Courier, May 7, 1806

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Courier (Newspaper) - May 7, 1806, London, Middlesex The Cluir beHki* V r�'�lv^i>yb^.l'�ci.cljr. by - . ., TheCh*ir#UI SiVMpgL W0Ot>?i, Sccfctaty  . ! . HDrottgh. . - , ORNSBY and Co, reipeafuUy quaint, t.ieir _ FrJenils4ind Public, that the Sitte , y com-�. ahued �od soid in the ?uM iitii formerX.'>trcr^2 9cai>iMl Pricin. ALL the oli|c�UlQns that haveexUted qjfaiAatfor. tncf. Loiticiies asjKir. tfr, hfcve been inenioved^ by the tsvery day! Iiri.ni trie 'fifW^tii tfe. J�itf "?t�ttp ate. OipiVal Yiie hfflwa#�.ig �M^hlV�ft�hM|j||i.-'- -^^^---- -~----- h-- 'wrsrrdff,;. "^ijreV^......, . side� wbicb rp. drjwte'-^SQ, **.3ScJ�l^s,will-ribe itf�al'iii.duri����)it Payrink. ffit jSiIfjiSrt of rrizw, from " down � ,scarce. SWIFT �hJ Ckr No. ix, I'-Wrtf. -remind ihtif i*rien�l�{)iitl theVublic, >hJt thi:.Ijlr>wii>K o�tl)�iucs|Mtt; ^utc Lottery wijil com>neiice. on jUpnd�y iteKt^ttie.ilUi Jlay, wlfen iJie lirst Ave 'pickets will b� ei)fnl�4'*^ t)a�f Thous*ml Sl'ound* each; i.'ifependent of b^y- otl�frPrttS,i Theyali6 re^vcst ttie Public' to oftswrvei iliat"Tlie'nunif)er of Tioketstlikyvricaeh'aay wiU* t tiie----. . same propbrnori' of thejjT___________ anStliefefoic it UiTVHI^t, tliat^'ickets^^pnnorV cheaper at; �nyi>:ir|Diisl)''*^^",'S '^ttv>iKe:i'arid they bccofhe scarce > St. .Janies*si^tree.t, H and c (he Fubl 4b, Oxford-strc�i^: &^^ of price,.that they hereby �i^p(ifttotitoti^fc>:Cttf t% .Prawing. at \hefvii^:^m,-iKiyri'ii\iiti bought at their Oiirces.br ta *!iat^m^-mf^W^Xsbdbit^thev'be;lower. It is tlierefore �bvwtj�pK|P#)irni4y be �4vea atid nothing' can be lost by ^'*^ti il�ipai^Bce4Jawip beyond prfeCtdAfr'tbintifiijje 5iX:Tboul^n3 thrrei Hdmlred aid (eat finae^ fr�aMly ihtorm Wwir friends and the ptfbl�tUttW*|ejfbi�fe�ii �dfr.S�C�at variety otTfckets Lottery 01fic*,No^ 3, Pipe�.Head Alley, CofnlMl, Lcui- 4 � ,000 2n,ooo.. io,oo& a.oco �3,8u3 /� o.ocgi CAPITALS DETtftAlfSrABLE; f i�efirsv-dtawii r4Lk.ets ist liay UiiOoo each L-^^ooo ),0w'O each i'ive r�iK.lJrawn'i:li1tcisidiaay -.stiitond^tir ' ai.lSiitUfdjy - Ma/�7 >il Wediursdjiy ; - Wayai ni� of.TicWVmvn eiiA. dav^ .,Sy..,t^e^,gfpn^^^ �tft VVertneidav rthSatotihy lib Tuesday blh ThgrstUy iirh f 5,000 10,030 2o,ouO' ' ZSiOOO June 4 June 7 uneto une ra utie 14 Brom-tbe-lONDON G0EitI% Sja/ 6. . . Admiralty Office^ Ma/6. X-'ofJyera'Lirtter from Sir John-�orli�e Wifren, ttart. and -jK, If. VWi|^diiii:alorilieBI�ei&9. trt William Mard.-n, Fia..dadaonl>�Mr^ His Majci�iy*s ship Foudroyant, at '.Sfri;^^th>fMarcli, ;8 6. ^ SVK�I^e|t�r-iflj^ continued iron) hej'oi^ day.light uniil fiW^^ ihrtfr fBirttiies alter fiinetr. w.} the line of bgifl^ AiiptIbiial^the'fia^bf ^ Rear-Admiral) sttqck; and, ,at fifty .'three aiinutes - past the above-'^houry-thefjpigiie atso follpwed * her example, whe'A; �n Offi^r cSme oil board the iToudroyarti with Adi mir^l (.inois^s tword, and infortned nie that the cliips whi�h had surrendered to his Majesty's cr. lours werarticular notice and favoutr. ;I cannot, howevet, avoid regrettihg that thV: force of tfie>ehetay did not afFprd,r6 :the officers andrnsii of th^'other ships of the scjiiadrpn, who shevved the most earhist desire to have closed withi the enemy, art opp9rtiinity''df displayirig that valour and s^tiAch-. rneht