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Day (Newspaper) - March 22, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MOKN1NQ AT SIX i MARCH PRICE of the and Friends of this Institution willbs et London on the Mtb v rli I 6d to be hadat the Bar of the of the Directors tbe Great or v No Crntcbed i on ulile at Four To MASTER MEETING of the Muster Cwr Loiuion and its vicinity will be Ucld ll TMundsy at Four oclockin the riLio to take into consideration an nppli nveial journeymen fjr un advance in cer on HOUSE and well adapted at poN be or to be of an unusually convenient i in complete poeression from its contigaity to af lJ lie prculiarty eligiblefor B Gentlwnad ntteudmnce in the i and Tickets to apply to Kohin Coruliili Strand SAMUEL handsomely a for a few or a lunger parttcolarly pleasant and com of the fit for the immediate rccep xftalc further and apply Samuel Auc near the for Six or Eight on the i of the River not five Fttrnislicd Coaclt aid for a respectable Pirlirnlimto Conihill to i for a term of an Unfurnished Dwel Miitably to a middling sized family of rcspcc fujd und with or i The must be and the frfn London not than or more than miss with particulars to i Charing Ko Assntaaicc Murcii 11 bv Royal to the Rcijn of George tR30XS wiiose Anntfal Premiums fall tiuos thcflith are iift LOW ready to be delivered at tie Companys tvutbtftoyol Exchange and iu PaliMall loci rcspecthre ageois ic the tereral countien ite jiiruts inured rfjutsted to fot tbe rc of oa or bdojrt the gtb of April rltwud fifteen days allowed for bc thv 6ic of each then SAMUEL b daily at the said for and in or while from do trc and also fur I he ajsurauce and f i ire policies will lie Usued free of expense to where the annual premium w or alums of per on farming is to per existing iiiswnnccs covering iiicily will be reduced as become upnii to ilie or tlie aijcnt through whom the Tir I 1 IS Sl ATE LOTTERY for consisting of only Diawlug the 12th of vKTS aud SHARES are selling by anil at i Liitiiry under the Royal i il nu wliire else in London on their me cunlains four Prizes of with i of other in addition to Prize alKJve on the first Tiiousaud Whole the iliove on the Second will be i Hnndied Whole Shares in Pro be deposited at the previous aud litlivered to the fortunate Proprie i liosp duly and Schemes and Sonth Sea with their several Exchequer and all bought sold by Ii l nnd SH wilieits the Attention ottlie Public tin1 SchiMneof the ensuing which con iunner of PrirPs and Tickets as thr in Bonus sjiven by the the fortuaatr huldtTS of a single Ticket ia ninuiisL nad incalculable Tic almve OH the First will In above the to WHOLE anJ older uf the Prite above will over aid nbuvc which Tidicts are for security in the Bank of Ensf tin i Tickets socivcu are iu e which may be had the re is s ar linre hit Tickets for te s i for sillim a Ul i is thnl Ve vl l IK lat o all SALES BY PRIVATE TWO complete and capital witbra STC minutes walk of the to be disposed of by Burton the lease for nboat 13 at n low particular and tickets to of beneficial interest in the Lease of Pre most eligibly situate and being the east side of which heldfor an xinexpircd term of 10 by the present at and a further termof Mj at per Particulars enquire of and Kingtland Genteel and By npHE LEASE of a genteel in JL perfect fit for the immediate reception of a with walled and twostall be viewed with with further may be of fTTK3 Wffolesale Lentherdres JL bb disposed ap oldotablislud Connexion and Business in the Oilleather and Shoe leather owing to a recrnt death inthe Tbe business is novr well of long and in full tlie connexions are both in town and and ia respectability equal to those of any other house in IonJon in the sume Good ami Stock tmy be tatcn at a fair Particulars inquire of Worm woodstrrct Mosl desirabli and resperjalilo TO be awl possession given the be ginning of ihc LEASE of a very neat com pact situated S miLs from Hyde Park commanding most delightful Views of the surrounding Tic to be taken at a fair valuation the purchaser may also be accommodated with the whole nr anypart of the very neat and fashionable at a if pass the house erery