Courier, May 13, 1809


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Courier (Newspaper) - May 13, 1809, London, Middlesex Jr.; by (be associated Artuts Ig Water Culourt, U now -jTite PRaPOlETOItS-of fiiSi'ii^oiA siouK.'*' haiidred ckinutnot-e than cnmiunn acKm�i i�'^n^i?z)^r.-.Jf^Ki3,, 1809, Price t^l haVtffaeen ,na�erotDt of vonrconcenis, tneKane tjwienwaor wim-^["0=1 �oi hayeconJidedta �e*aml ray wtmestrnttj- �/�iwenth�ifintC�ft4ep��SWWithe . . lidl���B �UiMB. r!^^ r�ilE ANiSlVBRSARY SERMON .oT: fhlfi I CbaritvwtU ben>(eaphed �a the rtivth Church.uf of 1^1"'^ Highness the UpV of QJoucester ha�j;racio�ly ii\fi{wtion -of atteaaiog liiviae Service pfqa tbtf ^''vPrlnid^ of Ibfe ^iMltatiop iixe.veqaestei Msideat, the.Most Nobk the Afnrquifof BucsiKCttAjr. . VlCE-PHE8lt>E:�T*, - il{'Cr?�theDufce 6f Hue- iiir KicJinrd C. Oyn, i)art. 9nd Aldemtan, . Sir T.|TMrt0D, Bart. JM, I�. Sir W.M'�UcrPk-pM,'Pftfr. H. C; Combe, Esq. 1*. juid Aldenn.iii, W. Wilberforccv Esq. M. P. �William LnslHu^toti, E*qr Thomus Uoiriep,.E84j. . T. J. Anj;enteih, Esq. TbaiUM Budditigtoil,-Ctq. ,Su^.EaT|ofBrtorf, . Tk^gSgWHOa-prdR?"'. Tle��MH�u- VO"^ Ardrn, KidaUwi'he �^nl Mayor, twilight HoTi.SpenrW' t��T "SwJ.tlaMdloruftheEx- ^^^Murerj Hi JTiornlon, Esq. M. P. - StEWA�ns, I, t. Adam.'. Esq. g. 0. CiKiper, i'iq. Hall, " Thomas Hills, Esq. S. I/. Kent, Esq. Churlct Mnrtin, R^q. Frrdt-ric Multett, Esq. N. W. S>inond5, Esq. William M'aUh. Esq. John Wood, Esq. Mark Wuodhouse, Esq. npHE RGlfBAliSAI. of theMUSIC to be ppr-i.*-^ **w�^�J�fcf Aftaiftttwry Meetiog of this CIl .1K1TY, �^Jk lOthe CUIiedrsI Church nfSt. Paul, ou Tuwday the JWr>��Hne AttAUenmri on Tbunday-Uie I8�h of Mav, � piwwhed before hfe Gnice il.c Ufd il(MM�{� �Jf CaiHethury, their Lordstiips tlie Bislmps the /ff'JP^'iSf J?J^J?�!^'' Aldermen, Clergy, &t. by^he HPfc*rMBIRY RIVERS, Part. A.M. * STEWARt).S. WigbncKtheUitke Wld'.AtchbUiOp t�rk. �  Bwi. B�4.Perey. Rer. the i,d:4(�>bep rrfftrd. [wiSlloa. Ld. Br�ira1�ir. "^.M�o. Ld. Dttdda.. ,H.C*iuij||pr> The Kt. Hon. CUas. Flowef, Lord MayoK . , SirJas.GriilKira, Bart. M.P. tbe Kev. the Ueaiiof Win-. chrner. , The R�v. Rich.Prosscr.n.U. Pr*hendary of Uurhanp. The Rev. W. J. AisluVie, The Rt .A.M.. John If bctor Anderdon, Esq. Peter Frcf, Ijsq. fmm^tt^v-'M^m.'-.f-t^ Samuel Smith, i^q.M.P. jpte Unit will rowist t>t the Overture of Esther. Mr J�nW!lOcttin, which it is pnipnsfd should be nmiM froih the Tuwo of Uio.c[\rall, te required in executinii. from "ewmcniwrw ofthe Cabinet to that of the Hra� inp Room : ,2f,w?'?i*'P'�V'*�n itapiuniellcd and other di?lribuli�n>, will attempt .10 endless variety in every style T'*� adopted or known. _ to rcceiits ""4b�Ki^'* ""gafied in a �jmilar undertaking, and have no that the pnbHc will be readily cnviiiced of the advaii-^^aerived from oonsultRic them, without the intervention P�rson, by which dtlay is prevented and ex- W� '^"'^.'�'"'bersto Mr. Cooper's Work, Architectural Re-J?.-!:'".*ll*.PJ�SPnt �!ate of the most celehrat.*d n-mains t.. . -..� Alay. and that he is preparing.......-5 nis Stcond l�Urt of iJecorative Architecture, consist-w designs for Baths heated bv steam.-Specimfiis i�f ibe .,,V''Drawings for tbi-se Works, tuav be seea-at the A�ihot� Roums, asabirvo. iij^ VlCTUALLING-tlFFlCK, May, 1809. lY^wL (SommiMonei-t ^or f^iOttuiling Hit Ma^ HtLLEvr D^gKOCAHlADASTAYES. to crtislstof Pipe, lIiiKiheadi and parrelSt^veiauil Heading,inthtM-foinii|rfM|�'*'���'��.'