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Day (Newspaper) - August 19, 1809, London, Middlesex Vv irf SiX Fctjlion pi f the Fellowship PRICE I I may uf si theforenoon wheu all lienotiisejfiri f at at IU1J ISAAC DAY Vie is VPIULlAMJURiY V for the DISTRESSED S Cotnmlitee fer have to rcctircd since the seVe Her which are here oipUtednSr wani of Lit will appear in the general account or If the which ipfefbe iiruui Swidw The Committee at the expenoe of him a quantity of to eudrarour to stop vifl such numbers of pfcupfe in Unit jast returned object of hi annual meeting at In the Mtmtetit fibnvened arid transacted the busi tjitf j and cauliflowers C Kfl Broad jiiliscrip31 10 31 10 ditto T 10 1 B 31 JO 1O onO 1O nnd Lidbrukii mil i ficarlicroft 10 10 10 1ft lushinglonai Id anil 31 10 10 10 01 10 floaCy ft 31 10 J mil Dnun 1O 10 mid 10 Tliotnis Coutts 10 Mines and 31 IO 31 10 aad 10 10 Green anil 10 and 10 and 10 i Co a I 10 10 nnd 51 10 and 10 10 J 100 o Hiwrv Hoaie and 63 6 APcitim 4 o Prai 0 CKU tol o ft GoMlsmidtin 10 Muxim jo IO Bsliup 10 o 10 and 10 vuHftfiWin at tbt Dutch Aus Gillycr 5 jrhnuau And Co 50 o I Sir Hjjriain 3 1 10 and Orer JO 10 and Co 52 10 I relay and Co 31 16 ion p 10 20 0 aud o Knumjis 10 10 aud 10 10 10 I 5 ut 10 V 10 iCo 31 10 303J 10 flKmnDnC Vkaderbvrglk 0 Day and o t nnd 0 and 0 k 16 Lowell Bristol 4Q Collection at the Porters Morrell aud Neofs 11 o S 0 Devihunt aud Bury 11 a Cas Ue 0 Jlr gebWe 3 o Tayix and 16 1 0 Kiddand Coo Aberdeeo 80 crossstreet 0 Cun court 10 Giles 10 o Ho merlon ii 1 A Fdeftdi 0 SO o SfHrew and 10 A 1 3 12 roUeited tlie Societf Of DtjIIweJIjny SiiJohrijRDbonil 6 Thoiqat 5 0 At POHH aad jDoi Mary 5 O Laioljr 0 6 J Newtoji and 6 TO BK PEREMPTORILY V 1 HSU ANT to an Order High Cvnrt uf made in of the Mastcn of the said at t he Pnhlie of the itt SouthwnptDb Building the the of the said consisting of llnS Houses m Sobo Soho 81 WaJs 38 Np7 K 4 V peJtmaktrtiiTRq be SOLO ohfe d6sWir noMr jafulljfridefir at iSllwi on m1 warehooihi to WKMtlmaft ioMr StcJ fitted op The two and immediate potoes eJuiseblMuteinMl are Very Rood possession toay be further partieiJarB of Mr Samuel London Bridge WJYAi and have now on Sate at their State Ixittery ROYAL and Shares for die which i OB a New and Impftttcd ingof only to be drawn in TBE SCHEME CONTAINS 4 Prizes of t a And 12 500 With others in and not Three Blanks to duly AH kind of Government Securities bought and sold by Oofllttiiitfnfli STATE WrfH ONLY 5000 NUMBERS 4 of B SflOOL IS 100L AO to be Drawn til One SWIFT and respectfully intorm the Pob dnitTlCKETS aod SHARES on StU their 1 kf the Lottery and tha Adventurer pWottnBlty Snmof wHch may be obtainedTrpwrchajuig the wiole of a portion Tor any and Shares will be higher before the 1 21L Halt f SIR JOHN STUARTs ami The following accounts contain particulars this atmyr of whirih WB have fo some received any accoratein v Jnty The Queen Charlotte Surgeon and a SciHan sailed from Bputb on Uie9tfa of July on tbe 17th fonnd there the Garnb stoops ot war the TVlinstrerhasjutt Algeripes bopud td tlie Argus bound to Usbon Cape vritb ten iwl of iinder The oaHy regiinents at GrbraVtar are the 3d Veteran 2d battalion of Cologel Molle andsd battalion of 30th Wifh respect to we depend upon the intel Jigincewe England as to what pens though tbe communication in open r Three Portuguese men of war hne battle ftn their peTtam from a cruize apt to the j i s IB V i fork ous offSar takeu many 1 by the AND yis nof cJinmotf tot of Bridge tbe Jia rfepiitation auiouriting tq r The one reprissW ABee4i lhe and the good order and regularity jnuch satis assemr bled on the Tbat large and elegant repaired by waa high fltyIe the ttie Brethrett to Mr Presi dent IVJrif William and Preses Flower tooktbeir nrspectirechairs aad 103 s down to ir dedicated tte a Tfo Uttei1 tbe 1AbbeGeoffim every an dreads and by interests 0f religion awtTabralitjf infest the FrJencIv Bfe iV the pri hjiried against landthfrreviver of geDuine criticila 3J excite ly eoplljr years that poe of well Itterary mm pKcesof alouarwit Twice re lis In Tain iattacki in his lec the but DO jnjrne tely followed by to ill the language of of hisiuddeu andrarnerted that thelinpolite cri tic sliould turned of his coolly instead of to take up his place till he should have yered f roni ins fright This piquedtne poet5 so mack that he determined tobrave He consequently reentered the after observing that ckmd would darken the finest proceeded with hii only taking for fear he should interrupt himself a second not to cast his looks Beyond the circumference of Ills THUNDERSTORivili ABERDOURv AUGCST During thunderstorm pn the3d at two lightning by atnortiial ai in whole r1 long twentyfont ter ah blaze i the lightning entering the west aboTitthree feetfrotn the ward the heart passed through Sn oaken of a jvoll part of wfiich appeaiiaS if roeUeo abrass and tore the CMietje5 in every In rent froni edtnit ones i flUwberless fragments the brick lime foand on opposite window the panes of pieces of frcrm wallv On returning to she nadnot eft a wonian fonnd the cnafrlpn sat part she had been a cotton shawl which taji a with hofe burnt in it oC