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Day (Newspaper) - February 8, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVER V MORNING AT FEBRUARY 1800 FEE 7 thc6th of theKings Moft Excel This the Right Hyhis Majef nf hi Mnjellys Moll Ho and took place at the V the 6th of Kit the Kings Moft Excel RY HIS MA TESTY IN u THE VKAR oivrt irftin nf nuI of Stachopc BucU Coniiijton ViVm nf of of 13rk of nf of jdnund of Afliton of William of Buckminltcr Hubert of Kemys Gardner of Per of n K of Efq Sadlicr of be of Rury 7 of of of n Chillis of ON Preitun i of i nf of tberftone Charles WJrre rc cf SOUTH of Mkri the 1 of ot CMccX hlq Parry of Ma Ti of Bart ot PR1NCK OT this Royal the Prince cld ru afo rhs Chavks theCounty o i Tv s ufVvales in 6rft to lie I Knry vice pro met TomkilTou to vice i Henry to be via cjfiri VolunteerHack tolie vice cathicrcd by the Sentence i MoipitalMate John Bell to be AdftantSur c promoted iu tlic5th Weft Rcgi AfniatitSurjcon from the be vice promoted M African Lieutenant Donald fromthcqfh vice who exchanges to be without promoted to be lobe by pur vitr Punchon to be Affift Major Charlei frnm iriini to be uf a Knficn Thoiriii Hinton to be by lienry to be Captain pirchafe Lieutenant fohn to br be En i Richard Lcyne Enfigil William t from tbe pflth vice Rofe Duncan vcc Leyne George vice Colonel Mcyrick the to be Lieutenant vice L Edward Jones to be vice cfigns Adjutancy Lieutenant Richard from the Zfth i vici Julm to be Captain of a dccealed Edward Lee to be Volunteer John Lut F dccafed Janus i i BrooUcsto appointed to the 1 jtli Firi Lintcnant to he Captain of a ubnjt vice promoted Kirll tu be of a vie Manners to he vie Hart Second JLieutciiant John Hop n be Firft vice MCartby to be vice d to be Cxpuin vkc George from ilfpay ef fhe ie diticrcncij Knfign 1 iv vice appuinted African Afiiftant Surgeon Jotn to John from the who i John from the Ittk the6th from the 6jd to be i vice iliam tokc vice 3 to be TITI 1 Tpj f lolsc AEft i i appointed to the Royal Regi ment of Horfe HOSPITAL from of the 9th to be Suryoon of a vice who cX Richard of the jth is being abfcnt without David dro to furrender rcb and March at at the Green Dragon London and Roderick of merchant and and March at Gnild Blunt and Old Paj Henry John of dealer nnd and March at at Atio Williini of dealer and March at and Eaftwood and John dealers and and March at tlic Kofc andCrown of York and Meredith and LincolnVlnn fqhn of dealer and and March at Edward Briftol i and Samuel White Glover an4 Use habcr dealfrs and at and March at at Michaels William of dealer and and March at at the Ton tine Parker and Sheffield and Thomas of dealer and and March at at Frbwd and Mitre John Weft dealer and and March at af David Alderf William late of rurfcry and dealer and and March at Tamrs of Pill at at z William jun of at lrancis of Guild hall William of cur at at the Hart Kingfton upon William Surman and Ephraim of at at the Boothall Glouccf Richard Battinfon and of at at thiPalace Man fames of at at IS Jom Enfeld at at of at at GuiMhalL March George of eleven lit the Black Horfe Cicurgs of at at the Star honfas of John John and Joftph of the of in Andrew at at tbe Golden Lion in John William Robert late of Lancsf at at Mrrgaret LorrfTaiirCi at at of Ap late tj of Richard Jackfon John o Urainlcy of Spi PARTNERSHIPS Edward Hallaiii Jofcph ot ci Andrew anrl of Ncwfon anii of f tliiiabcti Henntrt and John ot John Oakley and cf Coic Robert George and Jofeph of Li corn of and ohn of Witliam and of Benjamin Mitchell and Thomas of Walter and John Row of Hell lames and James of North Bcnjxmin Bunycr and Walter of Croy Hand and John of venue the cjuties by the laws but hefHould be forry to find ders in Council on the trade of For tinSt proportion was brought forward for ro ftricfirig the liberty of the which his Lord pronounced to be the blighted jewel in the Britifh to the fub of the late his Lordfhip proceed that purpofe he that the account of the duties an exported the Orders in Council were as as thofe that had j been collefiod fmce that laid dillinfHy before the or if this were not at leafl diatthstotal fum hould be pro Tlie Earl of LIVERPOOL did not intend to op pofe the Noble Lords Htinerely rofe to that any information that might be deem ed for the public he would gladly bring The Accounts of far as 10th of were noube fore tlic and atfooh as it was ptnTible to make up thofe for the laft that up to the 5h of they hould alfo be He was not whether they could be got ready eraiUy for the day which die Motion was to be but would tile all his exertions to they would prove of to jeftys in utility of the Orders ia alfo to as foon as the other queftion ibould be that the produce of the Consolidated for the laft four ending on the 10th of Oc before the Lord GRENVILLE the Accounts of ending on the 10th of would anfwer the purpofe which had led him to vote for their production the fame thne he wiftied die others got as they would certainly greater light on the fub As to die Motion of the fuv no ground on which it poffifaly could be op Lord AUCKLAND merely