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Day (Newspaper) - February 7, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING SIX OCLOCK FEBRUARY PRICK to SIBSCKIPTIOXS IS A1T r V THE SPANISH City r 1809 TH COMM1 TlKK Jtlire to inform the Pub j lie of articles moft wanted bf SPA ijsoi made to an extent proper c ci ive in JiScrent parts of the Em luvo IKCM entered theamonnt 7CvV is no yet Tbe Committee have alfo rfornei that others arc from which confi to the prefent Fund may arc anxious to imprchon all theInhabi of the Britiih that much is Rill levies of Spam to take the C ir vrv reveries which have place in tliutconntryt V iwiicral jiil and increafcd It it not the oi the Hritifii Public to dcfert a great nation In the is needt j rxccCci mzf committedin Vnt of but ii is impoffible that fuch a people who have been ever re for of fcntimeat andfcrupplous to the caufc in which they cannot howewcr become availing Without thofe arc ncceffarv to givethem With fueh Committee believe they ultimately will prevail the BritiCi Public will evince the deep itfrcli in this moft important ftruggle by fartherli f Subfcriptions advertifed p ancf Subfcription ni HoVphrcys Greenwich u and Soni KS O ADDITIONAL 10 TO 10 10 4 7 105 o xo 10 Dr per Fletcker aqd fOinrd to 10 ibrrrtioni are received at the Maafion i and an the Banters in Lnndon and hs or ready for Sabfcribcis other r Ciy oi 1 nndon fs of 0REAT TURNSVILt TTAS great CuisfAfljon in being able to an IT to tie and he has eonTultraMc cxprfnce in theemploy o bcS and aidtd bylocal r SPLENDID ASSEMBLAGE Of TOWN PRINTED ficd and immoveable fortheir jaj are peculiarly adaptedto theprefcnt mod sf as it combines of the moft ct saifuc and clcgaiu and patterns from the Grecian and Afiatic Schools of Taftc and difplay an infinite variety of rich Dimaflc Printed inScar Blue Ccleftc and Roya and other peculiarly adapted for fuit andDiataeaud BrtoV fitl with corrcfponding Borders Medallions for Chiir match andan affortment of Plain of fcft colours and Plain and Bordered fofthe varied parpofei in fubmitting the above to the infpeclioa a feelconfident tfie rdpcriar qstfftjoffcis mi the vrry low price heis ManufacTurer and Prapricror a of that pitraniigc it haj been hifcambidon to A irefn ftifplf of Patterns from the Manufaiftomnjay Ki tvrry Wednefdav aad at his Uittcloufe ihovc referred aSttiuUDI peculiarly To beSOLD by PfciYATE CC By extenHve LEASEHOLD nowiafuil of detrly chiefly in A phnt wWeh W enriRhaSlcd s Gnguiariy and tne term of the purcbafc monrf remain mhfecarity for For particular tffijto Royal A over thirtyfive havfe uriquelUonaUe cbiraclcrfor zed fclcKrrlioefs indco Apply 10 Rauliffchigh bs LET and entered shove eligible iritb the alfa uo Sututc rich now in the of WittJain Pmnifcs arc in the moft complete may be takjffl ci moiitrite and under drcomftaacei inoft o an incoming Tenant ianhci nardculari apply to John of onrjr Dtawinp tibiati of TICKETS and SHARKS yter BURNjE and ite Littery under the RoyaJ no where cLrc ia London v it icherac contiius four of jOjOcio vjfh hi o UL oa the Secca j 3JJV Schemcc aad Scats Sea with their feveral Jidia Kichcqucr ani ill kinds of i Securities bought anoTfold by Hundred TlCKETii i iH hi gi im on the rirft and Jjccond Day 1 HAND STATE which begins on the 01 undtFtaentioncd 4 n of are roo 50 LITERARY in Day if neatly printed in price DE MOTU PER BRITANNIAM CIVICO Annis Mnccxtv et Liber The Hiftorian of Whalley and Prifttedfor the Author by Nichols and Son and fol by and Paternofterrow and Alfo by an MISS HILLs This Diy if in Three price Hftee in HPHE FOREST of a Novel X containing Sketches of Portugal and 2nd par of Printed for Blackfriarj This Day is price SIX LETTERS on the of Milner relating to the propofal made in the la SeDjon of for admitting the Kings Veto in tfc Election of Roman Catholic Addrcfled to th Eiitorof and Grit publlded in thatPape by To which is now added an tomaining all th Printed for boekfeller to her op pofite SCHOOLMASTERS and THE CONDUCTORS of SCHOOL JL thronRhout Great Britain and Ireland are informed thatthe Fifth Number of the School Magazine was th day containing a