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   Day (Newspaper) - March 13, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PIIffclSflED EVERYMORNING AT PRICE SOCIETY1 PA Festival of this Cha ijimiMoiis Grcat on the 7Vh Lord i ir j j Lee JoAplt of tlie Stewards of Coiit of War at tliv Hir of the I i Ii N R ATT 1jve INDIA Ki of DIRECTORS of the DOCK COMPANY hcrchy stive of the Grass Hi tlio Isle of will ititt er Cor one year lrtin Hie Tenders to he addufSi 1 in turlve oclock ot the said Tender foi Grafes ul TUUMAS MARSH March bt by to Mor at TOSTT on between Stoaucstrect arid MiucingIaHej by to wlioiii the property is really an object of serious im in and five or sixOne Pound in hRed Leather tvcrwill leave tlitsame at tiieBar of m Londoft Coflce will receive 10 Guineas Payment of the notes will be aud no greater ollrrid SALES BY PRIVATE LONDON and ic TO be Soldv in the Barnsky and Atlas Aui aud West India Pock to Near TO be or a most desirable and cheerful fiited up with every con venience for a jentcel has liecn occupied by the proprietor cisht who is rctirinc into the country bu account of health part of the modern and elegant furuiturtv may be taken at a inquire of 3 lu A joint BOND of a Gentleman awl his JJ who arc inttuled Estate in abjjve per xnnuiiL erson denirous ofmaking more than five iV of his has an opportunity without the east risk to do as the satisfctury vill he by addressed o at Genteel COUNTRY RES1 DENCK situate in ilic County of about seven miles from in the centre of a fented ruiiiuutic the home cohtainsiiiunerons rooms furnished in a iiml modem large fowl be viewed by ticktU uiili VicLhd of TO be three or a very RliSfoENCE completely with twentythree acres ofinctidow tithe a tirantifnl uud spurtinc part of the comity of Surrey onmile six from fimr from and nineteen troiii The fiouse is seated on a and conVaiiis ample accdmhiodation tor a faniily of withdoulileroaeh hnuscl stable pleasure and Immediate possession may be Principals may receive aiiil further mi application to Wiiistanlcy and i Vouu5f who to the ending to the in the vi n in a respectable is Milling to ii6 liisuf ins ajid Ciin Ifare an un to iiiuiie of J7 i by a Family of the ior ortlrree l a good siz d completely and consist of three or four Uut the Western RoadivouW post to will be attended lIKEGlARi i effectual the wlich codti out of tlie ladies or children playing with the liie siniit benefitof Tliis ail the inudTri improvements for mJV he sfvtu rit and al hre i III UY ritunis his iriost respectful to hU tno PulilHin for on through their Ui aull as HaV first and tliirtl iTuiIiopc iiv Ilieussistaute of his esorliou or nimstlf and after the sbk tilt his pint their favors advanced proptrty iuteud T fair for tlic i M KiCHIVlON L rtsptcltuilybcgs n turn his iiunt hct rtceividfioin his nniuerois suite his remnval to Coiiiirs years and upwards ia i the irst who commenced it a an will him a ctiuli he has hitherto so liberally ex 11 of the va 1 hv piilillc W sale gentlemen of i orejqKjrtatiuUjand i ai t appertaining thereto executed Crutciicd ilKi iTHOUT Drawius 12lU WHOLE TICKETS Prize rdiove aud FIVE HOLE TICKETS for lie Firstdrawn i on tin in addition to t i List ulCapitals iPrizes SOU iii peat are on Sale at wkere were recently sold in i InCouMtiy post paid coUtaimng Bank ov Billsof short treated Sf ATE LOTTERV APRIL SCHEME cjntuins with i Tickets tlie and a Tirkitstht Sccoud Jur i Lut nil Tie Licenscdliotlcrj Tb corucr o so grrat main TniMirtirly in Chiacto anl Grecian lie ore iI fcta tiiilKiarfiaiuis i eoUini can lie iy arlicie ia tLe white t Jiaurs serve1 on HrstKate Spirit 0 lw aud the LEASE of a substantial old established uud Spirit i the IJetail desirably situate intlic centre ofbn in the pKieiahle paxt of theCity qf London the remises are in complete and held at a moWrUte nt returns forspirits and compounds r but may be much improved by introducing the 5oj ler which the premises are well adapted and ituntcd The fenthe viltrcqnirc of which a respectable irrKDnmay Inarcominorlatal Particulars uvl diruclious may be hail of Burton and Bricklane THE TRUSTEES for rebuilding the Court Htilrse Butter ofthe town of in the cotrnty of give notice that persona desirous of foe buUdhig the Butter Market rlpnsc of the saiil may dJeTiver proposals scfelednp it tTte office of Pciifolcl af ly 10 oclock