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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 1, 1809, London, Middlesex                                MONDJY.  MAY CITt of.NEWSAHUM.-A( a CharLr Coun. cilnfthi - SOUtllAMPTd.V SIEKTING. �4  as: THOMAS DOVLKV. teq. �rh)ieri�fli*i� who        t� Dine ore jiarcularty n-j^^j to ^ijpjify th^.sMe at the Olfice of tlw Tlutcbcd rtTlSTERN DISPI-v^JSARV, Charles.sircct, VF .    WertmlwiM. VICE PRESIOKfCTS. i Hon. FaH of Oalkrilb. -  The H�. Lt.GeiL Ilrnnirkrr j" Uan. Sidmimth. Rev. Charte* Tyi*�7L.L. D. �L Hon. t^"* IWoBlnsn. I. U. Browne, Ks}. M. P. Ml Mofc A Pe, with resjiect, .,- > i: la^ioaud Gentlemen, . - -Tiwlil�t ubediefltiiuinUB ServMt, ltiacnba}|.�(f�ei, JpriI38.I80?. J. PRKiSEP. t� tke PR()PRi1vt0IU> of BAST INDIA STOCK. rinUB Wtttiw^*�^'^ for (he lOjth of May-. J:.0�.iWk'^�f-">V p.ublle service, in dJrtinjpifslicd lto,t)oo� In. India awU'Wna. 1 onee m jri4 com* for�tfrd to rUiMnnetied i�ifl� l^ewirejivand pcrfi cily at leuure to at-kiwymiriBlpoftam roncvms, I Rope In thcevenlof Biy i, n#*'erJ� fiirfeit thf clumicter i have ciide^v-uiied t.i ua, l.y a Maloujai^.lw***' dwcharse of U�c daiies fn- ____dtaaiYCire. . . .      ']     _ _ �ilt'iimvlnteatron to paVmv j�eWoftat resprch to every Tro-|||t(�r ot the.8(inrtiiew of the titns alltttcd, will, Itratt, lltarettielHMiaartAbei T�idir*and Gei)tieme�, Your Abided and faitbfitl Serviint, ?       EYLliS IRWIN. fin�:d, PqaUry, AprU28, 1809. v        . IlU. Hr. Uwin'a tomdiittee meet datty at tbe Klosi �^^luy. .. � � raOf^kSJPOR^ oir^AST lyjDlA.^TOCIu.;  toiVBHini you. oy ihoit jjraW�> nbf:lCf�OTft!i�.�* �� rtitaia-lbe oWect of my rfSy tjeireaaeavoiits fball be exerted to prove I andf vMthj of ybar cboice. ' lh��kthehoiK�orto1ie, Ladie� andOentlftncn, IlWIOUcIi obltjced and very obfdinit servant, - JAMES UANlliLL. No. 9, BiDiteriqnaTe, April 25. N. B. 5fi\ DameH'�JCbminiitee will mfet daily at tlie Hr�4 Ttvrra, Fraltry, from 11 till 4 o'clurk. ...      .      La.VDON, Aran-2p. 181)9. AT'^ottmefoui and respi^cfable Mueling uf I'ro-n.pi$elanor I-JM India Stock. Iirld this day, at the City FmiCK CItAWFOlUJ BRDCR, Em. iotlie Chair, nefi)U6wu� RcMlalloM were tmafliinnutfy ap-trd (o: ttlAidL That Joli�Claaitcr� Ivm]. Lite a Member of the C�udliitFortSt.Ge�rcr,^v.itij( served the l':!ui ludiit t�pmd�rinta pcri��o'�t 33 ytarsi, and in the most dis-vU'HM'ut^S wttKtt'^at M^mur to hlniiilf and ad-Wmtetsiheiriiiteieti, i� partictilarly qualifird to be one ^omea. That ikfrpfe-effliriritt atiiltlie* of Mr. Chamter, �toackflowledj^enieripDfr iiiihe PoUiical, Revpime, �^CatocrelaJ DrpaitioenU ��� Hie Comu.iny'* Kervice in cuHtfail cf^io; eoiinciUly Grrnrmbte, arid iiar-' ''raUliiiiaipon'ani cri�is, in the managenirirt of their i hoaf, nwi that it br wbiuiitrd to (he consideration wEr�nrici()n,tbe-espedieiDeyof tlieir eleetin; a� a Di-*f> ajifflUeaua who h.