hour iu tlie Particulars and Tickets to view the pliasu to apply to Mr Auctioneer and Goldensquare pust si tuated in tbe parish of near Bow corituiuing about 11 acirs at present but improvable in its contafajing a strntnra of cxcclleHt fit for tiic pnr potos of or and fiom its being in the line of the roatl from Llmchousc ty Part of the prminrlhas boei lait out into lots for of which thfi Plaa aad further Particulars may be had by applyvne to Janjes East T Riverside Lrf TCIT cxtauirt LEASEHOLD in the occupation of aji4 The extend 65 feet in front upon the River aud tlie same length by an average depth of 58 and are extremely the attention of persons con nected in trade upon Uie being equalled by very ittuations for tbe rery extensive internal accommodations md conrwrience tHey Part Premises are held under a of which ess years are tht remainder nnder a of which ycais an cad arc poEscrccd by tbe pitsent by wWcu txpivrs at 1 a Plan and anil Tickets In to East ROAD ami Lot A valuable liighly on the North Piile of oppo site to Stepney cxtcinVinc fo Sicpncj of a lull length rope iviib a convenient w itli other in the occupation of Samntl and ollurt ii therein will expire Thr contaiiis about acris of all tx tremrly well calculatedfor and by ultering tlie direction of the ropewalk admit if two streets br mcdc to lead from the Coiimierrialroad to tbe town of for risjicclahle houses on each side of the An extensive aud valuable situated at in manor of near Bow consist ins rtf full length rope ground uud with convenient rope and tar juid n number of about J4 acres of excellent with a dwellinghouse and the above is now in the possession of George and whoseinterest therein will expire also at From three sides of the propertybein bounded by public und its distance from the Mile EnJroad beingonly a few hundred it is presumed that hit estate proscnts u field for extensive All that and situated at and now iu pos srcsion of George interest therein will expire also at IblO whole of the abuve premises are except about six acres of lot is further Particular apply fo Devonsbiie or to East who arc to tixat for the nale of the and from whom cneravcd Plans of the estate mav irery ticlx1 HI al T of jursnaiitto K and the will rniet in the Y L ou the 21st of April Ul A elnck the aftenioon to rrfcivr valed Iroiu any Person or Per with them providing and cicht jhibular Lamps one a of which must be lu f5 at least once in every fort Ur rtlihid aud also to receive Proposals I to cleausitig the J and in the said Mud and other and the Uvoblal The Proposals tospc F ifJ15 und away the and L in every or oflueiif wnj away tlle and to i wil1 entitled each of the said kCn K nt tne Contractor to find all feted m7S fsiT the sivcral works above f itU security for ptr J bv i the oi which may be in l 1D5at at the Work The namesof the Sctu tlie respective By order of the FRANCIS JENMNGSj IOK By SAMUEL be ii ekunt LEASEHOLD furnished iu n most superior fully to the accommodation of a small family newly fitted up within these last twelve months butlers large dctucheu and vratcr two elegant iy six bed iiil inuiimcrable eonveuienrS a cnachhouscj eoachmaus i held on yo years of whicli are at I the Aery low groundrent uf only per Tinabove is well the attention of any Lady or i i ntiemea wanting a comfoilahia residence should any nf tlie fnrniliirc he the Proprietors will take it Particulars and Tickets for apply at Samuel Auctioneer and House A near the Most delightful Situation for a small or a he with immediate the benefuia LEASE and FURNITURE of a very neat replete with every convenience and in complete repair the present Pjoprietof bavin expended a very considerable sum on the The premises comprise a wellproportioned a a neat breakfastroom three best two ditto for a other convenient accommo dation a good an three con taining about five acres of good meadow in excel a good threestall stable and with a bedroom over The above premises are beautifully commanding delightful prospects of the surrounding iu the neighbourhood of Brrkhamstead and are presumed to combine every necessary requisite for elegant Particulars and Tickets toriew the please to