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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 1, 1809, London, Middlesex                                .<-.V;.:.:-v;'.-V: ^^^^      ...  . Soad.stmU Corner of Brankr f^treei. ' IJIINft. ARTS,-Mr. KUWARD OllMK has TT-.te/'^fti NttiiiberoTliupavings from llic Kinn-iiril Col- jS^thtt is tttjjivp, in a Selection of Twelve �it' l/ie finist ef llir chnriicif rwlicxcdlencirs which distinguished ihc hot Vmki rtf T'liBii, Cwnacci, ltRini:uite, the two l�oussin S, Fi:n. 23. The House, in a t.imirailtee of Trivileijeij, was enensf-d forJiroii:-idiT.-i!)letiineonthe Claims ti> Ih.- lianhury IVer-sise.  Alnioji all the .hidjjes wire pr.>ent. . I'he l.oiiy CiiAXci:f.i.on, I.oraSr,\.N.-.ioi'J;. and tlie Duke of Noii- fuilcst" extent atlopted. Lon! FOIJCSTONK assured the Right. Hon. Gentleman, (tut lie had no iiiteuri'.n of fcirtlier piistpoiiins; the business, neiliier was any siicl\ in. loi.k, d.aivrredilieiropinions respecting.iheiiiiintiof Lut . tentlou CMlertaincd by his Jlonourablc Friund f .Mr that tvere hronshi ini� iiueslion, niid iev.r.il points were re- ! War'JI;^ ferredtolheJudij-s for their opinion.-I'he further con- | 'v,, , sideratim. of the t�ii5 was then i^efei red till l>ida> next, j     Mr. BIIAGGK B.VTHURST thought th^ call HOUSK OF COMMO^K. jlfpcodautupon {�i|diiUB ' com - todjwA. B. tteJfo.'d Oftafc.Ut>n.'ie.'t;uyfitt.�nnli-u. To'>RiNri:Rs. f�0 he DISPQ-Slilll OF, an cstaMlshcd and i %hly mpertaMe nkwspahkk, published in , tojeandpopulousCily.wllh n�W!neral rrimiiuj Husineasof ��)oy;ifa>itilorfroni2000/.lrtiJlH)0;. will find ihisn mi/.t 4 of tf'S House tquully unnecessary and iinnrxi^tr. Mr. P.MooBiTp'rt'fcnled a PeiUion fro^i the D.'hlor.i con- ; He shonJd think it (iuilc impossible thiit in sn short Sm-d In Covrntrv tiaol.  Ordered to lie "t: Hie table a period as eight days, it would have had any cliVct ,:V-^XT::Tr^^r^^^^ \     ^�-gf.K.pe,,len.en front .ho r^no.st l.orners ver.�(ion heiweenthe Lord .Jdvoraie of bcoiliuiil, ami Sir Of the Unilud Jvingdom, It would bc, nierply a Samuel Uoinily, it wjis ordered to he coinniit^pd on ihi. day j       j, y^^^^       f^,, j^,, "�^Mr^BAVKF-Snw-ed, that, in eon^rquence of thr .-Iw^T tendance of Menobers during the"whole of the In- ""^ .....i.-u.-.s-. j quiry^ there could be no doubt of.a fuiljittend- } ance pn thie'nTg6t of "discussion; anil a1thon frdiscjiarKed, flgreeiljg. He tUen nut ihf fdlloivini' resolutioi;^, xvUicn were also irarried :- ' ~>)0ya r:t]�CU III (IIHU �UUUf.       cnrw   ".......-------- ~ii.Hiiu:t3S''0'iSoj'P"''*'"'''y' Address hyjelter, \)t>M puid.ip  W.X. care of Messrs. ^Tajlor and Newton, Uarwickr Hiiiarf. l. IiaId Ivlat'es, where the pa'ties have �si>MiUi||; intcieit, mijl on which (|>y reason ofihe pres-Miic�f'lif f'fi'i?*) "i-oey cannot he obtained upon moriRage; /^^i'Klii.yeiOiipiireiiase will lilnewlie be given for AnnuiiirR all luiJiiyi.i'f* secured on the like properly, Ihc tiiterji*;! uf J.'snt) i" liie I-nnd.-, Churi^i I'rcferoient, .-rJ^Jar; iage Sctlle-pwis. wlieic tiie parlies have only a Life Iniicre.-I. >n ("t-'ifrni-elhcgrnnlHr  HI have (he pfiwerorrejIenHJijg.fiie fiiiiii', A]iply per-iiiially, mr by letter (post paid) lo .\lr. Jliaiil. Nil. 'iJi, VifthuuihfrJfwul-Hreel. Slnnd.. f~\sTANT MONii^Y; LOANS.