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   Day (Newspaper) - July 17, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX PRICE Court of Pro illbr hrlt tluir in tbJtfth at Oue oclock n the last will be ctinn fur an Anditur take place iu LllOl JOHN the Ti of BARTHOLOMEWS to Bartholomews i by and to solicit the for the appointment ta n to attain the object of this V i ruaravmir to express my ttratituoe for by discharging the duties of the of 1 I Inhonour to Iorus Your ubiilicnt JOHN luth THE Committee tor General Purposes will meet iu the Common Council the26tU day of at twelve Vlock at to LET by PUBLIC AUCTlQNa DE UTAT1ON or LEASE of TOLLS laid loVses and Carriages uasiuig on a Sunday over Blnck by virtue ofa certain Act of Parliament in bat case made and for One or during the tintiuuancc of Further particulars may be knoirn upon Application at je Town Corks between ththomrsufeleven aud ircc MIDI JSia lc 111 IvM Children in the Pro vil of this Institution will on ul instairt Dmiier on W of St MASTER BOYS SCHOOL be must have been brought in tbc rrucjples of the Churcn of be able to teach nod and must eir the strictest Persons uiteuijing jetnselveK Candidates must attend at the School on AVedflesdaJ evening July at six oclock rccisf with specimens of their L ro M I1 M Cannou Mr Prescot r lh1 i Mr i Col after tip lit of Iliis will be I HIMthe jad lay of July Clnnrli t the M of the some and i lie llusjiUal Service to begin at i to of Peter Fowl lor i friars at the Tavern JtiniAKD July 1809 in to Purchase or for a term of in any principal in the vicinity of ear the Bridge moderatesized FAMILY with cunvcutent Sndextensive ser aud good stablinga ad coachhouse if iu good re air and receotiy fitted dpthe more desirable i any of the urniture suited tbe House will be taken ata fair va Apply if by postpaid to Gowcrstreeti Privy Gnr ens or Dnke street would he ikCKLUITUKS wlio have proved their Hi hiuinlcr a Commission of Bankruptcy awarded Ijiii ajaitit of ol Dealer aud a dividend of iu the of tluir roptftive by applying at Buirs aud IP on v i aud every succeeding IIMI ami three oclock in EM near be LET very desirable with I ir Families iuxaut of such 11 rout or by sending thePar free of to t T 1 for tbitrto rive situated near the a h in ilie rectptjon of timf fin particularsapply to Holhoni Tbe Will Iv respectfully acquaint the that the of the New STATE LOTTERY will be drawn in One 20th of October This Lottery hasonly umbarB from 1 to SfldO Four Tickets of a so that the Purchaser of a Single Ticket will gain a rie of By twovTickets of the same a Prize of Three Tickets of the same Prizeof GOfOOOL Four Tickeu of fahe Prize of and all other Prizes inlfiisame Pfc CAPITAL 4 of 8 of 4 of 12 of 4 of Tickets and Shares are on Sale by RICHARDSON Cornhiil on who Shared and Sold last Three and ThteePtizesiif aoVSool onjy Qgpe tjmt toBfyya Two PRESENT 1JL J Eighth 51 y rouiny convrnient HOUSE ait n 1 til a dining aiid acul ueat in thr iront of not the the priiperty of a very 1 n only be viewed with which may be tf House aud Estate Newington To be RAO near and lira tie North It is an overshot alirjil of two aud not subject to 11 is capable of doiug a considerable stroke of fan ami is suitable for a sccu by application to William at nnr ami some information may be fruni l lit for a term ot acapital HIS OUNCE and Situation pt Strand consistingof no convenient offices ware having the advantageof a back cn ID iir sunc the whole well adapted for carrying of auy eitlief tan wholesale a Possessionmay be particulars agiplyto Black and lie LET or Vm 17 Mnlc Mansion is sifntited in of and has been recently crtcfeAiP the itiinif Gothic feos fonrhandsonle is irrsutned both for and thecompletest houses in theoounty pirdcn contains about two andi with lofty frait which nm and a rookery exteufi 5 The landis of the first