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Day (Newspaper) - March 16, 1809, London, Middlesex EVERY MORNING At SIXQXJLOek MAitCH 165 of PA The Anniversary Festival of this Gha atthe Great the Iftit The iord HmrSir VTcHcV j Sir 39 Esfj Lee Martin Bsrt M r to be had of the Stewards of Fsq College of War the Secretary and at of the i viioni HENRY m the at Half past Five SALES BV PRIVATE A well a Fauiily of eligibly situate in Springpirtknn with the elegunt and modern to be tdkea tj afprauement with For and Ibare of apply to SOOTH SIDEOF LEASE 6f vendesirable JL situate on the side welladapted ftiranyVboleadebT retail and of which immediate ponsesilon fnaybe farther ParticnlanJ and Orfcrt to view apply to and Sur of a very complete years were unexnifed at Michael held at a Jo w and Furnihlre is at the option fartherParticulars and TickrtR for viewing apply to Payn Colemaastrectj i nee such and with reference laws founded on the SoutbSea Scheme and bubbles TED an ACADEMY for Gentle HI of distance from llircc to five to at aTUAVELLERfor a Whole ile House in tlie Tea one that has been Iniut f troins into and pust paid to Baptist itr VNTS u a steady oung 2J years as BARMAID can hor wishes to make herself in Shi1ms bcun used to tlie having d in her last Can have a good cba Tlcac addrcus to to Purchase or to a small witii lix to ten r fioin in to is mileswest or of ton i in tlio neighbourhood of Epsom would be i Honic contain two six Iiro stall and post Mi Lpn W r ANTED to a HOUSE of mode rate in any respectable near White or in any of the rr Hanover or Ittmift IK a wellbuilt pd in food Kitb coachhouf e and stable wonlrl be prefer to at Uptel fiin Furnished Upper be for three orsix fronvthc 1 ist of April a compacjt FAMILY and cleptntly furnished V containing three and nn each trarflUouse and laandnii and five i and titWts to apply to Jtrmyn To WHOLESALE HE LE ASEof very lextensive 35 feet by 75 feet in with three dis well calculated fur any wholesale con cern vwitH back arcned and a goed fa a near the For Particulars apply to and RED FREEHOLD To be SOLD or LET on good FAMILY with iron convenient back extensive and Ucge with coacb house and situate in Red Particulars and to view apply to and Jv TObe DISPOSED the LEASE of a iri an and cheerful as centaining with a garden and a private entrance from the with cellaring for The house in excellent and im mediate potsessloh may be Particulars and Or ders to view apply to aud Sur wituiu Must Capkal and Leasehold minute walk the FREEHOLD and LEASE Fj HOLD mtbevicinity of the con sistinj of a capita well adapted fora Mer chant of the first large stock of ware forming most complete and desirable in substantial and of which imnjediate possession may be Particulars and for viewing apply to and Genteel with immediate FURNISHED rpO Apartments elegantly in a Now most deaJrabla Neighbonr Xo Upper In iil iroald be verjsuitable for a lady lady nud Twenty aA wnlk the Change and ami ulmi finm St By HE Sixty Years of which arc un of Rjood FAMILY of about si miles from and S airy sleeping diningroom 2Q feet ampcu a convenient andother requisite domestic AndTickets to view the may te had NE HUNDREi THOUSAND IpLNUS and upwards maybe jiincd by a Single 1 ickc in So thaV a Single Sixteenth may the present Gmrid State Lcd at the OW established Offices 1MNtand opposite near Piccadilly and Ni romliill Vhere every Priie wilj be paid as Foob ss at afterwards as N li Tla Drawing will commence ou tire of next STATE LOTTERY EG INS APRIL SCHEME of IVo Two with t Gift of Tickets the Finit and a ree Gift sooTiekcts the Second Miniature by the SEVERAL Portraits of GEN TLEMEN Wviogbeentiken and which are now remaining iri the potseuion pf tbe will be brought to Sale at the ensuing public disposal of tbe saM unless previously appKeS at tfanoier StSt will talceplace nrdtr tbe mansgcment at the Great in on tbc22d of arid foltowiuR Wine and Spirit By finHE LEASE of very desirable JL that returns from 5 to per the above in principal gtrtct atthe west port of the several years in the occupation of the present pos who will brat on liberal that can command may apply