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   Courier (Newspaper) - May 29, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PRICE SIXPENCE.IULFPEN\Y. -Cesi^erof Smart. N..). 60,, Ci'M'a'Ji�iir:cr bffo'rt^ �iciq;n4o Su CJcorge's HiBin-; __,itt.   jilioltaT t>.iitiires are . '^rr.r^mmtV^tkt?n*,�i^t&y^^ j ^�r, one thousauil eight ^1, 'Sit J^.uWi.>esa5*^*iH fee iJayablf f 1he L'rojflfrf ieii� an; ai^OtKc* in ,tiie. i^fff'f "orrjtctor of ilip ai rtsrs. Tayr m , Dflce 5s. the Second So. of Bal- a.young ' Henoi^ �bi> uii^r&etul^trfM �f b�r Business w�f-tennq|(.-rteefcaMi(tfeiWitvcreement enferwl into by. his Majesty's- EnToy Extraordinary aiid Minister PleoipotentUry in Aineiric eo,-that: pt'Mons being citltons of the saul United Slates nay be led by a reliaiice on the said protiiional dgreeineiit, to engage in trade with and to the said purls and places of Holland, contrary to, and in violation of the. restrictions imposed by the said Orders of the sereoth of January and of the eleventh of November, one thousand eight hiindredaods^ren, ai altered by the Order of the  -iweoty-sixth of April I-ist; his Majesty, in order to prevent any incottrenlencfcs that may ensue from the cifcumstiince above recited, is pleafed,, by and with the advice of his Privy Council, to order, anditis hereby orderedj.That the said several orders shall be suspended, so far as is necessary for iUe protection of. vessels of. the said United States^ so jailfaig ufadi'i' the faith of the said provisional greeiiient, tidelicet, T.iat after the ninth day of Juiie next, no vessel of the United Stales, which shall have cleared out, between t!�u nine-teenih of April last, and the tweuiieth of July iinmtii);, < for any of the ports of HoiUod afore-.said, from any port of the United Statts, shall be molested ur inturrnjited in her voyage by the cuin-inaiulers of his Ma jest j's ships or privateers. And it is further ordered, that lio ve f 'July next, for any other permitlid port, and shall, during her voyage, kivc changed her destination, in consetjuencc of information of the said provi- [|Me^ to'L^ND.-^Mr^ ADAMS informi ttftaiheiias v�Vrtr�d jJorirtaser should oOVr, the pr�i|vt ietor � liHlltaveBO obtettltwtirletthe wh-.le, orRrsatesl part, of he }>reiuisi,'S, and �00110 complete f iaepuicbMe-monev ttiaamon mortjtoKe of ihi " '�m�a#ante.^lV0few5tf's"�"'y. asutJicieutsi '   feebwldiir.      ' - ' attuiioined to tbe'public line, wtd who b;i$ f he means of enu-"(lutting withspiri�.-1a�'�."f-'he moit tasbionable and Ire- ------- ..^pefSBBTMedajply ; V,,'*V�'''>\�n�'l>"'P***S'i^-7 ;. '        bartieoiW,-Wjdtosee Iheplans an! eJeviitions, and to ' ^iVS^.'iO'i'iicfcfroiiniBy.be-Dtade (.tf by. letter,-post pai.lKo ^ ' l%rt,-S�ficrton' BHstot} m-w Mr. Thomas hvuiis, -'r*'S5^ieitA>lf4tt��.Gi�ttlrt, L London. > Gt>urls of Vice-Adinirilty,. are to give tl e .oc-t^ssary dlreciions Jtereiu as to thein may re-ip> c. ttvely appertaio.   . Steph. Cottklli.. Pureigh^Offke, MaylG. - 'The King has buen jileascd jto a;^(iuint FraccU ..TaKrs JaclfsoD, t*q.'t |tiin,' act-ins in ti'ieiiaiue of liis Catholic Majrsiv    .irdiiwiia ia� ce-v itb,^;bad au au .';f�e  elrci a Bwhnp MiU'xVras a: Deptforfl nnH \ !:'J^HnP> flKECrfOARS. jlAe'^tfntiViin/ Oars,  id. aflir Onto'Clock oil the Any ; ,r�/yr��tu, iwr aianofie^unUaKlht. Party, or an ^sent "   -^rhwri aifeiiii'^ JBmi'j, /wid.r mu�t bt aceompanhd bj/a "' 'Nave P^^UT Oncers. '. -vetnber, one ihonsHiid eight hundred and seven, a altered by the said order of the tweuty.sUlh of . April last, sliall also be su^petided, so far'as is n'c ccssary for the j)rotecli ,   v"" ..