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Day (Newspaper) - February 17, 1809, London, Middlesex I PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX FEBRUARY iir Vi hue Chapel Ji i Hands 1 inch Lrood able i is antinc i OCTAGON AUC i ii a I i M In M Iormeily l n the Lamheth 01 v one or two a louins on i Li uuimoriatiou lor X uid eh lld i tinni tin n ct lilt i hi inlv ATi in a small ia r is a a Ition In 1 i ii Mi tins TMF v i i iii i C i In ll uu ion Sjiuriiay Hit 1 Vi i i iimiiiKM A i li HAKPL i liit rii aii pii i iii v In u uf sunn IM n ni n IVi 111 u t i iijiivaios uf i to the Si O1J t in to hr ns Jjiily to lUili ami Ci wlio hii lixid in a I limili Ciiik ami iii iu to hileft at of this ai iy atundid no i i r a nil UlM COMPANY f n Public 1 I that hcs In en hithertc av IH i i alili laiuitv is tingeneral cause ihe liiiito samples of i i mi IKI Aiiii they may 1 ii bullies bevernl V llAiltS ave evi r born t nnslies to i Feinale v eoMldsl 1 isrilly 1 i t Iii si pi ejureii tin i 1 1 1 d lit ihi n fi Su iiuiis nillioiil Ihr li ist lie jlllf ion tit lu 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Oil i tH IH tUrTulud tUmMr ut ci Im t her rt LIIERAKV This day is in price ENGLISH and LATIN meceikil by System of Latin in which that often neglected part of Classical Education is placed in a and practical point of By the RICHARD of Trinity Sold by Paternosterrow Sohostjuare and Tlua dav is Price 75 m the secoiul Edition of on the NATURE and EFFICACY oftlii LORES By VICISSIMLS mihi visi emit iostroniin sacra IIH ntoruni vijii utque London primed for Great Uiiei This is Price in tinFourth Edition of Airr of COOKERY made Easy and Kelineii directions fur prejiaring t vei v article 11 the of the No GeilJ and 1iy Mr of the London A flowed hv the tirst to be the lust IWk of now Great Lioeolnslcn riclus nnd Hort UK1T1S1JF II in itiinu i s ina that ill ni ii e ii om til u ilU si Imlliil u e d TinPi iirri a u inavuisire Irniv ils Inatr 1m innt lie 111 ihiir iilerenie re I I l IJulimni To 3v for unit n at a nf an JKHSE and well i I a 1 iii In n Ii tu Marlhc t pr le liad DAViSOX E LEASE of a o Jar iu I 1 a it IK it a i Thii Day i 4in OIR ISAAC1 NEWTONs for re O and the LEASES of CATH E arcordinj to the Hates uf with thtir Cbustructioii and Tse evplaineil also Tallies renewing and parrhasinp the oiLiind iirllousi s Tallies pnrihiisiiii Annuities on Livi iiiolis of Interest very neeessa r am useful for ail 1nn biit especially tliose who ay in Chnch or College To hieh is tlie Value of Cbureh and Collide Leases and th Advantage to the Lessees innrlc very I5y a tali1 Bisliip of r The eighth To which are also Tablesot Simple liilfjest exactly at and 3 per U illi other useful Irurtid Great Lincolns Inn Ids and CrwUstrn Iliis diiv n a new in Six Driny with and a Mead ot the 1riec3 a lew Cumci jirint d on at s NEW an ANALYSIS of ANCIENT an attempt is tii divi Triiiliii I iI CajHioiii md Coiu i iiii njilrii very r a an r an ih the nrisl perfii havinj unaiijcnc a the I u ui I i ajifi the i le a fen f fable and lo reduce the irtith to its purity Ijy sone IK a Vindication of the AiviiHi1 utions ti various of a complete WMkcr and Kirbard icn ami en Lea Cuthell Martin H Jef anu Asinie Har ris andOrniD and 1ile sin met al rair r uiic tu Luiiia1 X May by i i iiKA heir t uM be in T1 e First Number of qpHE QUAUTEKLY By H MI and North and Wogan ilinoiiiicini tliis new Literary the pnb r iifiuiMs tlie First Number may be considered Irospcclus lie holds out m he Ciin coulidentjy that tlie Gentlemen who j jn ilis Rtview have Ion the istri in ihe could their be jriven to the and ine tmth of Cri tin y he ui iivitie the tiie and lle to the iiitercsts of Li which lit Briibh Jjnrual will c con OUT CANAL I f the First Nunfber ooa are reijncsted to in tliiir iijtely their respective either in or Aii also l are oil at 1 i si iilh fiiit tin ni will he to on the dv f Drav tie hrst ill bi niitlid to Illlit jy tin dii rr usual avaouui t s i in tin t ie of T list uf the numb rs 1 HOKNSBV have recintiy ii iheir fi irran list oi of j uf t id I of J of 1 of 6 nf Onlers by fu arrier on tinsame TITIWas il MJAM1 iEE IFT of TFIOTSAND TICKETS tiie FiiM