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   Day (Newspaper) - December 16, 1809, London, Middlesex                                T or of die ALDTH Mt of the of the ji Ioinmon Hall che ilit Day of I the enormous waste of and j lots the late military entcrprues in lurctri have bamunfortunately i teclings of uiU among all classes of his Majestys sul r i tlit whale military syength lad resources mi havi dnwn forth to an extent unparaj anJ lus bcrn most improvidcntty in unconnected and no permanent adruntagrs rffrctu il rclitf to her an unprjfiurile valour urid immense ij hi od jnl i during thcae tmprcct jnd our have been LIT the imbecility and distraction In the i Lij con SHentiar Servants HPFIE Members of the SitiftMeltf drib JL such Gentlemen who be dhpoicd to tartar the Club withtnrir Diorfqgetfcet on Motxfay at Freemasons Tavern at Eve His Grace the DUKE of VEDtdKD 6f to had at tie Bar andit tbcphceof Previous to the a mrttioj of thcOnb will take placeIt at Half jfjfit WANTEDto KEPTr within Hie a spadawVAULTED CELLXJU to BircHn BY A of MALAGA iuit ioprtme condition consisting In and Whole in and barrels Jordan Also Dfefciaq Red Twkcy and CH Sic frimoffinr nily be t despicable intrigues and bytfrc fVorqi g till 3 clbckx rid re and supplant each to the iic and scandal of the Cjovern ho effectual way pf evincing our regard for the and it oi ihe by a spirit of HMT iublic and a free Rcpre in by which aloneve conrroul ovtr all Public u v Tlrat we are of that in which we are can aline be prcscrveJ by rn t tn direct tfie Public Force and that ie upheld by tbe rxtRGits of a free That snch calamitous events npid and impartial Inquiry and that to his praying his i U 11 jnd Petition wai thon and Jhat rhe Address and Petition be fairly theTown and presented to l ihe Right Honourable Uic Mayor and the of this t RUHMIT for the r id ability which he hat upon all occasions juiii fir his able and patriotic conduct in i aud Petition tohis in i ijominim on the 5th fora rigid and ill the late disgraceful Expeditions to the Thanks of this i UII V gtivn to i MAT i and Sir ond the Members of the Corbnion Iniuh mdepoodrntly supported the ori i anil also lo those who yesur iLd the ovt I indrctiit racasui e of substituting r uKlressfor ihe one before f rhe Tbaftks of tbh ion H II be tiven to SAMUEL and to ESIJ the and Seconder of the Rfsohitions vi fVir thv very able and patriotic mafttrcr in i luv hive conducted themselves in the business of i do caineitly j L uuetv awl ut bfpc ro and h Candidates a5 may he dutiftgufehcd fcr i s JIK thefr 19 IT Prmlcrisif ihcir frlloiv j and at all LVCU the Thanks of tlAV i Hull be given to the Kifbt Honourablethe IrtJJtlF far readinsi in calling Uit fef his impar this and the preceding Resolutions berimed by wn and published in tfte usual Marmng H to be handsome Bay five yrars 15 hands two inches iiifd soujut and fit for or d a good match horse price 70 n John Wallbs Livery White A PUBLIC MEETING will be held ar the fROWN and ANCHOR on NPAY tlie 16tb at Twelve for the nf cxpn thr sense entertained of the and unuauntrd conduct of Colnncl t rjnsijcr the propriety of iRimediatcly into to him against all t or be liable in con ljs tlic public behalf during the s t ins of Dealers vtippltedtigat juch Vjliantiricj as thrir reipectivc on spplicotioo ti WflLDEi on of Soli MAI We hare nmch satisfaction ju to the the arrival of die phinstonc and his suite at 25th of The intelligeiKof iiatis eyeat been received through the medium private which reached cpwn Tuesday They are dated on the 4th and mitted by die ronte of 4t daifiof these accounts it was that give audience to die Embassy in a day or home time had been occupied in arranging the ceremoniaL of their introduction i but every thhvg had been was Irkelf to pro ceed in the most The march of the Embassy from Calabaugh to had been most The country through which they passed vvas extremely beautiful and the in part is di scribed as a clear flow ing between two ridges of rocks through a chan nel little more than yards in Its bunks produce alum and in eitraordinary It was at Calabaugh that the party first enter ed the tract of country wbichis inhabited the real In theirjourney from theace to they passed through a great rrujn bar and variety of Throughout the whole length of their tedious journey they had every beejx received vitji ihvsnJne uniformirc auji ajibsdats f there the Mission wcre f arigayiijltd to were employed la reducing T 0 GROUND to be LET