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Day (Newspaper) - October 14, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY WORKING AUCTION have grcai satisfaction in an ihf nccfunjtlislnnent of tuck 04 It the 1st day January JOT rinfnt at this rj nnd Commercial Broken who feel a ditpuiticm itdfi are mpectfully informed the Set r iliir intfractions tcfthml jyreference or nar i ui liilclifthc workmen turn quitted the n will be optned for their nit i with appropriate is forward to be delivered as nfipA of drcmiLsUincfs will ichirh thy i r mt xlll convey turJt a erfect idea of the Esin secure a decree of patronage that wCi confirm m the public mind of ill utility By order ofthe JOHff M Y TION TO and are that lateral suitable for it frioate situate in the Saloon and viU be I XT by m t Farttculfrs af taitJi the y tmtpreued in future adpcrtiementt By order of tlu JOSH COFFEE ROOM TO is hereby given to Persons nel to tttlt tiU OmtlfUttlO iwmAcr together with cirul an out uiU aelfftatthe Offia far Due na itl be order oftkc JOSH CREE Advertiser wishes to take into his Goun for a term cf a YOUTHL idiout 16 of respectable connexions and attentive of an extensive Wholesale Wfteftiutse are Security trill be but no hii friends will be required to board Hie ijul with Lodging near the P IKS have an fora of purchasing LINENDRAPERY at such may not occur as the of SER US Stock must he removed from his i he eni of the present He pledgejhimseif to nds and that this is no iieccptrrt adver too common at the present Mjme fine iruh and all purchased bifore the advance on linen goods good furniture ti per ellwide town prints at of coloured stripe ell and many other which will be Sold at for as hare not heretofore been tj iiic Newgate BEFORE FRIDAY T and remind the that ill Purchases Jn it STATE LOTTERY must be made before as on that Dav the whole of the State Lot ttr itdrawn inTwerve 0 Four Tickets of each of of VXX I of I of I 12 of Ml r ur Tickets of One by wiich thejreatPriieof may be pintd by Three by Two j on Sale at the corner of Bank and facing the Gate nf the Kings Chartnj by and KEXT FJUDAT the VHOLB of the STATE LOTTERY wittte SWIFT and respectfaUf rtquest their to that all intend to4renture in fct prrtem STATE LOTTERY must purchase befon TOT1 as on the whole Lottery will be Cw There fee only and the Scheme ffrp following Crftyfral EBZOB 4 of 4 of SfXX I 8 of of j U of Besides Alt to bf Drawn in T v sitt Shares are Selling at Swift and Poultry Charing and Ald T BISH respectfully reminds the that STATE LOTTERY not only begins but finishes he 2Oth of this Month all who wish to rain hlGHTY THOUSAND of a single must buy before the In iu the whole consistinj of will be decided in ONE ind Shares are selling in great at his Old OSces in and by his Agents in the in lie late Lotteries have been remarkably v and sharing ah immense number of Ca v particularly the two last the last and the last Capital Prize in the Country may be supplied the same if I v their Orders Post or Carriage paldXac with Bank pood or Post Office to either of his OldEstablished Corn r Charing London where all Business v iublic Funds transacted frith fidelity and c to remark the State is only Lottery that will be IM IS T to SCOTLAND and the NORTH of by new and most excellent s to tiie following from the Charing Cross and Bell Ludjate ry at reduced fares Bl M A 11 30RO KNAREBBORO SCARTHIXG and the Golden following set inmy others too nanieroiu to every and the MaD as usual every Erpeditiols Post only One Night Morning at H Tlvacad and North and New Pott MorninKut and Oxford Mail erery a new Post and at Twa MilfonJ and Cheltenham Eveoifle and Oiford Uetr Wd only Day efery Bitt Boarm Portsmonth of the General Quarter Session of our Lord the holden for the Citjt of at the within the said die day of in the jKjrtyninth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the by the Grace of of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Defender of the and Uroih thence by until the Eighteenth day Of in the Fortyninth Year and on the said the Eighteenth day ol in the Fortyninth Year the Session is holden by adjovnment at the Guild before Mayor o the City of Sir Jxmei Si WilliAm Aldermen of the said John Recorder of the Samuel one other of the Aldconen of the