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Day (Newspaper) - April 28, 1809, London, Middlesex APRIL PRICE M IAUCETTS DAV May tinlast time k new Grand in Thrtp called THE i mil be introduced u new com ihc called A i a Piece in One from Pulral called BLlE DEVILS to n i tor last ticiic this season tUc in Two callfd UE LA e Dcsolalf Island Tickets to lie had Lower liniiiduiiiit the when places i Hi LLKMliN AKV or on the ELE uf COMMERCE will it the in eadnecdlesli on Tuesday Evening nt cifhl oclock nrd will continue to M riiecccdiiii Tmsil at the the Course is n one pound Cord of A d five iutioils Admission to IIP at the Stuck nnd lleitulis Tavi Thrcailnci dle where n llabns for the of I hceli i the it Afr WIIX1AM not il ral in the East India 11 his Election think it ncces I i1 Ini ill attain the JOth of hiw age i i life ocecdnij that ibr nnisi active and cliicicnt characters V eciiou into leave tn slate that had uviiiv years evpei leMCi in a mercantile cunerrns aiidlliat liaviiijno embai Ucd n the Brcwci y of Mi srs am no pursuit which can interfere with his in India should lie have the as it i in that to his situation as a Director of the SALKS BY PRIVATE be Disposal a LEASE for jl or 31 of a commodious DWELLING with spacious well calcu lated for many retail or wholesale being on the North side and preferable part uf lars hy application to Kitgain COT with alunit ten ncies of eight of which are and I he Copyhold part subject to a small This most cirriahlc little Coltuge replete nilli every kitchen and pleasure small tanii coachhouse sta iiliugforthrvc melon ground and the whole in the must perfect or der the which i ncit anJ suited to the may be had llie are situateio the most heal thy and dry and no way uiiectcd by hriiic half a mile from the Tluineii ue vieivcJ hy Tickets to he hail of slr SOUTH rrU be a very eligible FREEHOLD JL of nearly Acres in n run Ilutldinjs of a cuniiVirtuLle lii iniiouse in com plete with for six granary Blirl and other convenient one oniu mented and two common with suitable The whole of the land is well inmured and fully The live luid dead with the may be taken if at a There is of tin best spring and a never di runs throutr the TKc Estate is beautifully and 15 well rulclllitcd to make a ferine partiru lilrs may be hod of Kibbler aud Iraysinn IT Ul MUCK 115 AND oeeaioned in your Direction tiic rep of alVnids me the ity of soliciting that to jsjiire inn favour and ni arkimwIcdiTinrHts for tin und to solicit tin hmimir of ynur I merest on luc to uiuler le it is my isitire intention to i isins tluit 1 shall be nblt to pay iny pcibo i Milisrrihe the gieateft Ladiis and ielitlem Your most H LAST IMIA i VIH sl iuxi declared resignation of jj 1 am cilalded to fullil I he intention 1 I yin ii the ipth of olVerinmystf j itr Direction on the first lacaiicy hut I tinshortness of the time appointed inr the vill my doing personally to every Pio is years in since my in the iffiire of the I in aliililfto the impoi taut nf a lliiKtiiruf its to should I by ynur I lies to assure you of my devotion in yniir as the best proof of my sn a mark of your I the in with the greatest s und faithful hnniMe jjd JOHN T n numerous anil respectable Meeting IKOPRIETORS f INDIA held a the City of London Bishopsgate P in the Chair t u t re unnnimiiislv agreed to That John late a Member of it Fort St having Mnfd the a period of I and in the munilud with IK at honour to liim lilt to their is peculiarly s milof their That the preeminent abilities of his aeknowlcdftd experience in the Politi and Commercial departments Uie Com 111 cannot fail uf bcmm niinenlly and particularly at jmpmtunt in the niiit of their affairs at and that it be nih consideration of the the I tliir elect as a a Gent Itman w ho MI many years iu tlu advancement of conduct has rceeived the of their Invrrnmrnts in of nf as recorded in the testimonials i IloprieliHslV Tlint Ciiainiir is totally unconnected I i IMISHICSS which cm either divert his atj the or influence his con of lie possesses greater independently and than jic nit similuily 1 r examined t result of Mr Thai it is now incnmbrnt on him to proceed i That the Thank of this Meeting he srivtn to j KM fur his zealous aud able conduct in the j is meet from ten till five HI tlioCitv of Bishops M re favourable will be j 1ES AT AlCTIONS consequence of tlie various Thefts which have and