-�Ptpfc4�J2t!i saits, Oog>hea44rl2fh tartt. Battel343tbMir{(, and Heading i-l^ih part; to bi tkUvirtd IntoUu ktdmWng Stores at Ueptturd, Part>-aioalh, and Ptjrittnutht iii such av^ntUies us may tiereajfltr btitttfnatKdupoh, one half thereof by the ^Ut 0/October, \Wi,MdtSe.�th*rhttf b�th9 3lrt Jfanaary, 18111 and to /#r iy Bilki JmVA Jnturest ninctn de}p after � Jie ConMion* of ihe Contract, may be iten air:the Secrc imy's Ogkt. . Jio Teader for s le^ qoaiitity than due Hundred Mille �U1 be admitted. . iVo regard wttl be had to any Tender in mUckthe Price tinll not be inurted in �frds. at lengti, or thai shA'l nut beiUiuered . to thi ttomrd beftrt ttite o'clock -vn the said Tueidav, tht iSiinHml, nor unless tht pertim �ho mdkcf the Wet-der, _or. tone ftiton oit his behalf etttnds, to amtmer �6t� cafkii/ar._ .__^ �TliB NEW COMEPV;-On Moiiday will be published, /3.RUiyiNG'S a FOLLY; � Cometly ia Five .VllActs, now perturmiiig by the Cnmuaiiv of tht late Theatre Rbyrf. I>niT>.:Une.~Bv RICiL liEtGU, Esq. :. Br^ed for LiMcman, Hunt, Reel, and Oniie, Patinws* Wlttdi are actMfarthe Tfaeatprf Royal Cavent llardhi, aod Uaymarket, printed under the Aothority .ind by Permission .Hit the A!ana0:ri from the Prompt Books, with Biographical and Ciititsil-Remarki.-i^By Mrt. INCH BALU. - InTwemy-Bve Vols, Royal 18mo. embellished with En-, gitevings, price 61. IGs. 6d. and cm fine Paper w ith Portraits, and proof Iroprestions of the Plates, price 13/. extra beards. In a few days will be published, THE BIliLlOMANiA ; or, Book Madness : aH'rose Epistle to Richard lleber, E$q. fieitiga Sup* pleinentjo Ur. Ferrinr's Epistle on ibr same Subject; and. cmiiaioing, 1. The History of the Disease-2. Sjniptoms nf the Uiseane-3. Prib.ible Weans of in lure : with Anecdotes of JJnok Collectors, and of rare, curious, and magii'Ui-cmt "Works. By the Rev. THOMAS FROGNALL DIBDIN, F.S.A. Author of an" Introduction to the KiioMledge of rare and valuable editions of the Greek and Lafiq Classics ;'' and . Editor ofthe recent Edition of Sir Thos. .Moore's Lliopia. I'rinied for Longman, HurM, Rees, and Urnic, Pater-nester-row. SeccmdEtlitiiiii. This dnv is published, price 33. rinm RADICAL CAUSK of the FllKSENT X DISTRKSSES of the WKST INDIA PLA.NTKRS. The Second i:Jiii�n.-By \V1LLIAM SPENCi;, F. L. S. Unless in I";ir as Mr. SpciiCi" undervalues ('olouial Jl'tii-srasinns, tve find nbtlnntfin the presein I'liinphli-t which does .not. command our iinplicit n-seiit. Imlei'd there is sd remarkable a r"i. ciJrnce between his vieivs of the snhject, and tbofc adv;i:.ri'd in le opiifiunof Mr. Speiice's Merits, lest we might be accused nf unlir'Ctly extulluig our o�(i."-i.'diu-burgh Review, N.>. XXVI. p. 3S3. Printed for T. aiid W . Uavirs, Slr.-iiid.-Of whom may be had, l;ilclv pubiishrrt, by the sa.......Xiilhi-T. 1. Agriculture the S^'iirci-01 uii; Wealth of Urituiu. The Secimil Kiiuion, price I??. b"d. tti this WitIc (he strinci-'niisruncpptions relative to the obji'Ct of Hrit.iin, inilcpeniiom of c iimmerco, art? rrcliticd ; its positions eDfiirri'il by ucw farts a'ld arp;nm'iit-; .tnil u reference to the (irerisi-ly siinilr.r np'.nions of Dr. Franklin, Mr. Mallhus, &c. : and Domcilic are pointed outforall the iiiiijortaut articles of I onign Trade. 2. Biitam Inilrpendont lit (.Commerce. Sixth Edition, 2;. 