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Day (Newspaper) - April 12, 1809, London, Middlesex EVERY MORNING AT SIX or HAST INUIA i MHIs thanks ufitfita M my y ei n with i i llttil Ilifre to tllC ucettl Liter tLlcleC v ii llir reatet I in I ulvdit ut AM Grand STATE LOTTERY GALA at THIS trn wlicn liolilrrnf tlicfiistdrawu Fi ieabovi will lir entitled i Chance of 4 AIM Ulmlc AiV S a us KElvLY 1OK TKK a a J of Tipc cull have n el tcr 1nr AH letters Innl eiirertcil for will be duly attended j n STUCK j i i i i observations to of an i 111 UlUle i thai i f Mr JHli t hrif In i in and v I VeT il i uiijnjji r to return til Dnicilya ial llu Lift thus il Till in liinrn i u rlietiii I by at rtctirmnend in I r si tu il I tv I lie 1IH1 oi j a a Youner who ior an ontelnor pilinl as in am IIniisiin Hie lnre ran nialuliimiif ustnl his mijilnyvrs ran Uell il a Mere inill uillrcsseel to V Lawrotire L be iii the a COKFEE Jl HOI K the Lease of nly yeiir il a Imv rent Kt ofihy per ior at le be iiitho City of near a CHANDLFKi SHOT aiu til let oiTin n spccta lic iii ior Ul gratuity for IVrlicuLi s eii oi FAST 1N ei el i ilic Kinds Head I ia the I llii ie Ill in ot the oXys nut in i I to sup ei ctils wf i t eaii M any s l ii such a i This stiuriuiv in riceuiinvinl Ro ty the at large fen SAKITIS i to et and dis i en Joip 1 be Hi ate it to auy e i r tin s exeented the it D s Ill In i I oi orelrr thut U llic uaiunits abcertaiiieJ jirc nnd in TinstCfs A f the principal In tin anil it con ui I tin pirpue nt takini ci a IJill a K VN Chair iv I1 eliriid 111 i Ill eif all1 ils i i i n coiisiin1iiily tnr 1 irell i Hll Irein iiassiiiu i a a shonli i liltei i i r lnVmf left tic thanks eif tin in n tej his afjlc conilnet in ttic an LEASEHOLD IL in ptrlVrt on a jiOel riifrMiicff linll ami a txiue iiiil on the Viiir wi li mahogany oneut I hy with a runscrvatory LH iVct a second JO feet 4 by a tliiri 10 fret S by and an antimom 1J fift by 13 iee t s u itli wateiilosit on the Sf are1 three priiiri three 5001 itil anel a hiniherroom on the the hase story the with cscolleiit cel a slall with jeiod coaehhonsc and rarticulars anJ Tickets tor np jily to Loiicarro or to The under the largest drawingroom un rapabli eif being eoiiviitfd into a diiiiiii ninin unp S tory Tav tiil THE JAPAN Madfhv OAVaud HIS with half the usual produces raost brilliant jet black nflordi peculiar nourishment to the not soil the lintst perfectly fief from any i will retain its virtue in any ld whokiale JJay arul nt the Holborn rctul liy stopkstrcft t Ax the principal Prr ami in the and in every Town ughout the in stone price i i Iorriun the are rcspect ii nn n ihib liten 11 if and IK to iy on tn lie hn 1 eil the Mil by H Amelia iVin lie Frjnch of In or the BaneUtti nf the ice by Sophia author of Ltl HATS COiQl 10 arc choice in a beautiful Beaver arc the artist has disco niary iiietboil of Jntlia tnr it makes the Hats superior they keep their nni the ul a colour after bcin soaked iien ejtirei iii Like a soft ami make them the snnn as v irn uant 1 hose jiTe a fair trial will haves suti siipirio the Hals arc ie best Orders to make them n ise thev are tea hhillincrs and than auy Hat bought a Hat a wer is the money will be re ewill be by nnlcr of a Kc n in Tin lletait ami nu other sUup in of GREAT in beintj able to an i tae and he in the employ by local J OF TOViN PRINTED T feir their j i tiJujiteii 1 the present morlr of tinmost cxcjuisite i iud the Pa V t nnei riru Vl Llue Cdfsle and er p2culariy i cuioiirs 1iiiiil i j for the I n iiisjiritien of ipjality o1 Li eu RS a J ui it j 1 v tf rur tve j i ami culoureel Straw bisto inform the Nobility rind those who honoured him nilli thiir eoiiiuianils list for his Straw that he to