Day, May 1, 1809

Day

May 01, 1809

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Day (Newspaper) - May 1, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING r 7 AT six L MAY PRICE M V 1C 1JS A RY I 1N N ER of n at the FREEMASONS TA on May rnr the IJukt of in the VICEPRII Viscowvt of Philip George Aylesford I nivr M inlkcfry Gale STEW H Jlmnns Astoi Coffin icorjr ThonKi nu fable ij Vive liif Slew iiids of tlic the Bir of lilt OY EAST INDIA STOCK llit Uesolutions of the Pw liiilia ascuiMcd yesterday at n 1 embrace the st uppor uiv positive dterminaton tu ilv nl ami I be Ic tu L K lo that if snrn ssful in n wiii IK tludy t prove inssvUwiKthy of which I am anxious to obtain i nur cllfihoimui1 lo with IjUdii null Your most devoted JOjlN Apri T Committee uscct every from clc at City of London ii winit favourable eouiirmnications will IO and the LEAbTE to be a HOlSE in containing a and eight other lately repaired lease 13 200 guineas rent taxes about30 whole or part of the furniture may be taken at a valuation along with the COUNTRY Mihw from Lomou nnu be for Tlirce from the JL 1st of June ready a most dcsir ublc delightfully situated on an cmitieuce coininunding moat beautifully with coach and other a capital garden andorcliard well with about three acres of at Clialfunt be and further particulars apply iu to Norton aud ALPHA TO be LET or a neat built COT TAGE consisting of four good rooms ami a large walled well clulhud with choice and planted with and The hutise is replete with every for a small pentccl The Promises tire supplied ijTid soft and immediate pos ho Carver ami will jive cards of SALES BY PRIVATE TO be of an excellent FA MILY in Fleet lo Herring aud HMO be FAMILY HO JL sitnatcd in the most healthy and sporting part of the of completely aud in excel lent with every a very good and kitchen the whole consisting of five more or less Particulars may be had of B A OF EAST INDIA frifini U the opinion of many respec who met here tliis iio inducting tn signify my intention of bccom for the East India Direction at an of many Proprif tors favourable i iipnVnito be now I am induced approaching and earnestly lauur of vour votes and interest on the Country Ji Miles from with Acres of be for a Term of Fourteen BlRGH an mtrancc dining with bowed of good through which is a library or drcsMn with 1 a lursjo dmwmj and storeroom and watcrrlo kit and lanler oil the principal Hoor an fourbist bid room over which arc seven carrels three tuo fourstall Inundrymaiils nnd fjin with a pond of excellent hirgc part walled part ajuiulanee of wull auc standard frnil and no acres of meadow and pastjix The which is suitable to I he hous may he had with immediate Tickets to and further apply to No and seven Miles from Very compact with coach fourstall aud five acres of meadow beautifully situated at Sydciiham culars ami Tickets for vicwiag to be had of Winstanley and FliTEKN FROM TO be SOU or commodious sub stantial KliSlOEXjjIEj with double stahlin lor BCVCD anI two paddocks containing together about 15 Tbe house is in very complete n suitable to the accommodation of a large and ve sperrible and earjy possession may be bo viewed by with further may be had of WinitanlevIUIK LITERARY INTELLIGENCE to be On May will be price continued THE LONDON con ducted by RICHARD London Printed fur Samuel street and sold by Oxford Bell and EJinburcli Dublm and all other Bookselh Of whom also uioy be tbe 1st price ASTRONOMY day iu price illustrated by large on a of the 1 a Popular Explanation of the Wonders of the Heavens and the vjrwus Celestial adapted to the meanest By tiic Author of the Won ders of the MicroscopePriutid fr Richard London aud to be had of all tile Woudcrs of the illustnrtive of the Creation in regard to minute objects with Tery price Lectives on Natural ami J Grammar of Nalaral A GOOD j a laic bau bautmg havq Uonc bit littU theteferc do not want but lit tor immediitte road aud arc likely to make perfect aie in high and any reasonable trial The above horses will worth more by forty pounds than the owners now want fur EASEUOLD HOUSE und in LEASE of usmall and between Uo and 4O meadow with