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Day (Newspaper) - February 11, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY At six 30M IS AID OF THE SPANISH City of London C VIMITTREdefirc to inform the Pub Articles moll Mauicdby SPA i been made to nu extent propor of liii 1 calkil in dJIicrciit parts of the Em have IILCII entered the amount vet ufccrt The Committee have alfo i i fii t arc from whichconfi Tto Ue rrefcnt Fund may ccr to imprcfs on all the Inbam brrfli thit much is till required to levies of Spain to take tie r which have taken place in aid and increafcd It ii not the 7uf iiiV Uritifh Public todefert a great nation in the may hnv been committed In a but is impoffiblc thit fuch a s nc snienB a people who hwe been everre of fenliment and Iintrv and to the caufc in wUch they mot 1owLver become aviiling without thofe With fucli ihTr ultimately will h Dritifh Public will evince the deep iuiporuut ftrogglc by farther li juo advcrtitVd Subfcription Greenwich 8 o o 10 to o IG io o 470 105 o o 10 IO O per rlctckcr and is iff o received at the Manfion at tinankers in London and arc for SubJcrjbcrs and others v vNOHS nf CHRIST and to Large and i is refpcftfully fubmitted to which Utc aruan of was previoufly to tlie mafter of the t cuiplcyeJ by Ifcac wis empioyedbythr r Daniih prucs in bringing up thofe vef ol hoRilitici with and the tviji that hcing deprived of the L wliicli afforded i dcccfct and o numerous familyt Uc eajragcd May W Eilot the Ame to and from But was immediately em mhaypily icitchcd fur whence he ciclc h v mcaa jf Andreas that then bound for Kngiand under neutral winch wrecked on the cotft of j hillt ou her and foul On board pc i vent Rockvroodi widow and left all a lc with n thcfe few been added to their with vhom Rock wpcM U now of tiic extreme diftreU tp which thlvvtry ate family are reduced mnft be unneceiTary W the and it iiearneftly that tUij sSfccV r rivt uv j u is fulrpitUble cafe meek tisobferwtojfoftti at Cfcrift Ud On a reference to one or the whole oT the that the benerulent of the moft infinite of tlw and for vrhieb the whole of With would be forerir however for their wfl buhoft received and gratefully gentlemen Iuve kindly brnclnflioM which nuy be and W truth of v and Ocbrge I ToWtrhiH i Fleetftreeu Wappinjr OAKLEY has the honour to an f to the Nojitity and he ready an elegant Aflembligc of FASHION k on the jieeuliar principle he is enabled tafOtlply oouivah at his dW ChurcUyard VATfKStDE for a term of a r AM1LY whh eztenfivc ware in Wapmng palrilcularly j ijirequiring to fee the Spply to or an elepnnt FREC one nilc Croy y uprirtioncd 11 frrvjni1 and every ior a jjiitctl iLiibunj fur ten for thrfr carrijrcs cxaleit kitchen Ihrubberies Mfteiuiiy laid two psd il In Ouc or twothirds of i muuy iiiny icaiaiji nortgagc tor a term of i vih lickets to Sirvcyur Houfc Agcott ixrtcslars alfo 01 LlTEKAllYlNTKLLKiENClii HISTORY OF OUR OWN Thit Day it in One Volume price in THE HISTORY of from the Peace in 1783 to the Treaty concluded at Amiens in 1801 being a Continuation of Hiftory of Englin from the caxUeftTJitiCT to By the AUTHOR of the former Sold br of the vojutnei oTthe HifteJry bcfeparately pnr etifei of the fame Bookleller msy DC Dr Coateg Life of hit Lives the and hi Elegiac Tribute to the Memory of a Son and Daughter Joft published by Londoh and fold by and Wojin and Cum A taken on the Spot bcteg Phyfi eal and of that Capital with Sketched on the and Mannert of the Portujucfc In JTiis Picture of Lisbon an interefting performance and it defervci an attentive pcrufal not only from tk Carioui detailt which it but from the Itrlkinj proofs which it exhibits of the Jiumcrou and portentou erils of a In few will be an Account of 13ra by Andrew Grantj M i hy don and fold bv Edinburgh and Viogan an A PICTURE of on TrtnOited from the German of Chrif tian Augoftus have no hetitadon in recommending this Picture o Valencia to the mention of the public at the prcfcnt crifis and the tranflator our thanks for tlu BritHh public with a dcfcriptionof one of the moll fafci nating Provinces of the moft iutcrclting Country in AntiJacobin Zoological Anecdotes Authentic and Imercllmg Fact rclatiTc to the Manners and Economy of the their natural and domdlicateJ flate By Second in two volumes price COUNTRY This day is in Two Volumes by Thirtytwo price