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Day (Newspaper) - May 20, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY AT SIX MAX PRICE HANOVER respectfully htis to lus aud his CON on May Tin idwiil iliirii consist of tle principal Parts of Optm Mr A new llit Grand Piano by will fir tirsl tmir in The Concert to j i i ift Books of Poi Juan iu Italian 10 bt had at the pice i supposed tlat tlic irf y i ia tliv we t expedient to we i Jji ri monies ns IIKIV Itc paid inio tf and Co l the hulrLn SALES Muiiors of aud cuuuty of Particulars inquite of Messts Manic and ami Grays Innplaccj aud tiaUon uix llie in nra tuc COMMODIOUS IUT in the vicinity of FURMTLIIE of a spacious with extensive aud cvfrry Jit fr the immediate reccptiuu of u family of To be with Tickets with mav e had of tis tu tUc nu in its j in tyty mann for c c will be in j i tie tollou j Vlarjbuaj with j iof I lie iJijkimutswdith with Juhit 15Lindrcd a 1 o lie J at Eleven com niodious chcerfnl LEASEHOLD stohle must desirably and pleasantly situate ou the Norfh sMept Bluumshary The Mouse contains excellent i 1 1rk lo i L T M T UICKIIAXSWOIITH Cljlk JIsii Shsckcll iiiiidman iVeils Gil Marquee to hold uo VAUXilALL FAZN 1 most to the anJ llii arcdUenjrajeil froai Vaux aiiil humbly siilirit a contiiiuancn of their favours have intiouuceJ in llieir Baud soft aud harfflonious I inalc if to A Bed ill tended JJcts of Pijus plain and ut i 4i Oil pei Scrvuntes and Muslin cloaks for riding in open and SOUILtine lruh linens of last years stool I t O lao handsome folding null To be ly withthe may be had and T A near A comfortable Family the cottage situated on the banks of Haiubk vrith fifU tiro acres u Cjjyliuhl SIK snilahlc coiiviuieiicis Uisrance oifht miles and a half from nuj un fnm For a view of thr Pjvuiiefi itijiuiL ill the for further particu by leltir to Hnuae Cavenilishsqiinre Gosjurt or South JUSE he or LKT for Four or Seven a on the of Hullisiitiet Iras lately n am ehgant fitting in the modem am fnruishcil IvpUtely with dianinijrooin chumberanJ pin lour rcijuiaites of an expensive and moUeru lit fur the iiiliiudiulo possession and 61 a ivspoctablc May hj viewed by Tickets liutueen twelve inj with he of II New VILLA uiid on Hie TO UK LLT COMMODIOUS with of domestic coachhouse and j tor four attll ahOtlt seven urrrsof vich meadow divided into by Vm u oncd by gravel and by a UiNuriant j aa excellent valltd a id wenplant The whole in hiijli and cjinpptent to aociimmodate n rrnprclahle fa situation is within live miles oj e May he viewrd by tickets only with printed may Ur hy applying to Harry New LiTJRRARY IPBfefeiGENCEv GOLD m l bju of a GOLD ell ii inti in briug the same to Cole uiay receive Two us TV V A NTS u u YOUNG 7 F out 21 of Ln lately come out of nritoa plaiubaud HO olijectiou In any of Uueeui lli i 10 lie apouveuieit HOlMi ata ICIHT at 4 ifi MJjNBRliXiE Middle Groie JL be LET on lit for the reception u aaddisluiguisheJ completely r Particulars inquire uf Iphol r Pallilall or of Johu Tuu d e O be aii extensive IKON tOUlS in ah open airy situation returns iu trade Also a Piece of Ground contiguous to iir suflicient to builda andfour iu be by which wifbt may be had of Oxford fjMj GENTLEMEN u StCOt Oford of a cheerful fraut airy and dressingroom the will suitany sniffle who dOfsj i iiurd at The rest house is occupied by i iroprietors directions iiKjuue of PAHTMENTS 1LliMSHELH V sonable wjtli a couifortaMc Imatl in convenient for J and for good wuoia suil or fomily for a permanent Inquire at Fltzroy for 1 u uc or tlic LliASE to be n valuable Concern iu siluolid ntor the Uiclro N JJ5 many years the reutal