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Day (Newspaper) - May 13, 1809, London, Middlesex MomING i PRICE of this f be preached in the Parish Church on Sunday May Bishop of Hiilinww tile Duke of GlOtCESTER lias i his iutcntiou of attending Diriuc Ser ITI i of Institution are todinc with lie City of Lon3uu on ii jvist fonr oclpck precisely ii tUu of 11 Eirl of 1 in Perry Hollo Lord Artlcii LorJ Spencer Sir mil AUenhim Sir and Sir Sir W cilia Bart H aiul Thoiuns Thomas CliarUs Frrdrric Syniifnilsj William John Mark after 01liAsT liNDIA rlKltefini support with which I have i claims more tlian couinion ackiioxv I want toexpress the grateful emo illy fiiturc cuiiduct alone can justify solemnly pledge roy ly tile must unremitting in ttc management vf your iianj ul the iUlpnrtant trqst von hare contidcd frotitmle fur tinfavourable cou i liavibeen pleased to express on the first i Jeferecce and i honour to Ladies and Your and obeJient T lllli WILUAM DUTCH T The Orders were published v in on the 2d jtholir has given orders that in be given to the of the trained on the 28th March by the trt Mrp under the command of the Mar shal Duke of at over the ar under the command of tlie General Ten thousand Spa niail have been and made prisoners bv our light and the rest hy in the best manner they The vhoL the number of 25 with 6 fell in The greater of and Staffofficers were left M the Spanish LitttfeiiantX3etieral Don Frajncisco de Frias was found among the d id severely The army ot and a part of that of AiHnlusia by this fortunate aimihi of Belluuagives the praise to the Generals and II troops under his Our in comparison to that oftlie enemy appears as day cost in kilkil and wounded hot more than 300 We are indebted for to the timsity of our and tlie spirit with which lacy are This victory secures us the conquest of An the whole of which will shortly be in iUKiaMuii of our of ilie and MajorGeneral of his Caibulic AWL i eMi1uiiy five couriers here from the at three to two 10 the bring Ue that the Imperial at reviewed by the Empe who immediately afterwards set out for where great events are expected to The headquarters of the Emperor will to be at A part of the troops haye entvad Tlie corps under Charles has taken a at but Hb tbe corps qf tlie Prince of Popfe rvo is marching upon it is riotprobuble i he Austriajis remain LieiitenantGpneral Baron Wredc has passed Inn uiili his division ut The 2500 u of the Imperial together with 1000 ptiudierb of the arrived on the 25tn were the next morning conveyed M and passed On the day of the battle of the TnKiTi gave for the word March9J APRIL 17 Austrians hfeve already commenced hos ts against the Duchy of 0 i the 15th the Ferdinand to the Polish Minister at a printed declaration of the 14th of together with a in which he informed him that aS after thelnparture of die messenger who the bearer of he should advance into l e Duchy of Warsaw with the Austrian enemy hastakeupossession bftheTroh r towa Nowemittstcf on thjs side of the river on the direct road to miles A fter the receipt of the declaratton war extraordinary was was the cav take the chief Wesbprtly expect to that a corps of in conse quence of the Austrian declaration of and the violation of the Polish has entered Several skirmishes have already taken place between the Austrian and Polish advanced and we daily expect a general battle in the vici nity of APRIL The Government has published the following Proclamation Frederick by the of King of and Dnfec of l kuows tlirt Autn4y without or any imfiicient lias foe come time made imch and platedniuiself in sucli a menacing that her uciglibours caonpt neglect assnniing a posture of Now has under theidle of anticipating an rfe larcd war against the Enipcior of the and Cing of and lias tlie territory of the Coii edonrtioii of the of which his Imperial and Royal is the Tills unjust id tack obliged us 6 uuite vitli our illustrious oiVd flic Princes our for our general Todny has the iourt of withdat any previous declaration of caused its troops to advnuec Gallirin into our luchy of who in thcii marcli liave iiutrijutrd teudiog to alienate our the in lahilauts of tLjb fiouj their lawful Such arc the measures with which Austria has roui People yoor lovt for us is as well aa that vchich we bear to you and we vinced that you in a lively the i o uur illustrious and to our allies iLni will unite your endeavours to to I yvic country from the fete which it is eudcnvcnrcd or take up arms with couniltnii ia Jivine Providence against Her iujusiicc shall e puuisheil by the invincible arm of the great 3ur which is ahvaily raised to npel the and ireparc for yon the in order to a durable which is our wish nud uud that f nil Royal May By letters from we hate received ail of a sanguinary fdiigbt onthe IQth between the brave the Aus rian which was three times as strong as but the iesue