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Day (Newspaper) - January 24, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY 1 MUSICAL GLASSES and PHILO OPHKAL No near hts the honour to in fcirm and all perfons nf harmonic taftc hat after an abftnct he foliciu their pjtronag countenance it his Graiid fittc in the TTinftelfjant iid convciiicEt which h OP art efforts to increafe the creel Vie of thofe fweet founds which ftaud and th cjmncc ami attention he has paid to improve the brilliancy of the were latel with the marked approbation of their Majefties is well aware bow many anrafcmenrs hiiy offered tothe arc exaggerated in thede fription and rells a wellfounded hope that when the pub Vc honour his Saloon their thcjr opimo will efUbliCh the merits of what be and hi endeavours ivith that protccfUon and applaufe which it l his moft anxious ftudy to Admittance Doors open at Seven o begin pre requefts Ladies and Gentlemen wh wifh to have places will fend their fcrvancs th Saloon for that where Tickets may be ALBANs FREEMEN in the Intereft of Mr Carriage be ready at the Three morrow at Seven oCrock THE JL LLIAMS informed TO and A of refpectable connec who has a good tafte for Planning writes an expeditious and underltand FencfTand wilhcs an engagement with a Vntleman of no objcil to hi who will board and lodge I Ipoft addrcfTed to at Hefkcth 6 oil No will rrciivc immediate manufactured by with have decided advantages over tVife mode in the common The tallow being melted with team is greatly improved in its quality and MI by being coitsd with emit a Brighter fhmcfwith no and arc more durable than only by the Candle and Soap for the convenience of in Boxes of and Twelve Dozen at Flcct and A this only deliver goods for ready Country Corrcfpondents arc reqUeiled to Tend references forpayment in London with their FOR Thirteen Years the IRISH LINEN COM PAN Y have oppofed the injurious plan of whitcn inr with muriatic acid and for the laft eight they h kept a Houfc open in London for the Sale of and which are to he had in this coantry only at their near No article faldbut not lels than a piece of ij One piece at wholefale and no abate ever Kach piece is warranted as to and to be bleached on the and the money returned if a fault Orders executed with as ufuil for Bank of Ireland Notes Agent to the is their only Houfc in SUPERIOR COTTONSV V his Corner of GREAT TURNSTILE HAS great in being able to an nounce to the he after incurring ctmOdcrablc expracc In the employ of the bcft and aidedby local ASPLENDID AKSSMfeUAGE OV TOWN PRINTED Of fixed and immoveable for their petujatriy the of as 5t combines every of moft ex nuifite aiid elegant dcfigns and patterns from the Tnn ItalianrandAliatic of Tafte arid ditplays su infinite variety of rich PHote4 Sine CeTtfteTOa Royal Bie and other peculiarly adapted Drawingroom Diriknand Break fall with correrpoiidlng Borders Medallions for Chair to match andan ertenlive afibrtmerit of Plain of faft colours arid Plain and Bordered Kca Mo KIN fqr the varied purpofcs of cle LMiit in fubmitting the above to the inflection of 1 h feelconfident the fuperior quality of kis the very Jow price he is as a Manufacturer 1ruprictof to charge relies lhall fccure of tiiatpstronagc it has been his ambition to A frcfli Cugnlv of Patterns from the Manufactory way be feii Wednefday and at hii Warchonfc ubovc referred The Trade arc alfo ME Thoufand Five Hundred TICKETS will be given on the Firft and Second Day of drawing the GRAND STATli bwini on the I2ibof APRIL bcfides the undermentioned 4 of arc c ittdin price ftioin of SACKS BY PRIVATE CONTRACT AUCTION A FEW SHARES in this Concern to be SOLD HENRY Shor ter and Changc Alley i TO be by WOLFE and 1 Six Shires in the and Six Shares in the Albion Hre Alfo Five Shares in the Weft Middlc fcx Water By Order of the Executors near the four mile 6n the Clapham LEASE of 7H at per JL annunyGround of an eligible GENTEEL RE and fitted up at a coriCderable expcnce by the fate for the immediate Teception of a genteel with a houfe and pieafurc kitdicAi garden well Hocked with choice fruit a carriage ap proach a roomy very dry capital dining drawing room with bow lore water eight fleeping rooms with fervantl butlers part of the furniture and the ufual fixtures by viewed every Sunday