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Day (Newspaper) - January 25, 1809, London, Middlesex AT SIX OCLOCK LlfjBRriiW 1 S ALES M PRIVATE CONTRACT IN AID OF THE SPANISH City of London AUCTION A FEW SHARES in be SOLD by HENRY Shbr THREE FREEHOLD defmibi 1 Cruate in an improving hciphJbpurhood ncir the Alfo a complete Cottage in fubftantjil with a large garden aritt extennvc comfiioii fituate about 11 f ri ni he Britilh numerous i he very r of the increafed It i not Pubhe todcfert a great nation in the tjircc lituntcin held for a tcrrn of years am one in Georges held for a term o 43 L between die hours of 9 and i of George r about High r rT K rr T to hurnitel rewird for trouble and if of the abov defcription is offered to any pawnbroker or they arc rcqueflcd to detain and as Cadell and HOUSE Of f nil bayis IlS talf 4 fewiVgedi and greaHf Uaprotpd INtEX to the pdfejit i HOUSE of arid itWr Patticulan Members of the prefcnt Commoni of ta ncnt i i This complete PollUcdl conwihs ot tte 2J anj ferfuctcftfal the Hght of of the HnSiirfiiJ4Bir Mall GcorgeRichardJ Corahill and AvcMarialane and to be had of all Of whom may 10 or cither between theyeas 1798 and embellifhed with aanwhrts And on a fimilar price iwaam of Caftle at at Henry Nantes of at Pgfgardi at 14 Matthew and Frederick of Saint Paul s Vare at at Henry of Great at at 4o Jaitiei f of ma at at the Globe Tavern Johnftrect Liver Henry of at atlhe Globe 14 Peter of Charles of Kenningtongreen Old Plckeringj of cornchandlcrvWilham of Sbzk Shactff of New cafainctma of PARTNERSHIPS tions on but fuch perfona lities became fometimes Some whofe talents ami zeal party of Ladit at Lam Kate of Blackhcath 10 O O 110 NEW TTTST publifhcr by J DALMAINE and Tz4 fiew and No AlinwoeM5 celebrated Cuckoo Concerto for the 1lano ite with accotjrpanimchti for a full price wkhiu The whale the mufie in A new mcWramatie ojera of the performed it the Kites compofed by Maz The Siege of The fong of Young as Tung by Mr Fawcctt price with cotaoafed btj price Bratomi War fons by him in the Siege QalMn price Alfo the favourite fonjj as Tone fame AL This Day was corretlcti to the prefcnt PRICE 1 rew a Conit Lift of the Pnces by the nwftcrdoent Surveyors in to In TlfiilrHnrr with lOUmcV Richard Strode atSaviss Evftns and WU nowfirft feleded and cnrhpofed for this Priotedfor Architcflbril Libraoi Y the i have received immerous folicitationi toro Mini eriof Corisregationj to fed an accom acre lli CarocJter and Joiner s itei ahocopic Slo the favourite comic fong of bT Emery with appliufe at the different of the United price LITERARY INTELLIGEN oils varpcjiic attiiOfioUJ oVs New a complete Carpentry arid frith 78 7 iVcaoiibnsStttderisnftru3ar in drawing and work Five M Pains Priaitilftpufe I4S plat a iL t Tods and Secliow on 37 co of liirnnncnBHif Jacob SfTJa5 RictanoiioV Michael Web and John common ire Lauren and Jolm Bruce of Mn Lea and Richard Stnitfa and John of Bir tlcsand John of Manchelteri BRITISH HOUSE OF V 37 co at jiift ih 1 Js SATIRIE ad erempla EvanS ct i Dirncannon Lord ThcMoft of Teniplfti Vifcount v Anecdotes relative to the and economy ot ATiimal colteOekl trim worksofatitlfcHty in all from expoiWc from1 Voyages ana 1 The whole clafied and ar of oy w Fellow of theLtajjitP and late of Peter s Col This woik has bien pronounced by competent both at home of the moft entertam tru in the entite cSfllpaft of Its tranilation into thl French iw repubUcatiori In and tUc jur Sermons of the late AViUiasii Aof Farl of Northampton o amQ A Efy Scrope Bernardj fancc of h s a fdeftion of the belt DC removal other PcrionS years by one are charged for hi LoOa We aiways made good by thb witbdat de duction or T f Acnta are ippoimeainall the princLl wlio are likcwifc Agents to tec Provident Life NE Thoufand Five Hundred TICKETS will briven on the Firft and Secdnd Day of drawing tMiinE whvh begins on the S n Paternof ahd Mtcrooi whom mat be Adeline 3 so3 I The Father and 5th 6L ris The edition arid other hds This Captain Thomas upward of the India froni and Slder the Irrimediate of jf Diredlors of the Eafl UCC J embelJiOied by 40 dcfigS W executed by Hbwlett eii and printed in a tole Balmcr and In tvro handfome Ptice Five and Impeml extra boards forming a complete Wflisporu of the