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   Day (Newspaper) - January 23, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PI BLTSHED EVERY AT SIX r PRICE CHORAL for tic Relief of Decayed their Tsvj under the Patraaage of hii Royal of Hi lie Duke of Gly John Spe Ba John and Williaru fhonias John William fames Thomas Samuel James Francois ru f A 1 ClilltOllj LI 4 Chamberlain Kings T ket this prcfent A MISCEL j oVs CONCERT of Vocal and Inftrumcntal Mu iur the BeneSt of this Charity r Grea l fder of tie Cramer principal Vocal and iilAleVan Madame and ri rjciid O the O God of Roils ViduU glory they would Harris and Here fhall foft Double 1ur i When hii loud voice in thunder and Fair Concerto French Horn Hufti ye pretty accompanied on the flageolet 1 Military Come if PART Madame1 i mid ye We we and i the bright accompanied oa tlicTrumpet by and Grand to Let r i will he and the Young Gentlemen of Chapel hc Weftmiiiftcr and Paul to be bad of of Biffiopfgate i Doors tn be opened at Sevcp the per 10 predfely at Manfion T MERE AS many accidents have been fccifionfJ and damages fuft ints cf this City ani as by foot during froilv and on the fall of the occupiers of houCeS and in Qot footway brfore their to be cleanfcd day as required The Lord Mayor U i for the more public ami general infor to pbhlim an extract of the it mudc ii the nth year of his prcfent Ma r lor paving and clcanfing the City of b tiic whereof itis iiat every occupier of anyhoufe or tenement within City Liberties thereof in refpecl tohoilfcs let every hntfe owner once in erery day the of Ten of the Clock in the pathway of of their tire itoufcs or or caufe the fame to be i rvxl am in default thereof for every forfeit Tuni of Five 1 the end ht rhislilutary meatnre may be carried in Vte his rcquls the affillaticc of liis snd tif the ot this in fcricr that the conxpUfd w f JLjt Inch i penalties flial fcs enforced againft them for By order of his FRANCIS COUNTY OF icth AT a Meeting of the Comnuffioncrs of and Proprre 1 n v Hi the of convened to confidcr of a Kub for and other in aid of the now ftrugjilingii the held to defend from a foreign and cruel The of EGLINTON the of the that lijvinj a letter from the Committee of Corre for the Bfcrrption jn aid of the HpinifK fet nn in with a copy of their proceedings ill the i9th for the uifnrmatiuu of the gentle run if this ir tu profccution of a meafure erprcs five of the with reference to he had given directions for calling ta prefeut Mccniig by ad in that he might Tubmit to their conft thcfc proceedings of the Committee of Correfpon had been 10 and vrhicL h fliould be read to the which was done ac 1 he Jiarl of Eglinton that he approved of the pnfcnt beirg bu regretted that the farm fo thinly owing to the extreme badncfs j thtUy his had no doubt hut that tha widi ifo univerfally felt throushou kinjjaom for the fuccefs of the SpanilK will in tvcry individual of this ebunty to fupport a fubfcrip which ferms to be generally gone into by the nation a a fuhfcription paper being made the fam by thu members when thefpllowin SALES BY PKIVA 1ECONTRACT LARGE By WINSTAKLEY and A Comfortable containing feven two large andproductive pleafantly Ctuated on of which immediate potTeffion viU be To be and particulars had OB application to Winftanley and ANNUITY of per WINSTANLEY and AN ANNUITY fof the Life of fccurcd by per1 Reduced ftandlng in the name of the Accountant General of the Court pf Printedparticnlarj hisy be had of MtftTrs aOd Paternofterrowj and at Bv VVINSPiLNLEY and A VERY comfortable and convenient LEASE HOLD witB eligibly fitnate in very complete ahd early poffeffion may be had ijj years To be and further particulars known on applica tion and COUNTY By MrHARRY A Valuable TRACT of principally containing Four Huhdrctt forming part of thatwcIHuionri Eftivte called ClotTuken perty of a Gentleman rcfiding in hdd on lives renewable for at a yearly chief and a fine of a years rent on thedemife each and now let on improved rents ro The fltuation is within two miles of the Tewn of in the County of Funhcr particulars may be known At New v a PRIN fully etimpetent character and recommendation muft