Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Courier: Friday, July 11, 1806 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Courier (Newspaper) - July 11, 1806, London, Middlesex                                \ � FUrtyAY^ Jl/LYIV, 1806. VAUMiAI,!.,. ,. I Tj}is'piiE:;^i^^'rKVK^{i^G; jn      win i be.a.(l.."AN'l> fJAI.A, ami biilliiiit Kxliibitioii of � riltr.-^''*"'^''*^? by Sij;kit i\lonr:!'.'?...;-.Vibyi^si(>n "s. rWillt{"TJlTlT:i'' LAST J)AVS SAf.^of^Ti^ JL IpviTi/itiKlHsoum cnmmc-nevi" TO-t) A \ , :n'l roit;. Mus T KRO\V,-Snturdayll)e l^t;!, av.d UIOVOA\-, J:iv tUi' 1-1 th instant, OiUnoso Days the nnpliJi-l's I-Vit;'5'.ipcH) TvOry Cu\Ji ';>riOiitn! Tov;'Avanturiii.-jr-JitMa.^s or' Snplonvy, nnil oi'iir vj:luable and matchlp** Article.*^ >vill be cwtpji^o.! to 'itu I Kc'KiiiSing; lor a 4)ormanciit place, aljo underfiovernmciit, fnthc c*>uiAryf.6f*d�q�atp v;ijup. '   . LMt'efs, 6t�t*p;vi(lV frorji principals onlv, addressed to^Y. BiXo.!!; King-gtroct. e*^vcnf-;;;ir.-tf>i. ' ''~'   ~~BliS'r ItiOTThim SOAPi       Sic,   "       " TC^AMILn*:S and tiae Tra^e &�i>pliefl Avith till X kind? o.PSOAP, of^h&Tcrjr best iJuJ^Utyi andNvMch Ts'ill not lopw inVciff^t Ity^korpinr, atAhR-Cnmlteand Soap Contpntfy't Wan-hoH'-o, \o. 18/, Flcct-HrtH-t, two doors fri)rti VftHT-Iinp.  A discoij .1 i*- hIJ0wrd In propDrtiftn to th , will 4)c dplWervd. Jfould canrtli'i with \vc reccU'cd n/lciy Tn'hlre o'C'oi;/,-un W/c rfnj/ Dfli-e:ifj, iii>r uny noticed unless Che I'.artif, dr an ylgi}iit J'uj\ lilm, litirllth.       ' ,   � , .. . " .   .... ; ,  >AV "V -O t" KlCi;, July 7,, iBUoT^ f I^HVi principal Ojficcrs and Comwiisioncrs of M. ' Uh .il.rj.atfs \iwi/ du /wie!>i/^iie\,)livt^ thiit vn Mfsday the lu/ft imlaiil, lU Tiro o'Ctjck, hi the Aj'tei-noihii , i iPil Killput Upto S-i/J,' at their: O'lji.ii in Som'eiSsit J'/ac', the ROCV{\iiO\^l SHKi'.K iWUi Lilm; at Chalhum; "'id t ,e CON V ULitON ,md DVAVKdcnoS iMortar Ve.-..b,~ Ijiiii; iii iViiitlme.h, � -       , , If'hei-e niiV Hrrnit.-iittih'dnglobccime i'tirc^hwr.?, may fiaae the liberiil nf vieimm^ liic h ime dntt:tg tliti eummoii ivurliingi Utinr.ilil'the Y.tl-AAHtd'ille-ditifnj'iyttte^ iMve.niorici'aitd Cundiliuns oj ^ult muy Aflrf here and at Hi- lvH S";for Victmlting Htit Ma* JL 'justy's 'Ismfy do herkb'j i;ivf. 2V 'rt'.irttJs.   Ila was not himself a'man, cf   fi-oi,n liis ob,-;(!rvati�HS as to the cxpancp^hc wo /irt)nty to apprize the Public rtfth'^lefc-il Provisions to obviate tliis ov;!, -md tOTcferthcm to tU:vIii?t,, /\nmVriUv.printed bv the C'oi-)-p,e,("which in future they AViUfrik - "c.re-to have properly virrul.Jfed), ill ordw that thr i>ranvescif all tXose who nsay t��iknown,Mho, httvinj; been examined by. the Collegeac-cordiiij; tolAW^ havcibiet"ti dc r lil.s form without " any VHv^cc."    . .     ��  :. ,   % Order of (he College, : JAMES �IIJ;;RVi;Y,�r.D..ries;stef. June 25, ISO'.; --'�^^ ' - � �   �; � � '    � ftb/v   HA i Hi A i:. . rkdcarv NBAit (fUissBORi)',-yoiVKsrriRK. r|:^iJF, Inhibitaijts of this (lelightful Sca-batliing -A.  piaci;, bm-.itily lieg.lcavi- (a rctuvu thivv mo?( >;iu'ere tlianks to the Xobility and (unitry w Uo have honouvrd thfni by their ejiinp.iny, Slid afsnf; them, I'latnofiaiiis, civility, or at.icntioii shall be"n-anlin!j to render their future! accomnioda-tioiiineve^ wa^'ngreea'hb.-The Bathii^g ii e.\cellent,?ind the Siinds are eerfainiy      rnfeftar t(> the kin-i;'.loini be in;; bard arid i'ry fr�r an extent of nearly ten miles, ar>d t '.leir very pri-'dual deiSivitv adapt tliein e(5aaU<' forthe Promenade (ir iMe <"i(rri,ij;''i  }'\\r the l(en<*lit of tho.^e ri-qu'i-riog- them, Wariiv Scnwater llaths are ebtiiblislied.   There arc rvo I oris for the \'li: riiAl.iJAt.