on oOIaricli which titite nflTicwl be and tliey mutst attend a meet nicpf the Jungs 1C oclock at nuon of the same and beprepared with tltr names of two as sureties for rtie performance of rliE corrtfacts iftluir tenders slioulrt Plans ad specificntions may he seen in mean Inao plying to or the surveyor at l renew his invi tnjions to trie XoLility iiritl to the in criOn of his muchapprpved liningtables on in which are combined the pjnlities of and and forms with dociHty every frhm the domestic tete d tctc to ut mofLt English alxrays nrtd iitver occiipyinj moreroom than table in The very general approbation they have met enables him to speak with To be had only at his Manufac fJleit Cofciitganloiijopposite Also draperies afld article in the above brattchrs of the and CANDVES and with have decided advariliiges over thoe iiraiTe in tallow belli niclteil wilirslearii is really improved in its quality anil the with emit a iiHithttr dame1 with uo and are more durable than mly hy the Candle and Soap for tht convenience in Bows of Twelve Dozen rtt As this Company only deliver goods for ready onntry Correspornlents are requested to send references for payment in London THE SPIRIT OF ENGLISH WITwlND POST CHAISE This Day was in 1 small on a fine writing aiiJ einljcllisTicd with a fine Caricature price in extriv SPIRIT of ENGLISH WIT being JL an entertaining budget pf JaughalJlc Smart prize pointed humour ous droll sprightly sin gular bursts of curious advertise flights of efcnons of Inclurlins BCxeral orictna Jeu I do holrl that the fundy of wit ajidmcrrinicnt are not yet that wiags of fancy are iiot yet ilnd that our ancestors have not said aud sung all our good x RfCOnVmifuiatiiin in favour of tnis popular wcrk We have perustd this voltiine with corisidejablc plea It coirtains a choice of the good things and may be recommended as the best volume Published hy Thomas Cheapsidc an niav be Hail of all booksellers and dealers in SUPERIOR At Corner of GK EAT TURSSTILE HAS satisfiuiion in being able to an nounce to the he after iucurrinp considerable cxpencc in the employ of the hit and aiditl by local A SPLnNBlD ASSEMBLACUl OF TOWN PRINTED FCRNITURES Of and lor their inpecticj and which are peculiarly ctiapted to the present mode of it every of the most and arid pafterus from the Pa 5 autl of Taste and displays nil vaiiity of rich Damask Printed ii Blue CiJotc and Rpya and i r uud By THE Lease of a most in complete suitable for the residence of u sin Mtvn of or small and two two rincipal and a aud thiee xccllent butlers The appropiiate fnnnlnre will be tic To be vitwed on Tuesdays and Thursdays between lours of 12 anil with further may hebadof Mr Bivakfcsi with Boirlers Medallions for Chcir Scattij to and an of of rast colonjs ainl anil Kcnevmcrcs ami for the varitc pinposes of olejant tceabove to the insppctioii o caniirtfnt tho suprriorqiifthlr hi iucdsjancl tie very low price he is BS Proprietor to hopes lit sliall a continuance of that u been his A fiish of Patterns from ihe may be siren tviry nod at hi bore ixiVrrta 1 are also A ieDteel Arith By fi THE Sixiy Years of are nn of FAMILY pleasantly a distance ut bout niiles from and contams S a draw feet a nunii i1 cunvtnieut anil other requisite otiKsttc Fiutlier and Tickets to the may be bad of Ale and Table Beer THE LEASE of an established ALE and TABLE BEER centrically sithate iii a principal street at tlie westend Tin pVe nises are iu complete rcpniv extrtlhclv loiv itteil up with every requisite coineyaucetofacilrtatebu a most respectable ofXrUich is to his wliiclijaifcis the most prospect of ucciss to auy butinclined to cmliark a smiilt capital he Part of the purchase on approved and a Brewer of ibany years eSpeiienee Quid undertake the nranajemeiit if from principals tpayhe an application to Richmond o Crutched By WIKSTANIifiYaud pHE very Valuable BRigWEKVab6v t situated Va completed intlie year datiyintheUiiitcd adequate to the brevrtiig of fioin IB rels of porter anminlly supplied Wfth akinexhaustible fell within itsown wullsi isryshiieriorevtBi to that of tlie bitildings and aire of tlic best description the plant entirely andcon on tlic latest improvements the works nrefirei in an uncomnion degree bya steaiiiengirieof 20J librse power there waltlJins that willcrmtairinenr ijoaitcrs four with capital Uvtcli ftones androllersy caia cious