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Day (Newspaper) - March 11, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT 31X SATURDAY MAKCH PitlCE i MALI MARCH the 1 f The Earl Spencer Tin Admiral Lon Sii Kt M Merman of this CliariU V r j in 1 March Divine r hi ihr Right Reverend the Low and nftcrwards atlh j uit Iive oClock i at Half past Five oClock Philip If William John William William tu the Chapel oft that day withoti ill sent lo every Guardian in alliiitioii of they snouli mure should either for th tn may lie had by applying to thi il the IM Impel by Ilorslry and suita n liv i ijV Widow Lady airy of the the vicinity of Co n In Direct to New tbc itating tft rA in tiie neighbonrhood of jjelh or iu GROUNDFLOOR nit room for if re i i mal b lo in thf County from to funiishtd or Unfuriush and xittuition respectable pelsons approved of of an unex paid aruterlly in tiie vi arid nearly the well adaptcdfor a for any leupth of tcrui CharhttcstVcrt a genteel 1VESI illi larjc Garden and very plca i brow of tbc through Lpping mills from thnrsa 8 npilicat up in i for Three or Foui a mutt desirably ranstui a riew over Hyde Misiin gknrtemaiT two two best bcdcbam liMnliKS roivinknt kitchen and offices sta hug for ihne further mil Iu apjily lo Herjuou i Liny DWELL I JL lute in the occnjiatiou of Solomon rotitnininj numerous lofty n coureiiieut ixcelleut apavcd eligibly x within a few c M1 liy applying to I0 or Six Months from i Ajnil a Spacious FAMILY most pleasantly situate compcisinp excellent handsome fohr und suitable seirants domestic cumchhousc replete irery accnmmb of be viewed by may be had li 1 LI C vnh iimli for three or five a very completely acres of meadow landv lithe 1 and sjiiirtitisr part of the county of ftnn six from rtl inetcfn from Thebouse uncl ccmlains ample accominldation iiit with pleasure Immediate possctsion may be and further 1 in Vi iustnlevaud Stock ac Mir in that Tickets and Shares are of at thiir for the CD NEW which mi i jth of APRIL Not tluce i I Piize above will be ulnoii of Whole i Prizo above will bo aliio i Frze of 500 Wliole include the followingCapital Irizcj of s uf i o Prizes uf f 10 500 IlZs in the and former to a m been sold aud by Carroll and lit paid on hid B STATE LOTTERY EGiNS APRIL SCHEME contains 1 with t 1 vf Tickets the First and a ofSCO Tickets the Second JVHKREBY L iJw Only Tfrkets for 1 Shares arc OB at all theJLitteiwedLottery BV PRIVATE By THE Liase of a eligibly situate its a public culars of liefore 10 oclock ia the or after 5 iu the A COMMODIOUS vtdl calcu lated for a Family of eligibly situate in with tbe elegant and modern Furniture to be Uiken by witb immediate aud leave of applv i to SALES BY PRIVATE Genteel with tor Forty sulyect to a Rent of Two IIC of a Genteel with the whole of the appropriate Qs it The Prmilses are iu jood situate at a short distance boyou tHe Karl aud aliotit 6 miles from London Fiirthei porticulais mJ he known by application to Mr a most capita built by the celebrated Failicr we calculatcdfbrthe or small chape Cardo may be had of Clod and Matthiaf Pallmall of Paul rlmrcliyard nnd A Valuable ESTATEin the County of Nor of 460 acres and upwards of guo in a high state of with mauur aboujidinj with within nine ruilcs of the city o i Possession to be given at For further particulars of Bake Jo TO be a BAKERS in an undeniable in a neighbour with very low ajid two goodOvens about further iuquir of near Koxton 1 In full RFD JKEEHOLD JT To be SOLD ou a good FAMILY witli iron pallisades convenUntpfHccs park extensive and large with coach and situate in Red Clcrken Particulars and Onlers to view apply and TO DEALERS LEASE of very cxteasive PREMISES JS feet ia with three tifict well calculaked for any wholesale con with Drdied and a good fa near tlc Old Jewry For ParticularR ajiply to and Paynter Of THE LEASEjofyeryrfeshrablePREMISES situate on well adaptec for any whole rale or of which jrainediat niay Be further and tx View apfly to and J Sur LEASE of avery complete HOUSE JL iu substaiitial sitoate in FIorpurjatrect years Were unncpired at Michai1 mas held at a low the Furniture is atthe option of the further Particulars am Tickets for viewing apply to aud Payn TO be DISPOSED the LEASE of a in au airy aud cheerful situation as aborc containing in with a small garden and a private entrance from the with cellaring for coals house in excellent ami ixn mcOiatc ipay bv Particulsrs Jtifi to view apply to and Sur Most Capital Freehold and Leasehold one minutei walk of the EXTENSIVE FREEHOLD and LEASE HOLD in the viciuity of con sisting of a capital udapted for a Mer chant of the first stock of ware whole forming most complete and desirable in substanf iaj and of which immediate possession may be Particulars aud Tickets for viewingapply to and Colcmanstrect LEASE of an in coinplefe fihiafe in the preferable part of the above street comprising tworooms oir each with convenient arid detached well calculated forthe jrProfessioDal or small Iurmture may be taken or not option of the be iwccn the hours of ii and by Tickets with had of Mn Conduit be DISPOSED an old Established HOUSE