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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 27, 1809, London, Middlesex                                10 mM will roiiliiiiiC until Uu>k.  Ad>: J^L^^;i^^n,-|if the I'AN Oil A M'A, ^ ^k^tS^^**^''"*^'^''''*''?^*"'* celebrated .......      h't'ifcspot ) Ppea TW. Principal (JJktiri Jinik Comh His il-ijcstnt. fieua fh berfkt t^tve Wow^, .a^t i� rilursJtt ,      S'/t bfJunen:xt, at On: oC^o^i Ot^f^X -c ______   -. i >____i.....i_____ ^-..r..-___..".a'j____t.. c 'Wthe co�'flf ibfriippral r i!s the L'uivt-r ity nf ,' ... ^.   . ..u-----ttifntintjo : !n'^eV;i|e�r Frank vM'.-;u�ktt^tf deferred, as we undcr- .......____, ,______       ____. . _^ st"i-    1'  rlt, in J>8ex,/o Ufs-M'ijc*t^':$ itMy^r^ .al iJ^MBrd. . lbcJrifiiiii..Vi. iuiJreaa ihu-Jirit tlmft. , ^UFQrvi of iheTiniderninybefttntlftitOmM. ''^'f      '; ^Awftjo^efruin ifarCoiunjuwi ;tmMHocfd to- iht-ic I,i>r4-WTenicr voiit b: recdted afttr        'f^CUt^mthetbqiOf i'osll}]|i�||iul ijle lioiuejof l-'am^^ disagreed u itU ihcir .l.m li- OAU T1MU1-,R, more.or k-s, fiom Shfirwottd n�lr�l,>o Deptford Viird; a-(falsifor cunu.ylng ni?lMt ebreuzbt to thVlKtof-.ilinse;Wiiciples by ytiicb alitiiu ^^^eJKnsteucc-aT! Freedom uf Nnlipua eaube pre�erveU  Petsiins dewroMot nvbeivinethU Jouriiiil iio'mettiaiely nafilibitiod; are'readesied to oVdci* it'df their.res-pec-Jiijitie�' d^!�Sid.-^ Ail Per:'' lii-�------f------ -:-^-- . V        i.t "^|i�ittilu*ffVcka^ - ftW ButltT -3 l,lM�i(ouevEsq;U'>2i). 0 l4|itetlltbbiert,jiu�.litqia 5 BenjaminHxphouse^ Ksq., luurB on jil'^ OefuieOnd uClo}P( on liii tmd 'desday,' tlle' 6iA  tf/^'Juue nej', nor unicti the J-'eriun iBhov}ff>>* ill* I'ttuler, or FlCE, Muy s3, 1809. . Jt � ty^s Aauy do ..hereby give Ni4ire, tjtat on Tpc*^, (lie l3Ut !>/Jiihe next, tfiii/ aful ie read^ to receive Tenders ih tenting, (sealed upf jftml treat far if OAT Hundred Chal- drcii)? (each consislii- 7,.^fc.*:.  iir.-�-fcio�--i o/i�llTSTAXFlK_.. . cargo vr carg'nei'i iine Aalf lUerehf iii the space of .si.c ueeks JrxhA tU* iluie uf the Cinlckcl, (ludtlie ollif.f Itall in.six.aeikj ttflencards, utnd ai\d teeal/ter permUling,'iilottgslje.l/ie fKjJarf of fjii ^fejeslf.x�'� Victualling 'Prauists lU V^ynfilih '"'       - - "    ^     paid for by Bills piiyal/le,:Killiin- MiuistLTS that wc had I^ken no jiart in itr^iirg Atis-iria to tni: presetit war.   He �as� satisfied, nJm-J i fliehss, that the Vote �f Cn-tiit wtfyKstial, tc^ifl)* i able, arid neCcss'ary-.   It was ^HAMvAf tlwirarbJOy huinUte'Addicaslo bi^ tbankia^ him fo.r L>^hato?er miiilit he thr iss.:e of the �ar^ th*t G�>. i and assuring bjut -of the r^a.Iincss oT Ibat IJouse i u moiicrate extent, :he cfPort? -f tbo li-.mjpcgn _niir to comply with the inicntVwns of his Slaj.sty. Tr.e ' tfcns against the oppr-.sM�fi# of 1-ranee.   Ihci'tt _      , .ntrad, may    seen at.ihi'Secre' tdry^Olfict. - , Ifo regard bh ktid to any Tender in-a/tich Ifte^ price shalllUii ie insertid. in fepr.ds at length, of that siinlf.ndi Ab dtlivercd^ to. th?. .uourd .btjare One o'clock on' the,sum Tbi'sdaj, the i>f irrbt tiext, nur un'tsB the i't'nvnwho viakti tlie 7Vnder, QT soma ftrsun on his behulf, ucituJt to anstcer tehell called fir. of itsohanctfif-k would Jase no'JUqg .i>r iti/airre or Its lilgh-repotation.   