dated his apprehen or radier his that the laft Ac counts of to tbe oth of could not be producedbefore the beginning of Lord GRENVILLE rnoved for an Account of the Produce of the Excife and Cuftoms to the 10th The fcvewl Acconnts were THE LATS C EARL in of his to move for a i I Committee of the whole to the lae in and gene tlicStnieot Hedid net though there were rumours to the contra ed to dial the events in Spain were known in this country long before the clofe of the laft no formed their plans and made their but they were unwilling that Parliament fhould taJce even of a fprig of their anticipated His Speech at the clofe of the feflioii merely that he would be guided by the voice of his and the wants of thofe who called upon him for Since that no adequate information refpefling the means purfued for this end had been laid before the Houfe and fuch information could be regularly obtained only by fuch a Committee as he hould ihjs day have the honour to propofe he commented on the proceedings of the army fent to he muft the greater part of it had been withdrawn circumftances as yet unexplained to that Houfe or the The Swedifh Monarch had relied on large reinforcements from this otherwife he would have made ftrenuous efforts to refill the encreafmcr power of Our fuddenly and unexpecledly But furely Miuillers fhould have pre vioufly fettled whether the force fent to that quar ter was to be under the direclion of our or employed at the difcretion of the Britifh Com The King of Sweden had been equally difipppinted in his hopes of our naval coopera When the Ruffian fleet put to there were but two Britiih hips of the maided by oppofe The efforts pf our captains and feamen were highly but they were This unexplained bufinefs formed an additional reafon for the appointrusnt of a Committee fuch as he had It be for that Committee to call for the pri yet official letters cf the Secretary of Lqrd CASTLEREAGH which though ne had never been The oficial papers on the table would give but an account of thofe His Lordfliip then took a rapid fltstch of the campaign in the battleof Vimiern to the longprotracied march of our troops into and of our alter nate advances and reireats in the Litier without any obvious probable advan i He recapitulated all the difafters of our that this Motion could be oppofed by Maj retrcat Q Coriinna co he baule placc He might be told dm thii laft was a glorious vie as there no advantage to be BRITISH HOUSE OF 7 The Bill for Lord BORINCDOSS divorce went through a and ordered for a third rcatlinj on Thurfday THE IKJKE OF t KENT rofe in confequence of a rumour that had gone and as itWas totally ie wiihed to in the moft public man It had been thnt a profeffional differ ence exiftcd between his Roynl Highncfs and in Chief but he was happy to fhiteto the to the country at that this was notthe He not only loved the RoyalDuke asa but efteemcd him as a Commander in So far from having any caufe to difagree with he was ready to give iiim all his fupport in the prefent inquiry which iay in his and took this opportunity to that te knew the Commander in Chief was having committed the irregula rities in the difcharge his duties which formed the ground of the accufations brought forward igainft Lord gave notice that he intended o the motion which ftuod on the books of the Houfe for Monday until the follow n The importance of die fubject to then required that every fotirce of nformation hould be explored before the Houfe hould take it into its confiderruion nnd one day more would fuiflce to infure the printing of all he necefTary and their laid on the able for tJie infpeflion of every His vfajeflys had msde ufe of many fplcn dici to prnve the utility of their Orders and thffe arguments lie wifiied to bring to the of The Orders in Coun cil bad been it with a view to in crenfe the national duties on the cqmrmrce of France and bya bril political the very refcuirces of die foe into weapons of war to hallen his ruin into peace In order to afcertain whetherthis new mode of had produced the boaftcd effcfts h was intended hewould requirethe amount of the re jcitys had pfofeffed only their winingneis to their anxiety to pro cure a full examination into the of their It was even by that the hopesandexpectations of the nation had beLndifappoimed Iff the refult of the campaign in Tn Iris rpi thawhe general feeling with rcfpectio the ilfuept in Spain wns precifely It was his inteivion there if he ihoulJ fticceed ifl his prefent to follow it up in the by moving an Addrefs to his that he may he pleafid to difmifs the prefent Miniiieis from their this lits Lordftip he fhould not have been but from bis deep and earned fenfe of the portentous and calamitous lituation in which this country was now and from his iolemn con vision that Minifters had wafted and n ifapplied the forces of the It would be iiecefiary for in this tn touch upon fome of the fuperior points which bore upon the piefent ftate of this country and of It was now twenty years fin en the French Revolution had burft It had been preqnant with mifchief to the greater part and