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British Press (Newspaper) - July 25, 1820, London, Middlesex will belpirformeil, Rosfite:fi�VoiVni&'^Wiia'sefiaggBJr*od, 'Wr. j, Russell; Fu�OaD,-Mr.i : THMEnt qpiiple; Sir Harry Wil.Iair, Mrs. l\!ardyu(tii^rHrsl,appearance in that character)-willi 'Tlie Prizk";'';^  A liew Comcdy/ls in preparation, and will be speedily ; produced^-- THEAtRE-ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA-HODSBj ~ strand, riHJS EVENING, TLTESDAY. .July 25, ; rwill Ije performBil, 6lb time, an entirely Bew Ojieratie j Dranfa.'iii'tlirep hcfs, cill#d' WOMAN'S WILL-A RIDDLE: Duke of Milan, .Mr. Huwb^ithain ;j Count Vrialili, Mr. Barlliy ; Ca-sarib,'Mr. Krariiiaii'; Corviiiu, Mr. Harley. PrincessClemeiitltie, Miss-Kelly jiDiicliess of Mantua,Mrs.. W. S. t:liaiterley; Jsnbel, Miss Care*. Tlie Eiiilogtie,in cliarBCter'jby Miss Kelly. To conclude vitbCTlh time, fit' this Theatre), the celebrated Exiravaeanza, iu two acts, called : DON GIOVANNF; 0'r,,A gPECtRE^ On t^ORSEBACK. Doo Giovanni, fllr.Peacraaii; Don Gjizipan, aud Ghost of himself, Mr. T. P: Gopke,; Don Octavio, Mr. Broadhurst; IJrid^r�>arn, Mr. WilkinsoiJi LeprrVllo, Mr. Harley. Douna Anna, Mi��;l. Stevenson; Biide, Miss.Wor^man. The spacipuK Saluoii has. been a^ain taolcfully 6 lied up with a liew design', reprcseniing an Illuminated t)rien(al (jardeil, and will be dpened'as'nsual 'nt Eiglil o'clock, for the admittance of the Second Pricej which commeuces at Nine. -a,- - . Doors opi^ at: Hilr-Jnist Six, aadthe Perfortrtance to be," gin at Sevpn,"'. .j'f : ' ' witii'Diih "iGiiivaijiiljUr A' Sptclre on HorsAacfeJ- ' A nc�� Roiiiantic Melo-draoia is in preparation. ..EXCHEQUER BILL OFFICE; July 24,182fr. TO BE PAID OFF, EXeHEQUER BILLS ilaied in J^,iaonthi of'defohe^^ Ve^ember, 1818, and Janunrp, February, andJlarch, 1H\% viz. 1818, ......�30,000.(100 bilto ........... 1._______ lf,600,(JOO � : The Lords CoMmisiiohctrs; of A'J Slajesti/'t Treamrif--having given, directionifdr^ymg'qff: the PxHUsipolof the ^af/iiie-'incnUoiied Eaciieqiicri'^iUs^ m\m TiitereH due thfrfOfit at the, Exchequer Receipt qfEr- idtHDap of Aufiml, .1820, ^Uerfdance will, hs.fliven rfo�y '{Smiayia^HoVidaytexctpie^Xv^^^ dndinclvSiingJ/on--dliiffMili Amut, 1820,/r6ni teno''cloci iri thenioi-riiig till oiuin the aftemoon,for t^ purpose ofreceiting IheiaHif ; uhdifqr'thegreater, diiSpatfJiji^eSet^ are desired to placp each .deicTipiion of BUh in sepa-l ydt'e JUsti ,fwhich are , to be obtained at .fhU .fificej, ^clctsiin'g thcA in '^Ico order' of their tetpectivf'pi^BS,: tKch^.iu are fori'fthe Mine'Ailidunt hiintf niimSicUtiyi grranigcd, wnd.^^^^iiig: thiiipHnifpal Sums,, and In-l ^tmceif^timiiinmidmfi/iie'i^^ rts'xcho'st.Thames are interleiiii the liilti^an prhslotislg to  praeurc'thi iind6pe)nmtfof.i\a:h Holders; and the Bear-: .ers p^re a(so .ihdispdifsablti required io'iihdorije,'each Bill: the the the Comiti (iiat?,ai Ohiio'ei6�itpri^Cifrtira*^a?the. Repori rjiit'tee for;the la� hiiIfJy�:i**rH fj^^ 'Sc. . ThC;,&iii!ipiM�p,\�4d ||iqbtic'iall lat^e; in ' ireiid'eriife'tiie "TeijVtJ'.