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   Day (Newspaper) - May 27, 1809, London, Middlesex                                OCLOCK PRICE LflrtlfcaiiiMcu of Swedeuj I with you SALES BY 5 md original article upon our present Relations tiro of publishing ikci oclock until Bight Uie fnorniag and time to have it delivered bv them in every within the circuit uf the Twopenny PoslOfiiec i lir breakfast or Jthe time of Divine Ser person receiving y preteuce Bell will be tliaafcfcl for with the name of the Newsman by the party it generally if 1 u ill take care to urgent future The Weekly Messenger is now rliaryrd hy afe Act of a as COOK in a small n steady who perfectly her can have an nndeniablecuaracter luv Family she bus just left no objection to postpaid A Red laon HOTEL and YA1 a PAttTNER in a Tavern and of considera ble will vrrv rwprcuble to fake an active I the The mode of adrancine the rapital rendered very on security King further Particulars apply to near the RoyalExchange f IO be about t our ivliles troiu u f HDlStfTnewly and completely fitfor tin reception of a genteel moderatesized family y it con Mtt a and gentle drrwiegrooin five bed besides and a drcusing muble coachhriuse and stabling for five n Viii and tlie walls clothed with tue l fruit two shvubberry the contaiuinsf three or The useof Wo ami a pew in tlic further of ill ive Titkefs for viewing any Sunday and UJTlSH COAL per IVipii trs recommend their prescmVStock to the notice which they nreselling at tlu above reduced fur ready including all except ami taken in at Long at the Clerks Skin near in will be Sold by if not previously uiw d of by Private with imiuftiiate pOSBCS the LEASE of a neat detached near 11 years to come next Mid with carriageentrance tonsistiiftCof an u back four tbrce suramer and with views of lawns and shrubberies tlic adjoining which by interior arranp an1 rendered siostularly intirestiRf and with aJiundancc of lull and nther turlucr Particulars iiujiiirq At N It near Wbipps will give di the vrhich may be seen any Jay Al Corner of GREAT AS groat satisfaction iu being able to an nounce to the and he aiif r inciuring considerable cspeucc in the employ i t and aided by local advaufgeci A sPLCJSDID ASSEMBLAGE OF TOWN PRINTED V and for their ainl which are peculiarly adapted to the presentoiodc nf Im as it of the most exquisite and elegant designs and patterns from the Pa i au4 Asiatic SchooUof Taste nrtd displays an infinite variety of rich Uaraauk in Blue Celeste and Royal au6other peculiarly adapted for Draw and Breakfast with Chair tonutfcb and an extensive assortment of Plaiii of fast colpnfs j andJPIatn Bordered Kerseymeres and the vaifol purposes of elegant i in submitting the the inspection ilc feels confident the jrapgior tot and the very low price heii tirturer and Proprietor yliall secure of patronngeit his ambition to A fresh supply of the Manufactorrmay he sven every Wednesday ami at his sliove referred The Tradeare also BRISTOL BATH new POST from the Bell Ludjfate at a Quarter before five and ttf t be Castle and i auy other parcel unless urh and paid for accordingly nor yet for or on any tenns Travel Coach arc regularly to of andterorh at the White Three Kings iVv vH 1HEND POST from 1 uc are respectuy SO COACHES will recommeuce il from the above on noiiph to the Hope froiiwheace liiry return i F ii Porformcd fcy ho will platej 1h nor fpjMffiy Hiiltss entered as For lib coiiTWifenteof i the passengers aod parcels are Piccadilly in the at the T L1VERPQOL NEW O GOLDEX h and Fridav Vt 8 v Burton U nmres to dinner itie Coach tiuptoo and iy morningsat The Mi ids ont on Tuetdayay TMMMJfi at two i twd MilfoMHilvQ siVL cVery TUetlOLYHEAP at dew rableSITU ATION for those nioy SHOP aud with AltUi mud par ou L the honrsof 11 aiidfiVe oclock no pemon n6 who cnnniU capital Of t need V JT awidej ttairably calculatedfor a WioleMBeVf many other coucttp table contiguous to the a light apper cohrainin three rooms on each be known by applicatfdu to Cornhill any morning lie fore ge ad HBaberdiiiTier uire respec er with AN elegant detached within four miles of Oie ttnexpirif Term of 18 years of a RURAL pleasantly situated near the banks of the an easy distance from whb suits of roonm conveniently fftteti suitable large gardens abundantly plea a greenbonse and a chaisc every convenience for the ininiEdiate reception of a genteel particulars may be and Tickets bad to view the Premist hy appli cation to G3 ADefuched good Family wth large walled LEASE of u compact Family in the Cottage out surrounded witli garden and well proportianed and