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Day (Newspaper) - February 15, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED stx FEBRUARY PKSlK THUS PHILANTHROPIC SOG1ETY appointed by this iETY to cany iulf cfiect their benevolent iu r distressed Teachers iu pnu iiv the publication of the First PRECEPTOR aud WEEKLY VAMiLY U the 3d MARCH and request the js as the Nobility mar to uatronisp so laudable an of l in advance for the hall iiui Ks 01 to their Deputy Inn frir of cxpeim in onllT v i vomjlilt sets of no valuable a literary no mure Papers will he primed oil than r 10 niiinly tin The l il qnalHud to if the oiritud this oj s this Society is ts philanthropic plan the purposes of bencvoliiicc en 1 in the profession vi V r ur wualcver their I M a Book the Livs of the Institution Treasurer evV ISonMstrcct and Pv i It t1t to 40 into the H wilus to Lit his House it i fiiltiHy rmd tinI iittvj is vtry consists il tuw in tent oiio prrss ia a rteturliiV and i riiir To prtVrnt it int lers than four li ilf t way ni MirttT 14 As in i I tlie it is jnrftctly a ifU to iu ami ar ble to tu irnituri J i tur t The rent is no so d ho will take care iT trrnt iiqui i Vi l ADS KKl IsKVj iv ol tinIwiti of JAMES t the First day of On Miiuireii Lril a Partner the and Dry Sal liiitiMeii t he Partnere vii s iu till und pay alldebtf I ill SALES BY PJtlVATE Advantageous LEASEHOLD a Situation pucultaiy BY N cxtensire LEASEHOLD uoiv iu fall trade to the extent of nearly 8000 bar rels chiefiy ill a family int the jilajit aaU which ure coostjacted ou n remurkubly rliivible and lire in excellent The tenure is singularly nud the term un usually Early possesicn may be jind a laifrc proportion of the purchase money rcmaia on se curity a limited apply to near the Koval ELEGANT Splendidly HARRY and Convenient FAMILY Milh Coach House and and replete nith every Oflice comprttnt to cceom uindate a laiirf and respectable The premises arc tinmost perfect harin wiUiin a few weeks untlcxgonc a complete repaialion aad bcautifyins aid llie xvhicb ii aTld appropriately eleijanl with tie siyliand fashion of the is eutiicly new aiul of the ifit devoiption and nnitedly oflcr a most elifiMe oppnrtuuity to Kobleiirari or tatnlleniau dc siruiiS of au krrnedinte and fashiunable residence conti to Pvrtnian aTu Manclnsler May be viewed by with may be had at H New BY CO VENTGAR DEN KEW THEA TUE fiUBSCRTIIlON SHARE of payable by lm iutcrist at per fov a Tninsftralile Alsi in the ah1 and Wilts and BLTS Ca Hock London aiuHVcst Middlc Company Niw ith RED Bv LEASE of a rely desirable in LITERARY HILLS This Pay is in Three price Fifteen in FOREST of a Novel JL containing Sketches oC Portugal and and part of Printed for THE LONDON Conducted by RICHARD AMUEL TIPPER very respectfully in rms the the FIRST NUMBER of this Work is now ready for price SAIV for This present Month nll lie in Price THE FIRST NUMBER of the QUAR TERLY By Johiv Fleit and Hat Lontiun Ballantyno nnd iortli Ediu bvrrgh and and iii tbrs Litoary the pub that tlitFirst Number may Considered the Prospectus he holds out Uo pro kc can coaJidently Hiat the gentlemen who have eceagid in this have long enjoyed the esteem of the rould tlnir names IIP given without iirjjiV to the freedom and the troth of tfiry wonld honourable plcdgiof and the attRchment to the interest of with whirh this British Journal be Gintloinen desirous of First Number of this as soon as are to give in thrhnames immfdiati to their respective Boukr r either in town or This day is in 3 price ul SOLDIERS a By Printed for ftirtl Pater LllEKAk Mr hv of the Public and sold bnrgh and Wojrsn and rJMHE a by Thomas 1 3 a by Augustus Von 3 CHIUSTIN Prjncoss of an Historical by the Author of Caroline ot 2 a translated fYom the French ot Madam Author of Ditto in French The DUKE pt an Historical bfin the continuation of the Duchess of by Madam de 2 vote