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   Day (Newspaper) - February 13, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX FEBRUARY PHICE BSCKIPTIONS IOK THf DISTRESSED SWEDES und FIN tvine Victims of the present Warwitii Franc hiT UMMiTTEE will continue to re for the aUovementione c at which epo this Committee his Majesty th i MM if liivf received the following subscrifi of one and two guineas am ci ace here uiuitted for waut of SjOOS 9 1UH1 IONS SINCE per i 20 O a 10 iiuas lo IO m per J Coutcf and 10 21 10 0 50 0 AT j of by thu r U I Curl 10 S 0 5 nEl At 2 25 0 10 10 5 0 Printer of the Public Led 10 JO AT SMITH ASD 1 5 5 aud 10 O 5 0 5 0 Darlington 5 o anJ 10 10 Leilton 10 0 AJU Olney 5 0 u Public Dinner at 4 3 i S 5 Esq 5 I I besides a quantity of jackets ano I tlie pleasure to remit to it may be paid to v Old Swan Stains FlteUstrctt 1 Estj ConsiU Dunstcrcourt the Gustaus scdisli Wellcloeutattsn i Americasquare likewise totbcfol Haukcy and Feacuurch and Bartholomew and Broadstreet J Lloyd and Lothhury Hoares an Coutts and Strand Mjrhiiid und also at LloydV and LIREOFFlCEiSOUTHAflProN f Earl Upper of Scrope jt i LL Persons who continue insured with this Assuciatjon Strcn whether their Policies be taken out for seven op he renewed aunu cquftlJy with the original Subscribers in iloliu as may have acaued during that they have the uecalif r and valuable aMur t Lit liable to make pood the of uli LpoasibHity is undertaken by an extenSiYe i iimn of Nohlemen and who hare eub Capital to the engagements iitiicf These profits are considered to be rery the Office has a selection of the best busi its manageineiit is unencumbered by large and r aLrics the and Auditors Panning Stock insured with iii nvi i at the reduced rate of per is made for Policies on removal from IVioiis iniiirinjr for sgven years by one for six years Losses have by this without deduction Managing in all the principal who MIS to tliu Provident Life IKOVIDICNT empowered hy Act of K the INSURANCE the nnt nml Purchase of ami the Endow jt the Marquis of Viscount Viscotmt IArd Scrope founded on similar principles to the Coun combines the advanlagftfcrivabfe from a of adequate with that of an equal 11111 of Managing liry incD are uot charged with any additional prc called into actual i liiiissujit ties are uor is any charge made Mlpt the JUSTICE MANSION HOUSE in the possession of two persons uowin a Bushel iu a sin about one hundred weisrht of Barrilla The parties will be examined as above un Wednesday at 12 the goods may be By order of his FRANCIS GOLDENLANEBREWERYSRARES WEST MIDDLESEX SHARES ALBION FIRE INSURANCE SHARES and THEATRE New SURSCRIPTION to be SOLD by WOLFE and Corn PUlvSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of made in a Cause wlicrcin Thomas and others ire andJames Clarkson and an infant by her next arc Dc the Creditors of Samud btc of Childs in the parish of and County of Faimerand wlio died iu the month of are m and prove their Debts before Ofte of the Masters of the said at bis Chaiabcru in Chan on or before the 24th ilay of March dofanlt they wilf be peremptorily c eluded lic benefit of said Plaintiffs GEORGE OAKLEY has the honourto an mmnce the Nobility aud Gentry that he has ready for tTieir inspection an elezant of FASHIONABLE on the peculiar principle he conducts is enabled to sup ply on advantageous at his No S Old mid Pauls INDIA LADIES or Gentlemen desirous of purchas ing curious INDIA SHAWLS have now an oppor tunity of inspecting the most superb selection ever before offered for at and mid Linen of New where they may aW receive the full vnlue in cash for and other worked ANDLES manufactured by and with WAXED have decided advantages over those made in the common The tallow being raelieil with steam is greatly improved quality and and the by being coated with emit a brighter flame with no and are marc durable than Manufactured only by the Caadle and Sotrp and for the convenience in Boxes of and Twelve Dozen at ood As Company only deliver goods for ready Country Correspondents nre requested to send references for payment in London with their TO G and of Fine Steel Work to the Royal to sub mit to the attention of his IMPpOVEI whjeh have of late been brought to grrat by removing all doubt of 8 possibility their cutiinjf for plcatantnesi and ere gvntnlly allowed to excel every oT tto to himsSlf theyneed 6hly IfledTa DC ap Sold in qnaitrn or in emnll containing an Assortment of every with the audition of Scissors and Bodki are sold without any