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Day (Newspaper) - January 27, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED AT SIX PRICE PRIVATE CONTRACT py comfortable nnd convenient LEASE MI with Guild in very r and carjy may behad j a low further particulars known on applicz I and 1 PV vVINSTANLEY and Crmfnrtable containing feven hrgc and productivegar J finlY fituated on of I Jiatc poffeffion and particulars bad on application to anil WEST MIDDLESEX WA TER WORK SHARES in the Glribe Insurance Com 1 inASevcn in the Well MidJiefexWater TlcIITS may be haJ of near the Royal London Water Med way 7flone Imperil AlpioW Hope and Esgle and iu the Atlas Infurxnci on of per Share only paid at i a lijr vrRichard at the GeneralRegifler T Two Partners in a Bufinefs of a Sta in which a large capital can and wlio tan Contribute as bisfliarc libt jr piruccfurs apply to Mildreds TO MERCHANTS OR a Youth of of z fuuation as Apprentice for abant Merchants Hotie and eounting rry b lodged ind well as A liberal premium will be priiitions bv poft paidy will be 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Sherwood and Pateruofterrqvri J Where may be rnoontrovertable Proofs Eorgerlcs of to CobbeU on his Conduft relaUvc to to to to to UiOOI to to to to ioA6 L FREE GIFT of jco p I for the firft drawn Prize above ijL theNnra x to to to to tt aa4 Sharei felling at every LJccnfcd LITERARY INTELLIGENCE This 0Ay is VIEW of the PLANS of detailed in tbe publication xif BEIL and witb remarks on Madrafs Hints to the on the PrarjUcability of Extending Inftitn Printed for the Free Boroughroad and foTd by Barton and Wilfoni Vjf ftreet Eaternoaerxow and SHERIDAN This day price tat of A GENERAL PRONOUNCING and EX TLANAtORtDICTIONARY of the EEGLISH Ufe learning In which it bat been attempted Improve on the being and his cor Authorofthe Printed Snarpe CutheH and Martin Otridgc and Sn and Wilkcr Scatcherd anaLcuerjnan iJarton and Oothe 6tfi of February a new in the ORIENTAL FiELp dedicated uhaertiie Jmrdeyiitcpatronage of his Prince of Wales and the Duke of tiw Court of of theEalf India br4Ct from by cxecated by en graved imdir thedireaiob of JanS printed in a luperipr ftylc by Bulmer and In two handforae volsv Royal price Imperial Three cxtrx boards forming a corapktc defcription ofthe Wild of tKe and Katural Hiftory wild wild the AICo the feathered gamcy fifltes and Intcrfperfed with a variety of anecdotes relative to their The fccnery gives a fauhful reprerentation of thatpidurefque the manners and cuftomi of ttie native and European inha Jlf Oaptain Thomas of twenty years rcfident in Printrdfor B Stationerycourt Albermarlcftreet Black and ana fold by all the THE LADIES or THE UNITED The the generous Lucretia could not furvtve the but ence treated a fite thQUfiht life no longer to be Brutat at tit itfy of Lucretia That a fpirit 6f unrivalled for fteadinefsand byany nation in the exifts iri the generous bofpro Britifh is a fafl which I hefitate not for a mo merit in nor I truft fhall I bedeemed furpafling the bounds of truth and if I hold lip in as the feminine excellence and A feeming difBderice at the pre feht period tb enrolthemfelvej amdnpft the Irft of thofe noble of Spanilh honour and in the grovelling views of fome fordid He attributed to ja want of tKatenthuilafiJkltithe caufe offair vir far be low the level of that which is the of eyerv tblmpiflefudhdiffidericfetotnotives fo igno bfc and theeyes of eyety liberal perfon all acqpaijftted with the natural mpdefty Six throughout the United to Rgroisaadjijtiprovokedattack on who are hft pride an3 of our amhi A wtoral to the and the force of tsiilraft theta that wo to has floubt ambition of VCordjnft to the extent of fibg now in rtpjcious hands of adef on by a uhawed by the doc a ftrariger to cojnpffiorH ta bis inordinate the fond the help lefs aid tbe tender unoffendiag I atiachacrifis as aropfe tay ftk to afenfe the dingjff iritjk our own fire fides may doubt fconldihecommon perverter df all fotial order and moraKtj be fufiiered tp Ms deftrtlcliVe ehgureisof war of Snc increafe his thrrft fbr pniverfal ftoald the gallant tilt Hemn avert theblow be forced length to are sexfop a moment tofuppofp that Britiflj wealth and Britifh Beauty will not again nttrafl theeagle eye of the my faSr icoufltryworufn therrininds felfe td eas of them ftefi for by a public commifetation for the fat of their SptoJth that Biirifh women top are fteeSitetrthenl convince oat implacable facrifices rfiey feow ihould atjeml the wild careerof