Courier, January 26, 1809 : Front Page

Publication: Courier January 26, 1809

Courier (Newspaper) - January 26, 1809, London, Middlesex THURSDAY, J4NUARY 26, 1809. OLYJfPIC PAVILION. ^c^rrnstlM^ree^. Strand, fb" fourth appeanuice of h muit Mtraoriliuary ROPli ^)A>'CIiR, from Lisbco, wlinMS uuparalleleil Ulev.itiuiis aud JuroiW, render him ibe fir.t Performer on tiie Tiglit Rope ftrrrw^n in En^lMd. ' flllK KVKNLVG 25t^� Triday '27th, and Sa. tun}ay. 2Slb atJaumry, at half past Su preci�ely. with Comic EccentricUies EXERCISES, by Smith's nyipfact �,ime, called THKHKOPHECY; or IlHrJequii 3IarJequio.%MT. Orosi-maoj CMhii. M-. Npnaan ; and Co. Jombine, Alts. 11arliet-*Seco�4 urice li!iir-pn�t i-icht. VA�ci. W^�dilgirtion?a�g�t,by Mt� Qjivis and alile A�si.-tital5. SECOND W�jeV4 Appearantre of fJm Yonnr PnUSSlAX, Lyc$C^, STRAM).-Hr.INGLKBY ^^hj-N"'"''*?' G/Wt parrouaffc an* wjiujrt? he . s to .kindly eaperieneed j tkes tUii�pj�rtrtptv�fjo6rmiijc^ thut liTiddition to TO eOMP0SIT0IlS.--EiKht or Ten steady Handi, wh& will have constant F.itiplovmfiil, are w.mted by JAMES BALLANTYN and C.^ Printers, ]:diuburgh.->.-Tbree Guiiieas will be allowed for Travellins ExiM'itces. Ediiil'orgli. Jao 22. im. _J_ ' BHrnSHCIRCULATLVG LIBRARY, 24, Cockspiir-rtreet, Charin�-cr3 of ppxuUar ad-vaiitiise.-Apply by Letter only^ �t pul-.liilied, THREE QJJARTETTS for Two Violins.Tenor find Vinbmtvllo-Composed by Lorii v.i� Bti.-rnoVE.v, Openi 3.1, price 7i. tid. PfiMt.-dhv Astor nnJ Co. iS^t:'*Vjch;^^�a a^'MOSlOAL^^ ) yetfre ami a' hJiITpId,  vf ho-pTajfr sevtral i��oorrtc. Airton tow AHlWri vetfrsaml a' hilf flld,'vfhon.----------- Tnoo tit Violte? antftlie IfliraJtabfe WrformaoceofAIiss CotJNfi Wilt, present an L^ening'tAamje., i^Bot to be^udlfd. Wefy care .�taken fo,h�re ^iatre perfeetfy wami^obd fires being�oiattiiOy kepi. LV2Eirtafl4'GeiW��tt,i*ff:�iv�g llmelif tiotiee, may.naTc PjliteperfMmaflcaaatJfiw^^ ; , . *bo�/obenat Six ojdock.commence �t.S�wen,^coiidude * ' BitttNiSe^- �� � - ^_" -A Yonni _ The espriiers aitoge> ____^Letter^ dircctird lo Ut D. Iay- real name'an FrSBHtiVG p^^^ fleB|}enuui,af ttndiaus and tmelabte dispOtitiMi, nay.. he weeivei Xl��lcf Vie tafre of an experienced Teacher, near tivion, ylitk iHeaiMaMace'of learqingthe Classief, Modern TLaaSflHtflt �(h^. Bn^idies of elegant Eddcktioo; vtketf Jk (rill fii�l a plraslwfelltfwvsttfdeiit. ^therHrnfbetSvlionfcei at Jtri.kfjr and CO.'t FcitcJiareb-�ircet, a. Badtknhat;,^ 10. 180)^ , ' But Sifhrfs are-;10;){.ipirinrniii|ol^aqdabflui four shillings in silver, he w.islctt iBBrfflt torture, and unable ti� m'^ve foraubut eleven hours- the eorJ which himnd his hands being fastened.ove^bis bead tba�opboara,.-ujdlhc cord which bound his ferttbeius; fas--^cnedtaaibuttftr, qo whilrJtJie.u'as placed, in which >t�te he "(rasdifcovered bv his'grbw,'the next muroin^abuut eight ^ck,Slid jrele^ed,'(|dite'in an ea hausted slate. .ifSoever will give soich iufuruuUi�it to M'r. James Han- Cashtofioishany penrUaildiiigs.voder easy (iroiuuf Rents [ and long Le.-ise�, where part is let-and the Reiiti are and wilt be adequate tu pay the interest of a moderate Annuity for futy part of the above; not lessthan SOO/.