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The Times from London, Greater London, England • Page 5

The Times from London, Greater London, England • Page 5

The Timesi
London, Greater London, England
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THE TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBEtl 20, 1851. 5 AMERICA. i lBT sisczsio TELsatAra.1 'lKHxviL or jns ticirid UVEtPOOU WtMftit trnin. Wth arrival of the United Statee man e4hip 0MBtBn3f we bev recti red advices KnrVk Bth last. She brings id Srar il $840,000 In apeck. Amos the Vainer llatbew, DEATH, OF TltS Kim OF HANOVER; At i eeerter before 7 o'doek Im the morning of Monday tost the loba life ef King of Uano brought to a dot. TbUcMd thU country Prince Xroett DiiVe of Cumberland, been tt BueUngnun ralaee, then called the Queen! flout, on tbe th cf June, tad there fort in the BIsi year of hit age. 11 tpoot Lhe daH ef kit infancy and boyhood at Kew, together with hit younger Drouert, ue vukee of buteex. and Uam KriiM TV r.rl tnfnr. tlx I wen Mr. Coohton and tn. Hughe. That "which City of Oluww. Wille l. wiled fromThiladelphla for Iivcrpool bridg. The early tut on of the vonne Prince TTihTflh" AV were Mr. Coohson and Dr. Hughe. That which ivreani bip Ohio arrirtd at Kew orkoathe may be called the university put of hia ednca ti.fctU with sdrfcee from fan francboo i to the Uon be received at Goltingen, where, together el, wxl 3W la gold dust on freight. wtah the "Dukes of Buteex and CaabrUM, he ftrim ilP 0J wai entered on the 6th of July, 1788, each Wkt'iWf accompanied by a governor, a pmeptor, 3l In the hand. fPV ud wntleman in attendance, besides a sufficient there was no news of Importance from CaU. iuile cf domestic servants, They all resided in one torch. 4. mansion and had their; establishment formed upon a jbe difficulxici with the boatmen on the Itthmut Mitt their household expenses exceeding in bitten settled. the whole a year. From Professor Meyer TV tteem thip Prometheus arrived at Iew York tbfy ind inatruoUon in Oerman, in Latin, tt Pih iw from Juto del Sud and from Uejne, in theology from Leu, and mnwah, wiihadnwi from the Utter place to the in moral phUcochy from neyder for the Irtlait, nl in gold duat in Ue handi performance or which duUei each of thoie learned uj jo rroM wat paid a ram equal to 400. per annum. fbTmmm ihip Independence had amred at San the Luke of Cumberland thtu received an joaeelSud.frunSan Frascuoo, wUV 110,000 ution mtT to that nruilly bestowed on the is nli dwt young Oerman noblca, hia tattee and hablta were In airloe trom HaTannah are devoid of in gnkl icgftf) formtd upon continental model, and I i rtre VMJ ivni, account, aa well in mini rc i ior oiner reuonr. xo De utue inaccoruance wttn i and preduectloni. Puring many manhood, and old ago, the Duke AmixL and bad landtd her pat rt vn.i,ni v. 3m rrv 2i0 number, many of tnem in a dying Ui he pve up much of his time to the tt from fenr. mot ultra party pohtlcs and to other purtultt rren Tai WMhinetoo, hovtmber it ii stated a prince, the oourao of hia life tlit Mr. WcHtcr td 4ran up aome important cfUn giving rwe to ecandal, and in many jtcbt declaring the policy of the United States to mping, though powibly gToucdlew censure. Gorrcment wuh rrsard to the right of soarch. in the year 1700 the Duke of Cumberland, then involve mtMrrewnuonsoi tnguuoand icown prince Ernest, entered the army and Trance to a right to Interrupt American Tels on me4 the Pth IlanoTerlan Light Dragoon, the the hkh vuit and nrch thtm to prevent ccn.mxnd of which regiment he received in 1703, v.r. from that ocuntnr to Cuba. tK.n in k. f9A Tn it. rt It ii aUo tali that Autrfa has sent a note to the fag jaT he was appointed to the command of aim ice in Dnsoe oi larauy, wnicn naa cnarge oi tne jti cooocra outposts ot Marsaal Walmodtn's army, and there he nf Vromlh bT the American OoTcrnmcnt Tntaotey market wat eaaitr on the 8th iusL He itock market wat very buoyant. Tcrrica czebaoges oontisucd very firm, with an award tendency. Billt on London, 1101 to ParhrSf. 15c to if. 13jc. for CO day; Amster daa. to i Ilamburga, S0 to Bremen, 79 to fC. Tbe cotton marlct wat doll. 6,000 bales had bands since the 5th inat. at to je. lewce nUa. 500 barrels of ashes had Iwen sold at erlaord rates. 500 tons of Liverpool coal had rent fcM on private terms, and a lare amount of Scotch at $5 75c cash. The flour market was de prutcd; corn meal scarce, and wanUd. Demand for wheat firm, but not active. English and Ssstch had been fold at advanced rates. 100 tost of English lead told at 5c, and 00 tons Spuuth at 1 50c. 2.000 barrels of turpentine sold at 13. Rosin arm. Provisions were inactive. FreirhU. To London Flour, It. and tur Ct. pcr latrcl measurement goods 25s. to heavy toods, 20s. To Liverpool Flour, la. ptrbarrtl; grain, 4L to 4 Jd heavy goods, UOi. To Glasww Flour, la. 6d. To Havre Cotton, leper KE1T OBLBA58, Kov.7. Cotton it firm. 8Ietto dav, 3,000 bales, at 7c per Ih. for ttrict middling, rjalos yesterday, 4,000 Ukf, cakkg the sales for the week 32,000 bales, frashtz. To Liverpool id. per lb. or cotton. MOBIliH. CoUcn matketnrm. Saks of the bales. CUARLESTOX, Nor. 7. Cotton firm, and market tending upwards. Sales to day, 2,200 bales, at Cc to 6c. par lb. EHirnXO TSTEtXTOEKCE. ArmiU it 5tv York. ExecWor, Eoterfi Amt Wil1 ho ai4 DavtA Cuma, from UmtmcI tU WutU, IrocB Braoaa: Um Miami. Irom Tnlce lb ItiUiri, Bamliuro; tk mi iifj CUilt, Irom nm tad Pit IIwmoDl, from tL CJjli. STATE OF CALIFORNIA. asserted that Her Majesty bad been, ia thUroepeot, unuormiy cooatsunt tun, oe mat as it may, ue Ducheae of CsabsrUad was, for a time, excluded from the presence of the Quees. It Worth to much tntereet was excited on this abject, and the iadnence of the Duke with hb eldest brother the Begent was to strong, that the responeible advisers oi the Crown were Induced to interfere, Bay, even the King of Prussia was prevailed on to remonstrate. The object. cosaUeang that the opinion of Ministers ought to nave no wctrnt tn a question so tar removed iron political affairs, and that the King of Prussia, or outer uermaa Princes, cad no right to interfere with the practice of the English Court. During the reign of George IV. the Dnchest of Cumberland was regularly presented, and thence forward continued to attend the Court) but the death of the Princeta Charlotte of Wales which occurred soon after these negotiations with the Queen had the effect of brinrina the Duke of Cum berland