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   Day (Newspaper) - March 31, 1809, London, Middlesex                                EVERY MORNING AT SIX MARCH PRICE r 1 X II suriltilUy informed that VAU Kl MONDAY paa ot reipei tahitit v anil at i i iiv ioin of n tlic study of present Tlii four cn will mnkc appearance npoied br Afiss Adams a ucw will bo Clown n Mill i to be r ils Pit Js Gallery Five to beiin nl til liMin Nine to Fourrtt I The TV ot M of the City if i i Tiiiiiorrou at FJcvei tu iIlsidrr the propriity IHnhises nsn of tue li CiilniHl his in torward and the t CUA1M H i KviT i libckfriai s r fir INSURANCE lor llu GRANT and i linnrnnceb a i d days M in nis an accordini to tin uith ilii on the Pre M re iM1 ul A larjjeail I LD 1 every ii cjiivrmcnrc of tin U Oilier foi tin end nt AI on tlic liric u 1 y Si ami 1 i Ale have over ilie common The tallow is improve iu its quality and liy coated with emit a niiii no are more dnrabic nny by Ihe Cinde anil Soap ennveiiietiec of in of at i uid J oniy deliver for ready are to tend il i nidon with t hflr I K tn tlte Debtors and1 Creditors of M late of M liartK5 having aswiirncd all his estnte of Lambeth and for the lenefit of his Creditor that the Mild ieed of assignment i oiine of William for the signatures of nny uf the John until the and nil Creditors who not hare jr tbeir intentiou to cither of i i on or before tliat will be excluded tbe mg fitm the esttite and eficcti of the ttid who stand indebted to Mr John the lame on or before the 3uth i M WILLIAM ANT to a Decree in his iijade in a STURLET the creditors and Icirateci of JUDITH lair of in the parish of 1 or before ijv I to in bv their Solici Tie tbrir hefore the Deputy uf the said at hit in tbe in tbe Inner or in dr i hfy wiil be peremptorily exclueled the be i il further particularsapply nil to Philip 13 AT ID a Decree oi Inn Miijcstys w made in a M AVX creditors and lejra 1 MUI late of in thr i in the county of oa or before the te cocic in by their nd 1 and claim their respective Rcmrmbranccr nf the said in the Exchequer in the or in tliereof they will be tlu benefit of the saiddecrce Jpjily letters post paid o i io a Decne oi hit MajLftys made in a fr the apd IfgutePS of Chief Justice of the Island ot Ippcr Kin uf iiiih day of to come ill by ii their n and claim fore Deputy liemem J at hit in the Exchc ur in default c excluded the bcnelit of Tor apply Inner Tt lo a Uccrcie ot his i ill a of JOHN late of tbc Old Bnch M ihe date of 3 certain rrobt in lu viJ cause and ve bent lit under the on i ef in by tlrcir i before tlic Pc of ran at bib iii Iimer i I je pe jni jitorily excludej furlbejparticulars to Philip Hurd N T Decree of the Court lujei iu a BuRTOSi against of this instant i before JouN CAMP t t of iaid at the tUi situate iu Soiitliaiup i tr iu sevcrul uistmct 1 in and iu in ity of njay be lisd thesrid in FLtcLiv tod Suli UIliflN THE GUEAT LEVtL OF TiE AT a Meetingof the principal Proprietors and Occupiers of Lands within the Great Ltvc1 oftht ealM Bedford holdetiat in the tith of in of Ji liriolulion of a forner Mcetins holden theSbiic on day of for thr purpose uf taking into CDnsidcrntioh the serions nud heavy Losses by the Povv Occupiers tliraid in their and from the Inundations occasioned by the late in tlje The Hevcrend Prebendary of in t lie The folluHinj llesoltions were unanimously agreed i be immediately cnterod for tbc Uclief of the Poor ivirbin the Hed by thelale 1 and that a to lie be appointed for the M Application ofthc i subscribed That the f theKipht Honotir nhle Earl if HardwirUc KrverenH Lord IViship uf Ely Ibe tic Oean and Prebendaries of the Members for tbc diiTennt Counrios and within the the of of the HtHiourablc CiTpnrativn of BelfordLi vel tlf HfniSs of tbseveral Colleges within the I nireritv Ciimiiridire t be h Isle of Flv the Clergymen of tht several the Brdford Level iud all Subscribers of and be of the said Cocimittee