Courier, January 28, 1806


January 28, 1806

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Courier (Newspaper) - January 28, 1806, London, Middlesex ^ TricftTRE ROYAL. nrn^fS PRESENT EVEN INC ,THE:GAs'rLTiSI*KCTRK.. J Oin!bwlJ[ist".u*4eJ, tfy the Yoyng koscius ; Angela, Mrsi . , vWithTHE^LEFPrKG BEAUTV. To-monftw/rii^.Tra^velle'rs; Avith Ths l?erfL'>v?''i. " sTKEATXlCUOYAl, Cv*VEf�f),iVtT. Cw>kc;Anielrosa, Wrs.H. Johnston. Af crv/hJchtwillbraaed, tor tlie tst tim-, now Farce,  iY��prsners:''�1i>iiK" iintriediately is obvious, befire heft^ice�ses;^e�b^rcial^y as alt thos�% who purcliaas earlv, - m^e'tbe arivdVtta^e, 'if thsir Tickets are n� draWn Capitif> t1ic-fir�r instant*;- of chancing them toT '> UHf,t)aAWN XJCJiET^, '.vitHtfiit anvgddir^rtnal ixpe'ice^ by Which tneans they, will h3vea;(r"ubiecriance-f>r tlie t)inrieroii!ooel; Triies (ever dfi^vji] where;-*!!.sharedahd.soldat. i ^ : ^.'CortihUivandj, Charing-CtosS^ whereTicketsand Shares (whilst any^rtttiain) will continue *^^Jj>,ES PATO.OM DEM/ND". . r-drawn RICHARDSON, dk30DLUCK atid Co; respeft. fully .acq*iaint ttte'l^iWio, that the Stheilie lor tie State r>ott^ry iuoiisists of i wenty-live ThDUsand 'Ijckets, andcontaius 3 I'i-iies o*' ^.IW.ono iOioo First-drawn Tickits arl. each, besides beinj; entitled to �Tis;chance6ttheCapit4l�, ahdaH other Prizes. Tickets ami Shares are on Sale, at their OHicts* Bank Piildl-gs, CornhU], and facing the Uale ot the King's Mews j �Charin'g-cfcSSi :. . : ' :\. '-^ STATE titnfERY. i. ' ,. To^jestift E>ra.wit)S.f^n Monday next, itbruary j. CWIFX.andCO. Na. i tj Poilttryj i^dndonj and O it their OH?ce* in mostof the. uriitcipid 'rowKS^ are sellinijthe TICnETS and SHAKES of^he t^RESEtVT LOTTEPJV, in-which the five thousand Fust Pfawii Tickers are entitled to 2il. each, besides iheir chaooe of t;ai>'tal Pri??s. The only Priz; of lo.ooal. shared in the hit Lottery, fio. i8,j59, ��,'�s sold by Swdft.ard L'oj asabft . .., . ; .- Ko.'3,97.1 aPnieiit ^i,o-) ' , 7t"76 . - : - - - i.'Uxtord sircct, CAPITAL PRIZES' Sold and .Shiirea ^7 HOWGKSnnri Co. last year, viJ:. tfc. 3,944i a Pr'zeof zcrjoool. in > Quarters, a Eighths, and4 Sixteenth Shareii-. . . . No. ta,4o8. aj'riie of .JvOQOl. ln,t. Half, t Eighth, and Sixteenth Shares. And . . ; No 9.787, a Piixs of 5,*oi; itt i Half, i Quartcn 1 I E'fehtli, ana 4 Swttejotli Sljares. - " :  Alsoin the late Loiteriesj precefling th-; above : I Wo. '9,467aPrizeofL a\ocb 1 No: z,6�t a S�.i598 ; . 5.000 i8,(;ft> .. . . 36, so . ,. , . S.tfpo totteryiximjmerices February '?,66a , .20,000 �4.787 . 10,-Poo i�^7.i*� i . . loiood. The DravVwRofthe preukjr 1806 J lie Tkkm attd Shares or which areou Sale at ii!�a'iovc Offices, on thtttiftsf liberal terms. 'N. B. .Hodges a 4 Co. fi�ve- no'conncxiuut whatever with .L?'^ 'r �fBce la L�pd?rt, t . - > K�f\ND 1 of L U r r E R Y rrc'in, JEI>RU.*KY 3, iS-i6.  C -EMK. i3 t30 10 a.30 - ' f'pkfls ^, 30 �oo 6'000 8,000 . to 030 ' 5,000 i lu,ooo �pr(rt nf>)i^ abeve Ca;iit''alsi . , f't't.drj|��u.rick�l.'>'^- '�fo 'Xllo �.>�,',, 6th''Pay.- ,;a.o,o�. i."' ' 7tH Uav �.