excepted from the hour of it to with by applying pcrfonally to Houfc and Eftatc Ncwington MA RMION a Tale bf By ODJDEN Author Lay ftf Printed for Archibald c and William Albcm Fleet Edinburgh antjohn Jult QEVEN O By LORB A new Jtin on Se7eft SHOP of now firltpnb Alfo four Sermons of tliciatrftVjiliam of Lincoln Oxford Printed at Prefs for Pwkef fold alfo by Cookt and BUf and by Rivinf Pauls Ciurchyari Where may be lately PuWfted by the fame the third edition Lift of recommended to the SUNBURY A Very valirable Freehold and TitheFiee fituate at UpperHal in the parifh of Sunbnry confiftingof three and other large well and about forty acres of and ipafture in good nearlfthcwhole of which loins the bomeftead fituate in the plcaianc and healthy vil tagc of Upper near Sheppcr and only 17 miles from near to the River and cxtcnfivc and beantifol view of the furrounding being extremely cligibtr or a gentlemans reCdenccand arein the occupation of from year to atthe moderate rent of per annum and alfo a freehold adjora ngthe above wittrfeveral valuable fequlfitej be ouging for carrying on the malting bufinefs in the occupa ionof tenant from year to at the low rent of per Further particulars may be Wim mm and ChinceryIane and of Clark and Surrey who e authorifed to treat for the falc Tuft 3u iUottra mioetargnmentU J cundum cditionem Se Index Cepiofif Parker W et ed from the There were fome ttttt Government had not tho and t6whichhis Minffteb couFd courfe give more But any pa per that had lain before Congrefs openiv they could have no objection to LORD AUCKLAND explained that he intended to requefl only iuch papers as had been obmrtted to die and repeated Sismo tion that the Lords Ihouldbe fummoned this day fortnight to take into confideratiori rheiefcindine the Orders in LORD ERSKINE fuppotted the and declared his firm opi nion that had the proportion been made by Ame rica of taking away the embargo with rcfpedt been accepted in lefs than a month the United States would have been at war witfc LORD BUCKINGHAMSHIRE CompJajnect of the Editor of a rr tiMW 1 rnrnent ffiouldtw lowed him to proceed on the plan feShV hai the and already in panTo SelsfuUy r triee tho IfoB aUowino to ErfcUSH GPiVTr itfignrfiiri Cowrfe ofEdmcatlon fuecced to Uur StUdf oT Engliflk the teamed Ac ufc of poibas in generalwho wldt taantaile a By Printed for Richard be had of 3ryce and Cojf and all othtfr Of whom alfo may be to his Son on tnd By the late George Vrice in boards a account that fie hadapptovecTof Conrentron of Arthur alone had trie condUa of the and that Sir Arthur alone L diereTore entitled tb the thanks of his country not a cafe with out S When this Tnifreprefentatioa iroma arid would owke no that took this oppor to thai he had in his fpeecb made no allofion whatever tothe Conventionof Severalbthcr motions of little importance hav ing been THE HARt LIVERPOOL moved the thanks of the liouie to Sir rhnr for i T thundered over theTrench fleet on the banksof the lie was com mand of Lord but was the Noble Admiral thanked Nelfon had Hone Nos it would have BeeVi thought tA conclueror to require When the battered Copenhagen Into he was in command to Sir Hjfde whofeftatbri was not even far diftant fronj Lis yet Str Hyde neither expecTed nor received I do not therefore think I am imTuft to wards any other Officer when I move that Sir Arthur Wellefley be called to to receive the thanks of Houfe for the aod which he Udplayed in the aftion the and that of 21st of at the head of the Bri TO a refpectable Morning T7OR a refpectable Morning a PRIN fully competent to the whofe haractcr and recommendation muft bear the tcft of every Apply to near the ROYAL TO a ijnall PRIVATE HOUSE in the coghboiirhood of the Royal Lombard or to be entered at Mid poft addreffeu to will be attended a 6 io 500 IOO a UPPER TO handfomdy for one or the and to be of commodious newly erected two two excellent convenient dnmcftic and good i Furniture and India ihaWJ Ware ed in p long mnch reduced in twilled Sarienet incjuding every falhionaHc colour at 170 beautiful at J03 Pieces of Printed warrapted faft at per yaii 307 rich Crimfon and Searkf Ground at 1000 Pieces real Chintz patterns really at worth Pieces warranted fail at regularly charged byiFurniturc Shops joij Quihs and from 5 boxes of Irifh purchafcd