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British Press (Newspaper) - June 6, 1820, London, Middlesex (Jo �i Number 5460. LONDON, TUESDAY^ JtWE 6, 1820. Prick 7tl. Kiya-S THEATHE. THIS EVENING, TUESDAY. J.i"f 6, will be perrormpH Romini's fivovi-ite Op^rB, cnlitldd CENEllENTOLA. V.xii of llie first Act. � �Di�erli=�'m�'nr. After llie Opera, firs! liin^, n iiei� Gratiil Ball' l; roinponed l>y M. Hiilliii, Billet Master, �iilUl�.l CEI'HALE ET'I^ROCRIS. Willi entirely new Sniiery, Drcner, Decorations, &c. rmiATllK-ltdYAL. liltUnY.f.ANR. THIS EVRNINti, TUESDAY, Jtitw? 6. ; his MnjcslyV Servants will perform, Ibe Oimeily of RU LE A WIFE AND H A V E A . VV.I F E. Duke of Medina, Mr. Holland ; Don Juan, >Ir. E^roRrd ; Copper Captain, Mr. Rutuell; Alonzii, Mr. Vl'iiinir; Leon, Mr. Kean. Nargaritta, Mrs. Orger;;Estifanh, Mrs.- Glover. After which (61I1 time at this Theatre}, an �x.lraragituza, called GIOVANNMN LONDON. Don Giovanni,.Madame Vcstrio; Leporella^ Mr. Harley; nir. Florentine Finickiu, Mr. Barnard; Mr. JDepuijr En(;lish, jir.Gattie; ])raiiieiiidr'y,'Mr. Butler. Mrs. Leporetio, Miss Vovry; Miss Coiislanlia Quixollev Min Carew ; Mrs. Enj;-lish, Mrs. OrEcr; Mrs. Drainemdry, Mrs. Hertowe. The Box.OlBeewlil be open from ^Ipveu liil^Kire o^^laci^ -Placear to ^Xslrea �ir,Mr:itOd�r^ flmt'^fioQk^lEeepier;' O/i Thnrsday, Wild OatSj wtib i.,,. a laon 26,'Oxford-street, r FOUR OF �30,000 IN THE WHEEL, AND ONLY ONE DAY TO DRAW. CARROLL, Ihe Coiiiructor, trratei'ully thanks the Public for their Patronage, arid begs lo express bis 'happiness ihat bis plan lo guarantee Purchasers of Tickets and Shares between 18th May and Ist June from Risk on Hie Ist June, received such universal approbaliun. CARROLL culreats those Purchasers at his OfBrcs who ioleiid returning their Tickets and Shares, lo faMur bim with them as soon as convenient, for all Ihe Tickets having been sold before Ihe Ist of June, lliere will be iiune, except such Tickets and Shares as may be returned lo meet Ihe de. raand fur the Last ahp oairt Day or DaAwiMs, which noBl probably will greatly exceed the supply, as the annaia of Lotteries cannot furnisban instance in euy way approaching to the PRESENT STATE OF THE WHEEL: FOUR GRAND PRIZES of �30,00l� EACH! WITH 58 OTHER CAPITALS, Money and Consols ; and ALL MUST AE DRAWN ON FRIDAY, 23d JUNE, Wheii ihe Lottery finishes.' CARROLL brgi lo acquaint those who intend returning their Tirkels or Shares, that, should either of tbe^umbrra relumed be drawn One of Ihe Four 30,000i. Prizes, the Pei~ son so reluraiiig the Ticket or Sbare gives up all claim lu the 30,000/. Prize, or indeed lo any other Capital or Prize Ihat tbe..Nifaet Curt for BilioHf Affeelioa aod Obftractian in BRITISH GALLERY, PALI.MALL. THIS GAI.LERYr with mi EXHIBITION of POR-nCAITS of aimiiieoisltMl I'rrsniTs int'lke History and Lileralurc of llie United Ki�j{do*n, LS l>PE>f DAILY from Ten in the Muruing till l^ivt'in thcEveufiii;. (By Order) JOHN y'lJNG,'Ki^|Mr. ' Admission, Is.-Cataloguei:, Is.- Descriptive ditto, a�. . ' VAUXHALL. raio-vioRROw, \Vedjws.i�v, J�..e 7. '"i^w GAP�I)ENS having heen isrrally improved aDd.VsU' lified, will i)|ipn for the Sramii, with a series �f variril, nnyel, and splendid Enlerlaiiiment!!; eomprisiiig n eraiiA Concert ofMiscellaneuBs Al,i|�ic, ^elei led from the Works �f. Handel, and other esteemed Alasler". Priiiripaj vocal Fer-formfWMts.Blanil, Miss p.rvey, Mrs. Aoilteii, Mr;'C Taylor, Mr. Collyer,~aud j\lr.^aw i .Orgiiiv, Mf. Htiok ; ;(*ader of llie Band, Mf. F. W^re. At the end of'the First Ai;t Madame and Mademoisellf Snqu'i, with Madt-miiiselU Afdelte', w;ill exhibit their admiieil Performaiiees; trad at/Sii�>eon-riusion of Ihe. Conceit will �iicr�ed a briUianl iUiy>tny of Fireworks, by Sigudra Hengler, wheii Madame S -.