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Day (Newspaper) - June 22, 1809, London, Middlesex PRiCE SIXPfciU 1 IlKE LITE INSURANCE Blntkfnarsj empowered by Act ot OH INSTRANCE from and on iTS nudfortbe Orant and Purchase of AN f fallingrtue al Midvainnier should berejreir ru from that i according tv theplan which ori on the Premiums of all Fire of Alargc ndttnytage is allowed i and enry fatihty is aflorted by and io WARMER Companys Office for the Westcud of Lon t ai orrtbfi Westride of SALES BY PRIVATE SURREY Proprietors Share that valuable fluurahtBg Con dWctedfor at 66Great wifl be duhy 0 The EfiASfi of a genlSei I V cemprUmg Vtirty modVrttt stea bed JvostaU brevhoascrbetovbotnev kitchen and pad r a CLERK ata Public Inon uliu writes a good to attend1 to I In1 tmsinrns of the Address u il 57 E I i rent or a ahy part of tlit Outskirts of iwv size five dittff stoep a convenient anj with directed fo will aod entered oh B Furnished situate at Mount fit for Hie rtfctptiSo ef a iVnPiirUcuhirs appry tu H i together with the gcutcel capita cttllectido of estechicd fiile PriapHettfr totb Derbyshire or the whole will be let for two or tbrei For apply tu Old HOUSE i6F WKDNESDAT The received the Royal As after which Commons sutnmoned in the usual the follow ing Speech was delivered by the LORD CHAN CELLOR VOKta late the property of aneaiandawelllfinished iii the most convenient part ot near tbe a large haudaume llii Ar a few or orunfur Ii 11 aoocl very with or and Donald H be haiidSomely a situated hi the mostplca iili village of Hampstead ebntaintog two Jinjiin fire and servants apply to Auc t ready Foniislied tor with a commanding view of h h consisting of threefitting i In IT bcil ilittojand two boarded i Ilcilioway post h aitnidril The fashion pad excellentiFarnltnre and Fixtures to be taken at purchaser may be accommodated with about Coo dvtrta of Port wine ranyfMMsfbtteoff ahandsome Town W further and Tickets apply tq SohtKj or of We arc commanded by hir Mogevty to that his Majesty bos great being by state of the tq release you fnjm your laborious Hto Majesty doubts respective you newly erected with for a a newly AUigbtAilly situate little taore than SO mites WorthEast rural Tillage in a perfectly respectable and A j M A HLKKEEPERS aud be LET or iiuity of a roomy with extetuire COBCB nih rooiiis large Old Ir l I JL A i he I with immediate yvithiti mnuiii walk of the chief entrance to fceo u newbuilt DWELLING stocked with standard ana efepa vuiienius grape an tlrratvd The House eynyaands fur miles Minimi uuti springwater also iiuii mi and fohiiag gates the wliole per itrt recepfibn of a genteel be ktiowtt pott IX I It Rjqyal or Bofldrtryt t within fire milck the capitaT market towns of Sndbury and in immediate vidnity of Castle and SiWe The KceiUenee citatams a and dotingparlour large with suitable domestic offices de tached are a fourstall stable and Xhe Pre inises are supglied with excellcut spiing water and possess the singular adrantage also of being sdprffed with the produce of a nearly which belongs to the Tht flohte by a Shrab and coinmanib delightful views of the adjacent npon which j nn hace and prosperity of this be ucconimudated with a few of For furtfieV particulars apply if by post paid to near the Royal D1 TO ami beini of the gteateM impor n by rbose ho m piuyWJ U tosobmrt fa tbe pro f astatctneut of tbeime required at tk vinous pf their fofr unc hour aud an three r j one two three type employedii ufthentedera Ho be bappy to wait i an culcmsm uith a soule of U Jill I AM LAST URAWM daT COrBERY OF KHOLD of 1WAROS of ONE HUNDRED THOU SAND in Capital iMml Tickets to be diawn in in four Ti lusaud Tickets each No arriimity live grand inthisiioltery con if Tiuutynine cKcellelrt iu and vhich iiiijimud iu the when Building Sfgiftiaia IT laucti rheapar than at fire emiqent5ur proved by dathybeTore a i Inlimits of to be worth npwtrdroif W Thouiiflfl it UdesittoW U tlir Public should mow the areatat improved Vjtlne i itif Pi a ucw SnjTey nofrpfT7 uliirh will he published as soon it can Jbe oh and Sham areonSalelrf Str Oi Com hill Hayinarket Strand uhu sold Three of the i Prizes ia the last City FREIENt 8 0 is O as o o 11 6 will at huge may TO be a capital and very valuable FREEHOLD situate about a mile and a half from and the limits of the town and late the residence an4 property of Gene ral deceased comprtsuig theManor of court witKtbe quit a capital moaernbuilt stuccoed with suitable offices of every the whole in the most