-Some Genl^iil iMnof tint i-espeefetijiity and indepeniient Cnrtxnca, faWHfffonnft'a p�iv�te�tablishmeiit of nntioiial advantage, �|)le^oiliiity, Oiersy, I.,adie� of dirtiiiclii-n. and oiher I'er. Wpi pojjpieit of Iiie-Jines fiir Lite, -r otherwi-ie, arising from LmJ,,H<�isfs, iJividcnils of Mock, Mnriiaje Settle-nifiits, Church Prefeiment, cr other c(ficle.nl Pnioertv, may tsiw \|itlimU being sthject, as in the ordinary caVes, of cx-pimrc luiJ dcliiy, he aceiinnuoiinled wilSi "Money to nity tfTOunt, on tenirt nearly equal to inortpige. Letters, post addresiril to Hemrt. Cox suid Co. ATm\- Agents, 8, fTarwick-slreet, Charins-cruss: er penonal ajiplicutioj! frsm liliH^o'rtorli, will he duly sitlended to. (WEY.-Mwsia. LUCAS mJ Co. bc-g ieav^ (0 iflfnmi those tbst maj be in ira:u r.ml dcfirou^of "Djt H^porary or pcmtanefit sonw.of Mt).\ RY, tftat-aial|�ane�.jid�Mie�Bay swit from I SOi. lo 10 OCfl/. M ...............___, ConY.......,-------.--------- - Uiemoil?;vit andhunooraWc icrais. And Messrt. L-.ras pud Ct. pUflcc tttmstUeito ii.nn-act every negociatfn v -in t.n� �rfalcitpttnrtiiditv�nadii|atch, and not only thf...e uijiin-ti(lati!ebute�lra�ij[Rnloo(lextoflionatede!D.-iii(ls;!i!dc.'i*r?;es rtatireMinnllyniaiJcandMacftd lii money uejoti.Un iis wi!l be nrci;d in (i.-iieral, who are obliged lo wear eitlifr a Wrlih Wipor XiRht-Ciip, which from their un-Jiawlsnme or av\k"anl appearance, per.-.on.sare under the ue-rneoflhe llair Caps; and Judges and (Jeiitlemen of the Bar, who ron-laiitly attrnd the Circuitis, w ill diTive much be-ffitfrumtlinu. _' filM.ND LlTmCllY. TORE GIFl' of One 'Ihonsaod Who'e Tickets A  t!.T ftrst n.ny,number? as follow :- .S.aU to j 7,0.>1  to  7.1(11  10,501 lo lO.fiflO  TJill  1.)  i.tiOO i i�,j.U   If,  K.nllO   11,001 to U.UV.) . -jm to o.lOO-9.001   to  9,11)0   I'ijOl to 12,1)00 ..Mji t.l fi..�).. i " � .Mi^ua liTO (Jilt of Five Tjiiindred Whole Tipkels lo the first ilr;!�n!ihove lyf.iUe Sixmid Day, Numbers as fnllow : l:i.Wl     to     \%W \ l.'),tVl"   to     15.100 1131     i.i     M.iHiO ; lli,50l     to     lti,(iOO IT.OOJ.       to       17,10) Ttieahnv.-Tii'kefcimay gain the whole of the following f�i"tal ."flz^j ;_ '�........of......^.�ft.onOI   R......of.......A1.000 ;................ io,o!�; ii>................. m 2............ ...   5.000! fir. Sie. IJegii,': .Ai?HlL Ibe 12tb, ISOit. Ill rmiH-(iHeiice of the ulurve GiTls of i^aOJ Tickets, Ihere STi-mily lS..TiWforSale. 1 ifkrn and Sbves uie sellingJU .ill the Licensed Odices. Ojip Thnufai.d Fijfe Hundred State Lottery Tickets as a free � �'':ft in the presiKnt Lottery, which' begins drawing on _�>.nNF.su.\Y. t�thor Aiirll. ''piCIvS r.Sand .SIIAIIKS are now selling in tiie *- Si-cnid Slate Mleiv. Ihc Scheme consists of ^.000 iicketsoHly, with the aA.Iiti4�jM.l Fri-e Gift flf thcnresent '^ntitrjiciors of 1,000 "Whole Tic:^ets. fur the lir>t ilrawn �rue, either Wlmle or in Shares tiwt is drawn on the Kirt �.ay above in addi-.ion io tl�e Prize that it will oiher-fc he ehiitiPd to-lik.-wi-e.-)00 Tickets in like manner, f.ir put. . . .  � That John Annesley Shee. in consequence of his gross : nrevaric:itipn,'&c. j^e cbnmiitted to his Majesty*i> Gaol of : New rate. , " Thai the Keeper of the siid prison do, to-morrow, aod \ from time to lime during the t^rin of the naid John Annesley I iiiliee'�c�ufiiirtiieiil, bring him brfure the lUir of the House, I K order to awwei $ueh questions as the liousc may think iie-�' ce�aryto|M>tlohini." Mr. W. POI^Y-rt'se for leave to bring ij> a Bill enabling the Widows of OHic rs in bis M-yesty's ! for a Ga Navy to receiva their Pensions with greater f.ici- i