It yvoulii have th ie thtl�rt    LI VKitI'txH-rov--ard ,    .     jf i,a,iiioned Administration against an itn-iBWlwed tt��i� liOcd�blys �tf tne stjbierl t.t nuikrriKO, anil [ .  ITI""^ S^^. .rri.''. i.-i.-.j ,,        j proper e-^pt-hdUurc of money oa Continental con- to c;i.iicd i necttons. L'.rd iipRfrTGDOy was tSippy to hear from  tbeu'juuveS lfc(tt_tr�t-ii-'^l/ l iir.-^f AmcudraentJ-ou "the saTd Bill, tvbidb raolitm v*.i i|;Newsp'aper^^ tJtken �i^ittt^ MdraiDS Chroilcle, Adverli-er,- Herald, I'hit, WliniB, Sun; a9d ?i urier, Cob|�ett's.Pi>lUical Ili?i*tir, J�wj^llMei*er aba RevTeV, tCeviews; Migaailnes, &c.- Tm of fubKi^iytiiiin''for the above IloomSs. perjnnnth. .. K B. f Um of aid ^pei^ for 1807 and 13u8 to be sold rea-. - �- � ' '- � ^ ' .�  �     -   -� � ' ' � P;.NOBI^EMjeW and GENTMuMKN.- L ^aStiasitRatioaas Garpbngr and LandSteward, aeed JMan^; n native of Scol-�Skd i; nas a thorough knowledge 'MWlMsiMsiiaallitsTariuus branches; and whose charac-Wiirftmhisjast sitoatibn, for assiduity and liidustry, will �ar (tie strittest invcsti)^tioih>^Letter3, poft-'aaid, addfres.��l ^^^sjWj^^^ate^^PoitolBa, Slock>�^^   will beimme- "^^jrrV�J;Ae^ PREjSSES (with bodies and wj,: �.^*****- flptnplete), tquare Mantles, lone sind short .( A*, artvei; Smri^ Tfick'^K, Chemiset�. Half-kerirhiefs, ' vSSi Anii<�vt(,-T]iiiui&,'Annfe Bnllen, Queen Ctitherine, ^J�Bu?otBe�,iC?q?�jall.on British point, warranted to W\Md PatctitNelj Black, liaceOrvjscsV with new and gttnal Dndej^; doir�t be distitigiiUh'ed from Frencli Uce; WMBeverj eiencnt Oancing Urevses dn Paris Crapes and Md^?i?V?*'v'"'*'*jB�nt borders both white and coloiirr^ t S.?!?! r"?''#'V ali purposes f�r the inspection �f the Public. _ The iibuve P.acut Lump cainiut be bad atany otlie^ liuu^e i:i to w n. �     _. _' HlO Uoyal Family, a.iid Ladifcs and GeHlleinen _  of JfashioB, use ftUSSlA OIL, for moistening- the Hair wheri dressing, wirich is so grekl a uDiirisinT ti>thc Hair as to, prevent it turning grey to all prriixl.--" proniutfS the ' growth, ani! prevents it.-, failing oil', and fe  AiXGLO MEIUxNO RAMS,. ';T>-^"uiisborn, being part of the Flock of John II. Lucas; I^. of Slapleton Hi>*e, near Bristol    As a great many of 'these Sheep are handsnme^ itiid the-w�ol of them as tine as that itnporled from Siiainf fhis Sale is well ivortb tbe.atiett-tioH iif tjeiitleiiu-n ami l-"armers, breeders of sIlr^p.      " Comfortable UueHiiiji-iiuuse and Gardi-n, Alile-eud Koa'd, with immediate possession.-By.Mr. PAU-LIN, on MOx-- 6.4.V, Mayi5>, I8a9, at twelve oVJock, at the Pbccnix Tavern, RntclilFe-ctbss, A-\rery desirable, conrenient, antJ respectable i DWELLING-HOUSE, with a foreCouit, good'Gar- j den, &c. pleasantly situated on (he North side,'and iDust prrfrral)le part of Mile-end R�ad, near GloUe-l.tne, iti the occnpatftjii of .Mr. George Christopher, removing to Lincoln's Ina Fields. � The house contains, in the aitic, two good nwms and lanaiiig; iu tbe second story, three good chambers, with a dressing-room and landing; to the principal sini^, eiurance-hall;, dining and hreakfast parlours, kitchen, wash-. house, large yard, garden, and good celliiruKe. .   �* 'Hie premises are held by lease^fur an 6nexpired temi ofnine jears, from Lady-day last, at u ground-reut of SO.guineiis per aiioum.. -.pSr May Uevicwrd four d.iys preoeding the sale, whc particularsm.i.v be had on the premises; at the place o >ale; the Ship'Tavem, l.eadcahall-street; and tff the Auctioneer, Broad-strret, Hatcliff. 'CtitffctfMttUoo whatever with atiy otbet' V\are-5^:K.ED: or X3REY HAIR.   The liAr re. changed,' iSS^^f*!** hade efiBlack, Brown, or Anbum," by by means so uerfectiy inni>cent* they tbe Kjebrow*, fiVeteih**, and- Whiskers, " "St s^etjr.  liie HiJrlrtiay be dressed inime-- Noble Eari took a short ri;*iew of tliu circtsm. a aTiccS.thiitliiid occanoned hivMaje-fy's .Message, and s iittjd that ^he{)v^^eill contest inU) wliidi Aus. tria hat! entered wiiii Fritubc, iind arisen solely outof Kt*r own view "of the state of her Einpjre, and tiie tlah^crs with which it \v'is meira.jvd by the oppressioii and ambition of tht cnoiny. 't'fic G�. "Verhment of ,this "country hati not by any ar^u-nieat ior persiiaii'iii, or by the exerciJcof tiny sort of iufliience wb^icver, contributed to the tft-termi. natiori which the Emperor of Austrii had tieen advised to niai;f. Utit whatevi*r tnij^Jit be the crfse with, respect to that p'>infj ha believed (.-hat not obe.of thi'ir [.^rdsUipS cotHd ciitertuin the sfnaH.st 'diiubtas.tb tirti justice of tfcegnat cause in whrch Austria had engaged in wtsr with France. On that subject he'beiieVeiJ there Could be but one op.ujit)n. lie ihervfore hoped.that their Ij;ird-.sbips would be wnanimoiis in their vote iir favrmr X){ the Vote of Credit vvhieh he was about to iiiuve. A similar rote during wiir had beca liie itsif^f practice of Parliament; and it was certainly most ds. siruWe (o afford evvry pnitJcablefaciliiy to Austria in the-exisling coullict, in resistance to the overbearing ijranijy and tiitbotind.'d ambition of the FR'ncii Goverjiiiienf. The tn-aiy *hich his Ma^ jeSty had eoncluded with the Kmp'-r >r of Austria couldnot he laid IJcfoV.; the Huna^ tilt the ratifications wfri- e.xcliatigcd ; but he took that ojijior> tunity tostattt again to the House, tliat that treaty contained nothing wliatevtT of a subsidiary nitntre. All that Govertim'cnt now a-ked was a vtJ'c of .Credit for the sum of tJiree ifi'llfons to be )>l.iced kt their dispo>a(, and to' he u.sel by flii-m as cfr-curnstatices might render it lldvticit)le to (li-.pose of it.TliiJwas not asked merely �itii a viivy to t.'.e aiTiirs of Aiistria, butwitb refereiit^e id bL�f 'di'idt nil ally of Portugal, aiiid to the cause of Spain. 11c was hajifiy to say that the interests of the Peninsiila did njt appear so desponding as to (-.au.