'f'hisdiiv ii pu!)lishi-i!, .No. il. price Is. ti^. of [IK KIJOWKH.S of IJAII.MONY ; being a Colli-ctinn of the mo?t cilebrated Catches, Glees,and Duets, siiine he the nn>^t .nmplcat Collection now in t!ie Kiiigdi>m,aml for the convrnicuce of Country Clulw, will hi- printed iu octavo. Ivich .Number will contain twenty-four pages of Music. The most will be selected from 'A'arreiis expwive and'extensive Collection, and some of the he.H of Dr. C:illc I'uiiii-ned, in Two Volumes, price iis. sei\-ed, MAIllANNA; or M0D15RN MANNERS; A NOVEL. Printed for T. Cadell and W. Uavies, Str.tnd. - " The object i^f this Narrative, sis the Aulhur informs n�, is to jircscm a sketch of the mannrrs of the day, and yet tw avoid all personality; to satirize the rices and follies which Appear, without making the ark-the secret vehicle of scan-djil, or the conrraled in�lrument of private malice.' This de-"sign is accmpli>bed with cimsidcrable success. The inexper rienced reader will here meet with dcfcriptions of manners anil pnicticrs, which, in being thus made acquainted with them, he will be enabled to avoid; while th-ite who are im-merged in the ocean of dtj-r^patiriii, and what is call fashion-nble life, may hence dirceru th.- i)ml bJiideiicy of their conduct. Fmrn thi� No^el, therefore, iitetrurtion may beg:iined; wliil�(he pleasing manni r in which th� Uile is narrated, cannot, fail to niaUe it intcrediug to the reader.'*-Monthly He-view, February 1809. _ ' - . ' ' _L-. � � - DWEIUAL PA R LI AM EST. � HOUSr; OF Luitt.>f,, Fkipav.^M.w 12. The LoiiueM,and Lord B.*- � THUKST, sat as C;>nimis>i.'ners, at J gave the Rovai A^rcnt lo the Local Militia Aifi'-odnitiit Bill, the Admiralty Droits Bill, the Scotch Kecords Kill, the Sn.^Jir Bill, and a variety of other Bills, roosily priv.iti-, in all I'i in number. SCO ten AiM'KAL. Mr. Horner was heard at the Bar, in tne case of Frank v. Frank. Several private Bills were brought op from the Commons, and read a tint time. Mr. FRERK. Lord DARN LEY ndvcrted, lo what be had before men-, lioued,respecting Mr. Krere, whnseappointmriil tolhe Em-haisv t" Spain he dij^approved .if ori account nf libat happened during bis first mi^sion, and wlio^e conduct recently he � thought ougnt to prrveol hi4apj>oiDtuieot to any similarsiiu-aliim.; bill undersuinding that he was not in he nnraiiuited again to such a situation, he forbore to make his intended Moiiin. � � " The Earl of LIVERPOOL said he kncwflf no soch understanding, lie, it was true, disapproved of the conduct of Mr. Frere in some particulars, but bore testimony to his services �Mi other occasions. His former residence at Madrid did not create any bhjectiim to his late appointment. ^. Lord DAR.V^K Y said that he should re^rve his Motion, and viait the event of ��me new appointment of tbutGeiUle-man". , The LORDl CM AN.CELLOR inoved to discharge the or-e rr�oinmllted nn after their Lnnlships meeting lubseqiient to the Whilsimtide holidays, uhkh was agreed to.-.\djourned at.six o'clock. HOUSE ofTommons. . Mr. ROSE presented a Bill for perniittinig the Importation of foreign goodk into (jreat Britaluand Ireland, from countries in amitv with bit MajChty. in .neutral ships, nddercr-laiu rrfcnlations. Rvad u lirbt.tine, and ordered for the second reading mo Mald have beensopuer laid before-the Hoase, but that H wtis necetsary to aeeompany it by � paid to Swedta beyond the, fir>4 three laonths infUitment, nor would itibe requisite t�prupnte any vote more in the-Budget of tbil day. The existing state of circumstances between both couutEJes-yvBs such a> did ^not enable him t.