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Day (Newspaper) - April 25, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORMNfl AT SIX APRIL PRICE j SALES BY PRIVATE or every HUGIS tii huvinj of late a in many for t inlireiy ou i prehfiit but tu ci other of their j or intiriuity are tu k calamity year no ol im i lUut it lictomes more than i i the pnitYsifiial absentee coiHi ibntors I tlieir This is to inform next il be al and all in tbmt will lose ho Aiy lover of the i this heiTevilent aiu nivi vni evr iiiformatiun Jawj nt iy ii ei if l r Si CADOGAN be the of a seined 1AMiLY HOiSli the HMUSI liohl may taken by o jjjir rliapcr y lie by wtili may be of WLinvick ioMci with six of I IKASE if n small but nvat three stall carl good lying to south fully cropped am planted uth remarkably yinini tnrit ami fields of llcnt Itinif of about six Tickets tie1 am may be had of his Jnnt iivS OtEASi1 1MIA declared rcbigniUion of 1 am enabled to fulfil ihr intcution I yin mi inth myself Direction on the fir1 lint of th lirje for jiirhile my doing personally to every Pro i i in sjijcc ray the of 1 alnliiy to the inipiii i I ei jerib to 1 I to assure yon of iiy Uio best proof of my V vi a mark ot liimiiir in llie and Vjnr fjithtul and obedient liunihlc eGi 1 HKAU TAXLUV IOl Li ISfip a numerous of the Friends of this iu n L of linviug his Mat in of tli liiiia V Es L i i Direcor uf the Lonrl and a M m tr of if a persm to til the situation fruiii uiiich i i ihis Mptiirj ill support IniriTsi iil ili anitsMv t i the tui tbe Dny Tint the Ciiuimiltec now sniiintec for in r Eltctinu dn meet n in tuiUi to piomole tVie of i if 1 fi i1 Mi1 frieudt led ID cne tveiy in ilnir v Tial Uie Thankol be iveu i fur litcoiidiut in the und that oilnriii i i by the and ioferU Ol I nicy in your Direction v itir of nUoiils uiu the n that to h i favour and Allow my apknowipdgmcits for the ciieonrpje i e und to solicit the lioaonr of your i Intenvt on the dny of to nuder nrable it i my positive intention to Tiiittinjr T shall be able to pay my porso every lnhjiiour Li vith the greatest Ladies and Vourtnost obeiiient I 01 MJ iinshiij his situa s a Dirrcior of the India as a Candidate for th varan th1 honour af jour Votes and Interest oil forlnnstcly olitniu the object if my ainlii endeavours shall he exerted to prove my your support and Sly pirsoual br paid lo the Proiirietors befove the Ballot I honiMir to and ur obliged and faithful JAMKS DauieUs meet daily at the tlie from eleven till il i Comer of JRiiAT jiMt in lieinij aMo to an the aivl consiiirrahle lire in tlie employ anil aided by for ihtir jiruliarly iilnptul tutlie moJc t i f ii iLMyis nnJ patUrnb from tir nf Tastr rui1 flisplays Miijty ul nrh Iriiitcd in CtntCclcbte iiiii r anJ Dining Pin 5 lor elixir tu matci ajul all extensive in tast and lor tlu varied itxiii the abovr to the inspection of fnls riuiiiUnt tbi Mipinur qiitJity of Ui5 tinviiy low lie is as a Manu to charge kr i of tiiat imtrounje it ha bccu M iy uf Pnttrris from tlic Mniinfnetory may vi at liir The Trailr tlmt the Partnti the underyijucd 1 i JnTTJI bOtU of ilny Ly and that the said iiavinj irtiixtl from the said be carried on by the said William ivkry pernosi hatiiif any claim or demand ori i is Jcsircd to send the pantcnliirs tlicrc 1 iu wlicre the same will be tM said And every cd to the faid is nquesttd to Jiay the to tlie said as this 22d day of the said TVHliarn Laryent and ia the prtsfciice of Chaacery Curiihilu Clerk to Ik NORTfiaidcof Port LEASH of a small but very com plete in thunmsh contaiuiiif two rnuuis mi cacli of the principal with four convenient Twelve years aiid a half were iini s pired ut Ladyday af so JUIIUCHM jjrr us CFsiorj maybe lind at the iiriial he Tjckfts which may Ic uud terms to ot liis fJroat C thn livi To an LAWILV in perfect eiegiiutly fitted n and fit for the inmisdicto reception of a farge family and tiro the one tli other tivo i a iiud imlu pronnd a al faruiyuri wifli a paildock of about two in which aro pleate many fruittrees an excellent and u Hifh rrapiry iu fuil For furl an canls