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   Day (Newspaper) - June 8, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBUSHED EVERY AT SIX PRICE SIXPENCE ire respectfully informed that which the Company have Thcalrc expires unSaturday the Tlie Theatre after Monday le in order tliat the New Decorations may be affixed throughout the u enable tbe to make the va which bare been tii afford the to the Public within the iroved facilities of ingress and ij by Authority of the LORD WILL OPEN for the Snmuier COMIC and a GRAND of which will be duly new lobby will be opened to the rirrlc of Boxes enlarged and considerably i appropriated exclusively to dress Com SALES BY PRIVATE CON THE LEASE of a capital in good doublefronted tvith situate on the Prc mixes f fl O be D1S JL POSED by the the from up wards of J30 to be takeu array oclock every to commence at Midsummer particulars inquire at Messrs Hull and Fmsbury near THIS iLSONs Grand Rural Ball is fixed THIS at Highbury Assembly Marquees wi I be placed on the niiraa Minstrels will contjmie to play from rii when tbe Ball will be opened in the Mr aud wbl will by in lie course of the danre Ihe Irish Brunswick and Higb to be had of BedCerdrow at Brookes and and at the Highbury Academy for is open Ta JL pital blislicd so TallowChaudlersj ca pital Readymoney Business hi the above d some and in one of the greatest thorough fares in the present Proprietor goiuginto another line of business tbe comingin will bo made agreeable lo the farther Particulars Hattongardc PEMON i NDAV Junfe a SEB ON will bt benefit of I lie al the Church of Wood by the WILLIAM lur c Clement to PRINCESS OF WALES The Public are r irllully that this Vessel will sail from near Tuuionow Morning at Trn is a remarkably fast excellent and is nut connected with the at or a person nt tle Gua aud will all i N J S a as in a r a ShigtefYoung uudcretands bnsinesi can CANAL uud DOCK SHARES in the undrrrocnlkmtd Sooth and Kent Rennet And Thames and Wilts and md Rochdale Connb Eagle A and Rode Insurance Companies Commercial nud East Country Docks Auction Surrey Strand and Vaoxhall to Thomas eligible FREEHOLD RE walled ch aud plan fourstalled double and outbuildings surrouniied extensirc liWiij and npvrards of one hundred acres of rich and Wood situate in the most desirable sporting part of the county of Particulars may be knowti by applying to Shu Portsmouth orto PRESENT STATE ext Week with the flap of of Ftiitng rfWAVELSoftheYat JL LET in POHTCKiA4 v aad idjng interesting de tails ill respect to the at LW and manageript rerii by that kingdom aoJ its ItlinUtcr Plenipotcutarj to Spabi Member of the Nal oftbe Present State Sf French bv John audJ present state of Trench und Author Trdiulated from the le Print ed ANNlVEflSARY PITTS MK the that T vent wall by a numerous in thift wlierg pmpns and distinguis tfieir Vi Five hundred and delivered by the S pie accommodation wtos y j tickets STAPLEFIELD aud Thirty of Meadow extensive right of in tie Rojkd from London to COPYHOLD ES TATE comprising a modern boWfronted genteel Re finished frith peculiar neatness con tniaiug five two handsome large find arift a fine lawu with large which is in a high ttnteefcttUivatioiij stocked with abundance of choice aud well bearing standard and wall fruit whole planned and laid out ia a judicious capital or iblc character from last place where In iJ six 3 port I a will be duly ue for or Twelve sli cunrtnient in Wal WHII larje yielding nlf luaHpcr of fniit of back of or of Dlackman partly for six or 12 T a neut complete FAMILY two tvi situate at I neav Surreysquare cjiiy possession may of DESJKAULLCOUNTRYRESIpENjCE in vut three miles frpmthejhtrt Io lie vritl lutantiful plcarjre waded in ftWutocked iViiits also a walieaMiy lass in a good but k JeucufU possesmion may be Mpplylo Hutcbins JamesVstreet corner of Pauls or Mid 7i HAMPSTEAD be till a elegant iilicimely aud fully ou I of two gnod other withfivecheerful and cfoiete s detached twostall a ficjtw ful y stocked in Tht Premises are plentifully tafpMtd with and the whole partiealartyvaitcd for a Imll For fiirther and Tickets apply to Dx and enclosures of nnadoy lahd the whole containing about thirty acres or The Estate is deligbtnilfy situated on an ia that healthy and rural Staplcfield called high repute as a ereat portirig conn and in the neighbourhood of foxhoawfc and ani commands exttnsin and enchautiug views over the most fertile pact the comity of is 36 from 18 three from IS from and seven May be and Particulars had on the Prt mists and Caunoustreet Duke of the the the Eari of aud Lord presided Great Room The large also elegantly fitted The Duke of with agreat of and filled this Copy of Dispatehifrbm Mr Canning to the Erskiuejt 23d Ja SiRrlf there really exist ittthose individuals who are to have leadingshare in the new ad ministration of the that disposi tion to couie to a tompjete and cordial uilder staudrng