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   Day (Newspaper) - March 17, 1809, London, Middlesex                                EVERY AT MARCH PIMCE 0 MR SMITHS p Monday March a Variety of En paiticuiarly hy iji tlic who will I lie Body of a Hackney 1 uv i Tii Also by and 1st Two perform on SLACK UOPE il and like rn Farther particulars in fnture uf Strand Places for the Boxes may be n t SOCIETY of PA 1 he AMiuverKaiy Festival of this Cha lilintid at tlic Freemasons Great on the l7tli i N ie the llnrqnit of itc Lord Sir i Joseph to lie had of the Stewards of Colleije of of tlit Sfcretarv and at tile Bar of the Tavern i uv i the Tinlc at Half past Five in AID of the SPA NISH Advertised 13 8 ADDITION A i Paviil Srott and the Ilarlcy pT Bidiiulph and the Parish Church ofllfra on tinFast per Leo il Glyn aud per f Bfckwell per and 50 0 21 13 O Chtltculiam Mnyorof prr the uhl Him tlic JLxiid Corps of by Captain Thomas i intoon and now i iiiiiwl tiy Richard Housrh via Captain KinR 25 0 O jiu Aitim 5 J Mauuiag Sutton 1 2 9 iKaiu i a 9 i two Houutcil 3 6 12 0 10 in an a Genteel uith a rood Garden be a with Six OTTAQE ORNEE1 with Let on for ai of distance from town six miles Cards artdrcfisv apply to Great Extensive in the front of TO and Manufacturers a large Plot of To be dtarrably lituate opposite Church comprising a Jargc with tcmliiig tothe wctending to and Laving the ad vantage of a very wide frontage in For particulars apply at Genteel COUNTRY RESI DENCE deliijlitfully sitiinte in the County of about seven miles from in the centre of u genteel and romantic ncijWkmrhood the house contauisiiumerouli rooms furnished in and modern large fowl he by tickets with further may be had of the Cmlotrywiebes to meet with the Lincixdraprry or Manchester The sa fipm hit employer will he Direct Letters to at tlic WANTED a HOUSE with a ia a Towji or a few miles distant from Lon with roomy back by letter poet stating if will be attend White Red a respectable practical cboiit 300 acres of with a Dwvllinglrouse und the usual it would be on the western side of from 10 to ao milrs addressed will he attended 50 0 0 to an Auctioneer and Ap a person of and good con either or Active Partner with an Auc tioneer well iu the City in cither case it hnist person that perfectly understands the business in nil its hy post addressed for SALES B Y PRIVATE rtOUSE GentceTy with jmd two stall at Vm the the LEASE of one of tie jDfdest respect able iu the heart of in pals alone to apply to Kingshead YOUNG THE RoomySHOPS in LAMBETHv situate la f very ponuleus Neighbour hooL May bo opened itr any feipfetUbte quire of be Sold clieapi avery elegau RlARBLE to feet iu height riobellbhed with allegorical a with Bronge seen dt Cltve O in the be disposed with tarly the Lease ofa roomy and most couvciiiMit situate in the preferable part of tfie and which has been lately improved and repaired at a veiy considerable at be a capital Black tLirtcBrt one inch free frouitvcry vice or blmnish and a fast trotter war rnnled sound ouUl be acquisition to cuy person wanting a A reasonable trial if apply COUNTRY HOUSEirTlie LEASE to be sold of ugeiiteel Miles fixm containing good hatyl some two large coal and beer and pavei in excellent and pleasantly situ to Mr Richard removint to Royal Exchange ilcmlrcdend Six ditto 10 nttaelieii to the Corps Drought CANDLES manufactured and with WAXED have decided over Uiose the The tallow being melted with steiunis greatly its quality and and the by bein coated with emit a hriirliterflame witii no and are more durable JIauufaetureil onl by the Candle and Soap and for tlic couveuicnce of of and Twelve Dozen at autJ Ae this Company only deliver goods for ready Country Correspondents are requested to send references payment in London with theii Kuiiard 5 13 4 11 l 19 5 13 inhscii tions are received at 87 10 6 1 9 the Mansion at v f Bud all in Ixtiidon ptions are ready forIjubscnbers and others ill of I wihhes to exchange Brewery SL fcr Eagle The said m u 111 a flourishing and promises to be equal iu Subscription Brewery in For fiirtlnr pimculars apply by to near BY the lamented Resignation of JOHN Surgeon to this occa iuntd liy the great increase of his Private the otncc of Surgeon is become An Election of a uneon nil take plice by at the on the l Hh day of April conimencc at II and close at 3 Gentlemen who Uiiiul becoming Candidates most give notice of their and produce their Testimonials to the Commit ttat the Tuesday ths 28th at 7 oclock WEST INDIA COURT of DIRECTORS of the WEST INDIA DOCK COMPANY hereby that on tlic 21th day jof the Gnu Mousing to the Company a the Isle of Dogs will to thehighest bidder for one year from the 5th April Tenders scaled to addrcisod tu ou or before twelve oclock of the said day of and Tender for Grass Ey Order of the Court of THOMAS West India Dock K1 March 1909 f V