aud llat nny Five have poucr to act that the of the said Committee he holden at the White Hart or ulsuch other place a may be thought 1liat the Central Committee he requested to invite the Clergymen of the several Parishes within the Bedford in with the Churchwardens and Over ami any other they may think prnpcr lo call to their to form themselves into Local for the purpose of collecting Contribntions tluir respective Purishrs and of reporting and recoiiiiiicicliiij to the Committee the Names mid Circuinstance of such Persons a they may think proper Objects ol That the Central Committee be as boon a they ehull have n ctived all the Reports of the Local Com mittees of the nature and extent of the Losses sustained within their respective to draw up a SUtemcrt of tbc anil to insert it in such Public Ncirspapiis as they may before any application is made cf tbc Monies subscribed aid also to publiih a List of the That the object of this Meeting is to relieve poor Cot small who by the lute Floods have lost their or have been reduced to from the HeRtnvction of their corn or or from compelled to part with their stock much below the in consequence of want of foot for them Small Orcu notM itlistiindiiif the flooding of their aud the loss of tht present and future are linbJe ty the payment of Parochial Katrs and Taxes which they arc unable to Sober and industrious Labourers and who ui consequence of late inundation arc deprived of the means of and particularly ch as cball be recommended by tbc Local for having exerted thcihselves in helping to stop the Breachrs in the and to remove the Property out of the at immiueut risk to That Books be opened to receive Subscriptions for the above M the of Blacken Ely the different Banks nt and at Bate of Also at tho Bauk3 of Bid sud ChnrinciOFS Esdaile nnrt mid Barclay aud at William who has kindly undertaken to give information to any PcrsonsYcsiHini in Town desirous of promoting the ob ject of this and who may wish to be more particularly ef the nature and extent of the That Blnckcnburys he appointed Treasurera to the Central aud that Hnjjli Robert of he appointed to whom it ii requested that all Communications be That these Resolutions oc published Sn tho Morning the the the and Bury nnd the GEORGE That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to the Chairman for his great attention to the objects of this and for his conduct in the Chair Subscriptions are also received at Dare and BILL Tuesday a Green on Thomas for dated two months after It cauuot be of to payment having been and the Bill not in Whoever will same to the Swan Brew Execution receive a reward of Two ON l2th oi tUe tiraixrf STATE LOTTERY commeneei The SCHEME is ncd besides tbs FREJi GIFT of ifuro Whole Tickets for the First Prize above 1 the Day and 500 Tickets for the First above tke SrroTid thrre arc 4 Prizes of 0 of I C of 2 of I 10 of All of which may be gained by One if purrhtsd lirlHijtlie Tickets ill surely rise the and respectfully acquaint tbc tliat Fifteen Honored STATE LOTTERY TICKETS will be positively to the adventurers in the new which is to cominence Drawing on the IJth next One Thousand Tickets to the first drawn Prize akuve tiflren the first day of and Five Huinred Tu kits to the first drawn Prizo above fifteen pcutKis ou the iccond day of in addition to other of The Tickets and Shares arc now Sale at the old Of of and the of the by RICHARD Cxi the only person that ever Fold in shares two Prizes of who also shared and sold in the last both Prizis of and a of and ill former capital Prizes to a ireat GllAND LOTTERY Druwmo the lath cf Free ift of Uioo Tickets the First Prize above the First Day Free Gift of Whole Tickets for thu Fiut Prize abuvc tbe Second 4 Pi lies I 5 j 0 The value of the ahurc 1510 Ticiiitsia ai tlicy may contain iil the Capital Tickets acd Sliaifi at present SUT selling iu irrest but curing to ieji Tickets bciuz locked Mp in