- -o-- -.------   ---- seVeo, as a^tcretl by thii said Order of the twenty.;, iixth of Aprvl-last: i        .V ^\ � vPftfrtded aljt'' that o^!Wffg"|ri this Order*oni * 4)r be ee^stroed-to exfebit t() tt IBRR;'Min^ hit;font Wkltitam Forest .i^ ^'^mmii&Titfttr Oxe yaockoHthidMof. Esq Advociiu'i la b? oue or t.Ke.-Uaroin t.f biai,\}aj sivVCoutu > f ' r.�cUeqi.er ip KcJiSaod.in tlie ro.fmof Archib .Id Cockb-rn, . irr'iiTi!^ fiinfiiiiiitiniiniiiii^j Esq.,Advd .f JAsPfs ir-Ierkv'l>n. appdlHt tiaiolisut ibe Court of ExohiJiiicr in Scotlanil. ' ,. ,     Adnitral/i/.O/Jke., May 27. Copy ofa LeHer.iruMHiniiifd l>v (ord.Coj.ii.NcirooD. ' ilisi\liij''rt\'�.S)iip liiipfrieH.*e, Caldagl;r3, My LpiiD,        .-.      Jaiiu..r>, J.Sv,9. Having received iuroniia;ioii ot Ivvci French vessels of war. the loss of nine C'lnuiiiiii, whidli tlioy had mitneiied ;ind were iJiuuiiting on the balteries.   i have the buiiour, in.    , (Signed) l.Ov lli!..\Ki^. La fJallliJi-se ratter, c<)miiiandeil by M. Aver.ct, Alember of theLepoui'f Jliini'Ur, T^uns, ^Jti.men. , f�i Julie luftger, commanded by .M. Chaseriau, 3 guns, 4 swivels, 4) men.      .. . Aud eleven vsriu.illers.    ,       . ,      . Vic.--Admiral .Sir James S.'iuinarez, Co;nmandpr it) Cliicf 'of hi< �\lnje^^v's sliipj and.vesiels in ilie haliic, h.i? traiismil-ted titthe U.ii'i. \V. \V. Fole, a letter whieli he had receiv.d -rom Captain Mollis,' .of his .Majesly'j shjp the Standard, , who haolieen detached wi^h the^ships !fn -bi fiaineil in the margin,* for the purpose of aliacking the l-iand cf An-holt, giving an account of its i;edt:cl{i>n on ih' loili .inalaiil, by' a party ot seamen and jnaruies, landed liiidi-r tlie t'nu-uiimd of Capta a Selby, of Hie 0�en.Glei)>iiiur, iiasirted by Captain Kdwurd NichoiU, of Uie (lojal Miirines. The, Oarri.son. con�i=lJn;; of one huiulrcd and se.eniy men, surrendered htdisrrelioD. On imr side une privme niirinc w; s iiilled and tivo trouiidcd. The acquiMtion wf lUi.i island is stated to be of iniporiance in rurniaHini; supplies uf water to^ hi rcliii^ a gDod aj Chorage lo the tr.-ide ill g'liiis HI ur <'<�miii:j frnui ihe lialiic.  Slanilard, Owcu, GlendoUr, .Avenger, U.anser, Rsiie, Snipe sun-ve'Si-l. , . A letter from V'ice-Adiniral Sir J.nmes Saumnrcf^ 'Bart. inclo?e�4i letter from i{car-/\ f a DaniMi lii?nt-r priiatrer by the brals of hi.s Majesty's ship Majestic, tncJoftno, bluop-iigged, by. Iris i\hijesLy'!< gnu-brig Karne t. "Coiiy ofa Letter from Captain Paler, of hf\Majeslv's i!iiesi>"9 ship underniv commaad, which J am happy Id -ay succeeded, bybo-vding her at ha'f past eli:Tcii p-peC'bolt'inicd ; she r.irriei two bo� Chasers, Iwe'.e-pi.uiid-crs, and one afl; her eomplemeiil IS twenl. Seven nuMi, all of\Vhoin Were at their jjuns to receive us," liavih.: s^-rn the sh'p at anchor, and exp'cted the ailack. t am -haiipy tn add not any Jjtes irert? lost on this oifa-.ii-vi ; un:t I feel it a duly I owe tiie otficer.s ;iiiii men 1 have ihe honmir t.i rom-inaiid, to say, that had ibe sLTv-ngih of iho eiiemy been greater, liiey ni.inifesled a forwardnefs and zeal (in ihii uC-casiou that wosil.l have done hunoiirto their counffy. 1 have the lio.iour i.� be, &c. CD. I'.'TF.R. . . P. S. From what wp have discovered, 1 hivi'im ilimbl of be^ being very tit for bi> .Maje.