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Day (Newspaper) - June 2, 1809, London, Middlesex i with tho Sanction of the Right Honourable the Lord FIRST PANTHEONGRANDCON J f n l rcjucpd trill be THIS PRESENT t the ed 73 Saloon r Rliab clciiraed at the to M Mf ast Seven begin precisely at may be liadat the at Mali and at the Georges near SAlES BY CONTRACT rpO be has convenient room for aud be White Noifcn T JL the that No 35 TOR THE INiUGENT T llfehup of President r i IA L M EETIN G of the jVIembers tliis Institution will be holdcn at1 PnuTs Pauls on THUKSDAYy a One oclock Committee are iii meet at the same liall iiiit 11 orluck of Out a ofTwcuty or a Member for JOHN havr pleasure that on May nf tbe Right Admiral in tbe the Treasurer rei 1 tla lie and li received tbe fbllowing as since the lost i tinMagistrates of S o v X IxiTntrix of 100 o s 0 10 O her of noue bnt principals wu b Letters directed to B alWWonfas tbolomews w rg X A of harjyeen brought up to for loaf ion fes Steward Or an boring fconctjiruugh all the practical in Suffolk and flatters lijnC fee shall fatirfactiou to his Salary no of vr IV 5 sq to ilp Institu die late I Eq i E 10 i O v i0 P the fulloxiing and SubscnpObna May GENERAL 1 1 M l S SI O l i l l j TV 10 1 i Croughton 1 s s 10 4 o j John 3 0 3 3 i A Friend to per S Lord s s uu o la CoUoa T c n Jury 3 lisq ts tlic Duke T Esq J Salt Mr Gore uflexpired TERM iaaXE ASEHOLIi IT JTRV consisting Fapdy of meadow the distanceof li m Kent the river Cray runs through the jrpSni cotwistsiotrin park foor and four convenient and dfftncbedj excellent garden fully and fruittrees in full Oeir withlmiiiediktc tbrWhtilePrthiises good of i R from tatpeft tfh of the me eaormous f tliabpower which ought to have been differeut ptnfccta and these 3tatc ere jti By toe ponSfeq The blaitnieS foftRV that tliis dutingiiished province bad beep tbe first which raised theory of at the same doned its highest1 Obligations antd as if the wm beeu turned it utterw tiph to tnSing objects connected with local cha and interruptingtheregtM course of and oocusioning delay 3 even tHe parties cortcerrved MJ these wlio were igno ualuraily demoted their to frivolous The preference to cert menta connectedwith which to Sisgdsfjh the and the of in such TQ Tirl of C f Ti to IKT Jjinl a AiKn S 5 li 9 l K 9 8 I I 6 James 9 S 9 AFrjend to the l ISS UN WOODS in I LciccsUpsqiare is wiUcpatinuej i day frum uiue oclock in the morning A qpJMnVIQDIOUS with suites of coachboose and stabling for four alum t seven acres clinch into and environed gravel aud screened by aluxuriant1 shrubbery an excellent walled vfThtgwbole in high competent to accommodate a rexpcctable fa The situation is and within five oj tbe Metropolis May be by tickets wHk printed by applying Hairy V l jyice On ticnlarty adapted for Couutiiierhouses and Commercial AcademW n 2jL entirely differing from any anhject that haseveiyet been thrift befijre hibiting an into the with adiffuse llnstration of shewed tbmt it not iotended to supply the public to exhibit certaio trrbitraTy and twhiph disappointed Ml the pUrppges 6f pubuc althoughyon alinost fropi thejcalainities of T haveperceived that hare suffered a theusafid tp nelieve ypor I have arrived at your By pefsops the most inteHigent and by repVesentatioiTs from 1 ie bodies the most and by my I have that Hum tiiveuaua 1 frou ure all three that pr fesoiou tleiiservicesn tlit iu a strvigyle evtry jjrapus diot leaned towards civil excite u og istuietive chanicai of the to iu by 1141 HOUSE OF LORDSi JUNE Counsel was beurd on tpiestioa of tlie Banbury when after Lord cause wax pftstpune daoTuesdav next f atAtft fberepresenlatiou indaiga was thrbwtr out the on the delightfully in it truly respectable the en trance of The Premises are hi the most feet state of andfit for reception of a family of the first The House cofltajns icven rooius on a floor urith suitable domestic for ten expensive hot iand Tireett atid tt Jhe gnjnud plwf of rBe whole afiratffof cigfit vjcw ani maybehad of Clapham 5 tinl oof a LIVING about IB rojle froip m either in Sjissejij or the ftpply Bfcai Holme tlj or to the of every calculation tbatocMrsin from and confused modes nsually tangbt itv By immediate aMisiaoce many tbe Jtnowfcdj for Samuel 1 atfbtfierl Brokers of thcCJty teadeoiall own abosesto