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Day (Newspaper) - February 27, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY INATEP as to be seen admittance at CART Sooi of Musical near takm in and il a mechanical nrid to the beholder n series of iii iu tuiw I cic by WIG lUiya Spring in c sicu wonderful Nun also th Ixpfrimcut of the In in the beautiful i ToGKOLND that the Trustees bclonjinj to this Pa t of the on of ar II oclock in tn aiJiiil a SEXTON for the otbcr may be 15 or LittiB the i rilViCuii j asj to the to In1 P Olrrk to the iiiven that a COMMIT GOVERNORS of BARTHOLO meot at the Counthighouse en March at 11 oclock for on a repairing jcji fi Ciiristmis two n iin side of Cheap and conimunrcating side of as the Bsme are of and Tim The Lessee will be required to do v to pay a clear all taxes the landlords propertytax M pay the and duty iin apply at the Countinghouse of where Proposals iu wriliqg sealed up INDIA LADIES or Gentlemen desirous of purclras ing curions INDIA SHAW US hare iiow au oppoj luuity otiuspecting the most superb selection ever befoje ofttied for at Waithnmu and Everinjtdns nnd Linen ctnncr of New where they may also receive full value in cash fxlr auJ other AUCTION Room MESSRS and AB respectfully their the and Public the above joomb fitted up in the most elegnnl for the dis posal and property of every on terms highly ad vantageous to venders and as the locality of the situa the extensive connections of tne they latter will aluays insure All accounts will be ready for week after each A scale of commission may be seen at the Mart furniture and valued in town or money advanced on property intended for inmii diate CJl M l Vs I PRIZE VPHIS 700 at 5Qs per Dozen of eight years ia at HUO Dozen of FieiiCh a thi fiulncss apd richness of oldPor tlie stiength and flavour of Claiitt j Di resembling Ma sv uu Dozen of excellent at 63 i i seven years iu per Do ii be to Army and Prize Agent i U ACCIDENTS by those dreadful Accidents which by Firesbeing left in rooms unguarded i ro and at tbeir i A and Meatsafe Muttu opposte Andrtws the to get ira upplud with tlieir muchapproved Fin1 hit kerp away no at the same time against Fiic giVat variety ready for with vrireguards to carry and for Imming are a pre llaincs of IIANOVERSClUARE CROTCH intends to read a new COURSE of TWELVE continua tion of aCuiSi he read last on the Rise md provcrncnt of Scientific the cipal Composers from Handel to the present The Coarse will begin on Friday the and be conti nued on TuesJays aud Fridays at a quarter past three oclock Transferable Tickets Tickets not transferable 1 11 6 Those who wish lo attend the above Course are requested to deliver their names Portlandplace or to at his Music New where the Tickets may bo The Subscribers to Crotchs specimens of the van mis styles of Music arc rtspcctftilly that the first and serondvolumes may be had at nnd that the third volume will shortly be Repository and Carriage rpJIE Proprietor respectfully informs tbe i that the above Spacious Premises still opiu for he reception of Horses and Carriages Auction ur Private Tuesdays and The Sale Days inIn to stale to thoseGentlemen having ui t description to dispose coach goodsired liorsesjhaving a contract to supply a MH them a quick and advantageous nat demand he Upwards of sixty very standing for private con of hjlu onehorse fashionable fullpannellcd nr very handsome HI I Tlnrteen Years the IRISH OtMilNY hiirc opposed the injuriohs plan of muriatic acid and for the last eight linvi kqt a house opeuin London for the cx their Manufacture which are n this country only nt their near leading to NJ article sold but Irish and not less than a pvo IHJ One piece at wholesale and no sineineiu Each piece is warranted as to wl lit tKachcd ou the and the money i 1iut with Cub is usudl fur Bank of Ireland Agent to the is their