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   Day (Newspaper) - September 2, 1809, London, Middlesex                                FUtfE EVfiRV MORN4I ATSIX N or THE AMICABLE SOCIETY rr f Queen Anuo Court at fife So Ficrf tftry Iadatision of Meaaart unrfcr Ae erantfd fjr further rtrueioi Court naif piannitmt Uprmlvcc at and any f Amber if Skaret tcrne am from riehtin tin fif tAf leUar tnr vfule orfffrany or on any other contingency 2i Aliiting of the 1 s bili lli lay MM i Chair u ciher SulBCrihen to Itiiiit uf flic Committee of a Mnniig of tlic Subscrilicrs to tlic jitli ajiJliavhigconioered Mcrtinj fvtl il to tlic 3 per Copt from tbo i i fai tlicr c iri KI ii tint I hr Tliunka of tliis Mart ing IILP uis able iu tbe I und SnlKrribci by PRIVATE Copdnn and Wau Avoh to uol dinar and by S luthrRcunrt and WoicesajMin nniHrliara and Auction i of KiagsArms V will f and Stone JUTpwJ ind ng surrounded by GeuUei lisfMiK md walled al Letters must aid iu the most of a accommo with i in ihe Metre ia5 vret of The Estate ahfl port anil to two packs of The whole it aaH tbLaudtux rr The moilcrn anil elteant Fottum 3IJ1 Furni nijy be if ayrfcable to itnme Ijiti lOssesMoii may le Plan of the House in satisfaction of having rml and fur fnrtlirr apply to of li Iiitnotic at tlic ainwrijjlil and Smith fee thimselvts jovtifucl m tills liiu tutlic support of thtir i i il tlic sanutime to cail their atlcn ite of public affair for which the I iif our brave Defenders of the Naval Force of ihe tlie gallant exploits of British i i i of ultimate which thej i of British fir deliverance from a perfidious an at tbis moiucnt rjakiug the must beroii ilut tie trenscendant efforts ofralourdij i hi rots wUo have and by tlic brave m in nobly followed in the Cause of our i fiitdoiii of tliese it may inn fly tliat tbf same grcrrous iinpilgc and u irfneral n to auiiuale the i wil hv fuaii I still alive to tVir ui bO KniR as pr Klit i tiT Untvh and the i ntlv lliit lliuse wlo are inn living llw iu c find Friends and Guardunsm a gnrlcful i neur be SOLD by PKlVATp tha called tbt 17 ipiles from ftear the the of Mr the Proprietor of a substantial wrli Houve and grreiihouic with many fix BtaUlinR for ten and coachhouse for two car The au4 shiubtHiini ore full aud Ihe land ofu inxl Jualjty Cuulnnini in tbe whole 36 well supplied with ijooti uprin and soft and Is altogether well woitli tie altemtiun of any Gentleman w ho wishes for sion of a House and Premises in complete Particulars apply Graham Linculns Inn at John and Thomas Chapmans ball Btsiicaie and nt the IIUhTLES from per and have 110 to tlnuk the expeuc JSaJo il irHeaJ prrfictio part of Town nr Country dtnf or to any w ill be Respectifltf the third I to that copies oi the relVrred to arc A added to the of April 24th hut i v v i Board wish for any it will me of Jc tr plovilfc On tbe consideration of tiie I have only to tnut tlu lust plan wa be Heady with on the top of tin jo he 11 complete PRINTINGGROlN L at a moderate drliqbtfnjly situated on the banks of the at the eauy distautx of from the three close to the cousiils off with anil 14 ucres of ogrUier witli all the Ihicccop perpiate priatins aTwiu 3000 I ten and olUrr usetal itd tdo tn mention immediate Inquire for Mr ou the Prtini GorraltNlanc or at Lei CHELSEA TBRTHER PAPERS AND TO THE HOUSE OF an Tlie siuiition tithis is at the nl the ailjpiniiijj thestabie The sfcnnd marked is fur new at tinsuitli of tliu part ol tie new th on t nf it tor building 4 10 to a of tire best manner of up diniiion ti ropriating tin p it uie upper 1 in piises late Lord Yurborouyhs to of an TliHt llie marked to ot a l at the wiine time villa 1 lie the best of nay iiidincu J d coitveiiient leaves and sufticitnt lor tl I Secretary tinReports oTthe PhjsicwjBjjBnijeon on the FJaiu for courcrting tbe lately occupied by Lord into an lntinnary fiJr tbe June SIR Having in my letter in iiiiewerto yours of tlie StIVacquaiiitetl tiiat ui with thi of the I Aircis oi the iniirmary and to willi use ol the old uould cost about And that tlie third marked proposes not only an infirmary witri its appiu is placed in ainucli better and also shews the possibility of providing for all the wants of this national if or at any fntuvie Government should be pleuseil so to I have the honour to Your most obedteut humble Signed JOHN Clerk of the To Ueorge Bsq See and Kniht Report relative tj tbe New Army Medical Board May SIR In compliance with the directions ol Ihe Lords and Cornniifsioncrs for the iifhnrs in tuo and not rernaiks