Day, September 7, 1809

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Years available: 1809 - 1867

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Day (Newspaper) - September 7, 1809, London, Middlesex SALES BY On oe PRICE o SlNDAY iifthe Charity of St OM in ibr by ttie M Curate ana Lpuiug Lecturer of iij Luoilon aj3 Afternoon lecturer of Si aud that itt trie bv the uirn and Joiut Lectarer at H and at three in the hf by the and two Haunches I TurilfJ or sent per HI rit5 Cnffeivnoone and Bucklen wiH tills day dress a fine TLRTLE inio ready at twelve wo Haunchn of VEMSjOfi will be read r lint one at nnd one qiimhrr of Hnttdrtd and Fortytvo ABBOTT and Mr SIMSON at at ShernfbM al from Tollbridge tic property o CHARLES Umlaf domestic roafcrf design anil aad coatxtaialiall the to form a a mtan nrar fi will beremdy at SCHOOL OF i qilK AUHI mi11 CKKMipt J U I rommrnre the bTrinninif of by and Or junul T Allen Theory of Carry and ii o and Drsrnsos of Hmhet and by Haiibtunj ar Laws by Raifhton Structure and of I IK Tii bj n hew stvrnl with tlMMe ill Ilinciplrs und Practicje TWiirt i Si ThiMuass Utmpital are ap Uui f thr of i wHnta I si fg sftirtB A extetikrra of vHttio beaotifally formed by embeljwhed utth plaotatiwtand JtateJj and begirt wtift healthy Tbe FarmhoW aad aWlt acabrroin oat fr Tiewjitfie gmritn rery jtrodncdve tie are itumerotM ishjubbery the TOntcrrilory fvcttdt Tbe the of wlilcb aiyWpy from ineasura ftfl the ranainiler f ImmidUte o Mbdenf ami rid Oirt BjrMr BCBI IwoVebne Slur I Uarnt froib J F rt at Half ptot PRIM IS OF WALES In ci J oihru wtft rtil from Ralpfa Bfv t a rrmsrkaWy fittt i sdd aKows m M R tfee is at t I nnnrer all m mi DuoManVhiH rlr i il i to thr by so rur I iiilrinrn ran stp pn buacd from a y ot Uf r to K A I E U replaces i fro i i ii OK tn ljc z ry Jil vo to prenerre a ttir i uml no Teeth 6e moil l sipprar bf thosti C iML aid DOCK be i SHARES in tbe KMHIM ami Tiinroes and HxiMers f n Cuxl Brixtol nilj Britbli Ale Breweries iii M r kriiturtn Day Nkirspa p lid Rnck Anurance Com r to Thowai New EVtn Cdf GLAZI be DISPOSED the BUSI 1 and in c iriucipal streeis in tuwo of in t v baefc fern rairirti onby the I anceeM fur ntiout funrtren TJic MS liave every coiivenuuce for the arr which may be or a be I fur a term of years the tools nad fixtures to lie I1 tin al a fjir valuation the stock is at present il IK rluced agreeable to the the pncr pnrfiriitnrt niiy be hsd of Bishopsgatr or pbst J the trill be at of and v various qaalities together Binall HtN Votes for at ih Seven JL orf the hiin OTj about the moi Cot of Exturrt referral l will begin aid FoV rizes if ariuj No fourth Edition of of GENERAL ESTATE DI The Disappointments which an daily experienced delay of the insertion of AJver tisfeitaent hi manyof the from tbe necessity of to the Public that man of domestic and foreign which they nje to principally and tbe serious inconvenience and Oft often attendant call for the applica lit pro ra flit MATfiRLBtS BncWreilt DweHing ioonvantl utbef twtbuiUtojrs ctn brick a treat numba uifu boartisv atthesi aiid pnrtoieueB i gotten and pmnpi ill I tj moot desirably being on AVest aide of Altfemsrlesjreet ctntaJM on a neat weJi jrOportipne4 dj aba 3recsingrooD on the 6ftt a with srlrtdows the floor urnameoted balcony Dedfdonii onttr and tecoud and coirvenieut oflfces on thr basemeat story hcb for of ao u terra ot 21 SfiOJect toa tow of per nOm iirinirdiatr posxrssion may are fdnr storwjs tain two on a artfitted np with in the and neatly arcbW supposed yearly value if each lumtax S and IK a FREErTOLt iii iE a large and commodious Mansion tfiitnirj In l c avenient th hot and an ixtciivire fiill of aud upwards of ls yf divideB four anl I lit 11 of a farm adjoining the I r a and ronwnlic pdrtoT I be COnWjof though Jnllea i A of the MauBiaa tnay q if he Partinlars ap P i Lomloo pr to Aitirnry at East to SL RESI M with a and SOLD by PHI by acapacious Bricli beapHfully divtfsincd jiTea und a small paddock By bis at by mier of the AMigncct ol CHARLES a SEVERAL uncleared of BdtfS HOLD capital od Tbe FuPiiiUires whicb wW be SoM only SO comprising the usual BtsortmeJitxf bed teadsaiui cabinet artirics by direction i J 25 A i oTthe ASsigtieeH ana looun lots of booksgntre fo Mirioi and variuiis The Hpnse and conlaius spacioot hill lufhlyripectable i a email rfooiMtK 1 rv appropriately fittedoppietaeb for 12 horses two nnd icrvantsroom The ptftuore Ii urc tnsteroity in a lawn and exten stocked itb a profusifin ot fruittrees und fofty obeo be brtirrcn the