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Courier (Newspaper) - March 4, 1806, London, Middlesex ; J ; Oft Mr/SiJie��J>AN/,Cb^oiwl:;M " ' Oft, . T-'i^'J^MU''liim^-'^ik^^'^i^jf*.:�ited, thai; as �soon as the Ps^pers shouW be prin!e�,,{ift;jhi9UltI.loie iw time' ^riSubnlittftfgiTeiOhMion on *hJ0h he,sliblildgr(>^(id a charie I.;-;. jlbertlfestjf'hfs' s^^^t^tii^'^^^^^ aa. stat^ed, na n'oti^c^tion had r'.UriAH.ih;�i.rp..>�>i.,f XA'5Ar*i*V-ta.Sv^ bctn in the Ga- ;bin|^ ,^|yl?.t he^wassstiil.Cj^cf.Justice. Of thb, ,j^^V�^VM* they;Cou|^ ihave n6 ^rt?imx> 'Fireonly. ;gutj|e^^'Vi*)(, Ivaii y^as an -acknftwledgnjeht ^i^ade- by; Jki' c�aAHy,to ,^tend the ;Cabipet.i Frdaik iH}� t*'Oul^appear pcqb?|jle> itliatrtlieperiod of^�ng^ j^'i^t in the Cabiosr^was aweccdexitto the-jig^sing , ,'Which;_fe^mig'ht,he re ^ileis'Jre, .;.Sjic|t'� T^^ might .apply! with the saniie �m � appdjPJtofenc �56iiiitera(n:ed| ihtf verr' pnneipjes' ,d� Ifprcei^, t)[i^,c;9s^;,bef6ife the- passing of that Aft, yet if thij' BfllV^iHt TeiKfeatbdo aVay that 'ini^p(enden^e! ijW'^? not >??^Sf ry fpr jfim to^apply it. Ther^ had; "^hich*lft(rir#aii (JeSi^iicd to secured' had'Heafd ' .be^i^ yet tllcrtr bad �il �W6old'be a sb^^ (ir^.'iiaiiaaoiiof.MU; -r. ...... - ;Maje#'^^^^t�5^^tiW,h� cfiUlj: Aif jayoitjjahy ofshtps,t'^Wl^ ...  belaid;yritlt.resptft-tb\^?^ fb^. v^r.r ^> .nii- .^a:;-- , "^if^-suttr^that.cpuld h^vpj|(^ pecumary eoKJ-, T,;'JForh�'^of^^'!�i"lW�?tl�^4'^�i^i^^ -ki^i^i' Tor prUoners.ofWarifi Jie;iltiiat htfinsana,^ . T'JK'oWftt*i4*^t*ong'^^ 'Right Hdni-'^&rirleman'himi^lfi^ he would Ji* J .*i-^^� fi�.k:;_.,.f-:-^.-i...i^:. 1 piiele*- the diktitiguishfeji he'lieltl ^amongst: /thf-first.'ad^iifers BF Mij'MJa|e(ty, bftiigmg^*arw4trAr4hB d^s*rit>^ri6h'?-i-*' m apPI*'ve;bf'-S .discigaii|$ed, by accepting an office thaliflade hhn dependant. The bi^tl^iJ�^tti* MjA'^i^iitti^^^ W^pt^ ,sUiiatipft-.';VN,tf , r?ad fropi the 38th, v.oi.. of the.Journalsj pa^e,97,,re. ,ifl^HgJii'|^*3tii^bifoi^ tfifefflfiei: oT^^fc p^hut) be''d'ppi&'intei5,a^^ lative toamptipo fpt; an .Address to his JVlajesty for ^Ite-iottlAvsaiem^iy-^Siktaita?!^^ '-jestj^.'? I� ^vas;cdWt5ifi(aD^^^^ the, rempyal of one pf the Judges of therSupreme" I Cptirtipf judicature iri'&Bng,aI,.;for haviftg'accepted b^�h& sCMWe^hfciwii^il^ -T^^' P*uifeiV'a�d yei^^k^^^^ a-sea-fein-the :.3^i vPffice; depepdantVon, the Board>of Gontroi; > iftf^^rh6#e�BV#at�8^mi^^^ injtlie^a'ffirmative. i Herehe dt'^ j^^oiM**ntt&e';�li^^ i(!i(|5iite^v�*.f^ ^^er- ;5erxed\the: ouesupnor salary had; teen'eiitireFv'Iiift' lKen'dp�e'^ithih^�he?.fest'i"(tW Wte^fry ifiii'^ tiW' 'IdmaiiS ?' br ft^itoi^afdi'e-aft^^ irpt iqentfcm'aH'iopfk^i#i� ihPsefHfttf^.lesHiidifecIifl "bf if party'':Wl^biiiry o^tbe *e!iHi? ttfCtJd^^ li�{.tyq.^C illtifevyfr i^bilt; thtat icftrn^d *L6rd .-Inw.yet, ari4 so little s hadieItj;no;8c^^upl* ^b? _......,. Qcprgc. iSptddiTii uridet. whose influence the ifiojCfchad takctiplaee, whit-h liad iprpdnced sp much injury tp the..pubHc,. and 10 the ,N0bie avid,Learned',LPxd hi^elf.-; >Her-came^ then to !P?m"^^^?m'^^ Couthi jbut::tliey-all knew rni?^?5yi ,t!>at'. j?&fjes>v:fe^^^ M' as- SP'?