^vUt be trr:lted with OBliWal terms,-or imy other real security accruing from landorFuqdcd Proerty,or Charch LVvings unincumbered. .Honourand secrecy may be deitriidedoo. ApplieatioiiS persona) or by letters, poi^t puid, to Mr. Kfaybank, No. Li, Sbrrbarpe-inoe, wiB be Mieoded to, from "principals wnly. ' . A Genlkmini.iritii the highest OnlV'-rsUy degree, ynL-wrho 'rouj^long residence abroad, in.part diplomatically, from bis knowledge of the languages, and from hav-iiigedncatcd w>ih credit, some uf the Prime Noblr->se, trusts tbathemisbttieof m.'irc ihaii ordinary utility ; would instruct "lie or two Yfiiiig Gciitleroen, a few huirs a day. Ue is a Clergyman of the E't'itilished Church, induced" bv a d>-tin; of being useful, not jv his circumstai^o-s and of a -cortaiu station; liberal cnnuilions will be e.VHi-cieJ.-Apply to Mr. Payne, Bo"ksrllcr, Pnll-Mall. "\/|ONEVto LliNU.-Several Tbuu'.anU Founds Xv IL to he advanced by way of Aomiity on a Single Life or on Lives, on every species of Sccatif.y, rt-defmable at llie i'le.Tsure of the Borrower, and for vmich a liberal Price wilt be givco, And to Nohlenien, L&dles, nnd Men of F.-isIiioh, on ijheir persomil Security only-Address (pfiFt Baid") to Messrs. Grant and Co. t';!, NorihmnbiTland-street, Chariflgcross; or personal application between tht Hour* of OijuiUid Fjmr. N. R. No Rrokernpodaiifily. K i N FLASS EIS ojf -a fieculia^ seftftfUs �f By AUTHORITY.-In the pre., -    '- puhlisl'iec-', rjpiIE Whole of the" and speedily will be ProcCL.ltng* of t!i.r BOARD iif-INQUfRY upon the suojcct ot the late Cunveo-tion in Portugal. Prrated for X- Egerton, at the Military Library near ti^XYL(M*"^imd .litssiiY rc.^pecVrull) duijvered Grati? a PORTRAIT ef- his MAJESTY, from a Painting by Sir W. Beecliey, .'iml pijiifed on the finest Coppor-plate Paper, ^nd intended as a Frontispiece to the First Volume of the Popular Sunday and Monday Lop.ilnn Newspaper. And on which.day, a Chronological Tahle of ih-- l-.\riits of the past Year, and an Inde.x, to complete thr Fir.�f Volum c of Ihe Paper, will be ready for Uelivery.-Price Ligbt-pence. OrdeR for The N.*Tio>Ar. Registcr should he immedi ately seiit to the Office, 11, Cathcriw-^treit, Strand, or to the 'Newsmen, Booksellers, and Clerks lif the Roads, to pre vent Ihe chance of dir.ippoiotment. � Thisday arc published, price REFF-f'CTfO.N'S upon the SI'.VTE and CON". DUCTo! PUBLIC AFFAIR.S, at (he Com:iiencc ment of the Year 1^9.-iJy an E.N'GLISU.MA.N of th OLB SCHOOi-. Printed tor T. Cadell and W. Davics, Straad. ^"^jPuir^ce^ted^qbbciry, sAall mcive a Reward of ON E HONDftEU to be nA'id on Coiivicfion AT any dfeodfersi hfHaitl Leigh s�ad Mason, 0^ to; Rent tor One Y�af; or .^-'ttme'as tiay Sc itr^ on. and ealc'red .~-k^-fcomrortaMe, yrell (Vimished, detached Si^iil^CO'J^AOE, ia aptcsaut&iVua^toD.'on the sea Ira pw^'iialk'd-ih garden, and ten or-i�el�elnci*� i'oiil, .-uid finenL-s5 of texture", that create no irrilaiion if worn on the skin, or inconvenience by eiiiier weight or hulk, Ihe bestproierlion forhe.-illh.^-ijraintt the .itn-.o.-pheric. chuiigcs ot" our climate, nnd prevent the liability to catch cold after v.iertion, or on going from a hot to a cold air, rrenminendcd by thetiicuUv lobe ivoni.usa preventative against the evilj, occisiomTd by a suddeii check givi-n to pec^piration.' Valett�linarians will lind tUem a great cnmforf. SoHlfrom ISd.lo �s. per vatd, by HENRY FRANCIS, No. 10a,-��lbon>-hill,t>ppos'iteSf. Andrew'.