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   Day (Newspaper) - May 30, 1809, London, Middlesex                                AT SIX IS a LITERARY MORNltSG MAILLARDS WONDERFUL AUTO MATONS coatinne at tbe Great Room Spring consisting of the Mechanical Musical the Entertaining the Pleasing and tbe Wonderful Boy Writing or with the Beautiful Singing Bird in a Gold Snuffbox a Siberian Mechanical Pieces have been the admiration of thousands and when first brought before the was honoured by the Presence of the Qoren nod AS EXHIBITED AT PARIS IN THE YEAR OF ONE HUNDRED GRAND ILLUMINA TED PANORAMIC VIEWS OF THETWORLD an Exhibition for conveying to the by mechanical aid the sight of all the principal cities and finest views in and America the drawings by the most approved and are seen upon the prin ciple of at tbc Saloon of top of the close P Mr of is fla iu oclock in the morning At Sabove Musical Glasses commcacc ol eight FlRt AT WE beg leave to return our most grateful acknowledgments to our numerous Friends who w kindly assisted in removing our property on Saturday far the vrry essential service they reudcretl us Officers and Privates of the several Volunteer for tusir ready attendance and SON May RICHARD INCUMBENT of a LIVING about 19 milts from in of about the annual value of sool wishes to exchange it for a Living of either in or the Western part cf further Particulars apply to Bleas NewInn or to RICHARD ALL Persons having any claim or demand on the Estate of Richaid late of ThiOg in tbe city of arc requested to send the particulars thereof to of which if found will be immediately all Persons m debtcd to the said Estate arc also requested forthwith to effect a settlement of their debts with the said By order of tbc TIV from the 1st of for tljioc a pleasant COUNTRY consisting of a two fitting six two and with suitable detached arery capital aal about fuur acres of Meadow JituRled at Chalfont Peter an euincncc commanding the most beautifnl ami further particulars by applying to Norton and EN be mshei or a term of not ex eroding in excellentFAMILY with all con vrnicnt roouisite for the accommodation of a res eertaulc Family consisting of large and eight or more bad gvod cellaring for and mirawpus and upwards of irood meadow undposi ire tiiilars may be had of Throgmorton HEKTFOKDSS11RE MAN rich Meadow and two Manure be for or seven ft dtsiiable furnished with all excellent stocked and and abtait ninety acres of rich meadow aud tuo irefl stocken be by may be had of Capital wilb and be for tlirca a compact eligible IAMILY completely wllh offices of all excellent gardens walkvl and twenty acres of meadow Also llic extensive mauorof almunding with To be by with had of Golden CAPITAL FREEHOLD in one of the principal spacious FREEHOLD of large and every couvenience for a large fa milyof tbe first situatcin one of tbe prin cipal at the West end of the with Coach find stabluip adjoining Tbe houses will be let separately but together they offor most tlesirabVe for on hotel of the Bmt and the Proprietor will not object to let them tiat Immediate possession may be be TOOl by with jnay be kadbf TO MERCHANTS and YOUNG with a general Tradtj wluise bosiueM leases him almoit wholly from this time latter end of August wonld be lsd to employ the intervening period in the any House of respectability who nuy be in wantiofmn occaiioaal to collect or any other active employment would have no objection to take a journey has bad the management of an extensive and can gire the most respectable The Hop and or any similar would be ten port paid to West will be immediately attended XrOftlt and LEEDS Commadiotov JL Safe aud POST CO will set out from tbe Charimr every morning at half past five breaktas at the Red Barnet dine at tbe Eaton sup atGretham breakfast at the Red Domawter 5 wns hy and York by at There aip uMy four coachmen and the guard ronrli eo throughout Every exertion has bees and wiB continue to be to render tbii the best conveyance ou tbe North From the Golden the following Carrisgeg set beside many others too numerous to Liverpool Post onlyonenight rv at Holyhead and Nortn Wales every 51 Birmingham every norcing at and Owwd every a new Pott a and Ckelten lam JJaiL every Little and FIR Scotch Sprnoe Flil Goulds near Potters fifteen mftei Lon be seen by applying tb James bu the sent to Wiustanley Pater be attended REAT with immediate comfertabU particularry eligible for a jirofcssipnl situate Great j a Jow To be viewed and on to Winstanlcy and ion ood Laud seven Miles from 4 with coach and five acrm 0 meadow beautifully situated at culars and Tickets fhr to be bad of Winstanlc and very coui modious cheerful most desirably and pleosaaUy on the North aide of square This excellent two handsome drawiujfroomis communicafing by tblding morninz seven and domestic be by with die may be had of Winstanley and f EASEHOLD JtiOUbE and in i J LEASE of n small FAMILY and between 30 40 acres of meadow with gar fivestall and convenient out offices situated six miles from en of