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Day (Newspaper) - August 29, 1809, London, Middlesex nflETY for superseding the i IMPING by encouraging 1 f s VEEPING of i u the machine for I n 1 1 PrUU nearlr oppoaite 9 roiitinneto be tcorhred T3 General Meeting of i aud oper held Jay Pc vnvNClS r VM in Statement of the receipt mtd ocpefiflttt llf llf I 6 lO Inlvn I IS 1 Sluck icsold Ul ammnt fu auto of ihr ii4J Offi juil Men Hnwuns of a Kraiice It Re und various I o o if is 6 16 5 1 O 8 3 i Balance frtbrr by I for whose tto provi4on WW I tint tlirv ef timated these demands upon 1 of uesoivtn ik Military of the Itinyinjon that exclusively ttttheidicTot anQ who depended for on fall inthe Aasa of their Counliy KS m from the annual tur the aged British io ite llbat5 in nppeal be nude Ae jwtnotUm iir for New thai the Committee nnuf rontiuuiirf the BccustonieafiBlief to these Hut a SnbicrittionfoT i end that the nl That the lhanksof this for the seal and attentionwith wbttji Ifcn hare conducted the tetHnett Of I the thanks of this f hren to br his able and epjidyct in the v 1 T it the thanks of this Meeting pren to for the clear and satisfrctorymanntr in i hf au repoijed the proceedingsof theCorn Thai together with the Sobscrip bf advertised in the ChainnM The following Sums were immediately wbscribtd s Jf 0 i O J Firslcr 105 o 1 0 O til iuo u In and ins 0 and id Waters 105 0 Kensington 105 0 JOS 0 Aiiprsttin 105 O Ulfro aud 105 0 0 Shctklcn O O O o 0 I O mid 0 105 0 105 o o 0 Thomas tvils4in David TPjfeeWatts o O 50 0 o Jactoon and Rtu IAS C Jarars Abet 0 The 10 to John and Coope 105 O Capper and be a Liter and uue and warranted io and atalid with in To save trpnblej the pricfr at IS Royal granted b L to Neir ni far his new iinpTOvetf PA with Spiral that 1 md jires the mostltrQIUBt JJgM in ruriety of for r e lijht is Brass fttfentUartil With Spermaceti ENISET and Qrtnd Junction to GANAL and To be SHARED hi iliefolloVlDk Afe auURock Auction M 4SQ fallow attjl equal to lately foe seven de Wai 30 of rick tfeattow liaad ad miles North of earsof deligbrfill RE5I ih si rornantic heahhy siUi ktalrtg eight b atorBHtKtaj f in etegaot approach in a a largepro with selected frnit trres and andacoMj about 30 acres of Very superior highest state well suppued with 001 aud also a right iijrthf Church the sitoationof tncsi very jurbrch 4s truly act ay be farther hadyrby mud Ibdia other in the Arfy Ciptaln ioj in wjujt of m to AEOat Whitechapirfi Tty meettpft City near the will dresa this into rexfy Alarje Haineji ofVeniarfnwjU also oeJoek Cstgo of livtly to be of rarwos or ex is that applkation idein ParUamerttjfur to brinjfin a Bill for better aw the the kdjhtJy Be ami aba fijr 4Jbe better and Poor withlnthe said T sad titfe JL hy lent to the foJUiwinp frtfmthe ClikrinRCroas r STAMFttRiV and From beside many ftlitions ost ne Nijht and Nona ham every VK i Ttteheijiiin flnc the Building Ma wilLnot ftkeptace as ao crirryinf executwin jthVWSui Of hi for e My tailor wa set to work ninety I found myself occasion in an but auit Irjarleystreet about a quarter ptescntryfoHudduTiaelves the last in a Ijtijig rthich expended from the end all the way to At every set we advanced and at a few minutes opposite HOUSED AC for dfhM own ana in ty and the of tave ntmr at their 93 STATE 4 4 Prizes of And 12 Wbh others io and not Three Blanks toa Wat r andScntm or era All klndof GaVcrncffent bought and sow by WITH ONLY 5000 NUMBERS Beridet 100L 50DL 4 SBf 4 respectfully Pnb V TICKETS and SHARES we Adriauureffra opportonlt SharesWill THOUSAND Puhlican Oae en thi t leby EfrpNiat bis late Sur J BRA MS andevery v e In tnc Capital were OBSERVATIONS OF AN IRISiB BARRISTER ON ENGLISH MANNERS AMD must be amply gratified by the perusal of a just in two1 Letters Jr6m to by Itish In evm pursuit bf biisiness Olid of pleusqre has this ingenious author pour trayed the Engliali He With nnconruion accuracy and impartial discri the Chorch and the and the Our men commerce andi sons of from the Exchange to the The have all passed ib review before him and k is by the extensive fond of orieinUl anecdote which his vohimesare that he lias not been an idle spectator either ofj virtues or our The characters and pursuits of nearly five hundred livjugund popuj lar and have been U and examined audj The following extracts from the Twentyfirst Letter will shew that the Irish Student has noti been an inattentive our manners and In no other publication have fhe ccrmpooe the various of the numerous and interesting Family been so amply and faithfully TtfE KINGS Lord C at ilndertaken to convey me in his car riage tb St on the and in me at the I called Km a fipv flSys and remintfed Kim of his his pleasure in grati and 1 this which He expsCBsed vfflftf tie unity to the preparations ft be HeceSftittyfiJr trie t6 T iiThe GoTirtdrSss a silk embrpidered libclietB j point au3 chapeaude The drawingroinB we at hfilf past two but it would be their Her ftice is has an oir of German