-wbeefl ea)|ili>ycJ so many years T*MTancrtnrntof ihclr iateretliAhro.iil, and whmccon-jV* /weivsd the iinif  toiaUy uiici)ijiiecii*d wHh '!*'M'>nnnf5s,.wWch can riilidr divert his nitentinn Wf CdDipnny's flflaiij, orinduence Km roiulcct in the �pyeWoftiieni, 1^ p.^j,,., jrrealer meaiib of acli:i)c ^�jiyjuid d'Kipiercitcdiy tbun otbert, who are not J�C�.ntt.i(tre havingexaraiued therttult tf Mr. C'ha- {fjjj'*j^>^^'^ It is now become incumbent on him topro- C. BRUpr., CUninnan. '"'--'iiij; be };iven to conduct in (lie ileelar.itioi'it ----.....jqU.:iico tlienrof, renderedueceii^ary andprudacrd liiii itoyjil Higliiiesi'* resignation. KesuWedunanimously. That in the (iresent crisis we. tliiiik it proper to declare our unalterable loyally and firm attarli-meui to oHr Kiof; and Cuu>tituiiuo, ai e^stabliblied iit the glorioas IU-v�lutiuu. � That tbe Thanks to. Iktr. WariJle ninl to the Mrmbers>of thU Cily, be ruY^ajdetUty letter, aigiifd by the Town Clerk, antithal aciii^'of tbeieRe!> Ti�etiiJiiedby the . Towu Cterk, be interted hi tbc Snn>hury aud VTiiieticster . Jouraa], uiiK'L�ti:|er'Pii|ier�-tbe Courier and the Clubc.     '. . ' �� "   .^OH� HOUniy<;,jiiii. : wn ( l.rk. M EKTIMIJ.-CO\ Ji.\ TRi . AT a Mi�tia iiabiianis t>f (his City, lield at.the Ikninly.Halt, the Ijlh day'of April, 1809, pursuaul to uofiJK giveti by Uanil Guode, Esq. May or, in cou-lieqUetice of a ReqniciUon sfeni ta bim for the purj>i�e of ex-pre�!iiU);their'^miwcilt�.'ii(�Mii tbe late Inve�Ui(^iuii  f the conduct of liiii.UoyalliiglioeM the Unke of i nrk.^ before the Houie of Commons; which uas as resjteclaliiv .nnd Mioeriiuily attended aluny public Ai�et>ug�ver witueiised in tlutllall:    . SAAfUEL WIHTWELL. Esq. in the Chair. After tome prelimiWy-tibservHtionii frunricveral Genlle-nen, esplnuaiory of the nature and de4i;;;ii of the Meeiiiis, the folluMtng Uekolutioui v�erep.isied without oue dicsciiliug voice. lUtoIved, Ikt. That it ii the aplnion of this Meeline, that co rupt abdse> appear lu bave c:iisted to an alarmiui; extent, tudittcKiitdepartioeflts of tbe State, and parlicularl) iulhaC of tbejarm^, as clearly tub'stantialed by the euideiice pr�-^ducedvefore llie Hou-e �f Comnioiui, in the Inve:>t(^:ttinn of tb^jcoUiUia.tif bitt K^al Ui^eM tbe Mukc of Igrk, the late. CtMuaiauder in Chief: Rrtulved, 8d. That the Thaaki of thii Meeting be giveato GiiyUym Uoyd Weirdie,'l':sq. M. i'. for his intrepid and pa-triatircondvcl, iu bringing torward- the churges before the llotuc of Commiiu, ahn fur hib laudable lunl perseveringcx-ertionji, inthc face of the iiiugt powerful oppubitiuu, during the ptojcrei)! of thit ardvutn businefs. ^Retolv'ed, 3d, That the Tbunks of this Meeting be also ' riven to our worthy Reprcbtntatives, Peter Moore, iisq. aud ^m. Mills,'Esq. for theit-iutlependi-nt cuuduct duriug this important iu>'estig.')tiun, and .for Avhicb thcv. are justly en-.. titled to tbe additional upurobatiuu and