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Day (Newspaper) - June 15, 1809, London, Middlesex AT SIX MlTISH ENGLISH ure mobf I uowVicdcr uiiai receiving Variety of which long supd intendancc of lulaiP will authority of the jLotiO i viii the igth with composed by r New GUAND under iisicur rum the at ir riMnpoaed by rur the and and a and are prepared Clipping nine miles compact and convenient uo v HOUSED witlr writable oreeflcnt re and acres of meadow freehold and part uf near 30 years at a sriall ground be mnirfcrther hatfby prin cipals on and Soh Pater tEia I I A Person is de niirajein the as a who to 6to PcunSs if wanting who will the aliove For particulars A Complete seven old by a Stbfo She b perfect ra and gentleness she has never done a days adtl is perfectly broken for a VrkTtuiiry Grub N TliF City FOK OF WALES MM Public are thot this Vessol will suil frorn inar at in fast has excellent is connectcdwith ic or a person v iit i inGun aiid wiUbegliid for a The Cientleurao who owns her bonght her of the Gentleman brerf groom wifrshew her any day before when sfcetalo leave town Inquire at Fortmans Grosterior is moniing dated Berlin asd t LEASE of wtcnsire PREMllJlts hi one of the best Mtuahoiwui the of two vecgood and a counliughonse i alargo nhderwarehouic and eood The Dvrelling Hotitff wWcli is in THiffcct repair express hayerarrived andan express has all M MP oiT a glorious battle gained by the Ajijttfifflis at ASpern and Tielbattle on the also of whicKpring tbe battle gained byftt anaWinVed made the nextmorning wi ofwhieft either left dead in die field of Battle or TheAusirians havealsb tfljen an immense The HOUSE OF JDNE waa Iieard on the appeal of Groome when the further hearing was post pone Bill nnm ber of tanhon Austrian thafdecided Buotjapartc recroseedihe Danobfe and is the VIAN who has been brwlup to a uiflus tir H 63 CLERTC in a Ilousf of will be itDDiedl to H i v itu iiivinIiafp YULNG GIRL from the v as Assistant utliuSilaaiv equally eligible she ji In r writes ami would otlioic in of an industrious and irter wil tear tut strictest iu W to ii to 1 it at B houses hond ajnd 4 rich and in ail near Bo a most delightful and ercry accommodation for a large genteel in n situation perfectly rnral iuid 20 miles frOtn For Particulars iOqnire of Danicll and Bedford row ov Mr extra courier Kollowratb baa passed and taken Jellachkh and C with 3el in the Hied to The Bjnkiiipt Amendinect was reportrd and iead tbe third witb suchi amendments it had lastnight rpceived in the Com Tbe Friendly Societies and the Ship Owners Bills were also read the third The House went into a Committee on the Irisi Militia when same objectionsbring toatic by Lord HARO who thought that iustead auv specific mea sures with respect to a general mid uniform svs tem applicable to all the Militia Regiments of the Kingdom ought to be a long conversation took placebetween LordClaucarty Loid and Lord after which tfc Bill was read thirtl PARLIAMENTARY SALE Upon the second reading of this Lord proposed that tlieir Lordships gp idtoa Committee of the andexpressed his intention to the although the indictmeut7 stated it various ways iu different Tile com dated 5th was clear in its that be wdson no accQuut nor any pretence to make to himself any profit or lament beyond his of which he received from the Lords of Trea from the But to in press the mutter still moie forcibly on the de that he be with his salary a letter was sent to him from the Right George the Secretary to the Trea of which thefallowing is an It is material to Bedistinctly understood by and by every person in that if any shall be iouiid tohare profited in any directly or other tlfan by the manner specified in the strict mjnnction hereby communicated to immediate dismission will bethe without tle possibility of the The Archdute his comi and has btaten ihe enemy near Vllbi Papefs have been of which 11 LC and entered upon an Joiivf tic in ln of being uncqiTalkd v HilU and River ir and Tickets to apply Oiat 01 a Terra of irn a CO TASfejrcplete with con view and over rtir Kentish and coubajniug alto i i u miles from on lie i nl mj uiuch fteqiieutcd watcriug the coaches to and from for Tenus A MANSION HOUSE and one of the finest parts of about one hundiTd aud miles from calculated immediate receptiou