Day, January 28, 1809

Day

January 28, 1809

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Day (Newspaper) - January 28, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY 1 OCLOCK JANUABY F T to Rent or a fm ilc of fmall neat to Copthall rkv with the option of pur contains Cx or cipht bcd r and hV ivith from five to thirtyacres ot fend be within five ami twelve miles ot LITERARY This day is in 16 price in THE NEW or an Introduaion to the Mythology of the Ancients in Queftion and compiled principally for the ufe of young By jiLLARD Printed for and Ormts Paternof r Surrey or and Blackman TpioMASs GUYs COOPER will begin his on SURGERY on RTonday or next of Kin of SUSAN fsrmcrly of in the T in the County of they will hear to their TivtRlOOL NEW LIGHT firrv only Four fets out from the M N Charing Wed M rnv mornings at Cx through Aftby Bur the Mid and to where Vlmnrr the fccond VCh the ROYAL throngh and on and new out oa and arid Mjlford Haven every Evening at Sundays at i 01 NORTH WALES MAIL every frum the Gcocral Pott Office at COACH by Salop and ccry Morning it except Bv GEORGE and A This in thick corrd pondingtvith the Index to the Houfc of price ICAL INDEX to the HOUSE ofPhERS containing Anecdotes and Charadiirs of the chief Members of each thePublic Conduct and of the TRESKNT LIVING on a newand improved Bythe of the BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX ro of f nftcad of a tedious detail of date and proper names fno ceedjng each without and devoid of ufcful information or rational the prcfcnt work abounds in anecdote in the LIVJSIO It precifcly the kind pf work under the tunic ofa Compendious his always been fought but whichlc has required the of a long and active life to colled Into the preTeni Printed for Thomas rPaH Mall Gra dock and AveMarialane and Lomhtll to bebadalfoofall Of whom may br by the fame the Biogra phical Index to the Hoofe of in corrected to the prcfcnl SALES BY PRIVATE OF H By HARRY A Valuable TRACT cotilalmng Four fcart of that wellknown called ike pro perty of a Gentleman rcfldinfjia to for at a yearly chief reffltot 4fld years rent on the dernife of esflh taaw Corner of GREAT TURNSTILE ercn fatisficlion in being able to an il nrmrcto the and he has onfiderable cxpence in the employ of OM iNiim PRINTED fi Or the 6th of February will be a hew in Royal Quarto and Imperial ORIENTAL FILiLD dedicated by acd under the of his their Royal Princcof Wales and the the of pircAcrs India embelKflied by 40 from defigns by executed by Howlett cn fnarea underthe direaion of and a fupcrior Rylc by Bulmer and In two handfome Royal price Five and Imperial Three boards forming a cotnpJcte defcription of the Wild Sports of the and Natmal HiRory of wild wUd the and moft other undomefticated Alfo the feathered fifhes and Intcrfperfcd with a variety of intercfting anecdotes relative to thdr The fcenery rives a faithful rcpretetatlon of that piaurefque the manners and ctiflomf of the native and Encopean inha By Captain Thomas upwards of twenty years rcfident ia Printidfor Edward Bondftreet Crolby and Black and and fold by all the renewable fine of a let ott improved rents amounting annually Tte fituation Uwithin two miles of the Tfiwa of the County of Further paruciiUrs at PhUlips New Bondftreet LEASEHOLD By HARRY ACOJvIPACT LEASEHOLD moderhly Cluate near BloOmiburffquare 5 thrbe principal chaiiibSra jwdi djpewog drawing two parlours and with every requiQtc doifteltic re cently uadergoQcrepaiilind held for a term of 14 at a low May b viewed b y tlckeni Which may be had at d for their adapted to the prcfcnt mode of Fi i us it combines every ef the moft ex cmifiLand difipns patterns from the and Aiiatic Schools of Taftc arifl difplays Damatk Printed inScor C Blue Celefte and Royal and othrt peculiarly adapted fr and Dining and Break fiit with corrcfponding BordersMedallions for to match and an extenfive affonment of Plain U of aft colours and Plain and Bordered KER lEiKitts and for the varied purpofa of clf infubmltting the above to the infpedlionof feel confident the fuperior qualityof his aid lit very low price he is a Manufacturer ti teoniiLncc ofthat patronage it has been bis ambition to Urcfn fapply of Patterns from the Manufactory may be cvty wednefday and athh Warchoufc dc are alfo A NEW CONTEMPORARY This Day in a large OAavo price in cmbelliflied with CKARACTERSof 180910 or L FULL ad ACCURATE MEMOIRSof vsrioas Perfons diftinguiRied m the Waiks of Public in the the the Army and i and the Among the PerTons of whom there appear accounts in the prefeat Volutneare thefollowing FASHIONABLE RESlUfiNGEi Sajxybly AN elegant HOUStiT Cmitc oa tiftCaft Cde Baker The in jowd fitted with modern and fupcrWy farnilbcfl witftrn the laft sre fully the