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Day (Newspaper) - June 1, 1809, London, Middlesex GTASSESamJ his YrnVRK 1HT respectfully informs ihat tinaUive Place conttuuc8sOpen A rarity Englisjijj and pi isril with I lie admired Duets on bis Set of MtT iiicr which slip trill give Recitations by herself on tiewly conslrncted I ThcwhoJp to conclude with an 1JHILOSOPHJCAU open at Halfpost Seven the at Eijirbt Tictets may be from V2 till 4 each at ihe Sa OirfcAT GOODMANS COtTftTY and Atlas As and Rock LifeAsswsnce had of Vy wellplanned put Household Furniture may be takes a bmrhiwer by viewed by maybe bad Warwickstreet Gol Solicits with feifcellent Honourable Earl of TICK Ld I and i I Jumps and Thomas of the GOVER FRIENDS of this CHARITY will be CITY OF LONDON ottFR1 at J Isaac c John ri James John Tjlcrr John Wright on TuMr at hnff past may be bad of the and at SAMUEL Sec Pin I ii i to of in the healthy part of from so to 150 1 to at kvri be attendfd to fiih Wifie aiid JfoEngUch JBTiae eligibly situate Further apnli w Mr A Very and on between the hours if ir and five oejork no pcnwn lieed apply ybo cannot command of and within a MinnteV AValk of the Change Tlte Taloabte witli of an excellent par ticuJarly suitable for theQffice of a Professional Gentle or 11 years Particulars may be had on the Premises Bf clearly he reaorjjto the sanieN means IK Adopted last Address hi ajesty indicativeoT ma feeling on flfe iee Gentle aian 7then enteredJnJto ii detail of the impro prjety Jmjj Austra JHe contended that Tiad been fllad proceeding to with France c aswell the 9nd indelioiteibr ti jvhole thoujjhfc likely to likeJj to exceed the by the awk lessee thought tlmt thej were sb V Z 4 IlTll plain and at in great at Newgatestreet TIIOI Cambric Cloaks for riding inopen me tine Irish Lineua of last years 1DK Public uv most respectfully hat the OF WALES Bui n ill sail near BiUinga To t Vessel U a re lias excellent and is not niniirrud with thr but allows kggage as or a person appointed H uid uiil be tjlad to Chapniaii liarinf left the ticnicn ii llf nre requested to this will leave Marble fur London on Tpesday morn COTTAGE and LEASE of a very de screened from the public road with and stabling for four aud The whole standing on abont or ddightfully near seroMBtle at may be hAd of come their and the eatablisiied mttted trrhis Noble and it wotild not bi expedient t woul ilcTVe pttf far ctmsideration tp i it I ri TT 1KLD with suilable i meadow about fonr may be Apply fur TAPPING Sixteen Miles from AJ To a good on an and imrOfifldtntf orchairiJt lUKf being iifteen years of an MANU now 4n good a triBing ground acres ImiWings considerably by tbepresent who it qu an uoder lease for nearly the whole a renjil exceeding ilsu coreoauU to and sMititeu orje estimated tp be worth of Particulars apply up detached within four miles of oaexpired iTenn of 18 BUBAL pleasantly situated near the banks of the an easy distance from with suits of rooms fitted suitable large abundantly plea greeohouiie and a chaise every convenience for the immediate reception of a genteel particulars may be tod Tickets had to view the by appfc Nation to iubstuuce oftliis psHtof his He Suggested tb theNoble MoVerihtftffilitj oicO the bis Bill 4istiuctobjeet8 j i IP M ftt 1 I VTTi Jt V V to beasts of draft and Lord replete with knf philotfophyv te which our limits will by no pi any enforced the that he had little rjloiibt that she be shortly crushed lender the power of Buonaparte nor would any subsidy it wap in the power of England to be ofupy effective pr advan tageous assistance towards presenritig her from destruction her measures hod upon On this he should jppose any a mere waste of ic without the probability of ultimate The Gentleman then adverted to of Spain he free to was by noruearis so prootrg Lord iaaqqther place Earl he aTowed was strongest in of the le of that wboif they J imist aware of the ebbrfnities practised under the administration of fhe Noble TLordiri arnd from the same which as an excuse for his conduct iii might bs inclined td follow