Day, June 9, 1809


June 09, 1809

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Years available: 1809 - 1867

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Day (Newspaper) - June 9, 1809, London, Middlesex IE PiiMif respectfully informed that for which the Dmrylane Company have Theatre empires on Saturday the The Theatre after Monday br iu New Decorations irtdinay be attxbd throughout the House to eiisbfe fbe to make the va r which bare been to afford the ullmnuHlation to PqWic within Theatre hi imorovttl facilities of ingress and by Authority of the LORD UN WILL OPEN tor the Shnuner Season Yiniv NrwGOMKJ and a GRAND r of which wilt be duly announced tuck eaUwrd and in be appropriated exclusively to dress Com JAMESS demafld for TrlectE for 4he Benefit of and advertised for the the bet of Public the On wfllbe 3 Guild cousutinjj of vc by the following I ormisrt aod Wist uf thi late Theatre Iffitocs Bandf hciojr their H tele Miss CprH wfl nt tie KK to he at Seven to begin pre at be Master Doron i aud Master Pantonstrcct iuarket and of Greekstreet D Tictcti inaed for the will be at tuc above Rooms 7 de siroiiato RENT or PURCHASE such accommo by Bating their particulars to Hawkes and Co 111 will oc duly not rcecivet BON OR ANNUITIES ON Commissioners for Paving the parish cil will meet in the Vestry on the 14th day June at in afternoon proposals any who may be willing to advance a sum of nut exceeding at interest Bonds or As of llic Raits and Assessments lo be aiadc on uf and Bath or iu tlie purcliafo uf Annuities Lives or Uieir being of age or such Annuities not to exceed toerate u i per to he secured and payable tuc said Kates and By order of the said JOHN I NDAY HORNSEY WOOD so long celebrated for its rural war Sunday at two will be supplied a at a charge moderate us canuotfail to tineral This delightful spot is now jnlbe Lot state uf Dinner and tea will in addition to the natural beautiesof the utiuott assiduity and attention exerted to IM I Proprietor this opportunity nfurcuigthanks to the numerous Clubs and public ipanics who feruur liim with their Annual hopes to hare the Koppttr aUencBofe Gtutlcmcfl fcay be A beantituT 1 nsli for gentlemen who thojnsejrcs ataBnioJl annual gcjjence as alwT a vfcrj the TovCrV of and Me irf Wight Month mr w J i und and Loo IIP Coach 1 11 fiv J K By tlicsc Coaclies and in the Isle rive Ponfids accounjeil Tor Uolofes ird anr paid ftir as Ail 1 PiBasiirtfgnintet Wire ancf sntehil BU10MAS CAT0 and Holborn i opposite Andrews CliuronV Dcspectrolly i rm tinNobility and that they r a laige Assprtmeut of VVirtT aad J to keep and all The VTirc ad a free circulation of hf which un rictnaU may bekcpt any other 1 v Various ptatcras light for IiQDroyud or preferable to wpod njr dnrshiKty andippjir ftTrework for 1 and to any PALEYS ill one volnoje by permission the ifairtb ON ythr hie WILLIAM Sab of Prebeodory Sector of P Author of Natural ral MISS KEV Tliis Day is price or a Winter in Town a in 3 By CAROLINE will be Cvljhia cbnsing a Hus a in a writteo in answer to iitatn or the a 4 The Libertine a by de fyr aqd void r ami to be had of all THE ANSALS OF SPORTfNGf v is in one small on a ilrawing embellished wijh 19 canicajurc by price IK of SPORTING and h The Courtirr is in pangjg The Poet too often laid s mounted rides after me Vith hutia tallyho on oThe of by u the best satire on the subject yet met It does mfinfte credit to the talents Author and its renniac ambudues of uf indwd it may be Coutinnedn spirited ctrotf Anaitnta Loailon pnbruJie ue and jold bj afco jhy Book and SALES BY PRIVATE CON To be DIS JL from up ifocluck POSED by the the DUNG wards of ISO to be taken away before rigli every to commence at Midiuimincr For further particulars inquire at Messrs Hull aud Finshnry niar HOUSE superbly singularly elegant RESIDENCE fur a small and furnislied ID a superior style of taste and replete with and IH the perfect state of situate as anil may beviewcU with pritttM may be bad of Harry 7 New A Furnished compact LBASEHOLO containing two and tliree Ou a in excellent anxl fashionably fitted appropriate Furnifnreof a select and subject a moderate and held for May be viewed by with may be had of Harry took tie tfronj po Boo GOTTAQE ami elo gaiit COTTAGE recently and elegantly fitted comprising ten principal and se condary dining aad aud othvr rooon and affd staBling for font a productive and fatiy cropped healthy shrubbery and laid out with refrcdhetl and beglrthcd hy the in which the right of fishing u of rich pauture and an extensive right of situation is within 6 miles Qf and in a fine part of the particulars may he known by applying to ifew