Day, April 15, 1809

Day

April 15, 1809

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Years available: 1809 - 1867

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Day (Newspaper) - April 15, 1809, London, Middlesex AT SIX APRIL t F the Person who called A few flays since in of tin In JL the City fur rfiiiuut receive it or ind conthe fiom the couitrv who called dav for IlllifC e i MI the Ihc 1 inra i nit lie ils cpf Uiffinatc anil ils rrlore the inipc Mill utc every ito i ii should into I Thilt lilt1 thailks of lu the fur atcon oi ill Ircrnii a nmsl Mi i member will cutitaiii cliMavter ihe of rvrrv Ni ul thc same pireei and a Ui five Svith tlie will either or both write or cjll on the maltcrs will be settled to accomphsli their dc POLNDS for inj nrc Ten Portuguese Sailors liavt r and received two mohs to proceed on a voyie to the coast of in the Urazlliau ship dc to liay oiAll Saints nhoevvi will iiitelifiirc of these or where they are tu be will be entitled to for each on apply ing Antonio Antonio da Francisco Iijnaeei Pedro da Ala miel do J SALES I1V npo ami jj larrre quantity it twcutyiucu to be hi lols nut kss than each il No DoclursCmn i ncnrly situatii iitnv iiniry The punhasi r s for his Iarluuirs iuVire of Auc the Lease Risitlence in Glamurnan and 1 j from 30 acns of excellent inea s J II ALh and Furniiirc of u tWO inilrs ll oilicc AM of FIVE Fiiilay I rose cllii TirkcU and tne iiewt of will rereive 1ive lilc the fortunatr h lie in TICKETS MI i I iiect Irzis en n riuliy sld 111 I in I have thr y shan a of i i iv Uic will be I hje Tickets which mny nrrantetl 1111 id I and thiir a culm n 1 In g l acquaint iirv rliili Tickets ivMv of Mi i tlic nboic liets which i 1rlzv of and uf liave lieen a in a Cieiitid is Tiuhr ioLSKMA a VOCNCj can worUwell al her can have an umhmaole character from her last u here she lived ahov aiiuresstd to at Bnteher he duly atLcudrd to Jniniss TO be LET or on the South a Family three roinusuii eacli duuble stair the best bedrooms towards the Park and entrance into nni a vifiv over the on the ilutv the whole in order and perfect re of a family ior jiply ov to tail her No norsE M VICINITY Trtfraiitly a very newly fitted and furmsUcJ in the fit for the immediate reception of a rcspcrtabli fa inSunth a few toors from the further Tickets for at Anctionprr and Hoiibi near tile Kin tl ist to the ibis pillllir i iiS kind irlrn i to ti uuJ lie lia on the c rns wiilxiut iciDoved in a Und at two to upon 1 u mi Irs lie iipnn vrtiitifoniiflicil or a Biuall in the well ilnteit fj snriil It rousifts of fro with a nJ all proper on the tmee btdchainbrrs anil two scrvants is alu stabTni fur live nnj stand for tio with all nccessaiy and convenient A cuixdcnrrliii in hiirh condition anrl xvdl It will ho let with cither or in acres of and more may be had if The uliuic uf tiic laiul is situated round the premises and fiu liier may be known on application by loiters post paid at the Crown or of Cirnientcri Inn To be by the Worshipful Company of on a lease for from thuse very fXttnsive PUIIIKCS siniatnl in Old the City late iu ttf occupation of Nupper Pvtrs same will be let at a Quarterly Court of the said which will be hctd at their Hall in cm the at oclock ay a nu clear of all Ihf projjrrty will be il at the Clerks any day be the hourj of ten ami previous to the of may he viewed ol the present April The landtax is tn a DftTtc of tlit Higli Court the the ithc ol nt the iu i in oid inrk ri the county of MiMlcsfx in the city of iniy nt ot I irtchtrr and Soli the Debtors iiiiil of late uf all his eslile i of and of his Crediters 5 Hint the of of any of the uetil the djy i i xi niui shall not Iwc lliKir to ritliT of will tin excluded Hie w and eflcrts of the said inVhte t5 uiv1 mi or bfurc the AKilHOl pal titular at of the to the pnscnt Jl 01 he Teas solrl at this tlc circnin iiudcr these art will insure the cnii tinauiice of peerv mav ill sorts recoiiumnded al lhir are in deliierrd by jnu ij SCOTT most reperrfully iii tlir ami tlir particularly tlic trieiuis of their Into Father Jrjrgt they liavc coniinfncrd bnsii of Laoics Direst in tiie xurirty ot ttioc nt ii niny kindly favour them with their tlint it iiil be their btuly io execute tlic ssmc to tlicir