Courier, February 22, 1809

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Courier (Newspaper) - February 22, 1809, London, Middlesex WEDNESDAY^ FEBRUARY 22, i09.; Price 6^D� �mJ-ADAMK. GATALANI's SIX GUAM) i/-,iiovcr-.-.iMr�.-Martanie Cat:!!.!!!! lias llie lioijimr lo .ic-uuaiiit the Ni.Kilirjf jumI GpiiIO' ih-'HlK; tirst i>f 1.ct Six ihellkh Mjurli.aiicf lif cuiui'iuwI/Jit Hir 'i'lmri.lins following. nraioriiM iif JI.iii'li'l �"J Ha.Mln, iii wliicli .Haitinne C'aiuluiii " �" ami >i.-4i'd I'd-Orclifsiw will bpromplile, iiiider tlu-dirw tiiui of Mr. VmiifwiM: !">>l �'V�:rv iice4s. in _ Kr the iJse of y.itiBz IVrsniis.-Hy VV. J I LLARI) HOKT. Piiftert for Liiii'inan, HursI, Jlecs and Unne, Paternoj. ter-niw. JMFEIIIAL PAR Ll.dMENT. IlOUSh OF LOIIIJS;, Tlesoay. Fes. 21. The Malt and Pension Uutv IJills a^.d ihe Kschenuer BU1> l.^an Bills nvre read a third time, ��nd passed ~ The hquity IM)lor5' Relief liill p:.sj."d tlir.iu?h :i Com-mittecof the Hholc House,.jinJ u;is rL-pnrtcd withunt aiiy ameudoient. , fcnpi A Siiicle Suliwriptiuii............. r ive fJuiiiKis. Two Uiilo ' !te-.iiiu- Family----NiueOuiii�t�ve 15^ will be entitled to 500 tickets. These valuable lJe*liis are given by..the Contractors over and above Ihe usual Amount or'Capital and j other Prizes contained in the Scheme. The TickeU deim-il-i cd in the Hank of En;;Iiiiid, and a Li�t of the ^umbers niav , behadat HORNS^Yand Co.'suhohave rerehtl> shared ISanks reported from the rommillccforinqnirlnj int  IZ-^ [uf ,^f'T:L',^ "r r'-'^.w'-' ^ � . Ji'hn Annes'eV Sl.ee had I>een gnilly .of gn... ,,revari.ni.�n, aot^.iKWt, 1 of l,O.W-', r...f jiki/. . . ,r �mJ--.novc!lthalhebeH-..kenra(oci^t.Hly bytl'eaerjeas.l at Arms, irtiidi was agreed to. iri>li .Mititia Transfer Bill was read a tiiird MlLITn E.VLfSr.\jlEN-T lilM,. The F.arl of Livnipoo l liuving moved the Order nf t'le Day for their l.onlihips resolving inin a Cowniiitec on tuis Uill, Lord XVal?ii'g!iani accordiiig(\ took the Ch.iir. The different cbius'-sand provi>ii'iiisof Mie Hill, with affW amendments proposed by the Nohlr Sucniirvnv of Stati; which proriiuvd no discirssion, were agreed lo by the Coni-niiitec. The licpori w'as onler^d in . e received iu-uior.''ow. IIOUSR oTTJo.M.VIONS. GrciBon's Divorce Bill was read a second time, and ordered 10 be coinmitled. '-------' " -.. - jijj^, that Oi?teiifcb^yl^��^*i(rtStri'ierexethe "liMnhrrrnir-tTole vVWi- � sameTerni>a;iifure.-Piit. .Vc.�.pe....o.,, willber..ulv,..treat j _---- i'ho jjBvbi: wilting til renl.iheThrair^ for a period of UMt less �\lkm iimie vears, with.the >ub-i>ting ijiArigenwils of the Htrfomierj for the enXuifq; Season - Xpiilicaiioii be made 1tf\eHtr:iiiir'->'ket5 to be bad at the bar of the Tliatch-(j.itiiliie Tavern. / _ OTICirto (i:UEpITOIIS.-T^-c .sewiafcTii: 'dfloi3 who have eateruted the Deed of Aysisnnu'iitof Jlr. WILLIAM CimV'KS of Giaiithani, in the (ionntyof �piREK GIFT ..f One riioiisaiid \\-J.o'e Tickets In t.> lo 10,600 II.HI,) the First J)ay,iiiiniliers as follow !