additional charge f this material A large Assortment of Palmer and Portabl To be bad only at London W ANTS a Place in a Gentlemans wbere otber Livery Servants are a smart nctive of 14 years Oi who can read and write and knows the town be wilt be found very useful to go behind a gw of wait at Inquire of Goldensquare if by TO be for One completely fur a neat small two roomed the proper ty of to the The rent is not so much the object as to get a food ho will take care of the Tor tickets particulars apply to who has full power to A GENTLEMAN intending to go the ijL country for a few wishes to Let bis House in Nottinghamplace it comfortably furnished the beddinc is very and consists of two large fourpost fcmiMarjri tent and one press There is a and md other To prevent the terms if ftjr than four 12 the fa aired time the house and furniture would be and ar ranged in the way most agreeable to those meaning to occupy BATES respectfully informs the No bility and his Catalogue may be at his of every description in town and from the cottage to the famished and to he sold so that those who as vrelltp those who wish to dispose may be The great variety registered in books renders any coianjent the cata logue itseif being sufficient jroo of its Thftse who read it Will at one sue whether to or sell as alsxj their Si Batca attmds jjersonaJly to any distance from ftttba twosaillings per to consult and ad viseon the lust modeof disposing of Every branch in House Agency executed with dispatch SALES BY PRIVATJE CONTRACT TO be tiieLE ASE of aaeligible three recently fitted up and modanized at a consideraSle ex with folding balcony statuary marble cbnuucy possession of a The whole ia perfect and tit for the immediate possession of a small genteel For ftirther particulars ajjply to Wel FOR Thirteen Years the COMPANY hare opposed the injurious IRISH L1NE1V injurious plan whitening with muriatic acid and fntvthe Oast eigb they have kept a house open in London for the ex Iusivc Sale of their Manufacture and Bleachj which ar o be had h this country only at their 4 near leading tt No article sold but Irish and not less than n licceof 25 One piece at wholesale and no ibiUeinent ever Each piece is as to and to be bleached on the arid the mone eturned if rf fault Orders executed with Cash as usual for Bank of Ireland Agent to the is their only House 1n 4 Prized of i anI MEDWAY CONTRACT for are ready to receive Ten for the Supply of Million oT fuUizccl i for the purposes of the i it to be delivered upon thu Prciuists there one third of the quantity lirst day of Marrh aud the remaining in propoitions before the first day uf The Tenders must be in sealed i and Medway Canal Teuder 11 ami must be addressed to me at or at George and Vultuie Corn cm or before the isth of February ihe Persons uiaking the orsome iliiir must attend to answer when GRAND With only Tickets for containing J 16 Prizes of I 10 j 4ml as of besides a Grand Prize of iflOO whole for the first and ano ther of 500 whole for the second JWIFT and beg leave to recommend the Scheme of the present Lottery as an improvement pon that of the which gave universal satis By this Scheme the Tickets are rendered more uluable than in any former their numbers being to with of their obtaining lie same amount ill Prizes that allotted to 000 and arc on SaJe at Swift and Cus Poultrj Charingcross and 31 Udjratc where Capital Prizes of the last aud late Lotteries to a very great amount have been shared and F a tttirg of the Committee at the George Tcveni on the 22d of akcicvcn By order of the or HE REAL JAPAN Made by DAY ajid mvdluibls with half the by Day and at theMamifac HifU Holborn retail IK No 7 SwUlowstree Ax J the piincipal 1er i in the ami ii every Town u stone price GRAND FREE GIFT of ONE THOUS1ND WHOLE TICKETS the First Numbers as follows Also n FREE GIFT of FIVE HUNDRED WHOLfe TICKETS to the first drawn above the Second Numbers as follow f The above Tickets nmgain the whole ofthe following CAPITAL PR1XES 500 BctfuiJTAPRIL l In coiisefjucnre of the nbovc Gifts of tlcre arc only JNjSOo Tickets and Shares are selling miles from near BY be Let on a spacious FAMILY JL with excellent Walled of about two with abundance of fruit of the choicest with a nnd orangery and fish The House compTisesa neat common a djninfjparluujEV with vievf TCIT A aVrvntrts housekeepers six The whole in excellent and tit for immediate The which is aud suiteii to the may be had at To lit for oril For of Weibeckstrect TO AUCTION FURNISHING EMINENT COACH or