-Ol-'MCK, July !4, iBpti. ^r'lIE Commhsioncrs fur ^'^ictiUiUi.ug Ilia Ma-JL jesly's .'Viny r/i) hereli'iffive ISotiee, that on Thursday, t/.'f iitJi initml, iHr. -iteekH, ilteir Agint at J'orhinoiii'ii, mil Oe remli) to rare.ire Tenriers in rcriling (scaled vp ), and lre.H for OHV. TJlOUeiAiNO FIVE UUiSDREn (jU AJl-TKU'S of ENGiasiI VVlIKAT,/orY//t:.verujVe.i)/i.';ni Port, to Kdgh iu^lhs. per .Itiishiil; and ri cnte it should iveigliabove ol^Ujs. pef^iiu^l.el, i/i;i overiveighl tii lie. paid for : to be delivered in one :M:mlh,.and to bii paid for by Hills, payable, with Intercut, lUiKt'l days afier dale. The Conditions ufthii (^'uiUrtict may be .^en- at the of No'regiird n-iUlie hod to any Tender in leMch'the price shall not be iuiirledin Kord.i at lengt/t^^ )}r that shall not b^de'it'er-�//(( Mr. Ilei-ks, before TiL-eive u'Clock ontlie.suid Thursday', �the Mth iniiiint, nor unlesthe Penion ivko makes the Tender, or some Person on /lis beiidlf, (iltendsy to anstcer when edited for..    ,    ' '   '' � .    :. ,    .- . . v..     ; ] ,   �  IIOtTSF. OP XoaDS,"riruiisnAy, Jult 10. The tonsidcr.ition of the Zuuch Peerage was defern^d tili nest,Session.' .,.' . �-' On the Bi'Coad reading of the Paildington Canal Coal JJiH, l.Or 1 SOf'l'PLiK took occasion to aainiiulvcrt lipon the ill tend'enry and iniichief of moaophlie.q.,- lustcadjoi'limiting inthcpr'Sfnt hiii the permission for lntrodu''iiiK Conk fur Jd"gi\f<�rti,�ii(; .Jl.i-tic.l(!S, hi! rent; fonAvhoti lioi;a(.t(!ribVs WTLiy lUlSil m^h, \    bd. S.A�id Afrs. RowTfSQN's 1*^�KT1CAL H\OUK.S, ^Qs. nhHjE Rev. .WH^LUXl BARCLAY':^ V\. Jt'\'r]^NT. ANTlBlUb'JS PILJ.i..   .'Ihe exclusive -�ueAf'tbla'�uUmble raedioinelieing now vested sidely in toe aoloriou^ in tlie Corn IMarket, iMark-laiie, and ought to be convcted. , Lord i'.LD.ON would ennt nly tend to ir.msfer the nio-!'!;Hdy ijesupp.wed fio:n xNewcjslle to Pad-aineton- ..." J ne House was afterwards.occnpied in hearing Counsel on the Slave ItfStfictive IJill, whicLi was read a second time, and ordert'd to he committed to-morrow. .:'   i The Appeal Cause, CrauFurd ii. Lncin-r, was again considered, when l.otds Ei.ooa, Eli.ks ntrKOt'i;!!,' and the Loud Ch.vn.l'hi.lor, delivered their opinions at st�aic length, ^!ie result of which was, to issue a venire facias de nij"�, and to grant until to-morrow, that time might be alford-ed to couch the resolutio,u in proper form, &e. On the nidttoaof Lord GUl'.S v lliLK, the second reading of the'i raini.;g liill was deferred till to-morrow. Lord .SPJi.NCER moved thesccond reading of the Militia Ballot Uill, which was agreed to, and the Bill was ordered to be coniniiiied ^to-morrow.-^^Adjuurned. the measure ftttd Hayj' that the allowanc -. .i.   ' the IViilina Hliicli Uic itij^ht Jlon. Gentleman !.:i.d so often inanifestetU   This was the first badge of inferiority which tbo- Kiglit Hon.^Geiit]fen>an proposed to .afiix to tliat respectable body, anxl might btsfollo\fcd     hereaftw.   The Right-fton. Gentleman was as unfortunate in this a;.in o^her instances of his cconom_v, and no el3cf:t woalij result from it but the plaining the Miiiiia Oificeri 5h 'an invidious situatiitu of inferiority.   It .was isrroposcil to grant the allowances to the"!ar?;er body, tiie snb-alleriis.   lla adiui,tied that Militia Gflictrs were generally Kien of more substance than Resjular Of-licers.   But the Captains were lit objccjls of tho allowance, thsjir quaiilication being only JiOOf. per annum.   The Hon. Centleraan'.s estlmat(is fur the Field Oificor.s and Cap'.ains of the.Arm;/, a force  ' of about 200,000 nieii, was but SO^OOO^l so that "the ex'p^euce for the Zvliiitia Oiiicers of the sai.ie description, would bo but 18,000^* the xVl iiitia being but 70,000 men, l-3dof the Army.   