to thcit Kiog'and GouBtry, which, I ain .con-fiden t, - they Will be happy to e vihce upoti  some-fui ture and, more favoutabfe occasion.. h*ve enclosed a /list of the kiUcd and woiii>ded on board his .Majesty's ship^^^ as well as their de. fedls ; arid'have likewise forwafcVcd;a particular' statement of the ships .'i;aptftred> together with an accotistt Of  thfe loss susiaitied by the_ enemy, being the mOst cOrreft that cojild be ascertained from the rolle d'equipagev Rear. Ailmiral Linpis i&among the wounJed, as well >s several othet officers. I haveVtlie lionour to be, &c. .-r!>inent, captured on'the ntii March, i(!o6, 'ly a squadron under the command of Vice-Admiral Sir Jbhri Uorlase Warren, Bart, and K. �. Marenga, 86 guns, "�47 men, Rear Admiral Linois; Yrig-tiaud, Firsf Captain, ChasssiHH, Second Captain. BeUiJi?oule,40 euns, i8-pounders,3l>nien, Kniillac, Cap. taia. ' (Signed). . . J. H. WAKKEN. ' . - Foudroyant, at Sea, Ma ch 13. A Retiirhof the Killed and Wounded on board the Marengo a�wl IJelle l''ouIf, in the atlion, on the 13 h, March i8o5. , Mareujio and U;.'lle Poule-61; killed, and-S* wounded. (Signet)) J,B. WARRKN. Copy of a Letter troni F. L. Maitland, transmitted by, Admiral Lord Cardner to Wm. Maisden, Iisq. . Loire, ai Sea, Aprn tj. ' Mv LoR�-I hive to inform you, that his Majesty's ship Loire, yesteriwy evening, in lat. 48. deg. mnS. long, it deg.' 0 uiin. captured the Princess of Peace, a very lineneW Spani�h privaieer scho ner, pierced for 14 guns, though only. Ciuryingor.e U>gs 24 pound:t and tj men ; she had been oat of Passage five days, on her first cruize,'without having Sken any thing. I have the honour to be, .%c. ighfHon. Lord Gardner, &c. F. L; MAITLAND. ^upy of a Letter from Captain G. R. Oollier, Commander oHri* Majesty's ship the Minerv:�i to Wm. Marsden, Esq. dated ofi'Capei'inisterre, April z6. '. ' ' -^Minerva; otf Cape Finistefre, April t6. Sir-I have the honour to inform you, that waiting in Ft-nisterrefiay Kr nipdcrate y^eatlieri and the jundlion of his Maje$iy'sgun brig ConiiiCi, Lieutenant J. U. Batt, -tocut �nt Some smaU cratt lying under the town, a French priva. teerlugger rounded the Cape, and unmeJiately wore,'and stood to se.i\ At eleven P. M. atter a chace ot near sixty miles', she was boarded by Lieutenant Uatt, and proved to be the Urench lugger FinistL-rre, of 14 gwis and ;zirien,com. manded by Mons.. Michael Uenre; had^ left Corunna that morning, had made no capture, and imendi -g cruizing off Uportujbr Hritish ^'onvuvs. I have great pleasure in stating the very aiiive conduct ot Lieutenant Batt, of the ConHict, to whom I tcel principally indebted tbrihe eapture ot tliej)ri> vatccr. I have the hon>ur to.be. Sic. G. K. COLLI�R; BANKRUPTS. Samuel Roberts, of Gloucester, brush-maker, to surrender May te. if,- at four, and Junci?, atelevcn. at the King's liead Liu, Gloucester:. Atcornies, Mr. Chilton, Chaii-t 'r:l.MUU#,iH,L*)t;s from .Uiuches to 18 hiehe^' ..ir?, and triim,ao to 4; fectLong. '- ' //�fl'ff' IB >ie-tiie xqume, and to it ImpoKfeJ/mn Noytb - ir Gtsrgiin anJ tp^bt. dfl'mend 4%~ Hit fir^iy^ iinifrttiXnrd; l)j.t ^Ul ofjjecemier, ijfo?. wilif a Form of tit Ttitdtr^ 'THE C^fnrhm'n'^'t/ir- nmmf m Majeity. rale. Centractk . einikJivtrrd Iiih of JuVy, ijKoj.respedting the eXpenc.