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   Day (Newspaper) - October 16, 1809, London, Middlesex                                IT BUSHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX I PRICE SIXPENCE TO THE PROPRIETORS OF EAST INDIA AND I BEG leave to return yon my most graceful for the very flattering reception with which you have honoured me upon my The day of Election bein fixid lor the 18th allow me Jointeat early attendance and support in my I per Your kindness at tbe last baJkjt placed me second upon the list of and the accession of many very powerful i who were then justify a well grounded Should ynu be pleased to confer upon me the important trust to which I I beg leave to assure you of the fidelity and zeal which I shall devote myself to your I have the honour to Ladies and Your much obliged and Faithful humble 6v I oMrr iltcr v ur 1 Committee meet every day at the Kinds Head from ten to four To the PROPRIETORS of EAST INDIA I I M Oli K I K HILLS hi the i 1 re TVif DAN1ELL respectfully begs leave to remind IKS that the day of Election is fixed lor the IKth and most earnestly tlie honour of their early attendance at the at Ihr i i ixitl br oc Arl ft Mtf f tlifTt i ijn erf ri i iM9 fic inlrrsxt will M k ininjlfti rvi at tic rj iv 11 tin i mid IJ irs ff jtrfviuul tj tht 6r acuwiniedtiled an rm i try u Af anrf jtridr v of liaring Etcheqifr lit Hywrt iht am tfi if Lirtitnn of tkeir i i U accjvixuxlcUd i uf one forthix t tvbich said nrw GRASS ISLE OF RubCommittee for carrying into JL tioi the Acts of Parliament for rendering com modious and for better regulating the Port of will meet at in the City of on i7th of U twelve oclock at to by PUBLIC for twelve thirtyrrfi acrn nf in tli Isle of belonging to the i in it the Bfrtxige in the of the Ule of wuich are at the Southward of the Funhcr if mriy be had of at the Canal r Aair iiiisrrst tltcrtvn has of the and Cuunril of the Ward of held at the llth clay Knight and Thai thif Meeting with gra the of ihe i of e AefOision oi our gracious nnd tu biouc and U desirous of uniting ihc of itm AVard in celebrating Mich a mmifi is brcome sn Ciiris and will accord I felloes of and vemrabk t is therefore espeiMirrt thaa Subscription be iinme tor the purpose of raising a Fund to be applied tinthe 1oor to jein in tingemral Fruvirv on that their future either by supplying them with jnj or at a reduced during ii lor them inch other y i general illumination U ahvays attended v illgraceful scenes of riot and and would time be prcductive of a farther advance in ahiwdy riseJi to a VCTY hih this i earnestly recommends the Innabirants of bis to illuminate their houses on the approaching IVputy Ord be requested to undertake the and that the Common Council do Sestry Room of the parish of Andrew Monday the 10th and every day the to receive the Suliscriji i us y be disposed to second the Ministers and Churchwardens of the respective u withia Ward be requested to concur in ibjects of thU the former by their frum the and the latter by making col of the Subscription at tbe Doors of their on thr approaching Anniversary i Resolutions bo sijrned by the lull in three of ihe Morning and that be jr and tent t every Inhabitant of d account of the Subscriptions r i ajprupiiation be hereafter also to ever r havinr left the That the Thanks of this Chairman for his ready and for conduct in the BEFORE FRIDAY and ilv remind the that Purchase in be made nefore on that Day the whole ot the Slate Lot ilrawn in Twelve Four Tickets of each of I I of 12 of SCO 1 ts ef One by which the grratPrize of S bv Three by 1 wo the cororr of Back iins Uic of the Kings Charing hc WHOLE of the STATE LOTTERY Isill be respectfully request their that all who intend to adventure in I Al E LOTTERY must purchase as on the wholeLottery will bf are only and the Scheme ing Capital Prizes LONDON WHEREAS great Numbers of empty and othrr are left upon Vbe at to Che great inconvenience of the Business car ried on there thciefore the Directors of the London Dock Company do hereby give notice to all and evcrv Persop or who may at any time leave such empty Packages thiy are not claimed and taken awayivithia dzvs after being emptied of their they will SOIJDby PUHL1C AUCTION after paying the ex the Residue if any will be paid to the Persons en titled upon application being made at the Supcrin tendants at the London Dock A Person who is abouf to withdraw from his prtsrnt an extensive Wholesale Country Trade in the HOSIERY