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   Day (Newspaper) - March 27, 1809, London, Middlesex                                KVERY MORMIVG AT SIX MARCH S will rpen on Kaster he direction of vi Principal i aul Muchuanks Uic HiMf Giioux prin L i Vi Braiibcoinbe tn PC procurer of v who will ultend at the i i c V this Friday ex Pcnorraanco on his ini and exhibition uf Phiiuiv t in hi prrciscly at it i 3v Tukrts may be liiUi at the from till MEETlNGof tlie SUJJ of AFRICAN UD the 2otlv the Duke of imi in the been to the Meeting by the of their proccedinjB during tLe past r on the MMiou of Spener ilie Thinks of Meeting be rctnrnrei it for the Report now and the of having informed the in a re of 1m having recently learnt that had beta presented by the Prince Re with a cumber of ucgro slaves to be ein and tbit the use Sir Smith had nt immediately to libcratt the a to each of them a portion uf this to by them Free Labourers for their own it raj on fheMo that hit Royal Highness the be to communicate to Sir i sense entertained by this Meeting his and liberality in the above instance their warmest thanks for a lioe of con i kj nly Honourable to the British name and be in the way of ex u LL productive of the happiest on the Motion Earl nut Thanks of thisMecting be presented to hit iiiUukc of for his indefuti in promoting the objects of the ujdfor bio alilc conduct in the i on the Motion of Lord Henry Thanks of this he pivefl to Mr lus assiduous attention to the interests of COURT for rcUuilding the Court ibt town of in the county of dtsirouw of rontracliirc tii deliver Proposals pealed Cmyi IP of Jay of I they must utttiul if the Trus s r at n jVlock in the and he prrparid the naiuct a SaitMrs for of the i hud iv m in by ni r tlie QtCiiAUun 6 if ICO Lichitics n Grand h 1VHH K 11 flIi or the Second i ieavito recorurnenfl the 1 tit a au improvement winch fare universal sn i V iniiy Ticki Iarc rcudcrcd more aiv n h t re t iiuty i ifizifi that his been ailotteti to at Swift ft J and ft xlini Captal izis of the kjt its tn i rery gnat Auioact have Y lupai IlJ rni in Prize above 11 a irrnjitl Prize of 1 whole alci trend Prize of 5in whole uf include the following capital i nuitlrd to a proportion of the pbove Suarct HODGE slitredi HODGES and folowing Cspital PriKt Hve Hundred State Lottery at in preheat begins draw i2th of and SHAKES arc now selling 11 Second State Ixittiry the Scheme consists Tickets with the additional Free Gift of of Whote for the ritherwholc ur in that is a to theprizc that it Iv entitled to hVewiRC Sod in like t or Soroud 0ay of without inpo Scheme therefore an early purchase is i JAM and ifthe Lottery Hol Piccadilly the fortuuatc to tiratul Prire of the last was sold uie one eichtli ami two sixtctntUs iisui prizes iu the two sold ititkj tu ami the only prut oi that l ever co I h WANTS a Situation as in a regu lar ir Cook and Houscckepcr to a flc Laiy or a who land marketing can have u good chhractcr from hvr bbl No objection to the Letters ad post to at will be attended WANTED a Gi Any Gentleman having a horse to dispoicd about 7 years aud hands that it perfectly quiet and in aingk ot tlie same time foes and docs not want the may hear uf a by addressing fpusipaid to at Hathways Ncws Royal INo denier need Coach particularly those in the Singe An active young of good who can advance fur bis share oflhe may iw adniitied in a profitable ready money Principals only will be treated Fur particulars apply to LAD twccn Fiftien and Slxttrn Years of desirous of a fitnatiyn in the or shop of a Mer chant ur He his a tase fur cuuwiile witii and ii a gcu plain i niuM sa tikfactory to his morals am ter be adtlressed to care of Tapnll ami iultcncy shall met t cvcry ARGE Newcastle Coals ut Sin lings per BRITISH PANV bnve now on Slile quantity of prime New castle Coals at tiie above reduced fjr itaity including every except nutage and and into the rouutry at One Shilling pr Mile per Clial IronOrderi Ukiu in at Long nud at tlie Clorks Snow JUXTON le LKT On Least for21 a cumforrulili DWEL with Gard He and further particulars ou application to Wiustanley aud ne Millio c jirizr of nnl 1 of iHT Lot ii aiKH Uirlnaatie lo O be and early occupatiou Isliagton and Five Tenements adjoinin Proposals for renting the same will be itcciverl nt thr office of and and a priority if attention will to pKns for