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   Day (Newspaper) - April 19, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY MORMrVG At six APRIL ift PRICE iENEUAL MEETING of Uc at the ut l oclock 1309 of the principal ln iT and its con fur thr purpose of taking of opposing a Bill now n a Hopnscd Archway in the Chair That the proposed mea if finriiM into he tn tiip inhabitants uf and its that it Miis Ihcrclore the imje uUTKn pivMlit to use pDssiblt ih Kill iulo a iri a Oiminiftoeshould r y the fnrfoiiii RrsolmiJn Into i wis it AMU MMniNiiply That thethanks of v to the CUairiuuu for his able coil H OFI April KKCIKQUER BILLS dated in the uf mi 1808 to be panl i of his Treasury hav tjr tluprincipal of thr due intbc Receipt of Ex V on Saturday the mtoarfimcu wall be jjivcu and fib uf from ten oclock in the for the purpose of rc And fur the grcstcr the Bills nrf to sepalate li description of containing the nnmliCVH arcordinj o tlie rictcs of the Said of itb the riiirijlil i hir computed cx on whib they respectively to iili uf ivhrn the interest and tlie said bcaroi rhiini holders or not nre tiMy icuHirid to indorse each Bill wit their ttliil towriti names and rfsidcliOfaf sqiiiiHtt it said luttreis art m ivrjiiiriiJ to attend the vim to receive the new iuJ give the ic r tn i the RUsilnmM be dc n iviim payment of principal anii iritcrCH day of they accoinwo iutinst to the day on which Uiry ii ami leaving the said Bilis exainina rv rins Jrmav be desirous ofbavin Rxchc irhule or in part uf upon HHV Ji Hud rauntioning ainoiml at the 1 n Their delivered on ur octJorr may coiffinodalcd viih new carry erest of pcnccibtflificnny by ibe h sAiii iww Bilk will 2jlii cay uf and be ikljremi ihc aith uf HIM following Kills datei prior to tulvertised IM be piid and the interest MJATiUX Of THE IX THE ISLE Ol GENEROUS sympathising Public is that a Subscription is Open feiief uf Sutftrejs tiy tlte abortdisastrous r ULraiiiCTf iiavc Ijfeu reduced V the ut having the followiut are a few of the stioajly appeal to the of a bu i nod no duiiht ilf uificc to excite liberal ii a small tch si two acres of liirec hinuhcR of and has sustained a rcry loss iii tluvsalc of five cows thirty a poor wpwavrls of seventy if aid all bis household utterly R piiir with ten a iiius lahtmrirbcarMie Bn liilost one loaJ of nud oae parden much a jKior witli tlircc Pt nmler unr years of age cnttagc and iinlrr linsband was unfortunately i the flowing of the ions was a very iinlus und a great support to his an man with four or of land which sown wilh tlie whole uadcr the croppiug Umilv consisting of nine with a toon UJIJUT with ihcir a rdfaiid a for thirty hours without iiil r luiuily apprehriisions of Iniiiir nvilMiiic ti Krrrrived hy Rs Barelay and Lomhanlstroct ChariivrCrosa the several Houses IM tlit UK of i in and lrs and at the Lon v G Dare and ct by Slurk aiul wlmin further particulars aud cases of dii i he i State R drawn theFirst a irize of TEN und in one one one j Sisteenth Tickets and arc now on and will so until April on which tUy the ftr t above will be entitled to Fire Hundred 4 N OTHER GRAND PRIZE of FIVE i HrXDREI on Friday ami arcscHmg and Friday is the next Day of andtho First Prize above will receive IMVC U hole which may entitle the torlunate turcr m the Capitals in the 1 E HUTVUHED WHOLE TiCIvETb the Prize above next of Tickets and Shares vrar are on Sale by PAIS and Oxfordstreet Cornhlll I No St JaiiussstrLCt wUere Capital Prizes to above have been recently sold in rounwon with any Heufetn aud Margnrcfs and vhcrr else on their account iu TORNSBYand beg leave to acpmmt X the thfy shall continue selling Tickets xvarranted during the ot piisect State Oa the Qlst of be first drawn Prize above Uentitled to Five Hundrcd Whole Tickets rbich of Tickets aircndycontains a Prirc of and li hatfe a chance of Fifty Tlionsand re to the amount of One Million utejUtiSbave been lUei auci sold lloRSSBT RUJ TOTHE OF EAST AND hobtjv and unlookedfor events which JL preceded the election of