to apply at 1 1 Klcg rt N elegant and subitautifilly built HO ijSJi CM iihonse nnu to rtuideiicc of a of I art jmHrionsdv the rnonis ot nubiv eneh ionc tiiit iu ith of every for i numfrois inrl partic IIIMV bn by ajiniuatnm H MUM situan in an rrbpect iiblc slnyt ih city of am iume eii the oad ttic citKbhshcii iiiivc TUc Premises rrc in expellrnt and poasiss i aid nith every otmr rrqiiititi a awl ti bnsi nos held o i Lease ttrin io af of per Apply at Kdw J and Gciural and iijle Valualolt FREEHOLD with and i Miitos of wel principal and iiaiuciary irfxc th every ilo and wifh loft fully adcijujile to the of a respectable fa and iy be I crin may he of Mi HaiTy New VILLA andLAND on tin WESTERN BIZ LiiT OR with of domestic coaclihonse and stabliiij for four aivd about SCTCB ocrcs of rich meadow divided into handsome and ruyVroiicd liy gravel ani scrceiud by ua watlt d anu wellplaced jyrci The wliulc in hiih aild competent to accomrnoduft ft respectable fa The situation is and within live wiles of the May be viewed by tickets only with printed rruiy hy applying to Hajrj New Cajital Kieehold in one of theTirinciltal be by ROBINS a JL a capital spacious FREEHOLD MANSION with rooms of conveniencefur a family of the first situate in one of the jirincipal squares at the Westend of the with coachhouse and stabling forming a Also a smaller House adjoiniuf the The two Houses will be let hut together they oBcr a most desirable situation for an Hotel of the first the Proprietor will not object to let them foe that luimrdiato possession inay be viewed by with may be had of Noble VjardeOj and noble and truly capciois JL late the Residence and Property wf his Cirace the Archbishop of situate South The aiTuniimtiit of insinn is upon a and its accomuiutiation suflicientiy spacious for a family of diitinctiiu and its suite ths and central lo the Houses of Parliament and and by its proximity to the uad arta of its ovru ground is rendered airy and The premises exhibit an pile of Subttahtial brick planned for uniting oouvenicucc and coro piisc within the maiiiijii sisteeh chambers with distimt stone ft ail casVa two spacious and well propor ioiiod about 31 by a4 expen sively ami giltiiiXrnOm on principal with a rand stone ieatlnj of iCBTcsppndiiit and witli an innir and the jjronnd 4ud on the basement every description of domestic ofhrcs which u uiimcrotis family can a competent ar ranscment of cellars and and an with access by c Siifiterrapeous avenue to a detached kitchen aad the whole forming a superioi resi tenarc if for 91 from at tri vial rent of 32l per be viewed mily by Tickets Iktwceji 12 and i every day cjicept Sunday with Price and may be had of New TITO DAIS TO rpIIURSDAY the STATE LOT JL TERY wjll draw The Capitals iu the Wheel are AVarrnut Tickets and Shares are selhngby IUCHARD aiid Cornhjll and Cbariuj who bold a Prize of in the present No aJid BiSH reinhils his Fiiendsi that the next fi e Day Drawing will be and that the Lottery lirrishes TiekcJs and Shares now selling aithe anvi the Pnzcs of jCl SIR JAMES and with inexpressible inform the thHt Four of the Capitals drawnoh tliejSccond wcie sold by them in Fortysix at then1 truU fortunate aud where the fortunate of cacb may receive the amouiit on Tickets and Sharts are now wantinted be the NEXT DA Y of Tbe AVJieel couittius Piizcs of jf LiTEKAKV T r Little for ofAncient anil Modern in various LIH aud upon every branch of now soiling i tor ready at the prices printed in tho and tnilrked i every Catalogues to be ha of Cambridge Isle of Uijht an4 plniKof This day aae m two large volumes bvo iiner T ITERAKV by JAMES for and PaternosterroiT and Ridg This Uav are puce on PROPHECY particti ly as eoiiufcteti with the prcaeut times suppujt eu by AuollyoD ami By Printed for and unsti i Ihls lyuy priee the Sth r N E W r N J A E A L F R E N C U beinc nn accurate on a Jrudiiate ia the Hector of the Town of iu for by the the Sixth Edi price Cinim inatMrl ihErencli eomparcd id pi ii e ii tlie m owe vol 7i 9 ORAL TALES un VOlIVG PEOPLE VI By IV KS HI ill for and Pater Noiif of the Talcs