of which nxn hare received from such positive assurances it would be useless uqprofitdble to revup a recapitulation of cattses between the two Govcrprnents Lave or of the ar arreaftrTOeltcnrepeated in support of that systeiu of retuliaiiun to whiclj has That Majesty must unquestionably coutihUjerfo unless die object of it be ojtlienvtse after the thq part of so OF srtVi after a lony rtturnej to the leading Membersof tlte Govcrii mentof the lJilhcd 6lf a sincere desire object jfc a which continnauceof tlie system it 1s proportion Among the ttff tealth of Lord Mel ville was given of This toast was with the greatest ap Lord in retaro to the compliment paid to addressed thVmeetingas Jt is impossible to be silent when an allusion is madetOiHeihsach fluttering It brings the most LITERARY This Day is publbriedia five price io the Sixth Etmion of SAGRE0 The f of ttoeiSitKarchs being a Course of Lectorsdt HENttY and brine Sertoheit nutt and This U one volume price by permUsivQ f the tUc Fourth Edition or SERMONS OTV WILLIS JXJX Sub Dean ef Prebendary and Rector of Bishop Author and parts myJifei During a period of near 3O and clown to that calamitous hour deprived IbB world of that illustrious whose met to conxme my lofto live with him on terms of the most confidential habits of pnbiLc endeared to1 me by the tigs of indissoluble private can assert fcith grieit that during that whole period I neVer heard him utter a sentimeut that was not purely nor express an idea thrtt did jot tend to that atf ardent desire to serve his country Vas the of paramount in his It is my kifentiou at present to obtrude upon you my prwate or a de tail of Weare ia discharge of what I be a pnout the memory of v ment to explain its and give proof of its The extension of the iuterdictioh of fhe Anle rican harbours to the ships of war of France well as of Great as stated former an acceptable symptomof a system of impartiality both Bellige rents the first that has by the American The like extension of the Nonimportation Act to other Belligerents is equally proper in this These measures remove those pre limhiary which must otherwise have precluded any useful or amicable In this state of it is possible for Great Britain to entertain while such manifest partiality was shewn to her ene were consistent either with her dignity or her From the report of your conversations with and it Thattfie American Govermrient is pre in of his Majestys consenting to withdraw the Orders in Council of January and to withdraw conterrfpo Tbc Manchrstoi Watei on aciouui of souie which weralie Irish Jhe lisoJvsn the Wurrboiuio rhe Coloniiil Warehouamg tbe Military Coinmissiuneis wrre brought up aud read tbe fiist Lord KnshiNt5 Bill for protecting Dumb Animals was iirominilted with fwiir Amvnonipnts by his extendmg provisipns of it to Scotlasid jnd le Upoii flic piopoHai fiuIhe Lcrfl DALK ufiemisouie objicliuns to tliv piiuciplc whkh were answered kiy Lord and the Bi 1 Theorder of the day btinjj read for Loan Lord SIDMOUTH entered iuto a dis sertation on the subject of coir mcixfnig the aad policy oi tlje lute MJ Lord without dissentingfrom the laid down Ijy the Noble conduct of Governmentagainat the of jmproviilent or lavish bv exigencies of rbe Lord expatated with grtat elr quence and animation oi the and stated v tJfetthfeexpeudftnre of the last year was 8iyioas more titan that of two years and tlat Ministers had entailed the country aud on posterity of obe million evil more to be deplorexl tlsai the and xe eiortuous burtin This he considered even all the wlith had resuItLd frotn the and pernici ous policy which had distinguished the whole of the measured of his Majestys present Miilu Lord Grenville concluded by that he did intend to move fora division of the as he was persuaded however right he might it would be impossible for him to carry his Lord HAUROWBY replied at great and supported the Some explanations tool place between Lords when the Bill was read a third time raneotisly on its harbours to ships part the interdiction of its of and all Noninter aJf public iHustriouB pubHic it arid a menitt tothe performance of nrifeeot phblv THE REALJAPAN by and prn inxijluable Wvtft half the Misl produces the most brirHatit jet black yi ailurils peculiar nourishment tothc iMi ilic is perfectly free from any and will retain itVirtuein liy I toy and the Sfnnofac N HighHolborn by Days Nirut Swallowstreet Ax 1inihlaue the principal Per iiliucu in tbe and ineVcryTjown the in stone present season of the year AJ he time of rhcsc filtlvy Teruiin depositing spawn or which speedily multiply ui 1 in tlie summer months become soIrwiblcsOnft MISS BURNEVS NJiW This Day is price SERAPffiNA or a Winterin 3 By In a few dan will bfe published a H as a in 2 in anawer to Cdebs by Captain or the Ofiebaaded 51 4 The Libortine a de for and told and to be had of all BooVsellf We are met to our participation in the general sentiment and