by with iglaiye tlrit ciititaln supported of filr boo butts a very sjjaeions by folding gates for 1 roomsami lofts countinj and piiici tiijfrtUcf vritli a space of gronnu nail adapted either for a separate or ronveitible into an excellent with Five and and some hack Premises all which are leasehold for fji Several valuable arc attaclied to the wilhTickets fur will be given to Pi inCipals on any moritiug before to aud wliere correct plans of the may be and the inspected at IViltsliuV1 arid Boltous Old TO BE TJUIISUANT to a Decree of the Ilili Court l of Chancciy made iu a cause BfRToS agaiust middleif beforerfo one of the Masters of the said at the Public SalcRoom of the said situate in inse veral distinct several Leasehold situnte in Wapping aad hi jfitl aud iu the city ol Particulars may be had gratis at the said in Southamptonbuildings aforesaid ol Jeuuings in and of Fletcher and Soli in CURIOUS PRIZE 700 at per Dozen 4o of cigtt years in at per Dozen lOpoDozw of French at 54 a Wine possessing all the fulloes3 dnd old Por tujcal with the rlivour of Claret 2jY Dozen of Dry German AVhltK resembling at of excellent 400 Dozen of yuan Su at per Do bottlesto he to Army aail Prize JSyent PROPRIETY of PERSONAL EAUTYand Health cannot be more tially promoted thanby attending to the proseiva tionqf the TOOTH POW having received Ihe approbatiojj of the first and a generous by an extensive consijiuptiOii for a scries of as well as the attrsta tion of its supeiior excellence from the analysis of its component parts by tlie most distinguished medical cha who Kttve pronounced it tlie Tooth known to inercarc the beauty ot tin and promote the durability of the ToothT Uhicb in conseqaeuce of its advaijtafjes been honoured with patronage of tlti and the various iltustrions bmifches of Hi Royal in tue IniUti Newtons Tooth is an astringent and aatiscor butic a delicate extremely gratrful ti tht and pleasant in its use in to those fthi apply it is u eCTtain pieveatstive l pain ov dccjjyo the to the latest period of It cuiiliiraes to be faithfully prepared Uy Tvfewtor only at his Int ijf GSeat from the sreiiuhie le Cipe of tbelate Sir Richard Phyticiaa Ma and sold cxnortn by Shaw aud Paul whom he has empowered to nihke a libcra alloriace to his foxn and Country Merchants CoxtlJas and Atwtons lat arid byevery Perfumer and ia tlis Kissf ia at MAnCM Jut i Thomas Cliallrmcr he by y vice 5ti th21t to be of a i ho Kegiiaent of aswich to be ay vice luth LieutCinnt De to h ahi of a iirc vlcccascd Ciiiict fi tzclaiiViCQ To l ire De Utii Henry Andrews to uc Licuti y vice liUi to lie u vica Badcin isiil alter to ineii lice to 1st Captain truij tht to uf a vice Jt Kririmeiit of be uf itliuui pun ire promoted the Staif in the 15th to be vico ho exchanges Gcoijc Ilawkinj tu be by vice ilcmlriuh Knsijn Stavely to be vice dcceaied j Julm to be ice nth Lieutenant Charles Traps to be Captain ol vice deceased John iiot to be viee Uth Smith to Le Daptaiii of a ompanyj without promoted ui ie Staff in Portugul EnsignDavjd Bljth lobe Liesite vicp iimitfi Tlioiuas io be Ki vice 14ti Eitficrn Thomas ta be Licufe pitichase to be vice 15th Knsijn Thomas the 1st to be vie Lieutenant John lloesj to he Captain of a by who retires Enfirn Bainbrijge to be by vice who iftli Ensign William Keary tu be ice JSnmij i7th Lieutenant Jolur to be Captain f a without vice promoted ri the Startin Portugal Ensign George Prttt lo be Lieu nttntj 26th Lieutenant Charles CadJell to bo Captain f a by vice wlia retires Alexander fioro Halt Pay ofthe 24th to repaying the vice Vardy who cxclianges QuarterMasteriSeijeant Richard ueyjioUls to be vice Hili 34tit Ensign John Hay to be with vice 42d to be vice dccased Alpin to be ice 43d Lieutenant Robert to be Capi ajnofa vice ap lOmtpd lo the lltn lloyal Veteran Battaliouj LieuteiiaHt oseph tobe Captain of a vice deceased Pattensont6 be Lien vice Volunteer Lalor o wilbont vice Oglaiider promoted ti be vice Patttusoa William Junes to fee vice 48th AssistantSurgeon James from tjie tobe vice appointed W tlie atb Royal Veterirn Captain tlie Vwfr India to be Captain of a vice who 54th W from the ISth to be vice 55th LicutcnuMil Petir AusjMus to of a1 Coiiipaliy Uy vice rlfo AssistantSurgeon from JiiftpSyof tbebth West be Assistant iurgeoiu appointed to the 57th Foot filst Brevet Jliijor Henry Francis Orpen to be