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   Day (Newspaper) - April 10, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY At SIX MONDAY APRIL PHKK tdlVMlITOKS EAST INDIA public ciple which I hare ivil tw hope in Ibe arduous I 1 under rtspccltnl tiliuceforyocrde VP cKciitial to ymr and at ihe tn myself but 1 cuuuut delay to for the almost unexampled and of support winch 1 have received ubich are such as to give me liycs as to tbe 1 reitrct as much this rfinUit should have been delayed eel ot tlu but I hope it cau o u is Jthat 1 wait f Court uf Oir i in i rteoifiineudaliuu under the T tookcu to nith much the by your to and after could had Uo choice at it is highly detrimental to as it prevents tlic accomplishment piTsiHallv to explain my motives to i in the Direction nnvinj nl iV more one thousand i i only tor me to repeat it 1 uiu Mcv led bliaU fmtl me a to atid Your olindivnt UOIJEUT April as malicious as f fur iav ihe that Captain MI to proceed lo the Bailut on tliat he is not eligible tn Gentlemans npin lucantrndirt ihe tame in I hope tiie FrOjiritton of P hj unworthy suLterfujes i i fur rijiil of v y coniiivmication vill be vuh are tri u al Laiydiiy agreeably to tu it pr irr LMIF to at js i with this incivase of Nn lor CM commission of i mi sbippict to per lniuuitii and to per clause at tnris fur are equally to pa roi rtlaiiv iciniiiiisliis iliat btuis oa l tLtririll lie1 Tirktts ikawn fr Oic Coiiiiiiifsionerp to vish to a chanee TIKHSANn is IK I In Irizc Orawn on slxuiii iosr no nr5 i viv Tichi t nnrl Siiare not s irc In he in gieat ct Tirltrt jriren to the vrvc UtdnesJay the Grand S and SIIAFES arc HOTT trlling 5af Lciltirv the uf tVr cr ii thatisdraxin nimre i in euUiiia tn thPrijr i iu like ILSriic of without irapo aa curl purilniEtf is the Lottfry IIul the GRAND LO1TJI11Y pns cf 1000 SVUole Tickets for Iit cbovr the Dar Tree Tutctt for the First aborre tlskin i i 2 Piizrs of roo j 3 alrjTt Tickets in ai s aii Cjipitnl Tickets and in bat to loi ii d up ia the linrk of for ihtrr is crcry probability of nil tne MI mumd a rrcoiBinecdcd by CHRISTIANITY AMONG THE a Scimom will be JL preached at Weststreet by the Rector of Clements Afternoon Lecturer of in the Paul and the Free for the Benefit of the Londou for promoting Christianity nmuaj tuc to bcjin at six IN Pursuance of an Order of the Honourable House of Commons of the 2Jd day of Notice is hereby tbat application is now making to Parliament for an Act for and anieininv an Act passed in the Jljtli year of his present Majestys n tntitloi an Act for lay ing a Toll Upon all Horses and Carriages passing on a Sunday over Ulaclc and for applying the luoney to arise there towards iucrcniinj the Fund for and hepairinj the said tins 3d day of THELULSSONS COMMITTEE City of London April THE evidence respectingthose of T hcilusEon which irr at present the of so much unmerited prejudice ajainst thst will on Monday next be and Mib mitted to the lropitars of East India Stock and it is very that tiioru Praprictois who anxious to do justice os this occasion should remark that these abuses did in fort by the voluntary acts of both in the House cf and be fore the rommitlec of the become matter of iu The Committee that they their invrstigntieii by examining into a rase brought before them by George Tin E a Member of the ia which his patronage and ronfjdence to hive been grossly Iut it is must essential that the should know end Thellnssons Committee have the authority of the Chair man of the Committee of the House of for the that the two following passages of the Repult after a full investigation of the passed unani It is a satifacton to your out tTideui K remark nothing nhith traces any one of these corrupt or improper bargains to any Din or induces a reasonable suspicion that it privily or connivance of sny Member of tiin Court Tbe oatli taken by the Director seems ss ef fectual as nny which can be devised fur the purpose of so far as the Directors tbemclvrs arciinracdiately concerned and your Com mittee hnre already that uo one case of cor ruption or which has been before them aifects any Member of that Let tlic while they themselves consult the these1 It would bfc extraordinary if very when upon a so insterial to his interest and produce with the Public and tho Proprietors of Eaat India tljc cimdrumotion