of a large The Premises comprise the UwelKnVjgOjise aud its fur with very large two capi tal aud stabling for kitchen lajge and irell wall 300 feet Bjrtensive and a band eoine a elegjmt and a fine sheet of water about one hundred and tlmty acrte and hand and the all suitable buildings fdVUartu coniirm the The Duke issued an Edict the 1st by whioB he orders all Swedish subjects belonging fry the absent on tarejoiq Hedeclares in this Chough he has reserve occasrori the argumenbi which wu ployed agam in anypublic situs Tiroioru4 LJ I the enemies of equitable terms of the futreSt aDdiost yet they nave not been or both these neiirhbourintfowerH havihs refused lighbourint l l 1 lirapsidc or at Lis any luoming i noon Hftor I iiJIS OldCompfon infttrms the ut lie hns laid in mi rtcpailt ai 1 of the newest and best mt i uiiuitii to execute iO per begs leave to recmn i loar fgr watjj Of wldcb 1i nv and bronchi to great mlhthe prices of different PRiVAIL IN litthc Sim Urid informs his Frietids in that having niwlTed to relinquish the i he ts now oflcttng the reuiaia i Ins extensive nnd vulanblc Stock at sueli h i ensure its imfDcdiflte a vriT neat cottage the a house within the arid scnne fmaU tenements nt a little The for four lires It u deughHhlly situate in a Very excellent neighbour and not more than five miku from one of the dwell cities in The kousehold Furniture of the large stock of wnie and other hnplcuiento of and all the live and dead farming is to be disposed of to at a fixed and immrdiate possession maf be Particulars niay be had by applytng to Brace and Esscxcourtj Tem ple who will give orders for adauraion to njch persons only as upon an interview may appear likely to Ixcoine the house being at present inhabited bythir family of the Tit SLPERlOtt FURNITURE At his Corner of 1 ou hand chiefly dainack and 7SUtsnnd 4 Irish hempen v tlact and white and black and coloured and famcy and I all whichouly require inspection to Mjuisuna may favour Jones by an ihe guildsare really and J iuTd i N UN UEREUGE UNION uv respectfully the UNION 1 be continued by A runnfiig from Lud Jii Suturday the 17th instant for continue from the Bell every and Saturday at half jck tVoiu the KindsArms and at twelve the Swan at ateleven vrrccil by and parcels at the Bell Savage rfrf a at the bottom of the 0n CHIHM ctiou with V ANU LAMPS and from the Bull and Hope Charing Cross op u Uou Lon ILI j bid r ns and LEEDS and Exprditious tiontbt Golden at half past breakfast at the Rtd line at the Eaton snp atGrctharn Innv a the Ued Uoncasfer arrive in and York at There are andthe same gufcrd end Every exertion ban Ijeen I lie to render this t he best cwweyanct GEORGE BOULTON and I lie following Carriages set mam others too nuuicnrai to rxpeduious Post Coaches onlyonenisht Ilriiiug at nuj and North Wales erory aud Binuinrham new morning at Jfiil e and CneUeol every b I ui pule HAS ihteing able to aii houucctpthe Kqbility Gentry and be hfter conwdeYablc ex pence in the employ of the by local A SPLENDIP OF TOWN PRINTED Of frVedand for their inspection which are peculiarly adapted to the present mode of it combines the most exquisite and elegant designs i and patterns froni the Pa aud Asialjc Schools of Taste and an infinrTivariety or rich Damask Printed in Blue Celeste and Royal and other to enter info any negovikticHS on that important subject and former even recom mended hostile operattaiis He it is un avoidably requisite the mili turj the the threatened feels obliged aud the known valouj offlit fieople of Sweden will iher indepen that a very nti els is and mce if should ultimately and Qbtai Letters from t ready to make the the ehemjii out in attempt tw iuvaile our fiolm Jutie 3v r MAT English who set sail 23d of lust from the Swedish to meet consMeratfon of such impotttnt ro period of Sessionwhen Jt afiposnible to them wi an attendance of pio to the magnitude aiirfVeight ofthe With respecfto theBill itsett he took this occasion tiStt was friendjy to the principk of as originally brought into the other House of PitrfianieTif yet the changes and tnutttations had since had materially altered his opi nion of its efticucy The Committee of the whole House HOLSE JUKE At four ofclock SPEAITEB counted the there being only B8 Members he adjoorneiJIurtb H ith uutil Uie Heuse iu