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   Day (Newspaper) - February 9, 1809, London, Middlesex                                o PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX OCLOCK FEBRUARY PihtE Si i JKIVATfiCONTUACT THEATRE IKN 1t 1 Payable by In i per for 8 with if p 1 in the GliMe and Water in a situation e LK ASK HOLD to extent o nearly barrels n family with arc conUrudtcd on a re and arc in exdllent I he and the term ici nuiy be and u large propor K money remain on Iccurity for a limited to RKD of a verydefinible in Red Lionfcjuare cheerful nnt The prc repaired and litautifivrd with great are held under the UeJforS for n t maybe i an MEDWAY TING nf the Vulture the Ith f in the cf the new or fubfcrilicd liufe prrfons fnr tlicir adljns i fnr their full allotment of the new r umil oclock in iheaftcr liie of the itentioned1 in the Rcfolutioiis ot the on tiie jcth of Nuvem luVifcnbe fir one more of fuch new or I reijecl of caeh Share then i ii rrs wifh to avnii themfelvc of the four oclockin i i f ebruary by or lign a Sulifcription Deed iTimi which arc held at the Bankinj and in London jinl Rocliell and at the Bankinghoufe rthlcy anc at Bv the hereby that a Committee of rr of B Hofpitul will Houfe of the hiJ I en i oclutk to receive prcipofjls rtpairinIcfc for i Year from Mid and lonjrflubliCjLd liiujic the corner of Dukc and Litik Jld poITiiniig the rvii fronts and in Duheltrcct will be required to do i o piy a rent of taics and exceptcc ana ml duty ipfly at the CountirK HpuCe of projiofals in writiog LI rEKAKY IN This day is price THOUGHTS on PROPHECY particularly as connected with the prefent times fupportcd by Apollyon and By Printed for This Day is in One Volume iS price LADYs TOILET containing direc JL tions fur with tafle and elegance and for preparing illtli bcft and irtoft harmlcfs cufmctics prc per for a ladys The is a work out tn what ever tends to and u them of what i perni cious to health and rivlicatinj what itprcfcribtrd b good in contradillincliun to is dictated by a ridi culous Publifhcd by It and to be had of all On the lit of February was Sixteenth Number of HPHE RETROSPECT of PHH and AGR CULTURAL The this is to lay before the cvcryThrre correc accounts of all iacts and difcverics to Ans on Sciences by piving the of every inter citing paper which fliall have apprarcci the intcrr diatc periods of this publication uitli m of including on tiie merits of r u t 11111 by Agent fnr obtaining Patent for To THE CONDUCTORS of throughout Greit Briuin Ireland arc informce tlut the Fifth Number of the School Macazinc wns thi day a variety of ufefn and intercflinp letter together n Urcccngravin of the onetensi cf the natural fize of the aninial and another cngraviny of Montforrat in It is well that amnnit other o tliis work to general in all Twelve Gui neas worth of 1rizcs diftributcd every month to Juvenil candidates in and ma Juvenile New Bond ftrcet i lie SUPERIOR At his Corner of GREAT HAS great in being able tn an nounce to ths and he his after incurring confidcrable expcnce in the employ o the heft and aided by local A SPLENDID MB LA Git OK TOWN PRINTED Of fixed and immovable for their inrprction and which peculiarly adapted to the prefect mod of as it combines every of the ninft ci quifitc alul elegant patterns from the Grecian and Aliatic of Tafte and difplay an infirne variety of richDimalk Printed in Hear Qlue Cclefte and Royn and oilier peculiarly jdnpte for and Dinihr amiBreak faft witli corrcfponding Medallions u Chair tb matchailvi an rxlenfivi arTortincut of Plain fall and PUin anil Boriicrcd i virrcJ purfioTes oT elc jant in fubmittin the above to the infpciflion o the leeli confident thefupcrior quality of his LET or i moil with ira jiiriflion he and i chief of the jrninire at a Ijrticulars may he known of Hoggart rtKSlUE fr a term of a FAMiLV with ware in paraculuriy rtqiriring or 10 fee the apjly to I K ARMS 1 and entered upnn digiliie with the Coach ind therewith uTed and alfn Acrct of ricli iaftuTe convenient in the occupation of Williim jrein the moftconiplcta betiicn and under circumftancei moft advan i o iti pjrucalart apply to John very price he is as a Manufacture and Proprietor to charge relies he hall fccur of that patronage it has been his ambition ti A of Patterns the may b fcen every WcdneMay and at Wjrehoufe referred The Trade are alfo FIFTEEN HUNDRED STATli LOT TERY