Bond VlLtA and LAND on the WESTERN TO BE LET OR 4 COMMODIOUS with suites of doutestic coachhouse and staliling for four and about seven acres of richmeadow divided into 6y handisohte and environed by gravel and by a luxuriant shrubbery aft excellent walled and wellplaced The whole in hich and competent to accommodate a revpertohlc fa The lituUtiou is and within five wilts qj tne Slay viewed by tickets only witli be by applying to Harry New elegantly fur qoble and wellarraneed with a suitable suite of both exterior and situate on the west sideof the newdojce aud property of a principal floors dis play a suite of capacious aparlmeqts fitted and furnished in tt magnificent stile and with correct taste the parlour and chamberstories are correspondent I y arranged and per fected wifli every needful for a btrge audrespectable the offices afford every comfort and twuVcul and the whole of the Premises arein enceHenl repair and held for a loin term of a trifling be viewed by ticketsqnly whidi may at New Noble and noble aiid truly capacious JL late the Residence attd Property of his Grace the of situate South The ami Xhe i cit WrediMpruck oa the the whola ttnitufy havinr Vbcijth the sition or the wrttli of putting him andJAJirpj all he panned nearto RWIAiMrgYwhere the wretched rttgHife was rndebtea fcr hfe tafety only to the General de Roy at the same tfie blockade of Ihefbrtrcssiol irilh the liopjjs couiuianded by the Duke iif wfcp greatly prdlsc the cSndttcl of Major1 Paha RnH several othci intbe v Chaslellcr entered the Tyrol with a handful of brave anl plundfrt and murder Bavarhwi and soldiers put to death before tts He his ty of these were about That loarfedj with to whom he owed the restoration of hit amoMuHbg to severe Biillioat iHt of mi well as affection barbarians entertain fat theif The TyroUae detestrbc cation brought anon them all against Chaateltef h M he took t H him wfth and gave him jtliut hrjtept fai oedlbr twv the mountains The Valley the laid down and Thj terriforf followed this rtamplcV have ordered the to are leaving the mountains feod retnrnrgrMI TBe of will then becouii fortuutsof pooal the the and jrouiidedi d to die right rfthe early m re Dwrabe d the on e be apd distinction and its central to tne Houses of Parliament aiid and by Us ppoximity te the Park aod area of its own ground is rcodeircij airy and The prelnities exhibit au e3rtraordinarypileof substintTal Brirk planned judiciously for uniting cooreoiencc and aud coat pnse withra the mansion sixteeji chambers with distinct secoiidary stone stUircttBrS two spacioas and well propor tioned lofty about ajj by 24 expen sively and slflingrOom 6n principaT grand stone staircase leading diningparloorof cerreeoondent and an inner and outerhall oo the ground and on the basement every description of domestic which a family can a competent rangcmcnt of eeltsn an excellent cold with access by a avenue to detached kitchen add fhV whole forming inperior liesi The tenure is for 38 years at iri To be viewed wily byTicketi between anil 5 4ay except Sunday with Pfice and may be had Of B intothe to be Much the TurVs had the ft f ThU and tke left banK the onbath tides of that maacentrre taken post on the ral LanrUtou k in Styriai at The Daatzic h rtfrthe heMl at fte Barniaa to army v dOTtENBURGII MAY It seems certain that tlie Russians have broken the aud are inarching against Swe The island of Anholt was captured on the 18th of Mjiy by a British The Governor and garrison refused to capitulate amounting to 137 men and are prisoners of Severe French privateers have been taken by our cruizers iu the MAY Every thing is quiet His Excellency Baron and the Prime Barou set out today to proceed to Ger to wait oti Ilia Excellency Baron Stedrngk is jjone us Ambassador to Pe The Russians have demanded the of Finland far as Tonuo tlhey insist tlwt Sweden shall give up that pro vince for The Diet will accede to not yet disposed it be given to Buonaparte by that todtsplay his great coiisideratiou for the French men of the as he is pleased to call the to has dc tbat he wishes to her and Sweden at Seebut he will Hot interfere in the arrangd meift of the MAY His loyal Highness the Duke Regent hai recenred 4 report from General Commander in Chief of the dat pd the by which it that the Russian cbinmaBded by threaten AVest Both niawith au and that a large number yf gunboatB are buildingand fitting pat for jthnt purpose in and along th6 FinOJBh in a few hours can reach every point of the extensive coast of that of May 4 initftdl sitting of the on the 10th read the Actof Abdication of his Majesty King Gus tavn9 bearing date the 29th March of this