- Church, wbei� also 4uay be seen, an exleu^vc and cheap assirtmfent of every article in the Linen llraptfry and Blankets. ANNUIllES.-'lNnrifcars Purchase '^iVte immediately given for AnnuitiessecuPed ttpon Freehold, Copyhald, �r long LeasehoU Estates, where the parlies have an absolute interest, and pn.which (by'rcason uf ihe pressure of the times) money cannot be obtained upon mortgage; and eighj yetin purchase t�ill litocw'ne be given for Anniu'lies on voang^Livfi secured on the lik? properly, the Interest of same. Apply petjonally., wr by letter (post paid) tb"Mr. Beard. No. as, Nortlmmherliind-stfret, Stnnd. OSTON mills;-"o be let, andcntet*d onat.L.idy.Dayne AA style, 1809, all tbafciplial' WATER.CORN MILL'i' fnrryiii fooirpiiir of mijl-sfonei� and all iiiiloble. m^hiner) iJxed lor the dressing of flour. Also a modern $ailt Wind.Mill, nearly adjoininc, carrying trto pair of mill stonei, jM/l the like mlchinrrv, sit'oate at Fostun, itt the centre of �p exccllenl com cnaiitry, in the-East Kidinjtbf Vork-sjiirei , Also a capital Dwelling House,, suitable forlbe fiupily ofthe tenant of the mills, and iinnther Dwelling ifitOse, tts^d at.ftil Imr, 'wVth sevetiil Cottages for setvsnts employed in the p'iremisei. Tofctber with about f ifty-iwA Acre's df .Hch Arable .!M16Bdbw and Piasfdre Laiid, all now rented by M�inrr. TAreedyaad Pnr&in, who, for several years post have cilrrici] oni Bn'd do now 'iatry im at. the idid hiiljii'a mo^t rstei^iVe and Incrative Ihide Id the several ai-tirlcs uf Corn-, FWf,.CoaIs,^Litne, Bricks, Titet, Timber, Flaes, and Stones, tiaed Fdr Biftildii^t wbkb wveral articles (piiniculnrty that 'ld :at u mach lower pHce than al DWSel^, where the lock dues aud .frightHextclfd those n^ To thesaid Mills; the oVrettpiers tbefeof barinc a ftre ami eriitieid, 13 from Bridii�|$tua, l^rom Bererley land 20 from Hull.  ' For further partirnlanr, apply l" Robert Biiwer,. Es^. nf^ Welhaur, or t6 Mr. Snowball.of Birdsail, both near Maltuu, orAu' ftlr. Lanrlteri, SoliclluryHaUonGarden, I.nndotn To MERCHANTS, COAt;HMAJCl^S, .nnd others. ALUABLE TIMUER, upon the Premises of THE NEW COM ED V. This day iii published, price lia'.f a Cro MAN and WIFE; or' MORE �EtRETS THAN ONE ;*a Comedy in Five Acts, as it is per-' fumiinzatthe Theatre Royal, Urury-Iane. By J. ARNOLO; E.q. Printed fiir Richard Philliiji, NIV 6, Urirtge-Ftreet; and sold by Godklard-and Chappie, ^'all MVl; hooker, Boiid-t^reet'; and by all BuoitSfHeri in town and Country^ of whom m.LV be bad. The SOLDIER'S DAUGHTER, 12th Edition, by A. Cheri^ Esq. prioe '2i. 6d. TheXUIUf'EW, Seventh Edition,by J.Tobin, Esq. price 35. 6d. . . This day is publ'ishcd, in oAe volume octavo, -irice Is. 6d bonrds, DELECTUS GRAECA�,UM SENTENTiA-RUM, cum nntis tuin Gra-aiuatici?, tuin Philologicis, in lisum i'ironum Arcommodatis-^By ST. JOHN PRIEST, Editio Altera .Auctior. Printed for Longmau, Hurit, Rce.', and Ormc, Patcrnos-ter-row._. _,_ This day is published, in One Vol. Qunttii. pricK 65. b cards THE MINSTREL, BOOK TUJRD, b. ing a Continuation of Or.-Beattie's Poem. Printed for Longman, Hurat, Rees, and Onne, Patcrnos-ter-row. ^ .