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Day (Newspaper) - May 10, 1809, London, Middlesex PHiCE SIXPENCE rietors Meeting the be held at tke iqftvat Chair to be at nevcnoctock Byorder of tbeBoard S A ANNIVERSARY of MrtSWiVS HUNT will1 tie tfts HWWey vTl uuA the iiiWN OF I Oircrcion of GtuliJQ IrnllK A NnrEWAliYDINNER of this the uf Loudpu i nind coiUpairf ofthe Governorsaud of in the LIRE AGeatlemaa in the abort to at Iper clear of ercry Ten ShanersK a the aad iriTB cumpriRine a raodernand elogaut jbold Villa andOfficet calbfljl Snrfrwibory aod and about US acres of and wtjod situate on the of abbot nine inftes from London commanding a most expensive prospect theRirot to and Wor Charles Sir Alderman Mayor KsiAlilmuau Juhu Tbontav Kowcroft Alderman and Sheriff J Jisq J Tublcst Halfpast NO Veam Lcuac at riRO FATVflLY HOUSE JL Urge plexiarc and kilchtm garden and and every couvcaieat detoclied of together irilh all the Vatoable a choice collection of about uu Juzeu of nc old Port ami Madeira The house ftve bedrooms Ualpji ICsq JoHn I Thomas I U Esq I oil to tlie at the Pzots with a waterclosut and other large apd entrance The gardens jure hijk well and planted with andstandanl fruit whole to be and im possession hat to Kpyal be few the prinpipttt pait of a genteel HOCSK sitnitt ia vast preferable part of andfurthrr infermatiair by ait jfactioueer and without vice Lo Jaines RnmwSt Gctrt to be Couftfjy Ediuoutojii j be a very pleasant aiid JL conreafent Roodtad drawingroom with Frrnch large and coal The tbo tnrrs and nay part of the furniture my be hadat a to Broad Royal TO be tET fof a tfcrni of entered on taodertihniU situate at consists of n J c good witti au orchardrFerribg iswAfi abent three Idles id hall in ttajiofa mile from the or PortiquJhrf in rattmoted in Rqyals jllajor QXSjuiieH to be without porefcass Stoutt to be to 76tU Jolio fioiii the 1 vice rst 77th IJitoyCuuUtih Benjamin fiwni the bi Easign 1Snrgcun tu be Sur Vice placed on 79th Kusign Roberisout from tbe ROJS from the Royal saft WUliaiu from tlie to be the rauk of Cth Archibald fiom laic Ihlntntrtoo to Uuuter 94th RobcitapDj to be by A Valuable and clesrable FREEHOLD with capacious picture saiuuuy and a librai j of well arranged principal stunt aad secondary st and rcplrtc with inetnic and stobliiig with loft rally adequate to the accbmmoilatibii of a respectable fa and situate in Hauovev May be viewed by tickets Ttrrtis atid vtuj be known of Mr Hairy Ol AND 11 UK day of Election this ULto request the of your New v rmj reception1 have met witb miu indulge Ihe most bfj ViM not hiin my power to re i very I attributedto suary of the nud tbe short interval of i in the Dinction was t InlioniHir to Iadtes and our obliged and Iliowiiurnms OREAST INDIA STOCK AMI A VING already declared my positive de tTininnlinit to go to the I liftvetbe pleft i that the encouragement Murr 1 last had the honour of addreHsimj hat Uitcdamchafc itttt I m ntiiring myself to you upon tbegvouqds of on I with conndmcc H it the ballot this tniting will pi ice me in the situation to J 1 have the honour to Your fiutttfnl aud dcrofed I UK PROTtllfeTOTlK OFEHST Uu IKS AJI IT is with the utmost and the most assurances of my determination my friends bv In the high so ihat I sboll ppjcesd to impossible give any additionalproof of tSaowliathasbceHrfreody snbmltrM i rrupdclors Upon tWs 1 fjiour and It is by a strict adherence alone to that and the engtftiaattiof ntttrnTmpio of the CorripanyH thatIycan afor your or fiftaro tuiittfd pqrwiniil any I it will be the insfpicjjcy t of aud not tOany wont ofatttirriotior on tbe part of Ladiesand Twur rnosVobcdient and Huinble VILLA and JLAAD on the Wisl TO BE LET ORSdL A COMMODIOUS withwrites of domestic coachhouse and and aboutseven nfkadow divided jato by and environed by gravel anil serened byaInxuriant