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   Day (Newspaper) - March 1, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED AT SIX about half an hours Uxclianire and the LEASE ninc fromthc present HOUSE it contains four bcd two two v VoMiiS a two a garden rent and taxes about per of the welladapted Fur toand to be taken at a lo Flect at the Pickett i i convenient JIOUSE for a ln Surrey in com the with suitable at Chcakting anJ PeiTylliit nn Excellent FAMILY i cliirrful o nrris of rich and umnediat ih Tickets wiih farthcj hail Hoggin aiu Phillips 1 iiul upon at Ladyda ijiiiivl in onof thefirst HuironiHifares an nldMfctabhsllcil i MiHineiyaiid Snaw line fixtures li apply at BaiiJcsiuf ot from 10 t have been of 1 WITH GRIFFITH aii1 Co and may be entered upoi in part funiisjied and nquisile larg and about seven acres u may beknown of John Esq hue and of an F M SAMUEL for a few n a very convenient HOUSE funnelled in the most fashionabl i he immediate reception of a genteel fa i four doors from and Tickets for ricuiui apply a v Auctioneer and House Agent near the Tla other BuiKiffiS requiring the LEASEto be disposer substantial wellbuilt BHICIi and ccntrically situatcc Business a popular anti jai rhhoarhowl with large front On the srroimil fioor a i jewrrtCtcfl brick Fac 51 a Corny i of which possession niay be ha in ti and other conveniences iJti Sec tiiHBHousc viewed by leave of the am MI by applying lo Auc v i 0 CLERK to N who v N an Active Youni as f i1 to a Booksellciohp who understands x with to a comfortable FA itli nine or ton jmlnhle Jirew md nVhtr sum 10 to lo to 20 miles tVoin Tl or VJirts wouldLc particn imiiliuouot A larger house w as to size of ry in price thcTFirpt Number of QIARTERLY By n London Bollantync and ii Edinburgh and John Ar iu ihis Journal arc requested to rive ij ir rosptMtivc booksellers or jv HUNDRED POUNDS will Laiiy or Gentleman who has interest to pro AivvrUsi r a pirmanent situation tii any of the or even a situation Security will 1 A situation as Travcl house would ay to rtmiivaiViun I H It CnilOlS VKIZE S 700 at per Dozen of cijht years at JQOO Dozen of French Portat 34 a ail the fullnessand richness ofold Por with tlir sfrenirth and flavour of uf Dry GrrmanWhite 3Ia S4 GOT Idzcn of excellent at 63 saui seven years iu at per Do to be included to Army and Prize Agent E REAL JAPAN by DAt aud by DAT and balf the produces fhcmftst IniHiant jet black to the tuiicst perfectly free i rv i 1C in every T ii stone j BYPRIVATE be SOLT3 one of the Cfentfe HOUSES OH the recently built and furnished in a supeiior completely furuishcd with every ar ticle requisite for a faitrily of and makes up is For farther particulars if by post to TO IRON TO BE DISPOSED a SHARE in an established consisting of two a and a ul worked by with ebundaiit supplies of irou and or the best and one hun dred the whole routiguonsly situated and held under diflereut the lowest bo years The present average weekly make is about 100 tons of pigs at the two ihe wiujlc of which is worked up into rixe at the mill and To become purchaser of the share requires no knowledge of the there a partner regularly in the being own price and motive for share is to increase the capital of tlie ami is it will tall for between and though nut uf lione but per sons iVspectahility fully equal to such an advance will be attended FupfitMher apply to FREEHOLD PLBL1C CITY By EDWARD IJ1BJER and ND immediate Possesbion given of one of the First Houses in the very deiiably situated ju a prinripal thoroughfare The Premises have lately undergone a complete and possess every necessary convenience fbr On a trade to aJmust any The plvicnt returns average per au mun for uines and and for bi cxrlusive of a profitable tavern may be greatly increased by ay active A lease will be granted for a term of ai which with will require about more than one half of which a person of cha racter may be accommodated or the Freehold will be Apply if by post paid to the Snr LEASEHOLD Great Russel Bv SAMUEL A Compact LEASEHOLD handfonuly furnished in the modern The Premises thiee and two best bedrooms handsome by folding and small room newly fitted and furnished within these lasr six Me fully competent to the aceom modatipn of a rcspeclalje and are held for a term of po at a luw groundrent of per ior further apply at Auctioneer and House near the FROM THE Commission in tie Militia signed by tie to be vice dis Commissions in Me South