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Day (Newspaper) - March 18, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX MARCH PRICE lit unit Two of he Companys perfonn hitr a great Yaricty Johan two iitw Consic Aceunit of his for with Miss j Via f VappinK1 Tickets to be Imd of sircru nii1 at the where nriv ii new GALLERY of i in is open every tlay n 1 u till Tfiat Appiifiuion ilns prrsriit of in a Bill lo aoii iul and made nnJ passed in Of liis piisent in Regularand Nightly aiidVmpiiiyiiig the ui Clement in the ami County of Middlesex aud KPours within the tftid is to be proceeded J EN N NOS uul F T 01 RECTORS of the COM PAN i hereby give jllli Jay of inst the Grass at ihc Isle of Dogs wil biddi r lor one year from the itb Tenders staled to hiaddressed inbefore twcivtoclock of the said and Tender for Grass ii Vurt of THO3IAS March 1 may by applying to Mor at Poplar Stiiruie Bronsea 6sG Acres of PastureyMca and Wood foraTerm uf Eight To be SOLD by PRIVATE By AN elegant called Bron jsca comprehending the whole wiiich contains 655 acres of and wood Thchouse is commodiousfor a large and Is com pletely with i collection of pici The gardens arc lu a WgU of with hot and acapitaj and numerous outoffices in excellent Immediate possession may be held fora term of 8 subject to the vcfy low old rent per from which all taxes ore be viewed with and farther Particulars by ap plication to 0 the Wanted a about the of polite manners and feudal disposi character will Iwar the 4nost scrupulous in as CHAPLAIN and PRIVATE SECRETARY to aGentleman of ivho is at ml ilrtssed to Cat Jamcss with necessary will be attended if likely to meet the iibjecf of the BRITISH HOUSE MARCH A Scots as brought r the escape gfa Vrpyucr from the fur the escape gfa Vr A model of the Prison on tbejr Lordships the Lord Adrbcatc arid Sir Sanracl Romflly had been the further jiridceedings were The Lovrer Cnnada1 Spirit Importation the Cape of Good Hope f rade Kegulattou Bill was brought up frum the and read a first The Irishftank NoUBill was received from the Com siirnifyiujf that tliey had conruritd iuthc amendments made by their in Army the House feels itincumbent to give a distinct and pointed opinion of the truth or falsehood of those on the propriety of this this debate was to be now CHANCELLOU of the EXCHEQUER if the Gentlemen on the other side of the House had no lie should wish to this Resolution for the purpose of substituting another in its hadnoobjectionhimself to its be iHNDRED STATE LOT IK K171S will In1 positively given to the NEW which is to rdm ihc of April THOU ITto tinFirstdrawn Irire above Fifteen I of and FIVE HUNDRED in I n Iiistdrawn Prize above Fifteen Pounds ut in addition to othtr 6 lu of 500 sliAicf are now Salt at theoMOfFi and facing liy THE SPIRIT OF ENGLISH AND POST CHAISE This Day was I email on a fine writing and embellished with a fineCaricature in extra rpHE SPIRIT of WIT being JL all entertaining budget of smart prize pointed ous droll sprightly sin burstsof curious aiivtrtifie flights of ciiusious of Inclndinc several original Jeu I do hold that the of wit an Jmerrimcnt are not yet tluit thcv wings of fancy are not yet and that our ancestorshave not said audiung allour gooki Recommendation in favour of this popular We have prrused this volume with considerable plea It contains a choice astPmblage of the good things of the and may be recommended as the best Volume of liirit reading now by Thomas Chcapwde aad may be had of sll booksellers and dealers in HOUSE OF MARCH 17 The Expiring Laws perpetual Bill was read a third and The Expiring Laws continuing Bill was read a third tind f A Message from the Lords acquainted the House that i ing withdrawn forthe purpose of and should not therefore trespass on the time of the T I 1 House by entering into any detail of his senti ments as to its Ifiweveiv other Gentlemen were of opinion that it should be he should certainly liis opinion on the its i l 1 1 in ed Rontivr tbe Royal MarineMutiny BiU was re and an Amendment proposed Charles Pole was An Account of the Interest on Outstanding iv Hundred State Lottery at i n which begins draw utti TS SHARES arc now selling i Luttory the Selume consists with the additional Free Gift of i loix of for the iit tier whole or in thulisdrawn i ill addition to the prize that it f soo like lay uf i without inipo an early purchojeis Sr JAM BttANSCOMft