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Day (Newspaper) - August 10, 1809, London, Middlesex f POLISHED M 1 I will he prcachjcOst M by the 1 Reirttir oftbesaid of Sixty Poor Children bdongfatg toM tfce cvi I oiy a ready wr FWtiei orkingleteentle ITC per if ij rested it City In VUttLtC JffpALE lEHES and PORT ice of tlie of MB ipiiui v Jela Ftwiiera and Bourt trw Mrthbjfl to well worthy the notice of J inplicnUous to toe tnjule h T OP in I AM intormc KO unuiediatetyia st rannul lit tajnigfelM I in fi or for a teAn of HI tlie T a moderate cuiiivuiiMit autl extewiire acconi mil wri slubling pair and recently op vare Knnalurf tuitctl tii the Hoose wHI fefeiafcen al fair ra Apply if by JBetlfccd Gar Duke ctrret of IS C 0 and respectfully inform the i that TICKETS ahdfiHAfeJS art on Sijle at Oieir Aliuc The Scheme of the present Staje Lotury is anOAffOBas of pinmc ihc immense Sum of BOjOOOL which ohumtd bypurcbaring the vfhole at a or ccruoit for Tickets 3harcs be higher tkc PresuRt ail Vnf and jJEEDS aud vl i out the Goltea iijf at at hy york u vur cuuchmcn and tTie same guarcT tu be to f ilic Nnrlh i many ollitrs too t expedition at ILViylitJil and North Wales every moruiog nt a iu n 1uit Milfjrd and Inn evny cveoin and Oxfu at Kast PorU Little Haiuptou THETAVLOUS1 JT is rtifuiaite here t men composing this Qomyauy ilul tlicy sclirttA riLry on the uxtoftlic first public a plin by wliicb Ihc best aud most hishly to fhc the coBCeni in iascat i lie first nnd hcst niarketa i lo senc tVelr cuntomeri and Thi the tlrt the Hl for dfets wlrrs on shortest and Irices of gnrmcnts oot fud MTal etitoiiUon eldfov an unc SB and rK Ul AT SPt PRICE tol Captain of by vice aj fropi the LJ T Be 63d without pirn j Ceat to Be WSWfS r kaa of of aliu N a niile and a ttdtf from Harrow on and about lalfj a mile from the Paddington may bare immediate rrply 4he Ele moJcrpbnfjtHOS Jn 4 to confetontt in tire rcmafiaUy co ontt ontbtf gtoftiMl windows rile twriu tjou pnneipaj fl suite three weH reveryiiciicriu filANSiOiVand V ftirtiriilniy and desirable LEASEHOLD ESTATE coBsbtiiie of Man dntte pointed to J nt to Sth Captain rice y yjce jteJWi be n The and Ilie wf AO coiiseaoeuces thought n geheral and which i8 Tiitr maWade 6f ftit composed of tljt form of A Meeting was field1 pifibtfsi 6ftiflrrbgihto faibjeet of the MX eodVl cUomben aud perfectly J orJrj oteelteii e nations they have aluo Carted a m hi cdusequerice of a requisitionsigned Jt at rease the ff Our to the foliowiir effect ect pn ofthe titmost impprtatice deoqri9Xn How are carols strbjecti air He deprecates the idea of it to Earl of Selkirk that instead suit of A byour cpnujipptuous espenme ytce 7th lheWbbte Cord has Cjtfed giftef theCoiisMfajtfiirl rpips of and are Wce of oas trioinphabtlbutLfoug since into tHere Of inctt tiution haditsj ri ditto of llu ditto The firing this morning has teen the day of judgment ujglit the enemy haS thrqivu upwards 0ur tptlie of HKII returned hiffiiug deliat edthe and destroyed a iatteny wbtd he hud to atuioy Gunefal 8e bastiaTii has bert drdered to sentiwe arejgHoraiit who will xepiace hiiii per hapsbis muster is but conclusion of bis JsXY We are informed by tlie last advices from that on the 20th the twd armies iveri to efleptjtheir united wil amount to uear i64oc6 in several are engaged in mafciag hasty with a view of deceivitigtbe arm lmtttex hitter observes tbem ctoeeiy PBnte de Arzobispo ic strQUgb is merely an tintwnrt and is by the Al bne that fall mid it if battle YtiUTie on SfjuffilrOii wasOH tjie point o of posed of twelve juf tbe Jit made fearing fete which tiwt of ill Basque f yyite that the ute s are time it is expected said array stew the due to bi After battle ofjj tftBtvr of that tV lie jetted The puAilic mat tttfer ftoie JStitoOPffa fcgarc1 kst ajid ai asylum n Spanisn At Gtrona die of o the its Thisplace has maintained its notwithstanding the enemy has increased his forces to effect the ptrictest The people have