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Day (Newspaper) - February 16, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING I FEBRUARY PRICE of good as MAN 1 an Iroumuitgis cnijiiireat 01 NO MARRIED and and sn have undeniable foi nnd M ii to linetn Imi duly pUeiulcd A A i Conceruwjiere thesis Y ID take the i in a Any in who command from doo will by letter post will be ultcwkil TO KE j near Chapel Cluirch ln Property of a Vjjuut 15 hands 1 inth remarkable good D i1 tls a ii was the river will be delivircd up to the wwiier the niiirk and particulars the the expellees incurred inilicis 11 il HI 14 days from UiU the will be sjielli A CAM of in the iriuieof recwitly died sud uU Tinwife and six the eldest under tinyoungest under six uiontbs wlrolly t The mothers time entirely occupied by aiiJ lieinp is charity Sunn to whom case have tni the expedieut of this application to the beuclil of iliesc leciivcd by wjio iiuJiTlakito apph the ianu a manlier Lung Acre5 fii rsqnlrt and aitd INDIA J A MS or of purclias j HIT INDIA SftAWLS have now an oppor ihc iliosl superb selection fur n Waitlininn and Evcriiigtons i i they may aiso receive till value iu caiii fur and other of the and on thu lowest UruiK are South a in tht year r u Iuli has gamed tho iu tlii apd for the encreasing tncourjge i inist grateful thanks are irturntj by IIARRI SIH JOHN C AUD ON liasthe honour of iufonu that the Portrait of SIH JOHN which he was engraving an original the Jakt Sir John Moore ninv ready for Eturjng wat favourcil opinion of two of tlie most iutinyitr friends of thaj frum whom he has received the mpst of its as aLikincbs trait f Sir David uid froiuthc a liir nf tlie Portraits a ilu IVe Huiilicd State Lottery MFTiii I Inpresent inis on Wednesday the 12th of KITS ami SHARES are nouselling in SM Ilhi Lottery the Schemeconsists of vilh the additional of fiiiiiactursof louo Ticket for thr i ilin r IK iu that is diayn on i jl in ailjition to tlie prize that it will rntiticd 500 in like in Ihf Seinjid Day of without iupir i inMid an early purrhase is ly sll RRANSCOMB and Luiky Lottery I 1ircaililly and of the fortunate Vrizeof Whole on the the last State was Mild in one niie and two ajil the foliouing Capital Prizes in tin tan Liitiuis ic sivlil i ntltleil ti and the only 1rize cif that auiiMint vvicr JUjOilU 20 Prizes of and s i ureat jropoition of and i Capitals in former auioujitiug lo ONE MILLION STERLING the fiirtimatc Adventurers paid on GRAM CIFT THOUSAND HOLE TICKETS the First Numbers b ijBoi GIFT of FHE HUNDRED WHOLE a LIS lu the first drawn above the Second Numbers as follow 14 Tickets may gain the whole of tha followhig CAPITAL PRIZES 500 Begins APK1L a and Shares are SALES BY PRIVATE ELEGAXT Splendidly BY HARRY ACapacious and Convenient TAMILY JTSL1 with Coach House and every domestic Office competent to atcom impdfjtera Thepremised arc in tbc most perfect having within a fevr Veeks undogone a complete itparatiou and beautifying mt which is costly apjuopriately elegant itii the anil fashion of the is entirely new andof the best description y aikl nditpdly ofter amost eligible opportunityto any Nobleman Br Gentlemiln de viTrous uf an imntidiate and fiushroiiablc residence coati tgucusto Portman and Manchester he viewed by with he had ut H Nnv To be disposal of of the BY bwietkial Old Established respectably connected in tire jobbing of BEll and with a very good detached spacious light Cast ing ami eligible central titrctm Oxfordstreet of wliich a Lease fie granted for uny1 term short 0v at a moderate and the comingin on vtr cosy The premises are suitable for a carpenter or tmy requiring Particulars may bu kiiWn Of Queenstreet LEASEHOLD GosweJUstnet DISTILLERS BAtiCMAKERs BUIL and Bv A ESTATE comprising a vorr eistentive fold into the a convenient uiul Large wirlia Family House udjoinhijr containing three ied a lreakfaet otuliiiuirtg parlour pood and other domestic admirably adapted fora or anytrade or manufactory requiring room in front of the by lo feet ami roostcentrally situate tfor nnc ends of the a of Building being behiiKl aul adjoining t ho Go feet in ftrt The whole in excellent are lit Ui fora tenu of 5o at a tow groulid rent of Jmraeilmte posiiessiou mny jijay appli cation to Islingtonrudd CANAL AND DOCK TO be several SHARES in the fol lowinif Kctlnet ami wJ Eoclulaje Canals Sdnth ainl West UaterWorki Goldcu Lane and British Ale not Kork Insuranrtrompanits Auction Mart Ako the of HOtiES sitnated iir rfan producing together per Apply to Thomas