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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 22, 1809, London, Middlesex                                JVEDNESDJY,   MARCH 22, 1809. Price 00 a' RKFl-OK EOri Tin; nK-STITirrr. _ l Tp.\R.rNHR Wanfcd.-Wantid Tor a lucraJire '.^^ATijrj.VDAV'nt'X 'he I'.iritli Cliurrh of Si. ' tive, wiiu ciui cohhii.ukI a tew ThouiamI Pouii.ls.   Ainilif;:- ..tU.-Marcvr, .S....!l.�-"rU ; inat i'l^iae Mornii-K by lio-. l.y l.ner im-et-.t:i!.!ij MF-CTrNG of AFamily tif re>p:ctabiliiy, anil g-u�oe! socit'fy, tn aci'uiiiiiinj ite o:ip "f two Cii'uili-n'ipii, ora fifn-; tU-iiianaiul hii VViti-, win MOAIlDauil U)l)(aNn..at Fi?*,'^x~Si>'ri\    ::   ...   . .     .-1 . ir,;. rt' iil.i.ie iiiiijifa-iiioualile liml niry >liveui at tlie S\>jr piid t.f ' liie Tou lu and ir.-atmiiil libeial. Aiipliratimis nr- rl'lpit-sfd 111 lie iiiaili-, or lettiTJ adUrcijC t (po-t |>aiil)(o A. V. Bootir= I i-.tuiauii!; i.ibrarj. lJHKl-^lr. oje'ofcarryi�ff ibi' Rtsrtluluiii iiiio iit.ci.   Ami     JL bui I.or.l L1 VKIll'Ot)!, pr.->!"nt''cl crfatn pap'^-s'p'irj'i-i-l "> an aiWri-Ss of the Jlou.-c of ISJlti ult;-U:^cu to i;c  pp-i*�l llu-c'lniiailial i.f ttir ym-C'der^ Water Bill, on lliegroandi ofita lieiux against ;l:c of ilie p iiltory riir.viT=alinii r.'!lii  Sir Oswald MniCl.V, Mr. U. iir.u w.-, ai:d >m..i'; ll iitu Uid nut talic jilaci.', bet loat the ivj< le viaj ptxat- poiiysi.' ,     �     - iMr. .Ion SsTbsE laid before tli - lloiic, tlie nrronnts of rom inipi>rtid from lolam' within ilie Vii-.l ^ear, whicii \vcrc oidereU Hi lie onllie table. RKi'OUT Of .VAVAf- UL\ IStO.V. Mr. WKLi.KSLKY PJI.1-:  l.r.n^L-ht ^i!fh\ve^�DUo"fm^!ty^'^^^ MAKIIKS.-To be i)isi'osi;� i uf reriicct to be Jiaid to his Mtmorv, bv lus IVllo-.v- ' and re?piTiab!e I ..iie.ra in lUe ulj.ive Jx.   .MAKllKS.- To be i)isi'osi;jj or. a iiio^t Taluable ijove Line of l!uviiie.->i'�, .- .   ��-..........I-.....-- .   -.........,.,i'irtiini(v f.irilv |)nj.-iit< Suh.ciii)tioiis thAv aVli S l.!evlird; utIiiOilices of everv -d on ?.Iiiuut Fpfiraiiii, n .0J'. in siiiiib of llWf. tirj,000/. on apf.rnved real or pi itoiial Keur ly.. l'  ii..,iri!i  iiiiiorluii;fv �>f re-.iaviiiK llie iirinripal ri! Itie I A.i.Nb.^t-. ''l^;\\'j"|r.,.,,,,,,,c.  o ;m-:.Uc iti'Wi atleialed lo fp.in. Ill till J �,VIoir        ^"^"-l-"'. J-^'"-. �'K�cte*(t;r:iti5) as liercloroir f .vvd5. .     :  �    � liuurance on F-vinW^C "^torV, at C'. 'id. p-r cre.f.     ci,y- in-r!ie Suiii'io lie iii-|iiVd no the diiiVreilt ai-rti lit (Train V or..... ..... / Is M'ner cent mil v on ihe-.u'l'de Sieck o: .Tnv one larin, j j      of iMere.-iiiiile Cuuneelinn-. as in tins li.'ip be \\ I'.l haw ^ KilhS^Ua-cCbW. HOiiliKT SlCKLfON, S.--c. '*tianJ and CVirtiliiil tliccotiveliifflcv ditinn'ii srtilrdafu-riiie nfi^Vffal -- ..