livestall and convenient out otlices situated tix mIes from on one of the Surrey and commanding beautiful ami extensive views of I bp surrouudinsf Possession may he had at only may be informedof j ami have caids for by applying to I and PUBLIC This day is a Second price A LETTER to VERY of LONDON relative tovsrioiis ABUSES in the TION of the subversive of the Constitution of nnd at variance with the fundamental Princi nd Public oue ples of Justice At i nive he 1 to with and oedient bumble EAST INDIA STOCK filiSTI Htiirn my most grateful thanks IMP rtTcpiinii with which you have cam Yaur kindness enciturages cNjiiclrftiiin of success npon the day of for the 10th of Should I to thr object of beeverted to prove myself the Uonmir iMiiil and very oldient JAMES ls CmuiDittre meets daily at the in the from ejcvcu till four PORTKR London April Meet ins of the URUVKRY the following jire eleclH as a Committee cajryiug the ilip tuHirlakiiig inlo effect Ironcis John nirgi James That tho intended csta i nntl that the Committee be I j advc in acciptini the tmsl fur the London1 fcl tliemselvtrs callrduunn to ii uU to thatno emleavours will lr securr to accortjioj to thir i he ppmiscs ip the provided they ijiinlupon fdir and cijtritablc terms and a forth that the present project has mthe purpose of ettliancin the value of the lie fh Committee U ne tlwir motives I tin j that their characters are a sufli iiy anjj such siiiKlef iir therefore respectfully that Rams I n Iximbsudstrcct and leu imd by Treasurer Northfile of the Royal The be had by applying at rithev of the Bv order of his Corner of GREAT AS jreat satisfaction in being ale to an nounce the and lu after incurring considerable cxpence in the employ of tbe best and alJtd by local A SPLENU1D ASSEMBLAGE OF TOWN rill NTED Of fixed and imiuovcable for their and which are peculiarly adapted to the pitsent of aa it combines every of the and elegant desipiis and patterns from the Pa and Asiatic of an intinite variety of rich Damask Printed Bine Celeste and Boya and other jioti uy fldaptcJ tor Dnuringiooin and and Breakfast with ig Borders Medallion for Chair to match anil cxtjusive uf Plain of fast and Plain aad Bordered Kerseymeres aud Cor the varied purposes of elegant in submitting the above to the inspection o the feels confident the superior quality kis aud the very low price he is as a Ma iu Cirfjrer aud Proprietor to charge hopes hi rthall secure a continuance of ticat patronageit ka been his ambition to A fresh supply of Patterns from the Manufactory may be seen every Wednesday and at his Warehouse ahorv irfrrrcd The Trailiare supolitil fl IM niMiTTEE of GOVERNORS will at on 3d Mny i to receive proposals in and persons willingto ttctulem Hospital ri2 1 he bertox wether aud toi the 3d May to the 4th Ortoher Mm from the Sd May next to the iLr foUnvins a elides use of the at per at per 1 blub lineirfor cotton chcclw for and articles last named may ui by sppljmg to the n jUil all tenders must be dcliyereato or before the they cannotbe f governors will meet at Britle the 3d of h on such 10 teUc fortHctcrniof Cl pitnate corntT of i of on jhe i t corner rbe had at the said Masters iptoiiBulldings aforesaid of W and TO RE PEREMPTORILY PURSUANT to a Decree ofthe Court of Chaucery made in a cause wherein VVi LI i AM WALTERS and others are ami JOHN and others ore before une of the Maulers of the said at the Public Sale K oo n of the said in Chan on the and Thurs the 18th days of ISO the Sale lo begin at of each day iu 40 ail the LEASEHOLD ESTATES comprituug numerous and other buildings seveial publichouses situate in Montague and in the Parish of Christ and in Shepherds near in the County of Middlesex late the pro perty Sir Charles whereof may in South am Cliffirdsinn of and Great Bloomnbury uud of London of Messrs Pope and Kent and of iTO BE PEREMPTORILY PURSLTANT to an Order of the Hih Court of made ia a SAUNOEBS against before Charles one of the Masters of the said in several at the public Sale Room of the in oil 1 and the nth days of between the hours of twelve and one in the afternoon of each day several Freehold aiul Leasehold Estates of