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   Day (Newspaper) - June 16, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY hedtrt No M s IS LllM LNGL1SH nolle wre most respectraHy iiiforthed M and variety uf nud clei Wliirh liaVe long been he slixuDitndaoce of lit Timer by authority of flur on loth with COMfC composed by GfeAJKi midiV iMousiinr from tlie at i sic composed by for the and and B and are prepared for lln SrtiNEA iv Lost or May to stating to will be duly not received i Person is dc tu eiiKaRf in the as a vln fruiu 5 to floo Poumls it wanting who 111 ilie above particulara Vcrcrinnry or Grab s YOUNG lilKL the i yais trf a as Aswistaat ui iii utbrr Situation equally eligible jHe tri at i in want of an industrious arid liir ciajattir wil btartbe nsx nist JQ at XVan In iiN 1 I01 or nvc a tur wilhiu six wiles of the Et not llialiTtfur Cr five aoU Any awouloliiid this a good opportunity as the great st care would ke to will te Ii 6f a vftry cfnitttfeat FAiliV fontniaiiijtwo 3 and paved witli liilic and otlier humi of 18 and with with Forflwr mav e bad f Au HANOVTEKSttUARE tend flesfabjef FHEfiHOLD with capacious picture gUooBj tad a of irell arranged Brijicipkl stoae ooi replete twth felciy do mestic and with fyKy wWjnttt to We a rerfpectabW fV rittmte Kanow be by tickets wjjh Tertok Ad ftaf Tie Mr Ham and the 1 Thames aid Marsh v iilinuwH the liivtr Thames SOLD by sotoTetittte in nirnh of Stptlmbtr in Wi fiisfiOSw tnl by it to ixla I hy fitlni ami half of veryvataaljJenFREKHOLaj K lanltax input a fi m town vif itifift jukVifib OT Deta spider oi liiviu an excellent tlkejairta ulw to tlie Thainei yaA to wa who has a plan of the jFpr upply ai flic Office of m t AihTorS j Ar of r pfwte bf HHotaltiaM fc nA whrrc Twiiers t the oeenpUlteo tke COTTAGEaud COTTat3t recentfy tepafie ten principal coddary dining and and IrtAS r Hill i 11111 i uii Public are respectfmlly 1 be coAttnucd 07 a of Pfti and Iti comiurnce running IVani ffce Ml tuki on Saturday the ijtk iMjkntj for life Bell emry il and Suturdavi at hilf o iciock and from fwuUlie Mob by j hargifur parccfc atthe BcH wJiich is at tbe bottom of the yirtl oiithe connection vntK ami LEEDS CoinmodibuS L and fixpcdJHbuii POST ct oiil from the Golden eVcry at balfpast at the dine it the Eatba toy at LraVfast at the Red Doncastcr and arrnre id Ltrds hy and by TlJere onlvfoiucuacbnifaemylOfeAt kid coak go Bvery wJIT c Qiiiuie to be niadej to render couvtyajitt oa tbe North GfcOfeGE many tdo moruinx at Holyuead aiid Jorth1Vala Mfbtttif and Biriniugbaur inorriiiic ani OkflJrt a new Port i Milurd Canoarthen Hod CLclteuham aud MUM ng East Little Haniotou Mai VALUABLE rpO be peremptorily flttrstiflot JL jrreml Orden df Wlgk ilale K mmle ib cane wherein others are awi and arc wUb of Rb one of W gale at tfce PnBlle Jeattetij on the tyth lay of betwetn iBe of two and 6clack in in the tyth lay of etwetn i tcurn of two add 6clack ip Time a valuable C0PTH6L1 wtu wmiU the palish and ftctwmty bf Adjoining rt 01 and gardraj uiH tbeihedilbfi in Adjoining to of thtr with ttx the alto teCJirtllV other tbe piVptrty of Tbe for and A A comfortable and genteel DWEtUNG i simian afrWeii i The part iculani may be known on application JO WiurtaaleV eqturipg exteiikivc capable tf condiwtujg IkidiSs a large sitnated iii near LoweK fey Md 3 lj Chips YJre nBjxrfeilC8 ai onist be eyideut ta tne transactions w pat into complete tltougb not largfjls modern and well asiortrdc tSe frcmfuwi hh hmti in dftil aud well calculated for the are and the profits The periodsof iBent for M good ma4e suitableto fray Wwii i upon Tbe Bill eat the Sale of yiary hod it tidt ia intention to it misrepresentation tDejresult of error he vui certainly he was a duly he owed te bitaself and pubtiutp remove qnni VputarjJe by flQch a statement of his sentinjieats as would noJonger tender him liable to those oaisconceptioDs of which he had to com meant to propose for thecongi aeratipni of the was come tafenjr speciftapJan of foTm which hare suggest j but shnr plaitrfy and that be and derstood how far he might to and fw ipight propose to House to take in the next was tiot only dotyi for the honour