are daily committed at Public Uie several whoe names arc hereunto have cstallwhid a for the prosei ulion of Persons detected in at tluir Sales such pro secution beiiii subject to the approval aud lit of the Committee appointed fur that They do hereby otier a ICcward of TWENTY Coiivittum ofanv or and u farthfi Reward nf on the Convictixn of uny Receiver or lieccivcji of such Stolen Applica tion to be made to the Hirh TuKinc and Lochcc ieo Kohinson aud Iorrest Charles IJnrrcll Thumas ilson and Son lJlis and I Ictcher Pcttitl Sncll and Cooper ieorircAdams Driimniond and James Christie LA llermon Pitor Bicsis Hopsfart and Phil IJoprr F and Fair ligis Thompson bairn John Rollins Ahhot James Crook RoOursfcIJiiydi Drayton bins John AVTOH Thomas Dawson Crealon and Son Young Gcorirc Sijuibb John Fcw Inrton Harry Phillips John Pajfe and Sou John liromley llaiwood Mnircll Stcwnrt John Priekctt John White Phipps Field and Son Sharpe X Kirkup Randall a inoderatesized in jjiiDcl or part of a larger Bnf licient arcomiiKilatiiin may he had for a Lady and two situate Kant or Noithuast of any dis tance not eight mentiouing laitienlais of rent and addressed Ui at Philips Uhitccliapcl wili receive Cheerful within miles of ihe Royal be Furnished or a very convenii nt and substantial FAMFLV UliSI with excellent walled double fnurstaH and de tacfeed together about two the whole disposed with infinite and luxuriously stocked with fiiiit trrrj may be had of near the Royal i OF EAST INDIA uf tlie Resolutions of the Prn r i i ist India assembled yisterday 1 i I einbiaee tho earliest my ot To iotb nf May and I he leave to i MI to that i f successful in u MI l ins study to piove mysi If o e w liicli I aui aiutious to ublaiii with frcat Ladies and Vuur must devoted JOHN Agiril Country Hi Miles from ruth 50 Acres of TO be for a Term of Fourteen BVRGH comprisinp an entrance riiniui with bowed of good through which a library or drxsMng with boweii a liupc and storeroom and kit servaiits and larder on the principal Hour arc four best bed rooms and OMT which are seven garrets thne two fourstall laundrymaids and farm with a pond of cxrellint kitvliciigar part walled part abundance of wall and standard fruit und acres of meadow and pasture Thr which is suitable to the may he had with immediate Tickets to and further apply to Uelhri MASTER and of a Two resiiecta ble to suprriittoiid the of the of tho Parish of They will both le required to reside in and confine them selves exclusively to the management and care of the Tlie Mister will have particularly to attend to the Pours carried on in the manufactories esta blished iu the The Mistress will have particularly to attend to the cutting out and making up the of womens wearing Tluie will be no objection to rocoivc a man and his wife into this if they shall be without and appear for the IlfCommcurtirtioni to the rhararnrs of tho parties to be delivered writing to the who will at the Vestryioom of tho said on the of May at six oclock in aftcrnoim and none will be thnt so parties jn to hu pn pared lo two sufficient securities tu the Trustees lur their if Hy order of the JOHN 1 Sliip to Geiitlf Scicnccs iuhis improved and in the morning till nine at that flic superiority of his mode of tcach by the dostovity displayed by tlie im hihas had the honour to His tr constnut piaitice with each tlic a benefit not to he met with nt thinks it unnecessary to ob urcrssary the use uf the Sword is tor particularly for Members of jnJ Ritle whosclivM diy frequently do tliuc of Uiat TO PUUEMPlOlULY PURSUANT to a Decree of tlie High Court of Chancery made in a cause wherein WALTERS and others are ami JOHN MAUXDE andothers Esff nne of tlu Masters of the it the Sale Room of the said in Chan on the and Thurs tkc lath days of Ibuj tUc Sxlc to begin at I of day in 4U the LEASEHOLD ESTATJS compi immerous and other buildings several publichomes situate in Montague and in the Parish of Christ and in Shepherds niar in thr Comity of Middlesex late the pro perty of Sir Charlis whereof may be bail gratis at the Raid Masters in SouthamptonBuildings of and j C lifTordsinn of oud Blouinskury janti of Londuts1 of pope Kentj and of Bucktoiij LITEUAttY On will he price to be couliuucd rtMIE LONDON C0n X ducted hy RICHARD London Printed for Samuel LcadeiihaU street and sold by Oxford Bell ami Dublin uiid all Of whom nlso may be the 1st