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Courier (Newspaper) - May 1, 1806, London, Middlesex .4^^ :M^/ 1. 1806; .rBICE.6D�, *. THtATR.E ROYAL. ORUltY-LANf. THIS PRESE^I' EVENING the|r IvJajeities' S si. "Ttif'ffiir/ag i/j/f/ tcvrral Debeui/ifds sigttcJ hj the "Jtanuralili!ang " " "   '  iairiWiertt', ... ^ . , . , to rf/fufitit/l!^fyi'i>vrjo}^too'J Mor.ils anJ . V V' 'itatH\ Eduoafion, aSan APPKENTICE toa CWE. ]^ll^i4*'%ini �A ^faMished-Hoitfei at the West End 0f the To>vn. A^haiuls9in,e.p7eix>ium ist^peOcd. Enquireut Messrs. ] ymiiorea d Palni?r*s. drugi;i�ts, rhrogmorton street. , V |eCi)ND e;d1T10N ENXaROED.-This Dijr iiimb. ; Ihhed; friceas. 6d.' ; ;'V \ >N iADDRESS to the Right Hon. WILLIAAJ k. AVlNfUriiVM, in which his NEW MEasuRE ol i'U IJ1..1C-Dfct" ENC Iv .isLconsldeiei,! ; and s'>fne Keuiarks civBrifiadier (;ener,-i1 STEWAR I's PAMl'HLEr. v. Printed tor J. Kidce-vay. p|>"niQt.e4�;(>t St. Ddvidji l+ij\lajfchio,'i8Q, was published, i^itc is. ASI^XION; preatJhea by the Res'i pOSES Gii'AWt; Prebendary of St. Da�t(lis, fietiirre tlie �aid SoeieH'Titt ?ai�narth�i, ]��ly *�, ifet, a;id p:uWi.>>hsd ^t iheir,rcqufc�t.\'J'o which is �ijihe,pr�senl Slate losifti'^W iimcri^at^ early uurclia>e, as Xii^ketssirid Sh^re-f will c(HUi)itie tn.advaiice in Price, the ."Ic'.ieilncbjHtiit. &7Cosi5'ri�olfi; the whole lithe of p*awfti|i;i*he�*>iit(�ri*'ciA-P*^^^m to a! t'riz*;, .ind funii the ^r^?t Capiiali of Twentyrfive Tlmusand. Voundi.'iVeii/'^'lioiissiids, Ten Thousaiws, ice. &c. they .:jbt increase ill v:ilu�,aiKi cannot at any periijtl be lower, '('lie l.oiterV-. be)^'\s l^rawing oiy the lith-ot the present Mcuuh.^-T^'Uorithill and Chafhtg.Cro.5s. . . FULL MONE.y FOR~p"rIZES, QWIFT ancl Co: No. Poultry, resp?afully in. s3 fornjtiie public,'that they,now pay the Pijzes i/f the 'ist lottery in ttill, or tajcethifin in exchaitge 'for Ticlifcts .iiid Shares ill the l?r*se�t liOttctVi whfch begins Drawing on Muifday wcfikl The Scheme of this LOjtte'-y has strong tl.iiin.-!t6 tljepatroi.aiic of till public, as it posfc^.^esniore IVtzes anil'e>ver blank* thaVi^ny of the late~> ' ' . ^ HOUSE OF LORDS, VVednesdav, ArRti,?o, The Houie met at teno'clock, and, alter reailioK the bilH onthetdble, p-oi-eedeJ, eleven, to Westniin.ter Hali, : to attend �he trial of Viscount Mtivillc, Their Lordships returned about four, ard continued for some time aftervvardi in discussion, during ivhich strangers were excluded. An order was made ttj proeeeJ furthsr'n t^e Trial of Lord Visaunt Melville to-irorrow, j ml a mt^sige. sent to the Ho se of Comrfions to Hcquuinc thorn thfiewih After puradnjisiiion into the House, 'Lord bLI-^ON trioyed to reier back to the Committee of Privjlegsa the Resjlutijn* tespedUiig the Clairn4"to the Uoos Peerage, with a view to introducing Wo-tls relative t� ilie Manners Family, through which the Claimants derived.their tiite. Mr; Stavjly, from the Gener/l i'ost Oflif^e, ffresented an Acc'.iuut of the net Revenue of the Post-Olhce for twenty year*,' ending i8?5, which" was ordered to lie on the.table. A cnver.iationof c-JHsiderjUrslengih ensued, relative toa ..Bill for autliorising the Transfer of certain Landed Propcty belonging to one i>t the Prebends in tlii Dioceie ot Lincoln, in perpetuity to the Les.'See, on condition of r'jeiving an an-nu:d corn tent. The Bill wa-) opposed hy ili: Diikenf Nor-ffiLit, Loid Ei.noN, Lord I'.i-i.ENBOKDUon, and the Lord CH.ln, Lord Hoi.