Edward late of Mau nt near Bayswnler aforesaid Grays near Manchestersquare near Jrosvenorsrpiare and Gray both near MauchestrrsquaiL Padding and both Notliaeham place near Cavendishsquare Duke nearMnnclirsterfqnart niar jDruUVulHcws near ManchestersquareT tand in the County of Middh 1 in the County of IT ALTO Nu C OT 77 about len acixs of eight of arc and tic Copyhold part snliject to a small T i moat enviable lit tie Coltaijc replete with snltablidomestic kitchen and pleasure small fjnn coachhouse sa bling fort hire horsi melon ground ami wbplc iirthc most perfect or the wbicii is uent ti may be had premises are situate in the nuivt heal thy nud tiry and DO May ailVctn liy aout half a milt from tie T be vicived Iry Tick is to e had sti Crivendis RlTISH SHIRTING CLOTH MANU FACTORY in texture being partly of rcuders it in everjre to and about the only by By Sir IMCMAliU oue of the Sheriffs of London Truth and justice are immutable and they will ge nerally amon rational over thj preju dices of and the machiuatiuui of This Address to the Livery of London and to the People of EinanJ is not to be considered as the work of a pro fessed ur but as the production of a man of in the discharge of an important public bfts been impressed with the necessity of re presenting to his constituents the views and feelings by which he has been and of oHeriner to their no tice certain observations dictated by principles of common which he conceives to be of iinportauct to the cause of nnd London Printed for Richard ICHAKD Auctioneer and Ruyal late of respectfully informs the he has fitted up a spacious for the Sale of Pawnbrokers aud every kind of arc opened the purpose tering Shares for Sale in Fire and Life Insurance and all Pub lic Establishments also Public and Prlrale Ground aid every species real nnd Fhttiirrs aad Stock impressed cih the most lively feelings ofqratitucte for Public Patro returns his mcst siai ere f and froma strict nuhutuce tu intpcrify and to ment a coaShjuancc of that which has hitherto placed in him by his Ncedham 15 about an Country when will aKorit him au opportunity of girinp pio portiuiial information ixspcitiii the Piucfiofc and Bate of other distant from the Any communication respecting country btiSHiess will ba thankfully and promptly B Siiars purchased or Faow THE LONDON APRIL BlacUfriais and may be nad otall TO of a or a large ii Ground Slidsunrmer for a of Picca or Oxfontstrectj nr Suilc of with a wd fot which a libernl pricewill tc which be post paid iidilrcsed to Tavi stockstro wiifbr iartKnfryattenjtcrj APPRAISER AUCTIONEERS a YOUNG who has been broiiffht up in the and perfectly tlic If be has some knowledge of Uriwing it will be an additional rc iil Security and the most satisfactory re ferences for character and abilities will be Let tis postpaid to will be attended to aid if with satiifuetofy an inUmeiv imme afternoon by a on his ivay from the to the General a addressed James containing a BANK POST dated the gth for payihlc to James ralnc of Aloscs has the and will it tj shall liVE POVNDS No greater Rewa d will be the Bill being of uo value but to the real us be and the acceptance and payment beiui stopped at the jPartkrnlari had at the Masters in of atid GrayVian and of Young T LIVERPOOL KEW LIGHT JO carry otily Four sets from the GOLDEW Charing Friday at six thrpugh Ashby ds la upon Trent the WfirtuTcilriclij and through i niornine i at as ma aiftCOACH srHOutoii r JSvcmngat at ftOtHIEAD NORTH at4evehv3apd fit at Patrauised by hci a thePrincess of hit Royal Highness the Duke of and most of the MACASSAR for improving and ac celerating the growth of preventing it ful nj or changing and bestowing an unrivalled gloss on the Soil at per by the Rowland Haltongor aud by appointment at all Perfumers and Mcilicine Venders the Luittd where akomay be ust price Au Essay ou the Cultivation and ijurfrorcment of the lirmnn Dedicated to her toyal Highness the Princess of by un Priultd and sold and most of the principal Booksellers and Perfumers in the 1iiitcd tinOil is sealed with the ini tials of the without that none arc genuine EXCHEQUER BILL APRIL J8C9 LL EXCHEQUER