�c.tio�ed Lottery Presfnt Uj^ceofs^-Ttckct . >i'; '^l-. '9^- ^ =� ^'V WOUSE OF L0K'|3^,  The O'a'iie �if G i.oocrf ri ji rfnd rh? fearl of j EftstV, took' the ostht and their stilts, ia. ships, that he had given hot ice, on the first tJsjjr of the Session, of his intenttdn to move for an ,adfeunt of the Naiiibet of Men raised osukr the .Addftilpnal Force A^. In consecpienCe, however, of, jlie j^Tt>-sent .sMfe of.affiur9, he shotlld .at least sui})ei^4r:^}* intiniicd' moiion; He cotild not he'ipj at,,t^;, it^tn^ tithe, ejf'pressing his satisfafiion to the Hou?c, ifiat he liad been the first person in Pariiarileot who had^ moved for the repeal of that AdVwhich was now universally considered as inefficient. � . ; JNTF-NOED VOTE OF TM'ANKS. Lbtd HA\^KESBURy 3d verted ti>.the notice l�c had giv�n-ofJbJs intentipi} to tnovea Votitofjfhap^s ta-Lord �C0|LLiN(9wb.PD- &n^i the Ofi^ftrs and; IVj|i(^ ioder ;his command/ had,; he aaiJ, t^cfiti tii��i t'>n�Sifr aStJCfptJeJi ot'not,ic6,iofhis int5nt;iai ,tb-^niake such ii nvxtion, and he trusted the House would not "consider him", as wanting in respedl or atterition fo-their Lstdship", iti not attending on Friday, the day on wliich he had given notice ot h:s intention to make the luof inn, as lie was then engaged in inipjrtjint business. He now attended to give noti(:e of a day ti)rhringi4ig forward the motion to which he had. a'lluded,' and lie would beg leave to name to-morrow for that purpose, for which day he moved, that their Lordships should be summoned. T^^c Duke of CLARENCE expressed his unwil. Hngnoss to take the business out of the, hands of the Noble Lord, particularly after that Njble Lord had given .notice of hjs intention to move the Vote of'i'hanks to-njorrdw. He had, however, intended, in consequence of the postponement of this Mo. tion on Fridays to have himself moved a Vote of Thanks to those gallant persons, who were under the ^mT^and of jche. late Viscount Nelson, at the p2. . riod of the late glorious vidory. To this step he was impelled by two "motives j tfic first atising from public considerations, itiasmiich as he thought that no time ought to be lost in discharging the'debt of gmtitijde due from the cotintry to thoHe.btave indi'-viiJualsjIwho were-inst'rumenial, under the command ot thelale evcr^to-be-lamented Nels6.N;, in obraih-ing a niost glorious viftory. His second wiis a private mo(r\'e, resulting front remembrances which dctSt. o�> person* iedpltfljfciid iti tii^ll and Imi': i.pOTtatJt,Qfiicial sttuation�;^i H^'iMOM 'rioV.e^^ any^doubt �i)t' the perfect-pp.'ity-oftKc i](iid!iVt4 'xieliich �indt\ced>rhe Hatti MetnT>cjrfW.Vrl%^^;^^^^^ ami umtet Mj�h dlwtMpiWrtc?*, vl)0 mati> motions. ' ^ Mr* PAUL, (witli som? warmth) disclaimed a^iv, sort of connefticn" with the Nabob of Ouid*'* ^'"li Vlwm, orah^ioriiel native powLTof India, he iiad no matt com^titiniCsftibn ihh he had wi|h the E't^cror' of F�;aUc* on this subjects- His coiidtttfl wa's'ldundl td on principles, which he was not a-shamed to own, -iind shoiitd never d^Jiarr from*; and in bringing forward charges against Marq-.tis Wf.llE(^i.ev, he wa^ -gnidec) by:� sense of public duty against a person Jvhom he considered as a great public'delinquent. . On the fifst motion being put fro^m'ifhe Chair^ r , , SitT. ;f. 'fWE^CALF owd', mt similar Mo^i^ -ts-ihtJiienewbr'.��gtft for.war^Jluidlfd tp. nothing bat great trouble an.t cxpence'.' Hie ,trus'el therefcrc,. tliat the House would pause before it. would consent to^grant Papcilsj under .nich circumstances, to any, individual, however respectable he nny be. This was one obj.'iflion he felr to tho Motions of the H-_n. Gentleman.