-i..\nd, and Earl Spkncer, supporrevassold by them in one Quarter, One Eigmh, and ten Sixteenth Sha:e>,.t. he presei'rt .Lotfer>' consists of only Tit&ets, imd SKieine contains " . ~ Piizt: (if L.2f|nks toa Prize. . LOT.rtiRY. begnis Druvviiig izth May, 1806. ' SCHEME. � Prize of . a >;aoo _j .^0,000 ' 1,000 ' 500- � �� 100 IS 4 ,000 ^0,000 15,000 ,1,10,000 ,4,000 2,8o3 i;,ooo Tickets Jit 0,eoo ,j u. , Part of t��e ahwe Capitals.' iT 5lW,First-dr;.vyij Tickets ,151 Day J, 1,000 eacfj I r'.ooo: F.V4 first.Drawn Tickets 3d Day , oco each ? 000* ly^ inri^^/ijijl^ary, view that,he 8q|Jj?p;rte?i .ihfi-*�..l9W�'�''�:W^^^^ |.!MriisihP^'999/eJliflnpjwerc/ tor. tn|s jompwwon : l^stiSft iiMiM '�ftk^ flacnce, it was to prevent htm from withdrawing tda great distance from them. There were certainly inHuy thlng.sin the Ad.iitiDnal Force Aft which Were lialile to objection,hut these might be correcljd. Th" 'hea. sutes now: proposed held otit the promisj; of greater numbers of m n to the .service, but of a ie^s useful de.icription. Inconsequence of the syst-^m of in--listing men, first for limited, afrcrwiinls forg-.-nt-ral service, 2o,oo3 min of 37,000 r.iiseJ un'or the Artny of Reserve A>^, had entered into tlie line, an.l a still greater riiimlier wouUl luve entered, it' the standard csfablishL-d for the line had not prevented many of those rcin.iining in. the reserve Iwttaliohs from entering into it. He .had learned from the Officers lindcr him, tl'^at much greaf.-r numbers would have inlistcd if Govern;nent had been willing to take men of an inferior siz;. Ir was true that these men cost a dojhie bounty; bat who would hesitate at thit expencc if 20,000 a.-lditional trained men were to be had by it. Nothing cnuld be more lair than .to engage men ."tt first for lioiitcd servicer and then if they did not like a military lif?, to al-low them to return to the situation they would have left. He disapproved most' strongly of the idea of discharging men at the end of seven years in time of war. It was true seven Gen believed it' was tvotihj practice oi any Ons nation., t ' In the German dominions cl' his' Majesty it ua.s n :t, i the praClice ; ami he should be glad to know if the 13,030 Hanioveitans now in the service of this conn-try. Were npt engnged for life:?' He wovtjd wihh to know in what couniry the engagement for limited service >v'as really in usi-. It was not the pracliL-e in Austria-. InFrance thj conscripts were obliged to serve during tlie war; Otlver nations had facilities of gettirrg meivthat we had not. He believed every officer would agree vvith him, that it was easy to give to every man the iVegree of discipline necessary to enable him to go through field Trianccuvre-s^'Eut from the time" when these ideas had been set afloat, a general discontent prevailed in the army.. A disc>..:rge'in time of war would be highly dctriniental In a ry where trade arid jtranQladurcs were so flourishing, and wages so high. In such a country he allowed, � ihsr, at all times^h^^he artiy w:n..jua�m^?\t^>ul{)roach of the expkiltion of the period, the objeft was al-ways to be secure of tlw re.isngagement of the men in lime, and the Officers made sacrifices with this view. He. wished, more time had Iwcn given for the donsiJem^On of the measure. The Bill, which it was proposed to rcjidl, had procured vast numbers-on Ifinlied service, and as many almost as w. w,!