-:-?��,'.'. .-^-^--�-;--W . -Tv UND^R LUMfeDIATE ROYAL PATROfJAGE., , PATENT AROM A nc ICE POVVdER, �u improved principles, for instantly producing rich effcrvescipg Beverage, which, fur elegance, .celerUj, economy, and general efficacy, cannot be surpassed, re-cumihended by llie Fncnily in prefeniice to Lemonade', Sudii, or other Mrphelic Compounds; it is infinitely calcu-laied for Ihe Dining Table and all lar;e Afseinblies, and is proved an iovalnable -resource to the Tourist aud Voyager. Sold only by, the Inventor, T. MORRIS, Chemist and Druggist, ICS, Jcrmyii-slrret, opposite S(. Janies''s Church, in packets, containing IR glasses fur 4>. 6d. and large boxes, -of 100 gUsses, for One Guinea. RURAL IMPROVEMENTS.-Theatleniioii of Noblemen and Gentlemen eii^aeed io,'or contemplating the improvement of tUeir eroutids, is reapeii!lfallj( solicited to inspect THO.MAS CA TO and SON'S INVISIBLE FENCE, a cheap and eleeaiit encloiiira for parks, lawns, shrubberies, and oruamenlal walks, guaranteed lo alTurd e0ycliial resistance lo ileer and t^ of grazing stork; also rendered impervious to hares and rabbits, where the protection of Bowers and exotics is required'. This properly,, ei^clusively attached to the .principle of Ihe Invisible Fence, must be j'lstly and highly'apprrciated; also, lo their li^hl Iron Hurdles, for a temporary division of pasture land. S|tecimens submilied at the Alanufactory, 80, Holborn-hill, opposite St. Andrew's Church. A new invented Portable Garden .Seat, Plieasantrics, Aviaries, and Wire Coops, for preserving, partridges and poultry from vermin ; Wire Bordering for flower beds and clamp*; fasbionable Brass Wircwork for libraries and drawinp-rooia windows; fly.{iroofWirework for dairies and larders, with every article in ^^^e iron and wirewqrk department. , MR. LTSONS'S LIBRAttr. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. EVANS. . At bis Hoose, Vo. 9�, Pall-mall, THIS DAY, TUESDAY, June 6, and Six following Days (Sunday ^cepled),. THE Curiotia and Volnable LIBHARY pt the late'SAMUEL LYSONS,' &q. IncWdlog GougS's Sepulcbral JMiniuments, 6 volt.:; Fabj^ui'a iClwanicIiniiiMt cdJt;iMi,Tirn'on,:i6|llectioii8(very rare); Capgrave's Nova Legenda Angliie; Wynbyn de Worde, (rare) 1516; Picart's Religious Ceremonies, 7 vol�. largie paper; all Hearne's Pnblicalioiis; Carter'a County of Cambridge (rare); Aodei-son's House of Yvery, 2 vols, (rare); &c. &c. I MP a RIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS, MovCAY, JuvK 5. APPEAL. mrs. mary ANNE MAJBNDIE, FORMERLY mary ANNE  ttOVTLEDGE, WIFE OF HENRY ttillliam, BISHOP of SANOOB, ./4;ip^/an( ; -niLUAM tAohas carri;tbers, Uetpondenf- The Allcirney-General, Counsel fur the Appellant, was heard'inrreply in tliiscase, Ibe circumstances of which we have already reported. Mr. Brogden and several other Members of Ihe House' of Cummdns brought up the Jamaica Trade Regulation Bill; the Cape of Good Hope Trade Bill; Ibe Malta Shipping Regulation Bill, and several private Bills. .They were severally read a first lime. PAPERS. BIr. Irving, from the Cnsloni-lioiise, presented an Account of Wines of every description imported into this country from the year 1785 up lo the present period. ' On the motion of tlie Marquis of Lansdown il was ordered lo be printed. . . Mr. Thomas, from the Penitentiary House, Miltbank, presented the annual Report of the Institution, and also a copy of its rules and regulattuos, MR. C0B9Errs PETITION. Lord Holland stated iTiat their Lordships had receiveA severat pelilionii, numerously signed, complaining of the ^islresa