once more under public notice. In conse auence of that Uimnted event, strong apprenen lent were entertained that the throne of England might paM out of the direct line of succession, and in mediately thereupon the marriages of the Dukes cf Clarence, Kent, Cambridge, took place, and Mutable provutoni for the Itoysu pertonagct were made by Parliament. No additional Income had been granted for the Duke of Cumberland on his 'marriage, which took placo three Tears previously and now, when the nation was freely grant ing runner annuiuet to uirce oi bu oromrrs, ii was thought by the friendt of hit Royal UifiDau hardly by any one else that a claim should be pre ferred on nit account ua application was unsuccessful, the proposition having been negative! In the House oi Oommont by a mtjority of 7 tho numbers fcr the vote were 136 anintt it, 14.X During the latter part of the reign of George tnd throughout tho whole of the reign of William the Duke of Cumberland raided principally in England, and im remarkably rvgular in hit attendance in the Iiouto of Lords. The Princeta Charlotte, the Duke of lork, and the Duke of Kent being no longer alive, much importance wat attached to the opinions of the Dukei of Clarence and Cumberland, the former being next in tuocession to the throne, and tho latter next after the Prinows Victoria of Queen, who was then in her childhood. At the last of the memorable debates which took place upon the Roman Catholic claims, the Duke of Clarence declared in favour of the proposed concession, and spoke in itfpport or the Relief Pill. Tho Duke of Cumber land immediately roto, and in a short bnt forcible tpcech, delivered with some warmth, condemned the measure, and expressed hit unalterable determination to be governed by the principle! upon which hit father and the majority of hit family had ever acted. Ue uniformly supported in Parliament tho political opiniona which guided the ntt, tho Perceval, and the Liverpool Adminittrationi while, the period wMrH have now reached, he' wat a warm patron of the Brunswick clubs, and also held the office of Grand Master of the Orangemen of Ireland. In reference to hit transaction! with thlt latter body a mu' titude of report! were at thit time circulated, Imputing to him political deslgnt and objects of personal ambition connected with the tucoesaiom tothecrown which could never have entered into the mind of any man free from ungovcrned or inordinate ambition. Of tho existence of tuch dc tignt it may, perhaps, bo said that no tufficleut evidence has ever been produced. But that a Urge proportion of the publio believed In them, it atteaUd not only by the Duke'a many enemies, but by the conduct of the few friendt who sought to palliate the equivocal proceedings of those days. At present, however, the chantablo construction is, that his Royal, nighness'i intention! were not well understood, and that he ought not to be held responsible for every project which crackbralntd adren tareri might have propounded in Lit name. Ytt, notwithstanding all that may be taid on his behalf, there yet remain spparcat ground for censure and, if for a moment the chronological order of eventt be interrupted, we may ttate, in connexion with thew Orange clubs, that a Parliamentary committee was appointed in 1035 to inquire iuto th character and constitution cf their lodet in the united kingdom, in the coloniet, aud in the whole of our army, when it appeared that in Great QUfmgt Drtarr Zai, evinced Mmilar pereepttea of the feelings entertained in these dayj towards the Kbg of HsnoTer. Hit career in thit country, however, was then Lrtu hitely drawing to a close, and from the commenct ment of the present reign he ceased to reside hi Xag land for at the death of hit brother," King WMira 1 to wnom fie was next male netr. be tncceeded IRELAND. fjrsoji ori owjr coxusrovsawT.) DUBLIJT. TTttjiiBir Moajrti. mi ruccsnon'orono. tax boxsw catholic On of Clonmelluo, sf ITLlit Hacaalosa; Udanltf wttb ILi hsatef, tuk wVm rrtV Jr ki mm Us muu wu peonwjirAaHMwChywrssf. kxmsjizv Jetitss. CfrCTf, Fire ntztes. M7rhlw 'rpertr cf vmlierMt value as many eowntfc t. jatttrdir brought Monday evrainr last the Eer. Robert Mullen, hammer bi taijtfre ecmrt, which was onmellon. was entertained at dinntr In the I crowded to inwwvemeace entfc UUatef buyer I RUVJJI 1KAI HHUf. UCV. IlilblWn Ti MmMrWI. to the sovereignty of hit paternal dominions. In f.vP' Hanover, atia many other parU of the continent, fpm.1. It itAoaA from rulon iW L0D" J8 CtthoDc UniVCT prrrlout to hit de i proMesionsi In compel rUraj rr le ro to collect slmott every one fhe At taiere toll was re enttr." TheVerr iMkMy active and, UWfl Intft acsooK ti, al i jocauun woica thev an'sitwred, the rhH fore Uueen victoria, tnemrn InnerttlBff ine HritKh 1 poos. of ber ancettort: did not tucceed to the t'rf 'TZl offr crown of Uanov.r. From the period wh he bnt tMa w. kfn v. of Toeber bouse. count of Msn: icaiH uuciiiu ovravia Be ovuih mi I a Ttrr little interna in the affairs of Great Britain. mun. mpo swtmeni Oeuvetcd donn the and it so bsppened that almost hit last act the 3 "7 ''T ii tf v. lEto the educatfen ouestiow. and mntt that august body who took the oatht to Queen r.TIT! b7w'wp Victoria: Immediately after Ukinr hit seat la fA.u of AP clergr men cement ot tne iT f77. at much dirtineuished bv bis conduct in the field, Early in the campaign of 1704, in an encounter with the enemy near Xoumav he wu teverclr wounded in the arm and lort his left eye. In cootequenoe of these ditaHeit he returned to England for a thort time, bat within the tame vear he rejoined the army, again to participate in its toilt and dangers. tie stand in tne sortie from Wlm guen, tubeeqnenuy commanded the rear Kuard oi the British armv in the retreat through Holland, and remained till 1795 in command of the line of demarcation in Wettpha lis. when, peace having been made between Prussia and France, the army retired into Hanover. In the ear 1703 he wat raised to the rank of Lieutenant General; in 1003 to that of General; and, on the 20th of March, 1813, to that of Field Marshal in the British army. The last regiment which he held In our service wat the Bluet," to which, on the 22dof January, 1827, he was appointed in tuooes rionto the Duke of Wellington but, when upon the accession of miasm all tne uorse Uuards wtre placed under the immediate authority of the Cmmander in Chief, the Duke of Cumberland took rtmbrage, resigned hit colonelcy, and wai