interstohrfby arapid she of water thaijsrb ciuiiplctc Cshrryfor breeding The Premises ore Lease liSlANT to a Decree the HigbCoar in a Cause M AC u fliturs of JOHN late of fhepurishofSt in the county of on licfure the gib day of tocpme ii lluii dclLs bcfure JoitB on of the soi4 at bis in in lluy ill be excluded th purouaiit to a Order the High Court of ln CHiKMiX aaiosf abou of October or bcginuing of iiioKAs the pecton ap by tiic said at the MkQinrct in several distinct ind situate iathe naznb Particulars one of the Masu Gawoe and GiiiUllinll 12th JBCK THE Committee for letting the BridgeHouse irill meet at on the 3tst dayof Aujrust at it oclock in the to by PUBLIC on BuilniijffLeasrVm cvcral a PIECE or PAKCELof on the outh of the road leading from the Plonahi Plan and ionditions may be seen at the Idei Postern and nt tbe Office of SASnJELNEWMANi COTTAGE elegant COTTAGE of asteful every cDovcuicnCe and ac both prmdpal can loathe Metro aud tbe healthful The is uestcruextrenjiitj Com mon IbePicmisei are ncat and Kcite of about 6f land laid iritlftiistt and tor the CHARITY MARGARETsHI HORNSBY and Rpcctfully acqhaipt the Uiat they jegiuniug with with die sniil Bombers ill be drawn in October By miroved method the adventurer can obtain or srheraes Tickets auo hares sent to auy part of the Globe exactly on the same rins as if MANSION Pordaud Bolilt and i with a suitable unite officesr situate on the fiide and property of a jlay a suiteof capacious ai in a magnificent Etileand wit are cofrcspbmScn fected with evirj needfifl frfri IhP oflices atfott and the whole repair and cunilition he3 Kiri Ion tritlin Ticket Half Jnarter IL Available and a Relief to the Af Bicted with Truss maker the City Truss for the relief of the Rnp ured announces to thfr afflicted with that ic has discovered a method of by means of which a cure in many cases toitlbe and engages o keep up tire most difficclt rapture that ever existed his very roatoist adranfage belongs ckcfasively to Whit brds Nearinvented Elastic Steal Improved and may had at Ms Ma under thecentre HospitiaJ attends the A GREAT REDUCTION ON IRISH BELFAST COMPANY have the pto announce to tbo that bavuie procured great quantity of at i very ow takenplifcoou tlreirSpring at their agehtV ibTLondoir and will be cheaper than have been Jor some years on tfc without clieinical the wear of their may be de TUey sellbo airticle butIhsb Linen and and than a warranted freefriftni ifnat approved abatement ever and others laving our we caifliog tions as OUT linens can bcoadAt nalionseJn but Great exactly opposite the British Borcjjj Agent to the ekecnted thi SecondEdition of MFRDER Farce in Two Acts as with great apptansa tjie Tiemtnj Haynjartef and the Seeiie suppressed by order rf Wf Lord Chamber liyf JEOtJORE ThTsDayis pabiitbedj in price One in rtEllS or Anec toy ootbirij A AtfCot bWitetion and a Printed for rfflUart On the ioth ana EXCISED apon all fiweign tin ned inio oeexportedfrom Great Britain also theDuties outwards tKe CotiBterVaaing paties between GreatBri tain and Ireland the Allowances on British and thone on Ac jLthe Duties Coaatwisc Uie Quaraotine amd Tonnage together with Ta bles Rnsshi Dues the whole brought up aria to 6c Had of Ed wart James Long and sold bySamnel Leaden This Day is THE Wbole of the the TRIAL of aa and Gwillird with tJieAltorneyGenerals Evidence riven in and Lord EllenborongVs CbaiinrAtathe Samtfel oidy SALESBY tTOUSE superrily a snjall and furnished iu ajrujierior style of taste rsplttc with iu the perfect slate of situate and may be viewed Parti tuay be had ojf Harry Ncrn four refreiihed oft he right of flshing Is ricll pasture sifufftiinis wUhJn 1J sportirff part of tjro countr ele L nad M nnd for 1 with which ten of of jSie 4 may lyfur with inaj be hai New i ickctR onljs it i I ledthe robst for on the teitrd by a skreea of roned by a with