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Day (Newspaper) - August 3, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT loreet in yeaira Annnii mjrr I A tinlare a VEEW of the which t he outer and inner Jjasdmt witU Forti nTFiitlj the the North cNtendiiigtothcCdeat oi Steeples of is distinctly The whole enlivened by a variety I if I V1 Person n id is desirous of purcbas n respectable concern in tbe nnd Mercery line in the post to M i vnlTIl nho lias received a liberal a r tb 1 CLASSICAL ijieiarv characterwill bear the from a Glass as ri arquaiutcd with thf bpStfws i juixl a lc of rauuntyig and paltipg up 11 r IV h on i held for an term of to bsyaterVffat wiy be KI to foratenu of in any of in tlie vicinity of rate FAMILY HOUSEj extrusive accommodation for and coachhouse ifin up the more desirable any of the ii House will be taken at a fair by to Jielford Privy Gar i wimld lie i IlBMC ii M i ciiani offers for Sale and uf t IIP estates of his own family resi u 11 Dpuro he n i worthy the hotice of to be mideto Samuel Cor ni nil 1 sliit FOR CESS OF WALES L Public are that thtB Vessnl will sailfroiu t mni INHBQrrunr is H n baiT and is not cqngectrd with the Other ji as formrl ptA is at the Gun trQl be glad their cfrtifiaKe life of It is reiiaoted cask of notice may given as for the ftitnje tenefit and fegutkiiou oi each TO on tnddfkiate t completely loidrng into the well adapted for a small be viewed with Tickets which rtay be Griffith J XV be LET or lies iu want of sucli at by seridmjf the Particulars of est established for f Red be JL Kent and meadow at pe tasted a be htfB for esttfbfisfies or alinetb Willitra J8uj FOREST be Ntaated seinble anip Apply son Michaelmas next the Lord and resided very fucratlvsf STAGE ft distance from conccriKiilflJt carried on by njiily years wkh isanch ano Jldsbi tdiettrkii the Stage being very considerabje At London the will sliew e a capital neighbourhood cniencej and siijtnbl genf eel family ipo inqnife tirMe sip prln rH Wife and 1l they become chargeable to ffie M rather thin Mircc year of of a COTJiplexion 11 he linntnort rather pitted with tlie uf n i nncourtj in the savil nnd from fchdnfcerempyejto in where gjvcirfforma iiiuny i oa nccite Guineas DAVrD Tieasurer to the Overseers of the Carej Evic o JIAVV ME LONDON re ulvid to italilisli a particular tlnrhildrm of but also1 tobe ppVn to of tinpoor of other persuasions residing in and having adopted the tlny give that will bcderheriijnt Ii on the of liis system in u l trill be pliny iri f auu the of Tpbereby one jivem looo wiflle dempiutnifMI by who will cxeraphfy of duoi9 will be opened at Wf p4it of respectable andjthS is particularly iv may be destrousto attendthicIcCtiwe apply at the Chipir ttick tVkiis of as no person ad fvcoing withoQt a C THIUKAL JAPAN BLACKINCy MI Mndf by DAY and invaluable witbftaif produces the most uffords JMCuliar nourishmentto 5 tlio tnest perftcfly free and will retain 1 by Day and tbe v High Holboru SwatlcniatreetAx ublane the principal i l tM principal s lc United inst aild LEEDS Ne ajrf in Golden werjj t laltpist five iri I 1 t i tire Alia i i to rentier ibis the GEORGE BO1 By GEORGE tWfniawi iuuj oiliors 100 numerous to 1 N Vth WalesTtf piJ Ty nioriiiug delightfully situate EtiScW com and rich t t hree be f of Royal r Y iwp i excellent cellarin al the Neiorly imriieaiate iculars of toen cet contaniiug on the Great Westernroad of near a capital Mnikc be SO LD oi a very excclleo FAMILY complete domestic offices o every double and stables for ejury ca inclosed lofty walls pjBnted with numeroos choice hothonse the finest forcingmid fflij about i5 acres of rich land a JCpiitStreanrruus thioifgh the gfSiindtii nqdtlie whole is Maid with exquisite immediate possession bt be viewed hy with Bar may be had of sfebjeffpr viewed may be large best mid ceflarinfrr aie supplied excsllaot atef are pleasiaglj bawng frpm the be viexTed pi by appliedtjoritoBIcssrs Hmiifrei rfftd SonjUp uulders and to render sets complete Early because few copies ofjjoa A coloured key wasgiven i Series of the discprerpdianipog wfitf toe yu JFV Ih tfie the price of 8lj uulj jt a of Mon tbe Eighuentlt OU BeautifWly Seventbyan CompoMr of h ver valuable afli itiie PTJn ffie is a supply of fire and a certain estnHisktd of many most respectable of may Ei his Attctiqu Lhcigate fitttdnp in a style equSl to any remarkabli excellent tsj aJuJte of tbretrellr proportioned with plate French windows and