which I have adverted not only but many in greater degree TWs Day it JL SEMJRLEB TUe Portrait of theprt scnt Number is an Likeness Prior of Viacowtess The Phots of Fashion ave selected from ireljwraiid li and eoloiired with peculiar iccnracyanid Qiiainai Sonp for tbe prexeht htontH is Tbe putlems for Needle Work and Fanoy Drcxses yce invented by a Lady of taste and Literature ftrraajtJmniicirfeutijreln this its origi and Assem ise may if the kingdom kewise an the nact Numbers in good era V S the Groydofr trill so Xmi to form Thames to tho Toiffl fast persons desirous tbip Canal hereby informoithii tbe Efimc sioM of the other nny be bb by application Gompanvs rv jts Barges to be A 1J A IxSLEY SILKS and J 4s per in great H SERTANTEs and Muslin loaiNewgatestreet ls tlie Waterproof Cambrte Cloaks for riding In open and some flue Irish yearVstodt I l I he old J most Celteetton of Mit UresMs crrr yet offered opened by and Wwt of nI jriiis may be acciainnidifaVea wJli ercry foshion anirtc of on the most reasonable I A I X WJLUAM This Day is published Splendid from a safety and to have and have tbe observance of tlie our and of hare at tracteif respect But what their Some of 6ur laws they others they Jiave openly They ha ve concealed the public or andintercepted not only the correspondence iof but the official intercourse of the misapplying the power with wjijch were and misdirecting autho rity which ought to have been employed in de fence of the tbepexercised that arbitrary sway with which theyought not and could not be The Cbuicnander in Chief of Northern Provinces of Spain concludes his addresswith the powers entrusted tohimbythe Su BiHsi were Jwfiir he Kii Income an t to Witferhe t t lie o grant hnudicd iliouSanU that profijised fricnll measureiecbmmsciied but oyacted to the ofa specific stafLTtfedt of rflinuif iii which that stini of J appJiedt expatiated at great length 6l5 justice arfd cxpeslicncy of Hbe mtasarey atd of tte considered I thp andrbonoiirable not I and morafa tit UtVitb the welfbeing of the I Srateyami the preservation of tfce Tae Duke of NORFOLK had no objection to tbe Ad hut lamented that tEe ulJc business was fle erreJ torso BARNUT addressedtn tneir Ixjrdahips a few which we could not aisliasUy preme and the application of those by whjch he dissolves the subordinate Junta or as unworthy of the authority wiiicb they are transfers their func tions to the followiog persons El Cpnde 4e President Don Jgnacio Florez Conde de Toreno who lias succeeded to the title gC here of and his vmripuB Corrcupoij Thc Conrtier is tbrowrbitt porsoit of bis With t ou Tallyho fcibjoct that the talents ed Antiajj of of PUBLICANS table be accomotodcted rith creat hirthef particiilMs ftquire of MK Siroru Great adtoitil spacious by i A laic by of WILLIAM OcJicatcd by to the 01 1 in now and iroiiftat3li at by Edtrard PrintseUer to and Publisherj corner rfBrook may be engraved Portraits tf oeie witfc attached and tensivB aiertjlegkraea jrUh and staWinf by tbe Botjisellers at by Book Deputy of lately resident In London with the liower of voting Bon Gregorio Jove Don Matias Menende2 Don Francisco Secretary in case oi absence Don Juan Arguelles Mier Don Fer nando de la Riva Yaldes Signed EL LA May BROWSE broB5ntnp tlie SixthReport appoioted to consider on tbe expdji ency of a Caaal to lie The Insolvent Debtors xent through a fo leave to hrfns ii a rfilf to limit the of on the oatsia t The Report of the Committee on tlie Bill wse brought and the Bill ojdereii to be iead third time tomorrow The Societies wai rfe port andr M betjfcen into furtter1 consideration on Tuesday TTielrishljraitia Bill and orderedfo be The Houne reVolvsdiuto a Cuuifnittee on Ifce Irish Spirit Bill bV filled up by tSe TwotyfiftiTilf A debate erisncdon fhfs in Mr was THB ASTURIAN PEOCEAJIATION apiHE MARtjriS DE EOMANA TO T0E AJSTBKf LA THK HEAL JAPAN Made by DAV and IS invaluable with nnal 1 Wiist brilli r aiVorJt pecuHar noorishAcnt to the sail the and its Tirjueio Ktf wholesale by Day and at ihej Hih Holborn retail hy No 80 Fmcblane thepriadi 1 uul Oihnin in tle iii every Town hutu theVuited WITH GJJAKD AJ1 W of Wight from the BtalL and i o i lie Coach NOT Qaebeck snd 45 and 1 B By these Places are secured to Ryde and rt m the IslffoT above accounted for if hMt of maleimi BARROWCUFF MAD i