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   Day (Newspaper) - July 15, 1809, London, Middlesex                                M a the TBEASU BARTHOECWEW TT4L 1 rVe of Surveyor to BwtnQlomews by myself a to solicit tht Vole aod Infcreat for i as attain tbeobject of i aiii eudraronr to express Hy top We duties of the ot s I hare the My Lords and I3tiJulyi for letting the Bridgeipose uieetnt on the f st at 1 oclock the Cuniinittee for Gcnehd 1 i Til Coumon JL me ptJBLlc AUCTION a DE of ibe TOLLS attj pvl V on a Sunday over Btack a of for one dtirtBg Ae IKknova tjtUeen the aatl f w0f DTHHRPIE ffc S I 1 It 1H vlf S PERFECT i olthcbaats of whlenVwaBfbnght Bme liitwecothe all tbe and diHhv antf fruro Brrkcrsiorffand Slockrraw and describing thr cnjital of aod a TopogrtiWlKai r 1 n thrf neisbboorhood of wbjcb ifee fill k iketcb k mocbncou r u I authentic be W aHir perfect Military PUategJfey tf been excctftediu ituiirijaiy will be JteWtJtolRim M to answer be b tu the rrguIaY tany tlic voltt Joscribiny topmost t Bismiathe partkularraT tbose tbcopfntioiis of which be i he to bo given in BclPs Wedtly P aJ as 4 GRAND MATCH will be Played in A LiKDs CRICKET July 17i auti1 tile 0BVy a t UfTen of agatast fomr fur Gofciflna Tut Ui be pitched aliifeveJi B E H flniumooi Uibiimin llarctiiig IVfrmautlc Smolk nf the BtWier altration tSf urw I JWB to be had of pa e Nu Docs admitted Cricket r A MarqMef til in and and 1 recommends SCHEME of tBe tthi Swill be found aad onefourth i bring Four Tickeu TS Prizes oTmfOOU I 4 of of I TiAasand Shares for the Sfetfr ath of next r udcd whtUt there U Charing Crow Thtnl from i to r whole to be drawn CAPITAL Vtttf WflOOt I 8 4 of 1 is of soak of 8VATE TO BE I FT and respectfuflv inform to preventIT there are only SjOOO JJrtr no Number higher than the chaflceof g LOTTERV COth of be TlBWrtT S jw kws off ifMen No Dtrae to e of far of a recent 4eatb ins cto in the fame now ia fat tHeOfatfcti are respectable bothiu town aWlJMunfty and be Mienat a Kir and of the may re inainla the bands of ougejvugongiving approred se payable Hy rnlars iugoire of Rfri Fibibory capitaf tod Onta rtotfern an jnflst Comnwhler in Cl ria musfctbere noy farther f rif apply for a small genteel will meet with not oicsed OE quant tc CStyoj aWIti Ibwtobe to the eft foi the no called and Aft WSaforj filwtft fer pn the er his ere one it n after us s Royal report Com as it be knew of n distinc If the nobleman had ft bette in than the peasant and filled the big of the aod devoted his time ant to its latter cultivated the i snpptrtjrltlaiBfCQmmtinity with the fruit army ond pavy witli recruits Hieff ihfeisffl were aud in times like tbe aft ttnity of sentiment and an unity acting Jodispensibly for thii salratiou bf the He therefore conjurer the dottles to tbrfcede the point in Constitution to be submitted for the approbation without the ob noxious article which may prove fatal to anr fsfifc perhaps to thfrHidepeodence of for snre I ate tKe peasants will not submit to a grievance which has fjfog been the cause oi aod which tjfey confidently hoped Oiet Would in Jts justice extend to the as there could be no reason why the numerous aud the most class be subject to a grievous imposition from whtch the nighesl order of the State was totally Jleft the Hail highly gratified to see the manly mdependeBCe of the the freedom ol intbOi alidpafiicuiarry sa as there was not least appearance of French fashions or Jaco btnkal Grustavus Has requested permission to fix his tft which was immediately His accompany himaud is saidthat a regiment of infajijry wilt attend Tne late KJug is now allowed to walk in I shall it onati the We IMAA rottt shipttiot rtusaian ports from up vrith jonof ifrorder tliem on wrspicioivrtho of them carry false which when the vessels are seized from auceft tlieir admitted butottas TSosi Jected of comingfronx ao eea delsunedr will1 b otoft vessel jji ias Been declared at Riga siiicetUe JOKE to at ytour CJewfc priitteU will fare with We nsreuoWBoaie of your titen if war iathefBaltiaj it k mach o all f ifrrt wrvhalh odt otrf not pnatfe wmckx hecwasi a the n the whith Ke has not been suffered te do for tlis Queen aiid children may go whergj We are quite at a Tossto conjecture what will be the fate of tbjs unfortunate it should seejnj retjuires that he should not Ins li BSfty a When he lixes his tut hisAttjation vVill be atoelio successor to the on the demise of tHe retgnirfg yet been appointed Stxue that the Prinoe of will be perhaps with jitore of thai King wiUsaspend las power 6f notiainaiing for two or when thfr the will and Consti and that he then no mincrtethe sob GrSsttWra the fate Russians ofber Tfie iSwedlsn galley Jeet has quf Aff