Ncwmaascourt PALE BEE1 ami PORTER Emit of die mast Towns in the for hrewhjg Fine Ales and ni ypOTtunity now itself for a yonlig fientlcmau to be initiated in that SOBS to attain with Certaint short tile ud modern method of Bniring and 3f to of the of nmnajriog e Country Trade in that in kijjb and genera MS post at Jolin t and CO LNTRV witliin la Miles of wliicli coiibiins Six or Bed Two and otln r vcijnbiilc with from Five to Thirf j Atns of cit in Surrey or Apply to aod Blackman MAN of Genteel Family and who liroujjM in the abovi in desirous of treating with any Gentleman in extrusive either as Junior PARTTCER for which a premium he given or us and lattiis himself from liis iimvinulili assidiijtyi would be fnund au acfjulsitiim fu any Jiiiiieiniin dewrous of reliiupiiHhinfthi practical nf his The mit testiuuiniaiswill lr aillilcldhs m the awl of the udrurtifiv who bfci onjrction to i nter into uny other uion smiilai to ilic oouiptteiicy of wiiich his abilities may be iost Kliiidtrct This day is in price of the or UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY of and LI 1 URE lornied upon a more of ar nuigfinent thau be Dirtloirary of Mri com preheniling tlie various articles of that with addi tions together with the new subjects of and History and adapted to he prtient state nf Literature and By ABRAHAM of the last Edition of with tlid assistance of enuncnf Professional Tliu Fuvt Edition of this New Work consisted uud a SecondEdition ofall the early Parfjfha already bctTi called A few copies arc printed uff on royal with proof impressions of the price each Printed for and Pater nosterrow and Riving Ti Scatcherd and Cuthell aud Co and Cadcll and and Kings IIUPJV JJroilie and and Wilson am AMERICAN AGGRESSIONS EX RACT IROM A DATED THE IpTIJ We have much pleasure in to you that the exports provhices this season cxceetled any former and thegroat which preparatory to the next cannot fail to to the same extenL The American has been highly beneficial to the British North rican provinces it has afforded them the oppor tunity of proving Mother are competent supply of the British WestIndia Majestys Mi nisters will now resume the former and allow in future any intercourse with these islands in American it will induce our shipwrights to return to which wrll enable us to which has so long depressed Fisher men arid who liad come back and if we receive that encouragement to which we think we nrv and the United States are in future to be tliesame footing as otlver we have na doubt but these pro vinces will become thernoist raluableappendages of tlie British from ttieiriticretised and furnish a market for far more advantageous than that of the Uriited whose citizens have for many years supplied us principally with articles of general which they smug gledinto the We hope that the most salutary restriction of excluding American vessels from ourseaportswill be for if they are ever how ever limited it might be iu the first it Would soon produce ruinous cbnsequeuce Us to render the ffovirrces of no value to Great will he much d to near the Americans continue to prucfee on the lakes the most shameful annoying iu every di rection our Indian rioldubt to harass us out by their repeated encroachments and and ultimately oblige us to aban don that trade which must hi the case if your Government does not immediately inter fere and put u stop to How lamentable it is toseethetemporising policy of yourOourt their of diplomacy with regard to Ameriui is It has been correctly observed by that the Minister tothb United States should be ainan of great experience and who should be accompanied by others well versed in American politics and and capable of resisting or rather diverting the influence which the French have obtained our system should be exactly tliat pursued by the French in This sentiment you will feel strongly on reading Maddisohs Let ters to Erskiney from which it is interred that Maddison does not think so highly of the abilities of our minister os they de The tone assumed by the American Se in the latter part of this proven the C6frectne9sof this observation We send you of Memorial we have received from respecting the Seizures made by the Americans on the Lakes it was forwarded last month to the Comrnandeh in and cannot fail to be read with great interest by and opr other friends in1 Eng We have great confidence in the firmness of the present we flatter will not1 make further concessions to the United Stuteg if they and especially at the present use a