said and others their Justices of oiir said Lord the assigned to keep the Peaceof said tord tht wWrin the said and alsoto hearJend determine divers and coounitted within the said IN Pursuance of fc Act Sf Parliament pasied to the Thirtieth of the Reign ogjds late Majettr King Georee the AnsVt to exniain and amend an Act made in the fijghteejtfh Year pf hi me trs to prevent the Mrsbehayiour of t4 tti in the Streetsof and the of the Weekly Bills of atxf for other I this Act the Justices here present 4 take into Hatca Sessionof the JofcweGifr of ty at tke said Third day of tie TUrt Year of fceftn of his present for the C of all should be taken up In flie asurtilt tfte said Ctty of as from City foto the City of or any other Place or not exceeding ha distance of three fflflei from ths taid City of do astesi and nta the and Prices as reasonable Rates and Prices for the Carriage of all Goods Which shall be taken up in the City of and carried by any licensed or as In the saUt City of from the said City of InWtae City of Wwtmfai or any other Place Three Miles AT SIX PRICE SIXPENCE not exceeding the distance of of that is to say ETery Parcel of such as and all other Goods not hazardous of the like bulk and one or many above Nineteen Hundred and not exceeding Twentyfive Hun dred to be deemed a Every Parcel of Dry as and all other not hazardous of the like bulk and whether in one or many above Fifteen Hundred and not exceeding Nineteen Hundred 4 small Ditto not exceeding Fifteen Hundred an half Each of the Parcels of Grocery next hereafter mentioned are to be deemed as or as a full Load Two hogsheads of sugar light or Three tierces of not exceeding twentyfive dred One butt and one caroteel of Fifty baskets Malaga or Denia Thirty frails or pieces of Twenty barrels Belvideras or Twenty barrels or eighty taAQfts One butt and a small cask of Five barrels of Three bales of Six barrels of or as a snail Load One butt of currants or One butt and one roll of Twenty quarter or fifty jars of of the Three puncheons of QRCjBjjsheiuJ of etjHtf parcel of not efceeding fifteen to be an half pot or pearl weighing front nineteen hnnBred wtaght to to be deemed One not less than fifteen hundred a smfll Two hogsheads of a Fish tea barrels From any of the Quays below the to any part of Lower Thames up Fish Street to the Monu up Pudding Saint Mary Saint Dunstans or any of the Aanes leading from Thames Pudding Botolph and that part of Upper Thames Street from the Bridge to Saint Martins Miless and Old Swan For every load as before mentioned 3 For every small or half load 2 From any of the Wharfs between the Tower and London Bridge to Dyers Coal Steel JDouble hooa Laurence Pountney Three QuecnStreet College Dow irate that part of Fish Street above the or any of the as high as both leading from Lower Thames Street to Tower Mark Lime BUliter Leadenhall Dukes Mary Bishopsgate Street Finch Lombard Birchin Laney Abchurch Clements Gracechurch both East Pbilpot Rood and places of the like distance For a load For a small load For an half load From the Quays to Broad Ttreadneedle Loth Bartholomew London Coleman Bastnghan OH Lawrence Iron monger Milk Wood Cheapside Poultry le Newgate Paternoster Pauls Church Doctors Com Old Friday Bread Bow Watling Basing Bread Street Trinity Old Fish or any part of Thames from Queenhithe to Puddle or places of the like wkhin the Gates and also to Bishopsgate not exceeding AWgate High Street within Whitechapel and the For a small load For an half load From the Quays to all between the Gatai and the above mentioned Articles otherwise ascertained before excejited For a small toad 4 to ail within the per pack all places within the and C ih wool to any place within Andfram aU pther to Blackwall aH other Inns within the per bag to aD pbccs between the Gates and 7 nine of Spanish Wool in a and no Several kinds of goods next hereinafter men tontd being cither not cunjber aretp be carried at the Rates next hereinafter vis East Indii that are to any of in Lime the and two pence halfpenny perhundred weight the orer ABpieces of containing about one hun 0 8 per Tobacco from ehher of the to Ae dtoart Tower Crntched Great mans and And from either of the taU as or V e 7 i s os 1 0 Ditto balesprchlbltedvper bale and bales Urge Cyprnsiags IM or Wes of