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Courier (Newspaper) - May 19, 1809, London, Middlesex ; ;):^ v;*: FUIDJViM^Y 19, 1809. Fri'ce 6'. Tiir j.yroN'AiNMVKR-'Ai;/ wiii be hrU !i(1heCn.wnanilj*ncl...fT�ver..,i-. tlie Strand, TO- uii'cio Stk-wahds. , ,.,,. Ih. cor.. jS-r Vu^ry Jjj.^, K..t. 1�- nulntiJlieMarquUIIuntley � � ll��low j{|;],,n.lA.rdBo.ton lliiii. Wnf, llowanl Jolin Verimy. RofMTt Jei'iiei, tsq. li. Neji^c^'.';^l�>-tell-square; Mr* Jones, grocer. Ch!irliHie->lre.;t,, f Kcroj-^yare or fetlers (post pa>d)wiU he duly attended in. %;CrANTS a SlTUA^l'lON, - w..^.------, a Married Mdc, �f^?"J;..r-j^l-j iK� c,..ifh iif-SrbllaniJ. ai*l��buv- jARD antLTUITION.-To Parents'�ntl jjF fiiiardinni.-Ina LADIKS SCHOOL, of lbclir�t,P[;-iMcmbility, IntHy estahlisbed in an .liry part nfihe Mrtru;^ iioiis, �liere Uw xVombcr is. limited noito exceed twelve, ^ Uw Pupils wanted i met witli_ in Schools. Twi>La(lie�,-whainay have linished their education, but who yet wish to pursue their Studies to improvemeiil, would �' be rec'i'fd as � Bxardei s. Carifcofaddressniay l�ehad,orlet a ^lende^ aid, which will inevitably prevent farther iniserv.-Any donation, hnw-�ersmall, will beackncmtcilfted with imfeijnrd gr.atitudc, and neeived hy Mefi^rs; ftlnith, Sihbatd, niul Co. 6, Utnier's-strcet; Fuller and Ca'. Cnrahill; Dcvavne.�, D.iws, wi Co. 39, PollAlair, wia will etplain the purport of this application. _ 'W'EARBST Road ftotii LoNfioy to SouxiiAs'li-. 11 TON, thmvgh Altoii, Bishop's Wallham, notley,,pver Nitrlhnm Bridge. On the 25th ofJfarcJl last, cnmnie/icd .i Reduction of-the Tolls upon I�o!.t-chai.^e and nil other X'our 'fieel Plc.isure Carriages, Public Stajre Coache.=, and \y:iK-iPBSsne-Iuilf the former amonpt, atall the (iaies between foalh.-imptoii a:id Bishopi WtiUham. The distance from Lmdonto South.iiii;)ton, by this Itoad i� considerably shorter ihM by way of �Winchester, it is ranre frer from itill-', .and litce theabove reduction of Tolis, is Income pcfferable in - TiEEHALSTOiVB l^EAD & sTlVeR mines, ��ia, Curtis, Bart M..P. J.'?te�,l;5q.3I.P.andA!d. Saai.ltamton, Esq. M. P. SirCto.M. Pole, Bart.-M.P. Thomas Tyrwhitt, Ffq. M.P. Lord Warden r�f tl e .Slaii-n.irK&,&c. &c. &c. miia/.ii. rpie, naririM.r. i Abraham Cioldsinid. l^sq. Ti^ptlticulatsattending the liiMorv, iiin^nilude.inid riches Bftltfst mines,are without p.arallul. ".^ut^icntic records slate,, illdaring the rcijtn Of Queen lilizabcth they were worked by the Crown With the greatest !-uccers, at which time the tit,iiiHDgine and other nicchanicni iaveuiiou? now used in aimnj were ttnknnwn. In the tatter p.irl uf reign the wintj were abandoned solely onaccouiil i>r ilic then iiiipn^si-.Mlitynftlrawing off the water, and since which period the tiollununf the ancient workin.:s h.avc nut been seen. , It is tt�r�fnre the decided opinion of persons of the firyt r^^p'^ct.1-bility and kiiowleil^e, that were y tht 'Mst �/" Octwtt when railed for. . . .-, ThiS'day Is ptiblished, price ifi " fWMlK SPEKCjIKSdvlitf-entl by the Right Hoiik .X S l�li;X (ililt PlillC K V A L, in the H ���|>l(;, fall Mall, .T. Blacklork, Royal Ev.change. Of whum mayjieji.aj, complete in one thick volume Kvo. price i;is.'iuboards, the corrected Speeches on Mr. VVardle's Charges,rW'ing the only perfect Work eiUyit.- Alsoi pi ire li-. tp.tioards. The Aliimtes of Evidence,, loge-thrr with the Charges and M(-moi(s of Mr.-. Clarke pr^tixcd. This day \s- puMi-^bed, pi-ice Is. ' rpIlE SPEECH of JIKNRY HAILVELL, E.sq. .JL in the Hoiise of Ci>minoiis, April 18, Ifiv-ZJ, on a Motion to Assimilate llio Currencies of (ireat Britaiu atid Ire-iai;d. � ,i , ' . London - PHhtcd for .J. Budd, Bookseller to his JIigh^cs^thc l'.rinccof Wiile-, Croivn and .Mitre, Pali-Mall; sind T. iM. Richardson, Cornhill. Of whom may be had,,-the Fourth Kdition, enlarged and revisei*. The Principlis of Cukcncy and Exchange;illustrated hi Observations upon the State" of the Currency of ire-l.ind, tlie hij;h Rate of hxcmi'ige Urtwern Dublin and London, and the Remittances to Iri=h Absentee*. By HcMiv Paumcli., Esq.M. P. One Volume, price Is. in b.iards. .   