Diiectora ou the 12th iu having afforded as little lirueTbr fine rerTectibn it did me for and tbcrcbydcmivei me of many of the suffrages on which from the ptcsouaJ assurance tf lay opponent that he intended me no oppo sition I hod nnsnspcrtinjly plaitd my usual reliances I feel a proportionate a more the great obligation eonftrrcd on me by those zealous Pro prietors who cimc fuiwmrd in my dScbiming personal out warmly espousing my cause as they would have done that of any other stranger irlnira they conceived to have proved that he 4iad been vrougfnlly and injuriously I discharjo iny lirtt duty in pnbliiWii5 thisjpatefut aclcndvledjinent to The hnjuessiau made upon ibo Pohlic bythe Resolutions of the Court of Hireitors of the 4lh althoughde clared by them to have hfcm of a iiatare directly opposite to that ivliich was added tj the easily Cicitod aiul ftrtfally 0113 popular were coriainly most critically upd the unaninioas Resolution of the Directors of tlie Hth perusal of my whole cnuK gnfortuHatcly net jdaoy hours before the opening of the lute to remedy the IVbmirfCs gireu uujey fcihporory prejudice were rehtctantly Bu wheu I recol lict to whom aud to hyw many I was still for OTaloos ultaclnntntj t the powerful Bupport which my nt least in tUis tiying jyitli a mingled sentiment of pridesnd Conscious of my own and confident I should be regardless ofroyoirn forgetful eif and deficient iu respect fur your good were I not most earnestly to iutite and solicit ttoexaminationof the cftWsudevi dence now before you and after the unanimous ac quittals I have1 atrcidy fceeivcd I do riot hesitate to uuti cipJle Trill fihd I hare not md the tcntencu prrsumms me to be hastily nppear to your de liberate icflection aud I hare the honour to Ladks and Vour most obedient and humble THELLUSSONi April J actuation for a Youth of good asan APPREN TICE in a house of A mo derate Premium will be ad dressed to BtGrijsbTs CoffcehouBCjjThreadnecdle will be ihly OTTENH AM neat two and Fenf between the hours of 11 and TO BdiLDERS and tbffVViirsbipfnl Compmiy of n Build for 6l aPieco or Parcel of atiiu opposite Dunstans in whereon or tenctiiints lately nud lato in the occupation of Finther Particulars may he byapplying at the Ctmks at Corjwaiuers ripo a four bciSt buili aiiu fouv with walled kitchen ur pirricnlars anil Ticfcitv may he C HALF To elegantly for three or unfur a capital Faariily containing rooms on a substantially and elepiatly flnishrJ in the modern up witb Stone nnd statuary If the fixtures qnd he taken at a and Tkkels to may bf No Sudbnrv urar TO a contain the ninnd an brcjkfas chsi p ilai on tin irst four best on the second four n dojulu Re uitli u double vari ous a aud about of Further an Tickets to view he hrd of SALES PKlVATE CONTRACT Freehold iu tfcoCeunty of aiid very desirable KREE HOLD fxiur pood tnnrkst in the county of containiug 85ceres cf rich arabfc aud pasture iiv gfcod Irt onltase which will expire in Mjirch Partieulais may he known of Kog jart aud Broad Itoyal Compact Freehold rsroily and A Substantial FAMILY ccm tainihg six dining aml breakfaiit an 24 fstt by and jilfartre and kitchen tastefully doable arid statlin j for four rich pmlduck coutaming together abouiYour landtax and and early pos session wijl be le rjewed with with further may le bad of Hogjart and 62 Royal LEASE of a containing JL two rooms oil a with and requisite Tickets to may be bad of TO THE LEASE of BUTCHERS SHOP with an established situated at tlie end thePreuiises in and be given term years Particulars apply to An A IS elegant with handsoulo stone portico fitrcd up olid finished 11 ifh all domestic nith srablcs For live double The wliich icarly fliiiiibhfitiiydnatvf tbefirstbousis in to be taken at a a small library of books Particulars and rickets to appiy by letter with real wlir be toniediahHy at t ThreeroouVerf f Most liriek theejistjSjde of coinpfisbjg tfircenuili clegiint rooms on a with all suitable fitaclifcJaridaetaLhed rjHicts of every and sixstaH with spacious and