we bid alo partaken of the ge of We had been engaged war the exception of a lew lafted It was which hau of neral mafs in a true that we had efcaped the ravages dcfilated other countries O nimiumfua Cliona norint Britannos We had at prelent no of peace from and inveterate We hould liave no folid Francewas compelled to it through dire In anv other cafe we could have nothing than fuch a hollow truce as followed of when we could not either dimiaifh our military or lay up the fmalleft portion of our Such a peace would not be defirabie to but to France it would be by no means a matter of as lie employ ftich an interval in renovating her and in fop ping the foundation of our national Lordfhip then pjpceedecl to notice the prefent condition of It was in the wicked policy of Buonaparte to deftroy the power of monarchs before he attacked the phy fical force of In diis manner he had proceeded widi the Emperor of whom he had reduced to fuch a to induce him to view with complacency fceties and proceedings which would formerly have made hinxfhudder if held before him merely as being in He had led him to confider with difregard even the complete Ragnation of his maritime com From this ftagnation of and the terror which his Lordjhip attri buted if not of the calamities which had befallen and The of Hcavn are darJc and intricate Puzzled in and perpicxcl with Our undcrftandinj traces them in vain His Lordfhip here took occafion to remark on the obfervation Which had been thrown Thar diere was a confpiracy on foot to write down the Britifh He was inclined to think that there was fome foundation when he very lately rfiad in a Minifterial Paper fome remarks on die fpeech of a Noble Lord Grenvrlle who was certainly one of the great eft ornaments of that Thefe remarks concluded by France had even in thV itwas furely not to fo many merely to fhow to Europe lingiillimen were not cowards He exprefied his wiih for the appointment ofthe to aicertuin the nature of bftvveen this Country and the aad k whether be and Spanilh mips at Cadiz were to fall into the power of the French ruler f He ob that our calamities in a great de from our not as a re iponfible Minifter infiead of which we had now a fet of Minifters without a for certainly that name could not be given to the prefent Firll Lord of the who had never favoured that Houfe with his prefence fince he had been in After touching on a variety of other to he concluded by That a Com mittee of die whole be appointed to in quire into the late and the State of the HE DUKE OF MONTROSE he had liltened with due attention to the fpeech of the Noble but could not perfuade himfelf that motion with which it would be acceded Co by the A fpeech fo vague and deftiltory he believed their Lordrtiips hadfeldom and he fhould by no means attempt to follow the Noble Earl over the wild and various fieldthrough which he had ram it would require almoft a whole and much knowledge than he pro feflld to concerning the grounds and docu ments on which the difcuflion of thefe important topics adverted to by the Noble Lord depend to do with any But fince the Noble Earl had thought proper to draw the attention of the Houfe to fuch matters with as it the flighted he ihould afjume the fame He per approved of the whole conduct of Mi nhlers in relation to the affairs of Spain and Por and could by no means fubfcribe to the dodlrine laid down by the Noble that it was incumbent on Minifters to be guided implicity by tha policy or the vdfhes of our With equal decifion did he difclaim the pofition diac the Kings Minifters were to be guided or im peded in their progrefs by that Houfe for when ever that practice Tiould lake he was fuaded the as well as the fatety of the would be As to the difpo fition of our military there were various Some thought Catalonia the proper and others But it could not be donied that in the manner in which that force was it was highly beneficial to our allies it relieved their operations in and opened the navigation of the He con cluded by oppofing die LORD IMRNLEY could not conceive upon what motion of his Noble Friend could be He thought the condti5 of Minifters highly and that the Honfe ought to inftuute a Uriel inquiry into The Convention in and he proceedings of the Court of were topics upon which neither the nation nor his Majefty j was Although he could not compliI ment Noble Duke for the force or funds of his he was ready to admit that he had come forward had taken bull by the horns but his Lordfhip defied the Noble Lord to mew of any think ing man in that or in the the flighted probability of any army diat England coold fend into theheart of Spain being able to the tyrant of Britifh perfons who were ready to his atroci ous His Lordfljip that he could with fuch libels puuifhed exitliug contend with the enormous power of His Lordfhip gave his hearty the mo LORD rofe with fome It was his intention and his hope not to troubled dieir Lordfhips with any obfervations of his on the prefent occafion and indeed upon view ing the he couldhardly rind a fingle part of it upon which he had not previously