^ ??.a J:^dgej:Jh^d-been In -that judiciat fiirrt^}Oil�-i if* ne b�d bMn-bftjogHt iiitj an OfliceJ tKS t woiJlA thie 1 topfr�al adaiinistratioa :o� Juttice iind-ilW iJaW:s; tf^ such wc�c 'the ia?e, *'.lta�*cr*il;v>a�l3g�a might be detlved frorii bis' emi-tKM a\^iti^^^t^l�6\i\A rather tijefshdild all be fPreKone,tha'd'thaC sticheonseqacnces shP*Td be pro- ��w>vi i^uattui wt inc g>and. had ..been Temoved at. the inst^rice of that House. It [had^happened^i however, in a more. recent'instapi:e. .\yhen t-the Right .'.Honoiirab Gentleman opposite, held before the sam'e office which he at present oeQupied,-that the interfer^nPe of that, House h^d succeeded in obtaining the re- IS�. W3;ilp4Hpen^eftce,V^.h jjlace frPth^ ..g!^o""d �he mOtioJi^^.'^Hi^lobj rur"-s i^^m^y ;;t!ie;.^e�3id!i Pf iJ.LoKf Elleribortjugh; � ; ^j^iJla^iOtv .He kn r 'Worn ao^i of:the^C^litlietii litttihfe^;lobke*tipon-.hin^ :;hjs industry on rils retorn to' hi* native lan^. There n6 valiie in wealthi if ''and' the channels-of jiistice pel- . luted.' Bat he wished the House to cpn$i^ what ^wpuld ba the effeft of calling hQid Ei}.iivhp%ovoa tojthe: Cabfiifc^ "^hat Noble'Lprtfi�Ta?l�co persprf'.-' 'I^' any"rtran could be. indqjjftiJeJit, if any huroaiiv circtiWitancer cPnrd that - Ntiblc I^W^^cbuid not biiit ^ rMcpenttent,' He Iiad atfairted the highest rank in his prpfessibn? He stoodT in- that.:proud,eininent, and.exalted sUftation, HI .which lib objeft^ could tepreienid to hirn'So tempt hirit'tP swerve froffi his dutyi ' fje was a pfiblic cba. rafltfefroy, tnot-e under the ofcerva^iort'-of'fiie public than ahy individual in fhe/natioHi 'AH ^ bosinesf ai gteatec decuions, , _ ^/Jwiice. He should yenture tp ' say,^ tliat;' vi'hUft' w high a sense, of moral -reflitadc,",-whilst ~*so sera, pirious a regard to justice preVaiJed.m.-ih&cotintr^^ ho Chief Justice would ever be ftmijd toa^nnjustly. H&, should - be glad to krtpw, what pbje^on' there '�could b5,t&the *Noble LorvPs 'asststmg'it .tile delibe-ratiotlspf*-the! Cabinet '-ofFoflreigri'Aff^ir^, 'and that � doahdlf vvas first- calKit the Coinifiitree fcfir TForeign 'Aftairs^? The reratipni df foreign nai'iorft, anS of this country with them, -must in the' prejcnt siate. more be admittM/ivhyTttof ' f tleart hear J:} In'th^tcase. thei-e'woijld soon he ah \en.d of all law :con, io^ the. case that bad ,. ._______- - ^-.-r ^-at^ih^th^ :cain^t:.'lK;i5)t;iEUenbo.^ ition^^ Them6dbn'he;trieknt^�S'^a^t^^^^ V!,�"MiJ;;' ;?.i .'*iae�irPri"(tfUn6*�ufe!ft|6ni witTvM ______________ ________^''fm^'mkmi^ X unfriendly to the pr^sipt ,Adinitjiit|-^ti^ jo^^MeB^ Sio'r^l^^ ^ squestion'tb- 1^^^ ef th^ Hous4,^i:t^fc^airisly:irf^^^ tryi aftd'hadei^itfta' a'strpWjtfh'satfdtJreVwlw!'' �eN�aattJea^^d sui�'tfi^tihe ia^inisti^ ^ri^tlcl^^|r^ng tli*'l, ' Giieet? :,Ahh 'foi;' the ^->ra rth^-Ghle�;'jijstice:Kad''lKeV'^m -bef Pf silch'Kigeneyyini Judgii)entM^ gl6rib?ik'|^K1 superipf ., l,jiis,;|J;i:he first was; tbatof Mrt Addison,'whp had ^ ^r^fejOqefiaSeerew^y of States ; Br him ithad been' said,.:f'ihat.t.he best:, ad whiclv had;been, passed in his dax.s,, was thrit; which provided;for the independence of the Judge*/' The. nekt authority to .which be' should refer was that of Justice Black-stone, ffffwuf/.;f, hie serms. Mr, BJackstone said, - when treatjing of t!ie sej^aration. of: the judicial from, , thc..:legis|ative and'^xeeutiv.e authorities, In this -.di3tiniit,.and separate existence oi" the Jijjtcial power, in,a peculiar body;of min,. npminated inti#ed, but not jemoveable; af pleasure,.hj the Crown, consists .;One,fliain; preservation of the public liberty, which cann9t.subsist Ipng in any State, unifss the admi. ,.nistratipti of eomjtnail justiocr be in'some^degree sepa-.jrared ff.qm -the legisiiiti ves.and alsp from- the execu: |iy^ Piijvyjesr.., ;W,e,re,: it joined with the Jegisla'tlvc, , tlie iifej libertyjand property of the fsubjccl would be in rhe hands pf-jirbiirary Judges, whose (.iecisibns ' would; be then regulated orily.bytlieir own opinions, and .not by; any-fundamental principles of'law ; \vhich, though ie-islfltors may depart from, yet .'Judgi;s ^ are ?\bo.und, to. observe. Weri�ir joined.' withjjt^e executive, this union might soon be' aA _.oyerl},aIar\ge forthe l,egijlatufc.*' Havihg firiiished reading this passage,- the Ho;i. Gentleman riioved his Resolutions, three in numb-jT, and to the follow. ing-e.&ft;,:^ �', totally tHstiuct and liepjrate from his Officdi's'^w^^ presids .his^ Courts of. Jjustjce.; ^^ .i-',: iv; , i i>^t..r,.=j .1... :.. :.. ..1.- __-.T-.. _c ^1.- in s. Resolved, tJm. it ' tKe.'.Members oi" ' Majcdty direits to be Ka!*�tiSIIV-siiriTftoneariSliis Cabinet are, aredceined to -b-^t -l"s Goiitideiitrii'Aiivjser* of the Executive Measures. I, tli9t. it is ithe opinip.u of thjsnH^Use, thi , I Qn ;the question being pntjonthe>firstresplutibn, ; Mr! ;Npble Lord who '.vas the obje'ti of this niotibn, and. heiyvas proud to enjoy that honour, he sh {uld re. turpi his, thanks to the Hon.. "Ge^tlenun AN-jhb 'had brpughit the subject forward for discussion; It was ,\ypll.;l5,pQ\y,n that this Sjibjeil had; undergoireidii^cusf. ^j3l3i(fl[,^t.of doprs, .where it;had;not beeniai^y doh-J He admitted,; that theobjeflioti to; the ^^^pjntalent of his Noblft Friendt stP the Gabiriet, was^ .gpCfjifhich was c4�Mlatcdi;tdi;mak.e an, inipressitm' ppjHe.first view.. ;But hehopeditp: pers;uJidie the' 5 liipuse. ^before he shpuld, sit 46wniiv>t." could tempf a- Judge to swefveffp:m his',duty. Ic ; was' perfectly true, that th'cr^'nTighf'-befvqaestians .relative to sedition, insurre^ion,ojr treasoH braugbt -itiltbv irr the'-CubtTTet, -I'atid fhafi-'after''attending such discussion, theChief Jijstice mrght alio have to preside as Judge at the - trial of the 'ofieiidfers. But what eiKsrtwoijld that.produce on his mind? Hede-sired it to be recollectcil, that' no 'pcrrcnf was ap-.poirfied to the plice of Judge,''till after''a cert.tia time passed in profession,' when -he had acquired jrptound learning and experience.' Was it ikely that in such a man his principles would be afloat, or that he would be led by the Cabinet? 'VVa* it not more likei'y he wo^id lead the Cabinet (Av'fryh'udcry of hettr ! hear J- fram_ the oi>p(i'ite , be�rhes [filled' bythcvo'gldirin'uence that of the Cabiher, and that in tli3t*sef>fi^ wo�!c|^sI^i. if the eXJStetKC b^;''^!^^J}fc|o^^^ j weU.fb�indM^s�ipJcipnHvcre ^ of-ji^lnsbtlPti for removing "the Nofefa * ^' ;MaJfSty'4 <2abinct. whether' the'H �'r.':'.t��-'v .-till. ' ;-'*;i' ipWirt any equal degree to b^^^ ;