scpovir darjstone fitted finished in superior style of and a Tht which is inthe udlastyle with a ceJIar also be Tlit Premiseaffre u per auuoirxrFor Faiticnlars apply srith real to yfi To be viewedonly from brie fo AN in are marliuliry rfy fienlthy complete re a china mans oa the floorfive bedroo ins add drcsfiujrooinup stahj roomsfor and with coach threefctall grAnpjfy and gartleii James of Bnrdfiyv lafe of ihomaa of Hat WllUini of of Star Brew PARTXERSH1PS Jane Gann and Sarah of milli Joseph Noble of Old palmer aud William of Geofge Netrport and Thomas of GrnyVInu Agar and Edward of Great Sereu VVijfht aud Alcwmder of Timothy Thomas Kichard Thomas aud Grorje Jowett and Frederick of uf of Crowe AbbaLaud Milliaiu of James Thomas Tilurris and Benjamin of und Thomas of John Harvey and of Grays BRJTISJI HOUSE OF APRfL Counsel were heartland ivitntssrs examined on Colonel Pauletts Divorce Bill the lurther of which was deferred till The Malta Prize Hegister Sillj the TnMkeepers auce aiid severaf private wont The Earfr of on the table the two letters of for the produc tion of which lie last aud moved that they be Ordered to be printed Lordship also informed the Noble who Bad signified his iuttntion of voting for certain letters from the Junta of Gal that he oiacfe iuquiries after but they had not buen fditnd the office where such papers were ktipt but he hoped tomorrow to be able to give more Satisfactory information da that sufjject to his Lord GREY also hoped he notbedisap ind that the of State would when those fie thought he recollected that their production had once been on the ground of their being but f were riot in ore so than tliose from Frere ro Sir John 3l9ore had been re presented to there could be no reason for their being only of Frere rs letters in their not having been brought to coujtry in the shape official Lord adverted to the denied im andTlbWiiVance of joott natr both indoors ami with about acrus of productive laud wcltftnce and wlifreii there is a guoi The laud and fire tu mil from London tv every ami uatcrcnrriape twice a fvom Hyde Park Corner 17 Fox iini harriers in the may Particulars ap ply bo orby letter post paid to Faoii LON DON APRIL BANKRUPTCV John of April 16 June tit near a FAMILY partly with double stabling for T mid Mrcntyacrrs in Tlie bouse coiisists oTa tood small stone ihjor itdraiv und four best with on the tiiwt floor six pood bcdromns with on thr Rccund and a double fhefrefhold may lie nnd Ticlcttf In may bo had of SUBSTITUTE foiGevruuuSHEET and others requiring sjnnrcs of gluts of superior and in that they may be supplied of the in termediate between from the wnreiwuic of and Glass BrMe Flert street wherr for foreign export con tinue to bexecuted with cveiy passible and tcf the most POOLE und SASiPSOX ho leave to present their frste ful for te ciiunicnaiice they havck Bd ly received siucethc ci of their BusinesL in emhtace this opportunity of informing their that they barf rcrtiorcd to a ulbre commo nearly oniipite to their late re sidence where they are exhibiting an elegant and ra r been already so liberally to 4lJ late Auctioneer and bf informs the he hasiitfed np n spacious Sale of and every kind of arc opened fur the purpose tcriii Shares for Sale in Water Fire Life Insurance and all Pul alsoTnMic and Private and every species of Teal and arid Stock imprewscd with the most lively of graUtude for Pubhc Patro nac returns kis most and irom a adlitrencc to inteipity and to a coutimmuce of that hitherto placed in lam by his employers about fonninnn extensive Couutry when will afford him an of givtnR pro ponioual infortnaliori rtspectin the Purchase and Sale distant from the metropp Any coinmunrcatiou respecting country buswart will be and promptly attcuded Shares purcbatcd or John of Thomas of dealer and o surrtudcr April and May at at the Eiepliaiit and SSn4ys and London and Henry Uiciard Paul of Middle April at and ni at Blakeluck and of dealer and April Muy and at at Hri Austin dealer and April at May at at at New Hcd