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Day (Newspaper) - July 27, 1809, London, Middlesex PL LUSHED EVERY MORNUSG AT SIX JffLY III July 0 fftrs and Commissioners of Ha cm that sach niulnr tr appmtim nf excttding al Mojniyi iaaniiljiif o tlie of that July Bridgekntse on the 3ltt la i ffrcrnf on tlt fSoatli toGKOKE Plan and Carditiovs may Aldcrmantiury SALES BY BANKSIDE Four Shares in this established Concern Apply to Pause W EAST London WateiWorks and GraUtl Canal Wolfe and No q IR tlie rrst of theCOM of Saint BAKTHOLO ny sincere Thanks for the i ronlVrnd upon me by elecU in uliirli oilier I hope to evince a by a faithftil discharge of honour ulilitd and olxxlient THOMAS with n a Laily tKl azrctttMe situation Ctty I r x KSS OF The Public arc K thai lliis Vessel will sail from Jinr Tiraorrow Afttmooiv a n lias fXCIllcnt cunmclij with the others fiMin or a pemon HI Gun and will be glad hit N miIijc Company having completed fnl IC effectual supply of the several Articles ilmik it necessary to acquaint tbe in tliry have now ready for tnry in Hamp iiine of cis chimney i of tluir dificreut Manufac IV arrived from the KirliHrilxiiiia most begs liis the Fulilic iiiiii onu Tiutle dresser ac ii luilia or Soup according to nndsent In their ovn houses d mill llC half of or any f I n ill also exclianec forother slzC9 1 likewise uill teke crfreof 1 convenience J a ot V Compact FREE WJNE in singularly crowded Tke are in exce die lie dirertion imprcnwoent to Edw HORSES of Light or the property of a qerittejpaiya Pair of BAY five years goquiet in and in hardednilition for ifaveftmg thcj havo good about as liajjds may seen by Netvbrrrvs and licld for about subject to a at South streef drtds of of pdektt aud bfgUly and plajn scjiption of rc beini wifr W the original them withont if oot approved of A feiv uatch ful ifi bud e or taken in at cuiner Bedford T particularly elegant and LEASEHOLD ESTATE consMiag of si sion in a very high state of a goodchanihers etui IrfeiJ with every iwjuisilc atiachfd and perfectly replete every and kiiehvn is tuoKt 9 park au amendment to the Constitution cF iie United That the powers of OmistrtSM shall are C anaJVojran1 or the Al FRAN Author of h4 or tlie Natural Son translated frvin the Fronci of aindame in 51A1U received acooants of a convoy from Revel haviny been met by two English frigates and that 18 saifj laden with srrejSiptureSJ to troops ii perfect wait the the wWaktart they wiU Tire tStThjf Baron son to the England by this have to have tbe Secretary of legation djtffere tfiis tntif the Archdukes next The numerous fleet wjVjch bas so long been ly ing set saiffet Monday 6ir the Bal and Btriowi it WBS per fectly outof twelve HeaM lo the sotitf not yet between ten and r heavy rauoonade was taose and rftjiilt of sWps have lately arrived i laden siit iwid have ob one with with the papers of Wtnch tfere not fonud particulavry for want of certiricRtesxf are aud for KS inthevi in nt or in any fashiouaW n Phriililiy aiil Oxford ir a roomy afry fur u N with oil sninlilc cilhcr on to a vuinUri in Ihfe same neigh eWvru to at the Office of r au House 7j 1 and Country Homes in to Purchase or fur a term of in any of in tlir vicinity of JaiWss Park a niiNlcrate sized FAMILY HOUSED exiensirc for serf sniiinj ami eoachhouse if hj good re PKiuily fulfil the mure ftuy of thp l the House will betaken fair liy to Privy Gar ijiil vfiiiM lir and a to be articled for two ir in a Siniiiiarr near where she will nnd betaught Eng mil also i Atn and evrry deiicriptiouuf MI as l qualify her for nr Premium for three finliir single tidy with Biiard and Lodg ji MF pletest Estates ib the a fe cxcclleur Sorts ind uthir requisite coiiJTJ etcre pair together wUh 2ai acres of trieadvw Jaijd all laying within ring in the been ocoipied irp H ai ds pYrscni tire from business at M Ugcs adjoining cunnpettijTriHr to sundry E a terra of two mbnifSs has tjoards per annum j art two timekilns tijual to any m tlie Eisliioriahle wf ftml use the fcnccVfortn th arid ioterspiTstdtrllh a This Estate M well aujrOtnTrteiBan fond ojf btiiij part 6i ihc IHMI Troiu a place and four rfirooTW nnd fcrifli Uie price and further on the or tbeinr L of commisbiouers have been appointed the examinatioH of all documents and ships papers tfwiiV daily qmviug