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Day (Newspaper) - February 2, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORMNG AT SIX OCLOCK RED Bv I f a very dcfirabk in Red j cheerful and The prc riccntJv repaired and beautified with great arc Vk uudcr the Bedford for j r with may bc North near the Five Mile FAMILY elegantly fit for the rra ccntion of i Urge a and two uIVhc one three the and melon with fourteen a round farm with a paddock of about two i ire planted many fruit an excellent ina with grapery in full her particulars and cards to at TANTED a SERVANT of all Work for a fmjll about five miles fromi rTC3 No Philpotljnc none trot fuch at have tx months in their hit and can have a 1 who has received a genteel hduca and vhofe cnnneiions are cigfely fifiation as Companion to a or to Uipcr Education of one or two yonng A XV Gentleman having a capital faft trotting GELDING to diCpafe I and hils may heir of a purcbaler by addreffing a Hating particulars to Lloydj CfclmufcA mare anfwermg the description wuld nor fcrtvcacd OLD for preferving Ffuit and Stcd from and gar fupplkd by the hundred balf or finr nld NffJnp for Bakers st the hundred 3 CJMBERs Net near the NVs peat variety and on an improved W TO IKE OlTHE KITING of die bell i f Idit he undermentioned for ready r crm under the ufuat at HOFF M NNs Ucducid Price St jtionary Irom oppolite the Adcl I iT I fit IjunSn Dn furr I i I i c i M S o I 9 U 0 Copy Super ditto Thick port o 9 0 10 1 6 for Bath and Papers of equally T and CONDUCTORS of SCHOOLS r rvjchout Gml Britain and Ireland are Number of the School Magazine was this containing a variety of letter together with a large engraving onetenth of the natural lite of the engraving of Moutferrat in thtt among otter recomrnendttloin of to general in ill Twelve Gui h of FrtECi fliftribwed vcs in and ma Bond i iioifaiid Five Hundred State Lottery i fRKE GTFT in the prefent lciips Urawingon WEDNESDAY the nth of and SHARES are now felling in behind State the Scheme confifts of vkrr the additional FREE GIFT of CoTirniclori of icoo Whole Tickets for the firft lithcr Whole or in that is drawn on hi above i in addition to the prize that it will 500 in like irun tor the Stcmd Day of without impovcrifh the an early purchafc is recom hv MR BRANSCOMB and VrojrLtnrs s he Lottery Holborn lomhill Piccadilly and at Strand where the fortunate number en m the pan j Prize of Jtra on the firft the lad State was fold inone niic and two fmecnths and capita Prizes in the two laft years mlj 11 to and the only Prize that amount ever 10 of an j 7at prppartion of loot and fandry LpiuIj in to upwardsof ON MILLION STERLING thfcrrnrute paid en NT Thouund Five Hundred TICKETS Sr on aid ofdrawing S ATL which begins on the LITERARY of coo ICO IA i r x i itv ar Saturday 19 trrraifSon of the Lojtls of the a tilr Iof i joo Vrhole Prizti in tlic FREE GIFT of icon WHOLE firftJrawn above ijL the Num jrr is THE NEW Accompanied by a Pair of THE BooEfellers throughout Great Britain are that the Second Part of GEOGRAPHY wasihis Day price ac companied by three highly and two fupcrior Maps of Spain and It is Uudoubtcdly understood that this New Geography will include every point of completcnefs and as well fn regard to text ss to graphical accom Jt will in every refpcdl be the beil and mod fuperb Syflejn of Geography ever pubUlhcdin this Perfons difpofcd to take in the the engage ment for the Jiuy have them done up in blue at Lately in price in Part the Third the lift of AN of the LAW of NISI containing the dccifions down to Trinity By Lincolns Bairifter at printed for LaW Templebar andFleming and Upper Ormond Of whom may be Part the Second of the above This Day was in price in a New being the with contiJcrabk Addi of A COMPENDIUM of the LAW of EVI By THOMAS PEA Efy Of Barrifter at Printed for Law plebar and Fleming and Upper Day wjs price A CATALOGUE of MODERN LAW arranged in a perfpicuous corrected to HiUry Printed for the Law Temple bir fold alfo by Fleming and Upper B Law or Parcels of Widi a view to afiift the inquiries of Gentlemen of the as to the beft Edition of Law this compilation has been undertaken the Compiler has aimed at correct and hai endeavoured to form fuch an arrangement as will aflift the memory of the and not perplex bis fearch by a confuted mafs of mUcella iicoui This Day was a New being the confidcrably in Two Royal price THE BANKRUPT LAWS containing Ex JL tracts of the Statutes noiy in with an Abftracft of the late AA his Majcilys Solicitor Gener amend the Laws relating to the Cafes and Determinations