n IlU 1JIN or Jxasc for the term of 99 on the West side of Grays near PreniiMS nitllin the district of Grays not liabu toparocliul to serve raro iil For particulars apply totheStewardt oral Southatnp All Proposals must i ritu sealed sent to Stewards Of n i s on or before the 3d of Ji a Jay will be appointed for tailing the same A MlETINO of the MONTHLY COM V Mi ITTK will be held at the Dispensary in on ihe 1 9th at six oclock tn recrivi applications and of the raididitcs for the Office of Col t ii of And on a Special Meeting of the Governnrt wiI be it the Crown on i at nine oclnrX in tut to proceedto if a Collector hy Nallotif necessary to 5eopen ococi ia the forenoon and finally clow at tyro i k t lie of thr socfa jrd as the Monthly Committee may think er to Cy HTS MAjrXTYS LETTERS CASTING upon an entire new and approved constructed a to nor to act vertically ami kitchenr jt the fame tfce they anadapted to i and peculiarly to biw iuch as not admit of a Smoke Jack the vrorks being all protected fmm anddust rj frnrr ihe simplicity of the ccmimirrion notliable to To be seen in and had of r L T H A M 10X Martin TO be PEREMPTORILY pur to an order of the High Court made tae ciusf Kin against one of the of the al the Public 01 tUe said ift SortKamjXpootaiid on Monday I810 at ll in the cuQed Prnhnle tntfdivjdrd parts of the capital imojion houseSid oKceJih 0 and 28 sitnateinthe parish of coijuy of Corn wall the whale of tion offices in ispd are narwto of MtTToha at low rent of S6QL per raaifc thereof may had Wd Esjexstreet in the Saand JMtnp crv itttd titaj uf in Cornwall in the attshirjiito extahlisli 2 regular be tlwfeeij the liiibassy and the Companrs Pru vinecs Midi of every several pacfctts had actually been This circvim stance sufficiently accounts for the irregularity lately experienced in the correspondence from that The following extract is taken from a though received about the saaic time with those to we are indebted for the above was written 13 days previous to the arrival of at It bears a more recent date than any ac count previously received and details various circumstances which may be interesting tu our Camp at the village of left bank of the about two rfiilts from the I2th From Puharpore we marched to the village of whichfis situated in the mouth of a leading through some low hifls towards Esaklicl and Quarrah Our march to Poo ncealee was mostly over i high and dryx sandy which forms an acute angle with the base of the The tffflage itself is prettyook ing embosomed in a grove of date and situated at the eitremityof that which constitutes the southeastern boundary of the A very fine and cltfar stream runs past from which the inhabitants who are Sfcekhsand Ballochcs irrigate thoir fields ff rice and other SeveraLof our climbed steep which forms the smithwestern pro montory of the and from its summit a most extensive view of all that immense plain through which the and which is bounded ro the west by a prodigious range of forming the natural almost impene trable barrier of The most promi nent of the whole Solomons Throne so called frpm a traditionary which is preva lent that Solomon once sat on its and viewed from the countries east of It is more particularly howeVef as the placeon in the belief generally entertairkd Noahs Ark rested after the Our march of today is the first has been attended with the smallest peril and we have fortunately got over ourseeinga single Our road hien nreaifflso few being efeh so portion dr the natives characterized Try brcrtWJ v Ii per like srtfnS piece of linen cwth oil Vhrch they people face cftl they as wne Brpcufe rrt4ke t believe to where wesBall Quarra Bagh and pothsituated on tlw banks arc gcnetallf in poistcf cjiery The pTaceJ I is at patt of the bilk rupdown to its it isotherwise Jn in to have tfdic ywterdaf but i consequence pf the state of this p aft of of ito Tto tcHspatcuedv Today vfl nradfe rrtiiea chsawjfh thee5tr mity of which we tbund dvt tfo left vshrch we cncarfl1 The bed is xyidei baplt to rbafttheVateris at present or a little befdSsyic enters thtf from thebaok Which jveare at presenj about two TiiC bills now approach oh all sides they are Jjy ipo meaas picturesque or Jnappeitanoe they are rugged and craggy same are composed only of sawd into a wliich crumbles under fijotj and vxished iftto ravins by the They of trees and and hay no itftfactionexcept and inhospitable mg We rtie district ofthat tribe of Afghans called rie EesakhaL O ceedjng bit along