BILLS dated in the Months of March anil April to be paid The Lords Commissioners of bis Majestys Treasury directions for payinj off the Principal of the abovementioned Exchequer with the Interest doe at the Exchequer Bill ia the Receipt of New Palace on Saturday the coin day of Attendance will be given aud Holidays exccpted and includ the 8th from ten oclock in the till one in the for the purpose of re ceiving the for the greater the bearers of the said Bills are desired to bring Separate Lists of each fkscription of containing the numbers in nu merical according lo the dates of the saM Bills and commencement of sums mid inte rests due computed butexcludingtbedayson which they are respectively to the said 20th day of May when the interest will cease and the said bearers being holders or not ore jridiapensibly required to indorse each Bill with their urtsT and to write their names and residence at tbe bottom of each separate list and tbe said bearers moreover required to attend the Exchequer Bill Office for tu receive thcNew give the receipts fur the If may of tbe holders of the nforeiajd Bills should be de sirous of receiving payment of the principal interest previous to thesaidsuth day of they may be Decora inodated oacompating tht interest to ttre on they wish to be and caTiog Bills nation one Jay prior persous as of hnribj NeV in or irt part payment marking new and rf This day is in royal price ALLS CHRONICLE coutainintic History of England during the Rcn of Henry the aud the to the enj of the Reign of Henry the Iii which are particu larly the Manners and Ciistoms of lliuse pc Cinelully collated with the editions of 1S4S and for Johnson aud Rivingtou Payne and Robinson aud Onne ami Lavies and Lon Of whom may be Holinshtds Chronicler of and in 6 royal price The ChrouiclLs of are in a state of and tullcrs Woi ore also in the is in a neat and closely printed small containingTen useful price in A SEW EDITION of a NEW SYSTEM of DOMESTIC formed upon Princi ples of and adapted to the use of Private Fa Comprising also the Art of Observations on the Management of the Dairy and Poultry Yard for Home Cookery for the and for the Poor many very useful Miscella neous Receipts and Directions proper to be given to Ser vants liothin Town and To which is au Essay on Domestic Economy and Hoiischuld Manage comprising uuuiy Observations which will be fouud particularly useful to the Mistress of a By a This is really owe of the most practically useful books of any which we have seen ou the The Ladv who has written liM not studied how to form expen sive articles for luxurious but to combine elegance with She has given her directions in a plain sensible manner that every body can understand and these are not conlmcd merely to but arc extended to a variety of objects in use in families by which menus the utility of the book is very much increased Auti Jacobin Printed for John London Manners and Brown and and John Ballantyne aud Edinburgh Glasgow Wogan and Sold also by every SookseMer and Newsman throughout the Empire whom may be anew Edition ot 4 small price may interest threepejioe bftlfpeniiy or QH everwone di willibei ancltlfc to he w IAB T has HASSliLLS NEW URAVMNG On the 1st of be four bqautiful Subjects from to be continued and completed in fifty at HASSELLS WEEKLY DRAWING MAGAZINE of RURAL or the Self Taught Actist consisting of Views from Cottage and River and Coast Characters uf the various species of calculated to heighten and give sublimity to pic turcsqac effect the various domestic animals that em bellish rural scenery including subjects from original paintings by in the possession of the Proprhv and never before published the whole engraved by by Thomas No Cheapside Edm bursth and to be had of all Booksellers iu the United EN FIELDS EW On the 1st of will be ra duo elegautly printed on hue wove embel lished with a superb engraved from an ori ginal painting by and numerous other price or halfbound m coiitaiiiiiTff Astronomy of rfMiENEW ENCYCLOPEDIA X of Knowledge and digested in a concise and popdlar in elucidating not unlv the first Principles for the Instruction of biit embracing every