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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 16, 1809, London, Middlesex                                �PT-i^^MX". -iL'------- 4.401 l� KOLTi. pnrmt to �n Order l'4to.W.r*Hrj.^�5Hiii..l ..n.4,Brt.ial ii^dlr. work,- I      jj^J^^l) Vftfr Jw Jiff l)tf�"H. l.y.)(>HV BI.NFOtU), of Kiluaril. M-irri!!, K>q. iiip nf H'.lUi^t. nt Hie Half -AloiHi Inn, ir Ktid t�t1iwl\,. iHi Wkdntsow, the >l(f y' t ifMrkUil ofmfft^. witl,M held at Ju-iirf ;. ibc.tMa, U�u�ey�.l.�n.lon,^ii.l;nio�v,      t\A ,�f .lune nesf,at'iiig.hto'tlark-in tlwJJornuif.   .\V. >V. VOIM r 1 i;9rkuf.>'%ri�u Bil>tn,.wUliirt j.]0$tl| iif/Juuc iistaiii, ui i^ifff ai'ctutk In the Afte ti.m'i. iiurf jisl^li "o A. IJ.Witol* j    J^vte1ilantnl>lll:ld(J;raii�)iil llios�itI Mu>l iithiimpl'ii-liail�� a"d t;�. J M'-ru. Ham-    tuiA nj'irrt :i^':itiivt Sh.-ttin ai , m^.... iloalTcr; add :Sle*>r>. Jmie>, U'�d, and | CiUfti.ni TllOMsnni. f-Hj. i iO be SOLD, to      ni. Lord Kiiii^ �bD (/^wj^in) iii  ttl-KlpWu, F.R.S. Al. R. I.. A.     -       10 10 Jixi jtU liiirdrHfiV, I-Itq. IliilCiisini JImuw        S .*> T rtav, l*�^WA inttani, they tcill In-nadi in rtreirf. T-n'ft in "jeriliM, f        u�) anJ, tnt/tt/�r vJ.fK HU9  TONS i^f BLACK SMYRNA, Al.liXfA, or l)li.\l.\ M\iS\S^i to be atatcerithU to SnmpUttn if. yro^nA ttUk ; m,.-4i(lie�aid i Y^^ZZ J},"^'^^'''' '^f''''^ 6'Clock ..n ibt ,,id 1 Makers 0!Br.'{ nrMrtm. UlaVeand WmteV, Kssrs-iwr, ! *r* *'^*'�'� >^sr.,.i.  �^/,o ! StraiHl;at Mrtsr., �pv..rt Ami Tihikr. N... irt, (Jrav*. Iroj- �i� "ttf'y^A*^ "^t^Jv �o �|U;ire;. Mr. W ondpitr, ^la fJi>ldrrn u. J�7^ Jlish _ liOS* l:)vCTUCl>.�tli'icherou!ieiKhtrefi{nrhi^hi|;h, ilApxt.lw'i ei'l rmind: if is T;ir �ue�tvr, crispor, ;iiid iiifr(fc�� any firmer soft. Jj jjt'an t>.i|iidlv, iuhi� in �"�o. I ii allnt*f all- heart.-2. A new :ipiit|ile BROCOI.! of ilMiviiiritji t its h>'n4b are as larce a-ixiuliObueFi, it ^IttW kad^rMW* fjuickVil* Qfvonr it m*f* deliciuB'S^ and ki4dilr,�ki'ii im. CUCU,\f RKfl. wbieh hrl|;4 nondertiil fritilj t�ii Crri ttr^igbt 'wjHl tinrly liuiperf. of t|)r ,>iand iitflwMr'C rripTion ^lirie.'U in paidtds. !toititi�riti*etl � dirvciinii? for oil-|�ifii,;and.arc $�iJd, price Si.iA. I>> AIn. VojIit, 'j, Synth Multon^irMt.. _ ; s**ftp bV.*J�0t*W �w.�ll"*�*. MP^r�. .S. brp leav.-fd tlH';r.fe�> oNouWe HlnckTin  ; n|.o a rrry rnoliilete roitn^r'n'nd a T:irjfebam,lhe w hole iiirl'->ed liy a'brlrk rtall, wifh wllirfriit rooitt fur making furiJirr (TCt'iiont: !>iiaate OPJirtwo i-ui]n> drraiite Market T'f>n-, alioul Hi iniirs from l.nudon, am! half a niilc fmm the f;n.itd Junclitiii Cnnal. Ai^plv In .Mr. IlKrvey. No. I'2, l/ni.Mi-court, l!rn ld.9tr^e(; �ir, .Mf. Thos. i.