Day, May 5, 1809

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Day (Newspaper) - May 5, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY M i i V M revalefice raaionues riurTngHiat unhappy t T tookup the cause PavltiraerttEtrj dnd recohinifaSecl if to I amafrHiu tftaeffleironlv bbiitft id recoin TfV quaeig XVS General Court i In U in the the Vestry Room of Saiat on Wd il 1ivc oclock iu the airs JAMES ss the Duko of the ol Hs CHAIU will be preacUeti ill tile Morniiijj tlie 7th i I iltue Lord Bishop of will lc preached by R Divine Srivice will begin iv n oclock precisely in tbt FORTH limits Ul EAST A i LIII for a in the room of ill take piacc m the lOlli I yoar nurVragrs for that important f I must solemnly pledge myself iur thrrctn wit and us shall i ririitcc in my and the lu li i and Vuur most obedient TT liUH IK INDIA nf the Resolutions of the Pro fmlia asvrmlilrd yesterday a 1 uii I thr earliest ojjpor irv dterniiuation ofgoing tu of May and I leave tj r to that if successful i ii lie mv Mm tu prove myself worthy o which I am anxious to obtaii I t to with great Ladies and Youi most devoted JOHN CHAMIER April IIUKS inert from ele at tinCity of London Bi w licit favourable communications wil n HOUSE OF BRITISH THE AMERICAN COUNTING HOUSES with imiiuUs valkot the Bauli and Exchange 1 ii f niton llnndrvd hy waj a LifeliisiirancePolicyjaiid other v be ii i above cum un such seru triatril Ith line addressed will meet with iNG a native of t am hnvtB very gTvi as be knowing thai IUfiitallr all its ascoudurt iid and drawing plans for plea or as or make himself useful in V line directed post paid to F IP will be immediate S 1iUJV Guiidfoid f 300 ESTATES and nrc upon the IJaokN of this Officr nynards of 70 liave been and rntrics are making frorti i if all lisposoulile to be oM by nuta tlie Managers T 1c tlie Gentleman to whom they a riow ail cxceHently buiit fd iniunr patent with on curricle springs lowest finiaeas a liaiulsoruc ii nnras of Bridcuifll A Cientleinau in his and for that purpose u the sum of uay oT au 7 per will lie for on three i Imld proputy in at nc ticn ill reinurc bis uconunt from the house i of the I Ai n notice of from names of llic fiitit lAi ami the most honourable ml likewise he exprcted A liue ail M I to he left at the Half Moon Tavenij will inert iniiircduitc 1 1 Transpaicnt Viuduw ilfiE f Fiirnitire the t i arqiuint the and lin tend l u sors the last ftrtaiKbt received e to Lord pursuant tii ed the attention of the House to a subject notwithstanding opinion lately the Noble Secretary6f he thought it oet CessnH to and thp importance of whichhe hoped to unfold satisfactorily to their When he had given noticeof the present theEarl of Liverpoolhad de clared his intention of opposing on the ground that negociations were and that any interference of thisHouse could but impede their the timefoiake those uegociations into consideration When wouldthe advice Parliament prove if uotbefore they had brought to ari endj when the expression of disapprobation would be nugatory Had the grounds already the Noble Secretary resisted the made for the production of papers necessary to elu9idate this his Lordship would not rind himself compelled td request tlie close at tention of the House to a statement of proofe which necessarily be of a circumstantial and by the means of which he intended to that the British Government had or had in contemplation to improper con cessions to tlie United It was generally thought that in the affair of the Leopard and the we had been guilty of a grbss violation of the law of as it regarded Our Government seemed to entertain the same in consequence of they were ready to sacrifice the honour of the country to au erroneous notwithstanding the deceitful appearance of the circumstances at lirjg the case had been the real agres The and not our had violated the laws of and the rights of It was well that no neutral power had a right to decoy the subjects of another into its service and still when they were discovered and claimed to afford them and abet their the American Government had bmi Jettersens immediately after the action between the two ships had takeu aud five British deserters bad been found on board the Chesapeakv declared tlwt they were American born in the territoryof the