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British Press (Newspaper) - June 9, 1820, London, Middlesex NuMBEK 5463. ,LON DON,, rm DAY,yN-E 9v 1820. Price 7d. THE Vr)iF..ROYAl.. DlWIiT-LAXK. F.VF.MNG. FRIDAY, Jnnf {). Ins Mij-'lv'!" Spi-yanls will (�eifnim, llic Cnnieiiy nf SPEF.D THE PLOUGH. * r!"'ii ninii.If.iril. V,r. Pope: Sir Alifl tlnnilv. Ur. Min.i'rn; M ni-rM.jriT. Mr. ('.."rll: I M r ' F.Uit. 1,11 : (l--.l,m. .Mis� ni,in.!''or.), Mi-s. Rilut:! : H.-indi; ,1ir�. Oyr'r; Sh9!\ii A5brii\iiUy nng-If^ili, IMr.Gallic-, Draiiir\ii(!vy, Mr. Bmler. Mrs. \,>'iinrr1|o. Mi�s PnvFV ; Mi^s Conjilantin Qiiixciitp, Carow ; Mrs. English, Miss Ciibilt; Mrs. Dmiiumdry, Mrs. Harlowc. Tl'i* Box.OOicc will hp cipcn from Kirveii till Fiveo'CKvrk -.-Places to he taken of ^!r. RoiUveU. Ros R^mk.k*et%er. Trt-intirrow, A Ntw \Vny to Pay Oltl Debts, niih Gio-vnmii ill LoO'ton. wilt Mr. M.4CRE.ADY-S MCiHT. Tfl n.A.TRE-Rf)V.l L, COVENT-G.\ R DEN. rpniS EVENING. FRIDAY, June 9 i be acted, Shakspeme's Traiedy of MACBETH. " IM.ichrlli, \[f. Mncready (his first .ippcarancc in lint clia-rarlrr. \-.^slli; (for i!i-5 Night only), Miss E. Blanrhard (beinj; her scroni' appi ;iriii)rc on this statue); i\!(ss iVevitle, AIiss Fonte. In Iheo'Tse of the Eveniiiar, a Pus do Trois, by Miss riiilUjis, Mi;,, E Phillips and Miss Parsloe. To which will Ire added, a MUSICAL FARCE, and rlh.-r Enitrlr.intnciil*, as will be expressed in future Adver-lisemt iitc. [Ii'xes, -Pi1,3s. fid.-GiiUery,-2�-Upper Galfery, 1�. TiikrlB I'. !.e had of Mr. Gitliffe, 19, New Boiid.slreel ; aril at ihc l-'i.e Admission Office, Covent.Garocu Theatre. Aciu;:;.ated es.;porieiicp(l (lai'msr the short period it has been Uifort? !hr ('lihlir. Ii.iviii^ occasioned som** Rpiirlokts Imit.i-liojtf, E. I.AZivNBV ami SON rcspeclfully inform ihe iVuJ)jlj(_v .'Hi'J ^tntry, ^he On^\n'i\ ArUcle \s piC|iared onlv ni xhc'ir Wr.irhoiisp, No, (J, Edwanl-slreet, Lorwlon, and 2s, Pnrli.iar iil-Rtrecl, Dnhlin. The LaheJ on each Kollle N. U.-rmtn its (ipculiar preparation ihe Aclil Artchovy Siiiice uil! In- fi-und vtry delicioits with sfcaks, haslies, &c. :ifl wt'll as �lU Uini\s of 63h, and claini a dccidfd preference for f-j^>or('ilt'>n ; is �-arr�rtlcU to keep in aHy climate, and rs Lot ttiin rajiciti whcu npeufd. ^Ui'EIiiOil OLD CRUSTED PORT ^5 IVIMi, Three Years in Botllcs, Ule the .Slocks .^f Hunt iiiiil IVcl.'cr and oilier Bankrupts, Wll.i. BE .SOLD any DiV, not fxceedinij Five Days from llie dale of this .Adver-lisiini'iitj^v the Purchasers of the said Slocks, hv Measre. THOM.rTand RICHARD ABBOTTS, No. 10, Sklmicr--sireil, nni! 340, Oxford street. f^unplisof (he different Bins at 4s. per Bultlc. en.'iV'S CALCLNED MAGNESIA con- . linnes to be prepared with the most srriipiilous care and nlliniioM, by Messrs. "THOMAS and WILLLAM nF.MiV, ,\?-iniifaclnring Chemists, Manchester. It is sold in hotll.c, prire 2s. 9d. or wijh plass stoppers at 4g. 6d. s'.nr.'.ii iuc'oi'.cd, with full directions for il9 use, by their viriiiiii jA,;itli A�1�C. , P�J--e � VAUXHALL. THIS EVENING. FRIDAY. Ji.hP 9, a (;RAND gala, Comprising n Concert of Miscella-nciuK Music. At the end of Ihe lirsi Act Mad ante and Mademoiselle Saqiii. with Madenioi.elle Adelle. uill evhihit tlieir admin d IVrformanrrs; and, at ihe coiiclnsion nf ilie Conceit, will succeed a brilliant di�olay of Fiiew>irky Siv-noia Heiijler, when JIadamc Saqni, completely enveloped in a volnme ( fire, will acliieve her snrprisine Evolutions on the Tij;ht Rope, at an elcvaiiun of sixty feet from the Sroulld. Admisi-ion Ss U LT'S GREAT PICTURE (Irnm the Lonvre), 24 ft.In IS ft repreaentine Ihe SURVIVING CREW of the M EDUSA f R ti:NCH FRIGATE, after reniaininz Thirteen Days on a Raft without Provipion, al Ihe moment they dis-e.iver the Vecsel that saves iheiii, will take place at the Ucvpliiiu Hall, PircadiUv. on SATURDAY, and ivil) Open to the Public on MONDAV NEXT, i2ih Jnne. U. T. eOOKE rpfpecifnlly !iir,.rm� the Nnhilitv. CJentrv, and his Friends in ceoeral, that his BENEFIT CONCEK'i'will take place at the Arcyll Rooms, on TIU'K.'