the Courts of Law and including the moll modern dccifions extant together with a Collection of the moft ufcful and approved Precedents in matters of and the btc orders of the Lord Chancellor Lord and Lord for regulating Proceedings By WILLIAM Of Barrifter at The Firft containing the and may be had price Printed for Law Tem Lately in Four Royal price 45 in REPORTS of CASES ruled and judged the fevcral CO URTS of the UNITED and of By Philadelphia London Sold by Law The following is the opinion oithelotc Lord upon the above in a Letter to the Governor of I am not able write with my own and there fore beg leave ts make ufe of to acknowledge the honour done by your mod obliging and ele gant and fending me Dallass i am not able to read but 1 have heard them all read with much pleafure they do credit to the the and the Reporter they hew readinefs in liberality in ftronj and legal learning the method too is and the language I undergo the weight of and other bodily infirmities bleffcd be my mind is Jlill chcarful and open to that TenCbility which praife from the praifeworthy never fails to lau dari a except the thanks moft obliged and MISS HILLs This Day U in Three price Fifteen ia HTHE FOREST of a Novel J conuining Sketches of Portugal and and part of Printed for LONDON MEDICAL Price THE FIRST VOLUME OF THE LON JDON MEDICAL from January to Oc inclufive to be continued in quarterly nam price Printed for and Pater noftcrrow and Cadclland of whom may be had the fifth Number to to to to to to to to FREK GIFT of WHOLE lir the driwu Priic ibove tbeNura i art as follows to to to j Share are lelling at svciy Licenfed 1HK JAPAN Made br DAYand j HIS invaiuiible ynih half the cfual produce tha moft brilliant Jet black CTCT affords peculiar nouriflirocnt to Will not is ptrfcxfliy free any unpleifant will retain its vinuesin any vholefale by Day and at the High Holborn R irwallnwftrcet ne prmdpol and tn the and in ercrrTiwa throuvhoa to jloa price This Day is in price LATIN PROSODY MADE By Privste Teacher pf the and of French and A new cniiBdcrably enlarged and improvsdj Befides other material improvements in almoft every thU cuntains irunute accpilnt of above fifty dif fcicnt fpciesof Fprther cotlies of ancient A diiTcrtation on power the initial S Metrical key to the Odcsof Synopfis of metrejw A copious bythe fame An Abridjmeut of the Latin Profody made for the ufe of containing as much of the information given on each fnbject in the larger as appeared fuited to the ufe and capacity young In Printed for Patetnof AINSWORTHS This Jay is in price the i Eiehth Edition of AN AINSWORTHS Englifli and dcfigned for the Ufe of By THOMAS of and Printed for JNichols Otridre and Ri Fauldcr Uilkle and Scstcherd Hood N0nnr JLaekington and and and and Archi Ma tiewtwtd Payne and Pote and indVilfon and Spencc HOUSE OJF Several from of Common Pleai were fcef RUaaaynexfc Sereial rOtUnuarere Defeated ty Lord Mcaw and ttit tlkCff TBe tta Cttee beween Mr to gather as much information fronj them as would be his Lord beggtd the of poflponing fait motion on the rtfeinfling of the Orders of Council until Monday Lord that the Houfe refolve onTuefday into a of the of the Lord BocKiKCHAMsamfe gave notice of his intention to bring forward next a motion to confider the ftatc of The Earl of POO wilted to whether his Lordfhip intended to vote for as in order to fpare tbc Houfe he wouidtake this opportunity to de that his Majellys Would have no objec tion to lay on the table any pvpieir relative Cither to Spuih or as they were ready to TOeet any inquiry formed on the refult of the late campaigns in rhefe Lord EasKlNr Informed the tha he had pre pared three motipna wtxich he intended to lay before The firlt confilled in a dUt an exact return be made of all the Officers been feht any part of the United Kingdom to fhe affiltancc ol Spaiirduring the courfe of the year with the date of their and a return ofaH thole who had been re or employed abroad dn other Thi fecond required that a Crailar return be inade of all the cavalry apd horfcSj all tfte and caiflens fent to ai well of that had been rc Thtthard related to the truuJporti for carrying the army and lores thi fonu expended on the late Tke of LIVERPOOL mo wiftedthe Noble Lordtd defer tt tilt next Friday to which propofition the Noble Mover Tbc Duke of NORFOLK renewed regueft for infor mation fcjative to tietreaty ctjScljl5dl between his Ma jefty and the perfont who dtrtift of the Patriots in He wifhed to know when it would be laid be fore the and wbcthcr the late occurrences had al