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   Day (Newspaper) - March 24, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PtBLTSHEl AT SOU PRICK L oitlie Subscribers to the will br held a tbc Liiicolnslriu tU of at out to tiie and to elect Direc yjr taru Fis Royal Highncsn the I 011 v order pro 1 March for executing the f pMjiwty uiid Promts within tliU immediately after tbe 5th ll iiit into collection the Duties on lor tin ptist yrnr and that the avml ilicir AsscsRineSts betn Je iiiLTs uf the have an oppor theBank of By order of the SAMUEL IlUK ami LIFE INSURANCE ItJCkfViars em fur INSURANCE from and for tho GRANT and PUK Insurances falling due al In renewed uithiu fifteen days from are uccordiui to the with this on the Pre r of A i n ou Life Insniauces and every facility Hie aud courciueuce of the x WARNER Ollice for the West end of Lon ma on the west side of V IX 1 1 11 EO F F 1C payments fell du at tj take thnt printed receipts are i it tin Oiiccs in Lombardstreet and Charing miii he several Aecnts of the Company in the 1 jrivat increase in of ami renders for persons ofiuuj to make addition to of their insurance and iinffce is persons making such addition will imv cxpciice for new jicr per Insur audi on the Continent jir upon termc correspondent with rlnrse will be made hy this Office for Po sums of thicu liuudrud pounds or 1AI 1 OTTEKYfur consisting of only oon the ISth nf TS SiiAHES arc selling by and at iy flic Royal vx i wiiiic ise in on thiir funr with ot other in addition to Prize on ihe first iiuOic Thousand Whole Tickits and the aovn on thr SCOIJIK be vtlluiulixd Whole Shares in Pio will he at the previous anl drlivrred to the fortunate iVoprie post piH duly and Schemes unil Pmth Sii s ith several lndii Exchequer nud nil kimik auO iDld bv and t f iMteii HunUnd STATE LOTTERY TICKLTS tv ifivcn to the adventurers in the new which is to commence Dmninyoii the icfh of Thousand Tickets to the first abuvfe fifteen puuuds the first day of Draw uJ live Tickets to the lirst ilrnwn Prixv riitccn puuods on tbe second day of in lo tlie other of 6 S 10 500 1 is and Shares arc now on Sale at the old Of uf and facing the by RlCHAnD 51 and Co thr only piron that ever two of whu also shared i i oi and a Prize of capita Prizes to a jjrrat TfioUSAND FIVE HfJNDRED the value of THIRTYTHREE MM k ovir and above the Capital and other aud which nri fnananecd as to produce an immense uirni of nitliB which tispns Draw uf nvit HORNSltY and Stock nsprrsfuUy acifuuint the and that the present ScheiUe ic fyt to the Purchaser Uian any former Lot Tickets rose as a and iiiilijl thiir Proportion of at11 the prfat uuilsmall lv LittLior executed exactly ou the v us if their old and isby and huve shared auti sold in the last Two he to sell 2 of 1 Five Huiulixd State Luttiiy nj in which begins ilrawl i uf TiCKHTS and SHARES arc now IHSicone Siitr Lottery the Scheme consists i kets with the additional Tree Gift of of Whole for Use n cithernhole in is drawn 1 l ibve iu addiviou to the thnt it I 500 like fj t10 Stcjnd witbcut impo iif said an early purchase is f Luclry Lottery j I v S7 tloillni11 Piccadilly where the 20 of and gCit and jn formcr amcuntinir to tUe V GRANJD JUNCTION CANAL Waeteu Eite Shares in this for which a lilxniVPiPmium will be Apply to Balbicaii reuioriii on the to Royal liiXTOIV I3e HAMMERSftllTIl Aood FAMILY HOUSE in with Coach liouseand to be LET or and be in tondujjan immediately without any The raises cuutjin cellariiig1 ilinipij and anil U stall Jetachel garden dovru to the witli numerouii other To with Tick ets which uiay lc had of near tlie IVcniino and of tlpliolsterer and P1U VAT E E D U C AT1O REATS and Widow Jjulj ot rospcctability wishes to enlarge her domestic by rccciriiig i few YbnnjT whose Friends miirhl wish to place them in a situation where they niij acquire crcrjtisefut and ornsiueutal and the health and morals of the children wouid share the solieitude of maternal of ad dress may be had at Old Broad aud COLD lUTHi iu Mary T T MERRIMAN and EVANS taie this method of announcing to the that they