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   Day (Newspaper) - May 3, 1809, London, Middlesex                                POLISHED EVER AT SIX M MAY PRIVATE SALES BY PRIVATE PRICE 1 T EXHIBITIONofDRAW ASSOCIATED ARTISTS in WATER ijjtti at i Full INDIGENT 1 GEORGES PREMOENT the Ritihop of VICEPIIESIUENTS Noble the Marquis of ST AFFORD the Earl of CARLISLE Kmht HOH tbe Earl of II ADS OR Itulit tbe Lortl Bishop of OXTORD i M iiurablr Admiral Lord RADSTOCK Lord TEIUNMOUTH aixl Alderman and Aldrman ANNIVERSARY DINNER will be tbe City of London Bishopsfatc 1 Robert Aldcnnau and William John William j Half past Five oclock Shillings may be had of the tin the i II tlie at the School the Cravenstreet Gar si and nt the Bars of the and theCity of Ijjiulon i admittcil without a no penuirteil to but those of the PIX nnil JOHN GRIND i nil PROPRIETORS OF EAST INDIA AND KM IT me to remmd that the Elec tiiiu is lived riic loth when it is my detcr piucecd to the I Cannot in adequate i my graitndi for very flattering reccp i i I met with npon Canvass and should I as to attain tlie object or my endeavours sliaH be exertedto prove myself I line the honour to Ladies and Your much obliged end Jl 1st JAMES 1 iJiuiiells meets daily at the IKitd iff thePonltry from eleven till four i I ill PROPRIETORS OF EAST INDIA DIES AND occasioned in your pirection lis me the ninny of soliciting that honourable h I through your favour and Allow isiiress my acknowledgments for tl rrrrivedj and to solicit the honour of your Interest ou the day of to under it is mjt positive intentionCo1 1 Tvustms that Pshall to pay my pcrso w cvny I Lavethe honour to subscribe with the greatiSsrj Ladies aud Your most obedient WILLIAM IVcsons Claims pn WHEAT of atislieJ by applying within ftn days from n Mr Agent for the East May BIAJHOJiDS and i DEMS JAGOJB begs inform ithe that he continues the fall raloe m Money opposite tbeiCannoti Ba Dhuuomt and of Drop to be YTTANSTEAD PARK win on i T grazing of ft on t he usual No weanlracalveti wal liken Remains iiVtfae Manor twoJidftriPknAv pi if not aad the expences they wWbe I MI on tbe 17th ay t he l A GOOU ATELY come for to HlLL near Fins eight or TSome Wtrfg the iale limiting HeasonL have done M want buVnt for immediate as aud aie likely to Perfect chargers in Li and any reasonable trial allowed N K The above Vortb more by forty umls i horse in than the now waul a kt k Kor immediately after IIEreirmrkablyftstsaiHnjr French BRIG UUer of MBWJUE bdfthpn 193 muuntinj 7 onljf months lying at togtHher1 With her Cargo of cor and1 other for the FreocK said Vessel and Cargo tin fiom Bounleaw to by his Commander of thtf theCoaul usc of John aud Co rher PartieuliM pltoalion to Daoif I and THE REAL JAPAtf MadeLy DAV and THIS invaluable with the usual produces the most brilliant jet black nouriahment to the 1 soil the finest is perfectly free from any retain its any v U wholesale by the Mamifac retail by Swmllowstrect Ax Vv the principal Per ami Oilmen in the and in evcryfown the United In stsue price most desirable Country Residence on the Lakes at the head of Windef fit for tfie reception of a large and respec and may be enured on by tbe 1st4f for six mouths or longer Tie Houie eoiB exclnnve oi a productive garden of about two nlmndance of with the lawn rouSjS tfie lepuice oi tne to Amblcside nnd Hnwkesbead are great rrsiikuceis rarely to be met Appuianon ibeail ftoota iwnoai irora in a most tlie Sc of a a pleanrcboat ViBAe leflfpr Jsc of in an Office at the Wes Kud of the tt Gentleman competent to the management of an extensive under the immedi ate su ueriuieudaucc of tbe The most snlis factory rerVreucrs will may adr Jrisned to Pyke and near In the Comities of KENT or WANTED to Purchase or good Family with from twenty to fifty acres of within tweutv miles of and not to Hoggart and Phil CHURCH WANTED to within fifty mUes of the uext Presentation to a or Perpetual CURACY of the annual value of with