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   Day (Newspaper) - January 26, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVlftV MORNING JAWUAIIY 18Qpt 11 PRICE SALES BY PRIVATE AUCTION A FEW SHARES in this Concern to be SOLD by Shor riSNETT and AVON CANAL and AUCTION MART By WOLFE and V their and Stock Fev SHAKES in the above undertak A ings imptria and Albion Fire Office Shares on RED By THE LEASE of a very defirable with a large in Red Lloafquare fituation is cheerful and quiet The pro luve recently repaired and beautJied with great iTSty and are heJ5 under the Bedford for at a low To he rieWd maybe hiJ of riv Order cf the near the four mile on ths Clipham LEASE Cf 744 at per I Ground of in eligible GENT EEL RE MUENCE recently and conveniently fitted up at 2 cxpeuce by the late adapted for the rcceutian of a geutcel with a coach fand ftablingt plcaTure kitchen i well locked With choice Fruit a carriage ap in a roomy very dry X cnnital dining room with bow ftore water eight flecpmg rooms fervinrs butlers 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enabled to fupply on advan Bt ItU Old and JO and aged of refpeftable connec who hai a jood tafttffor and writes an expeditious and undcrftands French and mftes an engagement a cntlcrnan of Emolument il no object to fan who will board and BddrelTed to at Hefltcth Oil Mer No will receive g f ONE Thoufand Five Huhdred TICKETS be givert on tke f irft Day of the GRAND STATE which on the Uth of bcWo 4 Prizes of are i ft 70 l o too BATS OT Wf Jnetdiy April U I ThurHay Friday April lr Saturday The Ciinlnfton Permlftcn of the Lords of the Troafjry to make a FREE GIFT of Whole Addition to the Prftcs in the FIRST A FREE GtFl of toco WHOLE for the firffdriwn Prtie above the Num birs nf which arc as to to to to to to to to FREE GIFT of joo WHOLE for the firft drawn Prize the Nuffl cf as follows to to to to to ts and Shires arc felling at every ticenfeil Lottery SUlERIOR A Corner of GREAT TURNSTILE HAS great fatisfacrion in beine able tn m to the and he after incurring confiderablc eipence In the employ of bed and by V SFLUNDID ASSEMBLAGE OF TOWN PRINTED ri fixed mi immoveable for their wd which ire peculiarly adapted to the prefent mode of as it every of the moft ex ouifue inJ degim dcfjciis and from the Schools of Talte and cjj variftv of rich DamajkPrinted in scir Vfenh Xaroou Blue Ccldteand Royal MILK infuhmittinpthc above to the ihc and tkcvery low Tncc ebabled Proprietor to eominoince It b T of Patterns from theMinflfaaory ofc J3KITISI1 PARLl AM HOUSE OF The thirtyfourth Report of the Coramiffioncrs in Ire land was delivered at the Bur of this Lord AUCKLAND that the further proceedings on the caufe be refumed tomorrow Agreed BRITISH ARMT Iff THE LIVERPOOL and purfuant to the notice he had given mored the thanks of this Houfe to Gene ral and the officers and armyunder his command in the circumftances which had attended die baulc of their Lordfhips were well acquainted1 It was an afiron in which the cool determinatioR of the army forth inunrivalled Thefe he formed the charafteriftics of onrfoldiers but when they found a morfe brilliant oppor tunhy of difplaving themfelves He tnifted that the confideraiion the French had been theag grefibrs in would in the cueir lower thcrneritofsw it was even greater thanif tacked the The fire of the flghr of a retreating and die confidence fuperiority of numbers muft ed die French fanguine hopes flf They rufted our who eriunited by a roarjh of feveral handred and all the privations to which they had been compelled to laboured the additional idifadvan caufed by their approaching embarkation they ruflied upon them with the long boafted in tention of driving them into the fea but they met with a The undaunted of jour foldiers baffled the devouring fury of the Gallic legions and did Uiey not deferve the warmeft commendations of our nation f The relnlt of the battle had been highly important it had fccured the fafe embarkation of of OUT of our artillery and focoropletely hadtheenetny been that he made no exertion to prevent the Britiih the clofe of the nclion of the 16th from putting that neceflhry meafure into This been bought with the lofs of an whofe life had been entirelydevoted to the fervice of His For the two lad wars fcarcely any aftion of importance