teredhis Majcftys The Earl of LUVIHIOOL that no event that hac taken had fhaten his ivlajeftys refolution ofyielding affiftancc to the caufe of juftice that the treaty figncd by his Majefty hid been forwarded to and as foon as the ratification fliould be ho would lay it before the He coyld not direcft the motion of the winds or and therefore could not fix the day when it would reach the BritUh but would produce it before theirLordOUps as foanas ifwas tranfmltted to The Noble Duke declared his intention of making tion at prtfcht oa a iubjeii that would undoubtedly affon ample matter for difcufEon when he ould enlarge more at length upon The LORD CHANCELLBR read a letter from Sir Arthur Wellefley and the Officers under his command at Vimeira exprcfDng their gratitude for the Thanks of the The Houfe then adjourned until tomorrow this HOUSE OF S TuRTONprefented a Petition from the Debtor confined in theFlect praying relief by means of an Infolvent to ke on the 1 WE LESLEY Jaidoefore the Houfe account o all Sums ofMoney iffued irojn the Treafnry toThema Colonial Ajent for the Ifland of Ceylon and alfo an account hewing the purpofes to which fuch fuim were to lie ou the aceouot tin amount ofoutftandinff ind nJSorovided for Exchequer BUI of the ten and the thmyone millions iffued in thi courfe of the year IRISH MILITIA Sir AKTHUR in purfuance of notice he for leave to bring in Bill to allow a certain proportion of the Irifh Militia to enlift into the regular It was he faidi Br him to late to the Houfe aay cban bill he fhould to cipte to that NoWe FrTend re fpe3 to Great Britairv And he was well con vinced that theofficers andfoldrers of the Irifh militia would on this oceafion evince alacrity in coming as characterized their conduct on the introdotfion of a fimilar meafure in the courfe of the He concluded by making his which was agreed OF the notice he gave moved thafan humble Addrefs be pre fenced to his that he would Se gracioufly pleafed to order copy of die appointing Lynn of Scoicfa Privileges m the His objecl in making this motion was to afcertain whether there was any thing in that cafe that would bear upon the queftion re fpefting the appointment of a Member of that Houfa to the fitnation of Conful General of Secretary in confequence of a queilion put to him laft by a Right Gentleman Tierney with refpecl tothe emoluments Jeffery was to receive in his new he for the fatisfaiftion of the Houfe on that for the productionof a copy of the letter of Canning to en clofmg appointment to be his Majeftys Con ful General in Sir GEORGE moved for a return of the number of men raifed m Great by volunteering from theMilitia into tlie regular from January 1807 up to the lateft pe riod alfo a return of the number of commif fioned and the number wanted to WHARTPN brought up the Report of the Committee ofSupplyj which was and ordered to be ntferred to the Committee for cpn fidering of the fupply On the motion of the copy of a with endofboisy dated 29th from Pearce army to the Secretary of was ARMY lif AND BrigadierGeneral fane beirig in his the SPEAKER addfeuWhirri in a very which acquainted that the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain had commanded him fo fignify to that gallant Officer theThantsof that for his fpirited con at Roleia and on the late dition to in which he had the good fortune to Eold a diftinguilhed refpeft to that and accomplifted General who had been placed the fide of General Fane on the fame fignal oeca though he could not fignify to him the pre fent thanksof the yet the name of that much Officer be reglf tered orrthe records of tfce Houfe of of his as a of the high Cnfe entertained tiismof his eminent The Speaket by delivering in the moft impreffive thanks of bravery by whkh fo much luftte OB his Majeflyj was ffiirftuafeJgtied thanluJor the high and diftinguiihed honour conferred upon and trufted that he ever have the frtisfaclion of meeting with the approbation of that Honourable LieutenantGeneral Mlxenzie was nexr addreffedby the who fignified to that the thanks of the United of Great Britain had been voted to him for his meritorious ccradutf at the ever mvmorMblc bat tle before which was as glorious as it was unfortunate to the arms of the in the lofs of that gallant and highly diftinguifhed officer General Sir Jnhn LieutenantGeneral FRAZER returned thanks for the diftinguifhed honour done in a man ner which marked the high fenfe of gratitude he felt in receivingthe approbation of Sir SAMUEL HOOD was alfo npprifed by the Speaker af the thanks vojed him for his naval