under parti cular from regularly at per yard under the At and THE BY This Day is in foelfcap price Poerai in five J By Printed for Hjirfti and Pater i Of whoajmay be by the fame Letters addreHed to a Young fourth in three price Letters addrejfed t o u Yooog Cecond in three price iL POCTOJ and price iL The Advsnftgesoi in two price Goffips tiro Gfth prieie ATale of third ThisDay pondi UK ylth royal Houfe of price of PtEUSj coaulniaf the chief Monhers of each and tie TKISEMT tirrsc proper names bo d devoid ufefol DAYS or April li I Friday April Ji I Thurfday April 17 Saturday April g The Contractors have Permiffion of the Lords ol the Treafury to make a FREE GIFT of 1500 Whole Tickets in Addition to the Prizes in the riRST of icoo WHOLE for the firildrjwn Prize IjL the Num of which are tu to I to ta I to I to o to j to to I i to s Another FREE GIFT of 500 for the firft drawn Prize abote theNum of which are 33 follows to to tO 17iOiI i to l T and arc felirng at every Licctifed Lottery NilW TUST pubifned by J and and CucBoo Concerto for the Piano tvith for a full price 6d without The whule of the mufic in new meloJrJmatit opera of the as performed at hKings compofcd by Maz ainrhi price Tiie Siege of a new performed at the Thenrre in which is a faVpurite March and by Bifhop theoveriUrc the relt oCthe teufic by The favourite fong of Young as fung by Mr price air with by I price Braham t celebrated War as fucg by in the Siege of price 14 Alfothc favourite fohj of as fung by Brahsm in the fame price Turoue avcc 1lntroduction de Ja Favorite Fandango for toe Piano Korte by Von priM On Loilir pour If Piano payncment coropofed by L Von price ho the liVourite cwnic long of Lnanmn 1s ESTATES IN THK COUNTY Of TO BE PEREMPTORILY orr Tuefday the nfl Day at ti oclock in the with the approbation df SAMUEL COMPTOM one of the Matters of th Court of Chancery to at the Public Sale Room of the in cmrfnant to fevenU orders of the Taid made irr nrnfea there DOWSKS certain comprifcd in the Manors of Bontranagh am in the County of in th Kingdom of fre part of the EituKs of the NTarquis of Donegal and in the acres and ij for an term of icoo a peppercorn rent fubjcfl to the feveral valid fub on the faid Eliiates in the feveral and fubjeeT to the Conditions ftated in the printed particulars which were iffucd for die of the fame on the iith day of 1808 but which falc has been till the illl day of February Particulars may be gratis at thr faid Milters in aforefaid oj Aldridgc and Colley LincolnsIun of ManleyanJ Inner Temple of Great Bcdfordrww of Hationgarden and in Willhm Dublin tod at moft of the principal Irnis in the vicinity of the Lincolns Vuftead of a tedious detail tifdfttei and cccding each witheut ihfornutioix qr rational e aboundsia anecdoft It IJ the of Compeidiotts fought but which it has the obfervationiof a long and ailife life to colleamto the prcfent Printed for Goddrdt No Pal1 Ma i Grq AvcWariaJaojf aftd Cornbill to be had alfo of all Of whom may be bf the fame the Biogra oH3aiim difplayed on 1 Jch of Attguft and the 21 ft ot the lame theBntilh troops in Portugal to fuccefs aad yic This tribute of national was due to the and to the unconquer able army under his He knew that the action had been miireprefented by many as tiot fo important anU glorious as it really He knew that the number of the enemy had been the difficulties under which they la boured and their meansof refinance purpofely But thefe were not The enemys army was and when engaged in fought only with 0art of The enemy enjoyed 3 military poflef Con couatry all its refources were at their difpofkl they had garxifons ia forts which they could have brought lato the field and what were the numbers of the Bririft army inferior tilh army i tory has LORD MOIRA then It is not without paMnl that I find myfelf compelledto pppqfelapart cnotiop which the noble Lord has T ahl merit its know to defirous appreciate theikill and talents the hraye to thofe of tie exprefied his intention Ja Three price it in A REGISTER of tXboth HOUSES of the BRITISH from tKe Union in to the fourth Parliament of of Great Britain and in Sly ROBERT T Printed for and Paterqtjf Of whom maybe fey tfcefanie APoIItinlinifcrrotfieHiUoiJciof Great Britain and tfi orjcotnfteteBegifter nfjfae Hereditary frjom the earlieft pe