}|clv wa�] not contained, though perhaps in stronger. lapjjBjfcge, iti the Bililhat was to be repealed; The. .-Hon..Gentleman concluded with intimating;anitttei^:.^_ lion'of moving, that the farther proeeedingmwy^haj adjourned J but hedid not makCthe^bHotiv - ^ ^ . M^, MAIISIWARIl^G icf!is'anxi(Ju8tbexi>rt�s his \opiniort thus early, before ih^-'H^uJ^ WoiSld h�ve heard the fientlments of thoi?�f hrgHTitithofitfesi �ftir-which'he could not iSre'ttme'to pAftf hithseir.s'^He^ ^ ^ ..... . __ w>iB, thA^the,iii^itia;ilioofd Aa^^^ .agitea.with the Hbn." Cfe.>rlehiiirt"Vho i!po1iela�UTaU. .. At,t|]ft ciVe of thi \�uir>Tw!'Bj�Ddt^ {tm U.wM'better t^i? df^tSuiislBn shbiil^ Bfc*ajf*Off to ! ,^ce thi^^i^Yent. to ^dd fo the ^piiblit'ilrength, tiHiNftfliU ' some adequate suhstltutc.,But he should vote ffir the repeal of thii Bill, for the .sooner a bad measure wag got ri.i of the b:tter. The Bill went on'a pli ' pibly wrong foiindation in giving imprtiperduticj to pari.h c^cer.':, whose chararier was partly ' civil arid partly religio-Js /� /iniGn that t!ie Aci in qjesriori'oiij;kt ' not to be sulFereJ to remain otie day unrepealci', why. did' they r-emain days an.i werks in. ullicc ' without prcp-.).sing any mea,sures to that effift - When at length the Hon. Secretary unfolded his views in a very able speech of four hours, it ap. peared ibat ail the advanta^s he prop'ased were in disfant projpeii^. Tlie Bi.l now before the Hoi;se required us to tread back the steps of our ancestors, and to make compulsory training a part of the liuv pf the country. . He had asked whether, in anv country, it was the custom to enlist lor term of years, and to this no satisfaij^firy answer had beeii � retui-ried.- If it should be.necesi.:rv to call forth any general exertion, (he did not mean the necessity ' arising fro.n invasion, but tiie common emergency aris-ing necessarily trom the com-nence-nent ota war, the proper season for decisive cfH'nsive operation), .what resource would now reoiain ? I.he only way in-which the force raised for limited service could be useful in this view, was by liberating the disposable force, and placing it entirely at the dispo- . Sal of the Government for offensive purposes.-- � With respect to the levy mais^', all the objeftion to it �fs, not only this general power ot calling out every one^ to whon the provisions of the Bill ap-. plied, but what was of more importancej that this  principle might be appliel arbitrarily. It was not the general powers of theprerogativc that werecalled in questioiijbut that the scleflion was not sufficiently guarded against the arbitray oppression of ipdin-duiuls. This consideration of the'principle had been applied in the levy e/t Masse Jiz^^ when its  influence had been mitigated  by the lot, by ah option of other RCtvice,with the jienalfy bf :� fine, and by oilier msdincaitons imier wHch thi?- . compulsion operates niore locally. Having'b^en thus � modi^ed,* It was.entorccd irt Its most lecae'nf"form. If the objeft had'J;)een toget rid of the coitipulsijrt, he could undcritandit': but to adopVihat'i-Tinciplt, and to enforce U,^ w a moreharsh'and a rnore'direft . way fo.- "the purpose ot procuring ati inftrior stjTvioei � was what wpjild-nbt'^Mi/cwilyit^bn^iled;*'^ the Rigl^t Honparable-Sfiiftary had s'rateil-ai^6n.^ ,:the^caB^?iof rcpe,tl the.gtievances created by" this AkhV l^al-'a ;