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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 3, 1806, London, Middlesex                                0 '3 THIS- prti^ent /EVEjSfING will be. )?fcrfornic4 the Ta-ssedy of i ,i '       �.     .   . -   ,C0R10f.A>USi or, The,Roman-Matron. * � Cuius Martiils Coriolanus,' Mr. Kemble; Voluninia, Mrs* f"*'''^!'.  With iriiEvfaLivAC'P mwYEftV., ; . -i Tji-inorr��Wj--I><�Ye;ln'a -Village, with The HtfmourS"ef . A rwihUy anrfftiineddf I^�lhbradfc-^hkf^rtiw^^ of addressing YOU,.-*c ott:er.nivstlf:as a. Candidate {  ? oliia.in ;lie iiOTionf of.bcing vciurned d > 6ne or yoflr Represenliiti*cs iri PaWrattitiSlV '   ' ' ^ � '� A1/lerman .Hahkey .<.1 la John, AtkinSjiUsq.. i;.... 18.1 he Committee for cuDduoting^hti l^^lccttoii ()f ,8�r i^harles ICC, willbesvtlitig at th� Pa^illt 1[{ead, Cat(klton.strBetr thJ8,apdoveryl^fy during tile )b'ae rY6f MIDDLESEX. Ion the- Price �very llat^efiiig assuf'auci.'i;'of support which rbaVetliLi day t�  _----__L---,-,,  ,----. ��^ if^uigactiTcly exerted mysejf during the lait fotir yearn rwiHE \ssry kitit'  m� *h!s'� dayv ^" Jl' ' C6mm�R ila>lj at the N'4j  of'flt Kersua/ ta.re-prtseiU you in thcensiiijig ydriUirtent,iil*�rtartl''tiQr|>estac-r' KOAWleclgmciits. I havKaiothiu^fmoreto. oiyer JoUjInit^tf-^. rft ny bfuny gratitude, lhail .a.ref5(<'rBBcc to inv general lipij^Uf^tj,:-iirid tltcpfeHgc of a faithful heart *?vrttM, tb- ybm': interest.^ On thi^ ground, I miKt earnestly enti-eaf.thc fav:fiui'of your: ^arly attefidanco at the l\)H, to roplaccrae in -thajltntuation of dl^tingtti^hedconhHefiirt, wlvich, I trust^I never betraye^, iind wlitCU t must ever coimder a^- thfe proudest Jiossession of myiilei      - . �\ I have the Honour to be, Gentlemen, III the; viiidia.a^ioq of your Rights and the preservatioh pf your Independencei^i)4 I�'V'nga lively fe<;ling for the proiipeiity rflftheCooUvofAirddlcsex, in winch I havcbo�ra resident thCYvholeofmyliflYlhutfiblysubitiii my claim to yourat-tentinit. /� � .  .1 lunow the futility af professions, X make nmie-^l come 'foi'tvard fO'.rt^sist him, of whose professions you know'too inucri^Invrolabty attachfrii fO ihcocst i^f Kings,gnUritous for ,the;iuaintcnance.pf the bcitt. of.Constltutions, 1 pleJge myself to thut ^iiietif {Conduct, whioh Mth di-Ugctice atijt firtfelttysW niahlfold duties itf interest* nfqdtrc. �      ...a-tI^        ti�iiout:to_bc, Oentlemeii, ^ itlithe l�iglu�.t r.>spw:t; V'presci)t apptitfat on for a rciicwal of-the h!�h hoaour be ha^ for three?successive ParUamcnts, enjoyed. OUi50uth&ejtHou^e,Qct.31,18Qh'. ' Alderman Price........ 519 :^lderluaii Ilankey...... 5>2 \. -,Atlj;.p8,,............'26 Tpth&irRi:�HOLl>EUti ottlrftCOU>Xy of DUM- � :�.�FRIES; � '       � � - � f � ;   ' GpNTttlM^N, .r:,;-.'   .-J-' v., .'-.i'.' rf^liE Dissolution, of Pa�liaB[jcnt having takea :X pl(t�e,'I beg ItaVe in. this public qirinacr to^renew ^thi^OfTorol my ^ecvicee tojlepri^nt the i!oi)iitv of Omntnes. vil stMiHiiikc tbo eartK;st ouportoiutvof. iiotifymg to. .you the flay o^i:,lecllOllT as soon its it isrhjced Wthft*bcjjft j^md la tlie ineanMime take the liberty tOiSOlyjarttte favoui' ot an ut'trly attendance on the day ot Elcctlonl^.from the (ie�tk-ipeii ^bw mean tt> honour ine with their countenance on the ptc-6cnt occasion. -� - . -  �'   !j . .  .If 1 am so tortunateas to become, a second time,-the (object ot yonr choice, be assured, that 1:9luifl-.endeavoui^,to iJKT.-cvere in tha{ line of conduct ivbicb firutinihiced you to repose lu ;ne the sacred trust of your Repr?scnt;itive..  I iiave the honour to be, AviUi the highest Fi-spectj Gemleniijif, r -, . -..... "i our much oblige.d.,and mostobeilicnt servant, (Signed)     W.M. JOHN'S I'dlNE HOPE. PaehilK-Qcr. SH^'^thO'i.   '.....�     -- ' "    � "..... - - 'iTthc A\Oiti'UV Hurt iXDlii'l^-VOKNT I'JtJt-tAiii.N of thc-CIT\^ofCAN'fiiRB>URY. . IT is ri h:s irt-sh proof of your coilhilencc and rcSjardVi-Again  :):ighbouri>i amdiigiit, wbohi-I h^-ve ijasse/} invj.life, suid tu silmost nJJL o'f "whom 1 anvjpersoiiallY krii)'wn\ I hope it y�i)l iiot Deatti-ibuted to vatiity,v/t l iisswnea'coiicl.usiDnv'ofwhicn i cojjt-f^s I am proud; and lioing reinstated in tli4t Post, whichhns bee^i tjie �ohject of tny bonf si ambition, I t.'unk Lj^awot b'e wrpng, lii firsivinij thjwe'thejinfcrente, of'yoW'approbation ot my  , Had I coMemjilated -the honour you, have done n;e, I should uotha-ye tailed Ao;ea,^lier suliclt your, support, and I MB,' .'.(jeutljSmeii,      .^^^j.. Your devjtited and flttlfifiit Siftvarrt;,-WaJbrook,Oct.3L       .   . JOHN AllKINS.  " . Mr. Aldermaii Hankey having this piomeiit informed me that ho declines the Poll, my friends, 1 trust, Will fell less dilficiiUv.in giving me their suhragp. H'Jlf-^past H, I'.iM;   Frtdiiv. t-v aing, Oct. 31.   ' ITY.of 1jOND3N.-The Coimmttce in the interest of JOHN AlK-lNM, Ksq. will^it at tlie New London Collee House, Cheapsidc, from nine oVlock in the morning until nine at ni^Ut, where :!uy information tending to ensure his Wcction will be most thankfully received. �fENERAL f.pECTtOif. TdtheGENTLfiMEN, Ol.KltWY; a*ul FREEHOLBERS ' irf the COUNTY   di^cidrd. upon, I tnketbe^ rtrtiest dppftrtunilt^-efs^in ottering myseimccstn jon, I shall feel na hdnast ptide in meeting my Constitucnu. on the day of J<:lectioo,f toeing conscious of having id 'iwj Iwtance betrayed tJie honourable trust which tTicy have twice b6en pleased to repose mnu*. .' ' To the FKEKHOLDEllS of the COUNTY of. MIDDI,LSL\. �GfifiNTl^pMEN,  �� XTI^T'iJKNI'.VER. the leaders of contending par-ties and tactions m a state imilr, the hi.stor}'ot tlie world bears oviueiice, that.it never is yilavoiir but aiwuNs at the expeuce ot the people, whose reuev.'ed and augmented pillage pays the scandalous price of the reconciliation.  .     . Under thp.ie-circumstances vou are now crilled, prrmnfure-fv .iiid suddenly,I0 a trtsh Election of your Ucprosenlativcs ; Lf they can be", called such. And a duuole impo'iiin.' is attempted to-be pas-scd upon you.  'I iic wutch-vror.l..ot one repose 1 . ,    I liaTe theJiunoar to be, Oetitl^mes.-Moitvn, Oct.        Your oblfecd aad faithful Sertant, gJ,'lB9S. -   : Tli:ffm.STMOJ8TYy. To the GENTLEMEN. CLERGY, and FRBKHOLEKERJ* �*    .  