jhe whiclx in that the and retbadirnj of shipsin refcadiirg inapj this that prodycejis liicely to be eospected un1 js wherejthe effectof i old ships Vtitcli haVe fof tlmt beeu maortd aTa tertaiu diittoce far superior to Ttle ciutimn8 to or 1 I fvt l and jrrnifurdr both llmj specimens may be at either of theaboTe tious for or per It is in sheets of TO be with large Jhrefr aiiles Ex in s pleasant lirtber per of duublefrautnlVVais situated KoL and lr Lawrairt particulars opnly Mltliiu wear or several never be so as to authorise the enact mentof a general prohibition or restriction of marifirne commerce to operate for a Ipirger time than the session in it ruar be nmi a certain day of the next succeeding ses Although some difference be adds mi as to the I cannot pfftaade tjhere as to the importairre ofsecur nturA of the ip auspicious to peace atid disastersio the of t u States to its cannBt cease to be the first bbjecf ofevpry friend to and prosperity r JULY oi Ihe 1ist o t 1 wateringplme i creases in oviig may now nrst lasftitiiiaUc sunnner1 re form no sniail attaclued tQ health arid litle in the of The Ball of the Castle Rooms last the the elegantly two hundred jof the most being therej among whom weretbeMarquis Df o IKVO Lai arid tv i a ClIATMAN Gid amplr jtllii rtj ricter of and ot just me1 1 oiprnse so much attachtd a tiiic part ne scarcely thought it was vtrv v of tle Mon t MI ti aiiiniS rettived tliat Viscountand EaH Lord Lady SoYnf reefivfcady Siv Sjr Gni1 grcuer Meujbers the j the Oncers of the lOtii Danbiug tJoTbrnencPd about ten for thejrtu aud twelve siciatis to the itat bull of the the company wire permitted to Stay as as inclinatiori proinpfBri with suitable until three this The Ball at an oithe of the Ipth t9ok a late as less fashionable individuals would call early to the desfrucfrou of several dozens good old sparkling chain an Officer the 10th after a jovialevening spent at the Castler called at the Inn yesterday stated v that by some accident or hundred draft from his have been left in the rooiti The waiters bfthe and interrogated but thing df the ribr had sweptthe reWflect any paper Sway rl the d nsti where sli the of1 was Tii tend pit and gallery 61 crowded ruQin i Hn the though tbey yery yrespectably at not withstand in The Earl of Tfie boxes aft very welF enj r prbCeedingfrom Clii place a heavily la both pithiu and a in ine fi t of ctbe who g pointed out coach pf jj wjuwx not hold together hod reacfieti who thought pet tishly desired the serjearit to cpnifne to ftjicl vnot amrrh Hhe rest of the passen gers by pointing out a danger that would nttfer himself rat her hurt at in been treateda It jotlth 7riMlnt irr null about Ihe as it docs it is n complete barrier Iartiailarly fit fur v hv and specimens at ith FimiifhcJ Fajni Vant of flceonraiointJonto by sending the PftrMtolam njfrt due JDNE Aii Association has been abdfthXs sue in produdiig a qwility vhicb surpasses in beautyof of A fetter from tlie Cornrriandiiig at Belle Vue longer any that the Judiaiis detttinined and that they only Wait a favourable opportunity to strike the firsf K ipiorily pursuant a De sulwrqueiu of the High Court of n CiiARMAK agaftit THOMAS DRAKI 11 said ou 9d dav of atOic several sumlrtFrrelmlrt and Lensehold piiish of Midhnnrt PartiOllaff aid To be situated on an fronting the aud nuoierous ogar denabil with acres bHanoYvur particolortraud to aprJIytoMr itt j twoor three roontlisi genteelly ineVctllentHOUSE injf i i t nt trn of tbe clock in the a t I in the cbnuty of in se lent dorncsticj partituJart stnl Cbwi at place of f LOTTERY of WTTH ONLY 8 12 An to be Drawn in One resuectiullvintormthe Parji and SHARES are onSafe at Ai Charirg r The Scheme of the preseni wd affords the Adventurer an Sum of the whole of a Ttckttt pectibte paii of fbrtoer Jt will BndChkpinBni Htho ran the Bankrupt Law pledged the United ithttt it to operate nation restihdMigiu and thatitttouldcon tinue in forceajjainstthe nation neglecting to re England revoked the faith of this j jet Giles Js for per severing in the rigorous enforcbment of it agaiut her as to thetwo tirst sections HOUSE OF That tire Committee of Public Lands be instructed to inquire into the expedi encyof setting apart a icertaiti tractoF land id of New arth free niale white person now resident