cuufidenc'e of their Cpiuitituent^. Rrtolvcd, 4th. That Ibe Th.toks of this Meeting be also given toSif Exjuici* Burdett, B;rrt. M. P. Lord \ n. Eolk-�one, M. P. Sam. Wliitb^wid, Esq. M. P. Sir S. Uomilly, Knt. ill. P. Major>Geii. Ferruion, M. P. Xaivey C. Couibej Esq, M. P. and tbe rettoT -the virtuous and honourable Mi-nurities, wbo nobly stooil forth at Ibis important crisisas the enemies of corruption and (he friends ot their country-, by Hupporting Mr. Wardle upon thiittecastoii. . ttcfolved, 5th. 'J'batlhib Meeting cumiaer the conduct of .the piirieal Administrutidii, retulive to tlie late Enquiry re-fpectlit^ his lloyal Highness the Puke of York, derogatory ':'4u their (ifficlat dtt(y,^and reiidcfti them altogetherundeservii^ f thaV};tta1 trust wUhwhicblbey \at Invested. ,�e�ol�ed, fitji, T^             '     " ing unciiinected with, aiid uniupporled by, auy facti.uj or party, pr.isceuted that laudable undertaking with laleul and Zeal, temper.iiid persevenmce, rarely to be ni.'t with; and especially for having had the res..luti..u ihtiJ to discharge his duty, indeflaBei of the threats of the Kind's Servants, aad in spite of tlie i)rejUdicesend:-.avour.-d to be excited hg.Vj.TSt hi� t.harges, lUrougti the fiilse and hvp.ieritical prrieoce that *''=y; proceeded tnini a Jacobin Coi^pirary. a pretence which same, .-jnd for the impartiality with wfclch he presided. Kesnlved Ufianiiiio��iv, That the>e Rcidutioutite sij' t�r many years past, has been the best ally of corruption, and through the inciiis of wjiich pretence, artful .-uid uitked men have too longstifl-'d the voi(;c iif truth, have'abused the ^I'l'ljndoramed the purges of this un�uspecting and loyj$ the Sheriff, in iheuime. and on^l�ehnlf of the Meeiii^Jli that lb, snnir be printed and pubiiihed iaiheC re-inemion-cd; stood forward (lie advocates of impartial justice ; andatso' 1o (he Minority of 1-25, who divided in favour of Mr. War-' die's Moiiuu, amongst whom we, .is Il.nmp-hirrinen, observe with pli;a>tire iind pride, tbe names of bir II. M.l.!msy, KoH.' and uf Adaiiral Markham, and Mention Fcltuwe�, 1'^.; while we, though not with very great surprize, observe, and (rust (hat the Iac( will be- renivnibered, that the luiine of neither of the Menibeis for this County docs appKir upon that bititourablc list. That�ii; the. ci.ucsc of the abovc-mraid Inquiry, acts of V ICTUAJLUAt.-0�' FiCii, Ap�iJ t/, mmK , THE QjMmisistMttrs for yidttoBiitg JJir Mo^ ja>(/� Itufp ilo A�retje�i?� /ffftire, IhiH^iu^ HufHaif^ V, iwnYa�e^f�eo(iff-.up> o�if (real farwhiit COOPtiilA *B.mad<: COOPERS a-OOES, t*� nrvtt* r- ] of llMniiepartvunl re^ui.t jbr Ike Sfuce .o/tf^tak 'a � MinUArj'r,m the dara-tif lite UiMrMcU; lu     JilioettA . 1 iii/O JJh Mtati*^* �^ieOutOins Stores at UeptCoidt tnifl fi� '< -ie^id fn'tii aittt, t^gai^ trith taftnsl uutUg tlajfs^aft^ ."