without vice Coxy promoted on thu Staff il 6s Ensign John fvoro the s6h to be EuBign vice appoint ed to the 25tii Lijht SQtli Peter Brown to be by vice retucs William be vite Captain Chuvles CoUier to be Major by who 3d Lieutenant from the gjtli to be of a wit heat vice Goriioii 83d Macdocell to be Licu vice George deceased Captain lidwiiid Couyeis to be viceMacdoiicll tieuteuant Tbomas Cvnche toho Captain of a vice Conyuri Eusigu Robert Cuitis to be S7th Licnteuant William Slade Gully to beCap fain of a by vice who retires 21st David Mlntyre to be Captain of a by vice promoted LV sign OiiiHrnd to be MTntj re tValter to be vice Onnijroc Duncan to be SVeuiid Lieu without vice Sd West India lieutenant John Sihutdde to be viie 3d Guptain Richard from the 50lh to be Captain of vice who exchanges Royal York Lientenauf Robert ironi the 8Sth to bo Meuroni Eusigu Charles Zelmpfcnuin le vice without Royal Waggon Tlioiiias ta be without vicp promoted Sliij drtich Gent to be vice pro 11th Royal George fixim the 43d to bo Captain of af vice apuoiuted to Uth BANKnVPTCY iijiruiii uf shipow cflT Gifford vice appoint George QuarteiMatttr Gcncial to the Forces in to b Colonel in of the flint to to tlie vice Sir Jaliies VVarde tioiii the 4th K in tbc being appointed to srtve uriier Lieutenantiieucral Bivcstinl upon a particu lat Seiyice in vice whoso Appointment has not taken j John to be an As sistant Commissary of to the bcDcputy Inspectors of Ho3x Deputy Roseph Jarncx To Ue tg tke David frpm Half of tbe 63d Footj who was as stated in the Gazette of the I7th of January is reinstated iu Officers ari lcirig without Hollami and tlie FcfGt Lieu olthe 1st West William Ganiham JJromNy and Robert SGI of Bi draleis and to stiu anil April at Hrnry lute of the March and April at at Guiluball Attoi Thomas t dealer Ajiril j aid and at ut the White llaxti rs and London anfi Robert of and April at at the Bpaufovt Hcr bert Moiimoutli iiud John Rsd Henry of dealer and March and April at elevenj attSiB John iirojgli and Jiinns and RicLard uiiii dealer aud and Apri a the White Brooiue tJ Bunjmnin Maicb and April at at Healcys Sheffield acd Peter of cotton denier and April and aV at the Red Attor Hugh Preston and Bur Wclfd of glass March and April at at Guild Richard of cheese deafer anT March April and at at of Warwick v John tf Oxfordstreet dealer and March April and at at Attonr Batchelloiand Ser cantsInnjTleetstrtf Edwaid of dealer and March l and Apvil at Guild Attomies Neeld and John of dealer and March and April at at the and Londou or to Messrs in John Charles dealer and Majch and April at at v John of Jlarch and April at at Guild New Bridge Peter of dealeraud Marcii at James of cv sler and chap March and April at at Mr Child Richard of in the Paiish of in the ikalu anil March and April 1 at at and April Thomas of at at the Norfolk April Samuel of at al Guild April Thomas Enot of Grrnt Tnnity at April George Baillic and John late of at at April John of Oi at at March John of winemer at March James Somer of at at Guild lialli April William of at at the Commercial Plymouth April Joseph of at ele at the Old King April John of at at the Bell Suffolk April David of Grfat at at April Charles of G at at the Swan Tcwies ApnrL Thomas of Joseph of William of Henry Mereeiand Ju Forshaw of PeteiLe Nor iiiaud anil Mary Heury ofthe soap of V Nicholas latg of PARTNERSHIPS George Bayly acd IJiclurd wlieelwrigbts Marmaduke Abraham and Thomas of Rd London John Rose aud Jacoh of Thomas Julm and Ed ward of cbeinifts and Ro bert and of Bifidporfynct and twine James William Bircljall and James of William auI Joliu and John U Mortoa and ilathcw of Ilohcif uv of Little John WliitSeld and Etis if Hiirgate Cotton crs Samuel and cf sugar John JamtR William and George uf woollenmerchants Thomas Arasworth and Ricliard of and Peter Bir of Charles qud Nebnzard of Wil liam James Daniel Lancas aud April Woodgat of iii General wiio now lives on his estite Vn is writing a History ofthe Campaign of 130O aul He attributes the diaasters of that in a piticipal to the of theoriiirr German cue Ptilitiijue d surdie Deiitachtn ClirouU le of the ixave btensuppressed by ordtrs of thf Irencil in of thtir liavuig riieatiotud by us soiue cf extensive Jcreiiioua uhice amongst of the federation iii Le   

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