and it In lyittcry Hol 1 Piccadilly Strand the forlunalo n illo ttio Grand Prize of 5tK Whole iiv uf drawing the last State was sold one eighth and two sixteenths wise clip following capital pYizes in the two i iiis vrerp sold in 6ll i maltil lo and the only prize of that WARRENS CELEBRATED THE above celebrated Article is strbngly cXrtnraended to the not only astiic most agreeable perfumeto persons in but also as won derfully refreshing to those labouring under fevers of ill ness of any and particularly where disease is of that nature as not to admit of windows being kept open foraYiyleniijrh tf rirrie it puiifies completely the airofthe and diffuses likewise a delightful and mostre viving ixrfiiine throughthe whole of The concentrated Lavender Vinegar will remain perfectly un impaired in all it is therefore particularly re commended toall persons travelling to forcigi and to merchant sand captains of as a useful and bcuc lirial article of wholesale arid by at and Park in bottlesat each duty Tlic Public arc respectfully that Bubse quent to the retirement of f0ln their late house ehcapsidej the sale of the Lavender Vinegar has bfeti eitabiished at HigcB as the same der to prevent will tignccl bytlie proprietur f4f Sold an above the Oyygenaled Soda fur making1 Soda amount ever 577 Out of and VioitHUOf aud in former amounting to Vi Steriinir aad the fortunate ad Bills was referred to t heCdinniittco of and the Report thereon veasuvdsrcd to be consideration on Monday The Tebacco Importation Bill was read and ordered to be read a thud time on Monday HusKifsav brought up tbe Report of the Spirit Wash Bill ordered to be taken into consideration oh Monday Lord CASTLFREACH brought np an extract of alettcr from Lord Hawkesbnry to Sir Hew relative to the Campaign in Ordered to beprinteA PA moved for an Account of the Silver To kens issued by the Bank of iu circula Lord TEMPLE that as a considerable time had clnpsed since he niovcdfur a Return of the Losses sus tained by our Army during the late Campaign in he ilt himself under tbe necessity of renewing his His Lordship complained tliat he made hb Motion SB long ago as tlje fth of and tbere fbre he could not Help thinking thaLthe Returns ought to have been produced before of belit ved the delay had arisen fiom no neglect on the part of his but i was occa sioned solely by the difficulties in procuring the Returns from the diiVetcnf V Lord CASTLEarTACH assuredthe Noble Lord that the Returns would bo laid before the House ps soon as they could be but it impossiUu in Returns of such and passing v through siicba variety of de to bring laein forward at n No intentional delay had taken place in producing the Re turns required by the Noble for Certainly it was not the wish of hia Majestys Ministers to keep them back so far from this they had given directions to the different offices that they thoulA be But the Noble Lord should consider that the Papers he had moved for did not lie in one depart but were to be sought for iu the the aud tbe PaymasUrGenerars both at home and abroad and therefore the delay in pro curing the Returns was He how hesVionldbe able to lay tliem before the House vioos to the Lord tnaf some of th6 tant of the Kctnrns that he had asked easily be for the number of troops sent to distinguishing infantry cud the and the amount of tbe tonnage of transports Tke Lord said he considered it as order that which he conocivi might be of the EXCHEQUER he thought tliere could no objection to adopting the method he in order to get rid ot this Resolution by withdrawing it AJ the House had come the determination of by Resolution instead of and as he had no wish to rescind but merely to subbtitnto aacrtlier with a little in its room thought the purpose might be attained putting the question to a Gentlemen might have an opportunity of by on the new any alteratian or additioa they might choose to The substauceof the Resolution he was about to he wished to inake some That theHouse of Commons having appointed a Committee for the purpose of investigating the Conduct of the Commander in having carefully cou and weighed the evidence in support of the that while the minds of the couuiry formed a distinct the House of Commons only is tht place where no opinion hi 6 been and that should be the ly body of men who abstained from their real sense of the improprieties which liau been Lnless us uui duty