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   Day (Newspaper) - July 8, 1809, London, Middlesex                                WS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX fiMilCE win be Ueld at the City of on July jc of declaring a Diridend for tlie halfyear the i e of Twenty and other oclock prc at One aud TuTTFrTAllMSi from 50CJ A Mr Ailam Tbread Ill0sc 7 3 If can alsu find sufficient rc of AucHo be for a I in Ijirly modcrnistdat a owti rooms and a large clu with otcellent kit coal and atida viewed by on and TBISH respectfully solicits the attention ofthe Public to the Scheme of theensuing STATE which he prove and asthenewJPlan will admit of one Number gain tog thbse who wishfor a or Quadru ple should be early in their bespeak thefr ftVonrke are but SjOOO Nnmberirin the whole all of will be in One Tickets and Shirw are sefflng in and Schemes with tbe hiSOjdestaMjshed in and ONLY und TBIS H recommends a perusal of the SCHFME of the present which wfll b found to contain the iisual sum in Capital and other and onefourth of there being FourTickets of eachNumbeiv The Scheme has 4 Prizes of I 6 Prizes of 4 of IS of SOOi 4 of I Tickets and the Statetbttery are selling in great variety and the whole Lottery will in one of next Aspeedy purchase coAipiehdcd whibt there havenjdwonSiIeat Tickets and Shares for the STATE LOT t which it on a new and improvwi PlaqJ oootlitiBg of onfy to be Drawn in BE SCVKME TBE SCVKME Prizes of 5001 and not Three Blanks to andScheines tnt bought and sold by Com l I FAMILY with vni Anvs m vert good FAMILY and ccveu acres of situated in nrospects ofihtsnrrouuding coons i aUaeliwJ and detached offices a Iwautitul and anap n a b a llcat A lease a seven and immediate In apply to xi Stepneycauseway or to Katcliff tncen aria amd be near n Vk the i UUtaucc from the iui on the second offices of all dcscrip i ooinniodation of a recently y Lord for his qwn re MI l iii about s6 acres of meadowland beriencd by be bad of VTarwick OR ANNUITIES ON LIVES IMVIOUCS AND liirrfitufrs for Paving the Parish will meet in the Vestry i InUth day of July to receive Proposals ii i u inaj lie wilimc to advance a sum of i lmn Hundred at A ilit Rates aud Assessments to and Proprietors of near tbe City in thei u in ilu puatiase of Annuities daring the ii iliinx ni ilirir being of the ago of such Annuities not to exceedj ur roit to be secured upon Ratca and Assessments And e lropiials scaled for Levelling and Siitcl and by the Car the to be ten feet in uu a from kerb to and paved nut less than iucbes in or witb t not ICSF than inches in thekerfjs t wclrc incites in and not and tbe footways to be of f not Jts than two inclics and an half in lk lie kcrbd footways tu jbe set in and carriageways iu wellscreened mposals to contain the extra charge or dc Mjuirf yard or to be made where the vny in wiilth from tbe above jsal will lie rereivcd after By order of the JOHN TTPVYAItDS of in U in tEe Third and Latt conriadng ofaOflOO to be drawn in GufldhaU in Pour This mfak approVed Lottery1 conJ tains Grand Capital jilne substantial FREEHOLD dlicJiargeH of Land situate in Skinnerstreet and werfr esdmatedhi the year by and proved by them upon before a Comnalttwof House of to be worth upwards of as they have since greatly increased to aoeWSurvey and Estimate are whichwill be shortly Tickets and onSde at the Liceasod Lottery and by their Agents hi the PRESENT BL Eighth IL Quarter flL 1SUteenth The Price will be raised on the Ti GOODLUCK Shares mpectfuUt for the ST ATZLOTTERY are on Sale at and fadu Kings Charing There are Num bers from 1 to each of of Of I 8 Df 12 Of I Schemes at large STATE TO BE DRAWN IN QNE J5AY WIFT and respectfully inforna PufcW that Tickets and Shares are nowbn Saleat afl tndr ees at the same to sarion of thefr Friends the Scheme of the present iptttryj tSi I ii ilv wltich theytrustwfllmerit theirapprobaoon and to prevent it is necessary to observe that there are only Numbers in the and of course no Number higher than and that whole will be f our COUUUMI Gram to r Sdpp to farnlsHtneseiborsc rales of t he Teaetet a uajefuJ isable to spprccinU attained the cpdjntwbich 0 cupKnig attbnof tbe Latin wit Day published summary Bytuts rf cwJed to the faithfully re taken of purpose oC kselieranU Jfewsman Jhe rectircd by every United JAMAICA EXTRACT OF A DATED MAY Jaw and is now in imposing a tonnage duty upon Atnencan as well as upon Aniericap produce im ported tftcrein into this the rates of w I shall TJiis measure appears to do away and falsify all the former representations of our planters respecting necessity of an intercourse hi American arid negotiating any treaty with I hope Ministers will not forget the several topics so ably urged by them selves when opposing the American Intercourse Bill of and resume tliat part of our navi gation systetn so long relaxed iu favour of those uUerasping The American adventurers in the since the raising the Em will sufter severely the Spanish and aentral Islands are full of their produce in the a duty of ten dollars per barvelbas bfeen imposed on as an the where any quantity of wheat may be raised and in goods to the British has a second freight1 and here their produce is already and at low American Teesels to jiay a