In the A iu voh by Sophia Author of Vivi i j 1 i i JaraVs iNKLlN begs leave to iutroduce t lAiRUOSAMOKD which f p to save a of fc from uiT oiiyothf tit V ap are commencing under i about to l4Vc Ins present winIV iic ciielty in is L n the Ajipiaisiuir aadActijutfriug a cirk ur by Letter to iars A i Vl U HtUhSALt SLtiAK YOUNG wlio has Imxl iii a Sugai s uiie of coiiinximls inaii 1 iliuve to he kft at tlic prJHter nf I In iiniiuuiatety attended Has tit objeetiou a or a month on kMVAl k fclAJCAl lOiN need Within a tays jonr S of who takes two Private Pu n at present a is viry henltuy and ci ir iiy V heiriirnow in way be spoken will a line for at Taylor and us Ni Pauls and rcfe to of ercat rcspectaViliTv avihiin under aui Ship with a Mjanre the situation is The premies hovu been recently repaiied irreat and taste are held under he BidtnrJ for a lonf at a low Tu b be had aud and with may of Mr Hol be LET or a most Excellent with Ciiachhiuse aud a chief part of the uituVe at a Tuither particulars may be known of Hojjsart 0 7iis Day are in price PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS on the INOCULATION of COWPOX pointing out a new mode of ohtamiii and preserving the Infection and a ccrtciu test of perfect llhistrated by Cuts and Tie second wtfh au Containing ad ditional together a phn for extinguish ing the contagion of theStnallpox in hc British ami for rerderin the Inocvlutioa general and By JAMES Member of the Uoycl Collegv of Surgeon to the Orphan amluufof to the lustitulion for the gartaituus Inoculatiou of the Printed for Rers and J Ixindou ami and John Ander is Price EVERY MAIS HIS OWN BREWER a Treatiscexptaining the Art and Mystery of and ncotumcnoine and proviui the ease possibility of every mans bis ovu in any om one ptck to a hundrrfl quarters of Mat intended tu reduce tne expense of By SAMVEL Some CoimJrs attempt to extend theii art so far as to add Btremjth to the IVcr but let it lie that tJie prtticinal constituent ports of Beer should he Malt and Hops when strength is Rivfeu to the liquor hy any other its nature is and it is co mure Beer that we Cmnbmnes Theory on Printed for Soho Liurolnsiiin STAiK LCvF TEHY TICKETS will be positirek givin to the ad ventnrers in the New which is to comment e drnwiue on Uth of April One Thousand Tickets to tVFirst Drawn Fifteen Poinids the First Day of aud Five Tickets to the First Drawn Prize above FifterR Pounds on the Se cond Day of additiou to tlic other 6 2 10 4 I The Tickets and Shares arc on sale at the od corner of and facing the gate of the Kings by and HOUSE Of L TU Iloytxl Assent as jriveu Ly it of the Kul Lord WA LSI Son A to Lirrt Lord Viscount GitlMSTONE took tii anii on hn arrcssinn to Peerage bv il1 his TUe resolved itself into a m Giejsuus Divorce Iic t tlur Ti former fov iUitrs re i 500 TO of an eligible three iittod up auJinudauizfdat a witii folding balcony ittt in possession of a The vhoie iu perfect aiidlitfor ilie imawliattposscfiiou of j small fir furtHiT paiticulars apply to Ctv UPPER HARLEY BY KT three rooms on a attached and ilimblt coach houscand fuurstall HditabJefor if disthlc The itisntioi is iimslicu in a substantial and orna uiental sylu of saperior with every conve tb possession of Ail pounds joay remain on niencefur a larsr family lale miial Two tiwusaud at 5 per For further appy to continues to Sciences iuhif improved expeditions uino hi till nine at night H the of his modiefttaih IloaJ BUIL and Bv A VALUABLE LEASEHOLD 1L comprising a very extrusive with tuld c Rrtts intothe n ronrenirct Cocntiiis Large with a nttl coin iuslruct cVcwlli House adjoining contaium thrre XEW CYC daS is in price Part of he TEW WCTIOMARY jof uud LT TERATURE fjriacd Upou a luori eularijctl plan of rargcuiLut the jJictiotiary ut article of with addi tions oiid ucw sulyrfK of ami iiitory andatinpttd tu the present olIJJcraturi By ABRAHAM Editor of