the conduct of the Premiss which shew the prreatest repird Jo iicency and eooii be LET on uvo pleasantly sjtllll0 Lar kriur into very extcnrive gardcnt contain fire good size grilled lofty din opening with laigt folding artlied and arc completely with niaJuiimarble htforim to aud or Wink near the be LET or an Elegant FREE HOLD about oiy mile from Croy wcUpriiperUoocd srrvauts walcrciosetaiamevery rfijiiiritc convcim icy a for ten ami for three Vitchrn lawn fuih ail oliivl six One or two tlnrris of the purchase may remain on inr a term uf Pian of the and 11 lib TickeU to to had of Surveyor ahl Huuse Eedford Paiticulais aUo uf ATIU A whicli is an effectual nniftly the cnlamitoui weuts which conti uuaily 01 cur from Hying out of the Ladies muslins catiliinjthe or Children playing with the tiiuiinh tlicy have the sight and benefit of Tliii hich all the mudcrii iiuprovementi fw and may lie seen iu at J thr Pateutre and at his Hiijb opposite TO GK PURSUANT to a Decree oi his Cinirt iiiaile iu a cause of OS iieforc Deputy IVo inrnlininci r 01 tlio said at Iris iu the lixchrejiier oil llu day of at 12 at two two Substantial Leasehold ISrick being Nos 44 snd in Great iu the County of held each for term of S3 whereof 40j years will be uncxpirixl at Ladyday Parlimlais be had a Re membrancers Inner of Mesws Gatty and TlirajfiuortonPtrert anil in Hiigie and Kellys Opera NEW composed by Michael Ply to Love and Hy from two dedicated to The Mothers dedicated to Miss Augusta Scott 1 hope your written by Ho man gentle jupposc me blind dedicated to Miss Rose Tn conioli o mia composed for Vadruiic Catalan composed by Thecaycold by Dickons to B The Virgm first Three Knglish and The Pil grims for inscribed to For the A by Krasiasky rfittn by ditto ditto by Hoffmcister six Duct for two Perform ers on one arraaRedfrom popular so as to preserve the original by Dominco Corri A Trio for two end of Where rpay be had all the and all the performed at the Kings OPE mid capita Two of Insirrance which ex pire at Ladyday should be renewed within 15 days from that pcsiions inpored witb this whose Policies expire ot the art respectfully in thnt printed certificates of renewal are now ready delivery at and vriUi the rrspeoiive ajents of the company throughout the United Thin Company oiler to Insurers the following Persons or procuriug to be against or sool on liare the option of becoming interested in the Persons insuring for more years than one allowed considerable discount on premium and No ehargc of Polities of and upwards ot for Tolicies uudtr when cffct ed for three years or fur altc deduction in payment of Damage by made A hrokeragc of per on chipping Abatements us iifiiraiices of from to per in ihe and a liberal allowance on on equitirilc and aiSvautSfeoiis others allowed a life insurances to this Farming innurctl nt per By of the VilLUAM SALES BY PMVATE LuciatiTC Butchtrs Shop in a principal in the TO he disposed a very beneficial CON which iias been many years estjiblisheti i a at Cornhill By Lease newerected with flouv iu a very improving KboirT tbrto miles oit of on a main where no Baker is near the Tht fixtures to be taken at Jjnnicdiate posseBsinn may be Enquire of Har the TO be for 1400 two com FRKEHOLD with Inndtax rcilecmed are calculated Icr large respectable built ivitliii tliese tiro and it is pre sumed that tluV will pay the purchaser S per fur liU hslf of which may remain two ycavs on further particulars Upply to Ro hirt be the LEASE and pan of the rURNH LUE of a genteel FAMILY eligibly tituatid in the riciniv of the louse contains two rooms on a two good rvom and the iur niiur to be cliielly consists of drawimfroam siud dinitig which is littui up in the pitsent Fartirnlirs and Tickets toriew tho apply to Mr Elejnnt FrcclmlH with blinp for u numerous walltd ami By A Most durable with every njipendage a family of the first respectability tinjfardens and pliainrr pxjunds arc tavtcfulJT and the in perfect iiiicl tickeU to view the may be had of Mury aud of By and THE LEASE of a in complete and very conveniently fitted and requiiitc very proturtive ftsrdcn and rieh meadow of apeea bly sitaated in the above rural and pleawnt aud a purchaser raay have immediate to Hopkins and Auestahlished and respectable Bakers in a most singularly eligible situation for comiuaadinj au sive and first rate By EDWARD IMBER and