^fe u.s to rf.'rl^c f coit-tinuance of our aid to those who had so noblyj so gallantly, so patfio o. lifcy of thi.s c�)un^ry to continue its af.sistaufc to {Kern; tV'hat might be the nsult of (?ie contisfj It was impossible to foresee; but wliile tlie !?pa. iiiardsdid n�;� despair of thein'^-|-cs, while they evinced the same manly and patriotic dispo-iitiini to defend their righis and their inde|)eiid.nco, he. tfusfi fed. that their Lordships would feel the propriety of assisting ihcm ia a cause, iu the ohjtt of which tvery one must-syiiipatbise with thein^ and wish' ihein success. Hi repeated, that in the case of the Austrian war, th-Jt Government l);id in no respijct been urged by this country. His Lordship concluded by making hi-; motion. The Duke of NOIlFOLiv said a few word?, in which he expressed bis seniinicnis on thegr-ai necessity of taking care,of oiir own rcsouicc.-", for ihc purpose of our own proit'il!i;n. In po'iit of justice there was no claim upon ms frwin Au-tria, nor any further claim froi'n .Spain, though Ise would add, that he wi^hed iheuv every' success in their endeiivours. There was, however, a dutj' x'ihich we owed to ourse-ves. .If Fra.ice siiec .edt-il aijahiat -Austfra, which was but too pTobable, iheii he feared a similar success jvould be obtained b^ France over-Spain.: anil we must bring oifr minds to a sit,uation in which vve we to goon without the Cootiaent of Europe, Indeed,. eVcn if we m'arfe peace, w.e should have to'preserve that peace by sucif a defensive attitude as would continue to ea-tail upon us rast cxpcnccs ; and therefore, upon a view of the ^vhole, he thotigh't we should, parti* OlbndiTTFotnSa Co,^>erMilts.-rof�� SOLJ> by AUC- | avieWQIini .        . ^ -    . TION, (under a Writ of Ezecuttuu by tlie Shwifl of i cularly after our. late .campaign in Spain, be care- Middlese*,) fJIHli LEASEHOLD and otJier. INTEREST, fnl how wcexpcoded our lives or oilr (reajurps.-i- . ^.        ^  ^ .  .            . - His Grace then mad* some observations on the U.:^^^e^^'^^ ( and 1^ Acres of tunate .jodluduai m. caDtivity, and cbinparing it Meadtt-w Land; or ihereabuuts, �f nbicb therea^34 yeam, ^^^^^      conduct at-the Revolution, when we took ortbereab�ufs,now uncxpireil.  These PremtseJ are held at ..a-      l                j   u            .v the rent of 33J/. per aununi, are situated near qxtrridge, kiid � different cotirse, and Chose .another person ca- adjoining the Graml Junction CanaL The Mills cimtain a pablft of doing something for oiir canse. Hi'sOraCe &2^&^S^'S^ei:^i';:;j!^i;r^ ^ to infer tbattheSpaniardsdrti notact wrselj^ a: QuaiiiUy of Irmi Work,' Old tron,-andiitbe A:^-.'^I*"*^''*P*^'*'*''y of deceptioii, ajnl to. ^^!^^^^*>f''^'ii&yaaoB, hi^dow not-ell r.mKjMtecds ttfaitply. tbcia abroad fvid ,ut was nothing, he heard, of subsidy in tlie Treaty with Austria. All that wife askc! was a Vote of Credit, to enable Miniatdrs to act a<.cor .ve f'.