^DAY, the loih Jnne, the parlicnlara of which will be diily annotinceil. Tickets. 10.5. 6d. each, (o he had of .Mr. T. Cooke, 31, Great Pnliency-streel, Gulden-square; and at the Arsfyll Rooms. No. 9, REGENT-STREET, I'ALL-MALL. ESSRS. flow ELL nul J A M ES have tmiv Ihe honour to recommend tji the Ladies a large Qnaniitvof STRIPED and FIGURED GAUZES, at from 18s. to'.>"�. the and s-nod While Saliiis, for Jiii|)n to ihc !�Tilic, adapled to theva.-ious piirpo-Jes of Dre^s, &c.; includjuir superior Silk Hose and Gloves, preltv R ibnnds, curious Lace of the several descriptions, elegant Muslin�, rich Sha�ls, beaulil'ill Silks, &c. ii:c. ESIR A r, iTe~T N VEsf.VlENT.-An eh,... hie opportunity is presented to Trustees and C.-ipi-talists {wisbintf to lay onl .Money) to invest belween-.30 aiitl 411.000/. in I'URCH A.SE iif a capilal and improvable FREEHOLD LANDED C.sTATE, within 40 Miles of Town, upon term-* siiiEulaily advaniageons to a purchaser ; of which fiMi� a very large portion may continue on Mortgage fi�r several years, if rerpiired, pnyahie al any intetlne-diale period, at theopliun of the purchaser. Partirulars of the Property may be known, by applying (free of postage) to John Ricknell, Esq. Solicitor, Gieen-wich ; and Mr. Richard Pitman, Solicilor, Symoiid's luii, Chancerv-lane, London. EXPIRES NEXT TUESDAY. '� ' RISIL uf the Oinny,'lbe'CHyor.Londua Truss fjociel.y, liie Mary. . lerUoiie, VViyeliscuinh, ^ril>tal, and. Denbigh Infirmariis, Ibe Middlraex'Huspital, �^c.'&c. &c. � iVla6�i�V(!t6i^, 292. Strand, London; egorps� upon the House tunst refiilt from llicir vrty iijcoii.siKteiit and extraordinary mode of prncefediiitj.-fHear, hear.J-The House em-biirUed fhimselvrs in a very incoiiv.eiiieiit ineHsure, withadetjree rif daiigeriaWs precipitancy, .and ihey flow found themselves cnnlpelled to adopt sntne such 5le|;� as.was now Suggested, to escajje from the ernbarra��'ment,. Lord Kenton rose, and wiis pfoceeding to cnm-platii that his proposition seemed lo Itave been met by the Noble lMarqai,�, and a Noble l>.irOn near him. willi a smile of Irinmpli, as if he had dis(ilayed an inconsistency in making the pretent motion, after having voted on the former evening for tlie appointment of a Committee-'wlieii he was iiiler-riipted by The ftlarqtiis of LaNSDOwn, who declared ( a feelinfj of triumph hud in no respect entered his mind, and that he was very far from i/njiuting inconsistency personally lo the &lnhle Baron. Lord Kenyon n>9ured.the House be b^ul bepn induced to make the motion solely front an impression that an anxious wish prevailed in the to fford every opporlunily for arranging matters by some compromise, and that >uch a disposiiioii in the illustrtons parties concerned wonid be best encouraged if the House of Lords shewed, by any means, its decided wish that such ii selllemeiit might be agteerl. upon. The Noble Lord llien moved that ihe Commillee should not be chosen by ballot until Miiiiriay. The motion being seconded. The Earl of Lauderbai.E rose ami said, lliat in point nf substantive effect, the object of the motion made by the Noble Daron, and of the mode of proceeding by fuspenriing the nieerinu of the Committee, suggested by the Noble Earl, was precisely ihe same, yet he far preferred tjie latter course to the former, tie conid know nolniog of the motives which, acting out of the House, might encourage snch a hope as tlie Noble IJarnn expressed ; but he did know that it would not be becmniiig the dignity and hnnottr of the House, if they were by their proceedings this evening by un indirect mode to supersede their former vote, and leave their measures incompletei It was quite irregular for any Noble Lord to refer to the conduct pursued by the other House of Parliament, Their Lordships were lo determine not upon what might lie tlie