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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 12, 1809, London, Middlesex                                FRIDAY JfJr 12. UO. Price 6r.o' ^^^^'^^Ii.;T 'RS .ii-EASi'InOIA STticS".      Tr-li-r.TU.llL:3 till liOrANV.-.Dr. Tuoust".-^   jpAHlTAL VV.UiGOX HO�Nl>i,ivAGG0N'S, �^"."ft tj rill!' *�'lticll I lia^ft nee|l     ^euUcHtciJuml, Ij^lirs^^l iiU liiiUae, .N'.i. I. Ilimt-.lrrfl, Mjiii-    itr. IIOIWNS, at.Mr. A\ lierlius-, lUc Htll inn, SmitlnSclJ, J^;�u Jiave culidedlo nit-;aijitluy \yanHc��j:r*li. rr,U SIOCiiT eav.-----    ^ >ot>)^urt ivliich I tawwri'w**""*^ I iQ�t brtiamc.allaDdiilate fur v�mr G!��firiii ilfliTaiina'ion'��jihiiiirdtii riw baltfif�� die f^HSoi iht iuteriui lu ju>ti(y tlie cuiili({cuce Ctcy bute IJiif iaJwifi""          .   Udit;s.'4nii .<;i:l rijilit ill ti)t: eveuiii*; f(i ( 'J',ljuri(Eiy i;v,ehiu#.- 'Jiie C i>l' Lttiidoii Nen'kpiilti:rit^� soiiii ai |iitiili'{leii iiiTotiii, fffitt-larly fofKard!) tueiii n� any prt of the Kiii;;tlmii, ii..sta.;;e tree. \\. M. bi'f^ Ii-h-ve lii jiitohit ItiOir (iriiilcnieii \vU!> mny y.ivour bun Hilli Ihiir Orders, jhiH r.very rienum sU:ill he � iiiude {��iii-ure an early and regular di-livery. S.li. Adterti>euteiilii received fur :iiid iiisrrled in :iU the I^aiidmi Meuyik'.iirrs uilh iliegreniesl tl.^|l:llch. blttU Tl.'i- drt> i^ |ltll;li^lnd, ui(h-ti.u*irt.-raMc ad- ilitiiiiiii and alu-rdlKin.-, ik luw hUlilluu of � SHORE'S TH:KAT1;�K ou^ JUIKWINC.  To which lit .".diied, DTrrclliiiisfur ntafciii^ Ciins;er Ueeraud , m Tf�� made Wiiies. prit-v-y.'. Sold by Mti-u. l.oiipmaii, Hurst, and Onue, I'ater-t)U5l W, and iiiay he li.nd or .noy limiK^eller. iiiur4:6�V the tjtlt uf Ma.\, aVTwelve o'Li.iek, a To.tui i�f 'I'KN ia|iif:U \V \(f(;o.V If tUtSKSi m excfllc-iil Cuaiti 'ii, autl must iif tUi-id tiiily ki x yean* ottl have hen reRuIarly \(iirkcd,:.-ilt f a Uinri Car fer, ivilh Jlariie^ cuiujiljfte; dl'i't � ktnir;; built llullx-r VVa;:gi>ii iu c-iuijileie lO'tit-t'i Hiid weil worih lUieBtii'n to w irrirri, nnd -iilheni. May he viewed lui Frid.�> iic�l, h> �, n uiix.U the ilell inn, U e.l auiitljBeld, h her�; Culah>jpie. li'ay he li.iil ; at tlie i;i)ic ISiiar, White Chaiiet' L'a>tle:uid i'alcniii Alder.- ; ealr-�lr..tt; : .i;i*ek Bull;  Hi>h�jj�saie-rtTi:u, Tatroii, in iPiif. :"' > - It, tbe^oi^Kohle the Mq^quit of Lt*LlkiVcU:iK. ,      V^�.E-P!��ts^lJE^rJlt ,Gn(e(]ieUuIie of Cuo Sir KicMid C. GKu, Bart. aial '.lldvmtan, SirTA'4'ttrt'.i, Hart. M. I'. Sir W.McHerP. pji, i*;ir�. U. C. Cmibe^ t'H. M. P. atid Ald|.>riik-in,' TV, \Vilberf�.rij',.r.fq. M. V. Willioiu IkI,&q. Tbomni Hills, Esq. a. L. Keiit, Esq. Cbarlrc Martin, J>q. *T����lit,iVluUrll, l.sq. U". S\mond.s lirq. WtliiiUri Walsh. \L*q. Jutrn Wood, i:sq. fllari Wiiodhouic, Esq. Ao rollection afl�^ X)iiit)er. Vkhuse pit9r>e?siuii .mU.