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Day (Newspaper) - March 25, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY AT SIX PRICE FIRE and INSURANCE NIW Black VI of for INSURANCE frop and for the GRANT and PDR Insurance falling at be renewed within fifteen days from are according to the thU on tht Pre on Life Insurances and every facility intercut and convenience of ibt he Office end of JLon near the west side of and ASSURANCE Corner elicit to the following ad ii by 1i m of T i without any average JUT assure per pyr an damage by and to free of expence v maybe bad on application at the of 01 tu the in iud other aud of the United HENRY 800 with this Company arc that Politics expiring at Ladyday at this Office within fifteen receipts being ready agreeably to Insurances to nt 25 per i at per to at to Insurers with this without increase of charge for i or commission of on on insurances from to per to 15 per clause at for Life Insurance es very superior i PL i S U RANC L COMPAN I Annuities Lcm of M day be fiom i Persons injured this whose at ire respectfully in 1 primed of renewal are now ready 1ia Ihe the respective agents throughout the United ti the or procuring tobe uu have of it J m the for one allowed a considerable No of 30pL and v ui under that whea effect Hie years Or more nor for alte T deduction in the of by A brokerage ou us rs out of from to per and a liberal allowance on Lives and childrens endowments ou and others Hi on bringing life to this stock per By order of the WILLIAM present season year tun time of Terrain deposit or which speedily in the summer months become to can be uow easily the Chemical or any way disagreeable or i may be applied with case by any to many ami in the up s tho first bouses in the trade ru Nr the ot Basing and the that with the Estate Directory the Speculator Newspaper the or a person of tbe bame name in tiie uf Champney is confined to and by public or of debts aad of or trale He f that be hasny connection what above alluded or any specu useful Invention is entirely wdl adapted for Officers in the and Travellers in are i i ither Welch Wig or or awkward persons a tiie of throwing otf when 1 The Travellers Hair now i ul f tbe attention oT the j yi uf the with the of a 11 from its peculiar sits 10 the without any sort of springs be yut out of The Hair convenient for the They may 1 me ROBINSON aud Peruke Makers jl Highnesses Prince of Duke of ml to the Theatre l Oi to and travellers by will find incredible arl use of the Hair Caps attend the from above celebrated Article is strongly re to the not as the most I Hume to persons in but also as won to those labouring under fevers or ill y aud particularly the disease r as not to admit of windows being kept open 1 of time it purifies completely of the id diffuses likewise a delightful and most rc nr through the whole of the Uil Vinegar will perfectly un all it is therefore particularly rt u to all persons travelling te foreign and of as and benc Ji wholesale and by at his in bet ties a duty CT The Public are respectfully that o of Warren from it house of the of Vinegar has been established sells the same by that each bottle will and as above the Soda ISS nev of in with from approved ia open every day from nine in the morning till a MAN who accustomed to the Hosiery or pery Business a at WANTED to Purchase or to a small GENTEEL with about one to ten acres of to is of Lon don in the neighbourhood of Epsom would be The Hoase must contain two six post to Lon a YOUTH upwards of 14 Vears of in a Land Surveyors the he will the opportunity of learning the Profession its the art of the use of the the various branches of the a may he on March between tiie hours of nine Jind or letters addressed to will nicit with rarty PRIVATE PA RENTS and of to her domestic by receiving a jew whose might to them in a situation where they acquire every and ami where the arid of the children would solicitude of ad dress may be had at Old street CROYDON THE Trustees for rebuilding the Court House of the town of in the county of give That Persons desirous of contracting for tuu two Courts may deliver Proposals sealed up nt the Office of by three the afternoon uf the 3d dmy of April next 3 and they must attend a meeting of the Trus tees at the Kings at seven oclock in the the wime and he prepared with the names flf two Persons HS Sureties for the performance of the should their Tenders aud Specifications may seen in the mean by applying to or the at Croydon each Court mny be delivered greatest to superfluous hairs on the and ROSEATE IB ah elegant y to use price or two in one by he wholesale aad No Bowling nd Croydon Hcn aud Pall H Lan Portsmouth in every Good lo the new aud