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Day (Newspaper) - October 12, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY PKICE SIXPENCE KINGS iiLRhy that Tickets for Taylors on the above he issued by at Bishopigate till the Itnun who have already srm ia their ii for their Tickets early as pos I ROVDON hcrcoy that on the the LROYDON CANAL wm be opened the Navigation from the Town of Kivcr rhamrs win be By order of the PATRICK Clerk to the Committee wirh this undertaking iHtli aj arc rcidv to receive pftrfpM j P1111 Office of Such favydf sealed rp the Virginia Coffee CornhitL on Or which day the Committee uf taking the ssmelnto By order Of JULIUS 1 7th between and Goodmans TWO i NK Nov and arrment of which has been V same to the Bar Water Thames Kings d a few fibeIfrely part of tow be for a regular from buslocstj tu take the cam tu Uneiceprii uauire of fore Crip Capital coloured Messrsi SHARP and at the Bank Coffee at A Capital assortment of Oriental the last f fine collectidn of and remarkably Urge and coral ajid cornelian necklaces foine rathiohahte gold sundry articles of LT arcauuoe ha7e a thoroughIcnowledge of ot kerning of be Fjr further pardculars C Carey near coumyof To be a quantity I now grow tag as High i be DISPOSED I SHARES in the EAGLE IN3O i I iCF on whitb aDiridend viU shortly be Fencburch K GROCERS and TRADE F an GROCERs SHOP in vnOi tlie addition of Britith Wine L m the high and within two miles uremiurojmd rrnt maderare the stock and Inouire of Mrv VQW House and Estitt Neiciogton tended Capital Building Materials of a Residence and re cently repaired and new near and AP on tht at THE valuable and useful BUILDING MA TERIALS of a tubatanlial Aeridence and late hi the occupation of comprising iaree quantity of superior brick work recently l n1 oak wauscaamf JHIUCI the principal part entirely gtaed sashes and lead lights and old and other useful 1 y 1 1 I rv y An wducci Hundwi st aii Jother now fit ana worthy litnotice of who are in the rf contrjacunj toUT thty have but a short land toji vmg wjOi all parts oTthe Tovtewthe to Warwick rod 91 Cabinet requiring roomy ED the LEASE d welladapted work in the above The wholehasbeen re iM foi i loBg The Stock not at option of tbe B1 he into another pwt to A D I with coach hiie srablinR for sewn detacbod jii hav ow and Meadow adjouitog North of To be DISPOSED i by and for five or of a flsost I in complete in a ro cemuinrngCTSPt bed cnafc an elegant butlers Gen and other ejiccllCJit ehajse Millie and a carriage an in wbich a Urge productive irJ hav cow 6iW fed a and about tkirty of TBry supmor ihe flf and water anialso i right pews v The siiuationaf A u y severa r mly be EadDy applyingto u Fcnchoreh v D eitcnsive and valuable Premises in To be LET or in with immedatfr i ui 3K fCK of large Union Street and JBlackfriars w tfre well calculated for Paper Ware i or any The are enclosed with Wty fitted up in the best have coftvefil rooms attached thereto the whole of whicl are For IsrUcuUr apply to Sur Church wnere Liuldingi aud grounq be ARABLE i be MAW dxnUei from Furnished or for the term T tocriher with the gardens and pleasifft Joinndtyxrfland Af oMjon of Jhe iu to lOOacresi the above ii pleannlUated the comt ul rich prospect the principal Oaff i a cotaveuient store chwa a conveiiiem siwrc with conuinlng a jeijranrs a sccbnil and r twuif utther particulars inay be byap Surveyors and Land THIS 1 To Ciprairu of Inn Tavern and Remaining Stockjf NEED at his Old Broad Royal at ALarpe and valuable oiFGUT lotted for convenience of prStbefamlHa abd the trade kn4 llutult knives and in plain ami tip nprnmu el Jtjp6 dozen portable ditto in also three capital fowling pttno Freehold Public MMdlcsexvaad Absolve Reversion to a freehold Tfter of B A VERY bompaet FREEHOLD PUBLIC tHe blefcamlr and parish of and good situated Orsef Tn ttje at thdr Sjacions CovtntOaidaVrtW Assortment of UNREDEEMSD from Payne of Bath conslsUng of a great vatlitf of fine Mid repeating and by firstWiOwsVfPj L i rilk md cotton gentfegvna wtaajir bed Valuable Leaiehold Sj JOH14 at 4e Macicyonli Armi Commercial at by order of the in Lop COMPRISING Three valuable LEASE HOLD DWELLING HOUSeS and de sirably situate and being and York Commercial Road thirteen Dwelling Edward MileEnd New Town and one in near Alderigate Street let to respectable tenants at at i rental of per annum held for Vfrf long subject to a very trifling Householtl and Caraberwell on the Vicarage House1 near at by order of the the late ALL the genuine HOUSEHOLD FURNf comprising fourpost and other bedsteads and goose feather bids 4nd mahogany set of mahogany dining Srawjne and dining room pier and chim ney cafpetir large kitchen and iron and other other To Jan By EDWARD on die nearly op Clements at LEASE of the above desirable PRE ju four stories cantaining two three rooms on each a capital r Jorny large andvarious domestic c oncniences held for a tenn of two years and a quarter from Michaelmas at the lowrciit of SOIper At same dme will be Sold by the Household Stock in consisting of with ivory and various elegant fancy m which line a successful business has been carried on In the above premises for upwards of 80 Capital Steam By on the the Eagle Maid South at of Bradley and dls lolvirig A CAPITAL Fourhorse Power STEAM by and with all the apparatus wftfi orick and a quantity of cart Iron and lead pip Excellent Leasehold and By on at by direction of the of Mr John Taylor and Mans Fleet A conslsdng of a spacious commodious Dwelling four stories with extending 6O feet m depth in a commanding preferable part of Fleet Street held for an unespired at a low rent At the sametLne br a few of Stock in House hold and other Professional and House Persons Jpusaf or Exchang ol Ptafettf toaoyway raWettfully that DIRECTORY to be continued of his GENERAL Wtp be pqbUihed on 1 catcsUted to daily experienced hi delay by many of the imetdc and Foreign Infor and for which they to the call loudly for the ap with and ad capable df the Pro iisregn only oT what it ii obviously AND prove a concenfrated source knowledge Of for I J TjT a 1 jjc of Dispose deferencejshe peruBi of tie leave to hiutat the sintpOcity ig an objaet ofpiteial itnpor and Declining M appears and maxim upon he mvari Caitle and Chapter Furnivali Georges Garrawa General Grecian Clouees Golden Grays Hatchetts Oofiee Ibbettbi Langbourn Ward Cc London Coffee F Oxford Coffee Hou Portnuoi Po Princvtf Waless C r respectable Cogie Houses in ial Inns indHfadujg Roqmi in throughout the United IN icedle Russell le I Iternoster fine old Bv at fail Great v ENUINE HOUSEHOLD valuable collecdon ot rare oW japin and othercnrious both useful and aTewf ne onginal pic tures comprising large fibrary x g k Oxford Fenchurch if iduft Stock Eiciange Coffee Jamess Coffee Jamess Street Pauls and Doctors Commons CtfBee Pauls Church Swarf and Two Lad Srevrnss Bond Symonds Inn Chancery ITxe Henrietta Covtnt Fetter Wills CoSee York Bridge Mevlers Library and Reading The Green The Three Deigfctons The Swan buu The Wettons Library and Reading The The Spread The White Hart The The Assembly The Harroj High Arms Tr AW Market The White Hi Waltham CrosSiThe Four Windsor The Printed for where Adveniseinents fffJsmgiiveavand Street and cor ner of tfiejaoyal thelMrettory may be had and of aU BobkseJhSrtaroBghout the United Market Coffee and Coffefr THE REAL iinade D AY and d ourpost fder and large old ptenra picture a cajtolaightHiay and other mitcellaneous pro perty This Day b in 4 price THE ADVENTURES OF AALPH LEY containing Sketches ofModern The wap of Heaven arejat Puzided with mazts and peajlexed wftB i Our UBderstanding then in Lost RAFTONS CHroniclej daripjAeRtJgn TOJS SOth OF SWIFT and respectfillly Vreiqaest to that all wUtWend in the L iere are onl contains the foDowing CapftaJ VitttVr 4 of of 4 of I V of Besides 100L All to be Drawn to Tickets and Snares are j Chanag gate HJjh THIS invaluable the usual produces the m beheld affords peculiar no finest perfectly and wffl retain virtue In Sold wholesale by Hay and High Holbora retail Street S gnch Lane i the prurapal Oilmen in the and In United KinjdoBV this TBISH respectfally the STATE tOTTERY not tot