask lliein, could such Bills have been enacted, or, as some justify tbein on the ground of necessity, could the necessity for enacting Ihem have existed, bad the advice of Mr. Fox been followed, and his principles steadily acted on ? -(Loud eheert.)-He bad nothing more to add al present, than to propose that Ihey should drink in solemn silence " The Memory of C. J. Fox." A song was then sung by Mr. John Taylor, beginning The warrior claims his meed of praise, And lives in martial story ; But for the Patriot let ns raise Sublimer strains of glory: This day. Old Euglantfs darling child Dame Nature kindly gave us; Then Freedom on bis cradle smiled, Aud breathed the power to save us. Chorus-Come lo bis tomb, but not lo weep, There Freedom's holiday we keep; ' . The sacred allar letihbe Round which we vow lo Liberty I - The Ckairmak said he had now to propose a toast, which he should wish to make heard lo every part uf the Meeting, for he had no doubt it would be received in a manner which would make the vaulted nmf resound :-(be health of an illusirinua Freemenof the City of Norwich, of an illustrious branch of the House uf Brunswick, of whom notbbig could be said more grateful lo him or to us than that he w^s mindful of tbe^principlei which placed his family on the throne of Great Britain. He had to proprse the health of a Prince grateful to the people of Engla'Od for the affection and Joyalty which Ihey had ever shewn lo his family, and wlio shewed bis giralilude by standing forward - 1.-J___:____;l _.. ...".c....:.j_..i.i. plaus(:\-ai;d.iiow they bad the pride and satisfaction lo see bis K.iiyal Highness amongst iheni. " The bMlih of ib� Pake of Sfwex" was then drunk iviib three times Ihree and loud applause. The Duke i.f Svss said, ihat after lh� very able in ui-ner in wbicb bis Noble Friend had inirodced Ihe loasi, or rather the comineroiu-arion of the riay, and after the ka-.ii manner in which he hart noticed bis (ilie Diike of .St�.tseH"�.) presence oo lhat occasion, he fell a iliiEcnlly in folijw.n;; him in such a manner as to coffttnand ibe attentio-.i o*' so respectable an assembly; but be cuuld assure liii-ni sui-cereiy uf ibe pride and pleasure be ffit in nfftrng meroiis a body of supporters of those priiT'i-les wfiu-fi he felt were best calcnlaied lo promote llu- |in)sn;.:c;r aud insure the safely of thia country When ht- haii ib'.^ houonr of being elected a citizen of iv.-,rd:i thein.-{Appla-uie.)-He was glad they had a p)ili!i,.if if that proposition, for if they were agreed^ as t{> liie basvi on which they should proceed, he bad the b,tler i-a.-on to hope that they mighl come to a saiisfaclory roiid.i-sion. To talk of constitutions, ,of rights, of privilci;,'*, was, he was aware, now deemed vulgar. There was a set of more refined ))oIitical characters, who, despising li:* phrases, sought for a foreign language to cun-.f-y their sentiments, which perhaps, as no one else comprt-brfd-ed, they scaicely comprehendetl thcmNelves-{/i]if}lnu.*^.) These politicians had of lale been .alteinpting lo mystify ii�e public by tiieans foreign to the Briti.-^li cliararir-r-by ti'� phantom, fear. Enslishmen had not fear in thiir lil.jod ; but he would meet Ihis word by another, mni-e roiislii ntion.-.! -^jealousy-constilntional jealousy ; the desire of l;e.ep;;ig- Aldermao Fiisler's, he'had received au uufaviiunrable account of the liealth of his brother, the Duke of Kent, an4'htr then feared thnt he shuo|d be obliged lo forego (hie gre�> gratification ntticb be he shoold fvet in tncel. ing sa.rcspli|lable a body uf ihe friend* of i^e'principlea uif Mr. Fox. Fortunately, that day be bail Mi(ReH�d. mure favourable accuuota of the IXoke of Yent's heaUb--(4p- since-I state, that is to say, be should not tiien express ibe peisotial iiidigaation which-in another place he f!id not dis^tnse, the late coercive meaiigi-. out the whole coiintry.--(Apptavxe)-That be had not betM-80 loud as others on lhat subject, was only owing to t''.e feeling that the liberties of the people had been so ably dr-fended by those with whom be joined tin every question, that he had feared he would only have k-�'-,kf>tifd t},p cause by arguing it. It was impossible to ciuisiiler acy toast wbicb could be lhat oigbl given, wiiliont somt? reference to the cause which bail calbd ilum togetlifr; as il was by a reference of every topic to tbe cimdiu-i of an individual, lhat the wci{;bt and citnsisiency f Euglishmen were called forth. He sbn-.ild conelude by reluming thanks for the honour which they bad dinie bini. They had called him forward al a painful time; and he bad feared that the dubious slate of Ibe health of his llluslrioos Relative would have compelled biiii to have reinaineil wiiti them a shorter time, though it was bis intention al all even's lo have visited them, for a short time, for be considered Ibat when a public man made a promise, it was bis duly to keep il, he it what it might;-and he knew lhat bis hintber himself, if he were aware of the meeting, wo.uld have said, " Go and meet Hum." It was ids wish on all occasions to cement Ihe union between all degrees, froui the Crown to tlte ktwesi in society : be felt that one rank could not du without another, awd he trusted he should never forget ihc existence of niutudi obligations amongst.lhera.-{Loud appluuse) The ChaiuMAN gave from the Duke of Sussex, " Tiie respectability of the Crown, the dnrability of the Constitution, and Ihe prosperity of the People." The Chairman said he should propose the bealtli of the High Sheriff of Ihe County, with three limes tbree. He knew not wlw would be Sheriff iu the nrxi ; but bo imagined lhat while Ihe present sysiem conliuued, tbeie would be ho more Whig SberifPs.-{Hear.)-He would nof, however, let these forebodings work, and meantime they would lake advantage of a constitutional Sheriff to exen.iac Ibe right (the word was again coming .forwardj of petitioo. " The health of Ihe High Sheriff" was drunk wiibgieat applause. The HiMl Sup.RIFr, in returning thanks, said, lhat he always considered himself to be a constilulional oliirer, bound to adend to the public wish; for, in bin o|inHoiij no officer was rppointed, except for ibe public becelii. TheCHAIRRAN then rose lo propose "Tbe-bealib of Ibe Mayor, aud prosperitylo the Ciiy of Norwich."-Ibis loaii was drunk with applause. The Mayor returned lhank.s. He eulogized the politiral conduct of Mr. l-ox, aud ascribed to the rejection uf bis prophetic advice at the beginning of the French Revolution all the caiaiiiilies uflbe country. Tbe, iu piuposing the heallli of the Duke of Norfolk, said, thai he felt some difficulty in proceciliiig, a^ he knew thai his Noble Friend was as mi 10 and reiiringiu bis private, as be was stern, determined, and stout iu his public character. " The Duke of Norfolk, and may Ihe ancient bereditaiy iiobiiily of this kingdom ever consider it their highest ho. nour lo support the rights and privileges of the people"- with three limes three. 'VUe Duke of NoaroLK returned thanks. " The speedy and final extinction of hU laws, wheroeo-ever Ihey exisi, whicti tend to obilruct the sacred right of couscieiice." The Chairman said,, lie fell an anxious wish-to propose the healtbof a persuuabsent, with three times three-it was Ac health af tbe~b�loved auj respected Bishop nf that Dio-ceae*. He could only say, that he proposed the health uf a nan-without guile-of a man whose whole life and conver-aliun formed a beauliftit illuattation of lhat religion of ;