hare completed the erection of several Warm for convenience and genteeh arc if not anjr in tho mctrbpolis Ujey have also lately repaired and jrcatly improved the original cold baths mncb resorted to for health ami Warm Four Cold taeli Shower 6di0 INOHBALDS UfelTlSlT This 35 royal litlicd with price and on fin wifb undOproif of the pvlce txtia E BRITISH THEATRE or a COL LECTION of which arf acted at tht IlieatresRuysJ and Hay irfarkctriiriutnl under and Permission of the Mauagrii from the Protajjt Mjtfa Bio graphical apt Critical By Printed and In the month of April will be funning a Nnppletntatf to the abore a Cbllectionof Farces and other selected fiih will betiiivs tlie ujti stuck uf tbe most popular modem the copyrights of which are the sole pro perty uf the of To every Sportsniaui andGtutleinaa who ralua that nobleAui the This inyvrtt 18th prica EVERY MAN HIS OWN FARRIER the whole Art laid open a dtscrip and recipe fsir ofevery disorder iocjclcnt to a retidcrcd iu plain to the Afanest An Apjjeudhc contaliVt the methods of nrepar im all tlie aud jeouurUs on vr of irppjynrp By FRANCIS of Go TCOIS in tlie profession with his a skilful Fnrricr at Nottingham and new on oirn areoont nt large near hate been mostly to private vithin 40 or 50 luiles of the Authors and in the tviccsterj chieflyfrota its own without1 the aid of or kind It ispresumed this the has afforded tlic tncajis of naringr the upwards of raluablf adildogsj and frum the respectability of tbc Author u Druggist at and his desivc afford his book and me dicines aie considereil valuable treasares throughout the midland only by Crosby and hy anaifuinent of the original proprietor TvmliuEoiij and by every Bookseller in the and TUTORS of A new md improved Pocket price only neatly A General ARY of tlieENGLISH LANGUAGE BhcwiRg the and pronun catioii of the molt pure and practised by the fitf t Bj Recommendwl following respectable Level Printed Crosby and A liberal alloiraacc made to the Part of the testimonies in favour Enfields 13ic tionary To express by letters the nice dittiuetion tie twcen no easy tak in the work before the Author has takuuno paios in His schcjiic of thr votfels twentytwo and that of tlie represents their powers to be tVo were fjr tbe most par with this mode of The paper is and the ty porrHpUy Monthly The obscure sound of the uve Viiwels consider as a very striking improvement and this Dictionary may be jnstly recommended to nil persons desiiona of ac quiring a knowledge of principles nertssary to form n correct andapproved July It is hut commos to that HuficU has displayed considerable judgment industry in the itiitipilation and arrangement of this useful little TI AutiJarohhi just by Lrusby and LowTidcss History of in Question and to TurnersJxew Introduction to the Italian Method of TumkiORa selected tl enforce of Jlelmoths Beauties of British RAND begins Drawing the of Free Gift of looo Whole Tickets for the First Prize above the First Day r Free Gift of coJ Wholo Tickets for the First Prize above the Second 4 Prizes 2 Prizes j 6 The value of the Tickets is n they may contain the Capital Tickets and Shires it pnrent are selling iu hot lockedup in the Bank of England for tbeabqvc Free is trery probability of all the remainder beinjf sold hefoie the Wheel poes round a speedy pnrchadc Tccomtneided by artd who soid and registered I Two J Prires ever all in Persons in the Country tnsy be supplied the name as if by seading tbeir post nird witb good Bank or Office ta oc SALES BY PillVATE Lucrative Butchers SUap ina Market in the he rif a verr beneficial GON KRNj which iias hcvu years catahliflud in a respectable at Burtons 0 COMMOLMOUS cakt btr d for a Family of situate in Nf irifll the elegant and Furniture to be takru by vritti iuimediuti aiij Jtavc of apply to TPlER CADOGAN Sioaue street eetait House tu Let fur ftmr or six fitted with UIIIULTOUS a mid particulars and tickets to apply tu beDisposed the Lftse atid of a Tery oltl SHOP in hnsi at tie uf the Any person uhu cau command will find this a most ilrsinihle and beneficial addrtsitu will be