� u'cluc^ an ihe saiit Tuesdtiya the id of M-iy next^'nar unltsj) the penua mho makes thm JJ'ender^ ur so/M fernrn on his bfhmlfy atttnds, ta antmer uhMR callcii fof^- '.^ (T ViCTUAtrLlNtJ OMIXOi.,.April u, THE CommissioHers for l^ictuaiUn^ His Atpt-jesN's 'Nabg 'da hertb^ .giv� Ao/ice, tAlrt on Fri-" " �� rfceiv* ^.      KVEN Ekl��*OE, -or CToarse Gruiued jects, cannot help feelingfiorruw andshaneatseeine'the Son, and ludignatiou at seeing so man> ..f the Servants, of our Sovereign, lavolved in sucn sciudalous transiictions, we Cannot, ,- ' 'la mrtaif .gnv inouce, timt on Fri day, the bth of May ntxt, ihey miU be ready to rfcMv, t..'5v'!^ir.''.".,''i;,'''''-*' (^'"leii vot and treat fur SKVExN i'V^^^t'J.^t*'^."*     l.lVERiJfcK)L,TW Coarse Graioe. tranwciions.oo Ic.4' th.in five .Vini tin of'tite" LslVblbhed C^liureh; nor can we refrain from :in expression of our anxious hiipe. (hn( the Clergy in general (following, in this re- sons who make the Tenderiare' to pr�lf worthy of (hdt honourable situa--S    *     .anxloBJ to obtain by means of   oar 1 hare thehonow to be, wilh thegrcaiest respect, (.^dtesnndJlicnileinen,. . -Yw,most devoted Servant, ;      1803." / PRiV..4>^r.fc.PUPlLS.-A nvarrictl Cl^r-2"""iJ'hp.iiKi*(i'.nt fall living. 16 miles West from Tk Corper, xeceives Four Private, Pupils into his f ��der (Uf agelitft'frelVe yfenrs; Th jjil,g.Oratory. Compo�tion, *yi and Hisvory.),: iiarto,Greet, ^^e^ch,-.^nd Itkliau-in \Vriting,:Ale�i.^tO jcrqund them.in pr*-per p. inci-.... n"' J-romote }**AfBrthfi ^t^^f"9"!'J5'" "if"r. CarJs of 'as. R,,w.-tri�*�'?��anw�iy be prociirviof ftussrs. tlcmen who sieiied the i&quiMtlon. -. Resolved, nb. That the Thanks of tha Mating he given^ "to Basiliionde, Esq. Wayoi, for bi/reatfy and jVronipt com-' ptiaiice in railing this Meeting. Resolved, 8th. That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to the Cliairmau for his impartiid and very proper cuiuluct in the Chair. SAML^EL >t nil WELL. Cli.-iirwaii. DUBLIN, Ai-Rii. 10, IHO'J. AT a Meeting of the Church W4r n-tfuulovern populous Cityluid its environs, with diimioatio"n etiiially iirbiirary, inquisitorial, .ind uiicon>tituiiunal. ' That our principal impulse is directed to ronsider th q. being c-iiflrd thereto, it wa* UnaniLloiisly llesolved. That the Ihaiiks of this Meeting be given to our wmthv Church Uarilen> Samuel Mason anil John. Kobiu;nu, I'.sqrs.  for their re.iilinrs-s in calling the Meeting, and their vcrv proper eonduil in ibe ('lidir. ___.Si yed by order. H. DILL, Ve-lry Clerk. 'A'^TliD to PiMciiasi, Of incolcitingan abhorrence of �uch practic.�, and ther.Uy of shewing, that the Church, like her i- ouo !er, ;5 no r specter ot persons, and that her endowments are n.it r cri.tJ us the wages of dtiiendenc and ayeopliancy, but as the wort.'iy hii e et the labourer in the vineyard of Christian nittv, and of private aad public virtue. >    -> Person the Throue of (hi? Ki>i'g(l^'>|n, it isduclarrl, '.'i liai itnpjffson .