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British Press (Newspaper) - July 1, 1820, London, Middlesex L'AG' _ In whicliTRlScIbrft'e ilkcW^^ lj,e Qpcra nt riorencc,"wlf-; i^'> ihj^ 1.A1RQSF/; Oil!, life;btesLTISEM^^^ Oli acrduiit, ,,.,. ... r-.........., . vilies, lHj4. tJifiTfoii5 Julia Maniieriiig/'Missrnvey, To wbicli will b,e. aildeil.'{24lli lime at lliU .T''ea'''0) �" ^x-Iraragnnza, culjpd _C. IO VA N iN [ 1N LQ N DOW. ' TftliAI'flE-llfiYAL, COVRrit-fJAHDHS. ^rriHlS EYENlNfi, SATURDAY, July 1, Ja. will lie acted file Comeily of THE RIVALS. Sir- Anthony AbsolutefWi-. W. Farfen; Sir Lnciusi O'Tfif-ger. Mr. Conuor;-Faulkland, Mr Abbott; Capt. Absolut^ Mr.C. Keiiible; Acr�s,' Mr, Lislon; Daviil, Mr. Empry. JArs. I\}al9prop, IMrs. Davenport; Lydia Languish, Misi Biniilon; Ji.ilia, Mrs: Pavisua, Alter wiiich ihe Farce of � HUSBANDS AND. WIVES. On Monday, He'llri Qiiatrc, with The Millet-and his !Men. THEATRE-ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA-HOUSE, STRANB, rr^HIS. EVENING, SATURDAY.. July 1.. B. will In- pcrCoinicd, 3d, time, an entirely new Comic Onerella, railed - � ; THE PROMISSORY NOTE. Mr. Marl;b:ini, Mr. WreiiHi; Mr. Scamper, Mr. Pe.irmnn ; fiUUn, Mr. Sailer.. Mrs, Markhim, Hr�. VV. S. Cliatlerley ; X'aroliue, Miss Carcw ; Cicely, Miss Kelly. ' AftCT-wliicll, the Comie Operetta called-, FIRE AND WATER. To which will l>e added ('2'1: lime these, tivo years), the highly ^ popular Comic Opera, called , FREE AND EASY. Sir .fnliB Freeman, Mr. Wrench; Mr. Charles Courtly, M.. Bariley; Ralph, Mr. \V.S.Chaltbrley-;'Micliael, Mr. i WilkiTisoii. Mrs. Charlollc Coiirilv, Miss Love; Engeuia, Mrs. W.SChatterley; Gertrude, Miss Kelly. Tile spacious Saloon has been again tastefully Cited up i wiih a new design, repit^enting an Illuminated Oriental i Garden, and will be opened as nsiial at Eight o'Clock, for V 4 diPn,.jfird cni-e of persoug awry, by which lliey make Ladies appenr pcrfi'cdy straight, without any pernicious stei?l, pad. dins, or pressure." Tlieir ElasUc French Bells'reiluce cVir-^lulrnry without coiitineroenlj > give comfortable Mipport nfipc .irrouchcment, arc.iffiracions in umbilical cases, and far superior to long Slays, iii^ all cases of abduoiiiial weak-Bess oi' enlargement.-Slays and Braces fur Children.- Connhy Ladies ijialrncied by leiier to transmit measures', .SAINF MARY-L&BONE CHURCH. rpO-MORROVV MOKNING, the 2d of July, A SERMON-will be preached, ini behalf of the liV-.�;riTCTION for the CURE and HREVENTION of CONTAGIOUS FEVBR in the Metropolis, .at the Church of .Saint Marv-le-bone, , By Ihe Rev. GEORGE SHEPHERD, D.D. Prrarber. to Ihe Honourable Society of Gray's Inn; Rector ' 'of S-.tint Barihiilumew, Cxdiange ;-and Cbaplain to the Right Huiioui-able the Lord Chief .Justice of England.., J)ii;inK Sei.vjr.c to begin at Eleven o'Clock precisely. .4 Sub'sciiptiori of One Guinea annually, or a Donalioii pf Ten Guineas, coostilutesa Gnveruor of this Tu^lilutioD. TliL- Ue.ports of the Inslilutionj find'Rules to be observed in house.'