a right of intewecleil by nld Ibe laud with to a keen Sportsman the site is approprijHtly fitted tbe exterior CT Icennuls for twenty brace Vftft ft passing through with 4i for Sportsmans and is IB ertry i complrte boxof its kind be of Harry inea JULY Regiment Cornet Thomas the aist Light to be by llth Thomas to be by vice who 20tb Curnct Kichard Brittaia to be without purrhasc Robert to be vice 1st Regiment of John the nth be without vuirchuse Ejsign jtorgc from the 6tHh to ad ibe NOr Uiumbcrland to be 3d John Gardiner to be vice 4th to be without HospitalMale Assistant Surgeoni via promoted in the th Edbjumi Phmkct to be wbo retires Aswstant Surgeon HngK from 15th to be vice promoted un the Regiment of Colin Campbell to be wifliout vice who re Eusijn from the 27th fcpbfc without 1rath Ensign Thomas Goodeii from the to be tStttVifttii to be by pur TUCC Second Licnt James Gracie to be First without vice promoteil iu the loth 27th CbsjlesPaWioes to be Captain of a of ROBERT titoate atlbfe extremity of prospectorer Hamp Ktead and Highgatc peculiarly airy and health Tne House comprises snit of rooms on the principal and oflarge opeuiiirg ifltfta planted With healtliy and a of donlcutic apart ments and hot with Lipatiility to enlargcfur the ofa more extensive fa Ilie Premises have recently undergone no expen sive reparation and nnd are in the most complete and tnStefiil and witB the nioderii and elegtjrtf noble pier chimney caqets apd may on advantageous and immediate en JoyediiMay be fiirtLef LAMBETH A aii3 exceedingly convenient DWELLJNG eery requisite hccommbr for agetkteet familyirfwiP and And other all The bouse fitted tp a yicry superior stile tber 5n and v j ion isit Winstaulejr rino t Wholesale A on accountof a receni an ehjiiule OlLLEATflER anS SHOELEATHER hW the sanj Frcbiijcs foil andtTVc tions are trulj bothin town and Coabt ThePrenrises antlttockr raiy bfr taten t fair vahtatioqi 4n4 Ztf may mainju the payable by culariiqqoire of venient J teen milrsfrom tb possossiou of Ewpritter of a EtibstonUadand ulBce with many tenTJorseBjOiidcoaelilidiuiefor The w vtd aoji tbe land of in colnsinn at John Hack nd Thomas Chap mans MiddleteiapleneU Staircase and at tbe FKOM THE At tbe the 12th of Most Excellent It is ordered by bis Majesty ih that a upon all in the United pfGreat jestys abipsjand exeunt cnrh ships and ordtolrviBa undeV P tiD Commissioners of the and the Lord Warden of the Cinque are to give the ne cessary directions herein as tothem may re spectively Atlhe Court at the Queens the 12 the Kings Most Excellent Majesty in Whereas his Majesty 6y his in Council of theJlnt of pleased to that no foreign except as therein should enter iiito tlie or road lying between the island of He ligoland and and tlie shoals of tlit said islands and commonly called or known by the names of the North the South under any pretence whatever bis iVJajesty is by and with the advice of his Privj to revoke so much of tlie said Order as respects ships entering into the port of the said island or places in ballast and to that henceforth merchant under any flag except the coming in shall bellowed to enter therein his Ma jestys And the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of kie Majestys anJ tlie LorHs Commissioners of the are to give the directions herein as to them may respectively HOSPITAL ftum Half Jimes from the 53th and the 7151 to be Surgeons to the Forces Surgeon John from Hie Ayrshire vice promoted iu the 63il to be Aisist to PROMOTIONS 3I8t Assistant Snrgeon John A flora jhe 3d be vice promoteJ on the 99th Ciptaiu John fiom the 5th West India to be Captain of a without Hoblyn to be Captain of a by vice who 4Sd from the be Captain of a by who 43d John to be Paymaster pf the 2d vice who 44th to be by pur 45tV Smith to be vice retires to be Captain of aCompany by vice 50th Major from the 3d Ceylon