bftheCOyNTY of LBIGESTER.-^ I .GEffTI,KME�l,     .         :. t-.J.:' �   " .   . T llETUJiN. my most sincere dnd^at^ful ac-' jL..kiiowliKlgnirt�x, forthevefy flattering recejition tbaire ex|ierieaced oowyCanvaKi, and a^ntrK^oiit||at i^ienertioa of uiinR^ball be-wanting t^meilt a'aMrthttUncAoP-yoor truly Imnourable support. It is wy:^. ^l>^.i^ penwial nauccts tO'tb� Freeholden ia general, previmiMfj tit the Electidrti whiCttiVfixed for ThM�aiK5'iMn?t, tlie �t*p^ vembcr;. brtt the shortnes of the tiuie �iU neixssiinfy Pint" vcKt mymakiitg ."i ciimpIcte'Calivdi^aitfd.l^aiDestly eaUta^ that such/individwalj as I: may lUit be' able-to- -^r.tit upoii> will d-tm'e the justice of attriburiaj|^l^:rt tfUr tlest enjea' erbtptifthis i'dwn: _yOLKES YJ,iOAlANRY, " tshe County of 4f  tfjfteiis, V^ice.tA||hiit'al llUod 1' ..11 (fiaii '43,vi cnl^r y ^Hvrs., lig�^HgatJiq�#a.* ;'       Wifiifteut rfsptit, ^ ' ^ Yoilr obU^'iit^^bb�dieut huntble-fifiryAttt* Bfcrfcclev JDjBtle, Ofit. 4 *� The |i ccUod hDitkJvl I > fivi mhfKNour eailV i^timitke 1 'luest d. '      I * for ThHrn5a> Ibi- 8th of oil Uiavxta^ ii.�ai f being your RepreBe�tiitive tor the last sixteen yeai^ of Ws lite. Ihavethehonoi^rtobc,-   ,,   ,   .  , VV lib respect and allcction, Your dtr\Oted and taithful Servahfj . Liver;pcol, Oct. 27, 180h. HA.S. TAKLLTON. To the WQillHY and INDUfENPLNT "^LECTORS of the BOROUGH of GRANT>IAM.' .' .Gn.vTHiJiiiN, .,   ..   ... T|7I0 preserve the Peace of the -FjoVri, it ,ha Jt been requested of .Mr. IRVING to withdraw his pre-i^ t-j^usioii!! to the Rcpres^i:tMtiun.uf this Corougb in our favour fi to wnich i'eque.st iic has most handsomely and obligingly acceded, although at a ucJftod �>(;; Ilje Ganvafs very Uatte^ing to his tV^-lings  and the num of Mr; JOHN MANNER!* haviug beeiiwithdrawn, we.b^g leave fespectfully to. inforqi.J you lljiat all furtner Opppsttion is at an eiidj and flatter, oiitr-sehes we shall receive your .uhaniraous approbation ou tlte daji of Electioiii   :      . , - V e bave-t}n^ honiiur t� bfc, , Vour faithful aud humble Sci^ants, ; ,      .    THO. THmOlON/ ., ,     ./  ', , : liOSSEL ia'ANNERS.- Gran tham,' Oct: 2^,^1808._ _ To the WpRTHVani INDEPKStS-'fNT ELiefdffS ^ (pie BOROUGH, ot aKAKTHA'Al. !ii l�id roi^ielf ha'v'e expclrieilltjpddtliring.our. IS-the best of Pati'iots. liut neither of these pn chusc to defeceml to pai'liculai-i; niid biform you \. .mi. best of kings and the best ot patriots have alre;idy dotie, or will hercatterdo tor von. What they liave done'for tliem-selves we know and feci ;wliat further thev Will ilofor uswc can only conjecture. � Ihcv who have dcsiri'd a isf'w (*!n1ia-ment thus suddenly, in our jjrcs.'iit situnwoni undoulitedlv hiive their own sti;oiij; re:isons lar it, which tiiey are ni)t likely to disclose. Bnt Lam thoroughly persuaded, that all our present burdens and n-strauits, vexlitious and gilling as they are, will appear but as trillcs when coinpired with what they w ill bi: at the closc.of this now commg Parlia-mi-nt, I 1 would willingly be instriimentaJ in the rescae of my Country at the certain expence-of life and fortune. But it Cannot be rescued; and would notdwerve to lie rescued, unless themajority ot the t'ouatry be uncorrupt. It is fit thnt theexpcriment should be tried ; and that at least the propor-tiotl otrenviiuaig integrity should be known. .