beautiful 460 fashionable town go coloured each worth 300 rich Brussels per yard 4110 yard 250 very ami the finest 10O India for per yard and go extra 3s 130 French cambrics from 20s to 3 guineas the piece iCo real Madras long ptr worth 3OOO a bargain 700 da and diaper table cloths at little more thau half price and 400 of the in the witi cheap at near the Pano will be to observe the name and aud the that Hundred STATE LOTTERY TICKETS will Iwi positively given to the adventurers in the new which is to commence ou the lath of next Oue Thousand to tbe first drawn Prize above fifteen pounds the first day of Draw and Five Hundred Tickets to the first Prize fifteen pounds on the second dny of in addition lo the other sou The Tickets Shares arc now on Sale at tlu old Of corner of facing the jate cf by aud Co tl e that ever sold in thaies s of sold in thet 10 oth Prizes uf and a in GRAND bears t liii f of lion Whole Tickets tiie First Prize 15 the Dny Fife Girt of 500 Whale Tickets Tor the Prize above the Second 4 of I 2 Prizes of I Ij i The value of the aboTe 1500 Tickets is i they may contain all the Capital Ticket nu Shares at present arc selling iu great hut owing to 150O Tickets beint locked up in the Bank of the above Free Gift there is every of ail the remainder sold the Wheel ROTS round a is recommended by I and wlm sold and the Two all iu in the Country inay be saine as if by their post nicd with rood Bauk or to STATE LOTTERY begins drawing Prize above 151 will be also a Prize of whole also a grand Prize of 500 whole They of include the following capital Prizes ire a Sharei are 3j St by whom a were sold in the j Frizes npO be LEASE of a HOUSE JL with ground and large kitchen garden elegantly fitted with every internal comfort and external at Crouch Hornsey with or without coach and at Extensive adapted for a Concern 9f within a few yards of with or without an excellent Dwelling TO be within a few doors of the most desirable A larpe wholesale very commodious three stories with or without a good family dwel COUNTRY HOUSE in the vici of only quarter of an hours walk from be on a singularly and con ten elegant fitted up in the Gothic with a good garden well and detached offices of every for a genteel It combines a rural retreat with all the advantages of the Cards of address to be had at corner of Extensive in the front of TO and Manufacturers requiring 11 large Plot of be LET ou desirably situate Church m with en trance to the extending to and having the ad vantage of a wide frontage in For particulars apply nt TO elegantly furnished for a few Months or a very convenient newly fitted up and furnished in tbe most fashionable fit for the immediate reception of a situate in further particulars and Tickets for apply to Auctioneer and House near the TO be Let on a substantial well built Brick Garden be ire and beautiful of Hampstead and the adjacent suitable for a Family immediate possession maybe B A few fixtures to be further ars and Tickets for apply at Samuel Qx Auctioneer aud near the AN advantageous tor an indus be LET and possession imme a capital Corner the and with spacious ware House and iu good situated in a popular and improvable rent only per which is nearly made by loggers the returns handsome reasonable the only reason the present pier is retiring from Particulars apply to where Leasehold Estates aud Public Houses may be vET or SOLD by PRIVATE y with a very desirable jold with excellent and large delightfully si at commanding beautiful and ex tensive aud well supplied with fine spring The house is genteelly fitted in good and contains a spacious suitable aad numerous domestic Particulars may be had on application to Throg TO be LET or an Elegant FREE HOLD about one mile from Croy containing wellproportioned aud every requisite for a genteel stabling for ten and standing for three excellent kitchen lawn and shrubberies tastefully laid all about six One or two th rds ot the money may remain on mortgage for a term of of the aud With Tickets be hod of Surveyor and House Bedford also of CURIOUS PRIZE 700 at per Dozen 40 Dozen of eight years iu at Cos py 10OO Dozen of French nt a Wine all the fullness and richness of old Per with the strength and Dozen of Dry German resembling Ma at 600 Dozen of excellent 400 Dozen uf seven years iu at 48 per Do to be Application to Army and Prize Agent LEAD AND SILVER DE Thomas Lord of ic Abraham rHE particulars attending the Mag and Riches of these are without pa Authentic that during the reign of they worked with tbe greatest suc cess by the at which time the steam and mechanical inventions now used in were In Hie latter putt of the Mines were solely on account of the then impossibility of off the water