bear the left of every Apply to FOR near the TO a MOUSE in L rhenighboiirhoodof Lombardi or entered at Mid poit addreffed to wjll be OAKLEY to an nounce to the Nobility and h has ready for their Infpeclion an elegantAflcmljtage of FASH1ON ABIjE tfte principle he conduces his b enabled to adrart at his and Pauls COUNTY FASHIONABLE Superbly AN LEASEHOLD with domeriic fitiutc on the Caft fide of Baker The premissare in good fitbcdwith rnfidern and fupcrhly furnifhcd within the laft andare fully competent to tlie accommoda tion of a rcfpeclable For funjier particulars apply to New TO TO be DISPOSED a retail LINENDRAPERS in full in the bell fituation in of For furttier particulars apply to Cary UPPER TO handfomely for or the Furniture and to be of a commodious creeled three two principal and a two morntijg convenient dnmeflic andgood For particulars and tickets to vievr Condurtftreet TPO be LET or nnelegpnt JL HOLD One MUe from containing wdl proportioned bird and every rcquiDtc conveniences fnr a genteel ftabling forteir and ftunding for three an cxceHeSl kitchen faftefullj butj pail the Pureliafc Money may remainon mortgage for a term of andpartictihirs to be had of auJ of ELEGANT WITH TO or wftli immediate pnf a very compaA and exceedingly weUfittedjr with walled in and attached and detached mod defirably fitaatc in the truly plcafant villair of In the county of Sur Theprcmifcs are modern in re cently fitted up with great an5 the immediate rcceptioa of a genteel The houfe contains haud fome dining and fourpiiacipal and butlers and dry underground adetached laun excellent ftabliog for five coachhoufe with harnefsroom and fcrvants Ccrpingroom Jargc kitchen arid inclofed witb lofty brick walls aud and fucccffion boufc in diflant fromLondon twentythree on the Portsmouth The fiiturcs to be taten at a The fernnts will premifes and for parttcularf apply to Auaionecr and General Houfe Puke of 1C Earl of tipperODory Marquisof William Earl of Lt who cojitiriutf infured wirh thjs AfTociation whether their Pelicics be originally taken out for be renewed participate with fuch profits as may have accrueddbfingthat With thii advantage they have the aiKUvsluable nee Of not being liable to make good the Ibffes of as the rcfponfilrility inrnoUrwSenliy AffociaUon df Nobletnco and who havefubfcribed an ample to ga2ranfeit5isLengsgenjenr5 of the Thefe profits areconfhlereft to as the Office has afeleAioa 6fthe hsmanagement is unencumbered by large numerous falaries tie Truf and Farming Stock at the reduced rate of charge is made for Polices on removal from other Perfons irifuringfbr ftven years fpr fix Loffes have been always Jludeg6od tty tils vvithont de or Managing Agents are appointed total the Who arc likewife Agents to the Provident Life FROM THE LONDON Royal Regimentof John BnckTUddtefden be by rice pro nth Regirrtant of Light tn be by vice promoted in the 14th to be by pur Vies Wainman promoted in the ifith i8lh Ubriltopjjof to be witliput CthReglment of to be by appointed to the id Kegirnent of liife at John pf ihc at at Thomas Dearwig arid Michael of Litcifieliftreeti tavern at at I George of at ekrctf at the Union Bir Wallyo of at at Steedman and John of Lamb at at Guild Jofeph of wholefale at at Robert of at at the Commer cial in Gregory of Be draper at eleven at the White Swan William of Cum wine and fpirit at the Black Lion James of Lind at twelvej at the Star George Augtiftui at at the Bufh John lare of at at John Owen Parr aud Thomas Chafe of at ot rsWijliam Hiitua and John late of linen at at jun CJcorge and John at WilUani and John of Jef OgilTVjuiii of at at Guild fa a at iu Henry lare of of deafes ahd of PARTNERSHIPS JaMoHotfey and Thomas of prin Stevens and Jamej of 5ingftonupon fcedcrulners and 1 ho irun UHppcndaleviifClackwalljCoalmcr Jaqob and John of John ReB of and Tames of Afhton and Henry of Salfordr SKeen and John White of Daft JohO of Taylor and of JohnLeigh and Rebcrt of filkmanufae ttirersand Colvin and of Dobrce and Frederick De of Williams and Kid and Lambfkin Rofes and William Notting Matthew Matthew Michael Dehnes and Ferdinand Robert and George Wainfleet and Robert Porter and Wil