any Manufactory requiring blended with the Convenience of an excellent approachin front aud Situation truly BY MOST Eligible LEASEHOLD PRE suitable for any of the above trades com prising a commodious Dwelling in a fashionnb r Trading tit the West End of theTown fof a term pf about 40 at the very low ground rent oe only per The House is and con sists of jour two best bsdrooins and closets on the second floor twd drawingrooms with French windows to a on the first floor on half a and patent water cloet outhegrouud an entrance with handsome two separate doors Ifading to spacious and large Exhibition or with Warerooms and two separate staircases to other and communicating an excellent stable and private Entrance at the The Household Furniture and Fixtures may be taken at and immediate possession To those who want room aud convenience for carrying on an extensive the above is worthy of atten as such Premises are seldom to be met A part of the money may remain on Mortgage for a fiven To be viewed Particulars had by applying to FROM THE Royal Rcffiment of Horse Lewis to be by vice prOmotid Sth Regiment uf Dragoon Captain Keaiie from the to be Captain of a vice 14th Regiment of Light Francis Keogh to be without vice pro 1st Regiment of Foot Gervase Anthony to be by vice who 1st Regiment of Captain Charles frorn the Sth Dragoon be Captain of a com vice who 4th Volunteer Edmund from the 38th to be vice 10th Regiment of Ensign Henry Ferguson to be without who William to be vice llth Samuel William to bu Pay master of the 2d 14th Snmuet to be without vice appomtcd to the agth istli Gent to he with out iiee promoted ia the l6th Scutt to be by pur vice isth from the West India to be vice deceased Ensign to be without pur chase to be vice Ree4 Jq vrCB deceased 30th Captain Charles be porchasej vice promoted in the Sth Garrison Battalion Ljeuteiraant to be Captain of a vice Stevens Ensign Frederick Fitzgerald to be Vice MKenzie James Pu riman Geut to be vice Second Lieutenant to be First without purchase First Lieutenant Milne to be vice Ensign Samuel Hardy to be vice deceased George to be vice 37th Lieutenant Hugh from he 4th Garrison to be de 40th James to be by vice 42d Captain Hamilton Rose fo be vice deceased Lieutenaut Alexander to be Captain of a vice deceased Lieutenant Mungo Macpherson to he vice Rose Ensign Fraser to be vice Anderson Ensign James Innes to be vice Macpherson Gentleman Cadet Alexander from the Royal Mi litary to be vice Fraser John Macdon to be vice 50th SerjeantMajor from the 1st Foot to be Adjutant with the rank of vice who resigns the Adjutancy 53d AssistantSurgeon Jthn from the Sth Garrison to be vice promoted in the 3th Goth Brevet Major George Fornerett to be Ma without vice Gist Lieutenant David Goodsman to be Captain ofa without vice removed from the service QuarterMasterSerjeant William Bace to be with the rauk of vine O3d HospitpUMatc Robert BottoirJji vice appointed to he 6tt Stephen to with out vice 73d Ensign George Weston from the 15th to be without purchase dcr to he by vice goth CiuarterMasterSerjeant Peter Maitland to be vice 95th Ensign from the 14th to be Second vice Manners pro O6th James frofri the 8th Royal Veteran to be Lieutenant without vice appointed to the 73d Royal West India William to be without vice Morgan promoted in the isth Royal Waggon Lieutenant Felix Blceme to be CaptsJu of a vice deceased Cornet William Aitkin to be vice Blcemfe Cornet attached to the llest Robert to be First Lieutenant Edward to be Second Commiaitat signed by the Lord Lirutenaxt of the of Ess Hcitern Battalion of Estex Samuel to be vice re signed Charles Waltham to Vice deceased to be Commission signed ly the Lard tf the County of 9rf Rcsimmt cf Local Hngh to be vice Robert Thomas late of dealer and to surrender on the ami March at eleven at the Saracens Head Lincoln Liralis William of deR ler and and March 1 at at Attorney Thomas of Dukestreet silE dealer and 1 at and Maieh at at Woxxland Georg both of KififayMal and 27 at the and on March at the Black at and Lodington and John of Bermondsey Nev cup 91 and and March at at Cniiltl Attomeyi Black John Coates of dealernud 24 and larch at at the Keighlcy Lancashire j 2nd Mr Thomas late of March a and at lit the Dog n FoulkM anu Manchester and Foullws and Sarah of Mr March at f at and at nt he Jeruingliam of Wolvnliampton and MessrsSmart Thomas late of lealer and at and March at at Atlur George Canterbury and Joseph Coruiop and Coleman Levy of Red at nd March nt at Ai William of Little