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Day (Newspaper) - March 15, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING WEDNESDAY 1809 SOCIETY of PA Anniversary Festival of this Chii i the Freemasons Grent on the lth Marquis of Lord Sir I Juscpli SALES BY PRIVATE Canal and Dock TO be SHARES in the Bamsley and Grand Surray CnnaUEaEfle and Atlas Assur and West to Henry Tiiropnoftou strceti 4 to ir hud C rrctui v of the Stewards lleec at t of Wir Bar of the 11ENUV I InTable lit puFt Iiir By WOLFE and SHARJES in the Auction VVest J Bex Jndia Dock ConstUu tionarAle and Mineral Canal To Grieral Pealf be Lease of a HOfSE und SHOP in the above near 21 of the Iruse iu a pcqant of the kindis Particulars iuqnire at the sijn of the Holy Shorditrh of the to the iil VMaf the inat 25th of one to t the and to elect Uirec Itaion by his Highness tbe at rder of the XACHARV pro TO TO be Disposed the Lease and Goodwill of a in the above husi at West End of the Any piTSon uln ronimaid will find this n nmsf desirable and bLiieOeUl postpaid addressed ili be immcdi aulv IvxtenSivc in tbe front of TO and Manufacturers n Imc Plut of To be LET ou iksuablyjituatc opposite cuuiprismj a large wilh gateway ex to fxtciuiinic having the ad ry fiinitatre nt open every from c Lon leave to inform the that their STABLES in town may of the best quali directed a Good with Stabling for eight ry necessary outolticc a gjpd wniHd stacked with the finest huvu und hatidsniue altogether Ecren aeivmjf mom or with great quantities of and uuliiiiitcd riqht of plaaiiiiily situated ni Chiwcl in qnireof on the who will five inioraiation that will be Apiil FROM uilr aT acquainted that POSTERS TKAVELS in KUSSIA and day dtliveivd tothe of he two elrsjaut royal by numerous plain and K r i bythe TO be IJii valuable with aa ash r nti AEMBLV KK1STOW leave to return her Thank to her the Pub uianv cunierrid on her late i md at tjif saiu tune so of tlttm that spared toluent their npivo lilivr VlKKGrARP t isau effectua jl iii Jhtvcalpinitous toiiti coaU rtyiu out of tlie mne or children playing with tlii they sight and benefit of Tin ilmJi possesses all the modern unprowmnits fo y aiul mav be in prreat a tiie fmtentcc and at Us opposite d by the a and old established courtTII tbe Hobcr Commission in the pprset signed by the Lira Wiiliam to be vice LieutenantColonel who has transferred his ser vices into tbe Local muausioni in the IstHegimcnt of Hereford John Matthews to be IJentenantCokmolComf mmidant Thonas to be LieutenautColouel Thomas to be Gt0iwc oi from 5ti to at at George of dealer and chap to snrrcmlcr tmd at at Sailers of SL Giles in the dealer and March and April at Mitre of March at at the George JoUn and James of dcaVr and at Manchester aiid VVillintn of MAlUcr denier and March and Anil nt ih the Edward Ntwpoit aad John of Xcw duller nnd Apn and attLe Royal Oak Sumnel John dealer March and April at at tbe Mntcon and George Nor iCowich and John Gilbert Great the Feathers tion of the it lie should no doubt have it in command from his Majesty to lay it before the HOUSE OF MARCH the Mot ion ofthe LORD ADVOCATE of Jobustouc was excused from further atteudaiice upoa the Ncwy Electiou A Bill was in to enable tbe Royal Exchange Compiny of Dublin to sue and be sued in the nnme ot to put ROBERT WARD moved for to brjn in n Bill regulating his Majestys Ruyal Marine forces wUde ou leave to bring in a Bill regolatitip tbe cii Spirits Loid that the Returns m the Army in Spain wfii iponthe table before 1riday he shonfd move for them that The Expirius Liws Bill reud a second auu ortleied fo be committed Oa tlie Motion of the Slullinj audSPxpcnce Duty all from the the explanation better lection ottluit read afiist to berea4 usvcournime j On he Mr the Kqorts of tlf Comnrtttces of Supply and were ordered tlic taTile Copies of tctwccn stcr at and Sir John Lord TEMPLE inquired if had IHOU iViujj hi thatduriug the greater part of thetmiehe spbkft bo much confusion HoWthat lie could not he and what had happened lie wuiuig to impute not to designed iiiisripTe One of the Daily Tapers had declared in his enough had come out iu the course of tiie investigution to it his Ilayal Highness upon lus io tional