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Courier (Newspaper) - June 25, 1806, London, Middlesex ilitatridteWtrotmlkdf Wi Royal Uigl^iiess tUe PRINCE rriHIS EVENmfe, June 25, wUl be a GRAND X. ,GAtiA, whleb ferformancc of a variety of Na>tional.Airs. ai the end of the Concert wiU be given a brilliant ExhilJiikm e? FlBIl^WORKS, by Signor Mortnami-Ad- Tlie Publie ace rM(ii>ctfaUy Informed,' that owing to the MielSafyprepftriitioasfor GaIA�; the Gardens can �nly be 6niHKdot^t&oK�veaii|g>, viz. Mouday�, Wednesdaysand fViday�i' . . ;.: � . . - . . . � -. . . ' BILLS LOST. TiniEiMTED somewhcro on the Road from MM- OMoiMA JJfI�#?pn, ditto ditto 21,6 in. 70 7 7 :m-ai)4B.'fcW�ay� '-ditto ' ditto 21,6m. 70 15 3^ . K�tMA(M)nSi|| Wiglriim, ditto Mayii^ Cm. 101 5 0 JfflWsJtiflgV -  tiittaBa�,J�in. ditto AprilB.Gai. 41 8 0 Wndnd A.Sband'^ :  ditto ditto 18;em. . 99.H i; P^Uim.and; BTOtbef, payable at and W.- MeUiihVJ^ondfe,. '  .ditto , Jlav6, 4m.. 1084 2 0 M''^�>tsedvpayable t(>. thebfdor'bf Messrs. Houstoun, "VSffifeiSjje�;'j6bnKno\ and Sons- i . J�JM)^l^M||t'&^f^ to Mr. Wilsone, V 82i BaiingliaU'^BILLS? 0i^^J�pH4N,eH.: one of them � iit6if,oB^-M^ir5':^'Hamerslcv8 and Co. %l&fy,,a�^ bayable to the order of ;^didofea.' The otheir drawn by W. 4n:'4^^bunt of uttdertake^ 1� purchase MUmXiiASiT tltatibfflk^ maifii in mis^Majen-i jiot he i(nerZ�| �* tiorM itnethi prtha'i x/ihll not he ielwdred to the mi&dfifiM^M�'^ami>hm saisfismmi utmm ir(mJ}i&M^jiiiS.ty^^^^^^^ pte|josiBg some inpce; cffep|:}ial pifOTfisiCin WE4hg3S0fif(>04 cn^ploy^ flee% arolafferiiqig-jjart^^ -jiiiidviooflcy arlsiug that eJEecti vJJhipjl^essage ,se ;who wcfp ai^xtous dividti 5obi-i jiipoH'this favourite qncStibh^ ; The House then divided on the (lucstion of coii- notthei^bacii'taMW ^ Lord wksTMOitLJNO rcsobi tioiisaffected such tteiglity and various infert-sls, that he thought it but jnsticc the parties should be heard by theit- Coiirisel. He shoaldiiot) however, press any tnittion uprtnthe subject. . Lord GRKNVILLli: then toso to e.vplain the nature of the resolutions which the other lloilsc of Parliamcnthad'come to, respecting the Aboli-tioii of the Skve Trade, arid which they had cotn-mnnicated to tluiii" Lordsliips Ifousc for their concurrence and acqnicscence. The resolutions: sLatcd, that the Slave Trade was unjust, inhnnian, and impolitic, and the inference fmu these premises was, that the Slave Trade, sliould be abolished, in uuch mantier, and at'emch period, as Parliament should deem a'dvj^eabie. The premises stood in no needy of proof, and whatf'proofs might be advanced in snpjpoftof tbetn^ coHldnow-haycbut UttJe novelty;. neither did' tJiey pledge their � liordsltips to any -new deternnnatioii. Could that thins be just which ; deprived jnea of their best rights, without any right atall on the part of "those wlio disquieted them, to-interfere with, or annoy then) in any sort? Such, however, were oiir intcrfcrouce and annoyance of the inhabitants of tiie coast of Africa. Could that thing be humane Avhlch tended to tea? asunder all the , b'onds by which the: societies of men were held together ; which violated all the dearest charities of human life ; %vhich tore children from their parents, bi'otliers from sisters, husbatids from wives ; aind w-lio, by forcing men from tlteir native hoines, tore tlioni away from every thing w^.hich thej' held valuable and de-ar ? If, therefore;, (as no^ man woulji venture to .deriy.), the Slave Trade was  evidently uiijust arid irthaman, would it not -be a ;waste of their Jjordships time, and an, insult to to be tfieir uridcrstandirig,: to eritcr into any proofs shew it was iiupolitiB? If, therefore, it njnst 1 confessed that ;such a traffic was unjust, inhunian, atid impolitic, \vas not the conclusion obvious, a'fconclusion to .'which thei^ njiitidi ;a,iid'licarts: niust unaToidably yield, � that; sueh a ;traffic shonld"be �put an\ end- to as sapn as' �piii^ssiblei His ;caf6rclag; 'ail' thee tttpics-at great" lori^h, and in a niiitotier! : the most, cloqiieiit and convindiig, cohcloded' ^With^moving^ that the House (do cpw .solntiqris agreed to, and comnntqicafed by iher Gominoiis.'''''^'.''..�  : B# HA^)V^IiK?B^KY eouldWt entirely titi#? I tp the inf(^reii6^ !^tHe2rgi^njcutshe*bad advanced. Thfegebcwft terioi*' * 6t ihe ?!foble liaron's �gumeni wenit against the exislcViffe of slavery in general, as iriuch asagiiinsfc v'the slavetrade. He wis ready to adm'it the abstract ' sition,/flmt slavery was an evil compared with the f sHrftati^ili iSiian reiigibu. ^.'