tion of a For furthei1 particulars apply toMf New r ONE Thouland will Ftve Hundred TICKETS be riven on the Firft and Second Day of drawing thcGRXND STATE which begins on the nth of Af f beudts the underihentianed Prizes of are 4 10 ao loo Ticscx DATS Of April u 1 Thurfday April n I Saturday April 17 April 19 Th have Permiffion of the Lords of the u make a FREE GIFT of 1500 Whole in to the Prizes in flRsr A FREE GIFT of icoo WHOLE 1 for the Prize above bLrs n whick arc as lollows to to 10 to to to to to to to the Num SECOND Another FREE GIFT of 500 WHOLE for the firfl drawn Prize abov which arc as follows a to to to to Shiret are felling at every Licenfcd SUBSCRIPTION IN AID THE SPANISH City of London THE COMMITTEE defire to inform the Pub that the purchafes of articles moft wanted by SPA NISH hivc been made to an extent profor tloBitc to tbc amoant of tlic have been called in difierent parts of the Em wiSahfcriptions IMVC been entered the amount of which is not yet The Committeeiave alfo that others are intended from which confi dTjblc additions to the prcfcnt Fund may be Committee arc anxious to imprefs on all the Inhabi tsrtsof bc britifh that inach is ftill required to the numerous levies of Spain to take foe very rcverfes whicli have tikeo place in that tin kT aJoiaoiial aid and incrcafed it is not the character o the Britifh Public to dcfcrt a great nation in the time o Treachery ind eiccflcs may have been committed in a of ajvcrlc but it is impoffible that fuch a CJH be general among a people hare been larhahle fur elevation offentimentandfcnipulons I ir and devotion to the caufe in which they iri however become availing without thofc which re ncccdary to give With fuch the Committee believe they ultimately will that the Britith Pubkc will evince the deep it lesU in this important ftruggle by farther li and timely Amountof Subfcriptlons advcrtifed 6 8 BY THE HAND Ot 1 HE Bilhop of DaviflS Cexe Sir Marquis of Lord Lord Sir Chief JuRice of Colonel Governor Sir Samuel General Sir Sruarjii Bilhop of GehcrAl Captain Sir Spencer Sir Alexander The has attended the I f I I i I tlon of nine voturaeu of Wprkind iuy UmufaaA gtfpics of fucceffivc large Edl render uhnecelGfty any furtliercxplanationbf its andWghly Time eohferrcd a feature on this publica which it could not of iginallv and the unfpar ing fcythc of the early with fome into a Necrology or Obituary of de parted In point view the work exhibits acw claims to general iatsreft and as every fucceffive Edi tion has been carefully reviled and the work may be generally received as a faithful Biographical Hiftory of the prefcnt The Editor fljall that fblce 9f the in gratifying laudable curiofity relative to Pub lic he has in no inftance fititficd the wiftcs of Primedfor and to be had of all Bookfellcrs and Dealers in Of whom maybe new and rzvifcd Editions of oralltheformcr prire in LA Lately was price LOIU3 CHANCELLOR BAGONs READ ING upon the STATUTE of which forms the Groundwork of Modern A new with very full Notes and By WILLIAM HENRY of Lincolns A certain Critical Review flippantly that the above edition of Bacon on coirfequcnce of the very tew corrections it is altogether unncceffary al though there abfolutcly are alterations in it by which even the meaning of the of all other editions hath been entirely fcarcely IcU in number than the pages of the work itfelf and confequently it is moft palpable that taqfc whetUer judicious or not upon whirh it is not for the Editor to give any muft ntceflarily render the prefent edition fomething very different from being merely if unnecctrary in order to vindicate tfce edition in and at the fimc time to lay bare either the blindnefs on the one or the malignity on the of the fclfdubbed competent and impartial Cri tic above alluded it will be quite fufficient to give an extract or twci from all the other Reviews by which the work hath hcen taken notice which do not attempt to impofe upon the public either a grofs mifrrprc fcntation of or a pretended Review of Books which have not been The peauIUr and excellence of the prefcnt edition fays the Law Journal are to apparent as to be imme K lunacl Rolls M ANTON a iz 6 i 11 6 I o o Horfon Houfc I O O o 10 6 o ia 6 e a 6 o 10 6 AT Hatton i i o George I I o Whltficld o 10 o gt THE Hunttr Mittbcws uol nptions arc rtciived it the andall the Bankcn in Lnndon and o ia 9 0 13 6 O 10 6 10 6 jo to o at Lifts oi Sujfcriprions are ready for 2nd others U ttit Caj o Lyuiioa tator book in the fecretary of Races office is the in From PICKERINGS sPEEcftilpfTttE OF THE UNITED OM tHE KOTION TO REPfeAL THE SEVERAL ACiTS LAVllfrG AH NOVEMBER the atapleT difcufGon already the refolution on your leaves me nothing to detail on theeffifft produced by the in