jear which being Baron Las Augustas Mannerheim that King Gus tavus as well as his rx eluded from the Swedish which motion was unanimously and converted into a conclusion of the It was further resolved to return thanks to BorojL Mannerheim for his patriotic and to appoint a Deputation to wait on his Royal Highness the Duke and request that he would be pleased to keep the helm of Government in his Gazette A Yalwajjje oldestablished pfofitribTe with immediate by a Coocrnrwhich has been and successfully occupied by the ptesent family upwardsf 40 years and toedeath of the Pro prietor is the soje reasqb of this raluable opportooity of fering the requisite inmrmation necessary to conduct the will be find may he easily acquired by an attire person the comingin will require aboat fidward Imbcr and Auctioneers and the dragooaiare aod aoo Secottd Lienttc officeni auaV siveiy of fBoWwlio A ber tome Besides tte Twelfth the Mmuteur of this day cpntarfls a from the ATchdqke John to the Dulce of the ijth rwhereby be endeavours toprevail oa the to coaciude an armistice and lay d On this to amwer was tlie JUotateur makes seme The Duke of AJbranteabas arriyed ing in the com V mand of the who BRITISH HOUSE dF JUWE on theBanbpty aod the innday Several araonf which ftte Goods and and esifed permission to enter his Protest having omitted that act at the regu h an accidental A took place on this whenthe of LordSidmOQth was acceded the of Lord fur the and concluded by moving die following resolu tion That it appears to this by a letter dattd d5th from the Right Robert JUun daa to the Duke of that an application was made for an official residence for the Prtsidtut of the Buard of Controul and that iu const qacuce of this ap a bouse was purchased iu in ou the part of the for by the missioners of the was afterwards occu pied by Sir Robert The Gentleman he should follow up this resolution by a coiideiiiuiriothe conduct of the Treasury for sudi and expressive of the opiuion of the that a residence was notnecessary for the President of the Board of After a conversation of ronsiclerable in which Sir Robert Dund Sir Johu jNcw tlie Chancellor of the Lord Henry and severally the resolution vvus negatived without a The second Resolution was then put and after a few observations from was like wise negatived without a On the motion of HOSKISSOX certain ad ditional papers relative to the grant of land be longing to Hospital were ordered to be laid before the AND PENSIONERS IIAIING SE ITS JN WHITBREAD rose to move a that the early in the next Session of Par would take into serious the number of placemen and pensioners holding seats in the House of He was one of who considered the the Crowu bad greatly increased of late This was iu sbtne degree to be attributed to the rapid extension of the National thfe vast which liud been made to our arnjy and the whole patronage of which was lodged iu the hands of the In a Suitors in the Scotch Court of Sessions being coMtbltted v qbjected to it with many Lord GaENViLLE recapitulated and enforced his forjner thehardehips under winchthe Snilbrs iatbe Court ofteij Ju one before by his an expence of ifceen frppascd upon a Suitor fcr the mere ial pBjpers which proved to be utterly the opinions and the aren mentrpf Lord amj the Lori Chancellor when npop putting the Question the motion was STAKH0FE brought in a Bill establisbiug iu Scotland trial by confbrnlafaly the Thi LEASE of a genteel uipilernbuilt with and extensive of about one fiilhr dpothed witfi choice fit for the immediate reception of a respectabje sitimted at jn the county of inxteen milej vfrop the city of nhte from thefeihkmabJe wateringplaces of Sid ooehuiidred and fiftynine miles from Lou The Hdpse stands a con venifnt remove from high and enchanting to be fittest The riwr liter rnhs at the thb Preminat ItWJt n The whitih b may bctaken ar a fair if Particulars may be known by apptt cation Ta Hoaiton or which dianiit on the i8Ui On the 17th at two tn U was read the first when Lord three Austrian andertbe commsmL of I madesbme remarks eonaemihg rbe Scotch Generals and Somma and supported by a reserve under Gene ral attacked General Van Damme at the village of in the front of the bridge head at At the aamemoment the Mur sbai Prince of Ponte Corflfeajne to Lintz with the first brigade of Saxon in General Van at the iiead Wirtemberg and four squadrons of Saxon hussars and repulsedttfe two grst co lumns the drjjveihem from took from them w pieces of made fotif hundred and threw entire Tte third cotamn of the enemy appeared cent instance the Local Militia had Orteh dency to increase that already overgrown influ Iu the