pretty and canaWe Of is wipphed by iromiittrincnectcdiby uiiciint to extend the works Very 1W further Particulars to EAT iourniiltss trom hill siluatc in the be LEI from 7 to or SOLD OOjearS four irood cUvmbrrs aud elo nelrty a paintedZlldttcd up drawjiigropm t nil trichcd mikkm chlmhry pH and a v VICINITY of To lie an elegant furnished in a most superior fully competent to tht accommodation of a small family uf all newly fittid up wltlriu these last twelve moutlis contains butlers Iiuire Kit diuiuy wutcrclosit first two lofty draw ingmo by six immiULrablc a foitr sfall md The aixjve premises held ou It 90 years of which at thcTcry low ground reut of only pu an N The atove are well worth tVc alleaf lady or complete town lor Parliailars and Tickets for apply JTr and Hou3 near the ex cellent most delightfully situate on a henlthy vise of lhin half n mile tf scat of Li Royal the Duke of licini eighteen niilciTiMin comprising a newlyerected Gothic Knbslnntiiily brick bail on tlic ground floor nru iugioom 18 feet by l handsome stair with housekeepers aud buUeiR pantry ou floor arc four best drcssiili and an ample sufficiency ofdomcstic a coach hrre kitchen with nud three pasture coutaininij six is tithe and laudlax situated tfn a hunOstiroe ele commanding delightful and most extensive views Xhe Premises nre wclrrpapplied with soft abound with aud neac thcunt fashionable and firqnented place on thp River fdv fishing from Vix I o so acras life aud equally may be be viewed with which with of Nohle E nob6 iinJl trulycapacious irte the Property ofhis Oraccthc of situate Squfli The arraiigwnrut of this is upon a am its accrmiuiotiatioua spacious for a family of distinction aud ils suite the situation fiisliiunswle and central and and by its proximity to the Park and area flf Its own ground is rtdilercd aTryfcuil The pirinhics exhibit an extraoriiinary pile nf suhxtautial planned judiciously for omveuicnce and ijirisc within the inuusion sixteen clioinbtis xviHi distinct secondary stone staircnsrs sjpcjous and well propor fioneil lofty nbont 318 by 124 cxpen1 and sittiwtJobm on a grand stone staircase fading thereto conrcspomlent breakfibit au iuncr inx1 outerhallbn nnil on pescriptipu of douuVtic offices which tt tiumerotra competent afj of vnultajanianjexcejlppt cold with BCCiiS fiy a siibteitauwuaavenue to a detached rWi The tenure is for 98 at thctrj 12 day cjccrpt w Price and feioy he had of New CHOTLTY Tliia Day is tmdttfelvc for SPEECH of ESSKINE ia JL rtd HOUSE of PEERS on the of the Bill for PfevfrrtiniT MalieteSrind Wanton Cruehy to TaJien in ShortHv4i This Spccdfccootaius snch a coodtnsed view of the Ari Rnmcatsin faVpiir of a mild arid tiumane treatment of the HriJte Crentioiij ftat it claims general intiiidaetioiPintoi tamilics and Seturoariis of and to be by the Clergy ami by all raorfn anrf pious Rrintctlfur Richard and to be had of all Book sellers This Day is in two elegant prjce in LS tLrquglxDENMARK and 1iirt of during Jha Winter and Spring of the present 130JV contafnnig authentic Particu lars of the condition of opinions nf I lie and the state of By The Author of the oft veinUor cousequeatijr fcisV In many pjiuts otprifw this possesses strong oa the curiosity v London Iruitfd tor Kicbard Philhps and to be had of THE LATE CAMPAIGN IN SPAIN In the audj in May vfill iif an elegant with price Two Guineas in PORTUGAL and SPAIN of the Operations of the British AllTHtrRWJELLESLEY and SIR JOHN fivjn tUeday preceding the BAT TLE of to the IUTTLE and EMBARKATION at QDKVNNAj full aud interesting ktails the memorable Retreat from Embellished with twelve injravimjs from Uiawings