can he rtni nmeii ajreea of tin and lancn excite of The tender heiuvoieiit eino art an thu maiie into of the whom maybe by the tuine Artlet price This Day is in the ixvisni price A tlic MANAGEMENT of Prof llow th By ALEXANDER fessor of i Vry in the nd Fel he Kiiyal College of and of the Soc f With Hints for the Treatment if principal of Infants uud By JAMES Midwifery in University ot Printed for Ixjiis snd Peter w of iety the an An Introdurtion to tiie Study of Jixtrancouj This Day are in vol price OUTLINES of an to ttnblish a ofUXTTlANJiOrS FOSSILS on Sei eutilic Printed for and and J London and sold by Macclctflehhand the Speedily will bo oy thn same dedi cated by yertnioiou to tire Rifjht Sn in one 75 Petrilicata or Figures and Descriptions ol Pctriticaiions collected in This day are iu 2 the Sitcoud price IVfEMOIRS of an AMERICAN 1 Sketches Mf Manners and Scenery in Ame SB they existed previous to the for anil Paternosterrow Piccadilly and Of may be liy the same Letters from the the 4th in 3 price The charm of these Letters consists in their being the artless effusion of a superior There is ster ling good tense in most of her remdiUs on man and a great share of She always appears to us ia a ht at once respectable and Her understanding is her fancy her sensibility Shu has the art of placing CM try thjng before our eyes we sec we hear and become acquainted with her and when we shut her bouk we seem to take leave of a The and other Poems sd rbolsrap price extra HASSELLS NEW DRAWING On the 1st of will he in containing four beautiful Subjects from to be continued aud completed fifty at HASSELLS AVEEKLY MAGAZINE of RURAL or the Self Taught Artist consisting of Views from Cottage and River and Coast Characters of the various species of calculatedto heighten and give sublimity to pic turesque efrcct the various domestic animals that em bcllisli rural scenery including subjects from original paintings by in the possession of the Prupiie and never liefore published the whole engraved br by Thomas No Cheapsidc Eiiu and to be had of all Booksellers in the United EN FIELDS On 1st of will be in iJuo clejautly printed on finewove embel lished with a superb cnjiavtd from on ori inal painting hy aud numerous other price or Lalfbouixl in containing Antnmoroy of THE NEW ENCYCLOPAEDIA Circle of Knowledge and digested in a concise and popular in distinct clucidatinj not onU the first Principles of for the Instruction of but embracing every Modern thmt it worthy the attention of Jhe Philosopher or Bv WILLIAM Authorof the New Prononnciug Dictionary of the English Natural assisted by emi ncut Of I The work will be printed ia on a fine wove Each volume to contain a complete oa some j iuipcrtant branch of A volume will be regularly every until the wliole ii cotnpletedr The work will probably exteud bnt certainly not cxceedTwentyfive Numerous by the first will be in course of thfc As each volume will a complete work of with separate it at tht option 6f to take any part of the work lie majf IL containing will be puMUheU ou June PJnted for opposite Cbeapiidc Zdifrtnirgb and rrtay behad ef rJjefBoukicllcrs iu the Luited WANTS a HOUSEMAID in a small FauiHy where a rlintman is a yuuug 2o years of ae can have a gaixl character her last Letters post paid uddressed to at as APPRENTICE to a Book a Von tli of jooil and of respect able A premium is He will with earo and to 4 1 A M HER WELL or HOUSE lo either immedi or in tlie of a Mouse incom plete tit fur the reception of a with moderate sired TinHouse to contain six besides It is rccjuired be inan elevatsd and airy part of tbe post stating Ternv and for the a good HOI well furnished making np nine with coachhouse and For pailieulars ininiiie of FNGSTOX Vinient IKUSK and larje in juod orritr also m if jmnicilbtc possosihn will be Situated in further inquire of April Public is rcsTicctfully desired to tate that the or Concern whieh bus been and caniid on at in IT i Countyof fur ihe reception of LUNATIC PAI lIStd a COP ot tl by Sir JONATHAN is by no exact Its te could not the day which it should