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Day (Newspaper) - June 30, 1809, London, Middlesex a Fv I PUBLISHED EVERY i tu SOCIKTV fo v Jvsaif will bi tli Jvlic to tadint i jjiiiiiitiun of ttie MoJinns trliich i I il fur augment Unidiiil I paid tu tbr families I infers on their de in in also for ennblini v millionof Shares not exceed HI c hold a and tha io i for unrtp on irfitch fnsitntnccs th err io participate fully Mill l BIKCHINLANE Juue kiveu to PerMins assurer that prihted Rv n at urc uow rrady where attvntlance is in ll nmrilini till Four in the nnd oilier in M Ships in on Rivers and n i Farming Iirsons who are Je niMiJ Assurances ill roaBc m i Invalue of and iby informed lint for such s will not be put to any 1 afiiT ilint tlie Fiftrrn Days allowed Qiiaihrday puymcut i lli1 July imit i LS Company are respect txpirinif at Midsummer u Ivjtitm to within being ready agreeably mi r z at to at per at tins Increase of No Charge forPo or A Com on Shipping Insiiraiicis from and from 2j to is per nraicd without Tinas fur Life lilsiiratrce are stipouoY to public Pa aud l winch expire i iLiiewcii within Fifteen whose PoHcicaiSpire niforibedjtbaV of the are now ready for unii witii the respectire Agents of j tinUnited n iifioi io Insurers the following adVan iiiMiniiT ur to bb insured im have the option of HUT jiars bail nltonrd B considerable M Iumiiiii ami JSo charge fuf Policies i ami iijin or finPolicies nndvr that l tin tliri p jrais or nor forEriOorsi or Sin No dedffliiori in fte i i Damagity Lightning prr on hnrarmoBB 11 IN mi IIIMIniiiros out of fiwui to and a liberal ullowance un iijnilablc and atltiiiitagelnci iilluutd a CounnistfiOBou ihis k at per 11 Order ot the and elegjmt DAV carry ami Nvuis liiuc nnfltTired mry aVrires iu trn I 111 N late brgs leave o jnfornl ttihlfronitlir Treat met with siuee ciJarSrin ajftifrti IluiiM In bas been imltfetHl jo lhake tliccuiiifuit nod couvcnieoce liiiiumr him their of cxceltcnt a well mpplied ami is by i riiider the arrommodntions the to any in the Post I to a Decree of the High made iu a I ilir Ocditors and Legatees of PETKR n rlie PnrUh oT Month of 1 their DcUtt tttifl claim tlifflr JOMV oric at his io SouthaurptOn London or iudcfilWtOifereof the bonebt of the said N T to i of the High in u Cause IRICE against KeU Muiy ore In juthday of July to court in oueof tbe Wasters in provc their R7 or pi ore their rfpretcotation to 1S nrt MIICC dead orin defoult ruitonlj excluded the benefifdftbeftud but XTbo Li hi O BE I HBTAS in bis ftc afterwards retmil L lately died on T nld C AT SIX SALES BY THE LEASE DWLLING in the vicinity of in thoitxtch with back Orkshopa for any light The first second fluor are now let prodnce nearljrthe and taxes Inquire at 37 InnA APITAL Matuion House and Pwrk A FREEHOID MANSION HOUSE and of about aoo well and si within a distance of 35 from wilh or without nearly adjoining particulnrs apply to Neeld Norfolk Good ttat W8nt roOB1 with a Honseand Gateway Jo intended for p Publithonse the grouud 26 feet by jofiVeet walled round Uase paiticulars inquire of corner of OLD Inthe DUTIES r speedily of the FENDING or Linen t W38t fnjrtoreftie estiBlished Person wi capita not part of which might remaiu a short if re on good pbft frota cipals addressed to at Kiiigstreet the i COTTAGE Clapham A simply elegfaut of novel and r after the f thrift Jolnext ou Guuds iw portctl into and exypi ami ajxo the Esciseoiirallfprchfa Tuples of thecountcr between GreatBritain and Ireland tht Jtfargarct Bird was indicted for stealing a watch from the person of Morgan the iflouth of Miiy in Covent It the was walking through when he by the who ufier aoine conversation coiitriveU pick his pocket of his Ver unfortunate woman was much affected on the Jury returning EOUH Jones stood capitully indicted for steal Miff several books from simp of a to on the May London ji aid Sbmuel j Foster that the prisoner was fre in anil Allowances domestic cooreBieace aurt ac both piincipal aud which ba regriired at a retreat unhmg proximity to the Metro the healthful enjoyments of fltt situation is at the wcsteru exlremity of Ctupttani Com mon die PrciuisaTare newly fitted with ncat ranged seated on the scite of laid out wilh taste to slinibbery and judiciously seated on the scite of about two Of land onrt May be viewed by which with may bchad of Ncrr v a YOUTH of good iftorals aud reipectBblc no other need apply as APPRENTICE tu a Goldsmith and wherehe will berreatea tree of the family his friends to find him In clothes and washing a Premium isexpectedAp ply at AN Sum of to Ue by way ra one or several to secured upon Estates in Eiiluod aud the tb be advanced 4t to any Gentleman in who will appoint the lender bis post to Browne and be eutered OH JL THREE extensive DRT ARCflED si tuate in near ftirtUeipar apply al the Clerks BRi LET on c6inlBrtnie Ett4lte jtaMen To be aud further particulars ilicatioa to Winstanley and Builder JL To either together or