Courier, June 16, 1806

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Courier (Newspaper) - June 16, 1806, London, Middlesex _________ithe jurisBicttoa of 1i^omMly}-&>i^,on Folo* v, the lltU ohuly next. S^igM the Moi^ Price 6^; IMPERIAL p:4RLIAMENT:. AVYiOFFlCEi June li* ISOtJ '�''ahd' Coinmissioncn of be litaif 6c aiding to contract IRON. , J. . . � i�i,tcj/7i o Form o/*/i� ^�!nrfe^�i�J, tvii after Tivelve o'Ctock o� rtc.rf/yr Five. ^'oHff, Wat (M � " " leitlbcreadii to �e�ai� rmybfrnilinxtofontractfursnp-Hai^i tt*T � FbrAt o/ the 'lender, ^VJfosB 10,185:1. a Of&cc on Tuos- A MAIL wiU,l>e wad& up at-------- _ ]jptAWCl� FRBBUKG.SeCifetary. r ij,A'CK?cOL-WARJi BATHING. IkMTi" S^yARBRTECK,' Su'TgVon, findhig, in the X coiyst of longfjtpetienci?, iUat'JBatWn^fti Warm Sea Wath- haFTcen reqtilsUc manjr^Ci^eB, begs to, iBform the 1�uWic thatUe has erected IV'Q coiBmodiousand cotivcment �a�hs whirii i�re fitted uu in the neatest mantier, where con-^ itantattendiiiftc *,ilI1S(?given by a proper P^rsoii, dnrftig the hours of Bathing BRK^HTON'. Tire GommissJoticrs for Paving, Lj&litins, and Otfansihg thq Towjn efOBrightpn, inthe Qironty of Pjisscx, dnhercby gwcjft'otice, That thpy will bejrcadj'^ at , tft be held at ^hc fiTew Ship l^avferJij in l,,on Wwlm-sdayvtheStli-day of Jiily next, evening, to rfcrive Proposals fi^om any ,*.ilUogtP,contracttVr Lighting the letups It 220 in numhfWfroift the 25U� day of jrnly .jr of April foUqvii|9� biith daj-s indu�iv(\ m each month. The Latnps'to be lighted ,-^.j _._ contioue burning till three o'clock the ncttmoming: �Fropo�aIs to be sent (sealed up) directed to the ConjajjSstdwcitsJ tbi* New Slii|� Tavierji; ATore*aid.- vSe-catUy wiUJbe fsgjf/^ed fu>r-th!> due p�rrorm.ni)c� of .th& Contract. �MiO^, &c. &c. &c. The Rilht Hort. VlswWuitDUSCANNONv&c. &c. &c. Tl,e Right Hon. Lor* BAYB^OOKi &c, &c fi;c. The RiShtHon, Lord KENSINGTON, &c. Sec. &c. ' As DIRECTORS. Afa*. John Miers . Wra. Newcombc, Esq; Dr. IMncard Dr. Powell I^WilliamIraed,Esq. M,P. Sir.) obn Chrichlott Turner John VViIkiu�onr, Lsu. Al.D. F.R.S. S.A. . J. T. Barber, Kit F. S. A. and Manager  ' Si^ropc, ficfoard, Esqi LL. D Samuel Brooke, Esq. >lr. Wnj. Fanner , - ,___ As TRUSTEES. The IVW^'iabWtheTllarqiiiB of BUCKINGHAM  IV Rt^htrtan. LdtilBUAYBROOK WtfcLfABi PRAEU, Esq. M. P. It.*4satt�rft-ardsResolvedj w , /, That shotdAamr SuHsci^^rs neglect t6 pay their first Instal-raont by the IStS instant; being Twenty-one Days after the j^thwWvthwtliuUbe ddSnitix% �iBB^ frontlhe List { iiiidthatihouIdjunrWIhc few nmaining Shares be uwub-jcribetfWr at t&t�m^,tfcey shall tic reserved by the fjociety >L.elf, ir only S�ldrM�tli�JPShsiriuw.: V . ' Signed Kfwl*ed, � - ' , . That thrhi5�blt: oondust In the Chair, widhu uAifonnaftd active support of the. uifery . ,. '' > >ly Dords a;^ l^Ir.'ROSK moved f�>r th� pitodnction 'of Some wnnuditc'd accounts inthc'dcpartment ofthfe Secretary at Wni-^ Jiamely,; those of a Gentleman nam'ed'.'Lukin, a^relat^n of-Mr. Wind-' ham, and on%hom that Uigb't Hon. O^tlemarif while Srcrei tarygt War, bad ciMiferred $iViMn|>Tdyment Ui tliift department oi.r rrfiting to 'foreign troops; and also for ilic Uionalted cmrotS'uf Mr. �Wlckh^m, wljtli;attendant on tht armies of----- allies oh the Cootincutj d^rSng the lit�t w�r; '.Mr. Rose, in^ niavii% for these papers, niade some aUusicWir to-iheoddity of tiiccirrumstanci,.t^at Mr! LuiUn, Who wasthi*. relation offlie Right Hon. lieutlemafi at the .bead of the War, Department, shtittld ha^tc his aeeounis aiidited and^settled "Ivy the Secre-tary at Mar; instrad of being fmia�afy on the Ctontinent dur^. .ing the last war, and who.scaccounts; to.a vesv lar^te amoaiht, wrtc'yct unsettled, should be one of thtf loadcstmcheering the proposition of the. Noble l/)r)i flppositfr'to hUry for ,l)cihe^ .ftrrAsb �tr�ikn&^-Jn4>ap^nr!luiiR the nc^lpck of olhei.