the bftnks of Indus to Bagt are arid of tlie Kings as at Quarrah The man as our tivarttcoutier good our jfbdeeJi is merchants be feundfpr it at ajiy as the produce Is in vphilsl a taroe portiarrrs soft and unfit for being unless with a less or ofx14 Other articles are not gSeatlf though as wheat harvest met with the worst thijf gtain Pieces suffered more injury than tits having adyanced ionaidejably in it H believea thaj than usual W vilthe hands of V COURT OF KINGS VerF Je difference has ocqmeJ fa Vitcher through an advance may be expected in u ftith or two f otherwise trie feeders of cnttlc be paid for the to these COMMON The parties are both tlie owners of coal cominXj fo Lcrndon fcrn Shieldij the one called die tRc the When they ar rived at Eritii the Hale ran foul of some by which she would have aho the crew must have but for their having succeeded in getting her into The evidence fcr the plaintifF that the event was owing to the fault of those wlm had the care of the and that if they had con ducted themselves with the disaster might have been The defence thLt it was the effect of pure and unavoidable a hi which nobody was to whence it wis contended that the loss shnulJ be by thu party ou whom it fell but die Jury bclieved die evidence ol tlie an therefore give him a to be computed out of has beerTthrough a rugged between four nnd fbor and a nalfrniles m over frequently fcy the broad and oftlie tprreofcs flow through it during The rainy 5ie exception of a few some thin coarse was to DC seen fofthe spate pffovtror On the road front Pboneeaiee yjfe passt4 several Icntwls of rof who leace of figures and The complexions of the MIDLOTHIAN REPORT FOR This like the has been very fa vourable to the farmer in the business of this in putting his wheatseed into the which he fias got done in good condi tion considering the late period he to the full ex rent of his there having been no hindrance to hife operations from frost or snow and there is full as much sown in this county as any former Although it has been found necessary to give more seed pcr acre than owing to the sprouteJ frotn thegood weather during tile the braird rooks well in most where it has appeared above In the little variation has ap The demand lias been eijual to the and is expected to contirrue until the grains are drier and inore fit for the manufactu rer or merchants The prices of black cattle expftf ienced a con siderable rut at AllHallow espeaally lean stock for wintering 50 that butcherriaeiu will be high ifme fcrmcr get a fair pVofit for this present EAST UDTH1AK REPORT FOR rural matters in this district been fayotir ably situated the weather of this month might have been reported aS not very unfriendly to carrying on the field general ly executed at this period of the year but the having thoroughly dried since it was so completely drenched by tic August and j September was put out of condition by the dithtest shower i consequently ploughing is much Hurlock behind the see j ing of many in U delayed pU arrival of more jjeniaiweather spring Lit de got dowii aftcsr the first week of the anil mwch Jf was sownr both then antf through the finished very The following s an accurateStatement of the division oft Wednesday ZQSiALDZfiMAfi WOODS I Deputy Ricbaru RichitfU J Oeorfec WTlliani Sha feamtiel Deputy Anthony George Sir Kn Joint Wilham Samuel John SanVuel Hay WjUinrn James Robert Tfromas John James Robert fhomas Jnflll Jtoseph Perratt John EDWAHD OF TffE BUBLIN tnEATJlE WILLIAM This was an action urtiogbt by plaintiS against tije for a and publishedby him Hi bernian the 23d January The were aj and the defendant pfeaded thi er i John Joseph Jokn John tcho OeaitE Duiwelt FARRINODON Wit Depoty WiUiom John Abrtbaai WHliars Williim John Robert Willfcm Robert John Thorn as Thsmas Saittucl Hlcbard John Samtu1 John Drink VI N Tlromas I homis Robert Lord Mayor 100 AGAINST Sir Sir Cjrr Sif A o A rfc Deputy Rovljtt ALUOA Oiarles Edward JrUb WiHiam Deputy Edward Hajuon Deputy Arthur Wijljaai Thomas Joseph Alexander Richard Deputy Robert Jamee John Robert Deputy George James Joseph Robert John Deputy be fblly sup ricesare not jerjfajr jrpttilwhin condition of jhe is that no market return Y correct account of ttte state of Rktard John William Deputy Junes as Uicas CRiriirGATE Deputy Jamci CUiirles William John William KerL CRIPILZQATE Deputy Joseph DOWGATE John Thomas Thomas FARJUNODOW Deputy FARHINCDON John Thomaj William Richard John Jacob Thomas John William