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Day (Newspaper) - March 14, 1809, London, Middlesex iff to l be Anniversary t Iviritij at the Freemasqud on tt Noble VLCE Lord J Welles Bart Lee bcliad of the St wards i of TlrOri of VFar the Secretary j anid at Bar of W on Hi c Table at I a for reTb Siuneyl give notice thatpEraow i e rouutv untra 11115 for way Lx ut nil lie and attend ameet 1t the KiilfeV IS ut the same ilayj autj be prepared o asrsxireties forlbe perforrrtftiice if their Jouders should be i ijiioiis may he BCCII in by uf M or the en the Irish Majt auil SffinU i R V IS STATE LOTTERY s AiRlL SCHEME contains i rr of Tickets the Fiiyt and KIC CJift of 500 Tickets the Second V H c in may i ly ri aco arid respcctfuliy acquaint iLi that the and Shares fortlic tu begin outhe lath of April n tUeiv uld itnblislielStttte Dajof hiwing tle First Drawn be cptitled to Tickets iiadoh the v of thefirst rtrawnPrize fJtf to m the tjieusua capitnl ami piiztis coutaiuevl M1 I J I Tac IiCkctsdcpositcrt in Baiikof EnglaiiJ 3 t uf lln iimtft may had At Hornsby i j tlieii fnEttdOlie iid list of Capital of S i j of i Or jcrs Lileltbr executed cxsctly t if TO BE pi i lietiireVitBEt MovslcVj f if ihcsaxil inth r r Inner liU ilichj at i i iu the vi Atll fe miexjiire Tcinplapf ioid 01 loe wi in Thrct situate aril Manor of wi carh idc of the from of J of the from Ik to the Eilgwareir tbcfamilylu e sau 1 io Hie witfi and the several Imnds I Wli for makins ret pavinrhricks Tlio ofjsnte I the siai in LI HfirocourvTejoiAe oo4 LIGHTING arid Parish of Ciftneut THE I uf Ligbtiujf I J1 sive noticcjThtt tbey a tic said piV the M IK oclock in the to ecgrf ia seafcd frOttrtny to for about eight hundred bariier a gouipltof must to be cleaned1 at oncelv Persons vUiing of f kin the Mod apd other Uubbisli The B TcniU ofcleauiiiug and the i Nib oncemeVcry week pr briber inkinj away i Cumtractoejryj y lc5 tu be fur a the tV mplnaents accesJiry lot The W iuu n xvukutugn recragv y after a jooJoxany parts1 of the IdRO tW therbrttrer T the arfy v ff7m weal op to llief Eoyaf gweir by Militia EnlistnWpt Prohibition Bll4iji Divorce Billy ami Meinfter sworn iation qf fte River Clyde cc of a oaei of Nftval for aJui of doroutrs the Cajiipajpj Ce laid ojon Lord TEMPW QomjlKoea of red inr v upoa the endla Trcre wit fcStf JoBft iibtid for the Judicature Bill read 6second wjdptderei to regulating Trade tf a second and ordercdto third reading of of ji from COR at the HimrrJ and and uji the Reports of the Cota iitU0B of Ways aoi Means and of f FotKESTOSE that the Order of for theCallof the dostaud oyer tilf tomorrowi General thought thfeposjtpoiJe inept of theCall of tiie jftprh Xay to bigWy indecorous and he coutdiibt aeeilut any to coine from when jMembtre that the Oall was not likely to be enforced would off in their shown in the attendance of aud Friday were by 100 Mcmbersthaii on We did not think it tit that any indivi dual should power in his conceived the Noble LnrUipoitponemeiit of the from duy to day was riot propertreatr saldV he wished but eVery Oeutreiuc iiow desirable it was Idhave1 Until thegrtat que Sir it soriie battled otherwise prtseiit as lirtrast had without twnrry rfefStferf Ail for 12 or 14 several rendered k to bring the to he thut6entltHrenV who htid already delivtir not tiikfe up more of the time If tfJdetenainaUon wnaTijolt he hbpedtheriHonse togiveMeaj Tiff frbm their fa of ExcHEiidEit saw thfe fbf the nf iliwUriiTcbthafirirl civiTtilT trvjiiorTriw of in but he1 felt and he to triakie sttme observations onthe different in the wmrse of itBsrjtisSion the it wdtild Jb a dayQ CenvenicHt for of