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Day (Newspaper) - April 18, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY AT six PRICE H I E LIV F LON DON on Ajiril the NoMt Stand wbirh ofTlirfH and JUSTICE a ul to which ml several of the distinguished arc the S MILLER 1CIIOLSOX NICHOLSON HKAUSON PHI Pi POTTER REEVE T SAVACC S T UNITY WELCH WRIGHT i 1 RY M it naJ oi I lie and IJNiJUil TIM rr of this Juclertakiu i diiilway hcing they discus or plans I eillur by or nftcr IMI will be to tinua Althouiiii the Dircrlurs xrc in pos for tins Ijial inrlluds of accomplishing the il before any particular phia hi jmt iii take rvcry means in tlieir powrito ol of inducing of tin must judicious mtanp ol i axial siiiri so novel a the following pounds tn the person whose plan shall artrd jiou and a further sum of i diiiTiicc the first Jay of June winre thosenow thu pufsisiion max he und sections the und every pai order of the i Clerk to the r of the principal In uf nnd its con V for the jiurpose of taking of uipeliutf a ay i i V in V i Lnnv Tuut tin1 if can n iutj be ol and its iin i iliat it s the ill tn use cvtry i r lV tYini pissiiig lulu a a Committee should ilio inianinii of i 1itiiC fur his ajlc cun DON Oa LjHoii April iiciiTiii held day oi the 10 the LONDON 1OKTEU i in fhc ChaFr That in an acre like he have Hourly i e their attirntion sjiould i UkCfal riiur of the ublic with the cJ i Iuttt has already Bttmrfri i of hut i to have supplied the defects tliiy the to the T t these it in the i that the purchase of Ihe City for sale liy the for the ia adiuirahly ealeulated for tu of Cityroad Brew it thai al i the Vantage iiiasiiricii j jirr aiiqiim osily nro iimr of with It evidently appniis from the i the whole of the present 11 i the Guyroad Brewecy in a deficiency of followed hy loscs as wire most lilceh to occur siiscepiihlo i it is opinion of this success must oneiatioii not suhjoct to the ilirticnl anil that eomliineil with the on aiuvle for the encouragement of IVoprictors may anticipate the i V iluMvtiiiir e adjourn eel to ai rf will i i the of this Meeting be to i L taken precisely at two Trail or ti hiraised in shares of lOfil rnoh to tiie iiht of to and the holder oi t j c a Clarification fur the office of I Diroetioa cf thirteen eithrr to t r r of lucording tothe of oi each share to pnid at tlie time aad days uotictwvjl be jpvtn 1 bat ccrcalltu be per will be receivvil by J nnd for at tha Ucst end of the Thomas VJYglit and of shares arc referred for thelreueSt with a Hack cif in tbc Loud of jj v consisting of adining and brcak large four f china fourSiall wilh other auda situation is high and a plca and a good 19 three and four fnro SALES BY Fill V VTE CON 1 near Yiaixlj TO b the term offaur and a lialf will lie renewed Tor in two houses of thicteen and eiirht and a lofty of tuq about 80 feet hy 24 i 760 square of and a of Co to one of the cleanest streets in held Rt a Apply hy letter fj Par A Capital Ofd tisialihslieJ with numerous from 15 to SO miles of Valuable and Improvable FREE HOLD most advantageously situated ia the pnmepart of a pood market The premises coKsist a substantial Lrickbnilt coatainin 15 jod niry double and single bedded exclusive ol cxceUcut and fitting rooms fir lorge and small parlies a barroom and small parlour a waiters coiiveriicht fujlsize a The eoRveuiehtand well rooms for the ae coiamodatiun of FoHicrs stabling for tio for hay and strasv six alurjejuidicioaslyplilnned store a Ifjiifc and buot houseSj a row poultry and wood shrds nudpthcr offices a ajarden and a The premisei njeamply supplied with having a navigable riverudjotuiiig the and occupy n Front age of 48 tVet by 100 ftct in The wholeoffering i most eligible opporf unitv to any active person vrish ii to possess an lim that abounds and tfiiich is Ion and well and has been iu the of the present proprietor fur many wh is now particnhir may be known by apply ins to Adamson and Auntioaecre and Ap praif rf OTTEM I AM a neat tno and Inquire at of 11 and and LEASE to be a HOUSK in containing front oirl iak nnd seven oilier apartinrnts in perfect repair rent and taxes at for tlie a JL most delijlitfully bituatcd on llaver slorkliill containing ttfo ew viiitj small and of near the on thr Hampstcadrugd or of West wilh immediate near the fora term of seven re ami airy bridebuilt Rcsi ili complete iniiie servants two convenient rlrrssiijij about nineteen feet hand soimly anil a back limiij and a nuMe halj f a Imtli cxccllnt aiid arclicd beer and coal cc1 a pavcj and a the h5ui in in thj mmpkte with To litviewed vith witbfnrtlicr Particu be hail by appljing lo Adamsou aud HpEA Tiie particular at JL cnlKin of the is to the prCseiit eond cpialitv ciflni1 Tens at this the rirhlm tbc aie ivill roii tinaimcc oi one liho nny her jine The snrls at tiirir nsprctive cnnn miTaliJ ii hy the 800 new and beautiful JL tluiiruss only 70 eveninsT 1Jr worth Unissels yard 400 per very and 140 the fiiiist loo India jarwmois for per yard jl extra ISO IVench cambiis from to 1 uninrns the jiicce 1 l6n per sooo India a bargain T0f ila anj diajitr table cloths at little