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Day (Newspaper) - February 4, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED MORNING V FEBRUARY OF of tie Goverticr and ii will be recelretl fil 1nn tht CariJl before Tuefday the th miy be willing to fupply the gs Main and 40 Chaldrpns to he delivered free of i ft of March And alfo 6co to lie delivered in theMonths of Samples oftheCahttles may be ceps Office every Holidays ex cumraft for the their Rank on Tuefdny the othcrwife no regard will be paid to cciuircd for the due performance of the P V INSURANCE Dividend on the STOCK of is now in cour rtunity of exp of and the Ac this opportunity of exprctfmg tRcir gratf ithlic for the very great encourietment the affurinR them that the tame atten md in fettling which its will be MorSnsr a SERMON will be Ientonville byjhe late in behalf of Ouafter before rfons will attend Divine Ser LITERARY INTELUGE N This Day in Two large BLoyal Oc price in A PRACTICAL TREATISE of PLEAD and on the Parties to and ihe Terras of and Precedents in and Notes thereon By JOSEPH on Printed for Clarke and Portugai Lincolns tun end Tbij Day is publifliijdj cloftly in Four very larg OAaVo price WHOLE LAW relative to the DUTY 1 and OFFICE of a JUSTICE of the PEACEcdm priOng alfo the Authority of Parifti together with Precedents and Fofmi of WALTER of the Inner Barrifterat Second conGderably enlarged and in cluding the and Adjudged Cafes to the prefent time With Tables of the Names of the and an In dex ofihe principal Printed for ClarVi and Sons Walker and Sharpe Cuthell and Martin Stockdale and 5 and Rirhardfon and Crotby and in Jour Royal trite in or S of ORIGINAL PRECEDENTS proceeding from the liwpjcft tnces of Title j with praftieal each precedeatto the moft t GELDINGS to be Sol hands have been roiiftantljr with high good K both ride able to cai viry Chort legged ftrong hcl hilly Anygentleman will find the above a lull of hard in high condi Told warranted price no i Lower of fJREAT TURNSTILE in beingable to an hc he cipeijcc in the employ of local Ol TOWN PRINTED for their ire adapted to the prefeut mode v combine every of moft frera the Schools of Taftc and difplayA VinuQc Printed Blue Celcfte and Royal other peculiarly adapted and Diningand Break corrcfronding Borders Medallisnsfor c match and an extenfive ifforfmint otKain of jft colours and Plain and Bordered i varied purpOfej of eler in fubmitting the abort to the infpirtionof fidconfident the fupcrior quality of his low price he is a Manufacturer nnor to charfe relies he fliall fccur a thatpitronige it has been hii ambition to Author of tfle Elements of Law Portu M and at VkarehpU rdc arc alfo LIGHT To onlyFear fets out frcyn the i Charing on Wed irMjy morhlnss at fix t through Nopth Bur the Mid antt to where n the fecdad ith the through and on nnniiEg3 at WORCESTER and new a il dutori and t end Haven COACHES every Evchiug at Sundays at 1 he NORTH MAIL every t and from the Central Poft OScc at LVHEAD5 POST CdACH 6y Salop and Morninr a except BT and 1 Idicits the attention of the Public to the cnfainn whichcontajns cf Prizes ind Tickets as the but with given by the which may fmgle Ticket or Shareto an The firft drawn Prize Lrl will be over and above i WHOLE TICKETS i hc firlt Prize above on the wiU ilfc over and above the Prize 5L VvHOLE cts up dcpoiltol forfccurity in the of the 1503 Tickets fo in rhf may be had gratis Ticket and Share arc felling in J5 thrc arc but Tickets for the better felling a prodigious num it is extraordinary he fcli Uil the twn lift and the Vicifts erer all in Charing there were 500 more Tickets for Sale hjn ia Ticket was al rprice wis per PrfDted CUrkrf Lincolns il by Clarke and in Two price AN ESSAY upon the LEARNING of DE from thjir Inception by to their Con fummauon by the Death of the By JOHN JOSEPH Of the Middle Barrifter at Second This Work trenu of the Dcvifc of lands 3t Common before the Statute of Devifes 6f a DeVife under 31 and 14 Henry of tntcrcfts and Eftates out of the Purview of the Statutes of Wills of the ConllruAion of the Devifing Clatife in the Fniuds of of Things tlcvifablc of the Devifec of a Derifc fail of Efleik of uncertainty or rejJURnnncy apparent rin the face of aDtvifc and of other wherrliy the