shrubbery an cxcelleut walled The whole in high and competent to accommodate a respectable fa Tbe sitoation is aadiiilhiu five miles ihc Mliy ofeViewcaty tickets only with printed may by applying to Hairy Kew oulre for Ferrlng or James be ou a repabing a moderate sizevl FAMILY with niuueroiis and a goodor chard and capable of being made a very eonilVxt The house is situated at a very pleasant distance from the in tjie rural Village of in the neighbourhood Otcrly about miles from and one uuij a halffvoiu the great Premises may be and further by applying Bedfordsquare ifby post Possession may be had at FROM THE LONDON MAY rqqncstan ca of bis Friends at the thla at the TTobTt aud Omccs noble and truly capacious lato tlie Residence and Property vf his OraCe the Archbishop of situate South The arrangement of this Mausioti is upon a grand and its accommodations sufficiently spacious for a family of dilainctioDand its the situation fashionable and central to the and and by its proximity to the area of own grouiul is uiry and Tlie prgmises fNliibit an extraordinary pile of substantial brvck planned jadicionatyfdr unhiug couVeiUedce and and1 com within the chambers distinct stone sriiircisff apacion and well propor by rxpcri jirrelv onprincipal with a itbne staircase lecdiag diningparlour of pBdtnt aud with an inner and outerhall ou the ground andxuftbebafenieottevery description of domestic offlcxs iraracroas family can a ar raiigemcnt of cellars and and an excellent cold wtw access lijr B Babterrancous areaue to a detarhrd kitchen aad the whole fprming a superior resi for go years from at the tri viftl rent of Tickets between 5 everyday excrnt Sunday with taay be had of New 1 THi PROPRIETORS OF EAST INDIA UBIKS AND cubic teMhnuiiialc thaihnd romelo l in proof of my title to yoursupport at the Elcriiuta I think it diir as well lo as to tliit nunv friends n ho hpvje sO loajf that my claims to eU afc Bofelyupontliftgron tried scrrices to IiidHTC the eUuatiouvat nTHt of ay to rr I ha aWe anil tried known to crery Proprietor bare had to addicss iiinparimao betwecu my and prCnndidatej and if is the to the distinguished Desirable with excellent Garden anil Meadow Stockwell iuabteaHd desirable LEASEHOLD delightfully sitnate on Stockwell Cum neir tbe road leading to Claphorn comprising a Cheerful brkk built suitable for the recep genteel family i with every domestic and an excellent gar fully and a 6eld of meadow inclosed with a lofty brick held for an term of sfat tyfire at The fuschaser may be acconniioditerV with tbe excellent Hboxehdld Furniture and Effects at a fair valuation tbe same will by Auction OH the beviewed with with may be bad of To Mustard Bark Colour aud Afiirn irinding for and requiring with romplete tindamnnv diatc LEASE of a capital DTPEL 4 with large and and solely by the opinion that may be v that I of tmMr for the various aud impprtaiji of thisgrrat C6nipony grateful Itouksv rkiitJ Fi come fonranl in ray sup I viay be tb that I tu to thjt has been uscil confident Clit will cfowiieji 1 huvo tbV boboerfo Ladiesjaiul iour devoted and obediqiit 11 trnds i the Practice x JS a very r Surgery Miwrv rrbmTen liuin hoori ie1 JfARKET t has bceii Vegetable fct of upwards pf the 1m foar fa rtoufhstb recommend He imuiirfactory Wltha distinct entrance by an waj completely fitted up and furnished with pair of cruihing two horse wheels gf suitable and sifting usefal requisite an additional bythi snme powfcts aiVd at tbe same fur cutting and circular saw latHs the forming a very profitable and advan tageous which J be Proprietor will pve satis tiry Fpr Pa5timlars apply to Cres Great d near 100 feet in in a Jwftb an old established and of whicn Twentyone years arc to coroeof substantial Brickbuilt tlie adrautageof aud a commanding countiqg mud calculateil fyr the adapted the present are not on and terms