^^^^^^^ * ~ ' ' ' .'liint-fdHlli^^^^....... ... .. �PaymeTil,dnd to receive thenew Bills, and give the Receipts forthe same. � If any.of tlie. Holders of the afbrenaid Bills should be 4(Mrous of receiving Payment of Ike Principal and Interest previous to the said ISth day of, they may be uccom-modaied.on computing tlfe fnierest to the'Day .on which they wish to be'pdid, and leaving the said Bills for exa-ninationo'te day prior thereto. Such Persons as may be'desirous of having neio Exchequer Bills'in whole, or in part of Payment of Principal, upon'marhing^nevo Bills, and mentioning th" Ambitnfht 'the hoilom of their Lists, delivered on-or before Slondiiy, the Ulh 'August, hiay be accotnmodafed with 7icw Bills, payable to . . ur^Ordcr, carrying an Interest af Tvso-pence by the day, on every Die Hundred Pounds, which said new Bills will bear date the said ISlh day cf August, and viill be delivered, together with tiie interest,due in respect of the Bills so. desired to be exchanged, on. Saturday, the 19fh day of August, and the following days. The Exchequer Bills to be issued in exchange^ and made payable to or Order, as above mentioned, may be either trfintferred by endorsement, or paid to the Bearer,if the Blank shall not be filled up. , N.B.-All Exchequer BHUdated prior to October, 1818, tare been lidvertisid to be paid off. � lit fittViie' �rip.liint- foi--lie Males bW&bw^^^ PrisbiV Discipli'^f 3i3�Jyj'#Ve'e�P^^ iSe purposes for.; which � if!wan tw^blfsibwii. ;fii�it two jyeaf�, oije; .hundred-and rt\�ci(ty'Jv&it��/wan^^ , rescued' ffAta � \-\ce oV wfRlfI.ifdjif�R^;!j'a,ve,Jit^j^^ dividuals,.wrthinCitsi piptec^^^ tlws; Refiiige fdr; uildttrtltt; same re{^fatHm'8S'4h'�p%jefe^>6T^^^^^ The svms already,. Btihstr^bef},^jiaveon^rhls bi^|(]i^S[, ;^qd'tti>,Coinmi'ltee cannot propped to c'ompllite. il,' iiij/KeYpttrpS'sca^pf the healthful niid proGlub!ei'ihptu}1iieiit'i^B rpnliaiitWu^^^ of (birty females, without-ihe rarfheriaid.'of ^t 1eWi3d,ilie public, 'shtfpld dot long re. main in an unfinished stale,, the Cpinmi'tec^rnestly sillicit the coutributjons' of the Giivrriipi-* and IlieV'public, which will be iliankfu'lly arknowWillied^'by the Trea'jurer, Edward Forstcr, Esq. No. 6,%t:=. Heieo'siplace, Bislidjitgaie.slre^t; by any Member of the Contmittc)?;' Ibe Sei^ i&)herl Crosby, . Secretary, Hoxlon-scjuarv;. the-C^llecl6t,Alir9hBm �rallrt, 5, Carlisle-place,. L.-tmbel|i,; or ..the Superiutendvnts, Mr. Joseph Hdskiiis, Kvfiige," Hackney-road, and Mr. Peter . Bew!.,. Hoxton. , , . . The Report forthe last year,'w|lh a list of new Sub-jcribeni,.'