Day, May 17, 1809

Day

May 17, 1809

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Day (Newspaper) - May 17, 1809, London, Middlesex liMMC INSURANCE May L Jlrt of pirectors of the HOPE IN COMPANY do hereby give nil Court of Iroprietore holdingten in Stork ofthis will be ilic of London i he both pursuant to the Deed ofSet special Great MarlLo ANNIVERSARY DINNER of the i who have attended BROOKESPs i n iil ut the and ANCHOli at 3ux ou 26tb 300 Iw Icbuwn by valuable JJ LEASEHOLD well built Brki DWBLLING HOUSEand eligibly The Premises arc erected with the best and immediate may be Particulars may be fcuoyn by applying to j H chard vj 1 Kad of Medical anJ of Thomas flip Juke of F ME lo be bULL or a large size good FAMILY with eileiisivc wallpa arid cuacb Btabling large or be let Particu uf BriMc The Cbevalicr William in Treasurer ANNIVERSARY DINNER will be hiclTY of LONDON Bishcps lay j llitjuucu tic Duke of in tlie John V Eraanuel M j l Charles Ucnry SiH Uiq Dinner at five CHARLES l1 may lie hail of tlie Bir the City of London Tavern and Buttons j i Cirieolii Collection after DCAF AND Friends of this Institution are requested the Sociity at the City of LondonTa at half past fiiiir oclock il the Duke of in the Most Noble tlie Marquis of T I1 I t MI Sir aud Alderman Sir Richard a id A Merman Sir I Sir ttellcr M Thomas Thomas Bod Thomas Frederic Joliu Mark ivM Ear of 1 PITV t Mnii tinIAIIJ Snoiner the I lea of LEASE Kith pro ductive awl of rich nicarfuw the tttnaliuu remarkably pleasant ami particulars may ho kaovrn of Hogguit uud Phil To Manufacturers and others wantiag extensive Pre well Qa ou the Len du side of particulars uiay be known by appliAfioo House Wcainston iVry de sirable pait Freehold aud part situate in the parishes of and LillU within two miles of OopJocl WTiite ou the turnpike roail leading to and six from 1 wicli by 2117 2 and 31 perches of excellent arable and pasture iu n state of lying in convenient with sfood fenica the1 whole nearly within a ring fence with a capital and substantial brickbuHt thrrv and other out builil all in There is an and some excellent walnut trees also some thrifty young and a few timbers upon the Of this estate 59 afcrcs arc and remainder Possession may be had at Michaelmas next the John having bad notice to quit at that price and further apply personally or by post to Close or Golden where a map of the Estate may be at at W at i Rhbaid at tlie Thoman Lambs at Beaton oiid Henry at one at Blue Posts John and William of Stwkport i r John of cottnmmin at at the HeatOn near Williiun Aitley of at at the Crown Inn and Earl HjitjcCj JulmCraifce of New as it is by concealment aloae I TSo Collection after SHKRIITS P11E SHERIFFS of LONDON and MID L havingfound Com the experiaaco of tlie i that Ihc greatest hciictit bas arisen from of money subscribed to this oV venturing an appeal to tbe charitable and iii of bciugablc to cuutiutie t heir uitious olllic many miserable of their of the money has in prpviduij to distressed wires and children of i i iu proTidinp iv ti jio ir ou from cou in jirpviiliiig sunilry articits of and for the bettering the food of i IKIIJVIilieinstlrosin a repentant and orduly aud clothini of very poor relief and comfort in many iuiiii to be inserted an have to acknowledge tlie f the of subscribed Hire been nearly iht Hon the Lor1 10 10 of 5 iiire from the hite o lilcrmaii Smith Aldnnian Christopher AMcrmau TO u be DISPOSED for 21 RESIDENCE arid commandiug braotiftrf and cxtcuaivc situated at seven miles from Premises coitfiit of a jod family and a smaller ditto adjoin wbtcli may be ascd either ay one or two and on tlw tlirce rooms first a dmniiijrooni thirty feet si roll other a foui kitch chaise ditto iroid two and upwards of eleven acres favc brtn just pil into complete are suitable for a Mcr or nuperior may lie entered on im Particulars may be sccji by pejsonal application only to Gosaxllstnet funi whom Tickets to view Hillbm Day James and Benjamin of dealers iu Benjamin Hind and Vniliam