expreffed hisfentiments in the plainefl but there was fomathing fo very extraordinary in what he had that night heard from the Noble that he could not help intruding for a fhort time on their Lordfhips A motion fo import ant and fo fairly as that which bad been fabmitted to their Lordfhips by Noble he had fuppofed would not have met with the flighted opposition from any Member of diat Hniife much lefscould he have looked for oppofi tion in that quarter from which it He could not have thought it poffible while the bold challenges of Minifters in a recent debate founding in his he recollected how loudly and frequently they had called upon thofe on his fide of the who arraigned their con to bring forward and declare he could not haveTuppofed it poffible that die and confUrutional mode in which his Treble Friend had introduced his motion fhould fail to obrin the cordial and unanimous fupport of their But what molt of ail truck his Lordfhip with aftomlh ment was the doctrine advances by the Noble that the of dm Houib with tbe conduit of hisMajeftys Minifters was improper or a djfirine which he moft directly and decidedly proreUed It was always and ths practice of their fo to iuteifere whenever they faw They did during the war the occafion of that which befel cur army under Lord and it was he whifpered before by any dint this right did not belong to that His Lordfbip ftrongly reprobated the of Minifters in withholding from and from die pub the caufes which led to trwt extraordinary difference of opinions and rnealures which took place between the King of oiveden and Sir John This as well as which had occurred in Spain and bis LorcMhip it was abfolutely uh a View to their own for Miniiters to give a full snd fatisfafory explanation of and ior this he con ceived the motion of his Noble Incnd to atFord them the direfl and bed means lie therefore heartily concurred in fupporung the The motion was oppoied by die CHAJ on the grouqd a confidering the itate of the nntion would com prehend io wide rj field that it would be inipoiu ble to know how far the inquiry might Lord entered into an Of Minifters firS burit ci thff Spanjlh and declared that die increafe of public burdens made an inquiry aW of the nation an objeift of general After a few remarks from Lord The EarJ of LIVERPOOL in an unimated fpeech refuted the arguments that hacl been urged by the Noble Lords on the other fide of the He was replied to with great ability by Lord who was anfwered by Lord Lord GRENVILLE nnd Lord explain when the queftion was and negatived without a Adjourned a Half pad Nin till HOUSE OF a Petition from perfons in the Kings Bench praying for gyoeral relit Ordered to lie on the STURGES acquainted the that this being the day on which the Commuteippoiorcrf to Try the merits of the County Dbnnegal Election Petition wcrre to they had ailembled in the Committedroom shove but were unable to proceed to bufmefs in confequence abfence of one of the wns ftated to be unable to attend from He therefore moved that Tutea medical attendant fcouid be called to tie Bur to atteft the Pritchett was then called pncl ftated that Tutcs attendance this day on the might liivo been of fifal confequence to in the Rate of health in which he now being indifpofed by a violent which unfit him for attendance for federal Tutes future attendance is to be uifpetlfed and the Committee will proceed to buiinefs wirhout The Sheritfs of London preferred z petijon from tire Corporation of praying leave to bring in a Bill to carry into cffcd die proyiljons of two rvitive to the ersciion of Blackfriars for opening certain ftrects leading Ordered to lie on the The Sheriffs alfo presented a petition from the Corpora tion of praying leave to bring in a Bill to enlarge and improve Smithfield to lie on the EAST INDtA at the fugyefticn of con fcntcd to postpone his motion for a Committee t be ap pointed to enquire into the affairs of tne Euft omr until fome future open which ha not been fixed WAYS AND STUHGES BOURNE bjought up the Report of the Committee of Ways and The various rcfoiuuous agreed and the Bills were ordered THE EQUITY DEBTORS On the motion of Sir SAMUEL the Houfe rer Tolvei itfelf into a Committee the Equity Dcfatcns Relief In the Committee Sir Samuel propofed a new for the purpofe of allowing perfoBo ivho were confiner metic to pray for relief at the next enfuirrg His mcuive for this becaufe there were unf rtu natc peifons now be deprived the Jenctit of this from the of the Kill not saEng before the next The ciaufe agreed to without when the Houfe and the re port was ordered to be received on f 0 TVCUESE LORD HENRY inpurfunnceof the notice he on a former joie to move for certain relative ro die Convention in i he two firft he liouM move Tor related to a fuhjecf Connecfied with the inquiry into tius imt which the Board inftictited at fn rn its limifed was unable ro enter he the conducf of the naval of that expeditionv and the concltuJed between Lord Colling woodand the Ruffian Ad The other papers he tr be before lie to the i
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