-ikv, Ui bridge.. h:�d at the plnce ot sale ; Mr. Coolt, Oxfor.l, and Mr. Ui-igh-Ort, Otmhrirtg... . " liV AUcrio.x.    ' OAK. i;r,M, .nnd ASH Tl%IHt;H, K..�px.-^I5y Mr. I'AU-LlN.onTuBSB tv, (h:- iOlh i.f Jnm-iiwt. .-it One o'Clork. on the l'reml�r#, llennitV (:iI^llr lann, hnwi-en IS.irkine ;    iljii lientrv Heath, in the counlv of V.s*i-x, i aKVHNTV fine, !af.re,  i.o..nd OAK MlLLKUSaiiriOlLMKiV.-Ti> Im? SOLI) | O 70 l::t..M, dilt-), 20 ASU. and about 40 OA BTtdef orr hiiUtJmlr urisiiialrn'l, n cumplrrtr.SKT of CA?T IRON iyJACm.MUlV. fi�.d and CnWhid by Renif, for ti.!i fjalr of MilRloiiff : the frame w^rk, &c. of >trni�th niidbi-nuty of �t'"ritinniishipalmost unparr.iliel.'d, wifh- iJrM* JL  fit mrmmH^Avmy<�� ri*h. Game.^t*'- H[ ii.liAZi;NttYr^ctfiillv Inforiin the NoMlitv and a]ioyr.||d9�rM..Ariiclc' is prepan-d deni Landau*, Lands*(lrl� f^ and Chnritita.  Likrwite .8rcoiid>b|nd l^wuchc ftnd IjtndiinU'K, liItU inferior ln^nfw.   Alto, !) BNb inll CharioK. intar-nf which \�yr ntit hWff- li�rd i(Mdbf. Ti-3bttiie(r�rriacr(�re n!l warranted^ and lke.di'B ', a.lvaiirr from mit. �p^1i/.MtiH>(erttrihr'af.t'rrrlMi)d. i�i>rhoM orCopv-fli MoKej- lii ft* fnlid"'.'C'lerjE)tiiea"* Li�iiiss iw^^8rtl^rtawlt�jei-Mr,Sberrv'aiul C". have nUo �m^4ldv4 L ,-UtTf eiewv,'Ladie� of dMiii^ion, .niid other i>ct. fliatfiftl or tn^oBWi-fflr Ltfe, -r �|lierwise, arijinj i.UM, Jbi^.tiividctid* ..f Stock, Mnrritw Settle-^MfrlTIVflermkittar V�lber ellicieut l*r  be imnM-di�(eW ac-___. ibjiny ��t�i. fnM mitt ieO,W /. to x.-atxta �ggN-. m m VTotei Berrv, liaker* t Bec-b"iKc, �.n|hHkilkaietb�tnmb� in iin� ^rttnof ijUfinc�aBM�m       i;�0|^ l� JO OOUi. rpctri^VMcaiTiiT, oriwyatkwailiilvfio* .J.li�p.*�ni61ptenM. And Mtni*..L tn*end TpyaiJMeacd 'xactt'd in Homt netotiatK m will bytVHtllNitaiititttollMR*; tacu nnd Co nt Ktw, pert �8-:dv U, JL Ttoyar* pn^cha'* 'yin% and Hoitltiiig Mncbinerv.equallv will tiled and fi p�- for the cro-rriA^ of tlee"d�, pnrtlv framed and fi^rd, with.Shafts .-e Farm.   It i� no-oimniMidy Well watered, and ihoitii vtej^ ndap!>>d for the NorfollAiyMem of aj^lcobure.   Apply ^or piirticul.iN irt Mr. Heymm, *>licitor.>e*c.n�ile, Kmijn'af"re5.T;d : .'Mr. Jamej Tlioniai: or Mr. Wation, Sufveyor^in llaVeifordWi-il'. A Map of the I*reioiu'& iileft al�� at the Chambers nf  Mes-rs. Jenkiih, J.-imej. nnd AAbnti, No. t. .NVW. Inn, Lon-dwt-N. B. A Lrfuse will be pftiated t�t n renioiiBihlf tenants GKNTEF.f. t'llKKirOLU RESIDENCE, wi�h rfnv (jfiantifv nf laud from lo  atlv iit�se�.i..n.J.'r��t�e .soi.n hv VaUxiz c;osTRAiT,.nn" eitf rfieiH rainily Monde, jitiiate at the North WeJ end of the riiVJi! aud pi a5.