only House in NEW LIGHT TO carry onlv Four setsout from the Charing and Friday at six Uir6ugK Harboroiijfh le la Bijion upon Trenti and to where it arrives to diunathe second Coach called the ROYAL through and on and mornings as The and new sets out on at two Corner M ED WARD OR1ME has great Plea sure in leingJabie lo announce to that the KINNAIRD COLLECTION OF PICTURES is now ready for dc The Object of this Work if sptectuon of twelve of the finest correct hoik plain and in of which distincuLsh the best works oi thetwo Rubensi and Claude lo Lor will all be executed Copies made by and will each be 17incheu in its larger so as to form an elegant set of Cabinet i The Workwill be divided into be if every Third Monjth each Number will contain atfcompaiiiejjvith a concise History of each and a Sketch of the Painters 7 TheFirtt will present to cele brated Portrait o from the Cortini and by Us LprfaiaCj frojn the Cotlcctioji of the late Due dc Amore enlarged Prospectus is for SUPERIOR 4t bis Corner of GREAT HAS greatsatisfaction inbeingable to an npuncetp tie arid lie in the employ of the best aided by local TOWN PRINTED Of fixed and immoVeablc for awl which are yeculiirly adapted toihe present mode of as it and elegant dciigus1and patterns from the Pa an infinite variety of rich m BleuCeleste and Royal andothcr aJaptcd for and Dining and Breakfast with Corresponding Bordcra Medallions for Chair to match and assortment Of fast colours ana Plain aiid Bordered Kerseymeres and for the purposes of elegant in submitting the above to the inspecfionof the feels confident the and the very low price he is asa Slanu and Proprietor them relics he shall secure a continuance of that patronage it has been his ambition to A fresh supply qf Patterns from the niannfactorv may be seen every Wednesday and athij W arehouse refiiTcd The Trade nfcalso si LlTEllAilY EDINBURGH THE EDINBURGH REVIEW is jnst by Archibald Constable nd Edinburgh and and Tomorrow will be Price 4 N Atteiujptto elucidate the pernicious Con XJL scqntnccR of from the Principles of the trdrrs in He uses unnecessary anindisputable 13J Printed for Samuel u Wednesday the 1st of will be in price the First Number of TH E QUARTERLY By John London North Edinburgh j andJolin Ar and Subscribers tor this Journal aie requested to ffive iieir orders to their respective booksellers or ither in FURNITURE TJay is elegautly engraved in Aqnalinta 108 Plates itboards UdTC5tLCEC TI 0N of DESIGNS for HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and INTERIOR in the most approved with vaiious DcKipis for shottTngthe Adjustment of tire also general Observations and a Ascription of caeh Plate Upholder Extraordhaary to his Royal Highness the Prince of by at the Architectural The Parts containing 50 may behart sepa price each and 2L co at anfl General Post OfHce at SurJays at COAGH hy Salop and Capel iverj Moraing at except Bv GEORGE RTIFIGIAli TEETIi mMe frorh a stance with notrjhagge and appears equal to laced from otie lo a whole TeetE a to a complete with artificial or Gold sonable attends daily frpift ten at his vhcri he performs all the Snd ftaSIH above Teeth so bill thty can be wornwithout A Lady of Distinction Tias that she had long beeu afflicted complaint in most of her Teeth became and of her front Teeth Fetl withbot decaying was re tlie fiout Teeth out in tVipsamesquid anc outjiistbey fijltloose after trying different articles without commanded ttf fttaVc after using afew ier Gums became CHERRY refreshing the may PRINCES and on as ever sWf tte har PATENT TRAVELLING IS very useful Iiiyeritiop is entirely nii particularly Officers ip the AfV nnd and Travellers in Who are to wear either a Welch Wig or ji thtir unhandsome or awkward appearance 4 and itifngtljcjs able to use 4nnpR illness as it pre fnjAry froin theeffects of iie dicioe of alne peraoua Altificial fo