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   Day (Newspaper) - March 3, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING At SIX OCLOCK MARCH PRICE j Pnoe of against tlic MiiUrv by the immortal iovul lls demy vilh of the Pitir Ihe Great of Rus i from Halt and By hVreby the iliis aud splendid price vith the Twelfth he deliveivi t new Nineinch TCP iduas aud with the Twenty the cngagtmcnts for persons who are already pos and Paternoster r1 TTTLTrs art of HEWLETTS and may be had of the Paper at and the Dewy superior Engravings from the SALES PRIVATE By EDWARD IMBER A Respectable TallowChandlers and Oil most dcsiiaWy situate iu an respectable thoroughfare the city of and immediate possession the valuable LEASE andthe old esta blished extensive Jucrutive The premises in excellent and possess convenience for railltn aa4 with commanding aud every other requisite accommodation for a family and the basi ncss hcM anLease for an unrxpired term ofj30 at the tltc purchasi for iacludinj tlic will require about Apply to the General CommissionOffice and near on the BANKS of the By SAMUEL rriHE LEASE in the JL cottigc twostall detached large twenty iniles London andi near thTC capital market town of For farther and Tickets for apply at Samuel Auctioneer and House the a Youth of good Morals and as an APPRENTICE tu a PAWN BROKER his fiiends to find hmi doaths and Inquire at w PANTED aMASTER for the above Aus not oxcerd 45 a Single Man married without and vrLuse character will bear the stricUiM Apply auy before J o with ot to Broad March 1 Breughel ilaphacl Vleigrr West Puussin Beagle Worthingtou Ncagle Tomlinson Neagle completed in Twenty similar i ilegautly printed on a hue il forming a neat Pocket Vo being illthe Dutiis of Lift in Youth Chesterfields Advice to his i u Mm and the Polite together with tt f Hush and Jauies P Aflin and Temple of the Minm may be clcgant Aphorisms for with Critical Tu printed iu Three in RICHARD and Tmple of the of whom may be new Edi popular by the same vith Anccdntes Chi i printed iu r a and Index price iUgantly jnmed iu 2 ih Ketith of Christ an Epic Posm il in two pocket copncr LEASEHOLD Great Russel OJv SAMUEL JCompact LEASEHOLD handsoincly furnished in the modem The ses comprise three and two best bedroomsand two handsiune communicating by folding excellent and small room newly fitted and furnished within these last six are fully competent to the accom Inodation of a respectable and are held for a term of 90 at a low groundrent of per For further and Tickets for apply at Samuel Auctioneer aud near the VILLA and LAND on the WESTERN By HARRY A COMMODIOUS with suites of domestic coachhouse and stabling for four arid Sout seven acres of rich meadow divided into by handsome and environed by gravel anil Erieencd by a luxuriant shrubbery an excellent walled and wellplaced The whole in high competent to accommodate a respectable fa The situatiou is and within five miles of the May be riewcd by tickets only with printed may be applying to Harry New WAN iu a ieapecbifale HousOof Bu at the End of the au AP PBEJVf ICE to the FANCY and A will be the must satisfactory ivfosnces gicn aud ForPartknlars inquire at Maiyleboiic Two DayAnprcntices inquire U L 1 UOR he witF immediate JL a must exrelltut FAMl LYHOVSE cnjwfeting of a capital diuhig and two large bed aud and every accommoda tion for a large For apply to Hoggart and TO be and entered upon the whole or part of a completely and newly fur nished tit for the reception of a small jjoutcel situated in within a few doors of the situation is remarkably airy the o the Premises commands a delightful vicv over th1 Surrey and therirer For IlMtMcr Particulars apply to Earl iu Io lihniil Burges ele Noble and By HARRY noble aud truly capacious JL the late residence and property of his Grace the Archbishop of The arrangement of this mansion is upon a grand and its accommodations sufficiently spacious for a family of distinction and its suite the situation and central to the Houses of Parliament and Theatres and by its proximity to the and area of its own is rendered airy and The ground plot ranges Jiacouncctcd other from East By SAMUEL TO for a few or Seven a very Convenient lately fitted up ana furnished in thii most fashionable fit for the immediate reception of a genteel fa situate