�\iid I pledge my h(>iiuui''to you. Gentlemen, th.it upon the present ooxiasion, 1 do not desire the aid or countenance of any ot thepartics. In or out ot power: that I will not distribute nor consent to tlic distribution even ot a single cockade : nor will .Lvuniislv iJSr CpiPjent-b) the furnishing of a single carriage If the Ficcliolders-of Middlesex feel the situationof their Country, and desire to redti'ss its grievances, they will do their eisv 'parts tow.M.-V\ , that there is a well-fouaded as:.:uran(:e of success, it is m-om-mendi'd to them to persevere lu the contest, luiti' it sh.ill be decided by a l'oll,.:tsiur(.'d as they arc ot the nuist cordial sujiportof their I'nends. -   ;- .   . That all the e-xpenci's of convcv^in;': the l^reeholders to iS.iid from Ihe.pliice of foil, and other neci'ssiiry cliurges atteiid-aJit thereon, ought,to be paid out o' the sub.-cripiion ot rhe Freeholders for carrying on the contest, and thai the t.aiidi.-' dates be most eavnestlv outrvated not to en<;age, by tlicm-^ selves'or 'Age*its,. to incur aiiv expence whatever on that account: That the local Committee in each Dlitrict, from v. hose cxections so much advantage has been alrciidv di-rivCil, do.  th�r necessary expences as thfy shall deem ex^iedicnt, njid tJiat t^ entlrC)dlrectiouof the mode ot couvcymgthe 1- lecholders 40 and'from the I'dll be left to tlreir discretion. .Si�iied, oii'bebnU of the Meeting, ' JOny POLLEN, Cbairnun. . dh^lff'^etonietorcdtiive    -signnij�' m^ own In opsooitioif lo'thekenerall c^lr^ which      -been'cXjjJl'esBedJ^ ot iui^intttiniO|{ .tne ^ace -and baiiuffay of town,   mt opportunity hi^ been ojretwfhy. theiwme i)f Mr: John Matters being withdriiwit'trniti the list 'of CHntttdaieS. '       ' , o.   f'o- �pei-mlt rtie' to man yoi� thW | DnfertH^H.n due ^iwerof h-theoblieatiuu whLch:y.oai^ ktudne^s hoii liimiMud uittHM.�ic; ' in4 liiretljtingfromtllf! Aintept,>t|iich'l*^-'' -     ' " ^ biicctfulj tiftw-to d �4  tAaidOrmySflf tifV i induct wil^ rec.eive tJiCflanftHin olf voUr r 1 bavp the houoiii- Ha bi:/!i\|,ith perrjsct cos! Your most obIi|;.Td,aiifl oMtent hwniUlpaeryanli ^lotiiif! vJ^t' re->i,^i�ii 'n>^t me to acqiwiut yAu that TirESn.^Y next, the -Ith of  r actrtitintjhvtue tvt, that,kind Sup-, jiorti for w hitli I  ERME.N, and BURGESSES of tlic BOllOUGH of HLNn'i\ai)ON. llfE Hotftntr you have this l)ay Confefrcd npori To the GENTLEMiiJs. CLii/iGYr,a,d t'Rj�EHOLDERS . of thLvCOUxNTY- of ESSEX. � Cp.\TifEMc; ('em itpon iny' ufiiid which caunoi beelTaced whilst life IS cor.tinuerl i.i me-: aiid I siionld act utterly incoc-Biftcnt with SUCH 6entim("ni.s,'rt, ui)i�j tne present occasion, I weretosuOer anv selUsir moilvi* to prevail'ovfrtbf duty WHICH I owe to von; ! trust. �th.trcSiM. t:iat f .shall not he so iiiUut-nccJ, but tiiat I shall act as becomes my situation. � . V   ' .    . .\t the Tidvanccd a?e to wlMch-I hift'e arrived; It-may bff thuuitlitth it it wuul.'t be more b^contmt; in iiic imrai-diately to i'ftire, afiL'r having tlianked you fin:'pa-sttavoufs.apd were Tto consult loueitinighi prnlLllil ,/.-liepromol-' :ed by so doing; but vou, Oentlemenv'tliOugtit mrf a proper object of your re-ekctioa at the commencement of the Par-1 f 1 ineiit ,wiii(.ii has now been dis. h .1 Ittve already reetivcd, ri^iga u^i- j�y trual into hands....    ,.      � � . -i liiavc tlic honour to be..Gji.tlemen, V. our V try much I'bliic.J,     .    �     v �   Aifd most gratciul huiuble !&ei-vanl, FMlkbourn Hall, JOHN BULLOCK: ' ojt.i!7, iKO.;.___.. . .__     � To tiieGE.\Tlil''.?.U'..V. CLKR(!Y",aMaFREEJiOLD'ER9 -    of ii.o t:uL'Nri of Housi.i. Gt::iri.EMi;N,-   , � �   r . �� '^lll'/ attendance of so numerous and respect-ijliva boiyot mv Fncuds oji tiie day.ot iioniiMattoo,   -diiiuaiiils mv .w^ariiiest-.ifiiiiiJM !i;if2;;n(.'nli"; ai.d I i-aii:;Oi tur a miiinciit ilonot thaf thsir jHersL'.ve:'.".ijcc and e.^cnioii3 innir behalt, wiil send aie to i*f;rliai',20i!!. a? t-:io'rt'^ri'-cmativi o't this i;re,'it Couiitv.   J:v Opj>.')ii-!it> uocliir.'s lojio.i, tDiit it-proseculuig this conti;?;. !io i.i luii.ienced bj.' wh.it .le cou-siders theien=c()f the :\ieet�ii^ an Ki-ocf iibmination.- rhe same reason, (it'iitic'men. mu'-lit lo ai-ii.itf jyiil even animate me ; for :hoHtrh tne raiiiOTily of rrveh-jlders piosent ivas liwericd to be m't.ivimr ot.Vir." Barte-. \f t my i rieml* nniiitauiitlan intermv dir;.'t?\v contiMrv. iild .thui^n I.do nut iiiiputi' to tlie Shvnil.tl.s ciwrge of |jariiality in dtcliuing to ciiil.it the immoersof tbo brr-eholiieis ^iresciil, as be was called upon to do, yet it tu;a; iv.ode iia I bijcn adopted, I doubtn;)itiial a decided iiui)oritv v.'ould have iieeii, m my trtvmir.   liut as it is. (ieiiilonu'iiv 1 ,sii:  , the I'ull, wilh a perfect coiit'.Jeiice thi.f tnw   pr:)s.'C�lH)ii of yonT s.^rm-rom c.\ertioi!S 111 my bchiilf,  willni t'lic end  pr.v.m; and 1 trust yourown irooc! b;> s ot ibc County, and at the same time assert Its l.iin'rtyaJid laftepeiidrnvc. 1 have the ho.mr lo be, Geutlcineii, "SI Ith every sentime.it ot ijratim.le and r�'S);.>ct, \ our most dcvotcrf hu;i!l)L> SiTvant, Brvac^oniOft.ai, IrO'.;. E.'B, t'OHX-M-VN. N. B. liie day ot Lle.tton is tlxcd for tl\e / lb.�t Nov. atHorchester, w lien the h;in.oVir of ^our aUeudaiice m my suj-port 1.'! mosi earnes'ly icqhested.    ~To the INOl.PENDLNT ruri7BL"rrGFS!itS~o>~ . \ .; ami you may be aii�nreil of ^vur utmost endeavours t utsmcerert thai uiKt warmest gratitude our aiiks, Wc cannot Ihit coiiiuier it/if the clearest lestiuwinv of y�Ur approbit'ou or our t:o;idubi dofutg the Ijst rarliamcut} tttia we beg L�ave toa�ure you ibat wo^will cndertvour tui Ur.^s-rve youh good opinion, b.v a tfi-Nirji j�ttentnJA ii> th  diUivs ot'lhe l.igh and imporiiini iruii. yvu have lepossd. iti us.        ' \Ve are, tkrt,bJt)Co, Your most obliged an 1 taitnlu! bumble .Scrva vt, SAMt'KL S.MITH. LeicxNi 
                            

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