wilt tiiere ic i Angiiet tnmtnittrn for managing tlie IT II M bavr pcat inlajing Iuljlic the ttiMilulioiis and Address tin unanimously at a Ctcurral tbrrcthis duy und tbey cannot Ilut ex tbat is tbe trntb and forct of tbb senti rrspocrublf body uinst be of OwJJ exavrfle be gjnevaUy onirrnf S with COPYHOLD a umall and UBSTAMIAL with a To be SOLI by FK1 extensive nf new alrcnily advcrliserf 6513 tn Lloyjils fa sooo C jui pan y of of Foigland 5OOO 1 1 ami C ana ai ias 105 ja1 85 lu5 o 53 H 59 o VATK by a capacious Brick DU with bcaotifuITy diversUied plea n snjrll situate ntthc entrance villacc of therrsidence and property uf Tbe is a buodsomi iuiiiiTu conlaiiu spacious lofty finished in a highly comprising nume rous airy breakfast a small and attached domestic offices of evert appropriately fitted op delacb cd are for 13 bursts anil two witlj suitable lofti and sefvants rojm Tnc wbicli ate rastefnlly n are stocked with a profusion of in full and Huircmidcd by lofty trick pprc inj to desiruble May be vitwcd OK between and with utar tbr fo wbom pro fW the property are to Ix mndi THEATRE OF Great THE AUTUMNAL LEC TUUES on Ana and will tr on the ill of at 05 Mr Conveizationea be hi when tbe llidcrent subjects Heated of will lit difTUsed ajd tbe Students TICKS To these nwnr but Pupils can Ix Spacious thoroughly and replete with every are open all the momina for tbi of dissecting and where BrooWf attends to direct the and demonstrate the va of this had referred the questions I of Chelsea our opinion of the Mated iu vour on the comparative advan comparative advantages the plan lor convert top 1 com to the of the pliiu for lately OccopKrd by Lord Vartjo i io lilt juurpose of an with that Certain buildings in pussesbion of Lord Yarborough to the purpose of an with anotrrer for erecting un entire new budding buiidin ou some other on some Other part of tlu we liuve twice Tiie second U LOinniridiiting the grou being in a Ciinlinrd si any further nbscivaion tore he ristnttcd to liitiind third 1 have ctttiitivcly examined the two spots of the lirst and third with respect nnd from hat I haw as from KMI acquiiintanccwith the tlie indication ot uppcur to me to he in favour of the tennv tins judgment is formed on the appearance ot lluj and Hmv far moist nir in tlie viciuitv of the river may tender the situation on the terrace decrnble for an is a which giuuintii of tlie medical profession must be the inot com petent to the situation of the terrace about tliu distance of 300 and that of tho about di trrrace tne rfpect to tht plan is sur rounded by some atij anil some but little ept an lite narrow part oK the gardfng anmits of a clear passage from tlic river lo the inhuman The objcctionabie regard to to ti is plan the iniirmary to adjoin a d part ot oi the t the tin dilJercMit lo the of the phy examined with nmch attentKin the lands and ill aud now proceed to submit d clerk of the works of this on the reKntd and to three state of the buddms seem I am by though in some places par their to send you enclosed copies Jf There is great in the repoiu of those uUo of hqtwa tor the ter corGmerttl cf with the re ports a Insiico U the txtent of 80 or 100 T11 J L t 1 1 in and the several annextil of Architect and 1 uni to rhat in laying jjupers before u r Louts pfilie yon will he pleaded to acmiamt with the opinion 01 thin 4 unuexexl to to them to be the or diecon venipne ot tht the general ap pea ancr of tht iiujjttal that the LonU not ongi finUna l did a new building iir un olely onaccount ot tlie additioijal wlrkti the erection of it would necessarily I I Ink ami Vms I1 in H 21 105 i 0 O 5p 10 6 5 0 TO 10 5 5 105 0 SO 0 sj 10 105 O rious ports W hey appear on dissection incouvejijinces nsoal anaiomical inves 1 your most obedient humble Oco To Mostley and Mr Keate in answer to the Letters the lutb Chelsea May TWs have the hnuour to acknowledge the p vicrivfd af the Barvf aud bj tbelnitrd to SCOTLAND l H of by new and most eicel tlir folVowuig fom ihe harinsCross and Brll LucJ at reduced Fares LK BRIDGE KNAUESBORO N tiffationi ore counteracted py an antiseptic Pupils may be accommodated in tbe men established in doironi of renewing their anatomical may he accomatodiited with HO apartment to dissect in OTICE is hereby that application it intended lo be made in the next Session of Parlia ment for leave to bring in a Bill for more effectually emptying tbe Poor Ihe hamlet of ItatcliffT iri the parishes of Dan tuhenrise in the county of uud Liroe in the said county of And to alter and