Hants signcl by tjie Lora Percival and Tfiomas Gents to be StephenAtkinson of insurance dealer and to surrender March 21 and April at Kew William Atkinson Chancerylane and Joseph Newcastle William of dealer and April at the Angrel Tircrttm Blake aa i i Tivci Jlobcjt dealer and at Norwich itfiucU at atthe Angel Holbora Dcmpsey and tai dealers and March J and Ajibil 1 1 at at the Bristol and Lincolnsinu Samuel Whittfe the yonuser gro dealer and March 17 at und April at at the Talbot Attor George of Hertford dea ler and March and ut at Richard of linon and dealer and March 2Q and April at the White William dealer and March and April 17 at at JltssraGtegson and Throgniortonstie near on the BANKS of tlie By LEASE pi be M cottage with detached offices larpe tvjculv miles Jiom and hear tlu capital marlftt Of forfarjther and Tickets apply at Saminl thu Wligfatoireaji Middlesex and By 24 AcrcS27rPercbcsin tlirce most sraily situate it 9hraiK part wilji ate possession very eligible for or if the Pur chaser Fhall prefer to a good tenant is iup the land on a lease Apply to Kew Bridges To be disposed of bv ilirectiou ijf the By WILSON rTIHE benericial Old JL respectably couuccttd iu the jobbing of a PLTJMBKR and deceased With averVgood detached Cast ing apd in an eligible central be tween and tifwhidi a Lease will be granted flay term short of 30 at a moderate and the cbminsrinon very easy The pieiuises arc suitable for any business Particulars may be known of April of at atthe Bridgewater Arms April Edward of manufac at at the Anns March of at tlcvenV at the Bush March James of at at April Dirpoan at ct March 21 Joseph at at John of at April John Tini of siltbrokery at at March Geoiga uf as at the York if Portsmouth of James and Jobi Fields and WflUani of Hcn Jaiites Pillins mid of Lan cott Thottias Bates and John Bickor ton of Derby Daniel and CurtUj of George Alexander Wylic nud Joseph Ui of Wolfe Lyon and of Tliomas and Richard of c All ROLL and Stock ac quaint the Public in that Tickets and Shares are elling in for the en and interesting NEW which ias drawing on the 12th of APRIL three Blanks to a FIRST Firstdrawn Prize aTxve be also a Grand Prize of AVholc SECOND will be also Grand Prize of 500 Whole They of includi the following Capital 4 Prizes 2 Prizes of I 6 Prizes of 8 I 10 Capital Prizes in the late and to a t have Keen sefld and shared by Carroll and and money paid on to be had FREE WHOLE OS follows iKAND LOTTERY GIFT of ONE THOUSAND TICKETS the First Also a FREE GIFT of FIVE HUNDRED WHOLE TICKETS to the firstdrawnobonnc JSL the Second Numbers as follow Is The Tickets may train the whole ofthe following CAPITAL PRIZES 500 Begins APRIL Tickets and Shares are ficllirtg at all tt i BRITISH HOUSE Of from Duck pre sented a and also an Avcouut of the R ctipts and the caid froiji November to The proceedings relative to the Banbury Prerapc were and ordered to OD Counsel was in behalf of suing ifor a canse bad beenalrekdy ou nccouut of a deficiency iu the evidence brought forward to prove Campbells marriage and it nowWas post poned to Thursday next from a nearly similar The marriage was proved to be valid accordingto the laws in force by the testimony of a Solicitor from that Island biit when the fact of adultery caint to be the only witness on whose testimony Campbells whole evidence seemed to of the name of Mary who served Campbell in the capacity of ladys maidacd explained hernelf iu such a confused cn1 alniqSt coutradictory man that the Lord Chancellor ordered the case for fur ther examinationon Thursday She declared tin criminal intercourse to taken place iu 1804 and by of she hac not communicated she knearto before the month of that she thoughl she had notsufficient pfpofer of tlrC and did not divulge what she had through her gixsst attachment to her TdiiJOtWr whether she had suspected her IBJstrjfsjs virtue before and since that atf slie had continued to tion from the under theumnteiligijbte fiction of his Bei ing a widows By theproposed this and jivery be discon Sir CHARLES POLE wished ther relief should be that some fur iiot onlv to this He but to Orphans of Naval CALCRAFT wished to know was the particular disposal of the money stopped from Marine Pensions at and whether it went to the Widows Naval Fund POLE that air such stoppages went to coiistitute a by Act of was under the sole constraint aad for the sole benefit of the Corporation of Greenwich He therefore could say npthng