\vii�has�n ollicejor pl�Kei8f-iTrtM^;"6i'irf;T ?he KinVj or receives .1 pension from the Crown, sli.-iU tap.Vi'.e :>f serving as a Meoiher of the Hoii;c of Conioi J^^:"' liti tim,noiwilh-stamliug the wise precaution nf this Ac-;, w^ eh ! une of our great coiistiluiional laws,Had Hhich. i.^ .. if ('(inmioii> in t;ie month of June last, in.coiiicquenee of a Aiolion ni.ule by Lord Coclirane,lhat ihcreaiein that lloiis-x'vcr.ly-cisiit Placeoien and Pensionrrs, who, th-ugli part of wliai liiey icceive is not stated, are, in lhe5aid.lJr)>nrt.-l.iird id lecciie I7S,!)!:U. a year, init of the 'I'axcs rai^.d u|iini liic Peojile, anil, of course out of the money, to walch over llie expenditure of which they are appoinud. That, if anv dnulil could have remained, as lo Ihe baneful effects of SHcli a f tale of the Home of ('niiimou�, that doubt uintl have been removed by the r-jeclion of Mr. Wardle's aUove-mentioiied proposition, in the teclh of the clooresl and iiiosl.conclusive evidence, posiliTcas well as ciicum.slantial, written as v\ell a; ver.').-il : and upon wh ch lu-e.ision it appeared that all the King's .Miiii-ter.'!, ail the I'laceineu, aud all the P<;u�iuner5 then present, voted against the said proposition. That, iu the ,      ^ ------- ...... .......... )f telt.imaltijt the 'I'^nder, or some Person on his behalf, allendt, io answer when called for. VrcTUALLl.NG WFICK, April 20, im. Hf'SiIF. Commissioners for FitUuaUtng His Ma. ^ JL jestfi's efmy do hereby give JV�H�, tMat an Tue'-' ri:iv, the 2d of May next, they iciltbe rrndu to refeive Ten:l, t IK ariiing (sea:.;d up), aiK< Utnt for FlKTif TONS of COCOA, to Ite dctiuered free of f! ail inns aji"' Ex<^c l)u~ tiet, one J\alf^lhfiieafia.aforlnifHtt,-'^:itkrfTherhaflihi.' /7..;/n.-.rt�. ...... at id 10 er y a Vtctunlling .MembeR toserve ia Parliament," was one of the crimes of King James Ihe Second, aad one of the grounds upon which he w.-is driven fro'm the throne of this kingdom ; but that not-withsuiiding this law, which is said to be one of ihe great bulwarks or the Constilution, and notwithstanding divprs other laws, made for the purpose of preventing undue returns of Members of Parliament, it does appear from evidence .1 mcniier �r me iiouse or tjoninions, did offer tn give a Writership in the East Imlips, in excliaii-e for a seat in the House of Comi o, and that the failure of tliatrorpipt nego-ciation wfis OH i..g, not to any disinclination on their part, but oiilhep.artoftlie �eal-seller, to whom the offer was made linlfin i.Ni- nmn h aflrriturds, into HU M.ij . r,ii'H lui-i' .^li'niioitr ed, VI'.- Drplf.ifd ..................   .-1 Tor.i. roii.inir.iiii ...............   ;ij I'lvnioiw'.i    ,..............     