nu pMMdip the aoth ye f reign of his late Georje the 8econd inti u An Act for JegnUting the nightly watch and and better and cleansing Ihe strfjctn abd other and repnlringthe highwaw irithid the parishes of John Paul Shad fhe hamlet of Ratcliflevjhe parish df in rhe of and the pretinet of hi the liberty of the Tower of far tbe same lo the baralct of RatclitT and for oirire cffectuilly lighUngJ and improv nie the said e CHARLES of your letter of 10th und in cjeuieiice to the directions therein contained we request that you will be pleased to inform the Isolds nitd Cumrnisbioners for the affairs if Cheliea that we have with tbe ut most attention considered the plan fer converting tje buildings lately occupied by Lord Yarbo rough to the purpose an ixfirmary for the sick prisoners and ve have also considered of the proposition for an entirely new to be erected in Borne other part of tne ground and In comparing hdvantiiges between the two we beg lenveto state although the buildings lately occupied by Lord Yarbdrough are capable ot being pon verted into a convement iniirmary for the sick peueiojuers t and though the quantity of land Tiie is no duuht the lancl lie so histi as to make it lor the to be completely wood sViould be and raany ot treea be cut to a free circulation ol so necessary to an nnd a hel tprtil colonnade should be added to the house for thf ar aud exercise of the With regard to erecting an entire new build it dots not appear to us that Mich be at all necessary evtu if it should be thought it ought to be everttd where the bouse Hoiw is Hearts it us beiaf the driest partof the aud at the grruter distance from the false and swampy ground near the the approach to which for many months in trie year Would be very improper for the convalescence of the We have the honour to Your most obedient humble Signed Es Secretary to the Cotu Chgsca Hospital 13i0 with your letter ot tbt beingaiiacre sufficient for the inrirmary FKURV BRIDGE UEITORIX TARN BY STAT SPOO NUJvtBER 6f 8 13 5DDL Betides100L Afl to be Drawn In One WIFT and respectfully inform the Pub that TICKETS and SHARES ireon Sale at their 31 Cbartar Na 31 ildKai the of the Hatf Ticket an4 win be IL 9t8d L Eljhth 1 Sixuemta a following onl tii i uv numerous to mention and evriy Mail aa usual crcry Expeditions Post only Oae NigM y M oiuiiig at and Wales Mail erery Erenmf and Morning und Oxford KW Poit and CheHen every aoil Ojfoi We of FRFNCH SPANISH AND ITALIAN cdebnted DESCRIPTIF PE UES avec ficularly to all and airing and free from any inconve nience frOib as Settled to be Yet we cannot hesitate foe a moment to that an entirely with the modern improvementin buildings of this arid constructed expressly for an infirmary for aged peculiar tii many re frtusttiBve considerable advantages over tbe best infirmary that cojild be made out of any or any otber buildings We have the honour to obedient humble Signed BENJAMIN George Soaues iu tff tbe Letter of the Chelsea May amhonoured with the directions of the Lords and Commissioners for the affuirs of this by the favour of your letter of the 10th of requiring an opinion On the comparative advantage to the hospital of the plan for converting the build ings lately occupied by Lord Yarborongh to the purpooeof an or of that for erecting au entire new building on some other part of the To state the estimate of the expence of the new compared with that oi altering the present must beg Day mrnT f at Pai By GKOUGE in tbaftaye ParOTwltMJWV To transmit the several In answer td the 6rt I leaveto refer to my report made to tbe Board on the April On the second mast that referred to are not made outin but general and therefore can not Bat after atten tively jcqnadpring the J plated in toy that tbeexpence of alterationflpnft to convert the premises toge new after con ibottt the and as it is prouoitd tn clenr nway ti e jfi a tiie oid on the sides of tlie stableyard and in older to make of a proper breiidtn for the wards of tiie an i tor thf purpose of liuviiiw wiuuows liolli Allies of the win then ofjeii towards llie the a continerl nxt to trie olijectioits nugiit uot have fieen renmikexl in tlu lirst consux inon of die the of this having tKpn the residence of ijolLr when it is explained that intplfaant aspect ueie lined to oHu and that all tlie principal ronins towurdithe it uill be xvhat not objectionable a tlie of art dividual may oecorue so altered for a large number ot diteased persons to be coiitcted together in Appropriating the iwellng house lajelv cupted by