of the country. The one be Iwd now lo present was only pigned by an individual. It was not bis inleulion to ground any molio'u on it; be could, however, vouch to their LordcbipB that it was couched in proper ami respectful language. Il tvas the |jflitiou of Mr. William Cobbeit'. The Nobl& Lord llien moved that il should be read. Il complained of several Acts .passed by Fa-liameMl by which.tneau* ' the �alue of iniim-y has risen; lhal.iu the year 1813 be morleaged an estate of his, in Suulliamplun, fur 13,000/, but "on account of the rise of the. value �f money, be wb nut able to pay tlie interest of Ihe murlgage, and was compelled lo let Ihe Mortgagee into possession. The petition, |bece-fure, prayed, Ibal ttie current moury of the country might be reduced lo Ibe same .value il was in Ihe year 1813. On the molion of Lord Holland, the |teti|iun was lai)l qd Ibe table. Adjourned. , _ HOUSE OF COMMONS, Monday, June 5 for hew liraitrciidiiv Id agrittill^e.i^Bpa^'.aBd laid 6a the ' ^r. James, the new MetBbi>r'fur CarKate, took the oaths And bi* seat. t ' ; , -!,.:.: yiQoufrxK. . A Petitio^wu presP|ilpd.(r9m,tbBMercfalintsaf Mofttrusfl, 'praying fur a repeal of ne do'tf On wool.-Read, aud laid on (he'labl�.  > " ' CORN. LAWS JfJDJflmEIGN'-T^^ .., ' Mr. DiioOALc prea^^^S^^MIon froAi the Chamber of Commerce of Birminah��ii(,^mjiuii; tlief Houiie to tesM Ibe altemjils of the AgricAlinri^/^ltfs raise the ftfir^ of .corn ; and lb apjMinI a Cuiiim|liere('e-nu�prrmtltrdli>.��l�fdr'the election of Members QfPariiameni for^heciHint/^^f Tprki.nor for ibe borough of Kibgstoa-upoii-Hulti/Biid: {praying tbu, if tb�. right of sendiikjl^u Medtbers lo PailbiroeBt .'abbiild be transferreit firom the boroughofOriMBpoii^^lptbie-.county of York, the Pctllionrfs sWId gi�ined^|f^t*tt^^ t|ie two Mciii�fei��^ jo�i^'Mffii^^^ . Ma roteirt��a$W mrVwifdSMood^ tit twife ilbir^in �ot^lem-plaled by Ih^ PelitioD�r*.sbould ^ to, a Contnillee,. lo. pro~ pose a clause forlileta^ualing of fheifdesirea. , . Mr.'.SiKes then prc^led a siianiar iP�llioB froia-an in. dividaat in the same jlisCirn, which^.gs well, as the ^'orraeic^ was read, UM do ibe tattle, aud ordered to be' printed. TIMBER TkADE. General Gascatne iireseiited a Petition from the MerchaiitB of Liverpool coti^rcted with the trade in^, against any alieration in the exist-ill); dutiey oii..,thi>i article, and ex|iTeued his coii-vicfiun th'iit'the lonerlng of the dutW on timber from'the.BaTtic, wo^ld prove highly injuripu* to the'ahippitig: interesta and general trade of the co'oiiiry. ' , After a Moglp observation from Sir Isaac-buildera tionduciiog lousiness along the Thames, said, that it was signed, with the exception of one, by a menaber of every, firni from one end of that River to the other. The facts of their CB�e Were, that whereas they had oi>ce employed IO,OQO men, tfrcytiow employed not more than one-third of that titoinber; and they conceived that the coii|eqiienceT9f lowerfng the duties on the importafitm of timbisir front the Baltic wonld still further dejpress their ^rad�l ' Read, laid on the tiible, and'ordered to printed.' Mr. Wt^ �aid� he.:f a* tntravted with a nint� Petiiioip froai,.,ttie, |i|i.owBer�. iof thePprtpfr Lnt\don, most .numnoiisre and reip^lably s'�||i|ed||, aiid iti^y'stated, tltat, in their opinioo^ |ny. alters of ttie eitistiiii; duft�^Keail f ad laid on 4he table. iTbenme Huliuiirable GeotleBiau preseuled a Peli.lipn fmm tbe Ofcupters of Laad in Ibe coottty of Essex, prajfiaif bei�ee�-tilts :' Colotoie*. for the navy, employing at present aboat seveiiteeh theusand men, aBfi three hundred and forty thob-' sand tons of shipping, the freight offwbich ainouhtJ ed to one