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Day (Newspaper) - January 14, 1809, London, Middlesex FKICE IN AID O THE SPANISH City of London I HE COMMITTEE appointed on the 9th of i by the Merchants and Inhabitants of to the Application of aGeneral Subfcription ai I brae Spaiiirii DOW ftrupgling in the to defend tl1 ir I unit ry a foreign and cruel In ranuordifoiaiyi duty without making an ear i Appeal to Uie attention of cucir generous Countrymen J raijii in behalf of a Nation and a Caufc fo imercCiing all the iympathics of people contending for their and from fortipi tyranny ami in its in all its national iijucl and by political and commercial rcfts and ro bcclofciyconqedlcdin alliance and with Great and now frruggHng with hcroit In a common agiinft a common jnJ mult formidable in the arduous con flict the jreatrft and enduring the fcvcrcft pri furcly ftrong claims of rvery kind on every habitant of thefc and though tlie greateft exertions with thu general approbation of this fiv Cnvcrnmcnt to atlord the mod and ritcctual aids of military and for the maintenance and fupport Spunifh troops together with the fuccour of large of Britilh it is till that the generous of tbe popular and fuclr further ni various as a general and liberal Subfcription cjunnt but have an effect animating and con iniiiiE tu the Spaniih arid convincing to the Spanifh and of the perfect union in opinion fentinicnt which on this fubjeetfubfifls throughout thefe IK Committee with the jjoofl ex ample of the public Corporations and And of the Inhabitants of the will be followed by the principal and Diftri3s United King in order to form together an offering worthy of the great caterer which it Ii character and afnucnoedttheJiuipire which prefents fit to be ac cepted by thViaJllUt and highfpiritcd na to whofe it is Amount of SSbltripobhs adrertifrd ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTION o o I o 10 6 By FIVE SHARES in the Weft Middlefex Water and Six Shares in the Auction Particulars may he had of afhis Office fo the Sale of Shares and Kings Armspaflage Three Ladies io 10 q TorayRS Dickens to o o Elizabeth 33s A contribution From Ladies at a party in Graysinn io 3 6 Icvre and io IO O by Down Samuel Curtis SI o o and lie Suiifcriptions are received at the at and all the Bankers in London and Lifts of Subfcriptions are reidy forSabfcribcrs and others at the City of London on Twelfth by Wartill Mafter and Mifs Wardill I Mifc Tohiifon o Two Maid and three Men Senants o 15 Samuel Curtis si CORPORATION OF THE AMICABLE SOCIETY TOR INSURANCE UPON INSTITUTED BV CHARTER OF QUEEN ANNO rpHE DIRECTORS hold a at the JL So Ictys Houfe in every Eleven for tbe Admiffion of Mem bers under the additional Charter lately granted by his Ma jefty for further extending to tbe Public the benefits of this By Or4er of the Court of JOHN SUPERIOR At hii Cornet of GREAT TURNSTILE preat fhtisfaction inbeinp able to an HAS nounce to the he alter incurring conCdcraWe eipeucc in the employ oj tbe A SPLENDID PRINTED Of fixed an4 theuv end vhich are adapted to the prclent mode combines every of moft ex quifite andriegant and from the and AfiaticSchools ofTaftc and difplays an infinite variety of rich Qarnafk Printed in Scar Blue Celeftcand Royal and other peculiarly adaplcu for Drawingroom and Dining and Break f aft with eorrefpotidrng Borders Medallions for Chair to match and an extenfive afibrtment of Plain of fall colours and Plain and Bordered KEK ETjtiitsand forlhe varied purpofcs of ele gant in rtbmitting the above to the infpcdlinnof the the fupcrior quality of kis and the Very Icrw price he is as a Manufacturer and Proprietor to relies he hall fccurc a continuance of has been his ambition to A frethfnpply of Patterns from the Manufactory may be feen every Wednesday and at his Warchoufe above referred The Trade are alfo To PAWNBROKERS and on Friday out of Phil lipss Aiiction a Quarto The HISTORY of MODERN with Platcsibound in Whoever will give information to fo that the offender may his receive TWENTY GUINEAS in ailduion to the Reward offered by the Select Society of New SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT FASHIONABLE Superbly AN elegant LEASEHOLD with domestic fituate on the cafl fide of Baker The repair fitted with modern and fupcrbly furniflcd within the lift is mo and are fully competent to the accommoda tion of a rcpc5lable For further particulars apply to 73 COUNTY OF By HARRY PHILLIPS p perty of a Gentleman redding in held on lives renewable for at a yearly chief rent of an a fine of a years rent on the of each and now let on improved rents amounting annually to TTJL fituation is within two