&c. &c.maybehad upon application at the Bjr of Lloyd's^ Coffee-hoiise and;, City -pffLoudon :Tavern^ of Mr. Asperne, bitukieller, CoroJjHI^. Mr.'flalcbard^ Piccadilly;. .Mr". Phillips, George-yard,'Lorobard-atreel; Messrs. Riving-tonK, St. Pau^s'ChuVch-^ard;'_'Mr. SlocU'dsle, Pall-mall; and at cithrr establishmeni of the RefUge". By order of tire- Cotbmittep, ROBERT CROSBY, Secretary. I'lig rfie ptnyer (It her M.'ajestv' Mnjesty fti^"'^^. "T� Btitl jilace should be IJoril EtiSKiNE-" Place only." The Lo.ap jUhancsj.lor, io coptiniiafion, said, that cases vf impeachment^ Frtrjiarueut hud Jiever or/Jeri�g*'|hat lii.v time>aod (iJace of .ev^ry^acishotild: he specified. In runes ol-hiinh .tr^a|ionr fbp plage was-meniiofted for the purpose of .tayiitgihe ventiit,:aad "ivin^,ajliriis^fciioii, and' 'it..waik,�onipeteiiMu gaiflto (>rd>^i(f:�]i^QVer.t act.r the Ueniaml for. and great -Jlien^lVldfefiTedfrpm, the use of PINDlN's PATENT TRUSSgS, ,w|tljp(lt,metallic.spri,ugs,G and CO. beg leave id loiiforin the PubMc,'lhiit their Aiaiiufaclory is noV at Ko.'SOO; Flltet-stretC These Triiascs are Kighty approved of by ibeHiosI emij^ent Soriniuns ip town and country, and riMomtnVnded"phv,a�count of their great and uniform pressure, wilhotittiiiafliig. -' Respectable references caii be' giveil tj'iiuixeiiit anditherg,.wjm.liiive provedlheir good effects. � - ---i.�.'.>1...0� ,vnrn tfiiT'i* ilie'decidcd BANK OF ENGLAND, July 20, 1820. THE^epURT of DIRECTORS qf^Ae �!^15J>VERN.0R and COMPANY of the BANK of JjJjgSliAND give Notice, �^^hal Proposals in writing, sealqd up. (with the names of the' Parlies proposiPg written' on llie outside), will he received by the Secretary, od or beforaTCESDAY, liiBlant, at Tjielvc o'clock, from such P.-rsons a^ may be willing to supply the Bank with THREE'Hi;NJ?1t^.and FIFTY DOZEN:PO.q^pS_C>F-eANDLES, to be deli-' vered in the illonnis'of SeplMrilTFf'a'iidTO'clober next. S,imples of the Candles uiayrbe seen ut the Storekeeper's Office every day (Holidays excepted), belweeu Ten and Three.iopled that' of f BOTANIC OJU" iai* mote appiop'riatejit being made" fi-Jtm^inaHHscript recipe pf^Culpeper^ the Celebrated Eng. Wliefe.the Ilair li�s. fajlen off:from, .pej'spiration, c&auge lif .cliniale, &�. the Botanic 'Oil will ini'all|bl j rc-H";-^ it.' I'll ordiiiai'y cases, 4'7vington, No. 62; St.. Paul's! Churchjyard, anf) No. .1, VVaterloo-iilace, _Pall-'lrn1i'n v'eBlm-?'--v JMPEKIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS, MbijjbAT, July 24. The Lord CH-iNCELLOR look his .seat �mi .the Woolsack ut hail'-ipasl three!o*c|pck. The Riiyal Ai-seiti was give'tt by ComiBisgion io the followiiif; Bill^, viz. , " . The'Bpyal Taniity.'Annuities; ApprbpHatiofr, Exchequer Bills in Aid, King's Servants, Tpbaccp LicCniies, Asses^eVl Tuxes Coipposition,. Allen, London.Itlililia,' Army'Prize Money, Navy Pri:5e,Mone;y,,,,Post-.H6rsiB Duties, Savbig Banks, Murines Relatives, Bank Notes, Labourers' Wage^, East India Vulunieera, .Spipts*'^IiitercDurse -(Ireland), Tenants' Recovery (Ireland), DiinSgliadefe 'and Port THitrick (Ifehin.1),' Bte:^n' tXcimi^lXielism^ landV, Insolvent Debt^jf1^ (ftclal^d)?timatie-A^^ land), Pellew'.s Divorce, and Tonilfini's l^ottery Bills. ! On the motion of lite Earl of jLtNe'iucK, the Irish Chancery Bill was read the third time aiti-'passed. The Insolvent