inillion four hundred', thbosand pounds. It was understood that it vtas for tha purpose of conciliating the Northern Powers tlia't the redaction on Baltic timber was contemplated. Now he thought tl>at 8uch mis the freedom of the press in this country, and so great the circulation of oar newspapers on the -Continent, that it n^uft be well and universally known there, what difRcultiea we experienced in raising a rievenue eitiier by way of taxes ordutiesi and tliat,"'therefore,,no fore,igh::y liis'Hnn^ Friend opposite (Mr. A. Baring), The Petitioiiers ^thtre stated, tbat. they ought to con�ihe was af opinion that we should conStutt.ihe ittterMta of ourselves and our Colonies firsC^J^xt the House was told tha't the co'n'tinuaiic^_.^f t^s ta�'iprbdoced and. kept up frelings iirjeal^iiiii|^moiig Coreig^ powers. But hedid ttot see tiow.thi^-^^mld be� fo^r^he fbuiid that states aniversitlly laid j9^:0ulies,t^r ib^ protection of iheiir own'ptbiliice.-'JC ilnring Tlie wnr,' shiit ns out froco intetcburse with the whole of Eurbp^ ;'oiir. spirit and enterprise di>^ covered iiew channels uT U^de, w^icli enabled iis lo bring the ihighty'strujggle iiL,wiiinb We 'Were engaged to uauccesiiful issue; ao4 Were We now t�t sacrifice these lo. court' cortimerde from w}tich we had been before excldiied ? \Ve paid certainly len freight on Baltic thaii Americant.iinber^ biit we paid . a higher price; we paid higher freight ph Armericftn tifiriier, but leiii price, ait that' the result'cime to the sahie thing. Shonlci! th� liilr^ratipn contemplated be carrinl into'ei&ct(. liyiikfifths of thei ship-pi|ig emidpjreJ'iii the tr'adeWoald be thrown into thetiawls of Ministers.' What wotti4 become df the 17^00 seamen no�r employed in that service ? they would either go i^to the other cPttHL tries, aud increase their strength on onr proper element, or woald-be tliroWnMck on t^is country ill a state Hf starvation, linif tmraiigdient Che preii aeiit pressure of our t>oor r4ti^^f The qoeation did ,iioticoneerii the commtrcial^iiitemttalpiif ih'e dniie* f for that wo^Id probably he but the coinmencemeiit of a system. The. fstablishineiit of the principK;-,of taking away rr-slrictiop' in llie r^se'pf IrinW, would perhaps oiily pnve Ihe wiiy for (he' abolitiiin .; a few wordy. The Hou�! had considered: emigration to be a in titer of such im-p'oriancp, .tliat thry had last yfiir voted 50,000/. lo cqnvey emigrant* to the Cape of Goml Hope. Now f .Very coiisiilerHble degree oreinii;ratioii was carried on by meaits of the liinher trade with our North American Colonies withont any expense to the cotpo-try. The motto under .which vre had Irithertn fought and conquered was jHeit el JIfon Droit, He triltted we should still observe it to the enlargement of onr prosperity, aiVd resist all innovalious. Mr. Marryatt then quoted the opinion of Dr. A. Smith in vttpport of the wisdom apparent in oar naviga� lion.Jaws, -� -, �.�s''^ 'I.. '�'-'>??:^.'' Mr. A. BASrvG said it was not his in^ehlt.on to ngdn"Tl>e Hotlse,-but he triisted hesiiould be indulged'with a few words. Notwit;bstaD(iing the observations of rtie Hon. fJetttleman on th^ Pe� tition he had had the honour to' present (and which it was his intention, after Ihe present iqueiition should be disposed i>f, to move with the olhbrs oU tlie same subject to a Coramiite^^ without, howev*>r, prefacing, his motion wiih any observations), he believed.that with ihe excepifon of Ihe timber trade, there was-, no opinion stated, or no view taken therein which did not meet with the concurrence of the Pelitioners in the present instance. They were a body of Gentlemen whole opinions, on any qaestiow, were entitled to very great