the Bank of England for Free there envy probability of all rrmaijdcr bfinr fJld hcfjre the Wheel Reos rouad a jpetdy purchaic ii therefore by who sold and registered Last 3rt000 ever all in iu iuiy be Supplied the same bvrcmlinp pwt aceompa with Btnk or Puit LONDON PORTER THE Public are respectfully tliat the Prospectus is nowready for and may be seen by applying to Joseph OUt iny Broadstreet Cornhill and Francis Northside of the Koyal as Treasurer for the time is authorized to receive aad give for the in the name of the Subscribers to The Lou dou Poiler In ii tew be pulj a of his ExfeHcfttyCavtaiii Jcne ulDonJosK now Mr Cardon from an Picture brought Spaiu by an Ofiicer of distinction jisrurrivcd in The of thKiifrnvins to be the same as that of ienerals and Price proofs To be published Fitzroy nnd aud Cucksiur PITBUII of txsucctaljle eliaructer will dis clcSe to any ludiu who has the command of u large a plan for a negocialion of an exdaurdinai v and well calculated to make an immense upon condition the Ailver tiensball be ciiiitlcd to onethird of may be realized real aud to Cavcndish To he iT on fur M a comfurtaMj OUEIL To and lurtlicr on apnlieatiun tu n1 aefev Pnreruoster roe be iiirur a L IIOLSE and rent coming in may be cjitcrcd ou immediately a lessc if to A lad waited ns be or tinLEASE to of au unusually convenient substantial FAMILY iu Complete jnd with immediate possession its contiguity to town it would be eligible a hose business requires u daily ntteiidance in the For Pmtinibrt auu Fickel to npply to Robin Great Coramstreet or be in tlwvi cimy of Bedford and from tht of ihe or of a conveni ent siztd with every coorcnience fuitfd for a small family the houji it in excellent rfcumrL aby aud furniture mwietii if taken for a ItiiSth of tenm would beTtry applvat Chariot Rathboneplace O L U A M TREE opposite O Lady wisttttyiet part of her Houir Knrnlvbed to a Gentleman whole bourt are with or without A GentUnuio to trouble of would iiad it a deiirable titrnn having all the comfoitt of k houte without the nony inconvcDieuciey attached to of addrew at and Saint SuowtiilL O be two substantial DWELLING large tabling for twelve with other and un extensive well calculated for a tim or exteniiie business re quirinp or for crectiuj situate in Saint in Munn ind whose term expires at Mid summer aad urc remoTius to Red a view of the apply to Muan aud for Reut and other Paiti rhlara apply or by post to Mi be for the Term of Two or Three s Capital Spacious situate in Epsuiu eight principal aleep with drespiijtrooms nen anls beu a and drsM ingrooms of larce library uid with a suitabe of domosJiC and a fertile garden and ty a biick with and a neat greei lioxise double stab ing for six hurscs iu ao iiirlosftl May be viewed with which with Parti may tl KM he LET or JL auiui piiiioLH and requisite ciiiTruuncy for a fo ten and for three kitchen Ru1 all about six le in thneis of the punhase may reiu1111 in U fora of of tlic vaji tn to be it an 1 HOUC Psrlitiilii XI Talei VAIJE so oreat a 7 demand for hip jnfitiyiiiimreil in addilioii to hi d many ckaiii particniarly in the Chiucsc and wid can the Beautiful and and cud and tables fjr tea and aad cottonboxes with neat who tiicir own TuubrMsewarc can be be supplied with every article iu most beautiful wliite with varirly of Menhauls and dealers im the bcit terms old or tsdccu in cx LIGHTING PnHsh f Clement March THE COMMITTEE appointed pursuant to Act of for and Clcajsinsr the said live they will meet in the Vestry room cf the said on the 21st of Apiil at six oclock m the afternoon to iertive Proposals in foaled from any Pcrion or Per sons irillin to Contract with them for providing aiid chjht hundred Globular Lamps uith one brcadwick a sample of which must the te be cleaned at least every fort reipiired aud to receive Proposals from Persons illinj to Contract for cleansing the Pnb lir and iu the said andtahinj away the Mud and