Effcfts of a Dcvife1 may fail of parole and Averments of Revocation and Republications ofihcju rifdiclion of Courti inMatters of Devife and of proving zWill at Law aid Day price in or HE LAW and PRACTICE of PATENTS JL for the nature of Jotters patent no wrfcftflAcd for fur pitcnutaif to whom bow the invention ho mf fc to be defcribed manner and expcnce of obtaining the the patentees rertedies for an in fringement of the bow the patent miy be tbepetfdoTB for tXetwtcnty affidavit in fupport of the pe certificate of the rolicitaVs of By WILLIAM AiJthor of tttt Pndteal Treitife of Fines and Printed for Clarlwand Lw Pora bfwhora may ry the iame in price In a Selection of occurring in the Profecu Difcnceof IPerfpnil AOwns in the Court of Kmss Tbit Day wsJ in price or T AW or Selections from Aj of Fugland containing diftinctand familiar Trcatifcs upon fuch Heads an Divluons of the Law are of moft general ufc and Laws re fpctfling and Laws rcfpeding and and Executorj and Laws refpefting Maftera and Articled The Ovcr By TAMES BARRY Efq Printed for Clarke and Lia Of whom may be the fccond and Jaft cnn tJJninj the Law of the Law of the of CtJtnmon and and the Law of Travellers at the fame This Day is in a Pocket price A CATALOGUE of MODERN LAW with their Datei and and Obfervs tions from the beft Authorities on the different Works being a Supplement to Bibliotheca LegnRi ar ranged under the diffcrcntBranchcs of the Lavr inclading i new and comoletc Lift of all the tdgether with a Lift of ScotA Law Compiled bJOHN Printed for Clarke and Law For LincolnsInn who have always on fak a large Collection of new and fecondhand Law Libraries snd parcels of Books The above Catalogue win he found to contain a Snmmiry of the various Editions of every modem Law Work pub lifted during the Lift twenty By which means the Student wall be enabled to make a feleclion of the mod uri ful and approved Works on the particular branches of the Liw to which he is ThoafanJ Five HundredTICKETS v n on Firft and ScSond Bay of dratving which begins on the A bcfidcs the undermentioned Prizes Or ate 500 ICO ZCfKXI COO This Day is by Clarke and Law in price in PRACTICAL TREATISE on BILLS of CHECKS cm PRO MISSORY BANKERS CASH and BANK Third conlidcrably enlarged and with an Appendix of By JOSEPH of die Middle There is no branch of the Law fo important tofhc Mer as well at the as that relating to bills of ex I change and projniflbry An intimate acquaintance I with the eommercul law in this refpcft is peculiarly cficn tial to the who too for want of being fuf nciently apprifed of the rulci affciftiiig tht benefit of the fccurity in his handu and It is alfo of the rrcateff imporfancceo every profcffidBaJ becanfe more ready and immediate advise it required from him in regard to bills and than on almoft any other This Day iy Wi Clarke Law Bbok Lincolns in price E JURISDICTION of the COURT LEET exemplified in tbc anicles which the Jury or fnquefl for the Kin in that chaigcd and fworn and br law to enquire and prcfent t together wita approrcd Secon4 with great A8di CAVS c f April tilThurfday Aphl I Apii ir Saturday t PermiPion of the Lords of the iahf a FREEGIITof tjco to the Prizes in the FREE GIF1 of WHOLE 1 for Prize above wliich art aj the Cl I to Jo to to to gjoi to to to to to FREEGIFTof 500 WHOLE V tbe ftrft drawnPrize above which arc to to to to irsi are U trery LITERARY THE NEW Accompanied by a Pair of THE Bookfellers are that the Second Part of SMITHs GEOGRAPHY was this price ac companied by ihrce highly finiflied and two fuperior Maps of Spain and Jt is undoubtedly underftood Out this New Geography will Include very pointof cbmpletenefsand as well in regard to text asto craphical h will in every the beft and moft fuperb Syftem of Geography ever pnbUflied in this country Perforis itifpofed to take in the without the engage mcnt for the may have them up in blue paper at To THE CONDUCTORS of SCHOOLS throughout Great Britain are Informed thattheFifthNumber of the this day conttininp variety and intercfting letter togetker large enjttviat of the onetenth of the 6f the animal and another engraving of MontferTatift It is well that among othrfrccorapieiiijationj o this work to generaladoption in all Twelve Gui neasworth of Prizes are