-s and disburs'.nients )ftlie Sierra L'cone Company should be returned torthwith. liptlSE ibF COMMONS, To�.^�Ay, HJrAr �. A Message from the Lords informed the HouSe, that they wbuldpypceed on the trial of Lord Melyillff, biWesimirvster-Hall, at ien o'cl'fck on Thursday neat, and that they had a)(fe(!d ifb thc.^ea (Jlltences Kill. LordOSSULSrON ititormed the House, that his Majps-ty hjd bsen waited upon with the Address moved by Mr. tydberPjrce 011 Saturday, and tha he would give orders �c-cordin^lv. Mr. JJENP moved, that the Accounts moved for ort t^ie in'..... of -Ordered. Mr. VANSlTTARTsaW.aibusinessofimpirtaiice stood f �r rhursiday, ind for the convenience of sever^jj Geiulsmsh, he rose lor the purpose of in�)yinn, that the consideratiiti of the Report of the Iron Duty Bill should he p.jsfponed till Friday next, which vvas accouilngly agreed to; wheft lie gave notice that l� would move tliar it becommitted. Mr. W. SMITH brought up tha Rapott of the Commit tee lor granting to his Majesty a Duty otsl. 011 every hiin.lrcd weight of wrought iron, which vtab agreed fo ; as alsi the Rftpoit of the Committee for j;ranting a countervailing Outy of iL per hutulred weiglHoit iron expurteil trong Ireland, and provi^lr)n was ordercl to be made aocorilingly in the Iron Duty liitl. The WJRO AD.VOCATE of SGOTLANDl>roufehit in ^eBiUibcatigmeiiting.tbe Salaries nf the Judge of the Court df'.^amiralty, and the Judges ot the Commissary Court in ^SiiattamV wliich wai mid a first* aii4 oidsred to b0.;Xeiid a .Miami tine to-morrow. ADDITIONAL PORCE .4CT. On the motion of Mr. Secretary WINDHAM, 't!le Order of the Day was read, for the House resolving itself into a Committee on the Bill fof repeal, ing the Additional Force A^a. Mr. Secretary WINBHAM moved, that the Speiiker do now .leave the Ghair, on which Mr. Johnstone rose, to state in a few word."!, the motives which induced him to give the vote which he meant to dp on the present motion. When the Additional Fo'rceBiU w.as first introduced, he ImpeitJune., 11, In Nevv. ------- , .. , Attorney, Mr. Bainbridge, Newcastle. Stephen Barman, late of Modbury, .De.vonstuTe, shopkeeper, May 10, 3i{ and June i7i attwelve^at Guildhall, Loudon. Attorney, Mr* Field, Friday-street. -PlMri4i Myjiins, of Mui^cliester, metchant. May ai, zt, and J\ine 17, at three, at'tbe Hridgewarer.'\rins, in Manchester. Attornies, MrL LaWi'Queen.streejt^ Sr. .Ann's, Manches-ter : QTi Mr. Ja(;ksM,.:H^^ Tempi , London. TheodpiiiaA'SWi''*-""Br� Salop, taUow-chandler, May la, "lephant ai(d Newport } . i, , w. - j dealers, May i6j 17,- and Julie'iy�%f�v'cpat tl�e King's He,id^Glou� � C!eateu''AttorniQ*fii.oi>s'and Co. Gloucester. Gedrii�*^Foy,' of NOrth"�tttt'stieet,-�oodinan'5-tield� Thoi^nas^Uis, of WhiuchapeK^audtbneer, Ma'y 13-, 4b, and 'J uniri% at-ten. at 'Ouildnalii 'AtionuM.' Me��rs. Hutchv -intoA aud 12jnnj�tti-:l)^vy�r�|.