and Natural leopard Lord took theufualoatb as a Member of of the Cuftoms appeared at and prefented fqme papers to their Several appeals were THE EARL OF LIVERPOOL gave noticethat tomorrow hp intended to move an Addrefs of Thanks to Lieuttbant General Hope and the arrnv for their fuccefsful repulfe of French arfliy Corunnaon the 16th The Houfe HOUSE OF JANUARY 211 DUNDAS brought up a Petition from the Avon BURR EL brought up a PeUtion from the Somerfet Canal Lord STOPFORD appeared at the and that rus Maieftv had been waited upon with the the and that he had been pleaied to return agracious of his fatisfaclion that the houfe wouSl fpare no efforts to augment and ameliorate the Regular A Writ was dnjered for of the Butler having accepted the ChiltcrnHumhecK Clerks from ihe lodia Houfe and brought up the of and the enumeration of prohibited brought up the Report of the oV thcZOLondonucrry Improvelncrit VOTE OF TO SIR having given notice on the Drft diV bf the Seffiart that it was my to pronole aVoteot ihanks loSir Wcjlcfley and the Arraym Portu gal and having fuffercd it to from a feeling which Iam fure I need not I rife give tint1 hall move that Vote of Thanks and hall extend it fo as to comprehend the Army who fo ably fupported the reputation oftheir country at Coranna CONVENTION OF Lord I to give that on this day fortnight 1 hall make a Motion refpedting the Con vention of as I have no doubt bht that with common dilrjence all the rieccOary Papers on the table by Printrd for Kces and ju Hi t r if nth of of arc o and Albermarleftrect Black alt the BANKRUPTS William MjoNSbsdT Ufcewife gave that on Thnrfdsy fortnight he ihould make a motion the conductor tKe War in LordPSLKSTONE nddrctfed a queftion to the Mmjftenal fldcif the He fed Keen informed that the Member forPoole had accepted General of Por He wiffied to know how far Es information was well jahn Tucker to fcfttonot merely as but weeanretommcudto fmlfcap prtef Poems arid price i The Advantages oT In 2 prici 1 cUlirv O a x w in Addition to the in the rRST FREE GIF of lood WHOLE for the lirMrawa Prize above the Num jf which arc is ilI to 4fc30J to nt to I tO to to to SF CO N D i VAnotlier FREE GIFT oj 503 T for drawn Prize aboTC bcrlol which ur as IrtSI to to Story arid Legendary In 1 fifZb priic i ATalc of In 3 third price This day are 1n to THE j a Magazine of Lite w and Temple of Sooth dea Etb March at atthe Bsm dealer and at at at Black Paltry To tse continued price General Cllffical of and Eitrafes from rare and curious min and March ji at atthe Cambridge dealer Obituary and bfdii at ten at at at the mere ihareiarclcliiiig at eVery Liteofcd Lotur Made by DAY and Arfienzuntis dtfigoed to be one oj tbofe foJong known and approved in this under the nameof a ana to all the ufual Objeas cf fuch optj Titk may be underftood to at higheViitemy CKaaeler than they commftuJr Patenflf tcrrow and Cadell FOR THEUSE OF New iii the Eton and Harrow TERENTIl A Price Editio Alter v Czfcrli dexBedo Gallic at Robert 4un ab ufquc Dinted and by Luke Great Lincoln inobelds and by John Acn replied that he cither had accepted ie that he was abont toaccept it red for mors particular Information to the at that feoment entered the tnade uo COXSSJTTES OF TiJE EXCHEQUER roie to propofe of the Committee of The coma had felt the benefits of that Committed and looked to it with an expec tation of the juftified by their experience of the In prdpofing the thtfce was one eitefltial alteration this wasj the redudion of the number of the Com mittee The late Committee amounted to he wifhed to have it reduced to Thisntimber he conceived would be at oncfc Both for and would ftill leave enough to cbnftitute a board of examma tioft He owed this idea to the fuggeftion of the Rieht Gentleman who was the Chairman of the latfe He hoped tfet this propofed reducliorr would experience the left inafmuch as in the names it would be feenthat he had confulted any thing but party The greater proportion of the left out in the lift which he held in thofe of Gentlemen who had ufually vOiCd with himfelf and He concluded jy Tending a lift of fifteeii the principal of ere as follow I f fcDcnif Hawkins ixj Henry BANKES that the Right Gentleman had indeed attended to his as to but thai he made his reduaion