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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 25, 1809, London, Middlesex                                ' ft;**- v* }6 'ft-? -3 _______ ^wn^^itC uf my ^^Uii^i^ called f?�*�t*^'*SS!fi. �^nnilBr V^c�fejri�fe^^^     In .yoiir: DirocJiort; ennlli^fWvivi^^ Uie i^uubur of yvur'] 'liiirii_________, \V1LLIA>1 \yM(ltAM. kMth: Coaductorfaii ftiiy&i-il%{MM'tlie late Couunau-^ act;ii/G)rier/aiidforJlnk:Srfli awL^�iiiii4^�per^efltnce iiuup^ j^0rtin)rt]w;t;ili|ilM. ris >li�W�u,cuiiinVq|(r>i to' c6eck tWr�cUi�r,BroenM Mimpropw tiiQUni�BudxaTniulif>fi> ' Tiiat t1i� daHaaW in?lfMryx�ie�i SabH Johu MiU> w{;Mr^'9'iH4|Le Mr. Wanlj* aaaisWiJeuwi^reif *nut Jttbn Mildroay,- JfiH.-.. Tbat^htt.Tlwgi^irftBH MdrtlJ^rbi; iSiT^^ t�� tbe ActwtR tfav^C wbil readnKSiU caUtiig:it.'�uti rar'liMinipAnbUtty  Aud4battKcie ItefalttU6ni be.pqM'isbed fii tb � of tbU Wertir^ bejjt'^^ j^^aU^COMttftnd CO. CiiiH ?�U�v ijjre* iiiP>r*iftbc l' �iuit�� vuUlic aolicp, aiCHARD SHJ.l'UL.VJ,'K�q. Ala^or, in the Cttonri ahuM-s ii( varliHis di>]tartaiqitiorth f c^rni|iiiaa, nJiich |u;ejt'giH> the vitals of ui(fusiry, if not timrly arretted iu it� dnfmctive (irttgrnt byanelBcMfiit rrfoaA, miui. otlioiaLriy alKorb (hemiatrces'of natiuuaLi>^usp�rityf otid iavolve ih� Kmpinrin irr�lrfenibte riiiiu -J2, BrtoWrd, That we ileplure, In common with-every ' veil wisber to-native iaiul^ the iniltipf yrivaU iied, are ^fuofi iraiu the toikume c^ettioni ofafaititv^lieat:-.' ,ruiM. liaitliiyulneupte.   ' . 3. Kw<�lved, Umhrr th�e c|rc1lln^tan titutioual renirdieiapplied fiir tire renU>vd|^ �nmiiU rvibi oad to cniitrihate to (hev.-ihration of �Drcaon-trx,by.qillyifig round ami supporting .tbe patrioiic>.�nergie� �M'cmlii^i}y~di^l>tay.ed, during ^e recent iaTesuAtitm uf atHUKy, befuie tbe Jlou>i> nrCuinmon;. ' 4. ItesalTfctl, Iniprcksed wTtb Ibis sentiment, we anequi> vnr.-dly retbra o.ur Harttiest thanks to Gnr^lyta Liuyd . Warwe,.-Ivst.!, M. P.;fi>f bi$ 4a>in>te$^ intrepidity, aitil iuai(iy^ fintuiess �n the lute frying, uccdsimr-trM,' unawed; liy pirtrr; nnhiassed by iutrresty :bUo stn^le-nainteil, entered ttie ii.Mrliiv^ia.>'t1be whelming phalanxes of influence and pa-(runngc. "'    "  5-, Itesolved, That duly sensible of the obiigatipm which, tiie Kaiiun at large uwe 1� the virtuii^s (VMnuriiy of Vi5, who voted,forllr. WarJle's Miitiun rHpectipg thecrithinul Co*:-duct uf ibe l^ke uf Yorlt as-Comraundefiu Chlefi�>;R'hereby. lender 'ibe triltUte o� uur'^i>ratcf�fl tfianlci to Sir k\ Hurdett, 'Bart. liord Vucunnt Folkstime, Sir S. Iliimilly, KiiigHt,-Uenr-ml>'ergu�ooij�Samuel VibitbreacV.-Hsq. C.-tV. V\>'une, � � li^. W. ilaiiyM-qiHl, liaq. ( Meiiibec fiir this-County), and the' 'W-Sit�rtlKU patrii)t.Qaifid,>whi>.