The Laud may be by applying to MOT tbe Companys nt POR Thirteen have opposed the plan of whitening with mnrintic acid and for thelast cijht they have kept open in for the ex clusive Sale of and o be had iu this country at their near leading to No article sold but Irish and not less than a piece of lis One piece at and ho Abatement Each piece is warranted as to and to he bleached on the and the money cturned if n fault v Orders executed Cash as usual for Bank of Ireland Atfent to tbe is their only House iu Kingslaud and By THE LEASE of TV genteel in perfect the immediaterCeeptlqri of a respectable walled and twostall be viewed with wiih further may bie hadof By ALE ASE for a neat DWELL JNGIIOIISEJ replete with cponvenience in perfect stable and with trained and stan dardfruit at command ing with and suitablefar the immediate occu jiation of small genteel be viewed between the hours J1 and with Tickets with may be had of BRITISH HOUSE OF Campbells Divorce went a in which the Bastardising Clause was and the ordered To bt The other Bills on tlie table were forwarded in their respective The Exchequer Bills Funding Bill wasiirought up from read a and Ordered tor the se cond reading The Mutiny Bill passed through a and the Reporf ordvtd to be received CAMPAIGN JN Lord GREY for the purpose of giving no tice ofa Motion respecting the conduct bi campaign in it impor tant to the full discasijon of tbat should be every docutnynt in the posfsewion of his Majestys relative to tuat laid before the in addition to the copies of instructions and dispatches to the Officers on that already on the table he should ub stain from bringing forward queitionj until uftef the Easter in order afford suHi cienttime for the production ofsiich TO the new and beautiful the dress fashionable tuwn prints only 90 coloured imislih 70 splendid evening worth 300 iich Brussels per 4tio good cambric per yard 250 vury and 140 the finest loo India jaconnots lor per yard and 90 extra 3s 130 French cambrics from to 3 juineaa the piece and go 260 real Madras long per a bargain 700 da iiiaek and diaper table cloths at little more than and 400 of the cheapest counterpanes in the kingdom Vith Irish strikingly cheap at near the Pano If will be particularlynecessary to observe the iistae and TO and requiring a public andimmediate pos be disposed the relapiniqg term of a years nrc ujiexpired roomy newbuilt Dwelling House lUuT in one of the public the City of tcjmtoaThe apnrf meuts and gentccly fitted famished with every and fixtures to be For information inquire of HAMMERSMITH good FAMILY HOUSE in with Coacb houss to be LET or and may be en tered upon immcdiatelywitliout any The Pre mises contain VitcliCMj dining and drawingrooms live bedrooms anil thrce stal detached garden down to the with numerous other be viewed with Tick ets which may be had of near tile Premises arid of Upholsterer and a MEETING of the Inhabitants and hers interested in the Enlargement and ruiprove uf he above held at the Rain West the l6th March JAMES in tbe Thanks of this Meeting be Riven 1 Aiuirman Uarrcy Christiaa John and WlUam by voting for the enlargement the preset Mar the interests of theCity of i provwl themselves of the high confidence re it That the of this Meeting be to wl for the active and zealousjpart be sustained uDua of the qncshbn agitated in the Comrt Common Council respvctmg thr of Uhe Viae Market and also to the other Membersofthat ivho ej ably sojported hija on inch thev not oulv cvnwed a proper rftgwd ana attenobn accommodation of the bora stronff attacbT io the anil and sueeessfolfy thi iutcrests and weir That theThanks of this Meetingbe given to theRfteeif tuuiconCouncilmen of the Ward of Farringrfon Itwut m the same for Aeir rtrict attention TU the wirhes of their tbe tn That the Thanks of this Meeting be riven to tBe Cliannan forhii impartial conduct upon the whole ol LOTTERY for consisting of only Beginn Diawing tBe 12th of TICKETS and SHARES are selling by and Co at their Lottery under the Royal Ex and no where else iu London on The Scheme contains four Prizes of with the usual Nnmber of other in addition to the First drawn Prizeelwve the firrt will be entitled to One Whole and the Firstdrawn Prize above the Second will be entitled to Bve in Pro These Tickets will be deposited at the previous to the and delivered to the fortunate tors at thfi close Letters and and Sonth Sea their severe India Exchequer and all kind mid sold A Newly created FAMILY with Six Acres of situated on a gentle commanding rich and picturesque The premises on the principal 24 by 17 25 by 17 breakfastparlour aud gentle each 17 feet Oil are with three smaller There are also three servants apart communicating to tfie stair but distinct from the principal chamber ofticcs are apprepriate and conve with coaohhousej stabling for four jdrying garden nndshrnb laid and