TICKETS will be pofitively given to the ru venturers in the New which ii toe mmrnre ing on the tith April Thoufjnd I ickctn to fhe Finl Prize above Fifteen the I irft of and Five Hundred Tickets to the lirft Friz above rifteei Pounds cn Second Uay of in additinn to the other of 6 10 of joj The Ticket and Shares arc now on Sale at the old Offices Corner of and the iatc n the Kings by Good and from the with of refpcrtablc who unexpcled pulitical everts has loft 2 de is anxious for a Situation in a rcula vither as a Companion to a or to fupcrintrtid of an Elderly mot undeniable reference willbe 2nd letters aJdreCVd to at In ciily r NDLES by with have dccijcxl advantage over the The tallow being mclteil preatly improved in its quality and i hy being with emit a brighter wrh no and are more durable than only by the Candle and for the conveiiii inBoies of and wiivc Dozen at Hcct only deliver poods for ready TV Correfiionjcnts arc rcquelled to fend references in London with their T IY of PERSONAL Healtli cannot be more effen j than by attending to the prefervadon TOOTH i je of the firft ficrojs by an extcnuve confump j as iveLl as thc attcrtation of its frnm the of its cornponem who ithe VecetablejTooth Vow the bjiuy of the and pro he and whicri has in confe been honoured with of their and the vari 1 i rl tlic Royal m i T is an aftrlngent ami antifcerbu a rtrlicite extremely grateful to the in iis uTe in to thofe who apply topain or decayof thc of to 1j prepared by Jt hi from the genuine Rc the latr Sir Richard Phyfidan to their Ma and nM anil far Snjw ind St HiursChiucli he has empowered to make a liberal allowance I own Country alfo Cotkas anc at Bcdfordfcjuaje and by every rttiMM ind Seller in the iniuxcs at Alfo msy of all the differenl Venders in the his Footi iud JOpiB One Five Hundred State Lottery As a VREEGIFT in the prclent WEDNESDAY the nth of APRIL and SHARES are now felling the Second State Lottery the Scheme cortfifts ol Tickets with the additional FREE GIF1 of the prefcnt Contractors of icoc Whole for the Jirft drawn either Whole or in that is drawn on the firft diy above in addition to the prize that it will othcrwife be cntitlf d Ukcwift 500 in Hk4 min for the Second Diy of without impovcrith ing the f ud Scheme therefirt an early purchafc is recom mended by SIR TAMES BRANSCOMB and Proprietors of the Lucky Lottery 1 Holborn Cornhill HaymarkcN PiccadiUy and at Strand where the fortunate number en titled to the grind Prize of 500 Wbofc on the firit day of drawing the Isit State was fold in one one one and two and the following Capital Prizes in the two laft years Lotteries were fold in 631 namdy entitled to and the only Priie of that amount ever P5 577 With t3 Prizes of and BeSdes a preat proportion of fundry other in amounting to upwards of ONE MILLION STERLING And the fortunate Adventurers paid on AKo GRAND FREEGIFTofONETHOUSAKD WHOLE TICKETS the lirft Numbers ai follorri Ql k to a fKEe GIFT of FIVE HUNDRED WHOLE to tUe ftnt drawn above the Second Numberi follow The ibove Tickets may whole of the following CAPITAL PRIZES 4 bf APRIL In eonfequence of the above Gifti of there urc only iSjooibr t Ticket and Shares ave felling ft all ihc LlceJifed OSiCJ FROM THE AMERICAN BILL CON NEW REMARKS GILES AND GALLATINs I concluded my Lift by fuppofing that Oil would foon into a and what woulJ be the remedy againft its being carried into j Some of my who are prudent and j moderate think I have more j than will IIK aheady tremble for the I truft I lhail now convince them the pro mile was not fo raih as they and I Hatter myfelf they will not be with the manner of its I think I may venture to afiYire at any and that dint it Irirrl not be in the mouth of any advocate of the adminiftration to find fault with bill to enforce the and which has been adopted in the fenate by a majority of thirteen votes All oppofition was fruiilefs the tyrants power has been will muft In vain did American Aiiftides Pickering and his patriotic ftand forth in defence of our The voice of reafon and patriotifrn vtas ftifled by the rude and over bearing Irength of Thofe faithful fentinels of the peoples rights warned the fenate without efFevfh of die danger of waging war upon the liberties of the A deaf ear was turn ed to their and a law has been hur ried through the which flrikes at the very vitals of The majority of the fenate were rcfofved not to until they