and which period Uie bot of the hare not been It is therefore the decided of persona of the first re and knowledge were an at tempt uow made to work these highly profitable return must inevitably be A Company is now and nearly for that purpose tu which the Gentlemen have become The peculiar to under taking willbe such as are seldom offered to the and th plan upon which it will be conducted is intended to be free from those objections to which mining specula tions in general are also the are to the veins awl the riches of the ore already ascertained but as a detail wouldbe too long for an the following statement can only be The Proprietors have divided the Shares of a portion of are now selling to the at the price of per Each purchaser to advance the sum of per to be employed the price of shares and this deposit to be at the into the hands of Bank 1ondon who will place the same in the of the Trustees a further payment of share will be at the expiration months after the close of the making alto gether an advance of Islt only ou each and which will be for the purposes and call can be except with the concurrence of the to be expressed at a public a explanatory of may be had on application at SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT Lucrative Batchers Shop in a principal Market in the TO be disposed of a very beneficial CON which iias been years established in a respectable ut be a LEASEHOLD CUl with large well with fruit two two coach with loft and servants room to situated in si years of the lease at Christmas on the or at A Capital new erected HOUSE and PRE MISES Copyhold of Inheritance in Country now occupied by the who is de sirous of continuing tenant upon a aad will give the a rent that be full per upon the purchase clear of every other and to treat for the apply Id Mr TO be for 1400 two com plete FREEHOLD with redeemed are calculated for large respectable built within these two years und it is pre that they will pay the purchaser s per for the half of which may remain years on approved apply to Ro bert LEASE of aHO situate m h JL pleasant and healthy within twenty miles of with the goodwill of the trade in the shopkeeping established many and very the neighbourhood being extensive eight years vent aud taxes Tery Possession may be had immediately to be taken at a further particulars inquire of Great OAK Bj HOPKINS and ABOUT Twenty Load of OAK in the for water and may be bought in Email or large to Hotel and By and most convenient Pre Fj particularly adapted for a or in which linethey were formerly commanding an advantageous situation in one 61 the greatest public avenues of within three mi walk of the Exchange and Public where a house of that description it now much may be had of Auc near the Royal Elegant Freehold with Sta for 12 numerous spacious walled and By A Most desirable with every appendage for s family of the first the gardens grounds are and the premises in perfect particulars to view the may be had of Mary Axer and of Mercantile Residence near the Royal By A Spacious aud capital Leasehold Brick advantageously situated Jn the preferable part of handsomely fitted and in good containing eight an exceeding good or and numerous domes tic Term four a mo derate apply to A Newly erected with Six Acres of situated on a gentle commanding rich and picturesque The premises ou the principal 21 by 17 35 by 17 and gentle each about 17 feet On the upper are four good with three smaller There are also three servants apart with communicating to the but distinct from the principal Chamber Tlie domestic offices are appropriate and conve with tabling for four drying garden and shrub tastefully laid and furnished with plants of the best land may be had if and part of the may remain on Tickets aud further nt Royal and Old between 10 and To be elegant detached in a remarkably dry healthy in complete containing neat two china and on tbe ground floor five bedrooms aud up stairs de cottage with appropriate rooms for servants bakehouse and dairy with coach and granary and every requisite an excellent garden with and abundance of good both and with about ten acres of productive and handsomely wherein there ir goori stable The land freehold and tythe free coaches to and from London and water carriage twice a Distance from Hyde 17 and harriers in the immediate possession may be Particulars apply to or by letter post paid to James A MARTIN HUFF CAT to be This extraordinary animal was taken out of a nest in a wood in and is undoubtedly the only one of the species ever seen in Europe tiie hair is uncommonly and the colour of the the small noise it makes is exactly like that and altogether re it in ita but its large and extreme is equally Jike the