-uit vi H^e of Wejwyn in the (;oa>Ay^ of llrrr�. i� fh.> hieh North ftiAd, 2.') inllr* from Limdon, for. loerlv the're>ide::t�of|her'drhKiitrdpi>r( f>r. Yonajt. Urtt IfMixecAiitaiti^fta til'- enrattd.nnd pr>ficiifoTl}f��rsr�J^ (ii -rdwif^ pkrl'inr, imn tfithdrauine r.Him>, bfi-nkfiVit j>tr-lour, iViir �ev,-ij pNirri'paf ileepin;; rnoin>. six of fhem with adjoiniiii; lifilit-ctojrtf, rq.ial t.i hedi-hnrnWrr'i, and'Servants' room,, a'compleie |it;lit kitchen, ^ell sffp|iUcd with excel-lent water laid in, j;�>o.l <'eMarine, ho1l<^�kl�eper*s ritom and CbinVclo$ e And lami'try o*-er the sa'mtf, brew. . Itouiie. and Mabliiii; for ^ight, hnmrt, medon j^mund, and � beaulifnicnrden, wifli a trout ktrrnm rimninj throiiRh it, tbe gnid-n partly 'Vwilled roand, ftfren hiNne, smnmrr hotisc, Kardriier** lioute, and fool hrfuje, and one hundretl and sixty acres of meadow., pasinre. .tnd arable land, lyiiig.tweiher, of which betweeii'iO and ai) arf. > are rnpyhold of inheritanr?. The prrmiM-ii roin|irire evtry n-qiiisile for the comrort anjl coiivcuience of ihe niotit resjirVlable faniilv. and are in com- filele reniir. The vijmjeof Wrl�\n U jifliale In aii exfet- nrriniD e find on the i'remi'Je� ; at the Hull. Bark 111? ; the Cock iiad H.ll. RoMif'trd; nf the IV.iveller, Benlry If-alh; the Aii^d, Ilford; liliie Ibiicr,. \Vbilecbnp-.-l ; and of the Aiicliunrer, iJr.iad sfreet,-U.,tclifl'. >'Ri;i:UOl.l), C(M'i"HOLU, and l.l.A.SKilDLIi I^S-XATKS.-Strtlfies Ualeham, and St.iiiHdl, MiilJI.sex.- By Mr. I)A.\IRI, SMI 111, at the B..>.h ina. Slain..*, Midd.isex, on TtiF.sijA v, the 27ih inslanf, at 11 .>'cl rli, r|-^HaEK FRKEHOl.U GKNTflKL �IOU.>KS, JL with CMch h.iiisfs, 't.ibies, hdM gardens, pUwanily situated at Laleham. ne.-if Staines, in Ihec-niiity of Middlesex. Also .1 very Rcnferl Kreeliold Villa', uith conch hnue, stable.':, and buildi!i)p>; with ^^ird'-n, paddock, aiid ti'U pniid, p!�>��antly situate near the road teatl'uig from Staines in \s!i- tofd.   Let Oil Lc^*i-, :Mrd in Ihe itt^clniatiiin of- Atkiai, V^l. Near the almve, an cxrelteiit hriek Imilt Frerhiild .I'Hrin il.iiiiie, with three larte.banif. st.abies, granary,dove-cole ai;d I'rther butlili.ig'-, iritK tieh ordianl, and several en-clnsed fieldii ailjolfliiqj, n'lw in thenccupatinn of Mr. 'Vnntc. Ailitiix Leasehold Hon^e in Church-Jfrect, Staine", wifh ttrchard, ftnrdcnt, ami p.id'lnrk, let {.v old tenanliai .rill; fdjfelhe.r wllh>everitl em-MM.-d field*of rirh me.ndow .-xitdani-bid land, in,the wholeahout US .nf res. of which pa>9es�i(m maybe hvl at rrtich:K'ln�� nexL-^Prinfedpartif ulafs m.ly be had in due time of Mr. Ilenrv Home. }Jo!icit r�, Stiiiuet; of Miwrs Ri)^f ffnd iVdrefieJd, Solitfifo^. Cafv-jtfeef, Londons of Mr. Smith. Aiiciiortrer, WitiJ^of� aiid at his' Hotite, Mo, 9, New Itrtiad-sireet, City of4..