other and the and Rubbish The Proposals to spe cify the Terms of cleansing and taking an ay tbe and other Filth once iu every week or oflncr if and also of away the md to which tbc will be entitled each of the said Contracts to be for at Miruael the Contractor to find all and necessary tot the several aio and to suflicient fccurity for the per formance of the Contract the form of which may be in spected by npplyinj at Commit at tic Work house of Sraiut Clcmeul The names of the Secu must be spcciticd iu the respective By order of the THOMAS FRANCIS SALES BY PRIVATE Mercantile Residence Royal A Spacious auJ capital Leasehold Brick situated the prcfenililc part of liaiuliiimely and m food coiiUiuin cisfht an exceeding good countiueliBuje or nnd numerous domes tic Term four at a mo derate to By HARRY 1NT elegant and substantially built I1OUSE and coachhoiue and adapted to the of a person uf Thepre niwes are judicionslv anil the rooms of noble in suites on eaeh aid compe tent in with ollices of every requisite class for family and particulars be kuown by ajjyliration o4 7 New By HARRY Valuable FREEHOLD with capacious pic tint and a library suites oi well arransfed jiriucipak stone and stconciiry and repietc with rvi rv do uKstic and with loll fiJiy to the ucommodiiriim of a ifbieetble Ia and le by witli Tfrms aud IK at NLM This Day is ATALOGUE of BOOKS inr comprising many curious and Dire in in various which are now reauv at the price by So BOH Bloomsbury where Catalogues are to le of Books or i On February price n be cniitinurd HE LONDON Co by RICHARD iliut I for Samuel uud sold by Cambridge BcUondf Edinburgh Dublin by all other will be pllblishfd tillirst of This was in npilE BRICKLAYERS JL of all Mjrts of to tiie Pratie null hsri t and Omr uf the Fonuatiou o and the he IL of to he hnlei a variety of and fal tion on tlii important Rnnieii tie il lustrated by various Co jipeipluk By Printed for at the Archuertura la lilrs Price I I i I t jyuY KuVU A with of tlowsUc and for finir seven aciCjS of Tith iiieii inlo aud by sjravul and scitcntU by a luxuriant an exeellein w alii i The M in hiuii aiul eompetefit to aCeotnnioilate a fa 1lie situulion is aud within tlve uiilcs uf tile M fay be viewed by tickets Tt Itli prinied may lie by to Harry si tuatcd in tlic parish of near BoW contiinint 11 at pirscnt but highly iuipnnrible in its from its a stnitnm of cxrrllcut fit for tlic pur poses of tilehiakiuj or and itM brim in tbc line of the roiui frum Limchonsf to Partof the has bven laid ojt into lots for of which tUe anil further Iarticulnrs may be had by applying to Jainirs tin in COTTAK for Samuel L of be t l W IR nul K ictinis of pi ia Jl LIA by Riverside rcry extensive LEASEHOLD now lit tbc occupation of The premisesextend 68 feet in front upon the and the same length nponNarrow by mi depth of 5H and are cxtrtmely attention of persons cecteii in trade upon being equalled by very few situations for the very internul accoinmoiiatioai convenience thvy Pa t of the Premiss sre held 2 of which J83 yeitrs are rcmaiader under a of which Gj years art aud ore possessed by tlie present oceupinrs by at a Plaj and Tickets to view lie aoply to ALTONU an detachrd 12 a rcmarkiilIy dry healthy complete uvat two china am on t ho 51011 nd ftoor eve and up de eoitasfc with appropriate rooms for Lmkehoiiir and wilh coach tbrueiUU and retry requisite an excelUni Ljaiden Nvcil abundunee of good both ami aiioul ton arren of prudurrire ad urin Inere a fixid The freehold and tytlae eoachos to Irom London and water vuriasfe twiee d in Uf i in ij ulid I a Italy tl Sslatl iir J price i bv AhVui will ten by ei K THE PORTtGvESE Thii Day elegantly ivriate in ilvi small embellished with jiie e iu prefaced by aa historical tory to tbe LUCIAD the Discovery of H nil Epic translated by iV i Ju tVoui tlie Piirtiiiuese uf LUIS 15E Tlo fifth cditinii printed lo coiiTspotul Lei Stransfibrus translation of the