Day, March 28, 1809

Day

March 28, 1809

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Day (Newspaper) - March 28, 1809, London, Middlesex PIBUSHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX PKICE 11H WESTMINSTER respectfully in J above v Open on EASTER a variety of New Ectcr and iiiths in executed u And ronsequence of tlia very of i and Ihtir in also of tin first merit attached ami hiih last Summer expe rt 1 niiniration of cvouded houses i VIT rixiius fi deserve puiilic ps above of a DonMc Compsny ill ad many the in aie of the of Corcotgarden acd Mr t Glllrry i Infin Six V laVrii at the BoxOffice of thu n K Artist to her Royal Highness nrulrr henicn patron T iv and his Tvchibition con i r for their llii aii Paintiip consists of window L in i Mr Trnvn undertakes to UssiniE that are totally unicquamt M NV arthouse for prepared Velvet ami V purchased any where but at liin 1 ihj nil 1 respectfully informs the at ujve Spacious Proiuicis till HORSES and nr Private Contract The nale iv s c ii i i state to those Gentlemen having inscription to dispose of p having a Contract to supply a an insure tbem a quick and ad m demand he Vpirordi stsudiuj for st of light onthorf fashion i ith or VITV ur ic K T Artificial for ofTESSERAto slate and m oil thatit would TJ iluTn iti an With haj decided in I hi equally and P JU r is applicable to pins instead of it crcatly It exceeds all in Hiitnctb and as it re r hijs and and less tioibers to cxiiininc thii important and may apply at the Manufac in floured and roofed with or from Hallitt1 at Cleaversnew M at wlurf nearly Imn i scjUdfe in rnc rout may i Mtiins to hr raidf 10 at the Tcsjtra i aud at I2th of the Grand iTE LOTTERY commences e is and besides ths TREE for the First aore i t and W Tickets for the First i 15l liiSecond there are 4 Prizfs of of I 6 of tf 0 I 10 of 500 be gained by One if purchased Tickets will surely 1JSt WITHOlT IVawiii ith MOI SAM WHOLE TICKETS Prze above and 11VE WHOLE TICKETS for the Firstdrawn DM tlir Scciiurf in addition to the 11 ii IlM nf Capitals s 000 in rriat ure on Sale at i wrrc irceutly aold in iu i pil Bank ciiiiN 01 Bills trtated L nhl Stock near ac that Tickets and Sliaret arc v ui their for the en 5EW which ou the J2th of three rirstrlrnwR Prize above will be a Ciranil HrLrp Whole Firsdraun Prize ahore arill be Grand Prize of 5CK Whole of iucludc the following Capital A Priies of FHIOJ of I rj Prizes of I 10 500 1 Prizes in the late and former to a have been sold aud shared by Carroll aad paid oo AlF LOTTERY drawing April j firstdraftn Prire abore ii balo a srrand Prize of whofc also a ijtand Prize uf MO whcle uf include the capital ISCOjOOU to a proportiocof tbe above are selling by HODfiKS and 2 and by whom the folloiviu Cay ital Prizes and late 944 i SUPERIOR Opportunity of embracing m a PCBLlf PubVic are respectfully that PiopOBais for the establishment uf an ex teiif ive by Subscription embracing ad vautages pecnliur to will be ready for dclircry in a heu Particulars may be had of the OM Pay in the front of aud Manufacturers requirin n larjt Plot of To be CET on desirably lituatc opposite Chfcch comprising a large with gateway en trance to the extending to and liaviiig the ad vantage viry wide frontage iu For apply ai Orurylane be by CHARLES 5 part of a House and most eligibly situated at the West Enif of the with a Capital Patent and h tlie Miik established 30 rent ptr no The rctmnis upwards of per A death in the ramily is the reason of It is re quested none Principals will who may kc fur nished ith particulars directions to the Licenced and House No from 11 to this Day aud Islington To be LET or SOLD by PRIVATE IVf wall a very desirable Lcatr holii with threeMali and larre waited delightfully si tuated at commanrliiu brautiful aiul tx tcasivc and ueil supplied fine sprine The house is genteelly tilted in and contains spacious lofty drawingroom suitable mnmroti domestic Particulars may he l ou apjiiicatinn to Thru SALES BV PRIVATE Lucrative Batchers Siioii in a jifiacipaJ Market in TO be disposed a very beneficial CON which has Iiccn many years establibhed SB a respectable at Cornhill f be