> make aay definite i^ummnnit^tiontstheff one at tbis time ; but it necessary to lay the Paper before the House as a ground for tbevoteiobepropmed. ��  ;  - Mr. WHlTBRiiAO declared himself perfectly satisfied .by the expbiaalioo on tbis subjects \ �  � The Place Sale Prevention Dill was read the third time, passed, aud ordered to the Lords. , ^ FOREIGN CORPS; . Mr. WHITBREAJ3 rasa fo retire a ipotion wbiclx he hatl proposed, yei^terday, but which he was tlien indut^tl to ;defer. at the request of the Noble Lord oppostteio Mm (Castle.r(^agh). It was for a-return ofthe names of 9li (he Officers aUacli> d tfae Poreigtt Corps raistid under Culanel thtiir present state in his MajVsty's.service. It did not s(rik�,htin that Ihere could be any objection lo comply with the raolion. The whole of those Officers were known lo be Roman Catholics: he believed there were many of them who from their cnnttuct had not proved themselves to be men of tlie mdst unexci^-ptionable character, aitho' there weio many others whose conduct was certainly irreproachable. It was, however, pretty extraor. dinary, that in 1791, when the letters of service wens i-^sued to French Officers to enlist French soldiers from a milifaiy prison into his Majesty's service, a positive refusal was given by the Government fo the lale Duke of Bedford's request for a commission to command his own armed tenantry in the tiefence of his own country, under an apprehension that to trust that Nobleman with the command of his armed tenantry, would have bi^^en dangerous to the State. The Hon. Member concliitled by moving for the return above stated. Lord CASTLKllKAGII said, that he only re-questt-d the Hon. Member yesterday to postpone his motion, in order to have an oppnrlLinity of consulting with others, hdw far it might be advise-aMe to grant the return. Upon the fullest consideration, however, it was thought that the naim-s of those Officers, and their present situations in the service, could not be communicated without exposing them to great hazard and injury at sume future lime; and, upon this account only, he must resist the motion. Mr. WHI'IBRICADl said, that the names of those Officers were by no means secret; they were inserted in an authentic list of the army, published monthly, and must be known to every body desirous of learning their names. Therefore, he must consider the reason assigned by the Noble Lord as a mere subterfuge for withholding the do-cument. He could not, however, avoid remarking again, that while his Majesty's Government had thought fit to refuse the late Duke of Bedford a Commission for the command of his own tenantry in the defence of his native land, as too lidngefous a confivlenct; to repose in a Noble man who differed from them in politics, and also tovdnse to Lord Petre a commission for the command of 400 of his owtr tenantry, armed and clothed at his own expence, for the like purpose, upon no other pretence than that of his being a Roman Catholic ; still they felt no hesitation in granting to Colonel Charmiily, a Frenchman, an utter stangcr, and a Roman Catholic, letters of serrice to recruit French soldiers, at the door of a military prison, f'�r his Majesty's service, and at a bounty of 16 guineas per man: atiil afterwards, when they deemt'd