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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 5, 1809, London, Middlesex                                .mWAY   MAY 5: Iti:bSiii!fiii'ui tiie Couutj'   reirarded a coitductjo disjfractful.  But let n t ''^Ji.cM upon tiir c.iru?f lintctir.* which haw. '^A'bvurJ'";^^�-ei : Caloud wauoi.e, is an expression of attach- -i)uW. oti ..........-----1..^ ' meot to the priucipreg of Sir FuAscis Buiu DETT. . The. jiarovet's J'arly wi�h to put them-selves at the bead uf. the ]>o|>ular tide, just as the 'AooiNGToN party wttch the fectiug uf Uie House of Caninons� and then 6 �leavoiir to |tut thenisefr&iatitii head, that they may aftpear to rule^ y^Jtoggedi he WpulJ not aII�W  Uritain iu be O    tira, ami tUat the ilop. iiafooci sioud 00 bis owb grmiml -- -     ' �         '        vtlly.        ,       :    ,    � -.-Mr..' tttUTSnii,       he n�si fiimlictti OMitd'bt- P" iiuditng but ainisiake.. lie did iwl Kuow, the kind weekly.   At \Vindi�!bier,  he asserted   '^'d,ai,.r>oomore w-rtiy ufii.eirchoicetUusirKran ' Thoiiia* N.-uih Jolm Funlham (iiroTBC FonJh im I'hcfj. Ward i�lm Vrvtir . M. UiiUaau ,' Win. tittiiuir Jaa. Tnmlhi, Clerk \\ni. h;i-h i:. K. J-urdloio  a�e  ilieir full share ; of foreiga duly, whicli they like bflterthao bang in Engiaud, at-d that a regiment of six or t(:veu i " ifour wc apples swim,". BcaiDETT may say to , battalions, filled with Germans, the 60th, is con- I Waroi-e, but let us distiogwsh the deleterious ! stantly stationed iu the VVtst Indies, from whence ; fruit from the gold(iB,^tp|>en. no soIiUer wishes to return, thu contfort of hh We Jluid.ii, Olid lie >i>l>e* thatjonie jiwson        bad.Wait' upon iiii 1 raucui �ith a vtetria induce iiiipioli^A^dtn^lMmt^ fur Mr estmioster, � ould e>pluia.�(lal had tuan U� ie�!;lt (if the couierence, , A f.i'iKleuiao. Hbaseoarne tre coold not Jeam, ii;ifd;that he, al'wifT wiHi "iher;., bad wahfdtta &ri Iniucis li�rr�ii?ti, Hbi> ul>2er\ed, that he mw ui>'jirobabiUij of being �>t anj uie iii ihv jieople in Ji^ljameul at J>r^;^eu^, liut, if llii-> cuoie l-i eUxrl biiu, hewodi^do hisilLlj. lie uImj slair-J, ibiU (ireviaiis tbii, lilioui (wu thou and pi-up).' had'ufi' M.T.-t>cd t  viitc fiir isir ^'laaci^ HurdfU. Mr. J. linrdt-u re ti-tiers Iruui tii>. bratlii-r i-ir I lajicir tii nrciiT   Aston Hi'use, May   !e09^ k�MliiU)r H|uci!it, I "nppuM mcW , Om litit da> �t May miant, ai twelve at noun. ' ' ;     KUatUMjt DARBY. Sheriff. r.tUft.fcV HOSftTAL ia% LUNATICS. E ANNUAL DINNElt of the Goremois ftlii� tlhariiy will Scat the LONDON TAVKRN Mrect,!*! Wednesdav the lOtliof MayiiisU I IjilirCanel, Ef^i John J'errv, Ksq. IftHjeHilihert. iisq. W.P. Sir Thus. P.iimcr, M. P. spoke to the IVlithllesea Electors in ISU'l insulting-ly of hired Magistrates, Parliaments, and Kings." To thesamfe Electors, be said, iu November 1806^ 1 tius is as good a topic on which, to rentier thcui tiiutinout, as the lashing and the slashing iT tlicir backs, on which BuitDtrT^ CouBtTi, and Co. so JohnSiielfiruve, l.sq. IHI). MuiseuJ, Jiq. M. P. lleary 1V�(,^, iiaq. j^Sai i'atiiier. l^>q.        James A\ tili.{iiii<, IvM). I Sliuit will Ik �ii Table ai Five <�( Jock preciiely. eb fc�. 