\MK.NT.A�V  Ithl'ORftl. lITaMKJCri.VG.of the Frirttds of such a Hr. �nL fiMDii! ituiild secure to the People the reality and uses |ifRcjiA^Diaiiiin in Parlianirut, held at the Cr-wn aii:! WwrXweio, Strand-, LiifiCon, ou AJouday the Itt May, SrriUXCIS BURDETT, Bart. M. P. in liie Chair.' fItiibKwolvpd, , I.Tbatll is "tile grand principli? of the.C�itslii'itii)n, that iktl'fnplesliall ti.ivea thare. iu tlie GoVeniiiiciit, liy a jurt fffWHmtaiiouin Parlianfyiit,"' _ffaiIht lui'g diirati'Ui of P.irliaiurtlls gre.itly faeili* ^Wtkeromjjjiriooiif the Members, aiid removi-s that w huh-^Pcifrt rcuiifroutnti itbeir c�iidu( t,'a fre ciuiouuK*�ait^<' t<� the llnuse of C'm'i-touniiiefiUi Ma;, iTg-j, itwaft6aVrj;d;tu tie pruvcd uttiK; *'t"ttei laliiidhfidualidid, t�v ibeirown authority, ap-m4ot jirufurc the return � ritv lit the Atrii.l.r., i.f toaimflM. Jioc�e are so Returned that the Naiinn ir im.i pitutniii:illv repn-tcated; thougli it is taxed to suppoi r an mrtort iifsfvtmy niilliongMerliiij; a \ear. LVii-*'.Act (coajiiigidy callcl "the Act of Selil'--^m'th placed tlie llouieirfltrunswick on the thinne "WHralaw, it was a-w-ried aiid recojiniied a* the i; �'�ll i�cr fe a�i�in�t CireiRii toe,.. hf*inlah ':'"'''b-.tb�J�ej� and glaring evils of wM.h '^>*(^i-' " "'o^^'-JTytii havereiourfe to ilieoreti-HtKwii'i'."'': <'-'i"t?'f"V*,exp�tinu-N in   rcnwtd) K tp. be f-und, andto Iic.found J^**i�w>J-'�'"" y: l"**�*lfri!, ^5fl'*�aK..a nimerty equally iii-r-'.i.ary '**�f3lhe*^CouulT\- the Happiness aiid Jirfepen- (N . t'ld. AN ADDRESS to the VEOVLK of ENGf^ANI) on the abso'.uie ncrc�ity of ti It i: KU K M in PA K LI A-MKNT.   To u hich is annexed, complete Copies of Alagna Charin ami Bill of IM,;hts, with expian:>firy .Notes. By a rUlJE I'lME.M) to the CO.S.SI i I'Ui lON, and nuthiu; bit the Con-iiiuiion. lUigland expects every .Man to do lii- duty "-Nei.son. Printed for J. IJlacKlork, y^i, lloy:.l l,xeliaii!^� .1. liua-trtati,.0(7. Strand J Slid �old by R. KidijM ay. Hler.ndili.^. �* This Address is worthy the sen.iif attention of every Et>f;;lithnian who love^ the I'o'ni^iiluliiMi of his Conniry ; aU'o a t}enioiiitrution on the i:eres-'i  and ailvaiila);e of a Free Trade to the l-^ast liidii';,aiid of a icriniuatlon to the projcnl inoiiojioly of the liasi liiili;i Coiii|ian\. " Exclui^ive ConipauIc:i arc uuiia.ccs in every respect." I>u. .Au i.M :Smitii. M1S.S TAYLOIi'.S .MKMOU.'.s of .MliS. CLAllKK. Till'd.iy is puliliihed, eli-g.-intly jirtiiled on A fine Uhawiep  tory and Inlri^net of many Char.et rsinllieUrsl Cirileo of l-'a'iiion and llinU Lil'e: and conia.i i u tlie vvlmie "f hi-r Corri-pondi-nceduriug the time she U\iit n;idrr tie Priitec-tiiiii of his Uo^al lli^line� tlie Ouke of \ ork, th>- calla.ot l)ul�e's Lo\�e Letteis, and other iuieresring Papersiu'\er be-fori- pnblibhed. Charms such as her's would stir an hidy hermit.-Oxiv a r. " ."