of not entering inw any difcufljoa 4ibout the cc bad place after viaory was IJe wUhext to reduce the queftion to one the praife which the conquer oc yimiers His fucceiVbad as he had ftajed but in reality it had been great On the fbur by the hand of and defended by die power of all die engines of After a well hasdiQjfeyedii He pJcHs Jcan adinqre to The ncble die motioa has not been too profufe his comHjendationsi Even the glowing he has empldy ed in his narrative of Sir Arthur Wellefleys cam paign in Portugaj feem faintwhen compared with the of Blackinga leaf from the laurels which he rtas I would if poflible to add of juftpraife t3 But I confider rayfelf as under the obligation of a continued which the late Inquiry Has im pofed upon me andI will not beunjuft when 1 am called upon to do what is called an aift of Were this Houfe to agree to the motion as it would pafs a moft fevere vote bf cenfure upon the conduct ofan who has al ready fuffered much from the blindjprejudiceofpb has enabled me o inveftigate more than any member of this into the conduct of the Geherak employed in the glorious campaign jn and Ifolemnly on my that had Sir Harry Bnrrard given up the command of the Britifli Arrrry to Sir Arthtir he met him during the courie action at as thenobleLord vyifhed us to hould moft havp feverely centred wave his but Let ui eramine die and e will be convi to ttc TBe third correcied Jllif mill its in iMililiii Arirfrtir for fic a andi of Grca front 1717 JfccbpA that the mindis toft in wander whife ctintejnplitmgtht oafs of heroic and thenom cf brilliant together within the compafs of thefe Ttc Author hjs eiccuted a laborious and has eftablifbcd u claim to the acknow ledgments of his ountry He tis micifeftcd dill jcnce to the collcaioa qf materials cot be lieve that the writers partiality inducftjiintin 3 Caglc to fnpprrts wSUkia the fejr febpa of or one whkh be to BRITISH bv rmcrr wli 3V tile f PROPRIETY of PERSONAL BEAUTY and Health canncrt be more eflcn tUlly than by attending to the prcfcrvation of the NEWTONs RESTORATIVE TOOTH POW having received theapprabition of the and a generous by an eitenOve conrump tion for a fcrics of as wU at the Its fuperior from the analysisof its the hioft diftinguiflied raedical who OBVC pronounced it the moft pleafant VegetabU Tooth Pow knitwn to encreafe the beaory of the and pro note the durability of the aridirMch in confr of its experienced honoured with the of tbeir and the vari ous illuftnous branches of the Royal in the United Newtons Tooth Powder is an aftringeat and antifcsrbu a delicate extremely grateful to the and pleafant in itsufe in to thofe who apply is a certain prcTentatire to pain or decay of the to the lateft period of It continues faithfully prepared by at late of Great from the genuine Re ripe of the late SirRicfcardJebbV Phyficiin to their Ma and fold and y Shaw and Church who he his enqottersl to make a liberal allowance to his Town and Country alfo by Cofltn ac MMNewtonc Jate BcdfprdTauarc and by every Perfumer and Medicine Seller in the in boxes at each Alfo behad of all thi different Venders in the prie HOUSE OF The Ouke of GLOUCESTER prefented a Petition in favour of Debtors in the Kings which was ordered to lie on the i TheBifhop of OiroRDgavanotiee that hcfliould preach before Houfc on 3Jth cf in the Abbey His Majeftys Anfwer the Addrefs of the Houfe of Lords thanking thejn of their rcidinefs to grant him the fupport the present affairs Lord MOIIA gave notica of his intemism to in an early that a Cammittee be appointed to confider into the propriety isf Iroprifoning dcbtorsfor Lord ERSKINE declared his intention to putan end to the ttamcful aad wanton cruelty flxewn that on a day when the thanks of the Houfe were to be a bra and tlie army who had conquered under bis he flipuld be forced to introduce He then propofed thgt tords fhould be fum moned this he Intended then to move thqt the Orders in Council Jhould be re of notwithftanding cality and numbers which they But thiswas only die that led to a ftill more glorious military On the his wifdom had dived into the intentions of the French General He knew that placed as they were after a firft the French ftopd espofed to much greater danger than before pot only from but from the Ponuguefe feeing their tyrants conquered