awi tMW fvvitity boats fromlJiotjk bbltik ipoie fime to proceed as Ajnr ccrfiEetftiliiceof d TUe a passport from the iVvv who heact of drtfirbriement fortadfR ilwedisu Am tassadpn toyou auti BaVmMViiftjfj tRe brother of the reputed father of A deputation has arrivedsecretly from Nor it understoodiwotilctbe tiappY in being fo and ayaij nVtitnf 0f artyonicafeioti that have a ten sbccJmplisfe that object aWe Bnjbojvas to Appear which she had ttHrfshbuM apply for or mpdialkm df Sweden with snc an unioik Coiiuded qp convenifenee aiictasjnrilanfy ojT laws and coujd not Fait lw ifrotfuctive of thV happSebt Doriaeieiv Dernagesi in thi is cjreateda Jinightof It tfie snme Doroieier as was sentHo tjyiheSocieliy1 ihEondfanfdr is a siunll islandabout six iQlles long aud Lsrto8tcdliir tzftte tfovfbce of be the fijtiire resiUence and abounds in game some parts of it are ont in plots or nualr are well Thisislet for the aud for ninraired by lOng died luc which abounds clean bit boisterous ttt ouOe t EAST General Court PrbpTietora was for tHeptfrpisfrctf tors held lutfon respecting the regal saidriie embarrass rfl in again isfiWeit pfiJUrectbta on the WitK of Msfyi of delivering Jiis Coiiut heti oft the Jane Begged aod Jie buVrather as a tnatter of on a ReiolntiolT pr the recal of the a1 iisposition Ifaetiluttoa soincoQ ristent with the of present oecar as it WoStRi and not any re Difectorsj tolation to WiHh he after Bating adverted JT the corrupt practices which had been disco concluded by that the Court uav ing deliberately considered the circumstaucea ai tucedbefore with k due respect tor tJitir character a it incumbent ou thefo to recal those been obtained irnproper fie really fert at a bss hovv to eipress his feelings at such coming from a body of nieu so eu and whose moral characters were so eminently It was a matter ti oishment to htm that they had not at i ceivedthev cruelty of the measure they were about to adopt a measure in violation of every principle Of justice arid and such a one as could dfit be justified by public What Wold be more unreasonable or than to consign a number of youngmen to iW nominious and utter ruin for faults in which they were not charged and of which it might fairly sup posed they had not any knowledge He chenshed the hope that tiie of would agree with that it was not necessary to persevere in that order to preserve their cousisttfiicy if tiiey did iu these sentiments tuey m be guilty Directors themselves had uot adopted site means for promulgating the JBeaoltitiou tuty had passed for restricting tiie evil they now com plained They were cputeiK vyitu solitary publication in the London ttife Ediuburgli and Dubliu whicu t be attended wkh that gcueral eritct ao uect s sary tu auswerthe desired aj exteusive never iutvy of fteaiolutron titl it was ptlbbsbedin rltue nf Commons and j He ii Jid not know existence of a less must itbe known the part oftlie Tfie Directors iiiiluot what tjy to have nor hadtlievcoiiuLico war i the positive directions of the thatf of atl to be u be affixed iu alt the plact iu tiie ID such other as taiglit The Directors were it was not sui that uflacquaintcd witft law shoxddvialate He dYd not meau to vindicate the purchasers of places otiered for sWTougir he btfievetf in no in stance were aiititbfr tfie offires obtained sent out cerfointydid tbiiiltit was is ne essary to prove ou tlit part uf of to subject tinm and in was boiue that itxiftder an wniawrui t to prove Ju U gEpuud to ue re tdt reprovedthat tofhe sceh cause did Fiom communicaciono liad i najt at WICO tut iudedJtiby jbhe added to wtitcttthe Hrtcttre of most of them were of tue uiott flut LTpoH thewhole could not couceive tiiav the uatare of the offence merited sa great a degree of From view of the to the spirit dfJBritufe j opposjtrort it moral t Jis by atotitiii tS the effect into tte 1 Utwu of a Cuurt of JJirtjCtuoi Ucitt JJUIJKWC jtftHiig into the JiuJets jo whose wttx y irhprupcr arc of no uf tae Oimce of1 the cliaroiteraud liuuoji he BeSHiluliou of tbe Cuurt ui lay sbuulii be carried lutu foi tl ibe Cuiu au uf J question JicKsos tire arguments oi ole tu was Jn put tijs s LhU ill opinion thaithe shouiu MARaVjrYt IMS cordial o the of ancl contend thatthe wfivjh had xxjnie in i an an ai d to the the Oentleman who Hie hardship the young towards a in a lebgtnj protest agfiihtt the of tbe and Sansoms h jhe strongest the inexorable spirit tlitfVbulig and cozitended bat tacb step wouldberin diKet opposition all human anddivine as it would aserere punishment oa t fairpn jtf to the fierce And punhhea Pobejor RAJiUtE JACKSON apolos with great nergy in favour the Rwolotiotxof the Court of   

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