! where Infeclioiis Fevers .subsist, raay be liad^gratis. Su'jsrrtjiliunsi are received by Eilyi-ard Forstert Esq,,Trea-snier, No. 1 V Mansion; and J. L. Malletl, Esq. 'I'j-easurtr, 'No. 52,'lTpper Gower-street. N.B.-TIie'HoU'^e" of Recovery, which has been recently adap.led for Ihe receiHioli of PflfieOts, both in Typlms and Sc.arlet Fever, is sitnated, in Paiirra-s-road, adjoining Ihe .Small-Pox Hqspilat, ncarrtheTolMjars^ at the end of Gray's Jun-iaiie.. -. : , , �* Tlie Treasorei-s will allend in the Veslry-Rbpm after Service, in ortfer to receive Sitb-^^criplrblisTur the Charity. . r|\HK LAST Hiirt ONLY DAY WEDNES- &. 'D.-VY; J�ly 1-2,. when lie Lottery finiiihe�,-Biid � ALL,FOUR PBlZESoff30.000,; , Besides 58 oilier CAPITALS, Jioney and CoutoIs, MUST BE DRAWN. . ..CARROLL, Coutractoi:, 19, Corjihi'tt,'aiid 23, (ixforli street, London, ivherc War- iwbled C'Wdiawn-Tickets and Shares'are Scllilog; also at all ills AsenI'? in-I'-ie'-Guiiniry, CARROLL Shared and Sold, in Ihe last few Mootlta- 11. qcovBR's texfirriif ioK,-ni^Hii^ aiid^WATliltCOLOUR\pA|tSTIN,QS iS ^JOW "OPEN, at ihS^'dritiiU Rooms, 1G; Ofd' Boiiil slrcelj opjio--site Staffcrd;M�^t,{ftbta'Kilie till Dinilc;'''-' i' ' : AtfinilJniit^ AVERY /ELtel^LE CHAPEL TO JJE For pnriicufiM .apply to G, B. TyndaTe, K.�q. Lincoln's lniuF..1di-:^:*5-'^ ' ' ' I ;:Vf,' , GHlLDtfAI;L,'LONDON, 24*h JtiiiE,l820; : IffTRHE (:a,WSTTTER for LETTING" Hie e t ; LAJiDStSiiifSnNKlieNTS of iliHGftV jiPtOW; DON will mcelMdwil'Hialfon THURSI>A\*lav .ofiuly nfxl, at 0iU!.;6'qo.c!c precisely, |o.fjETh> PCBLIC AUCTION, on 9, Lenso ,fur 21 Years, from, Mid.iHiainier 1820, a HOUSE,.No. i;0,i)n Ih^ W^t^Sj^Je/pf Kei,nih.ireh. buildings;, Luiidun. ' ' ' "� V'-- . -Tlie.Conditiou*-for Telliiie may he seVii at thtXJifiSe of , l�o)5k8,Gujhlhal^jaiid .the Pwuiispn vie*i'd -every d�^ bc-tiveen ^hp Ilours^ifilljand .3 o'clock.-,, ... ^ " � , i BRIDGES, MiYoC ^' In a MEETING or A.SSEMBLY of the M.4Y0n, ALDERMEN, and LIVERYMEN of the so-i-ra! COM-PANJES of the CITY of LONDON, in COMMON HALL, assembled, in the, GUILDHALL of the said City, oii'FRIDAY; llif SOlh'day of June, 1S20 ; nEsqWED unanimously, 'T^HAT this Meeliiig, ns dutiful iind ioyal Stih-I. jecis to the King, feel a deep inleresi in every thing that roncarns the honour and happinei of his Royal Consort Quef.a^Carol-ine, aiirl do tuost warmly eongraliilale her IVTa-jesly upon her safe return lo Ibis kingdom. � Resolved Unanimou'ji- any pe-. cuniary.censiileralion-ihe magnanimous and dtritivccon-duct she displayed, by her unhe�itnting confidence in the loyally and justice of the British Nation-the courage she has evinced in boidlymeeling ber accusers, proleatiqgagainst all Srcre\ Investigations, and demanding an opeu aud con-stiluUonal Tribunal. Resolved Unaniniuusly-That we trust hrr .Majealy will he r5lablishc.d in tjie fiill possession of all lier ju-il lights, ami long reside Hinong a Peoji.le zealously atloched lo llie House gf ISrunswicU. .PesolVe'd.-fTbat a.dutiful and loyal Address be presenti'd to" \ifr Mai'esty, cxp'rCsivni: their \-ou.lolciire. aiid cqn^rjfu- 'said Address being prep-.