be einiemy woulrl be to check tie tide of that growing and iecare the peace of Counsel j hrnjd on the Appeal Case of the Parish of Gregory icrsus Minor of Judgment orUend to be tlvlivcred op AVednesrlay Itnesscs were examined lo prove the tact of adultery Iauletfs Uivorcibill but the Lord Chancellor being satisfied with the aililnccOj moverl jk second of the I3UI iu a feiy to time tu llie inur for liiiii placed under a Deed of dated the 5th clay of April uitli Sir James Knight Thomas Banks of silversmith JaTJ wineHjerchant aud of fluIsea for the purpose of liquidating the of the said Sir Jonathan and subject to tlie aaiuu ii himself Conccrnwill In conducted by the Trustees with care and attention and hope for the cunti niiance of that patronage which tliu establishment has hi met HOUSE OF PATTrsox indvod flip Older ot the D resding of the Norwich Kridge WILLIAM SMITH moved as su that the be read a second time iluy six After a words troin the House di For the second reading of the Aguinst Majority in favour ot the IS tiiat the consideration of thf Report of the Committee relative to the Commis sioners he postponed from Thursday to BuTMrt tht was Inonght to the and afli rt ceiving T severe reprimand fruiii the was urdereu to iK uisehai gcti on paying his gave that he should move tliurc Ije laid Lcfore tha unites takfti before Commission of in the case of Walsli MLSTCAL Cuhinet for Instrumeuts Ext only that chnn a prefeiViire to al most fashionably as is the new HARP and APOLLO alhnvid lo be the first instruments the knoun world onnd as real are learnt to plavon by only a few days To be had only of Invntorof near Cavendishsqaali Haip Piaiio thePcijal tanght at home also Pupils iiltendcd all iu the reasonablj An engraving of the with a full ofthe above elegant IFftfe arc sent to Ladies whodcre lo of by reccivmj tlnir post inijly linetoned PianofiMtc to not its recom mendation at the same rite ARM SEA WATER SHOVVKR at and COLD nre now relit ted and open for 115 udcr tlKOiiginal terms ui and recouimendatorv on settnTtcr to be hndiit tp tjyisou begs leovr to express his sincrc fur the liueraland most etis support andpattuiiajre las Llths have and assurts those that continues the Ujc that so long as he fo cause 1he attendants to to rliose mea sures requisite to benefit the health of the invalid ami hy beiriif vtry pjuticnlar HI tho pureness of the and cleanliness iu every he hopes will be ecjually pleasing to those who use the tepid bath as a pleasurable preserver to the health after a journey or any other fatiguing Letters of rcspect thebaths or lodgiiucs at post he duly attended tloust to let by the or for the ou very reasonably HOUSE OF APRIL Several Private Bills were brought from the House of The Scots Records Bill went through a Com and was reported to be read a third time on Thurs day Lord laid on the Table sonic Papers rela tive to the intended ImuToyements of the aiid movcdibrtheir beijg Lord DAKNLKY observed with that FrereVcoudutt had Leeirstljnniuised by the Noble Secretary of State is highly He therefore con that a mesvHire had ere this been sent to recul a person who hadprovedhimseif so unequal to the discharge of his Were not this tlie he in a short time he now could not specify the day to move for the recnl of and his being declaredineapablt to serve his Majesty in a diplomatic The Earl ofLIVERPOOL vindicated the abili ties and zeal of All he had said on former night related to the impropriety of the channel chosen by that to commuiu catethe information which he had gathered On Other he thought to Ilis Lordship misunderi standing which hud taken place in during the late of what he htid said spectiujf the number of cavalry present at the battle of Vimiera being superior to the His meaning that during the negociation of the the British General must have hacl the assurance of u strong force being at which would at once give them a nuineral supe riority over the He adcnowlerfged that one iesiimerit of cavalry took th fieldat This explanation gave rise to a con versation between liis Lord and Lord which