hours of twelve and may be had of 1 near the to whom pro InI ropvrty are to be twule T a and RLIC AE within ftj miles aud pleasantly situated at a commanding 1 T Premise are EnbEtadUttil nod re recently expendeda large money iMiitainmg a diuing aud atpanous tuut 10 a willresortedTfapi tbafTOJipslbe let a tbat handsome liaR and common crfoj dmiug variety of btd i neatly laid and fitted up umniouioBS for a flotnT fmted aiii attached phiy lugetlicr with a gbofl Tte whole well appropriate on an exten which tbc hicreusing ntrijnfcpurhopd insure many stagecoaches call at the nil its nrist render it worth the notice of ilia about a part of will be The returns ib oue toUn butts in ICn 111 I I Hi Neat Plate by on the in tbe Road leading from to at by direction af the neat Jand genuine 1 and a fctr fine paintings and and domtroMs otter of Mr Respectable Family By MUH N the at by dtrectjon of the Executors rflUE for an ooexpUed terqi of nint al a losr of an FAMILY in snbctantial ntnate ib the road ieaifiDf from to centnininK naneroa apart itt baatitomr abd light airy com pact arraneeiowrt f sluwestic At rfce vasnr will be the neat fenuioe HoOse hold and fine and nomeTflm other Valuable cad LeaseluilU Lhfelliuji Houst auu Preuiiseii siAiittd 90 Sonth side of Stbrtwell in tbe conuty By Mrttn THOMPSON ind bf tbc 1 tbe aiittoee two tf wrf hilery occhpitoby to be onr W tM wustde ajW twiveaJejit Stance foe of the boarJuwdt Coin H nte a rabiuntial well bollt Brirk perfect very banthome tofty with convenient throBih tke ana ith very excellent wall mad other food a froutcourt mod of Leaiebblft By A at by Order of wtnate ia built good two uf iS ioo Qumerpns to tb ntaud Castlei orof Jtion of an effectual Under tbis blendeS with the utility and advantage which the prcseul Dircctury is capable to af the Proprietor is induced offer tbe by anv jtS and admittance only of what it is sopbvipujly Information of various Property and for dis in any it is prove a coucen 4f for dapusal to both vender and Extrusive in swork of this is nn ooubtedly apd even inilispensable to its very though divested of tbe oiicorifinnetl and i contradictory the tedious and insipid irolixity of detaiU pn fantiiduable of which fre i the eotumns of our periodical publicartonj in the ifcaein day entireJy coosistj the Directory presents no of may hononr it Jbeir The and ap wrilcG the pt4o has niet with from most eminentawd socctSsKil In the their tifrtrs o induce him tb gnu uubjicreven the moaf general public in who to parchane or with poiiial t itself and begs tiiptat the iiud ease of apfau fijr aiuininy ao object ofge hrral ai fiieseut so and v declining of Intarmediate in apj concefn which appears in his anitliat it iijay be cwisjoerviJ as a maxim upon he invaHsbly to Tbe 3Dfrcctiry respectable CofTaebomes in at Ibr Inns and i Rootns in ttie Provincial Towns and wHch is annexed to this Bank Baptist Bedtord Tlusfell Arnis tower East Smith Cadogan Castle and Chapter Paternoster Commerrial Furnivals a saiidj he atteiMfcrJ the and after ner took off her when blood poured her and he had no doubt bat her death was occa sioned by external Sir ALAN in somming up the that althoujrffftlfad been in sinuated that the priooner haduta eifinity to the part of Georeei fgg rJofcrtrn Geor Hutc liens liSntbiAirn Wars London r cted by of thf abtmr mBBl Thrfrst year rvlrpar ipeusMiun 9 pfcr 8e a variety uf on different ouHiurt rtBatatlhv De rlii i In Wtaciens eWatei JttoiKr 8XP with Swan Stevenis SyinoniTs Co The White Bridalstreet TQWlSS ijuS Thif K Uw Sfaertsof Bay L tti r rfiHB FARMED JL BerKmicai ill votrfl rl f tctiu ftJKsiU of WUArif AP taal hree aadv ufiguiat municarioDa On the onr the Cheljaiftird CliippinV CTa Ealina EamiMit Eutiejd Etrhato Greiit ilford a Proouavil fin aod Yo wbon tur tbe Work tit msy b Tbe Parmwa far 36 t to 1803 price or in nine in wire Itt tfevotttmrt the Farmers pnh every Sublet roge Waitipsttad ff arrow Hartford Harluw Maiditime Reaolnj Siinhiore Albant Woolwich iHammrrsmith JtorsJiam received at at tANCASTER Antt is just trfrned of fourteen yvan of indicted for kilting and slaying Cbiber Edward boy fifteen yearsof thaton the 20th of last and several tlie aide of the canal at til when he aaw a tone epmtog froor the battlements of the in a curved which dropped upon the side of the of ibe wticb knocked her EHen Shaw she resides within abont twelve or fettrteen ynrdH from thfe bridge deceased and the and was hetdoor wben the citmmilHnce the prisoner round the Kef take op a wbicn she snp tiright be about