1 ---100 To !i? p.v.d for by Uills peyahle, uiili intcrut, ninety rfsyl after date. The Cun^Utiimi ef the Cnntracls miiy be seen at the Secre-laru's tljicc. N. li. Sai;T})les of the Cocoa lo be produced with th Tenders. No re<;ard aill be hml to nay T. niterin which the price sha 11 not be iniTteil in aords at length,  i ihe Person icho nuike-i tha Tender, or some Person on hts behalf, attends, ta ansaer if'i^tf rnlfe.d for. rr'HE Commissioners fur yiduallinr Hs Muji:. JL ty's Saoy I'o fiere'iy git^e JVbtiee, thtil on |-'riila\, the VllU "/May n?a(, they will be reciU to reter-r Tenders in ail ESrATK, with hianvr and IMnnsion-lo'iise, the value from 60 tiv SO.OOO/. . The distance from London not to exceed 1 jj n^ile-. I'articul.irs to he nddrcsM-d (pobt.paid ), to A. IJ. at Mr.Sle>v-an's. Bookseller, Piccadilly, LoMdon.  rpUNNKL iiiidtTthe THAME.S.--J-he Dircc- -A tors �f this UuiUrtaking give Notice, that Ihe Driftway being PXrCBted,'lliey tire defirous of r.ceiviiig funl'cr Designs or I'laiir for making ihe Tunnel, either by siiblerra- ' neons, or other means in which no inipedinient will be given' twthe Nayigalioji of the Uiyer.  Allhongh the Directors ai-e f^^-^f&^^^'S^.  TheGeutkman in posicssioii of Plans for this jihrpiise, yet, convinced that Iherc are many mrihodK of ai'eoiuplishiiig the object, they thiiik it proper Iiei'ort aiiv parlirular Plan be put in e.v  tSe Compapy. Austio ITri^, London, Jd April, lti09. wa< .n kno-A-ledge, lhatieals in Parliament had been bongM and snid ; that the Tnasury n^id not only openly hi�.t, P.irit, Packing Srr.ipsaiid Sw.-euiiigs, 'I'i.-rces, Irish llarreK, >ew Hoard, l>ouli!et and ."Slab J.nd ken and heiii j Worn-I �ul Co.ipera Tools, lire \\ ooil. Antic "rosion Po�i!er,_fur I paiut>r.g, tJulter, I'nei-.e, d.aniaged Sugar, Old ttupprr Uien-j sils, Old llraiiding Irons, Old Tea i h. si-, lea Chejl Le;4d, and Old Wood, lyhigiii his Majesty's Victualling Premises ' at Dcpttord. A ill.puiit of iol. per Cent, is to Se made upon the r.mnant of camh IjOL ut the tirnt of .Sale ; and If the remainder uf ihe money he nnl pcrid, uni! tl:c I'drtiiuhrs (tt!::n a.Kay mihtn. tteenlij milking dayiuf'terteurds, the /Jipuw/ leitl be farfrilni, and tne (i'jiids reinaCu ttu jnop-rly oj lite CrurM. 'Ihr oilier Condition', maybe seen, and ynnled Catalogues may bz had at lli� Strreiuri/'t Offict. real JAl'A.S   liE.ACKlAt.,   ..laJe by liAY and MAUTIN.-This invaluable Cjoipositioj, ! with h,ilf the Usual labour, prodMres the inoii linlhaut jet ,, i black e> >r beheld, alionl- perulinr nourishrneni to the lea-' Iher, will not soil the tiiie�i laieii', if perfectly free from any lUHdeasddt snieH, and �tll retain its virtues to any climate. Solii, VVhole.-ali', hy Day and .Marti.i. af the .Vlannfaetdry, No. 97, Hii'h llMltMim, ttetail.b^ F.Day. V.>. 7, T-jvistocli-street: W. JMy, ja.l, Sw.iUow-streel; Ait. 11. .No. 1, Fincb-l.-tne; the principal Bootmakers, Perfumers, and Oilmen in ti'e. .Vletropolis. end in every town tlirooghout Ux United ii.ii.gdoai, io stone botxles, price is. 6d.ea9b.   

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