Dispobcd the LEASE oi a JL Brick eliribly being The ee arc very and in perfect admitting o a part being let held tor about 14 subject t the low rent of 3jl per A few fixtures to be taken at a fair Apply for particulars on the CANDLES iniiniifariurLd WAXED hive dtcud aivaiitais ihoise made in the common Tlic lailow tnelted stcaai is gnatly improved in its quality and the u by beinj with cnwt a flame with no aad are more durabu then Manufactured only by tUe Candle and Soap and for the convenience of in Bves of anJ Twelve Dozen at and As this Company only deliver poods for ready Country Correspondents requested to send for pavincnf in r 10 the new and beautiful JL the dress 460 fashionable tuvrii only 1OS coloured muflui is each 70 splendid dresses worth 3to Brussels per yard 40O pood Cambric per yard Very an 140 the finest 100 India jacounots far per yard and 90 txtra 3s Ijo French cambrics from to 3 guineas the piece anJQu 160 real Madras 3d per wortli 5s a bargain 700 ia rnask and diupcr table clothsnt Httfe more than LaJf price and 4OO of tUe cheapest counterpanes iu the kingdom Irish cbeap neur the Pano It wiil bs particularly necessary to and FOR Thirteen Years the IRISH LINEN liaro opposed tlic injurious plan of whitening muriatic aeul and for tlie last they have kfpt a house in London for the ex clusive Sale of their Manufacture and which aje o be hail iu this country only at their io near io No aiticlc sold but Irish and not less than a piece of 25 One piece at wholesale and nv abatement ever Each piece is warranted as to to be bleached ou the and the money its fault Orders executed with Cnsh as usual for Rank of Irefanil Agent to the is their only House iu TLAS FlilK and LIFE ASSURANCE Corner of The Atlfis Company folicit attention to the following ad vantages proposed by To pay rent in case of without any premium asuurc farming without any average at per per assure mcrchan dizp in the West India at per per an make rood damage by mud to itsuc make and free of exnence to the Printed proposals may be had ort application at the of fice in or to the agents in and other and towns of the United HENRY ISOf EAGLEINSURAISCE with this Company are respectfully that Policies expiring at Ladyday iill be rttjcwed by application at this Office within iifiecn days from that rrceipti rcapy agreeably to the reduced Common Insurances to at 2s per at itr Doubly to at Advantages to Fnsurcis with this of rent in case of without increase of Damage by lightning made charge for alteration or commiiiion oi per allowed on shipping Abatement on country insurances from 10 to per the premium aud from 2i to 15 pcr upon the Farming Stock insured without arerage clause at per The Companys terras for Life Insurance are equally aud possess superior claims to public pa WARHENS LAVENDER fTPtflE above celebrated Article is strongly re fl commended to the not only as the most agreeable perfume to pcrtons in but also ag noa derfnlly refreshing to kbonrinjj undf r feTers or ill DTSS t any ami partiniiarly where the diif ase of that nature ae not to admit ufwiudows being open for any length of time it purifies completely the air of the and diffuses likewise a delightful and most jc vivine through the whole of THE CONCENTRATED the best iulrcntivc3 and will remain per fectly unimpaired in all it is therefore particularly recommended to nU persons travelling to foreign and to mcTclmnts aod ctptains of as a useful and bene ficial article of wholesale and by ot his and Park in bottlos The Public nre rcspcctfuUy that subse quent to the retirement of aiiil from their late bouse of the sale of the Lavender Vinegar has been established at Rises as who sells the same by appointment inor to that each bottle will be signed by tinproprietors Mnrahall aud Sohl us nborv itu Oxyscoated Soda TO be for UOO two com plete FREEHOLD with redeemeil are calculated for respectable limit within years and it is pre sumed that they will thr 8 per for tinhall ol hih 7nay remain two years on approved furlliir particulars apply to Ro Tt Ilsideiice uensthe Royal Spacious ami Liascliold Brick JJL sitHotd Hi the part oi hRiidiomcly and aa joud oi