excellent aud perfect repair extensive and delightful pleasuregrounds hot and successiun n beautiful park of highly direrained a fertile and productive in excellent called the PriorJ of with a complete form con upwards of 6eo acres of part in part on and parton Bitherfhe whole will be iu pnt or the Mansion With upwards of 920 SnelpMd wSthi6 tne park will be sold at Portewood b rtunenriy dU ttngnSsheti for adranUges inpoint of si anArjonmiaoilt extengjye and ptctoresnuei ef the Me Sonthaeipttm VCaiovtheBiver and rich whlcSl The neighbour hood is Very and the roads are ortremdy with Par rwr nimy be Ud of Blcknell and where Plans of the Hmse aiid Estate may be seen ParticuUrs may also be had of SEA WATER BATHS IN A Sinaoy of Nobility aud the Public are xjL not aware that estoblinliment of this nature is in and to whomthe use of a Sea VVater either fer health Or may be particolarly in or on returning from they are most respectfully that Sea Water ouly is and they rontUt of a Tlnnging two smaller for either worm or cold and shower Warm ur Cold Baths may be hail at a minutes a man and woman being in constant attendance from seven oclock in the until eleven For supplying these a sailingbarge hag been purposely built and fitted up with a tank or reservoir that will contain in bUlkaftout sbc Mvonfand gallons of ami is con stantly employed in bringing it from the a few miles beyond South in A tiimilar tank is built in the the immediate supply of the The taken np about three miles from the and al consetjncntly is in the most pure and is sold in large or small LAWRENCE returns lib thanks to those and Gen who havefor the last fourteen years supported these assures tbetu the most unremittiug atteu tion shall continue tb be paU to their To Ladies or Gentlemen who may be fatigued by tra the use of the Tepid Bath is strongly Adelphithe bouse next the TO THE Lords Commissionere of liis easury having approyeJ of the Scheme presented the ensuing we now submit it to spctiou of tfae with a short of nnciple on wbkhit is constructed aodat ibe aarae confidence tbor patronage and urj tinfirm that this Scheme will be found respect to meet the beneficial of Gp by prtveuung illegal and render Lottery a rationatigvmeof in whicft arfvcature witL iheUlitfaiiaon of that puts birantlf iu the way of and con rp tu the exigency of the be does not support r to STATE o be Drawn iu iuth 500 100 so as tiery consiiU of only Numbers from 1 to liiMTO hot there are Four TirkMi rf Meli but there are Four Tickets of which will be entitled rfmwn against such fcr If Koi be Prfte of theP and Woolwich to be Pertmptoiily pursuant to a Decree of tbe High Court of Cliaii made in Cause Sir WILLIAM ana others are aad and are before JOBS of the Masters of the said at the Public Lon on June between the bourn of Ijf and one oclock in the in Six the Free hold Estates of the late GSORGE situate and at Woolwich in the eonxtetinr Two substantial Houses and situate in in the City of stand let on hwseto 6Hyears from 18H4 situate on Woolwich let to on for ah tmotpired term of 15 at A substantial Dwelling Adjoining the preceding lot with garden and Ut to General tenant at at Ac yearly rent of and four Tenements beliidd the in let to on exphesat A newbuilt Brick a wel and in Jackaohs let to IqcUsnre of Land called the contaiuine abuul three let lo tatebg 148 in of county of Irtsnt eo Freehold Bricibnilt Cft UD IIVIM at a yearly refit of A smbstantjal hold Dwelling with aad gar return into your to both by rostrnptioo aapirit Of attachment to those cstobttibefTiiwi and floppy con it his Majestys anxious md tov ikjiendtbe GENTLEMEN OB THE HOUSE OP We bare it iu command friomJiig Majesty thank you for the liberal provision which you have made for the ser vicea of the present and the satisfaction which bis Majesty from jour having been enabled to provide for those without any great or imme diate addition to the hurtbeus apod his His Majesty particularly cronnnnds xis to acknowledge your prompt attention to Tlis Wishes respecting an in creased prevision for the poorer Clergy an1 object in the highest degree interestingto hia Majestys and deserving the favourable coiisideratidn of MY tORna AND Tbe atrocious and act qf violence and treachery by which tbe Ruler Of France attempted to Enslave the Spanish while it has excited in Spain a and unconquerable resistance against the and of the French at the same awakened pations of Europe a determination to by the continued and increasing encroachments on their