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Day (Newspaper) - May 19, 1809, London, Middlesex PARLIAMENT T HOUSEOF MAY the appenl of White on a Error Court ofKiugs Beucbi beard at the bar against tlie appUca id threw some severe remarks on Mri Clif r bringing hefdrc the House a case which Ldro charge the Judge the Court Ejnch not only with but with Clifford vindicated himself and the jus jLiiscause in an able yd STANHOPE censured the manner in Clifford had been treated by hisoppo Vorbort giving on a with of which he was not well Justice andJLord opposed the application andthe qties fins put the sentence ofthe Courtwas con HOUSE OF MAY i from the Auditor of Accotrata1 Office prtiW of the accounts which bad not tnat uptn the Stb of January last SINCLAIR moved that a Committee be eil to iuquire into practetlingH in relation to the which of llie different counties of under n oft liat and to report upon the same to moved for leave to bring in aBillforpro the faiuilice of ruluntcers aud baUptted men in the Irish resolved i into a Committee on the Militia Completion and the report wnA ordifred ii rreerveri The Removal Bill was reada second to be committed ou Wednesday TO CAPTAIN A r previous to making his tmri for a monument to be to the of Captain the itry on the Jotirnate of the of April r to a monument voted by the Hcrosettr Blonde The entry was accordingly read and the vletnber that in framing his present mo he had been entirely guided by theprece which they had just heard read from the He owned nis inability to do justice tinmerits of Captain and hoped House would hirn their usuul indol he endeavoured to maln abrief re appjlatiou services of that galldut Hardinge commenced at the of Acre under Sir Sydney and by aud bravery acquired the esteem id friendship of that distinguished officer He commanded a ortthe coast aod was orre ofthose who receired the of a gold medal from the Grand iiis services on that His next ap to the Terrorbomb vessel em ployed off and there too he distin guished himself in a very remarkable after the commencement ofthe present he was promoted into the stationed off the coast where lie warded and took the Atalantu Jutchibrig of a vessel greatly superior in number of guiis il inea to his exploit was spoken by all the naval men with whom he had ever iiviTsed on the asone of the most i achievements oftlie kind that had r occurred in our uavul abound r even us they do in acts of T action hr was made Post appointed Fiorenzo in viiich vessel lie to the East Indies thi enemy bad for time comrait serious depredations on OUT commerce in and Captain Hardinge was ordered 1 oruae and was at length fortu enoughto with An which vas renewed on tliree successive The frigate La Piedmontaise superior to the both number and weight of her guns and having on hoard at the time the engage 551 and while the Fiorenzo owing To sickness sliort of her bad onlyISO on g this dieparityof the enemy in the iml cugwyement and Captain Hardinge i in the hour of The IT reading extracts frorn letters from r General Admiral Earl who all bojte tlie Cit testimony to the gallantly andirteritbf concluded with tliat i Address be presenUd tohb his Majesty would graciously be ucu to direct a monuinentbc erected Cathedral Church of Pauls y of Captain Greorge Nicbolas Hardihgei for services in the course ofaahortiat and assurittjj nis Majesty thatthe would make good charge WTNPHAM sUid itwas to the but bethought Such mtfrks ihlicgratitiKle oujht only to be bestowed oa fvt national Lord supported as did who ruDved previous Aftera few observalaofas 11 Sir Charles the motion for the previous question negatived without a antl motion carried con OFTOE LORDS RELATIVE TO called use to VQ order which recently been contain criiniioaJJ parti He that thi order wient to trench apon the privileges the Homeof efcy could onlyJx considered pnfific His Lordship concluded that a Coffimfttee be appointed to scafclithe Journals of Lordsfor any ill ing upon the com meucemeiit of the present Session relative io Divorce and to report tlie same to the The motion was opposed by the Chancello of the Exchequer Brownj and Mr and sup ported by Windhami S and when the House Sir MosSLET wished know tb Cliancellbr whether Colbne Gordon liad gvyeaj tile fond transferred to him at Chelsea TJeput