- There was another too, which equally weighed within his min-^. The Tapers, that hid alren-ly been produced, had got into the hands of translators, through whom the French Govi*rnment. had obtained the inf rmation they contained j a circirmstance that Ii;id proved miterially prejudicial to the interests of the Company. The import, ance of it to th^ French Government was such, that Bonaparte would have sacrificed half the revenues of France to obtain it. Besides, he .should a-.k, whether the present was a proper time to agitatvO Such questions, - Under the iiilliience of. these oh' � jcrtions, he shouKl feel it his duty to divide the House. When a M>.*inber was conscious of b^iiig aituared by. a sense ot liuty, he should not be ashamed to avow his feelinns. The Hon. Gentleman had said, th.qt the papers, -.vhen produced, would criminate the conduit of the Noble Marquis; but this he begged leave to d.ny, as he was convinced in his -conscience that no ore of them would affect the public or private cli-trau'ter pf that Noble Lord ; and if it were pv)ssible for him t.o attend in rhatMouse, he was sure hf would say in reply to'themotions, " give the Papers." Besides, it would hav� the most dan., gerous eirehgTJVJe.m,%r.:-:ft4i^'�ences that, would attend the printing the p.^K-Ts gmoved for, "it might.'.have some weight with vulgar minds; but it was not to be 'tolerated in that House, whtn an inquiry was to be instituted respedling. the management of the affairs of India, the reve. niics - ot which were estimated- at fifteen millions. With respefl to his'own opinion of Marquis WRtLESLBy'sconduft, he had stated it to the House and to the countl'y, and ^aw no reason to alter it. He was not to b^ awed or intimidated into ari abmdon-mentof his principles. The Hon. Batonet had stated, that c jnsiderable danger arose fram the intelligence deriveil to th� enemy from tlie'publication of these papets ; but he was of opinion, that the enemy had. gamed more information from Marquis Wellesley's intercepted correspondence, which had been pubi lished in the Mof/itiur, and afterwards translated into ill the London Pajiers,' from which only the public'obtained the information, "though the con. rents X)f the corfespondcnee ought to have been long before transmitted' direct to , the Governors ef the India Compaiyj He was not aware of an}*-danger that could be 'lipprebendevl from the produftion of the papers,' and-tbat' there had been no objection felt to granting them on that scpte,' he ap.^ pealed to the decluraiion oV the Noble Lordj who is,, or lately was, at the head of the Board of. Goiu troilL That Noble Lord had said that he saw no; possible objedtion to their being produced. ., '[ , Mvi PAUL also stated, that Lor4:CASTi,feRBACM had intimated to him^ that he 'saw no possible obi jcftionto his motion.^ . , ^ -Mr. WALLACE confirtti?d,the st^teinenv'ofxhe Hon. Gentleman rtspeclin^ the" dc^larj^iion ^of his, Ntible Friendi and'added; thaVJtVvtas.the .\vish of^ ^rery memberthe  Board of .Cohiroul to gtaMj^ 'leftity dpctlftene th'jtt 'mijfbt -be prciduced,-. Anjuv^^ entlv with n 'rejjffrS' io;pubiic duty, and to the interest,., o( the Com'pan??'' . . -. ; '  Si^ T- r: WHETCmjP with�lretv hi�;oppMiiipij,: .1 and the mo^(on� w and (iJF the  nation, fbr I; am surjE jhcsc feelings are general* and "al Ice honourable tO/'the cqpimuniiy as lothe repnta-tion of theparty tliat is rheobjec'tof if4'//froy ''"grrrfr.iina'^adjingfeaturesyof his brilb'knt Adnu^> siraiion, and sh>jjl therefore avoid entering into ai � consideration of these subje ^if, which might Jead 10 a" di.sciission,foreign^t'.i ihe obj.'ft of my ftiOi tiein, {^carf hear.'