or to A TUfcf A A A Only Ticket for and Shares art on at all theLicensedLottery and MEDWAY CONTRACT for COMMITTEE ifay tci receive Tenders for the napply of four butf tuocsaiid of wellburnt Seconds or Pa and of twelve houdred thousand of tlie like div ofttrry of the 1 Ursvenrnd to c dclirertdby tbe side of the HUMIUS premises one third of the qnantity im and the remaining two thirds in monthly before the 1st day of August The Tcii be iu aud eudorsal TliiniLs acd Medway Coma Tender for amd must irtilivciid George aud Vulture at or before la oclock at 1hc sad and the persons making or some person on their must Btteud Iia vhice to oofwer wbea called 13y ordr of the ITarcti Navigable Canaiand Dock and a Kcw Theatre Shared SCQTT SHARES in the Monmoutlisnirc Canal Navi per per ex pected to and in the Wilts and Berks and Ashby West Tudii London and Commer cialroad British FireOffice and Bock Assurance and B Share of payable by instalments for rcbaUOiirg CoventGarden bearing interest af ptr nctt per fur 85 with a trans fcrable Free TO be drijxjsed a Complete FAMILY in substantial with svtry cotnmodation fur a Urge of which early posses sion will be and now inthe occupation of the Uight Lord EllcnborowjU the groundstory consists of a commodious the upper part contains elegant drawing with numerousand commodious beirooms flii basement ftory U replete with every accommodation for with detecKetlwashhooscand adjuiuinf a large paved with convenient at the back o which is complete Cvesrall double coach The above premises are well calculated for a prnfewional as tbcre is a separate entrance out of Hartrtrerfto the and back part of the house Particulars aniSTkkots to view the from two oVIoxk till apply to arid Mnnsficld near tbe GrayVinn HOUSE OF i case pf Hochc LORD CHAX that tjie Oecisioa f Chancery be The ScotsChildMmiter and several other Forwarded in The Bill vts read a and ordered o be committed Earl tfifttswotveryimporTant alter tions whfchhc trusliedwoiifdiH explained a future stage of the HOUSE OF MARCH TXe Vaiuchall Bill was read a second raid rdered to he Several Petitions ajainst the passing of the said Bill was ordered to bcrcferred to the said PETER MOOREpresented Petition from JEarl pcncernnd Battersea against ae Vauxhall Bridge which trasjritu ordered lo be ro crred to the Committee on that A Person from the Office of Esportst prc ented Accounts of tbe Imports and fyfOrit toaud from ic United States of and fayiuree endlilg iieaoth of to lie on the A Person from tbe Office presetted aii Vccoiint of Interest paid on Ejcebeftocr Bills for tluce terrninafiug on the dis yearVwitb thai he jhoulcl on londay the attcutjou of the Navy Sir POLE also gave notice of his intention to all the of the House to certain Reports of ic Naval on Tuesday ROBERT WARD that the Marine Mutiny lillshould be read a second Sir CHARLES POLE again wished to be infarnied whe ier fhe Bill relative to the Compassionate List was bout lo be brought forwardHe also sngyested the ex iocreasiag tlie numbccxjf Artillery Companies nthc Royal aoilreqiieEted toknow in what ruaii er the deduction from the paid into Chcl was disposed WARD the Bill the Gentleman lluded to would be presented as soon and as soon it conkt be With respect to the mi nion of itwas impossible to uiike thiitaddi on at It Was a rested altogether with his aid the personsunder whose more im mediate ceutroul those The wliich as given to the Chest of and deducted from the ay of the was intended tor the benefit of the aad MEDWAY for TIMBER and CARPENTERS V COMMITTE of theTHAMESBnd MED VAV CANAL do hereby give notice That ou Wedues the at IS at noon be ready to at the George and Vulture Tenders for the Timber and Work of an Entiuace from the river Basia TkeTendfis must V tlie price of Elm and Beech Timber per cube dot fof Platforms and Piling Also jk Timber for the foot workmauship Plats and sprciftcations of tbe work may be oltbe Tender may be had The Tcndcrsnrc marked Tenders for Timbtr and Wivcmu directed to at Uie Georgeaud Vulture Tnveru ct ov before 12 oclock at on said S2d nnd the partiw making orsouic u i niuBt then attend at ilmt pKice