in a way which tie had never nor ever He never concur a texfas thai read by the Right The Right Gen tleman had publicly complimented him on his faithful discharge of the duties of Chairman to the late and had intimated a wilh that he ftowldfill fuuatioh in the Btrt he confidered it as a point of to his mod decidedly to that to facha Cottmiiteeas the one pro r at T y were necessary and other gen tlemen were who would be ah impedi ment to all PETER M30Rfe fully concurred Barges think that lude die uie public would krjnyr what to eipeft of itj and wbna not be difap The of well how to eftimate to done wjth thu of Finance at That of had made three Hoafe not ajfled upon oneof thertiv The was trie as it was tjie inittee had pointedi to Members how thef bf thepubKc money 4he ih their thcvignt it to fave The ftcohd Report ed nothinghud been done but to call ba ta The third places and in this ribthihg whatever had appointed Corrjmiueesy would it not be better thaUhey flictild convert ths of former Committees to ibine concurred witli that the Lidprnpofed was very findiha r wouidbe bet ter not to revive the Chrhrtintec at Thq conduft of Bankea had been fuch as to entiJe him to the thanks of die Koufe and Conn try and ha fhould eipefi But little gooci frcaa aby Committee in wliich that HonpurAble tieman would nbtrefume Klftl vriftedthat ccafe trtesift for than sffuine fuch degenerate It wasari infolt tothe for Member to name a Cornmittee in thehwrmef of the Chan cellor of the He appealed to the Honourable the former give in his cum n lift rf with whom he would be willing to LORD declared his decided refoiucion no to attend in Committee fo admitted that great delay had plire hi the Committee making its delay was imputable to no mifconduci in the to tHe variety and inipcrtance of the which demanded its DirTfrence of opinion certainly another Tiie Chairman Mr i Bankes had up a luminous in whicK many political and c wholly foreign to the ubje5ls ior which intro wKich great gnd could only Jnr pferefs toiprdsthe ftom the they thoughtit improper his ALDEPuXlAN in a fhort vindicated the Hon Chairman from the Imputations of tKat the parr of Cyinmittee was and the in bnfineis cbnfequently not afterwards took place which ftill further impeded their pro refolntion refpefling thb abolition of linectle and unuecellary which was adopted after five deliberatioiN was fub verted when many of the members had ceaisd to give their DENIS flRCrtVNE that fome time in the Eaiter reiJfs matter had been prepared for a report The Committee had gone through and were prepared to give the Houfe account of thefr when the Chairman prtftnted x not a for their It the Treatife had been merely a piece cf liarm lefs he Ihould not have objected to btit it went to disjoint the and to propofe that to Parliament which liras furs could never be afted upon in that liouis BANKES faid a few words in LORD ARCHIBALD HAMILTCN icas of that if tha of Exchequer perfifted in the nomination he made that eveningj Committee would never report at He thought his Majeilys of fhewing any iniiety to pof fefs themfeive of the labours of the had veryclearly fhewn their inclination to dii penfe with them CHARLES ELLS vindicated his own condufl in the The two which had the moft were thofe which went tn leave untouched all places in the Royal and another which declared that it might be expedient to abollfh fome and 6 retrench the falaries of The Member there was a very eloquent cHffertriricn on the in creafing influence cf the to which he by no means a laughf and concluded with he was willing to take his full of thfe imputations that had thrown orit againft fome of the C for thisngh the Reportbad been it had not been delayed through iiaifter or vexatious CALVERT regretted that there were fb many perfbns on the it was well confidered fmecure places as bed parts of the He wifhed the Houfe would take up of the old reports that had been laid bsftis and come to foffie refoluiions upon CHARLttS LONO denied that the labours of the Committed had been The arrangement with the from which benefit had beea was adopted fuggeftion of tbe Com Dy i had at the I in fuch a en tthc H kny perfosal I office through the tion of the and1 tn J
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