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   Day (Newspaper) - March 2, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX MARCH 2V PRICE i i out liuurs LEASE fin ItpiR t of a IM it bed I wo a i I in u gardei about per i welladapted Fnr j tu bf uken at a to No Fiect il HIL DayOiiici IVUclt NEAR IX K1 M AN I T part of a convemenl li ibr a vnuel Uu ixcilleut rent per mouth til KL for a fow i VITV ivcuieut i tlie must fusliiunuble rcieptiiM of a pruteel fa Si four Jours from mi Tickits fmriiw ing apply at r and ir li In i Tin B Srtii s rcipitriiip i MCLEASE to be disposed well built BRICK i a i PicnuiseB situntec a popular and iin a hrifront M 1 li Oil the giOtinii fluor a i brick shops or fnc c i s for u ttrm of 51 years nwhich possession may be had r in j rl uihcicuiivrnirnces and a llouse Jtt ii liy leave of ibc and to Auc V K r F TO UK T n a Decree of tire High Court a apaius iH uf April before JOHN of tlie Mnxttrs of the said vileRoom of the said situate in LeasLhokl in Hauirhtwisiject in thecounty of in the city of maybe hail the Siii u aforesaid j of rs iml in Hid of Fletcher and Soli Filoomsiory for a Mileof Pauls Church with a yard and Il hi more to Vi Kinds i HMio MINERAL MEETING of the ill be held at the March at one oclock i of a Requisition sigucd by IS Pro SAJUUEL tnjiin at onr oclock IMUOENT GEORGES I GENERAL MEETING iis for the Election i will fae Pauls at I oclock to mtet on the eame at half past 11 oclock prc if to promote this ucnero sled pay their Subscriptions l Lomhartlstreet to LI D liiu CCaven v liarO S IJcanet cad t the following JJatkeis lfj t jinl Co I5rOivii iiii Conn and Kiiiiei Hoare i Sikcs nud anii at tin manufactured of plain and coloured Rope Wicker s platted Clothes in the putnt witii a good allowance to those of the articles thankfully received m hy addressing a at the dow ol Livcrvmcu tliatthere is a Va ii t Petitions for the same will be re tul on 14th it v f are required to be left at the V before n v AND s hereby iyen thata COMMIT ihe GOVERNORS of will at the CouivtingJiouse on March at 11 oclock on a repairing irom Chrittioaji rvvo f Iwiujjij twU IH S side of C r acd communicating fouth of cstliesame are and Tim heisThe Lessee Bill be to do ic and to rent of al1 toes aM the landlords proeftytax pay the and duty apply sit Countinghouse pf fhere Propoialp in scaled up Clerk LITERARY This Day was in price the First Number of nnHE QUARTERLY B JL John Hutcliarci London Ballamyne and Co North Edinburgh and John Ar and Subscribers to this Journal arc requested to p heir orders to their respective booksellers or newsmen cither in or This Day elegantly printed on a fire Wove hotprtKsrd formiu a utat Pocket Vo Price b GENTLEMANS beinjj a Coiupendium of Hit of Life ia Youth and containing Chestciliehis Advice to hi his Observations on Men and the Polite Koclicfoucaults together will sketches from the Works of Hugh aud Printf d for Allen and Temple of the Finsuurysipjarc of whom may bf elegant ly price 5s Aphorisms for with Ohjtrvations and Criticu and TO ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL This Day was price in A and improved witb some important BLACKWAfLS INTHO IHCTION to the CLASSICS TI ihort dis rnursf on their and directions for stuiryintf them to With an Essay on illus trated by And an the most valuable aud useful Editions of tire Cisussical Loiulon printed fur and Co and Orroe Law Crosby ajid aaJ Richardson and Of whom mny be lately price A new and improved Eriitiau of for the use of Both edited bv THE PORTUGUESE This Day elegantly printed in Threesmall eraijellished tine price in prefaced by an hiBtavica Memoir introduc tory to the LUCIAD the Diicovery oflndra B an Epic translatctt by from the Portuguese LULS DE The fifth edition printed to correspond with Lord translationof the Sonnets of and enriched with numerous historical Tlie Monthly their criticism on this give the following flattering commendation of This truly classical and noble production places the genius of Camoens in the most distinguished and the translator has done himselfthe highest in making his author lire in the fulness of his and i i all toc and hcaiityof our heroic Micklc has excelled even himself in his lation of this such is the mellow spirit and iVbncss of his In ive do not hraitate that this translation stands unrivalled by any imt that of the Printed for Allen aud of the Fi CUMBERLANDS ThU Day is pnhlishcd eTcgantry printed in Thrcc price a K JOHN rE RICHARD Fruited for and Temple of the of whom may be new E lions of the following popular by the same Memoirs of his own with Anecdotes and Cha Varters of his Contemporaries elegantly printed in with fine a auiHndex price The same elegantly printed in 2 or the Death of Christ an Epic Poem elegantly printed in two pocket with copper plates in 6d The Expdiad an JEpic Poenjj by snd Sir James Bland Surges elegantly printed in The Observer j a Collection of and Familiar cempkte Aruudel a Novel a Henry a Novel 4 0A Few Plain Reasons for Believing in the