^uch Helen \va?. ami �ho can bhinie the hoy. *' i l|^t in so bright a Oaine comtKo'd his Tr roignatioi: ut the olhcc ol Commander ui Chief. TliiidiiV is publishei'., the -Mhiun I'ns- i;iii. Airs. Cl.irke, and iML-s Tav lor. AGIKGLf.VIslTA.VTlAL JJ KI'OliT of ihcKVI. DENfE and I'HUCl. I.U i(.S upon itie Cll XRt.i.S preferredagainit his Ri,>i' \L Jl it..l(.N l.s.s ili.- Ul.iKI-; <. L. : UARDU;, E�(|. .M. I'. l.."f..ie li.e ![..oounil.l.- Il-n-.- oC ('oniinoiir, includii ^ (he e. li'de of ilii- (Jii/;iiial I.iili ii ut" In j Royal lliiihnear th.- iJli'Kl.of VOitK, ll.e Sji. rchei- ii.i- 'I refily l.'il-eiiio full, of Ihe various (.iruitier-, with ��ill. t'o* j otherdoruiiienli pr'.ducrd in the (mimii-ot lln-mw .-it;alioii, : and tlie.di'1-ision of the Hku.c of Conioiuns ujton Itiis vi-rj lia- ; poibtut -ub.ett. i Ui.le*s Coriuplioii be .itlaekr.-l, .i.-ittiLclieil Mr^os'*' too� thi? c-iuniry w ill soiMi t'.ill ai! rri-\ jirey to �,{> ii.v.i.ri!e enenij,." A!r. \Vauiii i.'s (Jpeiii'-f;       � li. Por ihe nrroiMnodatioij of those t�i x^lom ii nav nht l-c ronvenient to pnri'ha:e the wloili-i.t "i r iin:f, tl'.ia n.o-f io-tere.-IioKf Work, max �i--> lie '�\uii lo 'I'liri'iN-ci-rlit St.\;>iiiM-*Nuinl)err, < aili ii:!eo in every pariiifine IJriti>h l.nijiiif_____^ .    , HOUSE OF COMMOiSs. TntjRsolY, Miir II. . After a few ��li?ervulioi�slroiii .Mr. J). t;�ui>v, .Mr. lli-ii-Bivar, iiod..Mr. (\lderiuaHjCo�jUi;. the th;i-d,reading: of the Ulackfriurk SuodiiyTull Bill mA.-. posLpunifd till this day f�rt- brouuht.iip a I'vtilion from the inhaliittuits of Wii^eii.-til, p.rayiii;; aj;ain:X (he reju-al of the \>onllen Maoufatlory Aclr.-Uider.-il to lie on tiie i.ilile. Mf. SH.-lWK LEPEVllE moU-d, that art hiinbl- .\d: drOsa be prvfenitd to his .Majesly, in order ili.si iliere lie laid beiorettie Hoo^-a t'op^of Ihe Uepi-rl ni;iil.- by Ibe C"in-niisiioni-r> lippoiMet) )o inquire '.nio tlie >t,nc oi tlie iiiaua^e-iitentof Cula UatJt PiehU I'ruon.-t)idered. (      /*avi(;aiuk\ .u t. , .Thtijltttise havijigreaohred into a Coii'init'toe upon the Ka-Vigatioii .^cl, � i     iVIr. ROSE stated il to he hi^ object in the introducti'in of i thi:i present Billy to perii^t (he importiUiuu of Anioi'ic^n � Cioods on Aitieric.'in lioiloniii inio Ihi? countrv. Mr. UHITBREAO was j;lad. he said, that such concession bad been ulade as led to that conciliatio::, wliich lie i tniitcd bad oot been adopted towards Anieriva loo late; a I )>raiialion towards amity i\Uh that country had been cuni-lurnred. and he Ha^ inneVpJsa.snl at pereeiviiis lhal the late �Orders in Cotlucil h.^d at I'l-ftst been aubttaiiiialiy aoandoneil. He would wish However to know, as far as it wimid be pr.>-per.to push iaqiriry,-how wc at present stood in'rclaliun x6 Ailii^rira. PORTUt.LKSI. ntC'iiONAKV. Tliis day *a^ pHhlished. in lw  ii .,r.iv d, with Ilie Poilucuere \\'ij/ih (.lop^rlv iieiei.li-i; lo ta>'ilit;.tc the Pro-tiuneia'iioii lo f.eaviiris. I'rire It. Its-, in hoards, ADICriO.V.VKV oflUi- I'JUJUGb'KSE ami l-.NtiLISil 1. \ Nt'iMtil  e and l-iclisii, ai^d li-^rli'-li .iii'l Polllline^c; vrlu-reio. tiist- tlie M ords af t-xpl loieil in ilieir dillmiii iiieaniii;;s by Ex-�iirple� from the /' i J'ojiii;;iic.f .iilI-J ii H riii-rs. .Se-coiidl)-The l.lviiiolojiy ol'liie I'mUi^iiese fti-uera.fv indicated fioni ill'? I alio, Araiiic anil mli. r l.ai BiiajeJ.