^li,.Adijli^.S(rM \yo9d-st-. Phl had in an early stage expressed his disapprobati6n[of if, which di.iapprobatiorr was grounded on his conviction of its insufficiency. Still, however, when it was proposed-last Session to repeal the Bill, he had voted~against.thatrepeal; not intending by that vote to preclude hinteelf from oifpport.ng any subsequent repeal that might lie proposed, hut merely to suspend that repeal until thefurthir operation of the Bill was ascertained, pi confessed'that his expeclatiOns had been veryvinucSi raised by'what had been stated by the Right Hon. Secretary fpr the War Defiart-fneiit.f whP-had said a great deil'of; the^i of the army, of the niarkoer in v/hich the.batrslion� ' havi been clubbed, as he termed it, and-of his con. vision that armies alone decided the fall of nations.' All thejie declarations had led him to look forsoine-I* thing more than that Right Hon. Geiitleman had brought forwardk". He did not think that the inducements which he held put to ari'augmentation of' the regular force were suiHcierttly powerful, they were not equal (even numerically speakit^g) to the bounty that he proposed to take aw�y ; he did hot see in his measures a resource adequiiis to the existing ntces, sity, he suvncd he had beendwappoititedi hebcbeved i;&�t a considerable part of the Right Hon. Gentte-mari's pfan was imprafticable i he had omitted to do any thing to render the military profession more atr-traflive, either to the men or to the officers. On this head he (Mr. J.) recom.liended a pursuance of the system adopted, with regard to the navy-to the men.an encrease of Serjeants and corporals.; to tlx: officers, the certainty, � a certainty which attendjd every other military system in Europe, of being promoted on the achievement of any gallant enterprize. He did tiot mean to advice such a fundamental alteration in our military sy-steni, as that merit alon&should obtain proatation'{ what he Wished for was, that when an officer had so eminently dtitJnguished himself, a^ to be mentioned in the General Orders, that he should gain one step. The advantage of such a system' miglit be seen in hlstory,and xvas, at this mo. inent, strongly evinced in the French military service, and our o^vn Marine. He could not think that the adoption of such a system could injure the.feelings of a .sipgleindividual, while it wouldbeextensiveiy serviceable to the country. With regard to the means proposed bv tiie Right Honourable Gftitleman, for carrying his plan of an increase of the regular force Into execution, he ihought that they wanted that courage, that energy, that decision which might reasonably be expected from a strong Government. This seemed to be clearly shewn, to the hesitation to talce from'the^ Militia that aid which would be necessary to cariy the military establishment of the country to the desirable point. For his part, he would recommend that enlistment from the Militia" into the line ihould be encouraged ^aS far as it could-'be carried, and that then the deficiency in the iyjj-litifshouL'l be immediately supplied hy l^allot.- A diminution of the Mjlitia took jplace in 1799; but was any evil the lesult ? Last year t^.,000 men were drawn from the Militia. Was the militia sys. tea^ impaired .'Were the Militia Officers disgusted ? To him this appeared the only ctrettive means of cairying our regular army to the. amount whicli was wished for, namely .200,000 men. If the uuuiber atwhioh it should be deemed eligible to fix themi!t. tia was 40,000, and the plan lie suggested should reduce it to zo.ooo, then the t^llot oughtinstantiy to supply the deficiency, and in tl�e-present crisis when every one was eager to ..shew Ids aitschment to the country, there couidbefiodoulit that such a mca- 1 sure' wpjild be received with cordiiillty. This plan. would likewise prevent the ptevaiiing evil custom into which parisiICS had fallen, of paying half the fitie for perjions who were unwilling to serve, and Linton aua i!;jmi�ncv>n?w�r�>TM ,IWay,u,'|t twQ, VI, anitmnc 1 'L^tienV' Att%nib�l MeaSrs. P. .strMtrfS ';Wcbi)et-'Stre�t, Suriey,'0iU-!'