6d, mil, tivbebadat the Secretary's Office, v tJMceuntieei, Cheapside; or at (lie i.nr uf the .jtT'RtfFTlfcTtlflSttf LAST I.NUIA MOCK.' f WMMucncc of the Kes eiiterJa.v, at ('tc fcrfiMdJO Ta�ern, 1 embrace the e.irjie:,! otiporiiiiity �4d�iji^myy�7Vip�deteriqinati"n(�f�foingti� the Ballot, (filtii May urki. nod I br^ leave to re|ieat my tincrae Mrli>}(ui, that if �acoe�sftii in my object, it will be nMDJf ti> um�e myself worthy of that boiTtfiirable biiu:i-ll^jriiUll I am aiixiuua to ubtaip by roemw of ymr i^a,l bare the hnimur In be, wirl^ the greateit leiipt-et, L:wiie�aiid (ieutii-men, Tout uiwt devoted ^il�rvIlllt, JOHN CilAMlKR. � flnwtiior-nhife, April Sfi, J80P. ,3lf.CH^.'aJIiU'ii fO.MMITTER will nvert e�rrv day Ijiatea litt fi�e u'dnck, at the Clly �f London Tavern. ''llll|KIt^it^eet, where favuurahle'c iiiiiiimicatioii� wul ' JllS^vrffeivfd. , ' the watch.worJ of the one par�y is' the best of ! often dwell with feibcious delight, as if they were " Kings;, the watch.word of the other, is the b�st | sucking the very blood, and lickir.g ihiir lijis.   A of Patriots.   Cut neither of these parties will j mudny might bealnrj;^ accident, failing an in. sUriection, though now llie chief cry i� I'arlia-mbntary Reform,     Uukdett and jMuiiy of Ekc-" have sjlready done or will hereafter do for you. I tion"  beiivg the toast, as if. we had forgotten i chuse to descend to particulars, and inform you ' " what the best of Kings, and the best of Patriots, '(^|t'*�ot'hIJvtottsOF Ji,\?r i.NuiA siocK. twin ��B t�F.NTl.EMBSr, LS'tte BectioH fur a Direclor in the room of _|.lk�taihlii, wiHti*e place on the U)th In-t.jnt, I iMtmtmll-} your Sttffragn fur that imporiitoioirice, (Mftnafwlliril I ninstsolemnly pt'd^r niysMtf l� fulfil {HwldLbf jwfavoursurceedther.tfv) with tliat iiite^rity, i*�ai*ier. Bid aiteutitm ni shall ju-iily the so)iport I ImtriKrirarrditt my CanvM. and the huuour will i^CinCr on,      |iriie�B�i Gentlemen, njl�y4. IStW. WTCLt.XM WlCiRAil. :S5%A*|^lallIl' -Tob� SlWaJttTy AtJC H O >, bi order ! B'HtM Hob. Lttnl Gteaber+le, Surveyor CenemJof ; ftttrttyV Woods uai.iWcslSi      t'cESOAVthe ytli fttlEBAIlK of about liiOO large OA IC TUKKS, X fjlW fur the Navt hi diflerent paru ol thesaiiV Forest. Ikehnicnlars uf tbe Lot*and the Condiii��i4 �f .S.ili' may fcial.Majluttcatioli/o Joseph Morliiner, Ks-q. Ower; to rwrnl Keepers of the faid Foro.il, aud at llie Oiljp* tof 1lfloik.\V>ebaU..Unaon. . '     ' i9nce Mr. AVAHi>t,E has'connected himself with 9f Fajutdi BoaBETTj'be should well con.sider the Buuoet's charafller and couduct as a public man. StFra^'Cis will toleralci no t^Qual near his mob. ^tooe, much K-ss a superior hi talent or populS' lie co-operates with no public man of iqiial nik and ability wilh himself, because His talenls ^lig but of the tlii|J class, most of them are his h�l�ctior�, afthost atl of them his equals.   To slig-^tite tbeiti qiid fiafifcr the mob is the leading prin-fjileol his couducf/tbelSecret of his pi>|MjIariiy. ���jiJ his partisans have long branded theOjipo-Stiotta^tnore servile, pe(fi;liot<'<, and,corrupt than lUnulcrs, tai no other purpose than to dc^stroy ttei? credit witli the People, that be. Sir J-'rangis, *�7 timtc under'him all sorts of tempers out of ^ftmbur wilh utir system of bovernmcnt, the ino* Roformer, as: well,as the violent llevolu-^onlit.  Miniitcrs wtii be gi ;*Sj*'!6'oiher of the couscioiis treason of conn-.�'�^^*^|ng a mail J ii%b fiy speaking insol'tingly of" % "^iwa Ahg^^ and Kings,!' ;^'2^jtp�h�.tenothin�iess than tbe sabtersitfa of fortn'.