-irs service, shi'Ul'l a ve->'-l nf.ibat force and easy draff of \S ater be re{;nired ; =he is sent into i'arnioulb. -    TlA.NKRUPTClT^li.VLARGFO. S.-irah RatliUOne  finthef", Hirmingii;iui, fill (oy-makT, de.ilcr andchapwoman, I'rmn .May      to June io, at len; the White H^iri Inn, Birmingham. ' .JohH I'aine lUiilhers, lii;inlrgh:im. wboles.lle jeweller and ch.'ipiii.tii, frouk May 2v), lojuae 17, at ten, al Guildha.l, 1   Luiidun. . .   /.        ;       BANKKUPT^. J."itnrs .Richard Peproje, Hornchurch, Ewex, snrgenn and ap.othecary, dealer aird chapman, to silrrendcr June :i, 10, Jiil> 8, at twelve, alGuiiilL.il, l.ond.ni.   .AU�rnif!', Jklr. Towiiseiid, fiumlbrd, and .Mr. Jones, .Martin'srlane, Caii-no'ii-ii;-.et, Loudon. John Riminer, llury-cnort, .St. Mary-^'tej merchant, de.i-Irr, and chapman, June 3, JO. .Ar�b iiitt J;'�; Afdenrttevettt^ Vorksbir^  wine-oiercKpiti, at twHv�, v.'Liticolo^h�re, taHow- The Royal Assent ^as'glvt 33 public and private Bjlls, among others, I Militia Compteriin Dili,  the Lan4 Tax C m-j miSiioners Name Mfetake Bill, the Irish InSolunc i rebtiirs Bi), Air Gustavus Westiu's NaturaliZfi-lioii Bill, &c.-Adjo'u ned till IttsJay. --LW'- HOUSE OF COMMONS.. ,T!je SECRETARY at \VAli.,brdti-ht in a Hi?! for the better retulating the Office of Agent Ge-beral for the Yoluntecrs in 1 I ocal Militia^ also, a Bill for dcf aying the Pay and Clbathiog of.tho Local Militia.-Both read a first time. ^r. MARRY ATT said, ihe declaration oT iHe Secretary �f State for foreign Affairs,^ in that Hou. vas (he design of him afid  his frien.ls (o cxc.te s-uch an opinion among the people j and he believed,' in his soul, it was also iheir wish not to have many snppoi.ters in that Ifouse, lest their disii^ns siiuuld fail, and the public would begin lo thiiik too fa-vowrably of the House.   It was their desire to raise a popular ferment^ by talking of abuses which often had no exuteuce, autl by viiunii ig of remedies �hich they never meant to .^ut in execution ! Far was it from their ihotrghts to come manfully and conslitutionally down to that Hjuse aud state their complaints, if any such they reaily bid. No,* it sui'.ed them better to make harangues at taverns, to mouul the tables al the Crown and Anchor, to Kill the people to meet as people, and looS not for icdrcss to their Represeotatives, who Nterc do longer fit to be called an House of Commpns.   Ic was their i)lan to raise a cry by which (he infatuated people might be hurried to their ruin, by hinting at corruptions which never had existence,. and rousing expectations which never coutd be gratified.   Now the Hon. Baronet^ whom he did not mean to designate as the leader of the par(y (a distinction in bis mtud due to others who did not ^Lo�se to a^)pear so openly as himself), had fa. vmircd that corrupt House wilh his pur^ presLiice, he wished; to put a few questions to him as to-ono of his-repatcd.haraDgucs a.* tie Crowo and Anchor whtcli pointed preity.plainljathjs (Mr. Ticrnvy's) ch<*rsccerJ ' Broad .and indelicate were the free-tfbms which had been usied with his oamcandpoli. ti^al'life in- the course of the speech to which h� afttidcd^ and in oue.part of it the worthy Baroh^i was actvally represented as bavit^ the auJ^ity ti/ say tha,l oo"}�is (Air. Tieriiey's) retiring from .f. ficey his pockstt Here fiiUd with pablfij aioti�jr.   

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