of when ciicrtcd upon the minds of an hrlpartial and intillijfnt Committee of the House an una nimous coimction of bis innocence M TiE iiJANL and 11 arquaint the S PAT t TICKETS v v 11 to tlir ailvrnturcrs in 1 Tirkcih to first tie first day of i i K ts IQ Uio flisi lecoud of in i I i of i a e uow on Sale at old Of and the by RICHARD tlie LUTTKRY CRAM jo j iilsi Grand FiiJt 5 H for the lea o recommend the MS nu i wjiuli nnivtral sa I SALES BV PRIVATE CON TRACT TIAT fine copporerl and copper of he bmtben of CliJ fonrtcen nd four brass siiU remarkably aud can be sent o sea at a cxpfuce the Ship is at present in Import West India apply to Siciuin Grett aviiionstrei aud very large near By THE with caVly a convenient in complete which con ains a handsome 21 feet by 17 and J fcrt diniu and five bsd and ether requisiti a very arge and productive end spaciont forecourt tUe tuation partirubirly rievs tVom the aek fromt extensive held for sixty at a to uud Soutb n extensive roomy genteel Family good near tie EY A Good FAlVilLY with a complete jLM suite of four nine with dressing cold aiid a capital wine nd other a rood grten house roomy ack The whole of the premisesape copyhold F subject to two inia Tbe Premise lay be entered upon at Midsummerdfy Further may be had of Houji and Estate No n vnrv A aid iJl ttiit be n ETTEH to JULIUS Chairman of TrunLCssoVs City of London Oth On my arrival v tliii I witl as much satisfaction I rni capable of your name to an Adtlretv in favour uf Thcllunon 1 au rbrrefiire enilioliii Red tn liouble you with this no only from that but as the severe probity of yjir and the mrrrv with which you vierJ of will you best to appreciate the integrity of my CGUMUS and the rcirorsc I at this feel at situation to wiiich of fences have reduced I shall not rnlaige much on my nrijinal or u liethtT i hihii to and vrrknown or tbe intentions which I are excuses or Invested with no public in the kiudnrsi of jiriratc I may seek some from pablic My by lo confirm TUU in tl conpideiation you have had of my and to that neither liTCctln or oid he know or participate in ally part of the abuses that tbat he is not even frjUr of cr want of due in altenduip lo my as tbe Report of be Committee of the House of Commons dots not contain mv voluntary 1 think it right that vhonld know u lint manner I obtained frotn tiy Consiu the Uritnships Injare me The first IJrnyal that in fnvour of I obtsiiicu from on the plea of a wish to oblige iju really with a to a political to to myself in no respect of a pecuniary nature iiid such a treaty was actually coin mi uu ill I accepted a retribution in Tin second neutral I obtaiced on the that I wanted lo my old Sir and BO it stands in the of the East India The Madras I obtained in obiijini a Friend nf with a situation in which was by the person who held at my 1 sm to in all atl every wns as to tbe ijualitira of the pcisoiis rccoinincmJed and thry hare idl uniformly both from ti and such na were eminently qualified for the situation that they filled and of them at least on these been recommended by his super riors to the pnrtieulnr attention of the This I nm if to TC rify upon i oath solemnity to the solemn assurance I you nnd I that in whatrvei iight my conduct may be Iniey yet rank with those though they may not have the virtue to ab stain from Kiel yet too nluch pride to them bv Towaib on miiht nctcd ill more caution be alight have scrutinized deeply their motives towards cue Si bo in the ncnr nJaiiuri that I the companion from bis the friend of most conBdcntiul momei tbe adopted sun cf a person whose sijuatiyn iu whose friendship placed him abovr exaiuiiiouon must haveappeared as sn pcriluous as it would havu Ixjen degrading Excuse if in what I have written I have adopt no pity I been speaking of my oxrn conduct only it relates1 him I have iiwn riidenvouring to juslTTy a person I Ion eeivc and know to be highly arc my feel am ray at this ef fict of my are only to be imained by who like their ofiences on them bat on the person whose confidence thry hav 1 mast also that seuee of justice alone dictate this The hostility betwixt Thellussonan jjrrviuiis lo ihe isclosarc of these transactions was as no could easily have healcc vhirb tueseart not likely to I tbat feeling towards me may induce yo to this leilsr tlrtmc may be my bu your my