United and therefore entitled to then The confession of these on their the lie to this They acknowledged that they were Englishmen their Jenkins declared that they had been by some American boatmen and advised to change their in order to enable the Magistrates tq protect This adiflcfevfhey aiid he assumed the name of James Could the Americans pretend that they were with the fact of their teitig British sailors No for exact de of their persons had been sent to the under corumaud they were known His Lordship then read the description of Jenkins which concluded by as it is custoiViary in indelible quhife This last possibility tf a auless it were willingly committedt What rtULoxire plainly proved the intention of lie Americans encourage was the promise which Jeqkins RadfQrd rt his stateii Commodore Barren to haW him and his thftt lie would proi cct them peril and thenote which e wrote in consequence of that tlie Domuiander of the before the first Broadside declaring tliat he Imil no Jritish desertersioa What added to the rjminality of of the Americans to was the that at the we laimed our deserters officerswere ctively employed in deserters from rench ships that enjoyed tlie protection of ueu After entering into further his trusted that be had proved that the iiueriCiiiis had been of a gross violation of le rights of neutrals and that instead of He teorfd r pointsin the Jiitter part bf the Noj ble Movers apeecbj contained a doctiiueithat to new Parliament h neociatioos some instances ift advised his Majesty but he not think the present case reqJiHjaigijcih ioterference The Earl of flifejot had said tpgivd any ad vice on report of its progr Lord i ed after which lived without a divij HOUSE tfcaV those fiiefedly to uitliejr listforReJbrtDy be Uufted the froju the pe cduSiBi was bneoTthe moif deteVtfiinfed of which thtrp peVnl jrbe isaicl r against ut nSyjiicVmajr be urged multlprictrtion of acid the en fr which foperjujT I coHQeiye tbose gpod uinn with tljev echiqttfoii rriiifht looking toa Jvfe l c certain rcodwl imhlications abode aflLxed to aiireipiBfedtJr A diiicnssion occurred on tlie third roaaingiff t pow Port Iiuproveincirt Bittj ov moved an rnni 6rdk aud GencraJ For tlie 31 Aganist it Majority The Order of takihg into tfotuideration tht Report ef the Cortmilttetf 1r WaterWork Bill being as an day six a Sir TbomasTiltl relative to a pain Majority im The a he Like tlie of receiving the Reports if ifBin It schenifc tlJ 1IC rl 6e a House through nf of refbrrriattoriivlnch XjliaVe to icB the Gentlcmanogj y very safely whWfiT s may very ratlier but oiie to mb muth For Ameajin xoaseq uence TT ttod wfjyfhey shbjild extended i eifecfeS also it has Ueerf objicted tljaijif I the proprietors of sealskin thisliouse be deprived of a chauce of to tfeet it be a means mea sCjid taleiofB from gettinginto fidi Iwould theuiejtnsof ing men of in Par Ituuieirt f If a GoodludcWeiit to Oaeof persons wljo Imda scat in his it not more he thatjje would be preferred didhis tuieiits migfif bt Vet to iheri are some honourable excep A persoVjjf the highest very FR to thcNavul Jlospilal at PARXEL moved docnmeota relative armouth W the relative to tlfe Police Establishmenf itt Di which vereabo agreed MOTION FOR I AND PURITY in I gave on a former cgUtiielatletitkB of this House t6 one of momentous and important in my which was ever agitated within these I am fully aware of the difficulty which attends the task and of the weight and may be broufght forivarxl to op pose me but I should be unvjorthy of the ho cour of a seat in this if I shrunk from what I conceived to be my It will fac toid thatthe tithes at are for the of the motion which I shall have the lionour to and at a crisis like the it is duty of eyery marr lend his aid togive energy to rather than propose measures which may have a tendency for n moment to divert the stttentiotfof the ExecutivePoweri i fully apr appreciate ditficulties wFncli cliis jestys Mirtisters have to enctrahter can declare that fei thorough of the nehewity of that h without pecRiiar fl present is i greatpBbljc tliejowert Right to3 he of or whether iuto public tfee prdpriefor of who VeB afterwaftfs eiinoMed by him and in that tpansactioncertajtily there was reflected disgracer an either of the I heard rase vho had