for their liis eniro uted which he from their pe culiar nilel will he Iound far to any tiling of the Uind introiiaccd to their notice find need only be to be Tlic very rrst lie has iihcady from the and nijist the first Ladies of Fashion proven stifiicicntU their superior Ueauly nnd chjancn uboTc n aitii the Uind eTir ami caiiiiot of one of tlir nf the to acquaint those Ladies him their that hr has now on salea variety of the most approved varic and which may he hue at his house No New His last Moss Straw Bonnets riritimie on innch imjiroved in their Vahiiijic Copj hold ii he Permpturilj to a Decree and Order of the Court oi nuiile in a wherein THOMAJ MOKKIS ami and JAMES sox aud By CHAM The person appniiifil by one of tfif said at on Jlon Apiil between the hours ot 1C aui in Three COPVIIOLD si tuatc nt within the Parish and Manor of in the county of ad joimnp tnrh siilc of the leailins from Hampstead lierjh to the containing about J4 acres of with the family nml ther M ith thr appertain ing to the with tlie shcdB for stalling and stabile and also the and the several other limdsr anil late the property muel late Th nhuvemciitioncd lauds proriuce the best earth sugarbakers red red grey chim Premises may lu ficwcd at any time previous to ths and Particulars nt the said Chancery Inrie of XNS Tcmjile of Chancerylane ani II GraysInn and PROPRIETY of PICKSONAL BEAUTY anl Health cannot be more essen promotwl than hy attending to the tionof tlie NKWrOVs RESTORATIVE TOOTH PpW vci rivwl the apprbhition of the iirst No a ycncrous bran extensive n scries of as wel as the attesta tion of itssuperiorexcellrncr from the analysis ot its cuniponent parts by tVie most cha IIKTC it the most pleitant Vcge tnblc Tooth Unoivn to increase the beauty of thr promote the durabiiity of the which in consinuencr of its eaperiennd brrn honorrrd with tlie immediate of their and tne Tiirious illuutvious brancius of thr ia the United Tooth Powder is an astringent and aitiscor a eiciicale extremely grateful to the in its in to those who aijiiv i it in a en lain to pain or decay ot to the latest period of faithfully prepared by I his Jnte Guut from the frmuine Re cipe o the late Sr Hichard to their Ma and for exporla iV Shaw anu Pauls he hu empowered to make a lib Town nad Country ASJ iiy and nt Newtons latt Bedfordsquare d nnd Mtdiebe Sailer in the liiag c SALES BY PRIVATE By WEST India Dock Commercial Coinitry Auction Albion iruid Mun aud Kenuit Canal Nrw the Information icil by his Attorney Oeiieral iu the Court eif Kinds in the year naiul John ami Jr if furihrr pro ccnlin5 instituted zaint the sjiei John MARTIN there he laid before J flu tiibC a ilo liut CIITUIH ot ll iticexii liJS 111 VUMOIH LEASE Goodwill of nn rstahlisjud Uusinrsi in the abcwn must advantageously situate in a reputable iifixh a of tiic u iatje aiiiounfi on the avcrajo to a crnvrti uriucipnlly from the rubtoiii of faiuiiics on in and hacuajjOt tlc to Am I Compact ftiDily Cuttaije anil tniuii Ey HOCJGAKT and A FAMILY con six and an elegant by and anil kitchen astifully iouble coachhouse tn our rich padiiork cjctainiuf ibdut four laiuftax m1 pos be TIXWCI Tickets with frrfher mny of Hoogart and Royal IrRon THE LONDON APUIL lj Lord of the County L vrdou Regiment of Local James o be I and Lincoln Regiment of Local to ho Coloncl Commambnt Charles to be Colonel Charles to he First Major iohert Esq to be Second Hnllanil and Boston Rcsimfiit of Lincolnshire Local Samuel Richard to be Liiuiscr Ivejimcnt of Lincolnshire Loral licluud to he James laifc of from April IS to June at the White Lion GeOrge of from April 15 to Tuno at the White Lion Josiah of Toxteth dea er to surreneler May and at at the Kinzs Arms Attor Hatton London Jshry