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   Day (Newspaper) - January 19, 1809, London, Middlesex                                JANUARY E SUBSCRIPTIONS IS AfD OF THE SPANISH City of COMMITTEE appointed on the 9th of by die Merchants and of 1 to Ilic Application of a Genera Sublcriptioli ivcSpanifii now in the foreign and cruel In tlut without making an ear the atteiitirin oi tlieir generous Countrymen in lvliilf of a Nation and a Caufe fo intcrcRing ic of r coiitLndiiig for their and rim foreign tyranny and in it in its national I 3rd by political anj commercial J to be clofely connected in alliance and Great and now itruggling vith in a common againft a common tdrmidablc in the arduous con the and endnring the fevcreft pri i furely ftrong claims of every kind on every Vbiunt oithefeifhnds and though the greatcft exertions with thr general approbation of this bcenmade 1 to afford the moft and r u 1 of military and for the maintenance and fupport troops together with the fuccour of large j Vor Dritifli it is ftill rhat the generous of the popular and fuch further nt varlus kinK 2 general and liberal Subfcription can n hrt have an effect animating and con o nd convincing to the Kpanifh of the perfect nnion in opinion rd which on this fubjcctfublifts throughout thcfe i with that the good ei of the public Corporations aad and of the will be followed by the and Diflriils of the United King f in o form together an offering worthy of the which it is the high character and ii rhc Empire which prcfcnts fit to be ac thi and highfpiritcd na M brjve defenders it rs of Subfcriptioni advcrtiCcd ADDITIONAL R F 10 a o i Alderman O I Krdhcad Pcnry 51 10 o NorthagCi and Hardwicke 51 10 o AT LLOYoji i o 10 10 j i O 10 IO O Annt Prohy Laloncl per Clark and Diffbn ubfcripiions arc received at the Manfion at and ali the Bankers in London and Lifts of Subfcriptions are ready for Subfcribers and other cttbc of London RErUGE or the ANNIVERSARY His Royal Highnefithc Dnkeof HPHE and Friends of this will dine together at the City of in J 1 komas FrancS Becfton Dinner on Table at Six oClock 1XVN1EL Tickets Twelve Shillings each to be had of Trca the the at the Rsfuge the Circhinlinej and at the bar of tu AS Jtrvants will be admitted bat thofd of the and the Tbpufand Five Hundred TICICETS will be given the Firft and Second Day of drawinr GRAND STATE which begins on the of AFEJI befidestbe undtrmentioucu Prizes of are 4 2 2 6 10 50 44 Vo too 50 15 15 April n I Thurfday April 27 Friday April n Saturday April 19 The Contraiitors have Permiffion of the Lords ofthe to make a FREE GIFT of 1500 Whole Tickets in Addition to the Prizes in the FIRST FREE GIFT of 13C3 WHOLE for the firftdrawn Prize above the JJurn i bers of which are as to to to to to 8joi lOjJOI to to tO to to SECOND FREE GIFT of 500 WHOLE for the firfl drawn Prize the Nura of which arc as follows to to to J t6 to J Tickets and Shares are felling at every LJcenfcd Lottery SECOND TVyflSSES and HODGES the ho JJ rtouf of acquainting Parents and that Hcir PREPAOATOfey SEMINARY for Yottnr Gen from the age of Three to will open on the ijil of Jjnudry The houfe and prcrrtifes are fitted P in a luperinr and eminently adapted for the Bnr A ijaiitcd are to whom the great i attention wiU be not only to their 1 nit to health and further particulars may be known at Pall bo LET or an elejjant FREE L about One Mile from Croy c containing Well proportioncd and every r ijuifitc convenitnce for a genteel Jlabling for and ftanding for three excellent fhrubberies taftefully laid two all above fix One or twothirds of the money may remain on mortgasc for a term of Iirketsand particulars to be had of THE REAL JAPAN Made by DAY and PHIS invaluable with half the 1 ufual thi moft jet blcckcycr williiot 1 the fined is perfectly free from and vrttl retain its virtues in any Sold and at the High Holborn retail TsviJlock S wallowftreel inefaIanc the