furnished with plants of the best landuiny bohad if and part the purchaseuioriey Tickets vievr the and further at Royal Old between 10 aod of Govern CORKHILU TB1SH the Attention Public o to the Scheme of the ensuing 1Kb con tains the stone number PHzes as bntwithW Additional by the Capital Nice Miles from By THE Valuable LEASE and GOQDWILL of an Old Established togetherwith 23 acres of desirably and very advantageously situate about 9 miles from London thepremises comprise a substan tial brick dwellinghouse aiiq contains 11 good bedcham large dining two and beer large lofjs and catered shed A detached Tap containing eight bar largegardea very laid bnt with abundance of choice sbrabs and excellent froit trvcs Vldtc5jcii garden weltBtocked nearthe B3 Jineadow and pastute The the premises ore in Very comphite TTrerhonsehold in be a fair Particulars jnay be known by aad Ap The information which he conceived the was most in want wu5 that contained in the official communications which between his Majestys Government and the Juntas There was one pointin which he wished to receive seme from the Nolife Secretary of whether there was any truth in the report had gone iutimatnig that it had been wish of the Spanish that1 a part of the British Troops should be landed in ajiy part of other than Upon this point he understood a communication had taken place between Frerei bur Minister in aad Sir John while at which he thought of the highest importance to be Under the persuasion that his Majestys Ministers would lay before the House the fallest information pos sible on this he should not press his Motion until after the The Earl of LIVEIIPOOL asserted the declara tion before made by his Majestys that they were anxious for the fullest discussion of this important in order that might set themselves right with the House and the Country on their conduct on Spanish As a preliminary stop they had laid before the House communications received ty his MajestysGovernment from the Commanders of tfie British armies in in which he trusted tlie Noble Lord would find every necessary information for the purpose of his intended With respect to the question put to him by the Neblu he could give no other than that he knew of no such wish having been expressed by the Spanish and therefore tliat the Noble information could not have been Tlie commuuicatiori stated to have passed Ftere and Sir John he believed to have been only private v hich did not refer to any public transact he that such a note could not tend at all to elucidate doubts which might arise on this branch of the He concluded by solemnly pledg ing himself to meet this whensoever it should be brought with the fullest and most satisfactory Earl OBEY shortly that he felt the greatest satisfaction at the pledge made by the Noble Secretary of and he trusted the House would have no reason tp be discontented with the explanation which should be given upon a which seemed at first sight to attach so much blame to the conduct of some persons or He could not Lat be surprised at the title given by the Noble Secretary to the com munication that passed between Mr Frere and Sir John which he was pleased to call he any communi cation which took place between those officers upon the s object of the transactions in could not be any other than and unjess the information contained in the papers ou the table on be found full and sufficient for his he should move for the productions of that private communication pre paratory to the Motion heintended to bring for Lord DABNLEYj having formerly expressed similar intention to that of Lord to bring forward a Motion for the production of the correspondence between Frere and Sir John that he intended persevere in that Should the information upon the questionof Spanish contained in the papers 60 the table be defined PORTUGUESE nipved fqrthe pro whfch mayentitte thfrfbrruinte an and trvcafcolaWe The useful Invention is entirely rbf the Prite above Whole all w well for Navyy and Travellers who arc bblicedto wear eitbor a WeleU fnira their nuhandsome at avrkward are under the necessity of when alighting from the Thfi Travellers Hair Cap flow the attention of ductwn of a by the Secretary of to Sir Hew Efalrymple For T t relative to the formation ojfthe He commented OB the iniportance of those pa trustedthatthe Noble Secretary of State1 could start no objection to their being bfoujght The EARL of thought it to oppose the TiiejPaperg in could nof be produped cverv comfbrt of the with the appearance tif a t f f If to ariaw er the plepl prove that hHi wrong creating the tits perfectly close witbtrat iny sort of ahcf cannot he put buf of The Hair the MrtrtCs PewJie to their Royal Duke of to the t riceOne Guinea vtntftge of hwy will benefit from isnd incoave befound f would not been in He would and he thought the declara wouldsatisfy Noble