farther as to the particular disposal of but if the Honourable Gentlenian wished for any full satisfaction on this it was certainly very attainable Leave was given to bring in the CUii OFTflB Lord FoiKSTONE rose to that House called for Wednesday conceived it unnecessaryto into any de tailed as the importance of mat ter would speak for The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER that lie certainly had himself no intention of proposing any measure of this though he felt the importance of the pending business as mftch as the Noble The sense of its had induced him to draw a conclusion precisely opposite to that of the Noble for he the Chancellor had thence that in a business of so much interest ant importance no call of the House would be The with respect to this might be divided into two classes those nvho had been present at the and those who by their distant residence or occupation had With respect to the irst those who had there surely could be no cause to rail for their attend They seeir and heard enough not absent themselves from the As to who had not been vrho had heard the andwho cer tainly had not to read perhaps their at tendance was not very From these reasons he had not deemed it incumbent upon lim to any measure of the nature of the NToble but the measure being most certainly should not oppose He lad conducttd himself throughout on the prin ciple that or rithtr the Ailrnmib should not sceji to luierposc itself is any check or impediment on the He wished the eburacter both ofttie and of the as well as that of ttiu Illus trious Individual to stand on the high ae shouid take sense oftlw Strangers were accordiirgly ordered with Tiis House r r Airtiist it pbelfS before the month of fcnd hiui oever since ob served her swerviug io the least from her Adjourned till HOUSE OF PETER Sloonc brought up a Petition from the Debtors in Coventry The Scotch Child iMnrdcr Bill was read a second to be committed on Tncsday that John Aanesley who had been found since should be committed to Newgate for gross prevarication hut from time to time he should be brought before the WIDOWS NHFAL WELLESLEY POLE rose in pursuance of Iiis to move for leave to bringin a Bill to fflcilitate the pajTnent of Widows on the Ntrval CompnssioriBte He todraw the attentiotvof tlie House to asubject which was not understood in proportion to its The Widows Furidwas now very rich it had lately madsi very greit purchases in Therewere two inconveniencies at pre sent f6whicii the Bill wookl di rected the first that the Widows Pensions were at present By the proposed Bill the pajnients wonld 3e reniitted the Widows Weir several ptQccsof resi the second deduc listpossible Motion of the jVoble under tlie express that in so he should not be considered as thereby consequently pledged give his consent to any further delay n the consideration of the The Zall of the at so short a notice j must ne cessarily be very enter hisprotest against being here after assumed as a plea that the appointed con sideration of the evidence be duferced to a far ther A full and the fullest pos sible was most certainly to be wish and such an in his there vould thdugll there should be no Of one tiling he was that any addition tlie number of the winch could be ob aiued by a would not compensate the pub ic inconvenience and Individual hardship which couldnot but result from any farther produc ion of the Inquiry before the Uu terthis lie should concur with the Noble Lord FOLKKSTOSE that he had no dii whatever of such and he be iived he could answer on this point for an Head of his now BATHURST conceived that a at such short could not possibly have any He objected to as being a ame without a substance it would have the pppanmce of moaning though its result must necessarily be He must consider as unworthy of the dignity of the House to commit itself by such a nugatory CHAUTES ADAMS was surprized at the sissmion of the Honourable Gentleman u iio sooke If the call of the House should only 15 Sir HAIL to to move tobring i liraBill for auietirg all as to possessionof frceiwlcs by iioniaii He stated this masure to coiBist oi strrift ullrutjaultil naltiLs ot some old Acts of and wlucli existed in to defy ail attempts to procuie i rotl Sir ARTHUR WELLESLKY wislied that a EU of this nature had not been u conference with the Judges and Law Sir JoiiS NEWPORT objectedio i that auy thing of this kind shonli i given to bring iu tile DUKKE OF YORKS