it.could iity. " The Honourable Member in a clear and i,of Men: coocisc siatement denio/istraled the advantages of ' the present establishment for that purpose ; as to the fund being increased, he said it was now so rich as ihat|((u-y had purchased stock to the an)ount of 173,000/. in the Three per Cents, notwithstanding which, 3 considerable s^^iare of'trouMcand: ditliculiy arose, to the persons on the list, incons(>:.. qncnce nf the payments bt-iiig made in London only. If u wished th p'�se it a serious call, anu no doubt e.vpect that th f the pioceodiny.s of (hat day of the uttiU'St moment, wiiich wojifd,. at an early subscjucnt day, call for solemn d-ci-1 MOO, antl conseiiu.uutly rendvr necessary the fiiih st pos.niblc atteiiditnce of .Memfurs. Mr. BANMvfiS opposed the motion. He thought that a call of the House, on so short a notice, was unprecedented. It w.-is someihingso pn postcnuis, that when he heard of th� Noble LotJ's avowe;! intention, he thought it quite impossible that he could be seiiau>-. The attendance of the Hinise already upon this, subject had been remarkably full; they had divided more than a majority o!" the whole House, and he did not think that at the present season, and at so short a notice, there was any chance of a further attendance. Besides, he wonld ask was it a desirable thing that Members who had never heard a word of (he, evidence in this case, shonid be called on to decide-upoii the question, who perhaps would not arrive till the day before, and could not have (ime to read or consider the written evidence? There were many Members wfco did not wish to interfere on (his question. Was it desirable to bring such men from the remotest corners of Irclaid or Scot-land? And, besides, though the House had autho-ri'y to eaforco their attendance at a call oti that day, it had no authori(y af(erwards to prevent their going put again, or to foree (hem lo vote.- He was deciiledly o])p�sfd to the call, and should tak6 the sense of the House upon it. Sir JOHN NEWPORT said, that the Hon. Member who had all of a sudden shewn so much tenile>ne�s toAvards thcMcmbert from Ireland, and r luctance to inconvenience them, had asserted, that a call at so short a noti(;je wa9 unprecedesKe.l. He would beg leave to reler hjm to the .Tournals, so recently as the 11th of last February, where there was an order that "the Ho.usc be called over oi) the following day. Mr. B.VNKKS answered, (hat this was in (he \ case of a ballot for as E!ejt;tion Committee, w.tere the call was pending de die in diem. Lord FOLKSTONE instanced another case on the Journals, during the discussion of the Slave Trade in 1701, wh.ere there was a call of the House sit cighfgdays. The question tyas now piiton LordFor.KSTO.vE's motion, when the House divided, Ayes      - Voes 15 -Majaritv for the call 87. Air. MONTGO.VIER V moved for leave to liring that most important subject again under consi- j j, ^ j3jj,^ j,^ ^^.j^^. j,,i,s respecting The question, as the Noble Liird had , j mended ,-  ,---, "�v.^.�.->i.,imiunun i.o. i-r o.;j;. Coriihlll; Vli," '''.fcaailljrt ami at No. 21*9, Slnind j jnere Mo  �'�nr. vns �?ld in one Half, oneQuarier. one -'Rlith.anil twnSJxteeiUhj :^vl wh.reiiWewise the foUow-.',fj Two last Veaji' Lotteries were ip_6:Jl Sharess, naniejy- -�'�.A-.0, ew^Jed to 40.1X)0/, .-Mid the only Priae of that Amfljji ever Shared. 15.71.9 2Q,C22 ^ViihgOP/izexof 5,600/. and l,00flf. 677 ^20,001.1 20,00.i 18,783 #20.000 10,000 10,000 sundlyr-'h^irr500t. loot. &c. &c.; and vJs of LMIeries, amounting to np- deration.   