nu PLOTS of wither without extensive oflthc Ififer Lee neiGic entrance frpiri theThamesi particnlady fvr rmtgc ef or any manufactory or business requiring roomy behrg i iiwirf r ndcoptaJirinjf Four a tnjrSreti in of the Original ttfbt continued evnV Two Slonths of a in a series of cn ftrwteaay emhteqt piatipfa of the painters and sealjUortof Haty Selectedfftoin tfcr collection of WILUATI With Notes Printed far Hnn terrowj and the specimens tailed PiospcttnS may b wiricl the specimens for prioeijiaUy made by tb at a period when the the oispersioD pC cabinete which coastifareJ the chief of the jreat fiuilliciiif tnat nrf trftUinntr ration of conduct obaTved by thegreSt ItaHatt artists in Che pre JSIanatwy i he and a more de cotkctiou from t W iwa GbrdbnVa proved that the prsoucr books to which were the had and winch asserted he never utiu must Imve been stolen from d five of young of the name of in half of stated iu that was in with the prisoner oo the 9th at the Coach fjorses a who apptared to be of uhich At fflly by the paration and process of t hare cpmmanded the adioirrt a tiiue like so uisiuiguiMieu py me Jove jind the patronage of the it is that ciiremliy ottcuted facshniles of Uiirse studies fail of being acceptable to tJififBritisli as culoi lated tt the taste of and to airord valuable A letter from Al J i TTta I trade to His nors of Bueitos ing orders on ff6sj veronient In by li cences granted by and by a vast are iatro in Ame thfif will supply flouf of het4 ter artd tbun coiries from Rid T The valuation of ceHsia descriptions of Butkrwentstome gioct tbe arri val of the rtlio in certaio be weil4nformed on the irithin a short distance of the East aud Hcst India A contigiioasto the 1re to Limehonse er Bfe DRAWN IN tlie tfiat Tickets and on Sale at all their cesj at lame time attention of thetf Friends the Scheme Of the present rder to prevent u is necessary to that there art NtiiflberfTn the and tf ourse no Number higher than and that whale nrtvri in one CAPTTAL 4 of I a of 4 12 of SOOX 4 of J As there are Four Tickets uf each Number Aflvenwrtrs nay baye the chance of gaining Eighty H1RD AND LAST CITY LOTTERY OP FR BEHOLD of u ta Capital iumsaiid Tickets to bediawn ra GniTdhiill in Fiyo Thousand Nofixed Sliert rr twentyfire grand Capital Prizes in Lottery cori istrnjritf Twentymne Sxccliclrt FRiJEftOlLD ndtJSBS itnated in anil which rereestiroatediu the year when Building Materials mubh cheuper by ftrt and proved Upbu before a Couiiuit dttbe HonUe ot of Orfc Thoireahd Pounds but as at hrt the Public know the prewrut improved Tulue tbe which will be published w joou as it cau bcf oUl value of goods but deal ierhaj3 it js nil fae tttng by a treaty of said to great for between Court autt Great The faanttess of the customhouse is by tcfiftbUB than it was aft we bawnot the least complaint to 44 The Exchange was 73 TO 4 otter for sale the pnsoneijwas Wfe was also Capitally esteriag the of neat the night of the 31st of aud four silver a jfjur of three silver aud otlier UjjjKpperty of the said John John watchmaji of the that wUije on his be found the areagate of house aud on the kitchenshutters and the vviMlQws tlirowu wp lise to strotjg on trying the he it discoyerwl id the passage a teauru articles packed of carried he pro ceeded to the and f n the parlour rjriaower packing AJJ Tie ixnniedrateiy and on swarcbiuu foaod the articles specified wi tJie in the room was aiao found a large a aud other instruaients requisite for The prisoner was then conveyed to that K boieB1 observedI her tenant haviog iastened 4o Mn iionse in the usual way ihe night to the robbery j and also that she missed several tliiiigs of wirioh ahe had seen the night but wbieh ceu Id not be found it was therefore presumed of tlie accomplices ef the prisoner had carried them The defence that the plaintiff had saulterj the defendant Garrcw com plained that too witnesses had been brought on behalf of die plainfaft to his which to the eApence in the wjty of costs He calleri many witnesses for the cle blt some of them stated circumstances which were highly and thereibie the after a charge from his who said he as ready as any body to cen sure officers of Police when they exceeded their yet they must be protected in the dae execution their found a verdict for the T0E KIBG This is an the defendant with wilful and cdrrupt Gorow moved the trial on account of the absence of a material k of Union South fret Tamer by to be so iil that it wouid his life to bring him iato On the otliv side there was an T that tins indictment related u had latelybeen in before Lord ship to wfeo msra his That before the Court on which it was j teti shogId review that award he did confiniiLd tbe ajvard iu every on utiiiier of these ttiret was as 9 IJvt it ap j4 of the cpy the to ths and and lie secy tors trial put off until uext it wtw COURT OF STRANGE This was actioa brought by the who is a Ckptain of stationed at Hampton for the purpose of