miule onthu of the Ry Phyuician to his Prniled for Richard and to he had of ill Phillip tvvostaii stabtej The whole occupying a feet deep bt nud SnniU ami A entire new jAwsiWCompB he fHVl for o i xtcasive stock1 of Kay Ware C J V f i aStCT bin ic a KilHiorf tlie two elegant foolscap price in rinHE MrtlTAllY u JL Scries ot recently wrilteft liy a G EN Eli A L FFICER to his JiQN on his entering tlie Com irisirttf a caloilatt d to unite Characters tte icuian anrl character of this rerfiptiobrin the ami its adoption ililitary ofe the highest cnlogiiuus wbich cai C U yon Private addressed to he lip quoted out rf but he is atisfied with the utility wiiith he believes has attended and is sufficiently compen atcd by the sole oT uiony thousnutl jcojiirs hia vvoik n a Tfry He hopes the principles contained n it will bu andoa their account he is soli ilons that mid be read and studied s as is or Richard and to be lad of all BootsctleiS and IJeaiers in Books in tbe This Pay is a price wih fuHllJlowaUce to TIE for Th Engiisii in all Male and itaioiiT Iiistmiuton on every useful alid ill the ctwtxrl owi elegant best iuthori onangcsl in Ltusons for crvry dny in the By ihe RrM DAVID Thf animal Saleof nearly Ten Thousand Copies of thii ocbmnarableSchcot the avidity which t tobe first School of the Etn arc of its superior nd expectation that it willhr Atetitne uni asa fiiuahiug Buok m the pracllceof Rchard London and tb be had of all Gnat Britain arid bjtlie same The Firet price Rending Exercises for Ihe Junior TlnGraiiimrrof This Day is ju 4 Wee price A SELECTIONofCTJRIOUS ARTICLES from the MAGAZINE tontuin Hirturical and Anlitjuuiiau An cicnt aiul 3 Pbilosojjliy iHid Natural Jltstory Ltlns t from eminent Pelsons Misceilimcoun u trhidmg Anccilotcs of exlraordinan useful Pro jects and for and and Extract of a letUr tlic Histo IVtivmiry 1792 I am to einluact opporfujiily of sne yon the idea of a Uuik which must be surely well received by the That voluminous setits The Gentlemans of more than three score now coutuius a great number of and miscellaneous articles of real vahtcj tlity are at present iu a heap of temporary hnt if roptrly chosen and they might to great cdvantagc in a ucw publication of a modemtc I iuAKMHAlKl 1C of KEAL Tables of Weights arid corrected aud adapted to inudcru 2Otisolctc and useless Hules and a much larger porliouappliul to as practised by the Bro kers and commercial of t6city of MbiT Eianililes under each than to be found any applied to calculations of Com pound i This Bay isi with thcTull STE31 of PIUCTiCAL AfttTH to the State of f rade anrt Money ilhistratcd bymiincrons Exam ples utitkr each chiefly sJaptcd nsoof By AVitlimetic 5s iiiteiidcil to viate the cojuplajut ryonthbn titsJeavie School Ciid into has inlcaru thnn hcliuslcirtit to Hie actnal tlie Bouks s of h to Edinburgh every 4s practice in the various and rtjj hitherto in Stod Hull all a Key containing all the Answers of fa potations at for tbi re price eedlly ot e of Educatio a lTii f A of Trade Cdromerccj by pnce A Svs itii hy tf I PO Y ae the l and MAD and he Vthfr Nobility enchcrs nsbeinfeadmi v ami a n that of thV efficacy to iateiiWto irfake a ISsrtnpliniSreisi t l Siaupu of the Yea teiDg Ihf tmabtesome and Netf other articles EI the w elrgant gold j aad theBottle LITEIIAKY This Day in one vulnme price is COLLECTANEA The Academic Omtor consisting of a diversity Ota torial appevtaiuing to every class of Public appositely and calculated for tlie use of Schools noil To which is uoii ou Oraloricui or mostly artcdffouA Professor Wards System of and MADAME and Mr DE CHATEAJ NEW In the to be pnhlisbtd iu ou