fervices before which were prefaced by a very elegant eulogiimi on die for the Various and brilliant fenices which long marked his fplendid naval and that the winch now erefted on his diftinguifhed entitled him to the warmelt thanks and piaiies of and ferved but to endear him till niora o his Sir SAMUEL HOOD declared how fenfible he was of the ineftimabla vaJuc oi and exprefied hh hope that his fu ture conduct would merit a continuance of that good opinion fo eminently conferred upon him on the prefent The fpeeches of the and the refpec tive anfwers of the gallant were ordered to heentered on the Journals of the Secretary CANNING laid before the orderof his a copy of the corre Canning and Pinck which was ordered to be On the motion of a was ordered for election of a Member for the Bo rough of in the room of Major George Sir SAMUEL ROMILLY brought up his Bill for ektending the provifions of the Lords Aft to perfons confined for in cafes of contempt of courts of a firft and or dered for the iecond reading on Monday LYTTKLTON notice of his intention on this day three to call the attention of the Houfe to a motion rofpefting Military Courts CHARGES AGAINST THE DUKE OF The order of the day for the Houfe refolving itfelf into a Committee to inveftigate the conduc of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of being WARBLE moved that a Committee o the whole Houfe fhould forthwith be formed to proceed upon the which being agreed to the Speaker left the and Mr Wharron took that of the WARBLE then txife iti3 of tlie Committee in allowing him to fay a few words in confequence of the obfervations which were made during the courfe of the laft nights de upon his conduct in bringing forward this He thought he was entitled to avail himfelf of this opportunity of replying to infinuations directed againft tending to place his character and conduct in an unfair point of He had been charged firft with a want of in bringing forward this enquiry without giving timely notice to his Royal High He would fubmit fairly to the confedera tion of the whether his conduct in the firft mftance had not been marked both by an opennefs and candour perfectly confiftent with moft gentlemanly line of proceeding which the roles of the Houfe could In the very he prefented this fubject to the attention of he had made out a double lift of the witneffes he intended tq call in order to fupport the one of which lifts had been furnilhed for the ufe of his Royal Highnefss ad Thishe did conceive was putting the Commander in Chief in thebetl poffible fituation for defending himfelf and therefore the Com lie would give him credit for dif daining any unfair or difhonourable means of fuftaining the charges he had preferred againft that illuftrious Some very ftrong re marks were made in the laft which ap peared to him to apply to the motion before the and to ftrike rnoft forcibly at its character for propriety as a meafure to be brought before All that lie had to fay upon this fubject that in this cafe he came forward as the accufer of the Commander in Chief in a fair parliamentary arid he was bad dropped from him which could give the flighted offence for irregularity or impropriety of He bawed with the greateft defer ence to thofe who had delivered their opinions on its fide of the Houfe but he felt that his con duct was undeferving of and ought not to have been attacked in the manner it had from anoppofite Much was faid of Jaco of the confpiracy which feemed to exift againft the of and ftill j more for the licentioufnefs of the Cer ainly there was nothing in what he faid which iad any thing to do with thelicentioufnefs of the Prefs or of or indeed of any thing that could give rife to the obfervations of which entlemen had availed He believed feerc was no either in or out of that who was folittle defewing fuch taunts as gentle men were pleafed to disea agsrinft If the enemy of both inthe great and the was a proof of his confpiring againft he Houfe of he muftconfefs that he to longer deferving the honour of holding a feat at that Houfe If fuch atv affertion was it ought to be folldwed up with fome degree of cre ift order to pui a period to an ttith regard to ic fhould think if therewefe any beingsof thaf nature in wendianwtrieallyoppofite to that of public invef Their object woflld bV to promote that t Which the condition bilhatft Jfftighl andSrwlly became ths prey to their infidious His conduct on this occalion was not tha of u if i hid been that fort of feeling animated his he would be entirely unfixto itop corrup check its anc Vo