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   Day (Newspaper) - April 21, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY AT APRIL PilfCE SLYPi l HIDING c j and the that his HENE CIKCIS is for Ti i Mriiiiiig per i 1 his Ciiiithcon Rid Mheuhe retularly attends In ThiM in in tlit polite An uf Riding I Or MOCK r to solicit a Seat in your iu in rinneeted with KI iVijm nuw cf mv a foi that on and ill in persoiuil respects tu tvtiy IVoprii I LlUuT am iuiViDLT his ui i the India iinseif us a for the H n the jjiir Votes and Interest en i obtain the object of my anihi I shall he rxrrUd to pivve my nnii 1 nJ U ihr Proprietors before the iBuUot 1 honour li iind JAMLS v A s i IN rr occasioned in your of afibrjs mi the I snliiiHu honourable to tli your farour and Allow for tllC CiiCOUl2e M uiii tj fLlii the honour of yfciir il i v unurr il my iutcntiun to i 1 lie able to pay rify pcuo very li iionour tu witli ttr greatest Lutlirs Your most obedient j f IV S tllr ANNJVElf si Inithe Ilenefit oi i i Si and Chau rtiya Cn Urctor of o i n AiiiheinMillhu J if Ini of Diviuc li ijVlock begs to inform the Vi of that he MI at gionnd at Ihf fnmi bis old Ground j i ii In in bv the leinnuiir of I Minn by the IliimY of Lord Wood IA AlitiK Tile eonie to are oO SuCh very as behoves the treoriOmist to fake tlie ifd f jiirrhnsiiijf of the Holbiin nud iilfliouirh torsepro in out1 shilling per per lie ii rhaned hy and SAM ISOIS Ucs leave to prcstnt their i fur tin coanteuantfc they have tind uiic ht commencement of their KUSIUBSS 111 n rt an tmhrarc this opportunity of l Jut ihcy have removcj to a more ruminu Nu nearly opposite to their Itttc rc liTr ijiataic cxhiiiitiilf an elcEjant nml vn MI nf 7uiicy the Miilinery aUaptcil In Ihe and hopeto M inili u rxiiiijnuEiiicc of that favour which has rally shown to price iiie Disgrace of Chris hut ile tit thtii ihe r by the A move ex in favour uf of 1 ruicc LocUcs ujy is price ArCTIOIVEEUs nnd APPRAI IocKrrr amiComplete I ii 7 ilie fullest instiiictions iileustcd iu cither hnycrs or sel species of property with directions for ami the ar s i iy AIo some itsctnl tables for uits arid a copious contajninp lutit8 on and variotift By eminent 11 Tio Patcnios W ANTS a a small were but oue or a boy is n years of caii hnre a cha racter fromhis last to at Jut ANTS a LAOYs a youig woman whoi canwork Veil at htr mike and pet ijjji small liutu has no objection orto goabroad not lc aq so slie meets a comfortable Itcspcctable rcfcrcncca will be Letters directed to to be left nt Blackfriaisroac r in a smaH where only one is and oiiiy two liarc lived in 14 yean none but thorough good scr VantT ncpti apply at Flftt o Kent on or n comfortable contniniiif nut less than fimr principal and three servants Lcd dtninp nnJ brpiikfast parlour and other dcnurstic with Iiy Loid aiul stabling two larnc and in a aiij nut exceeding 6ve rsiltp aor lets in oi from the three Jf laud the nujfc nirfon linvihj siirh PirmLscathat may he entered or y liny aditress jrarticu post anti Hoi IM a few in aiid Iirc Injurunce GroldcnIaae Auction East Country to Richard Royal cHsive near Deans the umxpiecl term of four and a half uill be ivnrwed for in two houses of thirlrcn and cijht a arg hifiy wurcslop ui tiro about 80 feet US Ci in nil SifntnC yards and a irontCjjc of Go to out1 oi stxita iu held al u Imv by IctUr to par be or a convenient and isiiible Fjcchoiudetached coutuiuiuj goud larjfe dining or la feet by 23 two paiJoiirs and OH tbe first large on the ivith fuur evjy vty good butlias ami IiouJtkctpcrs iVQtai other oiHccs larsn vulled gar fiidJrOut inclosed with iron nnd on the Premises or of Underii FROMTHE I1 u FIFTV in one rrry large clotclj wth jl hy Couuty and by various and price DICTJONARY i iMTCD compiled fruiu Par and other Authentic Modcra each ofwhich are or partiealcrly ditcribeiiin J ciiutahiiup Accounts cf erery Hun and other in sxall Islands on Biititk i liss tiTipecify lo whom such aAVcrt as Mould he it would be cbss of ptrsoni to whom It wuali for daily aud hourly u ptiuliar claimsto coniiocuce UTSevtry other cf tht fame il to tunl Antlior the and COM Scpvrin puhlUhed ly of the tuluvatioQ of Great and the Clerical the difiVreut of tie lie has ton tsra able to rtffder it au Authority un most of which he fir Richaid Phillipv JJr to bt bad of in it audiajjiriskJ APRIL Major La AidciJeCamp of the Duke of is arrived here with a Swedish ciiargcd wiUi dispatches from his reecived intelligence from Madrid of the 2d General Sebastiaiii Ciuzj at tjhe foot of the Sierra BIo iciiuf jaTtUe of of that aroty of to joined vast number 6tatToried iu bixlcr df battle before Ciudid he rtdvunced against routed and destroyed them Svitliout any U sisfahce that