homely the game is up with Old The Americans begin to laugh and to insi nuate they sare the Court of Jamess relax not 1rota of acted itnplQperiy but frotn dread dud claimmr of the corttimVJd OppbsJitibn tcrs have to contend How much it isto be that should be allow tooutweigh all othftr and to such an inrliffefehce to the real interests the the Ministers ad liore to the Orders of Council what the Opposi tion Vere right iu saying did not go far aiiddo not yield to Americafi menaces and we and the trade of the empire will re and cxOecdwhat it ever was before for ex perience has that no solid advantages are to be obtained by the continuance of thecjuack ey which has beeu practised by us since the be giwnin j of tlie last war towards We refer with to the speech of ColonelPickering in in sup pbrt of the of life Embargo Act it is by iiir flie best defence of the conduct of Great Britain tpwards America we have seen shall forward to by the first opportunity after they are made up the account of our ex ports for the last TO HIS EXCELLENCY SIR JAMES KNIGHT OF THE MOST HONOURABLE OfcDER OF THE The Memorial if the Mcrcliants of on Trade to amf the India within tlie Territory of the Vnitcd MOST RESPECTFULLY That it is with griat ngrpj find themselves under the necessity of again yout Excellency with their complaints aguinst Officers of the GoTernment of thl UaiteJ but that arises from the outrage coni and before complained still That the subject may youi ExceTleucy without itferchcf to their former Jlemorialj they take the liberty of again stotinsr with such obscrvatioiu eircumstancL5 so extraordinary The tone stamls thus The Company trading rfrom Montreal uilder the firm of tlie Michiliioakinac of his disuatchtd early in Man a number of or la deii intended eventually for trade to the Indian conutry which were ordered to proceed and were proceoHuir by the acoistomcd route facing that uniformly practise Siuce the cession of the ports by the treaty of the aud round the to theIsland of a British with out an idea of intermediate at wliich post they were be met by the agents of tnc who weut up by the Ottawa tiverj and there to receive instructions respecting their nlterior A considerable time jreriousio the dcpartoxc of thdsc a mission was lent to Washington under tliesanction of Excel ft ascerfaih ihrduguKU1 Majestys Minister whether it intention of the American Govern ment to contihuu to act upon the permanent part of Treatjfof asfothe admission of British subjects to in thq Indian trade icitlun their or to conkidcr it at upon such the agents of the at Josephs were to repilate heir further the arrival of the caid xjats at tliat BritiKh At the departure boats from La the from Waahinjton wai not The object of such ascpriaimnent Inid norplatioirto the navigation ly uiual TaHrerrhntd the such btiug considered a common right unqucsrronably secured liy and foreign to that respecting irade with tht American Acconlingly the boats proceeded on in full faith and confidence that whatsoever might be the determination of the American Government re specting the said Indian ihe common use of thu waters alony the internal communication dividing the twu countries would still IK held Those boats went forward as witUont interrupt until tinjistday ctMay when the rirst of them anivi4 nt tlie entrance of PJiasjaia rivrr from Lake whrrn there and Jlnerircn garri nearly opposite ti each In the mxltlli waterk of that or tven niartr to thtf format than tild the by a party of soidiirs in a bcmt from thu American when with their were aud eahied back to the American and three got over to the British the crews j had narrowly escaped death for so to Jhc British side when iirtii and so marked tb of the pro that some of the tails find irachcd the lam that Those who committed tliis having learnt that other boats hrlomriug to the Corilpaay wtre nlunj Lake a boat was dispatched frum the American fort to intercept and succeeded in forriWy seizmp six more in tlie open mnkiii in all the whole of with their hare hrcn since unjustly in direct violation of the Trenty ot and to the speat in jury and heavy luss ut tinsaid Mirhilimakinac Com Not satisfied with tliis ourrnire upon thr stipu lations of that HII American bjat with soldiirs proceeded to a much greater ilisranre alon thj t seize also nine olher still further ac tually pursued them above thiny hut iu that su perlatively aggravated intention they happily as thtise nine boats had received intiinatiou of what by one from the British which occasioned