sirnilarprac in Healso rep robbed Conduct of Secretary Cannrng at the memory of rpwn and and tirid were condemned by the asunconstittrtionil aur3 vf our relations ISicily and Concluded with deprecating a war with HUTCHINSON professed himself friendly to the proposed PoNsotf BY said every one seemed to aoree ihat we ought to assist Spain and Portugal only question whether we ought to assist He thought a discretionary power ought to be lodged in the hands of Ministers to grant assistance to Austria accord ing might He conceived Austria irretrievably ruined and with regard tp Spam and he was persuaded that in no long time they would be as much in the power of iranee as any other parts policy for this he conceived to be to preserve the independence of the insular and American possessions of and under any form of Government that they mgot think proper to If we are to relinquish Spain aud Portugal to the lie we ought to stipulate with those in whose we now that they should concert with us to render the naval resources of their countries un i or Lord Lordf liLLENDOBOUGH on same myl the tofEame leibure such tunendtnents awvhif niijt Hectiou miglit of the r This was u future day we tlunk Tiinrsday was appornted for the further w hich Hith some local atrratttages iililr n mavt desirable Residence for u geflteUlsifdl Particulars and Tiekets for newiBi toSE RAY excellent in good j situated iu Constitutionrow and larse Yard 5 for a for two may be irt to Apply for PsrticnhUB The Strand Bridge thne and r The order of the xlay for tMetHW reading tiieSftr haying but ajjpear diat pt the London TaVern were exemptedfron tffla charge for ia the meeting to which uotscni pte JJ a genteel war the on cofciiiSU MIJ extcasire weirs over nnrseryand also Frontage to let on B if to be or the to Valuable Coricera in sitoatejl nor lias been many years the rental pretty aud capable of nppjied by engmc erected by Rojton Dirient power to extcud the works wry r further Partimlam apply to HopUni mod Cooper EXCELLENT be at Wii Ihe a c Tfie woinan who tfi would wish to 1 mt the and WjakfieUflato rt fully tnre tBis estate very s or the Amendment Aguiust it During exclusion vtingcra place ou HOaduit ioual clause proposed by Sir was timeand HENRY TnoiyroK presenlcd was Petijiotl broughjLup Bench which sitoatcitftbe pravwus to his ce before aokpown inlthe The petiti in wasf truck tbt 6f the although ibe from a list of U prayed th Vuch individoai which are held under m tb desl nod most bun gonertilry as to this DOn tSe petition ordered of about the for io Rrst FrtiftiVrotheC of the wentinto ConckMtMltfiv jdiadf WlVyV o enter intoa full detail of the intentions of bis Mihisteri with respect to Suchi conduct in the admial ptration of any Secretary of and heconld announce deserved tbeJstrongcst The concluded by movingthe an be presented to bis IWa to return his Majesty the thanks of this br his rajeslys roost wherein bis Ma jesty has been pleased to iufurm bis tliattbiiancieiit relatiofts his Majesty and the Emperor of Austria hare been happily and that Jiis Vliyesty will be graciously pleased to direct the treaty thereby such relations havx been to be laid be rliis when the Ratifications sbull bare been to in the event of liltinmtflyiuto the hands of that said the slight difference of that seemed to prevail iu tfte House for to detain the With rtyanl to tfae bills drawn by Austrian Treasury on every precau tion shart of angry remonstrance had been used to put a stop to and there was not auy proba bility that such an irregularity would on any f utiire occasiwn jfe denied that Austria bad been urged into the war by England but could assure thd House that the hostilities she had engaged in were solely the result of her own However disastrous the commence ment of the if the neit advices from GPT many should shew that the hearts of the Aurtrians remained mhbroken and tl at they continued to feel tlkrpreseht was a contest in which Certatum totp pro corporp he should not despair of the ttftiroate success of Austria in the present contestf After dwelling