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Day (Newspaper) - May 6, 1809, London, Middlesex the most healthy and sporting part o completely and in excel very jooi i partlen the whole consisting of fivi Particulars may o Hi FAMILY in thi situaUii on the hanks of the Hanjb and Suitable con ni rciy kind distance only eight miles find a S and ten from For r Premises imjuirc it the bouse and for fur hus liy Mtiy post paid to House Cuvendishsquorc Mr Guspurt or Auctiouccr COT I w ith utiottt ten acres of eight o and the Copyhold part subject to i inobt enviable UuleJColtagc replete dmuvstic kitchen and pieasure iKii emu coachhouse uild sta iii the whole iu the most perfect or which is neat and suited to the jircmiscs are situate in the must heal and in noway affected by m a milefrom the be viewed to 1hail of Welhtek A uid Mibstautally built HOUSE in wilii coachhouse aud in U r sulcnce of a ipoaon of The pre n j iiliciiiisly and tlir rooms of in biuica oneach and corape ni with offiflitf of CTery requisite clans for a and particulars may be kuoirn tu 1 A aud dtsrable Mith capacious picture and a of xvcll airanepd principal rcuiulary and replete with every dip and with loft tlie uccomuolatioii uf a fa l iciitiicully Mtnatc in Haiiover iay Lc viewed liy tickets with ul may he known of No Now LA ami I the WKSTiiiVN TO BE LET OK COMMODIOUS with suites of ikiinestic coachhouse and for fuur and about bcvtll licb mcadoVr Uiviileil intu by and environed by gravel and ly a Luxuriant un exceUent walled i id weUpbiCeU The whole in liiffh cuinpctcut to accommodate n respectable ra The situation is and within five miles oj rKwed by tickets only with printed may be to Harry 7 New r Uintca aoble and truly i aud h of siluatc Soutu IITIIII ir is opon a grand and salHdcntly spacious fon a family ol H suite thesituation fashionableaiii3 iil tV of Parlianjentand ro the 1ark and areff af its Lry lud The jremiscs cxl y jf substantial brick buildinyj j tor iiiitiaj thr mausioii sixteen mi t two spacious aad i lufty di about 36 by J4 anl sitiiugronni on principal with a i sluur staircase leading Imiugparlonf of pluileDt nh an inner and i ercry description domestic rli i iimurruus family 6m a competent iuiMI utcrihus and and an excellent cold i icass by a subterraneous avenue to a detached Ua jul Whole a Tlic tenure is for tbeitH per be viewed only and 5 every day except Sunday wjth r may be had of IpHK SECOND EXHIBITiONo INGS by UieASSOClATEDARTJSSSinJVASrEtt IOLKS re HOW Open at New ijt Oiic PARK opened on 111 the 20th for gruing of Uorsoand i mi tlic usual No Remains in the Manor tint and the they will be itumfurd on the 17th IWrav vriON Ol THC inicd br Charter of Queen Anno DIRECTORS a c Societys in at EJeTen t unilertheadditional Charter jBtei T for further extending to the 1 tLis By tficcOoortoT JOHN A HE OF AND i the for a in ooMbf stly reauest jour Juties of wiiiclil 1 by your fufoai fnfffiplf and I liave rapcrieoced in bo J will thus confer IHi IKOPRIETORS OF EASTJNIUA v of the t of Kant of London IT inn the loth of Mny my sincere i it be i uf ymr I liavc the Ladies and here OF The Scotia Jurisdiction Bilhiapd t shvrt fcottery hrouglrt up from the and read firirt Lord ERskiNit nude the of which be bad meriy given for leave to bring jin a wmrt or correct the Practice of Cruelty to Dtomb Aniuitls It via bnufbt read a ordered to be printed and bis Lordshipgave that on MOD day next be should that the tccoaa place this day HOUSE OF MAT MrRobert Dnndas took andlui CoorsR treught inaBill the Scotch tocal orderedto be committed OaMooday The of oa the Society and theTCfort was ordered ta be received on PARLIAMENTARY I ajin fUlly awttift that I have vtry little claim to the attehtiori of this except to thatwhich Ihope the House will be ready to attend from ever quarter it may t mean a narrative of facts I am aware also of the impor tance of the matter which I tosubmit to the House which I never venture to were I not impelled by of against ever no public upon the all with The irje It is i with any don fee f be who let in the lowest iflUuatic him to it is of he should know the against before b efaod bi VI TheHduse has atid Ilben j to Assent ta the mo JLt an individual the holiest or is for t Janicethat Accusation becanseithey things oneof individaal shouldbe iatoidwhat I offer to thecouai the House a charge of dqrruptipn againsttflto of its as I feel that a subject of this nature should consist much tea of argument than of narration oT Ihave the consolation of assuring that I shall not trespass long on the patience of the What I have to state relates to the mode of proceeding upon which I shall offer to your attention and it is my ol iect to regulate my conduct by the forms of the House but I at the tame tUat the House may not impressed the idea that what I bring forward is not worthy of the most serious although it mj pur pose to decline all it for thepre us to presume fji fcatfeot call for an r Perceval have been assume that reagh are to ent for indeed the thing serious aud important in itsq0toie Have come to my knowledge of so co our that were not to sail the otten ion of this House to them 1 shpuJd feel that I should deserve the notindeed of a but Traitor the constitution of any They are facts arising out of a the speedily to will sap the very fpanditioitjof this oar thai the of trjw House of now concerning cis iwbflfcmbeca of this The ert it that Samuej feo guilty of bribery hia ejection 3W order tb guHjiy au something