respect-they should have every opportunity of staling their views before the 'Committee, and having them fully aud catididly discussed, and he stionM much regret that a difference of opinion should ultimately exist. But the resolutions of the Committee, whatever thry might be, would be the foundation of measures to be brought before the House; and he thouglit that it would be best .to reserve Ihe discussion of the question of Baltic timber till that period should arrive. The Speaker said, that an-order had been made by the Hoose at tbe beginning of the Session, that orders of the day should have precedence of mo. tioos on rartain days-Monday was oite of those days. On the paper there appeared 17 birders, two ofr^ich (Trobably were of more importance than ao^ notice on the same. With referetirei there-fot�, to the intentioii Mnonnced by the Hououra-btt^^ember (Mr. Baring) it was for him to con-^iai|^-s*hefh�'i if he should at that time of the bring aflrhis motion, he could answer for 'aMK#''nonr,MeiDbmr(ibBtaiuirig from observations, .though he might for himself.-^/fear.)'^Besides, this conraewflmld leave the House in oneertaiiity �-"Mf.'IBf'l*.' TAvtoi said, that being an old Metnber of the House, he coaid uot help sayihg thategged leave to inquire whether there was any foundation for the romour ? ' The Chancelloa of the ExcHEauGB replied in rather an under tone of voice. He was oiider-lood to lay, that no alt,eralipn iii tbe duty iu ques-tiPi) was cuntemplated during the present yi�"t but that ppssibly circumstances might render aoch a measure necessary in tlie aacteediiig. one. The CUANCELtOtt of th|E EXCBEQDER j^tpon-ed tlie furtber cousidera^pp of the Repprt tipou the Cxcheqaer Bills Bill iiotil Tbil'aday next; and also Ihe Cbinmilteepf Way* aiul Mea^s uqtil Well-iwsday. ^ COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN TEADB. Oq. ttiii motieu pf Mr. BAMNa,  SlellBCt Com- mittee wa* npjiointed to consider the best nieatis "f nmiulaining and improving the foreign Itailr nf tliii oountry, and lo r^Jort their opinions aiicf oliserva-tiona thereupon to the House. The tiillowmg Members were ininiediutely nominated to the Cuin-mittee t- ' Mr. Baring ' Mr. Robinson The Chancellor of llie Ex- ehe(|iier Mr. Kirkman Fiuluy Mr. M'i|�,, Mr. VVilmot Lord Allhurp Mr. S. Bourne luird Ca.llrreagh Mr. Tieni^^ Sir John >'i wport Mr Uvii'g Mr. r��iiiiitt� Mr. faU�l�iuiie Mr. Keith DuMgUs Mr. Aslell Mr. Lamb. Oil the motion of Mr. MAattYAl'T, tiie name of Mr, Alexander Robarts was added to the Com-iniuee. The Petitions presented lo the House from-the Merchants, Maiiofacturers, Ship-owners, aud Ship* builders, weie ordered to be referred lo the said Committee, " Lord John Rcssbll said, that ill rising to move Ihat iHe'Hoose. do go into a Committee nfioii the GrampaoiKl Disfianchisemeiit Bill, he frit it on-necesitary. to state; Ihe reasons wbiciv induced him lo press thi� Bill. Ill doing so he uvnwrd his readinci^ to ngree to any amendment whicli kept that principle of llie transfer in view, whicli he thought Wits the chief valued the Bill. When he said thi.i, he begged at the same time to stale, that he would directly oppose any motion of if-structious to rettrict lo the hundreds the right il' voting forfeited by ihe, corrupt electors of Gram-pound. So the priiitipU of the transfer was kVi t in view, be repeated, iliat he cared nor where th.-fruiicliise ��s tTaiii>rerreil, wlieSlier to Northumberland, to'Yorkubire, Surrey, or Essex. Wc V3�f^y not help snying, that the conduct of hi* Mvi^nl^ Ministers was in iliis BiU such a tissue of wav^rrnj; and incoi�'istenc-y, tJiat no ' independent .Memt^ could set any value Upon wlialever course thay took to iiigtjt..