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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 16, 1809, London, Middlesex                                3 iVxV V rilURSDAY,   M.411CH 16, 1809. Price Qo yiOTUA=LL5>:G-OKFlCK, ftlarcli 8,18(9. LMPEIHAL F All LI A M " .-'I'. -__,_ .. be sabjecl lo a titiminty nf tiiclve mnn lii ; to lit (lelicererl I FNEVOLi^NT SOCIETY of ST. P.ATRlCK. ' i" Uf- ^ace   . G. PrindeisniM, Lsq.     ! J-ce 1 i..r,.ton, i-.s(l. ^sfSbTorder;    llV.SRY AVATtERS, Secretary, � No. 7, l'Iiili)iit-l;ni'. DInner'on the Tabic at Hatf-past Five o'( I'.cU.^  _ To l!ie Worthy nni Inilenerulent I'.MiCTOKS of (lie Borougli uf K1        LV.N N. THE hwnour joii hsve th's flay confi-rrct] uporl my lirotiu-r, by pleilii'S liini joiif [leiinseiitaiivf, will bereffivt-il.hy r�try JJmiicIi of his I-'aniily �liie ivarmcst seiitimrnts of gnititude : and whije I lie-:; Irave, in ihc ii.une of Uird \\alv iui regard, 1 am alsoanxi.ons tOJickiiiiwIe(!ge tlie iiiilujgencc 1 have my- '.  ijflf becft hiir.nurcilwtth, and lu assiirc yi.iti, thnt 1 shall al- | f wayscoibider my intr^xiucliiii? to the Town of l^yiai ^illiuug^t ' (he most flatlerihgcirtumsliiiiccs of niy life.      , 1 Iiav? the honour to lie, (ientlcmpii, most resp-.ciriilly, Your oblifji'd and very luiaihle ^crvm.t, Lynn, Warcbg, JSOt).. JOHN \VAl.,IH)IiK. Nlf"^lUNDliED THOUSAND i'OUNl)S and upwarHs, may be gained by a Single Ticket;- aUarci in proportion. S9 that .-i Siiiglc Sixteenth may *aii) T.OJO.'. in the  oa al'tir-waiii?05 demanded-N. H. Tiie Or^iiving will commcuec on the i^ihot.Vert .Month, ST^ON"D .STATi-; LOTTE\i\'Jar i.SG??, c.n. HSlhi^ofoulv'iO.O.'WTicki-ls b.-sinj niacin;: the I'JiU nf April, 1SC:1:^'TICKKTS and SIJAIiliS ale Mlla-i; by UMAliO, Bt'UA'K, and CO.. Slock Broker-, at iheif vSt ite Lnttsa-y Qpce^ No. 93, under the Koy.-f) Evchai-':-, ji'nd no where che in LiHidiiii on (heir .iccotinf. Jilt: MiijeUi/i Hctii'tlling Storm i7< Deptford, I'ortsirtoulh anil IMyiiiouth ; am! to be iiilid fur by liUls, jinudl'h Kil/i /nlTieii itinr/t/tloijsnfler (itile. . � T/ii Cuni^iliuiii of the Conliacl, inaij be seen al ilie Secre-Irrfs � So regnid iciH hi- had to any Tender in ahirh the Price sha'i not be iiiserle.i /sijwiv.'k at leagHt, or Ihnl slmtl not he dfUoere'd to the lioivd liefuie One u'cluck on the said I'ri'd.av, l/ie llt/i hisfaiU, nor unieis the pttrs'in ic/io makes the U'en-i.'er^ ur some permn on his behalf, atlentts, to amver tcAen cnllrri for. ,   , ^U?J ifALLl^G 01 ! lL.t, Jiareli la, iblyT" IIIE iJommissioHers J'or f^iciiiiziiin^ IJt's Ma. jcity's N.nvy do herebi/ f;ive ii.oliee, thjii on 'I'ues-day, Ihe 2IS j{� ;TmKTY-TQ.VS of COCOA, freeofCltslom^ and K.\("iii;lJuties; and o.VK nu>u:s\NO QUAUTi:iiS f new Pali;, awd I'lVi; IIUNOKICD ytJAin'KRS of NJiW Ct-OSK-JJiai;0 A.MlMill .MALT; to be defiotred one halrilienof in ft fiirtnigh', and J he other hii'fin a fortniglU aftericttrds, into Hit luHJe^ly's f'tciualling Slora nl Deptfrtrd; and lu i-e paid for by liitli paynl/le ti-ilh Jnttreit, ni-i:ety dnyi njicr dale. The Conditions of the Contract maij tie >een at the itcr-e. tar-i'i Ol.'ire. S. 5{. "S.-inipIe? rif the C.TKa.