it expedient to disbanrf this regiment, to turn them loose upon the public. One of tiie motions be made iipnn a former night was for an Account of the money advanct;d to Colonel Charmiily, bnt to this no proper return was made. He mii-t thirt'-fore pre-s the present moti3u,and take the sense of Che H9us upon it. Theqi*estiou was immediately put, and tlie House divided. Aves, CP. Noe?, 51- Mr. BABINGTON-moved, that there he laid before the House Copies of the Abstrait of the Returns nlalive tn the R- would not wish to postpone the iiudgct tn this account. By law, these accounts were ly delivered by the 25ih of March in every year, be-before which time it was impossible, on account of thcmnltiplrcity of pajiers on the table, to jirepare j ^htjm; and it was not lill lately that the Budget was-opened the I^thof May.  This ust?d to,take, place before Christmas, a,nd it woiiid always* be utterly impossible to get the accetiD^ priutcd before the aliening, of the Badget. , Sir JOHN NEWPORT doubted this impossibility, since Irish accounts could, be alsrays. ready; It was �f do consequence to Jay them before the House jfihey were taken away for so long a time to be prkitud; iinti he jthought that either xhvf shoulii not be lafcen away for tbis parpose, or that dupllcati;8 of, them;shou!tLbe pro>tdej}. The SPEAKER inforrged the Hod. Member, that upon a Vote of the House tiuplicatcs wrre'al.-ways laid upon the table;. ,and as to the length of time lost In printitig, the Hon. Member wnold recollect that of all printing, figure printing was the most tedipMS and intricate. I ..JheiCEIANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER asked if the only advantage to be derived from Iny-ing these Annual Accounts on the table, was theic consideration on this parlicular day ? . Mr. ROSE l^P^o testimony to the difficulty of btti;tfi_lhe Accounts rtady even by-the 25th of ed, to look at thise Account.'!, and was inftirmeJ that they were gone to the Prinlei's, and iliat fiS cotild not see thcin.. DupIiciCcs nf the Ir�h Accounts, he knew, had not been laid upon the Table, aud tliat led him lo suppose, that lh� same was then the case wiih respect to the Accjun's of this Country. . , The Accounts of the proiluce of llio War.Tax Was then referred to the Committee; when tl;e House having resolved itself into ihi: Commiitee Mr. Whartov in the Chair, The CHANCELLOR of the EXCIHCQUEli rose, pursusot to notice, to siii'mit to tlie Cctrn:;iir. tee a siatemcct of tlic VVays aiftl Means of the yar. In proceeding lo submit tlie r'-solution with �fiich he meant to conclude, for ratifying fl.e contract made that morning by the Treasury, for a Lian of I4,6C0',000/. to com[)lc(e fJie 'A'ays aslj .M.ans of the year, it would not be mjccssary for liiin la *.\ke up much of the time or attention ef the CoTTiTuitrs by any introductory remarUs. The satisfi-.Ttorv-nature of tlie contra:;t, and i!ie advan'asr'.'o'i'; 'i rtn.s fov the public, upon whir'i it hid !>� en c c I-.iifL-J, would be Siifficient to entitle it to she entn.-bt ;it-tention of tt.e C^nimiCie. W'ithoit fur:!.cr preface, therefore, he should iirocee 1 to (he im-.or-taut duty he had' to perr^rni, iti s'at^n^ :he .supplies which had been voted for the sirvice of tl.f^ present year, and then insuccessi*'" the corn s, on-dentways and Means which had bei-n pruv,i:,:,l h. serve, that there were but few ofthe supplies .' hich he had to enumerate, which had not been already voted; but as he went along, he pfoposeti to point out what were yet to be voted by Parliament," The supplies voted were- Fiii-rtieNavj (exclusiveof Ordoauce}^5.01^500  =�18,936,937 Army............................ lh,'iW,19i- Barrack De|inrfment.............. .