the last Edition of with the of irofcssioiiiJ Cntlerncn The First Edition of tbis New Work conswtvd of and a Second EdUiun of ail the early have already bton railed A fcV copii3 arr printed n royal with proof impressions of the Irinted fur unu Pater nosterraft aitd Rir ng Straihaiij T StockdacvScatchcrd and Cntbcil and Lackingtcm and and Cadell aud S and KiiJgrs Brodie aad Salisbury and Wilson and JKANU FREE CJIFT of WHOLE as follows 5 ONE THOUSAND TICKETS the First Nunbrs A 101 SOI Also a FRFE GUT TICKETS to tu to 1 of FIVE WHOLE drawn above the Second Numhfrs as to to to to Tic above Tickets mav sa he whole of the following CAPITAL PRIZES SOI Begins APRIL In constquence of the above iifts of are only Tickets awl Shares are selling at all hc IJccnstd a foail and otiur st aad dhiing dointstic adiuirably 11 hilly by ihr displayeu hy thtmi j i he has iad the to Hi o constant practice with iarli vitl tlie a bentJit mt bf mit wiili it thinks it unnffcHsniy To ub uicissni y thi Sword lor if particularly for of Light y RinV wlioselives may frequently de ullhiU 11 f i aTTjoiiiiui tluK1VLK T LONDON BHlLlOlv occupying a valuable iMve plot oi with great aiJvan and SOLD of tlsat old i PrcuiiM the Swun Wap a PtKuiuenirine of Hhoisf eiin veijiiivite UuilJiiii of linwiui Fifty at a small eouU he tjilonble tht The within these Lave hid many thousands expended in ttili repaiis and judicious alterations T he Plant is in excellent condition the VntB aud ieiiffin nearly new DweUiaKhitiscs and constant supply of water from thj Pinnies truly liauug many and may MangleBone any moruiof from l THAMtlS amOlEUWAV CONTRACT for Committee are ready Io receive Ten deis fi the of One Million of btirtit for the of the LjU at to he dclivrrcil upon the Premises one llnrJ of quantity the first dav of March and the reinainin t vo thinii iu monthly uropurtious helure the first of TlirTcJleis must fJid and indcrscd Thames and Mtilwuy CaiMl Tcurler for must adJirsiyl taine at or the Vulture Corn on or bcfmSaturday the 1Stli of February iiMant and the Ptrsons the or some Peraou on iUir lUtend to answer when at a Mcetintr f Coinrnitter at the feorie iidairtfd ftra crany trade or mannfactory iMHiiiin 4S firt iJ front of the hy 105 Vet and most centrally situate for the East aud cmis Alsoi a Plot of Building behind aiid adjoining the 50 fret iu ty ifw tVot Thiuhole in cxctlhut and arc held for a term Jo at a IonRroaud rent Iunnfdiatc posatssion may be Mny be nuil further particulars on appli to WALKERS BRITISH COLLECTION of the WORKS of the most popular ENGLISH and Of those PROSE WRITERS who have attained Classical Tame with Translations from the Greek and Jloraau Classics Prose and Vcwe aud Treuslatiocs of the best Trench and ltalia Authors has Iceu for Some time preparing ou a and commodious which eiobrncci at once the two ohjectBACorreclness of ami Beauty These which are intcniJil to 6e pe or ptrhops uppcaring each may Ie continued in regular series in which will form a complete Library of standard English Litera ture or they may be purchased each Volume au entire a Jifc the or a Critieal and ciohullished Mith a Vignette and designed and engraven by the best Ar fiom the most inurtsting and chajacteristic Sub Thesize of these Volumes is thfit which has been so long celebrated on the Continent iy the imrae of years Mutt Bills ut this siiicrre rertt to tu i Bmhcs not ouly dcexed the ipoat convenient for T 0 be LET or an FREE HOLD about OneMile from Croy iltlcvwy for a stauliiitp fur ten and standing for thrie an excellent kitcheji lawn and shrubbcrirs tastefully laid twi in all One moietyor nvo thrds of tbePurcliaseMuuFy Tcsnaiu on mortgage for a term of Plan of the and with ticktts Io to lie bail of nurveytir particulhis also of Md Vulture Tavira r Tin the iid of Jy nt eleven oclock By order if the tifoor ttli LIVERPOOL LIGHT O carry only Four sets out from