opinions or sentiments ofdther persons, but upon their own sense of propriety and justice. The forms of tlie Honse sugoesied the most [iioper mode of proceeding. The objects of both ihe Noble Lords were the same ; the question was one altojjether of form; and it was for lite House In consider, whether they would acktiowli^dge their former vote to have been founded in eirr.r, or uphold the dignity of their proceeding.', by coin-pletinf� the measure (hey had comineticed. Lord HoLLA.ND believed tliat the Noble Baron opposite (Lord Kenyon), had alluded to him when he spoke of an unlucky smile that might have chanced to have escaped from Iimii, but he coold assure the Noble Lord that ihe smile wns not meant to have conveyed an expression of triumjih, or of disapprobation. Perhaps" (�'aid the Noble Lord with his accustomed good humour), " had the Noble Baron known, as he must now, that I have scarcely voice enough left lo niter a sentence, he would not have refused me the tridint; indulgence of endeavouriujj to express my opinions with a smile." [Lord Holland, we lament lo s�y, appeared tb labour under the effects of sevrre indisposition.] He declared that he freely concurred in the propriety of the motion, which should have his support. It was rendered necessary by certain proceedings which had occnrreil in an-olher place, but he should take rare not to commit himself by saying whettt-f A lauglij- yet it must appear from the votes of the House of Commons what the vole was to which that House had come upon this subject. Indeed he was ut a loss to conceive how those who conceived it proper that there should be a concurrent proceeding upon this subject in the two Houses of Parliament conlil object to an allosipn lo what had occurred in the other House. The present motion, was, however, a strong commentary upon the proceedings of the formsl- evening, as it sheweil the iiicotivenieiice to which their precipitancy bad ex])08ed llieiri. He certainly could feel no personal lituinph-upon this subject, however it nvigitt prove the propriety of the arguments which bad been advanced from his side of the House with regard to the course suggested by the Ministers. - He hoped anil trusted that he was as anxious to mniutaiu the honour and dignity of their Lordships' House as any Member in it, but he did not imagine that if on nny subject they had fallen into eiror, there was any true tfignily in ahewing any Pbstinucy in pereisiing in it. It reminded him of the lines- " When once a man goes from his way, The more he walks, Ibe. more he goes astray." If he found himself in error, iniitend of proeeedin? onwards, he should ever Ihink it the n.ost inHidy. correct, and dignified course either to retrace his steps, or to stop giill. So should their Lordships ac�i and not by perSistiuR in error militate agaiii!'t the real dignity of their proceeding". He preferreil the mode suggested by the Noble Baron of pulling off Ihe ballot, to the plan of Ijie Noble Earl, lor merely postponing the rtmng of the Committee. The Noble Lord again reverted lothe fiiconventence .rfesoltiiig' from the vote of'the former evening, mid '^ii�._....1,..-j .1.-.,',..,.. .u, a,i;..:,..... nr-fbul'i tl^al-lced, that: even the Ministers of the Crown did not Keem to have been Fully apprised of all'the bearings of the case. It was cootei ded hef re ' r e Lnrd.iliips by two of Ids Majesty's Ministers, 'hat there i-nii!d be no ground for an impeachment of the Queen, yet he hail lieatil out of dooi�lhat aimilirr : Minister of tlie Crown had said, ti�- would tint, viy where, for fear of committing himself-(J InUf^li] - that the consequence of referriuE; Ihe dociitnuns i,>  the House of Commons misht he the inslitii-tion o| an impeachment again-l llie Queen tiy that branch of lite Legislature. The N�ble e.I oppomie conlil not coiilraditt w�at he lind .anl, beciiii^ij he could not deny lliat lie had hrdnl it sotnewliere, or that such was lite comiuon reptr?. flow con Id such statements ite reconciled wiih pro-prieiy nf i-oiidoct, or correctness of juitunieni } and tvhen proceeding", in themselves so imonsi-t-eiit and so irresolute, and such as il iiiiijlit he sni(i exposed the Government lo such (onieinpi, were piivsned upon this subject by the Minister* of the Crown, it was impossible nnl to icrl some degree of indiijnation.