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Day (Newspaper) - April 8, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORMXG At six or APRIL Irlicn 111 tin Clianiber of the Guild i ua I Api il 6 9 1 Ttiat Court evinced its found to in the and it rannot but iriiipt practices developed by the House of Lloyd exhibit d nous diaries Commander in wbich have been and uhirh have in faci induced his usipn a situation of which he is n i esieui and gratitude of this That the Thanhs of this t l m a Gold Rox of the vsine of toGwylliiu Lloyd War of thhiuh SHM they which in aixluouc aud laudable uu i Thanks this Caurt be presented ioikt s Sn dcill of this Cny is iiuUnti c iht of his Royal liih 1 attempted to stem the tcrrcnl of c ininier of in on 1111 iu vu a a iiiulrr rr Kpp ar indirect prodnci uluch hd to a I jiliin of tc pco tihcision bus influence of which id other Public call correction and a and r us lv nnd of prci the iinti rigiits of To the VESTiC VM EN ofthe PARISH of A me to return you my most sincere thaulcs for the very liberal and friendly support 1 re ived from you on Moudny whfii a miscraWe at cript was to oppose my election us ycurVcstry Clerk for the piefent after having been for twenty yccrs before itnaMtnuuely Had charges beea bvought against me that poraess the least apjiearancc of I should certainly liiivc entreated your permission fully to explain tUein fore the clccrion hnt such ss were produced were so fo reign to any thiivgtliat related to my that I did not deem it necessary to make auy particular rtply to Independently of tha gratification I received from your unanimous choice of me as your Vcstiy I have fnrtlicr to thank you for the rery handsome manner in you passed a vote of ihanks and approbation of my official conduct during the time I hare been in yonr eiuploy and that you considered the charges bronjbt me cfi frivoloui and This Gen is by joiir orders cntcreJ into your Vestry and 1 shall uewr read without fecliupf the stronpest emotions of for tlie friendship I have received at only stimulate me ro greater in order to merit the of yonr Altlujyijli I felt i consciousness of my still this oppysititm has given me sonic and hen I coasitler the channel from wbich riiis CDiispirary against my character I think it my dulv to some slrps to bring the authois to punish mcnt but in aS in any other case which has relation to my public 1 shall certainly be guid ed by the aiivic of my 1 buve the honour to every sentiment of regard and Your faithful humble JAMES April TN PiuiiiiiifO of iu Onicr of the Honourable I House of of day of the forrjoin Resolutions be signed by cd in be Jlnmiiiij April of the PROPH1E ASINDIA day in the the That tlir iiahlicatjoii of a Keso rrnders ii oinc nlile and ndnt chamc at Election ire he inorc imperiwitly ii thus in favour f thu vix Di rotation as to of LO Proprlrtaiy at r nod t hut tlir tcn CjiMidaleuO this for lie Proprietary au op tlu ir dcliinratc tiiia I 2 hure lo meriting the suffrages 1n a at T Hi nigaed by the i hi I lie i EAST INUIA STOi K piThlic priiiipk I have 10 ibr iu the arduous 1 I ani I fully utinVr in respectful silencefor your de osSLntisl to your cud at the iiivitlf but 1 delay tu for the almost unexampled ami of support 1 haM rircivi d v hicli are such as to me as rj the 1 regret as i congest should liuve been uftUe but I hope it cu it coliecte1 that I i voiir Court of in recominendalion under the r was looked to with mJcli V iiiuiueiit by jour ddare and after could have had ne at the i it ii bisiilr j highly detrimental as i the accmnplishiurct n rsoaslly to my motive to iii tlie Diroclion al of more thousand M ii i if I sui ty iy for me to repeat sm elected you shuil Dud ena Ladies and Yuur most obedient KOUERT Notice is that application is now to Parlianint for Act mid niiKnoins an Act passed in the 2oth year of his present Majeslys entitled an Act for n Toll upon all Horstb pasbuig on a Sunday over lilack and lor tinmoney to arise there the Fund for tlie said Hated tiiis Sd tiay ot IE luluibitaiits of and its and all other Persons whose inldrsts may be af by the proposed are nipiested to Rttcml a which will be held at the Hrgh fj ou Evening at Srvcn lor the rpose of considering how far be to oppcse the intended or to endeavour to sicure the rntrouuftion of Clauses which shall be alrulatcd to pre vent any eucroachnicutnpou their Solicitor CUUYlON COLilT E Trustees forvebuiidiu the