�ied. wasread'and^agreed lb uuaiii-mtmslv. �" ' ' . � . ; Resolved Unaiiiroously-Tbat Ihe s.iid Address he fairly transcribed, mnn the Woiili-ai-k a� liji^^Mj�^y?K((f!omiui�sioiierSi' iifid for givl(>g'/)1i^Ryi The Speaker u)EiJl�*^qa.�e of Cotitmnns, sii- lendeil Ky.�everak the bar, ,�vlien the Jloval Assftit was gi TKeiTwiilyp Millimii B'l|..J.'je,lri4i 0erk, 1' JaL-�:ii ,-..1.- ..i^u "pilar Biii, Sbd �e�rt-a1-i' fionn after -jdvatired lo iissioii = being read,' the i^Hpi^tbe Funded Debt Cliarce The SpfeAKKa iiiH tlie Meoibers of the House oF Coininoiis ilieirwiihdrww. . Mr. Irfii'e, jrom the distiint-riotiie, presented an account of ihe dolits oil Wiielleis ianiorled for a cdrtaiii period.' STATIC bF;pRisoN.AS'wa!''sworn at the bar preparatory to' his ujoiiif; befiji-e ilie Commiltee ot'th't-ir Lordships to iuqiiiie i\ilo'^ the stale of pri-80I1K to heexiihuiied as'a vviine".*. Lord JoliN'riTZROY and oiher Members of the Hi'tisij of Comhiiiiis broughtInii - The Tulaiid Coal Navigiitiotl ITll; the Dublin House of Induslry Bilf, tile Watch and Ward Bill, the Quailer Sessions Appeal UiitI, and several Private Bills, wliicb were read a tirsl time. Lord RossivN presented a Peiilion from the Ship Owntrsof Leith, prujing thai there iiiight be no HJler itiqii tnaile in the duties on timber. The Noble Lord aisp presemed a I'etitinn frmii ihe luhabitaiits of the County against the Malt Duties, On llie inotinn of liis LonUhip, they were referred to .the .Sele'ci Coiiimiltee on .Fortifrii Trade. The.Coi^it of Exchequer Suitors' Bill was read a,lliiid liiue.iind p-i�>e(l. , �Ihe Report of l,he C.omitlitlee of the whole Flini^eou lhtf,Iii-h 'IViiemenls, Recovery IJill was brtiiiirht lip and agreed lo. Tl\e Barbaibie^.Free .port Bill, the Twent' [ MrHions Exche Quer Bills.Biii, the Irish Tithes Coiiipensalion .Bill, and tlie,^ Greenl.mdi Wiule Fi.sliery Bdl, were couiniitled... , Tjieir LiriUhips, on tiie iiiolioB of the. Earl of SH.AFTE,SDUR1f,,adj6urii?d to jVioiiday. Vif' t-i'iii'fs. The }itiproverheli.t, therefore, i'f ihe t'oiis'irnciiiin of lliWiVj aiid (hi- rtiakiiii; [.Vlieni in a nitire 'jcii-'iinfif iiiiit;'iii''r'tliiili liilhrrlo.'veeiiried io'hini to'bt uVi',ts ] cniisolid'rtl(?lli iiiiii Ihe B'iUwas intenyrd to tHrry thai | leCoinnietidatHjii into effect with reof Chaocery in jrelaiid would tie sufBcient to demor-sf-ute tlie ubifolute incompalibilily of his fniicion^ with tliose of ij Member of that Hoijse'. To enter on a description .of the latter before his pr^-jent auditors, who so well undertfopd their inaijwiluda ai:d ardnoiisiibss, was quite' superfluous ; and he hoped he should easily con'vitide the House before silling down, tiiat the farmer were of >uch^ a nnliire, lhat if to be executed ty any iadividoni wluifte atlenlion wiis dislr-HCted by oilier important pnlilU- cares; they would be left eilhtir-tiiiperforKMjd or nei^ligently performed. On this suliJeCt he-lind very iiilrf(K*is^r.-W 'iJa'dMhm'tiiDe vo wbolly HOUSE OF COMMONS, Frioa*, June 30. The Honse was summoned to al.lend ,the House of Prers. Oil their retiiirit,' ttie'.j^eak��j:tufm-i.