Sonnets of bail touched vifh nnmerons historical The in their criticism ou this PiKitij tbr folihtting riatteriig e uuniKTiiatO if truly cUjsical noble prodiicion places the fiiius of iu and tbe translator has done himuli tbc liiiiiest iu making bjs author hve m the fulness ot in all the and IwaUiy of our bcruii MitMe hiu excelled even himself m hif iruns latiou of this such is the mellow spiuit and richness of his In we do not hesitate lo that this translation stauds uurivalled by any but that of the Printed for Allen and Temple of Iiitance from iiyde be Fur apply to t or by Itttci to Mr No Jnuics This Day is in two splcmliJ royal illustrated by Fortyone maay of tbem coloured after by the puts five in nnUAVELLlNG SKETCHES in RfSSlA g aiid made1 diiring n Ijesideuce iu thoks Countries in the years isntiv and i3y ROBERT KER Pliuted for Riclianl No and to be had of and aau of above mentioaed Work claims n strong icta res with the Public from tbe the Authorf nrrption tliCourts of ihc and la the i of rauk and and j his known powers of by the the elaini1 1 is itl 1 iiinii Pintable This Day is iii six royal illustrated colouiil theThird niiich aii rrcc TKII or t rt M Prr lim A I he lln of a short lease in s o anil i Tin nid s t in p ol C iih carpel I r tlu in po Mr in possession of twj 3id a raijienters b Toe Pivmiics extend from io llie Uo3il lo India thus a double rrjin their ciiitiEJilv to the India prtsent for cnrryin the urauy other trades connected with the U est to bj Imiuling several lots near the propel ty situated for for above and for If j 1 Si anil Ireijne1 1Kiin very Part of I iie Kiiif i the most celebrated mo i very Part f e of Ihc am to S or to Jnmii irajs Innsiiuare C r witu tn tbe By Rector of SMiusiifI if i Printed for No lestr by all by tho u and at the if Guide to all Piuc in or iu t London for I i witU F lit A this otl lie United 1 oinf t cdDittionary of ti uewly drawn Tniec 2 JOMiviEUUAL ROAD and STEPN L Lot A very valuable and highlj improvable j on the North of the oppoj to Stepney extaidinjf nearly to Stepney i cf a full rope will A In th H J N EASY TiiE LAWS AN CONSTITUTION OF LNGI by Questions aiid Jaaes for S d by a convenient and with otlicr and sundry in the Samuel whus in terest will expire at The above coutain about all trciiiciy well calculated for altenrx the direction of the would admit of strect be iiiomade lead from the to the situations for bouses on each side of tbe An aud valuable situated al in manorof near a tiill leuth rupe iound ard convenient rope nnd tar and a nuaiher of acrej of excellent By iVe This contains just as mucli of of the Laws and to be known to every member of no prron cuj be as p to sustain with and aavanlii or active duties of It is compiled on ralrulittd fur the use of and it nay be taolit to all boys abonj 12 vears of as a of their ordinary eriu without any prcviojis on tle f the 3 correct synopis of and it is well adopted to initiate for the and articled clerks tinda mcatnl jlrinciples of English 1 fur Richard hdon thVabovT is to ho had of M now tbe posof rion of and wiioc iutcrcst tncieisi will expuo auo at 8in Frcen thvce sides of the property being bounded iW public and it uirtapcf from the Mile Endroods r onUa few it is presumed that this u CSt t all tate n field for l tsry BooVi adapted to the practical us GoldsrailYs Grammar of Elairs Gtaiumcr of Chciniatry Grammar of Blairs Msvors Elements of Short Lrid AM niemsnib it and now in of Mr Georja whose interest I Joyce s ij thrrcin expire disu at U10 I Mover s 6 f exeeot about si thrrcin win expire also at U10 tbe above premises are eNeept about acres of 1X is further Particnlars vo Ocvuiishiie or to James who are empoweredto trrat for the sale of the aud whom enrnved Pkins of the cttito may and from o 6 o o ti 6 D o o o o f Ancieat b circle of the 5 of Eugliah 7 s Letters ou 2 173 o on Philoso 14 0   

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