the iOLUEN Charinr on and Friday nt six through Burton upon luu to Liverpool where it arrives to diuner the second The Coach cnllcJ the ROYAL LIVERPOOL tUrongh Northamptoir aud Ijtchficldj ami at tis and and srls out on ck ami tvo o Readers in but is uiosl happily adapted for Pre senU young of such Works as may gratify and unprovc their And to secure thisvaluable noworks will but such as honord by the uiriversal sanction of Criti cism aud popularity such as have approved by Teachers of and theArbiters of and may be circulated with as the proucst triumphs of English Tt may not be nunecrcsary to add tlmt the VViitiiis of our eminent Authors have iicvor Ltforu been priutct in a form whichso strictly combines aud That the may be tu to judge of the Superiority ot these the following are ahtady at Vhe Prices auuexed Thoinsons Tele StPElUOR At his Corner of GREAT AS great satisfaction in being able to an nounce to the and he after considerable iu the employ of the best aided by local V SPLENDID ASSEMBLAGE OF TOWN PRINTED Of fixrd and knmoveaMe for tlieir and which are peculiarly to the present mode of us i combines every of the roost exquisite and designs and pattems from the Pa Asiatic Schools of and displays an inlinite variety of rich Damask Printed in Bleu Celeste and Royal and other peculiar adapted for and Dining and Ertakfjst with corresponding Medallions for Chair to and an extetisivp ussortmeut Plain of fast Piiiln timfBordcitd and Moriui for the varied purposes of elegant iu theabove to the inspection of the feels 1 the superior quality of hia and the very low price he is a factnrer and Pioprittov to charge relies he shall secure a continuance of that patronage it has been his ambition to A fresh repply of Patterns from the Manufactory may be seen every Wednesday at bin Warehouse above referred Trade are also 0 0 Popes Homers 0 Popes Homers O Jnuiuss Oasians o DrJohnson I j 0 DrydenV o Iranciss 0 Cliapones aiyl 0 Ovids Kpistlt Dtarti O o 0 unit Milford Harru MAI L every Evening at at ThenOLYHEADond NORTH WALES Evcniri at wnd from the General Posf Office ai Sunilavs t The HOLVHEAD POST COACH by Salop and Capel every aipnrinz exet pt GEOBGE I50ULTOand Talfs of the 4 o M iltoiis Poetical Vicar of Waketield 2 6 Seven Champions of Christendom 4 G and Jloorus Fiibks 2 6 0 Popes 5 0 HtrvVys 0 Ziiumormaii on Solitiids 4 o Sturnitj 2 n Spiritnul o Humphry n Gniiivt 6 Don a 1 o 0 Gil 2 Grays Printed for Walker Johnson Richai Fauider aud Sou and Itiviuston and ijharpe Iea Nuuu j nudHIar Jeffrey and ccd RetSi aaJ Oriae Ca dell and Davics Robiuson Parry and Kingsbury ajtl Joucs Asyaae RScLUy d IKOPniETV oi and Health cannot be more essen tially pioinotcd than by cttcrniuig to the preserva tion of the NEWTONs RESTORATIVE TOOTH POW havrai vccciVtJ the of the first No a generous by an extensive consumption for n series as well as the attesta tion of ils superior excellence from the analysis ot its component parts by the most distinguished medical cha who have proiijunced it the most pleasant tsble Touth kuuwn to increase the betuty of the aud promote the dumbility of the and which in consequence of its experienced been honoured with the immediate patronage of their and Vhe various bcanchcs of the loyal in the United NowtousTouth Powder is an aad Imtic a dehcats gratiful to the und pleasant in its use in to those who apily it is a certain preventativc to pain or decay of to the latest period of It continues to be faithfully prepared by only at hia latp Great from the genuine IJe cipe ofihe late Sir Richard Physician tu their IVia and sold arri for by Shaw and Pauls whom he haa empoivercd to mikea liberal allowance to lys Town and Country retail hy Coultaa acd at Newtons late Great and byevery Perfumer and McuiCiue Seller iu the King doini in boxes at AISo may be had all the diScrent Vcuilers in tho his Lupin price was in c to the