principal and Oilmen hi the WKl Town trironghont United in ftoee SCALES BY EKIVATECOiVTUACT GOLDENLANE SIX SHARES in the above valuable Concern that fonrncw and two original For particulars apply to Septimus watch RED By LEASE of a very defirable HOUSE JL in Red the Ctuation is and Thi premifcs have bcrn recently repaired and beautified with great liberality and talte are held under the Bedford Cha rity for a long M a low To be viewed by with may bi had of To BREAD BAKERS and To be SOLD or By AN old eftablifhed BAKERs SHOP and with two In a popn near the Water and from hi fituation muft command an citenfive The pfcmifc arc in conrpicte The purchafer niay have Particulars may be known by application to the Auc Ratcliff Highway or Webbj St near the FOR the Son of a a Situation as to a RETAIL LINEN DRA PER or or both the City would be Direct to near the ROYAL TO a fmall PRIVATE HOUSE in the neighbourhood of the Royal Lombard or to he entered on at Mid pod addreffcd to Auctioneer will be attended A TN the UPHOLSTERY and AUCTION BU JL SINESS an aftivr Young Man of good who the and is ready at book None need apply whofe character win notbcar the Addrefs by poft to No Great LITERARY ROMAN CATHOLiC This Day is publiflied price Three CUBSTANCK of a SPEECH which ought O have been fpokcn upon the Motion made in the Houfe of the Right on the 15th That the Petition from the Roman Catholics of Ireland fliould be referred to Committee ff the whole With Supplementary on the Idolatry of the Romifh Church the Proceedings In Par liament the Royal Popifh College at Maynodth s and the reported Speech of the Blfkop of in tke Hoflfe of Support of the Petition lie Iriflj Roman Printed In tlie and fpeedily will be handlamely In GERTRUDE OF and Other By THOMAS Author of The Pleafures of Phblithed For the by and This Day is on fuper6nc Foolfcap Ottavo pries POEMS and from the JL minor Greek Poctsand written chiefly between the of Ten and hy to her Royal Highnefj the Princefs Charlotte of Publifbed by and Oralci Pzter oofterrow fold by and NICHOLSONS complain Six large This Day is price neatly printed with 144 by Lowry and TTHE BRITISH or 1 DlCTfONARY of ARTS anx SCIENCES com pnfing an accurate and popular Vicvf of theprefent improv ed ftatc of Human By WILLIAM Author and Proprietor and various other and Mathematical Printed for 1aternof and the reft of the This Work may either be had or taken Monthly in Twelve price 64r in price r TNEBATES IN BOTH HOUSES OF btivc to the agreement by for the Reform and bA Office and its wUhan Apocndix the fa vcral documents thcrin refcrrcd Printed for Reej4 aiid Paler ft0 REESS SECOND This Day is Part price Be continued Monthly1 of the VTEW or Univerfel r3 amorc enlarged pUn df arrangemtut than DlcUmaryof comprehending the various artlclei of that Editor of the Wl Edition of Chambers wIththcaffifLarrarof eminent Profeffional Gcntleraert Printed for and and thejirlncipal Bookfeflcrs of thiVwbrk0 mg arCthC principal commendations of r D The is Intended as an Improvement being the medium between the plan Jittionary and that of and comprehending the advantages of 6 The Editor is ofacknowledges learning and and of unquestionable eipcricnce in this department of Ltcrary the greater part of his life having been ployed in editing improving the laft edition chambers s and in collecting materials fortie prefent Among the Gentlemen who hare engaged to contrl burc their affiftanee to this work are miny of dlftingniftea The embdlifhmects are of a very fuperior defcrip and will when incomparaMy more elegant and fet of fcicntific and other platei tnan ever has been The fcientiSe engiived by whofe accurate knowledge ahd unjirovcd method of eiccution in this branch of die irt not been The fubjcfls of natural blRoYy arc engraved by Milton and witn cor refpondrrg tafte and The drawings arc almoft whollf The platefc which arc already are from drawings by MefirtJ The maps will be