*toud a> it ivere between tbe livjof[aud iliede]u|,:4ud arrested iuiqaiiy iu Uie zenith of ber ,carerr. -di KtfsalTed, Meantime we unequiTocnll}r express our f'libllafrence at the conduct of Ibose, whtr, contrary to the 1 dIcRitfS oif.common sense, v�ud with the ftUiiiMerj and�e . Iieri-by ^lare f i�eni tii t�c, iu our opinion, nnwnrtby of |Mib-)iv cnniidcaee, aud to buve ju^y uierited'thex^iire of all .-^luHMratouea.  .... ^  7. Ib^lved, Tinall* We sincerely trusf, fiml the conJoT-iTic t^t^Mloh of anrnpiiniviiH; cuisciencc-tba well-eanied ^eeiTof jinbUc pruive^ndabove ail the cheering hope of t^comp)etc;satc<^, wilt op 'nite u tth these faitbhil Onar pte"� iUg;bl  t<� mir�laxed ex,erlitin, 'and ihiit'itftflK-WfrcWittbig persprenmre will eTenfn:illy Spurge Crero tbbi^itiwb tioil the polluted.fiba of baleful vemlity.       *" �   ^ ^ 7^       KlCilARDSniPnilMvMayorand Chiiirraan.-Tlie MayorhaVigil'quitied ih*" Chair,'the thanks of the � Meeijiig.'wcielinahimnii^lj vot.;d lo'hini furhiapVinnptuess ^'jij^tlM^uling fo.lbe! reqi^stiloa for cnnvrmiv^.th'e Meetingvand furi|Li>nrl�^Siy,-WR�tlhr's.M�tinji.       r  ^ otb, K^sotvMl, �!ith only.Uirer-lJfi�eotr(irlifThat flWWte-. ortheUowHSofCommoosupuh the Motiim of tlte'CluMCetinr ofihe Kxc^eaaer far4he acquittal of hi^ Aoja! Higboesa the DukeTof A'^oag^rom anii|iowlt-dgs..ofthe corrupt, practices proved, bas'0^9^ violence botV to tbe dhderstandingaiid feelings of Khglislinltb, and affiJnU a prominent and stilking example of tfie very libpcrfect rrnresenlatioa Of the Peopte^ , , . 6tbi H��olsed-oimnimoo�ly, Tba* the ouly eflectaal barrii-r aguinst tbe inroads uf corroptina b to be found in tbe con^ti-lutlunal resort to obtain ai fair and faitbfiil Ueprei>eutaiion of \be People In their Houise o(Common. 7lb, Kesulved, with Oiily one dissentient. That the m'refoer of Placemea aail Pestioners having seals in (be House of Gmnmnrn is agrowio^ evil-, coiiiniry. i� an ancient Resolu-, tionuftuat House, destructive of 4^e lndri>eiidence of t'ar-' .liament,   of State, whose presence tw*y. j)e eip^ient in the Ho�!� of iUoinmotis. atb, ilesolvcd umumhiffiouslv. That the flate of the decayed BoruBShs iu the Umte eiil u-ide-exiendin^deplorablL-oorruptiou, and demands , the ;ori>HKftttenIiuu ot Purliatnent, m a mockery of repre-terttailim. ,ilth, Hesnlved, with mty three dissentients. That the re-floniliou of trienniulPariiamenU iigrce:ible to tbe Salute (ith Willioni aiid Mnry, wodld greathiAeck corruption, and . .  iib&THA rpHE MAt^RbM JL- ReqqisitKia, tisned >i>deK.;t|ife4Ua'�eertn^' . 'teke (ots cifcisldenuioa the p jUlotq W:a.jci>i;Bi i;st}-Sl.P~t' �ad 'tk Uaw.^;:Bei(dw , were tttei�iwA�6ed and a^sreed toi vj�; -.. � . i. ftesj^eiriianimoaslf; 'fjial t�*:5Ujc%.      Tordial T^fcSLof tliigi^eeUqg be civ�wto-Gwj1&�.