Day, February 3, 1809


February 03, 1809

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Years available: 1809 - 1867

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Day (Newspaper) - February 3, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX OCLOCK FE3 LITElMilY 13V PUIVATE of nn im i OF HARRY TRACT of prrncipalU contjiufng Four Hundred fonnMj It wellknown KfUtc called j rriiding in held on live for at 4 yearly rent of 6Ii ant a ycjrs rent the dcmife of each and now Droved rent amounting annually io The two miles of the Town of Lougbrea may bt known at LEASEHOLD Hv HARRY IHIL cONf PACT LEASEHOLD HOUSE and mndernly ind in excellent nf Bloomtburyfquare the prcmife eompiife three principal and drelfing two parlnun and convenient with tr rcnuifite domeiUc the whole bai re rnlv undergone repair itiJ and arc held for of U at a low rent of a M ht viewed by which may be hid at i PliilltPtj New North near the rive Mile O anercellent FAMILY HOUSE ircrfccl elegantly and fit for the ite of a large a and two he oncthrce the iauic and with fourtetn ground and firm with a paddoct of two which ar plantd mapy fruit wc wlti gripery in full panlculart and to applf it PERSONS of PROPERTY and RRSPECTASILttV N V Perfon of the above defcnptirm that can command from Three Hundred to a has new an opportunity and choice of Two Coooenft which r trur refpcftihle Funhrr particulars miy be knownbf applying at Citv A L A ROE NEWCASTLE COALS of the firft and on the loweft termt ire fold by hr I ONDON SEA COAL plan Hrft adopted in the year and tlincrt tLe approbation of the firlt families in the for the encreafing encouragement the moil ihanis ire returned HARRISON and a the enormdni price of Horfc Pro Hirrifon only chstft per per chal oitthc I HE REFUGE FOR THE Royal Highneii thcDuke of Edward ANNIVERSARY AND Royal Hirhncfs tht Duke of IO Atoira 33 50 Milton It His Ambafla dor from Spun 6 A If 51 10 ib IO 5 II WUgrefs I to lo I Kiiidcrf IO 10 Foftcr Mr 1 Alden a oin 1 Read A b the of the 5 O S I i I l IO to 31 o of Siiriiy ScSont City of Lon i Tavern Williams Vanfittirt Mils Vamutart io Iiirry IO iq 1 Stcrry ohn Charles I I I t 3 a i i l i Chjrles friend to tiie rf this Ceuntty f 1 I t Ducket i Burton Gardner I Cocks I The Committee aKo needfully wknowkdgc uf fifty poundi from the Drncrt gndo cijmcas tromtbc riviiMT rTnyrc One guinea eondimo 4k ttJBull paid within Subfcriptiant arc reccjrwl the tfi he Coiledtun JoWkJ atij Hugh Sir t I I I io to 10 10 10 13 ro io Martin io io a l to io w Xo Sir ix Strujel x I Columbine 2 o 10 io Edward 30 o J 1 2 enry John ttrin StrnutI M nWJ Efq1 io 10 i Anrici araei John Diian Efq annual kud net tod Prif Jtnd rnri anrt and Cot G U the Scere OMTI gridge Pentoa LONDON DENNISON and BKcYAN DEN NISQN will commence their frcond Courfc of LEG TlRES onthe THEORY ind 1ICE ofMlD WIFfcRYp ad the DISEASES of WOMEN and CHIL on Monday February the at u For apply to ApsdJeciry toth 01 tai Dodori Croadftreet AT a NrwtiflgofthrDireftorsof theTH AMES ARCHWAV hdd thxr Jlft day o at the Globe in ft was vninirauufly rcfohrcd that nrtice be ajiilrK ticc is hereby accordingly that there will be Spe cial Affccjbly of theThatnei Archway day thcijth day of February at twelve ocloctataooir at the Globe Tavern in to Uke int conCderation thr befl mode of IjirtSer th and the Claim made bytheperfoa been hitherto employed in conducting the KaHANHUR BERNASCONL COR ROLFS in die of Sum ford4il a CiMed of refpoc with cotrteirfeiK food from tear to 16 0AKCEY has the honour to an MetueWlte Ifobitlty tod that he hit ready M elecant AflembUjc of ontoe principle he ii enabled to fnpnly Uttttft Mt BtWuTftrcct ocirly tteing H