Saiah Rurhbone of irilt toy dealer aid at and at fit the Tart Loadon and of dcnWand April May and at at Jacob of dealer April at at Cfipplegntoi William of IVappingj dealer arid April and May at at Guild ami GrayViun William Payne Brothers aiid Sarah Ratlibonc Bro Ot wholesale dealdrs atlei chapman and April and May at at Frowd and BiRiid London and DIVIDENDS July William Close anel Matthew fif at at July Joseph Piper and of pocfersi at ele ut ttuilellialll June of nt John of at at Nicholas Harry and Chrietophei Bird of at at George Walter trf Little at at Guild June John df at at of at at of at at June Barnabas 01 at nt Guiid JJay Frederick of Biewer at at Nicholat of Shoreditchj at May Jaroes of Lambs at at May Joseph of at at the Star George Jonesrof at at tbc Star sni July of at ut Guilri a the Unfortunate or which were already but too srel thoifglit Fiere ought to be to five an accoriut of his arid wished to ira press upon bis Government the neces sity of such a The Eurl of LIVERPOOL vindicated hav ing represented Freres letters as and deniedjiaving said they vvere He had only and would again that theyhad not the second advance of the British a measure which he thought far from deserving tlie censure which it had in Lord GREY recollected the Noble Secretary of States having mentioned the letters iu ques tion as important It was Ins notwithstanding the Assertion that had been that those letters lufd induced Sir John IVloore to march towards the French and he certainly would take aii opportunity on Friday next to express how differed from tlie Noble Earl iu his estimation of the policy of that destructive Lwd GARYKFORT heard rnach6f a message which had Freres letters to Sir John aud the importance of which was so that a council of war had been immediately But convinced as he tliat Freres communication had compelled Sir John Moore to as ia his the very yon will pay deference to his impliedan expectation of obedience on the part of the gallant he would tomorrow vote for the instructions de livered by Ministers td in order that the House might ascertain how far bisauthority extended over John It was of the greatest importance to know who the who hSd been sent to that he vote that his name be no longer con TheEarl of LIVERPOOL that in every country where a British Minister it was usual to let the instructions sent to anv genoy of the passing Freres letters to Sir John Moore were a of and did not imply anysuperior autho rity being vested in As to publishing the name of the hehad already observed how inconvenient such a of revolution night Slid therefore oripose the Noble Lords Lord Ganr wished to know whether the pub lication ofthis iudividualM name wonldbe at tended with the inconveniences which the Noble Secretary had generally If he conld ob tain no other he wished at least to whether tht Messenger in question were a a native of Great Britain employed on confidential or merely a person cho sen by for the purpose unknown be and afterwards unnoticed Tht Earl of LIVERPOOL thought that Friday next would open a ride field for the discussion of all the subjects now and did not wish BOW to enter into any collateral After some observations from Lord BUCK who found among the papers oir the table returns of the arms sent to ami but otthose received to which the Earl tNat he wonld tale care that any error in the returns should be tor Lord SiiTMorjTH inquired whether hisMajesty intended to institute any farther preceedi in this Utilise rcliitive to the treaty of alliance Ion eluded with It this warnot the Padumitnt would have no of their opinions of tlm aiid would he compellfd to givethe siUut sanction of their approbation to what else might hava incurred their The Earl of LIVERPOOL that it was not certainly his Majestys intention to institute any further proceedings respect to Spanish Unless it had been seut to Par liament with a message from the such a nieasure would be totally As to the House being compelled to withhold iu praise or censure ihis was not the case