^f trOTitirnmcnt in �tirew.   Ilis-^rcaard .tirts';bts8 selrTirily, the selfish ^?\9PJR*'^!i^�"' �� thoFe occasions. '*^ii?*Uc h�T^ii*e|4ririthpUastir? the rancour, 'W�car;aity,Trith which Sir Fba.hcw has sIdcc *' What they h.ive done for themselves, we know '* and feel: what further they will dj f�r m we *^ cat) only conjecture." So infamous an iosintia. tion hgainst the Kiug naturally enough provoked the fxecraiions of every good subject, thou-h it ciideared the Uaronet to Despatin's Mob. To the. Electors of Wtslminsteri May 1807, he says, *' and " 1 assure yon that no rational endeavours of " mine shall be onliltcd to tear out the Hceurscd leaves of that scandalous Red Huuk"-of the leaves of that Red Book, which c mtuin l^is'a of King, Lords, and Commons, of t!ie Pecraije of the three kingdoms, of the Bishup.s, of the Army, and Navy, and of all the great Coinp inies and Corpo-rations, not forgetting the Curporutiun of London, Mbich so sapientty' il> iiupoaeil upon iifeto c .utnuiul jfiu*!-"!*" " liclv liieimplied itifportoftlte Iwo ailvccUieuiCiits by �Wcfi *' J on ve cailca lojjcilicr tlii!> day. They were boiii (,�. i.c-.i ' �ilh.iut       tuuiii.uiucatioii v. ith mc; aiid ilcxf >ii-'ii; .rt'ji, if iijiv iiUMji. Jiad berji all'inieu i�o of preieiiliug it.   As ;�.>i. ii^ 1 k.u wi �e-" nifU!, piacing mu iii the Cliair, 1 wrote tut fxiiowU'^ LcUcr lo Mr. I'aull."-[ ll.c LlIutI.i Wit. I'aali w;.s i:.n. read b} ft;r. UurdcU.J " \ our idler t^is m^irniii^ occasiiiiied me grcai ?ur;!riz-. , " uii'l to spiak llie trinb, some di.-plea-mc. I iini�t�t\ .(.i.i '> lo Lave my iiame pnblisiicd for uieecijjij- k � *' 'uci ii\!;.v " is lo be 6eeo (lie gre.il Kaltrfello !"j v.i.nouMiiv prfii-.n. " coiueiit, or any applicatioo lo m.-, ib a c.imui Lmte I ' btiuuld reo;iy, fiouj any oue else, regani Us an ii.nil'; " \ on were acquainted v.illi >-iiliini.i.l.- anU di.Uimii.u~ ' tioii not lodoaiiy thing, even lor ui_>, omi l.Uetiou; ani ' 1 should have tbouglii uiuii have been voifceipiejiily awaic " hf ibe inipoi^ibility ol luy cowius louvard in unj h:ii\'i " eUe. X yielded to jpur desire Uiat I tlum.il oo.aiiu.u- vou, although I should icuch railier av.iiil e\tu ibat; buL :u� I " highly approve jour conduct, 1 do nut object lo tfiat "i".-" act, ai a public te>tirn.(nj uf foch a(>|ir  to support him, the conviction of his agent, SrEriiE.s T.iiLou, and others in the Court of King's Bench, of hiring miscreants at twenty shillings a vote to jjersonate fiee. holders and perjure themselvej, some of (hem six or seven tiiiiej tjver; ab if to iheiu bribery aud corruption, perjury and siibornation oftierjiiry, were unknown ; asifwedid not reniember Sir Francis's declurationj that the two first contests in Middle-sex had cost him setenly thousand pounds-sptut London I The talk was, soihe time ago, of relurnin? Mr. Waudi,e fur Westminster-this is a tender point \ \V^c recollect poor pAUtL and his treatment- The fate of (hat iiufortuoate man should be-well consi-dercd by Mr. W.midle, how he avowedly connects himself v>ith Sir Fuascis Uuuoett. Mr. Pai li. had u.ken popular gruunJ. On the death uf Mr. Fox, he addressed the Electors of Westininster with great vehemence a:id ctmyiJorable success. A geacra. election was announced iu tw;> or tiirec 1 months afterward^, nalmely at the end of Octt/ler his object be not to^s^eep away'c*ery estal)li.';h. j liS06. Mr. Paull .started-for this City, nominated nvent from the face of this Lmd, and f.