TiuTday liTii'blishcd, pricome expedients � . ... _____J____ "...L.I i r V�ll t>TTTm I.' IJ liOCSF. OF l.Or.Tl:?, TiuRsDAV, .Mvy 19. WRIT OF I.IUIOR.   � - I.V CASE or Will IE A.-a in a Court of Law, liC by any arnuments a/rninst the explotied practice-.f the *xpl(.du1 Cldurt of the .Star Chamber In the many rcctnt instances of imprison-mtvit in distant jail?, was it to be believed, that The jioverty of the individuals was the rea'on that prevented them from trying the nurits of the practice of the Jiidgi's? Had they nut alw-ays stifFi-iyvnf !e�al as-istamc- ? Was there not a Learned L ird thi'n at that of which he was the grtr.t ornament, who had so often exerted the greatest eloqufoue the bar ever knew in defence of such and who lift nothing undone that could effjct ? And would he huve T culated to produce it.-By the Jl-m. HliN'Ry' BUTl.lCR. . Sold by V'jdd, Crown and Milre, I'.iU Mall, Richard-oii, Corhhill,;,of whommay be had. and J. .M. ,., , . Li-ttefj on-the Subject of the Catholics to my (Jnithcr Abraham who lives in the Country.-By Petir Plynilcyj Lsq. Eleventh Ldiiiun, price 5s. tid. "Sirs. Sl.NCLAIR ^UTHKRI.ANO.---SpIc'diry wilfhc" published: AN APPEAL to thcPUBLlGj relative to the Mi�represeuthtions contained in the Kvidence of Mr. Charles Ciieenwood, i.t the l!af of tjie llimse of Commons- By Mrs. Si.NC LA lit .SU.THKRLAND. With .m Account of her interviews with Colonel ^Vnrdle.�lnd Lord Folkifone, and an Kxpoyal liifilmess liie Duke of Y^rk. Snld by Cidbnru, Conduil-strect j Richardson, Royal Exchange, �ndall JJooKjiller-. A Tnis d.iy wa� published, price 10s. 6d. in Hvu. hoard-, N INQULtY into certain VULCi.AR (JPL NIO.N'S concrhiinj the CATHOLIC I.NllABl-tAA'iS .-ind (he AWTI^L ITIE.S OF fRlClA.VD. By the Rev. J.,MIL.Ni:R. U.D. F.S;a. .Sic, The^eeond Edition, rcvi^d aod aitsmeateijvjilixaiugiii Addition, lucludiiijr the Account of a 8ecr-si[uirc ; Boolirr, B�nd-streei| Bndd, Pall Mall; Simp'soii, Wolverliampton; Todd, York. By Fit^palritk iind b'y C }!)?, Dublin; and by H;ily, Cork. This d.iy is pi-.blished, f)rice .').>. tid. extra boari*-, I:in(;lish bards and scotch review. J I;RS ; a Satire, with niiti",. 1 had rather he a Icilten and fry mew ! Thau one of these tjime me(re ballad-mongers. .*5urh sh.amrleSi Bards we have; and yet 'lis true, There are as mad, abandon'd Critics too. I'opc. , Prinjcd for James Cawthorn, British Library, 21, Cock-tpur-strcet, Lhed. in ono vol. JSnii'. price os. exii.-i bd�* rflflE TRA VKL^ of 1IU.\L\N1US in Search of t**" ...... its sentence fxcept in a gaol of t^ht: county w herein the efi^itce was coinmitted^ a gaol in the county whew the Court aetiially �af, er their own pecu-iitr gn6h reviewed the historical part of that LeariV�5iK?ent.'sspeech5a�rfe.xiinined his aVgiiinents* as drawn from the instances of distant iinprisounieiit in ?irtue of sentences passcil by the Court of .Star Chamber. He conti-ovtfrtfd the slatrnu-nt that the i tuai imprisonment. The prolongaiion of impri-Court of Star*Chamber owed its abolition in any ; soimjeiit would dejiend on ih^' iad character of the T'e pii- priiicipai decree to such punishments, njshmeiit which gave otlVnte to Parliament of this nature, was not one that sentinctd to distant prisons ht of the Court of ^ia^'jg^�ytch,.-jeW^.5tf4aLiQU*i iij, the era ^ %oIiitioii.' TftCTlSWaS-ihtrchsafjd about gooit tiiiiei j jord which they so much deserved. But the deci- �ilficientforthe purposes proposed, and no,further calls can nemaile except with the cnncnrrence of a majority of Sh.