feeling of the coun try with regardtothe public principles and public of The numerous as semblage of the company now here ia an une quivocal proof of the value which was put pn tlie character andservice of that great loss we all too cause to most gloomy imagination scarcely have that the removal of any one individual jfroni thepublic theatirecould Iiaye produced so inauspicious to the not onljr to the whole course and Nonimportation so far as respects Great Britain leaving them in force with respect to arid the Powers which adept or act under her What is of tbe utmost as precluding new source of which might arise after the adjustment of tne That America is the preten The Bill for the relief of Suitors in the Courts of Session in Scotland underwent a second read ing after which the other orders of the davbeinw disposed the House adjourned at f past HOUSE OF JVUE LOCKHABT presented a Petition from certain prr of against the BUI now Before tbe the number of outside passengers Ordered to lie on the The Military the Colonial Penalty tj e the Goods llie Irish Uistil durin the present trne the enemys from which she was ex cludec during Great fpr the purpose of se curing the operation of the and of the bcna jidf intention of America to prevent of In tbe and oa tbe idth will be N ADDRESSto and fhV PEOPLE JTAtN and prrtrnt8tiUO tbe for Tip I to can how be eaijly exterminated I ihcCbymiealLifniid wtlbontsmellV I or auv wnv or auy way disagreeableW I uijy be applied with ease by any one I to many famifies upboktery tbe firit in tbe IraJc constantly usiug it llif Hulhora also Fleet I and Corner of GRfeAT AS great satisfaction in oeing able to an utiiiiire lo the and he mrurriug coosulerable cxpeiice in the cinpley ai and aided by local x ASSEMBLAGE OF TOWN PRINTED immoveuble for their arc peculiarly adapted to the present mode as it combines every the most cxtjttisite latit auj patterns from the l an4 Asiatic Schools And displays of ricK Damask Priqtcd i Blue Celeste tuid and other peculktly ir aM with corryipoudnttjfBx 1J inns for Chair to match and Pain of Kcrssymews and Moruieij for tbV T i of elegant u the above to of confident the in the very low price be is r Proprietor to charge hopes M cm of tkatpatremtgt itha to s of Patteroe from the Mantrfactury Tbeltade and the TISTICAL REvlN BOTH RkBlES licy t View Political States with CliirtB of Great to for Samuel of jTrhojajJso may price An AUfmpi to date tlie DeVlatidb frraft hf V VALBNTIAS TRAVELS IK TODlAi RED SEAi by WHHanr HE Public are respectfully that this WorkwillcerUmly be ready in the week It frill coosiitof Three Volumes rldi rhave that an honour able merits of the dead has eietibeen esteemed a powerful incitement to was in circumstances so favour iable tb appreciate ftie real value of a public fin this country with regard to the character of il lastnous men isto be collected either from distant or frbm partiaf ftnauthentieated tradi lathe pent our separation fnein the object of our vetfemtion has been so re us to bare madeojftwtof us eyewitnesses of meritorious and yet it has been long euaUle to exercise an impartial judgment regard his virtues and any party and to disturb your feel ings by a detail of any invidious i ieave to ydurowtt and to the feel tKe heart which at this pervade bellnhed witfc nearly ce Nine with ameUme taken by Seventy Engravings prj a few Copies on larger iPrdof the will be pobHshed Twentyfour large tcken These are tbe sueof 24 by 17 are coloured to imi tate original They will be mounted and delivered in apprt at the price of Twentysix Goi neas the THE OF This Day is in bite tmall on a fine drawing cmbcllUhed with 29 carricatnre by price in extra of SPORTESG t byCA i LEB his Cofretpon The Courlter is thrown in pursuit The Poet totf often laid lovrj mounted on Enc to appreciate justly the value of truly good I and that no eventsmay again oc to too our view many of the energies which he displayed in some very critical motrientsi when jio ruie which to guide but the comprehisnsive of his own great Whiletfaose who are act ing on the public theatre of life contend for such prizes an honourable ambition may fairly as pire to in a free Apse in the more pri contentions with But if ever any vate walks of every species of t witb of aniri set of with mischievons views or restless in pursuit of their own dis regard the great lines arid old established of the it then becomes the duty of every maatoJorget allother considerations to be truteto himself his posterity by de fending the ugreat landmarks of the Constitu to Irarismit to those who come after affords to all descriptions then are firo in their determi to support I trust ho such times shall ewsyrevert y if Asy ever It be iri nil TIS to principles and virtues n I her citizens firpm trading with and the Powers adopting and acting under the French is to be considered as being at Rberty ito capture all sitcb American vessels as may be