double the fizt ufually given and are and 1 are pointed off on royal with Brtof unctcEons prfce Parts to to be continued every Two or THE QUEERS Yefterdav was Celebrated as the G5h Birthday of our MOST EXTcEitEKT and it was uni verfally hailed with joy It is not our wifhto offer the incerrfc df the but it is bjtly Aich occafibns as the prefent that we cat offer but refpec5lful leni fnents withregard We therefore the opportunity to that whilll other crtjwped in different parts of loluibitsoflevity and the RpViL who fo worthily fill the Bfitifh thtotte made it unSirtn rtudy to give the 5g EspmjJefrom rtioral and reli and as a rally ing point to the vlrtudtis and This great under tfaSdardj ftipuck terror into the difloyal fhrink from the blAzesbflteiy aad This feftivat fs always loolped forward tobv moft ranlcs of the junior branches of the Vrell as then auxious and drefles held but few CoTirtsJin the year and since this has been MA JESTY has admitted being to her on Birthday contrary to former The in fome degree enjoyed by moft ranks of people numbers were as ufual attracted from different parts of the coun and happy were they who could procure fituations to behold the fplendour of the and the attractions of the Although the cold was more fevere than any day this parties of fair very elegantly began to aflemblein the rooms ofthfr Palace leading to about ten and with anxious and patient to Behold the company as they which the attendants upon Pamily did not arri We jp of with tickets of on as Weft asfonie drefled as coriirary to Court to adttdf apy pefibn fddfefleS upan the davs of Thir jEsriEs birth 5 if tKe in mourning at fuch it OTmoarflingtoirthele Thetooms were crowded with that onlythjtfe liifiottt could have 4 r r and Lord CASTLEREAGH were in to their re fpeds after they the and went to Buckingham to watt on liis MA at three to attend the of the HOUSE of for the purpofe of finally arranging and his MAJESTYS to be delivered by the at the opening of of Parliament this There were likewiie prefent in the fame thofe who have beertln and retained the privilege of their as it is By Special when they go out of Before the impious foni of Oanl lemons the bulwirfcs fall Britairis floatingjtaflies fweep i Invafloa froni bet Vet her roiks feciire from harnij Securer by ner patriot arm Iberia turns the battles Tyrants flpatingin tns ambient Sacred to fieeddms tteir ffiinglifrf enfigfaj The ifaufic By Sir at the command of ibis from the works of Sir WlitUM dif played much ingenuity mhis adoption which enables to pay their refpeSs to her Hrtcient made to the rVio i c n c besh any of cohlpolihiaiis petfeHiliy n i dnd the and fatigues of the Drawing of the the Silver Captain ofthe Guard and jcne Court had the privileges of paying J their refpefls to Her MAJESTY and the Pursj charmjng coriVerfedwith moIV his MAJI it afforded a high The behind could the jh great exertions admlttSnee1 to ifol full vietf of the corn only gain a ladies are made by the curi the Birthday lowhtgThe and Wpuld be eqttallytasgratjfying to a of ihe Court engaged the ofthectlrious tJl after the Royal Family left which was near five oclock the fight having become rather it being above ieven months fince her MAJESTYheld The celebration of the as ob ferved with every demonftration of joy through out the The morning was uftered in with ringing of bells in and thedifplay of flags and ftandards of the United Kingdoms from the fteeples of the the and other public and moft lively attach ftients of loyalty and attachment were manifefted by all ranis of Her MAJESTYS Officers of attendants in general gave entertain ments j her tradefmen dined and their Houfehold a bottle of wine ean allowed to drink her MAJESTYS As the tforfe Guards clock truck one a dou isleroyal fslute fired in Jamess he nxtypne cannons on the Tower wharf were Soon after nine Their the the Dukes of CAM tWether at the Queens The pyke of KENTwas prevented