Christian Religion Plays of ors rrora of of Portraitsof Duke of Mis s Benjamin This Day is by Hollxirn and sold by all other Booksellers in the tTnitd to Price Sixpence containing Thirtyfix of the ceeding Numbers to be brought forward quick successiou as Investigation of the Charges brought J against his Royal Highness the DUKE of y Defbn with the Evidence at the of the the Commander in Chiefs Letter to the of nons after the close of the and other official Oh that and offices not derivd corruptly purctasd by the merit of the This Work is in s presumed that this interesting and authentic docu nent will find a place the library of every The very great curiosity vhich at present engages the will certainly produce many incorrect purporting Jo bo the Jnrestjgation jjf the Charges against the of York bat upon will be found ouly extracts froia news Ta give also tbe appearance of cheapness to which be contracted vrhbont evi dent others harecompiled mere abridge which causffond no real The Pub ic arc therefore to be very partioular in giving heir orders for Stratfords Accurate printed in duodecimoj and taken from the most authentic docu ofijcial and other iuiportiat evidences of NEW CARICATURES ON ustf published by Thomas coloured npHE foUowing CARICATLlPcES JLon this popular The Dukes Letter Days of Prosperity in Clarkes The Ambassador of Mo DissoVatidaof or Clarke trans Footboy into a All for Loreat TlieBishpp a Peep ato A Ncvr Parliamentary A new Caricature ill TC published regularly day present Please to ask for Teggs SALES 13 V CONTRACT LOWER Dwellinj aud te by PRIVATE CON JL or on a Room situate Lower Thames near yith yard and stack o now in the occupation of John Ro For partirulnis apply to Peter 33 OF Gentcnt Freehold situate near sic of A Substantial and Modembuilt DWEL with its w and uirmirous otliLTHocoinmodatiiins for the reception of a genteel Family iacloslng a site of Land of about four with a Shrabury in command ing moat beaoliful aud extensive prosptcts hy Sea xrith a good road for to It re the Purchaser immediate with the modern and Furniture at a Tickets for viewing tue said Premises may be had of and who art with the Safe of several other Freehold Estates in that town and Application by be duly nttend ed near on the BANKS of the By SAMUEL LEASE of ubeftutital in the JL cottage with tsrostall laigc twenty mi I cs from and near the capital market town of For farther and Tickets for apply at Saranel Auctioneer aud House nsar LEASEHOLD Great Kussel Bv Compact LEASEHOLD handsomely furnished in ttc Tlie Premisesi comprise three and two best bedrooms and sitting commnnicatinu bv and email room t newly and furnished wHthin tliee latt sis arc fully carepeteut to accom modation of a respectable and are lu Id for a term of 90 at a low groundrent of prr For further aud Tickets for apply at Samuol and House near the CLjVPHAM North near the FiviJMile be an excellent FAMILY T in perfect elegantly and fit the Immediatereccption of a large Family coach and two tbe one the other a irith fourteen a and witli a paddock about two in which arc planted many fruit an excellent and with grapery in full Ior further to apply at Id Res SOUTH hrGla SOLD i JL gciiteel two miles from the and ID from with suitable and 3U acres of mealoF the whole in excellent order and re fit for the immediate reception of a For further particulars Apply or address to Ser AUCTION Great Spring MESSRS and AB respecfully inform their the and Public in the aburo rooms are fitted up in the most for the po5al of ind property of erery on terms highly aii to renders and as the locality of tiie situa tipav with the extensive connections of the they flatter will always insure AH accounts will be ready for one wcekafnr tach A scale of conmrlssion may be seen at the Marl furniture and valuedin town r aud money advanced on property intended fui mraediato TO and Manufacturer of Fine Steel Work to the Koyal bcijs ti to the attention of Ladies bis which have of late been brought to gretii by removing all doubt of a possibility of their rutting in the These for pleasantness iuperior are generally allowed to excel every of the kind ever yet to the flatters himself theyneed only be trieU to fae ap Sold in or in small cases containing an HOUSE OF MARCH On the mrtion of Alderman COM the Committee appointed last Session to consider of the of of Blackfiiais and their property to thtir just But this cannot be the case ivitli the uucertiiieil because lie cuu no He isstripped of his pro perty by his if Jie conceal any continuing the Sunday Tolls ordeicd tu be A new Member was sworn in at tbe The House rcsotvtd itself into a Committee of he whole to consider of GregsOia Divoice Couusel Tcre called and Witnesses to piove the merely to gratify iua pevtjiui riage of and and the VciJicts obtaiucd at Ills mvu in the Courts against Peter Thaclier and Esq The Bll was ordered to be read a lliirJ time Oh motion of tbe Bill for ths more effec uilty ori csipitiil In or lie would be the case oi buch a it is then