Three Guineas in extra A on IMPROV and MANAGING COUNTRY RESI and on the choice of Situations appropriate to every clafsof In all which the object in view is to unite in a better manner than has hiihcrto been a taftc foundedin nature with economy and in con ftrufiingor improving mahfions and other rural buildings fo ta combine architectural fitnefs with pidlurefquc and in fprnutig parks alllciuds of ufeful or decora tive and every object of convenience or beaut peculiar to country feats according to the charac or ftyleof tht and eupcn diture of proprietor from the cbunje to the paUci With aa Appendix Bv JOHN Printed for and Patcniof Of whom be by the fame Au a Treatifc on Improvements recently made in hot the tcflrning of in price ARTOF ELEGANT in rbyaJ a new price and with the full aUowaou ELEMENTS OF ENGLISH COM in caorfe of Education to fuc to tkt ftndy the EnyliOi Grammar and thelearnei asd adtpttd to the ufe of Perfons in general wh co acquire a By DAVID Printed for Wehard Bridgcftreetj and be hadofBryce and teUnburjfc ef Dublin and tU oUwr Of whoa cay alfiybe Letter to his Son on Tafte and the lat George Ore Price in NATURAL Dsv a new confiderably exttnd cd ana in j large price in boards ANIMAL BIOGRAPHY Anecdotes and Curious relative to the habits and cccmcmy of Whole Animal cullectcc from worli of authority in all front cxpcnQve books of Natural frdm Vopges and Travels and from every authentic The wIiolEclalTed acd ar ranged according to thcfyftem By the the late of Peters Col bai bcea by competent judges both at Kbme and th be one of the muft entertain ing in the entire compafs of Its tranflation into the frcneh its rcpuMication in and the rapid faleof fueccflive at are fo many dcmouftrativc prbols of the high eftimatlon in which it is Iicld by by conduiilon of ftminaries of educa and by the public at Printed for Richard and to be had of all Of wham may be Trie Elements of Natural for the ufe of Schools and young with engraved reprefeittationsof two lundred lly the Mavorf of or with the ilates JAlAN DAY and uith half the tto jet blackrrer Ji peculiar uouriihmejH to the will not is perfectly free from any uipleafam ii retain its virtues in any ilc liy Day and the lluiorn retail by Swallowflreet i and aud in every Town throughou in price y H rv 1rnr ilis out from the J N Cluripg rfturnfngs nl Hi through North Afliliy dc i Bur tic MJcT an5 to where the carried the ROVAL cid on and at Out uu acd 2 Bnnnii Mijford Haven every Evening at Sunday LVUKADand NORTH WALES MAIL every anj from the General Poft Ofirc at COACH by Salop and 6i cvciy Mofiiing it except By GLOROii and NEW HOUSE OF ThisDayis in in or calf a ncv and greatly improved A BIOGRAPHICAL INfiEX to the HOUSE of Commons containing eorrcil Notices of ihe Family and the Scna and other ufeful Particulars relativeto all the Members of the prcfcnt Cocimons Houfe of Purlia nicijt his complete Political contains of the Political and Parliamentary Conduct of 658 RcprcJenta iriCh and the Biography of up wards ot unfucecfsful the right of of Primed for Pall Mall and Cradcek anU AvcMarialane and to be had of alt Of whom may be in io volumes or cither volnmc Memoirs of Pabtc between the years 1708 and price per in embeUUhetl numerous portraits And an ladcz to the Houfc of on a Gmilar price A LIVING This Diy Is in a thick royal concl ponding with the Index to the Houfc of price in BIOGRAPHICALINDEX to the HOUSE of PhERS eoatatofiig Anecdotes and CharaAerc of the chief Members of each and the Public Conduct ami Parliamentary Character u FRCICNT LIVING on a new and improved plin tbe EDITOR of the BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX to the HOUSE of nfteadofa tedious detail of and names fuc cecding each without of ufeful information or rational the prcfcnt work aboundi in anecdote and In IWU relative to the JJTJNC It it pfeeifdy the kUdoT under the name of t CompeodiqW hrafi been fought but which it hai tjie of f long and active life to eojleft Irka Printed for ThomaV ti dock and u4 to bchadalfoofaB Of may be Bad by the corrcilcd to the rrdcnt tO Rent or tho of a Gentee fuitablc fur a refpefiable in tlie vici nity of South or Camber Apply to Hogjatt and Breadltteet Royal A Steady strive YOUNG to fuperin tend the fending out and copying acctmnts he muft Write a good DO objciiion t make himfelf generally A line