rtuVe that he bur firodaetiTe and fully and lala out Wifb fcy the wfclcli be right of fishing is together with tea acres bf The sitaatfon if frithiu 16 miles of I iporting part of Wild tibe3 had prevailed had lattery been thepartuyllar With this hot suppose tneibtnef X f Ufv t but the mt oufy j y nJeans oi cor igcuBticei by wholesale tKe it roou th TOE Wanfds tea with evpry needful for a tii M SUAALvK j TUP V and the of the ftapuiei are to repair and condition hel3 long term with may be had at PhiliipsV Tte hqprovcd and ROBERT sitnate at the entftfeity abstain of tne topAS afSp alnufiu nfjtu WSIUK tuat ir Ai s Vtj excite nnfavoura v to As 4 this ah would Be wnicTi bad been fes eitremefy fe to Be thought Qtcei r aiigchiet aroie from tbe tne dot as re the of the e of he anould nit 1 V ttkiajrof it wfiiSLwas was siiF that Boroughs cort Cfiancery vooltl becorrte at ah a he was decidedly opunou that tlie proSeeiJ to the wiiere airy fo Irtrd tJAaysPOBT objected strongly to tile Bill tfiefareatoiuTe t6 wfelcn ne is Rtcad atfl Hifhgate Hillj and peculiarly airy Tlie Houtfe feoinpnBes a notite suit ot r aw3 roiuna oottie of large opeuing into1 a planted wiIi coiapVtetit menu and bat and cold rjfaullitf ja enlarge for the accbuimoJatiop ot a more extensWe fi Tte ftti eive reparation and and we now in the mdet cotnplHS abd Inrf wttti tlife anti f Icjaot 4kUe and and jflay be on tttft May be viewed by with farthfer had otWf btts aliA delusion jclatMW ia JLorp BORBJNCTOH wntenfled tor the pri pnety of iouig4uto asdid Loi4 of Lord alse agreed to tlie fully in die iLLrtfc luv UIKUIT uj wortl itt the Lorfi Lord and the Mair mdch outhe fctbei Lord end the ex of itt going into tBe bs to ua rtee question being jiuti tiie Hotiae di Lord ieadiog of it gamtdrtaebedTOW abQJ and e Nbrtnweif pirlbf rtty and Etabfine mar bi Bfit 11 J J f andof the dweriptkin itt anley and Pat Saiary Bill read ihe third tintej aid i t i tbe of FariA bf go tnreagh T rodaot eovery Ddc to uUftttfe aUe timtjWMt Soap that has eVer1 been Tbe cl ah in uieThrei to avail aoticebe Ih and W jv j as in the Widt tel thought aiost did coii iJLUfc no tiling in 9 re pernicious than to excite qijijoibent and toretapVe wrongs ftbicK itStiKect of they of ttie rope of men iestpostitutioni Willingly sufinjit to bat it necoutrl shew that ttie system of cbr rrujtioinuQvv prevailmg Th fherepresentatlpharote mVA oi tJifese innoratidn bt Ihfc principles tif4 iJHH tJmi tfjWe catisefe taitbt be srarply krfd ekttfy retne UL i fcnoaghfc J18 hfe Hfe tiry his bringing forward the drJtnSiion principal ddctriWb fteaftuded its litid down by 3eHtUiaehv that rnption was hgeessatily a part of tttt honstitation tfiftt it its strength in cbdid not exiat Without S6Tnetitiies wffo dkl riot think quite so Hoti the wfrfe content to admit tliift the corruption was uuwdrtny of ilorice tfial the disease cdrtoptiori hod lilid se fast a holdbf the vitila bl tlte that toremedy it wttttW he he tfiftt if the corruptionwas stnail as the would suppose it to be the imiiie Jiatejy to be applied befiwe it got to d in tiie it was arrived to ititiirahle stattvemedy more impe jwusly intfcedv physi cians weredispoaedto give up theirpatients to cfeajiair and his he jthppght these rupst be attended the most fatal He thai uremedjvandhe ww convinced tbht alithofifeevilsBo muci couiplaioea of would nnd a a fair and proper representation of equally M we alt conyenjecjt support cor hetrusted h it was possiblefromthegeneral Tioftjafnan aiiy rnan Every he niotwrq The passions of a rni anrl rpany other affectipn6if lfte as foundations for his was ariorfier Vise extremely tnischievoiiS to tlie It had 6r the stitutioti there was good deil left for Streak doctrine as this should subsist the King and iBe well that the prerogative of the Crpwix waJ M bf fhe tfie de bp6n the The1 if tHe1 3r8wh weW glviif fttt fHfe prbftdMbii of thfe people rah8 ht cbSM snfew tbatjt was ib croaeliment on those prerogatives that the prei state the must bis who have ever written that 7 tins examples in support of this illustrious historian remarked most Tem that whilst the government retained it was LV Qyv and It Gentlenteu would