apply to Auctioneer and Marshnll if by pout BTlic Proprietor will bare no objection to let tbe same now completely by the year to any persons of who may also be accommodated wih an exceHentmilch from Lomtott every day 5 distance J9 LITERARY Wardlc and the DuicOf This Day complete lf One being a Companion to Chappies Bditiouof the Minutes of THE SPEECHES of Sir Francis Lord with those of Can to the Commander in taken in shorthand in the Houie of by a this Edition will be given a correct containing the Names of all the who voted for and against the difiercnt Printed for Cornhill PallMall and sold by all other MViutes of This Day 13 in illustrated with a beau tiful Portrait of from an original in AUTHENTIC and INTERESTING ME MOIRS of Infancy to tbe present time likewise a faithful tkcoynt of Waidies Charges rcliithe to his Royal Higbflee Ibe Duke of together with theMinutes of as taken in the House of from authentic liy PnllMallj ami Sherwood ana The various Editions hitherto published having been complained of as incorrect medrmvis of the of this Edition haro pared neither trouble for expencc in presenting the Public with a faithful transcription of the evidence upon distinguished In u few days will be Companion to the present the highly Interesting and very important Urbatis in the Honourable the House of Commons on this remarkable Prosecution tuken iu short baud by the most THE SPIRIT OF ENGLISH WIT AND POST CHAISE This Day I small ou a fine writing nnil embellished with aline Caricature price in extra npHE SPIRIT of ENGLISH WIT being JL an entertaining budget of laughable smart prize pointed humour ous droll sprightly sin gular Imrsls of curious advertise flights of eflusious of Including several original Jeu I ilo hold that tta ftiiub of wit uud merriment are not yet that the wings of fancy are not yet and that our ancestors have not said and sung M our good Recommendation in favour uf this popular have perused this volume utb considerable plea It contains a choice assemblage of thegood things of the and may be is the best volume of litrht reading now Published by Thomas No Chospside nurl may had of all Ixxikscllers nnd Day is Neatly printotl in Our price METAPHVSICAL ESSAYS the Principals and Fundamental Objects of that with some Consideratious upon the Humtiu By RICHARD President of the Irish Author of Elements of Geological and other London Printrd for Ptiym and Of Mhoiii may by theiaint in two in or an ou the and itiorcnt Modfs of Burnetts History of tile This Day are neatly printed in One huudsomc price in siiei a nrw Edition of N ABRIDGMENT of BISHOP BLR jTSL NETTS HISTORY of the REFORMATION of of ENGLAND the tvu tirsl volumis d by iu Six handsome rojal price Three luincas in u new Edition olThrHistory of tin Rebellion and Civil in By Earl of some time Lord of An Edition Lord Clarendon Life may 1e nearly uniform with the iu two royal oc price in Oxford Printed at tbe Clartvdons and sold by Payne and London and This Day are two handsome price in HERODOTI HALICARNASSEI PIIS TORIARUM LIURI Kdltioncm REIZII MorteinteiTUptaracontinuuvit Accedit Index Reruni uecnou Eoitioais Wesssciiugiaua cum Rei2ii ct Schaferi A very small imuUVr of the above Bock are printed on inperruyal and in purchasers of which are expected to take Portii Lexicon of which uu equal nurubej will be uniformly In One royal price in Sopho clis GJdipns Rex Cum Notis ex tditione ustun Oxford T Printed at the Clarendon for Payne and London and This Day are printed for the at the Clarendon Press in Sold by Payne and and London and by Joshua et Demosrhenis Orationes de 4 cum Dcleclu prccipue e 2d tt v et Q price in Aristotelis et cnui Notis price in price in Rhodii Ethicorum Nicoaiache orum Paraphiasisj et price in Homcri 11 ins et 2 price in Cari de Rernin Tetura Libri cum et Eilitio price in price in Ovidii Naaonis Fastornm Libri pii supersnnt cum Annott in ubcriorem Ciplicationera adjcctis usum price lixcerptacx cum Notis iii ubcriorem opiris explicationem In Usum price in Straboms Rcnmi Gengraphicanim Libri et cum praecipue juxta Codicum Col ctTabulasOtosiaphicas adjccit olime price in price in Hintorue Arabum aiictore Accewit