his junhallowed caufej ere they will pollute the pure blooctpf this moft fevbured to Enrbpe and the worlda proud leflon ng it in v LocreUaof knowfreeiy HOW facrifice on the altar bf liberty aiid A celebrated modern anthor it neither nor the but the manner that fiould determine its as well as the richnefs or poverty of the foul from whenceit the of England confrder welVtheforce of this obferTa for a mordent that their contri on that account the lefs praifeworthy The widowsmitedoth ftill declare the widows and a double benefit is di rived frofn this fullexprefllon of their feeling It is a galling memento to alarm the penetratir genius of our carries with the lefjbn of what a nation fyiapaibifing anothers fate mjjft endure ere it would refign ane tota of its liberty and iadepend treschdry i niay hav hitherto the bright although daftardly dreadbf appalled the degeneratehearts few ifldivi with their covmtryj let us proudly hopevthat the of two to be the chains of and thai fidelity loyalty and patriotifm may never boibwso thofe Commanders in whom places her cbnSdence and for ye Powers divine j7 ceeded firft i portant point they ler for the Spaniards themfelves Could have as required the m the field of battle contelidcd for their liberty to delay the decifm Of the negociation hould be i And bring themlo croft thofe rip Shall for agrift of Or paltry dfijievreU thcjntb 1 BRITISH PAKijlAWtENT HOUSE OP Appeals from thf Coartt of ConnnonPTcaaVferc the bar of this Honfc x Some papers relative to Grejjjoiy divorce were like wlfe Tri tt rpfe Beforethe correipdnierfce which had taken placebetween and the Governor of France and his Ma jeftys gdvernmenti he thought it unheceffary toexplain what hadbeen the con Minifters on was con fident that no objeciion WlUrted againft their They fpninglfrpm a gard and the integrity of this After iaving moft powerful ftates of the alliance with plenitude of his slmoft the make propbfuions of go with melancholy events Which haddefolated and raiftd fitch an nn pecled height they were acquainted with all the of his asrevealed in his ac and would not they therefore agree that to have expefted fincerity from would have been anaft of voluntary It was ira poflible that his intentions fijoald have upon or elfehisanifwer to the propofition which the Governmenl transmitted to fatm in reply would have far difierent na in order not to crufli the hopesof general pacification at their birth and to operr a for adifcuflion on therefult of which the Uves and independence of millions his went as far aVrtd the Ruler of France were They not only but acled en And indeed die conclufion orthe paper tranfmitted the Britifh wore the appearance of In it the chief condition proppfed for treating of was the and an include his AUies in the The Mi niftefs follbwedthe patbs ufuaUy trqd by Britons in fuch tafesj thepaths of and acquainted with the fuuation of Ruffiiand of they knew the preparations of thelatter for the Subjugation of Spain and the evil of prolonged which after Jhaken the confidence of the brave cbieftaihs who rofeinarms againft the their native have and moft probably would haVe ended m faime unfavourabfemanner as tfiey They confuted not merely the populat which fpokefo loudly m fevour of but the private fentiments of their i euuauy CTthuliafm in ataafe enthafiafrn a and tfie mterefb of Great Britajn fo intimately independence of order to put aii end to apy cvaCon interided to pirotraatHe negociation taja length wfeful to our obvious the to be wjiether the goverwneDi under the fckme of iisCatholic Majefty Ferdmafld would be admitted as a party in the His faitly acknowledged that hehad formed no written of alliance with the patriots in butthat he had publicly avow ed his firm Mtehtion ot all his t in repeirmg their aggreffprsj an intention KrAnrt retrifMs tbirftrc UUVUL WOO V of which it ment JgndrinV ready partly carrtea telo andwas regtf teted in HisMajelty gave candid iccpunt of bis relations his allies with with the King of the andthe Ureatj Jujita of The Noble Ixwd feh feft too muchcondXcendon ip tie Hethonght on the if any differenceflfOpinion wjalde on the ground that not proceed ffr great the bleffings of and ufeful to this they could not have acquired by thsefecnfice bf its of agenBroiA na vtfiohad pUcedtheirliopes of liberty the for the only events prefented them of re gaining and fecuring their national indepen dehce No theywifhed atorrcfe tolearri the in teiitidns the Riiler as to thofe brave put aniftftant end to the quef tion of war