ftielile of tliat arniy on tlieother side of tiie Sierra Morcua and thatthe prodube of this affair was prisoners of stven stand and18 piece of Among the prisoners of vvar are 197 of four are and seven Lieutenant A great number of were More than 3000 to the sword by the lost but 30 killed and sixty Colonil of the l2tli regitneiit of Ira severely wounded by The Colonel of Dutch hussars was ulso General Sabastiani praises exceedingly the chief of the dtiy beforethV crossed the company wiffr CJcEiehil in order te prevent the bridge in wliich he General his aud distinguished The following day the fugitives were pursued by the and enemys Ge ho were among were G5 was ou tho the foot of and himself on ii line with the Duke of Belluno Victor who tnust already have advancedbeyond 3Vle At the same moment that General Sebaitmni captured Chldad arrivedat the foot of the Sierm Moreliaj the Duke of Belluno won the battle of The troops of reserve of and RaeCollected mid1 placed ia order ofbtttle byGenera upen au elevated beivvtert Dhoubcnite JJndMedel nud which was covered by tbc This fpruied in was ausjporlod by As soon as Puke of Belluno observed lie commanded the Lasaiie nud JVIaiibsiirg to placet themselves in an oblicjiie and he ortlevcd LaVel to with the divisioaof of the Confeucratiou of the Ivliinc iua class the abovementioaed strciigUiened hini Vrith fourteen pieces ofartil and placed the divisions Villate aud RtrfSii iu the f The Duke of Belluno attacked the left wing of the and instantly threw it into confu The centre and right wing were ulso rouli thousaud Spaniards remainedupon the rield of battle 3000 made prisoners the remainder are piecesof cannon and ninecolours have fallen into our This important engagement has laid open Se ville The fugitives are pursued with the utmost On the ayth the ad vanced guard pf the Duke of Belluno jyasmlready on the right side of it hoped to uilite iteelf with the Duke of it is haskVreiuly entered id The of fbe Duke of Ktvoli f Matsenai ireVtiU at and those of General V Oudiriot at The Chief of the Staff assumes the Chiefof the Staff of the Reserve of the RheniSh CTdriceniingthe departure of the no known with B11ITISH HOUSE OF APBIL The CommilUxof Piivilcgcs was delayed until Tuesday ou which day the proceedings of the Roxburgh Peerage were or3eittl tobe Tiic further hearing uf Coimstl on Paulefs Divorce and the Grcjjcry wns deterred to JJtmriay The Loan in cqnreqiiciice of Lord Aucklands tabli accuunts of tlie riuits ciilistcil in tHc BrJIIsh itryice siucetbe ojreinug of the campaign Jii Portugal Thd Scots Crtilitors ontj several privnlc ucre committed nnd Rprords EiTlrcad cunil arid tu bifc cuarmittti OH Sir OF MONTGOMERY presented a Petition from UebtoiS ritnfiutil in Cork praying lor TOrdered to lie on the Tin Gas CoicjfUJy Incorporation was witli and a ut Bill Petition from in dcrcd lo be Sir presented a SUcrifrs Ofiiecr expressive of his for having been nilty of a breacli of the pri vileges of the nnd praying to be released fruin hU the motion of Sir Charles lir Pctrtioudrvai ordered to be brought to the Bur to iu orKr be The Irish lasolvwt Uebtors1 Bil was read a haU ordered tobe un Monthly A Message from ths Lords ncqiiaiiiicil the House tluir had njfted to 3Iata Siiip Kivlry the fniifceepcrs Irish Infirmary ami several Ueport of the Irish Militia Bill was postponed to thiii day Ou the Muiiun of Rosr the House resolved into i Committee of thd xlivte Hduee on the British Sliip and the Report orcltred to rtctirtd presented an cf tlie re iu the hauiis of tUc Uejlsvcf of the IligU Court Lord KKNHY PETJ seeing a Right Honourable Gentleman Caiuiiny in his he to bo what tioiis liis Mitjestya Ministers put on tlie Act which rt was irbwpretty generully undurstood had passed in the American hy which Kritisli ships entenngTuto American ports after the 2Gth day of May nest were declared to conSbCvitioH as British ships were at hound to American which could net have information that such an Act had Kissed iu he wished to know if mensures had been tftken to prevent such vessels fxin entering the of the United G AiSKlso 5aid it wasnot for him to pret the American bilt jhe JNobk Lovd had that British or French ships entering the ports of the United States after SOth of May next iiaIHe to With regard to the second question proposed to by him the Noble Could only that he had nti doubt tlie British Minister in would to inform the Com ma ode A on the station of the Act of the American and they would dis tribute their force in such a manner as to pre vent any of our ships from entering the harbours of tlie i United States after that EDEN to be informed by the Cliancellorifti ijterrtiooof to Lung in a Bill to continue the