misreprcseiitution in the he did wish to r After u from the the on the Motion resprv stood for was pcalpotHil to Monday Dlrli r of tiii ff the ut on UK Kjrt t rciuuve to the conduct tl The de of the General this day ise tir al MaJriJ t Oepartmcut upon the accredited for the ta of so 111 k betn i vyad tlf rvc w iiidthu Speaker ami tiis a second aud for a ce tin situated hi a principal old a short inthe be by an old established BAKEHS sihiate rbput four ilrs of Lonuon the cnnsuuiiitioii tVoni to 20 flcs per week pailicnlnrs may be known by application to i Rnlph of IXicester fiicii at at April lionet Lang at Iltsidtnce on the Bv T Desirable LEASEHOLD FAMILY RE with coach and chaise end three acres of meadow delight fully sitnute to ronimnml beautiful prospects the fores near iioiit six a Further paitirulars may he known by application to at May VvilliamCatliu Johnson and Jonn iliapersj at William Eautnn and Ruhevt jrn of st Guild hall ipril Rebecca of Wilder at April Benjamin ja of at attUe Anfil William late of Swinc at at the George Kiuirston April Peter of iruiMlium To be Haidsome containing four two coal and beer stall large lare yard beliind Mith a private a large well uith fruit and small tield of situated at for late iu the oceupation of Solomon contaiuiug numerous lofty iiiu aud convcuient excellent paved eligibly the ILJ by applying to r ANTED to Purchase or to a small T with about six to ten acres li in to 15 miles west or southwest oi Lon thr of Epsom would be contain two six iisll and post Mr Lou By LEASE tor 14 of a neat DWELL replitu with convenience in perfect aivl willcil with trained and stan dard fruit situate at comruaud inwith jnd suitable for the iiuinediate occu pation of a siuull genteel be viewed between the hours of 11 aud with Tickets which with hiay be of at Hie in with of at af the George Market BicBard Jacteon nnd Jobn at at GuiW Baillic oai John ot at at April John nowfar late of ot at Genteel with By THE Sixty iears of which are uu of a pood FAMILY pleasantly distance of about armies from autl caiyauis Sairy sleeping at at William of WlltSj John of late of of P Henry Blakey and Isaac of Anchor U 1 hn Colcmau ai tallow coalmcichants Colcmau aud view the may be had or ANTED to a HOUSE of mode rite in any respectable situation or or in tne ixar Hauovcr or It must IK a wellbuilt and 111 vc c coachhouse and stable woaVl be prcfcr lo at VyhoV laiRe and live Acres of with immedi ate By THE LEASE for near 40 of a genteel agreeably Hackncy convenient of about three miles from calcnlattd for a respectable ami contaius five fleopTiig a ccat rtimni and morniaR pa and domestic throe stall man scnants room two large gar ami a field of AboutJive snd Tickets to view the may be had of of Smart and William of Liver Cutler and James Great Jones of William Ridley and Thomas of Tlawtow cu aud John 1 aud John oi snBanO of Seuth warl Gillcspie and John of Lcil andEdward Potter ot copperplate John antl James of blatk ThcBtTmuda Bill was rea ordered to be of Giiod Hope Iniercourse Eill was rad a se cond ordcrciita Lt committed On tlie Motioii uf a Bill for lK FIslierjrend tle Importation of diilereut L of salted Prince Jidvuuis and the Coast of Nova was read a hist and ordered to be reud a second time A Bill for the better Regulation of the Royal Marine Forces was then brought and reud a lirst Sir CHARLES POLE made a few observations on the Royal and suggested the pro priety of establishing u Marine Artillerycorps He paid some just to the services of the but thought that description of our force might be put a better footing than it at present It was he to that valuable class of that the Marine Cadets werenot permitted to enjoy thebenelits of the Woolwich Military Academy and he was of opinion that the Officers of the Marines were not so favourably treated as the Officers of his Majestys The Baro net with expressing bis hopes that the fair claims of this valuable class of men would riot be overlooked in the present After a few words from Robert Ward and the Bill was read a tirst and ordered to be read a second time on Friday L CALL OF The Order of the Duy4br a Call of the House being Lord FOLKESTOSK it was not his inten in the present part of the to make any