frankness in it accom at the tame by great shrewdness and In her youtb slbe may hae been thought hiindsorne and T have no doutt she at least an agreeable and amiable Hter band nnd arm bear indications of forme1 beauty she vertshort not as I shouffi above five feet and she fotn and coin she has long been The Prince stood near his whom lie hi height other great after resembles in the aud lie bowed with dignity to most of those who passedbi they bad paid their to the is iliH ofintelligence but careworn aud freeliving has made him more than I that he understands the Constitutioa of the courttrvj and will support its parent prin if he snirrire The Duke of York maintained a familiar chat with his sisters of thfe and entered into Smalltalk witu of who passed The were dressed in stately tflag minds seined to be wholly They were full of gaiety and Elizabeth and in seemed te enjoy some jokes which they sported to the female Augusta is of a and no is AmcHais but she does not articulate und has liot good who is I am a good writer oF prose and The other sis ters are ingenious and are veryaflectwnjate and cfatifuf Dtifce of Who is aiyl looked of his generally talks on light subjects vritb stnartneU and good TheJDukeiof Kent ia gravejsthan any of the and I am much devoted to to be employed in sion bistountenrfiice and he with much The Dwleeof Cambridge was one of the most and appeared to possess anexhaustles8 fund of obsar vatien and r Duke of Sussexresembles the Prince in andfliptigh taller K frequently taken for hira heis grave in bis general pleasant irr his lias a mind stored with various The Duke of in person and is the most like his rovaj he it and is thought have nearjl and has uoim moru I ieDuke of in the arniable and and appears to finished sister is his coan miore inclined to the eHbon the whole Her Royal hetpierctng and Priuoesa of unmoved Tfee Charlotte of who in before learnt that the dppr Hito the had beeojclpied whiie tfre passing from their pwsn apail ments Joto could Jipatiy miautifis I for wedged together in this pur nearly ialf of immediately behiqd and Lord HD mediately befor bqre their situations with so much although did venture his eyes from the Duke did neither of them moved a musclt during the halt hour in whichI atten tively surveyed I oothelp wishing that Jjavater had on the spotyto tell jne the employments hg thoughtNaturei had really intended these noted At after some and con siderable from tfee excessive had suffered by 4he doorwasthown open crowded ferwatij the goal ol At entrance of the stqoda row pf Christs Hospital draw ings and beaded bytwo Alder Curtis who afforded in The Dufebesa of York stoodnear who paid her much Sfie but aijiinblc persons a proof that constitutional pror penwties are nijt to be counteracted by systeins first being of a porpoise size and carbuneled cada yerpus like SbakspeareV On entering the first Iwas pro pelled a crowded door in spite of and and nodding into the farther where was per forming tte the RayaF Family the in a very gallant tire and led Ker fhroitgb five roomsveach of the The was thedanse of his absence created His ft is well and the opacity is iidw so that he has for some time been able to distinguish ob jects in the uiass and even that with the corner of but one In tliis manner he traces the features of persons who are tirst intro duced to him but he cu i call most persons by theirnames wlttv Iiave formerly been introduced to on hearing tbeir he still et in other uiat power of accurate whidh through his long reign has dtt eminently characterised Jn his he never was he maintains nans wonted good that fondness fSw small talk aod which always rendered him Agreeable to his life and soul qf the TThe character of 4his Monaich not welt He is not always a and though lie is IB hag his regular lioura of business in jybic patches the affairs of state with great and are early jn geoetftlly from four to Afiput midnight the red from the difiereut are forwarded froni London and about four pclock they are deposited his private he read all his and transacted all his but latterly te has been assisted by dptonel a gen tlenian recommended to this onerous situatioa Jtead so attentively io to an auditory atI by theDukeof only their mutual the I About seven oclock his ably a fewmomeata I of wbjdt some of Was eBabled distinguish bet her back id the isUib ood beneato bet stc Lord and other tkfc Jourt and Hoasebold whole of the Royal m order of their agei canopjr I observed he wrote them his signatures to ate allplaced in the several and at ten aredelireredat the offices the respectiveMinisters in The isunderstood to conduct his govern the conduct of his Ministerson public Maitsty afterwards regularly goes to and then rides or otherwise amusefs throughthe except wo when be holds a in or whenihe is expressfTom to which returas aoimmediate been tfee nniformvandtteady career thia Priuee sjace to m directed es4ensiter an9 has
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