a comfortable and from Ten to Twenty Acres of and the prosjiect of very early ticular to be transmitted pustpaidj to Wai Stratford TO be a good FAMILY HOUSE with aud with a garden and paddock about four acres the Premises are cheerfully and command a good particulars inquire of Qucens The tenant may be accommodated with about nine acres of meadow land QUEENSOU TO be LET or a most desirable and cheerful fitted up with every convenience for n genteel family has been occupied by the Proprietor eight who is retiring into the conn try on account of Part of the modern and ele gant Furniture maybe taken at a valuation par ticulars inquire of f Neat four miles from situate in the TO be LET on from Seven to or sold for nearly Ninety years con tains four good and dressing room and clo neatly papered ground a wollproptrlioned paiuted and fitted up in a style of and breakfastparlour drawingroom and opening into each other by both fitted up with enriched modern A watercloset and storeroom a convenient Urge fcutlerVpantry and coal wine and beer and larder fore with iron fence and large back walled all laid out and planted with choice fruit a twostall with and mans room The whole occupying a ground plot of 56 feet by 300 feet A well 130 feet good spring be and Particniani hatt by Applying to Smiths and Sonntcy from with 50 Acres of fora Term of Fourteen BURGH an entrance dining with bowed of gojrt through which is a library or dressing a large and sttfreroom und kit and ou the principal floor are four best bed rooms over which are seven garreta farmstabky nndvSSWh farm iritki pnnd of excellent large kitchengar Tsrt walled part abundance of wall and standard frait and of meadow and pasture which suitable tp the may be had with immedlste Tickets to ntid npply to Caveridishsquarei London P VRSUANT to an Order of the High Court whereby it w to John one of the Masters of the said to inquire and state there are any charges flf affecting Bank Stock 9JO9M Navy Bank and Bunk Cent Anndities standing in the name of Charles late of in the of in the boolw of the Governor and Com pany of the Bank of and soool South Sea Annuitim per Anitatics and per Annuities standing in the of in the of tKtt Governor and Company Bank of and the Directors of the SoutbSea respectively persons who have any charges or incuro brances on the said several Stocks aud or any of are forthwith to come in and prove their several Charges and before the aaid John Camp at his m or in they will be ex cluded the benefit of the said TO BE PKRESfPTORILY PURSUANT to an Order of the High Court made in a SADNOtRa against before Charles one the Masters said in several at the public Room of tbe in Southampton on the 1 and idth of bet ween tne of twelve and one in the ofternMO of each day several Freehold mid Leasehold Estates of Edward late of Maa situate at oearBayswater aforesaid iiearOxfiirdstreet Gwtys nearManchestersquare near GrosVcnorsquare both near Maochestersquare tonstreet and both near Nottingham place near Cavendishsquare Dnke near near GraftOdstrcetj Bruton Mews iear and of sex and at in County of Particulars may behad at the Kaid Masters in Southamptonbuildings of and Graysinn andof and a cwpital spacious FREEHOLD witl rooms of large convenience for a large family of the situate in one of the principal squares of the with cocchbonse and forming a Alto i smaller the The tiro will be lelfsefafHWy hut together they offer a mMt denrablc situfclion for an Hotel of the nrst magqi and the PrQjtrlcjtor will npt object to let them for that ImtiediBte poscssinn may be be viewed by mity be had of TO BE PEREMPTORILY PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery made in cause wherein WILLIAM WAITERS and are and JOHN MAUNDY and ethers are one of the Masters of the said at the PmbheSale Room of the said hi Chan on the andThurs the 18th of 1665 the oclock day in 40 all liEASEHOHO ESTATES comprning other buildings including several publichouses