-f Heur. IfuT.J - IJiit now the iVlinislers of the Crown, after instilui-iiig llieir own proceedings-afler haying resoiv-il upon a iixed and cerlain course of proceednie, come dnwi! to I'.uiiament and throw a whole mass of do-cnnieiits upon Committees of both Houses,; by .siK-li n iiieature lo shield themselves from all respnnsihilily.-fHear, hear.J~By this step ili-priirHi-diiigt of both llnnses might be placed in i i.oullictiiig j'.Oiitioii ; all tile odium of the proieeil-iiig wii- tli'owii npoii PailiaHient, and nnw il-,-HoH'-i: of Lorils was phiced in the liumiiiatii'g siiii:i-liDii of lu-ing compelled lo retrace Us own sien?. tile iilher j-]oii.-e had come lo a ctnicln-inn didVrent ifniii which iiad been expected, il:?* N'l'ile Friend (the Earl of Lauderdale) unleed -i!.| lliat they ivuiild mil retrace their Heps, that t'lev would nnl li.-ten to what the oilier Honse had *j d or ilnne, liKU ihey would not be btilited, �n i tiierr-fore tlie House should appoint the Coniinitiee, btil ivlili a pri'vi..s' tune, il iinpoS'sihie to sutfVr liie Noble Lord's speech to p-iss widiout some ()i)irr-v-.iiioti. The Noble Lord seemed to enjoy a cerlain degree nf truiinfih. as if llie delay nuiv s'l^-gested by Ins Noble Friend (Lord Kenyon), in-! udniitled by liimfelf, were inconsistent wuii i-ir: procet-dtngs of the former evening; but ihei.-onivt; recoinineiiiled on that occasicii by the Noble Lord, and the Noble Marquis opfiosite, had no refereiicr-wli.ilever 111 delay, but was opposed aiiiK^eiiier m jirinciple to tlie mode of proceeding winch !ie hail fnggesteil and Ihe House had adopted. The ob-jetnoi) was made to the contpinporaiieous pmcePii-ings ill tlin Iwn Houses, frum an impre'-�ioii tii.-ii: tlie view nf the adopted by the one iirglit refer to the jiidiciol duty of the other. Tin ir Loidshijis, however, jjroceedtd II[inn t.'letr . o .v ti view of till' (question, and though iinw u was -Jii-nece'saiy to btnte the npinion on Ihe snhj.-ii iviiicii he g:ive on the eveninji before, lie should s..'V tiuit if this proceeding must go on, it was ahsoiule! necessary that It kiionld be investigHled by llieir Lordaiiip'*, He sliould llirow no olis'.acle in ih-. �-ay of interposing a delay in the further pre-secntinn of this matter, which might be pr;;-tiialily (mplnved in the manner referred lo by his Noble Friend, and therefor'! he .'�.'intikf propie-e tliiit the meeting .irnn (Lord Kenyon) prop�>�ed that the b-jllot should be postponed until (Monday, and Ihe Noble Earl, in his more clumsy proceeding, conspnted that the Committee should i��t ninet until Tuesday. So far there was a pel feet-equalil V in the result, and Iu the mean lime events niiglil occor on Kr/day wliuli would render the meeting of the Comnitttee wholly unnecessary. The Noble Earl concluded by ex-jiressiog bis inlention to vole for ilu- motion. The Earl of Darntey said, that I e had nevfr heard a clearer, sironger, or more lonrlusive argument in favourof postponing all proceiedings in this case than had been urged on the previous evening by his Noble Friend near liim (the iMarquis of LuiisdoWii), and if he did not on that oiHiasion express aji opinion upon this subject it was not Because he did not feel strongly upon it, but Irst any thing that should fall from him might weaken the fou-e of his Noble Friend's excellent argumeut.. He also waa HCluatrtI by w desire to avoid as much as pos.sible lilt public discussion upon go very driiCate, and, at the gmne lime, so painful a topic. ' For'Ibe presebi; he thought that their Lordships ;