pofl to at New Engbn Coffee all particulars o the Gtuationi he and the faiarf will b diredly Attended No objection to a yeung man from the IF the Relations or next ofKin NAH formerly in th of of Mid but late of in the flafifi of lames ih the fanie wi apply to Vincent Richardjp Wool in the county of jnfillear of fomethin tn their SUPERIOR MILES At Els Corner of GREAT TURNSTILE HAS great ftUisfaflion in loan to and he ha after incurring cxpencc In the employ c the bed and aiikd by A SPLENDID ASSEMI5LAGK TOWN PRINTED Of 6xcd ami immovcablc and which arc peculiarly adapted to the prcfcut of as it of the moft ex quifite and elegant ddigns and palttnls frofri the Grecian arid Afutic Spools of Tafte and difplay an infinite variety of rich Dajpafk Printed in bear Blue Cclelte and and other peculiarly adapte for Drawingroom imd Dining and Break fait Medallions for Chair to match and ari extenfive affortment of Plaii of faft and Plain and Bordered KER ami for the varied purpoTcs of ck gant in fubmitting the aboye to the infpEctlnno the1 feelconfident tnefaperior quality of kis Goodi and the very low pricehe s Manufadture and Proprietor to charge relies he dial fccur a continuance of that patronage irhas been hii anibition tc A frefhfupply of Patterns from may b fecn every UedncfJay and at his Warchouf referred The Trade are TBISH folicits the attention of the Public to the Scheme of theenfuing contain the fame number of Vrizetand TickeU the but wit an additional Bonus jtven by the which ma entitle the fonnnate holders ofi Cngle Ticket or Share toar immenfe and iicakulablc The firft Priz the firft will be over and abov the to 1000 WHOLE TICKETS And the Holder of the firft drawa Prize above cm th fecondDayr willalfo orer the 5cx WHOLE which Tickets are feaW UP and depofitedfor fecctitT in tu Bank of The of the 1500 Tickets f rifen intrted in the whichinay be had grati at tire abore iwj are refflngir great variety and u there are but Tickets for Sale the earUer the purchafe tht bettiet Bift haibeenreBiartaMefoKkltliigaprwlIgioajnam ber of Capita Prizei it ii extraordinary that hcfol tht laft the laft the two laft and th laft Prize of 500 Wholi Tickets ever all id Shares at and Charing Notwitijftanding there were500 more Tickets for Sal in the laft Lottery than in every Ticket was al though the price wis per GRAND T7REEGIFT of ONETHOLTSAND WHOLE J TICKETS the Firft Numbers as follow Aifo a FREE GIFT of FtVE HUNDRED WHOLE TICKETS to the Crft drawn above the Second Day Numbers as follow The above Tickets may pun the whole of the fallowing CAPITAL PRIZES JiCCO 500 Begins APRIL n confequence of the above Gifts tif there are only for Tickets and Shires are felling at all the Licenfed NICHOLSONS Complete in lix large This Dav is price 6L in neatly printed by with of 150 by Lowry and nPHE BRITKSH ENCYCLOPEDIA or i DICTIONARY of ARTS and SCIENCES com irifmp an accurate and popular view of the prefept improved late of human By WILLIAM Autherand Proprietor of the Philofophical and iarious other aiui MatiiemaUcaJ Printed for and Pater noftcrrow AsStrahan Payne WilkieandRobmfon Scafchard and Letterman Cuthcll and Martin Laekiug on and and Sharpc Buttcnvorth on and York and Rowdry HpUSE OF A Return was prtfentecj tratnjthc of ated Vuud for the lad four Lord reference bis fonjwr motion refpeflingtheIniportsandErportsfroia md to fixpreiTed his regret that the ne elFary paperaf had not yet been laid oa their Lord i iORD BATHURST ftated the in die wayjof producing in lafte a aJcount the documents re but aflured the Noble Lord that delay cotfld bfr afcribsd to hts Majeays t or to afting under their flis a former ftaKd the difference in re gulations between tlie Eaft India Company and other The Adls of Parliament bind ing on the had no power over the other and it became irnpoffible to procure the returns and accounts required concerns within the time Lord AUCKLAND and eiprefled to as foon as if not yet as rhiifly of the material documents as could be fur Lord nnd remihded their Lordfhips of his motion concerning ths papers which pafTed between his MajCftys Minillers anc the American Government relative to the Idte overtures for and to the inftruc tionsfent out to the Britifh Minifter at Wafhing ton in confequence of thufe His Lord it could not fail to be in the recol lodion of the that a very material