bad been or expedition un fave under the command of that la mented General Sir John But at no pe riod of his exiftence he difplayed more ac and than in the long and difficult retreat had fo glori oully and the fuccefs with which that re treat and his own life were But his coun his and friends would comforted by bis at His example would remain to encourage and inftrucl his and Gene rals and future To the noble the pangi of private he had been perfonally acquainted with that great and amiable He would not detain the Houfe airy longer upon a queitiorr which could meet with no oppofuioh from any one who poflef fed a true Britiih and therefore by moving anaddrcf of thanks from this Houic to Lieutenant General Sir David fecond in and to all the other Staff and Commif fiOfted Officers of the army under the command late Sir in for the va lour they had difpliyed at the battle and the fplendid fuccefs obtained by their LORD MOIRA faid no one could addrefs the Houfe with fen timeiits ofwanner approbation of theinotiihijpjO pofed Noble Lord than He thought wilv every that valour bad never none whh more fplendour than in the at Bufwhilft Minifters were de fcnbuig hi fuch glowing terms as thej hjid the and determination of ejuhatton conference did not a fingle fave diat of fpring in their minds Did not whilpcr to how odious thofe who caufed fuch bravery to be mult appear in the public fight they not feel the ncceflity cf explanation They be trayed fyinptornsof feemed to triumph in the event that had taken Had they then merely fent the Britiih army to the heart of in order that they might effect an efcage Had they no objeft in view than to how the lifh colours floating in a not to lead to but teyeat They had all our they had doprted the kingdom they had profelfed to to flavery and devaftationThey had not only deprived us of die of but of that of every country in Europe for after the woeful refult of their expeditions to and wonld now truft in their promifesof affiftance and will rjiiafcic now of ufe to hav a Britifli army to guard his when all it has been enabled So been The blame did not lay on the officers ortfie men employed on that but on their The ruin of all pur annihilation of the very pojlibility of a new con die lofs of onefourth of our of ail their of all their of all their were chargeable on Minif ters With a heart bounding with rapture he joined in the Thanks offered tohis brave companionsin but the of the immolated by the ignorance or folly of cried aloud to him for ven Their blood mull not have been fhcd approVatipn the apd his firm intention to Call for an into the condufl of declared LORD did not expect he fhould have been obliged to Houfe on tbisocca He resetted that its attention had been away from the fubjecl of the to con fidefarioris totally foreign to the prefcnt dif The Noble Lord who had laft in his eagerntfs 10 inveigh againft bis Majeftyi had trefpafled OB the orders of the As for he would joyfully have borne the that Noble Lords indig raher than have introdxiced fach extra neous matter into the prefent He allured die that when the day of in quiry ibould hs Majeftys Minifters woulc be found meet fo ia all feverity He e an theiiitcrejrting whid afforded a ground for Every indi vidual in the atyy of his cauntry and tWtoitt Tin brave hadbeen compaiec and tile tbatp and the fimlr the lap fasorwoWit IHll ccn TherecoBeSinn of occafwn in which fo much fnferra giving his faid he fotfrid it impoffitole tchgtve afilont vote on fay that he concurred inthe vrks too weak an expreffion of what he and every bofom mull There WHS no a Bntifltairny had difplayeJ and was fecjirccdylffa ttaill in comparifon of that of was exhaufted with the incefTant fatigue of a matrch of feveral hundred It was in HU under all thefe difadvantages it fuccetfully re pelled dieattacks qfthe fuperior in num bers a fuperiority which was fonn compensated by that of JBritifh It had been thai the French had been die and die advantages which nggreflbrs enjoyed had been painted out But this was not firft time that our Jroops had baffled theattacks of the At Vimierarhe Fralch legions rufhcd upon and met with the complete re But here tlie cafe was far different the Bntite army was ns at Vimieray conpofed at freftly Lmdfed warriorsi animated by a fir I fac cefs they ho ft of