variety of ufefu and tntercfting letter togrrher with a large enjjravin of the onetenth of the natural fize of the ankna and another engraving of Montfeirat in It is ivell that among other recnramendations c thli work to general adoption in all Twelve Gu new worth of PriEcs arediftributedevcry monti to Juvenil candidates iu anil ma Juvenile New Bond ftrcet BRITISH HOUSE OF Lord Boringdons cafe brought befor the His Lordlhip fued for a divorc from his who in the year 1808 eloped wit Sir Arthur Several witnsfTes were ex amined to prpve the marriage that had take place between the parties in die year J804 other to fdbftaiklate the verdift of for coft and damages that had been given in behalf o his Lprdihip and others amongft whom was his Lordftipsown Mrs who appeared greatly affeded and to prove the afFecliotme terms on whici the parties andrdake out the caf of This bufinefs was referrid for third ou a future apd a petition froor mii ekber in throug her and chaining Ae juf Uca 6t iJfeEfoafe oia forrie claufes poniained h the his IxbrdfliipV prcfenEcd at the bar o wcpe relating to riie trauiaftions o Company in the of thenationd raRdcyand no bafinef adjoaroed untii tomor HQUSE The of the ctrtiln Debt for the yearthdingthe jift of On tie mociojj of themlhates oftlw Com report on the SngarlMftillery AA were breught and ordered to be brought op a Repoft froiathe txamftielato uf the CirtWllf ft Li w wi LUC m piiriaance called the attention of the Houfe to ifome that had taken place laftyearrn of the Cpm mirtlofters of the Lan5 that tb of the of May tnight Tlie Kefblation bavins ieen read Clerk at the the Member that Clerks of die EngroflW Office a ers the Lapd Tax for the he had the rcprefent figped vyith his own liand and he was much Jurprlfed linceto that moltrerpeaable about of gcntteojea aad ibout Txvt not mean to the rf WJiat tappchrf April li j rhurfday April a Pcrmifion of the lor1s of the a rRLli GIFT ofQoo o Prizes in the IAVA GIF of rooo WHOLE ooo WHOLE I Mr ftrilJrawii Prize above arc as to to to to to ro0Dr to to ro of500 VVHOBE Mr lis firlt Jrwn 1rizcabu arc V I to to Sharearc every Lfcnfcd Lottary n the Member for the tpwij andjiimielf in different lifts but as it happened dm fte Com miffioners given in by thoHoni MelaBer foif the town of Cambridge all oi a pafticularin he fhould move for leave to bring io Bill ror reftifying and die ajJOaies m cer am Lifts of Comnfifliofleis appointed in the laft Seffion of Parliadfat for the AfleflVacnt of the The having been bv the Honourable Member preceding for tbjtf ufual parliamentary in wgard to it had been ufual Knights of the ShireVto deliver in lifts of the proper rwrfbns to be appoin the Reprefentatftes 6f towns did the The proper time for fi gefting alterations or correclipns was wh Bills were under the ctmfidcraticrD of the Hoofc there had oftettbmi Bills of this wiicU from no intention offence to any hut proceeded frbrii mere and therefore it hiul tiot been uaufoal to bring up Bills to After a few words in explanation leave was given to bring m die The in a inoft eloquent arid i e the Houfe to MajorGeneral who fyt cm one of the oppofition sic cording etiquette in full uniforaii Ufc many high privileges which the people of of Ireland is an efficient office of the country it was not one of the leaft gratifying to thofe whofe valour had defended them in the affifting them with their counfels in the The events of late though not produflive of thofe permanent advantages which could have been had at leaft been productive of this fatis faftory they proved our Generals fully to combine die Jkill of modern times with the gallantry and heroifm of their The Speaker concluded with in the ufual the Thanks of the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland to for his fkilful aad gallant exertions the enemy at tha battles of Roleia and MajorGeneral FsicusoN returned thanks in a neat in which he attributed die merit of thofe occafipns to the excellent difppfitions of the gallant commanded Sjr lefley ano die difctpline and bramyof the troops whom he had the honour to Sir agreeable to moved for leave to tring in a to enable fuch