their return to frbm whence they proceedtd round by nurth side of Lake aftei a great number of the men in consequence of thij violent who were replaced by others hired and sent up iruiii Montieal at a heavy in of the outrage sei under the wauctiou of your made by his Majestys Minister to the Government of theUnf ted States for and an unVr tbereon was issued by the Secretary of the American Treasury to restore the boats and property so but upon condition of giv bond in double the to abide by the decision o the American and requiring other preliminaries vhich could not be to by tne wish out acknowledging American jurisdiction hi a quest0n foreign to ami thereby abandoning the strong gro wnetvTn they stand as British their lawful business under common rights of free navigation solemnly Rccurtd hy the Treaty of the port of from jience the snid tmtragenajtcolo was delivfrcd up 10 the States and especially th article of property thrrrfort remains in cusfoJy of the Customhouse OHicer of the United States at Niagara pretext of awaiting a decision in their the which the Memorialists and main tain that the irurstiorH alouc dctcrnyinable governments of the tiro BS serious national as well as pri British rights founded upon national In support ii this view of the the Metno rialists liave to observe to by the 3d irticlc of the Treaty of his Majestys ami the citizens of the United huv comutnn aud eyual rights to the free lurrigation ofthe waters wherethe seizure was which being there suit of a joint no impediment in such free navigation can be legally interposed by any legislative or proceeding of aay officer of one of the contracting to affect the rights of the subjects of the other without tlie previous consent of their Upon this principle the Michiiimakinsc that neither the American NonImporta or any other Act of the cangOveru the pre sent or controid or regulate the right of stipulated hy the said That the requirement of British when coasting the Lakes from one British post to to report or make eutry at American Customhouses where there ii no intention of amount to a regu and impediment of the Lake destruc tive of its and wholly foreign to tlie intention of the contracting as will be seen by reference to the which especially slipnlates for alhwing the ex ercise of river navigation in small between Mon treal and nnd for the free passage of across iii order prevent frandSj birt authorises no other regulation whutsoever if a spe cial provision was nefdful to authorise regulation in respect to such lights as were to ba exercised within the killed exclusive territory and jurisdiction of one how much more necessarywould special stipu lation have to authorise either party by its separate to regulate objects common to such us parti cularly in the navigation of waters dividing their respec tive The Memorialists have that the Custom house Officer who directed the seizure of the pre tends to justify himself upyn the ground that the boats could not have cuaslvd the lake without touching the although lie neither nor could have a know ledge whether such was the fact but this is a mere sub for the right of Lake Navigation common to both necessarily implies its being exercised inawaj practicable to tne vessel whether decked or If the she must sometimca anchor when the wiud is contrary if the stop on the without any infringement in point of good when there is no purpose of or any object in beyond the necessity of wailing for or daylight resume the voyage such a quibble under the object of parties a mere nullity and were a common highway the boundary between two adjoining as well might it be that the fair use of a piocc en either occasionally to ielieve a weary would be prohibited in the ex ercise of free The outrage ccrmplaincd of involves two distinct pointj of Consideration affecting the national by the insult offered sight of a British and in waters of common by the marked hostility of tiring upon hia Majestys when de fencelessby armed soldiers of the United in attack upon the rigltts am property of British wbercliy they have sustained great pecuniary loss aiid requiring the first the Memorialists consider that if WLuld prfsumptuous in tLcm to suggest the Jiiiu or kind of repress lit to be insisted upon such iiKiinx with bis Ministers but they cannot avoid tliat it is nut a little th t those tctin ftrr so clqtnoTiTfii far gciiirn Jrcc in nriflier militarised by tlif or should themselves so the of free lake where specially secured by a compact to which they arta