�*B^ ExyM. B/r�?Oa\hatnp{oB,W!Ue CJt.u^Sl^ nfaiB^, ifadetfeMitent, .a�H:,pafnot <,Extiupw* ^te. iiBti*�tlii iuidltinhictais-thc aiRigc*. ^gwnsi H\c Eie:C(teHan�ri CWef-- ; A ta-tives d'f 'this CauRi;^; for hi^ public-spirileiV Ooiidiict ^aHcX thelatc-IavestigtoOn, amlptiiticulariy far bi$'ce^^trhi� di^editi favor of C)r.>^4V|i^1i ftloUoiy'fur aU;Addres9rtD'tbe.Kfa%oo Iliesut^tiof (t^latjetflquirjr.   .     , ^ t' 1". : � arRc?ol�e^witJk odW ui, dfee9ti^U);-Thai it is tjns vapi�i�t�f4iriyjJ ed atMrdetecf^iCalrlbaiOy'/or CpnstttMionol Kedresmnd Oorretti'tpi us'tlft onty-iaenns left to convince the People that the A^^vy SucrtBcei ibeyare called upon tit make Are uut perverted to bateW iiftpioper purposes.        . .    ^        . 6. Itesolvcd dn^ittimnosly,. That tl�� "Proceedir^. of this Meetii^ be sisiiei) by the Chairman,andflhat Dnpiwtbeieof-betieni til G". L. Wardle, l-:5�. Sir Kpinrb Uonlett, tlartand liordViscouor AUhorp; aOdth.-it. the same be puKllsbed ia he'givc^tothe Cbainuan,'for his ableatjdlnipartjal Coodact in the Chair. '  MICHAlyt SMlTPl^Chairown. Ta,Mfe(ing of the Inhabl(3tj(?�f the Town and Neiglib-.urljuo^l of Kiogstan-upon-Hnll, heW nt the Guildhall mere, on Wednesday, the iSlR- day of April, 1809, for the purp ft the ttiauly inlrepfdity and ptrsevi^rance disiiigyed by Kim in iani^lniingarclprosecuiiiip i)is Charges ngaijsl llie condbct of th^f lii.Cofflm.io  W. MOLLLN^ W'OUTJI. .r,..,wdi-Ji nf JJeforaiation, as the faie proceedings iu J*arliiuueni haye- fully' proved t hem to beth'e AiiiiisterJ of tbe Chiwu only,, vsfl not of the People -ilhe siiflers of inqufry and the nbettotb -of corruption. AI{�soh�ti�Okbeinglhifupvt�Mr.UJe( Uev..Or. Valpv, and seconded by Robert tl^ms,l-.sq. titai-the Vote ut J^Im ^fUToBi, Ksq.:orteot^lie.itrpre9euiy''AiC� (>f this Bormigh,-iii -favour of Mr. Bankes's Motion-, 'j^-highly desefiingof the Tbunks of bis Ooiv(ituenLfi W*�he^n^^^^ wttin^w^.Wwdkaw hliM��tioB    ^ Ad.-. ^tei�^^Mt>n�cl�iai�f �|te�tiV� are which was caVried yrilhout oniosition. Resolved unaiiimou>ly, 'Tlmt the "Ihanks of the Meeting V diie to Thomas tilee.!.', lisq. Mayor, for the readiness with H bich he culled the Mci^iing; for his attentioa to the business of the day {.and fur his / ible, noi]] iriial, and conciliating con-duct^in tne Chair. "        - io varions other di'partmeiifi of Giive'nimenf.:' That {ju_\lliiu Lloyd WHrrile, tsq. by bis iiilcpi^ily in preferring charges of corruption a'ain* I)U Ko>nl lli^jhucss the laieeommaiiderJn Chief, and by bis uhiftiy and pcrie-verance in cytabii!ibiiijlhcMxi�e, is eiiiliientW emitlril l� th� Thanks of th'is MeelioSi and to the everlasting gratftude of his Country.       . .   . That the Tlianls of this Meeting are also due to Lorc^ Vis-connt Mahonand: John Slinir'iirtlu l.tq. yur Heprcsenlativei in Pariiamcat, to 'Ihouuis 'ihoropsoiifc I'sq. our fellini-towiumaj, an.1 to Lord \ isrouit flriltoaTatid .NVillisirh Wil-berforce^l-iq. the Ke|irrfent.�tives for tne County of Vorfe, togetlu:rwilhthe^�e�^^)f the Indepeodent Minoiitj, for iheie ulesand exerli'ins on thisocpa'-iab. , That ihis Sleeting, sceingtljefibainctd ^eu "> thni prevails inthedilfereut depiirtmenis of.ihe J�utei ao'i also, as has been rcceiitl) evinced, inthedi?i>o?alof ikisC India Patton-age, feels itadnty to siate tlieircO(�vr�tiim or (heweti-siiv of a complete ehimge o^Publif Mrasnre.-i^oftlie'Alwliiion "of itcvcr&iomry Graots and unmerited Peoslods and Sitirrure PJacrs� and.l�fjtji�;jgeM�waijlatfitf the Parity acrordjug tii the genu1ne|itt�eli>Ies�f the fcun;ti(irtion. Tliat tnet^baikiitaDbemj^eiitod to sign jbeSR fU'solutions astfae'nctnf this M.eetiog, iiodta traasmlt,copier,thereof to Wr.-VfarJIe, Lord Mahoav Mr. Stonifurth, Mr. Thomp:."!, Lor.-l Mtltoa, and iMr. iVilb�ifforec 5 aad tl^t Ibi; published in tbe iioll ai^CinMity Papcrs,ittid latbe Coc (tii.a audMorniiig Chronicle. . - A.VWiii*V ftOLLlNQJ^ORTn, Mayor, n^olved nnanimousty,,'rii;u the.'t'hahksof this >lf^eting be given to Major, for his rca Jtoess in cJlliiog'jtoii'Me�iog,"an4 Jurhls coniltctin tlie<:hair.. "  . ' "ST. MIcilAKL's VJiSTRY KOO.SK       '' .OUblin, April 7, 1809. A~T "a most numcrpus Mec iwg of Uie I'A-RtSHIOXEIfS of sr. MlcUAl;t.V7�AUI.SH7.L- i The Tifaes-fhe C 6 uii 11: a-'i'he Star, and The Sfitesman. .     . .   �    THOAlAS jiLEgl), Chairmiyi. Ta Mectiit^ of iHe Bailiir3,finrg?�s�'8UntVGom- nnrminnt----------------------------- .       . , . r.ta�iW�e^i.�c��t- .Col^-O.-U,' AViirdle, tor Aiatejcoudact in -{j.'PwUatsen^,..   ^y'-' "       � .      " ^i�Admmi�iouuj^. but ji)=�;    � VVlLLlAM^ LEJET,. and J.4ME5.      L, Esqrsj Church- .-r Warjeito, ia,�lieA/hoir;-    ; � VResolved UnaiiimJuslyT/Chat; or^e tbii>k the- propojcd Bill;,' if cayricdintoeU'eei; i.mIU'p I ^' mcreiuins llii- eni.forfi or satisfaction of the Citiiiufe,. y^r\ mm.-Ii vnd*'Hot ..nly in i^lieloT^lgiaiopflirf. futiv rootinl OMtv afi  * fiHIitilil^Ekwte^ ,   BwtrfTCdv.lltol      die opiuion of flusCaorr, thai it is ..biglilyiiupropmt an twites, tjui more o.pefianScnHhe present ��eultal.�tiMi>, Atiycftmiteuaiiee (inliHc meetings, c-illeJ .foMhepuipi^ uf retiming thanks to ohy.iudividual ,Vlem-.V ber of th^luu^ 0I (JmnmuBiu h-mever meritorioiif hiii exer-titm may b^e been/, in tlie public rauie, when such tb.ink* pnnui ite bestovret/ but at the hazard of l^h^ public iranquil- ^^Vhat it-is th*r/^re with d??pcmicem this Court bath \vlti 'TlrMled nieetUigSf/Fibeabove de^r-riptiun in whichi'oinier the ti;obi'We> pi^to* /of theuecesritv of a Refonri (fl>nr(iaaje,ir. �  hy*�-JfcJ^j^l>a Co^ l� be produce*-;wits'tK ,r':  V '��|^^ ' �Tn^, >r mM'l*mo�.9m^ be^lf^iMttUlt^ to diamtf -----IxtrVKtuviiMi^^ r�eiS up J, unit,^'fmF'BV:b JltJNU8i50; ^^>HmB,^(f taoV?