*,' iWd thcitfselvfS^tnciir*(W- n8 iiiconsidct-, abltv share ney was deposited in the Bankof Hamburgh,upon which drafts were to be giVen monthly for tnc pay.of tb""* troops. In the treaties which be hud formed fur ttiasosubsidiary forces; every thing relating to pay, from the (Jeiieral, dOHOt to the private, und every tliiny; respecting forajje. and other cpntin^ ;jcies, were minutely stipulated; and he had repeatedly written lion c to his Government, urging the necessity of sending out al.le Commissaries, to be constantly attached to tl^cscforetgr.r.-glmenu, and to see thatth:^ir musters were correct, witli powers to draw upon the Hamburgh bank. Inauswerto whirh, his instructions were, that the responsibility Of drawing for money would not be ve.sted in any Commissary; but that he (Mr. Wickliam) must tike the. superintendance of such issues ; and after receiving the iieccs-sun-certificates, signed by the Commissnot Ijcfoire in jtl>c;po.W*y 0 his Mijcstjr.  So far, then, it\ras a vmvO' cajnit fhorttum every thing clie itwas wJorse.tniin npthiiig ; .for it wpnld not pnly trench aB�i the prerogative; of the Crowii, likctte otherMaitnry Bills of theRigWnbn.Gcn- .away from titc discretion of Jivs' giving that soldier tj^ennitiye; positive, ahd legal claim to .tho^e hpoTt'i and f^Tottrs^ ntliia inIi^tinent,-itv.wdi�Id;,cncov{ra^^^ iiidiftcipHnc, and . .........-ing in his situation woiilditish tostnnd: Hot,as oBici.tUy accredited,the Plcni-potenti.-iry of his .MajcstVi in a diplomatic department, but as i*a-becfc oreontroul upon the acting Commissaries, nnd %vilh a share of Care and responsibility superadded to his othir .avocations. ' He bad long felt the most.eamest solicitude to have his accounts audited. He kww mmiy othef (Tenttemen in the s.anic! piredic:Hnent,and'goine who, after waitiAj^a series of years, had been obliged to go abroad on foreigu stations, leavini; their accounts still unpaased ;-and it was from bia perr sonal fccli\igi of satbfitctiun, as well his public se.ied by the Noble Cb.-inccllor of the Excboouer for ex[>ediliiig the auditing of public accounts, that he nad been zealous in cheering thai system in a maiinersopeculinrly ulnpleaslng to the Rig-M HoU.. pentlehian.- . � " . Mr.. I'OXyaftersomeanim.tdvctBions on the cand'Aif, manliness, and purity of the Right Hon. Gent, opposite to him, be^cd to Qbse^e, tbnt'the expcndituresabont wlAcbhesecm-dd Kow stf srolicituaSt-andttaQ' Aela,y of accountinj* for which hadcxtttedso much of his disapprob.-ition, must Kive been some years ofliciuUy known to tin* Rig,ht Him. Genttcman. If tbi-fe. was any thing improper or jlle^ui in (he' mtt-incr of thote e^^penditures being accounted for^ wb'yv he would aik, had n'ot the Right Hon; Geiillenian, in* his grcAt anxiety fur rce� tilWdei'Iongsince moved foMhcif i>lfo4m;tion ?  The papers were ordered; : , cilELSBA HtfSPI^ r - On thcmotioBt for the tiird reading of thp Bill, ; LordrGASTLEREAGII said, he felt sutli" ^tr^ittg �?>liiecti'oo4 ttyt&e flieasurc, that heljtopedthe Honls) ivQ.uld ini^e liiia, jiQ IftllowiQg him; td state Jtifi tfplKion in tbii late stage,' as shortly as jiossible. Th^rtoWp Lord theft i;�Ve%M fl�|s BHlj as � nwiwure oiriginally fij^Iy iQajmissible clauseii with iv1j;ich It was charge* 5 butj ^ now �redwo^ t� i�koletotti by- the expunging io; thosO'diUises, it co&t;^Ocd no one featurexff gvl'.irlianicnjtj iJr^.Vi^iM;rt�,th,e Revolution, of-l^lr,,-^ ^ r.lt 5teJM^4lt:^df.;,oufc,5t:fM^�^ ...... ^IfFiaS^jziiJ^^ ;.tgjin�ii^^�H�4|MS'^^ , ^,, ., tOlhis iJ^n|-TW'drtK6�tfbj-qcil,'br in't*-Mtji^W'; he ^p t.sfaCtory cventolumselfy so impracticable,; and so subrersive of that ^Id established and long-tried system," by xvhich the