of dealer in coal aud John HeroaandJaines Grimes Tliomis Platt and loses of woolleuinanu Jauc of Stoke Ncw Cogau and Joseph of Sfnlwoolrnajwfattnrcrb Jvhn Mark aud Davit of pftwu Joseph aud Joseph of Richard Walters EiWard of Thomas CIcorge hod Thomas of drapers aud hosicrf BRITISH HOITSE OF In an the Court of Kinds Bqnch on a Writ of Cliftbrd was heard at tlie Bar in of the Editor of the and the Attorney Gene ral other the Further hearing The Bills on Table usual when My eace betgreep htfjn apd Patjet shoul wegive lttitXrt CAiOftAN TO hereby request to n juje a time iai Wncrt lmoynteet yooj injury done mjiuJZsud by yow conduct to my t hfcre to that the and the place uot in evaJc the LORD FACETS have to thevectapt otjour ttt ter of heantb I Have iiotbinjf say in joStifica tirtnofroy Gtit has Shefcah test the only atonement 1 caa roaje to to not to her happiness Uhicli Vith her fociioigff mind under tlie incpcssible by everv meuns in ty lfee there that my It distresses me teymid all k you that rfatisficttoo which 1 aoi moxt xcodv to you haye a fight to de mand but upon thV mulure t have de termined of this Unc of My is bad inderd but uiy motive fur acting is goOit nuiwaA I that you WH have made allowances or this my particular and thejcby have largely adacd to the extreme kindness you hare alreud shewn to your sister upoa this afflicting 1 have thehuauur to you oJwidieut l S On refeniitij ID the date of your it be comes necessaryto assure yuu ihat I have only this mo tlie House Of MfY The four On there were but cofiaequwrtly the House adjourired without proceiMfiiig t GERMAN COLONEL C A DOG AN TO SlOAXE HIS INTENDSTD April AlY DEAR SIR I have availed myself of the very first itiumeut in my powtr to relieve you from anxiety you linvt tor some days pist been feeliiig ou iny ty assuriiij you thar ail communication bctwceji lAiitl Pagfet and myself hjs cease And iu ordev that what has passed may not he mis I herewith copies of the only thathave been and I hare to request ihnt willrsliew tiijetbcT with tbis toauyof my otyour owu that might wish lo leted ou deposited to ntrguin v as not then catnetl rmd v tne vt was aud thaton the 20th of possessQI 6f Nc the tliere was uo agreetaeirt forfeit the de j Tt and onbetneen the wasa twcf it i e to complete byginng the schoblvto the plaintiff was entitled ttj tbe monejrhe bad i v stated the gnrt of a respectAWe tailor j against George K gentt he personally as be doubt the Jury for he the considerable coachmasters h tfee kicgtlam Tbe action was to rueorera smalt sum indijed but tlie principle of the abtion wns very iuipo3 tant to the whft oiiglft to feel tljemselrts indebted to the plaisittiff for forward in as a gentleioau did years who brought an action agaiust tle proprietor ot a for the noiidelivery ot fr LITERARY A COMPENDRTM of tlie Marine on ami I surauce ngojnst iu which tlie mode of caUuktii is defined and by B ALEXATNDEll of tlie Inuu Soli citor Printed for In of this tract thenii thor has not ill It is principally for the pursoaa who are engaged in tlim very impojtan bitiacb otcomtncrcul but the Student aud the SuKritur wilt rind ia it an useful inslrncfor and Iu hw the author as was to be expected bus followed Park s this Compendium ot the Law of Insurance H prcUxcd a Account of the Rise aiil Prorress of Navigation and which well drawn and much valuable informal ion inn very narrow for 27 S ft 5 5 5 2 in i Sheriff a the Keeper of 5 vikited the wHl be tlianivfnily ieceived by and at or at the houses of Sheriff the or Mansion CANTED to RENT or a ronvenient FAMILY witbia two or not exceeding four miles of cilhcr pf the rontaining five with eomruodi aud oftWs deicrip 1 for or eiht would not be ob it to Boggart IKLTENHAM NEW Hsout every Morning at from the r and f it nrrive early in the Evening By BOD EAM and Car and MilfordHavcB Mail every i above NEW NIGHT tt out from the Charing cning at s through the and Cnclc also through every Morning at Seven audSator every Morning fHING New every Morn r M I alt