- riirnngli-oul the wlui'e aif iiiier-iit'it-t-d :i ;:ri';>t Luiiib--r of Phra-ieskoid Provirhi-I!y .-iN 1 IU�N V \ 1!. VR \, TransJaiiauo. Printed fur I-'. \\ imravi', ,1. J..lii..-.in, J. Walker. .Scatch-rrd.iiid Leileni.iiii; V criinr, Hour!, aiirt ."jharp ; U ilkie and Robinson; t uliull and ;M;irlin ; i.oiuinan. Hurst, Reef,iiiid tJnKf ; Cadell.tid l)a� ii-s; Caikiii^'ion. Allen, and Co. ; J'. Booses; lil.iiK, i^'^rr", and ivinjrlinrv ; J. MatrtoaQlJ. Riehariisnij; .1. M. l,'icliaid>n:i: .'. t;i'ibhrj J. A>iiiTnr; Pa^iie and .Mackiiiiay { nod Duluu itrni Co. iViien^ mav i.e had, A yt\\ draoimar of i.ie i'i iorlv necent'-(i, 7.-. 5 cs iip-in (hi- rtijti^i^rnl jiailsof >ii.:rch of Ibe P"r">i-<1 fiue.e taiR,iia5e. relVrnr;; to tiir. Vieyni's Uramiu.ir, I'.iiin. �ji.6<\.-    ' /    . .\oea Gr.-iTni:)a5''c.i I'ontv^-ieza lni!l<-za, a tjnal ter*r p.ira Iiisir-iiraos ri�r?tisitexc*t!.-i i.i.-yii.-. ii i;le-/-a, Svn. �js.i.d.li.is. IJirtoriii Ue'txii hrar. ne ^'iMUlii.aia, li'adi��ida em Poitu-gue^, H)�iI�_l*Jioii. ii-. lio.^rfN. t^�itl'aii.i r�, bio.;')s. Gd. b-'ar rih-tcr'niite < "rl(* r .4./hujio de Alorai" >ilva, .i.-iiii-ral do Rio ilc.J.-uieiie < �riiiii)�i ;i�iti{j of previous notiee to tht prtion accused _ �aS rejected, becaise iheouduet of those persons alluded to in that allair was con>iM.red as iiite-r�siing with the priM^eges of Parliament.- From the time when his honour^bie Friend near himhad Ciiirred upon a discovery of ihcaboiKis in the navy, to the period at wJi-ch his other Hon. Friend lulo.v hiw had proceeded ou the iiivesiiga. tifiif of  ir John S'. Auliyn in the year. 1731 was .a strong illusiraiioii, which he i^oiild adduce in the prisent instancf. On the mea-is which itfe Trea. httry p"S5e^5iJ of iaii'j'JDciug the di*p'.>sal of bo- ^oughi by a[)ply|i.i^ thereto the t iKes of the country, the 11,011. .Nieiubtr strf(n!;'y animadr^.ned. lie j)fougiil Prwaril the clses/if three b irou^hs wherein kuch jtiHuetirc hatJ h�.Ti exercised. In one (ih? borcngh of iVew:irkJ OQQU/. had been p�id t�. intl^eiice,. Ihe i-eturn of a Member thereto, 'i'he liro others �vefe Hasiinf^s aud Banbury,   itt Jnc /if these a person (josseisiiig a situation of lt)C/. a }i'ar in the Excise d-partmettt, was the i^tuniing UlTirer.   iSnt he now csma to the cose of i^u^t ag^ravjiion, tiaiiit:ly, llie itidjjence cxer-ciseii iJ/^ the Trcasory in ll.c rf^twrn nta:!*.' for the li'irodgh of Ciishel.   In thi'� instance its rcsoln-li-jnii had tlirt only been violated in the teeth of the Iloiise, but ilso :i� act of jjfeai injustice had been done to an h.Miiuirable in (ividnal.   