diftributoicvtrymojith candidates in ami ma Juvenile New Bond ftreeC OF ELEGANT This Day is in royal a new pric lisund and with the full allowance to HTHE ELEMENTS 0F ENGLISH COM i defigned in a courfj of Education to fuc cccd to the iludy ef tbc Granj mar and the learnet and adapted totheufeof Pcrlbns in general wiih to acquire good By UAVID Printed for Richard ando be had of Eryce nhd Edinburgh Dublin and all other Of whom may alfobe ftihii Son on Tafte and by tle latt George Grt Price in Thif Day is CUrke and Book Lincolns in price js the Fifth of THE LAWS refpeffing TeftaTnents and an in a plain ind caff in whicl the of and of and arc particularly explained uith directionsfortkofc who an defiroiofmaking their ova the mefheldofdefcen and diftribuiicn of where made ur iiccount of a and obtaimn letters of adininiftrition the flarups on dathargc forlegacit3 and diftributive arefo be With an Appendix of the moft approved Forou of W ills By JAMES Alfo in price THfcIAyt of Te and Lodger i the Laws and Apprentices of of other Parifh Tke above four be had by thofe who rske ihrm done bpijkooc eonrtbient Bivlerthe title in By tOHN of Sriys This treats of Nature LeetOf the Lord of the LeetOf the Origin of the the I and Manner of holdint theLeevOf the JnrifdiaionOf the the JuryOf Finer and Affeer Of the Remedy for fifKS and Of And of A NfcW fhis Day in Foolfcap price in THE REMA1NSOF HESIOD the Afcrzan T Greek im Witt tc oVerfion of iAntahrflWdhiU fcould iu5lnre of tiemeiKumbf Cookes imperfca Tbc ancitnt a PROSPlCTUi of the Conduced ly RICHARD Monday the 15tb of will pub tlic Hrl Nurnbtr ofa new and original in wTjich tfcc recctl prodlicltoOs of bur conternporary be rivievrci ha Society of Literary Fripnulijwlio itftEc true and majjl fpirit of fair and candid Aave that eaci contributor DiaRj hit gjye Jiis that the candHate fer fanie may diftinftly Bnoir DO whom he cither tor we that en or the admaoition Ait enlightens I muft that a thii mifceUaneou nature require the infpedUonandaranjemtnt of fora by praxftice and puperieiBCC qualified for rht Publifter flatters himftlf itwUlnot beunacept able to die patrons of Work knfrw that a once fo and yet fp bygeneial be unpdertaken by Richard I life and heajtn be granted to addthb Itf conclufire poof of his unwearied zca for ithi ana the rightful claim of his Printed 6r Samuel to whom letters and under cover for the niay be idilrcfcd fold alfo by all A LIVING ThiiDay U in royal ponding with the ta the Houfe of in to tfiir HOUSE of Ihfteadof a of and proper haniesfuc eceding each withwft anddevoid of nfeful infdririafidn or rational the prefent worfc aoomidt In anecdote and io fnairelative to tbo I if predWy the of tinder die name of a Compendious alrays been fought but which it has retjalred the of a long and aiiUveHfeto cbllcft jnuj the Printed for THoniai r Cra dock and and Cowhill be had alfo of all Of whom may be by the the Bipgra phical Index to tile Houfe of price i inboard corlcAed to the prefent CONTEMPORART price In embcIliOicd with Portrai PUBLIC CHARACTERS of I80910 or FULL yd ACCURATE MEMOIRS of variou Pcrfons dUWngulfced of Public in th the and Oic plomtcy aiut the Among the PerfolU there tiosraphlcal accounts in Bifhop of Sir Marquis of Lord H Lord Sir Mr Marquis of Karl of Lord Sir Alexander Co Criierndr Sir Sdmuel General Sir Bilhop of GeperSpTfitzna Captain Sir Hon Spencer M M Fflmer 1he unymJtetodAtuJi hn attended the publica jon ofnincToUimei of the rapid fale of many copici of fucccffite larnc Edi render nanecefiary any further explanation of its Time cepferreda feature on thuynbHca which it cotjldflot orifiaaUv and the umpar ngfcyUK of death has convertea the early with fome few teto a Necrology or Obituary of de lartcd of TJCW the wort erhibifi icW to jeneralinteVeft and been carefully and the work may be faithful Biographical Hilloryol tbejirdcnt Tne that fince the in jteifytoB attuelabtecuHofityTctoive tA Ic hcjjailn no infltince Printed tor Jcmeij anct to be had of all Qoojtfellen and Dealers in or all tie f rice BRITISH PARLIAMENT HOUS5 Ciirrie prefentedfowe papers at the bar relative to the Jpte and the Creation of LORD CHANCSLLOR read a letter from Admiral Pe acknowledging his gratitude for the Thanks voted to him by this A petition from