LE par thive lea on Le Triumphc de la par DC celebrated Au thor qf the Genie lu three voltrines octavo be had of and who just rtceiTedrseTeral IKW lks list of Iu3y lie had ia Soho HOUSE OF MAY The Custom House Warehousing anO the IsVJ Tax Coiuinissioneis as well us sevtnal prirate were buought up from the and read the The Irish Insolvent DebtoiV Bill and the TempleBar and wciv IhnMs Divorce BUI was lo Thursday and Lord Erskiucs Bill for cruelty to cuniJi as onltivd to be coaiuiittrd iir On May was prite OCEKDINGioi a General COURT the Hoisc on the 24lli of a of Captain ami Lietilcnant Jjhu of jUfjfirticilt of ou tuverul preirrrcd agaiufit tluiu by iatv SvTJiiiatiMajjr ofthe said Rfgiment with mviral Lcttis wliich iassed between snid Viiliiam Cubnctt and Sir Charles Judge Adiecstc JfUlraI and various other Let CCrs and counecled iu tUe otiler of their If my accusation is witbout the authors of cruelty have not it devised the tortures I ongiit to en Hell us paiuted by the most fiery is too mild a punishment for to Sir Advocate March 1793 The said senrill Chaises against those OHicois re spectively every part thereof is totally uiifuund Omtt Printed fur Lon and sold tiv all other ts day is a uCat and clJscly small containing Teu useful pritt ii A M2W a NKW of DOMKSTUr formed upon Piyui ples of tu tiiuse of Private li on the ManngeiiK lit of tlie liaiy 4d lustnictious for Hniiio Tiii the fiir the many viry Vioa tisous JJectiplt am tioiis proper to be Jo Ser vants both in and CountryTo which is an aud nuuy whi i be tumid parttculaily to tinMislns if a By This is rcaJlyoiieof the most practically of auy which we have tie who ha5 wiiKeu uut studied liuwto form ixjicu sive artidcs for but to cuniliini clegiucc with hs her diwctiiiiiE ii a plain sensible wanner that ivrry liodycan undersfacd these ntc corjineil merely to extviideu variety of uKets iij use in families by i iiiiiuis the utihty book U very cmcli AiiljJacubii Printed for John 1 Tinidon Manners niid BaJlairfynr uij by vm Buokseller auU Ihc be ii of flWks 4 price SUPEH1OR COTTONS At hia GKEAT AS grtot JatiofiiUiou in beinj able toan to tbf und after incurring exptuce iu the employ oflhS aniTairicd lucal A SPLENDID OF TOAVN PRINTED their uiul which adapted to the present mode of as it combines every the must andtlegant desigtis and patterns from the Pa Schools ofIasteiand TJiri il variety of riefi iu Celeste ami JJUiyaJ and other adapted for TJrnwiugrooin and Dininf andBreakfast Boiiltrs Medallions for1 ClaAr 5 aijd iui extensive ussorfnient of PlamCaliches of fiist colonrs and Plain 3MB Bordered KjasBymerei for thevaried purposes 6f elegant ahpve to tlieinspcctian tliePuhlicifocls confiuent superior of kis rery fetfprice he as a Manu ftcturer and ProprictoV hopes he a canttauante ofittat ha beeu I supply of Manufaciorymay lie seeirevery at his abeWreferred to The also su aJMd Thope awn cb will DC ntttadcd to with dispatch opposite the 1apers from tlie XUaiats juxseiitid at the OF ruin MAY Sbips Bill went i the report was 1ui aud cuk u into fur t tier on inOvid tr a return of all cliarjes for jiaitl out lie 1 j Kr Lctward Uutii that there be kid before theifonse a copy nf the Minutes of ovidencv tukcu t the Committee on tbo SHAW 1 F FKVRK sccondeil tbo which was ugrccd ouf any The Charitable Donation Bill went through a theK ui rtei d uaid oitieiLU to be taken lulu idtration on V cdncsdny A meuiigo tVoai I lie Lords toir LcriiBbipo eoiieuiniuv the Improivmeut and several private tip the Lottery which ws read a first and to be iiad a sccoaci XVoolcn tory Ril was and IJcpurt x received dutsduy ThcMiirtinique Yiadc Ul nnit