in the above most admirably situate a few miles from in a neighbourhood emiuent from its many aud with the greatest truth it may be said to vailed in The Premises are iu complete with a trade attached to tficro of 5000 anil the capability aud expectancy sf any increase man of business may Principals only will by applying t A Newly erected FAMILY Six Acres of situated pn a gentl commanding rich and picturesque The premises on the principal a 24 by 17 25 by 17 breakfastparlour and each about 17 feet Ou the upper are four Tjood with three smaller There arealso three servants apart wirh communicating to the stair but diaiihct fiom he principal cjiamber The domestic offices are appropriate and conve vrtth stabling for four drying wellarranged gurdeu anjt shrub taijefulry laid and with plauts of the kail loud may be had T and iart of the purchasemoney may remain on Tickets to view the aQC furtbrr at Royal and Old bttwcon 10 ami VALUABLE FIR WOOD FOR FIR WOOD mtheToreatofGLEN by the nauue of Sfy Lords own 4000 with 40OO more to be picked by be pttrcbiuer from extensive are to be The will arcrage 50 feet in and many of hem contain of 50 cubical feet The quality of he ttjnber u being all of natural and upwards of juo years 3Iany of thetreei would be t for masts aud where large size and straight imber The wood is within three of Tiver by which the trees tnay be floored to and about hrceand a half of Charleitown of from hich tlwre U on excellent turnpike A reatonablc time win be allowed fcit cuttmgUown the and for payment of tbe John MLeod thetim o f becoming pure their iflets w Genteel with immediate TIE Sixty Tfkars of which are uu of a good pleasantly uilistance of about miles from aud Witains 5 a diuiugriipni 90 feet o convenient domestic jtud tQ view the nmv be had of HACKN large autl live Acrifs ate By THE LEASE for ntar of a genteel agreeably Hackney a convenient of about three miles from for n rcsjKctnjle aid contains five steeping a neat oiul moruiuf ami three stall a man Ecnants room two large gnr und a field of about live Particulars and Tickets to view the may be had of Leasehold Coimtry with excellent walled Gar Offices aud together Seven MiUs Nortk of By PETER A Commodious FAMILY with fur eight suit able large with extcushe appropriate 16 acres of meadow Acxrly eifual tj tfthc free valu able right of coinmoUj atnithe whole welisupplied tfitb water term 31 at a triftiug May be viewed on and by withfurther may be iiati of Peter This Day is a new bshig the revised ancl jrira in of THE DICTIONARY of QUOlATiONS in most frrquiitt taken chiclly from tbc and but compiixiig miinj troin the Spanish and Ttiia ciiuipilutimi for the use of the English not with any other i yud tven in the perusal of by such phrases as the horb tic status va these and thousamjs others ofgrcalor length will bo found in this and thirefirciac ias eaay as to an hifstrtise urtl in Johnsons readers this woik will give information not to 1 fouud and its precludes com ment on its Printed for WiBde and Putemosterron HOUSEPROVEN CHARLES Lon most respectfully begs leave to inform the that their STABLES in toivnmay be of the best quali ou the most reasonable directed as e duly attimltd LAKGE NEWCASTLE ine btst that come to London are sold on such very mu derute tciuis as behovea the ceconomist to take the ad vantage of purchasing of the London SraCoal Hoiboru nntl although vision isso iidvanccd iu one shilling pir per oftthe is continued to by HARRISON and LAND on WESTERN By A COMMODIOUS with suites of domestic coachhouse and stabling for four and itbout sfveu acres of rich iutq by handsome fences and enviroitedby gravel ami screened by a luxuriaut shvnbbvry an excellent walled and wellplaced The whole in high and competent to accommodate a ia The situation ia auij within five miles of thtr Metropolis May be viewed by tickets ouly with printed niay be applying tu Harry New Eight Miles the Three By 4 Simple elegant COTTAGE eora xjL pctenl to tin accotumodation of a moderate rvceutly fitted wictrpecaliur ami in the most pirfec oj and ou the ground au entrancehall handsome scul butlers larder und over which i a large rainwater first u breakfast commanding a view of the four roomy chains bers andattics competent for four servants iets a detached coal other domestic double coachhouse and fourstall wash and sleepingroom over and pbultryliOuse in of the bouse a pad environed by gravel and ornamented with uxuriast a large productive gartleu aud lautcd with choice fruit and about 10 acres oT meadow be viewed Tuesdays Thurs by which may be aud further Parti culars by applying to New Boud LIVERPOOL MiW LIGHT curry rralv Fviir sets out from the JL GOLDEN Charing on uiul Friday at six through Ashhy de la Burton upon the Pottery mid to where it to Jinner the Sctoml The Coach callcU the ROYAL through Northampton and ami Sutiinlay murnings at as The ami and tlegant sets nut on Tuesdays ail at two The aijd Milford Haven COACM everyEvening at Sundays at 1V1IOLYHEAD WALES Eveuiug at and from tlie General Post Office at fSrindays lit The HOLY HEAD POST COACH by Salop and Capel every at except Bv GEORGE