resolution which he should haveihe honour to he advanced no new theoVyybur merely recouiTuended an extension of those princi ples wfckh had been acted nptttiat variqustimes from the Revolution up to the present He was far from countenancing that theory which would preclude the great efficient servants of tiie Government from having seats in Parlia but be would have some limitation set to the number of the officers of the Crown who should be eligible to seats in the House of Com He conceived for the Board of Admiral that two of the Lords with the were fully adequate to all the management of that Board in but beyond that he saw no reason why Commissioners of the Admiralty should not be Two Lords of the with the Chancellor of the and the Secre would be sufficient to perform all the of that important m the House of Commons and beyond those persons there was no reason why the Treasury should have more of its servaats The next Board was the Board of It happened in the ar rangements of that office that the Master of the Ordnance was seldom a Member of the House of a department of such mag it would be improper to exclude from the House some might be considered as the representative of that He object to the clerk of being permitted to hold but thought there was no objection to tbe He had no objection te the President of the Board of Controul sitting in but of opi nion that the junior Members of that Board ta be There were many offices about the Court which he conceived ought uot to be tilled by persons holding seats in the HOUSE OF JUKE The Friendly the BlacfcGiani Bridge S mday the Irish audtheIrish Bogsdrainage wert read a third and The Report of the Irish Auction Duty Bill was brought the Bill ordered to be a third time to House of Commons such as equerries to the to either of berg at seven m the ereniis in amoorent tooki wd MB Inntntry ing fnlantry le hi and Thirty Acrts of nnoVnr with right of te High Road from London to GQPyHOLD f njqdttn hpwfrpnUd genteel andneatuess cpn 6te me large and brew bonsejr cacWjuaaejAahiiigr and V in feoet with whichisioa high airtdance of ihvice a planaed indTaidbutin afndicldmj aud laad the whole containing aboat thirty ac res Estate and ParticuUrstAd John Georges The enemy retired m confonoo to Frey xtadt and TheJinswrs sent oat jn pnr suitliave brougbt in many hun musketaVtjiind of waggoas and were in The lose of ny to 90OO in kiUed aod wound gave aotice that be shotlld early ID the nottSession of Parliament call the attention of the of Inquiry into of iniyiler o fijood thtre on a for of the improvement and edaeatkm of hetower order the commmiirf hi that and for other The Coonolidated Fond BiU wasread a second of the Committee of Supplywas brought and anersome oppovtion te the grant Dfc Cartwrfght by the were agreed VAHtlTTAaT moved for certain papers relatiye to UK Income Tax and Custom Duties received in ar rear for the last two petition ftwn the Curate of the pariah of All in in the county of Derby it stated that Prebend of that hving was in tKc receipt of per the produce of tlint aud other r atid petitioner But per annum for tbe eiecntfou of htt paroeKia and yrayed sach relief ajt th rooms of the and tne their Majes Pensioners be ought to be declared incapable of being elected and a limitation ought to be put to persons Bold ing sinecure and sitting the House of The Gentjeroaji with as a resolution of the That this House wriH early m the next Par Jiament take info its mostserions consideration the mus ter of persons having or sinecure or pen liohluig Seats fa the House of the also objected to the and that the influence of the thrown had Hot orlafe years been Commons a due balance extended in the House of wliitt professed himself friendly FQUKESTONE said he should vote in sup port of Lord PETTY supported the MfPMisojlBY conceived posed by his nend Arascalled for the of Committee of Boose might think expedient to to lie on from the Lords their Lordshins3 besides prisoners our whole loaa in and is hot 40a The greatly Van and the lindbn Dock oQrof traeSaxbrijGeneral LescbwitzrprfwteBabi in jfHWtesses all theactivitv after some was tfipGeSral tosael General jCluef of4he Statf jjind in nrsnance of IKs no no meansneceftsary he also reprobated weh an jri a very able and oppcwed fhe BttRDETT snppprted the It was opposed by Lord Colonel and Mr having a division took placcy tljere appeared for fhe motion 54 Againpt it 113 PUBLIC On our to the we founcl Report of after cittng of a nnmber ot extracts from that injg fi sinecnre offices Cour o meansneceftsary e aso re pprovfdent expenditure of the pnWic jnaking UOI come under the consideration of re rts of not ;