tQ uheu Ev Older of life A Capital Old Established with uuujcrous Offices from 15 to 3o miles of By ADAMSQN and A Very Valuable apd Improvable FREE HOLD Jnott advantageously sitnatei in the prime psrt of agood market The premises consist of a substantial briokbuilt containing 15 pood airy double and single bedded exclusive o rooms six excellent dining and sitting rooms for large and small parties a barroom a waiters a convenient fullsize wash ciderandbeer cellar aad cool The 6ffiCcs are ciu client and well roomsjor the ac coiumodation of soldiers stabliug for Jo ostry standing for hay and straw six jranaries a large jadieiouslyplanDed stprt a knife and boot acow piggery poultry nod sheds and othc ofiicen a a garden a Tbcprtmises are amply snpplved with having navigableriveradjoining the andoccopy a front age of 48 by 400 feet iri Tlie whole afferro a most tligible any active iug to possess tft Ian that abounds witb au whtcli is Uog and well aud has beeri ia tb ponscssipn of the present proprietor for wb a DOW purchaser may at bb tab thf the 6 rslusV tion if wilj be sold partictth maybe known by upplying and a few further observations from Sir CHARLES the Bill was read k second PARSELL that the Report of the Com mittee on the Bill for assimilating the Coins ofEngland nd should be submitted to a Cdmnjittcu of tbe on Tuesday was given to bring iu n Bill to araetid the Act asscd in the of Charles fthe Second relative to tie power tested in Magistrates if Quarter d decide dinptttes between MasKinaud The Dublin Paving Bill read afirst Lord CASTLKRBAGH rose to move fpr leave to jug fna Bill for the theMilkia of irtat He atateUtKftfmect of Bill replace in theriiifnber of amounting in conse UCnce of Bill wbiclvtiad lately been rolunteered iutb the in order to attain hii he should propose that auumber of men equal one half of the Osual quota of Mi itia should be nrisedin the course of twelve monthjs as it was essential to avoidputting the countryto inconvjenience by he should propose that eight montlis ot the twelve should be tlie first to by a bounty of tea as many of the total amount and that tfie billot should be enforced during the last four months n order to muke up anydeficieDcy might He should also that in the re sult of a the same bounty moved to the should be allowed to the persons drawn ay which they they thought apply to theprocuration of would be lest any emergency should or the safety of thetpuntry that a power should be vested in his Majesty to enforce the ballot previous to the expiration ol the eight months assigned for If this plan was adopted and itmight be at tended with the most beneficial effects andmen could be procured without having re course to a which appeared to be so ob noxioua to the The Militia of Great Britain might be raised with much less inconve nience or delay in case of Lord TEMPLE wish to oppose the plat proposed byrthe Noble but there was very little liope that it would meet with that auccess Lofdship seemed so sanguine in not think re cruits could be for at the snial bounty stipulatedy ao long as ihe the Line gave s6 large His Lordship concur red in the propriety of vesting in his Majesty the power of enforcing a at ithe end of eight but Ht any time it might be conceived necessary for the public Lord CASTLEBEAGH said afewwords in ex planation of his LoVd MILTON objected to some of the princi ples of theBHIi but disclaimed any intention a present to offer SHAW LKFEVHE trusted the Noble Lore would not force the the House ivithout giving the Country Members an oppor tunity oTconsidering of and of fering their sentiments on As the Quarte Sessions were proper to let the be firijt and second ant be committed and alteration be con ceived necwadry hereaftery an Ameudinent migh be made on the consideration of the He thought any alteration in th old system of not be enforced without u i Lord CASTLEREAGH there was no inten tibn wbatevef to tflfer ijje original bu Bjerely fo bdppttbe preseut a any inconvenience to the by speedy of the olt His it was necessary to get through BUI witljont delay and not towait a six XiU tenniaatiorr frpniSi a delay great