-......_________ ,    .   ....   . : ��inh�f.c-'stJvo5iihjecUof cncerii In liie t''iroiic,.'_ijiO>!�Ja''C :r.iiiiiin .Aii' uiiii'v- \?yANTi:i) a respt'ciablp, sober, active iMan, V ? as Sori:HiXTi:\;;i.\  bo'e-� d know- ]{� ciincliKleil, niofriiig aS a r.-s-ilnlioii, Ih.il iliat Iloff^e-wcru of ()[iiai(jii, ifial tuitiicr i f ibc ]il,ins fubmitted lotlifni by the Ccniiiiissionfrs f-.r Naval Revisiijn wen; likely to be proiliiLiive .if aay .jthi-r cfTeclS tHaii were ii� llieiiHelvci l!ic iuom bentfi-cial, but- tlic,(.iouiinittic werv': aiiii.'eheiisive, iMat unless ineti wtire helfi ted wlmsc fi.niu'r s.i vices had recomaicnded t'lc.;; to riotice, men of ajiproVcd falculSj mireiiiittiti!; as'^uluify, ilnd I -iig expeiience, (hose aifvanla:{es vvliicri in gfit othfi wl^. bj c\i eel-tiJ (o jreMilt from iliein would be hit to iliO j i:!).i;'. Mfi Ward said, lic ihuught no tnaa, at all Cohfer>a:it wicli |)i!blic buiiieis, c .?;;re  >ine of ti.eir arra'v^^t.nie.-t!!, iii lii^ iijiii.ioii lie woiili! have dune licMtT in li.iic c jnie for^varii, cp nly, and |i.iri'icl (iii; in wiiat in-s'atices he flfiiicbf tlfir enii.liict ci .'.Mir^-.ble. As, from soitii- 0'' hi', ob^i rv.iiin.is, it a;);ie:ir. �:! ilic m ii!c of vicltialiing ibe .N'avy give Kiai (.i.'i'Ti; e, li;.' viisb. eii to k:n)W if hi; ii.td any groiiadi fur icnsuring ers fur Naval Revision; hctva? appointed .\ tJ-�gust 1807, and the'report' of fhq'^ifhiinitffR tlid nut reach the Adniiralty liH >cpf; ISOS'; he hatf, therefore, it wa< obviouSj been appolnfeJ i% (he regular y?ay. He then proceeded lo speak"of the circumstance'of Colonel Welch being an officer la the army, wben^     - '   ' Mr. \VIirn3RRAD .^poUe to order: The Tlotf. : GentJemau was not refirriii?; ro any thing that pass-; ed in that" disc'u^sion,^ rind it \ra9 rather tbo mifcfr to go back lo reply to what had passeil three wcckJ ag<,.        �     K �'�[:�, ^   ^ Mr. WARD brieSy replied, and weot otJ tt� say, that as .h'j thought the HoncuraW& fiarotieC meant to impute blame to the Admirdftyj .He coii. I reived he had arijjifit to know oti what hcgi'ound- cd his- ceastitfc.   Htfjtheii Spoke alf the Dtoflriehr f ot appoiutjDg -wamtry -xmeiir'W^m^Wm^^'^'' Cmmitteo. Frbni tlic diHirent thtnIC"? of' vjclii-a'lihg the army and riai^v, and fioai t^e circiiro. s'anjc of a dlllerencc beiafwajS made bctvveea the ratio.s for tr.jops embirktd for fofcigasdrviccy und tliost of seainin, he stated agjsin and ag .n, in his ojiiiiion, i^ wai picjjrr to liavean arnjy ctito-uii-isiotier at li.e Boirtl. He then adverted to^lfti merits of those ap[)oIi:!ed ; .^jiokc of the respecfa-biliiy of their fafniUes, itc. ahd concluded by s a'ing, that the lion. LJjronet bid not givt-H'ono siiii^lo reason, nor even (he shadow of a reason, for censuring the Hoard of Adiniially. He \* tly, in mutft hs no evidence hati b.'