begi leave to bbrnir the following Lifl very of which he tunttely purehafea before the late enormous it fbey win be foHind foil IJ per Undifthe priee uraallT Hot Pretfed Yellow Bsth Poft of per Second Fine Thin Piee Thick from to jiC Half Reims at A large Mortnentr cf Aeerfow at rery low ROWLANDand Jfebit and Bond bej IfireiBrtfttetpecTfullyttf retorh their fincerc thackito the Gentry who always honoured them vKth their and tattered by the btiifattlon which they have they foliciethe future favoors o their prefent the public and in of the Mpid and extraor dinary rife io tne advice of many o thefirft a quantity of fuperfine eloth cnmpofed of Enjlift for apbcarancp and bllity very litrWtnfcrior to Spaniih con lidaibly Ie61a of whiclia Cnjle trial will give full de Bawl fancf leather in the moft approved tlilc o Coantry may fend an old fuite at a be informed how to rranfmit a proper raeafare per AND AHILL that the Ticket arid Shares the enfuinj to begin Drawing on the inb of nosy their old Oh tho Brft day ftf wiU be entitled to loejoTickets on the fccond day of Prise wilf earftled to 5co Theft viJwMc are bf the ttpitsl th YUhm dcpefitcd in the a lift of numbers mar be bad ttcentlf ftared afamg thefrilowjng litt of capital of 4 i of 4 of Oniersby Litter or Carrier exccated exactly on the fame FiveHundred TICKETS be given on the Firft and Second Day of drawing the GRAND STATE which tegiiu on the of ANUL bcides the vndermcatioucd Prizes 4 Prizes of jgieyxio are 2 jppoa 44 loo 500 loo 50 to to tO to to to to to BATS Of Wednefdiy April 111 Thurfday ApriJ 17 Friday ii f Saturday April 19 The Contradtori hive PermlSon the Lords of the Treafary tp make a FREE GIFT of ijco Whole n Addition to the Frizes in the FIRST FREE GIF of xooo WHOLE for Ibc firftdrawt Prize above xjL the Num of wjjlcb 8jox r GIFT of 500 WHOLE far firft drawn Prize above the Hum which arc I3tibo I to to f I ieevfei ISfiot at fiE j pi through on t firitikteaad Ireland are MmOn nrjety inSru er wii U Mtml fine of the tt vaunt Hhq rtcoaunCTdttiont of ip an Twelve Gui New 3 GEOGRAPHY out Great Britain are J Part of price aha two that New ft Ot CtCOCtt mQQ to rraphlcal in ibis fie PansIwithout the engagc due up in blue and Printed fo fo Pitprnoftcr X DiqriONARY com prifingiiilccufate and popnHr Vteoriff4fc prefeni ed huftian Wilhaai aothwr atid proprietor kf vs riooi xotthenatlca Illullrated whh M4 bylowr anfl Kcarly printed by Wjiiniajfom This work may be hid cpmplete in 6 pric fij 6r inIlMoiflily price 6d 6f with IS of ta Tl price in iwo beaut by XTBxttjlrawinsi by Ri The good the pure piety which this work vcryyaluiblc iWHt of the aphorifir fcat IXCTD llftiJy fmSdenily ickncjwfcdgfd j the a ditional remarks of the whiefl sire by no means fpa rinjly will not fafiat it fioct the raanifeft and Convcrfctiosu on o that fclcncc are fattUiarly explained isid QUntiMctf la s in work bffitr ftudents of both The pertijietmy of of jndieiBhi illuftrsUvt and the ttepBcc cf U well adapted ta be capacity a more appropriate paMicaUoti Ma hardlybe BritUh Aodent and Modern jffiS eanfes and erents whkLIufc pro a tbtnl edjttdaja elcyBft ttyv in Mxv ooosnvvfliVc embelljfted with an Price 6A or iv generally corroil r Ocateclfabd pro Ac in tfotobfe uVOKOUeif 1 Power of and af tte approach tefilmcmig and experienceofi of It is a boojt which in all Ctuationi aodVwiifc tW aofwer the double JasjratlBttAeBi in and in Monthly Rew Hints to Tomjg PraitWaiert iaittStadr fcape mnftfated to ftow the diSerrtK ftages of Towblcbar Inftruaions on the Art PifWfS inftruAjoni for Thii work drawing Jandfcapcs tlfo nagemeatof IMtirnatioru and ETiAsnces a By tht Thomaj In The fccond edition price in