-ire-noldfrs to be ^.jpresspd at a Public Meeting.-h-articular.-, ifj* ^f*5�t r�>!pee�fully.acquaint the Nobility and Gentry, and we ruhlie ia general, that, they have opei ed their spacious wna f'�'>'wa)icootey^ full and compleat idea i�f decor.i-"ve�rfangein�iit,)iave^tted up an Exhibition spa-*tw, thar^heyj^re envied to-display their coinpojitlons to ]J*^�ai large ai they rt.iy be required in e.Teciiiinn, from .jf�*nnublished by fiherwood, Neely, and .fonc, Paternn^ter-row'; Jas. Ridgway, 170, Piccadilly, and to had of all the Booksellers. ' Si in e n v a O i-Ticf',' Le a � k n (, l- >ui li i;r. This day is pultlished, in Four V^nls.'price I.Ss. , MONIE video; or, THK officer's WIFE A.NO flKR SLSTER. A N-.VcL By Mrs. KRtOCET B|,UEMANTLE. Printed flir A. K. -Newman an(f Co. Siicccasors ,fn Lane, \ewman. and Co. ;uid sol.t bj ai| Bociksellers.-Where niav t>e hud, hy the si-me Autlior,"The Husband and Wife, Tlire^e' Vols, price ijs.-The Three Old Maids.-Penrudduck, Three Vols. '_ This day is published, in Two Vol=. r^tyal 4to. priie foqr gnine.-i's and a half. e.\ira boards; or (he same Work in One Vfil. rov.-il S�o. price it. is- in boards, rr'he cosTCiviE of the anciicnts.- X Bv THOMAS HOPE. This Work consists of Two Hundred Engraving* in Outline, w ith some I'refatnry .Matter. ,, printed for Vnlliain Miller, Albemarle-streer. H A RM-;i AN .M ISt^ ELLAN Y-Ten volumes, oitavo.-prire 7/. in boarus. This d.iy was published, in Chronological Order, PARTS I. to VL at 3s. 6.i. each ; or, Ro^al Paper, hot-prrssed, (i-'. each, lo be completed in fuKv P.nrts. Part VII. will lie ready f"r delivery on the In of June.Jind the sncreediii); Parts iii-nithly, until completed. London : Published for It. Dnlion, la, Gnicerhurch--street; nnd .^Id by C. Chappie, Pall Mall; and all otucr Hook^ellr r^.__ Ibis d.-iy id puhli>hed, in demy octavo, price las. in hoiircf-^, ELKMENTS OF ART, a Poem on Painting, in SiXjCantns; with Snui and a Preface,.inciuding Strictures on the State of the Arts, Criticism, Palrooagf, and Pirf)Vi?.Taxtc. ^ . JBv .MARTIN ARCHER SHEE, R. A. , Printed fot W ijliara Miller, Alheraarle-street.-Of whnm by. the sdme Anthor, Rbymeson Art; or the ReoKmstrinccof a Pa'pter, in Two I'arts; with Notes.- Third i;dUioh^p'ripe 7s. in h^-Hr^lS;_ r Ihrtt tV�rk*, tiaj be seen At the Jnst,�hrd, price 9d.  AN INTRQdI/UTION to ANGU.S'S VO-PABULAfty, hnd .KIJLIONS DICTIONARY: with lessons f..r readinjf.ind Stf^Wng, ftc-^-By WILLJA.M ANtJtJS, Tenehrtflt Enitlish". ...j , . . PrJhti-d for Vernnr, (iood. an|if Sharp^j.London; Brash I and Reid, fltid J.'nTiA A. Dutica*'. Ctfa^^w ; and for 1*. 1 flili,'andCoi5jtly practised, and yet no cjoubts had then been raised as to its propriety anfl legality. The learned Solicitor then asserted (hat in the times ot seven Chief .Justices and twenty-two Judges, he had not less than cases in point to offer to the notice of their Lordships. Beginning with Lord Cliief .Tiisticellolt, he comi. ntieJ with other instances from Lord Chief Justice Parker, l^ord Chief Justice Mansfiild, Lord Ciiiif Justice Kenyon, &c. up to the present (ime, during all w hich so many e.xcellent Puisne Judges had also sat on the bencli in that hii^h Criininal Court; in nil which cases judgment had been givin and executed wrongfully and illegally, if the judgment in tl}C present case were to be deemed illegal. He dwelt particularly on several individual cases, especially one in which a man was found guity of perjury before a Committee of the House of Commons on ("le Hindoo Election, and was sent to Hindon (o be set up-m (he pillory in that place, where his example was likely lo produce (he most beueffcial effects; and another, in which for a crime comniittcd in W,iles. the convicte'l person sutfered at Kenningfon, in Surr}. Ili another case of a distant crime, f>'r whieU the i cutiou took place .