- 3,ail to :j,i(c I i.'.iii to 7.1011 io,.'rf)i 4,J0l �" 4,Wil 1 ri.'illl lo S,t:iW 1 il,*H)l 5;iK)i to 5,1.10 y,ooi lo y.iiw i i'2.ooi "�,oOl tir ti.^X): I AfcsoaFree Gift of Five Ildndied Whole Ticket? to the First dpiwnabove IjMhu Second Dav, Iihinibersast-.low i IXOOi to 13,UW I I J.O'.il " flf Ijj.lOli 14,501 to 11,6001 liipOl �" hi,W 17.0*11 to 17,10.) The above Tickets may gam the whole of the following Capiuil Prizf-s :- 4........of......;�.?0.000 1'................ 10,000 y-'----------- 5,!HtO K.,....of.......=�.1.000 10................. oO-J ewho have herelof.-re graiited Hjfclalc.iiid l-.nect-iupop their rc'peelive Del)i>, at the i Anmrili.-s mi e ...... Wtrahii^i'f'�iodafed�iilianysnin from 100/. lo 100,000/. lo n-dcein the TO OFFICEUS rc-furnei! from .Sl^AhX.- W.H. WILSON respectfully begs to inform Onicers ko niay have lu�t Priiperly in Spain, that he will sup;^ly (keo nitb Canteens, Plate, Sivords, Pistols, Guns, &c. at , rtwCoit. Ao. 1, Vigo-lane may have imiiurlnla|idtcjiliahntiWseveral years.llie ti.-t will prove ihein fiiPITH's* Mlutary qualities, whirli e� en great age iias � .^.Ijjj^lwmfii^l'-^V^iH*-* hithcrh; iiiimtrted. CURimWlZK WJNl?s7=Cri...ts70U.loz. His*.! MilVK. of Ras-ill'iii, eight year- i i les, at IOAIdi>2. irf Fn-nrh J'lirl,' ai jls.-: a .....pi;,:ng lllHiefullnr-s aiid rieliiiesw of tdd Poii-igul W i-:-, williilie i^fiiStli :iiid flaviiiir of-'Claret: '2Jg , .and others, desirims of raising ;)!oiii'y thrminh a respectable channel, may hejfiip plied un all the asisai modes of seruritv without exposiirc or dehi.y^ for a co'nuiission of only ten Siiiilings per ccni.-\d-' dress (pO?taKe free) to Mr. John Her y UaKei's C'ollVe-h.mse.-tJhangC-alley ; -r So. 11, Bearbinc'er-lane, Mansion-house. Froiiuhe LONDON GAZETTE, Fib. 21. Adiinnilnj-OJibc, Feb. 21. Copy of a Letter fr.mi Captain .\ewconibe, of his Majesty's sloop Bi-asle, addressed to Coiinaodore Owen. SIR-I bi'g leave to acquaint \'"or1iiiie, of 1V f:uii. nii In-r eroiiot made aii\ .aplnrf. I'rom iht-ir unal inirepi-dily,llii-vd'il n surrender iinlil the ISeagle r.m.hrralongside. noiM iih-Tandiiig it blew strong wisli a heavy :e;i. One of their ciew w;is uiortnliy wounded.- 1 have tile hominr to be, ("Uv .  (Signed) FRAS. NLWCO.MoF. To Coniniodoie Owen. ite. *!( jOII- duii._ROU,'.\.nw)S and COI'.Di'N; T.iiio.s, :ind Habit aiid i'elisse .Makers, (from Mi.T. AllenV, in liona-4tjr�,) b.'g leave ituM respcctiully lo if turn lii.sr .Mnnie Tllalisto Uie .Nnhiliiyaiul Gentrv �no have already nltheni with tlh-irComiiiiUHls a'lid fiiltered liv llie saii-Iae- liun which th.v have givi-n. tliev sidUii the fuiure support of Ibrirpreiont Irindsaml ibc Piililic at lar,;e. K. twd C, in ro .-eq lence of the.very rapid and c jitraorlt-fiij.ritein ^pam^h clolhs, have, bvthe ndeir Frienilf and liie Pulili.-. iliat Djflierc�nmmen,laiinii of .xeveral fi^iilbmen of the lir.-i re-�pWaliHit.v, they h.we been induced to niulertake r.amaily .tutbiiyiiigand selling of l^nd on Coinniijsioii. the valu il'i'ii tSoiis.plamihigaf i.