completed the chains which all their power and ingenuity have been employed in forging for the An ad journment was prayed were implored But before I proceed to that part of my fubjio a fo but to no it may not be to cakone fcnate in tiil forced down law with the ufual majo and forwarded it immediately to the Houfe glance ail the frightful of this grouped together in the fitialkft poffible com It prevents any perfon from leaving the LJniujd States with either neceirary money or cldatbing It fubjetfs to heavy penalties and forfeiture ever perfon concerned in any veflcl that violates the though he may have no knowledge of the facr and every perfon on even the common included in the fame though equally innocent It prohibits the owners of velfels from ufing them as tore houFes in future It obliges thofe merchants who liave already ftored any thirrg on board to or give bonds within 48 hours to the for their good in lix timss the vulue of the pro perty It ftops all and of every unlefs they can obtain a fpecial permiffion from the colleclor to make ufe nf their own for which they mull give him bonds with feciirity for their good be averaging about dollars pay the collector certain Any boat failing without this permit is declared and the owner is to be fined to the amount of vefTel and All thefe when they come to the they can fell or niuft unload every thing on in order that feme of the cuftomhoufe officers may fee that there is iled in the Thus the hay boats mut pitch off all their theoyfter unload all their oyllers and all the market bouts do the every So fays the does it not It obliges every mau who wifhes to fell his of The Bill to enforce the embargo was this day taken up in the and referred to a Com mittee of the Although admitted on all lides to be the moll important queftion that ever was agitated in the majority feemed determined to force its It was and fubvcrfive of their ties i Tlieru is too much virtue in this republic to iubmit to a military Lyon I am one of who think the embargo not to be continued but at all that if provifion is to be to force it down by that time ought to be allowed to ftudy and digeft die bill has been by the farjate for that pur At any for good nefs do give us not take it up This is the 22d of the an niverfary of the It is an ominous and the bill offered now for our confederation con tains the word attack upon the constitution and the liberties of my cousry that ever was before heard I have always been a and I mean to continue exerted all my might and main to put eut the Fctbrah and 10 get the re publicans upon top of them but I wont help to put them under them If you oafs this mark what I tell the Fethruh vvhl get upper for our party is falling off every If you will make a law like the ill foon let you fee that the fame things which put one power out wont keep Bv this law a man cannot pafs the lines without having his ki t picked by thefe the If he to bo going acrofs the line with a little money in his lie may be rifled of all of for moneys whether it be 1000 dollars or 10 we want time to read to make the order of tiie day for M allowing three days todi gill its The quellion was and every difpofition evidenced to force the Hill im mediately upon the ccnfideration of the Quiiicy then moved to make il the order of the day for This was alfo Ouincy fultainej his in a r fo fpirited and as to the guilty purj about We dial be longer fpeukingabout if begin o fpeak upon it atonce without know ing any thing nbout than if we underftand it tirlt and then fpeak about The fuiihtft way round is the fhorteft way home and I am fare nn gentleman will fpeak on this bill he has read and at lenft thinks he underftandS I Ihall no of hk demociauc Majellvs He EXTRACT OF A LETTER FROM TO that the bil propcfed rtruck at the EDITOR OF THE FREEMANS very of tjc md i DATED thcmod alarming lr j lam informed that Erfkine has juft ex wai intended to lirip the peopLof then preifed an opinion that Britilh Orders f to uLifror cijc principles yj our conj Council will he refcinded at no dillanc The to give a heavy with ftirelies that the snaniie Break the em kargo It attributes the miifortunes of P evidence n a crimirto every ponrfailor who may be on boarc a ftnmders at or is hipwrecked o Ltift away it fubjccts him to be indicled for thi as a and then prevents the jury from con lidcring whether he is guilty or not bu the aft iifelf brings him