clear that un irntatitd individual tiuiv deprive liiin of his Ce hiiu to the horrors of an imprisonment tor power nut to be intrusted in the hands of any indivi much less uf basest aud issortment of every bize others with the addition of Scissors and These Needles are sold without any additional charge or material large Assortment of Palmer and Sons Portable be had only at Noi GRAND STATE LOTTERY EGINS APRIL SCHEME contaios Four of Two of with A Free Gift of OQO Tickets the First and a Free Gift of soo Tickets the Second A Ticket may gain AHalt may gain A An Eighth may gain maygain Sixteenth may Only Tickets for and Shares are on Sale at all tbe LicensedLbttery BRITISH HOUSE OF MARCH vras heard in the case of Pemberton versus Oakcs after wbich tbe Lord postponed giving a definitive opinion on its on account of the ab ence of several Learned JVC embers of the House but gave intention to more in afew coipc decision on the case Several The IrisK Militia InKstjineut Bfll was A Refuro of all Ar ientfrdtD this Country to SpafnatW was preseuted to their and orderedto lie The House then adjourned until lioulj he oblige to jay tlii sums they received ilo to be lodged witii them ior higiicrrtl of This he did i quite effectual remedy fur the find what le had ru tnat the should appoint a oaTik to receive lie produce of the aud if neglected into bank the urns which tiiev he uot impose or peuaitv on ljuc charge theui fter the rate ol heiuv ibrthe y hey retained in tiicir tlie xptnce of proving debts auaiiibt a iacertain stupes of the he it would be to allow that tlie coin should be held as a proof of the act o and that tlie recovery of dividends should be by petition to tiie Lord and uot by Tbe most important part of his the Learned and Gentleman related to the grantingof cer As the law now an uncertified Bankrupt could acquire no property but for the use of liis and he was liable to impu gnment for Before the statute of the 5th of George the granting a Bankrupt his certificate rested with the Lord Chancellor but by that statute it was required that four fifths of a Bankrupts iu number and should give their consent before a Bank rupts certificate could receive the great By this means it frequently happened that the mnlevolence or resentment of a single individual prevented an honest but unfortunate Bankrupt from obtaining his and though there might be no possible ground for attaching the slightest criminality to hi9 he to ratify the malice of a single irritated econdemned to the misery of It would be a waste of time to go a on tlie subject of imprisonment for which had been condemned in tijat House by so many great men but he could not help adding his testimony to and giving it as his decided that whoever wouldbring forward a measure to do away with imprisonment for would do an act that the highest honour on and be of the great est service to the He could how fielp that the ciase of the imprisonment of theuncertified Bankrupt was harder that of any The only plausible reason that is alleged for the impri sonment of debtors that they withhold their property from their creditors and certainly in stances occur of men who prefer ptru to A very strong the Learned and mow vrhv tins power should be taken oat of the of creditors that it was a well kiunvdt to tin he to ihn Iuijiic at that it happens chat obtained for and withheld lsfrom it often that ctTtiricutcs ure withheld troin pcrsoas conducceci with the and candour under their whoin no of pnev lor the mere luonev from o who yiay mtertst in his tins if a bciomes a father is known to possess some or a whose i ul prosperous the creditors will wiiiholu the cer tnally preventing the fbipin of Irish Rank Bank j most culpable motives Rills of and Post Bills ul llic Gcviruor Company ol the Bank of was reart a time anrl G RATTAN obtained leave to in a Eill tur tlie Relief of Insolvent Debtors in FOSTER brought in a Bill for certain Bounties on Hemp aud Flax impurted into lix1 An Account of the Corn imported or exported hi the course of hist orJcnd to K AsHLiTV COOPER brought in n Pil respcrtins nmc Land at the Property uf which it had been found necessary to to Public to be read a SLCUUU time I presented Copies of Corre nce of Sir Thomas Dyer Bith the Stxrrlary of iUte fjr the War to be The House then resolved itself into a CommUtee of Oii tbe motion of a sura hot exceeding was panted to his Majesty for paying fii he outstanding Exchequer Bills and the sum of or payin off Annuities to tbe Loyalty BTLL FOR AMENDING THE BANKRUPT Sir ROMILLY rose for the purpose of mnging in a of which he gave notice some evenings for the revision and amendment of ome part of the Bankrupt Uf could not lelp considering the Bankrupt as highly defective in many points of whether they vere considered in relation to the unfortunate jersons who were the objects of or in rr ation to the creditors interests they were ntended to It was a mistaken hat the bankrupt giving up Ins all was free and here were some engagements which might ren lerpersons