most Irtifnlly inform tbdr Frtnjdsnx the a prime and oivntipentof suppliedfrom their factory they hafe P at B and flatter thenielvS BMhne hpnoor then their find them of snperibc rpb will be attended to vithdbpatch opposite f he Tlui is f rit acquainted she the of want of The they ap SPANISH Of ajitfie errors coniniitted by the Suprrme the nabst lalal 13 tEe condnct wbieb theyi havt piifsaea witb respect to the Soon after they Goverjiment they pasised a by which the old reattrictove laws were declared tobe in full force inis amounted very nearly to a prohibition of alTfree the sanie the Junta ut most secrecy upon all the transactions of tbe and Nothing could shew greater ig orthe realmeans by which the deliver ance of to be and its iDdepen dehce than thus to deny use 6f themost powerful instrunient they cbuld1 have to with in their great policy was tbe more blamed as well as because Spain u iq tbi very rtdh in men of rejected the invitation of and adhering tQ their were earnest to talents in spreading and strengthening the pa triotic Even under the resfranit have been so unwisely the ftewas many proofs of the pprtant assUtance which the Gpvernnjent would ftttorf mirai the in rousing and uniting the if a freer scope were allowed inthe ducussion of and in the cocamUnj jiraj iliat conceiving the Hoosv IjadsniBcicjitly mafctd a sense of its twa and ortance upou Lord Burgbefch1 cdinihission oa a runner be thoutrhi it now to persevere of which he had papfre Jjjy of that noble Lords this the he ttierefyre witUdrew notice be hoi JUDGES of tht ExCH QCER The the1 the order of for the tHe a bn the Actii relatiiif dges when to the and happi the Provincial ratio situk MIRTIN said he was in hopes the Rig would haVeinformid the Hous fromwhaffund be proposed augment tlie j oj u must tie with that the Junta of atUioijgh the favoured by in Junta vas iin soil familiea ithad and which are Kid otbcf pecnliarly v nod of tjorresponding tvihstch aijd the Jin under the idea PaUerna Jbe seen 4997 and above rtfttrcd The Trade L IK Ti T lastI was wurepder they jipagjnary or of publie Tne contributions wof and to thejpolitieal fonnerly now of display aa eloquence pf illustrious cause in which employed uniting what tea rire xtempfer as sa in 4hecounsels suggested to inent for tbe conduct of the most feiviid and commanding exhortations addressed to em ose learned luniintries of the n e before he moved the or der of the He ftltit was his duty as fir as regarded the interest of tlie to satis fied on this and as well to obtain fjooi the Rfghi Gputieroan a WCjuld adopt some measures for the reduction of the uamber of sinecure in the different Courts Unless pledge was he felt it incumbent on painful as the might nmfce a ufantl of the puh and any further appfbpnaf ion of tiie ptfbliir until srni6 asiurnnce waa jthat the funds appropriated for these sinecure nlHMAA 1 1 should t6 of Ittrther iocrease to fffe Jodkes f rad that the1 subjevt of sinecure places was in natora totally distinctifroni increase of the Judges salaries was notfo depend but it wis a qnestiou to be discussed tirely as refereiyce to theTjierits of the lodges whose salaries lie bel eved it jiwtice to jo that this decree the With a strong opposition from sbthe Jberi of the Central Tbe jovellanos could uotfeil to befiiUyaware of all the consequences of so blind to have been seconded Ms and active Deputy from aad bigotted views old Florida Blanca mojoirHy was still fe in the deHberatipns of the by to gre toobserve the who are a influence of W the Jilnta all innova anlvfltinn of to of cabal pfpro were uufortanately return ed Members af that Assembly the otdniba of die whole the ought to be the lust autfinen their the neressarit3 and every other articleiindispensi We to and More especially exalted had been Consequently rigid economy wasscarcely suffkient to enable thoselearned persons to appear proper in the high situations to which they had been appointedHe under these circumstances the Gentleman urgs be had sfjted as aov obfectfonto lne principle of the augmentation that did not ject inwiy degree to the principle of the appli HEXRY PCTTY and fully concurred in the measure wfieu tbe tiotr agreed to and the House Tesolved forthwitTi into a The of the that after what already
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