Modern Discovery that is worthy the attention of tbe Philosopher or MB of By WILLIAM Authorofthe New Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Natural assisted by emi Beot professional 1 covniTJosn or The work will be printed in wove JL Each volume oonliia a jcomptete Treatise on some I importantbranch A volume will be fegiflariy jnjblished every monttij until N will probably eartend but not be ja t course theijUDiicaf to of the wa At the Court at the Queens the 26A of ApviU present the Kings Moit Excel lent Majesty in Wherens His by his in Council of the eleventh of one was for the to order that all the ports and places of France her or of any other country at war wiih his and all other ports or places in Europe from 1 thoogh not at war with his the is and all ports orpaces in the ctkmirs to his shculd from henceforth e ject to the same in pjuit trade am ni as if tlic same attially bluckadtd a l strict and rigocous manuer incl aiso lo trade in articles wbifh are tic produce or rt re of tke said countries or colonies aud wfcereis having been nevertheless not to huse couatiics which were iu alliance or amity Witli iMi Ty to any greater inconvenience ikaii WHS rable from caiTying into fleet his stys just ottrr mination to counteract the f his riicmii did malic certain exceptions expressed in the said Order of the eleventh nnd in Cvr tein subsequent Orders of tAe twentyfifth of declaratory of the aforesaid irdvr of the clivetlh of veniber and the eighteenth one thousand eight hundred and and thirtieth tf one thousand eight hundred and etght And iu con sequence of divers events which have takcu pluce since the date of the firstmcmiuned afiectiug rela tion between Great Britain the territories of other it is expedient that sundry parts and provisions of the said Orders should be altered or revoked Hii Majesty is therefore by and with the advice of Lis Privy to revoke and aunul the said several Or except as hereinafter and so much of the said several except as is hereby revoked And his Majesty is by and with the advice of his Privy to ami it is hereby that all the ports and as far north as the River Ems under the Government stillnj it stlf the Kingdom of ind all and pJacts under the government of toctiicr with the Co aud settlements in rlie possession of those Governments and all ports ami places northern parts of to be reckoned fiom the ports of Orbitello aud Pesaro continue and be subject to the same in point of snd without any as if tke wereactually blockaded by his Majestys ncval forcs In the most strict and rigorous manner that every ves sel trading from and to the said and coloui plantations or togellitr wiih all gooos merchaudise on shall be condemned as prize to the Aud his Majesty is further pleasid to and it is hereby that this Order shall have cScct from the day of the date uith respect to any together with its which may he captured subsequent to such day on aiy voyage which is and shall be rendered legal by this although such voyage at the time of thecooiiHieneement ofllie same was unlawful aad prohibited under the said former Orders ajd such upoa being brought shall be released accord ingly aud wifh respect to all together with their which may be captured in any voyage which was perniitied undwthe exceptions of the Orders above men but which is not permitted accordingto the pro visions of this liis Mitjesty is pleased to and it is hereby that such and tlieir car shall uot be liable to unless they shall have received actual BOice of the present Order before meh capture or in default of such until after tbe expiration of the Tike intervalsfrom the of this all6wed for constructive m the Orders ofthe twentyfifth of one thousand eight hundred and and the eighteenth of one eight hundred and at the aad latitudes therein And the RightHonde Lords Commissioners of his Majestys Secretaries of State the of the Adjniiahjv aud tlie the of and Jmlgcs of of togivethe ntcrssary fireitions as to them may Sespectifely Matthew Woollen v to sur tthew render Kfay and Sunc tt at tire Tosthie ed j arili Bfajrave and SyiaumlV ;

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