aiccording to the informa rion received If the Supreme Junta weread mitted as a party in the it was the in of his Majeftys Minifters to appoint Ple and immediately begin to carry effecY the propofed of But way fhe Noble Lords when aniwej1 of the French He expefledit was that it have been hch to capfe the failure of lhe But nature was fo totally what he had it filled him with iurprize and He thought fome have been found to prevent the Spaniards from included in the He imagined it would Have been represented were not formally the allies of his Britannic their Interefts formed a feparate into which tlie Britifh nation to intrude thnt another time vrould be propofed for fuch But no fuch exeufes were Would tbe Honfe believe it Thofe through a generous and univerfal rofe arras againft the foes of their country who fought to redeem a captive to vindicate ftem the tideof flaveryand rn theaafwer of the French ftigmatifed with the appellation of lawlefs infurgents and as fuch de Barred from haying any fhare the negO ciation What could Minifters leturn could proceed without publicly acknowledging the loyal and brave inhabitants oi Spain to be lawlefs without giving the lie to profeffions and ac rinnc They were called upon to abandon the r tions of an unhappy but legitimate of ac hyored but highfpirited who could boafl juftice as her and valour as her means oi Noble Lord did sot expecT that anydiference of opinion would be All had agreed that the Spaniards deferved the fuppoit of this but whetheror no it had been proper to affift and he had no doubt itiwas although it had been faid in a for mer that no encouragement fox fuch a meafure had ever he contended that the conclufion of a peace at that time would have been equally His Lordihtp then expatiated on the proprietyof affifting the Spaniards with and mendeclared that although ptkblic made be tween the two his Majefty confidered himfelf bound by folemnengagements the patriots of He lamented the degrading connexion which Ruffia formed with or rather its tyrant expreffed again his convic tion that nomaterial difference of opinion would prevail in the unlefs itbe maintained that morefljpuld have been done to conclude a which required the facrifice of fpfemri engage of our fidelity to our of our dignity as an independant moved the thanksof this Houfe to his Majefty for his giacious communication pf the correfpond ence that had taken placebetween his Ma jelly and the EmperoE of and Ruler of relative to a propofed treaty peace and exprelfing their warm approbation of the magna nimity difplayed by his in breaking off on account refufalof the acknowledge the Supreme Junta of acling underthe of his Catholic Fedinand as a party in the nego and aHo declaring the intention of the Houfe to grant to his all the fnpport to which the wifdom of his councils was LORD GRENVILLE the Vote of Thanks ftauld be couched in which compelled him to with hold bis Helamented becaufe he would opppfed the being fully con that at the period feleded by the French GovjSaftrejat to open a have to have made He that ihe oppofed the motion The Noble Earl no no roet hi his had beftbwed no epithet oh the ufurpation exercifed by the enemy in the juftnefs of which he was not ready to The only hope of fuc in the had it taken placewrth mother would the refpeft which t muft have entertained for But the irefent cafe it have reed to nave leaned If we hadeweaed the Em peror of the French to have defiftecHrom the pro Tecution of bacaofe they were our difdppbintment have beetf When hefent his propofalsover to hot only hoped bat bad a certain profoecT ui fucQefe hvSpahv made his pvjfa overtoresjhe of feeing a Britifh army marching to the heart of that not to redeem itj but ftare inits iasd wiirfr of bis firm wrfolution to and to effeft the pOrpofes of his xugn nations and fink annihilated wetf Inthefifaation and Europe at thap and jet ungratified hunger of his was unlefs hfs temper hadexpef a that he fhould fincefe in his of Chie month or two he wojjld fcarcely elapife before the whole of Spain lay conquered by his His power then would be the fole ruler that peninlqla and could it be expeflted that would forfaken a prey on which fie had only to his grafp order to feize it thou at o as it of he asthe ultimate fate of thfr pa triots remained to be decided by the xnd the force of had this coiintry a right to bring it to anuntimely determination by a ftroke of the pen And of thislhainefnl of bafenefs and dereliction of this coantry would have been it a treaty of the