\.inns.iand arrai;gins Agricnluirul Af-Wls,;ieciiriliiigtothe bi't jn des in practice lheh' Ling establlshi-d Business in the S P R U C V. V. I'- H l/me, >ii full Trade, tPgeiher wilh the Hrewiep C lentils. Vessels, *e�&c. ic.} about I-H) Dozen prime .>>iooe Hollies, some Rhiiie Oars, and a small ffic-s; Coach hourf, Stabli.-,' for "f. *�tor8e�,.p��oa walled Garden, and from 1010 r,^' ^"H front 10U. Smiles from London. The Lomiucs "I or Herts would be preferred, particularly ''fj^: WrWftVDorking. A^larger lloiTe will m be ..hiected W7-.W*� V";^" 2�e��hJ S(t?�uurchiuewin Uk�wite be given for Anmntie� �S�iiisL��sWur�dontbelike property. ^K^'^^" ,f "^J in�eF6ddb,Cbun:b Preferment, ..r>iar;iBge beiiie-��s. vrbere the jiariif* hiive only a I'"* �*5casethesrftmer *M have the power of redeeitJi.ng the .Jpply persmmnv. �r by letter (port paid) Vo M"^-��iW,Au, 28, Northmubcrlaud-iiUcet, Stond. ____ - ______ .....u time and pa'sed Outlie Motion of Mr Hcskissov, Mrs. Mary Ann Clarke was ordered to attend a t.'omaiiitee Hf the whole IIokm- oa VVeiliiesday, bringing viilh her Ictti-r-: rel.uiiig lo li.r 5.-,)ai:i-lion fromllie Doke of ^ iirk. Mr. Ualin.ley and .Misj la^-ior were ordered 10 alteiid al thi-same time. Sir Thomas Tl-rto.n prop>ised that Mr. i.owinn do brinj all such papers as mav be in his imsscssioa, nlalive to'any transactions with iMrs. Clarke, more c^-pecia ly those coii-ii n.io:''. TheCiiA.NCKLLOuof the t.xciiijyi-Kii spoke a few words in reply. .Afii-r which. Sir Thomas TuiiroN .l?^er(ed that i!i".e papenc in the ('OJSe^sion of ilie Solicitor ought 10 lie laio l)i'-tore the liou-ie. He, however, d'. Mr. Po.NSOXUY informed llie Jlian^e. that on Fri-lav nevt ho would iiidke his motion relating to ttie recent traii.-acii.ins in Spain. Afti'i a few wordsfroni LordTkmple. Mr. \VjiiTnui;An gave notice, that on .Mon.lay iie\t he xmuld iiiake hia inoiion iei;iting lo .\nier:ean alf.iirs. A conversation foiUwed, in which Sir.l amp.s 11 a li., the CiiANCi:i.i.lt of tiie i;\ciM;Qui:.t, Air. Tidhnkv, Mr.' Po.NSONBV, .and Mr-\Viinniii;Aij, bore each of them a pari. It was ai;recd, t/.at on Fridai next Mr. t^o.NSu vi;v'3 motion should l-e niaile : that .Mr. >Viiiri:ui;\i)'s slnruid give place to the Anny .niiil .\avv IC-iioiaii'S oo Mo.nlay next, hilt that it shoaKl be biou^lii for.iard oa .'vjoiiii.i) ae'iuiigtil. Sir .(.AMES Hall ir.nved, tli.it all papers iu (he pojsi's-ion of Mrs. Clarke be exnuiliied ; but uitlidrew Itis nioiion on the CliA\iCi.!.oa of the ICmii i;:jc cii's >i:i(iin; it to be useless, and teailiug uiineccssarily 10 oDbirucL tlie uuitiieis of the House. CO.NVr.NTION OF CLNTRA. Lord IlENRV PEl'TV rose to call the atk-ti-lioa of the House Jo the late campaign in I'iiri.j-gal. ilu prcfaccil liis speech with a fciv aijpro. priatd obs�rvalions on the natore of the iiiiiniry ii� was about calling npon the House to participate in, together with some general remarks on the ill success ef our recent expeditions," which, ihotighhc