it distinct opinion of the ubuses have been we be ashamed to look the Public in tlie With to the Letter from the Duke of York to the Houst itappeared to him to be the nut of his Royal Highness but of tiie Ca binet of Tlie Right on the other side of the Huubr hud accused vile wao brought forward tho charges now of having viser and cooler heads ihaii his It be lairly that the Uuke of York con sulted weaker heads than his for he would never have been so base and so mean as to writs such a which was evidently intended to form a ground for the present York vrould write to disdain in the charges alleged against waj to be wondered at but wiiy uot write at If judicious to write at he should have written in the lirst On it was a termwhich A RTIFICIAL made from a stance which docs not change co alleged of personal corruption and feel it expedient to pronounce distinct and final opinion of the truth or falsehood of such To this Resolution he wished to add general opinion find seuseofthe Tit no wish to force itsbeingwith if House had any buthe could see no reason why an oppositiqn should be givento such a TIEKNEY said that the strong objection to the Resolution as it was inasmuch as it would appear on the Journals of the from such a that there in tact nothing proved ayaiust his Royal either on the ground of criminal corrup tion or or in any other which shut out the possibility of giving an opinion on the other part of his that certainly de of the strongest In or this inconvenience he should pro that a general nature and substance ioT the should be in particularly the important He should not have the most distant objection to acquit his Royal Highnes not arist in the of tlie it was a wovdwhich had uo If die of a Peer had ii certainly would have had a But ibe letter was evidently not the writing of the bat of otiiw per sons very likely the Minister o Foreign fairs gave some If tins letter had not been there would beei uo ground for thy present and it was some how or that his Royal High ness should be cmitinned in But whatwill be the unless this Resoiutiou is unanimously agreed to He Tierhiy wasready to on that according his the Duke of York was not guilty of corrupt practices but there were many other Gtmtlemen whom might be and who would be obliged to declare by this vote what those opinions The verdict would be declared by and not as in coramou ju ries in courts of where the verdict once given was here in the minority would be found the names of many Members whose however must force them to give their but whose inclination would have led in a general to have screened his Royal Highness from how the Gentleman wishes to pursue ha no objection can be provided the riiviiuiiit in both the Holloway and iinliTown MKFT1NG of the Promoters of this nnivcned by pubVic at ihc and Vulture lAr into cuufiueratiou the meat effectual the design info agteeably to the Piirliameut U 1 iu the KI niiigtliL gitat North Roidlcad for time i ui loss ot ixccssive i usk in the summit of the Hill V been occasioned by line of and rfgrcat ilifruby Toreracdy these submUtcd tothis for an wiili the of a width and 10 allow also horses uid rcpass witli safety and considcrod Is of ralnilatedtoivMovcefiiectuaHythfefevifs lo increase the jtalue Of landed1 i parts of thu of MidoMesex and m the north of And np the report of Robert and tinestimate thaTtiie the desitni into wfll amount to I Pounds That subscriptions to raise of be opened at bauk Saiisom and Lombardstreet Price and ManVi6nhoilStSheet and West SinithfietdVand remitted a Subscriber for more than Tweaty Th t ho Shares be transferred until the Act j1 be lat tlie nccounts be opened withlhcseveral iur the fina of The Highgatsrhill that all cheques be signed by three of the That per be paid as rspcctive lKat the fallowing Gentlemen be appointed to iibtiiiii an Act for carryuif the tlesign Into that they beat liberty to addsther and that five of such Committee cousti VTittam Thomas William William and appears equal to skilfully placed one to a whole Teeth plaqcd from r asingle to a complete or rea sonable an easy method tofix a toptli firm witha theitump beevct so lates uneven and dfcayed spots to prevent the teeth from further from assists Dectitipn in Dentist attends dally from ten till at his where he performs oil operations on the Teeth and Gums with ease fixes the above Teeth so that they can be worn without