Act parsed last layiirg on diitiesob certain in furthe Of tiersin Council erancu Rof the rhe could not at present state what wtre the in tentions ofhis Majestys ou that but if it should Ihought expedient to continue that the House would hara due notice of THE CAMPAIGN fORTUGA YonKE prefaced liis motion for additional papers relative to the Campaign with a great deal of misrepre iijntation had gone abroad relative to the Conclu sion of the which he tborjght better information would serve to He felt peculiarly for the case of a General Ofircer Sir liew Dalryiuple was concerned in those who in his judgment had been treated muck undeserved It was the iiiteutiohi of Hew hislrould1 wove as had him ulterior to tie XJourt of no subsequent proceediugs were ie hadno oppurtnnity of bringing He cbnciudedwith that Ad dress be pTeBentid his that tlisre be before House a copy or extracts of a from SJr Hew to Lord dated of 808 copies or extracts of all commnnications from the Generals awl authoritijia rejiitivc to th6 Armistice signed Vimicru by Sir Arthur as far as Ihe production of the same should iipt be prejudicial to his jestys that there be laid House a copy xf a letter from Lord Castlercagh to Sir Hew dated the 18th of Jauu Lord CASTLEREAGH he felt rather sur prised that his Kight Honourable should have moved for the papers question but within certain linCutdtioiTs he should no ob jection to their After a fromGeneral TA n LE Lord and tlie motion for all address to his praying that the Papersmiglit laid before the was agreed TREATY PosSONEY thatseeing the Right Secretary pf State Affairfi iui an account of the uumbtsr his he wislitcl to receive information from him relative to oue of the articles of the treaty lately concluded with The article to whicli lie alluded was that hy which his Majesty engagesto continue to to the utmost of his the Spanish natioiiy in their agaiiiatthe tyranny and Uaurpation of arid promises not to acknowledge any ethei Kingof and of thr Indies thereunto ap than his Catholic Majesty Ferdinand his or such lawful successor the Spanish nation shall In his view of the this article admitted of two inter That in case of Ferdinand remaining a we were bound tight fur the right of the beir in lineal succession That acknowledge the King of Spain de to be the legitimate monarch of that wished to be informed which of the interpretations was the right one that neither of these in terpretations had been in thcontemplation of those thetreaty was present brariches of the of Spain income it be for the to were iti successionto thecrown V1 and that1 was a point upon which he some diliererice of opinion existed tilt Spanish Certainly it wa onui in whicbthis conntry no right to regard to the other acknowledging a King of Spain dejecta when ever thatbecamea case fun1 the treaty itself would PONSOMBY pTotessed himself with the explanation afforded but there was another point on which was extremely de sirous of receiving some information In one of the dispatches from Frere to Sir desires that the Gtinernj would call a Council of to examine die Messen ger who wasthe bearerof that dispatch Tliis he Could not help considering as vtry extraordi civil dkrtate in that way to a military inthe British Army inSpaJri and Mr CANMHG spoke ta He it was irregular Tor any who ruse merely to propose 11 argu ments onthe merits of that which must necessarily give birth to PoNSpNBY He wished to know whothe Messenger was nature of the messageof whiclPfie was 1 bearer CANNiNGdeclinec givingtheiiame oftlie1 Messeugev but that at and witnessed tlwprepaVations of fence which were was Freres wish that he be examined be fore a Council of War as a mot to gixt an PONSOJTBY of enquired of the GlianceU of thi thiid report the tee of disclosed he had any plan to whielt those corrected for the fature of the EXCHEQUEH replied that he had no peculiar plau for that purpose at present WIUTBRLAD whether it was the intention of his Majestys Ministers to cootinue Frere in his situation CANNING said that there was no intent tm oi je Tuove The Right Gentleman then that there be laid before the House co pies of certain notes from the dorto his Majestys principal Secretary of for the Foreign CHELSEA IlOmiTAL LdifT Huskisscrx that since the discus sion had place relative to the of toC9loncl had taken a vitsv of the siteoii which it was proposed to trect Colonel Gordons and he to acknowledge tfiat it wonld iitterfere with the He then moved that there be Laid before the Honsea copy of a retter from the Secretary of the Trea sury to the General of the Crown Laiul relative to tiiegrant of land appertaining to Chelsea Hospital to Colonel With his answer stated tkat her Jiad vwith iutentiou of taking