tiitl not mean to uiitlcrvalnc the talents of those cihploywl in carrying them ioio ixtcution, he codld not refrain from censuring them as a wiltl nii.sapplicaliiin of military powir; which hatl Ueeii protJiictive of circiimstancts peciiliaily (listressiiit;, of evcnfs t!ie ni6-t calamiioii?. Jle liopeil tin; tiiscii.vsioiis which hail taken placr in the lioiiSf, on circumstances not whollv tt'iidjii-necteil wilh the present .Hiilijoct of ilisc^^ssuin, woiilil not be understood m precluding tlie necessity of. inaUiiiit the inquiry he proposed, into the circiimstaiices alteniliii!; the siroii^est event whicli liad taken p! ue during the last caniiiaign; he dawn of wiiich .ap|ieared so auspicious lo. the cause of l''iir.');;c, as to give rise to ideas tlie most liallering, the close of which had been fomul so pregnant with disasUr. Ill his opini'in, notinng liiut had yet passed could f.iirfy be stated, to render such an iuvesiigaiion umiecejisary. The tvhole allair, it was true, had already been agilalcd before what wiis called a C- the laws nf their country, in a regular court of jusi.ce; t.'ius foolishly endeavouring '.1 asc/rtain the truth by putting ijuistiiins (r- iim u, i� order to induce Ihem to crimiuale fheiHseiies. No nicasure could pos-si;#/ be hetu r calculated than this illeiial process, to defeat its'own end. Kis Lordship here lamented our valour had been shewn ia vain, iliat our triumphs had pr.ned unavailing. An insur-ergeaiit, .uid Milne, Maiicliesier; and iMessrs, | reclion broke but at Madrid in.iSlay, the i^oiiihern 1 Parry, Temple, London. ' . i i,ro�Inces shorHv after rose in iebeili.;n against a,le.yandThoina, Bailey, ll.nnwell Death,Mid- , 1,,^.;, j^^^j,^^ . ^^^j ,,,ir example wan Soon foi- lowed by the Northern provinces. It was not his design at present to speak at large on the circumstances attending their reirolt, but if their Existed any" pos-sibility of Spain's deriving as. sistance from u foreign power, no Government (jould possibly have bit-n more competent to afl'ord it than that of Ebgland was at that precise period, from a variety of advenUtious circum-stances. At that juncture tliere wece two ex-pedi^ons afready fitted out; one actually then in (he Mediterranean, having been sent out to take. Ceuta, which, on their anival in the Mcditerra. nean, (bey found themselves incapable of accom- I'.a.mmil VTS. Thoin.i* ifice, Stroud, (iloiietriij-liire, clothier, to surrender ISlarclrJS, al live, "2;), awl April-i.at eleven, at the Ivine's Arms lull,Stroud. .Altuniies, .Me.-Jsrs. .N i� 111:111 and Clarke, Stroud; and Mr. (!oii-ial)le, Syinoiiri's Inn � ili'iiry l.iu'J, Maia-h.-sler, de.-ilei' in ei.|ioo-iui.t,'denl-t and cliaioii.io. Alareli.fi, 7. and Aiiril 1, at three, at the New j Ji\rh.iiige-bniMiiii;s,Mane'ie'trr. Allornies,Messrs..Siiarpe, Ifi-ies, aii.l (.rule, Maii',-!iester; aiiJ ftte=srs. iMilne .'ind Parr. , 'rel)i;iif, l.ondsM. JcseiiliLiglia.ii, lire.it Lever, Laiir:ishirm;iii, Marra 9. 