price This pcicc P1CTI RK of AMERICA being Obser A vations made a residence of several years at Alexandria nnd iu Vijijima illustrative of liiHiiners aliil of the aiul intcr ipfised with anecdotes rrismg tVwm a general intercourse with a iu that Voin 1709 tu By a Printed for and Early in May will be ill vile octavo SPANISH HE 1 10 ISM THE BATTLE Ol a Metrical in Five By JOHN Esq Printed for Hood and Although the Battle of is to every class of no Poep has eijuiitrv on formed basis than that of t he on tVii i fouiiJwL OH lint to that as relatefttuy the in this respect has a feature of objtctof ihc in thus commemorating i of valour and is to exalt the chiriicler at i juncture likethe itispre that a lending to a of re sistance to Gallic will not be unfavourably ixceivcd by a British The inal This Uuy is printed n 01 HISTORI COMMERCIAL exhibi ting tlie present state of the siveraf Kingdoms otlhc To which arc A Grograjihical with the Names of Ilaers tirally A Table of the Coins of nil and their value iu E ifliih Money A Table oiWeights and A ClnDiiolojriral of remarkahle fi om the Creation tu the pnsoiit IJy WILLIAM GUTU1UE Tho by James To which have been thir of other with a Correct nf in a superior man by am brongVt down to ihcprcst for and and and London and Mfinners and In May will be price bound on fine AGENER and DKTIONARY of the ENG LISH for the Lse of icon the Plan of Considerably enlarged bTsrlectiotif fioiu snd By EN The Author lias oarefnilv improved this Edition The typ i new ami and the aecentalion is iaigtr and more distinct than any work of tut Printed for nnd Sharpe Walker Martin and OiniC Otridjc ami Sun rntchent anrt Lcircrman and Harvey jrUFcTf ardson Matthens and Leih and Kinjutuiy aoid Ncwunui Hooker J M LITERARY iEN CEk In the Month of May will be T ETTERSlVom ivritten during the March of the British Troops under Sir MOORE with a Map of the lloute and ap propriate By an Printed for nnd In tlie jiud speedily will be in one ele jnnt piintcd by BRLTISfl GEORGICS by JAMES for and Juliu TLolidon aud John iud whom may be by thu sauie Tlie u price The of 7Sfcoaids P6ctiisrin the hoanls Un the trst ol he pub in one DESCIUPTZVJE1 CATALOGUE of the JClL ORIENTAL LIBRARY of the late SlLTAN To which are Me moirs of llsder Aly and Son By CHARLES STL A A late of the Bengal and Professor of Oriental Lau in tfie Hunourabte liift Companys College Hcrtfoul Printed for aud be EXPERIMENTAL IADI1CS uui CiENTLEME attend 4 NATURAL and PEItlMEXTAL are that the late GilKfiUUY intended his recent published under the title of Lectures on Experimen tal and as t or Companion to such Com It be of Richard New nud ofall tlie and Mathematical In in 2 illustrated with numerous En price in or April PUBLIC This day is Second price in A LETTER to tliefivERY of LONDON relative to various ABUSE in the TIOV of the mbversivc the Constitution of and at variance with the fundamental Princi ples of Jnntice aud Public KICHARO oue of the Sheriffs of London and Truth and justice arc immutable and they will crallv among rational over the preju dices of aud the machinations of This to the Livery of London and to the People of England is nut to be considered as the a pro fessed or but as the production of a man of in the discharge of an important public btcii iuipritfiedwitb tlie necessity of re presenting to bin constituents views and feelings by which he has beeji and of ofierinir to their no tice certain obiervatoni dictated by principles of common which he conceivtn to IK of importauce to the cause of und London Printed for Richard Blnckfriiirs ncd may lc hail ofall TinARITHMETIC of UEAL Tables of Weights nnd corrected and adapted to modern Obsolete and use ILJ and a much larger portion applied to Tunliiu liisnruncii Ex ice as priietiied by the Brokers and com moioial of the it of under oa h Rule than arc to bo found in any other applied to calculations of Compound This is price ith the full allowance to SYSTEM of PRACTICAL ARITII applicable to tho present State of Trade and Money illustrated by numerous Exam ples under each chiefly adapted to the use of Ihc Author of Scientific Dia new Arithmetic is intended to ob viate the complaint that every Youth on his leaving School and eiiternginto the Conntinirliouse has more to unlearn than he has learnt relative to the actual calcula tions of Every and every is drawn from real practice in the