as is not We nly that tlie fifteen hundred Saxons who lad joined the of Prince couoht aiid1 did great injury to the nemy by their PORTUGUESE out for annyj in oraet the rivec which left IJnylaiMlwiUi Sjr Arthur but iwe are not yet certain that such is the Several more Generals and Governors have been detected in acta of and there is every reason to suppose this country would have been if tlie Portuguese soldiers not placed the command of British It is said the Governor ef Sau tareu has bceii seat prisoner here by Genera APRIL AVe hftve lately received in this port large quantities of other warlike the generous Englibli nation has edtis that the wYiich took his Excellency Don Pedro iBeVallbstd is speedily to Cf turn curgo of muskets and April BRITISH BAUAJOSl APRIL Thefollowiijg is theanswer returned by An tonio de the Governor of to rhe ummons made on the part of the Duke of Bcl uno for the surrender of the received the letter ut your of ttie SJ in you require me on the part of his Excellency the Marshal Duke of Commander of he army uf Imperial Royal to deliver up to its disposal this place but having the honour to coin maud a and a people distinguished for their ho and fidelity to their lawfjil Don Fer nando I mustassarc your Excellency tmt we are all determined shed the last of our rather than ie wanting in themost minute degree to what we owe to our and God preserve your EsceUeucy uotmy AXTOMO DE APRIL Private intelligence has been stating that our army is perfectly concentrated that its advanced parties have reached but that the commanding General continues in where he expects reinforcements from With the greatest horror we inform you that Generals La and have been discovered to be having sold tlie army of Andalusia as well as that of General It has been discovered that the agree ment was made with a Colonel of French ca but we are happy to say thatevery ne cessary precaution has been taken to prevent its taking The post from Sevillehas not yet but it is not true has left that The French from Talavera and We to be lieve that they have got intelligfeKe of men having joined General Cuesta but we have not yet received official accounts of Gene ral Ctiesta informs thathis headquarters arc at aud he hopes to have au action with the APRIL Letters from Elvas that letters from Madrid have been received contain information in consequence of an attempt made riy the French to carryoff the young withan intention to cfinipel them to serve in inhabitants rose upoti the and put it to the The same let ters that the French headquarters have been removed from Merida farther into the inte in consequence of unpleasant news received other of Letters from that his Excel lency General BlakeaYrived there the 6th of last audtmmediaielypnrsued his march to Catalonia Orders have been given by theSupreme Junta of for appointed to sail re gularly Spain and in order to facilitate the commuuicatipn and intercourse with APRIL A gentleman lias arrived who left Qpot to who the Frencfe is sued Proclamations after plundering the inha bitants apd lavishing the women for three declaringthat every protection should te given to the people tlftGeneralsthere are Been received from that in Chief theMarquis cisco arnjy of are m WW Ifcnded some troops OB the HOUSE OF MAY The Royal Assent by Commission given to tle iollowiug Bills JLocal Militiii the Admiralty Drofts Records the Sugar and many other chiefly in all The Com missioners tlie LORD and Severaf private Bills iLIL brought up from the and read he iiist Lord DAUNLEY adverted to what had be ue mentionedrespecting whose ap pointment he disapproved ofv on account of course of I andwhose proceedings he pre to disrju4ltFyJiim from any that he ivas not to be noininatoU again to such a situa he forbore to mukchis promised The Earl of thathe knew of no aucli understaadiiig usthat whichthe No ble Lord had fie disap proved of Freres conduct in some particu lars but to acknowledge the his jifjier His foimer Matliidfcould not be properly urged as any objetftTou to his present appoint Lord reserved his and waited forthe event of new appointment of atsix HOUSE OF 1 MAY The attended by several went np to the Ikuse of Peers to iieaisjtlie Royal Assent given by ii the Lpcul IMilijia the Scotch ilccord ilc Kavuf Compassiunate Fund and several cejtti poods nuty probibiteJ into GreatTJritain countries with his Hcnl a to be read a seCpnd time va iirouglit in a Bill to prevent Smuggling in ui Guernsey and Read a firit tiinivisid oiileruki to bereada kceond time on The of EXCHEQUER brought in a BUI to small Livings from the Land Tax Ucait a first aud Ordered to be read d second time on CANNING presented a copy of a Convention be tween his Majesty and the King kigncd Stockholm ou the lit of Oidered to lie on the CANNING he took this opportunity to that no payments bad been made to Sweden snbsequent