tbc Surrey and commanding beautiful and extensive views of the surrounding Possession be had at Midsummer only may be informed of and have cards for by applying to Winstanlpy and near HOLD with very beautiral with gar pleasure und out from thirty to seventysix acres of late the residence of John within five miles of ten of aud 113 of The House is a substantial modern eJi containing every suitable accommodationfor a fa Wily of and immediate possession may be be viewed by apply ing to Thomas on tbe Premises and further Particulars may be oa ap plication to Condon HANOVEltSQUAKE A Valuable and durable FREEHOLD with capacious picture and a of well unnaged principal stone and secondary and replete with every do mestic and with loft fully adequate to the caSuaimodatioii of a respectable fa and ccntricaUy situate in Hauover beviewedby tickets Tcrius and may be known of Mr Harry New Bondstreet VILLA aud LAND im the WEST lift IS TO LET OR A COMMODIOUS with suites of domrstic coachbonsc and stabliug for four and nbour seven or rich meadow divided iuto by and environed by gravel and screened by a luxuriant shrubbery excellent walled wellplaced greenhOuse Whole in high and competent a renpectablc fa The situation is cbiecfriljmad within five miles oj the May viewed by tickets only with printed may be by applyiu to Harrj New elegaiitly fur noble arid wellarvaagwi with a suitable suite of both exterior and situate on the west side tbe reniiJeucc iiid of a principal floors dis play a suite of capociuus apartments fitted and furnished in a magnificent stile correct taste the part puMN chamberstories arc correspSTidcntly arranged fected with every for a large and resjiectable family the offices afford every comfort and couvcni and the whole of tbe Premises are in excellent repair and condition held for a Ions lerm of at a triflinR be viewed by tickets with may be Uad at New Nouiv uuc fTTIHE noble and truly capacious j lnte the Residence andProperty of Iris Grace tbe Archbishop of sitnale South The airanjenient of this Afansion iupon a grand and its aeconimcilatioES sufficiently for a family ot distinction fashionable ani central O the of Parliament and ami jy iUjtroxinity to the Park nad area of its own ground s rendered nirvand The premises exhibit an jxtraordinary pile of substautisJ biick planned ndiciOnsly for uniting convenience anil and com irise witbin the mansion wxteen chambers with secondary stone staircases two spacious andTeU prapor tjoocd wpen shiely with a mud ftoiie staircase leading parlour of ceAwpobdent bririkfast amT wltn groona otftbe basement iiomrsUc oiiices which a uumeroua can a competent ar rangement of cellars witb access by avenue to a detached idtchei and fbe whbk Jbrnrbig a raperior resi The tenure for 98 from 1J41 j at tbe tn viewed by Tickets 12 and S every dty except Sunday with nce and may be Pbilhps Vcw COTTAGE w3 ieSt neat and pleasant EHEEHiWJDCtfrtAliEjVsitttate between Eufield High way a quarter of mile from the main road jndW containing six bed dining and breakfast and requisite acres of Land two felly si tecl iad of the LEASE Of a substantial in re containing 10 widi garden and every convenience forif genteel Upper fartUr faforma tion may be deligMfal FA MILY at with nnmerdus andnteexceilenl further apply Smith and or and A Very desirable it may suit OJdEstnblisbed SHOP and with Mills K titulars tuquire at on and the hours of M and five octotit j do perlon aeett apply who cannot command a cnpitAof genteel containing nifte a wash and good pltuated the pleasant side of VaoxhoH Tlje Rouse has been and these torb Reiit aiul may be Lad anyday from cteven immediate Letters atldressed fjjftst paid to will be duly TO PROFUSION At TOWN Adelphi an etcellebf FaroJry HqoseSThe prin cipal apartments are bandsoineiBjad situation is delightful and cflmmauds with the and Lpntfn The House is fit fur thv immediate reception of a faniUyof respecta particularsmaybe had 6T AN within four miles of nDeXfirW Term of 18 years of a RURAL fjttfetitry situated near the banks of nitfeffy distance with suits of roomsjrOaveiafcotly suitable large gardens plea a a plisjse and every eonvenieocr reception gealvel ntay be and had to vieir the iromiseayjiy applt cation to A Detached good Famil waited tEASE of a compact Family itf tbe aud surrounded witb excellent well and five bed a cpnco twostall Tie wjrieh are upwards of an most abundantly stocked end cropped witb every day Sunday excrpted from the hoiiwof Cards from Mr House IhidEstaJSi AjjeniMfcHi Newington only C A DOG AN a genteel wellplanned tAMILY gant Household Furniture may betabSh by be viewed by witaPar may be bad V CAPITAL within Six Miles of MiK Id adapted for the 4 faniyy rf distiuctioo coutains on the ground and numcrousspncious furnished in the first nttednp with marble and mahwfany grand principal two secondary with nuineronn bedcbonlheMadmirabiy of all descriptions suited an inijfor three and stables for fifteen horseW The whole veil supplied with fresh Two ed fully and an ex cellent An elegant lodge with irou the The estate comprises forty acres of uncommon ly rich meadow and pastureland with a right of common to 17 beautifully ornamented fine grown tim ber and thriving proximity to felt parts VVwtern and the tlic diversified rules through the surrounding render this estate very either as a town or country be viewed by Tickets only Particulars of Blake and Strand and of Golden where a Plaii of tbe Estate and elevation of the 3onse be and for vJwwiDg may be IF the Next ofKin of late tefettfcfcjg of wilfapply 16 GJ of The to Let occasfowfly to Auc Ar rhe Salt V nt iberty oothi bettj the c4ss of of pereou having a Genuine t v A LADY the whose Business hougb yet be cWmidcrahly extended amoDga and liberal in ill either to retire of to whom letter will benrtenWdtOf Vigurt and Bot a Ptctare Carfote JMV in I brated BrjtiA iblisbrti corner of Brook Portraiti of cele brated rriHE QUARTERLY NO IL JL price is published this by John Murray Fleetstreet Piscadilly and Ricbardsoni fi This Day is in two price extra with curious LONDON CHARACTERS OY Anecdotes and Customs of the present Century b Sir BARNABY Scene and Portrai Paimter to the Argyle and other places of elcgap Printed Crosby and Cox Stationers Paternosterraw Day was in one fries T ETTERS of the SWEDISH written chiefly in the early part of the Reign o Gnstavos To which is an con taining an account of tbc AssasaJnation of that Monarch with some interesting Anecdotes of the Court of Pe during the of tbe of Sudermania and tbe present King of at the Russia Printed for aui Successors to Mr i ThisJDay in octavoC PRINCIPLES of SEtDWIFERY incIodingttoDlsenjws of By fceetarer of and the Faculty Pnuted for ttrabwr judltdon of wnonVmaV Be by the same on the Uterine He in price boards Observations on second price Day are illustrated with a Map of tbe and six other EngiaVtUgsV in prjce 1st ie Troops an an fur and TbWeMfeM contain in acccnnt of tbe inarch sou tbe British Army trader Sir John from the day of their departure from to tbatiuvvliicl embaritcd al Tliey were writ on the apd immediately as theeveutsjuoseto which the They are offcred to tbe public as a simple ant authentic account of the disastersand blasted hopes c one of tbe finest armies that ever left the British On May was to be con tinned LONDON con ducted by RICHARD London printed for Samuel Leadenhall street and sold by Jlrl Cambridge Par Oxford Bell and Sir Dublin and all other Of whom also may be the 1st price On will lie in2 isjuio price T ETTEKS and REFLECTIONS of the Austrian FieldMarshal Prince de edited by the Barunest de HOLSTEIK containing hitbcrtonnpnbfchcdof Joseph Catherine Frederick the and and interesting Remarts upon the Turks translated from the French by furSamuel Lea detjiallftrect of whom also may be Italy translated from theFreneh of Madame de Stael authoress of in 3 price in On May was price par tieaiarly idaptad far of COMMERCIAL ARITH entirely differing from any on the subject that has ever yet been laid before tbe ex hibiting an extensive inquiry into the prircipies of the with a difiuie illnstratidn of every calculatiou that occurs in except from the and usttalry taught in By formerly of the Little undertaken at the earnest and conducted with the immediate assistance of nJaay MercHants and Brokers of the most extensive knowledge and experience in the of for Samuel LeafleuhalP street and sold by all other Fust very neatly price adapted to the Grammar of Murray with By Nee solnin hac ipite debebit docere sed frequenter et jadicinm disci By pursuing tbe method of iostoiction which this work U iutendcd to 6nly will a good Gram matical bnt ji of micb greater bctaoght to exercise their rea Ltteir mrmtioa wrH be and Trinttd forLactinj i tOBy and Temple of the Finsbqry THE ANNULS OF SPORTING Day in one HmaH on a fine embellished with 89 carricature prtntsv price in extra Tfflrffi ANNALS of SPORTING by CA 1 Esq aud his variousCorrespon The Corntier is thrown in pursuit of bis Thr Poet laid mounted OB f Jiumy t Amiahlof Caleb is the best satire on the subject that we have yet met It does infinite credit to the talents the Author and its pepuine wit and inmtmr fnirlv rank it whh Gambadoes celebrated Annals of of which indeed it may be continued ajpiritedrbnrinuation published by Thomas Cheapside and sold by Goddard and Mall Bondstrtet Col Pinsbnrfsqnare by tne Booksellers at the also by Book jExliuburghj and TWa Day were prici printed fot and Temple of the Fiosburjrsqnarei npHEMOTHERS qATECftlSM or Firrt Principles of Knowledge and Jnstraction Catechism of General a Brief Introduction to the Arts and thenseof Schools and The Catechism of simple and easy rules and diree of and observations condoct of in for the use ofscbooU By VULEIAM Author three preceding stiiei of Catechitms on the most in which it has been by a perspi to ge neraiase m the tetOSKfUR comprise a tJiuversal Ani Jjjj g fnnery THE We lay before onr thedecision of the Court Martial hiijd at instance of BngadieiyGeneralClintoiii May 1809 laid before the King jtbe