succeeded in the command of the Blues bv the late Lord Hill. It wu not until he reached the 88th year of hit age that (on the 23d of April, 171M,) he became a member of the House oi Peers, when he was created vute ti uumoerianu sou ui ureuui' tain, and Earl of Armagh in the peerage of Ireland, with a Parliamentary endowment of 12,0002. per annum. He had been made a Knight of the Garter 13 years previously, namely, in but it was not tQl 1831 that he was chosen one of the Knights of St. Patrick. In the year 1815 he received a Grand Cross of the Bath, and in the year 1837 he became Sovereign and Grand Muter of the Knights of the Order of the Guelphs of Hanover en ascending the throne of that kingdom. Although he had been actively employed in the early 15tn U'usars in ihh, yet uunng mo most mo Britain and Ireland alono tnerc were nearly the Upper House on the commencement new reixn. Hit Majettr, with hit family and tulte, embarked for the continent, and in every point of view that event mutt be regarded fortunate. Happily for the Duke, It gave him an opportunity of exercising and displaying the better qualities of hit nature. Not unhappily for this country, since it removed from oar toil the most unpopular Prince of modem timet, the remote possibility of whose accession to the throne of England has ever been regarded by the people of thit country with undirgulsed aversion. Hanover was thenceforward no more to England than Mecklenburgh or Melningcn, while the Duke of Cumberland, ceasing to reside in this country and btooming an independent Prince, necessarily underwent that alteration of feelings and sentiments which are consequent upon the change of condition from a tubjtct to a Sovereign. In any account of the Duke' of Cumberland, however brist, a few words with regard to Hanover must be thought necessary. When the continent ot Europe wat relieved from the despotism of Bona, parte, and there wu no longer a German Empire, (the Prince Regent induced the European Powers to consent that Hanover should be treated on the footing of an independent kingdom, in the case of Wurtemberg and Bavaria and that tho Sovereign of that State should in future be styled King, not Elector. From that time forward this small German Slate hardly the size of two English counties was called a kingdom," Soon after William IV. ascended the throne he gave a new constitution to Hanover, upon what were considered liberal principles. The year luiu, like IH4U, wu one of chanze. and, after the dethronement it wu tnougnt nanny sale lor any monarca tn any I tas bishop of tht his doiM OtorjzRaUtJg, ra tint fcflcwd for east 18 lots. TirlioA are sUlate in the counties of Myo and ehkay I the former, and contain 5,777 staXte asrrs, yielding a net prcfit rent of 194. 3UV lCd. The Gshrwr estate, which comprised twoWts only, wai not told, the Oerwl being hcttiandnuate: ltget. It it a longtime since any priest of the bu the biddtogt tor tha Mayo prop.Tfy; wtta the church of Rome wu heard to speak In anything ap 'exception of three Lts.which were adjsrrced. either proaching to such language ef sptritcal ta oT WKt ofcsmpetruu or on account cf the iafade prriors. The following are some of the observations pacy of the tumt offered, were tolershty brisk, of the Rev. Mr. Mullen on this mist. Thirteen lotswerwseU SfHosrether. realLt a snn In the Frtman't Journal of that morning I of eqasi to 15 years purchase ncarry; The Bat sod Catholics my, 'Oh, Sir, I know what row sir principal buyen were Mr, Robert Fair, of toe 711 jT i i couaiy ot Jkegnr a umu, asvi'r. vowtr corruption. Other will mr, wU. I Uuk jv rWtht rptesUurtly, bot oodm to UcU, sad art not soo bishop tnd priMt on lb other id7 ri Ptp iu soUlad od womm wui co to a to 17, 1 jo tn1 If 1 11 not cVtmintzii; 70a too I will xuir Uvea otjoetioa Castle, eountr cd to bnrta with ti lt WkaowBasoek It was divided i word. (Chwi.) Hai. not Uu IjUi pwpK wb lobtwd of TT John Hood, of Nettlehatn tnll, Lincoln, vt became tho purchaser of Togher demesne andaaother lot adjoining it. The Xayo estate of Or. Walter Blaze, ot CTTaa. ot Ualway, wasaext ottitred for csm. into II tots, conCiininj: in the wcole iu.a.i.u 1.1 1 r1 ttatute irefcrnsranet oroni rent ti put 40 rear mkM UmpU to ttVxitj tbiir rtluto per annnm. There was a goodly array of md tinir Ood, mij of which wociJ pat to tlu pur bidders in attendance, and the whole of the let cooTnticl of their Protettaot bmhnaT TW no changed owners within a thort spice of time, tht pobilitT to dtUmined pwpU. (Loud sod prtloao! lum realued beimr 17.SW.. eaual to rears pur' ctttrs.) 1 th mcod4 objeclioo, th' tb bkbop ttTT 51 LTCi v. ff JSi prieiti diikiVl Ut tht wcocir ol P.Ur wZimn che" The pipal buyer wa Mr, Synott. Why, if rr than wu a qvMtiua fUnd clrlr The estate of John She, a minor, situate in the rfor th chair of mthorUj. It wis th asinnitj oiMtioa. COUnty of Kilkenny, WtM next put Up in two Iota, firtt. by lufrUod. who ipiad fourth fond of ncalud. It comprised about 170 Irish acre, producing a net annual profit rent of HCf. 15s. 3id. The two lots' rcisoomrr ud nrieiihood. mm a The next tale wu in the matter of the estate of knowldx, intimtj eonrtmnt with th uioo fa lu Mr. Matthew Penaeatherr ef JTewpark, consty of prieci, boko sippcrarvs me propenv wo do aoia coojuiea 01 ma will as OoTtnunent tathoritv. Why, Sir, it woull a famnj 00 th sweats (not of Ood, but of man) to pian thty th basin of thtir msiUrt. 80 Boa hsl til th information on both iIe, and, oertorer, th pinion of bcr nrdimlt and of all th bishop of Chratondom. Th Pop hd, thuefor, th Mctwuy infonoatioa, mod it wouia contrary to uiin 10 My ns ttl sol light or rrd I nnlilim! i for sjwirt to tht contrary, s)lu that boll toall 1, IP S'. PouUnl 1 prrrMi ltUnit hlm U( 'cX I The last ot of Clwrlet ta two (cheen) morcortr. rtwiaU Thomai Mi part of Europe ezcepting, perhaps, Austria and Russia to resist the almost universal demand for popular institutions. At William IV. wu not a professed Tory, it became to much the easier for him to accede to the wishes of his Hanoverian lb duty of boJIJuM this, bartos; 1 ot Jborop opertv I unsettled estates in this county, containing 4,131 statute acres, and yielding a net annual profit rent of 1,654. Only two lots were disposed of, the remainder being either adjourned1, postponed, or told by private contract. The two sold, producing a proht rent ot soar, realized a sum or equal to 1 5 years" purchase. estate ottered for tauewat taat ot nr. tchelL It