ujsd in tbe Parish of fcbrilt and in Shepherds Market the pro Chadea Particulars T Great Bfocnisnry London ofiMewrsi and of TWO THOUSAND POUNDS LONDON DOCK ONE THOUSAND POUNDS EAST IfJfUlA DOCK to Wolfeand CorCanal and Dock Change witli iminediate a A desirable aud DWELLING wi A ofllceW every in Dover calculated for a fahsionable Town Re to GrayK A BROWN very hand some BROUN 16hands rising six goes well in and a Capital burse to perftctly free from and warranted The Property of a Gentleman who has no further occasion fur may be sacu at Queenstreet and Pickettstrect SHORTLY will be sold and of which due notice will be irivrn in ftrturs Advertisements several new erected 1KKBHOLD DJVELtlNG in in Teraplt laJ ha on application fo rflObeSOL A situated in tbe rapit healthy ami sporting part of the West of aadju excel lent with every a very good and kitchen of five more or Further be had of ALT CO3 with about ten acres of eight of which arc and the part subject to a small This most etriaWcJHtle Cottage replete with every kitchen and pfcasure small coacbhuwse sta bling for three melon ground and tbe whole in the most perfect or der the which is neat and suited to the may be had the premises are situate the most heal thy aud dry situatronjOand iif no way aftected beimj abont half a be viewed by Tickets Iiaji of Wclbeci CADOGATS be the LEASE ofagEnteclwellplanned FAMILY HOUSE the elatant may be takenJiy a pur chaser5S Viewed with Particulars fcaytyr Jbad of Warwick Goldensfnare Capital FrieehoW the principal nno be by a AN elegant and with coaetfhouse and adapted tq the1 residence of a pers6n The pre mises are judiciously and tbe rooms of noble aixanfed iu on and compe tent wjtb of every requisite class for a numerous and particulars may be known by application to in one price in A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE of the ORIENTAL LIBRARY of the late TIPPOO To wbiqh are Me moirs 2nd his Son Tippoo Sultan JL WeMajor ofthe and of HANOlTERrSQUARE Valuable desrable FREEHOLD with picture and library suitesof well arranged principal stone and secondary apd repletcwith every do arid loft fally to tbe a respectable fa ouri centrically Hanorer viewed by tickets with Terms and ihay be of New VILLA and LAiND on the WESTfilliS t B12 LET OR VILLA with suites of domestic coachhouse atid stablingforfour and nbout sevm acres of rich meadow by handsome and environed by and screened a luxurteut shrubbery an excellent walled and weltplaced The wliole iu high and competent lo accommodate arcypccfahle fa Thetrftuation is frie miles oj tbe May viewed by with printed may be by applying Harry New anii THE ppble and truly late the Residence and Property of his Grace the Archbishop of situate South The arrangement of this Mansion M upon fegiaiiti aud rtfl accOmmodadoos sufficiently spaeious for a family of distinction and its unite the situation fashionableaoiil central to tht of Parliament and by its proximity to the Park area of its own ground is rendered airy and The premises exhibit an extraordinary sabs taut iaj briclc planned judlcioosry for uaitiug convenience aud com the with distinct secondary staircasrs two spacious and well propor tioned lofty cxpco srtety and mitingroonr on principal witVa grand leading diuingpafJour of and ndth an inner nnd outerball on and on the description of domestic oflices which a uqrjlenftw family can a competent ar ranfcmcnt oTcellmi and and an excellent cold witli rtcessbyvn subterraneous avenue to a detached kitchen nod the whole forming a superior resi Tbe from at the tri vial be viewed by Tickets Between laanflVcveryday except Sunday with Priceand bf New Leasehold with immediate A valuable FREEHOLD pleasantly sifuated MaWstoOei extensive oCtbe surrcntodingl of a modern with a paved wjth fruit together with ex tensive containing 100 ami every for continuing tbe on a large the Premises have liscnerected within tm last 5enrs4 inperfect the landtax redceined mBmaU of