Trig treatywas laid on the open to the inspec tion of every If any Noble Peer wisfied to reprove the stipulations it he was at liberty to make a motion for that HOUSE OF APRIL Tlie Bastardy Laws Amendment Bill was read a second und ordered to be cdtiimittcd on Friday next hi the tnotiuu tlie second PeadihTOf theIrish fllilitia Cumrietioa Bill was pestoned to Friday a Petition from certain and Occupius if tUe remuval of Smilhfield to lieon WHITBREADinovetl tlint the Papers preienUd tliis day from the Stump OfVuc moved that llie restnttd to tUe Huupe on Frifliiy relative to the iluppinft cniployed beinren tljij ruuntry aud America in the courss of last year be A message from the Lortjs informedthe House tliat their Lordships liad agmed u the Portsmouth Lands Compensation and several private SXITIIFIELD Sir CHARLES PRICE moved tht Order of tbe Day for the second reading of theSmithneld Market Removal Alderman opposed the bat spoke tn solow atone of voice that it wir impossible to collect what he The wjrtiiy Alderrrrtan concluded with aj an amend That theBiSTie read a time this day six MARTt canceirel that if tlie Bill passed it occasion a Ttvy serious detriment to private and would be particularly in jurious to those estates wiifchwere sitfiated in the neighbourhood of the rntexi the new He was acquainted with a lady of the name of Doughty who possessed vtry considerable near IOO in that which would be reducedto half their present value if themeasure were persisted He supportthe ROSE thought it would be indecorousto wards the City of London to reject the Bill in its present The Corporation had not tuktn up the mutter bntaiter the most sewoas and mature and with a fuHcoiiic tion of its Owing to the increased population of Smithfietd market had longbeen found inadequate to its Formerlynot more ttiah 100JOOO head of eaith were brought tothe butlatterly the number amouatcdtoTtot leas that1 The const quence thtft the so ex cessively crowded that the cattle not ped ou each many otherinconve niences were Sniithridd market contained an of more than four and the utmost that cduMfaeadded to it by purchasing and pnlliug down houses was abotit two which was au increase of ground inutlequateto the number of cattle non brought to it For these reasons thought it betlLr that the Bill skooid be referred to a If the spot which the Corpora tion had in view to urect a new market iipptv should be might befixecl upon or provision mightbe that the cattle should not be drove through anyof those streets which Gentlemen seemed tothink would become subject to that kind of if the market were He tOerefore wished the Bill to go to a supported the original lions ER he jjhould vote the It was a Very extraordinary fea ture in the measure that those wfyo lived in the neighbourhood efthe present nSarket were unwillingthat it should be those who lived in the neighbourhood of the spot where it was recommended to establish it were unwilling that it should be so near If the Bill were referred to he thought there ought to be an instruction to that Committee to consider what indemnification was due to the gentlemen of the Society of most of whom have residences in that for such a nuisance being brought to their LYTTtETON supported the Sir CHAKLESPattE defended the aud said it would be open for the if the spot which the City had at present in view for the new marked were objected to propose any other which might appear more HcTCHiNsoN wished to whether the Honourable Baronet had authority to that if tHe spot at present iixed upon for tlie new market should be objected the Corpora tion of London would be willing to remove their market to any other place He understood that if a market were established on the site tJiat was at present it would be injurious to the estate of the Foundling a chanty that did so much honour to the benevolence of this that he felt he should oe wauiing in duty if he did not oppose whatever might nave 4 tendency its   

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