comprited hnds la the King's tioo. Now. what I your doty and mint! nttian. when Rom lut Doka th Tiptt I wQI toll yo ia th mm acceue 10 iu wuuti oi ois uanovenan word or to. trom. whoerer it united to th chtirof tUDiccts, and, accordmgiy, tacr were invested retar mux, i ory ny mn profi th dory of Try Ch bu by two satboritatiT meripts gle with Bona raoM on own coKsnroxsErr.) SiJi FSANC1SOO. (St. 1. Ilcr Msjesty't thlp ol war Daphne, Captain Fan ehiwe, arrived here on the 10th tilt in seven days struggle wi resided In Knglahd men, forming a secret armed society over which the Duke wu acknowledged to possess absolute power that they had established lodges In tho army, admitting the military without payment of feet and that there Orangemen had considered and discussed the expediency of altering the succession to tho throne. In conseouence of the Kbff't (William nrwmmed attachment to principles of reform. The mentout portion of the great tti ptrte the Duke of Cumberland without being intrusted to nu any omce, ctvu or i military, of the feast importance, except tne unan ctuoranip oi ue iuijvmj ui xuuuii, vo wujca ae wis elect el in 1005. George III however, occa fnm Vancourcr'i Island, bringing the Governor of tionally employed him in negotiations connected ue ouasaon nis wav nome. ine ipnne nam ur wim ue noman uainouo quesuon: ior. noiinu Ercland in about ekht davt the news she bTimrs ttandine that hit father treated the Irregularities of bnsre denied anv knowled2e of tho secret proceed frcm Vancouver it of no interest. Ko progress hu the Duke in a spirit of great severity, he frequently inge of the Orange societies, but on that occasion Utn made'in etttllng the colony, nor is there any confided in the shrewdness, courage, and party i his memory did not serve him well, and his cha rrospect of it rettlement while it conUnuet in the zeal of hit Royal Highness. Though thus occa i racter for veracity suffered, not in the estimation unit of the Hudson! Bay Company, tbe policy i tionally cmplojed, tUll the course of hit ex 0f his friendt, perhaps, but with that large portion of the company is rather to discourage emigration btence wu not at this time diversified by 0f the public who conceived that the committee of ltd the cultivation of the island. any very remarkable occurrence till the' vear the House of Commons had succeeded in bringing There is little going on here the recital of which 1810, when on the niht of the 31st of May tbe participation in those designs quite home woUd interest your The famous Vigilanci an eztraordinary attempt was made upon the life to hi Royal Highness. Still the Duke was Cumittte, of which I spoke so mucli in mj last aad of hit Royal Highness. While asleep, he wu regarded a consistent Tory, a man sincere and in tome former letter, hu resolved to discontinue furiously at ticked by a man armed with a sabre, ardent in his friendships, a partisan whose support itt ftmcticnt ftr the present. The has I who inflicted upon him several wounds in the head. I it was not. convenient to lose, and he was there Htt difcolvid. but has intrusted its powers to 40 The Duke. Viot Ulna able to form the least coniec fore not abandoned br his political friendt. It cniUrJ, who arc deputed to watch the state of tore as to whence the blows proceeded, sprang out wat among bit good qualities, or, at all event, one more he wu ready to quit the kingdom. Suo eric, atd to cll the whole body together on an of bed to sive an alarm but he wu followed in the of hit imputed merits, that he shared the political wu Ernest Augustus, King of Hanover. i enttrgtney. There is a growing confidetce in the dark by hit. ateuilant, and cut across the thighs, i feelings of his father, though it was well known 1 early life he gave way to violent passions and aeministration' of the criminal law, whien renders Lpon assutance arriving, btliu, an Italian that he did not snare tn tquai proportions the actrt of the committee Tjrmeccrary, and the vskt, who it is alleged had thus attacked with his brothers the confidence and aitoction tRjeiitsrohterwmsxtedhmtrewtll nlghfurgotten i tbe Duke, vu found locked in bis own room of George III. In tho year lttio, however, the alrealy. Traie still dull, bat Improving. All with his throat cut and spots of blood were articles tf cocsumption, such flour, bariy, and 1 obt erred upon the floor of tbe passsge leading to the ue lite, care advanced in prise, but tn manuia: apartment wnicn beliu occupied, un tne next aay twd gocds there it little improvement. a coroner's inquest wu held upon the body of Sellit, The great staple, gold, continues to increase be which, sitting four hourt to hear evidence, de jciid the cxpte.ations of the most (anguine. The lilrated about one hour and then returned a verdict placerc" of which the exhaustion was. confidently if frU it v. The Duke of Cumberland toon reco prtwiicated last jear now turn out to be about vtred from the effects of his wounds, but this very is productive as they ever were. In tbe dry painful event gave rise, to much tcaudal, and it difjpgi a lack cf water hat retarded operations, be admitted that the Duke't "contempt for bu ia the wtt diggings the lowces of the rivers public opinion frequently exposed him to a species has enabled van hitherto inaccessible to be worked, if hostility which persons of better judgment might and the yield hu increased, while quartz raining it lai ily have avoided. prep cjMtjr prosperously. There is a confident hope At all periods of his life the Duke of Cumberland, that 70 millions will be the aggregate yield thit irg a man of strong prejudices and strong pas Mar. The export of gold for the month of Septcm (ions, wu a violent political partizan accordingly bcr was follows: To Panama, for the Atlantic we find him, In 1810, entering with much ardour States and Europe, and to China and IlIo the Regency question, and opposing the Oo Chili, jna.Ul, making together 4M.171 to vrrnmcnt strcnuouMr on many of the points at issue, which say be added about another half million, i lit ing a Prince of tne blood Royal, and able to ad carrid away by private hands, and net ruatiifestci. dre st the Upper House with fluency, and some From the facilities a Sordid by the United States timet with effect, hit influence wu felt during the at ray ofhee established in San Francisco in smelt 1 ambitious struggles for place and power which pre it? and running gold into coin and ingots, very cided the formation of the Liverpool Ministry. He little dust ia now used as a circulating medium. 