liable to have a claim on a Bankrupts which they could notprove tinder any of the neetings of but which they were ifterwards permitted to prove by petition before he Lord Of this kind were the debts of who became responsible for he payments of sums of money at distant aud who could not bring forward a claim before the because in trictness theirs was not debt until the money vas actually He should as a re uedy for that persons standing in such re atious to a Bankrupts estate sjiculd be at liberty o prove their debts any time before tlie final dividend The next point on which he had to oueh was a maXfrec coiripiamt for a fv had tlesiredHe meaat tbe of Assignees speculating with Bankrupts and losing through theirimprovidence he money lodged in their Instances have been known of Assignees receiving very large inns of before any dividend has een btcwming Bankrupts so hat the creditor of the original Bankrupt had o call upon their Assignees ior au account of lie sums they had and it frequently iccurred that the whole In the course if the last a Bill was brougiit into trie to correct this but it was not carried nto By that Bill it proposed that certain penalties and frequently hap in order to upon the fee those relations to induce them to come But the illeffect of allowing fburiifths of creditors to decide peremptorilv whether the Bankrupt shall he al lowed his certificate or does not ret knowing that he is at the mercy one Oitwo parti cular they come to give in their claims dares not give that information to his which would enable them to sciutinue those because by so doinic he might offeud those aud be deprived of Ins A case of this the Honourable and Learned Gentleman occurred very lately in the Court where he practised the Court of Chancery where it was clearly proved that a person had put in a mucli greater claim against a Bankrupts estate than lie had any rigtit to aud that the Bank rupt had been deterred from communicating the circumstance to his from the appre hension that his might be withheld hedisobliged that A more atrocious abuse of ail law and equity he could net well as the law there was no re medy for the because an uncertified Bank rupt was not privileged to be a witness in any cause where his own estate was To show how serious the extent was o whose certificates were the and Member that in the persons became of whom 483 obtained their aud of course Cul re mained uncertified In the course of the last twenty years persons had been made and of tiiese never ob tained their In an Insolvent Bill passed by a clause of Lord Chancellor empowered to put Great Seal to the certificates of cre ditors refused to grant them their Certificates in another Insolvent a si milar was passed by But these were the only instances in Eng since tiie passing of the Act Sth George that the bufferings of this unfortunate cluis of men had been attended to by the British Lt In measures for their relief had more An Act was nasoed by the Irish Parliament for that purpose m another in in and the just before the in if it was expedient at dijicrent times to pass a enii Joivering the Caanccllor to grant certificates to unfortunate it be unj thing in the atmosphere r climate which dis posed Puiilamrntlo to Out there mint have been a conviction its policy and he iio why uas considered then as a temporary mea of the highest should not now iliat the us it vas had greatly be adopted The re medy which he should have the honour to sug gest to the did not go to take away any tiling from tlie power which creditors at present until after a lapse of two years from the final examination of the in stead of the law standing as it now he should if the creditors refused to grant the Bankrupt his that the in that case petition the Lord Chaticeilor to have his certificate and his Lordship would act upon his petition as he saw la regard to tlie of a petition to the Lord which few uncertified Bank rupts had or could bae any fuuds of thtir own to he should proppsethat to law stamps should be requisite in such proceed In a financial point ofvevr the SUHIS they conld bring to the Treasury wereaitogether contemptible and it was tlie last degree of op pression and cruelty to seek for areveimefrora those unhappy beings whom the law had stripped of all When touching on this point j he could not help saying that he con sidered the generality of law stamps the most disgraceful part of our whole revenue the nuisance State Lotteries Tbe Honourable and Learned Gentlemah pro ceeded to that he meant to mike the operation of his Bill retrospective well as There were a great number persons at present in the situation of uucerti ried and he thought it would be 3 reat hardship to those unfortunate persons to be deprived of the benefits of the The and Learned Gentleman said he had sots e alterations in the law asit stood in relation to fraudulent By the statute the 5th of George Bankrupts embezzling their property cteekred guilty of ftlcny v   

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