regard to to or On die two great prac tical who knew the changers and refources of thofe forefaw that it make no Thrs we all now know to be the fuft rwhile we oudelves feel its not as are two nations have violated our neutral maritime asid that to compel their the roeature with contempt to remove it be Sowe will endeavoar to iondeal our mortifica tion and becaufe we cannot injure we will continue to punilh To renew our while their decrees and orders remain we are be abject and degrading fubmiffion j and that we have but this to make war both na or continue and enforce prefent fufpenfion of It has been from away In thit Tortakewar the ion which I will recite Toms The title of the regulation is remarkable it is concerning prizfiKmadeac thi natosga implying that thisregulation was intended to abate the rigour of maritime law before that time practiied towards neutrai commertei Afterobferving that proportions had beets maue to him by thedeputies the council of com the Frehch king evpreffeS his approbation jof feeing he finds in them the Weans which he has always fought of procuring equally theadvantages of the fabjefts of Reutrul princes and French crulzetsr He Tiie fab jetfs of neutral princes will thus find the care which his Majefty has taken to prefwe for them tbffaite extent aiiJtbt fame Kliriy ofcSmmcrcf tfjff bavt been accajlomtd to injoy faring I will now rend fuch ofthe articles of this French regulation as relate to theqUeiUon under examination Article Majefty forbids french flop or briflf into the ports of his inz to fuhicfls of neutral going from the ports of arid laded on account of tbe Dwnera or other fubjecls of the Hiid neutral with dizx of the growthor inanufaclurc of their own to cSrry fime Jirnily intoany States even thofe wjti wfiichhis Majeity is at war provided ne that there be not in the faid vefiels any contra band They are in like forbidden to ftop vcffcls belonging tofubjedts of neutral from theports of anyState evenofthofe withtvhich his Majefty is at and laden on account of the owners or other fubjeifts of the faid neutral Incrchan dize which they ball have received in tlic or ftate whence they hall have to retora directly Into the portsof the dominion o tKcIb Article He alfo forbids them to ftop veffels helpng fng to the fnbje2s of neutral departing from the ports of one ftates neutral or allied to his w go into another ftate alike neutral or allied to his Majefty j provided they are hot laden with mcrchandife the growth cr manufacture of his enemies in which cafe the mer diaudlfc Ihall be good alld the veffels hall be re IB like manner his Majefty forbids pnva eers to flop vefleb beloogiugto Cubjeifls of neutral princes departing froma ftate allied Majefty or to go to fnic tie cnetnyof his Mrfefty provided there be not on board fnid veficl any merchandife rtoir of the growth or jmnufaflure of the enemies of his Wa jeftjr in which cafci the merchandife hall be good ind the veffsls ihall be rdeafed Article Veflels belonging tofubjeifb of neutral ftatea which hall depart from tbc ports of a Itate the enemy of his and there have taken their in whole or in to go to tbe ftatrs of any other prince tban their whether to liis or may be lopped and brought into his and hall be declared good priatwith their even although laden on account of the fubjeifU of his or of an allied or peutril regulation of Louis in 1704 he be ing then at war with England and was reenaaed by Louis XVin France being again at war with England with fome excep tions in regard to thofe neutral nations with whom France had formed treatyftipHlations incompati blewith that thefe five articles we if I roiftake 1756 trade to and from and SIR General Sir Anhof iri the HonlVon the Treaftiry Bench in hjs regitflferitals3 the Speaker thus addreffed Sir Anhur of opinion has arifeh as to eVenrs in Pofta Parliament have deemeditincurhbent ott them trt thank the gallant thfe briiriarit viftory of been In your praifera panic AI A the pubUc voice has been rour praife fuccefs by ydur iflvinciV but what is Hill to have yourfelf at once and and to avr Arthur and gerierali It ply to have fecuffe3 Sy your afts of taoft ftrange entered emendations fame of them t6 give a totally different fenfe from all other others to explain material many to tlucidate that which in tire former teat wjuntholly unin As there arc frsv now read Cokes Firft without the late valuable Commen tary fowe tmft there will be no Student who It as doubtlefs all by the great name of to fludy Reading who will not be thankful to Rowe for the affiftancc he has Law Journal for Some from the carclcfsnels of its firft and partly from the abftrufe nature of the have long required aid of a judicious Anno and we tKink that Rowc has rendered an