Tonnage Duty of per Hftto Produce in their vessels perharrel ftrttoCorn Ditto and lodqiet Ditto wliether tlie present case was like that of the loss of any deed or other in upon an indemnity bfuig the party woaldbe orJer ed to cnmply with its provisions But the ques tion whether being a negociahle in available in the hands of any it was to be governed by tii ru Fes Lord If the bill id Boston Pitto per Ditto Pitch JMoe Ditto per cent PITTS Mppunient iii the Guildhall tfIjonUon is rh a state This exquisite piece of sculptureis the produc tion of G Fitz The massy substanceon xvhiih thie figure in this composition are is intended to represent the Island 6t Great and au in the centre of the CAPITAL of I 8 of U2 of SDOL of I As there are Four Tickets of each may have the chance of gaining Eighty Thousand STATE to be Drawn in One 20th of ire 500 100 50 15 iv ami Commodious and Expeditionn POST i Cbariug every lulpast five breakfast at the Red at Eaton sop at Grethgm at tlie and arrive in ami York by at There andtbe same gpard and Every exertion has will tu iii to render this the best conveyance J GEORGE BOULTON and the following Carriages set iv too niuueions to mention Post oolyoncnight This Lottery consisls of only Numbers from 1 to but there are Four Tackets of each which will be severally entitled to whatever Price is drawn against such if 1 should be drawn a Prize of the Four Tickets of that Number will each be eutStUadtd in the so that if any person should purchase more than One Ticket of the same and that he nmy by Two Tickvta of a Prize of Three uf the same a PriSe of Tour Tickets the same aiPrite of and an other Prizer in the same and Shares art On Sate at all the MALTA AND GIBRALTAR J 6igate arrivedj from having Lieofenant GejaeraLSirJoHlr andhts suite on boardf being appointed this garrison JOHN landed soon after his The 40th jire on SOUTH AMERICA This Day is in two volumes aMap of the price and CIVIL HISTORY of CHILI translated from board of in the andsail for Liftfrto tbe convoy of the It iaoaie of the finest regiments in the point of appearance and By the latest accounts from JpHff STEWAET had British troops ready to embark at and it waa expected that he would soon proceed to some part of the coast Spain continue favour The French armies gradually melting away by sickness and whilst those of the Spaniards are GOTTENBUBX5H appears in Chancellor ot the in the attitude of a Senatorial the on an fore two erect statues characterize his abili with national is and riding OIWLsymbol of the ocean in the lower they to the effectsof his Minerva is on overcoming thereby securing in ternal repose to tte Mercury is on the T of anH the To describe the sofadour of suvcess which crowned tbe British Navy while Pitt was the lower part of the monument is occupied by a statue of seated triumphantly on a teahorse in her left hand is the usual emblem Of naval and her right grasps a thunder which she is prepared to hurl at the enemies Of onr As assigned in Guildhall the Monument Pitt is immediately opposite to that erected to the memory of the illustrious Lord the artibt has care so to construct ele and architectural parts in thepoijits of dimension and it may serve as a companion to the monument already executed to tbe father of the illustrious William LAW heeu attuiUly I should have no diffi culty in receiving evidence of the which you Attorney for it has hold in a ijriiniiiiil and that of a capital that paiol evidence may be given of nstruiiKtit which was There waa a case Justice in which a man us chiuoed witi the forgery of nd it being put into his he swallowed gnorantly supposing by destroying the no evidence could be given against a but Justice Buller held and eceived parol evidence nf the instrument which md beert thus The man was after wards but that was the merits of the net the want of the iroduction of the instrument but here you can nly prove tbe instrument to be not that it s And this is anegpciable instru available in the hand of any holder aod herefore I rather think that you cannot compel the defendant to accept of any Thjs is not like the of the loss of an instrument which is not the Ibssrvf which Is nothing afy JUt tbe person to whom it is given but here the being in he hands of any person who may happen to be he holder and I am afraid that if he chuses may say thut he is notsatisfied vith any indemnity short of the bill t is the duty of the defendant to pay this upon of ample the propriety of tins he quoted hority of a text writer upon that e did not pretend to state the case in a manner might giveto it the in not Lord wished to fa oufsuch a case as this for theplaintiff and he could not help recommending to the defendant to jive up the to save since there was little doubt a court of equity would 3 order tlie defendant to pay the amount of this upon receivinga proper indemnity against any future claims but he did not see how could compel lain to do so in a court of n which he had a right to 1 will take no indemnity but the production and delivery to of the bill itself and will all the reluctance which he felt upon hi Lord mast nonsuit All the other eases of the day were quite un COX1RT OF KIJVGS JULY BEFORE IN PEARSON The AttorneuGeiirrttl at am niuiiiin ut every