nvilcs of the Town in the Further particulars may be known at Pbltlipss New GENTEEL SUKREY SIDE of WEST By THE LEASE ofa Genteel BHck DWEL dcfuably Yittutc thcSurrcyfid of Wcftminflcr containing five bedchambers drawing two COB and wine vaults held for a term of 19 at pe May be viewed by application to 4 Kingsarms and Weftroad To SHOEMAKERS and LEASE and GOODWILL of old JL cfUhlifiieJ moft admirably Ctuattdfor trade being in one of the principal ftrcets of the The pur chiifer will not be compelled to take any part of the flock in and half of the money required Yopthelcafc rmfy b paid by at fix and twelve Every further particular nfay be hid on application to Mr John IN a Retail Grocers a YoungMan who has lived fome time in to To PARENTS and AN APPRENTICE to an a lad o rcfpedable Premium will be expected For further particulars apply to Upholder Great Marylebone LITERARY LONDON C AMUEL TIPPER reflectfully begs leave to O give that the Firft Nfimber of the Near Review under the above conducted by is now in the in conformity to tlie terms ex prcfTrd in the will be fubraiuccl tcitfac Public in the fifft week of February or as neap to that as the care and attention due to the novelty and imporunrt 01 the plan will admit This Work will be publifhed with the names o the in at Five Shillings is price in MEDICINE conuining a brief JVjL Expofition of the principal Difcovcrics and Doctrines have occafioaed the recent Advancement of MEDICAL with Stridturqs on the prcfcot State of ME DICAL and an Inquiry how fir the Principles of the Healing Art may become the Subjects of jinprofef fiOnaJ Media quodammodu inter BrDAViD Member of the Royal College of and Author of the Medical Articles in Gregory s liucy Printed for Samtiel and fold William This Day is in embellilhcd with a Map of tlicHoly price MENTORI AN on Sacred and Moral Subjects adapted tn tlie of Juvenile To which arc fomc Original wifcellaneous By ANN Author of Printed for and Patcrnof SPANISH LACE DRESSES in Britilh J oint warranted to Patent Net andJJlack with new and oksant ami fleevcs complete coloured traafparent Ball with worked burden sflbrtment of cologrtd half Kerchiefs and including Winerra gold and Clver Kerchiefs and entire new alfo lung and fhort in Black Lace Britito Ppint the whole at prices confMenbly lower my other fapuoYiabfe three doors from Great Furniture and India iahawi VJ real India ifiug Terr rrncU reduced in 396 twilled Sartenet including every fafluonjblc the I7obeutifnl Figured at JQJ Pieces of feft sr per 300 rich Crimfort and Scarlet Ground 1000Pieces real Chintz really at worth ijoo Pieces ColauredCalicoei warranccdfail regularly charged by Furniture Shops 500 Quilts and fron 5 boxesof riffi under parti cular regularly advancing at leaft per yard under the Richards f Standing for Private at the City handforne light V 3 fa fiiionaVlc lipht Dog Very handfome light greet very elegant fourijhecl Carnage for Very eTegaut light with back light a Ditto family ligbt Very rund fome krab Very handfome Umily Chaife with cooveniency lor Light green Very Klndfome Iecon3hand Very handfomt ig Chaife with frcondhaud with haniefs la green Chaife with yellow bodied with black fccondtiaml with Very clcgantdog patent fitted up ii the firft Good frcondhan4 Chaife with hir Handfomf yellow Chaifewith Good fecondhand Chaiff wiCh Gkxl with 4ouble A fecondhatid 31 A great variety Cbaifcsof differentde fcriptiuni for public fale Smlc flays for Horiei TuelOays and This Day One price HTHE CHRONICLE of the Rodrigo Diaz De From the By ROBERT coniprifesall that is contained in the 1ofm of the the Chronicle and the General clc of King Alonzo andalfo a Sketch of the previous Hii tory of The Chronicle of the or the Hiftory of the Life and Adventures of juflly celebrated uireat all times worthy of tranllatcd into Hnglidi for iiur of the lovers of novrlry but at the prclcut pe riod they arc particularly as exhibiting traits of national which may find fome real parallels i romantic tiJacobin Printed for and Pater Of whom m jy be by the fame loan of 3d 2 ibolfcap 1 jth Thalaba the i Amadis of id z foolfcap Metrical ind other i Spccimehi of the Later Englifli 3 Paimarinof EDITION OF This Day is handfomely printed in price In a new Edition of MARMION a Tale of FLOBDEN By WALTER Author of Lay of the Miaftrei Printed for Archibald Conftable and Ediuburgh and William John LITERARY I THE NEW This Day is MAN and WIFE f THAN ONE a Ccftni forming atthe Printed for Richard Phi fold by Goddarcl and Chapp ftreet andhy all Of whom The Soldiers I price Tbe 7th 6d SHCRETS ailftsper and ciyBond Ml A A This in a thick cor rcfponjing with the tothe Houfe of price