BOCLTON LIGHTING mid Paiish of Clement March THE COMMITTEE appointed pursuant to Act of fur Lighting and Cleansing the give Thut they will meet in the Vestry room of the said on the Olst of April at six oclock iu the afternoon to receive Proposals in from any Person or Per sons willing to Cyutract with them for providing and Lighting about eight hundred Globular Lamps with one broitd vnck burner sample of which must bo theLamps tu be cleaned at leist once iu every fort or if required and to receive Proposals iroiii Persons willing to Contract for the lie and in the said ttd taking away the aud other anil the and Rubbish The Proposals to spe cify the Terms of clcausiug uid taking away the and other Filth once in every week or oftner if and of away the and to the Comtractor will be entitled each of tliesalti Contracts to be for one and to commence masday the Contractor to find all md Implements licctssary for the several works above and to give siiiiicicnt security for the due per formance of the Contract I hi Ibrai of which may be iu it the at the Work huusiof Saint Ckmiiit Dam The names of the Secu rities must be specilifd iu thu respective By urilir of the THOMAS FRANCIS leasehold with Alsops New Bakerstreet HARRY A Very pleasant and commodious RESI consisting of a wellbuilt HOUSE of a moderate and fit for the immediate reception of a elegantly and with most convenient etached about an acre of surrounded by high with door into Marylebone forming n excellent garden with with tKc choicest fruit trees and whjch avi been broughttotheir preient state at a great cx ASnjall garden in a covered entrance o the which is at a convenient distance from the The premises are capable of great improve maybe made a suitable residence for taraily f The views of which it added to many other local ren ers it peculiarly not ouly for the occupation of respectable alsofor The Lease or above For particulars apply to Harry Vew who will give Tickets to view the between theliours of la and 4 Noble By HARRY THE neble and truly capacious the late residence and property ofhis Grace the Irchbishpp of situate in The rraagemeiit of this mansionis upon a and accommodations sufficiently spacioiis for a family of istinction arid its suite the situation and entral to the Hoasts of Parliament and Theatres and y its proximity to the and area of its own i rendered airy aud The ground plot ranges uconnectcd with other from East 10 5O fretfrom North to South measures 64 The reraises fJihibit an extraordinary pile of substantial brick planned judicioasiy for uniting convenience aud aud ivithin sixteen cham with distinct secondary stone staircase and wellproportioofd lofty about 36 y 24 expensively and sittingroom on the rincipol a grand stonestaircase leading bereto diningparlowr of correspondent Ji breakfast ami au inner and outer hall oa the groupdHoor and on the basement erory escription of domestic whicli a numerous family may a coropctent arrangement of cellars and and au cold with access by a sub irraneous avenge to BJetachedkitchen lansjoi aud bachelors stabling fin leveh and standing for four with an mer and other detachrf re divided by an irca or environed by a gratd alki and embowered by stately 5 hewhole ng a Tabe viewedlpnly by withprice and Uad at New Bond BRITISH HOUSE Of MARCH Counsel wa1 heard at length on an John Merchant of and Robert and of in order to set aside obtained in a ijuestion of KuOwlta for the Adam aud Sir remain to be beard on uhcii the pleadings will be re Two Private Bills from the Commons were The Irish Importation Bounty ilax Bill was read a third and Judgment ou the Appeal of the Magis trates of was deferred till Lord desired to correct a mistake on the subject of some inclosed which had beeu presented by the Board of purporting to be instructions forwarded in Sir Charles Cottons Letter to Sir Hew whereas the Papers in question were instructions from the Admiralty to Captain LordABERDEEX thut certain Papers relative to the Transport be before their Lord tftuLGiiAVE expressed a readiness to comply witb the deske of the Noble but hoped xluriug the present pressure of public and the raultitutlc of already lying on the no unnecessary would be Adjourned to HOUSE OF MARCH BBKESfORD withdrew hia Motion forn Cull of the House thii day On the Motion of the consideration of the LandTax Commissioner Bill was podtponcil ty this day six A Gentleman at the Bar presented a from the appointed to examine into the state of the Public Ordered to The further consideration of the Plymouth Policp Bill was deferred to this day Sir CHAULK9 POLE that there be laic before the House a copy of the Clmitcr of Greenwich Hospital after a few words from Rubcrt was A Message fioro the Lords aonouuceil tljit their Lord ships had agreed to thu Irish llax and Importation and various privaV Leave was given to the Lord Advocate of Scotlaudvto atlfiid the Committee of the Houae of Lurrk upjwiutcd to consider of the nature and consequences of Imprison ment for Civil Sir JOHN NEWPOfiT wished the consideration ef the Jrish Maltaad Spirit Puty Bill to be post poned to Monday He not help thinking