} 1 do .sincerely avow my � feeiiiigs of, regret, feeliivgs vj'-hich must operate on ih.' mind.of every man w!iO values the interests ,of his roiir.try, and wl-.ich are gener.'^Ily diffused thri';ir^}] .ill clasies of the crminumt^', for the loss of a mfri so iKustrious, {hear! b/nrf) so eminently dis-tinjiiished, and so disinterested ; and whose constant and i.invvearicd eif.jrts, were ev^r direCled to promote md advance the intir-s!."! of liis country, whose tn;!'! cend. nt talents and singular abilities, had uni- ' ti:rinly, acquired him the admir:Hiinn ot Ivis country, ani;! ot Fiir-jj-e. [Unnr ! hear! hear I)  Having star-� eil tlius niucli, I sh.iH be sati^Sed in this instance, wif'i (r,d)niitting n;y motion to the Htnis?^ which was liter.illy the saiije with the |)reccdent that took pl.!ce in the glorious instatvc ot his illustrious father. (Lord Chathanvl. I am surer that no man will deny, that the son was as great a man as the father. I have adopted the very words of the precedent in the of Lord CiiarliJiin, and ab-itain frnm a.'iy fufil-jr obscrvatio-.s, b.catis-? it would be . n liter of regret to ine to offer any thin^ to Jhft -laise, tbat inighl g ve yif? to ai.y d ff-rence df'' opir.ion on a iybjeifl on wliith tin .niinuy is so dcsir-alile..^ 1 have, however, one wpt..l to address to thoie Gentleman wh.I ;irc pf ;sion of- another  ' rrOiion tor ah irquiry respe-.ning S'.>ine part of the ' admini.itrarion ot tl'.fr m.'-ich l-tniented object of niy motion. If \j'e I'ok 10 t!ie twenty vears, during ; which that iHustrious Personage hid g'.videcJ the ad- ; ministration ot his-country, every mea-^ure of which had i??ii,el tl^e.,xnquaU.k4; -aT:';>robation of- thaf conntfy, we .shall not discover any reason for such delay, fiewdes, feeling as I do on the subject, and jiersiiade;l,.as I am, that the feelisgs of the House ' �' and ot the Country are in unison with mine, it would in beco.nie me to pur off the motion of which I gax'e notice, cn the ground of a bare pfisiibiliry tbat some errors might be discovered in -trearie?, which have not }et been laid before the Hou=ef. Having satd thui much to account for my cmdurt, .1 think I should do wrong in nvt proceeding with my motiwjj. I shall onc'u-ie. Sir, with moving. That an humble Address be presented to h*s Majestv, thttt he would be graciously pleased to diredt, that the remains �f the late i now unfortunately no more.. He had-since lifted with that Right Hon. Gentleman, but though ranked amongst his pDlttical friends,, he had noten- ^ joyed;his private frindship. la the support he ga\c to the present Motion, he was adoated solel}^ by his aJmiration of his .virttres and extraordinary talents, which might be jnstly appreciated withonc the advantage of familiar or ftiendly intercourse/ He" thought the, House, called Aipon to pa)|i^ someed, in this instimce,, ^y',perpetu* .ating the memory ofjaiAJetHber s'> able, so emii nent, so distinguished, an4^disinierested (Iwd crj On the Motion liei^gpiSf from the Cbairj-LordFQLKSTQNB, with regret found, that, ; though he fel.t as sincerely as any .Geqlleman for the? ooc-flsionywKich had jiven rise.ti)-. the mo;tipn t>efora -s-^y.^j ' the Honsje, he'couij;! not> consistently with-his sentft^-^'" lO^pubUc duty A?ssf*''*9 "'*^**l'ovw^^^ ^mightt lead vtO^ the xeylviil of p>9t difference?, ^^{felion.:iGcntlem.':n 'h*�3lv?t�red, that the meritS :a^R|ghii.M^n,^<5?n#ni�?^ v^: aMo:dm. snirte ''^ tW;4fi�ipe