disadvaniajje anc he public force would of remain incom ilete to a later period tliun proceeding to arry purposes into imruwfmte Antler some desultory cfinvewation between Duvies Giddcjs and Col Frtmk leave was given to briug in tlie Lord then bronilit which was read a first ami ordered to be eud a second time on brought up the Report the Committee oa the Sixpenny and Shilling The the said vere agreed auda Bill ordered brought ri The Report of the Committee on the Ber muda Spirit Bill was brought and the Ke ulutioiis yijreed IRISH FLAX SEED On the Motion of tbe House re olved into on the Bill for encbu igiug the saving of FJax Seed in FOSTER stated the object of the Bill to to encourage the suving of Flax Seed in Ire beneficial effect which was that country wliolly dependent on iorrfheir npplies of ibis article By the pirovTsiotis of he Bill it was inxciided tp pfFer a bouiityto tjie rlax Growers ibr ivery bushel of they hould actually and bona Jide save over ahd above thetr crop of This bpuuty was to e by a grunt of the rish Consolidated The advantage to be lerived to that country by this arraugenient vouldbe and would render her andeperideYrt of the forvigh The House and the Report was rdered to be received The Expiring Continuance and Perpe uating Bills and the Reports irdered to be received WHITBUEAD wwhed ask the Right on the other side of the House George Rose j whether the Papers to which it alluded iu the course of the discussion rela ive to some nights copies of Capers relative to the Treaty witii had been GEORGE ROSE he had moved for presumed they were on the table of he WatTBREAD he should on a future make a relative to these Paperai TheHouse then resolved into aCommittee niheNewfoundland Judicature jrdered lo be received The Report of the Committee on the Cape f Good Hope Trade was brought and he Resolutions agreed to be read a third time and then The Bill for allowing the trade between Fal mouth and Jamaica was second and rdered to be Fishery BiH waa read a second orderedto be tf The Sugar Wash Duty Bill was committed and the Report ordered to be received tomor The Committee of and Ways and were postponed till Friday WHiTauEAD wished to call the attention of the House to a misrepresentation which he understood from some ofhis friends had been made of what had fallen fromhim in the course deliverance of on thecon duct of the Duke of a fewnights Hewas inforinwl it been stated that he in alluding to the letter in the possession of relative to fromthe Archbishop of asserted that the letter was directed to giv ing to aud respectability of that The Member to in his allusion to that he had dis tinctly stated it to be to OMeara He thought this explanation neces Jest any improper might be made the public mind by the SirGEORGE HILLexpressed his satisfiiction at the explanation been given by th which certainly would tend to correct any fake conclusion that arise from the misrepresentation of the Gentle mans Such a misrepresentationpfnigh be attended with a serious and unpleasant efiec towards tbe moralant dignified conduct to be lamented misrepresontutioa pro ceedings of the should orcur so fre to attachan blame to the persons who had mid ouly wondereitheJRepox CALL OF THE Lord FOLKESTONE that as it was gene rally understood the discussion would terminate this bightby a he should no the enforcement of the till alte the result of this nights was known when he should have no objection to the adjourn meut of the debate over if ft con General GASCOIGNE said if the Debate con tinued till three or four oclock in the morning and tlie Noble Lord theu propose the continuancevof the most cer tainly take the sense of the House oa the pro priety of such a ADJODESEp DEBATE ON TJ1E CONDUCT OP HI HIGX11ES3 THE DUKB QF saidj that considering the present as of th momentous questions that under the consideration House u he tQuld not content himself giving a silent vote upon the He had formed his opinion upba the subject without re fereuce toany persons baeither side ofthe House and without tobe any waj influenced by the learned arguraente of the manj PRICE egal Gentlemen wW had delivered