-it S.fc Thomas Waier^nu, Kent, and an olil instance of a man sent to Portsmouth to be executed for desertion or cowardice, because that was the place where the e.ieciiiion in ih\l sentence would probaT>!y be mo^-t exem; I iry and beneficial. IIu recited all the ca=es mentioned on Tnesdai^ by AIr,'.A,tloriicy-General,and contentfed for the strict .ipplicability of the more recent instance. But it \Va.s no't merely on th-.- casi-s he had cited, but on the general principles of the question that it ought tcj bo decided. The Court of King's Bench was the Chief Criminal Court in the Kingdom. It was so described by all the ancient, as well as modern Lawyers of repute, it was so cal!ed by Coke, who stateif its aatiijuity and its poweh. It had a ereat partof the ancient Justiclnrum Analiis. Its jurisdictiftn wis called capitdhis and gerieralLi, to shevr its ii'r�irefsality and general snperintendance. Hawkins, in his l*letts of'ihe Cfown (one"of the best writers and authofities) had firllj? �tatefl its extensive powers. If coiild, he contesiaed, be restricted by none of iho��re.�trictions which confined the powcr.� of infc-{vtt c*uniy Courts. Add irere the decisions of the teft .-i stone linlurncd on behitlf of his clients, if he had ca;iceived the possibility of attacking tie lejjaiity of the sentences pronounced upon (hi-m ? With respect to the demand of securities for good behaviour, tKe |)ractice wai old, and used in the best times. It was founded on rtason and j-.stice. It was absurd to la'.k of its operating as a pns wliicli was founilcd on a mistake, would be quite as willing (o reclily that mistake, on being shewn the error, as any that had preceded them on that Bencli. lie was confi. dent, that so far from this measure being consiiler-ed as bearing the chara6ier atuibuted to it, it must be seen as one which gave (lie best eind fairest op, portu'nity for biiinging this great question to an issue, by appealing to (heir Lordships en deriteer resort. Nothing more was ,a(tempted to be dona but what the law of (he land authorised, and what (he cases of the tndiyiduals required. While he should forbear from following (he Atforney General and the Solicitor Gcn6ra'l in (he field of declamation and invective into which they had wanckr-ed, he must express, in some degree, his gratiiu'.e mentioned I to them for the greater part of the speeches thoy exe- i had delivered. They put him in mind of a fable which was lately quoted by a peison of eminent alWiiies and character, in nb'icing the speech of a Learritd Gemlcman in some other ; it was the fable of (he Ass, who went into a field attracted by a Ihisiie, but who went round and round about the thistle, fearful of touching it. The Learned (xentlemaiijin liie manner, went about and aboi4t if,biitwas cXircmely shy of touching on the principle of the question then before their Loi dships. He beg. ed to re-state to their Lordships, that the constitutional and legal principle he laid down xvith respect tolhcpowe^ oftheCourtof King'sBench, was this: that they had no right losend |). rsons into imprison-meotjin execution of asentcncepfanounccd by (hat Court, except to the jail of the c .unty where the offence was committtdj the jail of the couni^ where that Court sat, or their own jail. He main-I tained that no case had been cited to destroy the i truth of his positions. Ttie exceptions were not ; such zi coiild furnish a rule. Ilardly a case CBtjld i they bring to bacr on the subject that had riotl{c-i curred since the Revolution, and he contended i that if it was not legal to do so previous to fhit event,- that event could not poss'jbly make it legal. ;