numerous donicfl fuur at a uio fin i M ajijily Phipps lveiiild uUh Sta bling fur la spacious Must dLMialile every TT a or thf ami jiitiv tlisios tlje prcmisiii in perfect Fuitlur partitiiluiK ticlts to be baii Uar of u ijOCK several SMAKilS in tiie Tliamrs Kennel acd Wilts anii South Ucst Po AVurka Gol ami tVitish Breweries Al a 1 RocS Iiiiuraiicc Compaoieu Vajxlialt Auetiun Mart and BritUli r Eat Country Also the three iu prodmini a net income ot per aiimm to Thooiu NVuma Cornlill Au established unit respectable Kakcrs in s most singularly eligible situntion for comnfaadiug an exten siTc aud first rate By EDWARD IMBER and Taluable LEASE and of an old established full piice BAKERS most advantageously situate about a mile ami a half friin 1h in a aud pojiulous ocirjhlxJUihoocl the are in txcelleav and most ton nicntlyarrauged for carrying on the extensive trade of fourteen sacks per ami roll and pan Particulars maybe had on application at the General Commission OiMcc and Sale AjXewiy erected FAMILY with Six Acres uf situated oa gentle rich picturesque The premises OB the principal a by 17 B3 by trcakfastparloiir ttiid gentle each about 17 fttt OB tbe upper urc jod itji three flaaaller There are alsothree wiik communicating to the itair but distinct from rhe principal chzmber The domestic appropriate and conTe with stabiinjfur tour drying wellarranged garden and ihrub tastefully laid and with plants af the IxH may bu had if and of the pitrchnseuioncy may iecnain oa Tickets to view the anil further at Royal and Old between 10 and be an elegaut detached ij a remarkably dry healthy in complete containinj neat two china and on the ground floor tive hedroouis and up stain de nchrd cotlnje with appropriate rooioi fur iervauts bakehouse aud with coacia thrccctill and granary mid every requisite an extellcut garden with and abuudanec of food both tndours and with abimt ten acres of productire and hyndiuimly wherein there is puoii laud freehold and tythe free coachei to aud from London twiceevtry aad water carriage Pittance from Hyde Park 17 Foxhouni nd hurricis iu the Immediate possejiiiun may be apply to No TTelbeckstreet or by letter poit paid to Jamei lOR PROMOTING AND PRESliKVlKG 1HE THE ROVAL and Ladies and Gentlemen of distinction and use RUSSIA for moistening the hair when which is so great a nourishcr to the as to prevent it turning rey to all periods promotes the and making ihehair grow thick and prwents it and restores it on bald if the 4cast roots Several Gentlemen tUnt were have after Hsinij the Russia Oil regularly for six the bald places became nearly covercrJ wifh hair promotes eye end prevents thepi turning Ladies ami Gentlemen who ttear Artificial will find the RUSSIA as it gives it a natural aud renders it and It is ge nerally remarked by persons wearing artificial that after e short time weaving it becomes dry and and easily discovered Hiatit is artificial by usingthe Russia Oil it prevents it from being as it kefps the hair and rentiers iLs appearance The high reputation the Russia Oil has gained for pre servingaiil promoting the and the great demand for has induced lately envious persons to copy the and to advertise articles for the similar pur have not the cflcct It Is particnlarry recom iicadecl to observe the label on the outside wrapper of each jottle is signed hi Russian cold Mochriknfsky and any without that signature are Ladies and Gentlemen wishing to benefi from the Russia use it fur a short time itcannot expected to have the desired ejfect if only at Price per or one bottle containing four at one or six guinea bottles at five jSokJ wholesale and retail by ilie Oxfordstreet by Pcrfnnerto hid New Bondstreet HenuYie and Fcrfcmera to her Titchborue street Bayliry and Perfumers to the Prince and Princessof Duke and Dutchess of Cockspursrrect Royal Exdiange and by most principal Perfumers and Venders ia and BRITISH HOUSE OF MARCH A Letter from Sir John the 14th of on tiie Motion of Lord raJ to be luiil before tilt Lord HOSSLYX njovcd for Copies of the which had taken bitweun his Clun Secretaries of jjul tinAuthorities to the the and Uie uuuilier of the British The Motion