=sarfd Cocoa are to be produced �ith ilie Ten Ici-s. , An ri^ard Kill tie had to any Tender in vehich Ike Pi ice shall nut beinsrrteil in tcords at len^tU^ or that ilinU nul be deUvr.rt'd to tJ:e Hoard on or lufor'. One o'C'oel: i>n the ��/(/Tuesday, llir '2\sl instant, nor unless the Person who niakis the. lender, or some I'erson on his behalf^ attends, to ansiser tch^n catted for r VICTUALLING OFFlCh, iJlurch 7, IbJft. IIIE Commissioners for f^icCnulling His Ma- .ierty's   Nary do  hereJiO give  Nutir�, that vu Taos- day, thCn^ e^h^t instant, Iheytiill he riadu to receive '/'t-nilers in arilim (staled up), nnd treat /W TWO IJUNOllMI) TO.NSo'f Ccmiine O ATMIiAL ;  -.'ent CorT>.mdni!or in C'liif cannot with safety retain iituation. 11 \Tr.s dilVicult to say, wheth*^r lie was giiilfy of per-ona! corruplioD, although (hose \7ho entirily believed the evi;Ifficc orf th n.- i At the sdme time aprhilege was to be allowed to ' his Majisiy, in case �f any menace of danger (o I the country, to direct that the b.illot might pro- ! ceed without delay. In vl;e interim, he should ; propose that an advance be made of about two guf- ; neas per man, towards theexpences of cunyins; on the recruiting service. He had no doubt tiiat a ' Considerable number of men m'ght beraiitd ir, (liis way, aild he hoped in a niaorer satisfactory to t^ie ' Country, as tln-re uja no pressing nccessHv at prft-se.it to expedite the raising of the public force, and j as the mode wouM be less onerous (o individuals. I jr.- by no me ins, however, wished to have it iiiu!f?r- I s'bod that the princip^ of bjllot was to be laid j aside, aldiougli he coiuclved it was desirable not j to rfsort to it without urgent necessity. After some short observations, scare ly audible, from Jjord Tk.�pli:, Lord Mii-ton", Mr. >u.\w Lc- vhrn railed for. jMfrtdrawn Pr�2c a'----   -    ..... tnlillcd to Five IJnndiTd W hole Tipkcts. Shares ta Propor-?ion. TheseTickefiwill be drpisitednt (be iJ.vik prc-vmin tothcDirawinp, aniV delivered (o the fort'.!na(e Proprietors Stlhcdoaet.ereut.,       _   duly .answrred, nnd Sehtmc   | p,tiri Jvr'Uy hills payalile,nithlntereit. iiioity days afer date. �    �  �se- I      The I ondittons of the Contract, mJy be seen at i/ic Hccri-tary's Ol/ice. No rigard trill be had to any 'Tender i'i tehich ihe prici VICTVALLr>G-OKtICli, March li, .buii ^IpIfE L'oinmissionerifor f^itAialling His M::j:'.' _fi. tys Nary i-'o hcre'iy give jV�tire, thai on Tuesi>i\, the*iStIt instant, they leill ie ready to rereire Terriers tn ixrit-ini;. (seaUfl up) and treat fur tclial ASll, T/lUiS, and WJUTJ: tfOOi�S. not nailed, of llip undeniienliilued ile-'rrlfiion, viz.-liUTr.HOtiSllKAU. BAItltl-.L, KiL-Dl.ltKl.N, an-l WHITt; ASH, (S-mpUs tvheruf arc to be prtidared icilh the Tender.-'), may bt demanded for the strvire af this D p'irlmtnl, during; the .�ct, Dur-horsw, with lofts. &c. and an enclosed paved jnrd. ''" May lie.viewed an-* time previous to the sale. -Pnnled land; Wilt--, Worcester,and York. O.ATS.-To His Majesty's Cavalry in Cantonments, and Qimrlefs in the undermentioned (bounties and Ul.tr.ils- AHslesea. Bedford, Berks, IWwick, Biecon, Bucks, Camr. Particulars may be li^.id at the plaCe of .�ale 5 of ftjr. Smith, Wimlsiir; snd at his hotfse, N't). 9, New Broad street. iiondon. T-^l-UABLE TOPilGRAPlUCAL nrd HISTORICAL f50.0KS.-^To be StJLD hy ACCTIO.N, by Mr. DOOD, al his Room, KM, St. Martins lane, on MoypAY, Marib �-H), andfen fol'.i)Mn}rda>s, (Sunday and ceptedi,. at i1 o'rlotk each day, THEcajiMlElliRAllY of BOOKS,-calnndT i)05ra jhira!, the property of WM lilAS, K?q. if ^'"Orfo k, aiii.n:i; taem are the Cliri .Arnold, t"axton sex. Mint. Glamorgan, Gloster, Hants, Hen-ford, Hertford, Ui^ils, 1-le of Wisht, Keiii, Ijincuster, Leicester, Lincoln, Ali-^riime.th, Middb-sex, Monmouth, Moiitgbmerv, Norfolk, jNorih-iiiipton, .N'ortliiiinberlaiid, Nottiiu^haiii, Ox-^irdj Pembroke, Radnor,flBtland, S.ilop, Somerset, Stall'ord Suffolk, S-rrey, Susi-ei, WarMick, Wi.