� elfect a re. j a"J praised by Sir Fiiancis UtKurrT, �ho pernd-tohition un the plan of Maiiat ami Uokicj-m; kk, j "1 ai: meetings and dmn. r.-. No o.,e iJ.ngM then can he h�ve no object but Jodiscrimia^rc icdi. | ^"^'r- P-tU''- had any il.ante of b.iog el. cted, but be possessed themost ni(fdiling auributes uf sutc.?s, an uiidaunted spirit and unremiUln;; pi-rscveraicc. To the astonishment of all, Mr. J'allc pol.'td 4,400, while the successful Ministerial Candu'aics pulled hut 4,700. BuuiJext havi.iR dcclinid to corrupt the populice, having found it nec.s-sacy to draV J.is purse-strings close at Brentford, and; trust to public opinion only, polled not quite half the number of votes which the least successful of the two Candidates opposed to him obtiined. Now, Hou.se Tooke, Bou-dett and Co. discovered where Their strength lay. They found it 1 ly, not with ihe property and iii-leliigcnce of the Frechnideis of the County, but among the niisera.'j/e wretches, in the dirty AIlijs of Wcslminstcr. Envy and jealousy of Mr. Paull were the immediaic consequence, aud a a deep regret that Sir Fraxcis had not stood fwr Westminster instead of Middlesex. Another Ge-ucral Election unexpectedly came on in the May fullo%Ting, and this was most embarrassing.- Middlesex was formally abandoned by AdveriJse-ment, on the ostensible ground of the impossihili'y of being of nse in the�e corrupt times, and West-.i�inster was the Sicret object of ihe heart.   But tr.in and n ischief. Wc spqak not no* upon ex-tracts of speeches which may havcb�en mistnte.d by Ihe Reporter, but upon uxtraeiii from bis ad-dresses puldUhed deliberately wilh his name, and p.iid fiir largely with his money. These arc nut tbe words of inomen^ry beat or temporary irrita. tionj they are worils rcsulung frpm the calm determined reflection of several years, from a steady settled feeling, from a s)stem of politico, And views tu action. Sir Fha.ncis . and his partisans know tbe people of England are attached to their King and Coostilution, though desirous of eoriecling abuses. Mr. ConBEfr, in his Weekly Paper, has traduced the King repeatedly for not paying the inctnne Tax on his private l^roperfy, and on other points, yet. at the Hampshire Meetiof, well knowing the honest dispositions of his auditors, he bettowed on the Ring the most fulsome praises, which were received with universal applause. Sir F.iiANets did the same at the Crown and Anchor.. Let not Ihe people be duped by such hypocrisy.- Sir FuASCis may nww hold measured lartgwage, and deal in sweet wotds, that he may dccoy the public into his snares; but 1.1 the uniform tenets of hi� political Hfe be investigated; and if the people a>e to assemble for the purjHise of destroy ingi how to approarh it ?   If be stood �iib Mr. Paui.l, j h was pmbalde tf�e iriterest would be so dirid.d, both.wo lid fail. To oppose Mr. Paui-l was impossible ; the place had been in effect won by him, and to have opposed so zealous, so distinguished a feilotc patriot, would have been inconsistent with aliprinciplcs of hunonr and public virtue; it would have been a gro's outrage ou men's understand, ings aud feelings. 'I'be predicament was distres. sittg. After so-recent, so zealous a support. Sir FnANCiS could uotaltogcther refuse to countenance Mr.' P.