Courl House of town of in the county of gtvc Thil desirous contractui for tittint up Hie may delive Proposals sealed up I the Office of Croyiioiii by attcmbon of the loth iny April md uluit a meeting of the Trus at he Kings nt seven oclock in the tame aiiJ be prrprucd tnc iiaiaen of two Pcjstjas as Sureties the Conlrai liuiv Tenders Spoiinralinns may be en il liy rpplyni Jo or iMr the Croyilon Tindcis lor each Coiiit may be delinrecl Cruy April ti A TLAS FlRt LIFE ASSUHANtE Corntr of Atlas Comyany solicit attention to the iollowinj ad propuEid by To pay in yl without any aduitionai assure without any average at per cent ier assure iiitrclian in tire Ucst India at per per an by and to issue endorsements ancl fret ofexpencc to the Priite proposals be had on application it the of lice in or to the in and utlnr cities iiul towm of the United H EMIY DESDUltUt i n Committee meet daily at Hie in tnc where iully ivcd C KINGS April industriously circulated n WILLIAMS did not intend to proceed rdnesday the Committee Ibr cim llectiun assures the Proprie that a report if totally acroiis snppoil he his iOm to doubt of Captain it at the IxingV where will thankfnllv of GrlEAT lion in being aliVe to an ihe nuK he expince in the eiuploy i i aided fH TOWN for their adaptedto tlie prcsnl mudc 11 ef the most exquisite is ami from tlie Pu Aittti Scnonls displays v Printed in Rluo Celest and other nni Liiiar tvith to aud art DiniilV air 51 to aud an extensive of and Plain am for the iiriaiitia aliove to of i i the vmalityof his as a Maau pr rlLr to of patronage it has beec I from llic niny his 1 iiL this Company are that Policies expiring at Ladyday he liv application at this Oilier within nfteen days tnim that receipts being ready ajjieiJibiy to rcduccvl Insurances to at per to at per Doubly to at per AdvauUsfis to liinirers with this of in of without increase wf preaiinm by made charge 1 jr alterations or inrvcys commission ot allowed on shipping Abatement on country fnun to pr tipon tn premium and from 2i to 15 per the Farming iitock insured average at Jrhe Cotjpamys terms for Life Insurance nrc erpialiy aud IIOESCSS verv taperior claims to public pi t VM S inauuiactitred by have advantaics over those made in the common The tallow hems melted wjtli sleam in greatly in its quality and and the by being coatol with emit a brighter dame with no and are more durable than Manufactured only by the Caidjc and Soap aud fur tbe convenience of in Uuxrs ot Twelve UZcn at an4 As thii Company only deliver for ready tire mjuestcd to send references for payment in Lundfn with tlirir LIVMKPUULNEYV LIGHT carry Foilr sets out from the JS Chaiiug on and lridny at six through Asiiby de ia Burion jioa the Pottery to arrive to dinner Coach called the ROYAL thvoagl Noilhaiupton and am nioriinL5 at as The and aail rets oat Thuitdays iuJ at two The Lud and Milford Harcn MAIL CUACH every at and NORTH WALES Evening nt and froin the Gcoeral Office aT Sundays at The POST COACH by Salop aud Capel nt eicejit tf OEOBOE iOULTO INUNDATIONS THE GREAT LEVEL OF THE T a Meeting of the principal Proprietors Oern piers of Lauds vrithmthe Great Level ofthe 90 thcuth Jay of pnrscunce of a Resolution of a former Meeting hohleii at the Shire Hall on the of Vebruary fjr the porpose of taking into the serious and heavy Losses siidlninnj by the Poor Occupiers and Inhabitants within the said in their and from the himidations occiisioued by the late Breaches in fhe The Reverend GKORCE Prebendary of in tlie The following Resolutions unanimously agreed That a Subscription be immediately entered for the Relief ofthe VSw Sufferers wirhin the Bed by the late and that e to be called the be appointed for theMaimjciiiciit md Application That the following tlieJUiglit HOIIOUI able Em1 Reverciiil the Lord Bishop of Ely the and Prebendaries of Ely the Members dlfierciit Counties and Rorouglis within the BedforfiLtvel the of the Board of the Honourable Corpnratjou of BedfoiilLcvel the Heads of the several Colleges vritbiii the University of Caranrid je the Masislratcs within the Isle of Ely flic Cirrjymcn of the sivcta Parishes the Bedford Levi1 Snbsrriheis ofFive Gnincns and be of the said Committee aud that any Iivc havepower to act that the Meetings of the said Couiuiittee be liolden at the U bite Hart or nt such other place may hithought That the Central be requested to invite tbe Clergymen the several Parishes within the Bedford