WILLIAMSWyNN rose to give lhat immediately after the business of tlie Inquiry was he should move for same expression of the sense of the Housls as to tile reception of the letter ot the of ind more particularly as to the matter in theparagrapli in that which in his attacked the best privileges of The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER was surprized that either or any of the Gentlemen who acted with should see any thing iu tlrat letter which they could censtrue into any thing like a breach of their He thought it on the Jllustrious Personage that by a no tice like the he should be brought as it were into previous disfavour of the The Gentleman would at any time have given the same WILLIAMS WYXN justified his tlie grounds of necessity thtre was to preserve at all jealousy oi the privileges of the Home which palladium of its was asjb he whichrequired Jail and that themost proper tune ter tbe merits of it be after de bate ou the general of the Inquiry bad been disposed therein n h tliil persevered in bw nut reason as sigued sufficiently tw induce aim to pur sue a contrary The of the Exc KKICJUI re peated Ins apprehension muth itijubtice wonid be done tothe Royal whose conduct was the subject of notice ef a subject tor so distant a add six or seven Members to the number of the it was not to be considered as wholly General GASCOIGNE wished that an earlier notice bad been It could not but pro duce great The Assizes commencing in the and this call would necessarily suspend all business of a simila Lord FOLKESTONE declared he would have given an earlier had the idea occurred to him With resyject to tne it was a comparison of Either Gentlemen must neglect the or they have trie minds of the Houae his lloyul ivithout rendering aixy esstntinl beneht to either side of the If it was a subject purely affectingthe privileges of the he ex himself competent to enter into a full explanation of it iu order that the mischief he apprehended by procrastination might be pre BARHAM fully concurred in what Perceval suggested and he was of that if tlie question was one which ought to be brought forward at now was the it might be disposed of without prejudice to the general He wished the Honourable Gentleman had confined himself to his without entering so much at large as Ee did into its general a circumstance in his rendered it impossible to postpone without extreme injustice to iiis Royal The SPEAKER here interposed his aiid that the Honourable Gentleman had in his humble goue beyond t e limits allowed for a liei Wynne was perfectly consistentiixbiscondset and as it was important the Holism kiiotv on what day the Honourable Gentleman would bring forward his it rested him to fix til at WILLIAMSWYXNfixedMonday as the day on which he would bring ni SPIRIT The CHANCELLOR of the ia pursuance of the notice he Tose to That a Committee be appointed to inquire into tlie regulations which govern the druKbticks and contravening Duties between England aiid Ire regard to Spirits must be wanting to their and certainly a mo3t on Wednesday of the render migrit arise out discussions of that which might the attendance of every Member matter of the mostparamount obligation BANKES thought the at so short an as unprecedented as it was There was no he on record any call of the House at a shorter interval fourteen Sir JOHN NEWPORT wished to put the Gentleman rigrit and to tbis purpose he read an extract from it that in one of an Order had 3een made on the llth of that the House should be called on ibe Lord PolkESTOSE read an extract of the agreed cbmose the exported to tue Jatter toreport their opinion what alteration might be expedient to jn order toplace the be tween wiih I spect to the article of on terms of ciprocity agreed by the of tio After some conversation on the svibject te tween William Sir Jrha and the Motion was Eighteen Memberswere to TREATY WITH PONSONQY rose for the purpose of two to the Right rv for Foreign which he wasconvinced would answer to the best of his whether the Rxitirication of the Treatyof fensive anil agreed upon between the Spanish Government and the Government of Great Britairivhad been yet received the the which he Ponsonby mentioned in the course of the debase a few evenings on the autho rity of prevailing that the British Forces Cadiz were Treaty between this Countryand Spainwas by his tiine but the ratification had not yet   

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