liam Mercers and Jacob Michael Francis Silverfmiths and Glamor and John Calico Temple and aiidjohn Da niel Bakcfcs and John Atkins and IQe of FIRE IN JAMESS James to be totne84th QenL to be Second without Who Enfign from the firth to be without vice appointed to theloth Royal Veteran Jfetralion 34rli Roberts tobt yice Ptnv On Saturday morning a dreadful fire burfl in this pile of more from ufe and its than from any ex ternal Jn defpite of every effort that were end agreed to be paid in to McltjL L rs and in order to be remitted to of oi Eglington d io Sir tjn jo J of Sun J ic Ad f Croff lo o of She of of iV lo 20 Captain bcbaw 10 of Belview 5 R Urumley 5 Adannon 10 i Dua of jDalea of of Dulbair of Drum mdlan 10 10 Major Wcbfter o e o o o o Maor of Barns of Sisl lockxyrcch fSfceldonio 10 gan ID The Rollo 2 2 of Air10 The Earl of Tvas reqifeflrd to tranf mit to lie with eopies of the minutes ind fubfcription tbcir concurrence nnd approbation and tae Clerk was directed to furoiQi copies of thefamc to bis for that In order to render the fubfcription as as tke CJcrk was farrier dircdled tofeaA a copy ofthcminntes and fubfcription paper the fcveral Clergymen in the and rtqudt rhtm to Ofc thrir bcft endeavours to prnniote the fubfcriptiu in their different and to remit the films fo by them to the Bank and Mactirjf named and appointed the Convener of the Costy of Adamtoo of Dru of Drumlcy ColoneJ and Major as a Committee o fee the fabfcription remitted to London the Meeting rcquctled the Committee to publifli the names oC the whole Subfcri bcrt in the Air The Meeting ftlfo ordered the and the fubtriptions now to be inferteTJSBjtlie ufjial Ncwf and a copy tent to the Committee of Correfpon uence a Colonel Boyle moved the Thanhs of the Mectinjrto the of tisconduct in the Chairtliij which being paiTed The Earl of Eglingtoo then moved the tbankn of the Mrtttng to the for having called the prefent wjhich was fee and patfed alfo tfee nitotttcs of thr Mcuring By O NE Thoufand Five HundredTICKETS will be given on the Krft and Second Day of drawing ti AT C r nPTCD V whtfTi t the GRAND STATE which begins on the lith of bcfidcs the undermentioned Priys 4 of arc a i 500 100 50 2 6 10 20 44 too DATS Of Wcdnefday April n I Thurfday April 27 Iriday April 11 Saturday April 29 The Contra5torj have Pcrniiflion of the Lords of the Treafury to a FREE GIFT of 1506 Whole in Addition to the Prizes in the FIRST FREE GIF of 1000 for firftdrawn Prize above the Kum to to to to to to to to to SECOND FREEGIFT of 500 WHOLE for the firft drawn Prize above theNum bcrs of which are as to to to to Tickets and Sharw arc felling at every Licenfcd Lottary CIRCULATING GRACECHDRCH TTJIS extenftve and highly ufeful undertaking 1 has how been eftiblifhcd for above a fts diaracler has fradually rlfeb with the very liberal fopport it inreceived during folonga period jnd ityis now tf nut anyjcftlblithment of In xiint cf numberof valuable to this library will be to yicM to no icre ihc complaint which obtaini fo generally among Circulating Libraries completely obviated by aa adequate affbrtmcnt of whicdthe pnblic flamped with oeither nor laiai have bccri fpared to form a judicious Border torender Literary Repolitory ill that he the man of the the man of br the man bfpJcafurc can EVcry modern work isintroduced at theeirlieft pcrjod of publlcationjand he moft afTiduoiis and pun3nal attention willbe uniformly aid to whaBiSiy honour him witbtheir Cards of be bid j 39th Jofeph MDonnBughj to be by vice promoted 45rh Captain Robert Wilfiam the Jfith to be Captain of a vice who cc Nichols to be Enlign Robert Brifcoe to be Lieute deceafedj Michael Genu to be vice 54th Captain from the be Captain of a without vice promoted to the 5513 63th Stcln be vice De praraotcd in RolliRegi nuat Patrick to be vice deccufrd Serjeant Henry from the to be vice iTJitOy Captain George Alexander Gordon to be without 84th Enfign Lewis froft the to be without Royal Weft India Frederick de to be witbont jpth Royal Veteran Lieateilartt Patrick Cor from the 25th to be vice Kirkeiap pointedto the nth Royai Veteran of the Nth who was fuperfeded in the Gizette ofthe is re in his