>ndon. HOUJin OP COMMO.NS, St^TL w. A IVwtm from the Cimtt of Uifts'tori of li.e F,ist Inrlin C�^WI[^SiS�{jI|t �jffcTAircfWrt oftbe I*itm*�Pf-o? tjndi'l* and WrlTwis ieiit to Ihdfn.-'ffom lJS3 dowti to the latest period.   . . >Ir. P.ARNELL i;avj� notice, that oti the d�y on which the HollV^b>�lltdsitDexl, hi �t�re r ci>nferred on she Rev. C. PrijbY, Chapl.iin of the Honse j liW. tn Mr. Whari'cn.Chnirmaii of the Coiniffi'tics^ and certain suras to Ih* flefks, kc. nbont (he Mouse., The Jndce* Inrrensed .Sal.iric.^ Uill Act w.v paaacd; ti\t. ('ilKKVKy moY.d, thht thrr- he laid h.�forr the IIrtu y ' frrtm tbe year 17K1, a�a^" ..f it..TpiT!icntion. IT.: al-i> "invrd " .       - .. ........--- ' f.ir nn .Acco'iKt of llie Ke�rn'ie�ot certain Land* in Canada, ipplicntion nt the Chanb.ixif Mr. '.lame* While, 9. Olil liuildim;', Lifcolii's Inn.-To hr view.d with ticketsouly to Ik bad �! uliove. URITA.N.N lA IIUI':W):it) ,a.Ij..iiiin:;ilieo|d Hir.nhiglm.ii Cniml.atllieTiiuo.iriSirniinp;hani'. '-Ti*flrewrj�. Dii-tllters.Btiilders.nod othi'-rj.-To be SOLD Sy AUCril�N.liy.U)SJMI IM>i;i\;j,on Ivr-sin v;tlic ih dav of July nest, at th.. Sl.nk Tavt-ni, iu tiiiMiiii);liUiu Afofeiaid, iil l'"tve o'tMorh iu tho aflenu'i'ii, AJJj tlidsu iinmpiiii-ly i-xtiMisirt- am! .sin^iilr.rly elijcible and wtll'errcted ituildiiijcs the \i\l 11'A .SM .A- I URIvW KR V, on a ^cilc of alioul l�o nirea of verj >.iIimiiU- ; Wharf Lhnd. Ann Brewery It Is kpo�hlo Xn excelled hv none in the Kiuji^dom, IsifqBally.well adaplrd forii l)i>li]trr\, fi'trverii- nieiil DepAt, or .nn* public purpiHc for which extriifive pre- _       _    - inisesure m.tiitrd,lfa'eir�ituatloii lielii); �o .rffr(iirl\ elipihle j ol)lrildt.l\5{ huTIHi'lf on far animmedintc land or water roiuuiuuitaliun 1,^ all ilic in-hmd or pnrttown<. The centre Huililin* i.< oneimiforiu and T ats, which inuv 7.      �   ..l   'l- �   ' . . 11 ^ belakentu al� fairvalujon).' Als...ontlu- pn-mi-^ i-a motion, wilh vrhidl n" tn^a.lt t.) roncl-iK wis, very (Tonvciiieiil iMid ruinformble Owcllin* llouvand Ac- i that Patliamcnt shmjliJ, at .in i-arly pes in'.! if the eowptii:sHoB�e.two.vi�bh.pII..:iM>,ea^^^^^ | ,^.j|Sesji-.n, take. int..     con^i.Ierati-... ilu- .>;'alc wards ot ilXK! qii:iili)i> of Malt eiieli.unnanlly, Sorca-riHino, f    . . Cellar', t;tHipera^e,SiabliDjjfor ii hours, mid \Va;tI"n i gr.iiitedto l.iird AmlnTsf.-Of.'.ered. Lord COt'lIR Leave jwiire, ijint, .-.s if f,hi^ npi.. oion, Hint armalUl.'Ct would tie-of ini;..it- -..fire to Imvcr nlii'i:! fheroji-.t of C.Tta!"iiia, nnd llint prin of rranrr n-T.rt-.i t� that pnivirce, he WMii'.d (it'iiinIdreutrePileor Ibiildiiis. 