ac ceptable fervicc to the profeffloti particularly younger part of by the pains which he has beftowed upon this And Other parts of the work con tain many fuccefsful alteration of the which were involved ia deep for 1806 To mention many of the numerous emendations here made would exceed eur i are extremely both beqaufc they afford facility to the jnft un derOanding of the and becaufc they aoledil cuffions of fome of the moft important points in the Law of added to the judicipus altera tion in the text render the prefent rdition a mofl valuable prefent in gtneraL the LIK rary Jouroalfor Liberal and manly iritiate challenges refpetl but fuch aa ewmple 6f flettnrfs as the thine wluch ns owner calls hy the proftitutcd name Critical Re only with its when iris thus held up to public dcrUimi and PaWUhiA byW ReeJ and air other Law Bookfellcis of whom may be by the Dime jaft An Argument in the I a thaafend and athoufand tofies declaredrthat we have impartial neutrality to wards thofe to onr we muft now make var upon impartially 1 And as their injuries are faid to be we will not inquire which has done us the moft fo we mult meafnre out to each an equal quantttyof and give to each an equal number of blows In refpetf to our violated fo far as Great Britain is thofe preftnted By the ad mintttration tn the front of our are An exemption from impreflment of allfea men on board our merchant A free trade with the colonies of her eije An exemption from capture of our veflels deftined for any pert of her enemies not actually I am of the confequences of ad vancing any thing from be drawn adverfe to the opmions our own ad by many are conceived tobe Merely to ftate thefe and to mention fuch arguments as the Britifh go may perhaps have urged in their her is fufficient tofubject a man to the popular charge of being under Britiih in or to the of being a biitifh tory he will fee fortunate to efcape the accufation of touching Britifh none of thefe things move The patrons df themifcreants who nttef better but are neverthelefs willing to benefit fay the ImprefUdnthey fnay make pn tie mindsof the from an early period of my I was in every meafure oppofed to the attemptsof Great Britain to encroach upon our until commencement of par revo lutionary warand during its whole I wasuninterruptedly employed in important civil or departments contributing all my efforts to bring that war to a fuecefsful termi am not the advocate of wrong to whatever countrythey belong whether empe rors or or the ef a Juftice is my and truth my guide and wherever fuepoints the I Jhall not fear to It appears to be generally fuppoffcd that tie rule refpefling the colonialtrade adopted by Great and ulwatty caUed fmle of which it feems Ox has cotiSdered as ancient and of manthne was peoiliar to Great Btitaias known that Great Brt that nas or otherwise given a fariftion to He alfa men tions this rule as having been for the firft in the war of 1756 as having been in operation only a years in that war and not afterwards afted upon until mine the In Valins celebrated work on maritime law a Madifons lottefcf Mireh iUkta Madilbn it is the only nation but not thetrade to from the ports pf one allied oineutral the portsof another ailiecrorrrea ftate f if the lading of the coiififl of merchandize the produliion ef the enemys country much lefs to carryjhe fame from one port of the enemy to another the To be concludedin our BRITISH HOUSE OF 27 The cafe of Petnberton and Oakss received a fpccmd hear Serjeant BESTlJbkein brhalf of the and theSoticiTORGENZRAL in The SOLICITORGENERAL and ALEXANDER were heardinbchalf of tbe John and the John of theparifh of in Scot verfas Major of The Archbifhop of CANTEaauitr give that the Bilbop of CarliDe intended to preach a Sermon before the Houfe on the 8th day of February Adjourned to Monday HOUSE OF 27 Sir prcfcnted a Petition from the Debtor in the County Gaol of A new Writ ordered for the Election of a Member fotthe Borough of vice the Edward appointed one of die Commiffianers of the The SPEAKER called the attention af the Houfe to a fub ie2 of feme which had occurred towards the clofeof the kft The Lords hud returned a Billof that ufually termed a Money feme diftiUeriesJ with certain additions and amgcd and contrary to their hfualpraclice the Houfe had admitted fash aid pafied of fucli it the JLords only fuWKtat cd Great Britain for arid yrhich ftjbftitutjoji thp This paffeda Refolutioifthat tic fubjeil fhouldbe reconSdenrd the following and Speaker felt H his propsfe fuch The Refolutlon was here apon vhlch Dundas and propofeda Committee of was voted OF Lord FOLKSTONK moved fora new Wriffer vice who had accepted the officeof Conful General ROIE ugon the grounds that the office of Conful General was