*t}l't on this occasion. Mr. Faui-l adver-tiflCd c Public I^nner uf his Friends for ihc 1st if May; Si^ f'BAVCis Bt;boett ia the Chair. Tb s opportunity was taken by Sir Fra.scis jublidy to hakd off Mr. Paoli.. The aceount in the Morning Chronicle tjf the Sd of May states that- Sir FptnciS Bordelt^ Brother, lyboattended, (.'^ir Fraacis Bu^eit biasetf was n talLe the Chair, and th.-u Mr. Pau!t'i Advertise-acflUiluid been juiblit^tf �tO.out ttsy cti3UD�i)ic&ti�a ;rith King,Lords, and Commons, let them be' fairly apprised, in die first instance, of tbe business they are undertalfing. The popular voice may now be the instrument by which bad men hope to effect their designs, but it is nut the only one they have reconrse to. "VVhch the popular sentiment bas been silent or against them, thcj' have tampered with other means, wit> th� mutineers of our navy, for instance, while in Cukl Bath Fields Prison ; and a mutiny in the arm'y seems now to be a very favourite resource. In a debatfs on the Local Militia, May the 2d, 1SC2, Sir Frascis asserted that Bri ons were unfit to be BMde�oldier� " subject to/Ac/fliA." ."Ilecould * neter gite his consent to bare th> British people �'/oJAerf,� though the Noble Lord CastlermcU WfS " the fittest mab in the whole world to submit a whole.people tp 2&< AuV* B�l he, Sir Fbancii;    would sot gff e up the people io " reproached, aud jusily, wilh ineon^istetic} luid foUy. 1 " shall pay the'jireatesl aMention to Cabbctl s promisnl U e served by taking a part, uial tiiercby aidii-p, in " the dcluiiM.   "i. ours, aoluithstaiidiu)!, very sincerely. " FRANCIS UCliULlT." " The ndvertiicinent of this day is still more offeiijiee to " nie i     il niigiit, if not thus eoiitr.idicleeuii)kd ni.-h to be * eieeied iiilo i aili.iiueni, nulv, iUisluodoig my publVe dc-" ciaraidos lo ilje eouirary.   1 beg y oU.'tJi cileiu. n, to at-" ei-jjl liiVs explanaiion iroiu ine, as lUf'aclof fairnes* ti>-wards you, wh.il>lii. ij one of sirift duty towards nnst:lf; With evih-wisii for l.Se liiippii!e..5 a.id I'r.ispi riiy oi' the " Lleciors of He.l.r.icisi. r, 1 Ui-g leave to sa ^ti-riLj luvseli, " i our amcU oliH^d .end failiiful nnnii)!.; Servant, " May 1, rt07. " F. l^LUDLri.- Tlie above is extracted from (he account of,thrt Diuner in tlie M-jrning Ckrunictc of the 2J of .May ; aiiil in the same I'aper appeared the folluw-lug Adnrtiscraent fruui Mr. Paul: - Ten o"Ll.>cli, J ri.I.ny night. Tothe FIirEand IND l-f L> lU.N T LttClbKa of Vv i,3r>iJl-\Si J-tc. The Inters that were read IhisDisht from Sir Fr.-ir.cis Bur-detl, 1 have not lime, nor bJi�e 1 meliiialion in rcinmcnl on. 1 asscrl po>Ui\ely, thai on tunday List ju WiniMtdoo, only, did. t>ir trantis niwtl ihrarlujly CJr.^eui to noiiiiiiaU! me, a- he had done larl NiiVv-ii.ljcr i.icb n .is al a (lii:i:ur at ihe Cro�n and/lucnor/, bat tnat be uou'.daiso lor IVrsi-iiiiiiiter, if chosen with ine. On .\lonilay ^ii i rancis and iry-^elf dotting at Cnlonel ville's, received lUr. 1-aukis's .tdv<.r!:seiueni f.r \ orksha.-, and then fur liie Ur.-t lime he e.tpri�5i.d liis regret, that \ U..J, retolied lo sl.i. i for \\ tslmii.sU r. �icslerdity i she�ved tne a.nemled advertis: i.cat to iHf Francis lioidi tl (wliieh nc s.\y5 ili-aiipr.ivcs ol')- tlK-D uiel v�nil his hi^iitnl iii.4ii"V
                            

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