180fee,t bt 4.1, wi>h Ctibimii-i, ReviTvoirs, Brich':. vabi.-itdr Uauks, and 'J'iiulii'S of Jijje ^realeil bni^llif mid diairii�ioit�, aod .rf t{�e fio't tpi^.liiy^: �i-1�iiti(i.� nnd Rnutin;. rovired with the b-st j bl.-ic.k W eJliiiorelund ^l.-it.j ; topiiir (.ullei-s. Lend K1a�h-iii|p> aiM ^ptiBlr Iheiehfis in one rp.ln ; the iirinrtpnl Hen-ns then'iir. as well aithe l-'lo-ir l>e:i|i!s. are the wlvde width itf tbe Itiiildiiia:. . Would he, to*. Ui.r. a Lot wofib theniteu-(ian uf ui�> Society of Hulldris or ^|imber Mcrcbahfs in Bir-fTrin;ihRni. liiMon.or \Vw'lvi.rlian>plfio,a> llie .Mi*lrri>�ls wiuld ensilvrruiove by the it^niial, nr Iiie same may be pat in |.>.� for IhCKccortimiHtatiiiii iif ii:di�idmil cilc of mailable Wharf Land.mr*.'nrin(c nboul twii.acres. Mlih the raid bwellii^-house. .\cc-iinpiiiix-houses, the two .Mallint:-b.iU!� era^e..''i.'t-blrs Mid Shrd^^toet d��. this, it tVflUlil be ciecessa'f fcjr bttSJ to �ta�< whence he conCciWd Ihe iliisci;?^' to ariCe^ffhat was ife nature arid cXteOt; nett, lu ol^tln �ie tiahire of the femiJy be nltaht tn propo^t!, ib sheit that it wa� slinple and pmeiicaljle. and, aborc all, 'hit it *v not ihlmit'al lo the-fijiiril aiid pracii.e  at raysferious thlrt(� width t'luded the gMsI^and r.otn-prehen'i'in of tfommon obsprrtc. That he I-fl ro f host? mell of stllllini^ted penifi?, who soared ab'>''e the tri.iiids (o read* it  but iHe (jbristitution h'-meant, wa ~nsent to ofmn-don it. But if on the Cofifraiy he shvmhl shew that what he proposvil was a ug'- to joitify hirn-self, iind to render it necessary for Parliufnent to apply Itself to the siibj.rt. There tvas a most PXi (raordinary ilnClrtne lately itdraneed in that llnise, on which lie thoiifjht it necessary t  s^y a few words. It was asserted, (hat corruption wa*; n.>t only inevitable, but thai it was absolutely neces. sary ia such a Constitution as ours, and that it was not so murh art evil as a fjoo"^. Now, of all the bold and paradoxical assertions he llad eTer heard, this was one . of the'great, it. Up"a tlii-se Gentleinen^s principles, the corfuiilion i*a5 not tolerated for the sake of the ConstifUtj.in j but the Constitution (>)t the sake of the corruption. Bat the persons who advanred li.is most monstrous and ;.rrni(;iOus principle could r.nlr have looked :tt the Constilution as it appears In the modc/n practice^ wh. re ttety llii:'!