Princes Cherry for and whitening tht keeping frOifl curinj thescurvy in the making the Gjinu nnd of a healthy is highly those who use give it the preference The Pr as a often finds thVcnamet TCcth de and the Gums worn by person constantly occasioned from the iandy ingre dients they ere Kenerally composed The is warranted pleasant to the and a siireprtvcntivc against all are incident to the Tcelh and ora dozen at wholesale and by the Qxfprdstiet and by ap prtintment Oxfordstreet Royal ExJ cbaupe and bymost Medicine Ujiited tlie HooSft Co7nmois that these Returns had not been produced aud was proceeding iu his speech when he interrupted by The vho the Noble Lord was as there was no question before of tin EXCHEQUER spoke 8t the point of Lord moved that the House do now General TARLETON seconded the The Gentleman thought Ministers blamable in not produced the Returns which were so anxiously desired by the and the Country at He was con vinced tley might beerr produced had Miuiaici s thought denied that there had been any improper delay on the part of Ministers Lord TEMPLE professed himself satisfied with the explanation given by the NODC Lord Cas provided the Returns were laid upon the table rjefore this day The CHANCELLOR of the he could hot suffer the subject u drop without tlie imroriet of jntroaucib onv of actual personal eorrnpVion or and to clear his public character from imputation for from the evidence be did conceive those charges had not been at all But the public private character of his Royal Highness were very character the people had no in In his private but in his public character their interest was very mate rially concerned it was probable he might one dav or otlier couic to the and if the charges exhibited against him of corruption were Bill of Exclusion must necessarily fol If the records on the Journals of the House stated tiie copdnct of the iu Chief to be it would ue degrading not to fol out their censure on louse may not be shut their opinions and passing the other partsof thJ conduct of his Royal from the proofs his removal from thesituation of Conrtnauder in Chief most necessarily If wa to be re gretted the Duke had not in the first which he might have done without any possible imputation against his and by such conduct he would saved a great deal of that unpleasant feeling which pervaded the House on the present A precedent of the occurred during the time of the Duke of who was charged with embe2ling in some overcharges on the supply of bread to his and Commissioners were appointed to try On that he was allowed to resign command it he had been no tlie impropriety of jntroaucib FOR PROMOTING AND PRESERVING THE ROYAL Ladies and of distinction and usetlUSSIA for moistening the hair when which is si andurwher to as to it tnKing to allpcHods promotes riie the ind restores t on halit roots ScvrralGcntlinen were after the Russia Oil the placus became iwarly with promotes atfd tolmng question the purpose of discussing H cosidered the Motion of the Noble as mere childs and uaworfhy low by a repre uniit any to hold tii head of military A genera A circulated HI Duke of had iu of reason whatever would have existedto have prevented his resuming the command on the other if he had been found nothing would have appeared on the1 Journals of the House as of t and Gcntjnnen wno Wear Artificial Hair will fiad the RtTSSU OIL raluaWe it gives it a nuturil rfosfcMBi it soft afld boatitifutT Itis gc at after peisons vf a BhtJttinie v artificial that and alvcr il L 111MW f iseasily Rufeia OTi 5t it fronr Ixaiiff as it Thehicli iWutafion tKcRursJa Oil has gamed for pnJ counterfeiter Ladies and to bcherit from the WHITBREAD vindicated hiaNoble Friend of the Right aod contended the coursehe had puvsued parliamentary and Lord FOLKESTONE that in proposing the of he had followed the of best Parliamentary was a ptecedent on the Journals of tiie Houfcfe of the candles be aadrthTs Motion occupied the House from even ing till daylight next when it was car ried in the that the candles should be Itwas Well known that such questions were only with to cover the dismission of other which were not ex actly vfituin the point of he had no objectiou to withdraw for certainly he never intended to it though he was persuaded it was withiu the strict rules of Parliatiientury On the MotioU of Lord Milr Chiirles Law rence Dundasj and Robert Lawrence Dun