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Day (Newspaper) - February 28, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX FEBRUARY PKfCE price tlie lourttcuth Volume V in the HIGH COURT of at Tera I Ormoiid Addressed to i on the Charges pre Highness the luce of dl imiTANMtl S M IM ufuli v sluitle ii ail ii huvr found tin aivl hands Vide the and Shtrwood aud in Memory otoav muchlamented Iv Price SALES BY PRIVATE sh in prioK Hit 1iist Numbrr By and Londnii J Uallanryiir and Kiiinburgh and John Ar i nqmstcd to Sfivc vvtivo or Si I 01 ilily will lc of THE LAWS TION Di acccim Crisis fur and by a i much of the principles and ii asoujjlit lunci iKiiy and without a isun be coiiiUiliTPt as qiU h and tinjSssive or i l on a plan calculated t may he taurbt to all boys i of their ordinary edu sliiiiy on the part of the of initiate youn i i cLrksiu the fiuida i London triJ Bjperior Eloinen i I lie practical use of all Schouli ieorah 6 jr rolHistury I liilusuphy Halnl Nutntal of Hilory 1 m of AiHU ut ol tlie of vrs ou Liivj i vtrts turrs on Experimental PhiUuo j IV i IIHT of HouvcrieMwt VULT experienced great a de is justly mlmircd Tuubritlge ii added many uUrly in the Chinese Grecian claim the pifcmmcnci over BcautiiiU mlting and jewel ami tallies for tea and sugar louk spinning vHI Gallons cotton Ladies ulio jiaiut their own supplied with every articlein the with variety of sinivl on the best terms ii or taken in ix lottrry jui Ahich begins draw liTii in SHAKES arc now seRing the Srheine consists the adilitiunnl Fne Gift of i ot for the ir whole cr in that is drawn in nddition to the prize that it SOU In Ukr J Day of irapo ancarly purchase is KY Lottiry IIol Piccadilly il the fortuusif tirund Prize of soo AVhole Isbt State was sold UIK Mhthaud two sixteenths in the nvoKl and tinouly prize of that wit ivtr of ami toriiur amounting to 5 liion Sterling j oud the fortunate ad FS T of ONE THOUSAND KLIS Nuiubcis to to to to t IlT of HVXDRED WHOLE ir avnvc the Second A iMuljors as follow 1 to to to 10 may jnii the of the followinff FRIZES TO AND SAMUEL rriHE vaiuahie LEASE and GOODWILL JL of an excellent and good accustomed GROCERs geutccl nud desirably and very advantageously rituatc in South The premises contain four good small aud private entrance held on lease for inj years at a moderate rent flic purchaser to lake the slock in trade and fixtures at a fair May be and further particulars had of Snmm1 Auctioneer and LomJou ioo i res ar sclljni at air the entt ISLE OF 1 Freehold Redidenceuf situate near Isle of A Substantial nd Modembuilt DWEL will its wall d and numerous accouiinoJatloiis tor the tceptionof a sjeutwl Family inclosing a site of Land about four with a Shrnbliry in couimand uc must uid by Sea and with cood ruaJ for carriage to the If tluVunhacr may have immpdiate tinmodirii null irculii1 Furnitureat a Ticket1 for viewing the said Premises muy be had of ami who re coimnissioiieJ witli the Sale uf several other Fretjiold iHtatcs in tlrat town and Application by will be duly attend 1 FOKEST AVEST rHE LEASE of a substantial and conve nient with large and ight of Stabling for two louseend other pkasautly situate ai d held at a low Applyto Old near he Royal CLAPHAM North near the Five Mile TO be an excellent FAMILY HOI in elegantly and fit or the iimmiliate reception of a large Family coach and two the one three the other a and melonground ith fourteen a dryiugground and with paddock of about two in which are planted mauy nut an excellent garden and with apcry in full For further and Cards to apply at Pages L genteel modernbuilt with Stab linj and with immediate By EDWARD IMBER and A LEASEHOLD COTTAGE of Eight convenient delightfully situate about 12 nils tVoni with large and field jf about three and a valuable right of well supplied with spring and soft in a respect able in which are kept foxhounds and Further Particulars may be had of the if by or it will not be attended VILLA and LANI on the WESTERN A COMAlODlOUS witli suites of domestic coachhouse and stabling for and Ttbout seven iicres of rich meadow divided into by tiandsojne environed by gravel and creencd by a luxuriant shrubbery an excellent walled and wellplaced Tlie whole in high and competent o accommodate a respectable fa Tlie situation is aud within five miles of the May bv viewed by tickets with printed may be by applying to ELEGANT Splendidly By ACupacious and Convenient FAMILY with Coach House and and eplcte with every dointitic Office competent to accoiu a large and respectable The prcmtics arc in the most perfect having within a few weeks lnjjoai a complete panvtlon anil beautifying ami the which is costly andappropriately elegant with the style and fashion of the is entirely new uid of the best description awlunitedly offer a most eligible opportunity to any Nobleman or Gentleman de viious of an immediate and fashionable residence conti to Portmaiv and Mancluster May he by with may Ixhiu at Kew TO be disposed a Compkte FAMILY in substantial with every ac commodation for a large of which early posses sion be and now in the occupation of the Right Lord ElleiiKbrough the groundstory consists of a commodious the upper part contains dcgant with nu merous and commodious bedrooms the basement story is replete