Benjamin Swintlen uad of dealers anel chap April at at William of South and Ebcuezer ot at at of at at GiiiM Philip late of at at William it at the Star mill Garter Lawrence of at nt Stephen Morgan and Matthew late of nt George if Cranbournslr at at Daniel of at at GnihlhallMav Daniel MUinlay and Abraham of at at J Thomas lattof Law ut John of brandy at at Henry Grundy late of moneyscii at lit WiUiam Fen of at at Guild John of shop at at the Keys May William of ihix at at the latr of at at the Rummer All Thomas ol at at the New Exchauge Robert of at at Dale John late of Jcwvy at at llay John of ctjlour at Joseph An of at at May Joseph of the Old bookseller anel wholesale at at Charlts of at atGuild late of t at William Winter the of painter and at at IS Jeihn at at the Old London Inn Uobrvt of pro at at William of Tokeuhouae at at WAT Nicholas of of Great IJackniy of the Robert of BroiisrliUm ucar of of usnsmer Davis thu late of shop of Charles of William of PARTNEUSH1PS of Baldwins irnnpiatewoiker and Genres George anil Benjurnm of Coruliiil musical instruiuf Vhomas BRITISH HOUSE APIUL A new writ was ordered for the Borousrii of in iutlie room uf Cotencl JohcJ eje Thc Bridie Sunday Toll Bll was read a coacV The House itself into a Committee of whole House on Divorce called and aud the ileport ordirtd to he received On the of Sir SAMUEL the SCCOTK readiu of BaaLrtpt Auieucmeut Bill was poit ponedto Friday Lord pave tliat Uc sVnuld nmi tnett be laid bulurc House a Copy u 1V1ART1N uej iaiu f the Houseman aCfunt of fees and Jovci ilment of th Liross amount of the h rfuUel in tinoffice of tlie Secretary at in and ypon the proof c for an of it wt Prity V1 ever in o shooh I J U of Thanks to move of 4 u drawn the name f wi and 11 i t i i IM i I t ll of as every coiue iiHu the ol tnj n titj of into the t i KOVI the in still in the untody oi lit Ictivcrcil tc iiie iati3 lu tiiej Sir JouX roniplinnci tion ior aa acccnint 01 tiic paid o pniic in Ireland the Ioinluct of the oif of i I J TLuiks to Sir Fiaiins Lore the wi i rcpi itntj h5 i to lecoitnt he uitnc AftT i Iew ount was should that tlic rhiiirLto 1Iftiinii detained in Ot iale should he moved for a new ivrst fojthe Borough of in the room of Henry iiuce hit accepted the Chiltern The of the EXCHEQUER that the order for printing Reports of the orainissioners of Nuval together with the Appendix to the be Tlie printinexlpences of the lionse hud increased to r c an in Use course ol and ha thought gentlemen uonhl do well to aanse in future before they moved for the of such voluminous when their object fully be by making selec tioiis of tlie more of Sir JOHN NEWPORT he in his hand a lieport relative Presentment and Assess ments of the Juries in which dis elosed various that would uevev have been nade known had not ihose reports been pub deuied the exiiteoce of tlie abuses to which the Baronet and said that no sums were under the present ments of Grand Juries in except with the concurrence of Judges wltt After a few words from the CIIANCKLLOU of the Sir and in and Sir CMARLLS the or dered to be printed without the CANNING Conies of a Dis patch from the Secretary oi State to and from Sir Charles Io tbc Secretary of Ordered to he on the to be Sir Jons NEWTOET ave iiolicethat tomor row he shodfd move for papers io the appointment of icliers tu oi Inspector General of the Excite in THe Irish Sugar Spirit Distillery Irish Constable Regulation were read ac ordered to be SIDDLESEX Yesterday a very numerous and most respec table Meeting of the Freeholders of the County of Middlesex took place at the Mermaid pursuant to a requisition signed by the for the purpose ot expressing their sentiments of the abuses disclosed by the ituvsti