differ ence exifted in the nfpreferitation faid to have been made by the AmericauGovfernment t neral Aimftrong in and to tbeir Minifter in this This difference Had been fo great and fo his Lordthip that when the Secretary of men tioned liis Lordihip was flruck moft forcibly with the evident and Itrongpartitlity which ed on the fide of the American Government in be half of But bis Lirdfhip had tince pe rufed fuch documents as he cmild have accefs to in order to guide or confirm his judgment an he that fo fir frorrr difcovering any fuchmarked in his opinion coald either in fubftance or in meaning or be more guardedly and diilinfHy im partial and than the propofitiohs made by the American Government to the bel ligerent rJowers of Great Britain and His Lordfhip wifhed for llrbllantial and official docu ments on this important fubjeft Lord LIVERPOOL adored the Noble Lord that ihere was no difpofuioti in his Majeftys Minifters to withhold from the Houfe the moft ample anc complete information Upon this and every other topic brought forward for their Lord hips con Their muft be aware that no papers that are not official canwitl propriety be prodncedj but thofe that are officia the Noble Lord might be affured fhould without delay be prefentedi ARMY iff The Duke of adverting to the mo tion of hisNoble fora return to be made of a lift of all the Officers and Privates and of the Cavalry and fen out of this into Spain and and of thofe which have gave noticet that if the returns called for fhould not very fhortly be he fhould within a fortnight nuke fpecial motion on the Lord LIVERPOOL affured the Noble Daketht the only reafon why the papers required were not on their Lordfhips table that they could no diligence or endeavours be The late tempeftuous weather had prevented landing of many of the cavalry die Lord and th6 Houfe might be aflured as foon as any correct lift could be it fhould be laid before their Lord GRENVILLE then addrefled their Lord fhips on the fubjeft of his promifed morion con cerning the American It was his from any motire perfonal to him but purely with a view to his public dury that he now to ftate that he wifhed to withdraw that motion for and to propofe to their Lordfhips to bring it on From what the Noble Secretary of State had his Lordfhip faid he had no doubt but ample information for the purpofa would be nifbed but whatever might be the refult as to that his Lordfhip was determined noc any longer to defer a motion which to his Lord fhip appeared of thq utmoft importance The Houfe on themotion of the Lord adjourned to HOUSE OF On the motion of Earl the Chairman of the Wexford Eleftion the further proceedings of that Committee were adjourned 6 ThurJday Colonel VVaRDtE moved that Captain Huslef Sandon be ordered again to attend the Com mittee of the whole fitting on the in of theconduct of his Royil Highnefs the Commander jo prefented a petition from the debtors conSned m pray ing for WELLESLEY POLE laid on the table fur ther papers from Admiral Sir Charles re lative to ihe tranfaftions of the fleet under his command off the Tagus and which the Member owing to the abfence of the gallant had only been laid before the Firft Lord of the Admiralty Ordered to be HUSKISSOH moved that an account of the outftanding Exchequer and the excefs of he far as they could be made je laid before the The Malt Duty Bill was read a fecond time ro The order of the day for the fecond reading of theExcbequer Bills and the order for the Exchequer Bills Bill for the ffue of were ordered to fland over rill On the uiotion of it was order that the Houfe dorefolve itfelf into a Com mittee and a Committee of Ways asd on Moriday EAST rttDLA MltlfAKr JOHN SMITH to to move die appointment of a Select Committee to nquire into certain abufes which en revail in the difpofal of civil and military pro nptiomrin the patronage of the Eaft Com It a he which the ublic ttaterjally interefted and asanift Uiry was going oh fefpeaihg the abufes of i J age achothej Ke hoped there would be no objec tion to ah inquiry into abufes that might have crept into the difpoftl of preferment in our fettle nienti in the GRANT ftated that the fubjeS had been taken op time ago by the Cour who felt moft anxioasthat none oltfco plates in their gift ffiould corruptly or improperly dif pofed oh It tranfpired when that iflveltlgation