in is tjejirous fortnin a freth Connection in the tame or aay of the following Manchester or or or any other Line in which hit pre sent set of which areW tie flrtt would be of Address Any eligible and respectable offer not within the above would be attended 1 O the Professional 1 and House desiroos of or Exchang of Property of every any JAMES BATES respectfully that of his GENERAL ESTATE DIRECTORY Will be published1 HIS ti be aurUluud Printed for Dorset Manchester where Advertisements are receivrti by Ktrby and Bookselleni Oxford Strcxt and cor ner ol the Royal of whom the Dirtttory may be had and of aU Booksellers throughout the Uuied price AN ADDRESS to the Inhabitants the KireJom of Great Britain and on tho approaching Then shalt thou the trumpet the Jubilee to sucd throughout all your A Jubilee that fiftieth year be unto 1 Brijliton pritcd for the ly Attrce sold by Craddock and and Sherwood Paternoster London Wilniott and Borough and nil Book A Patriotic Gentleman ordered a Dinner for Two Thousand the day the to a Plan proposed in this of 1 8 of I 12 o be Drawn in Twelve ans arc Selling at Swift and Charing and Ald THIS rcjpcctfulv reminds the that i 1 1 OTTKRY not only begins but finishes NOKRISS NEW Speedily will bp by Puluic Conduit THE CAPTIVE a 1 J in 3 By Author of Julia ot Rosa in a by the Author of The Yoonj 4 The Mysteries of Ferney a by 4 Caroline Ormsby The Advantages of a Tale for the Female The Castle of Arragon Banditti of the a Spanish 4 The Rival Heiresses Ccha by the Author of Characters at 2 GEORGE THE THIRD This Day is a New and in Eight large and handtome price Four in THE REIGN of GEORGE THE JL from hit October to the Com mencement of the present in 1803 ilhistrateti by Appendixes to the several Volumes containing Copies of State and other Authentic Official Ditpatchei from the London Speecher from tbe By WILLIAM Author of the History of Great from the Revolu tion to the Accession of George the Independently of tbe wellknown merits and established authority of this History of the most eventful reign in the annals ot considered as a separate it josseMes peculiar claim to the attentionof the as being the only respectable continiiation to the present tirae of Humes and Smolletts Histories of Printed for and to be had of all Of whom may be the four preceding completing Humes History tothc present timd price Two in this Month all who wish 1 nilY THOUSAND v oi a single must buy before the fi riie w consisting of v in ONE in at his Ola ii and by his Agents in the who ID the hue Lotteries have been remarkably ae in Liid sharing an immense number of Ca the two last the last xnu the lait Capital Prize ever in the may be supphed tbe fame as if bv sending their Orders Post or Carriage with Bank good or Post Office rx either of his Com Charing London where all Bustnea s Public Funds is transacted with fidelity and to remark tie State U lie only Lottery that will be THIS A MUCH WANTED SCHOOL This Day is handsomely so as to corre spohd with theAuthors price Half a i bound in with a fullAllowance to THE SCHOOL DICTIONARY En I L ricks English Dictionary improved and for the Use of in which is contained the Roots of Words and important and significant Words omitting the common and all and trifling By the DAVID Author of the English the Class First Cate Reading Grammar of Every Schoolmaster and Governess will had the appearance of a Work which has bnnight wuhin an attainable by expunging what useless or redundant in the Dictionaryof Language by this from Sixty I Thousand to little more than and the i whole may consequently be committed to Mpmory m Jjaa i tnrVhp enrivenierice of the Tutor and ns eonwqucuce a manifest miperioriw over Printed for Richard London ind to behadof Tabart anfl at the Juvenfie tibhuyr BondStreet Bryce and Edinburgh Wogan Pvblw J r and other Of may Author To Calico LcatBo and othert By On the near T the Proprie who have let dW Ptejaiacs THE valuable of a DYEHOUSE comprislnr an un ket 6 ftet diarneler utout fi ftv7 tgye ral other quantity pi lead enftnej of 6horse five capital hBJMft by stout fir two large horse Atjfyle none and bed for jrindmt indigo attached to capiPU crane and brats lead and various othdr in exceJIcrtt i Pauls Churcb Wellmanufactured Upholstery and Cabinet fcy and on the J2 the Souti sldeof Pauls Church TnJJfindYollowjng at 1 1 by orde r of the Executors pj Wfi Vateman ALL the remaining and genuine etfcfcllent S IOCK of and UPHOL STERY in prime cottdifiori cbmprchendinj