that Bills relating to that part of the United vith which he had the honour to be were hurried with too niuch rapidity through the FOSTER deuied that there was any inten tion hUrrythe Bill through the and said be had no objection to postpone the consi deration of the Bijl tp AfteE a few observations from Sir John aiUtlie pf the the Bill was ordered to be taken coiuiderntion HUSKISSON morcd for certain Papets re lative to Colonel Fraichs to iljion tiio The Irish Bank Note Bill was read a third and Tlie llcpoit of tfie Conimittee of Supply was ordered to be taken into consideration on MOI day The Report of the Committee of Ways and Means wiisalso postponed to ROSE broughtin a bill to regulate the commerce to and from the Cape of Good which was read a and ordered to btt read a second time on Monday The SECRETARY at WAR postponed the third reading of tiie Mutiny Bill to BEKESFORD gave that the second day after the he should move foe the appointment of a Committee to inquire intqi the management of the PostToftice iu The Sugar and the Sugaf Bounty were read a third time and CALLOKIHB Lord that as his in moving for a Call of the was to scctire a ju 11 attendance of Members until the present momentous question was disposed and as it was the general feeling both sides the that it was not likely a determinatiofij become upon the subject that lie should ia the first place that the House ut its rising do adjourn to Monday He should then that the Order Day for the Call of the House be and stand over to Monday General GASCOJGNE thought Call of the hanging over the heads of Members from day to extremely but after the explanation given by the ISfoble he should not press the Motion of which he had given notice on a former He could help that it gave him great concern a decision was not likely to be obtained that on great question which occu pied the attention of the He felt the convenience of late as well as other Mem and he was persuaded that many men had suffered in their health from their tendance in the House since the investigation had been going He could see no likelihood coining to an unless Gejitlemen would make up their minds to sit up till eight or nine oclock in the morning hear There were so many Gentlemen orators a who had yet to deliver their that there was no saying when the House would be able to come to a and therefore the Call might be kept hanging over the heads of Members for a week to As a mode to shorten the he should propose that their clock should be embellished with figures like those at Hunstans Chlirch fa when Members were inclined to trespass too long on the attention of the might admonish them to shorten their speeches The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER be had no objection to the Motion of the INoble Lord Folkestone but he that if the crauhl not come to some decision that they would at least decide upon the whether by Resolution orby in which they would give their This might tend much to simplify future and therefore he hoped that point would be After a few words from Lord ia the Order for the Call of the House was postponed to postponed his Motion respecting General which stood for to a future when the business of the should be disposed DUKE OF BANKS and spoke follows I should be very unwilling to occupy the in this pro tracted of this unless I was persuaded that I wastherein obeying the stroug impulse of my and discharging what this House and the Public has a right to expect of every Member of Jf ther ever wcrj an era in which the Public looked with and with honest confidence to this it is surely the when we are called upon to decide a in which every one need not be ashamed to acknowledge a bias towards the object of and in which every one who condemns that object can not but feel that he inflicts a where no I ata in this but what would wish that no painful sensation should ever in this stage of tha I may probably appear to some if I cheerfully and unnecessarily came forward as a kind of volunteer in tiie vurequired and But if there be any ontf jn this Housewho has given this subject a more than common wh5 has painfully drudged through the voluminous aud who was originally very that it should have been brought forward at it is andlamsure many Gentlemen who hear me will do me the full justice by confirm ing this J was very averse that this inquiry should be gone into in themanner ig which it has been for I 1 still that infinitely more mischief may result from the probable termination of this un happy than vill counteivweigh against any truui rediscovery aud punishment of the alleged I not the to throw the broad shield of flattery aud vilitv over any corrupt practices in public it ia my avowed opiiiism that such rupt practices in such men should be branded with greater infamy in proportion to their greater ations are that Allovv even that their teroptt but you nnjst their oblifialions are greater that their raoraj restraints are more numerous and of greater therefore that their offences are I can alLoif thaf the rank the be it ever so iim persanaUy the
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