ComKirJjiont ftgned by tin Lord ffftbt County Loveden Regiment of Lipcolnftire Local Robert to biLieutenantColonelCommand ant John Charles Lucas to be Lieutenant Francis to be ia tit Dorfet Regiment of Local figncd ty tlit LtrJ Eallern Mprton to beLleutenantCotonclComraandarit The Arcol bild Stuan to be LieutenantColonel Francis WJJliJm to be Weftern Binket to be Lietfte nantCplonelCommahdant Edward to be LtetitenantColonel James John to be John dealer and to at at the Rummer London j arid Simeon and March at at the houfe of stoderthe aad of dealer and and March at at Star andf London and LivcrpooL whale file dealer in fpirituous dealer and and March at Chriftophcr of dealer and at at it Dawfon and Wrat Jolhua of dea fer and at and March at at the Edmund of dealer and at and March at fiveat the Old Pack FurniralsInnand could be nearly onefourth of it was ton furned by the devouringelement This ftruciure1 commenced in the iaignof Henry on N Thegranddrawirrg Cation with Jamess Parky and the of and and at theAngel War Attornics and Sarah of dealer and chape Marcli at at Church Slmucl Davles and Peter of Drayton in dealers and March it the Talbot in Attor Market of BleedinguHart Chirles at at 4 William facing were Bnidred under the direction of Charles Some improvements by each fucceeding to fuch an that the foreigners have pertly on furveying a large and perhaps incongruous brick that the King of was the worft lodged of any of the fovereigns of iiuVope yer tlwfe toho have experienced its v a I accommodations on days of have al that no ftruciure could be better fittedfor fuch following are the moft authentic particulars of this conflagra tion which we could on diligent On Saturday a litde before two the fentry in the chief courtyard of Jamess difcovered a great cloud of fmoke iffue up a little beyond the fouth ealt corner of the which was foon followed by The alarm was and it was difcovered that the Palace was on fire in the wing of the inner the flames having begun in the apart ments ofMifs one of the Queens It fs afcertained that Mifs Ricesfervant was burnt in her in a room in the Queens private apart Theflames foon toak polTeffion the whole eaft wing of the Inner on the left hand fide as it Jn this wing were the Queens private and other apartments and behind were the apartments of her attendants on the Palace Efla among which uere thofe ofMifs the end of the wing were foine apartments of the Duke of Cambridge whichextended to the front next the eaft wing pf the Inner Courtyard was fpeedily in and it is now entirely burnt that only wing of four in thw which the others being fcarcely A considerable time elapfed before a neceffary fupply of water conld be At length the expedient of procuring a fupply of water from the Canal in Jamess a diftance of near ly a thoufand yards from by placing engines at proper intervals and forcing the water one to through their in from the Canal acroff the Park and royal to the fonth fide of the Palace butthe fupply thus even nad it been uninterrupted by the obftrnc tions and accidents which muft inevitably in its progrefs from was barely fufficient to keep the engine neareft the flames at and the fupply the pipes and pumps on the northern fide equally Under thefe the exertions of the firemen affiftahts were directed to cutting off the and removing the furniture and articles of ineftirnable value from the fury of the to the and areas inland about where they lay ininirnenfepiles under the of detachments About three oclock the rocf of that part of thebuildingwhich was on fire fell in with a tre mendous tearing down with it all did and furniture of the apartments through which it The lead of the roof had dcfcended in liqyid to the great danger ofthe firemenworking under it but we are that no peribn fuf tdinet an It was fix oclock before the firemen with their engines Succeeded in the progrefs of the by which timeaolhingappeaied but the gothic walls of the eaftem wing of the Palace Handing amidft the volumes of fmoke and The whole of the furniture ft witli the exception of afcw articles belonging to lie doraef tics of the Royal Fanilytwho refided in the lower part of the The