four or five poun and then she walked to the top of the b the stone over it bhe didnot ee the at the norcould ahe whether prisoner looked over the bridge at the time dropped or Sbe des ceased ihriek she ran to her and the oiher ehildreo getting her i to the I amafniid it wa3 not in proof ttle fuir inference it wus a ciwldish act in throw ing or dropping the stone into the for tlie purpose of splashing the other children nl thouglv it had proved he wasafrakl it could only be considered as a childish however it was to be The Jury found her Not His Lordship gave permission for the prisoner to be dischargedat the and delivered to her George Beaton was indicted for killing and slaying William of Rochdale and also churgd upon an inquest of the Coroner It appfared that the deceased was a boy between nine and ten years of and Ke irwi the of the about the sane quarrelled about a penny and the to take his sons struck the oeveul parts of his and tor which thu In quest charged him with ttie lie gave him being supposed to have been the cause of his Walter a he was calkd in on the 13th of io attend the deceased lie found much fevtr upon him symptoms of internal iyanimation difficult respiration the abdomen painful to touch violence in tbe left leg uud hip a swelling from his left foot to knee on the right hip a stiglit The deceased lived from Thursday night to Saturday noon after life he witness opened the and found inflammation in the bowels afld The witness not being able to prove tbe deceased died of external the by the direction of the Learned found the prisoner John alias John was charged with killing aad slaying William at George Day that the deceased and himself were and worked in Liverpool On Saturday llth of after they had done work and had their it being a very tine they agreed to walk till four would be and they wouid bathe as they wera passing through they heard a noise at a house of illfame they stopped to see what was the when the prisoner came up to them apparently a little and said to niy give me something to which they refused to do the prisoner pushed violently against the door of the Uause of ill aad called ont Charlotte agirl the door the prisoner went and they dtftnofcA prisoner asked tneip n t re fused the prisoner then jumped and Ire wootd give themboth a good and be iipmediately strnclt the deceased a violent blow on bia got hold of and dragged him a back kitchen the witness followed to assist the und saw tbe prisoner striksJ the decejised on his which blow the and he fell with his head against the post and the prisoner uponhim the deceased apparently great to the I atn killed bring me a I slwll live a At the time the deceased wascalling the prisoner hud jot his legs upon his shoul the prisoner afterwards ran away out of the house the witness got the deceased into a and washed his by the at a carried him the girl wlio had in the and whom the prisoner had called she should not have the but theprinouer threatened to break it say ing heWHH a uiul name intimate with the prisoner some years but he had beru to and he so much he did not rfooflert She saw the prisoner trike the without any and aheletfouf wuicbmen imp the Louse iu COHJC juence of the atanfn that was Owen the surgeon that was sent for tb attend be he fouixi his breat boo deprived of muscular arrl all sation Sf Fetling iu that part gone a severe ro the of his neck to the back bone also a partial and cornpiessjon of the spinal tje attended the deceased till the Wednesday and then he Was taken to the the surgeon belonging tothe he opened the after and discovered broken ribs and knewing that t fie Deceased had been afflicted with a pal pearched abont tbe and laid bare tbe and found tbe spinal process of the 4th and 5th bone of the neck completely coats of the spinal aud the spinal marrow much injured and he was decidedly of opinion that tbe latter injury the cause of his Jahh theman who carried tbe deceased tothe infirmary aUo attended him in his djiiug moments the deceased forgave the pn and said he did not believe it was hisinteii tiro to but that it wan of The deceased reflected very much on bad for being out at so late mi and goipg into such a house and hopof that God would forgive The prisoner was ti John Lambert PartingtoiLf and George were iudicteri for burghin ousty breatifiK and entering the dwelling house of John and Mary of Black anif stealing a variety of to the amount of up 100U Uiat the house was broke open oa Ubi pisrtof wtw ;

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