11) .ii.il .April 4, at one, at the .New l-.\cii:i:ig'-, M.iCiiliesler. .Mtornies, .Mes>-is. Ciioi�(!i; aiiil L;we,aoutliau;ploa-liiiildiMgs,Loii.!oh ; niiil .Mr.Cook, Salfoi-d. i John .Martdslay. O'-rri-kiik, Larcash'te. joiner, dealer and cli.)(iiiian, .Xai'ch 7. S, and .\pril 4. al eleven, at the Wlieal Sh.af, Orie^Kirk. .Aito; aipi,.\lr. Ul.-irktock.St. Mildred's t;ourf, i.o!idoii; and Mcjsii. \\ rigiit and Palmer, Ornis-kirk. John (ir'-gniy. ILiverhill, .SiilTolk, biker, d'-aler and clinM-� man, Feb. lliree. 'H, at leii. .ind .April 1. at Iwelv'e. at the lli-ll Inn. Ilaveiliill. Att-iniie-, Mr. Burleigh, llaN-tliorn-liall, JC-iCx ; and Air. Caitting, liarletl's-buildings, llolborn, l.oednn. Abrahani ILkImiI, Sheeriicss. linen-tlraper, dealeiriand chapman, Feb.''5, .March !, and April !, :it eleven, at (Jiiild-lu-ll, Londoii. Aliornie.-, Mc�i.-. lionrdilU'ii and Hewitt, Litile Friilay-ftreei. CharlesKnowlM!!, lirislol.laien-dr.iper, oe.-.ler and rhapmnn, Feb. March 4, and April I, a; 1 lev.'n, at Onildhat!, London. Atiorney, Mr. Syddall, .Udeisgaie-sireet, ~l.on- . don. Abraham Clarke. Newport, l^le of/Wight, tanner, dealer and chirjimaii, Feb. '25, .Mareli !,aiid .April l,ai iwelve,at ('uildiialL.Lomloii. Attoriiie^. .Me.->r3. (iatty aad iladdan, Aiigel-courf, 'J'hrngniorton-sirei-l, London. W illiani Hudson,'ivlanchesler, collon nianufasturer, dealer . iu:d thipman, Mai'ch li, S, and April I. at eleven, at the Is'ew l-.xchange Kuitdin-:^, .Manche>ti-r; Atloriiics, Mr. Jei'smi; and messrs. Cowper and Low, S'lulhanipton- buildiiigs. London. James I'hipps, St. John's-lane, CIcrkenwell, plumber and glazier, Feb. iij, March 4, and April 4, ai twelve, at Ciuildhall. Attorney, Mr. West, Charterhousu'street, Charterhonse-squarc. William CowfiU, .Manchester, stone-mason, builder, dealer and chnpniaii, March H, y, and April 1. at four, at the" l)og.T;ivern, l)e;i!i.'Bale, Alanchesier. Attornies, Messrs. Milne, Ser,-..... Milne .and Sus.aiiuah Bail dlesex, chanillers, deale's and chapmen, Feb. '25. March 11, and April 4. at ten, at tiuildlidlU Lnnd�ti. Attorney, Mr. Benton, Union street, Soulhtvark. DIVIDEMJS Apr;',^ . D. Brysiiii, Phillias's-row, New.road, Tottenham-couii, .Middlesex, statuary and stone-mason, at ten, at ti'uildhall. March 18. John Bridger, Jan. Mortlake, Surrey, tallow-chaiiiUer, at ten, at OuildhalL .April 8. II. G. Beetson, Gniy's-inn-square, Middlesex, money-scrJCeuer, at twelve, at GuildhalL March lli. M. Parry, Pontypool, iMonmoutbshire, shopkeeper, at eleven, atthe Ring's Dead liin, Gloucester. March I'J. J. Randell. Birmingham, cuttoii-manufacturer, at eleven, at the Swan Tavern, Templc-niw, Birmingban). . March 15. W. Chambers, Carlisle, draper, al eleven, at the Lion and F.anib Ino, Carlisle. April 25. J. Juhosun, Holbora-bill, linen-draper, at eleven, at Guildhall. March 15. T. IVilltams, Caerphilly, Glamorgnnshirp, �wool manufacturer, at eleven, atthe Angellao, Cardiff. March 21. J. Crosaley, Halifax, YorkAlre, .tod Kiog-  street. Lor  -n, merchant, at eleven, at Guildhall. June 3. A. tuan, Jklark-laoe, Londoa, oilman, at ten, at Guildhall. certificates-March 14. Rriodle, Le\land, Lancashire, biearber. 