-�o�V�h&�,-_________^_____ _ k,r^pai^:l�i|,^Kiir � Market Town, and in,a smid >eigb6bMiok(k:iU^ f(^^ are kept. Stabling for *"�^�iFibar BMKS .irin be peqtjircdj a coach-hdijsc and -^Nr^tiwlk�ffict9." tlieaUiauce (Void London nff^^lcss ^tt Ad*ierti�r�*f� H w��lr�hy of atlcntfoft, ns tfe'^pSAliy �i Premises a^'ji^1led7oir are flif tiic highest respci�aBitliy. If't'^ atist iMdfVMHaiaiiw^ ftiU accodijt.of ridetiieutartr, i?fife;i%OTsand Five Ha^arlea tIcICETS^wJII � fjWiiwft'AotSBJFiiijt and Sfconil Days Drawing the Olii^IIfSTAl* LOt-TEHY, which be�ns on tfiii 12th of 49l|HjiBZ;,jtiiidM^lhe'nnder^ucnlniiA:d Prizes: J---; :,--SCB�MR,' -'.��'I " DATS PtWi^M^a�j666.{�0' ^ iUW. 'ai..-.:�v50ij 15;-. ---- 6,QM� 78J300 Wednesd.ayi Ap"ril 12 Friday..... ApHl 21 Thursday. ;','April 27 - . . . Salurday... April 29 ^-tie Owtimijoi* Petoalssion tbr Lwds nf tte fl*w*4c*i���S�te �f REE GII-T of.l.oOD WhdlpTickets, - Sa AddiWtik'the J^to lb tlie SchtNbe:  .^"v^ "-:.":tIltS"* DAY^ ^ �� - A-FrefsCitt �f 1,000 Whole Ttekets, ^tte tiA^n.-sJ^ijM iLbbvB iU-, tbe Mimbet* of ij�bic& iJiiAwiNG. * ML iiool w 7,100 8,501 In S-,60e 9,001. td ^.iw io,!5ni: lliOOl 18-,50l to 10,00 f" li,ia) to \ym' ��aii^,600 'XICSEI^'>fl^^8tt^y^ar^^ at^evcl-y. Litxnsci- JVlr. Joshua,Tew*no,al Baston, "near .Market Deepiog, intbe ConHtj of Linculn, td be DlSr^sed of by PalVAtE Contract, 3iX� Feel of ASh Timber. 30J0 Feet of Elm ditto. 200 Feel of dry A?h (Split fti halves.) 300 Feetuf Ash Plank, lr6m2to4 in'i!bfs. lOOO Feet of Elm Plank, ftpm-2 lo Siifche*. 7v) Capstan Ba'r;, from U to 16 feet longi 5 IValnut Trees, from 14 to 20 feet loD^, and frdm 18 to 24 inches girt. 5 Marden WilloWs. 2 Y'cw-Tceei. A-Ulrge qimnUty of dry FeiHtes, frma 3 to 9 inches. : TbetUW of the Asfi Timb�..j[i. in fractal fromafinnS iocbMlo S fi!�t girt, and firafa l^Ho J�6ft*t;teng.-�t.tbfe. greater panrfrom 14- to lBiackcs>g)i-t.- TheEliwanefrost about litott-tiKfincrsurt �MlKU�e^sh and Elm aire pfid.-tipallyt Hoiiaar .cMiin, ttndfieaiaaed in f Ae round, were fxtlea inthe vetin 1866and 1807..aiid the Trees fhita 14 to 18 inchtf ^Irt; have beeiilplaated.�itbininemory. A Parcna.�er will not be rcquirrtt to t^ke the cdarse void; and as Air. Tewsoo it about dadisla|; tfaebuiincte, the^n've will be sold at redticed prices,'^ampptovcd s-ctirities, oi- a discount wtli beallbwed for ready duin^. -'X'be Thnbermay bie seen ^n. tke P>rmise*i and Lrtfm, pfNt-add, itddreMcd to .lit.. TcwsoB, Ba.5. in boards ; or on royal p^per with proof impresiiuns of the plates, JOf. i&i. ripiiE PL-AYS of. WILLIAM SFLVKES- Jl peare, primv^ frora.the Teit of s;*tothaid,. Thoihson, Westiil, fitc. Printedfur Longbftn, liunt, Reti, sindOrme. W. Miller, andJ.Muitay. Luiidun; and A. Console and Co. Edin-,�Bfgh__ . This Day 1$ Piiblished, Price 3$. trtnnd, AVOCABULARY ENGLISH and GREEK, arranged syst�matically,.to advance the learner in sciea-tific a* well ai�?rbal knowledge. Di-s'igiiedfor the Use of Sdhooti.-Bv NATHANIEL MOWA R�. Tke 6r�!k language iisocopiouj, that few prnonsever master the vocabulary; the present work is well ralulated to expedite the kaowledge" of those terms of natural hictory, of lilt and science, which arc Commonlj- the last Ic-infed, .-ind the first forgot Wn."