Infolvent Debtors was JLoni ERSKINK wovedfor an ecaft return of all the offi cers and infantry and and and tranfports which had been lent to Spain and Portugal daring the caurfe of the year well thole fkat were come and the fums in thelate c1 The of LIVERPOOL did not to oppoCi He would only that as afl the were root and an eracj return mUft Joe give Of prefent the information required wauldhr awork of time but that ms do every thing in their power te expedite the rctuj xhe motion was thinput and agreed to The CHANCELLOR janderftand the ie If I ot oh Wednesday he for t onTuefda Ve had icen Clarke before anfwers he had timesthat cay nt Aftd if I with which feen her f The j but ig ftead of bringing fonvam tar motion on the ftate of tf orttfga fcc dated that been received tf muglxhecouldnot fay bv Mmiftcrs of the ortupatwn i thit country by French troopsi ho would poOpone motion which he Intended to make to afuture H6 would only fay that tfcc poifeffion of tilbon by tbcenemy encreafed the to which Great Britain by the capa df its harbonrto contain Hcharf uoubtbut the the cajjpaign inPortugal would ou j grvebirth Co futnreijifnjry in and he would rben take opportoaity ol eiprf fling Kis featlments on that The Earl of LrvERtvioL that however proba ble the occupation of by the French troops might Majeftys MiniVeVi had rccciretl no official irtor matipni on that fte again eiprefied the if to meet any ijquiry on tie refult of the cam paign as wefl as on the whole ccaduft of thnt The proceedings rflatifce to the Banbury Peerage were to he returned anil thofe on the Roibiirgh ed till or ffiould ths Heufflf find it inore till Thurfday then notll Monday HOUSE OF CONSERVATOR 6F SCOlCH HBJKISSON prefented the on this Officer as ordered by the COMMrTTEE OF The Houfe having refolved itfelf iiito a Committee of Sup the following refolutions were p including For wages of fame Wear and tear of Ihipj Ordnance For redemplion of Bills Forpaynicnt of tliofe of lall year The Equity Debtors Bill wxj read a ftcori J H 3 f 1C Lord HENRV deferred his on the Cintra Coovelition till DUKE OF WAROLE that the IIoufe do re folve itfelf into a Committee to purfue the invef tigation into the the Dulje if which was done in the any Gentleman is examining any and has terrtiinatedjuch T with Turn to or der of the that heftall fignify to me that he has no further 16 this man one examination will not be interrupted by WAR0L6 rofe and that proper per fons in the office of the Duke of York flioald at with fuch books of the office as contauied the names of the fubalteras who had applied for Commiflions in the interval of Captain Malings three as likewiie with the ftatement of their refpeclive CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER objected to the latter part of the as leading to the Gentleman then forgot on the Chat he had fepn Clarke three T cne preceding j Right Gentleman wzs here called to as preflmg the examination beyond decorum of the I firft caUed on Uarteon Awaited two arddid not fee her foe came at and I wert out with Had you any converfatlrn wth her on Tuefday on the fubjedt of the charges vou have brought againft his Royal Nothingof fiieht Did you mention this fiift to or did fhe introduce the matrer to you The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER was here again interrupted by aery or opon which he that he intention to im pugn the evidence of the Honourable Genlom but that he by means of the evidence V the Honourable to impugn that of 6 The CHAsbEtLos of the EXCHEQUER was the allowed to proceed in Did you receive any information upcn rhic iSIr FlnneTtX know of a you never fee Hoans Pamphlet wasfirft there was an advertjfemenr annexed that the Major ould give fome detaiid infornmioiwo any Member of ParJrarnent I wrote to Major in con and Finnerty then called on m I that he had no mformaticn Have I j t confcqucnce of having fummoned and he afterwards called on me for a few not fomething of an apparent contraditfion Gentlemans telhmony upon this order I fay contradiction in his perhaps not in his as he may fubfequentlyexplain lie ftated that he did not know and has fince added that he ha5 feen him once or I think it to fay ex that I have had no conirminicatton what ever with Finnerty on