apartrnents occupied by the Duke of Cambridge are and aconfiderjble partofhis valuable fnrniture deftroy The we are forry to was lightly burnt in attempting to rescuea clock valued ac 4000 guineas from the The flames were time fo that they were feen upwards of twenty miles from and it appeared as if the whole of Lon don was iaa The Queens German Cha iitunced immediately Adjoining the was not from the was found extremely Bfeful as d place property as was fayed from the The tapettry the Graaid Drawingroom is The are The HorfeGiwrds paraded on boih fides of the in order to keep off the which aflembled in but nodifturbanceor confufion happened much as we regret it is a pleafure to us to That the confe quences are much better than there wasreafon to from the place wherethe fire broke r the time at and the dif ficulty of procuring of the Royalv Armoury is deftroyed but the contents were in a great degree removed in due The alarm being given beforethree a great number of perfons aflembled to affift in es tinguifhing the befides many poured in from all The Dukfr of Cambridge was apprifed his and all the reGdents in the Palace were The Dukes of and were particularly active in giving directions for the eitinSion of the jn encouragijig the firemen and others to Some Compa nies of the Guardsarrived iu their working The Duke of Cambridge hid a moft valuable r and very curious old which it was impoffible to refcue from the Ateleven oclock on Saturday the flames had been completely got and the which had been carried out of the apartments into the was conveying back The en gines continued to play on the fmoaking ruins to a late The caufe of the fire is varfonfly The general belief is that i originated in neglect of the femalefervant in leaving a lighted candle too near her bed car The much to be comparatively ANOTHER morning a fire broke out at a coal and poutoewarehoufe fn Hatton The urmoft efforts of the firemen could not fave the houfe in which it broke which was entirely But they prevented the flames from fpreading fur the next a being but flightly We have not heard by what accident this fire was SPANISH T The Governor of Lugo has under date of the 7th in that on the 6th at three oclock in the at a league diftance from that the Effglifh troops werS engaged with the advanced parries of the but the were and the former fhew no in tention to maintain themfelves m that ppfition Thefe exertions on the part of our allies ought to animate the natives of this kingdom and the in habitants of Corunna to as far as their circumftances will to thefpeedy comple tion of the works which have Been planned by the Officers charged with the defence of the The Supreme Council of the which has received fo many proofs of the loyalty and valour of the inhabitants of this can not entertain a doubt but under circum ftanges critical as the they will make the utmoft efforts in its be convinced without the drifted order and obedience to their lawful every thing muft be and the more vigorous meafures of defence proved Under thfs impreffion they there punctually execute every which the and patriotifrn of who com mand hall JANUARY The Supreme Council of the al though no ofiicial reports have beenreceived from the is informed by private letters that it is falling that the French have crofTed the although they were three times repulfed near Viltafranca by In concert with the Deputies of the Central and Military this Government has adopted the moft vigorous meafures of which the Council truftsthe noble inhabitants will fupport with thar valour and firmnefs which form prominent fear tures of the character of every good and correfpond with the generous fentiraents of the inhabitants of this The retreat of the Englifkarmy is At 12oclock the army had alfembled at with the exception of General which had made a confiderable advance towards but was ordered to fall back to the afSftance pf the main a battle being hourly Benevente has and the French threaten with the fame Ac botk thefe places Englifli prifoaers have been murdered by Previous to the of the EnglUb a the cavalry which covered the afr   

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