thorfby to merit a roiitinuauci tit thir This i eoiUaininr 1orlyfivc in or half 1 Irindjoiuely in or MiTtrs GENERAL ATLAS the Uiiezpirad terra of four SL anil a will 1 rtwvyuj fir to in j liooses ut thirteen eiijht a lunji i lotty ut two aliuut by Ci iw nil 760 yniils yf a onv of iivv tlcaucst stvctts iv held a T by to YM C IO AlANUiACTl UEKS Banting detacied IKiOSlY which arc nearly very exceptions tiu1 V on tlie txjiidonsid road are held al a very rent mr a ifriri of a valuable plot of of al the of irc couipU teiy a capital to House nd for Iarti ore at jo for a of The Irish ilie Snval 1 Ofucers penny Lord LiVEiirooL laid table pers relative to tlie moved that thev be Lord GRKY that it would be inconieaient lor ieerrto attend tni day movod that the order of the flay be and the call of the House altered The Karl of LIVERPOOL moved for Ixminhms atlendaiice on in to return thanks of thy House To the lately and tlistir themselves in the of Lord AUCKLAND wished to make some ob which would tend to elucidate the subject of tjie motion postponed by his Noble LoiU to Friday He would iiot long occupy tlie of the nnd as his observations wure lie not require either an or a full to any of theinfrotn the JVoble Secrctarv of unless Ins Lordship found himself thctaakon soshoi t a notice a tlie Ihe tirst related an article contained inthe treaty of aliiauce concludeel he scarcely whom fov tt the moment when it bad been our annv waa on the ai y ground c t o Sir TiS m of of the to iC Vtlil round of hii el preroat cttion from tbe br f Hooiiiy LII with in the hands point of were and Ferdn name it Was of IIAKLES to moving the Ovde ol the that iiutivr be callerl to the to state the Cir cuaistauces which induced him to trouble the Ilcusft with a complaint against that Had lie should Lave suf fered the iitter to roi but tiot the slightest apoloJty had been AiOutthreP ociock in the of a servant ia livery brought a krttri to adortssftl to Sir He opened it Siijreiie Junta and in wose advertently looiting at the and remained a prisoner and largr enclosiJ by j The urtick i which lip eoinuliliii well a1lapted cj acknowledge lr his or lauiul successors ii cuijtliiiif the throne with the consent of the Spa f near low to t i anU tur tvvtive at and Ixcellent limiMyainl near U with early of a B convenient in compttte which laiiis a 11 feet by 17 and 12 fret uiiiing and live bcii other requisite a very productive antl spacious forecourt the situation particularly and the views from the hack front extrnsiw held for at a eTiuncl to ajd Suutb N extensiVi FAA11LV with good ear the with a com plete suity of four nine water cold a capital wine and other a good uith and roomy back premises the whole of the premises are copjhold subject to Tlie Premises may be eiitereJ upouvat Miilsuwucr day Particulars u6Iind of House end Estate Newingtun Valuable aud deuable FREEHOLD with cipnciji9 and a library of well principal stoiiand necondaiy and every do meslic and with loft OVM fully to the accoinmndatiyi of a respectable ia and centrically situate iu be viewed by tickets may be known at New found the purport of it to be a of an luconsideral k siun of money due to soipe per sons of tha name of Walsh and As he the letter eii 1 not concern he was to to deliver it back uyuiu per iii who had brought and tell to the O of n now a thorough repair and ittinj up suitable fora with a convenient private situated in a very crowded and populous ready moiyy returning only two doors out of the is well worth thv attention of any youiij wan iuto the ground relit the amount of will he and a plot of ground to on liuildiug Itase for three in the mort eligible and pleasant Mart of thr inquire at contaiiiinj Maps of all lh Em and tlie df siriiiiiis tlie former and present of eaicUily from tlio best authorities jfor C The PiiiisliiT respiCtfully rccomurfLids the nVove to the notice of the and the Pub oi of it oortuMc size oud enlarged by of the iiiifcions of ihf 0 the 800 new and beautiful IN elegant detached with within four nailfs of the of Id ut a Jow of a comfortable situate at apkiisinj distance from the and di having a suit c four ucll proportioned rooms and hall entrance front a coach circle thiiivlo tjood and appropriate of fices soii two