in conjunction with the and Over aud ruiv other Inkahilauts they may think propcv to call to their to form themselves into Local the purpose of collecting within respective Parishes and of reporting and to the Central Committee the Circumstances olbucb Ptrsons as they may think puper Objects of v Tbot tfie Central Committee be ns soon ai Lhey shall have received all the Reports of the Local Com mittees of llie nature and extent of the Losses sustained uitbin their respective to draw up a Statement jf the end to insert it in such Newspapers as they mayjudge before any is made of theMonies and also topublish a List of the That the olijcct of ibis Meeting is to relieve poor Cot tacrsair small who y late Floods have ust thtir or have been reduced to fiom the of their corn or or from being compelled to pnrt with their stock much below tbr in want of food for Occu the flooding of their and tbe loss of the proscet aiv liable the of Parochial Kates Tuxts which thcy unable to Sober and industrious Labourers tnii who in late inundations ile deprived of the meiuis of support and particularly such M shall be recommended by Local f r I exerted themselves in helping to stop tlie Ricnciics in the tiu remove tbe Proptrty out of the at imminent risk to Eooks be opened to receive Subscriptions for the at the Bunk of Bhcken the diftWent Banks at at Bate Btif and Charingcjcss Esdaile nnd and Barclay Lombardstreet and t has liiniily uiiileruken to jive inforniatinn to any P rsinis rcsiumj in Town desirous of jiromolinij the ob ett of this and who may wish to be more uf the nature cxteut of the lossfi That Blackenburys he to tbe and thut Kobert of be apueinted to whom it in that all Communications be That these Resolutions TJC published in the Morning the the the and liuiv and the Norfolk GEORGE That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to the for his great attention to the objects of is and for his conduct in the Sjjscriptions are also recjivcJ at and a with Warehouse and Louron and BlackiKars on City siae of tho aad if n small dwelling at tached tbe more EAST L WATER a General Meeting of the Proprietors held nt City of on th6ih the report of the Engineer was and A T solvfd to lie raided by issuing tbat proportion U new from which adoption every lour will be entitled to one iu or one QuartoShare at par to each Mr iiejs tfv inform the and those Frit mis in particular have been supplied with Shares bv iid rot at I end the General of the of above pleusig circuiii3taucevand to pre vent their parting with of the benefit to which they are U KSU AT to a Decree of the Court SL of Claiiceryfnisde a against T lain dayof tliu instant 11 of the Clock in the beiore JOHN CAMP DELI lisq of the said nt the Public SaleRoom of thesaid situate in Soulhamp n Lots situate m Houhtoustrett and Jennings and Solicitors in of Fletcher SALES 13V PRIVATE ALT To be a very valuable in the Mult ell deserving attoutian of ientleracn of For Particulars apply tt well deserving Particulars apply to Thomas f EASE of a neat small FAMILY EJ Bedford commands both V in re tiieJ yet cheerful cuntains two two and Ii2ht five bedrooms and clo front inclosed front area avul back tvc be viewed by between the of ten with to be had of tj at a MTY ROAD va luablc end extensive and Store in the with the Public Stock iu and other the aicherebyofiered for and the Trustees ofthe Estate will nreet UHh day of April a one oclock at he Oihce of ant in Austin to receive pnipoals for the purchase cither in one lot ov iu Any who intemis to make a will receiie every information 1 dat may be oil application to Bar and Grosvenor Preferable part of Oakley un the Surity side of By Bill singularly eligible LEASEHOLD BCSINESS with spa cious groimdmior and first story counting utablingfor 12 chaisehouse and extensive enclosed with a brickwall and folding gales aisj ad joining a plot of groundof about three Very appro priate for cresting a manufactory of the first These which are copiously supplied with are admirably calculated for a or any other where qace is neces tie of Castlcstrec H be LET or iigaiteel suitable tor a small Vi chtttrtullv situate a part of Hampslt with a and every domestic Particu lars may lie had of IS near Gentleman in tlie above line is desiiouj of and has convenient at a moderate an rsta biisled and where the plant will not exceed fioni to 1206 may hearoian imiuediatc purchaser by ap plying to NOT1C1 to