^ealir, May iV, �Vtth.'at pments;h-.ul , no^ m-jr-yery discussion ot the subjeift was calciilatcJ to satisfy the minds oi the BriiishsoUUcry, Never c�'ild he lifrieyeffcit. the measures in conrerapliitior. would pro.'.ucc rin in-clinstior? in .the minds uf thf oiiiceri, ri-imin.-iiiv' to relax riiediscipiirie ot thoir rt-jirnents, to Lhd;)ce their m^n to rQ-dnlisr ar the expiraiion of t'leir rehn of service. If their tendency should be ro lessen ti.e -present severity of iriilitary juiaishmeivts, it svovild be a desirable result. Still less was it prohahlc, tl, t the measure yj�pul.i rerxfer the soldier le.vs brave the^ jieriod Of his liberaiion approached," What! was it possible that it ^ould be supposf^d that he woul.1 wish to be sent back tohisowNltWlfcige brand-dAvitfv the name of coward ? The cou^ge of the Brit iih soldier was not merely physical. It derive 1 its more noble qu3liiies from the sense he enlcrtajhed of his independence as an Englishmat^ ci^ibis i>eing l)orn in a freecountry. Hi appealed � overy Gca. Officer in the country, whetker he would rather com. mand an army composed of men who wi;rc merely possessed of pbysical courage, whj were only mc- Heen made ; if these were not inrnngetV. murit;g would or could t-Rsii.-*. 'i'He yi'ouid give us a force by which we sl^oufd be cn�, bled either to return to peace in tafttyi' or .to pi�, secute the war with vigour. : Cplot)el GRAHA.M a4vertrngto os?d as the sue. cesser of the measure, th^ rep.:al of which was then under contempiaiion, that he fahouji fc4l himself" guilty of a groisd^eliction of public duty, if h'e refrained Uom expressi.ig his scutinients with regard to it. By exprcs^mg liwse sentiments, thewhole weight of the responsibnuy. would be thrown pp the shpuhlers of the Minister, who^liOLld cast away so powerful an iiwi'iumonr as d^at which was now iiv their hands, wiiliout having previoosly provided an adequate substitute. It was rather eitfaordinary thai the Right Hon. Secretary for the War Department, hadcfiOscn to sit silent under the sptjech of his Right Hon. Friend the other evening,speech w!)ldi.M?as as admirable for the brilliant fancy as tbrthe solid argument which it contaiiiedi'TheKight Hon. Gentleman, however," had,chosen rigidly to dismiss the Housie, without deigt�ing to .make any answer to whathad bcerv so ablyrand. so eloqusntly adduced. The Right Hon. Gentlemijp.^had only rauatingly asked whether or not any other Gen'Menuin hud .my thing to say in defence of the*.^|i]SJVional Force Ac^f^.^V^lMt^ He would.now state what he KitiithirtiscU" to ^)^g(^St"".Jt^5\ defence of it, and he assured t;he Right Kbn. Gm 'man thatj in what he should thattiighttrouiuci House with, it was his intention to coniine as closely to the^dis6e�ision of the aa as ppt th*t|je*�?OnS*afePf the i>earings of ihfel jy[a!KC�^*'?'^��*s pfcin on ihc subject, but the'investigatien of'th^ act iiselt was a qu< sufficiently ext�n$lvc< ^ would, (hereiorc. ;

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