tlie Bathing in the By GEORGE i FROM THE LONDON p MAY William now or late of dealer to May at at and June at at the Parade and Old Olive John Tripp and Francis Hawnrd dealers and May and J at at the Rummer Drislol and Ullliam of dealer and May and June at at the Uilliura or at his Alexander late Great Oxfijrd dealer and May at and I Charles of dealer and aBdJune at cle at the Shakspcaie CoventGar den and Matthew Too of dealer and June at and t at the Gran by Gieat John Great Grimyby and Bartlettfibuild Ltaodmii Watltip John of Edipvare ikalcr and jVtoy and al anil June at at Gale and Bedford John of West Isle of brrwerj and May and at at Old tisb Wtn add Joseph of dealers end May and lane at at centj Thomas irf JGreat at andJiine tt at the Bliuek Great Great Yarmboth and Mrxtewjs Henry of apmRu May and Jnuc AttoTOiesj and t lOj On tuent when mfi returned to the of the Emperor this city was iUumioated in celebration of the im portant victory of the Iii tie same night an occurrence took which though very urny be much exaggerated by the disatfected or thefignomnt Some unknown who fled so quickly that they could not be threw gravel and balls of mud at several windows of the Jt is not doubted that these whowere probably are many of whom are htre in thw There 110 inhabitant of Leipsic but regards as a justly fjunisthable Whatever inifjht render the residenceof our respect Sovereign in this in tlie least A Courier arrivwr here yesterday morning with the honourable Convention which the Com mander of tire Polish Prince Ims concluded with tlie Archduke That wise und brave Coininauiler sti pulated the evacuation of Warsaw to save the capital from the horrors of a and to se cure to his army all the honours of The troopswithdrew with their arms and and with their colours to the other side of the without entering iiito any obliyi tion not to This Convention authorizes thctFVench to with all the FrenchHe may under his promo When this Courier came every moment expected of the trance of the Russians into Hit Majesty has Von Land in has subscribed guilders in aid of the means adopted for increasing the beijiyycaralry aridthis day lie issued a Procla among other be Tle unexpected result of the bat tle of the 22dis After iih almost un interrupted contestof fire a riority of on the ereningiof decided unfavourablyfor GUI Disasters in war are The inea sarea af rririst appointed nte the isaroVteaftiueV as f filled riinA my after a separation of a Very teir daySj returned to Lord and when I was by a that the fear of tnyiLsent mcnt had uo further effect in deterring her troro that I ccniH no longir restrain the impulse ofruy and demanded that salisfaction froil Lord Paget which the lairs of my eouiHrydo not but which anQ he was cqaslly hiiund to give for the injury he bad done myself Apd my whole This sat is Lord tboijght proper ty deny presscd life is not but my and thus making the Tery injury for which I demanded iJUtlatNtUUuu IMS ipXcMM fiv trtt it known to y that I bnve by concealment alone been able to eradc tnc the step I was likely to arc still outiauiiig in pursuitof Uuder these it wuuld ill become nte to apply to the conduct of koit Paget the expressions that my feelings at this moment dictate and I kliall therefore leave it to yon and others to whether tiie line lie bas proper to adopt ou this is or is not the most J ray dear yours most To After tliis Lord Paget and Lady Charlotte retired to a nil age inDevon another from the Colo it is on tbe sune subject as his former and his Lordship still determined not to meet the fugitives forsook their retreat at a tnomeuta LAW This wjts an action to recover the of a ring and a iroacA which tiip pluiatiff had ent to at by of the coaches of which Boulfcrti was nasten Ij was sent in a packet plaintiifs and thiogs of that gether with a letter the AU arrived except the and the broach and die plaintiff being so informed by his called at the where he wns treated with an iusci leiicfe which required to be and which nobody would