u TicworVconiralaj cuUud to anfwff book lock tier thrfughom the Monthly Religiott and Chriftia la i A TV friUilh a StleAion oT the r fa tW Language ol and Judicial ora tory with To which is prefixed an jaooBeflce By of Veridartoxa Pecii the Union In Price in Llyet of Ancient traftOated from the Prcnchof with and a Life of the By the AIn a he fecotia jiriated by Price oa moral and Addrcffed John Ruffoi B Edmund Prebendary of Chsyiain Grate the thjke foolfcip Price ii Sfanoirtof Wrixtettby Hisnfdl lining Political of Prinefpai of the Eiriuewtxi A new 104 Trice one guinea io boarth ThU it ope of moft interettBf ifiued from the Freaci prefs the fnOroAntr rained in Matenal taftntafejm or PMtirf CuuiusWsfliiV fedwitfckr vloral aad origisuuV By MOWwisiii There it fomtthiflg in the plan gfttftftprefnn HttU work pirtieuUrly ft grot pleifure that we recommend a the exeeution fo Ad4reffed to a Tfomg wherrfn the cruraAers of Romeaarecoofidcred chlesiy with reference to prevailing opinJoxov By The aeood In We do not venture without roiture deliberation to af crt fhitootmtrely the ladies of the v m O a hii firft tratree into Jife ind adapted to clrcutnftancci fourth 3 Price work The doe which we ortholoxt ahJIfbcral the mioneri xrhtehit recommends wit iudicioiw parent would witt bu ton V eonfider thefe fctteri at truly and roajxiviiend them to utentioo cf oto younzer We withhold oar tribme of prilfe which i workof fuch fuperUtlvtf nurU of from Palmerfcoo to her Daughter in vlcating roortlitf by enteeniniBg By of fn 3 Tolk poft Price in TBit ii a rery pleafiag executed perfoim An Introduclion ta the Study of By x with 15 Price in A few copiet colowMt of Priee The plan of thii work i to render the fclenee of botani cal arrangement itwell as tttvcSure tind ana of lad ineVery point clirjbk ming perform of either who be deCrotu of etegut uxi ofefal foencem partoX their ot tfi PnAietlty flluftrated idapruioo of to the ordinary jftxroofef of Hfe ind Vfi progreflnre applied Mb bmiliar io together h Caniiilete Efliv ontbe Art of eflity of and eowftel waw of ne By Captain In the and thrift of March wilt be COTTAGE of the in 3 JL Price Printed rbrSartucl Particularly adapted for apd on the id of March will be A SYSTEM of COMMERCIAL ARITH entirely differing from any trcattfe on the that Jias ever yet been laid before the exhi biting in extenCve inquiry into the principle of the diffiife ilhiftration of every calcnlarion that occurs in trade except froifa the and coufufed utoHy taught in By Formerly of tht Lhtje Under taken attheeameft and conducted tie Of and Broken of tie moil extcuCvc knowledge and experience in the City of Printed for Samuel N On February watpublifbed of The or Monthly Meteor a variety Of other tntc rcfling An Engliftinaxtf Prayer to the Peril Sa cerdotal Strictures a Coop de documrnu of hit on the Arfrjeftreet Notorjont Gam UvcipcM Fafliooaije Anecdot of i for Samioa taiiy atttobtbadof CTenrSookfeller tn fc ASTATEMEN1 of the IMJTIES of TOftSfr aad opon Fortl teorfc4 or ewortcd fjotn Great a the Boontiei and Allbwwicti tift afldfAWe ofl tie fMicriet dieDtrtirt CoaA OnraaxiiK and Caues ttntetberwitfc of ad RaffiiQ the whole bronbt ay to tne 5tb Sold bj Sampd PROSPECTUS of the NEW LONDON REVIEW ON MondayllTe 13di of J be t rNwnlgr of nctyjnif onginri in which theJreccat oar contemporary writers wiB by who in the trae andmanJy fprrit of candid critjeifmt have agreed that each contributor with gire fo that lie csujcBdaje Uterafy Cunr may to whom he ii other for the cn or the admoohloo thw enlightens As it rontt that cotnpfltdoeof thii nature moCrequire offome by and qnanfied for that tie Pnbfifter fisucrs tiinrclf will