a view of premises in but hod been denied ad rink though he Jad stated he w a to know tywiioni that Order giveh LONG said he gave no orders to prevent the admission of Meinbers who miglit Jj6de sirous Sir MosEtY that several Members hadgowe wtfranmtaahob Sir TVJUTON for calling the attention of the Hpube to the situation of this General lleeonteived it incumbent en the with its own dignity coolly and impartially to consider the decision whjch it bad come at probably of on tle evidence of that Gentleiuan oo wefghing oi the evidence agaihst he could not coincide wifli the House in the jus of his There did not up peartobe a fair arid just for JTOUOUUC ing him guiity of spoke from the scope of the Baronets he con ceived it was his intention to propose to the to reconsider its decisions on a former formed upon aspecific charge such he wouW be incou sisttnt with the ilsage and practice of The SPEAKER begged the have the gobdness to 6f any N tnbtiotVbe intended to as the frne of was then adopting wasctTtaiuly outof order SIr THOMAS fiis Intentfon of moving for the discharge of General if he understood the hisobject to wove for the dis charge without the usual fortiucf to the the it necessary that a incurring of the und committed on ISat should not and sub initting to After a convergatiou in the which the Baronet sign satisfactory grooncffur tlie adaption of his Motionr heagreed to withdraw it and ex pressed his regret tliat any should have fallen fromniin lo of the S J L E OF tt moved the order the tav seeoiul reaiiiug of tle Billtor jot Sulc orPub lic Loid FQLKESTONJ lid not conctvf this as it pfoauctLve the beneficial effect its title seemed to temptation foriht committal oftht it would siiil aiid so long as that the it would Le impoa sible respect the of offices vn he couid nut un derstand wty that sort should be jvas ready the jjurilty of help his strong ebjrctiou to anyexceptions Jvoble Lord tne Conu jrijffee JEaSt TucliaPatroii rAgaiiiiS in he belitved what But a still im had been ludtd to a clause for the prevention pf traffic in seats Eordthip believed that was a traffic toa notorious to be ed he the Trtisury whether such an evildid net exist to the most ex a matter of a eletfijiraan opened in the Treasury the agency of thia kind of traffic and a seat in Parliament was to be purchased of R leiss according to theability qfjtlie ta might be of a material or unimportant ser vice to the This his lioiidbhipavcned wasuf jAucfi roore consfiQuence to trieinterests tef than anjtrafiic in places zi its esist efice was hi was ready to pioposs a Com mittee to investigate of hft in falien froro the iXoble Lord yitv resjKct to luiiia Pa according to t e regulations of they were bound public of any pertion discovered in trurackhig for GSEEVY believed his Noble in alluding to the trafficking in tlie East India the trafficking of tliat Cuai aanys nage for a seat he did nntmeaa to slate tliat this was an absolute butlie Administration hud completely the monopoly ofthe market in tlie seats and until a Bill to prevent nefariousa the uterests of the coiintlry must be The CHiNCEfcLeVoftlie EXCHEQUER the btid Ijteri through the ashe of sent Commander in ChiefT The the he was hot informed was the person who gave orders that Gentlemen fhould not be which he theught exceedingly but lie conceived it most thr thougJit Jii mself the of the gave those aad thut the Chief had nothing to do After some observations from in General the papers moved for or HCSKISSOS then brought up the which ordered to be CHARGES WVTJSE that on examining the returrtsjwiiich had been made to withinthe latitfew relative to the men ployed in he that seme of the regi returned much stronger than when they went in to ascertain the exactstate of the armr after he should move that House of men recruited to anyotfefr Eprthe prevention of san cbtfrplete to Fending tuer comrriittal of ilie tbe penalties contained in tins in all ereutVpreventits recurrence so freqseistly as Lord had thejmpolicy of allowing the sale of offices ni Courts of If this was noLsuffiired to proceedas aremnneratioh be to the whkh might be much greater incon venience than the practice as it now With respect to the traffic ia seats in no doubt any on thishead the introduce in course of the Committee on the BiU would be heard with im partiaHtv aud and if consistent witn the feelings of the intro duced into tVHiTBHEAD was find the Right had received tha proposition of his Koble so much aiid trusted its introduction would meet with theimpartiality and attention it It most certain that the which the Noble Lord had alluded wore the most alarming audportecding aspect andif some   

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