imiutdi ately attended BRITISH HOUixE OF MARXII Tiie Jamaica Jrce Port I he Expiring Laws Con tinuance and the Mariue Mutiny read a third and The North American Fisli Ibinortation Bill went through a cnnsfl were on the of Tac the further cxJmiuatiuu of which waj deferred to Tuesday Tie LORD the House having n solved itself into a Committee f moved tlist Counsel should heard npiiu on the Icer uyi in oixlcrto elucidate sonic points which had arisen out of the uvidtuice produced this and to their on a tutmc to be aftuwanls tocoqie to a decidtcl opinion on the justice of tLe tensjoiis of both The down Office Clerk Bill waa mid a second House fov 1400 two com JL plcte ZTiKEHOLD with redeemed are calculated for large rcspectabln built within there two ycajr and it is pre sumed that they will pay the purchaser a per for his the half of which may remain two yeavs approved further particulars apply to Ro bert To he disposed of by direction of the By E benetitial Old Established JL respectably connectrd in the jobbing ot u PLUMBER vrith a very and detached spacious HgHf CiiKt ing and in an eligible ceutra be ncd OxfortlslriMj of which a Lease will be granted for any ttym 30 at a moderate and the on very eaty aresuitablefor any business retjuirins Pnrticulavs maybe known i By HARKY N elcifiint and substantially built MOdBE and nud d to renldencc of W pn mjses are nobh urrnnjed iu suites on each and compe teut in vritli1 offices of every reqiiUiic uuiuerous aud particulars may he known by application at Now By Aultiiiblii and f witli rapacious pirture tnloonj aud a of jifitit ipal ftooc und and rejflete with every do mestic and vrftfc loft fully adequate to accommodation of n fa aud ceiitricalfy situati1 in Hanover be viewed ontyi with Terms and may be known at New ttii By IURRY A coiyjMoDious suites of doinjstic coacbltonsr and stabliug for four and about seven acres of rich meadow divided into by gravel anil sfciwucd by a luxuriaat shrubbery and iiihiifli and competent to accommodate a ta The situation ic aud within live of the May be viewed by ticketc only with printed may be hy applying to Hairy New Miles tViui the ilme By HARRV A Simple elegaat COTTAGE pctent to the aecomniodatioa of a moderate FaraHy rrcently fitted with peCHliar aid ia the most order qivand ail entranceHall hutlers larder and over which i a large reservoir for rain first a a vitiv of four roomy clmmb hers and attics compttent for four servants bees adilached coal other domestic double and fourstall wash and alcepinsfrocui over cait shitli and ponltryhuusr in front of the hvuic a pad cnvironud by gravel and ornamented with luxuriant a litrfi ayd planted with choice fxuii about iG acres of rich be viewed on Tocsdiys aud Thurs by may be aud further Parti ruljis applyingto New Bond thcild witli Alsops New near liakevatrect By HARRY AVery pleasint and commodiousRESI consisting of a HOUSE of a moderate and fit for theimmediate reccptioti of n elegantly and with most couVciiirot detached about an acre of with a dfor fonnirig au txcelleut with replete with the choic fivit trcejr and which have bteil brwight to thoiv present state at a great ex A tmall garden in with a covered entrance to the which is at a convenient distance from the Thy premises art capable of very great improve and maybe made a suitable mideucc for a family of which it added to raauy otjier locul ren ders it peculiarly not only for the occiipatian of a respectable but also for The Lease is for alxive 60 For paiticulaiii apply to Harry New who will prye Tickets to view the between the hours of 2 and 4 SAMUEL TO be an elegant LEASEHOLD famished in a most superior to thf small family of a ucwly fitted np within these last twelve moctlii contain butlers large detached capital and water two elegant bed and innumerable conveuituces u tourstall harntirS held fm gu yeara of uttespiivd at the grouudreHt of only per Tbc ubove Is wvll werth the utteutiou of any Lady or Qentlemen wanting a pomfjrtablc should any the Proprietors will take it aud Ticket for apply at Samuel and House Biartkc HOUSE OF MARCH On