Nombirs luM s if FIVI WHOLE TICKETS to the first the feeond Niiinliers as follow in to 100 MI to to o The above Tidets inw of die CAPITAL 4 I Bepns APRIL In the aVovo ef there nrf only for Tickets ami Sliarts ar tt il the I Jcrnstd IN A in or THE SPANISH Cilv London rTpnE to inform thu t 1 o1 articles by S ben made to an i t ei SuSst Lren n of the crn have entTed the ninount of is not jet The Coiiimitte itUn iaeii infiiined that arc from cnisiilciable tj tlm may 1 he Committee are anxious to the Inlia bitants of Rritisb tiial inneh is sti n juiriil to enablj tiie iiunieiuas hvics of to take the very reverses which taken place that country call for increased It is not the character ot tbe PuiiLic to ilesert a in the of us Treachery excesses may have been committed in a of nJvorve bnt it is in that a soirit can a juope lio ever remarlciblr for ol srinpuliMis and to cruse tliey arecat availing supplies aie in them I stien supplies llie lieheve ultimately Mill they tniDt thai tlie British will evnre ln deep it feels llns most b and timely Ainuiiiit uf SnbscriMtioir advi tiei 6 b and omitted In in o 0 lo o Klizahetli 10 10 o Jiiiuard 470 Thomas Coles Sons o 0 1O 10 0 per Fletcher and of Oxfoixl 10 10 o Snbscrij tions are received at the and nil the in and Lists axe ready at the City of London PALE BlXCR and POKTIfJ IN of the most celebrated Towns vi the Kingdom for brewinc Fine Ales ami un rpportunity for a young Genth to be initiated in that us to attain with certainty in a short the funiainjctal and noet improved lubdcrc method of and tj jethcr witli an of the mode of j tensive Country Trade in that in high teneial Address post to at Jtun Docket and HOLSE OF FEBRUARY Bassots Divorce Rill was lend a third and passeij Tlie Proceedings relative to the Banhury MIII and ordered to he ruiitimiril on Tlmisfhiy A Oepnttition from the of minions bronchi in the Bills for their Lordships i TheJTalt Duty iu Hill The Bill eiiipinverinij Parliament lo raise i Exchequer Bill fur Ex chequer They were all ordered to be a first The JTeltors Bill was read a first THE Lord DAIINLLY pursuant to notice lit had The fate with which oin1of his No ble Friends relative to the Slate of the had was chief cause oi his now troubling the During the winch arose on that the Noble had repeateel his rcejuest that iMu lie not be tie ii which tuy nady to whenHver asked heforo the Mewas coiivinceei fliat step taLeii by in to the Spm haei ct the inot leature inthiir iis wui their nettct n not cient lorce of cavalry to it account uf A tietieiency thmt tiraiiih of ihc military of this country No for IT placed for many years ejii inot able It or igno rance of the of rv But hael not Sir applied mcrease uf cavalry in M iinnv uiifier ceun had not proved number liaei sent uitli tu tally inarlriiuuuto for wliich inty were intended lie also that tile per sons who directed the insurrection in Spain appheel to tins country for that particular of nnhtarv assistancr 1 therefore that a Return of the Caialrv Sir Arthur Sir David with e be tween tlie Juntus or Authorities be before this The Earlof LIVERPOOL did not intend to oppose the Motion he only regretted that it not more When he heard of the intention of the Noble Lord to move for iapcr rehitive to the Campaign in he lioptcl the nature of the would have bien such U3 to embrace the whole of that important and allord his Majestys Ministers an opportunitv of vindicating tleir conduct and tin Tlie evidence the other iliil of bur Tyndale oi Jfc i i ld been iitiaiii fonlu omi 1iut ei since Ij Tyiidai had MV I Loid Fo 1 KiTONi pi vtrv peaKani bur CUty nirj o hiiiiiilf and to tin Ie v l or tune of t i s i i s A lhvli the to s 1KV 111 r H mucii A e Le r wisdom of their lie only wished the Noble Lord world allow o a small contained in the following wortls That a Return of Cavalrv sent vith Sir Arthur M and that joined his army after the battle at Vimiera vintil Sir JCMI Mooee marched into be to the Correspondence which iiad taken place the Spanish Juntas and his Majestys h had no objection to itsbeiivj were some LS they related to measures still he did not think proper should he laid before the as their publicity might