_ Critical Review, Sept. 1803- Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rres. and Orme, Paternoster Row J and Rees and C�rti. j shews the object of the Rifle in pairlicular; treaU ofthe theory of spiriil motion, e'onfirmed-by experiment', and of the minor qualities of the Rifle; examines the hfsiory of the Rifle and iis progressive improvemeMU; the Various shaues ofthe ftall; and proceeds todescx'ibe the rooitperfiect mode of constmctine the various pMtksCthe Rifle, and of pi^pariog its several appendages. Tte-t�esl^�d��of .wing it in its v.-irioos relations are next iJewribedi iheie^tftilf actual praciiee and experimrjif. .. Th�ii^i�Mcaadi>d(d by genml hiats tending to facilitate the co4i^lete^uiqiiireaei)tof the Rifle practice, and coaf-laioing hiu'i^h Ittformatiba ^ wn froifi various sources, neces-sary.to. Rifle ��rps, including the soWecjs of cnmliiive dis-iUKlions, dress, 8tc. and tending ti> ilie better formation of thosemotieAeS; which are so necesarv to elicit the spirit of iae-pesple for.tbe aUdimiiirct of skill in Rifle shooting: Tbe irhotle adapted to ttte commonest noderstaading, with due tnc;Eai0 fa every iforii which has tuuciied'apno the imbject. , \Oimie tvlit "puBCtnoi, qnt misfit utile dnlci. If wSs^li � ^* Miliury Jtibiaryj niPERHL fARHAmNT. HOUSE OF COMfluNS, WEbfJEsi).iY, Ji-i. 25. INSOLVENT DEBTORS. Sir THOMAS TUrtlO.N iiri>.>icd a i ciili"n, signed, by 267 prisoners iathe Kind's lU-nch. lie took orc;i u.'i to re-inarlc on th� very greainumlst-' .of p.T.oas roiitiu-.J for dfbt^ not only in this, but in every-othrr (jiwl in n.j-fc^h:-J''in. . which was at this period unpfecedcntoo., He tad lotended tu have taken a full viow �r iIt43.siibJL-c't, b.iit as tli.? biiRie matter had been bronghi i .to ilie iioiice of t.'ie biker Hou-� of Pariiameut, by a iVo!)le Lord (.Uoira) vw-.^e abilities would doitso uiucti ju'tci", h-" rto'iM Toirthe pr.*5eiit contcTit-liimself w'lth sinipU mnv.ng,. � I'lr.at Ihe I'ctiliim be received," reserving to li'im>eif.-. future npportu.-jity of calling the attention ofthe Hon�p to it, if neijessary. Tbe Petition was received rea^!, aiid ordered to lie on the table. Mr. LvcJDS gn'venotice, that Sr would io-morr.>wse'pight move for the :ipp"iiitDiciit of a foiiimiltee, to roiisiiler tlivs best mode of Prevejitii:g JJepredattoaa in I'iymijlith Dockyard, aiid the vicinity-Mr. Jon."�S(J>', fr-m ite office of the Chief Srcrefiry of Ir.-laiid, presented the Sitb Kep->rl of the Co(i*mi3Si"i:ers of Public .Arrount.-, aud the 7th ifcport of the ("orruiiiss miers appnint-^d t.> inquire into Ihe l-eU'- bene* fits likely to result from the r�iiew,il varp of the circumstances when theque.'Jiou nai.-.-ked. The aji-poiiitraent had certainly t:>ke.i place, .-md thpri-'cnyli'.l^.-: t�> wish to keep a m.atter secret, wliicli fruift \\\^ e.i'/ciic of ifce o.'licial duties by trie Geullenian ipppointf-il, was already notorious to every one. Lord Folksto.m: ga^e notice, that he would bring tfii; , subject befiife the House t.i-raorrow, as he doubted, .'t/t'r such aii.,'i^�.iiTiilerali.>n the l.orili Cors-raijsiom'r: Speech, and the Sucrtker having r M'I til'-si.iie. it WHS resolved that tti. HuDie slmuld resolve itself int'i i\ Cma-mittee of Sui>ply therenn t i-m-irrow. . gj^SS S-r S. KoMlt-LY j^.ivc iii'lT.