1 was even at one time (1812) authorized by the Prince TLe amount which tntert the asray oflice for con Regent to assist in tho Ministerial negotiations then vmion Into "a circulating medium" daring the going on a tuk rarely performed without exciting Iat month was about The amount enmity and that, occasion certainly proved no ex rattt'd throuch this office it increasing. ct ntion to the scneral rule. When the continent Kzehange cn England, sight and CO dajs' biUs, 47d. was about being relieved from the tyranny of to41id. trance, 4.85 to4id; iiamturgh, 41s, to Ilonapartc, tbe Uuke of tumoernd again Lima and Valparaiso, 4 per cent, discount went abroad, and resided chiefly at Berlin, Mexico, par Atlantic 1 to 2 per cent, premium, but previous to settlinc iu that capital, and TU Interest of money hu fallen considerably, for tome time before the close of the war, he double reason that foreign cautal abundant, i jolted the Prussian army, then engaged against that good landed security Is for the present tic French Emperor, was present at several battles, melt to be met with. The 'atter fact bu contracted and witnessed the death of General Moreau. Upon tec aeicat oi tne enemy me vuxe lost not a moment in entering Hanover and, acting in the name and on behalf of hit father, resumed possession of the electorate. UURoyalUigh'netsrcmalncdabeentfrom England till after his marriage, wnicn event tooK place in the vear 1815. when be was united to the Princess Frederics Carolina Sophia, who wu third daughter of the late reiminz Duke of Mecklenburgh Ptruitz, and niece to Queen Charlotte, consort of George 111. Tne iJucncss of uumoenana wu therefore first cousin to the Duke, and hav lcjttfn Derations vrrv much cf late. The average rate of interest it 4 per cut. per tttttith. Gold dust fetches $17, per oz. readily, and rrnt demand for ezportation. V. COURT WINPS0R, Nov. 19. Tl Boytl dinnr eireW yterdj incraded hr K071I iixhnttt th LMcbut th lidj In Waltmit her r0! If'ubuw, the BaroDOM Colonel th Hoa. vhtrttt Orer, Um Hon. CbarJc Oore, and Eir Goorgt Homo ua IMoc Albert walked In tht II Park Slept thit moriiiDtt. Boyd Hmtohm th Iuch of Kent vUtad Hr jW7t4j at th Cutk, from Piogmore, sad prtook of TL QMabridcs Unlverrlty ComtnWon had a rieotint th rwidcBC th rtrtt Lord of th ir. Dwtlnr rt. PnMwt th Kthop of Kr. th Vmm Br, Btr Utta Uanotwi, Prtlwwr "Ktwick, ud tht IUv. W. II. lUtM (SMMtkryl. B. ti. (iofJt. Chtlrato tt th OricoUl ikU Cm. b4 aa UurrWw WHh Ctrl Or ytottrdif, th 1cPU1m wr seat off from the (MoaUl oOo rwUr thLord Uiw Commltdmuw ftMj tonka Uld, h0norf QibrVtM; Malta, OyVxk, u4 Horg lpeb war rtwlirf yuurday from the Oo (Wo. fetrrjuiiirr. The Venerable Archdeacon Hale TB4 fU HaiL JfJUvoolor of St. aU St. vruf PtarUrfr to Vju vsckUd bj tU Outh at ttw Stv. T. Siroom. power ana organirauon 01 ie pou pj to which he belonged were greatly ihakon it was, therefore, to be expected that at whatever times party tpirit attained any high degree of intensity, a Prince who was prjud to ran nunseit tne menu 01 uoia jmuou mm Charles Wcthcrtll thould be marked out uan esp cial obiect of political animosity. At the corona fell into crave errors if he betrayed want of judgment and want of political foresight, he made some amends for such defidendet by his administration of Hanoverian affairs, and of late rears few continental monarchs hara quitted this life more justly regretted. In bringing the narrative of his long and not very eventful life to a close, it should not bo forgotten that thouzh he devoted, was right and fitting, his best energies to the service 01 ma uuuuuiuub, jky ue was uuk lutugctuCT unmindful of the most it may now be called the Ution Is Inapplicable. For when Jerome wroU to Dtnuacn th chnreh of Antioeh wu divided, or dutntbod, by th lira! claim of thrt bishops, each claiming th adhaaion of th faithful, jut th Iriah bishop ar diridtd aw ba tWMO Rom oa th on il ia, Clanndoo, Lord John, and th nardartot; Whix oa th othar. And who wu Jcrom for'! ror itome, otrtamiy, for bus nnlUd to th chair of Patrr. Do roa imitat thi mat doctor. tols Snma and th barhop, la wheat Cavour em hu ipokea by aauanuc oommanit ivbmii. ru yow im on Aom and nmembcr tho words of Jcrom. Whoarw dot not father with you scatter that It, whorr la mat of OiU la of anHHirl. tChmrm 1 tho bUhopt and priests who ar favoorinf tlint Eooiw mianinona, wno it apMiwtie rt reran to to fooodint; ef a aniTanity for th Cttholic youth of Ire land, art much la uam bat acat taring what It ef Ood and faroorioc Antichrbt. Let uk too. lot ma aak th Catholic laity of Inland, thi twrlon aod it it not a hy Iwwmw won nun law (vnuomca parapou DUBOpaJ through prid, obatinaoy, tervility, or political partijanthip, rtbal ruMt th Pops sad twtny tt totrrttts of Catholicity, I that a Rood and lubttaatial mtoa why layman ahoold with privilege! which they hoped would, through bwhop to aniwar that argmDent, or ajacrtthat thaoo out a long futurity, secure liberty to tbemtelvet and their descendants. King Ernest, however, had not long occupied the throne when he, and perhaps others, thought they discovered that the Hanoverians had not vet been educated in the exercise of constitutional freedom. On the 20th ef June, 18 T7, when the Duke of Cumberland became a King, the revolution of the barricades had spent its fury he wu in pcacefulalliancewith neighbouring States he could confidently reckon on the support of hit little army and on that also of many wealthy burghers and Landowners, who, having much to lose, instinctively adhered to principles ef absolutism the new Sovereign, therefore, though he encountered tome remittance, eventually withdrew from hit subject the privileges bestowed upon them by William IV. He arrived in hit capital on the ilUth of ut.e, 1837, and on tho ttth of uly announced by lettert patent hU intention of retting aside the constitution of Hanover. In the month of November following he dissolved the Assembly of Estates and annulled the constitution, declaring that it never had been valid. Hit principal tubiecti had worn to maintain it, and they held that their oath wu a covenant with God not a compact with men. Among others, seven professors of the University of Gottingen refused to proceed with the election of a representative while the constitution ntmrnAaA tl)A WAa kit A'arl siA nrA aa of their number banished. Biota then ensued, and the military were called out