at some length on the afTairs of Spayi and Portu HoD Pentvindicated the conduct of fiw Majestys Ministers in sending out the Mar Wellwley point on which he said he should up but little of the attention of but astbe Gen tleman flir To assure his thatthis House will m7tinic such Treaty into fts niost serious vthe earnest hppc that it may be found that rlw Tixaty concerteii tnot have been put to increWd rash and precipitate that this House sees with shtis the proviaioua Treaty with the Emjrt include for pecu nifiry from this country Coinmons have heard with that without any thonty given on the part his the Austrian GoVcrumcnt has thought draw upbn M treawry fur certain sums of money in warlike with whatever regret mons feet to jjayraent of sutli or to eiiri counfetfance to guch an unauthorised act on the portbf aforeign which facing might itself go to a mostdangerous na as the guardians of ubBc can ip bowaj tb npoii a review of the sums of moBfey wbieh under the direct title of miller the more denomination of havc advanced this country foreign by the largest part of whjcb has given to the House of nud the result of such exertions as manifested In 41ie present Europe hjs Ho Infallibly carry bjisj Justified in to subject pWiunis of moyey the JudgeNateuby ofothqr be madeitpon the reRources of Dlahi at Tinifn flTmxiir iinti i IIM tn It that his Majesty does not contemplate the pro f ASE to be of a denrible an3 Creoietf elipbly fcnthead rf containing two rno possibility of making any ouch fikely to give any great support to in resources of the Austrian opposite had made so direct an it wasimpossible for him not toiiotice what had fallen from him dn Ait He would in the first pUicefthat the speech imputed to him ii the newspapers WHS a grass wliat he actually said and therefore he conceived it unnecessary for him 6 enter into any explanation bi that With regard to the propriety of Gentlemen delivering their sentiments in and in public meet Gentleman misconceived disapprobation dtoe was to condtma Members were in of uttering in such This heshould continue to do louuas he saw He hoped the Gentle man did not intend to press liis as there hud not been a regular notice of it before the t if he thought proper to bring itfor he was fully prepared to vindicate all that his Majestys Ministers had done in regard the foreign relations of this country HENRY PETTY conceived that Austria had no alternative between absolute or wawith France he of opi nion subsidies which this country could under present circumi be of any essential service to and he thought 1 if wohld be wiser for this country to hjwband her resources for her own defence Question being loudly called there Was put and agreed The motion for an address was then rearj from the uti gatived withput a debate on the report of the J 1 Wl of Public Sxpeuditure was post poned to second reading of the Bill for amending the lawi to seditious meetings was uost with the and be viewed the hours of is and wtth with further miry be had of every additional the kiugdotus kust be swerelr fdk aV noi except wnere the faitli rr the advantage to be derived asrore hia Majesty IkAi a hope can be Spanish consistency the people cere his but he present He cpssideredbtbe varioitbe fimeoofc britdrtDecent condwct towArdft Sain Btitorw that Heprofestedbimsetfabodyocatefor economy but bifla drawn bphe Jie thodght the sttongwi precadtidna sJvoouk he takentb pretentthfe bet fate would witK already fronit the WQS orders of the day were then disposed of and the House adjourned at HALF PAST ORE jrertjiiir SOCIETY OF the Prizes given fey this excellent on tile ollowing Medals and Premiums were 6wce the Duke Esqi M for and other MR Mi Ii of Chester for plantations of arid the gold Ttf Escf of ATderaaston in Berkshire for planting 74 acres withScorns Brompton preserve their regetai the goldmedal near tlie a drmving TrecbonrGbsford the of x AcUillea the sfiver j of ttw wwrjuBceawjottt a Atodemy of being the tit proCeeded to touch upbn the Premlim toibe
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