.en � aditnCcil to prove its {^rtan^C-iii.'i-,t.s were Mu-h as to merit that degree of obloquy be \v!.u!d cast on ikcm. .  Mr. .MAilTLVwas not alJ satisfied by the Hon. Gentleinan's speech.   The first step \Th'ch ouijht to have been lakin in order lo jiislify their measures, siiould have bevn one to ;t6vc that they were necessary.   He iiad seme slight knowtl'ilg.? of (he p-rson who had iiecn disi.iiss'd 'on account oi' his years, and he hardly knew a nrttn K-s a?eci-in boiiy or mind by age.   It u iglit apjiear St' -guUr, but it was a fac, (hat t'be pirscn app-jinfej tii succeed hitil was Cunsideralily his senior.   Tie Hon. iVi.niber iJien .�pi)lie of the rcmnvjl of M'. Builgc and tjiit of Mr. Mood_v, wha was oce .f (he best accoinr.tauts that they ever had.   Tbiy did out hear any thing of resignations, it shouid tlicrifore . T ju-'-tified the fe:Oavals than I'c ajp i'eient; but iilce a ii(tiat!On, bat Idlieily ihc law   w'^ich  {)r.jhibifed avcrvtteneuciat aUvuiitoRc.is.Sec*r�.r 4-.,i�e pari -s uo.^,s . -    af,,e,aiJ, this IJia day of .torfU, ISMS.                        i jsflchJLeases, by in^irpt. ercs i : ,,.,.ivp cnnrern, vvnh the advantage of a lar^e capit.-if,- tlii'V ^ ior t"an)Uipii.> ; were emblcd forsnnalelv m make ii very considt ruble |iur- - Persons holdihs-emplnjnicnts in public otTirps, depending ^.^.^.^ j,, (n, f|,e t,raier .Sale), wliich they pledge them- j �itlier on theJJvci of theinselVes or of othe^. may, l>y ihe^ ; jgiv�t,se]l al the ori:;iii.al prices, ul.til tiie whole of iuJi I jnodes ndoptcdin-thij Odi^e, bcitciircd fioni Ipsj in c.i.=eor    �;t,,b    cinMUi.ird. 1 tbi- death.of,the party 011 whoiej.ife tl�c same ,may fee belt'.   , " Colfee, fie,h roasted daily, at 2.-., 'i. 2J., and very fine at ; Aay peVdnh not. pJSSPSsed of a�i iiidepcitdnt propeiiy 1 3^ ,^j,^rjy ..,;ual in flavour 10Tui!^^^^. | before, marriage, niay; Uy iiMnrioi; bi^s Lite, be enabled to , "'f hey are al^o t.irge. holders of ilaw and Kotiiied Sugar?, ; wake such stitlement on liis inlemled >vifc, as shall be deem- ; ,i,icU were piircha-.edprevii.ns to tlie advance, and arc um* ; lJ.ir.Miet state uny ohjerlions ro t;;;i-e a;j,>.i".i-nien's? lie wishe.! tlie Hnnoit-.'il-.ie i\iei3i'..er ivou.'u di=c;ir(l all aii'lii:^;ii'y., Cimc f.'rw.irtl ope.i-take his h:i;id'froiti his nim'th,"' ai-d decirfTC (iisdnclly where tli" If he v, is-he.! to do justice to the present I5;.;r.l of .\;!i!iirai y, i.e would have gone deeper into Ihc >u',"foc'. aiul I'-t:. clai;eil what ought to htve !iJi';i Hone.    J'iie Hun. those persons uh.j h :d bctn ii;i|ioirit in'. eil were a.tiuir.ibly adipted lo the r respective siln-alioiis than the il.ju. Gerulemari (.Mr. \V.iri!).   If any ohjec tun wu.s staileil aj.'