attics with The pardons near two arc laid with of a new erected prttn iinti a the whole forniinc the cotince further Particulars apply to md Estatr Newinjton uf Ihc Iigh Court i wbrrfla THOMAS ttiulJAiiES CLAUU one of i M on Mon the btniri of i ia in Three COPY HOLD hii williK in lh si illiKi and of aJ tailin froiu Huinpstcail nboul 31 arrts of Vjironertv of Sa the bist stjck1 m iy vuircil at lime the said Chauiery itriipie CluiTiiylaie and and oi H the dress 4OO town only flu coloired niuhliu stciidid cvinin ivoith 300 rich Brussels per yard 40 cambric 230 very and Mil the finest 1J India jaconnots far IT yard and 90 3s 1JH fnni to 3 guineas the piocf am 90 I13J ival 7tadnes per worth a 700 da aud disper taWe cloths at little morethnn halfprice of the coenterpaues in the kingdom Irish strikinfly ciijnpi at the Pano It willbs particularly necessary to observe the name and NEW LIGHT TO carry only Four out from the GOLDEN Charing on Friday six through upon the and to where it arrives to dinner the iecoitfl The the UOYAL through Korthamptou aiJ ou anj a jsiuifj TiieOXIORlX and new fits oit on anil The Uerffe j NOUTH WALKS General Oiiice The HOLYHTUO POeT COACK by and Cape at Sniiiii Miiford Haven Samliys at illrjant Tow u lie a substuntial well built JL in Port elcijaiitly Turiiished ii the most fashionable new withiu tlicse last six parlour and two handsome coinniunicuting by folding superbly four bedrooms and un excellent fitted up crery held on 14 years of which ore at a very low Immediate possession way be fur ther and Tickets for apply at Samuel Auctioaecrand House SUPERIOR Al his Comer of GREAT AS real satifiictioii in beint nbc to an 3H nomieu tu the and lie after incurring runsideiablc evponce in tlie employ of tlie bfbt aided hy locul A SPLENDID ASSEMBLAGE Of TOWS PRINTED Of fivctl end for their and which arc peculiarly adapted to tht inutlc of as it combinetvtry f tLo txtjuisitc and flejant and from tbe Pa ami Asiatic and irepiays an iuiiuite variety of Printed iu Celeste and itoyal nud othor nJaptcd for nnJ Bivnkfast with rorrcspotiJHig uiah nation as the only sovereigns of He ebjecteil to the former as likely to in volve the British Government in all the intricacies otliourbon policy and to the as ultimately tendingto Joseph Buonaparte the lawful king of in case he should at last meet with the approbation of hiij new The next observation related to a ptomiie made by Seprctary of that the fullest information shosld be laid before the on every point of the late Vet one of its most imjibrtJut and unfortunate the aurvcnder the squadron at was illustratectonly by two letters from Admiial De Courcy the one advising Sir David Baird to protect those aud the other their loss and their num His LovcUship also wished that a Tnortrde tailed account of the losses sustained by our army in Spain should be as that which had been given was evidently erroneous or in Upwards ef 7000 meu were acknow ledged to Iwve or been taken by the but a strut examination of the sub would at least ten thousand British warriors had been snatched from their The last remarks he would make were on Freres two letters to Sir John and the mysterious and oilensive to which they and the nature of which his Majestys Ministers had not yct utifolded to lie did uot presi the rvoblo Secretary for an if he wen not prepared but yet he thought the subject important enough to deservehis The Earl of LIVERPOOL wojjld at the pre sent give any answer to the madeby the Noble They were matter of would probably tind a place iu the nibcusiiou relative to the campaign in which would take place on Friday lie would that he had not had time to look over the returns of the of our army with as much ittentii ay he thought required and that he would take care any deficiency which might he in should be made The NoJ Lord hyd that more than thousand warriors hud burn awny iroui tiie service of thiir but he begged him to recollect tlie return of contained those Mifkn d by onr army ever its in in battles of Ro and whilst couipeHiiii tlie French to evacuate that And during its march and retreat through As to the message sent by to Sir John it had delivcitd verbally rm rnenionals of it and his Ministers were as totally ignorant of its nature as