in A BIOGRAPHICALINDEXtotheHOUSE tX of PEERS Characters of the chief Members of each and tbe Pnblic Conduct and Parliamentary CharaiSjaciF the LivlNO on abew and improved By the EDITOR of the the HOUSEef Inftead cccding formation or rational tbe prefent Work abounds in anecdote and hMJCUfceltdtr to the It is preeifely the kihfl of wxirk lindct the name a Ills always been fought but which It and Thomas Crad dockand CornhllH to be had alfo of all Of whom may be Ifc fame Biographi cal Index to Houfe of price in corrected to the prefeut I Mme tuc without sad devoid of ufeftiljn THE NEW HOtfSE Of is price i in in or i calf a wul greatly improved A BIOGRAPHICAL iNDEXto the prefent HOUSE of COMMONS cintainingcprre5l Noticci of thtf tile Familyand Scnr tovial and otfter ill tue of the prdljflt Connaynf Houfe of Tilis complete contains Anecdotw ofthtf jis aCLERK in a iflBSrhoufejar in a wheise kccan a injzMati ylsirS cSf nee whohas bcerl accu Writtr can havf a chafjufjer from in town for letter poft at will bjmme jdlitely attended CHANDLERS in Che Neighbourhoodof Wuite TO LET a newly erected contam iogfercn with well accuftomed SHOP in the fora terrnbf M at the oo 4crate rent of per more than which is mad by very Coming in will not exceed Further particulars may be known on application THE REAL JAPAN Made by DAY and invaluable with half fhe i ufual prcidures moftbriniant Jet black ever peculiar ilouriflimenttbtte win not foil the fineft is pfrJciSly free any uupleafam and will retain itl virtues in Sold wholesale by Day and at oj Hfgh Holbsfri retail by 7 Tavittncfc ftreet Swallowftreet FjnchJinc the prihcipaj anc la every TiWn the United in lode price NERVOUS COM ESSENCE ufcful Medicineis re commended feyfevcral etninent nejrvand in conftant with many Ierfons of ihertdftuA rank and It relieves nnd the dantion of fits of the confiningthem gating the parbxyfms it leianvca tkofe Three with Ufr rjgfit of of Primed for PanMall Cornhill and CraddpeS jjnd AveMarialane and to he had of allBiioHreBferi Of may bt TChimes either volume Merooin of Public Chiiaxflcrs between the years 1798 and per in emhelllrticdwith numeraw And an Index to Mouft of Peers on a fimilar piice This Day a pew confiderably extend ed and large price in A NIMAL BIOBiRAPHY Anecdotes and Curious jieHtiveto the and economy of Animal colleaed from works of authority in ajl from cxpenfive books of Natural ftow Voyages and and from The whole clafled and ar ranged according to ifce Fellow of the LinnsSn and late of JegCj work hai competent ing in the entire conapafs of Its tranfjation into the Trench its repubUcarion in and the faleof focceffive edition at are fo many demonftrative proofs of tbt high eftimation in which it is held by by conductors of feminaries of educa and by the public at Printed for Richard Black andto be bad of all Of whom may be Tic Elements of Natural for tlie ufe of Schools and young with engraved reprefentationi of two hundred By the Rector of price or with the plates toms ariflng from of the ftpmach anft ancT oppifcffiifh after catrag in ner vous complaints nTwairbs and invigorates creates apjjetiWV affiili and thereby ftrcngthens Prepared bythd fnyentpr and his MajeityV Cftemiflj late of Taviftoekftreet and fold arxJretatl byHoetTorh and HayTriarket foldatfo Bacon and Oxford ftreet Shaw and Hdwa and Newbcry and PauTs Chdrchyard and Royil Cornhiii Barclay and Fleetmarket High Holborn and the principal Medicine Venders throughout the United in bottles at and None can be genuine but what is figncd on the label of this article the Great prodjtfe a clamour sirnongft and confeduently accelerate the repeal nf the Orders in faid he would ex amine tlis a and fee if all tlie evil Sequences which opched On hirti ac ofrhe palfagc of rht cmburjo not likely to be He liad liiniec1 a e of them at that but the bill had the a Math of forejaminaribnj and ilijrrj time n one affording nf limeforthe This article of fcottori ufoc not only but by Frince and other nations on the beina grown in Europe Wuft be tranfporied by wdter Tliis being the who would not be moft likely fiippffcd with it Not the continental powers who fo little commerce afloat iW iriy neutrals to con it to them for tha United States were the only neutral which of late traded and now the embargo tvas had no chAnee of getting except by the precarious captifres made by her To Great Bfltairt there was left the uhola comrherce of the world arid and her merchants were the only Wotrjd riot thefc carriers fuppiy their own Ihanufacliiref Would theyfuffer tfotton go elfewbere t themielves were fnpplied America was i onljreotmtry where cotton was raifed for feen ib account