QNEA Tfdtets irrf Shareware seJUngai In FAMILIES naiC an tor a few days only of J at suA prices as may not occu ps tlic whole of SER Stock must ue from ius1 before the erd of the jret He pledges himsrlf to his Friends aud tlie that tlds hy acccptrtre xdver top common at the IHis Stock con sstiW Some roe Irish Encra and all Ian vear before the advance linen r prinis to per townprints at a eooJ of efi at many othtr which will beHoM at such prices for ready ds have not been offered to the Newgate Goad TO FLUTE HPHE PATENT cpmmon sort for Fhitts in general superior dittOjand fitted to a particular j silver Aidersgate Some good onekeyed with including the tone nufeting patent of the best sii guineas The tone of these Flutes is and atui Is produced without difficulty or by means oftie They require very ajid are well worth attention of those persons dttiroun of per forming on this admired instrument without the 1iborjoui eMJtion esperiencrdia proiluciug the WTth thli the unpleasant noise uf ihe breath is not berteivedjf owing to the pioper structure of the The newf pntent KeV enables the performer to regulate the of tficrFhrtewiilh which is also ailowed to be pest EOLEY PORTLAND for INSTRU MENTS particuhulytheNew and SPANISH Admirable Hide that sound like real and wfekh require toleam to pby on J ftaW only be iost seen and to be ad Inventor of JtHyTnftrms the gene he two days every and from the of eleven to to shew elegant as also to give the necessary In stnjctjonforphying on at his own to inch Ladia asmay He teaches likewise on this Piaao correctly and expeditiously r and on the other four daysasttods PupDs at heir own rosidences At present is to bedisposcd to sell or an eleganf and very fenetoned Circular Httle inferiorro a Oraud one alto a handsome pleasantconed secondhand square with the additional These Pianos m that they be well worth the inquiry of any Lady who may want TRIAL OF SCHILLS JUDGMENT PRONOUNCED BY THE SPECIAL MILI TARY AT IN THE 25TH MILITARY In the name of the EMPEROR and This the MiKtary Special Cpmnnssion in the 25th Military Divi appointed according to the Decree of the 17th the ijkh convoked in strict eonformity It consisted Chief of Battalion in the 94th Re giment of Chief of Cohort in he Nationa Captain of the StsfltBgiment ofLTgBt of the Corps of the Imperial AdjutantMajor of the National Captain of Regiment of the Line OlKptaki of the 21st Regiment of Light Infantry All nominated by the General of Division Conuaahder of the 25th Military The said convoked Commission in a Hall m the for the trial LkopduJ son oi Frederick John and Caroline on the ISih of at m son of Johanna Christian Schmidt tod Dorothea born on the 16th of in FERDINAND G A son of Ferdinand Galle and Dorothea born of in son of dell and Lpniseyoh born on the SOtli of at in Prussian Pome son of Adolph Keller and Elizabeth born on the 30th of at Strasbiirgh in NATHANAEL son of Carl Henrich Gahrtin and Louise Boni aa the 23d at Prussian r son of Friede rich FTemtning Von born in in son of Carl iaad Louise born onthe of at Prussian FREDERICK son ofAlexan der TnichenbCTgand Friederidot born on IJth in AXBBRT of Joharm WiDwfan WeddTaiid Oriesheimi born onthe l3th of at Praansfbrth Jn Prussian Accused tot seized phests Iqtber and com pelled the inhabitants to ecu Court was die President de jthe Reporter to read the m stfuctjons and alsoihe dopuipents to tbje nurabet ipf which giyro in both FoVaniffagiuustifi tThe reading or dered gnlra to appeared the Conrnnssionr free gnd with thciv In ansjrer to therr descnp were aginst were by the The Reporter havmg next delVvbrcd his relntiori of the proceedmgs dravii hts conclusions the accused wcrehciid in their both by tliomselves and their all of tehom declared they had nothing fimhefr to The President then asked the Members of the whether tbjey had any observations to make On their answering in the1 befoie he proceeded to call 4ie ordered the accusedand tieir legal defenders jphg accused ware thereupon recoilduGted to prison by their and the Secretary and the Auditors also retired at the desire cjf the doors being the Court proceeded o and the President the follow ing the per sons accused of belonging to the band ander SCHILL guilty Were they taken with weapons in their hands The votes being collected by the it was foundthattheCourtunanimously pronounced the Guilty whereupon die discharging the functions of Imperial Procura moved the application of the punLAment of th yoreswere again and in pursu ance of the the Court unanimously ad judgedtie beforenamed prisoners here follow to suffer in virtue of the 1st Article of the 29th of year which is of the following Robbery by superior or accompanied by acts of iin public roads and streets robbery LT inha bited Jlojpjqjiby breaking iji through the or ascending by the Jay of tht notification of this Jaw be punished The arid distribution of the preterit judgmenpro the number of 500 in both were and the Cap tainRepWter read the sentence of the Court in the presence of the drawn up under which sentence was ordered to be earned into full eiecution within the space of 2i GENERAL QUARTER OCT James of charged with uttering seditious The in dictment consisted of two The first charged the prisoner with uttering these words with the intent to stir up his Majestys subjects to sedition and hatred of his person govern The second stated the words to have used in contempt of his Majestys person and Winiam that he was a Deputy and that on die 31st of last die prisoner appeared before him at the Court house at for the purpose of bemgr en rolled in the Local Militia that in admrnisteriag bath he recited it sentence by TK words after him but when he had aotto the words bear true allegi ance tb his the prisoner said Damn King The being shocked at laid down the after consulting with the gentlemen who were with die prisoner was The prisoner did not appear to be in but said the words and appeared radaer On being by the prisoners he the word tfamn was introduced intb die after as you shall bear true allegiance to his inadvertently that he rented dieabove and the prisoner repeated them after Tkis mistake excited a which the Chairman severely wit ness said a great number of persons manifested somjcNreluctance against taking die N who was also a Deputy Lieu deposed to the same Counsel lor the a great deal of pains had been taken to crush a Two Justices of Peace and two De putyLieutenants attended to give tliis trumpery prosecution greater solemnity one of to make his testimony more had writ ten the woods and resid them to die Tliat die words were spoken was But dial was not the point the issue tbe Jury had to the irrtention with which were spoken it could not with art intent to stir up his Majestys Justices of the Deputy Lieutenantsto the hatred 9f persoa and government the first count must of course be laid out of And1 as to the1 hethought it could not be supported the man was out of at haying the oath to H into as great num persons had taking it would Subject hhn to go The he were veryindecent and theyhad contented themselves with the weeks igjprison tnent he tad received at it would have been well enough but to make it the sub ject of agrave was Thi would cost the which tney would have to pay lut when he considered tfie rate at which those were last wfiek at die of affairs spent the money of this was not to be wondered Heywood adverted to die inflammatory which had appeared in a neighbouring all tending to prevent unfortunate man from basing n fair triai 5 but die nonsense of these a antidpteto theb malignityamong bther obser equally jt wasstated that die prisoners grandfather was a seditious character I believe that odier grandfathers were gnilty not only of buft Attainted of high doringthe rebellion in favour of the andthat they were in debted for the recovery of jfaeir estates to the magnanimity of On tie grounds of diis attempt tb excite I might have moved to remove the trial I was convinced diat a Jury had the good sense to treat these ijiBaminatory writings with fhe contempt they justly merited would giva an honest verdict befVeen and Hie prisoner at the
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