common To be seen corner of on Monday and from 12 to and to prevent improper admittance IRE and VERS to keep from other and vermin the wire a free circulation of by which dressed or un victuals may bo kept twice the time as in any thing else are found of the greatest use in the East and West and other hot countries to captains of families going into the country for the summer will find them exceedingly to be seen in great variety at and Wire Work large of brass wire fireguards and feu patterns of their strone I light fences for i a portable far preferable te for durability and Wirework for and and made to any BRITISH HOUSE OF MARCH The Royal Assent was given tu several public and pii va e Bills by The Lords Commissioners the Lord Lord Lord t The Earl of LIVERPOOL laid on tho table of the returns of the of the of in Por MULTIPLICITY OF Lord AUCKLAND to draw attention of the House tu the unusual number of bills had been in the House of It to uo less than since the beginning of tins Ic was im possible diat a proper degree of should have bestowed upon uich of and it was equally impossible for the House of Lords to graut the advantage of not merely on account of num but because they were seldom brought for consideration the Peers ot the un til nearly the close of the supported the observation of liis Noble of which com and long beerr a Tile number of which were the House of so that it bad frt m copying them had been Jed by into most dangerous He the peti tion of a Clerk of that praying for its cm ed a clause in a law which had passed with the hicli he tiie House of Lotels to give tip all judicature of country they were it was time to put an end to such It was a fact last more lie bills from the up before this House only three ie close of the when v of its Members could not bo on of the public busings in which He hoped that when his Nobie motion have been would come to u or frame a for the purpose of the recurrence of aid dangerous The agreed with the two Noble Lords had spoken on tiie importance of the subject which they had laid before the He at the same tnat the of wealth in country had a increase of The source ot u s evil a great Their being Drought late from the Commons carried advantage along with its it prevented this House from m ir instead of attending to the more import nt of foreign Lord MoiRA wished that his Mi in this House should prevail over colleagues in the to check the too rpa progress of The Duke of NORFOLK thought that the attendance of many Members would tu atthe close if instead of being prorogued as late as wore tu open its as it in Lord AUCKLAND moved that be appointed to enquire into the passed In tho year twentynine Bills had been parcel during the whole sittings of both and in less than three had already met the sanction of the The LORD CHANCELLOR thought the subject worthy of deep consideration and on this ac count wished the Noble Lord to defer his Mo which ivas FERROL Lord AUCKLAND then moved for the tions sent to the British Generals in Spain with regard to the squadron lying at which nad been suffered to fall into the hands of the as he did not think it possible for his Ministers to have neglected taking such meu sares would have secured such a valuable squa on account of the number of the ships of which it was and the tion of the harbour in which they could fail to prove a dangerous weapon in the hands of our Lord that Admiral Da Courcy having applied to the Admiral manding at in order tKat the ships be removed to a more secure received for that Ferrol was a strong place which could defend and that it was thought more conducive to the interest of the Spanish that they should remain Acting as the not the masters of it was after such an that any violent measure should taken to enforce what nas thought by the Spaniards contrary to the interests of their The expressed his fears fur the security of the squadron at the loss of which would probably be palliated in the same Lord GREY admired the sudden forbearance of with regard to securing the fleets of their allies through violent The Earl of LIVERPOOL had always thought the squadron at Ferrol of the highest impor He wished the Noble Lord not to press his Motion at and had no when time should allow all tjie information promised to be it would be found that and fair and honourable means had been employed to secure that that He also gave that he thought should be empowered by bV Majesty to lay on the on Monday the treaty concluded with the After a few observations from Lord Buck Lord Lord Auckland agreed to withdrawals Lord DARN LEY since he had en tered the that no opposition would be made to the Motions of had given uo
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