five with a coach twostall The whicli are upwards of an most abundantly stocked cropped with every be viewed every daj Sunday exccpted from the hours to wrtB Cards from House and Estate Hufh JJcwington Peisoual applicatians only RICHARD v ALL Persons haying anytclaiui or demand on the Estate of Richard late of Throg in thecity of ore requested to send the particulars thereof tc of whicli if fiAiud will be immediately And all Persons in debted to tnc said Estate are also requested forthwith to effect a settlement of theirdebts witli the said Air By order of the May TJORE SILK aiEltCERV Coveot MEDFORTHaud succeeded Robinson in the above beg leave to solicit the Customers of their aoA toac quaint them and the Ladies in tbatlhey have plied themselves with a new and extensive stock of fa shionable and elegant Silk which U nowready for Medtorth and request to that they nave de termined to depart from the uniform practice ufchargipg Customers with the losses of those who take credit and to nvoid tliosc and resting upon small they hare adopted the mode of buy ing and selling on readymoney only by which means theyare enabled to bring back the several in their liuc to the former in dermentioned prices The best silk and wonted Italian at pec yard the superior yardwide per yard tie extra stout doubletwilled tho ttbte twortded Awoj 7s efegiriTTtew rlcTTflfur te sdie stoatest plain Sttbs wide With every other io and mourning in the same ALL BILLS dmtea in the Ix paid Tbe Lords ComouBsionen of his Treasury having given di rections for paying giT the of the Mjovemen tioned Exchequer with the Interest due at tbeExchetguer Bill in the Receipt of Westminster on Ibe36tbday 4f Jane will be daily Sundays 4tod HoUdaya excepted indnding TbttrsdayVtnc from ten oclock iu mixniaf till one for the purpose of receiving the for the greater the bearers ofth said Bills are desired to bring containing1 the numbers in numerical to the said Bills and commencetneiit of with fhe principal sums bterert computed from Biit excluding nniufclxtbey are rcspBCtively datedyto the said wbenilheanterost will cease said bearers to iudorsc till with fteir usual signature anif to write theu names and residence at the bottom of dicli Separate list and the are moreover attend tlic Office AC and to receive the new aiid give the reoeipts for the If any of the Holders of theiforetaid Bills should be sirons of receiving payment of the pijiuijipal and previons tollieHaW 2dth day of they may be inoidated on cotQpating the interfel tqjtbe day on which they wish to be and Bills for prior as may be desiroufl ef havingaew Excbe Billiift Whofe or in part payment of upon marking new Bilt3i and mentioning at the boltomof their delivered on or before rest of jby tho ipoc hundred which said newBills mil bear date the said a6th day of rtadwill be delivered on the asth and AH Exchequer BUls dated prior to have been advertised to be paid and the interest Uiere onhns On Monday Maj was price to be con t nEffiliiOltPPIil coni to KlGflARDCUMBERLANDj Of i mmj rm fitfcgwifc niniutaiued aud Dorhaiir ante largei by lie Buhgp b Diocese ef By a PARO Uur inptons on by tlieBbpkseDcrs iu Oxford tie fttarcse irthjiliam Day price V oik of Sir JOHN Recited ty tBe late PoweH prohibltec fee ot Tuesday pianj Burstj RjM1 Orme be by the same four price 34s Theatre ou Moy Of Roman Taksof priee boards a price id the auidf speedily will be or Vice as acted at the Drury taifc U PM hi is in the of of th4BanE price rrUIE PRINCIPLES of try witUaccurate IntwwtTaWest uniw Plan mid a pn Bills and for Long The accourtt givcu of details in IBCUB aceoquta U drawn up withgreat It COn taiiw all the processes relative to bankers and the drawin of Itis a work of immense and of prpportibnat utility as far Jii we are folly prefared to Lowries production most The tables boot as far as we con judge tii Be Those relative to wtecest at th same particularly The treatise bilis 13 drawn up in a plain Styled The information ton taiocd in it U Critic 1807 The detail and of these momentous things are hcje very clearly arid iotclligibly The ta bles of interest are March THE In a few Days will be in anelegant Voloirie royal coutaiuibgiabout 4GO A rpHJB on Epic Twelve to the Settle and CivJllatiotf By JOtL BARLOW This interesting and Highly classical Poem made Jtf appeKrance inArficrica and it been re printed in owiog tOthe waranapprobation an vciy favourable expressed by he lovers of Poe try in England of some Efctracts which appeared in periodical v f v fat Wehard and to bt bad Of all L LORD TRAVELS IN Published by William tba be ready