military glt>i^y of this realm had been maltttaiaed., as'ltp f ai-guments urged aiihuiulred times before, and served up in almost every discussion that had occurred withiu the last two nioiiths, a precedent would be created which would really render it impossible to go on with the public business^ The Noble l^rd might as properly expect to bo allowr cd to read, as part of his speech, a volume or two of the Parliauwitary History of the country. Ho put it to the Noble Lord's discretion, whether sl,� le consideration was not due tothe titne ami patience of the House? or whether the attendance ofMembcrSwasto.be pifotracted in this raiannerv nigh't after night, to unseasonable hours, in tJie unnecessary, and he. might almost say, cajrtious repetition of siich discussions? .if the Hon. Ik-ronet was unsuccessful in the appeal to the discretion of the Noble I^ord, he Would appeal to the it Jlhority of the Ghair.-i-'f i/car / Ae�; / hour! from the MiniyteritU mttofthc Jloitsc.) Lord CASTLElia^VGU rose again, and concluded by observing, tiiat if he was disposed to trespan upon the attciitiort of the Uouscy by ut-' terittg all Jie felt, aoA exposing all the inconsistJ e'tcies and absurdities th-at -challenged observatioij intbe conduct of his ]Ma.jcsty's Minis tersv the Hon. Barotiet might indeed-have cSausty to complain of t�ie length of his speech,.which might last for some days; )te woijld, howeter, relievo the Hon. Baro-Uric, by.,abstaining �t'prcsetiS from adding^ more, thaxk that'our history presented no periotl'similar to that since the appointment of the present Mini, sters, so marked by procrajinatioti,' ineonsistcnfyj aiKl bungling Oft their parts, and ifli which So little t.jal busings had been done. Forhis own part, ;h.: should feet it a disgrace to bu ft>ivmbcr of any Adailtiistration marked by such conduct. JVli.WINDHAM 6bsor*cd, that the NoWts Lord ha^ i^ii!d(r'a speech, wiiich it was attremeJy difficult td:?tibsvvcr, not on accoun^tcf the logic pr^sdon end clearness of tKoNobler ]iUir4> positions, or tjhej conrirtcing force of his arguments, fur,olt];t^sQ|iro�-' Jioililee in the Noble I.ot4'9-�l�ittenceh0 really ^ad uo, iJorcoptlQU,; .l>ut it. wa� rery po8SiM� tc |Biltkf> || >pee�h icoBij|>osed (�f liot�r^enqoa$ mat^. Tialj, liketliat of ttc NoblcLord,iftd.Boinconsiis-tentaiidcootfiulictory40 Itself,'as to be cxtreneljr hifge, of all. ,th(jse' io^ycA ich jSad Ween usrf 6^ Wms'elf and hii cd a fn6lu 4rgumen{ friends: comj the for,the patience ,of tte ||ouse, iThc NobleXordi liatl talked .pii?h' of the militiity plan^ he^li^ in* ti'odnce^, iind hud talkc4,t)f this bill hfmig hevr% prece^wl by fo'u j MuUtiy K had ad* ..verted to this as.'jertion,,nearly^ dftenasfourtunf� fqilr, like tljc story.of' tliefottr Pilgrims, or as ii there were somp pct;!!}^^ virtue or eonjuration -itt fovif, like tlje mystic number of Pj-thagora'J* Btrt , begged ,t^ remind .thp^NoWe l>or(i, that there .IwjBtc but two,iVliati;iy jlSilts for that period ^pnghC TfM^^ upna ^rouiv33.widL which ijxe^jAimhe ^ero* th(^ .niitnncr 4;ff pas^e; fhosc Wt\^ ? ;Th� jbHMttC Ml Was said one time IQ do the nid^f Alaivrng chiefy and the ne�t moment it v^^s a tacrc i%idteto|ji^. a caput itmrtuamysuai did nothing, ijftvforse fljpi^ nothing; ime tiipe waS, tbt^illy itieffitadrt^ 'lagaJnit was most tnischler(Hi.sly.?&cieiit, at first utterly inadmissible oti aibmnt of wv.w�>� obnoxtoiLS clan. be o5-% no.xiousdr'unucccss.iry, b>- .igreeing inf the CoIB..^ miftce to the e.'tpungiag of those elauses. By this e.xpuiigiftg, every thinq; h'ke a principle, or a feature of novelty, was,dismissed itoxa the Bill, _^and. ducfed as sctocely to rcJain any part of their 1'original appearai^ic: but this was of apiecewitK ;

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