argue in favour of without the substantial of a free Every wise man and no fa a wise roan than Lord had observed at Time was the e was ever and impairing It wasto his effects that we the which was a tecl encroachment upoirthe prerogative of the to which all those miseries now com liued of weie be That it was eHect of time was Whea King Edward and Third thought of con veningthe of the it never entered their heads to Usae writs for those numerous borciighs which formed the majorities in whidi were the le dispensers of tuc f tbhc taod in whose election no jrnper portioa of the had any it was that the jast prerogatives of the Crown were and it was thus that that shittd the jieofde snatched from its lie must ob serVe that the power pluced by the people the bands of tlie was not placed there a sword to destroy others but as the of protection ariddcfeiice to oy this the of the Crown were still the power bf the people had decreased in A worse eftVct than that hud taken This third in whose hands the real oaiistr continuallyembrniled the Kingand tre people in by setting the one the Whilst the former was held up to the people as the tyrant and oppressor of his the latter were representedto thg Mc jaarch as seditious demogogpts ready to envuger the thrpne and thus jtwas that mutual dlnrust prevailed between the jiCingaodthe the subject of he should little The subjects this country he enthiejMTf the dftposat of their own property as they iMght think Would appear impossible when it was manifest on tlie table of Ae House that ttfere were of thai conld ibrm a ougurky at any acdrauy which was Subversive of tne Ii Deities of the the power which was paramount to these were taj and could equally trample en KJ ng an4 tbe by oujr Forefathers that should fttafiup in the the foul and entlebjing th decrepi tude and increasing The remedy fie should propose for tins evil wat in his opi nion aiid Be he troubled the with the suggestions he should it was necessary for him to advert to out important in hia of paramountconsideration to ail it was with relation to of the tmpire When he how louy a time had without hope of or redress being atlbrded to that devoted he coufil not but feel emotions bordering eu an auouy of He felt it was difficult for Ivini to speak ujou that subject without risk ofbreaking through that line of moderation he had imposed upon hininelf in the The narrowminded system of policy which Lad hitherto pursued towards that to dvvel But he would that it was not to be endured that four millions of IrUiimVn should be aliens in their native land they should be completely out of the pale of the constitution nor h in reason and common justice out of the be tbat they should puffer more than any other of liis Majestys If vernment wished really to unite that cbiJntry inbonds friendship anil cordiality with Eng and enlightened must take place of So long as this country pursued the contrary line of as long wouldshe be alienated from the British The sug gestions for Parliamentary Reform He ahobld of coptse Ireland into their scope j and he had little doubt but a speedy amelioration of her sufferings would follow a the adoption of such a These wtre the effects he should anticipate from that Ihitfof conduct he would wish Ministers to Haying thus travelled bat of thedicect he should new state the substancebf that plau of re form jq the representation so rtvueb to be and afterwards pbint ofit the advantages be ex pected would be derived from its In the first that all ftee bdldersj aedother paying support the public should bte to elect Se that all should be stfb divided parish to be to a should place wfthhv ivfe that the time bfebroHgbtbaci t6 These were the and simple htfd to Insistent with the principles bf the The advantages this plan he pointed bnt to By sneh a all rotten JBoreughs would be got rid tbfe would brought to its proper tone of and tne whftle frorrl the cuinbersoiiie apathjr which Bythesenlearfs atstfMa Stattites in the Statate iodk Would be renterejf difficulty and intricacy of the ElertiexuJsatts woaldbe faome so simply and Aat hotHinsf the Member   

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