Motion on the but to letjt stand over till the discussion on conduct of the Duke of York had been gone and then to renew his notice for a Call of the or e tnat ou th of inai ILVC ivxious to the of the lis Lfafned Friend aie speech last the i louse seemed from its laborious itn vtLiaiiied him then from Id 1 ons to after 1 eluded uid e he sJioulJ now spirits ut tlc he should now to some observations tiie Couvsiict which hadHxen antl on the mrritM of tire rasu itself as with rtierwice to the evidence He i uneated that the shaiild be called to puivue lino h prevent itiiiCtly either aye tr the to their The jvible in hisre ameiulment Lo tiie original had not only pursued a very a no from positions Hightilonoi solutions as he should see if the House came to any The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER it wiii not Liirpriaing that Members should all take so great an interest in the Mouonof the Noble were he who had not sufteved in their health and strength from the late hourt which they hail been obliged to JRAND STATE LOTTERY APRIL SCHEME contains A free Gift of ifceFtrrt and a Free Gift of sou Tickets the Siicoud Day WHEREBY A may A An A Only Tickets for aud Shares are oil Sale at all tbe Licensed Lottery Eligible Situation in Fish sauce FTpO Disposed the LEASE and GOOD i WILL of an established HOUSIiajhe abore bu sinesi in a thorouflifare uear the has a ood furaily and retail wKich may be considerably the premise are Iu ood tothe very low of by applyinr at Ham and To be disposed of by airection of thu By beneiiciar Old Established spectahiv in the jobbing of Eil aud with a very Ro rc GUAM only TICKETS for containin Prizesuf 10 SOO ao besides a Grand otwhich a Lease will be ranted for any termshort ot at a moderate and on very The preiuists are suitable for any business be known of 30earj tasy BRITISH HOUSE OF MARCH Cmuisel in a case Sinitk To be further heard on Thursday Fortlicr cndence waB bcaui on Campbells Divorce which was rend a second v n the Committee Brograves Divorce DALLAB was heard Or Lady that she had lironght Sir George a fortune of in return for which an annuity was secured to her on his of lOooU per He was of opinion thht was entitled to a settlement under this aa the law made a distinction between a jointure and a The onner was recoverable in the case of n a iinculo acovrding to the Litter the dowry wcs Tha Duke of NORFOLK Kas of opinion that the settle ment should not amount to more than the interest of the CHArcskLOR admitted the lawto be as stated but in if aprovision was made for the it would be a marked deviation from the usual of the proceedings in that KOS a question which required much and he therefore moved that tlje further proceeding be adjourned to Thursday TheMutiny Bill waa read a first and the other Bills on the table were forwauled in their respective SPAIN AXD Prize of WHOLE for the First another of 500 WHOLE for the VlFT beg leave shrine of the present Lottery as an improvement tliAt of the last Which sa By tfcisScherae theTickets arc IjabKthanin any firmer their to certaintyTjf Cicir obtaining the amount in Prizes that has to Shares ore on Sale at Swift N Opital Priis of last Lotteries to a very great Autouiit have been 5iiirtu cutl TOOTING erected FAMILY WilhShc Acres of situated on commanding rich and picturesque commnm but dietiuct wilb stabjne for four vscllanancc tastUulty bid and faruishcJ laud li bctwteu 0 aud He was tree to his own he had suffered from the inconvenience Deflate iiours and he hoped for the sake of the Right in the chair the Speaker to whose labours md attention they were all so highly and who must be injured m his if he was obliged to undergo a continu ance of that futigne to which he had lately been that thu House would conieto some de cision before they Asmany Gentleuien had not yet delivered their it might perhaps be too nvucli to expert tfjat they should conie to anv determiiiHtion of the the gtriltormnocericeof his Royal but he thiy would decide upon point of it seemed to him very desirable should be whether the House would choose to cypress their opinion on the evi dence which had bten laid before by way Resolution or Afterthat question were if it wasthe pleasure of the House