various branches of and tUc useless and obsolete Rules which have hithorto pisfijnred our Books of have given place in dart and Hull Dublin aud all other a Key to the containing all the Answers and most of the Solutions worked at length for the re ference of Masters price Aud speedily will be thp tollovriag necessary in a system of commercial A Dictionary of Trade and by urice Cruromar of the Principle uf Trade and by price A Sy tern of Practical for bj Wvr of S3 rwjuestcJ tbattarfy u made for 1 it n ixr vol illnsli utcil by price Oil AN Account of the LIlE utul WRITINGS of UUi of F II Author uf TiHVcIs to disctjver the of By And Sccrrtiiry for This Volume forms i approjiriate Supplement to tke first eifition of Uruexs Travels besides the it Contains much important nee IjcLivcen tht Traieller and many of the first Liteiary CLuraeters in as illustrations und testimonies in favourof the authenticity of Ins IVr and iatei and Constable nud and Manners and Of whom may be Travels to tht Source of 111 in the Y ars yu The Seciiid 1dilion and To is Lifu vif haiidsoinely with a volume of in A copies nrc priirteJ in with impressions ul the Price in ls Madame This day iriT by of the Public Li London and by Edinburgh and i M ELI A MAINS from the French of Majinne Author of J a bj Ansustus Von Author uf the 3 The a by i bonus ieiMge i a by the Author of Caroline of i vjls The Aoiv bv Madame rie i the Aneio a Rn Sophia Anttior of jcc 4 tiny is m pncu ALLS containing the History of diiriiixthe Keigu of Hem tho Kud succeeding tu of the Rcijn of Hiiiiry tho in which are partTciT lorly uiwJ thceepe Carefully tii the editions uf 1548 ant for and Rivintoa T Wilkis aod Uubiusun u aud Orme Cudell aud aim Lon Of whom may he HolinshedV Clironicies o and in G royal price The Chronicles of ant are in a state of Hakluyts Purchases and Fi BRITISH HOUSE OF The House went into a Committee of irlieu tho LORD CHANCELLOR presented the Petition nf of the City of Ks a claimant of tht title of Vjscuunt Afterwards thr Rills on their lordships tabk went through the usual and many other private Bills were brought up from the and read the fust The Earl of MOIRA presented Report of the Com Uilttee upon the Lcbtor and vliich aftei some observations his and from Lord as orceicd lo bo Papers the DuccJurs of thiEast as well the Fourth t cf thtSurveyor General of ueie presented at their Lordships Mr iillica was heard in uvhalf uf Commisariat of Aberdeen against the Scotch Kecord Bill now before their u upon Thu motion of Lord Redesdale the reading of taid vliirh stood for postpimed till OF Tlie Loun ADVOCATP of ave that he would move tomurimv fin leave to bring in a Bill re lative lie Local in frunithc India prepenled tLE j Annual Accounts of tbc to lie on the Sir Tuon AS Tinroi nQtieo that lie should move on Monray next for leave to bring ni a ISiri Ibr iiUief of Insolvent Debtors in England and The ionrh lioport of the of the Cnnva Lands ivas and ordered to lie on the WIIAKTOV briHicht in a fiir Ihc bpftfr pre venting uf frauds dopredations btiajr connuittdl nu ships in u first and urdcn d to be lead a steoiid tune this day anil to be guvc it was Ins in on ui early ilaVj to cull tlie utttntion of House to that part of the Sixth Report of the Commissioners of Military Inquiry rebitcil to tlie AcLouiptLiiit Generals department in the War Office und that lie should move tomor row for the produciion from the War Ofhee in ot Tintransactions thenHi AUKKCROMBIE thiit nn humble Address be presented to his iMnjest that there be laid before the House copies of the General Orders ued by Lieutenant Sir John Moon to the army under his command on the I25tli oi the llth of and the and JOth of Loid CASTLUKEAGU the papers moved for tle Honourable Member were not in hs olici and as he conceived no yood could result Ircjin their being laid tlie tanlrj objected to their even could the quarter be out to lam where they ere to be ob Genenil it was but justice to tlie memory of Sir John tluU allmled to siiould bo hud Before the A be obtained from or if fiom the Adjutant General of tbc army that smed in are also in the This Day is price Town and Country Auctioneers and JL Appraisers POCKET or Complete Guide containing the fullest Instructions to Auctioneers andall others interested in either a Buyera or Sellers of every Speciesof ith Di rections for cvoidicff the incidental