from being pre bT being confined to his atCaftjeBar Abput eleven oclock the Princefs CHARLOTTE F WALES arrived at the Queens Palacei to pay In the courfeof the s of CHESTER and and a num er of dignified Clergy attended at the Queens private congratu Tationj to her halfpall twelve her gpd the and Princefs CHARLOTTE of went in ilielr carriages in their morning fromthe to Jamess where their dreflers and attendants were to and after partaking fbpje proceeded to drefs in then court The Princefs CHARLOTTE of afterwards went Jo the apartments of Lady CHARLOTTE in the and re naitjed with her ladyfhip till near four when fte went About two oclock her MAJESTY and the CESSSS left their dreding when the Earl of her MAJESTYS and Dolppe Vice with the adiw jn waiting upbn her and the together with other court irejjeijed and followed her MAJESTY and the RINCESSES to thofe foperior and excellent fuit of towards the Grand Council Chimber to an antiroom the Vreftbifliop of and feveral other waiting compliment her MA upon the joyful and ihe commence of the new The Archbifhop delivered MAJESTY a very fuitableoration upon the i MAJESTV and the PRINCESSES proceeded Queen ANNES and from bertcc into the KINGS wWre the Attendants of his MAJESTYS bedchamber were to Bay their They then en the the the of PPRTJUANJJJ parls one of yi feajjel Royal was ably led by Principaiicpnd In the Charter granted by CHARLES principal MrvSHIBLJJ i for founding a fchool in Chrifts in the j principal principal city of it is that forty of the j HOLMES boys were tobe conftantly educated for the fea at the and that thofe boys are to attend at I The room was not filled for fome jfaroets on the firft drawingroom in every j MAJESTY entered many retired In a fhort time withfpecirnem of their progrefs in nnutical j after had paid their refpefts to her MAJ during the lafl for the infpec tion of the Forty boys of the above defcription attended yefterday accordingly in new in prefence with their Mafter at their head the youths in iheir hands the books and drawings of their execution during the laft bojs prefented to her MAJESTY and the by Alderman in ihe room of Alderman the Prefident of the In the Her MAJESTY and the PRIN CESSES appearedhighly pleafed with the appear inceof the and amufed with their nbiel very condefcendingly ex amined feveral of the drawings and and were gracuuitty pleafed to etprefs their Royal approbation Of die progreCs had Alderman aj is cuftamary for the Prt fident of the eftabliihinent upon thofe held fti his hand a lift of the youths defcriptive of contained an account of thofe who have left the fchool during the laft feven it was moft elegantly and wrapped but the Charter of the Inftitirtion dtreftiiig it to de livered tb the KING it was noS his Ma j being performances were aUbhiuch noticed Nobility and vpsrfons paffing on the which made rooifi for The company continuing io came tili about fobr Earl and Colonel had bom fiderable difficulty in preventing the preifure of the company againft her MAJESTY thecompany likewise experienced confiderable inconvenience particularly tlie with their unmanageable hoops it being fuch a length of time fince they wore it was alnioft a new operation for Her in her ufual difptayed her affable Manners in going the fa tigues of the in receiving ttte congratula tions of the return of the dayj and the prefentai with a pleafant fmile upon her countenance during the whole of the Thnfb had firft the honour of paying theit Jo her were General Lady Mife and THORN TficvPrirtcefs of WALES enteried the drawing room about ten minutes before thiee and was tondtidied to her MAJESTY by her CHimberlain her Royal Highness after paying to her paffed on and fkook harfds with tile and the Duke Of ThePrince of came into the afaaut five minutes auer and his Royal Higfinefs converfed federal ftiendi er MAJESTY then proceeded on her wayto the Grand Council conducted by the her Majeftys Ott