in guilty in all anc throwshim on the of The punilhment is the forfeiture of his bonds to thi amount of the veffel and which his furetie muft par forhim if lie is fo entirely ruined that h cannot pay himfelf as if defigned to fet the country at de fiance and brave univerfal it vetts the Prefident with fupreme power ovar our property and it enables him to trample down all refiftance by the aid of the military Yes it declares the of the Prefident fnall be a fufficient au thority for a cuftomhoufe or any other he may choofe to to order out band of foldiers and enter your my fel which the proud Englifliman calls which the Great Commoner once glo rioufly boafted tliough the winds of heaven ma the KING I the Prefidents creatures by this enter yourhoufts anc feize yourpapers your and your pro petty or your public and feize their fpecie in the without being accountable to any human I mean exaggerate a fylla blc 1 do not I are the provifions of this bill the letters of them autho rizes the enormities I have ftated and to fay that there is no danger of their being carried into is a language unfit for any man to The quertion what the law authorifes to be and not what men may do under it it is not what they but what theycan do if they This I repeat it once places he country under the arbitrary and abfolute will and pleafure of tiie Prefiden His mere inftrvc one thing today and another one thing in this part of tiie another in iflued without and netfer make pub are rendered paramount over the lavs of the over the municipal policy of the and he conftitutinn itfelf as the la ft outrage on even decency a licentious and unbridled fol not called out by the governors of the but probably by fome defperate and aban doned fecophant of admin id your Wilkin hns and your are to be let loofe upon us n time of under pretence of enforcing tke Such are the leading provifions of this iberticide r HXTRACTOF A LETTER FROttWASHIN DATSD This has been a day awful indeed to the reemen of in which the defiinies of our evoted country have been decided The facred nftrument which was intended to guard the liber ies of the which was fealed with the lood of our has been converted into a veapon to and deftroy every thing that is ear and facred to an independent To jive efficacy to a baleful and tyrannical continuance has been marked by the and definitive the con Jtution will and flavery entailed pon a great gallant the i mid thac framed the tyrannical and arbitrary and I to make them llaves to tiie of reafon which has induced him to fnrm this opi i was born a freeman uiJ v nion is not I cannot fur the mean to s rrry children bequeathed to ani I will traniunt to airan inheritance as inv rr I will in the This bill was only patTed by the feuate at a Lite hour and I foiemniy that I have not yet itudied If 1 am not allowed a time tn confider the I Ihall dii dain to iv5t upon it when it is brouglu before the truth of this but it comes to me through a very refpeiftable fa nid cool at The commirue ho are to form a proceed ip a very leifurcly are told there will be nodiim precipitate in the the mHJmity the of the mous upon tliis all is quiet If it is to be hurried through this Houfj to the full amount of their to by without permitting its to be bill uhich ejecluiilly clofe every avengeto I for one will means and violation of the Atiarray aroirje the of the and inform the of and a navy of 10CO gun people of the manner in which their rights have been Thefe remarks made a fenlible imprerlion upon the majority but men were not i which are to be paifed upon this fnbjtjcl are wanting dLvotion to executive to go into operation unti will be necelFary to carry a noninterr nrie complete It is faid the laws not fome time in the cnuifv to oppofi rcuei of I of next In he mean aic ta and m be iufpended in terrorem ever the heads of Joha th approbation of tin and the necefluy of Bull and the Emperor of the Ir is high loling no time to enforce j time tor us tn be cured of this merous fcarccrows which we have tir e to time ercvfted in the fields of have pro duced any thing but a terrific offeft upon Eu ropean buds of Every one I hen itr and immediate conhderation of the a hinil animated The law was intended to bring into exigence a fwarm of petty tyrants executive irbitrary were to overrun thecountry and vrannize over the free people of That creatures arb tyrannize over the free peop it went lo create