or who mayheretifteracMally residetheretom rl Thatibr theproteaion bf such manufactoriea as are as well as to promote theproduction ofjjuticles which fnay is expedient that addi was not a he could extite any tfiinglike fear in him but keepiiig attention Steaflily directed to the in he r6maiied reached the by Shore its thetoachinan Wkj drawing up hiu horses at thii thfe defective wheel ac tually gave way but the superior skill of in locking the other forewheel UHdertht curriajie at the first menace of the saved vehicle from being The ser jeantjwho sprang from the roofof coach the instant he was to liappeti u complete rolling in the collected dust of the road but regard jess Sfthatj the srjn of Mars seiUly and exUltiugly wscifer the f Im happy DidntI jiow would be an excla matron that caused no irfconsiderable degree ef ns no material hurts were ju lie of Toclio while our old I by excellent and drlinentJort of has oifen us an of that talent unidfsuth iioiwuraMr mention Miis as likewise lisi the we bptal oo highlv jointd toa most se possesses theatrical tiet rLinemlitr to have surpassed in provincial do hrMlnte ia proiiGLincing tJmt she will an actress of tlie very hrt In the and Tvlis supportfd their re spective eimnirjUTs witii liiLhappiest AVe nttderstaud the lartu vvith new and is in a state of active preparation SALE OF HIS MAJESTY s SPANISH Yesterrjay at twelve a very numerous company of Agriculturists assembled in Paddock opposite tlie iu Kew to attend the sale of 700 lected from his Majestys flock of At half past twelve 100 raois and ewes were put up to auction by Mr Daniel ram of the purcasfd byjttt 3Sgs 4broken mouthed of the ISegiete Wt PauLr Parcliased by tiiHuni for 4753 a fonr Nvgrete ranu 0 A Mimouthed Paular 4uld to A Paular rain Lord 16 A Afullmouthed Paular bitfo Lord Sixty were sold aud brought from 22 to 48 The sale closed at about a quarter before five when the purchasers retired to the Blue with to Aitiong company present the Duke of Sir Joseph a great number of Gentlemen and soon fHabled the coach to its it reached in There were no racestoday a GommMnoir of tmiryigdnte by of at the T Office of tewnir and Angel tbe boon of ten 4nd two MANFRONE A in tipauidutiesbe laid lvSuch the principal and anrj theartideiiMSrrnfsctsired WooJ price ofwhich is not more sterling per square len than 6s OF BAfiBER HALL was aii application tothe tqurt behalfof the for an kijuflction to restrain use of a in tlie Hereford Fair was tolerably well at and the quantity brought for sale very JRyland crossed with Spanish averaged from to per stone fine fordbhrrej from to aud Welsh to Coarte middling wool had a and bcarcely fVtched last years many lots re maining The beast fair exhibited a great many and cattle of every description well j and also met a ready saie at The liorse innrkttliad a Vtry shewj few fine and uU went Cheesej Irnin to bet per Hops were a little on the ant the prices fair on Wednesday exhibited a smaller shew of horsi s than has feeeu for many years good ones unusually eytn of middling sliape sold at great and horned cattle and swine met a ready Of Irish linens few were brought to and those maintained their owing to the scarcity of woollen fair of on Monday seni the sale was very at an advance from one penny to threehalfpence a yard but we understand that this rise was not equal to the real advance that has taken place on the wool this to Glasgowfair being fast weekjthe show of hprses On light cavalry horses engerly en quired and sold the day for the horse the sale was very few good draught which were in the brought f for which the plaintifl his Majestys tetters iPatentt A had been fonpccly this subject these aud ap was directed in a Court of and Monk by Winter in y Ca he had completely gained bis ob and he s reoecit trade in that article as rtf to rales Vrere jgranted defeudaots for a like iuvasion On Tuesday a shocking accident occurred te at her mothers near had entertained a arty of friends in the and after they jadl a violent shriek heard orTthe and on oT the servants it the unfortunate in the wpeb drately and a shocking sented itserEj young Jadj Itavi t fire to her burnt off Jier She and so dreadfully torched two hoara and on the point of 1 years of a
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