bateouies Jnffrior floort and dascrip1 tioupntbe iiW fertber inay be had of tit thejSDftj beabthW of Essqxj t spectsover f and the iis two bpwfrjjfited rawJngTodmSieac se et y feel with marble cooiicey ff capital entianccblili fkr Ifiitlers nffli eii flpply to PARK icultrly r and consisting of a high istmfe xontainipgut conrenence fctcboi gti J situate in a park o there are and contain ThisEstate is bekfogoa Bewefor sf Welli i which maybe hadiif Messtti LincolnVIna and 1 wire utss an ENSIGNCV in a Regiment in consideraW at Mitrccour large Gar of Great commotions FAMILY HOLSE ndapted tbe nCcohmicdatiou of a large iu ex and with extensive den at the Iinmediat possession rnmy be be viewedby may be had of Warwick EN RESL and only miles fi6m or a degiraBle ESTATE cpmprisipg a capital Mansihn flouseV standing in and secured from tbe Uoad by full grown lofty planned accom modsfrtoi4 bf a gentlemans containing numerous apArUrients aM domestic office coach stablesfor twelve capital walled garden stpcfcrd and and nearly twenty acres o jftth beviewed by may be had of Warwick of WITH ONLY 8 SOOO NUMBERS of 500L siabfr Drawn One respeotjfuUy inform and SHARES are and qfJtlie present State the Aaventtiret an of gairilng tKeimiaeuse Sum of 8OOObIi which piay Obtained by puixhayngi the vrhole of a or irf prto any TicKeti afid Shareswill be1 hijfier Present Hi I Eighth v sj Quarter 1L Od I WO H D N D RE D yjf H AN D le Publrc in 6ne ihfljes at his Partner withjSir mbyin jQqJbjf anrfeVers liaRticuJaV jTHative isAi 1C 500 sob the GiauJ Capital Prizeis by jf MT and will jjai ftizVMoney wilj bej heard approved by the ChanceTIor of tlie meets rajjeroent by there is no doubt but itwilr to the Hornsby takfe the earl ftST tesnis 03 if auiT Shares sup a large Share of the OMers ttre exe rtobert Patefc arul ilhuitratcdfjom thk vorki Brtftstf AriJj 5ocbarts Lgrd Hpu in Newtonj wijiit of in itself We ejttremc ikfifijt am togetlrtt wift a spared1 HciHier exptnce nor nttea tionto tlfey baVe ubTiesStatiou U Baying of t Iheyhave nfty wia wKit tbey peart for Jhe TaiQbellisned emhieirt engraytSsj r practicable to late asth Lrght vice tb be Captain ofi 1 vice 1st Regimett of William to be En by vice 3d Ensign Thomas Sherlock to be jjeotenant by vice u J 20th Eusign Edward to be Lienteoiuh vice promoted in the 42tt Foot 24th Ensigns George tb John Erancis John Jones John from the 83dy8ti to be GenLvtcfe to be Eui and Edwin Gent i9lb Lieutenant John Humphrey to be Captain of a without purchase Ensrgn Henry Reiri to be purchase Ensign Edward Snjn bourue to be dittik vice Humphrey Cornelius Sallivan to be Lieutenant Thomas Jones to be of P vice deceased Ensign Richard to be vice Jones Hibbert Newton to be vice Eusign Richard to be by vice t Ensign to be Liculeilanfjby rice who 55th AssistantSurgeon to be Sur vice promoted on the 6oth Abraham to be with out vice OSlh Ensign John from the am to be without 70th Lieutenant Charles to be Captain of a Coman without Esi AWandey without without Edward Felix vice Charles frqiu tbe7lstFoot vice promoted to be Lkntenants Edwaid Thomas VanBuerle vice Christopher Vice tp beEflsigm without AssistantSurgeon Charles Henry to be vice promoted op tlie 73d Lieutenant Charles from the d to be Captain of a Cpmpanyy by vice n ho SlEt William Henry the 2d Garrison to be Lieu ted who 83d Roberf Gent to out vice promoted iu 85tb Assistant Surgeon from the Cornwall tpSe 87tli frtinjtbe fitb to bo Captain of a Company By vice r 95fh AssistantSurgeon the 50th vice 64 theStatf HospItaUMate Patrick be tvirhout i ice Killifeellyj Richard Ill nM t tf JivU J deceased Ens Be j ifaf vice Garrison Lieutenant 9isr be wtoex New Brunswick BrevetMajor John Foste FUzgcraldto Be Al August George of wine and 12iat August arr3 Willkim of August Robert Bogle the Robert Bpgie the William Scottj ef at Thomas of at at laberdasher at af Gnildhaft September Jotu bajitea ft George of at August VWHiwn lajs nt Guildhall Richirfl Stubbs of at ib at Lion September Wil lam ati tKfe Brfls Head bf af at iiovem sergeTmanufactnrerat a GuildbaH at 1 tlrHinll I rJt t i rprftbeckj late atGnildball WiUiam UraulJart GardertSf t John Pageof late the haberdasher at Tialli 7 at gjuinjeryiaf Crr at isfjaf August Thomaf David tawi of qoffl of Thomas of John of of the Tavern Henry pf Sajrouel Pete of coromonlbrewej John Gfaham and Willrem Xichlielduf ThoniasJ a Joseph of and David of Ultoxeterj
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