That indivi-jlaal, when the facts of evidence were heard At the IJir i)f ib-j House, would, he was convitMrcJ, meet Willi the esteem of every man iu the cuua-iry.    lie shoulif now f^titv the features of thti cliaige.   ile had heird Ihit a sum of inmey hail been paiii to Lord V'iscoiint Castlcreajrh, through the Hon. If. ^Velle^^ey, by Qniii'en Pick, Esq. for ; rvcurini; lii"^ return to Parliament for the bo-rough of Cijshel.   He bad also uodi?rstot�d th.it. Via  Right  llonourable  Spencer   Perceval  had been  a   party to   tlie  said   transaction.    'lliat the said  Qnintcn   Dick,   Esq. having inftirtn-cd Lord Viscouiit Castlcreaijlf of tlie vote which he intended to uire on tlie atiair of iiie Duke of York, was inf(;h;ied by the said Lord Viscount Gastlen-agh of tiic pc jxiety uf relinquishing his seat, ratlier ihan prnceed to siicK a vote.   On this Subject he (.Mr. Madock-^) coiifidently hoped the House would vindicate its digiiiy, ami express it>i aversion to siicii un warraniahie ( r.iciices.   If they did not, Iliey would come into (iiscrcdit v,ith the cntntry, and cmlidence in ilie Parliameui wouifl no longer iieeniertaineii bv the [leople. Lord FOLKSTOXE said, llial in the rise of Mr. Shepherd, evidence iiad been heard at liie IJar, and yet the person accused .^aS not diaclcd to attend in his place. The ;\obie Liid instanced the case of Sir Edward Seymour, as in point with the present transaciiorj. It appeared to hiin on ttic wiiole, the Honourable {iciiticraan shoni.l pre-puse his motion, previous to any defence biiii.:; en'eretl into by the iiijjlit JJuii. Geiiiliini;n op-posiie. The SPEAKER was obii-ed to the N..b!e Lord forcaliiiig the atienliun of ilic Hmise in the jir�ce-denr, biitwisi;cd to i;iiow ivlK-l'i. il would enable him to observe on ai ihe diliL-ri-nl tendencies and bearings of the tpi.-stion ; but as tiie course was otherwise, must abide by tliat course, as the most expedient tobepursud. He confessed that, with respect lo llie present ociasion, Lc had felt and still felt rtmsiderable doubts ua to the course he should pursue in the addre.'-s he nhoHld make to the Hou.-e. If he had felt that this -case was one of an onl^nary nature, in which a criminnl proccedir?g wa* prop ).�ed agjin-t any Member, or a Minister being a Member of tlut U)u-e, he .should be disposed to meet it by au open denial of such part of the siati-ment made as was unfounded, by an expiana ion of what was incorjcct, and ty an c.^.iminatien of tlie law ii|>on the suhjeci, to indifce the Hju.sC to come to a pro-^r r ojii::i "u the qms-tion ; but he could no( look on �he s-jbject in that light. The course of pr.iceediiig [if v.ntcd bun from that. The Hon. .Memb r had, indeed, sia'eti, in the coinfnencemeiii, that there was, behind this mo'iitii, a mass of oihet matter in be enquired inty, whether a^alus: him he know not, gr.whether ic   

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