found attempting to trade with the ports of any of these Poweis without which security for the observance of the the raising it nominally withrespect to Great wouldt raise it with respect to all the Oh these conditions his con sent to withdraw the Orders in Council of Ja nuary and so far as respects America As the first and second of these conditions are the suggestions of the persons in authority in America to and as Mr Piukney re cently but the first time expressed to me bis that there will be no indisposition on the part of his Governmentto the enforcement by the naval power of Great Britain of the regula of America with respect to andthe countries to which these regulations continue to but that his Government was itself that without such enforcement those regulations must be altogether nugatory I flattermyself that there will be in obtaining a distinct and official recognition of condi tions from the American For this purpose you liberty to commu nicate this dispatch in exlftiso to the American Secretary of Upon receiving through on the part of the American a distinct and official recognition of the three mentioned cohditton his Majesty will lose no time in sefldingto rica a Minister fully empowered to consign them to a fonnal ard regular it ispossible that the delay must intervene before the actual conclusion oF a Treaty may appear to the American Govern ment to deprive this arrangement of part of its I am to authorize if the American Governmentshould be desirousof acting upon the before itia reduced to a regnlar form either by the immediate repeal of the and the other Acts in or by engaging to repeal them on a particular to assure the America Government of his Majes tys readiness to meet such a disposition in the manner Best calculated to give it immediate Upon the receipt here of an official con taining engagement for adoption by the American Government of the three conditions above bis Majesty will be of such either hnrne O9 and tbe Scaaien s AVagcs Billsu were readlthe third and Tbe African and Judges1 Salarv Bills BORKBR tkat an humble Address be nre sejjted to bis Jlajesty hewoWW pleased to order to be laid before the House Ckrpy of the appointmeut of rhe Commissioners of rnqniry into the Administration of Justice in and into Appealg brought before the House of to The Insh Office Duty and tbe Irish Tontine Bills went through The Reports were up agreed aud the Bilk ordered to be read a third time Sir BURDETT that there he laid before the House a return of the Oroits of the and tbe Uroits of the since the accession of his Majesty and of the application of the Sir conseqyence of an answer from that many reports of the Medical Men and Architects were as yet wanting oa the de ferred his Motion Colonel Gordons bouse atr after noticing that it would be no ad titioual cxpence to the moved for the appoint ment of a Select to inquire lato the taken in consequence of the reports made in June by the appointed to inquire ioto the improve ments of with observations Agreed WHITBRFAD gave that he would tomorrow move for tbe appointment of a to inquire info the propriety of limiting the number of Members of Far liiimcat holding offices uncier tlie VOTE OF HUSKISSON moved the order of the day the third reading of the Vote of Credit liilL when Sir THOMAS in a speech of consi the repeal shall nave been immediate inAmerica or on any day specified by AmcT that reciprocfellyto recal the Orders in for the conclusion of the Treaty and you are in the circumstances herein rectprocai engagenieiit oii hiiMa CAN stated his Bbjections to the He with respect to Spain and Austriaj he was averse to giving a single shilling from the resources of this country to either of unless he was well assured that the people of both countries were warmed with a spirit of Resistance against the common and that would cease fromher apparent join her from Cadiz with the British fleet in the General TARLETON opposed the CDRWEN so fully concurred in the neces sity of this that he wished it had been for six millions instead of He was persuaded that the safety of Europe must depend upon the decisions of the present campaign and un less our allies ware supported with that prompti tude and efficacy necessary to sustain them in their arduous we should have to when too that we were not more liberal in our Lord CASTLEEEAGU spoke at considerable length in of the and being persaadexi that the proofs Already given by the Spaniards au3 Austrians of their firmness in the cause theywere embarked were sufficient in ducements for a further extension of aid this he could not but in the strongest possible the necessity of the vote before tbe TheBill the third and A If essagefiotn the Lords declared their Lord siiips concurredWith the Irish the Local andthe Iriah Militia COMMTFgBE OF The iiitq this the were voted be granted to the taxctors Qoeea   

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