recovering compensation for the seduction of his a beautiful from 14 to 15 years of The damages were laid at op the part of the stated the and read some very ardent love written to the girl after he The tirst witness caUed on tlie part pf the pro secution was JVJies the young whose appearancewas very pretty and The purport ofher evidence that she had seen Gofe at she liad upon a visit to a af Hampton urbere Captain Gore When wdking with a mard bf she methim no Holbopi StHind tM and jtharca Thrie df the raad Capita Prizts io the laM ftteSEKT t Ticket 0 J Eighth 3 6 Quarter ISatteeeutli 10 Il 6 The Price will it htgcinay e had This Day is imperial Ulter price SELECTKJNS fiwn ANI with ilhistrativc and or the nd and Orroei few onry to weitatel offiou JTBNE The States of tbe Diet assem having given their assent to the new Con tious ou ponita of were una nimous iti their that tie of Su dermania should Constitntioiij and ao cept of In the atteiruoon of the 5th on i his Koyal to icomntrjiiScaf e Jtp jiim itaeir resolu uvulto tefljtest ti all rv member to usseuifele all of tliem3mving in obedience to his orders asseniWed in the EietT Hall ou opened the with a whuA the of the Speakers of tlie three in Hibst paWic and sotemn notify 4niaui mous resolution of JLegfolaUve His igfittess issernirly in rei and Iwitli declared tUt gave his taost andaccejlted hands the S we Sarah alias CJutdi was fei1 havingmurrjed Thomas she well koowiiig Jaer fanner John was It Appeared by the of elwrt the first riage soleuiuized die Sth of aiwetdy ajfter the prisoner withrncr to iodge witlr fbomae the second Aaouttbree after Jdhn parted from tbe pris wboremaioedaaa servant in Tn asking of and of fKe a the States an a of lris uBabated tion to oE Tiis iutijectai read the the yfj TjuiVocal and JBHng thfeu m m m f events in the aqnajs of mg reiterated dish on t J fend from the of the a new and j new as and military anS tpog jgiatice toKing Charles Afi aud continned m in when die laid claim to a consiriaable jpart fais on the ground of hjer being unaefied hkn and tefef ease tit the iparistbooks of near tbe when the Captaiu introduced himself to A few days after tbe who made advances to greater familiarity with such as kissing and that he never saw any one Whomhe liked so andtlmt would go to ber father forbis After this be sent at a present of some but he seut also a onepound uote to tbe Jane A day she was prevailed upon to the Captaiua todgings at Hsmptdn Court orie ofbEr femafe where he got 1ier to drink some wipe and she late that she begun so get and that was afratd to go borne to her The said he wouid take her to a young lady with whom he was wn4 heggca her not to be at ail defendant accowlirraiV accbmuanied her ber companion from his pretending thsrt would take to truslftdvVhouse and after having a au ofteer the came and it appeartd that dus second riage was juriemuized in thnl ehiirch on th of lier ieing jjtkil an In conse of ipreseut prosecution if he eHatge Jaid iiv tbs indictment having The prisoner paroman at scufcnof tfficoVs at which rtimtf a shewas taken Iwtne by her taiit wasiisauqdifbriier IN a A luttheBrat Special thot eteed for thfe Iwt of thenames of 94 TC turned bythe was not nan appeared s6 that iTibfr parties to try their cause by could not be douer foras not one of rtturned br the Sheriff there ihgfoWhicM theycdtild iKanother in wfiith a Special Jusy was parties ffere not and it off OF The names of the Jury were called and inch of them that appeared the nsual and the trial stands over until the STIEES jfttontepiGmerat thatrtbe plein parishof IHJ badbeen broughttd a pufer tbe Brown in East ke intocuitody had beeijt neray nae fbV upon which to walk off with so thatshe vrasleft Captain After rtralking some did not know got into tbe high and near Hmicstew the Captain procured a upon her to get itrtoj and they drove to When in he 1 where they Here the defendant Accomplished his pur pflflet The next nightCaptain Gorecarried her tpra house in arrtttlie fbHowing ene in He thtm took for her in near Temple are they as man and and discovered a few davs Bary iftnm f days the Captain had many letters to which fBlLdftbeStrongest expressions of affection and by ghe that mothers some years her father had takeninto his house a whotatiixt whom she I coked upon She bow she had beaid fnnn people in the town of Kingston that thiswoman was not married to her father yithat shehndbeen a barnaeij at some neighbouring mn and that she had lately left her and how went under the name of Sheako that the first time she SJVT 5ore at she uodded to thoughbe bad not spoken to and that hr female called hei Gore in wh6 keeps a boardinffscnool at that had two lyears at her which she bad lattery ijer behavipar had beeri always proper and becoming a modest young MivSerjeant gist made a speech in mitiga tion df daiuagesji that the bad a mistress ot JaitiGtSre were large t woilUi rdin
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