TupI I this corrupt bargain with T in discourse ten mont willing to accede ftLthe of the far deferring the gehemrdweussWJrtf Bill until it should come into the Committee could notJTefrain from bis extreme dissatisfaction at which of late Had been so of been to the amount of being sterlmg of beinij sferhngi or this deieudunt out of tbe The fiicts being clear the entries m the books of Htggius who supplied the up on which 3DL per profit wajuchaiged for the purpose of dividing amoirty to the the and the other nobiety between HiggiuS and Hugh DeputyPaymas who negotiated the There being no better answer to this than that the feodaut had a previously good the Juujfbiihd him Guilty and he came to the the Court for the de receive the judgm Dallas adc COtJRT KINGS Juxe THE that this was a rule ob calling on the deieadant to shew cause a criminal ihfomiatibn sKouid noT he nlettagaitisthiln for in a letter which he sent to certain correspondents in the Bra in some ou the Portu guese Commissioners In with regard to their conduct iu tht nwnagrfment here were then t4fsie I J r l s aJapteJ for Ihawiuproow and and Breakfast with corresponding Borders Medallions for Chair to mutchv au exteusivc assortment of Phun fast colours and Plain and Bordered Kcrsevmires and for the varied purposes of elegant above to the inspecticn of 4he confident the superior quality his and the very low price he is a Manu fzcturer and Proprietor to charge hopes he shall Beciire a centiuaance of ttat patrontije it ha been his ambitionto A fresh supply of Patternsfrom the Manufactory may be seen eviry Wedufcsday aiM at his Warehouse above Trhe Tradeare also This Vayis price THfe HlERMITAGEr or VIEWS of LIFE and APocmj Pi iuted for Rcei and Patemog NEiVTONS HEBREW This Day U piice in i Edition of A and easy INTtRODtjCTJON to HEBREW toppn the plan of Grauimafih general designed to encourage and the study oT that by facilitating tbe acquire ment principles apop a plnn which in no work of hitherto By Paternosterrow j wich and THE This Day the Secood in 3 T ETTERS FROM By DON WANUfcL Trant latcU From for and Vitwfng these letters jus on e must pronounce we must L the notice many parti cnlars of which tSe generality of ourcoilnfryOien are ig mtenperiiM with anecdotes aud which endvtke narrative tod good HISTORY Of This Day is giro with a Map price 1 WTO Niitesfrota in off Kullen wilh a fleet of S he ordered a slnjj 64 uns to convoy thejn to their port of A letter from of the 2th of that when the Bishop of Oporto with drew from city on the approach of he had the good fortune to save the military containing two millions of with which he and found there a letter from the Prince by which was informed Jiiu being1 noinmnted Patriarch or Metropolitan Pprta merciai Gazette of June The following papers have been com municated to the by hia R6yaJHighuess the Duke COPY Olf A NOTEFROM COtTST KOMANZOFFTO BARON SCHWERIIC BEARING DATE THE undersigned Minister Foreign Affairs bavin reported tolls his the cooversaiiqriSihich he hadiWitVBarOii Master of the arid Grand Master of of the Order of has rcofeired command 4 o declareto in his Impatial Majevty U by desire to a peace wjth The interraption of the inilitary operatiouK niofiiieni when Ihesuccess obtained Bftbfd tlicmost1 of gsmingstilf greater ad vautages cannot prove it in mannef but his exttejnejy concerned to discern viay clearlj that the Goverpmcnt is oot influenced same merely endeavours prdtritflt noor to remove thcsaliltary worh to a still greater also from all the be recetcerfroro to just with regajdjto the of the of AJUb impose on the painful oijjieatiio 4efusc to cbntuine hostilities nnttl whtn a Gprenmenlr in Sweden shall that it is sincerely and dercr minidlfci hw both add lit hia that probably on the hearing of1 the case on both the Court would not make this rale absofute but he subraitttdythat in case the defendant had in a that Commissioners in vcoming to Courf to call upon therdefendant for an tfteCourt would not discharge the rule vvith This appeared to be the inclination of the Court but did not preclude the otliijtside from on to shewthat the rule ought to be dis charged with Dallas that if he had to through tlie whole of this he should be nf hopes of convincing the Court there a rute which ought to be discharged witli But