1 ?* , PP' t^haddertou, Laacnsbire, inauufacturer. i V' Loudon, nierchaot. ; J.Buraes, ijvc^ol, tajluratid draper. pushing, and there was a force, consisting of some 13 or 14,000 men, which Jiad been sent out to look for another expedition in the rjaltic. J^li these, had tliey been properly concentrated, would hate fortned a mass of force T�hich might probably at that crisis barn aflo'dcd Spain assistance the most effectual. Instead of adopting such a measure, afteC long wavertBg; it was detenaioed t.) tnike an attj^ck .en Lisbon, and Sir Arthur \Vel!esley;W.i3 cloien tp. Gy.niniand :ii that erpe..!!-' tioii. iiis Lordship hff;?niaie soma.obserfati'jits on the policy of sending, at,that period, a-miij-tary forcL^ to Pcrtug.il. Lisbon was oof pfj.tbat iijiiu/rtaiice which his M.i^(;.3'y.'> frub.'rat;' anyofhis otiier meiisutes. I3ut at lhaf period it was coiisi-d.-red as important, becaufe a French army and a Ilussi.in Ueet werecon'a.ned within its vicinity.- These objvcis were of sufficient imponant'r fo excite our attention,and e.iisliug circumstance at that time were considered by those v.ho were at leas': sanguine, as certain presasiej of our .success.' A . French army cut otffrom ev- ry conimmication with any other Freiieh force, in the m.d^t of a hoslila country, iniinediately adji'ining t" aoother hostile country theninarins,deprtved of al! res lurccs by sea and land,c(rery one must have thought, whatever may he the success of the Fretitrh arms in other iiarts, tint that army is at leas', secure; more tspecially, when thus situalcd, rhey were, obliged t) aiFord a triuinpli to liritish valour, whti coul.I dount but their career was at an end, and that their dual reduction would have been the etfticts of the jiro-.vcis of our army. His Lof^ have ai.'ar 20 r/jo, the numbers of the cavalry jf .'^ir John .Muvre amounted to but 700, aoil whi n General Stuart .sailed on the O-h of Atigtfsi, t?;e wii.:K; the cavalry eni|il.>ye.t did not e.x.reid 1500. l.i 1807, wiien no rd, proud of .stating to the Ij.'nse the fil! c(s indulging the wishes of ihc Escurial Conven.tion, as to the most advisable point of debarkation, which tiny thought would be in Gallicia. It was a{;parciit by the couu-try what the consequence of our landing in PoT-t'lgal has been. 'I'hree days afier the gallant General (Sir Arthur Wellcslt-y) had effected a landing in that country, our hopes were cheered by the victory of RoUeia. And if the ptiblic confidence were placed on a Commander who had so far conducted matters with credit to himself and henour to the arms of his country, where was fbe neces^ sity of setting another G^jneral 'over him ? And not only one Commander was scot to super�ede him,-but six snccessice pqes. He.would now, from the dispatches before the House, shew to  ;

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