the question more The CH ftf tifc ER deoiec ihafhe had givea atiy such and tha tbe retention or dereliction land weult chiefly depend the resolution of the Boait of Controul the The rEiriERAt moved for leave to bring fn a Bill to alter and amend the Act ofthe 39th of for preventing the estkbjish niSntor certainTJebatkig for pecu niary without The amend ment bepropofted merely to leave out ccr tattr wards in referred to the 36th of the Kingupon the same but wliict nad do substantial depeddeneempon the terms o several from Ponsonby and leave given to a Bill On the motion of theSears iri Partiantent refeif and 01 the questionfor leftrrilig it to a Committee to Trie CH of the EXCHEQUEB statec at fundamental objections he jntant tlie Bill in the Thuy three as to the in ivnich the otfence in tbe the means proposed to be adopted for pttDictijng the crime and the was intended to the of a imilar Hetiiougiit it necessary to state tutse objections in order that Gentlemorr might be prepared in the next stage of tbe Bj 11 to combat CiiKWEJl bimsclt to meet all the iu as uLio did inj some acqdenUj and tue cfguattjM in bajtr talkwt df this man killed aad34 soijieof severely A during the of whicbTnost of these kJcideM irre jo be atributed and jis juVt who was blown inti A dfitathment of Uie Brst battalion of his from drttancey sufficient time to contributeto the safety and a party of the crewvbf snip under the of the personal 1 Captain Cerswlio were such bnt tlie zeal1 and iiitre djflracteristic of 1 ite not heard that there are there any of the lire being more than his Majestys by his lericys of his Majesty V this The usual salute was The A 8l9th from of Good pper tbe south i i i island for the beating up agninstcon tniryWinds of thesouthwest not yet reached this After some further Bragge Dennis Lord and the Bill ftns ordered be committed WHAKTOM brought up ofthe Committee the Resolution bciiig readby uiie WIHTBOEAD objected to the Loan pro posed for the Prince Regent and expressed a strong conviction itwouid never be either principal or He would much rather give his Consent to the gift than the The of the EXCHEQUER fhe was not fully convinced the and the interest wouldbe he should not have uegociated report of tbe Committee of Ways aad VIeans was thenbrought On tlie motion of tne second reading ofthe WHiTBREko rose tir repeat his objections o tbe piaa proposed for the Lotteryfor Sfe pre followed the same line of Had a for 5fl and entered into a Ifitail of all those miseries arising to society b y he adnption of a rneasuns ao TtrioUs and impbl He pictured ingtoomy terms dnwe melan cfaoly proofiioTlhe tVtith 6f Iiis so nu merous in Rjeport of the Conirnittee ap ointed to iuVesfigale the abuses of the ie said that in Trance and Holland bfopi rereTJubRcly licensed as a source of public eveft iri Ertgland in the year Ii iutilar were and what was most the Bishop of Winchester was the patron of those places of public prostitu He should much rather1 see tlie Chancellor i tne Exchequer at the aich than nfi propagitor aboiiliWble i ilu Sir TITRTON deTended tbe plan ofthe JtiaiKrelror WrantfAM of tbfe Aen ered of the his result and noittb die ut wbicfe be sboaldrCi stajy to TlTeflight lenuuLtben which the en suing Lottery wasto which he said was to be accomplished in one WrLBEEfoncE and Sir SAMUEL RoMlL LY deprecated the existence of a Lottery assun TerBXve of the an3 conducive to most vicious and horrid FABINGTON urso opposedthe The House M In i f he a Gomtnittee on fr Irish Distillery when a ojf sojrre warmtlLiooK and dis posed Extract of letfeKfrolia the jjWd JLprd vr this otf board tys Majestys 8iti About five ocloii a opt in sotne time wore a very formidable threat ened Hie destruction of mowt of the bouses in that very gart On tut alarm reaching the the Second battalion of his Majesty the immedi ate command marched to most ljkely to communicate tta immediately de It wiH be lately Readers a between ike Chinese Government iund tbe British Merchaots resident at The inclosed extract of a Iftfrr Prince of Waless Island wHfvbe found interesting7 I The ship Sulciogny left gth nuj arrKvd foth accvuHts m letters rccefelto by represent the Cliinest OH greatly alarmedjtfnie apiiear onceof tbo British sUipsiof tfar the troops at Thcjr iu tlm established Cases requiring