tof ready money per MAY 3d Regiment ofDragoons Lieutenant from the adRegiment of Life to be hy vice 8th Regiment of Light Linitennut Wy Slade to be Captam of a vite de ceased Meyer to vice Sladc John fcrent to be vice I JEdward1 to be Cornell hy viccplctrej who 13th HospitalMnte Thomas Price tobe vice I8th Coriitt Charles Hesse to life by who retires QutnteiMastri MCaiftnfy to be the of vice the Adjutancy 2lst to be by pur vice who N 1st Regiment of tfout Captain Henry Whiatley to be Captain of a by vice who retires Ensign William Milutr to be vice 4th Regiment of LiVutfiiaAt fiom tbe Mounooth to be 10th from the Chasseurs BtitunniqataV to be vice Ibth with OMt rice Vboje Appoihttiicnt ban trof taken 22d Captain George from the 56tb ta be Cttptaiu of a vice Hurtotouej vice promoted Ensign Lacy vice who retires Lieutenant Heneage fi oin the sd Ganisoo rice who be without Thomas vice promoted Lacy vice George Ulric Bar vice who resigns IViUiain vicu promoted in the 33d be En withaot 4th Ensign from the Warwick fi Easign lames Fnser Ron to be Lieute vice John 33d Lieuteuant John Gutbrle to be Captain of a vice deceased Geocge Ulric from the 22d to vice Guthrie Serjeant JamcB Fazarektrley to be vice 34th Rbgimtul of Liiarteosnt WartMLeod Tew to be Captain Of a vice Ro promoted 3Sth Lieutenant of a vice I lain BrooVmanrfiornlbc Royal to be Eusign JUeuteoont Joiu 3Gth Dittoi Lkmtcuant fvrd to be 07tb to be 33th Jflbn from the Pert lishitc to be 43d Lieutenant ProiteTrTldtbi Cantaio of a i vice deceased den tobe wiUiout promoted m the luid foot I to be vice Procter from Snrppkttre Eunignjand AdjataafiJ Eusij tenant without vice Slaf Uojal South Gloucester tt luet token pitor Alexander from he 70th to be Second Ensign ChriatopbiT from the wick to be sccoud ad West India Captain JatiK to be Major with out vke promoted theStarliu Sth Surgeon Sarmrel from the vice appoTuied to the 77th Foot Royal York Alexander to be without Dillons Pefer Doplrssis to be vice de promoted in Hulls Chasseurs Lieutenant Matthew from the Royal to be Captain of a witbont vice ruomotcd On the Staff in Portugal hospitalmate Thomas Short to Assistant vice Blacky tothe loth Foot Jtoyal Regiment of and Adjutant Peter Wallace to luivc flic milk of 3d GunWon Eusign George from the Sth ta be vice appointed to jad Brigadier General John of the 6oth ta be Deputy AdjutantGeneral to the Forces sew ing iu North vice JVIajorGencral de ceasvUi Major Thomas from West India Regiment to be iu he beiug appointed to serve in Portugal under the command of LieutenantGeneral BANKityPTCV William of from May 6 to June at Joshua of dealer and to surrender May and June at at tbe Puluce At and London and Joseph of North gro dealer and May Juue at and at at the Crescent North Robert North bhielda aad Joseph Lriver Cock and James of wine und tkalcrs and May HOUSE OF LORDS Miir 9 JteSIx Months Exchange Bills Bar Utt SmrthneUl and tjfc Newspaper Dis Ois was com were brought up from the Commons and read a first The lush Commissioners Feca Bill readaseccriU aud the Nova Scotia Trade Bill Message front his Majesty wtts iuform irig the House tfcat he had entered into a con vention the loan requested by the Prince 26f at mud Juae at l to be Captani iOtsam Wil Itenccster from to be fijuntnefiere the Stirling Matl Me anil Hol Andrew now ur late uf coin oiid June 20 at at the George and Angel William Loudou and Jolm oi and May ami June at at At John of dealer and cbap Maj at tiHirai4Jnne at at Guild Nfew Juuu of and May mnd June Jdta The Suieof NORFOLK that the sums already advanced to die Portuguese Gu verumeut were be included iu the amount of tle proposed loanj and approved of tbat cuu tiou in speiifritjo tite mibli Tie wished to assist that hoped h would assert its iiidjpendehcein theJBrazib dtll think of to j any Amber effort mbehtrif Poitu gaTi ivbicb wore