HUtorin Vcterom Arabum rxAbnl Fcda cura Antonii Sylvestre Edidit price In in Ebn Abi e Latine ct illustravit Coniclius Van price in Auc tore Ibn Abi Q Bodleianis dcstrip ct Latine 3 price in TeBtaarotum vari antea jndicip iis qnas Textus rcceptui exhibit adjecitJosephus Liuguaruro in 4t TO price in FROH MARCH BANKRUPTCIES William of from March 25 to April at at Guild Michael John and Elijah of from March 23 to April at at the Crownand BANKRUPTS John of denier in dealer and April 1 and May at at the Tontine Pritch William late of dealer and April and at at the White Bromley and Grays and Mr of dea ler and March April and May at ele at the John Ghuppcli West Teignmouth and Wil Red Jolin late of denier and April and May at the White Horse Tourfe and Pexall of Great April at April at and May at the Great Great Yarmouth and Uaurott and Lineolnsimi James of drnlcr und March April and May at cic at Bourdllun uno Little George late of dea ler and April and at at LsMgh and New John Payne of April and May at at Attov Frowd or D1V1DENDS April William of Shad at at of tlie Old at at James of at at tto bert lute of at at the Red Wil liam of at at iLe Hannah late of Newcastleup at at Hull and liam of at at the John of tay at at Pcttr Wal of at at of Fiisbnry at Michael late of at at James late of Finsbury at at Robert of at at Guild John Morris of at at the Henry of Throgmortou at at Tho mas Allday of hanker at at the Diivid of Great Parish of George at ut John late of at at the John Gotlub of Piy nt at the Com Olil May Lawrence of nt at Jnmcs Hogg Edward of at at May Jarvis of at at APRIL James of PARTNERSHIPS Henry Child Anthony John Webster and James of cotton William John and Robert Brown aud John of am of Scar Deely and John of Rich ard and Richard of Linley and Plii nud John Slid William Puesley James of BRlflSH He it to notice the report and did n with the greater as it pre sented before the the House wns called to tlie Navy He concluded by moving the That it is the opinion of ihir that neither of the Phua by the Coinraiaiiioners Of Revision will be of unless the Members of the Victmlling Board be tif nal andtried strict aiul of lit to fill their ofHcial ROBERT that tlie object of tu IJesolutiou then to fix an indiroct criisiiii1 on the Board of Admiralty he should therefore move the previous He siud the Baronet Sir Charles Pok had censured the various alterations in the Vic tualling both in and out of the in an indirect lie thought it would have been more anclmore for him to have come forward iu his place to a distinct The Baronet hud no objection to the old appointments HOUSE OF MARCH heard iu an Appeal from 4he Court of Session ia Playlair to inrilidate the Election uf the latter to a Professorship iu tuo Lni versitv of Sir Samuel Romilly and Chirke for the Appellant when the further hearm was deferred till 1 hursduy x N Several Biils from the amon vhici were the American Fish Importation and tbe Orphans nf Clergymens brought up and read for the first The Jamaica Free Port Bill was read the second The Cape of Good Hope Legislation and tlif Newfoundland and Bermuda Rum Importation Bills were read the tlurd time iu a ami HOUSE OF MARCH On the second rcadiu of tiie Manchester Waterworki Sir ROBERT PEELE opposed the because it had not the approbation o the townspeople because it sanctiouid the schemes of wha were in way interested in the t wns Aftfr some observations from Sir aud were oitlered to Ue learat that the of the Bill was i presented at tbe Bar an account of the Corn impurtttl into Great Britain from heland in the course of last to lie ou the aud to be prill XAVAL The WELLESLEY POLE brougfrt up the Tentji Report of the Commissioners of Naval Sir CHARLES POLE that before he read the Resolution he intended to present to the con sideration of the he should take notice of some of the opinions of the as stated in their He read several ex tracts from the dilferent and recom mended them to the serious consideration of the particularly called the attention of the House to the necessity of guarding against every kind of negligencfe in those entrusted with high official He could not think it right