injure the interests of the nation by their his Ministers willingly cleprivctl tlieuiselves of some of their most powerful weapons of in the con flict which threatened their conduct and their He would that he would produce the Fullest information which could be consistently with the public Lord xpresscil his assent to the and the Motion uaj then TiieEarl of LIVERPOOL then moved for nes of all tiie Instructions sent by hii Ttlajestys Ministers to the generals anel otiicers command ing tiie ritish forces iu Spam also for a Re turn of tlie manner in which those Instructions iiad been Tlie w as then agreed to The Duke of not rise tomake anv paitieulur to point out an ob ject which he feared had eluded the attention of and the importance ot Inch was cal in the present to awake on he meant the Spanish and French fleets at lie to know whether anv measures had been taken to secure thir re moval to u place of satVry and if to shew the necessity of transporting them either to Ma jorca or so should the troops reach and from the astonishing ac tivity of the man who directed the affairs ot France he feared they would shortly be in pos session of that that large accession of ma ritime forcelie torn from his answer was There hi other business before tlm it was adjourned until TIOTSE OF FEBRUARY iRISH MILITIA The Hoeuresolved itself into a Comniitteo nn the Irish Militia liouac heing the 1 ivai IfpOi ENLISTMENT This Eill read a second and committed tin The further was deferreil till The of the of the Com Ailairsi was deferred till Thursday next lie Corn Distillery Dill o TUK On the of Lord tlie louse ixsolved iiselt into a Committee for pur suing the further investigation of the conduct of he Duke of Lord HENRY rose for the purpose of itatiii that Lhicolnsinn ielUsrhacl requested him ta informthe Com titat hewas not tlie person alluded to in the evidence on The Nnble Lord ielt it incumbent upon give in this statement earlyas the misconception might injure the character of a most abie BANKS wished to correct tjie Noble 1 T i I that ti iao t 1 i t r t a his ih tin uorst i his mentioned n his his i to the i to prevciire b ic state 1 r sui l i i say would be hi il i He must iv a l brasided e tit aLCtnt of his iioval to Iloval procure the nut L rt an r JM The t hia JioWil to y of this this repeated to priu ure tins for this The oble Lord ditiied it to pioetcd in tins staciL usj with this tin letters would peak for He should ihiiefore Dutf be called ui order to verdv tfn liandwritmp ot the letters about 10 ed whether ion ot this busiiicss was within the understood pou of the Com The Committee indeed was not limited within very strict as it had taken its character and omras by following the tissue of winch it had lirst not rather than received it by an express vote and But in common precedent v there should be some li mits uhich it should not or tlt1 Committee would gi t into u labyrinth which it not ejsily extricate stcud of trying a issue and a simple it would ptrhaps to juciuinciit i all tsiiblishiii and oi ilie At the same he express his opiiiion as the subject had i it miiMi be followed hail bolh of tile and of the at hen he said intended a ucnerality he meant only the tion of u trutli in general He had no intention to designate tiie or tiie Ciiiitlenian wirn whom hu i a term which had been very objctd to in that as HiipuUdioi n prej iidgment which ihoiiiii notattacii to a Mem ber of Pie therefore for coi tmumg the even to the ionvards by the TJord FoLrlaTONE expressed a wi that the powers of the Commit tee luui been extended and acknowledged the candour and dealingof the Chancellor of the IJurt tecs b Lord Have iiM1 vrnr name Iy iiame is 1 am a Arc on d itii Yes I was solicitor to his of In what inaier did you of tUesi ABy b corumission oi bankruptcy some other Liters te same kind ui The pupirs In years did ci me into the or of not t at another paper rijt her upon hich vou conid vfry luy luul r Yes 1 a oiltction of read that but I this day toklv Lord that I had nice reason fj VL heve that I hid and cii1plfT slion had been my by tttUref rupts now on Q 4re van vi the of liennett Uters wtre here shewn the ie vsniied us Kennets ;