now the niercy of andfrishcd all the poiver coyntry to be cotrceutrated at Lumu for selfprci LIVERPOOL moved an Address to Majesty for iris gracioni and as suring him of the readiness of tliis House to take1 elFectual measures to carry its bbjtct into to order of thfe day beinof read for the se cond reading bf the Local Militia Adlitioual Earl of LtYEirfOoE made a few remarks on someof its Earl expressed his dibappro bation thepracticelvhieh had fVr a capsidev able time of transferring from time to from the MtJitia to the regular my as the Militia then remained little better than a recruitingftmd Ibrtho army Lord HARUOIVBY defended the mode adoptee for augmenting the national The Marquis of DQUCLAS supported the ob jections of Earl and the Earls of WKSTMORKIANO and HAKDWICKE invalidate Lord ROSLYII and LordSELKIRK both con condemned the mode in which the national and constitutional strength of the countrywas with to be wasted and destroyed in fruitless efforts The question was then the third of the Bill was referred to a Couimtttca of the whole House to HOUSE OF J1AY The Temple Bar Inipiovcnieut Bill was read a tbinl time and STUBGfes obtained kave to bring in a Bill to Vesting certain parts of Windsor iorcst iu bands his Thomas of nf sty JUBC Wfefte George London and Kruijftl Jainri jssth ttfbe SaawlDlbijaD 1 S3d vice i 1 u S5tb deceased 4 May and Charles of Bir at at the White Hart Charles Loveday at the William of 31 Robert Ha at at tbeStar aftd Garter Of at attlie Star aud Li sic Bu3lrtopev wine and spktt Thomas late tf at The to of the Commttfrtap pointed 14 iriijuire uto tne of Fortst ordoMtd o be The House itself into a Conmittee on itie Woollen Sfanaftcturers and Cvuost heard against 7be House then ami Wttksf Toy that the Honfe So mjolve iisclf into a Com mittee on Friday to consider lurther on the Lord MILTOS brought in 4 Bill tocimhle lie Jipigcd to try Civil Causes rinrtn their own ficad a first time in9 to be printed j and to Tie read a second tiiae Monday A Message the Lords announced that their Lord ships hat agreed to scytra privjate gard fbat c would bring forward to MMi that he should not brwj relative to State Lotteries rif Spain have at laJdlbeftonAe ftfel h my to upfin ttiefloasgfor its decfeioa ttpwrtfte wbttefe t tbkt ever to WM 4f tttwar in Spaini 1 fedQt iny on BUH i of uiu foiltrreofthe tdttttwewhblwt the active loanage paent of the campaign is tbt field forthe has bestowed U highest temeUrs cm tboee Onrttaise After been passed fice to the 22d lateof bootand at TbomM of the City of Triercbbat at at Ttoinas Atlonsonj of j trowbs ut Gnild of at at William Henry pf it Wflliam Winter and arrnT of laceraBn at of oib at at Guiklholl of Kuea June Andjifew literaniJobiif of Wentworth Samuel SailMoniawJ of Liver Peter late oamerchunV David of Totten Statuary John Crileh or oeaiWar i cotnttfanders that sonrces of the by British ingthe rntajory of and of ateof iBtiooafl griffitude to ti JWfcelwd Isaac iVhobad the direction of ttJif British heldl we bare pronotlfcCed our hisinerit OveK him the raised honour and who is that wittpresuoK to break iii upon uisrejieae Trie queBtiiJu is nbt as to conduct ofSir John Moore biit of bis Itfajesfys Minis ters All the disasttriwe exjjen6hced were rJie necessary tfeeir ducfc Tlie expedfitidu to oneGeneral was sent after i his predecessor had oftheir eflbrts to siWcoOr oC it Hast have orift good aooneKtd send our fdrcesinto Sftidta the vention it aotttntjf tbe of our farces ctjald W Brought tg act In tbat whereat by the saaae dis frfilK nearer to the Etro tfean 3itf ijas In the montji fforn Spain Duponts army August Jbaeph If September T to bis oelf at the head of person to quell tbe i oY the rei dree he Pyrenees bcr that lr n krtew were pasning larcbmg into the north ol Iii of this I
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