.aii.st iVIr. IJoscawen, b.caii-.e he was a f.awy< r, lie (.Mr. W.) wa-J rc/.dy to dcm.Ji strat t a' a La�vyer liuiy outjbt to fill 1 hat S!fiiati',n.    if an o'ljection was ruisci! again.sl Co'. Vi'clch, because he had been an Cfiicer in the service of 'he Kus; I ;dii Company, he would'as-i:r<�3 ih.m, of all t!ie nivii in il e w�:-.\i, ,Kcsias�rawiii;;'-'!li �^p:�lI, JSofr. '4�Mor;fitai�.iii tea.ie;:uikyWjl        jirevniteil, and ar- ' :^T|'7JE Thonsatid  Whole 'I irlcets  for the fir.ef ^jageinesis^iadJc ill eoitjciiuetice etJiiali) bencBclal to debtijt �� Draw n Kr zc above Lit- and" five Htindred Wlode ai^creawor.       �        .-    'W.  jirkets for t^ie (ir-t Urawn Prize above loi. on the t^ecoiid �^ny��rsoiv hiwiiig \ntm^ his Life at this QfEce, .'r Da,-, .i,>.addiiiontiiti.efi>nottinK Rich Lirt of t ap.ill:U. .�,_ �.^:.^. '-f      .r,y ta.-iri�ctJ�ettfrom, M .i iVi^cs of^.'2iVJiiO i 0 Prizes of Xl.OiM ,           w1-l, ^fjjpose �f the property ta -���*�iiiM^rfil^,c.:   .   �  *^    . .... I '; 'l.S^9�lutg Aiiflijfti�3 aiViirds-'a rrsoorec against Old- Age,. I *Kkite�!i,.�kiai"^- -----.....-�    ' 2 0 .5,lXU lo 300 ihat an inquiry iirto i:avj| allurs would )nne { proved delriinetilal to tlie public set vice ; but at i the �a.ine tinie it wa va3 unmerited, it was iuileeil inconsistent not a.;;tiri=:.' .>ia;iilg eg.iiii anil agaLi, that ail olli'^er in thj anny was u ost particularly wanted, l-'or h s part, he did nut doulit Lm he Vould ha?3 jusfiii d I'ie iJiipi-iiniiniiit of a physician witl'> f (j-i.il warmth. He did not a,iprov� of the Biaid per-Hiittiug p T.SJ.TS lo ie;ire fr.;ni I'ao service of tiio jiub ic on full sa'aries ; it wa'J saddling the conn, try witii an unmccssary espence. The Hon. Gen-llemin concluded by su['por.'t-rg l.'ie Resoln'tyn. Mr,  BASTARD vin:lic.3fc(! tic H..n, Bar.,tu:t (Sii-.ChariiS Poll) from (he im;:u(.ition wiiich bad tjcen lbrj'.*n out by the Jion. (ientlcmanV ^lr. V/AIlij) tp;ke to onl-f. . - Mr. HASTARl) replied; be was fot; pntfing tlie >( the lioiise, as I � vicious prar.iiC'S be-to enquire into til issue a com- .1 person-i in ri'sP"�sibia } mis.iio'i, thc-repott of which jo3;ifit-.l the enquiry, le-cnt to f! e dischrtr;e ; The HjD. Gentleman he thought had gone out of li-ir afu>oi,it:ii-.-:its. Tiii* i hjs way (o .say so much of Colonel Welch, as no ona had sjHiki-n against htm.   4lc hoped the Ilouse t�#GiBf.\biIi .lise to iircdtvy the Company, wey arenapf fw,^!irt:t thcfffoirc tecc-----" --^ ,   *y      no artirle IWi iriiih P^. .1 m,' nbiietmeat eyw �.i "Spe 1,1 luvatirfilj .-ukrtl. Their LtBein are . et to'bplilrnrbed io the -gm**,  Witbool' chrnil-__^^MOi t^lffOKO^ th;; mimrj teturufd^   Ciistrfcr ttan���lrp�(,
                            

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