leave of absence for a on ac ioi of deathof anear DUKE moved the Order of the that he ire situation at the notion iad ttie a full ar division fbok plane at the of Thursday raghta He was desirous tsiia account that tiie case vas notyt disjjoseci He understood the Kight o amend the He could have ao whatever to disapr iovc its being withdrawn on that nor ne object to the Duke of York beiug ac iiiltcd of personal But he vrould hen come before the House as a public Func and it Royal Personages were to take he situations of Public they uust of as much as any other person and if the House neglected to express tneir condemnatiou of tine improprieties which hod time reprfarlyiw it cahaot be iripected toiave tiie dcsiied effecHf only 76 pr bottle confciining Tour It rarxy be proper to that fitim best l the tolls uriaiug footpasstu comptasatc tbose who be in projHaty in the it or SK guinea five Sold by ihe Xo by W VcrfumcT to his Majtsl V rieand PctTumers to her Bavlcy and Perfucvcrs to the Pnrice of acd Duke and Ihitcnesn of Royal and by moat Pcyfuincvs and Medicine Venders m Day resumingthe on the conduct of his Royal Highness the Commander in theQuestion for the con siderationof the House to V as humble Address having beeo and a Division having taken on the expediency by Address the the deterniuiaiion of procfrdiug by a to th0 tbllQwiug That Charges having been brought forward against his iloyarHighiiess Coiutnaudet iu accusing hipi of criinina1 Corrriptioa and cooaivaace at certoto been whole country woilld vstand up in The Resolution should tliat the House having considered va rious matters havetheught tit to acquit the Duke Yolk of personal corruption and and next they should proceed to ex amine hia conduct as Commander in At unless some amendment was the blouse might as well have adopted the mode of as The manner proposed by the Chancellor of the to declare at once the guilt Or innocence of tbe by there would have been no occasion to address his Majesty for his when he tad already as this case now best metliod to adopt would be to give a gential view of the case and udess the ot ihe Exchequer thought proper to come to this he snould not be allowed to with draw his BATHURST was of that the Rfso lutious piowosid by the Claiiceilor of the Ex clieiiutT waVsuch as compltteiy to answer the purposes of the if it was it to any Honourable to follow up that Resolution by any Amendment that might be thought BARHAM he would vote with greater atisfaction for the Resolution proposed by the Chancellor of the than for either oi he Addressea which had been moved by VVardle and He did not that the Resolution went to that extent injustice to ought to Nor would the public with A judgment so The Duke of although he might not he sivnple affirmative of aye or imposed in a painful would allow numbers feel on inclination to soften as much as possible to follow the beuf of their but must them to give an opinion which they to The Duke of as rcan3isentitled by rank to every respect he is man life who is both kind bene but it becomes Members of as a they owe to their consUtuenla however painful the of duty uiaj to take carethat public offices are not iilled by persons to character mosttrifling suspicion 13 Resolutiuh pro by the Right wds withdrawn ajid Housewoulf be lett in awkward Th House should recollect that the eyey of the coun try are Wit have beea absolutely have been guilty of guilty of migi rcat and deserve the strongest cen and this latter opinion the House might lw induced to follow up by expressing themselves in a Resolution to that Ke therefore propose the following Resolutions as expressive of the seathneuts he felt on the hub That the House is of the Commander ia Chief did not himself connive or participate in the practices alleged in the That the House is of the Commander in Chief has permitted an undue arising fiom a connection in itself Highly and by such conduct established aprecetlent to the great injuiv of tha and to the great scandal of his Majestys CARTWRIGHT if the House was of Royal Highnesswas not guilty of the Resolutions proposed by the Chancellor of tiie Exchequer was that which would least express the sense of Ke that there were of the charges against his Royal Highness which were and agreed in the suggestion of adopting the mildest method of sense ot the House An Honourable whose name we could not but who from the the he ;