in Lower four doors from For farther particulars arid Tickets for Tiewing apply at Samuel Auconeer and House tlic by Cumberland atitly printed in a Collection of and niiiiplete in 1 i Nmcl 2 3 ovfl 1 i ijni for Believing in the Christian i of to of ON hv Thomas i iv j coloured aud sold by NEW CARICATURES The Dukes Letter lj of Prosperity iu The Ambassador of Mo of or Clarke trans a All for Love at 1 ir Bishop mid his or a Peep A New Parliamentary Caricature will be published regularly idf Tvpts 11HE VND STATE LO1TEUY APRIL SCHEME contains ini or Tickets the and mi son Tickets the Second VII ERE IIY may Only Tickitn for u s oix on Sale at ail the Licensed Lottery feet from to South mcasarcs G4 iita enhibit The planned judiciously for uniting and comprises withihthemantion sixteen cbain with distinct secondary stoneBtairtJlse twq spaci ous and wellproportioned lofty about 36 by expensively and situngjocna on the principal with a grand stone staircase leading thereto dhiiugparlour correspondent breakfast and with nu inner and outer hall on the groundfloor and on the basement description of domestic offices which a numerous family may require a competent arrangement of cellars and and excellent cold wilhaccesp by a nub terraneous avenue to a detachedkitchen aud The and a detached bachelors rtabBne for eleven and standing for four an inner and other detached are divided by an a gravel and embowered by stately the whole form ing a superior To he viewed oiily by price and may be had at JSew Bond Leasehold near the Bv Modem built BRICK with a good liming and and a small outlet held for an unexpired term of fiftynctm at a low rent imme diate posstssiou iuvy be Apply to and be of a complete anil ncwiyfitted trpSnOFin tlieaborc Uncisituatal in ercry conroiieucc on the for carrying ou the Tallowcljaudlery any ex tent the only reason for the present proprietors leaving is the want of For further apply to EarU H1GHGATEH1LL A PETJTI01N Imviug btieu presented to Par r leave to bring in a to authorize tlic forming uf an srthuiiy through Kigh for the purpose of remedying the evils daily experienced in passing on the present of raad a ge neral of the Subscribers to the aud thepromotersef the will be held at the George and Vulture on the Jth atone oclock to takfe into consideration the adoption of such further proceedings asTniiy be deemed expedient carry the design into full The CominitUe think it proper0 acquaint those gen tlemen who are desirous of furthering iiiia public that they hrtve prtjciired satisfactory as tothe facility with which the work can lie and have the pleasure ta that the necessary expence wil1 be and that d reasonable toil in passing through archway will furnish an return upon the money which may eventually be By March THREE BLIM AN industrious with a Wife Children throe ot whom unhappily blind bcgjjeave tj retura his sincere and grateful to a gcncrrns for their kind assistance in enabled him topiscc the cldcst of the three with a tlcmaain the Fame unforlunutc as au apprea tice tp IcStm aad the Organ in the in which having made much is ctrncting his aged eight years afld whO afcb1 the misfortune itb be bora The fcthcr of tlrcanot having the means of placing the girl in a sb situation with her brother without sheVilllwi ut lerly destitute once more to intrude hiiHsrt upon the notice of the tlic beaevcfc lent who bare the will assist by a sniall donatioi to etfeci hw purpose arhich will Le grelsiimy at KellysMusical Mf Bondstreet Fruiterer PallMall Eurles AlbcmarlcRtreet Mr Hajinarket at Dales and CbrnhJU strictest inquiries may be made aud at Sotton and Panls x Siuce his first appeal to the has hadlbe inisfbr tune to hare aaoihcf girl born BRITISH UlTHOLT Hi jinj i2th THOISAND TICKETS the Prire above and FIVE the Firstdrawn cii in addition tothe Ustof Capitals Pi 500 in grcat are on Sale it were recently sold in Country post paid containing Bank fiiec or Bills of short treated and MAKGARETs INSBV aud respectfully acquaint that the Ticlcctinmd Shares for the tu begin on lath of tlidi olil established State Lottery Of w Day the First Drawn l4 be entitled to loOo and on the the frst drawn Prize aborc to suo These Benefits tbe ovcraud above the usual other pruei coutained in the i Tickets depositid thcfiinkof j v tiie niitabcrs may bt had at Hornsby