dopier and 21 artii and March at at iamnel White William of 15 and and March at at Ciarunstrcjtj John Home of Saint Hahorrr dealer and 13 ud Maich at March James v al New ill and James to be Lieutenant Cornet Gro UPPER BARLEY BY three rooms on a JLA attached and detached double coach louscand fourstall suitable for a family of distinc The mansion is fimshed in a substantial and orna mental style of superior with every conve nience for a large family the possession of Ad miral Two thousand pounds may on at 5 per For further apply to Wel Spacious SHOP and Oxfordstreet BY THE with immediate of these very extensive Oxford opposite in the occupation of and cabinetmakers and up comprising a convenient Dwelling with excellent front two spacious held for a term of 20 at moderate and particulars by applying to and of West ELEGANT Splendidly HARRY Capacious aud Convenient FA MIL Y JT3L with Coach House and sad replete trjth every domestic Office competent to accom modate large and respectable The premises are in the most perfect having within a few weeks udergoiH a complete reparation and and ie which is costly and appropriately elegant ith thestylc and fashion of the u entirely new id of description and unitedly offer a most igible pppoHunity to any Nobleman or de iroojof an immediate and fashionable residence conti UOUB to Portmart ami Manchester May viewed by with be at to be vice promoted Joseph vice promoted vice promoted Charles vice to be Ensign Arthur Carey tcbe vice Archibald deceased Alexander Dickin to be vice 8th Royal Veteran Angus late QuprtcrMaster in the 7th Light to be vice promoted in the goth The Kings German Cornet and Adjutant William de Schneben to have the rank qf Lieu 1st Battalion of the Thomas to lie vice 4th Lieutenant Augustus Rumann to be Captain of n with temporary vice deceased Eusign William Baron Ranlzaw to be Lieute vice Riunaan Lieutenant Ernest Baron Kronenfcld to be vice Rumann George of the Nova Scotia js being absent without Commissions in the West and North Sliropshire Regirnents of Local signed by the Lord ircxt John Kynaston to he Colonel John Cor to he LJeuteiiantCoKnnl John Cresset Edward to be Majors William Benjamin Owen Robert William Ralph Thomas George to be Captains Francis Edward Peter James Richard Stephen Edward John Samuel John George Thomas John William Thomns George Asbby Peter Robert John Joint Bolt to be Lieutenants John John Roger John to be Ensigns Ed ward to be QuarterMaster Thomas ff be North John Kynaston to be Colonri Sir Corbet to be LieutenantColonel William Chwl Honourable Thomas to be Majors Joseph William Holt William Chnjch William Henry Thomas James John John Arthur tc be Captains John Thomas Christopher Richard John William Roger Johjj Arthur John Richard William George John William Jamea An Jajnes Edward Richard tc be tiswenant Robert William Drason late of StoKCy at at of Cau at at raas William John and Joseph of nt at tlir Black Lion William at at the Jcs ph late of at t the Henry of at at theBiau Arms Mark of Craven nt at Robert of timber at at John Collipr of Great at at Robert of at at 8 Charles of at at Mark qf Squire and Tristram the of Stock Lanie late Franklin late of master and Henry Fnl of Copper and John of of rrlves late of Nags Graceclmrcu PARTNERSHIPS John Fletcher and Charles linen and woollen of Jams and James of habenlasiiu s and Joseph andTlui mas of and grocers and of cardo and of wine and brandymr and Simon of char makers aud Slicgdr and Joljn Sio of and Jtbii of Dnncsn and James of Haw kins and Mary in Lower mil lineis and Hodson nod Thomas of Moorhouse and Jonathan of of Jonathcn of and Jacob of RQtber and Robert of Sizer and Richard at Suf shop Poulton and Robert Gibson of Montgomery acd Rich ard of and jVIattbew of James and Samuel of Anderson and drew DUTCH AND GERMAN 30 damage occasioned in ditfiyeiit by inundations and floating has been very and the Ringhas sent VIynheer Van Endegrest with a sum of to the relief of the On the 14thj the post waggon fpr this city was lost the river by the breaking of the and six passengers tvere to the report of General our troops in Spain baye been frequently enga ged with the ecerny between Bilboa and and were underorders to advance to John Bommghsr to be Ensigns Richard to be QuarterMaster to be The Councillors have presented to the Legislative Body the plan ofa great boplj of the pnbhc to be introdnced in this Jiing promises that the interest the debt snail never be   

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