an assemblage of ajid 6Uier and jnoa and Brussels and cellaret sets ot nuliogany mahogany parlour jupantied dniwmg rrjOTrKWrtUjtogepieTi cfmi and other work card Pem bfoko variety of tortfilscshell and tea chests knife work 1njtror together wid a Traety of otlur articles In AtAtsarat will be the genteel and useful Household Fuijahute and odttf effects of saij de Uilliard Tttfifey an4 near Eppfcj By HOGGART and do the This and following at A LL thp genteel HOUSEHOLD FURNI a fine toned single hors r near be SO V i LEV and a very deiii ab e SPORT INC RES called built in nnd uilli cjach slnbljngfur six siftiatfdflhout mile tlom tuhisli rmul to tlirft from seven fiuni aiJ f frtm n the midst of the ui rst ii h luable common rights Huuse cmiist nf live hul eiitiuiex two house Let i Ilnrie iailrs at a Miiill fine anit qut i j1 1 Paternos Miirie aid elevation may Lie seen of to the love and of his when he in comjuenng pro rather reigning in the affections of shrieks ot mourning and deso artthe only triumphal hymns that lirate his victories whin he miivpilises ihe au dio him for the bliss of all in a wie of hewiIieT iceptru tor the misery e Kiiip of of his fume on that ambition wUch store and nuraeroUs v Lawrence i fourpost andfield bedstelos prlme sefctamed excellent drefttn jf din abd goTo chains pter i a Bnutels garden quantify Qf eflects aiif twelve the property of to comprising and dpnity and ajid black eight day OKI established Butchers Sh at by order of Mn Jo THE roomy HO US vrith alxftl J5f hi wbfetuthas tiaJL well pu far i usi n U long it succealully by iwo Firstrate Kenfeel Wine Cow EDWAfeD IMWtznd Garrtivjy A respectable I N E and roomy situaHcfevctly thatimoiejisi tho Lot Snlntarrtial ginretl Wine drsirablv In front of Wew House js held at moderatt in ejtcrllent coiryt niently fitted up foe cajryinp 4i a which To and A Newbnilt Tree leasehold PjAlic Housrt Co at af in Seven by order of si6nees of John a AValiKihle substantial rebuilt oldestablished IUBLIC HOUSE acd known hy the of tjie most commodiously njipiKitr Church the corner of Hijh New with skiUlecrouiliN Six newbuilt Dwelling Houses htJ on leiiio for 60 at low groundrents an inijjruvuJ Rent ot amply and arjing of Hre N the Slwp RaicliiT hold a very tine 1 Oujrtiring and fir on the Woodard at JL of quitting the Preimies j con isiing oi a general of and kitihrn arc ten looking Inrfii bracket elm timber aud a very fine singlehorse DESIRABLE To be an J jl AN called OwenieAali sn iroiu AJOnji parish of Brt either FurnishtM or for the tirm u thixc or Sve the and and a of at the o from JO to the ab is on an eminence the a bcauttful and rich ihe story eQiuuini a ipacious a a i plegant drawing a andvestibule ihechajjiber ire bed with two dressing roonu r the domestic office arcpanicubrly containing J v a very a lerontl VMCJ ajd exceliejit cellars thi possessing pUasinp it l in aut a terrace u uii ii ic the plxi the enclisei wih planted witli choice tnut in full a girdcix rs cpttage antt poultry i and near dovbk coal lur six Further paniculars may he krov burveyor THE LONDON the like ti cd the f it then proves the or the let loose by die or His will Lv siained with senelfcs riatterers will hs praise bur towns climtvies shall Proud will liiiconquets tlu ahos ot so maiy cities so flouiihing Ixu the devastation lands robbed rl riieir fi the rums oi edifices that and closed 1ns dl his he name will n f wiil be nioau tiie tomb shall have in his a that vavapes the neldi e rilied over die not like n i to spread and plenty aionnd IMS he on the aunal oi poslenty if but nf of goJ nil xvill he v Viilii the i o cviis iTted upon CRUELTY TO couRi nr JULY At the Court at the Queens of the Most Ex cellent M in His Majesty having been pleased to appoint die Right Henry Earl to be one of his Majestys Principal Secretaries ot he was this by his Majestys j b7 oi the horse sworn one of his Majestys Principal Secretaries I him in a lie of State IX iitM BANKRUP TCTES IJ A MiSDI It provd hat the druadant was iu drive a smatL load to diestore of Jonathan in near and that roon after unlading the the horse not ust as Robert of from itho bean 17 to at at r l j sometimes 1 mcLine ine Oct 14 to at at Harry Hale and Haggurd of Birrhin dealers and to at and at at Joseph late of Oxf and at the af the Great a near Thomas of at aui j at at the Tun Brad Hjrtcn and or John nf dealer at at it at he rnde Coffee Viliiam of deaKr at at at the Crown Broad Whirehouse jnd Vizard and Lintoliis Heirnr of