gation into the conduct of the late in first addressed the Free lie smd the object for which they met this day for tiie purpose of express ing those sentiments which could not to suggest themselves to their in unisoH with the common feeling of thenation at en those transactions which hud recently been laid before The and with which Colonel had pursued and completed thetask In had imposed upon entitled him to tlie praise gratitude of his It liau been and evin confessed by his Majes tys Ministers that gross and strong suspicion of at been found to prevail in one of the chiet de of the We had now innny years been engaged in a very severe from which it was utterly impossibly to extncute oui selves with hopes of that core ibn which ought to subsist between the tn the lori ii in Parli port he i li tnov ijy i ins iinnor of on oi to the OH the 31jtiolis of u oir iiie tiaiuc of a Tile of s ave to rec if nad for tlie n iuis mariieii iij piiVtn ularly the1 it into htarv a Tins was also earned when BYNG thanked tiie and fhe which wou spirited address that it would avail thgmsehcs ol the excited throughout the obtain a complete and radical of HII If the people betvutto if they would speak their be f and universal The Tenth Resolutions ivtru expressive of an That from the part taken by Minivers uunng the late they were guilty of a cornipt dertliction of duty as Representatives of the mid ihjt such on could be reasonnbly etitertaiiTcd of any radical reformation oi tie abuses of which people until the of troverunuut should be entrusted to thr caic ci men who would be the not the of carried Major RrciiT then avaihd opportututv urging incessitv of a vtform OL the reprcseitiitiou in Parlii the only by raciirj and h on tins dn f ly he l rt n the Siaie eouidb CLARKSOST te a nrin take a inon woul ubject into vote ceusure for his late acd sui aid alllidtigh heard nndicatid on the liOU a nJi 1 ci York was oiCe rtctly tic Alter aijle uoir who an ami ue wus unwortliT tin the motion was agre a ordered to be piiuhsi tKanks of Mtetmg Wtre voted to the for in the and the ecLou lor the ins itii that tiiat LIJI inarmed l EAST INDIA iA Tlic Minutes of the pioiiifi fore the Seiri t oa iiie the Abuses of this on the table of House ef Cwmiiioi i i extremely JUO foio It tin of it Sigo and Loru v Lord Castl aiiJ a of others but as these i anj on oi H man to burter a Seat he iad it not in his power iir a lie lailcu sfje any ttigiiiis is to to iiaines from tne l ii ho prrvaiicatfil iiiiuseif in tve v stage ot the 1he oc cousin m i J 1 111 ITif I lliLie 1 It vernment and the and excel tenceof could be tn iis correctionofabuses wliere ihfy sliould bef tr that J1 d li v 1 it tic LL bias nut o tins and that Ili ih i in tiltV L It was very much to be that the voice of the le on uus oc casion vviis in direct contradiction to the nuijonU of their But it was cnh solatton to that there was not a sitgU ruan in the kiugdoia whose mind had uot De ceivedsome that opinion of iiie wis distinctly and of the majority of their was uib tinctly aud decidedly J It was how tie title given J to this feeling on other hen by the sentiments of to accoru with tiiK opinion of they were then J stued Popular But on the ccvn when the opinion oi the piiblic dia metrically cjipcsily to the it wus tiiew Iopular C i A wenio until he sppeanj torj in fame 03iri nf si f Ul ff t r ile m tne After several other NELLS concluded with an eucotnium ou and and read a string of ten in which were m sub stance t an i pa L Vis snail sperdliy revert to thne Cc1 do MGt terest wSiich to some ICLTI i but it is to be siiryof England is tioii in the Kfvrnues of the Frt that if I he of spread thrnuvi its r
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