party uid those wiio wcie so iiT iu the case of the whena provocation not to Iw borne was previously given by thf should so unfeelingly without any who never afforded shadow of prcknce cr so As to the second the heavy Inks and da nfagp sisfnincd by the secure of their a aifnfof which is annexe Slcniorialists tatreat that yoifr Excellency will be plcasid to ny the same before i is Majestys that full pecuniary imieumity to them for the in all its may be J ninndcd nmt obtained from the government of the United Such cannot be less than exclusive f actual cosj and charges cf the goods anJ dis Uirsenieuts in various ways made respecting the same making in the whole the stimof The saiJ sum will found when it is that the value of a years outfit for the trade ex the plans for which were not only derange d by the seizure of the goods forming a necessary part cf the but the discouragement of the and men of the who winter among the thereby been such as to create a despair of nnd consequently will prodnce a diminution of when they see so evident a proof of a plan o render it The above hpwivcr are not the only giievnncca respecting the United of which the MemnnilisN have to complain in common with other British subjects trading to the Indian country within the American terri for they have long under the require ment of extortion iu and vexations in varioifB ways which the according to its fair intent and does not authorise as what can be more and than the American mode of exacting duties on good carried hy British sub jects into the American upon a scale of calculation in its principlr in subject them to the payment of nearly aud iu no case on articles rated ad does it te less eighth part more duty than i paid on the like articles by an American at an Atlantic port Surely such coulil never be the meaning of n stipula tion about made for the very purpose of assuring in that to Indian whether British or whfrein they might come into con The Memorialists have for some time seen progres sing with extreme a systematic plan to drive the British Indian Trailers from the American by every Kprcics ot and they must soon if hS Majestys Government does not take up their Mith decision for it was with feelings of a very unplea sant that they found the Negotiators wifh appointed under the late postpone theHJKCUS MOII of their grievances although fully represented to an indefinite without any stipulation for the cessa tion of those fiscal under which they and are in the mean The take the Hlxrty of im pressing upon your Excellencys for the informa tion of his Majestys the followitii consnle raiioua the Indian within the American must speedily be abandoned by British if not protected against interruption of free Navigation cf tlie various other vexations if once it can never he and with its abandonment will perish British iutluence with the Indian Nations residing without the limits of That British Traders liave materially aided in preserving that influence the convi tion of is the strong motive with the can it tjr wish Jjy every items they can o exclude such the minds of His Majestys Ministers shall be made to tire loss of that portion of Indian Trade earned on within the American is nearly the whole excepting the NorthWest to the extinction of influence amongst the ImJian as in such it will onlv be necessary to obtain reimbursement to British Tradcis of past fiscal and indemnity for the losses and damages consequent upou the late seizure of the property of the Company as also a consideration for the abandonment of tnehestablishments in the Indian Hut if his Majestys Government shall consider siichtraile and influence as fit to be that can only br done by obtaining reimbursement and indemnity in respect to assurance of ex emption from impositions and vexations in And the Memorialists are of that if British Traders do not obtain the right of going to the West of the Mississippi to as the exclu which theAmericans are now about rigidly en ujon pretext of that country not being compre hended in the Treaty of they must in any event soon abandon the Traded o theEast of the as an object not worth The Memorialists considor it proper to that they are able to substantiate various facts licrein set They therefore most respectfully entreat yonr Ex cellency to Iny their complaints and observations before his Majestys that sucli measures may be as in their wisdom shall seem obtain ng the needful redress in the premiseSj aod hey will ever
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