ableand of theltg e cry ofi thqn the r wfia hith the tbjtJipt The stand part i that manner from tiifcopinJ43u8 whicfttiad IJeeu seyeriiil Meinbefs on jthe other of thfe He a single gfdund the bis Jloyal rielia the Cpmniander irt Chief hadany tlie cprfupt prattjcea had been be frotatlre na ture of av inwse existed which could aatliotiz the Ho in tcj his iHved ofthe to fediin Royal HiKhneasithould be cnaudv His innocence and thfc fa whatever the testimony df MnL cliarge went dirertly to alVHtghqess wth a rllje by the oi the Members a totally false and jbcorrectV If Gentiemeuhad formed their own fourided oti the strictest they theru from fheir ininds al not allow the smallest impres which was froua clear and satisfactory It Bppearedto him tiiat here had hot beea a singlecose brought iawltich Clarke haUitjeeri exa lhatahe did not contradict herself in the palpuBle in which testi wits notliivolved hi coiisideracble jOph sequenth not One thdse cases couldiave been made out to the satisfaction of the two questions for the to aaidera tion of the House whether that extensive influence tiie juind Iof in which produced the88kcornipt and whether ine waj Venllj possesed of any influence atvall Trie CTrcumitances as certainly rjje to c6niiderableSuspiciofebutin to ascertain how far that itispicibrrwas cprreJsl it miitutely to weith ihe evidence ynd the charactfers of rhe The and witness was the first f ease to she was had stated 1 from the exchange Colonels Brook and that rectived aslip three days the paper Uie X3ommaivderii it that she in thene it must be unhesitatingly itrferreditnatbet iftfiuehce overtheDukebf or his at het totolly with out fouQdatibt it was stiteoVin evideaceby GordbnMthat Cot several before this paper al asserted have gi Viente his thereforie jf she hid sucfi 6f she wbald in doubtfif appoibtftient to the clays tbe akpfijcatiort to tQnc6Ted if arQT Snph connivance H rnust as waft alleged daf rejafly exisiy oniriiander in of Bourse in pertaui t purj in Jthei giments but the ie senior tnir to rthe stat jpteofficiafceB6rtj hodsaid toatj of t feeneiiil TflWih ihidJthe actual flfitf ekppse did jriJtexceed40K Tespecfjp theviettcr of sfervice this levy j it was insjiectpr tied and nrppOSed and adopted arjd mitlus blame to in Chief for the appohitirieriiof letters flit floaieby cbraujrinicafiSif liad but it flid not appeal tor be thatcbu a deductjbri 4o glaiipg tioietfae FHi the Riyhf T5 JliaS cSuvcrsaiiou i BflitHoiight ia all fevpiimble ri for the of MqiM Totiyiff the riext to he wpulilacl rertj Tfvort iespeciailytp jfliat part jji whic small Every Gentleniari ftSd inatle Up mind that strong i to belieTe tfetit was written by the Commander inChief t but it was a whether to the case or other sabject inwhich Major Mmy titttthere Resist any jgrpunt wtehed it he wishec to Captain SandbhV the prpbKbiiltypf th r Jiays twibre of the Seetned paly to rely the info frppvthe 4ie ofBciatprPceedihgsj from be inferred ihe had asiittle real communica tion his oijthis as pn any former Honl maivtbea adverted to the cae of Shaw from tlife whicjj he also dedaced there T jmt for actusinghis Roydl acjprrupi his office With respect to the die notsee there wasahy be as it appeared ftomi the ex pfereoneligible fortiieCom missariat andthere ofcpurse be ho lobjecfiou to his purchasing the If any instances of excepf alWadybeen alluded they nroat ctfrf ainly have been brougbt fdnvord anditwas dinaivv friil after bftwo and aconnection and a iri wliicbtit influence hadbeen jisifdi occurred the theywpuldl no doubt thfir ap M without tKfrrlskof ari3 pf only has been at been nor does there appeal any cowiiV or