aud Binniugham new Post and Oxford every evening M and and Cbelten tvery and Oxford new and only Day every i EMI Ports Wight UuuHampton Coaches y price NO a in as performed with the greatot appUwse together with Sccur supprensed by order of the Lord L niton by THEODORE EDWARD q Punted for Samuel LeadenniOI COKE w r thT Original of ABBE DON which are from the Spanish and and the Eng lish Editor Account of the Archipelago of Chi loe from thtfDescnptioh Historical of Pedro Gonza lezde Agnerpsvlhe an Account of Tribes who inhabit the Southern extremity of South Ame from FaHcncrs Description of Pata for Hurstj Rees and This Day price prii and conUiiungfbar Pint fuf oncolumbier p lates and a cngraredlp exact imHalion of the original to be continued every two Months of a work ITALIAN SCHOOL of JL exemplified in a series of carefully eri grared by eminent from Drawings of the EXTRACT OF A DATED JUNE We have received information by way of Dantrjc and that a revolution had taken place at Emperpr was and his jnpthei had taken the reins of Government for the and that Jjyoronzow and his had Jjeen Tou must not place too much iu this though it is a thing likely to JUNE General Baron Commander in Cbtef of the Northern has reported fo Ma that ihe frigates Froja and ftr t greates t painters and ItnlySelected from reS of WILLIAM YOtJNG With Notes knd Printed for Patenuw ICTTOW smd the Sbho where specimens of the Workj and more be collectjon from far Mji mode by the feditar daring A lit when tne caluartfei of t rived on the the date of the report in where they came to an bnt were to proceed immediately after to QwarTcin and that tiie beadqueers Were also to be removed farther to and onp BRIO HAUIpB tbe brigstt in company gjinb fg tion upon a Bill of the indorsee against ftie acceptoh Tfiere wasno doubt vrHat everthat the plaintiff gsmehow or entitle himself to the sunuoi moaey he sought to recover by this action but it would be idle in him to say he was entitled to recover it by this without taking the opinion of his whether not and therefore it would be better that he should now state the facti to shew how far he could and to admit what he could not The defendant was the acceptor of a JJill He could prove the drawing of the bijl he cpuld prove the indorsement of all those whose names appeared on the back of that bill he could prove the title of the as holde of the the acceptance and then he trusted that he should recovex the amount of But he must admit that lie was not able to produce tbe He could show a copy of the bill but by some unaccountable accident the bill was He could prove be that the who the holde of to the wh was the acceptor of ample agains any claim which might be made against him b aqy qther person whom the bill might bavi been or whose hands any accident by which the defeodan would have perfect security against Jb w dpon to pay it over Bat he noi prod ace ttie te was the nai nght to say in a court f hoi sansBed with yiy security but tnat o of the tll A fwedy there Certainly agaiiut the jn a court o bill was filed against hm in court 0f stating the facts of this case RO for t it VW 3 not possewtne v the only COURT OF COMMON FRIDAY JULY This was an action to recover for groceries purchased by the defendant of the plaintift the account also included a small sum for groceries purchased by a name of re commended to the plaintiff by the aud whmfa the defendant refused to pay jn conse quence of the present action was brought for the whole amount of the Verdictfor the deductingthe amount of purchased by CLARKSON This was an action of brought the who is one of the assignees of a banlc named torecover 3 the value of goods deposited Va the hands de fendant by the said previous to his aetting his and which the defendant refused to give alledging as a reason that Underbill was in debttobiiu to the amount of the ralue of the goods in his Serjeant Best that the defen dant in this case couW have no plea whatever for retaining the goods they had never been deposited in his handsfor the pur pose he endeavourfid to assign as UnlTerHfll had become a his however became the property of Jiii and his assignees of en titled to recover for thengenerSi Verdict for the Damages Costs FIRST SURREY this excellent with the attached rifle Montpelier purpose of mspection At three Colomel ADDERBJIOKE arrivedan theerbund he was followetl the Jiigb Sheriff SAMPE the TMember for the county and Sir THOMAS IVIembers for the Borough of and several other gentlemen of distinction in the The regimeti was then and went through various roaiKEUvres after wiiiahr they wheeled into three sides of a spectators forming the A servTce of plate was brought into the middle of the value 400 traineai and consisted of a large oval and with in arid with four smaller to On the body of the large urn nas 6th ISOQs with i i four smaller hy tlie Officers and of tbe iSt Surrey Regiment of io Liedt CoUCommandant testimony of their high esteemed a knowledgment for the zeal and Wih which be on all promotedrthedk fflid protected the honpw regi f CTTA 1 on a and SHAWaddtesstd aad bis accepttiur e of returned thunks to the Major and the wbotfc fegiineiit for the ho nour conferred ou   

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