their senti the judgment was formed rom an attentite oa the which had been brought before and was made without any bias either Before he pro ceeded state the grounds ttn which he should his hefeegged leave to trouble the House with atew words seamed to curious had iallezi from a Judge who spoke second the dehate That Learned Person had saidj hat because Cfarke an infinoral cha and had herself in several art3 of her he wouldhave the whole f her testimony expunged ftonv the Mi Now the Noble Lord could not help that if doctrine were to be go to sweep away the eyidence ef almost every one had been leard the But he see hat Clarke had contracted had been contradicted thing thas or material aud the ought not to be kd by slight circumstances of to reject her but to consider and From the most deliberate view that he iud beeb to of ClwEes iiud appeared in evidence at the it was jis conscientious that the present Com mander irr Chief not safety public he permitted to retain his The Noble Lord admittedthat testimony wasQot true inall ut for the most part it was entitled fo A certain flippancy and levity of manner charaeteriz ed some parts of her and took away from ler credit and this led him to reject what she related as passed betweenthe Duke of fork and This part of hertestiffldny le whea it was unsupported byany itlier evidence but where it was ain instances it and that too in most convincing her could not receiving The Noble Lorrf he had great to the evi ience of the witness he seen lothingtoshakethecredibilityjof that ahd le thought it was ratherconfirmed by a Right Gentleman to whorn he nomi tally owed his and who could dis OAer no traces tlirough whose recommendation hat appointment was He had heard much f a conspiracy against the Royal fterall the evidence that had been gone the conspirators to tteart Dowlers sleeping with Clarke had jeen by some a sortof Catilinariahconspiracy but 5 too ridiculous for In there never was a case of similar where there less of conspiracy concert amongwitnesses than the The Noble case et that which went nearest to fix the charge personal of and while he saying a ew wprds on what had beeu the the Duke of as it appeared from evidence on their under circumstances somewhat The sentiments of personal attachment and veiieratioa which hefeltibv that Noble Per though there were some parts of his public conduct which he could not made him proud to bear testimony the jf his Cpritrast what liad been the of the Duke of Portland with what had the conduct the Duke clergyman came to theDakeof Portland offer of a bribe for his that spurned the despicable wretch from his and immediately wrote to his the Bjh 7 of to make him acquainted witii i famous how didthe York After Ifc was uffereda bribe by intbe shade of a he used his i get him and months The Noble Lord he could circuinstaijce in iiis mind whenever he thought of the cases of and If the Royal Duke could sp far forget his and his illustrious birth in the one he should do in As for the case of French and San he could consider them in no better liglit aud he upon whole as a those men through the iufliieiice of Miss Taylors evidence had been represented riouaHonourable Gentlemen as unworthy of They itwas impossible for the Royal Duke so to commit But when lie reflected how far he had committed himself in proved by could not Kelp thinking that there was strong groUnd for Miss Taylors evidence to With regard to the vote which he Jspble he could not entiielv aree in tlie Adtlress by the HonourableMember Hm Wardje the but should concur iu that another Honourable Gen tleman which more completely met ou the Ilisgreat objec tiou to the Address proposedby the Mo yerpf the Iiiqutry thut he was were it it the dangerqus eftect of convening the army into a deliberative than he uothmg could be more mischievous and tptlie borne aud Learned had argued tliat it force betm attendeH have beea avoljtedi and there have beep no room timt theyhud formed opinion without the usual tests cf dence The Noble Lord he was not very friendivto either of the if he might be allowed to rtate wbut was course of T be siiould have he woyUi ;