cousin may yet rue som cor 1 do make oath the contentsof the above paper i are I sworn c rifhtlf Day 1609 j Sijacd JOHN By LEASE FAMILY RES fi Chzijc be Lambeth contains five tuo par convenient Ticket s for iewinaybe bad of and the ilaisti PmtVsional improved LEASE of a remarkalily JL cheerful snd IWELLINGKOtSK of brce moris on u with n aid fnll com mud uf view hclij anifncx lired term of niue at a very loir rt nt Tkvita o view tbe and apply lo Roomy By VConvenient DWELLING larpc and bv well adapted for a situated ear and held for twelve at Iov to Hopkins aad Jeiirable Leasehold and High By A Valuable LEASE of a substantial Brick built HOUSE aiid situated in the cntrica part of near upwnrds of 20 cars established in Coal and Potatoe sells JO luildrou of aud seven of potntoel per is IsJ to at a rent the house iu sub taotial three fronts three four ooms on a two good coal and potatoe large cellar holds loo coals cotu ijtni for lease and about nou nnd nxes nearly made prfient Proprietor blijcd to 50 in the country ill btate of r further apply on tbe Premises or of Noble and OIF By HARRY THE noble and tnily cnpaeions late the Residence and Property cf his Gnce tlie chbtwlidp of situate South Autlloyssjuars The angcmsnt of this JIanjion it upon a fraud aud saiiiciently for a family of iisiiiiction andits mite the situation fashionable and entril to the Houses of Parliament and aud lyits proximity to the Part and area of its owu s rendered airy Tbe promises exhibit an xtraordinary pile of substantial brick planned udicionsly for uniting convenience and sod coin irise within the mansion sixteen cliarnbux with distinct econdary itone staircases two ppncious and wrll propor ioncd lofty about by expcn ively and sittingroom on principal witb a jraud stone itaircare Icadiw dininjparionr of Bircspondcnt aud with an inner and outerlmlVon the groucd and on the baiemeut every description of domestic otlicei liich 11 miracrous family cna a competent ar of and an excelientcold with access by a tubtmanivus to a detached iitcbeu aad the whole forming mpcrinr e Tbe ttuurc fr from Ht the tri ial rent of 32lper be viewed only by Tickets 12 and 5 every day except Sunday with Pricq and muy be Lad of New JL be LLT on n rcpairilig Lrase for Jl foui witb Coachhouses nnd n Garden situated nesr Campden of ilr partly for MX or twelve FAMILY with fovir two two ktr ire situated at larly miy bn of House lv Kstatc Hih To completely r ten weeks or a capital four best and n drijssmj tw o cajill reiitlemans nnri thrcectrll or aud Tickets to ajply tn be bv a Brick sitnitc id the contains four two two and ifaruen rent tin vinv may be bad of and near the Mursbgate or of ojiponte the Ciaplia DUTCH FHOM THI Jocpb of h aler to surrender aaci at one At w and Macclesneltl iiuii Luko of dealer nnxl April at and May at at the Puucii Bbikelock a4d Loudou and Snu Thomas of milcr aud April and May t at tlie Suifoll and Gresi London Richard Neeiiiiarinvarket Tliomas of dealer aiiJ April 2 and May at at ther Vhitc Hart Mr London and Samuel of dealer April at ana May at at Edward Jonah of cotton manu dealer ami and May at at the palace William aird Ralpb David of denier nd April aud Mar at at Spread illiani aud M John late of dealer and April and May at at the Jead Exchequer Office of Londou acd William Tubb and James Henry Alexander of nursery aud dealcrrjnd April and May at at Guild Jonea and CoventGar eu John of dealer and April aud Slay at at Old lish trectj Doctors Johu of Lower April at the White iart Swnlc and of near North np dealer and April at Mciy And at at the Crescent North Fcnton TO he LET on capitalRoomy Pre well calculated fur a Ladys in ihich line it has recently having ten commidious Enquire of and Agcut Ncwington UPPER be tET ou in Ippcr near a DiveilinghoiibC with Wart house toethfr witb or H Bon with Parti inquire nt in the TO be or the LEASE to be SOLD bv Wi LLI ofa ood 1amily situate in Great eoutaii x two tiro am mvenicnt in a rcmpletstnte of ilars nd Tickets for may be had of Williemi 4 and at near Marsh TO be furnisned in a Modyrn Style WILMAMS aGcixteel the High near 1nd turnpike contains tive Ixd dining oarlours cntrauce forecourt laid out with in a nea svle Particuhirs and Tickets for may be bad o Chaiigcaliej and O ready 12 miles from a fcntecl for six or 12 months the round