^ESTtRsrmiK ciiEESE. �*-^'. ^�tial a*r�ti�it� orPwHawciitvlhoplft.ftf �h�Heuea.pad ,*at^^ jSSrti;^ti^t:!thV:sJ*c�fito|i�>i�i^ '"'*'^.''^"t^.^r,^'?!i:^^ a^not|ervefted>�>^��limpp�I';r;�^^ .      -1 ralcvlaiifd to incite popular clionour.aram'l^h^ _>.aje>^ TfiWtih Weeting is cWbtoM JSaSl*^i)?4w^ ttiii' dirrlWiJon -of; da^ whk h |h�^la|e Mh^We�iB�'5;Ho���f:;Co.'�T!i''�;^*'=*'^^ ^ t;ov�ru�ne{>t, aad to alieiwie tJiraU'erlious .if his loyal sub-jcct5|nM#;ih/ip duty ana art*"2iance to hi�'#ucred person; anfl whim of the'rajd Onnmissiouufs.'- Cimimi5�ni>raaVe.Taii'>uSi.i�ju.?ici(fti3.a>d'iyi^^ pnver over their Peiboiu, httbcrto uajin'ceitintoiiu-ifaj.paii of the iConstitOsioo.- * 2; Reiirficd'Unanimously,^That Trotn osir-btH juilgmmt and most seTioiU'ConsdsriilioH,/A^ !ire >'/ opj^ ilie >early auioont. of the Tasi'- a�- \ v>ti?vf : n tbe c' iimf rs hy'lhe^ct of the47lh of tlfc Kiisg, uould r>c'i�.�refitjin suf-Itiieiili uud r^ea^uoabie aiid pro) iaeccs5arv purpose. ' -' ' *- ~ ^.�.Rcsolyeii'CHHntKjonily-, Tt-at we rieli?�fe 'iKe sniil .Act of thcA'ith would iiot hawpo ."^t, th�i�rf �h(� �vere to he adecteT-.therrbv. ai4  p;r>rimut\, wlylc � was p-^iidfiij;, pf vested in unvd tJomini*iunei=j, lja� ia-.aOiai: i:iViiiitr�'J beeiiVx-pended iuore to the inCuuNtrtieiito IbaiKtiie oiriifort of the CitizeBs.i  - -   _        , , -    � .- " ' 5.-1iriol�edIjiKtoimoiisly, Tlfrtj we'tbinl^.yec^f iihber^vn- 1 ing the haugTity a'hliev'�re m^anfr in witicA 'm:i'iy have bi-cn lre;i�ed^'^>iVi'suiuiuoiier{ betaK"- .?aid-t��iintis>|finers-, pa-ti-^^arK wbei) lirgciiera\|key knew iiPt';ft.>r"c>Hld i"--^'^-re.-U (jllcftler:^ tor whose miiJijme^^iiors they wert � Coanty,. has4iy hi. cmid-c�.OfLtUe late i.njnm, prowd hmi. self onworthyAc bonfiifrDciB of UU CoiMiitiimi^ 7. 3'hn�'~tiiet.mdail'.*i;hari�f OuWfsjK JEiq Untn^K- km)*^tho iiuinraoiied aH4t^e of uer cteflfkv lt<^oii(I^Mis^'C4id.'for iriit iVwppfi_________ tendcticyi aciu^ed asitlcoowsl^if to b-,li} Ihc purest motive* 1^j4r>'ftjl>oii�rr-, ahotn thejr"1�iik ' toatlsWrr,    - j.  :    - .    v ' t'/j�itlix5*^�{�jwJI&tta:4tefr'thB^*>* - .  ....... ii^. JACK AM AJJ,.To K^p Clerk: ^pn^irifh 9^ A pnl, Sl?J^^&io*5yr'�'h��t*S�''E>l^ pf^bpKleelKilE    pitsanHr^U x\ed wTiui three mltr of Potn?v B�?  Chnrch- fi'        tzr^ ."::'/r's-iv'." � .    "~     i       '  ' � tfioCuRMwse^lone! aniiWe fe�l� �* 4�4fte?1aii�eriai ParUaa�mt,H lit w We*,e^:     . , -^TJiie-CJwrclt Wardem b�i!}'i t^*tW to lejve tbe i Cfi^tK^:i�4�amu?t CainbhNifiaj^ �-�*� St.- a�ii
                            

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