ferve hicoun There was an iilfertio made By Gentleman now in his which he was obliged to take feemed to make a great imprelTim ri at the He alluded to the afltrrtion the Gentle That after an of more than twenty years with all the affairs of tlie Com mander in Ii3 would take upon himfelf 10 that it was inipoflible the which hj Wardle alluded tOj were wirli iiii Dukes knowledge and that theie the of courfe was devoid of Now he upon him i fell to and fhew as ftrong as ever Mas adduced at the Bar of that thai pecuniary not of fuch a tiifling na ture as thole he formerly plluded but actions of a ftill more had takert place without the the Honourable and wiun difc duced that feparation Clarke nnd the Commnnder in Chief which taken He was iully aware of the difficultiBs he had to and he was fully fenfible allo lhat the intereft of many Members of that Houfe in clined them to rather to die fide of the Com mander in Chic than to that of an humble indi vidual lika hiinlfif Loud cries of order order here interrupt d the in his However he might be miftaken in his apprehen fions on this he trufted that in laying his cafe before the he fhonld meet with that affiftance which the difficulties he had to contend with entitled him to He concluded by propofing to call tlie firft When YORKE rofe to explain what had fallen from hirh in the hit nights He was he the orervations which the Gendern4n feemed fo ftrenuoufly to could not be conllrued as applicable to Had the Gentleman but taken the pains to liften to what he faid on that be would have that fo far from animadverting on the mo tives that induced the Gentleman to bring forward this he although he had taken upon himfelf a very ferious tafk to yet he was entitled to the thanks of the Hcufe1 for bringing forward fomething in which fhould lead to a fair inveftigation of the numerous allegations and infinuations pub lifhed againft his Royal Highnefs the Com mander in What had fallen from him upon the fubject of the licentiojfhefs of the nnd the confpiracy againfc the Houfe of were obfervations which applied to pafiing and which were in ersry bodrs That tliefe obfervations weremeam as perfonally applicable to con duct of the he leave moft folemnly to that they were entirely mifunderftood if viewed in He trtlfted that what he now ftated remove from the Gentlemans an impreffion fo unfa vourable to hij Yorkes parliamentary The Committee then proceeded to the bufinefs of the enquiry and as a preliminary ftep to die inveftigation of the firft Wardle put in the London Gazette for the month of Auguft containing the record of die exchange between Colonel Knight and Colonel from the Jth Dragoons to the 58th which was read by the Andrew Thynne was then qalled and interrogated as follows Did you attend Clarke in yorir feffionalline in 1805 I have attended Clarke for feven years but did not recollect attending in in t he month of Did you not apply to Clarke de fire of fome perfont to requeft her to ufe her in tereft towards expediting the exchange of Corn mifflons betweeu LieutenantColonel Knight and LieutenantColonel Brook I did apply to Clarke for this in confequence of die defire of Robert orodier to die who begged of me to fpeak with with Whom he knew I was ac andto requeft her to ufe her to expedite the exchange between his brother and LieutenantColonel What paffed between you and in the converfation that took plate fufc I told Clarke that fhe fhould receive For what the purpofe of inducing Clarke to esert her influence to expedite the exchange between tho Officers already Through what medium was it expected larke would be enabled to expedite die ex change I c tnnot precifely fay but be ieve it is pretty well that it was to be hrough the medium of an illuftrJous All 1 did was to deliver die rrieffage given me by my old friend requeuing her to get the exchange between the two Officers expe Was net this propofition made Under the impreSion and conviition of Clarkes being under the protection of the1 Commander in Chief Of courfe for if Clarke was fhe would not be able to expedite the defired pur and no application would have been How many days elapfed between the time of your application to Clarke and the period of the exchange taking place 1 cannot ac bui believe the exchange Was very confiderably expedited by Clarke give you inforrnatfoft of the exchange icferted in the Clarke fent to my arid I fent h to doe no money whatever paffcd through ray Did Robert Knight tflone1 authorize yos to tho offer to not alfo inftrufietl by Knight I was entirely influenced by SRcbert L ;