abont one acre in op a fit a nioderate also a Freehold hj of a hou rind In tfie Sltttatttl To Mustard Drug 6ark Colour and Alum Grinding for and requirinf roomy with complete and diate valuable LEASE of a capital with large and ami detached worbhops and mustanT manufactory a distinct eutrnce by an ad joining gateway completely fitted up amd with two pair of crushing two horse dfcoitabte working bruisers oad sifting requisite also an additional iogcnious invention and wrought by tbe powere and at the same fur awi circular for latlis f the whole fortaing a very profitable and advan tageous Particulars apply to Crea and Surveyors and Great with VV excellent detached BroadNtreet near Qid valuable LEASE HOLD annpriiring a spacious substantial Fa hi with an excellent set of and entrance to the minutes oi the May be with furl her Pacticu and Fh MARINE VILLA ou tbe Coast of A spacious substantial Brickbuilt FAMILY commanding a bold view of the Uic ut Wightvand about 10 miles from and 60 from in the county of The House was built about 18 years ifjo by a at a grvat and is nowotfertd to tbe public at a price wor thy of immediate It contains 11 dining aud 30 by an aud breakfast with oftices ofevery dou ble for eight and altogether abont eight of which immediate poqecssiou vriU be given and the furniture maybe had at a fair Further pnrticiilars auii TickEtsJ to may be bad of Hoggarjl urd ucur the Royal Kx LITERARY andspeedily be in five a Descrip tive 1 tinerarjuir Topographical Delineation of each and ageneral Statistical Account of the Coun try including its its Civil and Ec clesiastical the state of the and its Natural By ALEXANDER DE Translat ed for and Paternosterrow and and Soho for and As only 2St have been printed of this it is rcqutsted that early application be made for This Day dre in neatly ptinted by Ballan tynejprice1 Editionof EDVVY and with otherTales and By the RO BERT for and OrmerPateriosterrow and Oxfordstreet Onr extrtctsaresufficiently ample to give a due esti mate Of Blandsvoftcal particularly as to be uncommon sweetness sad haritjony of bis 1803 Dcyden is often most admirablefor the art witHvhith be has intenrevcdhis alrasions into tbe main body af bis talc and together many h as judiriously ttaifs ijiscd this alsuiutoAiis and improved upon Critical Feb Of wbum may be by tlie same printed uni form with the The Four Slaves f a Ito in Tefl price Just published by the Pablic and sold by AndersoBi Edip ami and BRAZIL a AjL geographical account of together a of the most remarkable events which hove occurred there since discovery a description of the oftlie natirtsond colo interspersed witlr remains on the nature of its foreign andj internal lo which art subjoined cautions to new for the preservation df By ANDREW Fischers Picture of A Picture of These works will be read with great the POETTRY APPLIED TO at the ORIGINAL Jtl JL VETOLE re introduce books to the nndTcachers as being raBly adapted trftlre purpose of IntHafihg yonnfj Ileftomv fa the respective is ihore univer sally rtcrtrniised of the efficacyflf reducing fo rhyme wBftver jkirteriaeaUp mafca tf UtttiuJg impression tmd onihis princ1ple4besfoHowuig works among young Persons of fctttb Goldsmiths Grammar of Seojrtraphy by the price 2 TheHiatjKy of in easj frejtsci hy the same price bdhatf 3 hatf bouni In easy the price Printed for TabSrtand New and to be had of all wtth a fultallowjmce to andtbe thirecenth Book given yt DRAWING On the 1st of win be m containing firar Maiitifnl Subjects Trdm JfatoreV conlirtned andcompTetetf i or n of tHeyf Pgljjcuand gibes dtnnestic subjbcW the the wliole engruwd burjrh of V tkr VmtfA i LITERACY On Slay will be price te be TWE LONDON ucteJ by RICHARD CUH Printed for street and sold by Deigbiomf Oxford Bell and and all otbex aba may be the 1st Mi Con BELLS is the Second Voll ou royal with price of A SYSTJEM of OPERATIVE SURG1 oil the BASlSof Ier aud PatemOsterrow aud Cadoll Of whom may be by