Cot Jse imaccpt the fJtrcns of Work ta at fo and yet fd deiintev by general by Richard who is life and health be granted to add this lafl proof of his unwearied zeal for the the the rightful claims of im to whoai letters and under cover for the may Jc addrcfled fold alfo by all other Sfiacdlly will be in Four A SYSTEM OF By JAMES Royal College of one of tieSur jrconj of the Royal and ProfjEbr af Clinical Sargecv in the UBiverlity of auJ ftip Con SUPPLEMENT to dw PHLLOSOPHY of t rppriinu This WbrtC has aH alors Temple 5e of which bacaouly lately euujptcted and fioold afubfcriber orpnrchafer beddcienf in sny Poroof the ortir of iuriLnay be fup Ued the by applying to the Th or ofLc man or Npcly and CoPaternoftcrrow or by order to any BooMdkr in town or RACKERMANN raoft refpedlfully informs theNobility and that he has this day pub LBc4 IL of the SLcpotitory of and pledges Mmfffr that this Magazine hall be vjmtliy the ofthe Htftjft public and he that the dilpjayof theAlojjthly FaikJo contained in toil bit unite grace and elegance witktheJB The fciortific rpW wiQ be by tke pcngal if this BRITISH HOUSE OF 2 The SrxjiKEE read l letter fitm Admiral tfaerfafiUVrion of thegaCant Admiral that his e approbation of MrrrojiD thefollonriojr Reports Re igxt die rmouaf cf Bounties on tne Importation of Fife ort of Report on the em to the Whale Report on the Northern DffXS Of E wifhed to be pennitted to explain of his evidence as given on ie Jw4 that he had not feen Clarke n Tuffday it had fince occurred to him e had feen her for a fewminutes on the evening f He hoped that the order of the lonfirwpnld not preclude the admlffion of his of the EXCHEQUER exprefled t as his thar it was perfeftly competent to any Memberto givein foch WAniJta again folicited the indulgence nf Houfo whilft he perhaps informally sto the terns in which his tnotion was convey that in the Office of the Com in Chief fhould be inftrufled to attend ie Committee and to bring with him re books containing all tha applications made y fubaltern Officers in the interval of the rft and cornmiffion of as kewife a lift of all the fubalterns who have ap lied for with the ftatements of their as entered upon the Office The CHISCKLLOR of the EXCHEQUER wiflied o know in what manner thefe books were to be made and in what form the lifts were to be He but rather as matter of pinion than of objeclioOf that the Honourable rentleman might draw up his motion a clearer Sir AiTHUk WELLZSLEY objefled to the mo on fo far as it called for the application of all ie with the ftatements of their feve ral Some of theie ftatements were not to the public eye they confided af private dom of remark i difclofed ornit offais and the otherpart was agreed tol Off ICE OF WHITBREAD wiflied to be informed by RigJjt Gentienan pppoGte tp Arthur in his abfence on his military he retained the falaryan4r office of Secretaryfor Sir that when he de parted from to join the fully that the Noble Duke at the head of the Irift Government was at entiie liberty to appoint any otfcer Gerulernan to the office ofoe the not was merely matter of perfbnalkind tp him he was abfentf he certainly receive the falaryof his to a Member that there wasno before the upon which Whitbreai save that he might perhaps call attention of the Hoafe to this fubjetf on a fatore and might even his duty to that the office of Secretary for Ireland was moft an inefficient office MILITIA ItTlISTMENT LORD CASTLEREAGH would not take tip dieattention of the upon a fnbjed which hadbeen fo repeatedly He could not anticipate any ferioas either to its or its detailj Said therefore fhould content himfelf with moving that the bill be read a fecond