T.'ieexpence .for Fii'ld Onicers was in this estimate biv.t 15,000-^ which w'onlil give an e.x.pence of. d,OOC^. for the Fk'kl Olucers of ]Sli!itia- a Saving too coiatemptibre to be wortJi the attention of the House.   He bojj-ed therefore, the Right Hon. Gentlenran would lake time, to rc-coiisider thi.-i measure, a oi that lie , wofild riot press it fo.'-ward tliis Session.    He also called onthe Noble Lord oppa>ite (Lo'-d. Temple), wjirt had ever been a p-nverful protcc':ur of the i\Iilitia, to interfere for them >yith his R ,i[;ht lion. Friend.'.; Mr. ALEXANDER siud a lew wo re   in support of the Bill. V Lord TE^PJ^: really wislied his : R:�,?Iit Hon. Friend to rer,on�ider the measure'. If he l*ere not; to pres,s this suggestion on ihe attciitionX of his lligliL Hon, Friend, he should be deiicicnv". iu his duty to a service in which he was warullyand strouj-ly attat.hi>d. When the service of l.ie regulars was contiiicd to Europe no distiact.lon of this description had been made. He I'.id not cicaii to '       " "    " 0:ti stance, commanding regiments. It was not for their pay that militia field otliccrs serveti,: and, if he were an oliicer of that dcscritiori, he should think it a degradation and humiliation to have siich a motive inipnted to him/ Sir WM. ELFORD explained.. Mr. PEIICEV'AJ^ said, that, from what he now untlerstopd the Bill to be, it gave innch greater po vrfers to Minsters than .vvhat were necessary for the � object which they had in view. The law at present was, that the Militia, as to pay, should be exactly on the same footing .with the lufriritry in the llegu-lais. But now it appeared, that,, in certain cases, an increase was to Be allowed to the one and not to the other.,   Biit the Jiarticnlar object was to B�jiui5 m^ol�4^.orv, i>o,      .i>eu5ora-sn'eei, voYCni-Rauien, .liOBscrkeVcnter-hquurp; .vrhrve thepubjie may.lie�;>fuied i}\ fcatlng them-m their imrpmid cenihhe ^tnte. fcir. Jli'cvetary ^\'I^�Du.vM, tie Hoase WAiut into a Cominittoc on tlio iiill for Re- Parliament liad recogni/ed a similarity of pay. But , gi'Luing the Kank of \ eomanry and \ olunte^r it could not be maintained, that the H-ortw codld . Odicers, Mr. li.vwTnoii.Niin the t hair, not alter the oroportion between the pay of Ca^ ,     Mr. AKle.man CO.MI.L nu.ved, as an amend- of the ]Mditia, Field OiUcers in it, and Captains, field officer of vohintoers, and toll tu ooj.'ctioa tt> were ^nlfonnl>^ men of large or of gonsiderable ', it,.ana for Innibclf, he \\asglad,ta have the rospott- nrotjcrtv.   It'could not be" conttmled that they,   iibilily taken oli him. with such properties,. wht> onteretJ the servic^J, as'    Mr. SrUlUM-.> BOUIINE-agreed with the ,jJt'ie!d Ollicers, wereeo.titled to theSttrno allowaiKes ^vith men, who adopted the serf ice as a profession, JVnrt worked up fcom.tho iufetior Commission, to whom these allowances wore this onVy -provision for tho iuliriuitics brought on thorn by" the service.' It'was rattier wliimsical pftho Learned GciUleman, that whilst ho did not object to granting the alio \s an cos tdiUc^sulialtcrne, he complamed of its uptbeingoitended to the Field.Officers; Qod yet , Hon. AlderiKau, that invas.not/fghc to takeaway the riuvkfrnn VoliM*teerOiU(ieJ?s whit-h thay nosy cnjoyejl. It was quite a diti'vi'cut-tlung not lo givii .tljp rank in tho tir^t iostanco, and to lake it aw ay affcr it had b^itMi giveij.. The rank of Voluuttier ,Gfl|Mt8ha^l^^'eJt carried much farther last war, ,when mpipy full Colonels Wpreappointed. Though Volutileef, Coloaoi^ may not haw seen servico <� the army, theic:Majoxs had, and tlic cousequcaco   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 155 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication