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   Day (Newspaper) - October 2, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY KG AT SIX v ON DA Y r 2 1 PRICE SIXPENCE OF EAST INDIA hivrmable reception I haVeTnet with induces me itjrui to offer myself to v i jreitfnt thjt ha occurred in the V rhedculi of the hf of ynur Votes and Intereit TL nf nly service in iX are the h entreat your support acd 1 i s pledgts of the zeal hrrr frkUflvours shuil be exerted your should you be pleased to IT a mark rf our 1 have thr honour to ami Yuiir faitiiful JOHN shire C rvnrnp ineAt dairy at thc Ciry of London tominunication will bi tnank and a of j i r or wit out at per i near thc Maiv 1 dav dress a remarkably fine Tunic U AUo a Haunch of Venison ci Vrnikon at any Turtle r tlie on the morning of irn Mrrifaguc Russell SPOTTFU DOG had encravtd Wymtham f Whoever will bring him to j i Ruwell shall receive TWO No higher Reward will be SALES iV At THIS nrar By at reebod at 4 Particularly valuable atkd improvable FREEHOLD coaming oR 2 J4l of ver y rich AiMH nnJ Wood eX ricnicly well calculated for Ibc nonrifbraeut and growth of hiving at this lime a very larie quantity of fmr yuunji aud other urts of rn the greatest vijfinir of which rircnipstnnce proffers to the much larjer intorrst than nsunl rousitinp of Seamen in tiie pantli of in the ocnrpntwnj of Mr Ralph teoant at containing 370 3f Taimers in the paKh of 111 rile occiipMiftn of Renj nnnjit a4 rnnt 2H lP about fivnuilrs from and thrti tioin KrisKlf ITI thr parish uf Newtk in the ffcnpalirn of John Irnnnt ami cmilaiuine IB about tire tnilrn finm frojn and two three vrry six Miudiy conrenirnt aud requisite in v ilrsiraMy nnout twmty four nnd in liitnuntv of mi to from Lou rrn bulti Riuidrii e at near Iy at Can at mmilarjy vuluulilr ami desir ablc FREEHOLD R KSIUENCE and iritlj immediate of a iemarVnbty lubstaji Hal and handromv Brick the rerfidpuce of A DAVID PA rnulmnmj vrry second theGtli will be pub twelve with a closet to die ball THE LONDON 3a the Court at Queens Pahcevthe of the Kings Most Excellent Majesty in This Day the Right Reverend Father in God Lord Bishyp of Ma sworn ofirisMajestys Most Honourable Privy aadtookhis place at thc Board At the Council Chamber at tie Queens Pa the 27th tie Lords of his Majestys Most Honourable Privy It this day ordered by dieir that his Grace the Lord Archbihop of Canterbury do prep IT tbe horm of a Prayer and Thanks giving to Almighty God for die protect on af forded thc King s Majesty during a long and an arduous reign such Prayer to hie used in tile service appointed for the after the General which would bo Think in all Churches and Chapels in reverence due to whit is aucu England Wales town of j boast a course of long obv on Wednesday the twentyfifth of Octoto recommend It W cn ber being tlie day his Majesty began his j find it thr o happy it is licreby further the patriarchal diat his Majestys Printer da forthwith print a competent number of copies of the said Form of snd that the same be ith sent round and read in the Jaims jnrl William of Arm Letter of the 3aiag Simon Silvester 2 Rfchard nf TUtther and of Friday wanhoiife Richard a v 1 of Queen ami rhnnias BaL oj Clare 1 lawkes and David i nf of and Vs ot John roinljnsoi and Join of cai Thomas Crodeii and Wm of PhUip and George Curling of itirtlf the Popr gives 1 After th his bentdictim to the people p S e year is out tlie holy gate is bhu blessing the anl arid leaving pf gold and siiver rne iJ to b closedup in meriy gWat iiumbcrs fromal to s jUniinei bV have ves thcir nil have rt c i THE CEREMdXYOF THE The antiquity the religiniis of Ju if we tiic ft the On be ch VMS n fina of li above transactmns ot the firs sacred prim i rive fsVr presumed that such a period will be with tht it to cf over to 1 in of his n jn GU pardon to all Ins ge it not t and could c its ir ihc paj urdi 1 it G the ulirc er a O lose niiiHiy cuiivenient duaestic thde j nffirUB arr conipiised in n larfe lirick in a and coualst of n llifce witli II standurg for four j exrellent and serrral serrauHi icionf over tle i rapiUil a tiilii aud tufty rlplijlitnl ploxiure i iclily i unaiufnted witli pai nrulaity Urge I rlijilily ul the entnirice to the bciuitrful truly Tillage of uol uiilcs fmiu about 24miles frnm a valiluhle Freehold as capublf of reach live most doiraUly lilnaic for aJ wriU nieei With a cornj ami a Fncliphl routnin iiii tiur a most t tonic to t likiwise tuo Fii th containing about 14 of vrry rn li N n m her o f T H ST A M FORD I1NERAL B John Ci the Pro 1 he nbovr Inuerwill lie FiiiUv nnd will hcimt txpciitinMs AdvPrltsiinents In tlic I Hy to Houndj c Churches of hngland and VV and the town or LLSa genteel few i I of the a premiiirtirin bt Pledgesef ayply to STEPHEN At the Council Chamber at the Queens the JTth of the Lords of his Majesty Must Honourable Frit It is dm day ordered by their that Minister and as well of the j Church in that part cf thc United Kingdom called as that of thc Episcopal Communion protected and allowed by an Act passed in tlic tenth year of her late Majesty yucen intituled An act to prevent the disturbing those of tlie Episcopal CommurJon in that part of Great Britain called Scotland in 111 i oi i rormu iM PfRTY by Act of Pdi in good re lnn ci ain Mablmg for livr horses f T niulW and and UIIUK vIIU hv PR p aird eiiuancc from the inplote repair lit vnd rs t Actimf who is for To bi in the most Ihe u anl d rTnletc with every arrommo n fui B family uf ttc fnut thorongli an extrusive Bullet in UKrciitrt of ISO of The of excttleut con maikrt and ost U and to IMTJ whole j and ttic Laurltm rt I lie raoilrni mid Fklum and Furni if asreraWe to tbe Voichiiser imine in tlie Housi 3 Messrs By exercise of their religious and in the R00m Gnucdurch uso the Liturgy of the Church of and n r v r i for rcpeajine the Act passed in die Parliament ot A Valuable Coikcuon of such species of PROj infinilcd JAn Act arrd at ome time during the exercise of the in such rcspcc e or en the iiday next ensuing the of being otSer valuable both of Nature and the day OB which his Majesty began his happy put up their prayers and thauksgiviig to Liil r lie Jequired to be 5oW absTractedJy in j in the This collection will affurd Art f o iXuistrynivt By at Lv ordrr the LL the GKOUUVG CtlOES nu the of thr Intc tiitr Ihirliaot Haf of a live ares of a qiuinttly nf of I ruou rtar rui rant jnnk WX yiuus of eud plants of ALL tl nou5 nfout ith other ih ir tluilitr of a Houmv on the to pullril silinlry uiil klioji irotxl suiMlcy aiid oilier Tlie jotatotts are put iu inuull lots for the cojvc nicrcc of llir Public 1 may 1inrurlber i X i 1 near be PRIVATE hy WINSTAN eSPORTING hunt ift and will mile from tile high road lo in tinmidst of Ihe with ra riiflits Tlie Hoiffie codiuitB of fire uicv two Pre two and 1 at n nioy bt Iind of rr where a PUu anil NhY FIVE THOUSAND 1 on ocw aix Wf Wy improved to i vir j wr in One 2Od 1 Fv and 0 ini and Jtmesi art ucw itIICKLTS and in the present truly A i r lAj irior of the present rs having a sure Chance 6f tlic l ai the will be drawn iO ONE the niy be gjinfd by Orte Number nd ot waitirgln aniious sita illfor in csce I V that of Cblifascr lit made in pursuEiiie of fno several tnf 43d year of M farther hnnrovenent of the by and other Works at jcjomraodiuon ci thc East India Shipping and the otlicr passed in the 46th year c bis 1 tor akerinj enlarging the powers of the 1 j cr u of or 1 by or from the and regulations r of the said ArU or cithic of will be after the Sd day of years from the 3d of the day by yirtiie of thr said Acu were jt the Compensation Coutbtll London for the purpose of c prcixded conformable to the di ihi of in thv cose mide and f at the Office except J citM n to three or licr oi the Commissioners of 1 Cleri and TATE Oi PORTUGAL AND nvo illustrattd with i of Portugal and a View of thc Bay of A interesting Ocvafla 3 uhc the Karthyuakc at De IlnManuscript bv Nutes on the present State of Uidt Kingdom Translated from the by JOHN iiii Printed for may be n 1 jiroof I l price or 4arge 1U6 The Lilc and Campaigns of Aclolphuk the Great of the ii err of the inttnstine yrorju tiathas ever aj L Leasehold Twieken tUKiyf P1JI on the ou tlic Banksof the rjnHE LEASEHOLD JL lue term of of cnivetiicat Hoosi and of a Prrsounf pleasantly situate ou llir Tliauies at snbjict to u trtflicg of nejanuuni the neat Houitluiid pier aiJ Aeld oUicerbinaiqutxand wilU hcdauil rarpet Te and ollicrs POST AN rt Auction at I liy order of tlic Ti NE tliciusuid yards of Wack Fureipi nnl Rnglkli of smnliy Furuitiire roirsiMe of nnd fcatlisr hcds wabojBiiy Waf daw els of ttJ wiib aud au wiin additioiiil jby Clo mnhogany library an t cliivrc oa a mauilc cut uWc koiw a jgntatuary dore and tmrbjc cbiuincj preps 70 incuts of tur Kath anti three kitcheq with a sloul a qauatttT of ru aod cofrcf aoI pumrrouS of the MONTH thc uholr of tlic STATE LOiTEUY rill be Drawn in OtE 1CHARDSOK aod remind tlie tbm pujicUasris in the IxiKwy be befope he Both in us the whole bt dcaded in Twclrc Four Tickets of eacb 00 Only 1 1 u And not Three Blanks to a Tickets and Sluirns Sao Old corner the Gate of thc Wewj Cbarins ny nod THIS that lihej TBISH respectfully rejnindi thc tJ the STATE LOltERY not only begins but un the aoth of Month all who wuh to have a chance to E1GHTY THOUSAND by the purchase of a single must buy before the drawing the whole on4UAg of in wiU be decided in Tickets nnd Shares are selling in great his Old Established Offices iu and by law Lotuses have been Almighty God for die protection aTurded he Kings Majestf during a S long And an arduoits COT TH Thomai of dealer and chap u S Tcrultry Cause the trumpet of the Jubilee to sound It shull bt a it shall biholy to A Jubilet that year be to In the yinr of ye co 44 A field shill ijo out in thc year ol tc Then thc house not in tlu 41 shVJ gj out in the year of If he hii fie J irnm the When Jobileq their be Such are terms iu vie find impiranL period and In our crnntiT LHIS seen1 to have been uniformly attended Old does not mention it in the reign ot Henry having been it observe In ot it is particularly noted uud uv ice no ieason why similar n be paid to it in the reign ot George Yve tn Arts ae rurvjst The by make A bv C i o n i I r Co Ccm vith from ien so con n most prdctscd at h is lately directed his at in die principle cr SLcreo tlio plate and lu li so far ai to Have copud a series oi medals in the fatalities have atended to be wu remiin btill untlauntcd amidst the wreck oi But let us return to Now this the of upon the dav of Brice the day on by Etheireds by Ivs ft thir he all the Danes in lus formed luudabie design the murdered aged 50 rears a which Par county ot by wo king up itsown to lianvnt nons was pel rnicieJ tn proxy luldeii at Westminster upon i The 1lar mill duou a of a tor u pose new From an Jtddress Oturge oi duller aii4 OctobtJ 1 and at Dean ew Luiiddn Cnuched make the memory ot his acceptable by of gracious govern as in a year he granted his gene ral and special pardon to offenders without fine or fee paying to the set prisoners at T and VT N such as were in the grievances of hu people pestered with in tle worsted Jiosiery trade the counties of part of and A of Ne M October and Novem ber at Ji Mar tins John of New London Crutched raer Octobrr and at at Martins Canrjn of dealer at at and November at at LJS ing BrcaU John of West near des itr and October at and Noviruber at at Ibillipsou aad iuple Janus iiiiUiji October at jt and November at at the wara Iunpie aud IVmplc t of Blyphcs W hhe Cros3 and October at at Novejubtr at IJavid Rosen aud Crown James of dealer and October and ai it the lofitiiie Gor and Hinry ot Carionbiiry j October 1 Atl the doublings of he commanded diat pleas should be henceforth made in noi in a necessary if it had been as fiiliy especially if with all he had or dered the same should not be written also in that his people mijrht know their own du It is observed that the law of confirmed also by this about a do several times confirmed by King dirring the years of t whiih that branch trade has hi jjerto been of has given an ac count ot the ot the or sugar of in severai particularly iu profuse caai s He worjjy of a trial i been An has diso mordant for wood rd rust and i TT 1 ll said not to be interior o tli Some pinion that it is a least in Bc fur a kind ri tor po vhicii are ot inanu PolyJore in his on occasion will pivba are about to be ccn i which in ucigh A of this should not be omitted for famous custom of our Kings ako ujxin Afnuiidy in imitation of a p imrroveiricnrs in and feed as manypoor as diey are years ot This is referred to celebration which King brewers and Edward made nf his 50th in regard to the j vessels ol he uumbers which number lie calls the Jubilee of j or oilier metal and in case tlieir Bat is he imparted grace to I are too large ti t so he also took order to replenish his may ie purse selili in or rxver the poor commons vines tilled have any thing which they pay not j Some haveconsidered it as synonymous they routan