in y Seventy and a oa Proof price ThirtoAi At f wilt be Twentyfair Mr who accompanied These of the size of sj4 by 17 and are coloured irai tate the original be mounted1 an delivered in a port at the price of Twentfiste Gui neas the Ou Aay was price par ticularly adapted for Countinghouses antl Commereia SYSTEM of COMMERCIAL ARITH METICyentirely on the subject that has ever yet been laid before the ex an extensnve inqqiifinto the prjacigles of the with a diffuse illnitratioB of every calculation tltftpccurs in except frora the andconmsed mode nsnafly taught in By ibrmerly of the undertaken at the and conducted with the assistanceof Merchants and ol the most extensive knowledge and in the City of for Sanwel LeadenhaU jrert sold hyalt ILji Oa IJUiyi 13y PROCEEDINGS Geriterol iGOURT heW M the Jlorse on flfe 2ttb and57th of for a Trial ot Captaia Ricbaitl Lieutenant GSristopher Lieutenant John of of on several Charges of said Regiment withijwera Lettert wl pawed betjreeathe uM vTOItoiCiftett afldSir Chi AnSvarious otherilit and the order eir J of their Hell JnikV Printed for and WJ Vy jfll Irtihfr cried Yet hare taken moment of bis Jife the joy inspired by happy assurance from a who every rda siuceiely attaclitvl to his native a fterer entertained any other than tiiat toco for thrfwelftuc of his In younger ami iu stormy I readily per furmCii tlic task and courted dangers i ocdcr to wiirj off public calamities at a more atiraucci age I sought arid cnjjiyed In either ov for tbepfople of that and noble tnindeJ was tlie sole Wading pxssiou aiiU both seatimeuts and guod JLorls auc Men of xhoukl eujoy repose a more vancedagc but our uative country was in duugrr Swedeu on tlie rrje of Yet it slil was pyisible to save with the assistance of Lravr aia rirtuous tuen I waa called upon to essislt in snviig tl honour aod uilfare of my ualivo pmre tip th jpose J fondly eujoyed forgot uiy advanced age am almost wub Xbe returniHg vigour liasteued to lend nry onn to cifeckthc winch was gathering VVc are cSMedupon to the meaiis b Kbich is is possible fuHy to attain of ou tlic siilvationof our We roust place a cordial nod implicit confidence lueataits of io and excreise a niauly uudl peactfal couduct to wards oilrthrfciteriingf Hicseappear to m tbe I had bou this subject uot beeu Ti keuetnv has and nod an Men tire Having point efl out to aiid rage as tbi sole meuns ofoorsiWvaJiHvJ need not ud uionish you to beware of an nludi wouia for cvWubstruct theattaiuincu of Inordinary 4n those fjrtu Date ten universally am au danjeip hardly darken remotest prospec frame of mind may suflSce to legislator butin the hour of when storms jlnd tgmpcsts art loweriogruprtri nsfrom ail uncommon virtues am exertions are ta secure the ptAlic safety an all strongfy bear thisin Good Lords and Aleu of let us fix nil our at tention oii the safety aud andendeavour to secure 1 wish that success may attend your wise and pa triotic Should Almighty grant me the happy lot to wit ness the prosperity of my countrj should the happiness of seeing Sweden stroh in tlic wisdom and undaunted spirit o her and through hrr native stiedgth the will tew remaining ilays possess a higher value Ilia the whole course ofmy past t good Lords and Men of your gra ciousaud atiectionate SPEECH OP BAAON PRESIDENT OF AT THE OPENING OF TllE SESSION AFTER THE AcT OF ABDICATION WAS Slost Gracious Regent of aud you the Honourable States uf tlie what your Royal Highness has well ts yesterday been pleased to communicate tc the and which every one of us well knows I auj Jed to reflections about the situation ant tiangers of my native and the means o its salvationl HPtvehnhdredyeaTS rjonquests the conquest of Berger bear of the enemy in suffeniMefortJie inbabitahts sen titnfcnts niitb regard to theft motbBrcountry can jfuto bF haVe fkllen eue my VsWbrd arid1 greater have perished for Want of ffiem have fallen any otherthan that o The kingdom hasbee u a cause which was native deprived of its has threatened by the superior number 6F enemies the pital exposed after having been almost 3oO years exempted from spch horror the inhabitants oppressed by taxes on account of die which were practicable to but which werenot within the reach of sub jects to pay ray country my native country Is such a Government the stamp oi the heart and feeling of a descendant of Vasa Unhappy Hingt wasthis the blessing which thou swore to bestow on thy people Thbii hast acted contrary tothy oath t thoti hast for without thy act act djerely serves tfrstrtfig opinion ofthy irresistiMe idve hhherto been the Muse of hat nave bcftHen the tfs