the nSrarai as it pfevehts thehuman Teeth from Artificial Teeth ought not to be as it keeps them sweer the necessity pf throwing ott wheto alrghting tic The Travellers Hpir noir to the attcntion of the of the the apprnrunce ofa taUd head of from its peculiar rtrTcttly cloe to the without any sort of Springs and cannot out order ThcHair are equally convenient for the They of the ROKINSON and Peruke Makers tkcir Hoyal Highnesses the Prinec of puke of CMcae hhMlging war ranted A fair that Lotion is far preferable to or any other Lotion for cleaiisiiri the a pel or a dozen bottles at 5h duty wholesale mrd tbe PrmCf OxforfrStrMt iand poinfmerit HehdiicVPerfiirocfto Ttchborn street ket fctreet and the Theatre CoreutgardeD 0e Guinea L fcTKidfrablcaUbwance to All and trayellcrsby will fiiul incredible ad from tim use of rfnd fexmen tbe Ixuvwho jcoastantly attend the puch benefit from Royal burgh j Batl fflflst principal th United OrdcW from prSrate familiar in the awctry sentb WPqftfft keepers Eehdiiig their to r AnMrin 4 N Addressed to prtf erriHl by him against his Royal Highness the Duke of and the foundation of lir MESTOU shall thy innovating hand invade Tliut Royal beneath vrJUojc sacred shade The libral Arts and Sciences have found alieiter oi this favourd Commerce Slid Freedom A beacon to the hopes of strngijling hands Vide toe for and Sherwood and Price Where may be liad An Elcclac Tribute to the Memory of onrmnchlamented Sir JOHN By Mary Price This day in E BRieKLAYERSGUIDE to the Mensuration of all sorts o Hie London Practice 5 witti Observalwnstill the Causes ndCnre cf smoSy the Fdrmatidfrof and the of Ovens beneatedwjft a varietyof practical ibftonthis Important II ustrated by arnljSuie Architectural be torrected to October Taylors irice This Day were Jflgraved ou Folio Itt pnce u P aad ofMOTHOtSES built in dif Parts of for TarirtwNpblemen and Gentle Including her Majes ys Gardens Printed at may be now first pub The Country Gentlemans Architect containing a aricty of JJcsigns for Farmhotiscs and hcwjng the Construction of Dog Adapted to the Use of Country Gentlemen boutto build or to By R Ou 22 large Quarto Price in 1ST a very pleasant a SINGLE accommodated oa moderate with handsomely or Bed chamber ami Breakfast with the Family a vacant stall for if referen will be given and Eaquire at Bakers CoHee FfFJ2EN TERX TICKETS LOT sitivcly given to the which is to com e above Fifteen HUNDRED above Fifteen Pounds Ppuu TO in addition to the other 4 2 The Tickets io of 50O ale at the old Offi ces Corner of and fecmg the Gate of the Kings by IE GIFT ONE THOUSAND WHOLE TICKETS the First Numbers FREE GIFT of FIVE HUNDRED WHOLE ilCKETS to the first drawnabove the Numbers asfollow Th e abovVTicketK may eain the whole tf the following CAPITAL PRIZES iooo Befrins APRIL In conseqnmce Gifts of Tickets i sdlbif at aS tie Ucenita sALES BY PRIVATE ISLE OF Genteel situate near Isle of Substantial and Modernbuilt DU EL wall d and numerous other accommodations for eccpt Ton of a genteel Family inclosing a site of Land f about four with a Shrubbry in command ig most beautifnl and extensive prospects by Sea nud with a for to the re the Purchaser may have immediate the modern and genfeel Fumitnre at a Tickets for viewing the said Premises may be had of and who tceotoinissiouedwjth the Sale of other Freehold States inthat town aud Application by will be duly attcnd d Bv JbDMUNU FIRST RAT K imme diately a3joiniue a principal entrance uf st in excellent it huts and spirits in in i higli improvjble Premises recently occupying alarge spot f and containing every convenience for n an extensive a leasewill be to u urchaaer for a Term of years at CbrisUmis sub ect to a moderate rent for Godwill Tickets for and other ap Jy to TO IRON TO BE DISPOSED a SHARE in an established consisting of two a and a all worked by with abundant