safety and inde Although the uncertainty of aB human and the vicissitudes attendant upon too tonfident ao expectation of a satisfactory isamt to the present struggle against the common enemy his Majesty commands us to congratulate yon upon tbe splendid and important success which baa recently crowned the arms of the Emperor of under able and distin guished conduct of bis Imperial Highness the Archduke t To the efforts of Europe for itSWrn his ditfscted us to that he Huapd to his most atreanoos assistance and sup conrinced that you will agree 4jtfc him in consider ing that every Auartibnfor the neslabKshnrent of the hv xtependence and security of other is no IqpjcoB tbi1tii tiwroiuff the cha ractcrjuid honour of a Coinmissidti for proroguing Par liament was After which the LORD CHAN CELLOR trr LORDS AND By virtue of his Majestys Commission under the Great Seal to us and other Lords and now we in bis Majestys and in obedience to his com prorogue this PaHiamenl to the loth day of August to be then here boldeir and thfc Parliament w accordingly prbrogiiedto tbe loth day of August v The Commissioners the Archbishop of the LORD Lord and Lord DART Archduke alighted rrom his Md led bis gienadiers against the French whichbo The 6rst regimeut of Insurrection greatly distinguished iteelf in The loss of the enemy is reckoned at in and the Austrian army also sustained a considerable Ou the 33d the French by the bridges which still over the The rearguard only still But these ajso had manifested a disposition to retreat when this intelligence come from MAY Letters from the English and in who bad made a Undine near to the number of have been made They were drawn into the and the division of Cvr Jtute JUNE The day before yesterday proceeded through this place a detachment of horse grenadiers be longing to the Prince of which were oh theirway from Spain to vhe Grand According to an exact there have passed through Ettlingen alone above of war among whom were senttng that the Bank wasfuiry compe tent to discharge its obligations to the Before the actual capability of Sir Cotters Bank to fulfil every demand npou it was many expressed an iuteriiSoja to re Austnans prisoners 800 APPOINTMENTS TO PAPERS PRESENTED TO THE HOUSE OF COMMONS RELATING TO THE EAST ISDIA A Return of the Writers sent out by the East India Company to their from to the latest period distinguishing the number sent in each year to eacli 1793 Bombay Brncooleu 1794 Madras Bombay 27 7 7 4 30 1795 6 4 21 Madras 13 14 29 is 9 i 65 99 Bombay Bencoolen 1796 Madras Bombay Bencoolen China 1797 Bengal Madras Bombay 3 Bencoolen 3 56 1798 Bengal 16 Madras 6 Bombay s Bencoolen i China 27 1799 ai 1800 17 14 Bencoolen 1801 19 5 1 27 4 1803 19 1804 6 5 i of Wales 1805 is 23 11 1806 8 9 ceive its notes in payment or as equivalent for any eptcits of Tliis disposition towards the establishment extended to distant parts of the The Gentlemen constituting the MunsterJBtink ly heard of the embarrassment the when they resolved to preserve the circatatiou of as far as they could to it and they a tion of their intention to the of defer ring till the result of the should be which they understood was to have been called in that JOKE ISO Bombay Madras Bombay M a 94 6 Jl 15 The season for bnstle at last Rose in tlit Duke of and the Prin cess of bringdown about 4O passengers each The which was so much injured by the tire which happened at Diceys Quay will be repaired and fit for seivice in a The Balls commenced on the Kings atKidtuans about 30 couple The Librarians are beginning to be busily em intends to rebuild his room and upon the old which since the deluge in the winter of has totally dis leuvuig not a wreck It is said that the repairs of the terra Jirma alone and if it can be so called is a question will cost Garner no less a sum than The under the management of our old Wilmot Wells who ii great in intellect as ever will commence its caniuaign ou the 17th Irish and Miss and Charles are ex pected to form a part of the novelties of the s4u son the regular dramatic corps afe now per forming at Afine statue of TIME has been exhibited it is said to be intended for the pieriiead he bears a dial on his and his wings bend ing gracefully forward over the front of his per discoTers that the architect prefers Time and has no objection to a mantling JUNE The HOUSE OF JUNE The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER acr quainted the that the praying his Majesty to bestow some Church Preferment an the