the same the First of the price The Anatomy of tbe iu royul A Series of En explaining the Course of oil royal price j HE LATE CAMPAlfiN 1 N SPAIN lu ami iu Alay will be iu an elegant with price Two Guineas in J POHTUOALandSPAIN un Acconaf of the Operafiobs of the BrirJsli Armies unrfcr SIR AUTHOR WEtXBStEY and S1K JOHN from tlic precfdiug tle BAT TLE of to tbe BAITLE and with full and interesting dttails of the memorable Retreat from with twelve Engravingg by from Drawings made un tlisiot illustrative of tbe UvAUAM Ibysiciau to bis Majistjs Printed for IlichaiJ and to be had of all This Diry is ia two splendid vullimes royal illustrated by Fjrtvone many of tliem coloured aftrr original ilrAH by the price five guineas in uYELLING SKETCHES in RUSSIA inare a ftesidence in those Countries in Iiie years mid ROBERT KER Prnited for Richard Lnn aud to be had of Bryce and and o all The mentioned claims a rest with the Public from the circumstance of the Authors accredited reception the of the respective Conn aud in the first circles of rank and and by bis Jtnown powers of by the pencil which claimed his This Day is price and illustrat ciVby with a full allowance in the pur chase of i GRAMMAR of or a Familiar Introduction to the Principles And Practice of that chiefly inteirfea for the use of Schools and and accompanied fay numeronsex which rwjnivt rittle or no onth plan tlie Grammar of By tbe DAVID Author of the the BexTing Piinted for and to be bad of all and jlealth Of wbom shay TUc Dictionary of to Arts aud by Cheroistry applied to mod uv reeeatly SCHOOL This Dayis piire wjtb allowance to 365 Lessons for English Schoolsj Male and containing mi eocriy jisetul important coircct and elegant Language of the best Lessons for cvery day in the By4he DAVID Tlie annual Sale of Ten Tliousaiid Copies of this incomparable and with which itcbutihuestb Te adopted in the of th Em are sufficient testimonials ujid an that it wilLin duetitne be uni versally received and preferred as 8 finishing Book in the practice of Printed for Richard London and to be had of alMJootseflcrs in Great Britain aad bo same Tlie First price Reading Exercises v the Tie TlieGrajiiinaiof Tliis New beujgthe twoelegant foolscap price in bving a A Dories of Letters recently written by a GENERAL 0PFICER his SOK bis entering the Com lirisiuij of elegant calciilati ci to units t he Characters aiidAeconiplisbmerits of the Gentleman and tbe cliaracterof this its jjcneraV reception in its adoption in all Militaiy tbe highest eulogiunis which can be conferred npijn Private to the might be quoted out number but he it satisfied with the utility he believes has attended meant sufficiently compen the sale of many thousand copies of his work in a short He hopes the principles contained in it will be and5 on their account he is soli citous tjhat hjs book shjriilil and be refid and studied ashjBg astht language in which it is for Richard London and to be had ofafl BookselUrs and Dealers in Books in Great Ireland and the LfiiTfil FIFTY This Day is in one very large and closely printed with Biograuliicak accompanied by separate Maps of every 6ouiity in and by various of Scotlandy aud price complete or A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY ofthe UNITED compiled from Par and other Authentic Modern Documents and each oiwhicb are annexed tbt or bartlculariy described in tbe preface and containing Accounts of every JJnn Tythimjj other remai te ft or place the various Islands dependant on the British It would be to to whom such a Work ss eaboyeaepcribed wotildAe because it would Ire ifflcult to any clans of persons to whom it would not be intlUpeusible for daily Harbo fhe sanw U simbly necessary to roenfiontlhat was irt f l tfie lultivation and the corrected Lists of the He has cou betnablc to render it an Authority on most iich he aad to be bad of allBookseHers inGrmt Jin Bud raTariuus   

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