cottbn oV chesw of each Carprus per TOfce per bale of or of or fangots of orJballeyrtjT Turkey cotton 0 11 1 tttcepted each 0 7 of and Kau each 0 9 Pox Cartage of Two pipes two or hat hogsheads of one piece and One two or af two of two one greai or any mucnlfef tthether Tn orifc or mota above exceeding three hun dred to acctjvteeu a Off and of or one or an hundred tojbe eateemrd a small One vr twV ol opo or oBe puncheon of ODfrptmcheon of one oae or twubotitiiidtftif one hundred ana an half TiAiitlJ ii if1unt of tkajBwflMnPr to any part of liMTerThainal Olr anrpan of Upper Thames anT part of the Lanes or to Tower Crntched LJme St Mary ttence to ech and places of 4 t 9 4 2 7 e Loth OW Al Bnck Friday Trinity westward of distance Paternos Bull and the like distance Aldgate and From the Quays to Lqdgate Snow Holbore S F S 1 1 52 34 Cannon both J the likf distance For a load beforera For a tsnall load For an half load From the Quays to Barthojomew Cc Saint1 jwrence Ironmoo Wood1 C the Bread Basing Old Fish any pare the Three and pfac Fora lead For a small load For an bilfapad the to Saint Church ter Mouth Foster within as also to High within Whit theMinwies far a load For a small load Foran half load Old te the like distance For a load Bar a small load For an hail From the Quays to Fleet HoTborn and placet distance Foraload For ismaU load For an half load For Cartage of Dry Goods from tke Westward of he from any of between London 4o part of Upper Thames or any of the Hills of leading out of it Foraload For a small load S 7 For an half load From any of the Wharfs between London Bridge and Qi or any of the Warehouses in or adjoining to pan of Upper Thames to all places above excepted within the Gates For a load For a small load For an half load To all places between the and Bars For a load For a small load For an half load From any of the Wharfs between Qneenhithe and Puddle or any of the Warehouses in or adjoining to that part of to Old Fuh Carter Doctors Basing Saint Pauls Church Newgate and all Places within the Wetward of the Streets leading from Bishopsgate to London up the Hill For a load For a small load For anhalf load S 7 To Little Tower Fenchurch Lower Crutched and allPlaces within the Eastward of the leading from Bishopsgate to London as ibo to Ludgate Old Baity Flew Hoiborn Snow Smithf Alders gate and all othef Westward of within the Bars Foraload 5 0 For a small load an half load To Fore Wnitecnm Bfahopmte Street and all of Cripplegate within the Bars Fora 11 For a small load For an half load From airy of the Quays bdow tie or from Cannon LeadenhaB and Places of the like not exceeding BiihopsgateStreet Budge Queen and to any part of the High Street hi the Borough of as Saint Georges to any of the Wharfs in Tootey not racfcding Somtcns at the end of Stoney For every load oftiff goods and grocery mentioned 4 1 For a small load of ditto 4 For half load of ditto from and to the above mentioned For a small load 4 For anhalf load S 4 any of the above mentioned and the above Dead mans Kent White Lonjr Berniondsey Sant Saviours Shad or any the in Tooley below Sytnoodi andaD the adjacent of theUkc distance For every Tor every smatloW 61 ditfo 4 2 For an halfloadaf ditto 41 34 27 57 42 38 From for a load For load Fir ar half load 49 Xhr Bridge Yard Tpfl to be paid by the Mer From any of the jpjow and any of the fr0m iahopME i Street and all Places adiaccnt on the East ddeof the leading from wVOkaBcertrlanei Utt M New the Butcher ForeveryloadofdrrBOodaorgrocery 68 For a nnaU load of ditto 4 11 3 Olive from and to 511 42 34 411 For every load of dry goods or grocery For a small load of ditto Foraload For a srral load 11 For nn half Jojd 52 To that part ot the Strand beyond the New Paint Covent Seven Monni uth lun Clare Hifh f is far as the Gruyis Inn Ved Btoomsburyv asa adjacent of the like dtsunc2 For a I of dry goods or For a 6 S For an load of ditto 5 Olive to the above Places For a ioad 4 For a small load For an half load To Charing any part of far as Buckkigliam Jamess to the end of Dover OK Bohci Conduit Newport tothe crd of Gitat Swallow and Pluct s adjacent of Lie like distance For a load of dry goods or grocery 10 1 For a small load For an half ioai Olive to the above Places For a load U 11 11 For a smaH load For