supplies of iron ami of the best aid one hun dred the whole contiguously situated ami icld under different the lowest 69 years now to The present average weekly make is about lou ons of pigs at the two the whole of is vorkeil up into axle at the mill and To become purchaser f the share requires no knowledge of the there a partner regularly brought up in the md flie only motive for offering this iliaiT is to increase capital of the and as it will call for between and though uot at none but per sons of respectability and fully equal tu such an advance will be attended farther apply to PREMISES and FANCT By THE Valuable LEASE of a SUBSTAN TIAL HOUSE with convenient together vith the well established and very lucrative fancy n the Retail Readymoney way the preseut Proprietor joins entirely into the wholesale most desirably si uatlinthe uiost preferable part of held lor a term of 14 years at a low thestock and fixtures to e taken by valuation to prevent none ueed upplywho have uot at their immediate For further Particulars inquire of to be DISPOSED Bv THOMAS and Substantial BRICKBUILT PUBLIC situated m a thoroughfare uetir the ata morciiiade coming U about Further oclock in the SOUTHWARK BSCRiKl1 IO N BR E W Eli By WIN STANLEY and rTttIE very Valuable JL situated in completed in the year a plauerfual o any in adequate to the brewing of from to bar rels of porter annually supplied with an inexhaustible well of water within its own very superior even to that of the The buildings and timbers are of the best the plant entirely and con structed on the latest improvements the works arejaei itated in iin uncommon degree by a steamengincof 20 horse power there are maltbins that will contain near quarters four capital Dutch stones and rollers capa cious by Brathwaite store 19 laree that will contain supported by timbers of uncommon and stowage for 800 butts a very spacious paved inclosed by fty folding gates stabling for 21 horsekeepers rooms and newbuilt counting together with a vacant space of A small either for a separate or convertible into an excellent with a dwelling house Five aid in arid some back Premises all which are h fiV 96 Several valuable Publichouses are attarheri to the with Tickets for will be to on any morning before to Wiustaulcy and Pateniosterrow where correct plans of the Premise s mjy be end the inspected at Wiltshire and Old COUNTRY ANTED to a comfortable FA MILY with nine or ten bedchambcrs three suitable brew ami other stabling for four or five sood and from 10 t acres of io to 20 miles from The counties of Surrey orHerts would be particu larly the neighbourhood of A larger house wil not be objected full particulars as to size of to Winstanlcy and PROPRIETY of PERSONAL BEAUTY andHealth cannot be more essen tially promoted than by attending to thepreservr RESTORATIVE TOOTH POW JliJ 11 i IX10 A VfAWA havin received the approbation of the first Gentry and a generous Public by an extensive consumption for a series of years as well as tne attes a tion of its excellence from the analyses ot its component parts by the most distinguished medical tha ractert pronounced it the most pleasant Vege table Tooth known to increase tbe beauty of die promote the durability of the and which in consequence of its with the immediate patronage of their the various illustrious branches of the in the United ns Tooth Powder is an astringent and antiscor butic a delicate grateful to the and pleasant in its use m to those whi apply it is a certain to pain or decay o the to the latest period of It to be faithfully prepared by Newton only at his House of Great from the gemnfle Re cine of the late Sir Richard Physician to their Ma and sold and for ApOrta by Shaw and Paul a a libers aUowance to lua Town and Country Merchants Newton Great 1 a in Jvicff FROM THE Roysl Regiment of Horse Corporal Peter War moiigh to who