&tiiioreliuul, Willi,* Willcester, and York. FORAG'K, viz.-Oals, Hay, and .s^traw, (o His Majpst,'� Cavalry in Barracks in the uiidiTOR-wtioncd Ci.'.i.ilirs in r^iading on .Monday next. j ARCiiiiisiior oF:TrA.^r. i Previous totheO'der of the l)jy Ix'ing read f )r i rtsuming Ihe consider-ition of the charges s:;diiist ^ the i)uke of York, Mr. Wihtdiieah rus-, for the ' purpose of noliciM!�a jiart of his speech whiih had , b en extremely miue;!r(sc''it d in seine of thi- j public papers, lie took this occasion of iIo);i^ sri, as he perreivcd a frhnd of (he Noble Pr.ri,!')- , ('he Aichbishi'j) of T'lam) wh'i wa^ (liesal.iji'et of ! lh.it misreiiresiijlati'jn, i-ppoi^ite to him. Altho' it was not hii(Mr. \Vhilhr<-ad's) infeM^on to irnUe a fornjal complaint against the Ntwr-papirs iuquis- i (ion, he wished, for (he satisfaction of (he feci- � ings of ih6 ftiend.s of that N'diU- Ptcbte, and in i ju-tice to the Nohlc i^rvlafi-, to explain (hat he ! (.\Ir. \V.) hid not (vcr staled that iln- leif.r from ! thi- Archbi-hop ofTmm, nliiice to Dr. O'.V'eara, ; had come into Mrs, (Jlailu-'- p ississioii otherwise ' than fr eriisal of the ielter, it was siilTieienlly manifest (hat it was merely (h.-resnlt of an inquiry into the character of Dr. CMoar.!, made by that .\(il)!e Prelate at ! the d.-ire of Dr. Q'.\Ieir:i, to whom (he letter was tiiidressi'd, .md that in fact, it sjiolie a justificalion of itself. Sir GEORGE UUA., in observation, ros.- (o state, he fell much gratili- il l-.y the ro ubtct of the Hon. Member (Mr. Whitbre.id) ; his speech had certainly, in the particulars mentLotu-d by him, b^ca much misrepresented, it could not but afford much gra(ifica;ion to (ho Xohle {'relate and his friends, (hat Ihe correcdon of (his nusr;jjre-sentatioii should ha�e fl jwud voluntarily from the good feelings of the Hon. M.nii>er himself (.VIr. Whitbread), than have proci course whicli such n-.i>^re]ircse warranted the Noble Pn-iitc's fii.-i.ds in pursuing. CALL Of- THK IIOUSF.. -Lord FOLKSI'O.VE n.>w moved, that (he Order of (he D.1V  be  read,-  for calling' over the it than many persons who had spoken on this sub. ject.   The >yoble Lord mentioned one instance in particular, in  which (he evidence of .Mrs. (.'larke was not only confirmed by Mr. Dowlerj but by a Right tlon. .Member of that House (.Mr. Long). He had hear J of a ncciurnal cuuspiracy j would l!ic authors of (his charge go so far as to S.ny that (hat Right Hon. Gentleman was one of the con* spira(or5 ?   As to the cJiarge of corruption in the (/Oinmander in Chief, the only case in w^.ich there was a direct proof of this, was (hat of Ketinet. This was ilie strongest case : here was a niin of in-f iinotis  characler, A bankrii[)t, prop'ising to (he Duke of Y"oik, through tlie midium of Col. Taylor, a loan to any extent, in (he event of hisgain-iiig a place by that racins.   The Kolde Lord con-(rdsled the conduct uf the D'tke of York on th'ii occasion with that of the Duke of PonUnd, on a fecent occasion.   The one resents the iiifainotis conduct of (he applicmt (fjeasly), spums t!ie wre'cli who cutild think so me.miy of him fn.m his door, and gives up iii-- nanv tc (he Bishop 'if Ljntlt.>n, lis J.:o;'tS-'l".    The oilier refers lo Mr. (i.'-eenvvoi.d a;ii! (jther-,       suir-rs a pcgori.itio'.i, ^�h'c!i (lie  iSol)!'