retren ting who had for fesetaiweeks langwiAcd cftdcr every kind of HicefTantlyexpofed to the at acfcs ofa in If it haveprocured no military advan tages to country if it have liberty of Spain if it have not enabled fur viviing part of die army to the difgrace of a irmuft at lead teach us how to pre vent another watte of British It moft give birth an inquiry into die caufes that led wanton eipofure of that high fpirited 10 n to the weight of am in the heart of whete they met tso m more affiftance than could have been eTf concluded esprefling again his hbrfes and redocedpffe third ly ratfier tlian the fword or the tljey arrived at Here ttrev were attatkffdby thatforce that had fo long hong opon their rcwr and threat ened them with defeat and Tie dread ed diunderboh lell but impotKitt and To comment on the merits of oor army would be doing injurtice to he and he knew that his fentiments were reechoed by every He then advertedtothe wound of Sir David the death of Sir John Moore and to the grief which every individual muft It was that grief for the irreparable lolies which we had Aiftained of and that compelled every man who was not dead to toenquire into their As for alfn private to public even at this was neither nor improper but as It was now fo violently he would differ it but refeived to himfelf a right to en quire why The Britain army were ordered to march from Lifbon he where they could be of no not being llrong enough to a2 on the unleis powerfully fupporied the which could not be This illjudged ineafore alone had cajfed Portu gal to fall a fecond time a arid lie was forry to not HQ unwilling prey to the power of The fuccefs of the Britiih arms at When all the difadvantages of lituation were con had iraprefledhim with a conviction of the fuperiority of the Briiifh army in every branch of military die the artil lery had foand no equals among die Such an if properly woulc prove an eternal bulwark to die fovereignry of Great Dri ever baffler the efforts of imbecility Minilters as it would bft wafted in fruitlefs ex employed inmreatsJonljr its high fpi rit Would and not till as one of the noble Lords had would become a finking nations The of our troops con vinced him if well Britifh They would feel contemptin the other for the amount of die exports and im of gratitude for our ports to and from were agreed withftandbg what has been was a ing liovj could h be other m wile wlien it was governed by men who were not competent to the affairs of a pa They had forced America to become our foe theyrarfed eVcry nation againft What ever they attempted V Whofo ever diey promticd to forfikan and in volved liwry bey dieir powerfal upon and were wenot a people ft ou Idwe not re main as long as men bdd the helm of Had Minifters he hoped thsj would dial fupport from the na to which Government is when its measures are jnft and and tend to thepub lie Iliit in the prefent bad no right to expert fuch at die idea of faU to redound upon he reprobated frr fending a weai army into wheo IGOsOOO preach had roads Spain Engiift tile whole of tier Bmifti thV baggage and liprfes irati captured by the our array at the emf ofirs flight had maxle a glorious bnt unavail ing fince it had been compelled to leave die and thanks were requirecL He would nor refufe diem to the brave men who fo highly deferved but wifhed an enquiry into the conduct of to be as foon as poflible let on LORD rofe under die painful impreffion of nppofite anc cnnfljfling It was impartible to con template the fiibjecff before dieir with out emotions the tnoft The gallantry and perfevering toils ol our the and encerpriz of the and the afflifling lofles which the country at together their mull long and feelingly were topics upon which there could exilt but one His LordlKip moft heartily con HOUSE OF 1NSOCVKNT Sir THOMAS Tun ION prcfented a Petition from tic Deb tors in the tvtioni he flited to jraoaEt tothrte frundrxil and He eiprcOW his intention of fpeedily the attention of the Honfs tile laws of IJcbtorand and iciyigWBlared that in thp mem time die was in the hajids of a NoUf from whof ucitscf wifdotnatd every tHiig to be THE DOCK Ordered tllat the Hoofc houldrtfolve itfejf into a Com mittee on this day ta take into tKc marecffei2aal prevention of depredations in his J XHfrir the Office of tie Secretary in btup