rv Hxtnily sLarwl among fricada the follbw f Cipitel of a of i 8 4 of c r by letter or executed exactly on TO AN oldestablislied Wholesale most desirably fituated on a capital in a large obont Go niilcs from Londou consistiug of a very coiircaient Wl on which are octensive Warfc nearly ConnttnghonseJ all iUc on a great part of the Premises is the whole now rally employed in a profitable The purchase and will mjnirc about Fifrtlicr Partkolarii may be bad on application to O be the ot a most delightfolly in4hc of wjthiu about a Mjle and a Half fit Tmbridge commanding an estouarc most picturesque view of Lord by AT jaost romantic and beautiful in that part of the country it has to it four acres it may be had For farther Darticulars apply to containing 4000 the purchaser froni VALUABLE FIR WOOD fQH THE FIR WOOD in the Forest of GLEN known by the name of My Lords with more to be picked by this extensive are to Ae Thctrecs wiil in and many of them confcun upwards of 50 cubical The quality of the timber is being all of aad upwards of JOQ years Many of the wimki be fit for masts and whereJarje fize and TUe wood three of the river which tlie trees be ftiatwl KUdabout three and a half nulea of Charkstcvn which therein an A reasonable time will be the audior payment of he John MLeod at tbe tua licr p Personi desirous of becoming purcbjaWwflUodsptheJr HOUSE OF MASCH Counwl were heard ou Campbells Divorce am pew WJtaeHjW Trere The tTidence brongh created a doubt m the LORD CHANCE L IORS vbfjter Campbell bad not for fejtfd before the adnlterons intercourse tool place irith The absence of a whose tpsthnony seemed likely to that induced Lordship topropose to the Counsel to give himtime to procure his appearance at the Bar of this House and the case was therefore referred fcr further exammation to this day fortnufht Several Bills were brought from the Hoase of Conv raons thosf of a public nature flic Com illoy Prohibition the Vish ami tbe Spirit Importfltipn Saspcnsion fbrongh a firs readiugj imd were braered to be read 9 CAMPAIGN 72V The Earl of laid beforfe House part of the Papers relative to the Cam paigo and consistuig of the insfcrnc tions sent to the British Generals in that cbtintry and as well as to Sir John Dyers auc He regretted the rest were no yet ready but assured thfeir Lordships that h would eiert all his endeavoujs to hasten ihei Lord DARNIEY vished to know among these jhe Correspondence that hai taken Sit John and the Instructions that to advance a second tone into the in tenor of a pow hostile offer he had be gun hia j wiujd be The Ewivt LiTEBROot objected to the pro of letters Sir John Moore a private Bo hevnllingly iaformed tbe NdUe that Si jqbjit Mpore secotid time into i badlad him to retreat pt n ceuseqoencrfif tjedef contaiued i Oat on o froi to ieattention of the Papers now their Lorflships o infoniiatjon on tbit he would deem it is duty to make a in order to obtain ikt necessary Public tmsincs being tibw vrere called to roceed ou Sir George Brojravcs Divorce His innr age was proved in the yeur as in11 as the ambgcs which he received in of the verdict iveri hi his Witnesses produced to Move the act of which they did in tbe clearest launer But before all those who had been snm loned were the LORD CHANCELLOR thought roper to posipouc the further of the case util OM lus the proceedings to the which stood for ue deferred imtiithu day HOUSE OF MARCH Oregons Divorce Sill was read a ROSE gavenotictr that he should call icatteution of the House to tbe Acts relative ty the in eicourse bttween the islaud of Bermuda and His that Bermuda should on the same ootuig with resptct to its commercial reliztiuas with Ca ada KS the other FOSTER brought up an account of the quantity of orn imported or exported from the th ofJanuary to the gth of Jauuary idOQOrdcr d to be AViiXRTON brought up the estimate of allowances o be granted to ililitia GENERAL WYVVE that it was his intention to ring forward his motion respecting General Clavering to as he had originally The ADVOCATE of HCOTLAXD moved for o Bring in a Bill for the lxttcr preservation of the Public Records of Leave givm the Lord Advocate tf and some other northern Mem Krs were ordered to bring in the The LORD ADVOCATE of SCOTLAND moved that the leport of Commissioners appointed to consider the state f