THE Valuable LEASE and Goodwill of an old full price BAKERS most BiJvuntafreously situate about a mile and a half from ih in a and populous ntitrhbourhood the premises are in excellent and most conve niently arranged for carrying on extensive trade of fourteen Racks pfr uud a profitable paa Particulars innbe had on application at the General Commission Office anil Sale By HARRY A elegant and aubstantially built HOUSE with conclihOHtc and adapted to the iTwitleBCo of a person if The prc mitrs nro nnl the rooms of noble Bnanged iusuitt on each and teut iu ofticcs of every requisite ciac tor a nuinenms family and inrtictilnrs may b JCHOTTB by application at Kiiht Stilts the llirte By HAHRY Simple COTTAGE eom j pctent to thv accommodation of a iuicraZe Family iitif il mtiVia Oi perfrr ronin1 an eutraatchall scul a t ami over i ioif waCrr a breakfitt a yicw of the ftur roomv cbnmj tiers urd atlirs competent for four setTunts beds a iictaclietl cual otherdomestic double conchlunice nnd fjurstall wash and sleepinj rcoin over and poiiltrvhfiuse in front of the liouir a iad environed by gravel and ornamented with luxurinnt a larg productive garden and planted uith choice ijuit and about 16 acres of rich mpailow May be on Tuesdays and Tliurn by may be and farther Parti culars by applying to New Boud those exteurivc Free liold Brickbuilt consisting of a good two capital two stor and yard and being in the neaiy epposile tke and between the George and CrSvil These Premises are fiotu their ttcnt and of buinf adapted to any trade or business re quiring and or the which is three sturics and has been recently built in substantial and coiuroodiuus luiglif at a small expence be converted ihte excellent iotlginif farther Particulars apply either per or by post to the Portsmouth or tb Attorney at Bread ARK PL BLIC IPTIONBR By THE very Valuable BREWERY above situated iu completed in the year upon a plan equal to anyintlieUuitcd accommodations adequate to the brwizg uf frain to bar relR of porter annually Supplied with an inexhaustible of water within its own very superior even to that ofhe The buildings and riiiiicrp are of the best description the plant entirely con structed oa the latest improvements the ks are faci litated iu an uncommon by a stcimPnpii of power there are that r ill contain near quarters fojr with capital Dutch Atones aud rollers capa cious by Bralvwaite store with ip that will contain b supported by timbersof uncommon and stLwajj for 800 Units a very spacious pivcil lofty folding pates stabling horsetecpir3 rooms lofts ncivlniilt aurf together with a vacant spate of A small adapted either for a separate or convertible into aa excellent with a house Five ia and some back Premises all which Dre IcaseUold for 96 Scvtiul valuable Publichouses are attached to the with Tickets for will be tjiven to Principals on before to Winbtanley ami Partrnostcrrow whfre correct phns of tlrj Premises may hr and tlie inspected at Old SALESB Y PRIVATE By HARRY Valuable and tlesrablc FREEHOLD with capacious picture and a library unites well arranged jirincipal stone and sccoucjary ucstic ancJ with loft fully adequate to the accommodation of a respectablo fa and centrically jituate in Georgt Hanover May e viewed by tidcets with Terras and may be at Now VILLA aud LAM on tinU feTLiV By HARRY A COMMODIOUS suites of domestic coachhouse ami stabling for four and abuut acres otlicb meadow diviiicA into hy and environed by gravel anil sercitird by a luxuriant and irellplaceti wliulc in liiijh and competent accouiinodate a The situation is ind within hve miles of the May lie viewed by tickets riti printed be fu Hajrj New MARCH FROM illintri of fiom to Msv nt at John latf of East Srnii from April to May at at William of to fiurrcnder March April and May at nt Paunllisr and London late of vic dealer and March April May at at Cle Thomas of and May at at of fuctpri dealer Snl April and May at at Thomas late of dealer in coals aud April at at and May at at the Lvnilon and Spurrier and Thomas Moore of Old picturo dealer and April and May at at RedLion Samuel of and at at Ihe Mr Charles Sheffield aud Sykes aud George of April at at tad May at at the Bloc Posts Portvca and Old Joseph of April and May at at Spread Aprif rvf at at Joseph of Princcs lit at April Uilliain late West at at Charles of at at tbe Crown Thomas Gibba cf at