a military and mar tial law was to be proclaimed through the coun try to the Ipirit of independent rnericans awe them into and force them to their fig hi foftly when their chains fliould gall I claim time faid to re Is ft ivell upon a queflinn uhich involves every thing that is facred and dear to my I would humble myfelf before the overbearing power of the majority and implore them to al cloathed with turned as Ouincy cf bells Our are become their perch and not their of in his delivered on Saturday ufe of a veryapt to fhew the abturdiry of the faflnonable dociiine of die jhac tie power tn regulate includes a power to Sup faid you give your watch to a wrch with directions to reguUru and he takes out the and an avowed intention or replacing the occurrence i f certain over low but one a folitary four and twenty which he no will you confiJer to weiph in our minds a queftion which j your watch as regulated implicates the freedom and hapr Shall our liberties be buried under this arbitrary and we not permitted to caft our eyes and give one longing lingering look behind us Shall we be torn from the embraces of what every American would lay down his life to and not allowed a moment to bid fare well To a an hour of virtuous is worth a whole eternity of bon what what facred privileges will free America be left to after the adoption of this moft and opprclliye law proftrating the conflicu ticn at the feet of an ambitious whofe mere is to bo made the fource of all legitimate law fub verting the confecrated temples of and deftrvA ing tVe authority of the and at afmgic the whole civil jurifpru the country I befeech to pauft for a and no rufhly precipitate he lion into a ftate of ruinous anarchy and I afk no more of the than one day to prepare my to difcufs a queflion which is pregnant with the mod interefiing con equences to the The prayer for a poftponement was elo quently and forcibly urged by Liverrsore and who brought in aid of the ftrong appeals of Quincy and every hing that remained to be Upon calling he and there was a of feven or a poftponement until the day after The queftion will probably be taken on that ind if we may judge from the temper of the and the large majority in the fcnate upon nefs of my j very happy illustration of the of the Embargo Our philofophic ftatefmen have taken the mainfpring out of the great ma chine of and put it in fomefnug litu to be replaced when the two greateit powers on earth fkail proftrate themfelves at our and implore commercial treaties with us on our own and this they gravely tell us carrying into effect the conlritutionai power veiled in Con grefs to regulate commerce 7lie American mafs of our in daftrious and unenterpriling who live retired in rural have no idea of the gorgeous pomp and fplesdid magnificence of the fuperb city in our national councils affemble to decide upon the deftinies of the re Upon die fummit ofeach of the wings of the capitol is placed a from due apex of the ftaff the flag of the United is and flutters inceffandy in the eternal gales which blow from the northweft acrofs the upon the Capitoline the which at the diflance of fome miles fillround the city in every thefe ban waving upon the tops of lofty pre fent a moft romantic The wings of the capitol referable Gotkic and ftan dards which furmount recall the ideas of the feudal The flags arc hoirted only when the refpeclive are in an4 the momeat they are the good houfe wife at the boardinghoufes prepares dinner ior the There feems to be fomerhng ra ther too dcmeftic in this fomething which too much refembles the cullom at the of hanging a white cloth at a cham fame there is no hope that the ber to give notice to the labourers u J ivill not he palfed into a The celebrated Patrick Henry predicted that he federal gorernmefit would not continue fifty If this law is carried into who will deny that he fpoke in the true fprrit of a rophet They muft think meanly of the fpiri of beAmerican who hold them prepared or power can in tree a law whxh the people believe to b abroad in the fields that their dinners are while our navy is in fuch a it ate of fuperlative degradation as at the jDrefent and while our army is emplpyed only againft our own perhaps the flag of the United StHies cannot be put to a better ufe than it is at rn his fpeecb on Saturday after eloquently defcribing the   

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