^ ; tlie'LOtU)X;HA?fCELLp^^ tics of witi^trssibg all tlie cruelties add atrocities which disgraccd'that^t^^ and as,men more ftVt- : ^it)lyi[e(ij: wliat ^tliey tlieijiifelveS had's^^ so his } sense at)^ 'abhorreiice'to the Slave Trade was per- I liajis tnore^s'tronj^ and'^'U^^ely, than ,what most^pf' jtliicijr, I^Pfd^^^^^ mjfi^ii.fe'iFeei lip^ a,: subject whi'ch jba/l n^j?er i^iet tlieir;c^^^^ DQund man inost of' thwW Lblfaships, riot' ( cnrring in the FttsrdutiOns, when there appeared, Contents 41-x'^on-Conteiits 20.-Alajonty fof' Ministers, 21. On Returning below the' Bar, we found that Lord GHENviLM-'s motion for an address was car. ried without a divi.'iiou,-Adjourned at a Quarter past Twelvci HOUSE Ol" COMMON'.S. Sir AUTHIJR WllLLl-SLHY, after statin-? that there wa tluMr pio-ccedlngsonthc latft trial of Lord Melville. Ordered to lie on (he t:ii>le, and to l)u Tirinted. Onli-reil, onthc motion of Mr. V.\NSITTART, that the fnrtiKTConsideraiioii of the Report of the Assewcd Tasrt Alio wance Hill be put off to Thursday next. The Committee on th?i Oudechat^^e wa(nroissiiAt of sec ret acts of Mutkrdptcy, a k|^I�d^'tf� tbo citcutottances o bankrupt,, to prove *ioX �iii��-n|aiid to have tbc benefit of it. ______OATlilt moved the Order of the Diiy iur the further ! comteeiFatitJnof the;Report of the'Lini^ JJrawbackUi^ ; andcjotheq^estipi^that the:amenddicnUbenow jeadasecond . tirtii), Mr.SiEwit,ftT, mp^^d,'tiwit ther JliU be rec6mmittcd, I With i|t'vieWtODiovv an nmcndiiien thc'^atttof Decem-%riRextbc,4Phstitutedfar th�.!i3th March^ asthe period jit t^btch the.OpctationQi. lite Act was to commence. -The ni'o-tionWxi.�iij)pprti? D'a..�so>{, Mr;ifostEn, Sir John NEWtoKtv***- Rbss,;a�d5lt. AiEXANi>Eft; and opposed by: Lord Henrv .Pfirxv arid Mr. M''> Qn the question i>cing put division took place-.--A'sr the rccommittment 30jagaiiistit'l(>-Aiai(>rity io. ""'The^Report waSthsreforc proccj?d(iii with, and on pur re-admidsio" toj^li-i i�allsi;y, wcfoua.-i the Utiiisc cnpiged in ttic consideration of the amen'dnipnt of the Bill, SS we cojiceivQd, fttMwhttbtbe'BepjfitWaii6r^rc4 l� be talien into" further fatigues of active einploymexit, or to continue further'their 'e.\ertibh.s in the public stirvice.- Geritlemca 'Vvere already acquairited, through the papei'S bu the table, with the provision ait present *c.madb out of the proceeds, of all droits of Adroltalty.--The present amoiiut of the value bf. prizes annually c;tienlatcd on the portion fo'rfeitecl to the chest',which was about One tweatietK,'. ifas about 1 i200;000/.yas no objection likely to be made to any pairt of the arrangement propcsed, it was unnecessary for hiuii to take, up more of the time of the Comniittee, and hp should therefore only add, that in his ppiuiou this proTisiou was not so much an act of liberality or geuci'oslcy, as of justice on the part of that House. The jS'oble Lord coriclnded by inpving that it is the opinion of tiUs Com- ' inittee that the sum of 1/. Kis. 4d. per mmirii be granted to Greenwich Hospital out of all proper-tie.s which shall hcrcaicer be coudemed a prise, and out of all d-uits of Admiralty ; also a sum of 3/. 6s. Sd. per centum; out of the lame to the . chest at Greenwich." The llesolutious were uuaniinously agreed to. and on tluj House being re-suiucd, the Ilfuort w;is^ -ordered to be received .to-mon:ow. A message from the Lords informed the House, that their Lordships had agreed to the Tortola Free port Bill, without any ameudments, and had also passed Sir, John Gordon's Divorce Bill, in , which they desired the concurrence of the Hpuse. Sir JOHN NEWPORT gave iioHw, that he should tP-morrw move for leave, to bring in a Bill fertile relief of the Poor ii\ Ireland. � PEACE l.V INDtA. Mr; 'PAUL, bclorehe should submit the motion with which heliieant to cbnjdude, to the House, Wished toi put a question to the Secretary of the Board of Control. He held in his hand an authentic document^ beingi a copy of the Treaty of -Pfeaceconduded with Holkar,; which had beeiCre-Cttivodby aA overlaiiddispatcli, and he wished to kftitfwwhether ite =Mjyesty?s Aliftistew me^ nik Mn afsitt repcated^^ h^^^ tootsd tlUlt Major�G�ri�rai Seiingcr do attend the (,3pailMUe�^of tto Ob tbeOudc Charge u>- 'nciJMN>w'i�^fdt�re4<'' 41 ;