the Noble Lord did not look on the observations which had been made as mere matter of argu arid regretted that they had been an Objecting as he did to the A hole of the treaty of alliance with the not the representatives of still lie thought the article pointed out by Nobie Friend en titled to uu increased portion Ferdinand was acknowledged in it the only Sovereign of Hail then his Majestys iViiuister ad mitted the justice proceedings r Hud they sanctioned ihe forced resignation of fhe aged Charles As to loses by our him he had made a when Butler another mun nished into the room where he was and told him he was their He demanded to see the authority on which they and Butler produced a writ directed against Sir John CTsarles HK that the nitn were acting iiuder a and inlicSied of their er the same that hewas Member of this and referringthem to his Solicitor for their Butler insist that he shoaid vith tl as they said raui usr iuvce if he he to go ith them to his and when they runi oot iar as they Uotlv rau away from aiidhu saw no more of Hd moved that Butler be caliid to TheSpEAKLR tiiat A preferred agaiiiat im of a poss violation of the privileges of the him what he had to May in extenuation of his The person at the Bar suJ a few bat in a so tow a tune of thai t wns to collect disUiivtly vviut he under thai expnssed pardoa for his Sir CHARLKS that he might be asked whether he Imd act J savoured losatisfy him that he was not thj person in thL writ to which Butler answered lie Ho was directed to The of the in a short condemned the conductof the officer in very severe terms and that by arresting an Honourable Member of tliut he had been guilty of a breach of the privilege of the The Motion bcisip the Right fienllornari next thru the Speaker he di rected to issue his warrant to commit the Lodv of Daniel Butler to custody of the Keeper of liis Majestys prison PKOIJLCK OF LLLIS wisiitd to be mfomietl as a reat by the of aicoca the st l chantson the hethcr sugars and other of rlie Kluwd of bo jiehuitted to he brought to tins to cuter into a the pidiiuce of our own cojiiies arid tiiere vere any iUticles iri liie cavituUitixti to tnat eit The of ttie EXCHEQUER stated that there otter articles of capitulation upon but wcse maue inblR and he could assure the Honourable fientieman thatno sugars bfpcrmitte to be tent into this country from Martinique for home con but only to be lauded here till they could CHELSEA HOSPITAL Sir FEAXffs he felt a ccnsielc raule difficulty ii iutvoducing the to from the impossibility of ibintj iu worJs reqmjed to be siin 1o uiider He would to ex phin to tite reasons wiiicli V object to th which heen to Colonel Gordon He considered taiuly given inthe have ic cer lit they grentiy tiie returuson the an account of those sustained by our troops since they had reached our and wasted by bell had were the corse ted Chelsea Hospital munificence and 1 as a monument of the f the and every day since their return tie tolled over rjticnces of the late imprudent i illdirect were losses of which no com for CUair to artd were losses 01 wnicn no corn assortintnt of Plain of aud Pinii putatioh was iven ill the papers now before tdt and Bordered Kctfcynierca anil for tliu viuiod liouse but for an account of which he would es otelcgaut move on Monday us lie understood attendance of their Lordships to be required that After few remarks of the inconsistency of shall secure a continuance of tkat it has been j dates in the treaty with the ratification I being on the and the additional particle on tha 21st of Lord called upon the his arrhUiqn to raciit remarried as n sort of sacrilege went to diminish its The piece ot land al lotted to Colonel a iine piece of to the and iMtctton of a if wonki a iicent iKhdd exanimed the place nita iircat and lie that the erection lf uiurv behind ihii h it to it iiiifiiipt it rrnni tie oilht to buf a house in would tract of iJcp situation of Colonel to ri also be Tut by a t iy house would compiitely An he erected in the inrst mry MtuuUou coulu none could be better for such a than the banks of a u stream of always to 1 e the present instance it seciutd to be uKTiilvvtl to hear aud But in the oublic ;

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