the Public as they related to be laid pon the the motion of the Irish Flax Seed 3ounty Bill was read a second ordered to be postponed his motion relative to Mili ary Court Martial s AViiiTBREAD moved for Copies of the Correspon dence between and the Secretaryof State fur tlie Foreign WHARTON brought up the Reports of the Com mittee of and tlic Committee of iVays and vhich were read pro Lord CASTLEREAGH presented certain which were ordered to lie on the On tiie motion of leave of absence was granted to a Member for three on account of ill HVSKISSOX that as the Act relative to the Drawback on Exported Siigais wguld expire on the 25th of this he should tomorrow move for leaVe to in a Bill to continue the said After some private business had been gpue tbe House adjourned at FIVE oclock to this nd tht Municipal Council fell in behind the ioyal Guard and before the Body Guard of The entrance of bis Majesty into Madrid was nnouuced by aaother ttischarge of a hundred and by the ringing of all thie whtoh wus frequently repeated daring the His entering by the gate of raversed through the trett of the gate of the the street f Lts of and of to tie Church of The crowd jttlf nense and manifested its joy iy Continual lie Suffragan in his the and Prelates of rehgiooa eceivel his Majesty at the he ancient Canonn tp FROM THE DUTCH His Majesty has ordered the Captain and Director general and Minister of the Maza repair to Fcrrol and iu order to put the thereinto fhe most flourishing Tt is saic be is invested with the power of inspecting th cd of suspending or removing the MJMlban who may have prcvorieuted in their functions he is to take all measures which anjHJar to him for establishing the best aad mos Security in this dispatches have been received from thi Duke of The division which ocou fortress and the maritime department of Fcrrol ibtmdthem Neither the vessels nor the have sustained the slightest Order ant Ility reign in Ferrol as in every part of iBii Majesty has nominated the LieutenantGenera of Don CommandantGenera of thedepartment of aud FieldMarshal Don An Xoaio Cirit nud Military Governor of Bin Majesty honoured the theatre of the de Feral with his A comedy by a fare opera were interludes of nations The city of Madrid had ottered this festival to and taken the greatest pains iu the decora ikra of the interior of the allthe boxes being lined with and the whole being illuminated with was The totbe theatre and the throng of spectators was so the avenues JANUARY The public entrr of tlie King our Sovereigi into the was uunounced the At the brtak of by a salute of a hundred At eight iu the morning a of the garrison of under was ranged in a line from the gate of Atocha to the gate ef the Church of and from thence to tlie Palace whilst another part waS placed in large detachments at different The guard posted close to the said Clmrchut nine oclock the cavalry marched to receive his am halted at the Place de las As soon as the King advanced before leaving pnly a single squadron to follow his Majesty1 At the Place de las the King mount ed on amidst the acclamations of the people and the cavalcade marched in the fol lowing order the cavalry of the Garrison squadron ofthe Guard Majestys Guard o the the Secretaries 6 the the the Gentleme f the the the Super the Graud Master of the Ce remouies and the Grand the Graiu and theGraud Master of th Hounds the King our Sovereign the General of the Guards de service his Aider de the Equerry de service the Ministers the Grandees of who are not Gentleme of the Bedchamber all those persona accompa nied his Majesty on horseback in theirstat a squadron of the th Councillors of the Council of tha of that of of the the Orders of Comniefce the Minister of A another Alcalde representing tha tribunal and squadron of the Garrison Ca valry closed tlie The Governor of the with the Major ready at thegate of to pre sent to his Majesty the keys of the the Governor put him Vdf at Ihe head of the cavalry of the gartisoTi x The Suffragan Bishop addressed his Majesty n an excelleut porthy of aud proper for the the and lie His Majesty spoke in these words Before rendeiing thanks to the Supreme Arbiter of for my return to the capital of this kingdom itirsttd to ray I wish to reply to the affectionate occptiou of its by declaring mpeecret n the