which wns opposed by Lord and seconded by Lord Lord gavo notice of hisinteoiion immcuiatcly after the to brinsj forward a Motion relative to tbe of the Orders in HOUSE OF MARCH Ginuy brought in a Bill for makipg an Archway through Hiijligate Reati a ami or dered n Sir CURTIS brought in a Bill fur improving Smithteld und for the Corporation of the city of London ttr lands and houses lor that Rtad n ordered to be read a icceud Sir WILLIAM KidVight iu a Bill foi renewing liie Sunday Toll on Blcickn uis ilLBnERT oijucted to tbe Bill aM it unil tlie indvisti ions irli iVitasta of the who had no otlnr baa Sniniay for going ijto tlic countr fur tht of air and relaxa Hecouidnot help ivbich went to enforce a more particular as a departure from spirit of the Church of and therefore he should oppose also said a few wyida tbe BilK and sup ported the irhirh was read a Jirst The Ucu InJia Docks Uuad Hill wos read i ii j SPslXISH I SurretarjCANNING a copy he Treaty of PeucLaiul Alliance between his Alajestj aiid the provisioiial Government of acting jn tlie uuiui oi hU Catholic ty tinned on the 14lli of Janu tolieon the WHITBKEAD that a Right Honourable Gentleman the Secretary ot State for the Foreign Department id his he wished to be informed whether his Majttys Ministers had received any information to the ef fect winch had been communicated in the Pub lic that revolution had taken place in Sweden And if they had received he wished to know how far the relations of Swe den and this country were likely to be effected by such an CANNING informed that Government had not received any official and therefore he un able to give a prec ise WJUTBBEAP that the House had been informed on u by the Right Honourable tliat his Majesty had concluded a treat and nuljsidy with his SuredisK Mujesty wishedBOWto when it was the intention of tlfef Right Hoiioar able Gentltmun to lav a copy of that treaty be fore the House And whether money had been sent to Sweden in consequence of that treaty CANNING that iu consequence of the Adiirtss voted at the opening of the tic House pledged itself to his to support him engagements with his his Majestys Government had thought it their duty not to withhold from the King of Sweden tvhut might enable him to protect his dominions from the common What might be future conduct oithis was a question of too much delicacy to be entered upon and in deed his Majestys Ministers had received no in formation to form a judgment en the subject but he could assure the no money hud been sent to Sweden beyond the payments of the regular monthly subsidy up lo the present moved for an Account of the incidental of the StampOffice for the it including as well as Great HusKfssox bad uo objection to the pro duction of the WHITBREAD a petition from the publisher of the Independent now confined iu Dorchester com plaining of the peculiar hardships of his diii pratingthe interposition of the Tloiiae m his CALCUAFT he felt it duty to as a for the county of that many of the allegations m Whites po ition were detiitute oi Tiie SPEAKER having remarked that there were some informalities iu the Whitbreau consented to withdraw in order that it might be FANE presented a petition from Captain FJuxley expressive of his contrition for laving incurred the displeasure of and praying that he be discharged from Ordered that Captain Huxley Sandon be srought to the Bar in order to be ROSE moved that there be laid before the 3ouse an account of the official value of all the articles exported from this country to the United States of for the up to the 5th of 1809 After a few words from by making the parishes in tic respective coun ties pay the bounty as kind of parochial Hi1 concluded a variety of by exprvss iiii earnest hopes that the measure would pro duce lor the defence of country v an additional and efficient force of Tiie Bill was opposed at lenjjth by Whitbrend and wheu was granted to bring ii C PUBLIC The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER called the attention of the HoXise to the expediency of bringingin a Bill to prevent tie sale or bro kerage the of Situations The oiiij lawi extaut bore