the Fcusi which does if we may I by a rabS tli a particular c aiFectlr tliey arc to if rniking these to suostitute tlie one piece of the ca To prevent the fl ids which lined with tin or likewise that all such James rrancis Clerkenwt11 ealer and October acd November 11 at dealer and October elevuii 71 Lincolns Charles of seeing at at Robect r GutLue aad Colin tyelye at the Glbliii Cornelius at the Old Thomas of i jttle New Shoe at credit profane appear to be maintained j e Thu1 thelexrn places requiring inverted and secu ed Josephus tells that alter rces j riries fmm the contact of the surrounding carrh tablihed thc Serviceof the boih he and j or may be made in the same ia hrs countrymen sokrnnized a feast tor eight place omitting not any kind of lawful denominates queuing aud honouring God in he assumes that strong ma hyron sand rejoiced they at this j fortified seeing contrary to all j after loatr thev had recovered tin riV1 J and in Tuis ir in to John of mer at at thfi fcilobe Jhoma of ML it at tbe Roebuck Joho oi at at the titar ten John of Rumney lror at at the Hash Ta late yf at at James Bolton and Fletchtr of at at the Eagle and Child OcL James ul Man and W iUlam of at at theflijdgewater John of iron at at Edvvard of Henrietta Cavendish wine at GuildhiliC Arenioald HaimU ton David of at at GuHdhalL Occ iereminh of at at O Itomas at at tne Richard Ireland of at at the Rummer Ta Joba of mer at at the Globe LivrrpoeL CERTI 21 William late Ralph of John late of Peroiyal Jqjwol BrpjjeK Dauid of Tiedshaw of L William of Hosha West PARTNERSHIPS John Thomas Thomas and Isaac of Merton calicop Yoyrie arid High agricultural aad of Man C OI Uie llJbcl f rrj T citraordicary are the tacts yfhjcb that thc Public U tranjacted or ChArinp London whcrr all the Public U transacted with firftttj and c ahole tie enteKainiBcntof while Please l I authenticity u univertally j remark tie Srate it tlie only Lottery THiS Thomas Thomas SCIL ana Tho Marianne and Harriet of South Moulton iomas of jamea Clarke and Chzrlcs Thomas of ivlne aud Joseph John J John or erected their and their ancient i the orders that wars made for tlio e that should come whereby it was may be hii acfru in the p ruilt r to or of place ot the space nftiyht the TeJiuudiiig of the should Lc filemiiizrd the ccranotiifs and tin vind ever tJiat until thus we celebrate i lie Ieus caled die Fcust of for This reason in my this is so began to shew us a light con trary to In consulting the life of Pope CkmtHf a Frenchman and who succeeded Ren net in the Papal Chair Li we that of his ordination the Jubilee or Holy Year was aiul ojicr terraqueous use of in tiie teration in the of the thermomet proposed an al sell to him luring a as being on tlie proposes to the g course of pnn a d of the at human body in health of no hicenveniencJ heat or ill die on Fahrenheit brought to he celebrated every With subtracting bii the Popes it was set apart for granting adding 62 By Boiufhfe it in imitation of tie ordered to be celebrated every hun dredth Lrbun to and Scxtus in Catholic it was con tinned in the year there is a iind of Jubilee on the exaltation of every The ceremony observed at die first is dils die coming to open the ho if knocks thrice widi a golden and at die same time j of inay lor any any degree 1 ical rd old Je Us decrees below will be JVe swted some a a bv Sue had rH ne the ai he has srnce public and il tJlUUH pronounces these words of the j far rVip mrismis i mlti purtas xvhercupoh masons throw downthe when his Holiness the penitentiaries come and him with lioiy he takes up thc cross and en ters the sinHng Te Deitm at die same rime three cardinatilcgaBS break down three other holy thai are at Next morning Open to me the fates of and 1 will go in various A sub of celerity or a h is been opened at Vienna to enabe him to his The machine i is formed of two parachutes ot whiJi I mav bo folded up or at pleasure theperson who moves diem is placed in tha art of printing frorn stone contrary to le Next momjng i great success in At unto tium laj cxil 1s slgne jn tlw churches ot hV Grtatfr first ra of S f Wm at of This is performed at and the next D people bis ubilee Stutgardt a printing office had been fov An more extensive applicaticn of this in Xhe engraving of muoic is the chief German   

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