All 1eibons having Claims upon tite Estwto of if ana of in the county ot ate requested tu cuinumnlcate the purHLuIars tbcrvof to Tyrrell and Sulicitors ile nicoabvaticerts LITERARY Stallone infv in Circles at the Court T SIR s i X il RACTER8 or of ie present Ccirturj in v U plicr with sVrt iKs Tliis Xcally printed in One darn Tree 1 METAPHYSICAL FSAYS the Fundaiui ilit some api the By Kl President of the Ruyfcl Irish A ElcniButs of GeoLgiral lier London Printed fur Of whom may by the privrted in Ufo ils i VILV ijian Essay oi tlie Fi ami Alodis of Reasoni Tins iJxy iio prii c in ERCDOTI ni TCfllAKVM LIHlil i i i ludcxUriiiu Eiilionis Cum Rrizii et A very small number of Book OT supcriiVal and pnce 1 the of h are expci ted to Porlii ofwinch qua iMnucr NViil be In Cue Erie in lies Cum utis ex vditiu r Bruiick in uuin Oxford the for London and and o ti This Me in i fivne H NETTS of tbe of iheCMVRCH of ENGLAND tUIAO iiM E bv inSiK bamlome Three in a nnr u Tie 1 it the Rebellion and Civil in of sorue lime Lord ot An Edition of Lord Chrcnon br nearly uniform with the rojai cc in vliccl Oxford Printed Et nn y Payne and Mulsummer a FAMILY whh good fur nishul or distant frani London iroai 20 to Kotrd insfkct toys four prin cipal four servants with good diuiiir housekeepers otlier oflices the county of Herts would Letters sddressed paid to Lunar will he duly attended Y before APiiiL on which Day the present Grafld Lottery begins and to Adventurers the Greatest Chance of a aplcniiid by the purchase of n single Ticket or ever 1 he Free Gii af One Thousand hole winch will he given to the first Prize on the first Day of affords a prospect of realizing a Ptize jreat beyond nil as through tlieiu one adventurer may gain all the following Capitals 4 Prizes of Prizes of 16 Prizes of a j 500 Besides as Tickets Find Shams are selling at all the Licensed Lot tery LOTTERY SVITMJLT Deoins THOUSAND WHOLE TICKETS for tbe Fii Prize above and ilVE iU C TICKETS for lln FirtIiawn Prize aljove mi li Sicond in axiditioii to the foiiowiiig Rich Csipitils 4Prizes 500 Tickets in great are on Sale at where 169 and sold Letters from the Country post paid Bank Postoffice Oi lUlls of shurt treated the same as if ARROLL and 2G j mar a the Fulilic in that Tiekets and Shares arc variety of at thiir for the en NEW which heins drawinon the J Jth oi APCIL N three Kliiuks to a Fiistlrawn Prbre alxjve Trill be also a Grand Prize of Whole SECOND Firstdrawn Prize above will be also a Grand Prize or Whole They of the Capital 4 Prizes of Prize of laree is in nKily printfd hy of hy rv I CVCLt Diction rv of Aits nrat aiiJ tn human Iy Proprietor i t ibn irr aru r ivri t This iii Par pi his arp pr ibc Cl Prrsi in i orJ a v J CiifNIS ft e i ai i price I C IJeiii prv i n uici Khodii El ut 2 C1 c1 1l Ulicdii Or ci Mi Honitri Ibiis el in Cari et Idem chart Ovii Naronis cv rum il in ix v curl Nifis In iiiim f i Ml oliin e Ci pri i in Iiienr pn Arabiin ancr Acccssit Ari StMre LL iniie ll I ls Ali Elm Alii Coruclius Van I i K A rici si ii pjjs YL 1 a i Ir s i BE OtTRSUAiNT to an Order of the High Court JET of made ii n Cllarlcs oue ofthe of the said in several at the public oale Room of the the and the 15tU days of the hours of and one m the of each day several 1 reehoid nnd Leasehold EBatcs ofEdward late of Man situate at near aforesaid Lnear Grays near near Gray shuildiiigs and both noar Jlaiichestcrsquarc PaddinS tonBtreet aiid both near Notuufhnm near DirUe strect near TotteuhauicourlroaJ Bnitiia Mews near Manchestersquare aud in the Ceuoty of IidJk at iathe County of Particulars may he bad at the said in of tud aud of Messrs Capital in the former ta hive been sold aid bTCajroi and am the paid on STATE LOTTERY 1 Si trsldrmvn above will be also u Pi of whole Ticket second aiso a grand of whole Tlity of include the following Prizes Shares are entitled to a propnrlion of the aliove Tickets are belling by HOJXiES aud Sti Jameslsstrcct by whom tbe following GaoitaJ i were sold sKaredin the late 1 I THE vTni ririY This IJay ii lars an printed with Biographical r of every Count LI and trice i iu or i TOPOGHAIKICAL of Documents and to the respective rr ly preface o M L oojort or plate in and the vsriws It to the palotion ot ar in md tl f f uni iti Clerks 01 the fe ha TV betr to it an Authority on of the tcpison wincli he tt for Rschrd tl be bad in Great Bii taia and
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