nioretbau haHpiice ami of the ronutcrpanes in the kingdom wilh Irish strikingly iirap near the Pauo It necessary toobseivethcnainc MoTiiEii PRIZE of JLIVE HVNDlIKD on Friday uiid Poultry Ciraiinecross Alilfate arcscljinff Trcktts and warranted Trilay is the next Day of and the Fiit Prize will receive irivc fluntlrcd nbich may entitle the fortunate Adventurer 10 all the Capitals in the BRITISH HOUSE OF The Afatta Prii Register the Iniikeeners lie vereWOtight tip friTm the of Commons end read a Cist The Iririb fhe jctBli the IVidows Peiisieii add the1 Eighfceu penny Duty were read s third time WHOLE TICKETS for tiie Firstilrawu Iriziabove next he Second Day of Ticki ts and war arc on by Wf md and JamesVsiivct Caprtjil Prizes ilhounliiiff hayc been recently sole ill wil h any iu and where else on lh ir in 1 lllNSKi beij lcivt to acquaint nliLl and dmili the Drawinjpof the presjiit On the 21st iustititj he lortuiiate holder of the PriTie above be entitled to TiekctG which of Tickets slrundy a Prize of and have a chance of Fifty to tlie iiniimnt of sttrHhj have heen and told by nnd Q1R BKATsSCOUrB and Ijave ttit Sjllcasovc to acquaint the Public they shared Two of Iir Cmiid Prizes drawn on Wednesday entitled to One and a Pjizeof loth In above on Fridar Uic will be e entilled to FTve HuiidHJ KliiiTi may Tickets am im ajxwlliuj at tlitirI born Corahill Strand State drawn the First of tEN fHOEftVND was sold at and Iloyal in one one one and two and warrant ed are now ou apd will continue so until April on which day firit e aburc wUl Iw entitled Whole TheEarl erf in order toex plain the dat affixed to the additional arrdcle of tlie treaty alliance country and moved Tor tvvo letters ofAdmiral Ano daca to the one dated the and the ether the 21st of to be laidon tlie Lord GEEY tliat several cbrarriunii catioilsfrbm the Junta of Gallicia to thiscoun had been alluded but lie gave notice tlmt he intendfed to move for their production The Earl of LivKiirooi was not tonscions of the iionproductiiii of the papers in Those that had laid on the table numerous that it had not been possible for him as yet to ascertainwhether He thanked Nobli Lord for delayinghis rnor as if would afford him time to exauiihetlioie Lord G HEY then that returns shoulij be laid before the House of the loss of men occa sioned by fatigue and sustainedby the British army suiceits retunrirom SpahVaifd also of the men who hadbeen discharged since the Tlie Earl of LIVERPOOL had no oljjccfion to giving returns of therneii But he did not think it faif to require accounts of the deaths that had occurred among thetroops re turned froiu on the ground that they had been occasioned by the late be cause it impbssible to ascertain those that really sprang from that and those that had been produced by the present iuiwliol some and the contagious disorders iliaf had rasjed not only auioajj the goldiers fr6ni but among those who had never left Lord EUSKINE thought that the Noble Secre tary of no right to resist the tion of such returns as were now JKS such infurtrinirSu had tobe granted br the in compliance aMdtio which he Lord Erskine had This had not been as the returns laid before the His Lordship then requested the order shouldbe Ttstated that exact accounts of allthe und all those not and just landed on their return fro in as well were incapacitated fromfurther be The Earl of LIVERPOOL thaiight the order had beenolilyed to the He tfiodgilt tiieNoble Lord who made the pbtain theiri foriuation which he by uierely voiiug for of the number oi tiie British army returned frum at flic present hissanction to this altera tion of the which agreed Lbrd made for thepfo dltction ofthccorixspondcficetlialhat fbkeii pfacs IvetMrccn the Brjtiah and American Governmeutou the of sutxequently to the en coiinterof the Leopard arid Cdesapeak both of which were negatived without a the Earl of Liverpools that in the pre sent delicate situation of both whilst iicgociatioiis were he thought it improper to entr on this He then that the House be summoned Friday when hi to move for infor mation relative to the conduct of A The Earl of LiyKfepooi moved tile thanks of he House to tiie ofKcers and men who had re duced the island of Lord did tiot oppose the vote of It was merited by the Naval andLand ami only not to be thought to iipprdvethe 6r ra ther of which GoveriTnurnt had hcen in adding another sugar inland to tliose which we already aiid of which could find no Did Ministers think they had senta sliidicieht foixfa to they boasted that tins espedi tioii had not diminished our forc6 Earl ol LIVERPOOL vinrlicated the con quest oa account the strength and position of the Had viewed it merely in a commercial he would have probably entertained flic same opinion as the The vote of thanks to the Naval Com iuid then passed OF APRIL The Billfor BiidfrcacrosstheTramcs frotn thfl to theoppisite shore iris read a stcoud and ofaicd to rKMiy Dill fbr sot case all pusscisiuui of prrsons professiue the Honian Catholic Ileligiun iu Rcod to bcrend asccond this ilay CVnarvorr Harbour Scofch the Scotch Creditors and the Irish Infirmary a