Archbithops and Bifhops in as are not entitled to die privilege to fend and receive letters sjnd parcels widiin their dior cefes free from die Arty of The Right General likewtfe moved Tor leave to bring in a Bill to amend confolidate the Bills re lating to the Irifh Leave granted to bring in both Irard TE MP t r that an humble Addrefs be prefented to his praying that a re turn of the drum mers and and embarked from any ports of GreatBritam or or from the garrifon of and tranfported into Spain or Portugal in tbe courfe of die year be laid upon the of likewife a re turn of the artillery wag gon fent from Great Britain or Ire land to Spain in the courfe of laft Likewife a return of dae ftaff employed ia Spain or Portogal4aft and an account of the expencesofthat Likewife an account of t t 4 the numbeFof traWpbrts engaged to carry to Spain or Portugal the quantity oif tonnage and thefutes fdrnvbich tranfports were Likewise ar of tjie in waggon which bad reembarked from Spain or in Great Britain or Ireland a return of air the regimental bag and loft or captured by the enemy in the courfe of the late campaiga lilrewiie an account of the fums of mi litary fent country as an amendment to the Noble to infeTt the or any fums of money raifed in Spain or Por bills in this which was adopted by the Noble Lord and the Member proceeded to that as forne time would neceffarily before the different returns could be laid thought it right to correft a which had gone that the Bridfli army in its re treat to CorUnna had been dbliged to leave a very large fum of money could aflure iihe from the beft that the forhs loft altogether couloVViot exceed 40 or TAYLOR moved for copies of inftruclions to the Commanders in Spam and and copies of ebrifefpondence with the accredited agent in thofe where they could be given without detriment to the public cstsf WHTCBREAD to make fprotnifed motion relative to the office of Owf Secretrtry of While the Sir Wellef ey was and aBotber who filled the poft of Secretary of State Gone ral was fightiegthe of bis coun in a manner that tamfteyer redound to his lonour he bad to put a queftion to his joobla whether that dif tinguifhedofiicer enjoyefl his office and tbe received was did Whit iread paid complimenK to the rtHlitarjr r HoOKural tiroedecla Portugal and jis the aaclwisao fervices of the in the and at raoft perfeft convic office of Chief Secre could not be both in in f Chief Secretary in Ire he ought to have it when there was no The to that the poft of n of the TerponfiWeand arduous iofts in die faid the addreffing the filled Abbot was SecreWry in JTre of ISi 1801 honour b yourfelf find advantage to puolic that you wve done all your JrtW Hear thererort I can confidently a higheft the emoluments of which ought not to be enjoyed by any peribn abfent from the SIR ARTHUR it was fully both by the Noble Perfon at the head of affairs in Ireland the Duke of Richmond and his Majeftys Govern ment at the time that he accepted the office of Chief Secretary of that it was not to preclude him from accepting military employ if occafion offered to call him It was atthe fame time underftooo that Miniftera were perfadlly at liberty to fill up the appoint ment whenever he hoaid be Before the Houfe proceeded to vote an abftraft however true it might bethought it would be right for them firft to enquire whether any delay had taken or the public had fnfiained any in convenience fromhis The fole motive ha had for remaining in office while lie was em ployed abroad that it was the wifh of the Noble Perfon at the head of the Irifh Govern ment that he Avnd in regard to the emo luments of the he begged leave to oWerve that though they were as large as thofe o offices of far more importance and thofe of the Secretaries of State in yet there were expences attached to the office of Chie Secretary of which did not fo peculiarly fall on the Secretaries of State in The Gentleman who filled the office of Irifh Secretary was ufually not a rffident of that anc he had an eftablilHment to keep and expences to provide for which the others had The Right Hon General concluded with that fo long as the Noble Duke at the