that Minis ters took upon themselves the responsibility of Sir HeyDalrymple bebranaedwith the blame attacUed to as he Tiad aited in cpnsequence of instfuctic whicfi hai Sent the formation oi thetlegency is andthe consequences which it ha3 to be attributed to Ministers theiitentlon the to accuse them of misconduct or he certainly grounds for His Motion though Papers had beeu laid before SIDMOUTH snpported the of his Motile and production of he papers of the the parts which might be safely Woujd probably answer he same eud as the whole of and not be liable to the objections agaiiist thi Lord HAHROWBY considered the extracts un as they could afford no other mation than the n consequence of the Noble Secretarys ac The Motion was supported br Earl ord and Lord UOSSLYN and op josedby Lord After a short reply fioTii Lord lie N qutstiou and HOlSE OF MARCH prcsintcda IPetitiOn trora the Priatmers ctni linpilin the Maraheisca Prisuu in for se tolie Off the The Secretary of Hospital prefcetfd a Copy jf the Supplemental ChartQof that a Us on thtf A Bill to allow the Importation of Tobacco into Great Jritain froiii ef the world was reatl a tirst ordered to be read a thirdtime The Bermuda Spirit Bill wen read a third aud The Report ofthe Eill anil ordered to be comniitteci The Newfoundland Judicature Cill was the cport ordered to be received The Jamaica Free Port Bill wus and the Report oiilcitd to be received The North Aniericnn Fishery Dill vras also cixercd to e On the Motion of coiisiueratten of br Irish Spirit postponed till A Message fcom the Lords announced that lips had ngrcfil to the Bounty the Stolen liiu Jlwrder the Sugar Drawback and the lu emuity Lcijh and Leyccster obtained leave of ab ence to go to the The Cape of Good Hope Intcrcojisp BD was read hird tinic and Sir ARTHUR postponed the further ideratiun of the Irish Militia Knistment Hill to Tnurs lay next As he understood there prevailed some dincr ence oiopinion on the the interval wuiild ulicvl an opportunity of tiiniins the Bill in tLen ami he hoped they would thtu be prepnred to ga nto tire discussion of After a few words from Sir JOHN CA v AiiTiicn iu the leport on the liill was ordered tu i J taken into conside ration on The the the Expiring perpetual were rrad agrteil Tie Report of the Iuty Lillwas brought and the otthe were agreed HusKlssoy brought in a LU1 to auied Lanu tax Comniisaiousi3 rliich was a iirst ordered to be reada second time that tlicro be laid before tli2 Iouse an Account the Bauk pcst the Back iu circulattoii frcrm the 1st the 1st ttf spcci ying the Amount of Sotes ioied under te nmuuat of an Account of the aud Bil ssued from the Bank of Jrelaud iu the same be Member also moved for 211 Account of the Property of Foreigners iu the exempted from the Property to be laid upou the ROYAL MARINE The Order of the Diy on the Htport of the Royal Marine Mutiny Bill being ROBERT WARD that in consequence of what had fallen from an Baronet Sir Charles on a preceding he con ceived it his duty to that there was no in tention of increasing the appointments of the Pay Captains of the Royal he fullest had been thought suffi A mistake had arisen as to the nature of he service of those They were old Officers who had not had the fortune to rise ligher in the service but they were never called upon to do duty they only did duty on shore at and assisted at courts when a of other Of icers could not be Itwas a mistaken lotion to suppose that Pay Captains had any thing to do with Marine That valuable corps amounted to not one sixth of the corps wasunder the managementof Pay It was a misconception on he part of the Baronet to suppose that one days pay of the Marines was stopped for the jeuefit of Chelsea There was page of one days pay for the benefit of Green wich but that was perfectly as the Royal Marines participated in the benefits of Greenwich Hospital equal to the Seamen of the One days pay a poundage of rive per cent was stopped from the which went Army Compassionate Fund for the benefit of the widows and orphans of as the widows and orphans Marine Officers partook oi this coiilu be no hardship their con tributing to Sir CHARLES POLE thought the Gentle man underratedthesenices of the Pay Cap Their trouble was very They had to keep a ledger account with every man and boy in the It would occasion a very incon siderable expense the if an addition was made to their aud he hoped the stron claims of this class of men would He did not mean to ob ject to the Bill going to a but he glad to the he had thrown out attended ROBERT said a few m ex CALCRAFT was of that it would be better ifa separate fund cstablshed for the orphans of Marine Officers and thought the appointments of the Pay Officers WslisSS6 the families of oppageof one days pay which went to the of Marine made BO con   

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