-/"//ear-y Mr. Smith said, that the cliief merit of this Bill was, thai it look a practical view of the qneslion of Reform, it nffurded a specific and clear and ilislihrt-remedy, aad discouiraged all'those' wild and visionary and detestahle attempts u't remodelling tbW entirely apjirnved of tibV principle oftbe Billj,V.�uid'ltiotf^. ihe pfoblfe1t�d who mtrodttced ir eiitiile'd "to, the" tfiaiiba of" hi* country for the indefatigability, talent, antlf perseverance, with which hi&.had conducted this question.-ff/enr, henr.)-With respect to the disfranchisement of Grampound, he thought that ail had agreed upon that.-/'ijear.^-There was no borough precedent which described such a tissue of corruption as existed in tbe Borough of Gram� pound. It was unexampled in its lone and extent, and to such a degree, that the man who daredf To propose the bribery path at the eleclion, rani jBh risk of losing his life. As to the precedent thi* Would set of granting a right to a borough by Par-Tiament, this tiitd been done on former occasions. It was done at Ourharo, Chester, .the WetsU Counties, and cither places ; so that there would be no novelty in the course now about to ke pursued-it would be exactly that which had already been taken. The Honouitable aad Learned Gentleman then entreated that Membtrs "ho felt aa> he did the necessity of shewiug their indignatioiv aS^^ the corrupt conduct of the electors gf (jirampouii.clis would not divide ppon the point of nhere lite transfer should be made, but would principally take care that Grampouinl should be totally and radically-^/l"/ougAy-di>frBiichiseil. With respect to the Ridings of Yorkshire, lie rather wished that county to have four Members than two. But nf Grampound the example oughl to be made com�^ plele__.(Hear.) On the motion being put from the Clialr, tbat the House do resolve ilself into the Coinmiltee- Mr. DAViEsGiLnERT rose and said, tbat enough had passed to convince him he could not be ao-fgr-tunate as to obtain an unanitnous assent to ibe pro-)v>s)tion he was about to make. H^begged to be distinctly understood as not lo say di>eword iigainst the total and effectual disfranclusenaent i-f Gram> pound; he believed not one word cou|dl>e said against the notorious corruption that prevfiM^ tliere for a course of years. The only thiiig llw|^iiiiidesired was, to take care in providing a remedy'pit'lo countenance the opinion so frequently used in the discussion of this Bill, tJtat they were fair, one-moment tolerating a -measure uf Paitiameutary Reform, in the popular sense in wbich.KUch a luea-^ sure was understood.-(Heart hear,, hear.)- He would not, in applying the specific remedy to. which lie allnded, depart from Ihe sound-precedents they hnd to guide liieiu, anil create, aii 'in-juttons one, which might lead ip the most daiHc^rnua-innovalious. IT they once buffered themselves to be milled by notioos of popular reforiu in this iii'� stiiice, they would have lo encounter them m others. Why not remodel |he appoiutmeiil of the Judges? Why not recast the system of. the. Courts? Why not nominate the Judges by utii-. versal suffrage instead of royal appointiiTei^t, or, a* iti ancient iimes, draw their nome� from an prn ? .-The Noble Lord, on a former occasion, bad' talked, of the hidden charm in the genius of ^he BiitisK . Constitution, which, like Aladdin's{>, ihopglt. covered ">th rust oiitside, contained within the secret of its preservation. Now he (>Ir. Qitberi), thought the pieservMig charm lay iu the fonsUto-tion of that House, wlucU had maintaiiiedi and.. would still maiuiain, the sovereignty of the cotwtry. With respect to c�ist^^tillg itiat; ;