was going thai one of ilerftj of the India abufing the confidence of One the Court of had cOrfUptly dif pofed of a place but as foon as this came to the knowledge of Court of they or dered the clerk to be difcharged fforri his The Gentleman faid he could allure the that the Court of Direilors were anxious for Another cafe was now tinder and they had no other wHh than to give it full effect He there willing to agree to the Gcn tkmans SMITH flieri proceeded to move that she following Gentlemen be appointed a Seled Com mittee to inquire into abuies in the prfal of civil or military promotions In the trunagG of the Eall Afacrrrornhii Wilbcrforce The Right Spencer Nicholas Yorke Mr Lafceite Sir Morgan Grunt Agreed On the motion of Sir Jons a Com mittee was appointed in order to report on tW laws VeTpeflifig broadwheeled and the neceffity of preferving the public The SECRETARY AT WAR brought up the army eftimntes for the year to be The SfCRktAR AT alfo brought op an account of the number of recruits enlilted iu the year to be General STEWART prefented an adcoant of the artillery waggon from Ireland with the forces under the command of Sir Arthur to be THE DPKE Thfe Houfe then refolved itfelf into a Commit tee of the whole to examine into the con duel of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Wharton in the WARDLE that before the Houfe proceeded to call in thought it to enter into fome explanation in regard to what had from force Honourable Members in the courfe of the previous proceedings of the Fin nertys name had often been before tlie and from the line of examination that had been the Member could not help feel Dijkcrifon Williani Han lies Wilbraham Bootlc Sir Arthur that an impreffion was fought to be that had derived the principal parts of his in formation from He could only that He knew nothing more of Fin what he had ftated to the Houfe fome evenings ago and he wiflied Finnerty to be called as he had defired in his own in order that his ftatement might be One Right Geatfemaiv MriYorke had irifmuated he was acting with a band of and the minitlerial prints reechoed the acculation but he muft moft folerrmly deny that he afted with any eon He had no Jacobinical and he difclaimed the Another flight Gentleman with whom he had fpent fome of the happieft moments df his and whoin was prnud to call his in the courfe of the laft evenings put fome queftions to the laft wit nefs who was examined Mifs Taylor which he could not help complaining They were quef tions which he covjd jury of her family not anfwer but to the The Member then proceeded to that the witnefs had two bro thers in the and in the navy and if her been proceeded upon in the way fuggefted by his Right it muft have been attended with the moft injurious confequences to LOCKHART faid a few words to order and the Chancellor of the Exchequer the propriety of Sheridans and faid that it was iirpof fible to examine witneffes without going into which no doubt were hurtful to their MRv SHERIDAN that as he had been fo direclly alluded to by his Honourable Friend for fuch he wis happy to call it was impofEble for him not to fay a few words in his own When ne prefented the petition from Finnerty the other he thought the pio pereft methodfor to would have been to have 1innerty called to the The Houfe would thert lave had an opportunity of judging whether the infinuations and furmifes that had gone orth relative to his Friends communi cations with that perfon were With regard to the other on which his Friend eemed to feel he could take upon him to and he appealed to the Houfe to bear him ou Fn his that no man was more candid and open in public life than he He was the aft man to daal in When he under tood that the Member defigned to bring forward thefe he certainly fent a commoa friend to him to caution him not to bringforward any tfiing or without a conviction in his own mind that he could The perfon whom he fent that occafion did not make the andtherefore he muft correct what he had faid on a former that fach a communication had taken place f butheconld not help thinking he was right in his judgmenti when he advifed him to be cautious from whorfl he received his rank in the State of the Illuftripns and the neceffity which every one fek tha charges which were brought againft boa be brought to fome eoaclvfioD he ;