in one xvere more likely to rife againil them on every ideyand crufh them uader the weight of He there that thejpnly means which now pofleifed of keeping diem in was in a fecond to regain honour and foperiority they had loft in the He knew they cometo attack and he was prepared to meet His forefight was here as the killwith which he ranged his army the courage and heinfpired his fol bejfeverance widi which hepurfued the aibaatHge it led him to a greater r the judgment he changed the pofition of his troops with changing circum and die fuperior genius with which he deceived the epemy into movements which proved fatal to Welkfley had already gathered laurels in other parts of the but it was that he had ftamped his fame for It was here that he had repulfed the war account of all the difpofitiotis hehad the progress of the Britifh the completion of the Sir Harry Bur rard approved of what had of the meafures he intended to Here is an aft which Sir Hairy a Turned the ref ponfibility of fuccefs or Oughtthenthe man who erpofed himfelf to in cafe the plan of fhould not to be deprived of his hare in the reward of his triumph Sir Ardiur commanded the army to march forward Sir Harry the fame evening countermanded his or Here is a fecond difplay of fecond pledge of the refponlibility which he af and a decilive proof that Sir Harry had the direction of the It is true that the latter meafure has been feverely but unjuftly fo for it is impoffible for any un lefs he flood on the field of to fay that our army ought to have proceeded forward the fame I bent all my attention upondiisfub jeft and notwithftanding I had the opinion of military men engaged in the fame although every the country and filtration of T require was beforc sn able to form a decifive opi you dpit my you who have heard of the inquiry without eo teimg its maze I have never been called upon to fay publicly what I think of Sir Karry rards conduct on this occafipn and Bur Meanwhile wiAed the and copies of had taken place with the American J Miiiifters for produced Jy riors and deprived themof half the artillery which they had the ufelefs to comment any longer upon the and perleverance of It would be even to attempt to prove the refult of the battle of Vi miera to have been a glorious ft ought tohaverbeen known bjevery as it is acknowleJgedbyevery Officer who has only read a defciription of Sir Arthur only the but the grateful afFcflion of his and it would neithei be juft nor ho nourable to fuffer talents fucb as which caufc 3nd infure the of to pafs unre the thanks of the Before I proceed to lay my motion before the Houfe the Noble Lord fliow that the thanks of this Houfe ought not tobe weakened by but to be granted to Sir Arthur Contending with the difficulties which fpring from rainy landed thej Britilh army fafe at Mondego Bay Whoj on the led agatnft the and took pofleffionof their afld fitions on the prepared his troops force of tMe put them and thtir artillery Sir I do not with to underrae the me that Sir butI only the winch he has take dais opportunity of folemnly declaring before you that it was Purfuit at that moment was fraught with The advarf cages acquired by ihe fuccefs or the might all have been forfeited by an imprudent ftep in the evening and the inftead of being dazzled by the frequently deceitful light of vic an though ho nourable as a pledge of might have proved fatal to the whole and caufed the failure of die ought to be thanked not and ignominioufly cenfured tor his laving I fay ignominiouily cen fnr what greniir ftigma can be cart ori a give the thanks of the nation to his bound to obey hfs and to leave him a becaufe uncem mended name Think what an officer muft feel whpfe charadler fo whofe fenle of ho nour muft be fo dnd your veting an addrefs of thanks deierviag Wellefley betomorrow expoied to the un merited icom and of ft iaid that uhen the brave Nelfon de firoyed French fleet on the cosit of he was under the conunand of Vin that fie landed on the evening of rhe 21 that received no public mark of gra titude for a victory ww by hs The coble admiral perliapi thousands of miles fromthe latitude where thre aflion took and it would have been ftrangely grant to aii abfent tire re ward which his inferior had alone
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