of whole cargo brought ihtrj theace etported froin SENATE OF UNITED Tliis being the tried the the fpllowing offered by Hill That it is eipediejit that ihe An aft laying an ftips zind veflels in the port United andthe aclsfappknieh tary be be appointed to that Hillhoufe the reporter the ijenate hnuTe had tvas then and tfteertbafgii fr A NEW CONTEMPORARY in a large Octavo price lis in embellished Portrai PUBLIC CHARACTERS of 180910 or FULL ad ACCURATE MEMOIRS of various erfons difUnguiSied In the Waiki of Public in the the the Army and j and the Among th Pecfons of whom there apoeaf biographical iccountsin theprcfcnt yoluiheare the following Biftiop qf Sir Marquis of Lord Lqrd Sir Chicf Juiticc Marquis of Earl of Lord Colonel Governor Sir Samuel General Sir Bifiifip of General Gtptain Sir Rtl SpciKer MfcTUraer Sir Alexander The unparalleled fuccefs which has attended the publica Jon of nine volumes tf the abovementioned the rapid falc of taany thewlsnd copies of fucccffive large JEdi 11 render unnecefiary any further explanation of its approved ind highly uCcful 1imc conferred a feature on thispnblica t which it could and the wnfpar rig fcythc of death early with fomcfew a Necrology or Obitoary Of de patfeU In thuupoinl ofview tHe work exhibits new clirims to general inletcll and as every fuccfeffive Jidi tiun been carefully Tevifed the work may be generally received M a Biographical Hiftory of the prcfent TT was viewed fay her He allflded to the declaration of fatisfaftion at this con tained in a late French and made many obfervations tending to fhew that it was not a meafure of hoftility or as applied to On England it had little or no effedh fources were If deprived of a fuppiy of grain fire could obtain it The Barbary powers were at witli France and at peace with who might thence wheat in any quantity he Great Bri was a nation with the whole world before her her commerce fpread over every and flie had accefs to almoft every port and Could America expect to larve this nation It a an idle As to their Well India i they raifed Indian corn all their fugar plantations could be converted into corn and would any man fay thut they wsuld becaufe they could not get fuperfine flour Was this a necellary of life without which they could not fnbfift On the a pronortion of the American people fubiifted on and enjoy ed as good health as if they eat nothing but the fineft of wheat The moment people under ftood that they could not get thir fup plies from a cuftomary they would look out for it in another and ample time had been given to them to make arrangements for this A man of the firfl refpectability in the with a good Cotton was al as elfewhere andthts Great that the States might btfb impolitic as to keep on the emr had carried whole cargoes of the beft cfct ton feed for the purpofe of raifiiip cottdff at her GreatBaitain had pofleffions in every climate oii the and cotton did like the fturdy require forty or fifty years to ar at maturity but if would produce plentiful fuppiy in a when this rjatfori found America refortvng to meafures to coerce fhe had taken look out for iipplieS in and with the command of all the cotton on the globe that went ts could we expect to coerce her by withholding ours faid no j all the inconvenience which he could feel from our meafure had ready been borne and Great Britain was turn ing her attention to every part of the globe to fupplies which Ihe was wont tc get that Ihe might notbe reduced condition of making duce us to repeal our own and pjirchafeSn by telling us that we had pon which we could wield to her xvifbed to know of if We not experience enough to know that Bri tain was not to be threatened into compliance a rod of coercion Let us examine ourfelves faid for if we trace our genealogy wefhaH find that we defcend fror them they is there an Amgriran that Xo them I hope not j and neither will that trorrr defciSrfSjfl be driven from theic however by This of operating on thofe nations hich had been violating our was fraught with evils and privations to TT the people of the United States They were the And have we faid he adopted tie monkifh plan of fcourging ourfelves for the fins of others He hoped not and having made the nnd found that it had not produced its efFeJh they would abandon it as a meaiure wholly inefficient as totheob jefts intended by and as having weakened the great hold which had on Great Britain for her fuppofed dependence on us ior raw mate Some gentlemen appeared to build up expec tations o7 the etnciency ofthisfyftem by an ad dition to it of a nonintercuurle treated this as a futile They fhould how ever examine it fcrioufly not like children