-e of his inlenti'ni fo move, tiinl the Act3.'i. Geo. II. ^holllll be exiemle.t for the l�enelitof Prisoners in custody for roiitciiipi uf l'oiiri� of Eqnitv, iiy not p lying ni6acy I6r vVhicli oidcrs of tficse Courts v.cVo Mr. H. .MAR7IV, .ifter5omc conversation Tvith MC. Hus-Kisso":;, renewed .1 notice he h:id given la^t (iesbion of Parliament, relative l" dTtain Public Accon-rs. .\ New Writ was nrJived t" he issued for the Rnrbugh hf Pem.'iroke, ii) th" rortni of Mr. Harlmv, dete.-ised. MONUMENT TO SIR J. MOORE, AND TH'\NKSTO THi; �.:O.N'QUEROfl . .'F tORU".';-V LordC-l."sTLElli?AGIf. b-for c is Ing npon a subject which so serisi*'ly touched im- fcleings, not only of the House but of th'' Coiin'ry, could not help congratalatinsj I'll m and those mor: tm-mediaieiy ctxmected with th jllus'riuu'sH'.ro wlio had lately fallen inrthe cause of his country, (�o the glorious circumstances altenilins; their heavy lo.ss -circniiistatices which in some mcisure were calculated to console thcni for that melancholy event. It seldiim - happened that any grea^ or inip >r'ant advantjxe, ot any splendid victory was obtained, wilhout \ti being their lot to mix feelitii^s of the rtost poignant rei�ret '�r some individual loss,'ivtfh thiisc of gratitude fir service^, and exultations for triumphs. Such was the. case in the prcseotln-stance, where we had to lament the fall of an individual, whose d-a�h, from his" distinguUhod character, his military -xploits, l>is time of life, and his projiisc of future excllencei wa5 to be lamented.as one of the gre^t-st national calamities-{Hear! Aety..')-In cxpressiiig the de'if^ est sentiments of regret ou this loss, iJ was pli-aflnir to him and toBri'ain to do justice to the mtiriis tjf the individual they deplored. It was iii so.iie.dt-gree satisfactory to know, tliai thoug.l.i w .iinded, and sensible of his approaching dissolution, ;ho late gallant Commander of ihe lirllisli, army irr Spain refaijieil his menf.-il p-ssessioa ami strcii^th to the last f that fie was, able 16 follow up the Iransaclion he batf so ably p/atined to 5t.? clb-e, and to learn tha^it had been attended with tioio-plole success. In this awful aad inter "fitin.g state he had b.ut one^ish remaining, a wKll. wrn'.cft BTeryindiyidual in the Biitlsh ^lilmplre wdu^il bie most eager aud anxious to fulfil; it was, tliaJ thij service he had performed might be acknewl'-tyetl, and marked witli the approbafion'of his coatitry. That such a signal mabk of.approbatian-wtiold be given by the vote of th?s night, he cQubJ eutc'rtaiit no doubt, ie^i't .fohn .VIgore, lisul not feefti^abte * to accomplish all ihsf was cifcpected'j if "h^ was not able to aclii-'ve the arda.-us tisk tt/ resc'^ogj SpaiR^^i^om Ihe Tyrjnt's grasp, the Blame was ,a6t -iiis {loud and incessant cry of hsar, hearyfr^p^ ihe. Upposition.) ItjfaiiHJd him (cotiiinueii^lie Noble, If Lord) to see party feeSngs manifested "sqlpttdly tljose-GenileiocJii .tvbd-j^tt.-" on this occasion, ir tl�o�e^en!lenicJt tvbd"..^^'^ w,iy to so Ul-tinjed a aispla7.^f.lheir pi>riti^aj oplii nitfns, did ttiok that the .biame :l4r fil^'b'ik Mi.: jestf'3 Ministers, tht^ymigla. find a mori liropec. opporttwily

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Issue Date: January 26, 1809

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