wSsterminated In Lord denying that a whole regiment of cavalrv had fought at Lord GiioSvENoii complained of a misre and as tur as tlij same related to the purchase of a scat in MHITURKAD he held in his hnnd a petition from the of Independent before lie he begged leave to say a few words in to what had fallen from at Honourable Friend of his on the occasion of his seiitiiig the former It had been re marked that one reason for liite the liberty of enjoying the air in chester jail in the same and Gilbert had been permitted to that AVakeheld iiud abused the by exciting discontents the He was desired by the friends of that eminent scholar who unfortunate ly was now no to say that that statement ivas without He did not take upon say tuat theiraccoutit was The Meuiijer then prqpeeded to touch upon severalof tier contained in He did not uieaii to vouch for tbeir trulir hut he thought sonie of ibem v7ere ol uuch a that they otrjjht tp be in verj corrupt aud scapdaTpiaspiavticer or hud very lately been with respect to special wic was two that were guineas when they found a verdict tor the aid otjly guitiea they found a vcrdtct aoajnst the lie that specjat jurors why did not nni tlie Master of theCcowfl inwlroin the authontv lav of sunrnoniiiir special as snmed to hjmself the right of passing over what ever names He had that the officers of the Courts were paid double fees in cases of prosecutlonswhere was All if they realty lie could not help considering as improper and highly disgraceful Lo the Administration of lie concluded with thai the pe tition do lie upon the CALCRAIT repeated the assertion he had made oa a runner that Mn akeneld had abused tie induloence granted by endeavouring to excite discontent amongthe prisoners and contended that every indulgence had been shewn to White vvhirh it was possible could be sheWn to a person under his VViN nil AM professed that he knew no of the case but what iie gatheredfrom the allegations of the petitioner From ge neral representation Jie had always understood Dorchester prison tp ba one of mildest and rhpst humanely admiiiittJied places of confine ment in thekingdom and qertyinly there was nothing ia Whites rejjreseiiiations iudnce him to forni any iti bitej to have very aristocratical no tions of which he did not think vey consistent witji the of which he undcr iiirn to be a The ATTORNEYGKfKUAL that ifany subsequent proceedings were adopted relative ta the he should be perfectly ready tu defend what the Courts inwhich he had the honbnr to practice had dtfne iu regard to The pefson who gave his Hon Friend Whitbread the intbnnation that two gui neas were paid to special jurors when they a verdict for the and ouly one when other must have intentionally misinfoitned That practice had been discontinued upwards of twenty After a few observations from ASHLEY Mr WHITBREAD in Sir FBANCIS the ATTORSEY GE in the CHANCELIoa of the and Sir the petition was and ordeied to lie oil the tfible presented a petition from the Printer Independent Whigr which xvus also andi lie on tJe EDEN gave notice that it was his preseiifcrtion iu a on a former be qasionThe had delivered iu ttrisilouse He had Ijeen represented to iiuvp tiiat the Gej to mon fomorrow laidbe rieral Anstruther had died for wtmt of nouriMj Tjient a piece of information which Was and had never fallen froni the lips of auy of their In order to the rccur ijjhce of such he suggested tfre propriety of soittningthe severity ff the orders of the forbade the gentle menwho reported tfie debates to take The Archbishopof CANTHHBUIIY wished to know when Lord Auckland intended to forward bis pjll uluiteryj and its fore tie Hbuse copies of dispatches frota 31 Fitfre toSir John Mohre Lord TEMPLE postponed his motion relative to the couipaign in Spain from Thuiiday to Tuesday next CAN Ktxo presented copies of certain offi cial notes from the 9pariiir Arribassudor to Mujestys Principal Secretary of State for Fii 1 reign tohe printed WmTBitEAT gave no tire that itwas hti j intention ou Ihe fifjf
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