ELLIOT the both oa its principle and ohV its would trefpafs on the patience Honfe to ftate the grounds of his diflike to the It was pretended that the emergent cies of the times called for thefe extraordinary jneafures but it efcaped all the Gentle men who employed this that thefe emergencies arofe out of the We firft ere ated a and then acted upon We raifed men as a fpendthrift raifed by the facrijlce of the very iburces of the and then complained that thefe thus impair were unequal o our required Let us a better and we fhould not find thefe frequent We fhouid find no onlefs we preceded them by plant ing The Gentleman proceeded to that the word evil of the propofed the transference of the militia into the was the rapidity with which an obfervation had besn at firft as a and now adopt ed as a Wherr the principle of this transfufion was rlrft there was mucli much and fome heficaticn andreluftance to depart from former practice anJ received This tliis are riow and the matter is produced before the Houfe as a perfect matrer of ccnrrfig as a mererote of ftrppiy w his He didnot approve of this of prc As to therceafure lie wiliied Noble to explain how this transfer of the militia into the army accorded with the eicpref ions in his Majeftyr wherehis Majefty is introduced as recommending to the that they wouldconfider offome means of angment ing the army without impairing our domeftic He could not but that no meafurtf could have fb direfl a tendency to diffolvg ibe to ruin it in In the firft whatrmifi OMnifeft effect of the hewy tire doable a bounty firftito the and thence to die army What moreovBTj wasthe necefiary coadition of the when ic was thus deprived of its beft of ficer when fo great of its men always paffing away ftbm and fupplied by frefiv and when every company had almeii monthly a new officer He thought that no fyftem could fo effectually ruin both and the If he were rightly thirty gnineaswere now the current bounty for a mili If the prefent fyftam it muft fooitBe And yet undeithefe circumftances the Noble Lord eipefled that hewould be able to raife men at ten The Nobte with a provident diftruft of the efficiency of his had a referre ill if his bounty fliould fail of its expected be would have recourfe tothe ballot What was this but to infinuate that theballot was IMS main hope The Houfe might fbortly expecl the reftoration of the ballot in all its He knew his Noble Friend too well not to tranflate his information into his He knew not what effefts the ballot might have produced in but he knew that in Scotland it had almoft fwept clean the The ballot coming on the heels of the bounty had almoft defolated the countiy by inducing to What was this irt faifV but a tax in direct and fo much the becaufe it was It fell was a by was throwing lots in a which of any number of the poor and in difcriminately mixed ftould pay or forty The Gentleman that the principle of Windhamsfyllem was as different as were its He had feme returns which he would read to the Houfe in illuftradon of his they were the of the number of men raifed from the Militia in England and Ire the firft fir months of the preced ng In advantage was certainly in favour of unlimited a circumftance he could not except by t to the mamal naBKs of that Ha fuppofed they thought that iever could hare enough of In Eng land the ruoft pointedljnn favour of limited hx the firft fix months of the sreceding theuotal of the men induced to nter from niilma into the was tf which had been raifedfay limited The returns for whole of which had been raifed forllimited fervice of which Had been railea unytce JJ9re vasa kind of a freei he hadtc conclude by espreffing hi that ;