tbruiigh a the Uiportwas ami the Uill or rcd to hi read the tliird trine on XVcdnevday General presented o Petition from certairt Saltineicharts of prayinga duty to be poed upua foreign Bay Salt mipoitvd Ailusoiyu the 1ttiliou was ordered to lie on the The House in a Committee on the Acts relating to Gun came to a to askfop lave to bring in a ijill fjr enabliiig tbe Lord Lieutenant to permit the im of Gunpowder into Wharfon urought up the WES agreed and leave given in hejil On the ui the Report of tlie Iriab Beer loiptoveuMut Bill was taken into furtuyr coc HLTCIIIKSON and PARXELL maife some jecf ions us to the time intended the Bill should be cairicd into which were however reconciled by when the Report was aficed aud tbe Bill ordered to b read ttifi third timeou Wednesday Tire Loan Bill was rctui auil ordered to be committed fr ait account of alf sums of money scut from Great Britain to of PJrtiigal or advanced to him by any by bis from jtb to life litest from the Judge Advocate brought up an account of tbe application of tiiesuiiis of mouey spechied in the Army as issued to the Kigllt to ii the ITJSH that beFore the subject of Irish Tythes under the consideration be sliouK move I but tlie Petition frwtn the Jrrixiiaiders of the couiity of presented to this House in tlie course of the should be now The Clerk Fiaviny read the Petition all titled which strongterms the to the potitioistTs were posed m tfic sysfitu of tvtliing that prevaitedTa Tlie Meiiibwproceeded to that besides this uud ofthe Fittr of the Queens before several counties in Ireland had declared their upon this in equally strong in form of He men tioned the und all of which hncl fonuhrly dct lared the necessity of fefcftn in maniitr of collecting tytius in Ifis motive in thus specifying these counties was iu order to shew that genera bontimeiit of tiiity subsided in Ireland this speciesJot it was not any private motive of his that induced Inmto bring forward this So was the to the tythinij system in thai lie would go so far as to that themselves wire extremely aincious jov some rc igrujatidii exorbitant which wjre matter of universal Tfiese it necessary did not prcrceed entirely from the but were just as loud on the part of those who proiessed the established religion of the country as those vvlro were of tlie Roman Catholic The Gentieinati then entered iiUo a rcost affecting description of the nialpractices so mtitb to be He however exculpated the clergy theTriservVs fibm any parti or even countenance m these Iut attributed tothe enactions of class of ineu called Tythe Proctor to whom the clergy of the country were unable themseltfes to collect to entrust thecollection of their Thjs ne cessity originated from thegeneialipoverty wliicli prevailed amongst tbe lower classes of land whose loud clamours against the iruposir tibti 6f such u tax tendered it utmost for to attempt the collectioa of a In order to shew the general impbrfcy of as amode of he quoted tiis opiniclns of Dn Adani Paley and whose sentiments he ingt naouslj applied to the case of the natti state of anrt iigued that all the calamities whjth have befallen that country during the last eleven ha4 originated from the oppressive and galluii mode of Collecting Inordei this crying and as a gti neraicoinmutation of 6Se of trfe of proposition he should make tottit House tfquw that theincumbentofgarislresshould beoMiged to grant a lease of years tt die Would prevent a ofsircar was to ruther thanrefer the1 subject ta a CttHiihUteeot the whole from an apprehension that such a step would prove nugatory in its
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