fourteen inchd a wooden flreifoorj a large oblique section of the on He beatth w her wheel stood a three jeet of and direcffj panes wmch were midit of dusl serenaderJ ita irnmediutely on her the two altafcre so that Oply land which ap peared siratiUaneoiis yetj excepting a cut OE the nioder partxjf1 and o her the fragments foice3 frorft partition aad a alight sustained by three of fesmendoua CUMBERLAND aETHERTON AND counsel for the stated the rjature of this was to recover com pensation in damages for scandalous words spofeen by Mnl lenders Whenthe de words were Mullepder then JDunn married but being now tfiejr were necessarily co joinedin the anddefen daats are ao4 the de consisted of Misfi Jinns it in all companies that Sliss HethertoD lady of anibstrespectabie fa and of the most uiiblenzished xhadvtplenlace from fcer thatshe the constant subject of watch in all thje milliners shops in Counsel false bo tbe witnesses are in wijl that so hfgh opinion of the rectitude ol they without the least with The only motive for on the part of Miss was Miss iq she no linger with herj sbje haddiscoveredshe bad of the same quality at u chfeaper ratethkn i Tfe case not proceed farther the deferj dants to gainst nem4 arid tfle plaintiff for vindictive but merely that hercfraracter nhoulic bexileared ttp were accepted ATTEMPT TO Dorothy Railtn aged indicted for an attempt to pbipon the family of on tlie 24th of May with a quantity of who is a farmer of Dateton that early on the 24th of when He went frpm hjs which consisted of t his one ahd two vrcreall but ojn his return all the tbreeservants very much thaithey were compelled to take to their breakfested a nulal on milk of into which was put oatmeal jwnie was taken from tbe usual pfice wbereit Was Cepl aprj by wife and two children the hjl y others who were copsicferably jBrrrl no stfrpicion HH aftejr jrig aquantrtjr ofjie i to the service of afc j reirteatbera partaking df tbe boilefl of in the ttn rainiiteavivaaarleeted with nnfl sickness she Until Next Jay she again to prepared oattpeat frura the basket as a Jjljg njaA nerj but worses a and re door and retired to restt Matthew Wilson Tcnew the having been a fellowiservaftt witJJ Ber lisle on Saturday the 24th jf JHfay when she said hadnot welt t6 her on which frorh a month or grkoner told witheas she tftrmeiXt aod he should nevef have 8he told jhe fattLy had a miscar sjie wonW do Sarah laygdn dhilt lay an bee ht that Sfntofi and other habit of using fer thedesfetnctjon of that these wordjkjiad been the prisoner at iotfie the jeajrt On her Sintons she would be either vended of Sarabfeinlaysonor Matthew witriesi called was ijilary a DeigWbtKK of Sfntouj that the prisoner at her btiuse at different times iotbe spriiig at one of whith times she informed wit that she was with child by Matthew find he did not marryher she would put an ejfl to ber sire could not live hitrij but said she would liuve satisiHo was proved by Robert of that prisoner was at house on the Sunday pre eeding the 24tli and on the Thorsday was On the the 23d of pri soner calfedat the shop of arid bought a pennyworth of laudanum she then demandeda of when lie thafhe never sold unless rri he presence of a third Whereupon shetamed about saying it was of no as she knew where she could get Nixon was sworn Waa at Dalstou flfall 6n the 24th of with his On the Saturday he visited theprispner in the and said to tiiave nearly done foe bur little ones to which wished to be revenged on 7P On behalfof the Robert of whom she liverfVafter quitting spoke her humanifcy an other who had known her 30 The Leiroed in a very impartial man summed he upon the circumstapces of the crime with which she was charged not being home by evi it was trierely After which the Jury returned averdkt of IRISH Jcuv VWterday before the Right Hori tfte LORD CHIEF Jfiepk He stood on three several iudictmeiits the for ut terfflgf a ceftamforged deed of with HvtenttiV defraud it to be forged the subornation of bjp pp to swear to the due execution of it for a conspiracy todefratid one by procuriug a verdict unlaw jtw be had against on a certain trial in on the said forged deed was1 exhibited TJieV fitets attendiBg thk and wicked plot these as attorney for Maurice being also and one Russell the George Rossell bis tn order ttfdefipBdJFioegan 8gainst aa pjecttpent brocvghtbysaid Grady for the recovery of certain in this con trive that eaid between Rpsselt the elder and Russell really executed in tbe eject should bear date andftppear to i6 executed in the roonth for the purpose of defeating a lease made by George Russell tbe elder to said and a lease made by George Russell the Finegan such a deed of assignment appearing to be exe cuted depriving George ihe elder of the power of Biakingsaid lease to assign if really executed in being prior to lease to aesignmeut being so it ap the prisoner fefiat it should and accordingly had r Peter to it as a Rfchkrd MfatHewswitnessed attended oa the trial in and the said assignment duly exe tin ajnd inthe presence oftie c die to and other falge agpeartd he was The also fully It that the deed SI
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