third tuuc aiid YORXE gave jiotice of his futentiori ton next to inorc fur certain Fapcis relative to the late Cam paign metsaje iVomtlye Lords 4cqimirrtedtlie Hoirtc that theirLordships had agreed to the Pension auJ Dnly the PiiVtisiun Irish Sugiu Draw hack nnd and Private Lord AncriiBALh HAMILTONpostponed his motion respecting a Noble Lord to tornorrpw Lord CASTLBHCAGH theNoble Lord was deteiinnietl to bring his motion forwitrd definitively on that andtlifatitwould not again be ABUSES he House very before he hisuio tiou for their So many no ways connected with abuses extending to the church and all the departments uf the fitatei had in the minutes of evidence laid before House on the charges Rwal Highnesb tlie Duke of that lie thought it impossible for the House not to go into some and to endea vourto traceihow much fnrtlier those abuses as well witli a to puniih those who were of as to a recur rence of theui in Tiie abuses in the pa trdndgeof the East India which had fbeeii to afforded a strong ground for suspicion that there existed other corrupt and criminal transactions of a si milar wliich it was the duty of the House to inquire in order that they might adopt proper rrieasures to put a stop lo them for the What he propose was a to inquire kito abuses and corrupt practices in all the dtpartments of the It was impossible for the Hcuise to take steps tor their till they had lirst come to a full knowledge of all such Th Case of Frenchs Levy seemed to be one that pre sdrited so many that he thought it wouh 6e riglitjinthe Ii rst to iuto the other levies wliich were forward at tiie same where similar mulpractices per be But he did not the Committee to be confined to but to inquire generally into abuses wherever they inight suspect them to TLe Noble Lord concluded with That a select Com mittee be ujipointed to inquire into corrupt prac tices and abuses in regard to letteis oi service for raising in the disposal of commis sions MI the army and also to inquiro into cor rupt practices and abuseswilh regard to the disposal of offices in the and to report the same to the from time to as they may thiuk The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER he felt himself obliged to ippose because he conceived it lie was not prepared to sajthai some abuses did nol in his the evidenceon which those abuses could be proved did not rest ground lead to the punish ment of any who reallyhad the disposal of Itcould not be denied that certain persons eject themselves the character oi without ariy authority from persons who have in con nections with the friends and relatives of obtained an improper Thiswasthecrtsevriih respect deceived by his Therernight be cases of a similar but no rhOnt on the person having an office in hisgift ca such proof as that brought for wart in the If the propbsitiou of tbe jXoijle Lord was acceded great anxiety and a great ferment be kfeptup in the public A laitgh JYom the opposition The liight Gentleman Gentlemen might but lie considered the subjectin tooserious a point of view to partake o their He conceived it penaliarly iuadvisable and at a moment like tlie to set on foot an inquiry so indefinite in Us object as that proposed by the toble Lord He thought sufficient was already known of the ahtises which for the House to adwpt proper remedies for their correction and he had prepared a Bill with his best industry prevent a recurrence of such evils in That Bill was before th6 but jiof yet printed and it dbeir any amendments wiich be of the would notleiid tne conrictioa Offender whom the House nould feel Uself called upon to It would be a from ordi ufirv coulee of there rtas nothingspecific iu itsobject and no public ud vantage be expected from but much public would arise out of He should therefore give itjiis decided Lord ARCHIBALDHAMILTON supported the eould not agree to theargument ofthe liight that if the pro position of his Noble Friend were acceded it would a tendency hto keep alive the public but rather thought it would tend to al lay showing the people that their Repre were disposed toinquire into their Lord Fo LIMESTONE he could not permit arguments the Chancellor of the Exclie jiter to prss without one or two ie was utterly unacquainted with the provisions of the Right Gentlemans i brought iiity the he objected to caubehe tliought tlieHousewouid be legislat ing in the dark if they did not go into further and ascertain was the extent of the abitsfcs that were in If the Right was of opinion that abuses did not he should support hU motion for the a if they do it would relieve the public who and prove that they do not and it it were proved that they do it would relievo thepublic mind to see that taken to piuiiih tie The Noble Lord con ciuded with that if any thing could raise the public mind to a dangerous it would be die opposition of the Chancellor of LheKxchcquer to his who was him self the friend and associate of the persons sus Hu his guilty of gross mal versationsand corruptions in their public em Lord HEX EY differed fromtlie Chan cellor of the Exchequer as to view of the but could not support the Motion