an half load To Grosvenor May Berkeley Hanover Square New Bond and Places of the like distance Bor rvery Ibad of dry goods or grocery 1111 For a small load of ditto 9 For on haif load of ditto OJive to the above Foraload 13 5 For a small load Foranhaifload From the Quays to Goodmans the without the as far as George not exceeding Dirty Places adja cent of the like distance Fr load of dry goods or grocery 411 For a small load of ditto For an half load of ditto Pot or Pearl weight as described For a load Fot a small load Foran half load Fish oil for a load Olive to the aforesaid Places For a load 5 S For a small load For an half load To Church Field Nightingale Virginia Wellclose and Places oi the like distance 5 11 4 8 For an half load of ditto Olive to the aforesaid Places For a load For a small load Foran half load To Ratcliffe Old Gravel Cock and Pisces adjacent of the like diitmce Foraload of dry goods or grocery For a small laid ef ditto For ail half load of ditto Olive to the above Places For a load For a small toad For an half load 5 11 To Ratcliffe Stepney Bell ShadweU and all Places adjacent of the iikc distance For a load of dry goods oi grocery S Far a small load of ditto For an half load of ditto 5 U to the above Places ForaWi i 10 1 For a small load For an half load From the Quays to Windmill Places of the like distance For a load of dry goods or grocery For a small load of ditto 411 For an half load of ditto tb the above Places For a load For a small load For an half load To Old that part of Whitecrois Street out of the Freedom of the Joldon Saiiit John beyond the Leather Saffron Hockley in the and all Places adjacent of the like distance For every load of dry goods or grocery 6 8 For a small load of ditto 411 For an half load Olive Brandy to the above mentioned Places For a load For a small load 11 For anhalf toad And to all other Places and not before particu lariy the same are to be carried and paid lor in manner following that is to All and Merchandizes weigh ing fourteen hundred or shall deemed half a loadj And from fourteen hundred weight to twentysix hundred weight shall be deemed a load From any gait of the City of and tke for carrying thereof shall be follows For any way within and to tiie extension of half a for half a load or under f For above half and nobeaceedmtr a load Forany way more than and tothe ex tension of a for half x foador under S Porabove half a load and noteiceeding a load 5 For any war more than a and to theexten rion of oae mite and for half a toad or under above half a load and not exceeding a load 5 For any way than a mile and an and to the extension of two for half a load or under For ibovehalf a load and not exceeding a load 6 For any way more than two and within two and a for half a load or under For above half a load and not exceeding a load For any way more than two miles and and within thcee for half a load or under S For above half a load and not exceeding a load 8 any way more than three and within three miles and ac fof half aload of under 7 For above half a load and not exceeding a load 9 For any way more than three milts and an half and within four for half a load ot under 8 For above half a load and net exceeding a load 10 And so after the same rate to the extent of ground limited by Act of and for all merchandizes dnd commo dities that cannot be Weighing above dred the Carman over and above the rates above mentionedv reonye be after the wteof two pence halfpenny per hundred weight exceeding twentysix hundred and so in pro portion for less ifian an For tnVcarriage of all oy and jner chiudizeSfvbich shall tenhundred and which shall be taken up in the said City and shall not be drawn m and chaUbe carried by any such licensed or within th0 distance of a quarter mile Any thing In the said stated order of the 3d day of Octo in the of hit Majestys to the contrary thereof in anvwue And it is further ordered by this that Order withtethe space jf thirty dart from ornej oe printed atld published in one of the Daily and also printed and affixed dp at some convenient and con at or near the Royal af ionic convenient 77 5 11 42 5 11 5 22 Clerk AT a Meeting nf the are Common Council of Ore Ward htldat the Gun rive 1 Ith day of Sir Jfsight and in the Resolved That this Meeting timrfirto