tlJei4th Report of the Cojacuttcc of Accuuuti in that A Clerk from the Corranfrte of Inqtiiry in Ireland bronsht up 7th Report of the Committee of MXM IN pat z queftion as toaTaper which he hnd moved for m the Jail butwhich wzs not on rh Hcstusox that it had not yet been but Sould banbf be TO CAD put a qucftion to wtie 6aumarc2 bad not made an overture of r Ja nd t curred in all the which had by die No ble Secretary been beftowed on diat brave officer who peiilhed at a and in a manner greatly dear to his own glory and 10 the honour of his But while hfs Lord fhip admitted diat no encomiums could fnrpafs die merits of Sir John and of his he took notice that the noble Secretary had omitted what would be found to conititute the fum and pinnacle of that applauie which was their due the noble Se cretary had forborne to call dieir lordlhips atten tion to that perilous and alrnoft hopelefs predica ment into vsdiich diewretchedand pernicious coun cils of a predtcatnenU frotn whicli ever confident in the abilities of the and the valour of the could entertain any rational hope of their His Noble Friend had been reproved for faying tins way a falling country hrs Lordfliip could not cohfider reproof well applied he could not help which ever way he looked around per ceiving every fymptom of a falling country j the hand of Providence appears to be heavy on Witliin bar we have lolt two illuflrioui to abili and the country jullly looked up as her guide and lifeguard in the hour of peril and About the fame fatal period we were deprived of Lord Nv not lefs the terror of the enemy than the glory of the and now we had to lament the untimely death of that brave Officer who was the fubjeft of this nights But litre his Lordlhip he could not reprefs his furpnfe at the total filence maintained by the Noble concern ng die death of anadrer brave and illuftrious General the clofe and early riend Sir John and who pofldfed n the fulled extent the confidence and eAeem of his his Lorcflhip confidered S to the fame of that brave rained in the fame and honourably emu ating the merits and gnllantry of his if Providence hadlpared become one day day entitled to the high and gratifying h6nour of the thanks of the two His Lordfhip that Sir John General An and the whole army had been la Britain would rife far above lhe ColoiTos of and the ftatton in the fcale of European attain fucb glorious let the abufeof power of the be and England would tower in njaWhlefc He then fecond time his approbation the and ERSKIJIE beean by remarking that been untimely and that he had not the orders of the Was it not proper arid natural to deplore the who had been through the imbecility of Had all the and who bad fallen at been on Jamess deir death would have provedfully as tifefiil to their He expatiated on die difficulties and dillrefles the Britiih army had experienced in retreat and em barkation declared that his opinion of their of party valour was that fincehe had heard of thei hefelt the money harder and his as He liras well acquainted jarith Sir John He was bis countryn L excieilent in him iccrVand an country loft invaluable Spain was now irrecoverably Toft what wouldits chtefuiM do ae3 delerted bythe to the errors and mifconducl of Mtnis They had been feut it was impofiible for rhem to aft with and where dieie was a poflibility only of their to die practice of Miniiiers in pnbliflilng igarbled accounts of thedilpntches lent home by whereby thofe officers were and the country Hure Ins Lordlliip ad veited to djing injunction ofSir John Moore to thofe who were near him in his Jart Let my country juftice to my fervices1 faiJ his if I am rightly were die words that broke from the n6ble heart of die expiring and well Ft becomes the country to bear them in HisLordfliip maintained diat the country was not only in a falling but would deferre to fall without regard or if fte fhould pa oenily endure a continuance of thofe unwife and deftrodive meafures which had led to our pre and concluded by in a feparate and diflinft point of his hearty aiJunt to die motions before die LORD WESTMORELAND exprefled great furpnfe at the turn which die de iad taken helitrJc when down the to find the flighteft from the morions fabmiited to their his Koble Friend ranch lels could he have fuppofedthat xjn a fubjedCHke a fpirit