of the TSoble unless there was some more specific grouiidrrrade out tnah hehad He con sidered the motion as and that no entrusted such He would feel diajjbsed to support the Noble Lord on any motion for an wliich was grounded pn any special und particularly in the present state of the public he thoughl scraetiiing to be done satisfy the J5ut he was an enemy to gencrul because he never an where they producad any prai tical The NobleLord cases oi inquiries goaetuto by Ijotauiittccs of duct of the TMy AonnSistratiou at the end of the reign otQviLvja aiid that atthe disso lution of Sir vValpolos neither of which ere attinded with the least be neiit to the Luvd conclud j ed with that he could not support j tlie Motion in its present but would vote for inquiry into any speciiic charge that might be brought WIHTDREAD could not consent to give a silent on the In the present situtition of our he conceived a general inquiry He believed tiie general feeling out ofdoors tiiat itsuch aCorjumiuee were a vast variety of corrupt prac tices would be brotiglit to The Bill in troduced by flight Gentleman he thought not likely to meet ail these abuses that were in and therefore there was H for further WLen theorice of Celtman ancl in the vyas first it had bteu treated us a matter of le vity but ft had proved that they had gone on for and that they had the means of blyiii and selling ufiices of every Vtas it when such trans actions as those which had recently come to light were that the public mind should be in a ferment If tlie delinquents could not be punished by let them be punished as others had by the contempt and execration of their He conceived it peculiarly while the public mind was in inch a state of agitation as it was at to appoint a Committee of twentyone with such powers as the NoblelxOid had They would not be but would faave to lay before the Htfflttt such materials as came before upon which the House would afterwards haye to form a judg He wished lie could say as he could have said some weeks that he be lievedno abuses would lie disclosed but he ceuld not he believed that if such a Committee were appointed very gross abuses would be dis With respect to former appointed to examine ptothe conduct of Queen Annes Tory and the Adminisr tration of Sir Robert should only that they did not do their The Member concluded with expressing his concurrence in the Motion of tkeJVobk TIERNET that before he came into the he conceived Motion of the Lord merely to relate to some collateral evidence which arose out of the evidence against the Dulu of but he fuund tkat the present motion went to arraign the whole Government of tiie and was confined neither as to time nor The Motion was nonspecific and if it were the castof an individual a cor it could not possibly be There was no precedent of a Jotion oTthe He gave the Isoblc Lord full credit for and patriotic but saw ns grounds for departing from usual forms of Parliamentary proceedings aud he thought that in appointing to inquire into the disposal of EastIndia they had al ready gone out of their and taken that upon themselves which belonged to another If the Nroble Lord would bringany thing forward that was he should have his for he never wished to screen any public delinquent but no popular cry should ever induce him to give his consent to such a Motion as the BRAND regretted that framed as it he could not give his assent to the Motion of his Noble said he came down to the House with a view to support the Motion of his JNoble thinking that he had some speci iic charges individuals tobring but that not being the he felt he could not support the Motion in present PONSONBY he was as willingas any man in the that inquiry should be and delinquents when specific charges were brought forward but he could not consent to a Committee to be formed for such indefinite purposes as that propose by the Noble They were told by some that they were all knaves rogues hear but ha would never suffer hrmsrLr to be influenced by such be they mad by they might for he was that there was as much and integrity in the as any of those persens who as serted the The Gentle man concluded with declaring that he should give negative to tlie slip ported the He considered tlve system of government which had been pursued for some years as likely to be the ruin of the country and that those esta blishments which he and every one who heard him and would shed their blood in defence would be if that system was riot radically in a short supported the objected to the Motion of the Noble He could not consent to give up the inquisitorial powers of the House to any unless some very strong case was made out and he thought the powers proposed to be granted to the too Sir JOHM AXSTKUTHER decidedly objected to the upon the ground ef its assuming factswhich not sustained by MOORE thought the Motion of the Noble Lord too general in its present form to meet with the approbation of the He did hot however object to the principle of his being too well convinced thai abuses did and that farther ought to be
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