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   Day (Newspaper) - January 20, 1809, London, Middlesex                                v have They had opp to them m winch was as dfual fhe the efforts of the BritlQi 1ST LONDON WATER lfr RICHARD SH RES in the above valuable the Hope Com in the pro be SOLD by l Hv A BUTCHERS SHOA Titnaie hva very A crowded Ifcar novyln full trade with or Immediate and the Commiflioners were the Lord the Bulcei and Earl Tbe tfie Houfe ing the i TVniVifr W Hev knew rhat he had to the current Aat bef when though from publ BJ the Portuguefe regiments Informed oV excellent troopsthat they were to the that ledby Bntifli Of Kt they not b unequal to any tvJJ f ii flTfr f T Mir tir I w f con COUNTV OF GAL By Valuable TRACT principally forimnj KQt on thedemjttof now JuuSwri at v with lift and New Thoufand Kye Hurtdfed TICftETS tm be given oa of drawing t GilVND LOTrERY which beginspn the cfApRlL bcfidcs the ippoo lefoo 6 tofeMloit bis Ma c W intheprofewtion whlsb there Is aa ternrinatlng fafelyimd and pdfettrlng tiertioni ijfe are to acquaint tfiit which were from Erfurth and of cotrefpondencc took place with tbe Govemracnts of France to gether thedeclaration ilTued6yhis mandoB thetcrmiititionof that His Majcfty U will participate fcrtbe feelings which vtercexpreflfedbv hu it was the by the of profent for the proud by makingaa emphatic appeal to Houfe Iflily faid 4ter of 5 veil buntry The foccouras ETCD orail riot vJthhold bis adWJr wWrfi to the and I r doyour doty to yourfelves and your coun you will prefent yonrfelves in a body at foot of the arid remonaratirjg with M in and refpeftful you of ffl J the either you muft and oi our prefrnr or gSjfcdlhetv vp determination ot r Hs thanking Houfe forthe patient hearing tbat moft probably he fjmnte never trouble His vilbtrfnm or BAKU GROSVENOR by of from the continuance of the its quent from arty of change but emanating from the zeal and Tpirit of the who did notftnd measures fttinilters tokeep particularlyvvith liewas nt inclined toquarrel wiifj any pttft oJi theAddrefsj with the referyation of whjch went tp pledge the Houfe to an approval of an formed under draimftancssof which no tion had been as yet Jie meant noE to attach they muft themfelves fee the neceffity of proper It to hinviha their meafures there was nn obvious wunt Thereiwotild however be abetter fitter time for this the fn interimhe of vigour and witJl only tberefervc be had WHSdifpofed to concur in every other part of the LORD Rofe mies 44 loo 100 IS 15 WcdaeHav if April V Friday April iij Saturday Apniio are cojnmapdcd tnfptm Majefty contiiina to recedefrom tte Spaiijft Government the ftrongeff of their determined perfevnauce in the of the and of the natiomal inde pendence of Spain j and to that fo the people of remain to hu Majes ty will continue ftenuotw Hy tie Spttift In meijtof itsdifflcultiei and Ae engagements ke volwntarily at theoutfct of its Oragfte agatpIt theufurpaaonanflnranny of France and we are eom macded to acquaint tfrat thtfc reduced into the form of a treaty ofaUiance It evident by a bold aad IT feetned bad agaiaft cw now from our tha finances could xrere ni and hearingsxjf could then be i j to by or of llie At refibt they were called variety of rU As be in it frart contained inxhs as by on a not aiancied tliu bk of thrDfle wereframed foas toleave frecdcnj opi andvdifcuflion unioncfced but of They rnuiV eitbCT or diflent the Addreis There 9 tj Our finances wee foijTJHrf m Countrywas parttatlie plans jbted third bUt Of the prefcnt Majeftys MiniSefi have impofe fetters on judgment oievery tentative tbe required not but approbatipa of their r Tbey wifbed to declare affair had not crafy been properly but fnccefsfully They was part co uie would induce them to the whicbtbey T he did not complain nofljwifiniUlo projrokamuch Bqttt that this country was plapeim a new and moft momentous The o ftronX ed uPon The CantrtftorjihBVe Fermiffieinipf he W the Treafury to mckc a FREE GIFT of 1500 WUuie m Addition jo the in tut Pmealyive beisof 3oof 41501 to Mtjefty wiUcaufc to belajd before His Majefly jefty mtnts of his in coamencement of the the King of prefenee and of the Frencn moft deeplyresrettedtXe and Majefty has felt Ijtarfelf bad fo Rifely adopted iiwuch gnwmd and oooCfor def Koufe in reply to a Speech which around foV Rafted readjly concur the ftjtitudes of all the foreign wascertajnly not lavoufabMo Great Our Orders in Council on French fercedthe 401 the T j that of of recajjed wben the latterwere an irritated the public mind be thatit was the Americans by milder ef at the in United States i he intended to Spain T S THE pnbliihed on and w be eoa ci a new Tvneiin Thirtyitivo Ihe Proprietor caMed in to his affiOancf Gentleiuen of fuuply hinv vrith every fo as to render National Replter rcfiing and entertaining to its Rqadcrs of real utility to aqd AdTcnifcprtnWand Orders received