if the Court upon full hear fhihk that the rule could be would be left without for not adopting the now pointed and therefore lie must take upon without instrnctious from his to assent to the rule being dis charged without with out costs THE AttorneyGeneral moved the juclg me ut of the Court oh the who had been con Victed of great peculation aa Commissary in the West ttreyear Lord reparted the whole of the place before him at the last Sittings It was an i ndict ment that tlie defendaut was m the year to the which TSTBS an office of and the tHjnttj shall bean of The undenorned araiUi hinnerfof this ROMANZOFFT COPY To EO 1 t SchweVin to me rtlie fnr dated Stockholraj teen to enttrtehi some witft alreudydccl tkin of not desUe any tK inmitigation of several affi davits jvere miade by whose opinion it that such was the state of the de close damp place of there was not free any would en danger his The AttorneyGeneral made an able speech for the culling for exemplary punish as a debt due to public jus tice and as to in a he saw flfc teason whattver for sparing this defendant in leaking him jefiind what he might have re up whatever raiwb6might have to make upon That principle had been adopted in the case of Alexander which was a cast ip with the CHIEF Let the defeudant be com mitted to the custody of the Marshal of this andbrought up to receive the judgment of the Court on Monday WEDfcEWOOD THfi PIUSCE whose naon we did not fof leaveto etitir np upon an old warrant of attorney iu this The defendant was sworn to lie aliVe on the Sth the present being within the muy enter up your but ypu are that from the si the you can have no ex KUtidn upon the defendant being an Am I am aware of my tion Another stood in a similar and the Court made the same order in OF COMMON SQUIRE lo this Serjeant Lens moved corjsisted iu providing vesseie fir and to pro vide theia wiui stores and other and to perform all the duties of tbe office of for which u reasonable salary a diiy was payable and paid to express tbat nor anyper sonr under all of also had atatdd sa uiKler ajry pretence any or emolament what the paid ing Jhis thje defendaptVidid en ter agreement to defraud the and to hinrself hi of that and fortfiat purposeicorjsijired with aperson of the naine of Higgins that was to sup the stores which should be wanted for the troops in the West allowed to charge 30 per on that a moiety of sncb jiroitt shourd be to the defendant which profit upon supplied to the amount of about in of ten months the de to be tjjat being a moiety of tbe theothqrnaoiety Higgins Hugh Who ne i i Higgins and wag the iubstance of the Court for a rule to shew cause why the plaintiff should not be at liberty to inspect the accounts of aji eleemosynary instituted for the purpose of affording relief to the poor of Norfolk and The plaintiff had advarvced money towards re plenishing te funds of the and having brought an action to recover the he waa from adenciency of evidence to maintain his it was aF was to befound in the accounts of the The Court vas of that thin applica being the mile ought to Sir J awes n his Learned Brother toexamiue the charter by which the institution incorpo iu order to out if there was not some clause such a proceeding as ttat sought to be obtained by the pJaintiC At the same he urged the necessity of searching for some precedents for such a stretch of the powjer of the refused COKSISTOEY DOCTORS GUARD This was a cause of or separation from and mutual brought Margaret Letitia his reason of adultery wifh Charles of The parties were married in and huvft three In the the Colonel received orders to join his regiment at the Cape of Good and to goijom thence to the River La which orders restricted uny offi ladies accompanying their al though had expressed her desire so to In consequence of which went to shortly she was delivered a male being pregnant at the depar ture of her husband upon which occasion she attended by in his charac ter of It further appeared that from attending occasionally at became intimately acquainted with her and from whence arose the crinriual the of which was the birth of a female child before the return of THe of adultery being and thatpf a verdict of SOOOL the Court of Kings Scott felt no for the
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