proceedings of a General Co art held at the Royal Hospital at ou the 5th and Ly adi journmtctsj to the 17th of the same for he Trial of Captain tbe of the 15th or Kings Light trho was arraigned opjn the undermentioned DisobedieocQ of orders on the 2d day of January ju not having remained at the post in front of Bem Wtwd UIjtiT accbrdinj to the whieh he hud received from thd to that A most culpable neglect of duty on the 2d day of Junuary after he supposed ie had discurerrd ibe for which purpose he had expressly stattuned in front of iu having impruucutly and hastily abandoned his on of a bodjof without braking any efftctnal attempt at ihat or to ascertainwhether tbe the ofwliich he bad so lightly jnitteil poafj was or was not a party of the owing to which misconduct lie was induced to make a report to of of a large body uf the w which was i DSAing fOodurt en the same iu having to bis command at to be nearhim iit dirtcting them to complaint in of February TGeneral Clin andi in the his party which had 1 a ntUment when he betu allowing his pally to get on as they WWW an For totting a 1 an official his Colcn against of AdjutantGeneral to tbe in to the pre judice of Ordur and military Upon whicb charges the Court came to tbe following The Court having duly considered and weighed the whole is of that Captain the of the 15th or Kings Regiment of Light is Not Guilty of any of the charges preferred against and duth therefore most fully aud most honourably acquit him of the whole uf Tbe Court cannot close their proceedings without ex pressing an that altlongh it appears that Briga dierGeneral Clinton was mistaken in the circumstances for which he so severely censured Captain Court U nevertheless that the BrigatiivrGene rals both in the reproof at the and this subsequent Court had uot any other motive than zeal for the I em toacquaint that Lis Majesty approved and confirmed the finding and sentence of the Majesty the same time was pleaseii to exprtss bis roiv currenct in the observations with wbicli tbe Cunrt closed their proceedings upon the conduct of BrigadierGeneral I your most obedient brmlile Signed DAVID DUN Commander in Tbe ANNIVERSARY OF iff two jjeat At the Meeting held ou Saturday to celebrate the Anniversary of the this illus trious when The Prince Of Ferdinand and Tbe Emperor of success to his virtuous and ardenf ere Canning addressed tie companyneariy as follows it has been suggested to me Tom the that it would be desirable to convey to the soroe expression of the sentiments of his Majestys Gaverimient upon the subject of the three toasts last In compliance with that I rise to lowever that his Majestys Mini sters adopting the principle so wisely maintained and happily acted upon by are per suaded that while Britain ought always tu be arepared to defend herself ou British ter defence is best provided for by not waiting or that but by opposing lawless am bition and typinny in their first invasions of those more accessible and less powerful whose subjugation it would be necessary to make tbe jrelude and the means of any attempt upon us and by holding forth the best and promptest aid every nation that has the fortitude to truggle for freedom and the first mnciples of British against unprincipled In conformity with this his Vlajestys Government has resolved to give itet assistance to our struggling Allies and I live the satisfaction to that while the first ibject is to benefit the cause of the rights of no part of the aid thus given can foil o produce effects beneficial to BrtUuu as well as to On the Prince of Brazil tlie support hat has been continues to be given sy this has made the deepest and has confirmed to us a faithful in whom attachment to Britain is now the first and leading Hincipleof feelingand In aiding the xruse of theconduct of his Majestys Sovtrnment has uot been attended with a less avonrable The supplies furnished to the Spanish nation have been received in a manner which exceeds any thing that could be conceived rom the known character of the The expressions of acknowledgment uniformly hew that the sense of the benefits conferred mve superseded one of the known characteristics f the Spanish people they prove that a iroverbiaDy can beyond humility and that whose would eem to repel can be iodissolubly ound by its The spivit that an Spanish and that cannot tttingufifcKrcvwwodiere the manifestation f it is overawed by the it is ultimately effect the de iverance of that country bnt let theevent be rhat thfc generous aid of Britain can icver be effaced from the grateful of the Spanish With re pect to the Emoeror of though bis rms are involved in which it to e hoped are but it would be in onsistent with the generous priuaples of JJri policynot to afford the necessary aid rom the of Britain as long as the tfficulties of the contest and he may be likely to avail himself of it with beneficial The Emperor of the of his and the people at were aware of the difficulties ef the contest in vrhivb   

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