William at John of at David uf at tlie Bush of Ratrlirte at at Guild of at Edward uf iu the Isle of liucn aud nt tlie Bnle Newport 19 Thomas of in the Isle of at at tbe Bnjjle Cofue lius Kenworthy and Edward of at at the Palace Man Richard of at at tbe George Li Giles of at at 21 Tlornas of at at tLe Bine Posts Edward late of soapmanufac at at Richaid at at the Blue Posts Sarah Stiles and Mason of at at Guild Benjamin of Whiti al at Daniel at at Robert Stewart and William of at at the Briilcewaier Aijns William of at at the Samuel of at at the George John inatbfaiatical iiiatruuient at at James Robert son and James of at at APRIL Thomas of draper and taylor Johu of LiJIle ward of cotton icd Patrick and John lute of zer of John lute of of of PARTNERSHIPS Francis Hill and Charles Atkins cf eilk and Jackson and luteof Old thoc Smith and Ijincelot of Beck anil of Geori Oldkuow William and Hucry of Plcanley uaii William of Ashton Thomas Vuke aud Robert f BiOiop irre Jooes aud William of dealers M Staffordsliire Kay ami James of George Lam bert Henry ioun of che mists aad Stepiiens and Johu of Lower and Tbomas of Sfif for Marton and Albou Dvkcs and Williain of Walker oi Bcniauriii of of and of tiiabcr fWe arc obliged to deftr tbe List af Military L i ana A Niclwbis moved to tvike out the cf resolution for removing d for the word of introducing n 107111 ui tin repeal ot the at ti ter tfhu of nianjue and Trifi tnotioii to atrikc out carried by a reat House divided 5S to to the consideration of wad to that art of the KtsoluMon wlucli propose ib letters of rnanue and ncd in the It wns by to to reptai Embargo on tlie 4li f froai of reported A to terdict all Commercial and Brian liie follouiijoij a suunnarv of liie of the JJiil els of Gronf Fritain old Trancg PITur mnn To jf All ariiieil hips vpr are troui enin of the ar sni tiftcr IM i ceisi JOiii he i of iV KT ali lii Ith of tinhargo ure to give i and not loviyku Jnttrcourse Tke Bill was tltt Order of Milnor presontrd a of between three and four the praying for the bargo Bill for au aM duty upon importation was in u inittee of the t jMihior moved tu strike on irtiijt sec After ilie riuiUoa was The blaukin the first the advance per centum upon the peruiaotnt posed by was liihnl the uf with tlie uord Jiflti pir course t idtities ard now The have Giless JCr the of Einnar atitutnig NouInterc House of have this day been occupied iu pare on tlie Dili for inijosioi ddditional duties upon all nitrchaixiize into theUnitpd pt ur Bill adds CO par on tlie impcwed by on the prVsent rie Great ha wri iiiwu to is the most stiile in tar I iiave ever to to the duties auv selection of the articles whoever but it is all of the doiiixi nt the adnii I ran to lnl va that tho Senate sanction this Thfc question is jutt now a thr Bill ij C to This Biil yivtg is to take effect and April Tlx house have also part of the day bcm in committee of the whwle on this ahd laada some A motion was made to strike out the cc tioiiof the to try the principle of and LOST by a it will linally puss is impossible Extract of a letter from New dated ly Letters from Washington were reived thii vhieh state tiiat the Noi Intercourse Bill not and it is confi dently stated that the Bill will not pass ii present The blank on the adaitioiiid DntT Bill is settled and tilled up it is rated at 50 ptr on the former duties it was iu the Ly a small and it is uoc ei pected to pass other The fallowing respecting the at tack upon are extracted from letter received by a gentleman at The Fawn sloop of war TS and brings atiouus of frcra iiercd at ytuod tlie bonj if a fur Tliert about 3UO shells tirowa incu the did great of the wurlvs slrovtd with mangled iLu have evcrateii 1 innlbatterics and cut posts he torlisr with a strong ri doubt abovo FM t on a hiil a the on the mlo the enc Las his CH hi sunender on thuti that of He cTin refiiCfl a fora few fyr tht of our Of an har the lrinri in nuuir tiie of there was of removing the without tho of n number of la of ru3 to it sii fsc pcrhapa a month longer Iciirivehiia The mr nfW ervctinj siron ani heavy on the ahovitin It is that they ill fee I Hid out a tj Fawn sailcu frorri un t o mnin of the ovr to aijniit yf aad S7u Captfin to o cf the ie of EM Captain f the 31 Wcr are gccjuuts irs Lave yet fioui tLe SCLUS of   

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