resorted to ade ind intercourse with shipping at China aad ao thhs Orlldr tsbtOnstftiltif iuKrinij thafthe isual Supplies of prgTiijons ircrf fp he seat off to the is the la the noparitiau hat had stifijilarci embarkation of the Brituh troops fhrtu as the only cowlitiOntm which tlieyVrofiii conseut io rcgew fhe Sacb ahipf us had completedtheir auO ready for were ships only ircreia tbjjt the Baringuud TheV taHerf from Sfacaoi Jth The Meet of In liauea which arrived At the stb truold Bedetnlocd there front the andtheonJer mrti the exirting continued tnVrhc same friendly botiof wtththf Cbiuesoni was hopeii jcliered that tbe grounJs of difference would be satixfac arnuigcdintbr cotlrseuF fhe Atueticab bios were at qf present ac There bad been no nmviU America for couie time Dollun Wexe Uy owing to tbe nonarrival of specie ftpm private arcoants frofcPenaiig represent tbe rade of that settlement apd other articles much in wing to the nonintercourse with tbe EXTBACT A POST werereeeived Try the Ad miral from wbtf is crunring at the Salutes pf three ships of the line with On the receipt ofthat Jir put to with we snips wereat iu our number with the will she of thej Juitignaj rjill assist mjuction Jf the leet and baa oined by two fngatea fast arrived itha cbu ihere that he mthooi bringirig the whole of to be va 4imionof with which had been threatened since redujction of this and proVes were dy wrong in oh atlKey hare berorepjrofccned that they rein our Geuerafs fo at On tbe GeneralLaconr gave proofs jf and Oo lonelLatariatoil placed I hi artillery and contributed much to tbe happyissue of af t and tbe principal4nWie fnnctionAriH of Sollzbtirg to to implore meucy of the Emperor their MajrsJy gave theni Iiisassurance they Ebon hi come updcr lie dominion of of engaged to take nicasnref foKiecallm the fotff haltallcfhs ofthe militia fud of a part weie dispersed aud The headquarters are tobe thisday removed lo rvr At were found wjtb ra tions of aadtiooo sacks of TtefCirde of Ried has furnished three battniinna for the but the greater part of them arc returned again to their liabi cf The of Austria he was at when he tte defeat of his The inKutntnots the The rhmons volunteers of Vienna passed tbroagb this uJace their defeat at LandShor away their and carrying with all their terror to Oh the of April au Imperial Decree was publish ed in the declaring the ports ty be open to tbe the treaties wiih ibis ancient and against tbfe commou eneAy Oeneral lias taken a battalign of 1000 trten between ATthain rind Thin bWtalion was without On the approach of oar tKey an attempt to fire with their small bnt being Surrounded 6u afl skies bythe were obliged lay down their c His Majesty c mscd several brigades of1 light cavalry tn Jsin review at add among other those of esge Dannstadt at whoscappcaraine he was pleased to express bis General uuder whose command tbe corps undented Seysral of to whom his Majesty WHS pleased to grant decuration of the Legion of LAW approved of thobglu aboiis ratjon in tbjjj oitttQf the 13 and bill cf TJiejfury twjnd THE A prosecution for an ibn ci person of name of William that he went to the house wherethj lives Brcwkscdurf Who its a Bailiffs fol assistant to F and which followers ter saidj her father had n su ranees in the Lottery and for iri whtcll his daughter had assisted there was also a acquainted in this family Ae kept a ladjs school the prosecutor he cf the defiiudairt for tbe called a which was a he insared au gained but paid with some blows instead pf a He itoffff he did not nor had ever heard of sBch 3 as nrofley taken for to intiorm illegal traiisartionS ra the that Brackley had been five but that he to business of a sued it for the last 20 afeid would net believe him on 4 The after some diKlfetatioii Not COURT OF KINGS MAY tITTIMOS BEFORE LORD ELLEVBOROUOH IK WEST MINSTER WOOD This was an action by overseer of a parish in the county of Susses against the a for additional expenceattenciing the rearing of an illegitimate oT which the defendant was tbe father for which the defendant Jidd given a bond tothe overseer not onfeof those had been too mucbm oi taking tn occasions of this for a cerlaia SB to of moheyi find then fofWe overseerto chargeof and theparty heard no rnbre of it such were illgiail fotAgs saye thejiarty its bond was