be iiiore reatTy to do than wlien he became properly informed The he hating called to state that the contents of weie was Rrtd at the Qh 1 you stole it that J whut do you mtJan by that Oh wjiat tlien they hare cutted h for have they Then they in his check andtb clip the winus of this secies of impudence this acijbu wa Itwas clearly proved that this parrel WBS left by theplaintiff tt the detendurrfs audcthat it arrived with all its contents eieept the rrng and the broach j which it iiiiiiii that they were stofeu of jthe exanuuiug into much the habit bV tlie people labont these coachoffices to take the Ibf to say to the person bringing iolc it w6 hare to vour thatdijjnity irr empower me to cqnjoin thje this office With the ewniiiattdjof jjad also to direct ihezeal ofthe inhabitants o Bohemia cprnpliance with hisMajestys tile Our the Tytbl JFteW orps Acchdukeiohn Pascha iofiilttdschBcfc Kjdafe Kiafa aidmimJj AdnkmuV tmd JsttraJsLhere been well COURT OF fUMJ1 MAY BEFORE LORD ELFENBOROUGH IN WEbTJIIV STBR KXOWLES VYSF Park stated this to be aj action for mo ney had and received by the defendant for the plaintiffs The defendant kept a school at Lambeth of disposing of The phiintirt agreed tt purcliase it for 150 a teacher of the and occasionally a was engaged to ami he made the bargain the The bargain being con the plaintiff immediately paid beinpall the money he had about the plait earnest to bind the This was about the end of December On the 10th of January the plaintiff went to the defendant to pay the and to tike possession of the school to his was told by the that he contract to havebeen completed on the 3th of that That not hearing from the plaintiff all bat sqtd tbe schyol to who was in Well then the plaintiff wanted the mo ney which he had left as that he should not for it was for want of his having completed1 the contract iri the plaintiff could neither have the scHool nor the money J that Park submitfeii tpbe contrary to for if thecontraclr the money shbrildbereturned to unless be had agreed tbal the money vrhlcb he advanced at the ahouM be considered as at a given if the remainder waarftoVpaid the defendant to the pjaiOfiii3 Toothead proved the iq according to this he Qoafct befcalf an We will book it wlfeirwc pit something else to do Lord this in solence mtrstFe inioiediately it the duty of the book eveiy in the presence of the person TbiTnging aidj paying fof the whose doity also irirSs to see it to save the ccfatseOf proving that the person who took was the coachmasters which might otherwiseBe and impbssiblei for the disputed none of die facts did he udJress the Jorj bat put the matter upon a point of law Whether the defendaut was liable in this case for the los9 of this when tbere wiia stuck up in hr9 in a conspicuous signifying that the proprijtors wtniki net be an svytraiile for the loss ofatiy however if it contained or having observed the printed bill of the giving an aceoont of ail the coaches that go iVom antf giving the Osual caution that the proprie tors would not be ansrwerabte for any above the value of enterrd for ivithout containing the this wat brought to recoBer had and received by of about was clearly opiofWft that the printed bill controuled the eiiect of board and dispensed with the necessity of per coming there parcels reading that the printed bill of the oSice be takes tocoutaua the conditions on which basiness was done at the and if these terms were incon venient to it behoved them tp alter their that the public might be Boultoh to m quire into what hands this parcel carne id the and if he bim chatge him witb a felonyi Sotbetliiinfg ofthigiflit was much wanting in places tw might check the of many whom attend Verdict f5rtHepMitiff2DaniageS vftttscnti The pontiff tailbr in pya up CanWthen with his FattteVitd torbrtstotjutli to djd be with from the amount o detfeotfe daqts the plaintiff against trusting the who was st6cked wiUi we aV well itfore gentleman hd wish v ;

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