fhut tkeir eyes to Great Britain was not the only nation in and manufactured more or and moft of them had the excluflve fuppiy of whofs manufactures they had heretofore referved to Whie we had enjoyed the carrv ing we had fupplied the deficiency in navi gation of thofe nations and ail the inconveni The Editor hall that Cnce the commencement ef lative to Pub the wiflics of in gratifying a hndaWecnriofity relative to Pub lic he in no fatistiad SCO ITS POETTICAL in This BaiSntync formly with the XJoarto Edition of the Eighth price iL 6A and a few copiei on Royal price of LAY of the LAST a X i wiia and Lyrical By WALTER Printed for and Paternof terrow and Of whom may by tke fame prtntctffcy The Lay of the Laft A tu in i Ballads and Lyrical in I Toi id price in The Miqilrelfy of the ScortiQj The 3d n 3 Svorpricc lL l Romance of the Thirteenth imiugc price in extra Printed for and to be had of all Bookfellers and Dealers in Of whom maybe Editions of or all the former fine price in JUVENILE This day are published in Two I with Se ventythree price or in One Vo neatly bouudiprice ANCIENT and MODERN JT adapted for the Ufe of By EDWARD The Fables here prefenteJ to the Public are little infteadof being compreffed in five or fix lines liic thofe of the Greek The learner is intercfted in the fate of the whether human or brute and the language it fuch ai aa affectionate parent would employ to a child without No leading objccl it introduced each has an appropriate and dif tina explanation and the youtfcfol under the feni is infenfibty Initiated ia the firft rn dinicntj of natural ancient and the knowledge of Printed for at the Juvenile to be had of ail Bookfel cheap this work is juft jrice for univerlal tbeftiacwork from Its eafy and natural ftTlej be footed peculiarly eligible U a firft book u the ftudycf that lufgifcv town in which lived had been there dur ing this under the PrefiJents permil What accounts did he bring rhnt the trade in and live articles of great export from and comprifing not only the product of that but of parts of the neighbouring would be entirely defeat ed that where they had formerly fent an hun dred hogiheadsof they would not now 6nd vent for ten and thatfrom South where cattle had in times part been killed merely for their hides and cattle in abundance could be Were thefe people to be ftarvcd when they could actually purchffe cheaper I now from other places than they had formerly done from us The only confequence would and that too feverely that we fhould lofe our markets the embargo thus producing not only prefent prt vationsand but permanent The United States would have loft the chance of ob taining future they would have loft their and ten nor years would place them on the fame footing as faid the Weft Indians wsVd have learnt that they can do without us they can raife provifions cheaper on their own plantarions than we can fell them and knowing they would never re fort to Though we might retain a part of this thebeft part would beloftfor The trade would not be worth purfuing though this might anfwer one purpofe intended by the em and which was not 1 Having confidered the article of provifions as important to various parts of the faid he would now mm to another It had been very triumphanuy that the want propriy ence felt for the of it ceaied becaufe we itep ped in and aided This trade had been cut and perhaps it was not a trade which the energies of the nation fhould be embarked in Who was there now to fuppiy all thefe various ufed to be fupplied by us None but the fole miltreis of the Whole products then would Great liiitain carry Would ihe carry produfls of other nations and let her own manu faclnres flarve and this exchifion from ihe colonies of other leaving her merchants the fole carriers of the pro duced a greater vent for her manufactures than the whole nnantity confumed in the United was arguing upon the ground that the United States would confume none of her in of a he was young when the old nonin tercourfe took but he remembered ii and had then his ideas on the The Bri army was ac their burning their towns and ravaging the at asmuch patnotifm exidcd as now but Britifh fabrics were received and cunfumed to asgreat an extent as before the The armies could not get frefh from but they got them by paying higher prices in guineas for them than was paid by our govern j ment in ragged continental paper When the country was in want and could j get ii for onefourth price fromthe what was the confequence all ihe zealous pa this tarring and and meting in moba ibdeftroy their neighbours trty becaufe he could chmk A
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