to come to a then the Motion ot the Noble Lord might be taken into considera Order for the Call of the House mioht either sttindfor orbe coneurrecl in tue obser vations which bad tip Right as to inconvenience to Members were exposed from the late hours to which their debates hud bedn and regretted thfadditional fatigue unparliamentary course of lls no opportuiiity of exertingthat judicial it outfit to or of ptonouricinij itsopinion decisively on trie meritsof riie than once it had occurred ID u resolution to the iijprccatifig tins of proceeding as contrary lo iavlmuientary He tlioujjiittheHouse wus bo aud to delwer its opinion upon the testimony adduced before with respect to tbe degree of criminality of his Royal Highness without anyreference particular as conuected with tbe tor impeach ment before tlie Hoine of House was not upon to represent that his Rbjal conduct was so yiarluyVy cfiSiiniirJtJiat ought imniwjiaitly to foUow it was called upon to state simply that his Royal Highness was guilty cular aet of as in the usc ui Lord who in thej jise of Loriis for niade a detiaration Tijut tbt Kings Pvocibijiations wivetantamount toacts of No man would venluic to state that there was not ground in that case for im The Vuesfion here whether the Duke of York was unlit to hold the brtiretion of in aud not that of sub jecting him to particular He simply compare his ease to that of any domestic who siiouid be indiJted for an of however there was not sufficient evidence to convict him yet that it came out that there had been very good ae Under such would was there any the would such a servuit longer in Ins ser 3 Hebelieved Tlere were cases within furnibhed exampirs of ioutfd Parhamfcnt vce the last few which the mode of proceeding n their judicial If a Minist er wasac d of any inisappicatioii of his the charge was simply laid sigaiust und cuse The Earl of LIVERPOOL laid on the some additional papers relative to Spain and Por in answer to a question from Lord D that these were all the papers of im with the exception of the return of the casualties in was hot Inreply to another Question put aaoss the we understood by Lord llierit was intended to produce Sir John Moores written previously to theadvance of the British army Eai1 LIVERPOOL that the reasons which prevented lie production of that paper were still iii If any Noble Lord chose tp miike 3 inbilbn oa the he sliould state his reason of NoRFttLRasUed if it pro bable that the Treaty Spain would soon be laid Lord LiVERPpot that the ratiSca brou ht on and of whose ser part wliich they Learned Gentleman in the vices nopne could be more or the preservation of whose health no one coulu be more anxious than He wished the criii siderationof the Order of the lor a Gail of the He use toWdeierrefl to a later penod of tnc tut he houed it would not be inferred from that his uiteution to drop his The returned Gentleman and the the kind concern whrch Warren separatfe charges were VsJe and separate and distinct judgments given to apply this last obser vation to pijekent lie should conceive the case of Samuel certainly a very improper person to Lave been put into the but whose case was certainly of all the others the letit deservingof to be which a veruiet could If was more tbau that his Royal Tighnesi on tins would be acquitted of corrupt Let lifrn then of i Hip roper promc there them bilityBe acquitted of the aiici Iy jpeous the general culpability Ihe person so accused would go wasone reat objection to a proceeding of this kind against a or arry roan jnid intfueiice Tt mrgit Le from the coursa of that the number of possessed by rach a jjerson m point innvience on before whom he was to be efiect of Diacunng him an 1 Qe charge suppose tnat there were fifty pther casw of the sahic no stronger corruption in hem than he would they oe hud expressed for the preservation liis buf leave xo theia lie had felt Do incdnyfuiSice hitherto fcpin the discharge public rose cdiriplara a breachof He he made the of Kennel the In case tie have been fully by the ofMr being inabie to videthe irionevhe to advance and uotia of being coWctoiis of any n proyid a ata of emolument and trust at AI
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