�)ed, the .House thai 'several ''mi^-Cjw'iihlch i&e^m&rMpwtlj � " � - 'coiienEstEBV,?y;lbe'Ioivii Clei^ , 't, iIU i;.�ec o|i, ihtt Pelltitm jigaiirti-iiBie.-GoJchwsteH Elecriou; It Resolved Uuanimouslj-That the Righl Hon. the I.wd j i,, ;aubslBnc^jliat,.b.VfyMi''��-. Esq. bail ,nql been ayor, Alderme^, Rrpreaeiilalives for tins Cily in Parlia- 1 ',),|, elected, not possesslnff't^e requisite qualifications in LMit, Sheiiir.. aiid ISO of the Liverymen, be desired to p^e. �' i " - Mayo im-iit, sent the said Atldresslo her .M.ajesly. Resolveil-Tliai the Sherifi's, attended by the Remembrancer, do fui tlnvilh wail ft pun Ihe f.jueen, to Iciiowti'i-Majesty'a royal will and pleasure �hcn she will be pleased to receive ibe said Address. . Resolved-That our ltep�-.esenlalivrs in Parli.a'menl he ioslrueled, aud they are beretiy instrucled, lo oppose every attempt to institute -an inquiry, by a .Sci-rel Commiltee-of the iif Commons, iiilo ihc alb'sred Charges against .her M.-tjei�ly-an inquiiy i>r charge the several Tnistees tinJt-r whom the same arc now rep.nired and iiraintaincd, from the further care and maiti-tcuance thereof. That the reason assigned in ihe preamble of the Bill, vir. that it is impracticable under the present sysleni 10 keep the Roads in the slate of'repair required, and.ibat Ihr same caiinul be effected without the control of one Board of Com-misN-ioncrs for all l7SE ESTATE. Mr. H. SuMNKR moved, lhat there be laid before llie House an Account of all iVIJinies belonging loathe Bridge'-; houiie Estate, vested in the Public Funds, and a variety uf j'other Acconnls 011 the same siiliject.-Ordered. I Lord A. H.vmilton presebted ii' pefirmn from the Ma. I gisli-alcs and Council of one of the Royal Burghs of Scotland, ,p^rayitig fur Municipal Rtformf . Sir J. iM.iciilSTOSII obspj-v'ed, that the Petition did not (onrh the general qneMiou.of reforn^, but merely relateit lo ihc'itileinal stale (if the b-,}rough in quesiiou. -Tiie Peiilion wa-r read, and laid on the tabfe.. Lord A. IIjMILTOS then moved, that an humble AJdrrss he presented to the ICii!^, praynig'that,- bis Maje.iy "ill be graciously plrased to givp directions that there be Uid bcfiire Ihc House a ruiurn of )lie. Jloy^l Burghs .whirb had lost ihe righl of electing their Cuubcilj niuce the year 1685; together with an accutiiit of those"inst'iiiicefi in'whirb llie i-i, a copy of Ihe^opiliibu of the Allo'riiey-fieiieral of Irelaijd, rfsperliiig the exclusion" of Irisli spirits from Ihe Brilish market, given at the request^ aud-laid before the Itoanl of Excise i,f.Ireland. AUo, a cupy.of Ijie informaiinii on the gi-iiiiiid of which a warrant was issued fur searchiiiu the boose of a certain individualfiir s^iirils'.importcd from Ire. land-Agreed to. � ,- -, ' The Labourers; "Wages' Bill- was read a third lime, and passed. - - ..... PARLTAMENTARYREFOKM. Mr. Beaumont preseiited:a Pelitipii froui. clNER, i,u presenting a Petition front certain parishes in Surrey, against the said Bill, e.