head oi the in Ireland did not think proper to vacate the he felt himfelf bound Co keep up his eftablifhments which he could not have done had he relinquifhed the emoluments of the THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER confirmed the ftatement of the Right Ge that it was the defire of the Lord Lieute nant and of his Majeftys Government that the office fhould not be filledduring his abfencej unlefs fome inconvenience been found to Thac had not been the ashe could appeal with confidence to thofe Gentlemen whp were beft acquainted with the afrarrs of the Cfter Kjngdoni the Irifh he fhould feel it his duty to move the previous LORD HENRY PETTY djdaot confider the explanation given by the Right General or the Exchequer as Becaufe no ihconve baSarifenfrom the abfence of the Secre tary of that an excnfe why a pofi of inch fhould be left without an effi cient perfon to execute its duties in fuch times as theprefent Would any excufe for the Chancellor of the if he were to caufe the regular troops to be drawn from and to fubftitute a garrifon of invalids in their tq fay afterwards harm had oc curred as the Hight General had eiprefled his intention to refigri his appoint mould he again be called the Noble Lord declared himfelf fatisfied with that af LORD CASTLEREAGH that the houfes and eftablifhments of the Chief Secretary of Irelandwere highly which made a material difference between the cafeof an Hon Relative of his General Stewart tvho refigned the emoluments of his office that ofUnder Secretary of State when he andthat of the Right Generals under The Noble Lord he thought it his duty to urge that no other per fon fhould be appointed to the office of Chief Secretary of Ireland in the abfence of the Right becaufe he felt that the public vies fuffered no inconvenience from that circum and his abfence was not likely to be of long It had occurred that men held efficient offices while abfent and as an in ftance of the Noble Lord cited the cafe of Marquis CornwaUis who held the office of Maf rerGeneral of during the whole time that he was LordLieutenant of Ireland he could not therefore concur in the Mem bers but muft fupport the motion of his Right in a alfented to all that had been faid in commendation of the Right He equally admired him for his civil and his military But he had heard no arguments that fatUfaftory to his of the pro priety of his continuing to receive the falary of alfo his mptiba American affairs to next Monday THE DUKE Or Mn WAfebtE William Stoke and be directed to ortend the to morrow He that there be laid before the faid fueh papers as would tend to afcertairi the progrefs of Colonel Frenchs levy and aHb a ftatement of all alterations made therein fince the granting of the original letter of Lord FOLKSTONE having moved that a new writ be iflued for Poole in theroom of John who had accepted the office of Con ful General in a long converfatiori en fued on the appointment and nature of fuch and tbe granted to perfons who had filled was of opinion that penfions fhould be granted only in conference of long and meritorious and feconded Lord Folkftones CANNING fbewed in a clear point of the propriety of Jefferys and did not objeft to the motionAfter fome remarks from JOHK the motion was agreed Upon the motion of the CHANCELLOR of the Colonel Lorraine was ordered to be fummoned to attend the Committee tomor for the inveftigation ofthe Duke of Yorks The Honfe having refolved itfclf into a Com mittee of Ways and the Duties on Male and and the Taxon were agreed to be continued for the nfual terms of the prefent andenfuing year as was the ibm of to be raifedon Exchequer for the fervice of Great The Houfe having and the Report being brought the Houfe into the Com mittee on tbe Militia Enlifting after fome objections by Sir Thomas Turton and was read paragraph agreed and Sir JAMES oppofed the and was replied tor by who approved of that part excepting Ireland fromits MARRYAT could not although he had no wifh to bppofe the any fatisfaftorj grounds Foreiempting of the in fpeech of confiderable repeated abnoft all the arguments which have been urged on this eft in fupport