gores foj the main tenance of a upon deftndarrt had paid biit afurther strm of about attherate of half a crown a After gome evidence was gone the plaintiff consented a venlicf SPENCER Gurroio statwf this 16 be an action for rent of a lodging whicfi the defendanttodfc of the plaintifl in at Jie rent ofO guineas per uunum j were eJgarrtly fitted no with the best of which the who haltbeen an us he butwho had or persuaded his patients that lie had a nostrum gaye him great ad vantage as an This action was brought to recover Jboth Jbr dnCj and damages dotit to thcfurnititrcwhiletlie defendant was HI bbuse instead of using the kitchen for culinary Ixid turuetl the drawtttg to those cooked victuals on an elegant bright and polislnd steel stove hadoper rated on his patients on the by rubbing them with his patients being ersoDs of the meanest It apr by the the furniture of hese apartments was andthat it had eengreatlyillnsed by the defendant tke most moderate to replace oneof the vitnesses estimated on tbe part oiLthe hat the which hisLeardej FlfCnd iad received to call the defendant a quack pnght not to hare been they Mot There talked of but the reaaon i endant resUted it that the deeleration a aiiiing fS was of enormous with defendant ought to be 4a8drerf the pluintin7 haddelivered in a bill of to the iffer attend ing a was ordered to be at rft was ordered to beamtivded gave t at of the on befiSltof the cat itUlownat last te 301 p resist a npt charged with he lett upoa the counter when Vie tJent ind the plaintiffifed to forego the consent and this was provedby a wLo made the agreement between Lord thought that die esti mate of the damage doueto the furniture most moderate he thongJbt it Ijave a aiufsb he presumed the Jftry would have for the iirhitarfc was most shaiufcfolljs the dei ad proved parties camp added on account of laintiif nstistbe sonre a could refit the apartments with f His Xordxoip dij An action supplied to the defendants that the action commencedteb sfabnfc joe that the plaintiff had agreed to give cffedrtantii a house in Mountstreet should 1 tue of which tne defendant it receive in right ofhis wife nd which he actuallyreceive on the in defiance of this agreement chtised to arrest the defendant on the of MarbBJ This was clearly proved by Mrr Edward frrrtidj wh5 married the defendants wifes sister that the plaintiff had agreed to waft for his rijffnfef until wa4 said ivould probably be about the March of iVliss an thfe fendants I Fry 1 ff T the plaintiff at the Mfl Mudford was after the ariesV I asfcedSfft how be came to think of arresting He said he ior what lie had rot be wai nev he nerer arrested aorty fork indefed he believed life body fieweat from fiis LordfitLisiiafdHbDOtf thorJgbtr trris Vas a decisive answer to the present Mri sjiid he stood Upon raFes of Jajf as defwn in a case to jjtj fofuiid 4tV aat in which it iad been held that the iuing out a writ wasf inlaw deeoied the a for that it was iflly bfingftig the defendajU into Court trmt the meucement of asuit the he liltas it appeared on ike Kisi Tfeathere die indeed sued sot Lord it certainly anda very hard ase it isi Park that thiswas playing off the justice against t he For a Ufougb d man might engage for a debt on eon dltipn of not having an action brought againit nim until a given he might be Jrrestetl incur all the incon veniences of a sothat the plaintiff did ttmeyras Lord it certainly was a grievous but it was and there Was no help except that a counter This was extremely unhaudsome con dtict on tbepan ofthe plaintiff His Lordship recommended a Juror de tlndevtaking not a briuga fUrtHer litigation by tvon Id pay own But Gafrow coul4 ftot altliough ofifefed fbr the plainfiff COPRT OF MAY SITTINGS and OOMi recbver a patent garden chfrgedwas sap ftaxeni In dfefeiice it was cori f Centered into a to pay him jffie sheftj of the buildings but paid into subseijttently agretd for mo fJefeStpenie of fitting up the interior iienfs of and irrg nests arid roosts m the and also fpr erecting a and a of a the latter of which an extra charge of bad been made by the pteintifii Sir JAMES in surpmihg up the tnnt jn a coie trfedbefore bim the 3afy had when a bniTder held oat trai JOf an alteration any Woyld not arnount to a paiucutar h Although the tvas Jn entitled to verdict for the fi ;