\-pressed a wish that bis Hon..Friend. (Mr. U. Gilbert) would not pre.s-s the ilirough the present Sessinn, but let It Htiind uver till llie next, and to be printed aiul distributeil in liie intrrini amon^ ail.thejiiirtte.i whp�e .rights, were to bv att'ccled^ by \i, ii.r'ortier liial Its |�rpvi�iou8 iiiighl be properly understood. ^ .,!,,' ,iVir., P-ENISOn" spoke, bfiefiy. against some of liip provisions of l]ie iiiea-ury. .i , . .sir. L>. Gii.PiEliT sifid^ hrjliail,!? few observitions tornikeoii the �ubjrt.-i, .He .ihiioght lhat our iiii-ijonal.^j/osperity an'! �-ea,ltii, bi ii greal ile^riee, de- jleiidrd , jiu lliH facility oi! coiiitjiHiiiciirrin Kept up bi^lweei;'llie diflVireni^: patiVof the poui.try by aie^Jn* 2Bi , . beSij;; the twii friembers for Middlesex, Sorrey, nnd Essex, Colonel Wood, Mr. f-fiinkisson, and ccriain oilier Genileinen ; In whom were lo be added the l.inke nf Portluod, the I-*03!m:ister-General, t/ie Earl (if Hnrdwicke, and three tnore I'eers, When he niriilioiied these names, it wa� obvi ins ilml pay-nient to the Coiiiinissioners was out of the qnesliou. The riolyhead road, one of the brsiin the kmndoin, had been made under the direction of Sir H. Parnell aid a nniiiber cf other Gentlemen, who un-derm k ,ind discharged the duly ;,'rain!lously - and lie had no doubt Imt lhat umier ihe sii|>triii-tendence of llie body of Couimis-ioners he had described, the turnpikes in tfie viciiiitj of London wonld be ctjiially well conducted. Tf Ihe roiids around London were properly made, it won Id iqie-rate a" an example to the wtiole nation, and would conlribule tnOre than ai.y thing to produce an iin. proverhenr in their strncliire throoghoiu the conntry. However, as the measnre bad provoked ohj'-ctlons, he should not press it ilnrtiig the pre.sent Session, but slinnid t-rtke the earliest opportunily of renewinij it in the ensning" one. The utniuit anxiety liaij been iriunifested lo take awi^y all cause of coiti-phiint from the presenl crediloi.s - li.e !'>ill guve ihem the option either of receiving a belter .iecmiiy for their properly than that lh?-y now possessed, oj of beiiiij paid 'heir money. ' Sir M. W. RiDl.F.Y line, nvt to .fi'ovoke discussion, bill to put a question to the IJon. Gfiilleniiui (VIr. Gilbert), i:s Chairman of ihe Commiltee to. which be had referred, f Je-wisiied to kmnv whether the Committee had rrcomnieydeii any remedy for an abuse, the pressure of ivjnch was felt veiy generally.iiid urverely through the coutilry. It was lilts: the application tu the Hoiise of Cmn-moMs for the renewal of a connnon turnpike Act, and exieiidiiit; the time of the trust, whs attended with 'such he-.i-/v fees, as to disable the parlie- in many iii^laoces from nltempting 1'. He.5u,niier!.tnn(| tliilt .the fees, where flie'perind proposed wasTlveiity-'ohe years, were tw FVss' tbiin'1 Hei-e';iaifd if lie were in sjn-uk H(.'coii!itii;'re, no doubt, wlmlever could be entertained ijf the incompaiibj-, lily of jheiluties of aiVJaster of Chancery in Ireland with tlio�e,of B>Repi^e.?r-.ori.h'', llo.iisiiof Cpinnipii8�or :!