Chaplain of this had been sented to his and his Majesty hid been pleased to declare that he would comply with the prayer of the At half past three the Deputy Usher of theBJuck Rod summoned theHouse to the House of to hear the Royal Assent given by Commission to and for pro roguing the present attended by all the Members went up and being read the his Majestys Speech for has frequently that Writers havenot proceeded to India in the season of their Since the institution of the East India Col lege in ithas been usual to send thither for edu cation persons intended to beappointed Writers subse The above account merely exhibitsthe number of Writers who hare proceeded to it is confidently and it may be will be here at the His Royal with his usual con has conde scended to give towards the which sum is to be disposed of in whatever shape the of the races may deem 035 Colonel who arrived at the Pavilion on leaves us for CarltoiiHuuse on ednesday Yesterday the volunteer artillery East 14th A Return of the Cadets sent out by the East India Company to their from to the latest period distinguishing the numbers sentin each year to each proroguing Parliament for which see the House then separated in pursuance of his Majestys GERMAN MAY Yesterday the headquarters of the Archduke Charles were at Graf Mqrgraff on the Rurabach in two miles above MAY the to the accounts Jbitherto received had on his retreat by to on tHe Rhaabj in HJin gary in order to form his junction HurrectioQ tbe AreUduke Season 1793 1794 1795 1796 J797 1798 1799 1800 leot 1803 1803 1804 1805 1806 1807 1808 39 68 B4 33 44 183 114 164 13 65 196 198 198 no 1 140 153 35 44 94 55 54 167 75 201 18 190 135 138 930 211 113 55 7 15 48 2b 34 51 3O 109 36 171 19 2d 56 053 81 127 Sl6 114 132 408 219 44 31 291 49s 357 428 340 281 East 2d has frequently that the Cadets have not proceeded to India in the season of their appointments some have been permitted by the Court of Directors tq postpone their departure from Eugland uutil the sailing of the ships of the following season while others have been allowed to remain in this country for the purpose of completingtheir education at Woolwich and BfjLT 9 From mijeal COTTERS The Requisition on the part of the Banking house of Sir Laurence Cotter and for a Meeting on Monday in order to clare the State of that assembled almost all tbe respectable population of the cky of and a very considerablebody of country Theaddition of tposfe whom curiosity or solicitude induced to attend ji i ii i u under the command of Colonel Moore ftred twelve rounds of ballcartridge from the at a cask moored at about half a leiue from the for that TV one shots immediately struck though had it been of the dimensions of a common it would inevitably have been A soldier belonging to the South Gloucester by trade a was his by permission of his on the scaffolding of a house near the Royai Cies on the boards on whichue stood gave and precipitated him to a depth of nearly forty astonishing to lit had no bones and subsequently walked to his The mans name is Several ladies and gentlemen of ton were pre sent at the harmonious practice of the Royal at the this General Earl Dalhousie was so well satisfied with his inspection of the Local Militia at on that he communicated his senti ments on that subject to the regiment in A parcel containing bank to the amount of between seven and eight hundred was delivered to one of the coach offices about ten days by Slee of this directed to his son in This by some was and a reward of five guineas ottered to any person who should restore could be gained of No filled the City A the of the Bank j was madeon bejbaffof by Itwas in and ciiracy tbe credible fliat jthe a the Bankwiththe pdbfic were n the until this when it was returned to by the bailiff of an ppukrit farmer ot this town the packet having been found by one of the unir him on the road near the about riveVeleck on the morning it was The inclosed and sealed in various panal which contained the and had the person who found them broken the seal and ejtammed each separate before he restor edlneni to the he might have obtained something considerably beyond the reward ad for hjs As it tne five guineas were paid without any addition Agricultural Society held their tJrfirferJy meeting pn Monday at which was numerously Six new inerii and two proposed for admis sion at i in the breaking up Irodv paring aiid burning is alway37 of what the best proems
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