in onr afiH which would welfinre of the ptablic is supreme ertiatKfe that bdr nStisre ceiintry shafl strength o security and odd this can only be Btiuui by him Vrill govern the lought seciWtJrtfndsafety of tiiose fortvardfor tBe saJvHtionof the cduntry poght bow and in dre the tieirest King Gustflvua aniilolierfeby declare him and issue tq have fer everforfeited and I rose to move dtd he teel it necessaij totiike up much of their Lordships The subject wits cucii he xvas coulil hy their Lor or by the be couteuiplated by any He would oivn this assurance to the that whatever tuighi be thought of the wisdom a policy f the con duct of tlie Austrian Emperor in liis present it purely the rr iult of his ou a and not uny de gree the coiiseqntiKe of any interference advie whatsuwr by his or the Goverimieiit of tiiis die treaty no stipulation uiaile for any pecuniary and the iuiiii of three was bv no means to be ns appropriated to the claims oi onlv as a deposit with his iVIajotys to bt perked or clil posed of in the cause of either his Imperial IVJu or of as circnmstuiicts mjjht urise to dictate the policy of such dis The Duke ofNORFOMC the aliena tjon of the public atreijjjtli and defence in a cume iviubt appeared to him quite deplored the conduct Directed the affairs of Spain in their preposterous resolution of for their King an unhappy a captive iu the bauds of their and contrasted this conduct of the Spauiards that of England attheglorious period of the Lord HARROWBY was surprised to hear from tUeNobleDuke any sentiments different from that unanimous cocoperatiou in promoting the ob stated in bis Majestys which he expected to have found amongtheir The Marquis of DOUGLAS agreed with the Noble and Lord BOIUNGDON enforced the arguments of Lord Motion of being put by the LORD was earned without a HOUSE OF COMMONS MAY The Ships in Fraud Prevention feilj went a aud tbe Kepoit was bixutflit and the Bill ordered to be read a laird time on Tuesday X Windsor Forest Bill was re4d a second aiid ordered to be committed Tuesday Removal which was aiTcd aud the Bill ordered to be read thinl timp on Tuesday The Irish Loan and Irish Treasury BHs were read a firit anil tor tiie The Friendly Society Bill a tin and ordered to committed on Tuesday Uu the motion of LorJ a Con mittee was appointed to hold a conference uith liie ou ail aincocincnt rrnuie ly their Lordships to the A ilitia Completion This Committee consisting of ail tlie Members prtstiit up forthwith am after cuu of about a quarter ou tliey iicd when LordCajitlcreaib presented a viiicu HIS ordered to lie uu the RVJSiiLLYgave notice that in 1 Jie next Session of Parliament he shouldsubmit to tbe House a proposition with a view to aiter li e criminal law of in order to mitigate the severity aud ensure the certainty of puuish tneat for criminal For the purpose of putting the Housein possessionof trie netesssiry information upon the subjecr hemoved that an humble be presented to his praying that laid theHouse a cries of papers withNrespectr to the number of persons convicted df transportable offences and actually transported to Botany liay during years 4 and Tell as those ipuyicts who have returned from that a few observations Jroin Lord Kribrcej and the motion was agreed AMeisage from tlje Lords intimkted that iieir Lordships did ndt insist upon the inent made by tbem in the Loral Militia Bill further intimated their Lordships concurrence with several private Bills On the motion of Lord leave given to bring in a Bill for better regulating he Office ofiAgent General for Volunteer and Local MilitiaRegiments HOSKISSON obtained leave tobring in a the Lords Commissibnere of the Treasttfy to Exchetjuer BiHsjin pur uartee of the sum for the service of the House hkving resolved info f Supply the sum of to for affording assistanceid the peb Je Spain and Portugal and for StfijhrtiecSures might be thbagbt necessary foraitling tfjjjt The sum of was also voudfbr exigencies of aftairs in Jrefeiid The louse being resumed j Report Was l3ronght and after a short conversation ween Mr the Chancellor of the Ex aud to be received ou On the motioftoftlie CHiNCELLOR the House went into a Committee of aiid when a resolution forraisuig by ExcheqTaet be recelwd on tained to briiig in a fertber time to be appointing a Com J2 tbe molionof ftfrv Bill to ainvrtd tbe for the Defence the Puichasfe bf Larids ttd for Fnblic the day for tfte third readino postpoii motion Jin Kosej until Tuesday ty hiviiisj olreirtWtPfiirns to made certified bj the aiul otiingjauil   

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