with every accommodation for with washhouse and a large paved with conve nient at the back of Vhich is a complete fourstall double The above premises are well for a professional as there is a Feparato entrance out of Hartstreet to the offices and back of the For Particulars and Tickers to view the from two oclock till apply to 1Vjgg and near the Graysiun ELEGANT TO the First Floor and Three C ina commodious andgectetl in the centre of For apply to Skiuner CHAMBERS to LET iu With immedinte A Desirable SET of situate in Kings of whith two and a half years will be nncupireU at Ladyday next comprising diuing and bed with ainl they have been recently and furnished in an elegant and the furniture mutt be Apply to Basing WANTS a in a small a young from the Coun can work well it hir onri be happy to make herself useful to her A Letter post to will mct due THE LONDON GENtlNE WINE TOOKE and COMPANY of fer for at a Price well worthy Pnblkatten a STOCK of FOREIGN that has been made without the aid of an ingredient hitherto o erroneously considered as necessary for its and which is condemned by the Faculty as the general cause jf Paralytic The Company solicit the Pulilic to compare aamples of hese from the Pipe with Wiue they may hemselves have imported and kept batiks several the test will prove them to possess samtaryiinali ies which even great age has not the power of giving Vines hitherto SUPERIOR At lus Corner of GREAT HAS gveatsatisfaction hi being able to an nounce to the and he after incurring considerable expeuce in the employ of the best andaidcd by local A SPLENDID ASSEMBLAGE OF TOWN PRINTED Of aud for their and which are peculiarly adapted to the present mode of as it combines every of the most exquisite End elegant designs and patterns from the Pa aud Asiatic Schools of Taste an infinite variety rich Damask Printed in Bleu Celeste and Royal apd other peculiarly adapted for Drawingroom Dining and Breakfast with corresponding Borders for Chair to match and an extensive assortment of Plain of fast colours and Plain and Bordered Kerseymeres aud the variet purposes df elegant the above to the inspection ol tlie feels confident the superior quality of his and the pricehe is as i Manu facturer and Proprietor to charge relics he shall secure acontinuance of that patroaageit has been his ambition to A fresh supply of Patterns from the Manufactory may bVsccn every Wednesday and if hii1 Warehouse above referred Trade are ahio CkAlSDLES and with WAXED iiuve diciJed advantages cvir those made iu the common The lallow fitlug mptod with steam is greatly improved in its qnality aaO and the by belli coated with emit c brighter flame with no a reWore dUrable than INIanufactured only by the aiitl Soap and for the convenience of in Boxes of ami Dozen at and As this Company only ilelivef goods forjraily Country Correspondents are requested to send refereucvs or payment in London with their City Repository and Carriage THE Proprietor respectfully informs the that theabove Spacious Premises still continue open m of Horses atid Carriages for Sale by Auction or Private The Sale Days are as Tuesdays and The Proprietor beg s to state to those Gentlemen having Horses of the following description to coach or chariot goodsized troop a contract to supply a hat he can insure them a quick and advantageous from the great demand he of sixty very light fashiouable for private con sisting of light onehorse fashionable fullpannellcd with or without hcadsj very handsoiue LADIES and Gentlemen who wear Artificial Hair willfind the RUSSIA OIL a valuable as it gives it a natural aad genders it soft and beau It is generally remarked by xrtwfwifltBecomes dry and and is easily discovered that it is artificial by using he Russia Oil it prevents it from being as tecps the and renders its appearance The Royal and Ladies and Gentlemen1 of dis jnction aud use Russia for moistening the tiair when dressing is so great TV nourishectq the is to prevent it turning grey to all periods promotes the and makes the hair grow thick and loug prevent it falling and restores it on bald if hc least roots Several Gentlemen that were have after using the Russia Oil regularly or six the bald places became nearly covered with tiair promotes and prevents them urning The high reputation tlie Russia Oil has gained for pre serving and promoting the andthe great demand has induced lately envious to copy the ad and to advertise articles for the similarpur which have not the effect it is particularly recora inendid to observe the label on the outside wrapperof each iwttle is signed in Russian gold Mochrikufsty and trihce without that signature are Price per or one bottle containing four at one or she guinea bottles at five Sold wholesale and retail by the by ly Perfumer to his New Bondstreet Hendric and Perfumers to her Titchborne street Bayleyand Perfumers to the Prince and Princess of and Duke and Dutchess of Cockspurstreet Hardujp and PallJIall Cheapside Oxfordstreet Etoyal Edbbnrgh Salisbury Bath und by most princi pal Perfumers or Medicine Venders iu aud ARTIFICIAL made from a Sub stance with which change co and appears equal to skilfully placed from one to a whole Teeth placed from a single to a complete with artificial or Gold on rea sonable attends