the other small States of Germany expressed their discontent at offered a constitution which the Alterably received with gratitude and joy. He wu thenceforward com paratively at case but his domestic life did not oon tinue to be so fortunate, for hit ton completely lost nit signi, sua au nojai conson uepanea mis lue on the 21st of June. 1041. at the age of CX The political eventt of 1848 are too recent to need even the mot hasty recapitulation. In Hanover they pretented pretty nearly tho tame character in other continental States but tho courage with which the Sovereign of that little kingdom encoun tered his portion of the political hurricane will be remembered to his honour, as contrasting strongly with the conduct of other monarch; the King of Hanover, in offering largo concessions, did to in good time, with a good grace, and of hit own mere motion," declaring that so far he would go and no further. If Ms subjects insisted on auon therston. for 100T. Tne gross turn produced Dy tne tales eaecxa during the day wu TO THE EDrrt)hToP THE TIHtEA Sir, It may teem unnecessary to add a word to the unanswerable defence of the new' law of evidence assailed by vulgar rarndt tk tmm of tx much perjury at if he who gives the party an on portunity of tUtiag the truth were Justly ehargeable with that tmprincrpled party's assertion of a falsehood. This opinioa it drawn from the casuistry of Hudibras who braaks th oath who maiat I "SH bewbo for oon mil a takuW I lament to see the feeble arguments frocaascf ckntal possibilities which crept about during the dkcutsioa cf the billih Parliament, hot never tea tared to make their publio eppearanee ia either House, now repcoduota la talk with Weetmlaster juries, when their minds ought to beezclasirely dirt cied to the discovery of truth in each partioukr case by all the means with which the tziiting xw supplies them. The judges who hare commuted parties for perjury tlir faith aad inoraltt Would Cuholi layman tet ratka I were aououess con vinceaosweir ujwj. r. ally la attempting to hutify hi hajiheartodMt or opprt ask why a judge should feel pain in drrscbng a man ioa of the poor on tht (iwd that a ftw biahopt and prUttt whom he believes to be guSzycf that offence ta be uwini; liruai uppr MT iua poor i bar inoictea ior it I tainly not. Kbd, my friendt, th bishop who ataad aloof r.tceaaanry prelong aad widen drrhioa th ehareh, and tby tho daprtre th tmHon of tho power ef WTMtmg from th BritUh Minlstar aay on Important beoadt for oar raUgioa or our country, ii oitoop, soa pnttu, and to people b4 ramataM a eon pact aad a anitad body, wonld cm bar beam radaead to the filghtfal tUt in which find ovnaiTW a preeent (Hear, bear.) Woild th Whlgt bar so brataily Bogkcttd poor paopl? Would thy bar drd to subjact to raCgkmi panrevtioa? tear.) Would they havadeoUned reiroUtiag the ralatioat tetwaca landlord and tenant (Hear, bear.) Would thay bar oootiooaJ to Ibrca thair biiJal eotlrgw oa th thoUc paopl of Ireland I Th diruiona ef la Catholic dy, partknlariy th bithopa, har bean th cau all ta calaautW which have bafiJIaa as; and If they coatiau, othair dteaettri await us. I say now that any Catholic layman, who, la dettranot to th views a tewnnarmad a eoopkof dozen corrupt prieaU, withhold hit support from th unirtniry, proraotas (a far in him Ut) th tvil I hav born aamTatiag. ret hap soea of yoo may wonder why, or haw tht biihopt coUdarr. liatea. Har we not maUocfcoJy eiparieoc that Government beta, aad fas othar onntric. many time attempted to aacar th eoaatenaac of prelate for their unholy dMlga agaiaat tb nbarda wall th faith of the ptopW! Ye, sad ba torn iaataaot uco(dd. Too re mtmbar th coqoottisg of Cutlaraagh WHh th Itiah bishops refereno to th Act of Csdoo, and know from accl rattical hiatory that than aaver wu a remarkable bry or ichiam la th charch that wu not eithtr lit rod need or sop ported by members of th ephoopal wtfi as th body to ohich I be lour and th rnataet emr war toroatimaa favonred by mn diatinguiahed for their telenta, veaarabl If tha parties had sot beea examined, the jury must hav founded their vardict em kapertect information; and the party who knew aioaaalf to be deeaivin tham bv a false cue miohs have sue ceeded tUely br reason of the ezdutson. Whether He obtalnea UUS iniquitous aavaauga oj aooonuBg witnesses, or merely hy nppresting evVdince, ia his BKrch more rlivad than if he bad com mitted perjury I The rair trial," nowever, it not to ee maae, as you properly observe, by tho result ef a few cases, but by tht general effects produced. Perjury may be expected to be put down by punishpaent, especially if the administration of the law more rational, as you suggest, in regard to the materiality of evidence, and by exposure sad defeat. JL am not prepared to azree with your proposal ef punishment instantly following the ericas, for the first impressions of judges are by no means infallible, and a full hearing might furnish aa cxpltnttiati, showing that the of testimony did not necessarily imply wilful and corrupt perjury. But the publio are much indebted to Lord Campbell' fqr lately visiting with prompt punishment a party convicted before hlm of perjured evidence before a county court. A nnorted in the same paper has induced me now ta trouble you. The parties contradicted each ri thtir yean, ana remarrabi ror th austerity of their I other upon oatn. lne jury pro uweea toeaaamva a tiett; to that dUtiagulahed talent, length of years, aad (fault, and the judge accordingly discharged them toJUy mortification ar not in ttamjalru wfficteni fr i Terdict. ThUmight be right, whether Vl.Li 1 1 tSiweezaained oTnot. the Inez uim. Atrm area, uuaiUDia rttia I wu hooted by some of the only unhappy portion of the United Kingdom. nl.Mn. and. durinir the debates on the Reform Bill, he encountered several manifestations of popular dUhke. In the vear 183.1. well as for some time before that period, the temper of the people was During the famine in Ireland he munificently teat 2,000. his subscription towards the relief fund; and with that brief reference to one of those noble deeds which atone for some of his faults we commit TO TUB XDITOROF TUB TIXFS. Sir, In my latter to Mr. Carney I toad a great mistake agaiaat toy own em, which I trust you will allow me to correct. I aald Sir 0. Xapicr reduced tb colonial paper debt to Ute than lOO.OOOi. ha reduced it to 20.000. and ha Ufc tb finance in each a atato that three months would bar liquidated the