hy layicrana Printrft1 JAMJtSS LET or a FAMILY 1 nearthc with three rooms on a double a Urge Rne terrace and a full view of the with entrance into tie Enqnireon or tocotitiouet Majefty tothe King of That Claim to his from having concurredwith his Ma jefty Inthc propriety of rejealDg any prepoCd for negettt flf wa not W he has direitcd the eftjnwtes rftte currentyear to be laid be fore Hit Majcftr relies upon yonr zeal and to make further of fupplyas the figoroni profecutionoftlxe wvrnay render ncceflary and ietrufU toflndtfee of providing fochfoypiy without apy peat or inercafs of the exHUng burthens Majefty fedi aBured that it will be highly to you to nowithftanding the reforted bythe enemy for the purpofe of deftroying the tonfitierce and refources of hii the public rcv nucd inscourfc of annals baJ opt Ol tOC ann n what do egorrs Adminiftratiop toniiU Ic fen out nqmbp of was done by arty of who wotlld bid a liltle abaTe the mirjtet nifters bad a moter What trie vras thtte made tbe ajje TJiey emptef ed w convey Junot bit wlta all the i t i fi i oil j the Tail that Hwfe wastaught toad mire the fpirit and efforts the Spanilh now 7e atisfied with the they quefted iC for he He in with tbenvapd everyindividual in this hprrori tbe tyrant who fo wanrcruiy violated ihetranquilVity If was a fcntiment which anxiety for their filled every this very fentiprent ajuiejiy baveexcited Minifters to more infuppprtfif fo noble s caufe Tbe nature of thofe exeriions QUglu however have been deferent from thole bad The proipefts whicfi theevents of fummer fucfras to encouragement andii fpr fending armiei to tie interior which might ctiange J arid th oiy ooperttive effo mote and to TO in ap undeniable an old fftablifted inacrowaeil nciihbonr LDOI uhh a pwd elerenbaDiel has been in the bufi the Uilperfon leafc may be auiMrimediatc poffcffion coming In about iy to Old TOXiET ff or the to a COUNTING H drably frtuate tn Weft from Cofent g pKnOfa are or any perfon HanfrfpgTfloinj For Fruit Coveirfifrrden Jafces lifufe Strap TO be an elijRant FREE 1 from Croy Kquiaii coovenitnee Habling for ten iaail above or of the remain a term of VT f Tiekittaod had CornbilL to au noahcc for their Infpeaiori Wearcdircaed to inferm ywj tirt theirttafare by Parliament inthe laft for MiUtia has been already and promiTw to be extcnfiyely and that port of Francev jacentto the Spamft employing profe tbe to were ftijT ere detained in Post out any affignabl fepceirf have received hjs Majcftys commands moa cfpccinlly recomrnend duly the imjnenfein tcrcfts are at ftakc in the war nowcftrrying hould proceed as little delay as to confider of the effeaual the augmentation of the Regular in order that Majefty withput iapiirfng the a to avail bimfclf military povrer of Ws ta thcgrcxl in which he is engaged and to cpndnS under blcrSrHT with the honour of and with jnterefts of of the After the bad returned to their Houfej the Earl of pn his atceflji bis oft OB iiis aceeflicrn to the Barony of on bis mother r and rfiiftpps and on tljeir tbe oaths and tbeir to five Kings Speech vas then read fpwnd s 8y WlfU putljjj belong thofe prefent at tbe helm of pubiic Our army was at ptefeftt forcedto Tbat circranftarrfe alone was ficient to dtfpirit otb the anicw aU however we hoold not tfip plan of the grea ItOtd Nelfon was adopt to have flying fqaadron with faffijiemt nuinber ot ttoops on to be landedirterever the euesaiywas or ttijerever bur difembarkaticri could ferve as a to our The convention of of Confer the previous there would be to difcufs on a future His we were highly of fbmeof the Articles i and the dif bis trufted meafiire more efiedual jhan 1 thear BpC Minifters who feat fmall Britifh in proportion to the overflowing nujnbers of t fge witb refpe2 to the power of this the of the whole ftrength of ported by all the nations the Gbntment j rhey thought that by fortyor fifty thoufan4 tbey would infareJfiS6cefs to the Spanifh Aad did they Vdct liofe men to inarch when Pyrenees were tlje w and the roa4 froju Paris to Madrid as cfear as critical lathe troo into wbrJm cno at alL We be afeurs1 oar we greater or fucK a force as makingijaddflaenal ettotts to repel Witbffipte in ouicouniil wuch may be done in was happy to bear of the our commerce and fi Jt was that the that to tojjh Tbey thought that their forty thousand would be aa armed but bad they of fucb aa event VVhen forwerlj auxiliaries tinenti tbf y feryed under Ttrt militarypoweii bad for raw fotmr 4t cottteftKtbe ifor tometbmg paper p fjat Binder fhe it without encountering mighi have tbe end pVavecL afforded hopes which nirg5tJiate been thewhole ahii thEnvhonotir id the ifganJaras of k 4td cbara cone of he Wt owcr boje iPC stfitfes In T J 7 v V tie vedfteih Ae vdbubt fiWM L Ifl ipproVi provided Qf cayalyy vbjbaiior A b mow ft ie faadbe trooas taUonof s Would bad Parliament beea con   

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