this this is you never feen FinnerTy finer favv in the lobby of rhe in my objected to mode of ought to be kept difclofure of Matters which amended his motion according to the fuggeftion of the Chancellor of the Exche It was then agreed WARDLE begged the indulgence the whilft he explained a point of evidence as given by him on He had thathe had not feen Clarke on the preceding he had fince diftovercd that hehad feen her both in the morning and in the evening of that Examinedly the CHANCELLOR of tin What time on Tuefday did you firft fee Clarke I really cannot Q to do it is a material as it will tend to illuftrate the evidence of Clarke 1 really cannot Qv Was it in the morning or the evening In the Dfd you in your carnage I believe I You can naw perhaps recall the time of the morning About or And how long might you renum Half an but I cannot be Did you then leave I her in her carriage as far as the Kinds And now I remember this cir cumitancej 1 muft mention that I did not vifit ler in my but jyalked to her You then left And when didyou fee her I really cannot be but I think about three Did you then go in ycur carriage You faw her then for the fecond time on 1 think you have ftated that you fnw ler in the evening I called in the and up to her m the me I was with her but fox a few This then was the third time you faw her To die Shorthand Writer Read rhe gentlemans evidence on this point on Wednef The Shorthand Writer here read as follows Wardle fee Clarke on the point of the evi lence I wilned to and I rt i if n totally eftape4 wife to the IjbUfe yett erdayy me that Ihadftert aft no examinationnow it did not beon fnbjeft before the The Honourable Gen tleman had produced a and produced his evidence let the caufe be triedin the evidence let the witnefles be vexed and by a crofs and not the Honourable Gen tleman He did not fee why the Honour able Gemlemlm could be confidcred at once as a and as an Ordtr as who had merely preferred a Lord FOLKSTONE concurred with Lyttcl that this method of examination was unpre cedented in and he even doubted whether ft would befuffered in the Courts The Right Chancellor of the Exchequer could not certainly be in order when he queftioh ed the Hon Gentleman as to the fources of his in The Gentleman produced thofe fources when he produced his The CHAsctLLOR of the defend ed hismode tending to rmpuon the evidence of and not that of the Honourable He that he might have trefpaffed on the order of the but intreated the Houfe Gentleman to acquit him of any intentional drfl He uiffcd merely to ftow by the evi dence of the that Clarka was totally unworthy of hold two letters inmy hand which I wtfh to be communicated to fhe Houfe They are from The one is dated Sunday morning June 1808 the other is The letters were here given to and read in TO On rbe irth of von waited upon Ote an annuity oi Royal Highncfa theDnfee of i josiJuf wiidi H now due 1 am very fourvthat there 13 jip dependence on the word of his Royal Highnefs my neceffities are very and if his Royal Higbncfs fWl to do me f have no way to extricate my felf but by pubhlhing ill his He is raorein my power tfcan ho Before I make them pablic I will fend a copy to every uric of his friends and he will not withdraw his from my fon on account of any differences between us my Con is not ac crtintable for my thotrfd with that hs would plce nim on the foundation of the CESrter T The fecond letter was without at your houfe on and finding my t am jdetCTinined to a pofe his Royal His to me hasbesa de void of dm refoJVed to publifh all and nearly fifty letters of his Royal Highnefas will give confirmation to all I ihall ters to any but to a Gentleman as and more independent than his Royal HfghncCs and to relieve out will do what may exDofe the j novu To The ATTORNEY GENERAL enquired if the two letters which had tjeen rend were the only letters which he received from fonae Ihort Did his Royal ftighnefs at grjy time ftew anyapprehenfien or of thhig thii Clarke it in her power to difclofe Ne the The ATTORN he ihould now call fome witnefies to invalidate part of the tefii moay which been given by Clarke on and JiHt pare denied upon any de fcribed herfelf as a He hould be abls c
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