Lord i to an wjtu tle KcHteil I tter of the 15m of for windows to be on Loth side of in passages wpli u acceap to each war I not easilv ttilmt of those which should adp n cadi distinct In so important a pap f the establishment as tiie it will r t be improper to m situu 10 i f the nrst it impossible to piucnre it an appearance corresponding to r and consequeiice of the ret of and ttat requiring greaf altera and being iu mauy pans Lot Irrs mut be expected to decay sooner than a Necessity this ptHn toe two stories vents formation of ot Chelsea on the 1 by compliance ltth directing me to tiansijiit to tor he information of the Lords and tnissioners for tlifi affairs CheUea iny opinions On the comparative advantage to the hos of the plun for converting the atety occupied by Lord Yurborough to the pur an or of that fur erecting an ntire new building on some other part of the as proposed by Soane To state the estimate of the expence of the new pith that of altering present building Aud if in my To suggest a still more for the v1 On these three I submit opi nion I have been able to form in theshort time tbat has been afforded me for the purpose and i to as ihe propriety pftlwtopiuion must very much I the broad part of the w depend on ray entertaining correct vieus of the I30 crowded with plantations as to he almost t t r 1 i tn rf air TViriffj io it was supposed that niucn txpence not Je acceded and tliat more of could nbt be prudently to the hospitalj but if tuese do not now I humbly coiceive the tirit pkui aiiould tie BO longer The situation on the arcording to Soanes third is free from the that have been against the tirst pi The height ot thr ground auove the river admHa of its being thoroughly drained in hnth I am net aware ot any annoyance that an on the under coutd to and us it a free tlatioinon all I am of opinion it s preferable to that of the first in giviug this I supposethe ground lo be so far as to leave only a few trees a moderate particularly hich is now I beg leave a few preliminary 1 impervious to the passage of There is also i r j a stagnant water in the middle of the I imagine the subjecfQiwier consideration is to broad together with a cunsideri refrorHfvl mnrptliHn BSa rommon of an spncs of land below the surrounding walks be regarded morethan as a common case of an infirmary this establishment being an asylum tor both in respect to the ordinary infir mities of old and in respect to permanent hurts received in the course of a military An iufirmary is usually provided for the tion of persons who are temporary and who seldom expect to resort to it a second time but here a great number are to regard tile during the residue of their as the object for which they were admitted into tlie hospital and in his letter t9 of the lath of pro vision to be made for at kast being onesixth of the whole number of housepeo LTnder these tbe infir mary claims to be a principal part of the esta no less accommodations for tha comfort of the pensioners thanjthe main of tbe hospital and according to the observation of in his Uu dated the 20th of It certainly that hospitalTtva and naity spncie ot land below the surrounding walks all which I suppose woidd be filled with the teriuls that would be afforded by aad other operations in to form an iocliried plane from the upper terrace to the one by the effectually to prevent the lodgment of Inregard to the second I must pre UKU drawings are not sufficiently made out lor correct estimates to be formed of the cost of the work the d rawing j are rough sketches of the arrangement of wards at the oW and are only rrpresentations of the for shewing the situation of a new The and pnrt immediately connected for the accommodation of form but a part of an intinnnry there are other appendages for the attendants atid which must tklfke be added for either tlie old or building a proper ynti m tbe were not 1 far as the will tlie o is be taken for supplying Jherf in every way that can benefit the Onthe first I beg to that there three referjed to Soantfs letWto of jbe The first plan is for appropriating the pre latt to tbb ptTrjttsscs kind of estimate I ran give upon the first in the present state of the ia quantity of new buildir g to for tlte according to the appears to be about half of the cjuan of old burning a considerable jart of must be to make two s sjfories of and all the old will require to be aitereri for an therefore be a boot The of a withou t 1 estimate iu the following   

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