to be vice who Samuel Kicefo be vice who retires Richard Storer to be Cap tain1 of a by vice Rice Ensign Eraocis Mmclrin to be without vice who Walter to be by vice 5Sd James Price to he by in the 54tb Mjijor S Carrey to be Henry at at 9 John of at Isaac SlincrKn and David at at Robert Ste of at at Guildhall John Sowclen of attbJeiStar and Garter 16 Anthony German and John of 3fOttinghami at at the Pnnch Samuel Hootonaud Sohjinou of at at Henry Loyton Late at David of at Guild 1 William of roei at at Aiig imn Liverpool at at the George Tbomas of at i soth frem tlieXildare tQ be Ensign Ensign from to be to be appointed the 85tifa Burrcll to be vice whose apvpiptirient has not 6stt Brevet Robert JEohnsoatio he yjtllout purchase Adobphas to fce Gledstancs to be a YMie Hiuu t Ensign Tyrreyto be Gled 74tb tobe Assistant 73tb bo bjr pur vice Jolin ptain of a Sfeoart Alexander MNeill to1e by JE Place to Captain of a by vice retires En be by Tice HospitalMate John Bridge to be AssistantSur vice who Serjeant Joseph Goslett to Iw duartCTMas vice wljo 83th Surgeon from the to vice promoted en the Staff S8tb John Graydou to be Captain of a without purchase MDermott to be ditto George vice and to be without 90th Lieut from the 90th to be Captain of a by vice who gist Hospital Mate Gregorson to he Assist vice promoted in the 8gtb Henry tobe vice disnijsswithe 3d Major Hankeyj from the r50th to be vice who jkfeorons Volunteer Charles Manuel to be without whose appoint ment has not taken jst Garrison Edward to be vice appointed tothe34tb gd Royal Veterua Charles 4th Rdyal Veteran to be Captain of a placed JRytioed Lii frofn the 6utfc to be a viceKybd placed on the Retired late of from July 4 to July at ten at the New ExchaugcbuiiJ BANKRUPTCY John of John of dealt i in to surrender July at at at Guild aud Robtrt of the Stock July August and at at Cuil Aitor Nefhersole and Isaac if dealer and chap July and August at the Bush Lincolns luu and I Icywood and Kichard Shaw of Man linen July ITS and August at at the JJridgewater and Man Arthur Pnchiu if cheese ftealtr aud July al tlif Buh Bristol at the Swan aud August at the Bush ut ajud Rolph and OowGihsofljOf dealer and chap Jnly aud at at the Star anil Garter Hauo Edward yf sta dealer and July and August at Fleetstreet Thomas of commoo caniervJuly and August at at tbe Hen and Chickens aiid GrajsInn auil Messrs Smith and Richard of deafer aid chap August at afr Horbory Horbury and Sykesand of at the Thomas ofTood fectnriJit at Richard Chase Gedge amt Anthony HndSouV of I at at 3j Theophilus Merac LccPorte of Uuei at at pfi at at JLoridon Flam and William of at 5 Wjlliam late of at at Jnly Moses of dealer in glass aud at at July al ter of at at August Samuel Castelt and Wal ter of at at Guilfl Aug John of at July Charles of at at Guildhall Peter of aud Jane of Da vid f Edward Jobn of Thomas late of VVilliaro of builder of Juho late Wil liam of Gnaf hay Thomas of John of draper EdwnniSeatoff and Henry late of PARTNERSHIfS DISSOJbVE Beajamiri TJjomasBawen George 1 n 1 M John and James of CwnbridgCj Jt netraakers John and Henry John Ralph apd RSbert of pii ThomasFetrser and Jpjin of Diewelt and Stephen of BasiaglialtlapCj Robert of White and John Bazeley White Joseph John rind1 of Jojui Sabboc TbemRS and James of Nor Haclcet and jno of Samuel John Thomas and Julia of Josepii Themag and Robert of Edward Baker and John of Joseph WiUiamson and Bull of Lit tle Helen Sarah and Elizabeth of Neif George Barber and Joseph of Broad way DECEMBER understand that on the ex pedition at under RearAdulfral it experienced very unconrtepak reception from the Portuguese wlQi much the forces tn and to A day or two after a arrived ing a new Qpvteinor on boardiwho him spiwat English From that the most per fect cordiality was The force   

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