patronage infier Siie was apptiedlo ftfhef two mem bersto Parlifemerttv and was offered for she was thea offered that she had never soldaseat in the coorse of and she was then too old Begin such a i j iuriwj xarnples of let us look uSfc aliairS apd it when into public Ir th6ae Members yf the House of Commons whoparticipafedin thefamous that Grown had 1 i I i I have no dontt man kind raiglit be the situation b made jihalj l to remain after beeh grbvecU U is ex painful to WakeHiUusioris to any Adduced iu dero Vut f V u our i11 iir a auginen 1 orlt of fashionahle and other plain and coloured colonrcii ov lilm fijrexcltenrc of design and mosjt rcspcct those fnmilie are in want of abore Kim a cUI lo Aft tlicy will jive fjueral The l iuiuilies that will hptioor him with their or if extensile will lc and jiuiion to his exertion Li hat to be the MANOR and MANSION uith suitable and upwards of 350 chiefly of anpcriop sitiiate tuilcs frohi fjve trom and nine from a lieal rhtfal partxif the county with the whtelj forming perhaps pleteaad dcsimblc the most advantageous which an entrance hell 95 feet iu a capital tho upper 1 iuge ibejdimenfcions of aftd 14 in j nvelodcingrooins and dres excellent with hot d BU extensive walLnad oilier d yery good dairy Cjir defitcKefti JJaflt Gothic a stp lurdanrettirr and a ferrohouie trlth iie every e iju and theiirst The and Paddock bfeiclttv i f t Gentleman i a trattbf Umdiufte nod to i concessions from He diverged into a comprehensive suney of maritime the sovereignty of our domi nion over the which orught to be acknow ledged by as it alone defended from the encroachments and devastations of To that Power who yield naval assistance arid protection yield He corn the conduct of the Irench Government in 1797 towards Anjerica with and that every Ame rican vessel which contained goods that liad be longed to an was seized by the Fceuch So in space of two 300 and upwards of 2O millions of kad been confiscated by the Ffom this thiey had been freed by victories of our He wished that a naval be made with all the nations of the by which we should engage to afford protection to their commerce as If peace with France werenot an imaginary be thought it could not be unless she agreed to this her men of desisted bujldiog auy and that the first boat new launched upou the ocean be looked upon as a signal of HIS Lordsliip concluded by an humble Address be presented to advibiug him not to give aby faction to American they agreed to certjjuri conditions ancl concessions Which would reveal thejustrce of our and the of our national support Earl of the grounds which jie i Imposed the alread foruoer He did not stitutional for power of the Executive without ajesty taking the which I before the nito could iodiice me to agitate a question so as that of the state of the representation in this House at a moment like thepreaent I that this House of its brightest beams whenever it has lost the confidence of tliepeople and if a belief hns gone aridia hoffgeiieniily re that those who are tjie representatives of the people are in the habit of purchasing tlieir seats in this I know hot how Par liament can be more laudably employed than in a stop to such an in if it or iu proviiig to the people that it does not It seems to be the general sense of the people abuses do and I hope opposite to me the Chancellor thevExchequer not now impute that opinion to anyJacobinical plot or conspiracy for no such plea can now be urged with a shadow If this House hns fallen in the estimation of the it has fallen by its own The loss of character which die House has sustained is to be attributedto the decision which it gave on a late which has excited the present ferment iu the public and cannot be allayed but calculated to put the House of Commons beyond the reach of suspjaorrv gafion of th6 but T can not herp tPcajtVnjg that it proved at the bar of seats the Commons House 6T Parjismienf Svere bouglit and like stalls in Smitihneia market Und in a more ought tJ be TOW whaf w pWd TrTey av S Sie army naVy a of1 influence rtancei oriifpffblic I pTe to city spetr scru pTe to city ror four seats in such reports are itisririipossrbiefbr us to shut our anilitisiijipossible forjhe peo ple toshut theirs a hbvue ih the city Bave spjeculated to tlie rimorint of foV