the Motion oT Alderman leave was ven to bring in a Bill tor continuing the A Mrssage fj yiu the arrjuaintcd the Uouse their Lordships had agreed to the Corn Importation Act the Expiring and the Expiring LnwsjPcijittux BillJ the Jamaica Free 1oit a Uill tor the letter re gulation of the Koyal Marines while on and st verul Private was given to Bill for Bikige over the from the Savoy to the opposite The LORD ADVOCATK of Ciaiiiaii 01 the Newry Election repoKcd from the said that was dal and that the Petition oT tue Rigllt 11 noundjle Ifiiac Corry was lid frivolous BAXKS brougbt up a lieport from thq Committee appointed ti consider of the dhpuvaVof pntrdnuge in the iCiist ludia tobe On the propriety of referring the Lancashire Cotton to a sorot took Dayics took and the Pctitiun was prdered to be WHARTOX bitraglttup the Report oftbeCota luutce of and the ISavypsfiiuates ttou3Lresolveditself into a pommittce of the to consider oftht Duties on Spirits in Ire land it was moved aaji that during the Prohi bit ion of Distillation from it was expedient to Duties Spirits distiiied from Sugars in Ire The House then resolved itself into a Committee on the Irish Uuuutv and a desultory conveisa tibn in which Sir Sir John thff GhauceUor of Sir and Purnel took The Resolution tin agreed ttf theRepoi t was orderedto be received i A New Writ was ordered for a Burgess to serve in Par liament fortho City in tire room of iq since his election had arcepted the office of Eschea OF YORJTS called the attention oi the House to the notice u Motion which he hudgiven sdme fine since on the subject of the of to the House of Com so far us it aiiected the privileges of Par Lie did eo For the witli ilrsvvmg thiit notice the aftor the inquiry it had umde into ther conduct of his Royal thought proper to proceed by way of lie should in thatrase have persevered in the Motion of which be had given as the House thought after a general verdict of to proceed upon another and ileulare that tiiere was no connivance to his Royal he conceived it was not nocessury to ioceed upon thecotisideratiouof that inasmuch as tlie entry made upon the Jour nals wus a sufficient assertion ofthe right of the House to inaintaui at all times the privileges whicil belonged to and oppose every attempt abuse On these he trusted the House would allow him to withdraw The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER pro fessed hiu readiness at any time to meet the dis cussion of the Gentlemanupon this ques tion j and under he was not at all disposed to admit that therewas any thic iu the letter of his Royal which went toeffect the privileges WlHTDREAD expressed his surprise at the ungracious and pertinacious manner in which the Right Honourable Gentleman seeuied to hold out to the last upon this For his own partj he should maintain juat us positively to the that the letter in question waa a direct breach of the privileged of iuasinuch aa it attempted to set bounds to itB that sufficient nbtice had been fclreadv taken by protesting uguinst the doctrines contained he should not offer any further observations upon the PONSUNBY that hadhe been in the Houfcwheu the letter vvas he slxmlu have uiQtested against its being received bufficientnotice having been taken of he should not make HV farther observations to shew the improper tendency of stcli attacks on the privileges of the The Motion was theu On the Motioo of the Order of tho Day for the Debate ou the subject of BrigadierGeneral Claieriiigs was when The SPEAKER acquainted the that he had received a letter from BrigadierGeneral professing the highest rrspect for tiie the of he was not at liberty to without the express per mission of tlie House so to The question for resuming the was then w heu Lord JOHN CAVENDISH rose to move an Amendment to the by inserting the words Tuesday instead of the word He wasinduced to this in consequence of thepaucity of Members and more particularly from the circumstance of some pro fessional Members being who would be of considerable service tothe from their in offering their obserrationg in his This