Debtors' Bill was rrod the third time, with amendments,-and passed. '''-?; ' � � the queen;. Lord.ERSKlNE saiU, he held in ftis band a Pi^ti-tiitii'ffbiH her Majesty iKe' QtteCTt, thtr prayer whi'cli he considered hoth just niid reuspnable. O.p former occasion he had. eserci'se^ his privileges ,i as a Peer, in siippoiliiig Iter 'Majesty's "r�'que8l to . be iillowrd a list of the witnesses whis neVe to be exHiiiiiied iif^ainat her. It was ubt,fpr him to set up his individual opinion airainst the jndginetit of the House, but he hiid a ri^^ht ,t6-sny he latnented the decision which their Lordships had come toon that occasion. Her Wajesly now reques;tefl that a Kpe-cificHniii'i of the place or places, .where the iprimi-iittl acts were saiti to have beelicniiimilted, should lje-coinntnnic.iletl to her J^Rlajeitty's Ailorney-Ge-iieral. If this shoul.d b^; deniedj it would' he tni-pnssible for her iMaj.>-sty to: tie prepared to meet the accu-atioii, without brtn'gitig' fo.r,w,5rd every witness who for, tlie lusf .six years in>i;i)t.. have had ail upportti'nity ,�f observiujj her Miijp�ty\ conduct^ .Tbi's demand of her [ IVlajesly he was 'in hopes the House woulilgtail^t;.of; grace, without the' necessity tif lifarirtg^'llW argpmrnta of her iVlajestyNC()ui��eL at t^Wl^^^ H beg to reibitid their Lortlships t|i'at they liad riow* done whh analotfies-analpgies TijHich it wig' said wei-e. at war with eqiiiiy. He'was tiot presulpin'g. to charge an iiiiproper uMti^Slfi^Ps ''^"^".^.^^ ."^1^" gaiibi) bad beeb niade, Vt'wiif iiic'iiiib^ tlieir Lbrdsliips to see that: no' atnattgreii ^ere f olltiwetl'sb implicitly as to beibjtirroDg't* tlJfe'ends i>f jtistice. He knew Hot: whatplaceifieit!Vl^jfestv,b in, but it was aiiiyer�ally-knd7Jivifi'iit;slie in various place% liiidViwaSfli^jpefor^ttiterlyimpo8si> ble her Majesty'cotil(ir%&^t.^^^^ iwithbut the iufordnnttoii-whif:!! shli^tti^ requiV^d 'was giveo to her. The Noble Lbifrt^^^-ifrtnuoo^ly, d^^^ the mode of prt^cedure proj^Osi^dttVb^ a^^ and he ^ifolesttid ftoiii ibe'bbribrti'#hi8' in hid opiiiioti their Lordships, ;b^^ would take awiiy iVtimiilte dtgtti and honour of the'House. He. bbiiebted^iiid^ to their sending ftirthtO. the; i�ot^^^^^^ (if such it thiglit be' calledy tsk^iV. with^ ^^u�| check of crbssi^e^amiiiaiioii^ iljr^^t^^ 'coflifse t6*- be ': ttjdopted, their Loi^dibijiakw^^^ plac- i) ed in  0 Mtuaiioii if difiictil�yi{ ,1?^ they to ' be abroad^utid'ih cotntiiutii^ ? If that werie ' the we,; iirise to ,,pf;. trca^ni .ofi the ��me\,^rt-i "TiJMnt''�qanties,'"(jo^ Was proved in the one �odiily; itamt^f^. ; so also' in 'pactions-., for criminal :�oave.- He wished to have pointrtl out what the inconfenience would be of giving a clearer specili-ciitibn gjT tlie' clVar^e ; be was not sure that it would 'nbt%e inbre.irdvantageoas fur the person accused to have tim.i; atlbwed fo"prepare'the defeitce after the Bill shbuid liaye bebh'iread a second time. But the quesft^bn ' for their Lordships* consideration was, which was the most prbpiir mode lor the discovery of the trtfth'.