presence of the living who feis just received onr outh of fidelity to my I pvotjst before ttho known the hearts of tLat it is my duty aud conscience only which induce ne to moniit the and not my owu private ineli I am willing to sacrifice nvy own ause 1 think you have need of me for the establishment f The unity of our holy the independence of lie the integrity of its and the iberty of its are the conditions of the oath which have taken pn receiving the It will not be dis raccd upon my head and ifj as I have no the esires of the nation the efforts of I hall soon be the most happy of because you ne will all be These words created in the hearts of all the nost sensible ivhich was manifested on all His Majesty bein seated on the the cavalcade was ranged in the following order n the right of the upon the third step rom the stood the CaptainGeneral the Guards de the Grand and behind him the Gentlemen of the Bed On the right of the Lord Chamber the Ministers and on their the Coun cillors of State in two On the left of the the Grand Majof Domo and the Grand Equerry on the left of lim the CaptainGeneral of the Guard not de and the MajorGeneral having on his eft the Behind the CaptainGeneral of the Guard not de service were his Majestys Behind the Grand the Be hind the the In front ofthe on the last was placed the Grand Masterof the Chaplains of Hoixnuyand all tbftjCbapel assisted iu the which was celebrated with the customary In the nave of the churchiwere disposed two rows of banqueting tables those on the right occupied by the Mem bers of the Council belonging to the ac cording to the order of precedence those the left by the Members of the City with other titled persons of The nor of the General and heads of the EtatMajor of the aud of the garri who were actually in ranged themselves in front of the throne the other Of ficers were placed below the Magistrates of the among the tilted and distinguished After the mass a Te JDcum wassolemnly after which the six Canons conducted his Majesty to the door of the The Chapter and the Clergy were placed as before and the pro cession attended his Majesty by the street of To the street the arch of the till lie arrived at the Hall of Ambassa dors where his Majesty received the Court and another salute of a hundred guns announced his entrance into the All the private houses and edifices along the line of the procession which bis Majesty were ornamented with rich and splendid From place to the most excellent bands ef music played appropriate From the entrance of where his Majesty got out of his carriage to mount his to the Pa there was in none of the streets a single window or which was not crowded with persons of both sexes and all which broke of the joy which they felt in possessing in their capital a Mo sent by Providence to heal oqr public and restore to Spain the prosperity and splendour which heretofore rendered its name il At night there was a general illumin which was repeated on the following LETTER ADDRESSED BY Tl6i OtR M ASTER TO THE ARCHBISHOPS AND BI8HOW OF ISIS Don Joseph the grace of arid the Constitutions ai the King of Spain aud the In returning lo this oujfirst as well as 6rst has been to prustrate ourselves at the fcet of that God who disposes of We have offered him tbe homage of our existence for the felicity of the brave nation whom be has intrusted our It is with this end in conformity with dearest that we have addressed to him our humble IVhat is an individual iu the immense population of the earth What is he in the eyes of the who alone penetrates the intentions of and according to them determines their elevation y who sincerely wishes tbe wel fare of his serves Gcd and omnipotent ness protects We desire that in conformity with these you direct the prayers of the whom Proridence has intrusted to Let iu all ask of Gcd thathe deitra to let fall upon us his spmt of peace and wisdom let us abjilre every that we may be ocmpjed alone by such sentiments as ought to animate and which the cenerarmtcrcsts of this monarchy inspires let the exerr and sncceed tp the discords to which ure have been d prey let uj retorn thanksto God for the success Ve pleased to grant to the of cr August IBrbther aodpiweffui AKf the Enrperor of the Frrocbj wjjb fcis   

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