ke would induce the in point of agree to his in orherto alTord Sin oppor tunity tbraiuorclull attfrndanctnf Members thau present this A debate of length took place oa the AiuCiilment between Sir the Chancellor of the Shaw William Sir the Secretary at General and it was nc without a division Tlie debate was then when Speaker read the original hioh That General iu isguilty of Sir VS rosn for ihk pitrposa 6f He StatedIhrit he on the part of General inform tlie hg wouldBow wiih sub mission to its whatever id might and expressed the most regret that had incurred the displeasure of the ueral rfealy to make the Solerrfn asacvenitibnbriU r fore God and his that he held innocent of any intentional and that his fault was the sole result of Uuder tlwt he toi13 take into tlieir most sevhrtiScoisJiieration case o7 General iirjLftat they vfollld dravy a line between cmaitialprVjaricatrairiiad that which was effect of for the original projector dfthe fluke of ffe Vaa wit as to the iriimber of trailslit ftad Wen pa a partifcalai1 day so1 TitflS therecpllectibd bithe tliat he stated cbrretjted tifciself7 tire next in ip dicated tliat w rnati jislat collected as tQtbe 19 QU Irotn He meant n wards that be this as an arguruent iafavour ef just liable to sucli us any lie had though submitted himself trie be did undefitht fyersuasiop that the Houses and thisrf country him the justice to that without having pearls of viuclicating which tne trial hy jury afforded every mauj and of hud lie been to avail he trusted sliould have esperianced adirierent in a speech of some contended that there was nothing either in the character or conduct of General Claver which couid exempt him from a similar fate to that of Sandon and he only lamented that the punishnieut of the former had not been as summary us the p said he should thiuk him self if he did not state the grounds ou which he gave his ottfiorthe Motion proposed by Jiis Frifciid He felt a little surprised that the Baronet wko liud spoken hi favour of General had not ilndeavourcd to exculpate him from tte charges but rather by be tween the evidence of the Gentleman who vas the original foundor of the charges against his endeavour to prove that the evidence of one was as contradictory as the and if one was exculpated the other This was very as the evidence of the Gen tlemen irere not at all His Frisnd Wardie In givinghis in not onlv hound in duty to stute to the House the but stating that he uould prove nothing but that he was laudably himself in a public consequently he could have no reason to withhold itiform on tiie subject it wasin his power to If any accusation wasto bu on this it should be made in an open itiid when he would be ready to enter into a discus sion of its The motives of General Cla veriti dirrersnt he came forward as a voluntary for the By of exculpating theDwke of and from the result of that theonlyr conclusion to be drawn that he had col luded with Low tea for the purpose of de ceivins the He lirst said that he forward is a voluntary but aftenvards corrected by saying that he was advised to ccrne forward by Lowten and so ignoraut was he of the of that in tliK Setter he wrote soliciting an examina mentioned Lowtens That on being afterwards shewn was contradicted by hinn Ge neral Ciavenng was to be it must necessarily was guilty of collusiou widi Lowtea if he tertiimly gave a false and was not to Le It evidently that if the letters mentioning General Cla veringsiiiime hadnotbeen hiaevidence would have gane unquestionably to overthrow what Clurke had said and but for those letters he would not have thought it necessary to correct An Gentleman had stated that he came to the Bar as speedily aa possible after the letters were produced to cor rect his This was not tue case for several diiys elupsed rjefurc he inlttie appcamiice and oa his second from theexplanation he hud it wus manifest that on going rrora the he should luvve gone direct to The qirestion he was asked Have you had he returned a similar if the letter ia winch his   

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