Scutch ApjJCDl of Smith nxccodinsfb of Vihiih AIII Lord on a mentioned hia intention oi lutive to the late in As did not ee the jNoble lie wished that foine Mrmlier vvculd inibiiii tiiat the Motion wauld be postponed day The House was then mxt the Ibth of HOUSE The acquainted the Home tlrat e bad it ndtd at the Bar of the House to his jcstys the Cttui namtJ to give tJse Koyaj Asscot to a Bill for the Marriaje of liigirt Loril Boriugdon and onUie Motion the Lord Advocate f the Newry Gomiuittiv adiumcJ to on acciunt of tluiuiiiiposltion of Sir Jolu which wa ctrtilied ii the by tlcinaa in Sir RoMi ttV moved tm Onlor for the tliird reading of ho Eiuiiiy iilrcii ui corclincly was a thirJ OvdcrJ tha Sir Samuel Romillydo carry it to the On the Molion of Lord Uvo in the Vlilitia Iiii brought up and The cue t lie provisions of the Bill to the fcnciLle of roycd miners to coi Cornwall and anil tluc straining the tmj militia Lll s as the quota provided by Use Act of Noble Lord principle ujon his Bill reiiitucriti net to of their following tht iau down iu exceed of that FRANKLY N aid t was now tix or flfttn aad it matter Ol find theiu thus brought iorvvavd Sessions after If the Lord hud foviviird his elauifb ia eorar of the CHI lief of the the House would then have au opportunity cf them under all iLeir It a strouif objection i his mind to the that comi ties whicu had tucceetled in respec tive quotas of under Conner Acts of Par were in no better condition than those counties which had not raised their men mid injuriously this operated on the crricers who served militia those Ivleinbtrs who comruisbioiis in the militia ccckl very rea dily Fov his own he could not avoid that it would operate with pecu liar hardship on the regiment with which he had the honour to be The Member repeated his objections to the general principle of the and concluded with condemning the haste with which ihe additional clause had btcu hurried through the Lord in explanation it was not the wish of his Majestys Minis ters to take any gentlemen by Colonel LEMON thought taut the clauses which had been had been brought with ton much precipitancy beibe the He hart ventured in private to suggtst an alteration but he understood he too late Le must therefore blame Noble Loid tor tjof the House longer time for Lord offered to pobtpoae ihc in order tu afford time for discussion but the Speaker informed the JNoblc that such a proceeding would be contrary to the forms of the Lord MILTON that when the NobleLord first proposed the measure tor recruiting tlie Lire from the Militia he that it was not a fixed was only acted upon to meet the of a peculiar crisis but now the Noble without word of the necessity of the being came forward aicaui to propose tie recruiting the Line from the No one could but that the Bill would be pernicious the naernal organization of the Militia He ad mitted the inffriority of the Militia Troops to those of the but he that Mili tia Soldiers and Oliicers were perfectly adequate to all the constitutional puvpostsfor which they were TJiev were not raised for but to be employed as a tort of at to guard any sudden Noble Lord he would not any opi nion as to the necessity there be tor aoeruentiny the Rptrtilar Force of the but certainly he that other might le reiorted tu for augiiieiuiiig thut less inurious to the coumry than proposed He would collider the nurous h the Noble He would coll n other than a Coscnp prescnt Bill 0 another and therefore he cud not suiier it to ins cided disapprobation of the t SHAW LEFEYUK cousidtred the liili OG jectionable in various points nndtliat Lie House ousht to muke u stand before t allowed Bills of this kind tu Sir GEOKCE WABRENDFK that an increase of disposable force of tic fountry was but he to be ththc forthhouie and not for a liritisli to Le scut to the thought f
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