.- L-.t(1 con Id call by no niildcr na.ne than brilier}". to go on from Juac till No-vc:'i-:bcr.   Jf this was not a dircCI proof of a cor. r'jj>t nie.d   in  I'.is  RojmI  Hi^lni'ss, (he NoLde Lor.! knew not what further proof could he acquired.    I!;it it Di'ght l-c sail (his case did not C'ouf wil':in (he order Id the ComrTiittee; and cer-tiliily upon   t.'-i; grotnui ir miglit be cofllerdfd tiia'. no corniprion in the C^.-rrimander in Chief had been proved.    H'Jt in serera! case--, which arerotc-niiible by the Committie, in (he cases of Frencli add Sindon, the Noble Lord thoi:^h( himself cnii-ik'u to carry alor.jr with him (liis e\idet!ce of a corrupt mmd.   There was no r.asonablf doiiht, from the con'inuaticc of the levy cf Col. French, w!to apprarid in no b. Iter light than that of acrimp for t)ie araiy, lii'V'^nJ the lime sfipBlati-d in Ms Ictfer of seivice; and 'nm o'h'^r circiimstanres, that the le- Kepl for UirM.ajV"^^^^^^^ the islands of Guernsey, : (pifstion ; and he fhnidd then I)c> ahlj if>!';'.l.e Jersey, and Aldiruiy. ,    '� how far it would be .1 ivisi'ahle to a !joure. (he Cili T'i^t.lhcdeli..rics are lornmmrnce on and^^^^^ | ^^l,':;;^^';^^^^ .ii,antday. After a few words from Ccn. (;.\-coTGMr,  c  were e.xpn ssioiis that were J).irticul.w iv danijiTous, inasimich as they teii(fet( to Con\i /�: il;.; army info a deliberaiive body.    The ??oL!i' L:.rd rei;f.tted, that (he House had not come iii( >  ' � propor-i'ioa, that the priseUt Jnquiry should fiiv been made by a Parliaimii ary Co.iiiiiis.vhat to bclii've*atid w !;nt not to beli'jVi-. Not a;,>pr ivimf very much of eiliur o( the Ad.lrcbs.-s which had been prop..-fd.the ."i">;b!e Lord did n't iolend (o burthen the Hvusc will) any no �- m iiion, kut .-hould content him-seT expn-sing his own opiinon (hat nc t.'ier the AdJress nor Risolinion should b;; ma�le,hu( that ihe whole evi:!en;e should sfini ly bei.iid before i he-Kin^. At the same time the .Vofdi; Lord had ni> diiynu'ty in expressing that which h6 f�;t iijjoii his mind, mmdy, that the Ccmiiunder ih Chief must haveii.i -a�itiOits which had The ol'jeclion lo this mcastire of thtj^ snnkeii on this subject, stilliess from (he doctrine � come on'.    1 ofthc Learned .Tudge (Mr Burtob) who spoke on ; Noble Lord's wou.d h.-, that it cast the whole re- the first night of the debate; adoclrire which bore on ifs.facu the absurdily, that because a wi!ne5-> hail in sojne instances contradicted herself, (hi re. fore her whole evidence should be s\vept a"-ay. If this principle were acted up to, the tislimony of almost every witness who had been fcrouoht to their .Bar woidd be impeachable. Lt exd-mining eTidencu uf.thc nature of that before the House, it wj�9 necessary to attend (o slight cir-cumstantKS, which often confirmed the trstimnny of a. witT��33 e7'�i* more than m apparent v-.-- sponsihili'.y upon (he King-' But if the House ad-diesscd t.'ie Jimg, it would be thfe .�!3me, for ihu Duke's .Ii>tni5=al mt,st go through the King. The Nob:c Ltird's pl.t", hethoiighfj thc-iporc delleaic one : but as he could not flatter bimn^li that ht should fit.d many to aiirec with b'ni, he sHoiild ijl*. jlan from putmg it in any shape to theHouie.- la (he consideration of the ])resertt qucstiun^ (hi; Noble Lord hoped the House xvotild ftot be delef-nd eithrr by threats from without door�, to make '.'H-.iW.A'jm'u'i, or by threa'sfft,m within/to-niakc   

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