not within the words or of the but that it refemblcd rather the 6ffice df torefgn Mi Upoa the fuggeilion of the debate upon this topic was adjourned till MoridayJeJimight 5 and in the fnean time a Committee was nominated to 16ok for prece ARMY OF FREEMASI xe puta anypecuniary compenfation was intended to be made to the Orncers who bad fuffered loffcs at Cbrunna LcrfiCASTLERiAGH thatlt would be matter foi future enquired why the Cavilry wersnot tn tbe Vote of Thanks Lord thatParEament could not travel out ofthe Hnanjaricd otit by and that examples thegene ijaldefignatioo of Ac whet Her any pnmfion the family 5f Sir JohnMoore lSd that fuch provihon f to hU Majeffys free ORDERS IH WBITBREAD gave tbat he ftould make a mo tientw Thurfday feBnight to refcind the Orders of Coun to a3s their by thefr perfonal affeflion to that prompti ude Vrbich all ypur you have rendered your name illuftrious amongft the hs of your Military fame has aKva been dear to and the King and the country have always linked to reward In the of the Parliament of the United I have to acknowledge and to thahfe you for your diiHilguifted valour oh the 17th 21ft of and I accordingly do Jedge aod do thank SIR ARTHUR I have to exprefs my fincere ments for the high honour conferred tipotJ the this parliamentary approbation of ftiy an approbation which none but a free people cati or if given by any would ba totally without I etteem as die genuine exprefllon of the fentiments of mjr country and Its is ftill raifed by the united grace and eloquence in which hase conveyed I moft fincerely thank GENERAL SIR JOHN ANSTRUTHER appealed to the Houfe in favour of his departea and enquired of Miniftera why he was not included in the Vote of LORD CASTLEREAGH by a repetition of the that the Houfe could not travel beyond their prece and chat there was no example ftf a vote of thanks to an Officer who died out of DUKE OF WARDLE in purfuance of his to move for an quiry into the condudt of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of He ftated his reruftance ing forwarda motion involving the character of fo exalted ah but that there were circumftances which required a facrifice of private feelings to public duties throw himfelf upon the indulgence of the and enter fully npon the difchafge of a painful He fLould firft call the attention af the Houfe to the Halfpay Fund this conftituted frqna the commiffions falU ing jnto the Commander i Chiefs O file e by tfaa or diftaiffal of and the proper application of fuch money was to redacKoti of Halfpay fappdyof die CompdffionateTumdT The GentleMan proceeded that moft unpleafantly for hft private it fell proirs that this Fund was not fo appliedj on the other that it was fcandaloufly diverted into the private fund of theCommander in Chiefi In theyear 1803 his Royal Highnefs commenced his prefent eltablifhment j a handfpme horfes and every thing neceffary to a Prince but one article was was not fo This la was theprinta fans ei origo malit The Honourable Gentleman faid that it would be necefTary for him to mention a variety of but as he was ftanding forth as a public the Houfe would hear him with The firft cafe he would mention that of Captain of the 48th promoted to a Majority in the Captain Tonant had ma ny years foliated in but was at lengdi introduced to Clarke by Captain Huri ley Saunders of the royal waggon An agreement was immediately concluded between that he fhould pay Ckrke for his promotion the money to be depofited in a third hand till fuch promotion fiiould be duly This money was accordingly paid into the hands of ia This Donovan is a Surgeon to a Garrifon but by fome llrange circum though in full and nominally effcc has never been near But wbeQ houfe fiiall have learned the they will at perpetual leate of Thg promotion was due time and was firiV paid to Captain MM and laftly by flid the pay fftpe ordered for her ufe by his Royal Highnefs the Commander in The fecpnd cphiimied can be brought ftill tBnre It was a cafe of fuch a between Brook and MriTiB Twas the agent in this bu here fettled it with ibould have for the ex Thii was on tHe and on the Saturday the exchange was The third was tfcat of Major who was appointed Deputy Barrack Mafter General in For this appoint mejfit Jie confented to pay Clarke he paid and on reaching Ihe Cape remitted Here he and highly indignant at his breach of complained the Commander in who immediately put Major Shaw oa the liflfr I have in my poffeffion a letter Sfiaw to threatening her and the Commander in Chief with the public expofure of the unlefs the was was that of a ia by The Clarke was lo certainfaro as likewite a certain pa As thislevy various fums were from Captaiu Saunders ;

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