uniJue conduction his the nuiaber of to the pr nuiaber of to the iirry fiad beenlaid on the tablej irnnied have 1 of No dnubCif nei gociatioils were in tHbse letters would haveat In the of solicited soine used BBrinBuence ui of tenty bejiig theJiukeof aeriongproof if wta jrd iri cbrrobpration He Mdffeqiient tb apply Highness on military atiql always theofficial department iriCnieiFY conducted greajerc coricludedby wnyic tjpn oftjie total inmSeeuce of Royal jjjgjr nessi and passed a 011 knowledge with tbe army had been arid froratjie extraordfndry exertion of the jpreseht fcituider m was redeemed from nnfliscigltived1 rfatetoastate of regularity arid Snk FRANCISBURPETT a difficulttask than that which wds now imposed on the apainftil lie could not Afteitlie Eery able niannerin cf fividerice adduced in support the cnafgesagainstliji oyailjighness the Qommander in Chief had er set did not think for biin to call the iutentjon of House that would be delivered more imperfect AUthatreaiainedibrhinf to was to draw resultsfrom thtSe detailbv and1 to what He avoid aoticinjj extraordinary of mts towards tlie M0mbef who had brouglit forward the charges wliicivnatf deep attention 6t the FJpUse arid the It was tosee the Chancellor the theAt torney and a wliole phalarrx of Grown usual ly blood forward of the public in out of the beaten and become the advocates of accused and not merely adopt thepartof but before the case comes under fair ruakbg1 their a perfect coiiyictien of the cerice of the party they were about to defend from the Ministerial the He the could help stating his although he presume to urge tliat opinion as the iabolute It had been stated by a Riijbt jentleman brought sea in a fragile ana was exposed to all pf But if the Gentleiaau had steered by the polar star and was likely stem the torrent jdifficulties stopped hia hewas at his that infamy attach the theChancfelter and the Secretory of this in vain to do awaythe ptrength and to attach Credit to the Gentleuian and Gen7 infinite creditand itwas hoped it would rest upon Rjoht HonourablevGeji instead of up with the tialuy a in bisstiistionbecnie the radenqebefore the contrary became thfe for an9 in theabsjencejjf all candour atpfti order to support his awl after TheRiofit Gentleman the Chancellor of the that all evideccenvhichhad been brought forward could not induce hinr to Clarke over the Comniandcr in Thrs was so thathe the Baronet believed the Riht Ho nourableGentleman stoodalone in that opinion but however his opinion might it Gentleman in the course of the of the seized Ktnalfest particles which could tend to support the cause he inthe dusk could see the slightestand most insignificant while the broad day he could not seethe most palpable by the Right had it were sifted the and minutely inquired into her cradle to the hour at which she stood the Bar When she first ap peared the ihe most unfavourable mi made minds ofher situation in pfe ljut en her her the impression became1 of She came forward vmder peculiar disivdykjitageaj her known tund situati6n and and such ujiravelled as no human coyldrhave for person Accused of a IJie able ivho hert inorder tolead to a beliefof lier Tji64ttbrney ia alllila ifojr itrht error her or he wdald bafe v hsiheaperJKy sunriite iipbn irid had lafereiicelupon but bad srill his sajdj was and fhvea and orieoiv he greatest geniuses on earth if she cotrfdfabn exjraPidinary a drama as that which hd gooe th6 Baronet woulJ of being capable The asthe nature of thecasfr niti to any to answer Tier own Sftdlthis was that could put on condwcf so ince
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