daily rrom ten till at his Ox ordstreet where be performs all operations on theTeetK and Gums witli ease and fixes the above Teeth so thut they be wornwithout A Lady of Distinction has that she had loug fceu afflicted with a complaint her by which most of her Teeth became of her front Teeth fell without decaying vacancy was re placed by nu Artificial Tooth in a short time after more of the frijSjit Teeth dropped in the same sound and sheexpected they would all fall Outj as they fell loose after tryirny different articles without she was re commended to maketrial of the Cherry after using a few her Ginns and the Teeth became PRINCES CHERRY refreshing the and immediately sweetening the may be relied on as fastening though ever so preserves and whitens tie har and strengthens tender and is service able to use during illness or as it pre serves Teeth from injury from theeffects of me dicineis of great valna to persons wearing Artificial Teeth fastened to the as itprevents the unman Teeth from becoming loose those wearing Artificial Teeth ought not to be irithcmt as it them sweet and and prevents their changing war ranted A fair trial will coiivioce that the Cherry Lotion is far preferable to or any other Lotion for cfeansing the Guinea per or a dozen bottles at 511 duty wholesale and by the Oxfordstreet aud by pointment Perfumer to Tichbprn street PallMafl Fleetmar Cheapside Oiffordstrcet 324i Royal Exchange Dnhlior Keabufnj Edin hnrgh Salisbury Bath Chel tenham and most principal Mcdiclie Venders in the United private families in country scut by sending the inoujey in a Shop keepers sending thenorders to any wholesaicVendetstbey deal with in will receive liberal BRITISH HOUSE OF Counsel was heurd further on Use Irish Appeal of Roche against A private Biil the Commons was preheated from tlie Custom ut to Spain and Portugal from 1st of to IRISH Lord DARNLEY requested their Lordships attention for a short time upon a subject which appeared to him of tire greatest He had designed to expatiate at length upon it but seeing that some Noble who usually occupied tlie benches were not in their he should postpone all argument on what he had to The in his so materially connected with the interest and wellbeing of the that he felt it a duty incumbent ou hira to Jose not a moment in howsoever his deprecation of a Bill sujdiipw to be under dis cussion in another a Bill to take off the late restrictions on the Irish he felt to be a consideration of sudi so pregnant with especially to that he couid not refrain from that if it unwisely in his be brought before their he would give it his utmost op accompanying that opposition with reasons which he trusted their Lordships would perceive to bo The Lord CHANCELLOR then put the Motion of which was agreed HOUSE OF 27 A new took the usual Oaths and The Scotch Bastard Bill Was read a ordered to he and read a second time on the 12th of April Lord PERCY reported from the Committee appointed to try the Merits of the Wexford Election that and John Alcock were declared duly aud ttat the Petition of the Petitioners against the Return of tlie former was frivolous and InspectorGeneral of Imports and Ex brought up an shewing the Quantity of Cotton Wool nnd Flax Seed imported iuto Great Britain to be CALL OF THE Lord FoiKSTotfE gave notice that he on move for the House being called over on the 8th of Sir gave he on Wednesday move for leave to bring in toamend The of the proposed Bill were too numer should put the House in possession of the whole NAVAL WAUD brought up the and 13th Reports of the Commis sioners of Naval Being ordered to lie on the the Gentleman be together with the and 4th which were already before the The other Re ports yet wanting to complete a regular tie were not in a sufficient state of for to be brought In the mean he hoped the House would have no ob jection to their table Sir CHARGES POLE conceived was ut terly impossible that these Papers could be print ed time enough to be put into Members hands before the Navy which were to be voted tKis night in the Committee of tlpon what ground it was the Gentleman wished them to be printed now he was at a loss to He certainly uuderstood that there was alarge amount of excess in the Estimates to be voted and it be satisfactory for the House to know in what manner excess was He alluded particularly to the excess in the Victualling the state of which was comprehended in the 10th Report of Naval now brought He therefore thought it was and of great importance to the country that those Reports should be before the House proceeded to vote away the Public rose to to the objection of the Member but in so he was go ing so much at large into the general question of excess in the that Speaker re minded that there was no question on that subject the beg ged to in to what the Gentleman said with respect to the excess in the Victualling that the whole of that Estimate did not exceed The Papers were then ordered to be The Irish Bank Note Bill was and the Report ordered to be received to ASHLEY Coo PEE postponed his notice for moving the Ordnance Estimates in the Com mittee of until Friday COMMITTEE OF The Order of the Day for the House going into a Committee to consider further of the Supply granted to his having been following