of party ihould ftart forth to baffle or impede LORD AUCKLAND declared his coincidence witli Lord Grenyille as the falling tateof the The motion thenpyt arid agreed Two motions made by Lnrd the one of ths production of the value of exports and imports fronvatrf to this country in and thtr Sir iome kind to the Emprror of C A N N i n a that Sir James Saumarez jjad cer tainly mde fuch an bat that he had made it without iiny authority from his Majeftys PRISONERS UNDER Sir SAMUEL ROMILTET moved for leave to bring in a to intend the bcnefiti of the Lords Adi to Prifoncrs r Contempt of for A new Writ was ordered for in he rosm of Hugh THE BRniSH liXMT IN LORD I rife in purfuance of my notice of yefter to call the attention of the Houfe to a fub jeft once moft and moft a fuBjedl wliich muft appeal mod powerfully to tlie reelings of the has nn cccalion of any public gratulation occurred but what it has been mixed wijhfubjeclsof a con trary nature feldem have we had to late ourfelves upon a viftory which maiiunined or augmented the national but at the fame we have had to lament the lois at fome of thofe by whom fuch glory has been It is in this manner that nations parti cipate the common lot of aud that in our as in our individual un mixed unalloyed is ncjt the lot of We Have now to lament an vrho united ail the qualities which wpuld either endear man to or the hero to his One is not and tins is to befrnraTirrrtfiB of the victory in tbpfe brilliant circujnltances of heroiiin and fuc cefs which as it crowned his It is in the nature of that fuccefsis in foroe degree neceflary to human and great as Sir John Moore might have glorious as might have been his his would haye wanted had not Fortune lent her had not viflory waved her angel and hovered over her dy I will not hefitare to that in the annals of our country from its firft civilization to the prefent never has there occurred an ac never hns there been a 10 whom the national gratitude was more Wounded early in the and with the cer tainty of his approaching ha ye re taiued his native magnanimity of he yet retained his fenfe of and like the illuftrious Roman on who dying enrobed liimfelf in his that he might die an Em il may be laid of our lamented hat he died in command died with no other reelings than thofe of his duty as Commander in If he were not able to accomplish the de iverance of the country te which he been let it not be imputed to Hear kim Hear him I know not what the Gentle men oppofue may intend by thefe difcordant bouts difcordant I call becaufe in fuch a they moll certainly jar on my Lint if they intend any implied reflection on his Majeltys I fhould think it would argue in them more decorous feelings to defer fucb ex prefiions of their fentirnents to another The life of Sir though fhort in dura was ample enough for his glory his coun try rnny have caufe to lament his early but he loft nothing by it He had tilled up the cirele of his glory he hadtraverfeJ liis fplendid I will riot diminifh the due effect of his fplendid actions by wearying the Houfc with a detail of them but there are one or two points to which I feel it my duty to call more pecu liar The firft point after a the moft arduoui in the moft unparalle led in ancient or modern this illuilrious General his army at and alfembled them in a whether as to dilci to o the henlthand fpirits of nis which no pofiefTcd or all the cir cumftances of that could have conceimd to have been The then at Sala to ufe his own more refem bVed an army on than a body of men ha ralKd by long march through countries totally unfulted either for the progrefs or fubfittence of the armjj in juftice to I muft here that Hi of the march to the convey unce by tranjports belonged to Sir Moore hirru and was made by not from any want of a due confidence in himierf in his men frtm a that he could and that theT wnujd follow him through greater difficulties and It waslikewiie iche opinion of that lamented Cbmmander that the purpole of the expedition be for warded by the march tl rough and Minifters herein gave to his The fecond point is retreat when retreat became and I will abfolutely take upon to that fiich a retreat is without to your mind fome of the circun ftancei as areghen in the official narrative army   

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