whole. Whether it wu to li'iidatd I know not. I also forgot to say that in th Government achool pupilt of every sect, and trtry colour, while, yelbw, and black, lived and studied together amicably. Jus 19. W. NAPIER, I.ltntenant Gentral. such that the Duke could hope for no impunity the character of the King of Hanover to the judg from tnat ae ire to uepreaaie raeu mji unai meui oi posterity. wnicn usually marts suca cpociu a uuuuua uu totv: and it is worthy of observation, that the attacks against him on this occasion were not purely political. Borne cnargesmace in luiuwcre now revived. At the time of the suicide of Scllis, to which reference hu already been made, a statement wu circulated to the effect that his Royal Highnest had murdered nis valet uut, in oruer conceal this cnormout crime, he had invented the story of apretonded suicide, preceded Dy an attempt at assassination, and tnat tne wounas which the Duke received had been inflicted by nunseit for the liettcr concealment of his alleged otlcnce. These accusations were negatived by the evidence produced at the inquest; still the force of that evidence, and even the lapscof three and twenlv years, did not prevent a revival of such scandal, and the Dnke, therefore, thought it necessary to institute a prosecution in the Court of King's Bench, where, though the whole question of truth or falsehood was gone into, the defendants were found guilty. Upon that occasion the Duke himself wu examined a witness, and exhibited, not only to the jury, but to the whole court, the marks of the wounds which he had received in the head, from the inspection of which it wu inferred that they could never have been inflicted by his 'own hand. The choice which hit Royal Uighncsi made of a leading advocate in the conduct of thit'prote cution presents a striking proof of the ardour arid constancy that marked all bit friendships. Those who were accustomed to tender bim their advice suggested that, before hit purpose of tnut vin iva been born in 1778 wat seven years i dicating bit character should become Known, ne junior to his Boyal Highness. She had married ought to take the precaution of tending a retainer KM trV Ar riaW I A i 1 fT fll I Wflfl I TSi jaiilM OtlXLI'Lai I aCI UUB ZtlU ala.MaAJta.Vt livtd only three years after thit alliance wat formed. but the Duke replied that he would have his friend CV. tj tha TMnnt nf Pnlma Rralin. i Rir Pharlpa and none Other, to Conduct r.i. ats inia. thltdlr with tha mn. I Via ran. It has been freauentlv observed that le rrnt of George IV thin Prince Regent, but against never neglected any opportunity of advanciog the withci of Queen Cbiriotte, the espoused the the interests of those for whom he professed vl i.ta Thair marnamt wit aw aliirhtnat retrard. and in cases where hit esteem lemnized at Strelitz oa the 20th of May, 1813, and warmed Into friendship, the strength and sincerity at Carlton House, London, on the evening of the 20th of August in the same year yet the Queen would not Retire the new Duchea at Court, though that Princess was sot only her daughter in law, but her niece. Upon this' point much anxiety wu felt, and many representations were made to Her Majesty, not oary by member of the Koral fimily in thit country, but by some of ber ova uermaa relations the Queen, however, remained inexorable. The const rt oi, George III. wu taid to be proud of the aiiARhmanta have been verv ffenerally acknow ledged but however respected and beloved in the circle of which he formed the centre, it mutt be admitted that outside that ehoundary the Duke wat nnnonular. As ha OaSted along the streets of thit metropolit no hat wu raited out of mmamar Vlltn SB VCSCfl chaered hit PlWief ti tad Lord Brougham could not but feel very eonident of hiimut ati i at ooora aom ncnuu wi au fiinrfAi TMnce illuttrioua by ooorteey while pnrity of her Court, though coald hxrdly be Mr. Thomas Moore, la bit well iaown lampoon of TO TUE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. is that laid down by Jtrom follow tho who listen to (Chean, and cries of uvzsTiTraz or uiairrs or st. rirsicz. Ili Royal BighDce th Dak of CamtrlJge, K.O., aad tb Bight Bon. Robert Shapland Baron Carw( war jaator day inTtcted with th riband and badg ot the Ioat Dlut ttious Order of St. Patrick. Th carcmovual took plac tb Prti ac Chamber of th Cartls, at 2 o'clock. Tb Knights (Jotnpanioni Is their mantlet and collars osly, with the Offiotn of th Order ia their mantlet, riband. ana nore. ihomm alterwardt his Exeellcaer by tb principal officors of th Viceregal household, on tared th eater room, asd abertlv th Lord lieutenant, attended lb Prtne Chambar. Tb Knights Conrpaaioo than to Itrtd, and took their teats at th table ia tha following trier: His Grace th Archblahop of DobUn Chanoallor of it Order of BU Patrick th Hon. and Vary Key. th Daan cf St. Patrick'r. Chaolain th Earl of CharUmoi Soft, th Eari of Fine, th Earl of ilowth, and Lord XaatareeD and Farrard Sir Ueorg Morrlt, Sir William Bctham, th Ultter King of Arm Colonel BoyteJ Hit Excellency wat accompanied by th Connie of CHinbdon and th iAdie Conatanoa and Eaily liners, aad th Earl of Bettborough, and wa attendaJ by th Hon. Herald Ponecnby, prirau secretary Xtajor Poaaoohy aad Lord Dunktllin, alJee da camp ia waiting th VeryBcv. lb Dean of tb Chapet Royal, Captain WUlia, Mr. Por tucua, Optaln Robert Willi una, Mr. fcltoa 31arry, th K. Ralph SadHar, and Dr. Tbor wa alto preeent a comeroct company of dia. ,177., LlTt, lirguUhed ii tort, including th Ear i cf Jlutown. Lord "ZJSZL nl Talbot th. OrryCoa rft ow V. ru 1 peculiarly adaptod for IiKlia: I a iigas eaDed 0Tr I UTater, and, HI a huating cap. IzrWer protection to th tEati tLe ntUan. At 2 o'clock tb Knishte were receded by tb officer of th Orcer, ter room. where hi Excellency th Grand MaaUr took hi Hat la th chair of state, and th Knight Companiont took their place at th table according to thair reepactiv atalla. Hi Excellency then ctmmacdod I'UUr King of Arma aad Knight Attendant on th moat Ulutricni cruer to read Her Majotty't tetter, authorlxmg th Qapter to bald, which being don his iUotlteucy cemmaaicated to th Chapter that, la obedience to Her Majesty' th Sr. In tha letter on th Caffr war from th (ecretary of th Aborigine' Protection Society, which appeared in yours of tha 15th: I obrrr that th Uommieuooers tent to th Cap by th OoTtrnment ar bold up to odium in their ao tenc (Major Hogg a being of GuadVtKroU notoriety, and Mr. Uran a oi roiiot loroe). ui Iloc I know nothing but of court; at a toldter. ia alwayt to be tnokrn of ia th am termt at a burglar or ttettttn. Mr. unariee uwea (0tng my own near connexion). 