the AW accufed Minifters of a degree of pertinacity and partiality towards the Irifh na By introducing a fpoli into tSt or in plainer a claufe which enabled the Irilh to defeat the law when FORSTER faid he could hot help that any man who could charge another Gentle man with fo bafe and foul an intention would be guilty of the fame conduct Ordcrl order The Right Gentleman ttas ferry fay any thing that could give perfonal offence to any Member but he thought Gentlemans charge wasfo and fo inconliilent with the character he Forfter always maintain that he felt juflified in what he BARHAM After feveral more obfervations by Bs and the Bill was reada fecond time and committed for at 11 r experience whstarethe dottes that high and It was argliedj y the Right General bat dmolumfintt of hie flaff appointmen mvA farmland that therefore he coil S himfelf falary Se Boitbiif wai a to Hehid no objec the Right paid fojr U Services as an bur fe Jx have for rai clear he could opt Thp Mem ber if Befoluiion trf the it would and of an office which he could not The gallant General did not make flay in it was but it was otherwifein refpecl to Portu gal and had not events turned out as they ftay might havebeen much The cafe which had been cited by the Noble Secretary of diat of die Marquis Corn was certainly a great impropriety and had it occurred to him at the time he have diought it his duty to have brought it under the confideration of the Whenfuch abufes happen with popular they are not to be palled over for other Minifters may comeand when they have not as a or the diftin gpifhed fubjecT of this to them widi a defence for the impropriety fiat txfirimenlum in Tf diefevthings are noticed when they occur in deferring they will occur in other and bad precedents will be drawnfrom The concluded wiih widi INTELLIGENCE PROM Don Juan Antonio de FeyaDer Bra et Mirquis of Count de Member of the Supreme Board5 Government of the dbms of Spain and the following proclamation to the inhabitants of Your fafety and deTehce have called the whole amntion df A treacherods and corrupt Commander to fell and deli ver you up to the enemy but the vigilance of the Supreme Board of Government of the King dom has averted that and his perfidious machinations have only ferved to make the trai or and to fink him the more into Calm your loyal inhabitants of overnment watches over Chiefs of un doubted patriotifm at your headj and a number of the Supreme Board inceflanlly occupied in romoting yeur welfare and are the guarantees which his Majefty offers you againft die vile infrigues of the atrocious What remains to inhabitants cf Cadiz f No but to cooperatewith the found intentions drawing hjs After a few words from Lord HEHSV and Lord trie former poftpoaedi motion relative to the cafnjpalgn la Porragai Thqrfday ajfo poftponed his motion rela tive to the campaign in Spam till Monday j arid if the Hodfip not prepared to fake tbe fabjeft tttat he have no fer hit till the middle of the 1 of Your zeal in favour of the State has at all times been confpicuous in adverfe as profperous The merchants of Ca diz have ever been the firft to difplay their gene What may not therefore beexpefled from them at the critical moment when their own exift ence is endangered Nobody knows better than you that freedom is the foulofmercantileinduftry turn your eyes to compare what fhe is to what and infer the fate that awaits yon if that deftrudHve genius fhould fucceed in fubduing of Cadiz this beautiful die emporium of commerce and you would fee coaverted into a defertsd To die evils with which every other town is 7011 nouldfee and the moft atrocious treatment Your har bours would be left without and your lores without goods you merchants would de fert their and the tears of defpair would your only Helitate there 10 make frefh facrifices to Thsy can never be when it is the inde pendence of the country that requires Let us be rapid of of that fpringof public aznrjly indemnify you for the facriSces which you Itail flavo nwde to tie general Signed BE 5ti Use301 His Ercellencythe Duke del Infantado bns
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