to the first The present relative condition of the tyro countries did not allow him to say than that it was not ia the contemplation of Government to send out any fiiitber sums to WHITBBEAD moved that there be laid before the House an account of all Foreign Of with the dates of their and present the extra allowances made to and the reasons for and the state of their Lord CASTLEREAGH objected to the produc tion of the returns moved pu the ground that it might produce inconveninceto tbe individuals whose names would be brought WHITBIIEAD he could not conceive that aily inconvenience conld arise from the pro duction of the lists he had asked si nee it was well known to every person the names of all the ForeignOfficers inonr euipfoy wer6 publish ed monthly in tfie Army with draw his but take tiitfsence of the House upon After a few words from Mft the House For Against if 34 Majority against tlir Motidu 25 The CHAitcBLtoRoftbe EXCHEQUER tnoted that tbe Swedish Treaty be referred to the Com mittee of The EXCHEQUER moved the of day for to resohe itaelf into a to cousiiUr of a supply to be bich being the Treaty between his Majesty and theJSngf opSwecletf be referred to yie said ordered that Message on triat subject be The CHAScELtoabf the stated profiose a resolution for votiny a sum Qf ffr tits sicflian Blajesty in There was an engagement for allowing Uje earn of and of which and which He shold iiarjyajait ifejbajijd his Kight Mr had this day laid beforethe Heiise by which we had stipulated to attbrd to the King of Sweden per The different instalments had been and only the sum of remained unpaid an GSORGE PONSOKBY asked to what day the of that subsidy was made Secretary CANNING that the pay menthad been made up for the tlvree ot and March he ob served that from the relativesituation of tho two no communication had ef late been tliouyJit rit to be iTheCHANCELLOu of the alluded from tlie ulptfnthis sub on the opening of the present inti omting a on tlie partof his that the same sum us had been afforded te his Swedish And also to the Address oTffie House of assenting to that wishj so expressed by his n visions of the had not men fakl on table as it was profiubls it might tie found necessary to make some modifi cations of the on accountof the relative situation and engagements between the two But nothing had occurred to enable fhe Government of this country to make any further communication on relative situation of this country and further than that no more than payment for the last three months had been actually made on the present since it was signed The Resolution was then pnt and on that of the engagement with his Sicilian Ma for as wellns that of to his Majesty The House lcing the report of the Committee of Supply was ordered to be received CQMJUTTEE OF AXD EXCHKQUEK that the order of the day for resolving into a Committee of Ways and Means should be Oil the motion of the CHANCEUWR of EXCHEQUER for the Speaker leavingthe PARS EL and that before the Chancellor of the Exchequerproposed the Re it was his intention te introduce in the Cortimiltee of IVays requi site that Members should havethe means in their possession pf obtaining ecety necesfearyinforma For this purpose he conceived it proper that certain public accounts not yet laid before the House should be Those he ap prehended were absolutely esuentialj to the due understanding of the and without them theHouse would be called on to vote for Resolu when they were not ID possession ot the in formation which was nectssary to elucidate the matter in He therefore begged to sub mit to the Right Honourable Gentleman whe ther it would not be expedient tp postpone the consideration of the subject tilt tbey accounts were HUSKISSON said there were many ac counts which were of such a nature that it was impossible to produce them on an earlier He cwuld not agree with the Gentleman in the expediency of postponing the Budget beyond the present which later than on former when it was cus tomary to bring forward the and some times so early as the month but scarcely ever after the 25th of at which time it was impossible to produce a greater num ber of accounts than were now before the Sir JOHN NEWPORT said he did not conceive there could be any difficulty in furnishing to the House the necessary documents for its informa and that Members found considerable dif ficulty iu obtaining an investigation of the ac which were laid on the table of the House for when they expressed a desire of pe rusing they were generally told that they sent to the Hi deprecated such obstacles being tJirown in the wayofattaining information on subjects so Tte SPEARER said3 he believed the Gentleman was somewhat erroneous in the State ment he had as to the difficulty of obtain ing a accounts produced to the it being usual to laypn thetubleadul plicate of could be tfiattfigure ami consequently