public good A itaotion oirtbe subject bfPaiiia Reform is to be brought by an Honourable Friepd of niioe tomorrow evening and if the Kighj Gentleman on the gjfquiMl that atUsesin the1 hot he mijstaccerfe toruy becauaj jf they do not is If lie is of opinion they do I he will have no objectipn to go into a Committeeto into the subject It may perhapsbe to that in bringing this question I have been influenced a desire to but I can the that no such motive ever had a place my mind c6miuuiiicated1 motion i which Ishall liave the hohbuito proposK to but to Friend tlie Member for Norfoll all fjie merit or demerit of am very willing to necessarily beenthrown into thebands of theCrown but if we fake into Consideration the honours which the hw of late years been in the habit of we find the House of Peers hasbeeil nearly flottbled shice the accession of his present Ma and that with very few extrptions the honours of the peerage have been bestowed solely On if you cut offthe power of you will those persofts who have seats to dispose of uothino butfhe chbiee of tiieitr iii with Hie iiiost they can will not then be those who can pfier most but their friends or neighbours whom they will probably chuse for such Of late years been the misfortune of this that the landed ufterest lias white5the moniedinlerest rtas been nroidly gain ing ground If interest prevailed more in this I am it would infuse a very different sort of feeling into it than tiofortunafely for the country lieen preva lentfor the last forty It has been I think this by verysad that the commercial interest has been too fond ofmonopolieg of of If the landed interest had more inffuencfc iif this I am persuaded it would fltrengthefn tidnsKf the the the afTec The lauded interest would in the casewhich was lately agitatedwkhm ninetynine to one out of them dectdt upon the same against the of the majority of the Hmise of at any period of my life gave myvote with mure pain than I did upon that occasion but I gave it as I felt it my duty to and aa I trust J have and ever shall give ity while I have the hoTrtourofaaeatin Heartlieor J there is in the stateof thb feeBrigoftbepublic wish Ifrcall of But tating upon myself thV sole respon sibility of the motion which 1 shaft bave tnelio notir td propose to the I cannot help call ing to who arefiow no The present amidst the many disastrous cirtumstances which has attended has been justly celebrated for the pure arid equi table administration of The persons who have been called to the have uniformly been thepersons best qualified io execute functions of that high station jfcmohgst 1 f7 who have been elevated to thafhjgh anH who have done peculiar honoin foJrKis Ma jestyV I recbl lectioa of the That gteat iri Gentleman opposite to Itis nothostile to Jjlni or frlefldiy to my Hooourable xhojBittielQW is ti bostJle to aad friendly to was an op portion landed that iini and elihgfthe evilswliicn Been brought on the of England recommended the very course of formation which I wishtheHouse to watch with a more jealous eje the proceedings of Mirtisters than the commercial interest were to They would iiiqtfire lionestlv into and they would take and care that ne part of the public mauey should be applied to unworthy A great popular tfnrcry has beenraised that all public men are alike corrupt but I join I am his Majestys from from are ex empt frooj the sordid crane ot persisrial corrup T rin n 1 am persuaded tbst the Right Hononra aays that iHastrious it should hereafter tli Art 4 bie Gentleman opposite to me be as wil ling asI am to get rjd and he onFy lends countendnce to it in compliance with corrupt femper1 of the In the reignOf that urifprtunatfe James Ministers lent sanction to tilearbitrary acts in happier very tneri vfho had Been the insiniments of Janresproved themselves of peopled Af present there J but far1 us to pur sue to retrieveour to identify our selves with the to and carry themwith They deceivethf people Who tell be thought that the bath against Mem that thir are Bkeiy alfa which electors rfre tpf4inly9 shanl pierswaded would put agfeat stpp to the Arluses the peopli cbrriplainv tfcisthe joif of Hvotsehasa strong corroboration operatiou 1 The Honourable Member next p roceedtd to ;

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