*iL Ihctein^>^^^^ii^.:^\i6tif-.V^^^ CHcar.) � �"f':5J-;^.i�'''*V''^ -'"j" Lord C A st I. Ei�ll?i}!f|g� 16 fe Uow" wTVctIter )le understobd'tlief>%eSt:.prtt;btS6m�^^ ^f^ii were iiitetided t(>^'iyiiVe.'8' pi'(f�pecriv'e iipeijitioii, lie . could have no possiblebbjecfion'lb its iVilriftlui'tiiiiiij . for bB fully coiiciitred. ill tlie. ptidcMplev fijtj^i^fe^^^^ clause. The office' of a Ma.e..-flleat, liear.J-The one office WHS quite Incompatible wilh the othei^. But , still he thought the principle ought not to be brought to bear upon the tase of a pariicolar indi-viduol, should such there be, by any retrospective operation. If pending!; any election at this irio-ment, there be any indiviilual who would be affected by the clause, lie submitted lhat his case should be |)ut out of the sphere of the present io-strnction. Sir John Newport replied, that if it were manliest the duties of the office of Master in Chancery were quite incompatible with the duties of a Member of Parliament, then it was clear the person holding the one situation was utterly unfit for the o-lrer.- (//ear.) - He could .see no possible reason why Parliament should deprive lllose who were entiiletl to the services of^ public officer from the benefit of them. Could any itiaii doubt that a public officer of this description, who was sworn to perfnrin his duties, was ineligible to perform the duiies of another office, which also required consi* derable application.' A Master in Chancery was an officer of Ihe Crown, and, as such, liable for a'liv neglect or rennissuess in the performance of hi.i duty to dismissal-he would be dismissed if sucli a case of neglect of duty were bronght before Parliament. He admitted, that a particular case was now pending, which, in the event of one result, wonld place a Master in Chancery in a seat in Pailiament. To the sufpriae of every man, tliere was now a caqdidate for the reiiresentatioii of the riiy of Dublin (Mr. Eilis), in t!ie person of a ^entlt man, whose office, if he discharged tlie dnties'of it in the manner he was bound by oath to Bltend to them, rendered it quite impossible he c<'Uld give the attend.iiice in Parlinnent which ought and would be required of him by his con-s'llueiils. He was ihe very otlli'er wlio, in the evi-dente which he (Sir John) bad rea-i to the House, declated that bis dniies, as Master m Chancery, occupied hiin in his office for ten months 10 t!ie year, and indeed gave liim more or less business evf-ry duv, I'rorii one ei.d of it to the other. He of course did iio-l mean to make this re--olution retro-, spective, so as to prevent this Geiitlr-inai�, if le* turned, froi:n taking his seat ; but tinqiiestianably l-.e should require of him, in such a rase, 'o make bin option of resigning his office us a Master in Chance.ry-[Hear, Aeor)-the duiies of each being clearly incompatible. Mr. RoBCiliT Shaw must object to the admission of the instruction proposeil by the llight Hon. Bironet, liot that he thought the two office* of .Master inf'(j;hanpery and Member of Parliament tjoinpatibks, bub because he considered it would 1 e ifgreat fiardship that pending aii election the Hb'use of Coiniboas should, withtiut iireyious notice. ;