How Deputy Wultetn John John Edward Deputy Samuel Matthew diaries David Thomas Peter Deputy WBHain Charles Aldjinnen Maiority againit the origimal Address is voted of tfajC 5th IT for fhu that Mr Was one of the last men in society who would unnecessarily resort to a court of justice for the reparation of his white strij however were confined to his ac tual of the and did not rrffect his conduct but the attack in ques tionwas letter Jones was 2 public entitled to their protection for his merits as The gentlemen whom he were too ell informedto consider the present action as an infringement en he Li berty of the God forbid I the Liberty of the PITS thf bulwark of the freedonfof the the noblest characteristic of tbe British But it was by repressing its li centiousness that its spirit bhouldte presersred and the Learned Counsel that it was by a to crush this and felt fully confident that the Jury he had the honour to address would discharge a duty which they owe to their country and Jtohn Conncl proved the publication of the pa per tnd Gentlemen from the StampOffice die fact of Corbet being proprietor of the Thomas MNally That he knew Corbet he had been on friendly terms with aad acknowledged that on some had acted towards him with He had applied to him some years ago concerning tickets of admisMon to the Theatre he requested of witness to speak on tlfe subject to a he had heard of other newspapers such indul and conceived he liad the same In consequence of his application he did apply to did not accede to his re quest he refused him the said his piiper had not the consequence of other pa and therefore not entitled to equal privi leges the tickets he required were transferable He said he conceived himself very ill usd by he said the Telegraph would ntt be Irienrily to die Theatre very strqng ar ticles had from to time been published in He recollected subsequent conversations with Corbet about the Telegraph on his return from England he saw him u die and remem bered a coflverjjttrcn wrrfr I dont see any paragrtphs now about the well regulated Look to the paper on Monday It was the Te fraph he This conversation of night the promised which was very did appear in the Hibernian Tele graph on Monday morning It was not the article for which the action was He had offered Corbet his personal freedom of the Theatre this he would not accept because he could not get a ticket which would admit two AVitnesi could not answer to a how long since this might have been it might be about eighteen months Crossexamined by He believed the musicians wore not paid what they expected he believed Jones had kerird of their com and referred to die Treasurers book for the terms of daeir engagement and in had refused to let them be paid more than they had He diought it was in consequence of the conversation he had with tin die advertisement of the musicians than to Cookes for tlie addressed Uie and that Jones was in fluenced in die present action by the same spirit of which had distinguished his con duct in former instances with he not only a great but likewise a and there was not a Court in which lie had not though not for his The action against the de fendant was for stricttires upon theTheatre but he trusted the Juryvrould do justice to his nnd not confound what he had with the licentiousness which too often disgraced the After some pointed animadversions on the conduct of in preceding cases where he had appealed to die Courts of the Learned Counsel proceeded to call the de fendants Nicholas examined by JOHNSTON Was you connected the paper called the Hibernian Telegraph I was one of die eomposrtorfeHe recollected a writ tenpapcr comingto diat Office about last Janu which afterwards appeared in the Hibernian The paper was ahereJ the word Miscreancy was and the word Econdtfiy suhstiuiied rn its steadThe alteration was made by Were there any other altera tions There were of a similar nature chang mg the into rm13er terms How happened die word Swindling to remain I do not know but he supposed Corbet overlooked James Ityan examined by He comtnctecl the Hibernian Telegraph Corbet directions never adroit the insertion of any dung tending to wound die injure the of any person anddewired hJrti Wbfr iHtvays ready to praise a min for his and never to dispraise any Justice DALY the in a eloquent MUT arid a KlttT aTter which diey retired for about five and found a vgrdict for the plaintitf Damages   

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