her hand the Vice on her left followed by the PRINCESSES and die ROYAL and their The Grand Coun cil according to an excellent adopted by the prefent Lord was not opened for the company till after the ROVAL FAMILY had to prevent the room getting heated and the company who had previoufly waiting ia the original The Lord with his wand of headed the Rayai and formed a line between the company to thedonr when her MA JESTY and the ROYAL FAMILY palled any per fon IQ whom they were perfonally tliey converfed in the moft affable artd condefeonding Her MAJESTYS approach to the Grand Council Chamber being the centre door was thrown Her MAJESTY entered the room about half paft two and took her ftation between the fecond and third with her back againft a marble flab Her MAJESTYS train was held by Mafter the page in and the Earl of MORTON placdd ifupon the marble The PRINCESSES arranged her MAJESTYS left accord ing to their Their attendants took their places near the foot of the Her MAJESTY having taken her and the Earl of her having made the neceflary regulations for her MATESTY receiving the congratulations and prefentations of the the LORD waved his wand as a fignal to WILLIAM theMatter of the KINGS who was attend ing in the antichamber on the left of the with to perform the follow ing New Years writtzn by JAMES the Poet Fall orbdm equinoctial Dues When tbe pale moon malignant And bids the howling ternpeft And the oceans iriny Dreadful againil the founding ihorc The winds and Waves tumultuous The torrent braving mound in vain Tte ftormy inroad would The furges with refiftlefs fway Force oer the labourdmolc tficir Scorn every weakrcfource of human Otrwhclm the and wafte the culturd foil But by native fences barrd From billowy the uappicr And rocky cliffs for ever ftand Td the wldcwaterd coaft a guard Such ii onVedfcasfoTIthcrn fleep Loqk down defiance on the raging Such as on Dovers breezy down On Gallias hoflile borders Tho billows urging billrjws roar And idly beat againft the While from the heights fublimc the fwain Mocks the vain efforts of the foaining Till nature Was the deluged furge Hufhd is the tempefts and refluent rolls the So oer Enropas ratfagdpfSiri We faw the torrent vrtld of war ftefifileft fpread its Iron Affi3 fcatter fuiil wide and far j The the warliice tie Tyrtms ecurfewishftaiii j j afled on to her an4 when he as he got to hand ConfiderablS At the Court ttef e were prefenrj befides hi Their Royal riighneKs the Prince of Wales the BukeV of Ybrfcj the Uuke of the Diihe of the Duke of the Uuke of t6e Dufee of the the Princefs the Piincefe the princefe the Princefs Amei the Princefs tlie Duchefs of Tof kj and Princefs Sophia of The Archbifhop of the Arcbbilbop of YprSi the Lord the Lord Prefident of the Council the Lord Privy the Fiifb Lsrd of ths the Chancellor of jhe the three Secretaries of the Firft Lord tit Admiralty tae Preiident Of the Hoard df the PreCdsnt of the Bdard of the Speaiser or the Houfe of the Attdri ney the Solicitor tlife JuSge Of the Ad the Kings Advocatej the Lpid Mayor of the Recorder of Sad the Sheriffs of London and Middlefcxr Duchrfj Hertford and Bath j Sattfturyj and Earls Glandorej MoiHj Pof Mortonj Micclcsflcldi Mount and Aylesfordi Camdeii j BBWf ager Macclesfield Pbrtfinciathj Oxford i Caftlei Wentwiirthj Crsiilsy anoV RbaefdaTfi deBroke Boftojlj Brookej Gtfweri Teignraoutbj Hawarden four Courtne Marfcham PVuttj De Ml 6 ittj Lliidfcvj eight Douglasj Houfton and Moncktoni and Jor and and and Holloway HarriSj Thtirntonj Erflcine Htzpatrickj and Eyre AnfonJ Har Noety and Hdroagei and PhnUtBdrei and Thorn pfonj R Francis Bar J C J Wigrarrtj C MarK Rj and and and Green Strat Canninj Jerntoghanii Weftj Wigram two Lee St George and H Bentinik aiid Mi i The folldwmg were amorig the numerous feritations to her Etirl Sit Mi orGeneralSir CbJrleB Afl6 FJowerj Jane upon hetWairiagtj   

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