The quest justly ob.served, was one of the utmost irnportance, and it was hii: own wish that in all its parts it should meet the most grave and solemn consideration before the fullest possible alicndanre of Alembers. He therefore abstained from any resis'auce to the j motion, feeling, as he did, that however nnnpcrssa-ry he might conceive it to be, yet any oppo.'itioi) to it on his part would be subject to anitsailver-sions npt of (he most liberal nalnre. . But in giv-ing.liis assent to (be motion, he trusted (hat the .question of tha.t day woidd not be further deJayed. The tnotipn mjglit have the effect of Eccuring the. at(cnd.ilir�.it bvariiig, he .v;*'-i,il to de? T-sii.ided that this was a matter wliich crtuld be easily explained. iMr. B.\ III GR-^T agreed porffCfly with what ! had fall'Mi from the Cilanck.li.o;i of the I-;.xC!ik-ijuKii. H there had been any vi,.Iaiioii of ilie pri-vilegis of that House, (he coaim'in eoiirsc was, (hat compliints of breach of privileire took precv-denceuf all other discussions. When the consideration and rank of rhe party accused Were (alien info the .Tccounl, he though', howewr, a gnat deal of latitude and iii.iuljjencc should iu- alfowed. F. r these rea.s ;�s, as well as those i\ -lich hid b-eo Stat d by the ChaiiceTor of thi; !",\i:iieqi!cr : --- The sVl-lAlvKii (ierein'er*-r\(. ^-.nd-fiifed. '.h.it it was contrary to the ua.!^e rhc {t.iws'j '.o en-ier into any discusstoi! on ti.iyei.* '{'it.'rc was, peviupi, �:ime little irrej-iila:i.y it !".'!.�': i.i-; > ! n  -. .' � ..^ wlncii govern;'^! the dra^v^... k . i.i i ^ ..i . t. \ \ duties .on s p.ii ii5-.'vajOtied {ruiu (iniit i^i'.!;.! .im! : Ireian;', and tu lep-Tt fhccoii; .en received.; but he could not say whether it had been ratjiietj or not. The second question was one of greater delicacy^ and even if the fact wcreso, perhaps it might not- be proper to answer it; but he.could declare, that he did i�ot j know that any such circumstance had taken plaoe, J The House went iut".a Coininitlee on ihw Corn Prohibition Bill; sever*! new clauses wore introduced, and Bgried to. The House rcsumetl, (he Bill was read, and agjeed .to, and ordered fur a third reading to� morrow. Mr. WHARTON bronght �p the Report of the Committee of Supply ; the scvctal Rvsolulioos were then read agreed to. Mr. C.VN.MXG was extremely sorry that^te did nf)l observe an Jion. Gentleman ((hc-K,nlg^ of Kerry) in his place.  He would, ho i\aver, then, as the Ilon.se was, observe, that juch a subject,a.s �, thai .^'ttich the Hon. Gent, touched.on dijrlng^ I former debate, was not n^e wtiich should by any ! .means be lighdy treated.   He nicantjthe relatioij ' of tliis eauafry with Sicily. SucJi a rcpre.sentatioa [wus i.ot  coj-.fiued to the iluuse,  it had gono j abroad, and could not fail of producing the worst I effjfts.   Ji was apparent -to what account iho eueujy of all Europe has turned any jealoti-sirs or d.ifisi.in5 which may have arisen between (he d:ff:TCBt Stale's.  jHe fouui, however^ inform the Howsc, that the mo7t eonial aniity subsisted between this ciinntry and .SicilJL   W'^dt stronger proof of her con.ftdence can be rjeqnireti than that in case of emtergency,�she has jdetermined to place her aumeroui troops under the British Cominander ' Such a'coontryshotiid not run dc
                            

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