reference to these oiiences were those puosed in l2li of Richard and the 5th anc 6tli Edward The tirst jiart for the OCire of Lord Chancellor nnd m oider to prevem improper appointed iu their Tiie second pastel in the ruiijti of ibr its object the pro hibition of the wile of place c Coilrta of tao Department ct ths or tLclatter two being LO nectt with Jjie rewjrsuss tif the tiiis latter act all places sok were powers did beyond orrinc It became to paM a I by which such as haJ j come to the knowledge c the tliat punishment ro which none o Lne in The abuses alluded to i very rind lie trusted tiie would ajfrtc n the ijeceioitv of dmtely iiijoptinu am h steps aiiHtu be stop tlie coniiiuvmce of prncuctj so inpjiioiis tiie T Bill uoufd irot be aiunc to ment of offices th oi Lut pumshinglhe ot any salf is advt cr in any otlnr wiv wLich eould lye couitrued into an Io tbe wf places m public lie mnv ihij lor leave to bring in t to intention expressed in Lord toLKESTON i did not oppose the prin ciple of the but could not help his disapprobation of the time for its iu Tiie Right Gentleman irud that abuses of tlia nature alluded to limi existed to a veiy great It was if this circumstance that the Legislature had not adopted some thud of obviating the It was nei if this law was iv be that the House should be in possession of the information relative to the abuses in iu order that they might be better enabled ta apply such ii remedy was likely to be attended with a good and that iniVirmution oily to be obtained by pursuing tiieir in recent impovtaut to sonic stepj thut liad beea by iiK Treasury to asuenain a house in tho City really n iiid iu order fully to substantiate circum a person was to H objected to was m itself lugiilv aud deprecated such a disposal of the public added to he thought the time tixeiJ lor experiment was very its gave fiiosj persons aplea to refuse answering niy which irom upposeJ ot it was likely the of Ruglit iind it necessary to to on the ground that qiiestiOiisthev Hate Lne n at pretut coinpletelv in the bhuuid axe better mfonnation before pnviKedud to the Bill Tiie Lord permiabion uf the House to take mty of correcting a hmt gous forth with respect to what fallen him some few nights a noiictj relative to the further ton cf the Mi nutes of tiie Committee iipjomteit to the conduct of the Duke It hau tliat tile objict of morion to onng senile new cliiirges against Lis Jrioval Hig Tliis report he beggtd 10 as ins iteitfori was promote gatioii of the conduct of such perbooas were connected m t disposal uf public aitu The of tlse EXCHEQUER ex ihac Jie Nojle Lord naa niis when he thought him to that there ivere few abuses oithis jiatnre in If he recollected lie they had existed to a very great extetil It was from a lull and t tt such abuses had that lie thought it peratively necessary that the Leg slut Lire interfere to put them at an lie to for the information of that the Bill would not have a t tive and that it wan ivily prevent the recurrence of similar Leave wjs given to brintr in tiie Adjourned NIM J POKTUf MrSE MARCH u Between three and 4000 troops arrived here yesterdav from undT tlie coiniiiand ot t wat ordered to be laid upon the and to je LOCAL Lord CASTIJPREAOH moved for leave to bring n a Bill to alter and amend the Act passed dur last Sessions with respect to this military The Noble Lord expatiated at great length n the which the in castof must derive from a force so numerous and respectable as that of the Local The principle of the new Bill which he intended to propose to the was to relieve the Go vernment from the charge of bounty of two guineas per man eiatertog the Local Cadiz are Part of our army 15 eu camped here 00J irtuch troops are said to ha re entered Tlie 29th regiment is one of those returned fiorh UARK Numerous transports have arrived iu this under oisotne ships of hav tnooa above 000 many of whom landed in the course ot more British troops are and every thing sterns to indicate that vigorous will be nxade to assert the liberty of The ietur has been rectived here from our headcharters iu written by a ;

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