Estimates were ordered to taken Further Mis cellaneous Grants for Navy and Army The House being in a FOS TER nibved the following further Miscellaneous Grants for For the Service of the Incorporated So cietiesinDublin for one from the 5th of January isop to the 5th January iaio To the Trustees of the Linen and Hemp Tor paying the Salaries of the Lottery one For defraying the Charges for Print in the different Public Offices in Ire land for one o o o o o o o o AR31Y The SECRETARY at WAR to move the remaiiiiugirKiy In so doing Tie ex pressed the greatest willingness to answer any that might be put to him with respect to Estimates he should move for were the same as last with very few ex In one or two instances would be fouftd to be aii excess greater than those of the hiitjyiai iut upon would appear to arise from a proportionate de gree in tlie different in con of the exigencies of Public Another cause of the excess of Estimates for the present yqyc was to bt attributed to the circum stance of various contingencies and miscellane which were not moved for in the Estimate of last brought forward IB The excesses to which he alluded were Estimates wjiat were called the Public and tTieallow ances to the Secretary at great part of which were not in reality excesses of but rather nominal in much they were de frayed by what arc called tie Fees of chargeable upon the Under these cir cumstances lie trusted there would be no oppo sition to the Grants he should move MiitTiir was at a loss to reconcile to his mind the statement of the Right Honourable which lie did not with the extraordinary Estimatesjof the present compared with those of the There appeared in the department of the Paymasters Office an excess of greater than the Estimate of last a circumstance he was at a loss to account The charge for Deputy Adjutant the of which had increased greatly since last but the necessity for whom seemedto him not to ex carnc properly under this He did not see why the number of Deputies should be in whilst Adjutant Generals themselves remained at home in a state of The situation of Adjutant General at Gibraltar in the duties of which were executed by was a he highly discreditable to at this period when the taxes public burthens of the country were so Under the head of Foreign in these he observed not only an excess greater than the last but Hew heads of were not to be fouud at all in those of the last Annual The Gentleman particularized various other instances of he into the Annual and ought be more satis factorily accounted for than they had be fore they passed the vote of that The SECRETARY at WAR he was not to iota he should have anticipated all his objections in the first He had he be in his statement to the the general cause of the increase of the and to repeat which he thought He should only advert to the particular items alluded to by the With re spect to the excess in the Office of the Paymaster of the that was occasioned by an increase tlie exigencies of Public aud in crease of the expenditure occasioned thereby and with respect to the increase of the number of Deputy Adjutant that was to be attributed also to the same The other articles of he was the House would be satisfied by aa examination of the Accounts which would be laid on the LONG begged to with respect to what the Honourable Gentleman said ou the subject of the appointment of Adjutant General of that it was a the duties of which had been executed by deputy time im and that it had continued so from tlie time he entered into office down to tlie Alter some observations from Lord Archibald Geueral and Lord Tem WILLIAM WYN NE availed himself of this to ask of the Secretary at Whether ic was the intention of Government to bring forward any measure for the purpose of relieving the parishes throughout the country heavy burdens they experienced in providing bounties under the Local Militia Act He was desirous of knowing Wrhetlier the Secretary at War hai turned his attention to the Juise and August allowance to Yeomanry on the subject of which he had himself called the observation of the House some time since deemed it necessary to that it was now six years since the Yeomanry Ca valry had received new aud they were so much that great discontent pre vailed among those a circumstance which demanded tbe immediate attention of Govern The SECRETARY of the points al luded to by the Member were under con and would probably be brought for ward lii respect to the June and gust allowances to the Yeomanry the same Member had recently introduced to the notice of the they had also been attended and probably he should be enabled soon to to some determination upon the WYNNE that if something was not speedily upon the he should feel it his duty to call the attention of the House to SHAW LCTEVSE put some questions to the at relative to the sura to be voted for Royal Military College at The SECRETARY at WAR that the sum required for the College at Marlow was under 20 that it was an institution which had been attended with rauch good to the and there was no doubt but that tlie money would be properly HENRY MARTIN wished for some nations of the items of expenditure which ed to the Foreign Corps in British
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