somedelay irfthat must be jSic JOHN said he was not aware of the aud apologized for his V After some further remarks fromthfe lor of the and Par the Speaker The CHANCELLOR of the then that in the Committee the it wasvhis wisbrfc call their attention to the contract which ra tified this morningby the Treasury fora Loano he should notwastfe their time by any introductory proceed to discharge his important by laying before the House the statement of the Supplies for the service of the present and the Ways an Means for answering those charges This subject be conceived too interesting in itself to re quire any The RightHghi Gentleman then recited the different heads of Supply anii Ways asTfoBows Ordnance i 49 SEPARATE CHARGES OF GREAT Deficiency of Malt thity for Interest ou lixcliccjrier Bills for IflWjtuiJ S per cents for tu lie Total XJwJuct Irish Prupoiliuu of Supply and Civil Total to bedcflayed by Great WAYS Daty on Jf alt and CuapprOpriatcd Snrplus of tbe CfiusuHMatfd FilliJ to 5tli of Sujjiiiu of aiid Means Excess Billsj of the lyth ot the present after reserving a aufficiout to piljcrff issued by the At of the tuc remamUei having been Excess of Ditto tkc present SesT sious of ParlianVDtjrcsiWing tjifficicot ni pay off iWnrdliy an Art the yrrt of the present remain der having been JL i Exclicfjaer LUls ba votiot Repnyreeat of part of the sum advanced i Total Ways and TTflUe of t Total Joint i 3 Surplus of Ways and After thus reciting the various heads of Sup ply and Ways and MeuuS for tlie the Right Gentleman to state to the Committee the nature the Loan which had beeu contracted He that the gross amount of tlie Loan was eleven Uiijltoti of which was for the scrvke of three millions for six hundred thou sund far the service ot Portugal The ffcrms on which the Loan was accomplished were part in the three and four per and part by long annuities foor per reduced three per ahnuiticsi autl long ahniiiiies yar evtvy dred pounds subscribed He had pe culiar satisfactioa in observing to the that thid was subscribed to rb an interest of no more than per hundred a rale of interest this country had hurdly ever been able to borrow money in its most prosperous resptrt to the loan of to the payment of the interest of that sum at 5 Ac and the reduction of the debt itself vns c cured on the revenue of the Island and the produce of the which ti be seat to ttiis anl vested in Ue haiuU ot agents appointed by for the pur pose of liquidating the Tne Gentleman then contrasted the It i ins of the Loan of the present year with that of tho The Loan of last year for he wuS contracted for at an intcresr of per whereus in the although it an increased it was obtiiined at per From this difference felt peculiar pleasure in that the country had not felt any depression from the oc currences of the last rather evinced aspirit of dependance on the p rospectotthfe which was a happy presageto more satisfeetovy and at was net reduced ia its whatever other itjcdnvenieocea it mightlabour He felt sincere Beatification tbe pleasing that the Loan had been finallyclosed at a pre mium of one and a half per cent The Right Honl Gentleman then dbsisied that he had now stated to the Committee the amount of the charges of the according to the supplies which had been as as the ways and means for defraying them and lie had to explain to the Committee the particulars of the funds which were to be created in the present which were to the amount of as appeared bjr the terms of the the course of the last he had slated what appeared to hidi to be likely to he required iu the way of Here he took a view of the system which had been pro posed by his predecessor in oifrcej oa the siibjecfc of defraying the interest atad charges of asystenrwhieh dfd hqlcall for immediate andby which it was pro posed to prqceed without jbirrthensi and wjileh syBtfetoi jviiatever ffie real nierjt of it was proposedby Lord at a tioje when nor tnufth reason for ihkiicingi tfiafcciur ex pences would haxabeen fathe now find tng to lay taxes in the Ootirseof fic yetherflight ineijt m which it expedient to and necessary to on of far ther bflrthena HtJintrit that as to the produce of tttatojr which lie proposeA to pro vide f5r without it was fothim t6 say priest Biil ppw in its piigreW tke House for and iroi the desired and that to regxilate Systepff6r tke consoli datfpu tf the ipoh which it uppa Jie obseniitidns which he hafl ferthend bgen the the pro diieepf die customs con spiidatiou a year the same consolidation was to be adapted with regufd to the entertained hopes jthat it would the sanift that sum of from the amount of the charges of thg JhSeiit there wotitfdfreinahi tu tie and tothat ejitmi he Tticqnt tu propose that war taxes shoilld be reaojted la j aud thenlievrajcojitidenf then provided slid means thp present supply of that of the cou dated customs aiia the aud ;