that accounts should remain unsettled for more than twenty He he ad dressed tlie except ou the subject of the it was therefore the iew that he pro He thea noticed various and vindicated the appointments oi the Victualiino nrTBRKAD spoke to He the Ward was observatiuiis made some three which he thought rather too time WARD if he was out h Lad said all he Lad to It had been that it uas improper to aupoiut Officers of the arinv to the Nuyat he thoiigiit that a mixture of nsval and military talent necessary lor the succcss of the MARTIN thought the should have shown the absolute necessity H thought Uiat the of those who had been uppojnttd in I the places of whieh mure them ntucli the more should have been But the Honourable Gentleman had rnaiie U out that all sorts of persons were fit to become Members of the He could not but give his support to tlie BASTARD deieiided the motives which in duced his Friend Sir Charles Foie to propose the Resolution witli which he cluded his observations in the Reports of It had been itated by an Gentleman on the other side of the House Wellesley a former that tne Victualling Board had become so vicious that it could not be continued without the greatest inconvenience and loss to the It ap that instead ol punishing the Members of a Board which had bten they had been pensioned uud ap so that the burthens of the were increased and double salaries paid for execu tion of the duties in that It decisive measures should be iu order to prevent abuses of this nature in and the Resolution pro posed by his Friend seemed the most likely to attain that WELLESLEY POLE said Gen tleman spoke last had mistaken what had fallen from him on a former He didnot say that the Victualling Board was so that it could not be contiuued without danger to the public He said that the system followed by that and the mode of passing their was so erroneous that unless some of thepersons composing it were it was impossible the plans proposed by the Commissioners of Naral eould be The Sir Pole scorned to look with a jealous eye on the proceedings of the present Admiralty Board but he seemed to hava very little and to have totally forgotten the mistakes and irregularities of himselfand col luring the time they were in if hehad Uilicn the trouble to advert to the Re ports produced iiuriiig the time the Ba ronet himself President of the Commis I of he woujd have found that the mci enormous abuses did really were in explanation of which the Honnnrabie Baronet and his colleagues accepted the most and ridiculous as would be seei oa reference to the Reports of 1304 and After al though the Bnvonet vvaa at the Admiralty Board for ten he did not adopt or pro pose a single chsuve tnr the ia of abuses so flagrant This neg lect might certainly arise from the great press of public business but surely the preserit Admiralty Board had the same excuse at least to offer for any tardiness which they had and when it vas considered the present state of the wars it had to and the multiplicity of business which must necessarily attend the conduct of affairs so momentous and it was not at all wonderful that the Admiralty Board had been unable to devote more attention to the correction of abuses that might the extent of its em more attention had been paid by the present Board to reform and correct irregulari than by the the current businesa of which was not so extensive or Since the present Board had been of the arrears of accounts which re mained as stated in the 10th had been examined and added to whica several salutary and beneficial rules and regulations had been which were attended with great advantage to the pub and great convenience in dispatch of public The Member concluded by expressing his perfect that there did not exist a shatiow of a cause for the Motion now a great part of the speech of the Gentleman who spoke kit irrelevant to the cpjfcstion before the With respect to the case of when he saw him two or three years he conceived him perfectlv fit for and he was ef opinion there was no necessity for his The Right Gentleman Vin dicatin the conduct of the Morw of die
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