for ie called to our bar as llV What been J the facts there them the not that he But that he has cb Right Spencer of a to which he the House not that we fruow are gainst indeed informed ready e against the ffijng some thing or name of Bit he for of bat what ra aglk to to admit the truth bited against has always awl indeed every fe aiyswer J and it House thatthw thata Member eF that that they Btrtapon wbatgnnHKL feU read ejng it appeared that the said Samuel Bad con pired tagethep f o corrupt divers electors for ibe and bad corrupt miroe on the Jqiiruarof of n n T above facts eiog t wft fAnally Shephjerd be comniittei to TftW the Speaker ipsUel and it wssissued wjiuto call thy attentijn of the House simply to matterp x tb jBy thjs 1 Samuel Shepherd stood of pnbery and the next stej to orde and atthe same uatter be the Wow apon inrpiBsl that tbe thisHongb is not bimaelf do no or against these individaalii I do ipptwpeak for swkr e But sed at the motion of my Ffieud is not greater than mine at the manner in which they have thought lit to resist On my coming to wards this House I had a short consulta tionwith ptfier Members on the subject matter of this 1 was asked if I thoughtthat any body would second I rhad ntf doubt it would be and that from theopposite skle of the House for it appeared to nie to be the duly some ofthe Ministers to se cond this incrder to clear their own cha different feelings have tained by differeiitindividualaon this For iny own conceive it possible that after what haa passed in tills Housej Miuisteis can be coatjMlt to retain their if they cannot answer chkrges oif this kind with a direct nega tive for it niore than that they some of personally coocerned in acts of and that no less than that of pro and public meo in eye fof the no whether there My fonndatibn nan for the charge or is enongh that somebody shall make aiid witbont any it is to be concluded to be right and welt founded I he great object to disseurinate charoes ac companied by dark hints and certain Members of this an allusion was made of certain andthat allnaipu was treated as mattef unworthy of atten 3But what that spe cies of lofty arfectatiqij of scojn will not or thjB of the is greatly altered on these of atid 1 d6 saytliqt the M M feelingsof Ministers be greatly altered deed hxJm wnat ttiejufBrmerly professed them to if they can hear these accusations made against and yet be satisfied with their own You will allow to air hide general to former occasions of this aud other I have heard it said that Ministers could not remain silent under cfertain lest they should TSe taken of the accusation exhi But what Fifths now They are the cteritable conclusion that cafi be drawn they nei nor admit tjje truth of a Minister whois capable of re mainihg silent siich a charge as is jtri improper of of a Blipiiiter of the CrqWn is a ipart of alpart without of jnlbis since iiobodv hinij and his fueling oftHat of kind tilines a Ftttk but never voces iii tuigum ambiguasC I see no goodl but nTach evil fTfcely to from this I think it Kighiy injurious to the real interest of the to brraW forward these dark sunaises against pffilic mthe integrity of whose character the jptibtic have a deep I really ought never to entertaiu ters of this unlessjtbosewKp are prepared to produce themirta t fOie nature thecharge now brougbtbefere ft whether thing has Been in support of and how it is wliatthe real nature of it arid whether andif what proof has been offered to supl port it and theil the House will say whether it ought to be entertained now or I say that without going into but upou the case as stated by the there is up foun dation whatever for going into the inquiry which he has proposed r asI understand this is nothing inorf tliau a clkirge made two Members of tliis of evidence offered to siippori upon Whether will proceed upon a charge without knowing is and that I do for myself it least isrjoi trary tomy ideas of JusTice it in against the etemenfe of appear to have if this the will Imvie nothing to do Tiut tocharge with return of a of the eoJjave tbe whoteHonse is an aftacb the geVefraVpyiBoiples of fottniaBd dsdpes of ageiremUystttri ttjabose all atationialthough Tjbas totatiy raisftkkerr precelleJit tti not f nt the JLntAerfeerrexfe he odi and osAifct present Irani find tenBetf in a I thinlr that a long She he has quoted precededthe now stand appn I caunoi Member of any fi this House or the Bouse is to enter iipoWtbe1nymryaitrpnwfaDd it may turn out oie w the mere air I dosay fhit a pngijantto all r prinrjii re ni that two Mfi iJ nis tpslt i ppseil ranst be peisonifljij are 4 this njiatter may be reeularly cdn i sideretl and1 yjey of the House a o i as the presenL sj ju order that the or on do not npnrhepd it T HOB WbV fiSacfe bare a should IfnterKiri tfiai paplic Aisfebtintryotighltto oe be i baVallalect to TiotHirrg of bring fontard chargesofan ordeVlo fnfase distrust in pubbc quotation of vtffgum the plai upon a perfect unaware of the proprietyvpf VVktifdEEAD spoke to and was satisfied that his Ibe manfngliF the speech of the Right for there was no ground to call forthe explanation he waVabpift to BRAOGE BATHURST henieallttrJsay was applicable to the Meni as S public be did not know fregnenfed the placesai TurJeti that as rfptiBlic be might fee i i i W He supposed the not charge him with at J 11 igpn bjs Ipllow other the tli or men t 4RC bea aace to thatiijt related to their Conduct in
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