^7.4.503 Ciommissury Geiienirs Department... I,102,ti5l ', ! Extraordiuaries................... 3,iX)0,UO-) ' ' Excess of last Year's Expenditure... 215,37'.) ^ Wakiiisr a total for the .'Viray of.. -=-21.114,720 For the service of Orduunc-;; for Kng- laiid ........................... 5,575,293 For Ireland....................... Ciiri.S'T Total (Jrdnance................ �--5,302,175 Miscellaneous Gr.-mts already voted , 817,468 Permanent hliscellaueuus Grajils fur Ireland .. r..................... 427,8M Other Miscellanenns Grants projinsed to be voted...................... 024,533 Mijkii^ n total for MIscrllrineois Services for Ibe two purts of !i.c VJiiiled Kingdom......... �-�- 1,300,033 V:)teof Cred-t.................... 3.i;)l),UJ0 Vote of Credit fir Ireland.......... 3.:0,3:a To inaSie.fTODd tlie advance to Sweden 'iU ),� 0 For'his ^iiciliiin Majesty.......... 40J,oO0 Makin^tlietolal Joint Charj;cfor tlic United Kingdo-Ji.........--51,5.?t,S12 From this total joiut charge was to lie ('edncted 2-17ths, which were to he defrayed liy Irt.ljnJ, and which amounted to C,203,D6C/. .v'l.cli ma^'c a gross total to be, provided by EogLitui (ii.c'iiiiling the deficiency of the malt ta.K for 1807, ^nui the interest of Exchequer Bills, which w^s one m.Ilion five hundred thousand pound-), of 47,5g8/J24L Having thus stated the su-piies which hat) be.;n voted, he next came to a staieraent of ih ; Ways and Means wltli which it was proposed to provide for those supplies. Mall and Pensions .................. =�3.^00,000 War 'Jaxc� ........................ ii.J -J.OOJ Lottery............................ JCU.OOJ Surplus lit Wjiv, iMe.-me of l33t ye:ir in ronseqiience of K�cliequer tiil.s funded............................=C:,757.352 Exchequer 15lll� issued under the ; of the King, funded.................. 3,154,700 Exchequer Ei'ls issued under the 4Mhi>f the KiKg, fi-ndcd.................. l,3i>i.0")> Total lixchequer Bills................ -��---7.2CS.0.')2 He had already staled that tlieamonfit of Exchequer Bills which had been funi!ed, 7,9.1.1,900/. It had been proposed to fund ei^ht milions (;f Exchequer Bills, pursuant to tr.e Re^ l-^ti n ho had the honour to propose in a iirecrdir :j period of tho Session ; and though tee oper.i ion did not proceed to the full extent expeced, h w.:s hapi-y to be able to state to the Committee, that the suiu actually funded under Ihe Bill of the presi nt Sis. sion, amounted, within a fraction, to the sumori-ginally proposed. Sum apprapriuled to defray the deficiency of Jn;t Yee-r - ... - =^576,216 In the hands of ihe Paym.isler of �xrhenu�>r f.ills for intere.t on Ihe sam^, rendered n.^-l-'s- bv die ' funding of hxcliequer t'l'.ls, ;.i.d a;ipr'p'lated to d.'fray iVe inttr<-sl Oii ibc three uiillmns i!ue to the Bonk. ----- 2SO,0"!0 It was prjp^td a'so to issue Exchcqirr Bills to cover his V'ote of C'rtdii, 3,000,00^/. The Loan fir the yeir was fourt. en niiiLniis six | un-dred thouiantl '[oinid--, u) nhich thrci- miilii.ns were for Ireland, and sit hundn-d ihouijnd pou ;'3 for the Prince R^geiit of Portugal, sj that th.-Loaa ;