entrance parlom J containing on rood liuc healthy part of she by stale aud fiom London almost every Apart otthe almv mav be token if more of Kcrd ChcdnCat if by poit The Emperor liis not vit srtoft for the nor us the Austrian vet left I Ins tiie surprize of ninny iicMtits that the may not hitherto be completely iiiul totally broken always scvn that his iMajfstv does not set ortto join ins army until lie inurrason to think it is asseinblcvl pniiaifd tov As what uij ci the Aiistrian he no nt pnHic hi ciri inmay haverc Vfil orders not to leave tliis nutil lie siialFiavf seen our ace and his fur ther he rfinltre totally Iroops now on their fir Citruiatiy Italy received orders to make the nt aud for that has doue Ly some of to the Imperial His aftir paw OIL pave au rfience to the deputies Elertoral of nine the in an appropriate some time Ins Ma hich addressed his His in conversation with thp ine atter the pu of the Sfl Cvi Milue and Ttin Hat London aud North May Thomas Plumbc and William of at at the Globe July of at at the Bell May of at tt tVe Black Bull May ate of at at Lon April John of baber at nt JUBC George Kobinson and John of at at May Benjirmin of Little at at this on his ay io confirmed of General Cyr which Ills calliil u tbtni to and nuulc them yixe liif ofioimnJiifl to the troops or the pcrfoaiiiisj soruL1 inancca Tiie Generalif hifs been appointed by his ilajfbty a of Divi Hu to tht fjivalry tt tucliid to tlie arniv of the 13ikLo nnd is to have under him the Cleiurai iuee and The Spanish who arrived hero on ihe from vill continue ourney on the 22d PaJnfox is to for tlie uuutr tiltescort of one of it i puss througii Tlie npon ii defeated the corps of and of his under the walls of Marsha Duke of as to jvnve passed the oil the lOth at or near to cut the insurgents under the command Madrid is extremely tranquil only one regi ment is left in that capital all the rest of the troops have marched for Toledo to join the General The Marquis de competed to fly from the mountains of has betaken himself to the coast of The small body of troops which le mained to him have been completely cut Tw o whole vclio had eseortyci ihe garrison of Lave returned to The tropjs that quartered in the barraeks on the icnrts of iortress have also marched for that ieve the in the regiments of cavalry have been made The 1 HiUi aim regiments of tie They are arrisons of and rds have this lettris IVoin at had A battalion of funilcers ot L day arrived AitoMiiuif i hair the o marched 10 commence the siee in Ar It is ippocd that tuiall fort can hold out above a a our roadi from ruct1 arrived in at at William Henry alichzel Edwin aad James if at at the Bridgewater Robert Roe and Christopher of at at the White Lion May John of at at tbe Globe George uow or late of the City of jewel at John of at st William late of Wbite Lion at at Guildhall May Paul Eache and Audrevr late Basins at at S of at at the Manchester May Joseph Aller of at j nt Paul Andrew latr of at at Guild Joicpli of Canuuii at tt APKIL John of William and Afbton of SentecliiTe within of South of Hox of late of car PARNERSIlirS John Thomas Thomas acd Jouu of eartheuwfire msna ftcturen Pnscilla Twyrross and Charlotte of Da Tlcisun nnd of and John ofAIOjate alt ers and Robrits nnd Jmmei tf Joha Jmnta Eeujs min and of Waru1ovd oui Thomas and Johu cf Kolmts William of John William wiuc SawpetStrpbeni sud Johu of Lower and John Martin ef Clmmley acd Iiaac of Wright aud Samuel of in iMorcan and Jokfi cf Potter aud of Turner TsCi of Da vid wareVouscnicn James of anu ood end ne were dehvtrvd ticer who sent the of proceeded for orders arrival of the o i iiiijtr de uant and landed en I ipa to T 1 lie to i tf of Fredeiickiiuru corted by two Danish that a revolution has taken pUce in that the mission of Ofncers is wilh that e Dutch Farer that the question to continue to u ring tures of Tbe bain paper sev articles from liUeu v late uhicli ue with thuse already in AtlTirr wall to thepui t of oir and particuarly as cxir tlie Jiff far as no atjration is ia the pnsccl Jroin tiie lay jf the surcffdirrir the g J aiticKs ie fiiciully U iu Dutil untltr tbe c cutral or u The tilitar from Landau GKSIH icjiiren thread in i spccifi c Krut iut lo adui harbours irdcn with pvcKiutts of v 3d tiv u ui   

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