^ is coiifoiintlcil. Instead of bring, as it .thotii.I be, a sjrstcm composed of Kinjj, I^rds, .!::d Corrv-tnons, the}' had an assembly there wliich ilitl no* represent the people, and usnrptd the prerogative (Jf tltc Cro^n. it had also been ad��nced iti support of rorrupti:>n, that It tcUs an inconrenieticc or disadTdi>iat;e consequent upon onr prosperity; that it grew with our growth, atfd Sif^jngthvned with our strrn^th. He wisbed that the rpl(ef3w of his maxim could be applied to it, and fh*t it wotiJd-bc paid of it, that It decayed wifhoordc-t'ay. When be mentioned decay, he depreea'od lis being supposed thrtthe was inclined to ilesfiair of (he en�y)?lfcS oi fc-sowrces of thlscoiitjtry. No i he was periiiaied that it was only n?c�.ss(^^y to restore flic Constitrflion to its pfimitiTe purity fo enable the country to boar ttp against, and f.nally trihmph all th'� difi^cnlties and dahlt'^r^ by vthlcfi it Vfas threatened. Corruption was a.'^jo d-ff.'ided, at diirerent fiin.s, upon othtT^groirv^?.-Some persons represented it .ts so liaht a matVoc as to be hardly do'ervin^ of nodce. Ot*icr�, on the fciinfraryj m-iintained th.it ft had a-rir-ed to soch a state of marerit^. ,ifi<| that it was wilhal .�o rank ?rd I'i^toriiint, *!'t* it fras impowrfble (o fie rhKrU-d. One of the a]ii f cfuf-'f.pacJii?;!' ptI cin- � (i.e.'. ii'N." rcr'illiTt'd to h.iro re.i:''ir: a e'.f. Irci.in I f p(f>YiT!", tlmt *'a'l the H.ir.,;'v eh('t�-e went in p.-.rii!g-," llau ^\liich n�;tbiiiij t^onhl bo more a[';T');Hi:iie (o I'le ox't \x' and iiatme nf ffirse Co-flip i'li-i. I'i.-y �.'r.-^ .very one of ifitni, ^n a!);ise of tlie !^.'fr.ii;:Hiu'. .I'll whether thegri"^. an.'., w a-i v i !'i, lie llio!ii;i'il it conid be nui .v.-d. l^i'iicipiis o'j-(i: wss a known and .ipjirmeil 'ni5ini -' grortlfi of the sl'i^lit ci'rrtip'ioii. If the  '^c.', s.tiU il'cre woiiM nut be means wa.ttiiig to rei>r.-^s � With :( r..'ir and ()rypi-r iltiiisf; of Com.Tjntis, tto: evil, howcvef (jr.ii'< however invefcrate. miijht f'e reui'-dicd. Much of f.'jal hie'i the Mnns.' 1 t-i-be.-n doinq this Scsian related lo rcf .riii. it ha;l C'ltne to this isoi-., th^t .some n-for:". 'vas i e tn;iire i-f the inijinr.-, hort could it he a�cer-aiBed whc'hvr the/jo.nlj .r whether the fwd in.itive-i pr>i}o..r:narcd--.Vrttt^rth-sWudius (be bohlnes.s of ihit ^sierti'd'., he wriiilil rtftderlAke (o shew, if he di.l rt-t tVar to trrspa^-s 00 the (line of the Jlou*�s that iTser. do n-t e< i fr�m mjaed motive.'^. I'hcy tiCt from amotion, from .fvafice, from pis--io)i, fnifn fear, :�od th  ftittlless Varieties of ieips!!-*"** fo Mbiih fiii".ui(i ti:\. turf �3 Strhj-Qt ; hilt no 'naa arts froir- m:X .1 in -tires, liiadifi^ from ihi'.-iiut ni.itjves, he Cto.)< ad��ncerf J^h^rh Was fexlreffif}/ iiiiJcWcTotis.   it W;Js until ihit.   

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