retins Coqioral William Latch ford to be QuarterM vice who 7th Regiment of Light DragoonsCapJpin Charles Den shire to be vice dcraSscd to Captainof a tice Dmikeii dcceasfd Lieutenant Paget Bayly to be Captaia trf a vive Denshire Chrirhs from the toth Light to be dunused Cornet Robirt Cilainpioa to Lc vicv 18th Regiment of Light IJesJnanl Thomas Jjth to bt without pur oth Cornet John from the 7th Light lobe with Cist Thomas to be by pur viee the 24th to bfc who loch Rcjimeirt of John to be Eh without vice whose appointment is not taken IHth to be it vice whose appointment has not to be with out promoted 23d Lieutenant Henry from tie Lorg brd to 24th Lieutenant George from the 23rl jght to be vice who tx 25th Ensign and Adjutant Nowles tchave the lank of Lieutenant Ensign Robert tram the Garrison to be pcr vice appointed to tbe ISth Light 30th Emmanuel vice promoted Egbert vice loiuted to the Iiith Light vice to be without 33d Edward to be by pur vice sGth Lieutenant to be Captain cf a by vice 50th Captain Aohn Harrisontube vire deceased Lieutenant Edwaiti Atkin to be Captain of a vice Harrison Volunteer David Lesslie to be vice 53d Lieutenant Lawrence Arnof t to be Captain of a vice promotid Ensign Robert Thomas Greeue to be vice Sth AssistantSurgeon Joseph from the 53th to be vice ap pointed to the 4th Garrison bbth Captain Edmund to be vice deceased Lieutenant Henry Nicholls to he Captain of a vice Lascelles Ensign Hamilton Edmonds to be vice Nicholls William to be vice 72d Regiment of Charles to be En without vice promoted William to be by vice to be by pur vice who 82d Ensign William from the Queens County to be 85th Samuel Dickon without Robert Nicholson to be Captain of a by Vice who Lieutenant William Devoreux from the Clare to he sgth LieuUnaiit George from the lul in County to be Ensign Patrick to be with the Rauk of vice appointed John to be by pur vice 95th Second Lieutenant Nbrmaa MLean to he irst vice deceaficd Donald MPher to be Second vice 4th Garrison Ensign William be vice appointed to the Alexander to be vice Tyler As sistantSurgeon John from the to be rice appointed Snrgeou of a 7th John to be vice 8th Royal Veteran Andrew onthe Stiff at Portsmouth to be vice placed on the Retired General William CniT Bwsfbrd to liave the Rauk of LieutenantGeneral luring the Period of Ids ServiA in Colonel Thomas Graham of thegoth to be a Ma jorGenera in the The undermentioned Officers In txte a permanent Step of Promotion in tic apna being appointed in LteKlenantCrncral a f articular Simce ill Major Archibald from the 71st Foot anrt Major William from the Cist to be Licutcnact John from the 27th 1oot Rohrrt William from the 57h Foot James from the 45th Foot from the 71 from the 87th Foot John Royals William from the 6lh Feet tharls from the 5fh Foot Thomas Noel from the 53d Foot from the 10th to be Robert of the Commissariat Corps of to be Assistant Commissary to the Forces vice Tie Kings German 3d Light Ulrich de the promoted in the 3d Light d Lieutenant George do Weyhe to bs withtcmporary promotid in the 1st Cornet William Segrr to be vke de 1st Battalionof the Lieutenant Charles Dettmer be rice promoted ia the 3d Battalion of the Line Elisigu George Henry Barorv Hodenberg to be ice Dtttmer ing SerjeantMajor vice Captain Baron from the 1st Battalion ofthe to be with temporary rice who retires 011 an Cth Captain Ferdinand Baron be with temporary vice promoted m thSthBattalionofthe Line Lieutenant Geoige Ttenhaar to be Captain of a with temporary Rank rice OnrptedaTEasignJohn Schaedlter to be vice 8th Major George Baron from the 6th Bttalion of the to be LieutenantColoneV witu ton vice who on Allowance Troop Of Manx Yeomanry WiCam tobe vice who in tit Royal Cheshire signed fa tie Lord Francis to Bif Lawrence of eoticas niav dealer and March
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