and adjust in the of Sales hy sume useful ami correct Tables for calculating the and a co pious containing an Histiyy ofthe Duties on and various useful To which is an containing1 much important By an EMINENT assisted by several for Holmes and Paternosterrow and sold by all the Booksellers in Town and On the 1st of will be in four beautiful Subjects from to be continued and completed in fifty at ASSELLS WEEKLY DRAWING of KLRAL or the bclf Artist cousistint of Vieus truiu and Aroiintnin Iliver Characters of thevarious species of calcnlnted heighten aud snhliinity to pic turesrpic clii ct the various domestic animals that em bellish niral scenery including subjects from original paintings hy in the possession of the Proprie never before published the nhole eiipaved by Ksi by Thomas So Cluapside it Edin hnreh and to be had of all i i the Lnited lELDS NEvV Ou the 1st of will be in duo legantly printed on etnbcl a superb engraved ftom an ori ginal painting by and nimerons other price or luilfbound in ot rTMIENEW ENCYCLOiEDIA Circle M of Knowledge and iu a concise popular distinct not uuly the first Princijilcs of fur the fiistinctioii f bur embracing every Modiru Discovery that is ivorthy the attention of the Phihisophir or Man of By WILLIAM Authuiof the New Pronouncing Dictionary of Ijie English aviated by emi surprised that the SecretarysLonld oijject to the papers lie hadrhoved because it was known that they must have been entered upon the orderly books of every regiment that served in and therefore could be no secrecy in the He was well persuaded tlrat Sir John Moore would never write any thina to the army he had the honour to which he would ba ashamed of having made He had heard from Some quarters the retreat from Saha to Corunna represented as a disgraceful Whether this a fact or these papers would serve to After a fW words from General Turleton and Lord Castlereagh in und ncr iu support of the the House dm A f 3 l JTajority against the production of he in pursuance of notice he had given on u former evenings rose to iiinve for the production of certain documents relative to H6 late campnign in The papers he wished to be laid before the were a letter from the Junta of two dispatches from Frere to Sir Joim dated the 3d of The Member read a copy of the letter of the Junta of which as sjrntdjjy the Duke of Castel Franco and Don stating the preparations wl making at Madrid to defend that city aodiust the aad urging him not to continue Ins re but to full back upon It wis not a little he in his pinion it savoured nut a little of hen coupled with the aubsetjuenY conduct of that that the evening of the very same day liuit letter Don Moila had interview with the Duke of and three dqvs afterwards signed the articles of capittilu by which Madrid was pnt mto the hands of the the suggrstions of that let ter heeu complied the result been the certain destruction of the British But brtuuately Sir John Moore did not suiter hiru ilfto be deceived hv He considered the lan of Natural Theology uent professional CONDITION OF A The work be printed in on A hie wove volume to contain a complete Treatise on some important branch of A minute will be regnlarlv published every until whole is eoniplcU d Tlie work will probably extend but certainlynot exceed Twentylive Numerous by the lirst will be given in the ouiirsi j As each will form a complete wuik of I with scparutc titlepa it be at tin eption of thepnniiabor to Hike any part ot the work he may I guage of the dispatches of Frere highly un N and the whole conduct of that Minis ter towards Sir John Moore as indecorous in the It was in consequence of hissolicita tions that Sir John Moore his and wa7 induced to make what was called the di version of which it was but too well known caused tindisastrous retreat to Jn respect it was desirable that those papers should be before the They would place Freies conduct in a clearer point of and if to his he should be extremely at present he thought it in the degree The concluded with That an humble uiU be punched jSE i dress be presented to his pray ing that London Printed finThoinas n there be laid before the Houfe a copy ot a letter from the Junta of Madrid to Sir Jolni to guw am lidinliorgh ohil may be had of 0 rtth aH the iiiformatiou ill the all other Booksellers m iht UnitedKingdom I
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