�f a Rt-tup^of ' the Persons coininiltfd to the various Prisons i;i the Empire, and of these who had b^'cn fur various offences convicted and punished for the same, s > far back as the fear 1803, at least as to the'Vou." victibns. The objcct�qf^ the Hpn._ and Learned GenMeinan in making this nioCior/was, thatht'tiiay be enabled to submit to the HouseIrjm such infd,'-mation, a proposiiion- for alteriug; tke.crifuiflaHaw of tiie cot'tntry^ do far as would diminish tffe srvft-rify of the punishments at present in for�c,,and yet au!;metit their ceriai'.''y ia.the cases' where they should be applied, h' he could have fluttered liititself, that he. might in the present Session in-Ifoduce such a measure of alteration with ciTect, he cerli-iioiy would have done so ; but it was unnecessary for hiin to state the particular reason-i which rendered: it impracticable. Uewcu'd, how-(^vcr, early iit the ensuing Session bring forward a inea.sure to alfef the criminal laws, �iiicli was different, he said, In practice froiii wh-*i it w^as in (h(i siatuta books. 'Jhe Jlon. and L-arncd .Member, after some further statements, cuucluded by mov. ing- That at? .humble, Address tie p:'e3eafed t.? hij IMrtje^fv. thnt  he would lie gruciiitMy. pleased lo direct, iliiit there hi- l:nd tiefore thia House a return of t'>i* malrj aiiJ i''-iii.-ii"s riM-imii-fed to the diltefeni prisons io LDglaiul, \\�l:-?aiiil Irc-liini, for the yc.-iis ISuO-, iSJG, ISO/.aiid IHuK, (1isiiii(;ui-i):i:ig iliiii crimes, llie  i  � liii n have eiiSiird mioii tliase Coiivitlions. Aii.l ala^i a iCv-jni uf the male and female c ii�iet�. � lio, diiriii;j tl;t- f,i  ear-, had heiMi iraiisported, lo'riiii-r Aii'ii die prrioil, ror.whrrii ' they bad l;eei) earli lraji=|M>rli-u ; am! fojDicr,'a return I'f the'iiuuibet of loiivjct-j Iran-ported lo ,Nc� .>i-uili \S ali-s. tVoiii llu" .-oiitnieiiceiueiil of I'l.it Culoin, >�itii an ^ccnu^.l  '' auch a.-had returned from iiTin-por4 iti.ii, (hi; lime ot.4lici f conviction, and datci^ ol'i-ino.iri^aiJo;!, .-lad an at-e.>unt of tne period lhe\ iii.iy have beeiwualined in liie litttk- '.'feviuus to trail; iiortation. The lion, and Fvcarrrcd Gpulicman ohscrved, that greatly dangerous rfTects aro^e from the latter intermediattj kind of jvuiiishincttt, namrly, impri. sonmcht f n b^i been pa*srd. Mr. JENKINSON did not think the returns could be made to the extent desired by the Hon. and Learned Member. , Mr. ABERCROMBIE stated at sortie length the necessity of such information rciativc to the colony of New South Wales, as would I .'ad 10 its-better regulation..' Hi should at some future period ma*e for a Committee on that su^bjert. Loid CASTLEREAGII remarked upon the difficulty of adtainistering that Colony at the present moment, lie shonid however sate to t.Se House, that GoverDme'nt were faking the raOsC prudent steps towards Introducfnga new order cf things in that quarter, ahd^t* regdlate the conduct . of those concerned, in Us adaitniirtfatfon. �;iTJ�cjr wefe fully resolved to do juaiice in'every particular, as far jta related to the transactions whtck late, ly occurred in the cofotiy-:          .. Mr. WJ^r.BERFORCE spoke strongly ia/aror J^- applicaii6u to'Mr. It'oll*, o'n (Bt rteuiiMS. of AustfU.fffid Spaia^'but it would lose nothing   tially connected vtith the tfi^gSftfal j^Vi^prndvoe?   

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