1 heif to etata. it a aetller at tn Cape ol etven year ctanl log, and never Lad th honour of belonging to th body to Jaitly aonomj oy moral lore marutv, poyucai lore noa intervontlontete, and aboriginal cattle raireta. 1 am, sir, your very obollent tervanr, Army aad Nary Club, Nor. 18. B. K. Kino's College, Losikjs. We undentand that the Venerable Dr. Warneford, ia addition to many other act of munifioanc, bat jurt fousdod in perpetuity eight new acholanhipt, of th annual value of ill. aach, for the medical ttudont of King' College, Looiou. Six of lb (tao to nlted up aach year) ar intended ror th an CjaraganMnt of a pnvioa good education, a totted by aa eitminatlo la divinity, Oraak, Latin, inaibtaaatict, modera hiatory, and French orOarmao, which arill.b bell immediately after matriculation at Klagt College, at th giankig of ach October tana.1 The Bubjocte will thi year aattlad imaadiatoly after th sealing of tht trust deed. I future, twalv moatha aoUce will be 'given. The tchelarabips wiU Med up for tht SrrttioM in Ootobar, ISS2, aad will be teoabl far Urea year, on eamlirton of a eerttficatt of good eondoct aad diligenc bateg productd at th do of each year. Two other scholanbJiw. tonabU ior yean (oa fitted up each year), ar decigaod fjr tb bDfit of retvleot medical ttadentf and will award 1 tt that atadent who, baring recited ia th CoCagt roomt without biama durtett a ootieiaerablt part of two yean, shall tMrsupoa past tne mm evammtrlna la Civioity, tacfe iiolattliiatl tabjMtt at ar ebltaoM to The trattvarntnartea foriak teaolanhls thecloaeaf Uuararaeatoa Tha fwrurt effect Bit Urdakip wa that bstreduerf hj the two Jui'ee of um icwajaaaoB aa imnroratneia taiO prweat, ta4 Uiaitao, wtta un aau eertcocmla. Uon art trUect nori. bis Hzctllracy's ractcasl, cCjd srtr tht tricable confusion and ia which tome are but the practice of discharging juries Lt extremely dangerous, and the hope of nhtalninj It will be a itronz temptation to per jury in that party who knows he is ia the wrong and gains au ne teexs oy voe ociav. 1 am, sir, your numwe tervaBa, Kov.13. A UK A rr A9D lIobt draoooxs. TO THE SDITOB OF TBS TUCE3. Sr. If a mii hat a real ar Imaginary grvrraaca, hi int thewght la to rush ta th eoluma of Tm Tina tor radrae. IbtTtaaeary grtevanea, aad I eaataat raatet sppaatog to yoabrthonoedy. I Wear it raiaourad. aad aalhortty it not an indiffarant oa. that Her Htjfi dth Dragooa Ouardt are andar ontert for Iadia, aad that they ar to be eeermted Into Light Dragoon miritory to thair atartme. Now, it happta thare is a gallant fcllow this niacnincanl eorp whoa sBaaatoaano aad pupport It my happy prtvjlcg; asd I Ie wb pfwmtedUm tlf to mT qolppd from head to to htewleadU leuimeatalt, I tpeedily reoovend tha aaalmt with whlca I had paid th terrific bill incurred la bis aurpaat; but lb fallow ha now th aodaciry to tell in th aiprtaaire, though, I muat eoaftea, duroetftilj)r laac of the day, I ah all hara to fork out either 200L oa th occatioB oi their traaafermatioa from Ptuagtrt into I balteve would louaa, in wiaijwuia I into oaiaac, ua would found th th haavv draxaoa It it ia a light a tha abac I aa4 aaoro a greater protection to th man in caaco, v. daws the face than ta the cu ef th rival head gear. Th Bora. ArtUWry I Udia wear th aetraet, tharafereit cannot wall aaan. pUeabl to th dragoon. tered with that uaaleee though xrentir tppendag. tUsha braequajfrom which heavy errnrpt. Burtly. tha iatO. bents upon wnicn our trovrw bi uw, Tantagaoaily be tpared thit titra lneumbrna. I bailee I a iu Chapter would proceed, to toveet hi Bpyal HlghaeeaSir hheat much fearaf txmtradkillaB, by oecrg. yuu UKtna, wiu. noaaa aaa draat of our haary aaralry it the meet toldiariih and baCg of th mi Oluatrieus ordr, with th usual ear. I MabteL Tth army, and a ertry rasent wall BCI' adaptod to Indte aa that of our fight Ultter thea announced that hi Boyal Bighncs th T. Jtl, I have axtemotad. to dif Duk, of Cambridge was la attendance, whereupon hi Ex 4 daairahl ta tCed tha chaAja, I cteacy rrpctcd the two junior knUhu treaeat to proW the height of bjesstea, at Ua to tb DWe rooca to bring hie Boyal nighaeaa, whom IVrrUuMOl i deoerturaior Iadia, whew th cfieeeV im, uiMMMi mima inrn i Liuif rmnTur ularttun the iangaia of tb oruer on a him to th right of th chair Bim iaria.tai1 aWr tha Arehhiahon tha ortLr. tha daehratian atmointad bv tha atalutM. which t1.00 be subacribad, and hi Kxosilency, aaaietad by th two senior knights, than placed th riband aad badgt over th right boulder, prooouaeisg th following admonitba appointed bi tb etata ta Sr. Tb loving company of the Order of Bt, Patrick bath reeelm you thair brother, lover, aaa leuow, ana, la tokea aad knowladg taertof, thv (iv you aad precept voa thit praam badge, the which Ood wlS that yom raoarta. sad wear trom nencetuiia to ill prata tad paaatur, and lo th rralrsrinei tad ho nr of th taid Dluttriout order tad jotiraaU." Hit lUjal Bighaass wu then cengrttnlaled by hi Ex etlteacy aad th ksJghta praent, ud took Mt teat at lb table. Ulster thea aanouaced that th Bight Ben. Bobtrt Ehapkad Baron Cerw wu ba atttndinca, and hit Exeat. ltncydaracUd that hi LortUiip thould be tatrodacad to rawrv we memr ut wguuoou, oa ae waa navrv kh the rrininea 1 hav aaottd. Heaws, knowAta uaior tunaU rabaltarm gats but a poor return for hia purcaaaa Booty without being saddled with aa additlnnal kspoeinoa hi thi. If be for tha aabW DukeI hia with I tm. Ka wnaU. eiiuilw the tm. ri ava hit saserien. to ba aatteftediDta tar such. tt be git at nla nuaert taott aouao ia quitou rrttam openly tokratad. though dirartly at variaaca, with ta regulation ef th armv cat aaQog onmittinei feer ta regulation money a a woaaaniaa vj. if chooaaa, to Im apea hk yy. wUhout bMng obDgtd kCteak)Wfiyto tae tacawy tend fce siarrtar 1 da amtaiax an (Mry cua aaaae woum awaaaaeu. rw HbJy. at laeee paarealle teeiea, theaa hOter deeoa weeldhaar comperteon, th of trta the apteadU. faattcf hwaaxnardtrr. 1. tteeaeetiac to bad a ciatr 'ar to Isawrtttt tt avj pl. J5a1tlIA. Olfttd aad Carahridc Cah. raWL Err fioucrTOMrrlwTTimtr illfc raltotha pwhSe to krfermed that the ttV el fcjWy far th JJteiwif Ber tan beea totaled el jdrr kouaa. wUahaa, Ul beta rrowvwl hack to the Tt iatar.hMJan.

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