Emperor of thfe in which the JiBerty ofSpim was not vindicated and The hope which fpringsfrom thexhance of muft then have been and nation would have caft an everlafting ftafn on its own nd been accufed by the prefent age and pofterity having wilfully crufhed the noble exer prevented the fuccefsjarid enfured the lubjec tionof Thefe grounds for refufingto risgo ciate with France could be applicable only to the period in which the propofmons were madeV ibr at other other circumftances which would confine the conclusion of a peace wkhin the range It now remained for his Lprdfhip to whether te courfa whichbis Majefty V Mihifters al though he was convinced the would have attended any other lineof were not asto defeive the difapprnbation of this He would inquire whether they had met the the French Government ns they would have done overtures the fincertty of which could not be doubted This they Ought to have in order to fhow to the world at that if peace were not this country was not refponlible for tbecontinuation of the But their eondpft not been cal culated to free them from the accufatinn of hav ing caufed the war to be without al lowing a fair difcaffion of the queftion of The Addrefs of Thanks required the approba tion of the Houfefor the prelimfnAry artide contained in their And was that article which branded them with a wifh ofpiolongmg the horrors of without al lowing the qneftion of peace to be even dif When had it been cufiomary to make the moft important point in a a prelimi naryarticle The governmentof Minif fhould be recognifed and this which was their great and on the at tainment of which they ought to Frave bent all their all their all their abi they placed it in the front of the afcarecrow to ftrike terror into the They ought to have followed a different They ought without infifting at firft on the recog nition of the Supreme to have offered large facrifices of Eritifh intererts for thofe of and have thus difplayed the reality of their in that in a more effective than by fending waftefulexpe ditionsand ufelefsly immolated armies to its But inftead of they refufed to give up their connexion with and de manded of the enemy to facrifice his own views on that kingdom which lay within the grafp of his being already than halt con quered by his This propofal bore no marks of It could not that the ruler of France would yield what he pof feffed without obtairfjning ah Had his ambition been of juftice fach an expe5tation might net have been chirteri but die contrary had long been If they were determined tcv hey when entering on have made tbe interefls but not the foremoft part of and they would have been more likely to procure tieir There was an other point in the Noble Lords fpeechwhich had excited his and called for the expreffion of his aftonifhraent and He had ftated that his Majefty thought himfelf by private to the afffhmce of the Sprfnifh That he had formed no publicly acknowledged yet confidered bimfelf folemnly pledged to afford them all the fuppott in his This was a doclrinaof the mo dangerous Had his Majefty a right Co form private fancltioned by the approbation and of Parliament His Majefty tad formed his Lordfhip knew Liament and the nation knew nothing of fuchen How could the Crown upon hem as fjnce Parliament was no party to them His by that the country was not bound by fuch engage mentsj to afford any acaufe that was now irretrievably and to a nation en tirely and where the badow of Iftance no longer THE CHANCELLOR vindicated the conduct of the impoflibiKty of negotiating a peace aflerted that therefiflanceof the Patriots had not enr tirely and fhowed that during the time wafted in vain difcufSqns on atrary which rnuld not have taken the conqueft of Spjiiii would lavebeeh The only means of inducing the Emperorof France the Spanifh Junta to urge their preienfions as the afty in the would have been the fame liberty ang of Bat by this very aft the legiti macy of die pretenfiohs of Jofepb Bubnaparte to tHe throne of that would have beeit ac and the Spanifh Patriots brandedas ofurgefitsand By a negociationjJiScx and Irogfefein which we are how engaged woald lave been concluded The iacriaceof country wbuid have been fe the Minifters had afled yitb bpennefs and Spain knew thefinceiiCy of led him to their and after having given the thehiftory of what hadpalfed TnoJsown mindwhiJft bufineft in the LOR1 S1DMOUTH agreed moft cordially in the general pnnaple aid and in the fentiments exprefTed by the Noble Secretary with refpefl to the feelings and ;