the Author of all our tKoapproach ensuing Anniversary of the oar Sovereign to the Tyrone With the reSt of the fchabianti of that in such a rrrtuiuer as mil best become tiin and will but the of oir viaUus aul venerahtc be iinme diitely opened for dipurpose of raising a rurki to be Implied in enablirg Poor LJ the pcstivity on for their future by sop iy Rreadarii Coals once dLriaf tbe or for them such other their necessities A That inasmuch as general illumraation is alleys attended with many disgraceful of rior and and at the present time be productive farther advance ill has already risen Ja a tbft most esroestty rmentis th of this to iilaminate their hotiics on the ibjt Deputy Ord b reqnested to the office of Treasurer and that tile Common Council do ttteiid Jt the Room of the parish of Andreyv on Monday the 16Ui and every Jay sfterwardj uutil to tionsofsuch InhabitacLs may be disposed to second the wishes of tiiii That the Ministers aad Churchwardens of th respectiyj Parish Churches wkhta this Wardbe coccur in promoting the objects of this tbe former by thfir frcm the and byttaking col lections in aid of the the Doorsof their respective Churches on the approaching 1 hatthe besigned by the and be publishcdja that Copies thereof be priutid to Inhabitant of this Wardi that the accnnnt ofthe SxSscriptions re and of the be hereafter also sent to every The Alderman having left the Resolved That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to the Chairman for his ready and lor his handsome condcct in the ERY extensive and fn be LET nr in or four with several verysub stantial BRICK of iarge situate between Union Street and Blactlriars in tie f arish uf Saviour well calculated fur paper or any other purpose whi re extent of room is The Premises are enclosed with lofty brick and nttecl up in the best manner have convenient dwelling rooms d thereto the whole of which is in good lars apply to Clujrch YiiDtl where Plans of the Buildings and Ground may be This day are in Two price TALES of OTHER REALMS Collected during a Tonr throurli By A Qui mores hominum mult rum et for and Paternoster This day ire in price b SURGICAL OBSERVATIONS Part on the Constitutionul Origin and Treatment ofLocal pis and on By JOHN Printed for and Paternos ter Under tie Title of Surgical wfl be Pan Tt ment of Psuedo 5yphifii Urethra Part Observations and MlsceUaaeoni Part Observirionsoa trio and HPO the A and Persons desirous of ar Exchang ing Property of every rescript any JAMES BATES respectfully thaj of his GENERAL ESTATE DIRECTORY Will published on MONDAY to be continued Printed for James Dorset where are received and Kerbv and Street and ner of the Royal of may be had and of all Booksellers throughout tha Unijed GR CITY LOTlEP to be Drawn in CERT Ir 1C whose Names are hereunto have carefully surveyed and valued the Free hold Buildings allotted as Prizes in the Third City and we adiudee the separate value of each to be as follows J THOMAS 1 Prize of i 3 Prizes ef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 f I 1 500 3 NO fit ED This Property is so rapidly improving thai there can be no doubt it will be worth double its present value in a very few Tickets and Shares Sale by MOON and Co and PRESENT 4L I Eighth H Quarter Sixteenth OL Particular Numbers may be from 1 to at the above if not already DUTCH Letters from of the 25th of Septem statet that the Emperor it grand parade which is held had revieved the troops of the several Princes of the and that he had on the above day hunted inAe parkof All the ac counts in representating the negocrations as fai advanced that intelligence Was every moment expected of the signature of The interchange of couriers between Rchoenbrunn and the Castle of where tiie Emperor af Austriacontinues to was very There was ajso expected a courier from whose it was sup wbuld have considerable influence ori die An officer of the French Staff a sTiort time off The Archduke is still in where he is occupied placing fortresses in a stale of Her Imperial Highness the of istany left Florence cmtSji Wth 5he liftepcled to pay a cities and towns of which hal not previously en ioyed the happiness of her J l It is that on the 15th some hundreds of ths Tyrofcse and hid ad
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