made soifae bfittiunt them aIves with AH the batteries of heavy ar tillery and moftafs have been taken opdestroyed and ContwnaL and iire of enemy wi third d to retire ffom befjare t ifi shouldbe it tfie I ieTagus rm rot so riume for its ofjLa j vie jgortu tuim equally JT r scY put gtarrf Ittfr sign the seats of the Houseof Coortnons afe filled wkh p not elected by the free Voice of the bat brought tliere by venality 6nd Of Members reiurner to IVrtUmSat Tfvtt Scothnd afe re turned Ijy the a pretty gfibd majority agSinst the voice of the But even this is not all for faers come into the Hcase by other t they are attacked with uii the inducements of placemen and and not fewef tlfah come under that in addition whom there are 78 other persofts wlrbse names arc on the as uaval Or military who are dependant and tuent in their professional on Ministtfrs of the The whole of these tag atuoant te and when these art aib Whereare the solid of tirtion There i tliose the landTibarks of otor bavS become the landmarjts of our curded bS removeioiir uonstitutionai land andI am sdVe the peo most these have been ftrho cpfild iacrfflce the milliotjs for tfcf of 4he Curses olF everatWiid ft irfmit ft if lihart ihfe Officers of GoVeWSietit snoaM hold feato in TPatlhttnejit onlyW there to b6f be allowecl ft is contrary tbeveiypHnciple of they should b6 BaSefed 1030111 in of hi thfry ought ohlt to bfe Stitit Is by such conduct tHeAfe defrtnided of and is in his dignity arid 4nd iii fact become tht vassals of of the trrarks are House ofCgiiir mons becomes the tool of the King being necessarily defendant du thein tor it bettooles those who have a rsgaitf for him to endeavour tii rescbe hijii froiii sitfh bondage and the only means of obtaining important object is by a liufittU Q wilt fee said that h wilt be difiSctjlt Reform cannot be if the people act as they ought Whenever the areproperly Apprised of fcheir and wlfl eXert to establish thiir own they the power bywhjch hey are jiyesiedts but formiJabte in triittl for their the Coostitution their fear whojfi iptigTff thejr WJH be enabled torrample under their test those feptiles who long trampled on tfearrintertsts and The worthy Majpf cpncluded by his conviction of the necessity of Parliamentary Refillin and moved thefoKowrqg tile truths contained in I woiild be an additiotial proof of tlie justness of his That hi a Petition presented and entered on ft dftne HtmSe oF6oibniens un flie ilh Q3tH sail offered to Fieproved nt tM PeWii and Otbeia didby their own autbujjty tlie rcium pi aoj Mewbrrs of that Scotland who Srefe Mipi eiiibleif to questions in tlw ittK in fetely presentedtct Aid Jk of ttietfemt as thereof are pjaceiflen aaJ dependaut 09 T III That in a Petition prpiented to the said eattWd enits journals 6n the that iseatH tberrin were as noturiously reiltSJ 1 M the standings fur cattle at a wbiehy sertiun was then resentrd in tliat as and But vheo Lotd Caatlereagh 1th May of tiaVing 9lf a ee scrcflneufrom panistmitiot on c a practicejvjjich ment are oatmons Tnjjsc of Parlja the aud H That jthita these eprrtplious the lawful abare of the Gtittrtt Coniimins of bilitj has been niujpeJ bjr a corrupt Thai a principles enron it ami rr would aiii tfriiTens the Property Tax fSture CiATUptipQ mceh r the That tteJCinj peogle Irtrvft but one jnte rest 5 but BoTougiwiioflfierg fiitfiniaHeattObotti dorirprcfe rtfofto iu the dtilt of destroying flttcorrnpt te fliience the so it is particalnrly reteumte iiMbeae aucis dtb eorlsidelil gjMsetjnta Jhrett to Sir for coifing on he Houte tp r of fo in ctfiejteke SessiuD j and rciomiaojd and the theHouse of by TowxgfeND secbriasd the for the necessity ofVan tntoedujteaud reform in the n of the Iu i limself sKrittert the o lettefwliJch be had iid the He also of intentipnpf on the Wabifest y whicb it that veut of u IIOU W re UlEcrwugT eI these things the wtre tion to tbe foo submit a Peti oo the
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