^-fHiar.'/iebr.)-it was the diiiy of those who had refused theiiat'of witntis^es, and who were opposed to the present libotion, to prove that that mode bf ^tac^eding wbtild be less consistent with the end�'bf^abiitantiVe:|iiBiice, than the iiitlsrposiiion of a grAf delay bttwteh the ciwe of ihe accusation and thederelice^ Ir�^buldadd iioother to the many difficulties of the piresent' proceeding, that in ca.e a fflajtfrtty'or their Lbrdahips thottid agree with him that a dearer tpecifkliCioD was necessary, to whom were they to go for it ? . Their Comteittee ivas no lohgfer* in e�>'�tenbe. The Bill Was, by a Resolution of-that /HbuM, t9 be cottveyed to his Ma- a c!^a|fcr.ep,eciBCatit>n, rather tlnm to grant a long au{d be-�ny. diirtcl lui-ilntiy between the prbeeedjiigght to grunt what would be considered as a slight compensaljoii, viz-, the Ji'peciticrt-lion of place. He would reniiiid thiir LuidsnipM lhat it was necessary not only to administer sub-slantial justice, but that lliry ought to avoid t'l*^ appearance of injustice ; and he submitted that a too rigid appearance lo fotnj'would have tb.-it ap. peurance in tlie public eye. � - Earl, BATH0R8T said, that those who pressed unreasonable applications, and not those-wl.o resisted them, were the occasion ufithe- p.ubh'c mind being, prejudiced, Ttie application now made could B&t be available Ibrdier:Majesty's defence. Supposing it granted, and Milan were specified as one of the plathis; but her Majesty having been hc Milan in the years 18l6, laiT^ 1818, and 18i9� how could it be useful for her'Majesiy's del'euce, since she could not tell in what pan of ihe tirsc or the lasl year she was charged? It was llierefore altogether nonsense In talk of that as necessary to her Majesty's defence as the proceedings were lo he regulated ; aiid if they had now betTi  four or Hvb days advanied in the investigation, winch, according to her Majesty'.s lirmaml, they would imve bfrti, then this application woulil have' been tqiialiv futile.  - Lord EaSKlNE rose in reply, and said, lhat he . had heard iioibing in the argumtinis which tiad been urged against the prayer ct llie Petition whtcli altered his.original opinio-n re'speiJling its justice and propriety. It was staid lhat there Was no aua-logy respecting the claim now made and tlie u. ' form practice in the Cunrts below in cases of higii treason, or the usage of /'ailiament upOJi occasioim � not diSisiuiilar to that now tieforif ihrir Luidships.- ^He had alluited :ia the practice'iirother Courts, not ;for the-purpose.of i-ecointMentlnig it for their spe-'|CilLc, adoption, bat to impress upon them the pro-jpfiety of bringing theirmode of proceeding in such ;u case as this as'near'as possible to. that pursued' junrier llie eye of Uhe Judged .tdiSewhWBj provided 'thst.Ro: bringing it did nut iuierfete yitb Uie due ndminislraliou of their Lordships': justice. The Noble Earl opposite (BaChuis') htid eaid, lie could ;