dealer lO1 butt of He struck him over the atld upon his He thenljacked him up ro alternately beating him until he would start and then pulling him backwards with the This he con tinued for nearly half an and only pre iiiag istill longer by the spirited all vented from ru 1 mttrtcrcnce argument lost n acor c t tins brutal executed him on the The winiLises the horse and there r Tlie Ccurt ttld the tli it it was a re proach to that brutal acts towards horses were st our streets that if ivuld oeif opinion that the defendant had and Ris conduct cJTitrarv to and they and and ac the Palace j ottgiit fco coiivicf but l they oi a dirTeieHt h to Jurv and in an hour re Heaton dealer lj at a the Red Lion Heai s N turned a and the defendant was ijv a the at the Arms William ot maker at of wiiluv 1 AND BREADSTREET and he LET on with immediate the spu cious DXHLLING and of the late and Since by C Wholesale OB the West of Bread City of having a with Blue Friday and particularly cxlctilatodfor a Whol sale or Linen a j Blue Boar Friday now occupied as a j house by and be and funticr Purtictilan hod by applying to Hatton havr an for a Tew days of purchasing LINENDRAPERY at prices may not occur as ihcmrhofc of SER VANTES Stock must be removed from his before the end of the present He pledges himself to his yriends and the that this Is no deceptive adver too commonat the present His Stock con sists of some Ane Irish lirwns and lablefplpthsi all jurchaftd last year before the advance oa linen goods good furniture to per yard ellwide town printi at a good assortment of colcnired stripe ell at and many other which wiljfxr Sold af such prices for ready as have npt ofirred to the NcC Newjrntc KlTTERY TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNBS to divided between the in One flu Tickets and Shirei arr his State Loltcry No near the MansionHouse nnd relative to thr Lottiryvto be at Ift Hit last the following Capital Pmcs were in 130 by ElTON I soo izjtjj ib666 1 am Likewise Grand Priic of to M Speedily mil be Voli demy EMOIRS WRITINGS of VICTOR Interspersed Modem of Uut jwbpni Jja had in Printing for Condnii Street of An the hy Andrew Picture of Pictoresf Hjjtojy jScynflfl Tnis is updbubtedfy one of tjie interest is n to tie that our liave in r re twn one been ot when to Gauls the mysteries arui reli gious discipline eh in the time of the when some English and Scotchmen introduced and prrpa pated in France the and indiced that Minaroh to found rheUniversitv of in fr and muny of their wisest which were tenaciouslv pre and i to sterity by the Parlia ments of Pans and of at he Tyjer r o m at at TheBndjse Cani at at John and ni of hair merchart M a XVilUlm ai st the Dug ai Gecrg r AfCartivy and Robert Ull ter of tal 21 White late of it at the Kings Oc Alexander and lateof Philpnt at Willian of AshhydeUZ L at at join or Forr at at Guildhall Pcbert Mor of Old at at Alra lare of Henry of Pountrey Isaac of Copt hall Throgmorton Hecry of worsted and of Elder Josepfi Bedale and of PARTNERSHIPS Henry and Albert of Noble Fos ter Henry Serace and James of boot wd John Tomnnspn and Josiah John of aid Jpijn of Fenchurch James Hulme and Samuel Unwin Surton cotton Nathan Magnus and Enoch of Gun Cornelius George Ridley Simon and William Carpen he of Thomas Willshire and William puncis ever attained we as of George W ebb Hall and I Thomas of of j jnd John of John Rbson and John of John Vaudrcy and William of Chapel John i William and brancis ci i John j Hobert and Jeremiah of Joseph Rrks Richard CF OF In til veere of our iord 1 when a hundred under Jie roduct of the Earle of were encompassed Lietweene theseand rifteene French the Exile c ViiMiN Generail of die sent to the aduisiig him to yeeld but he It is not the manner of the English to yceliie without neither am I so heartlesse 1 will de liuer myselfe into their whom may drliuer into And accordingly God gaue him the honour of the to the great ccmusion of the THK following view of the varia tion of the at different may The highest prices to follow S per Cents 4 Cents 5 per Cents South iea Sti India Stock IS li ITji u iry 1 iJ lit Jri ilt1 The price gven of highest since dividend ha Sea 1 iten James Mocre and Henry ofLewes value t ahich it George Back and Henry of Kice tllc laiUL c i i Great Goodmans in the year 1 20 ot no tan coinpa j i with any subseqrcnt p The following en ambition and its j effects were uttered by die eloquent i whilst preaching before the most ambitious man of his Louis It is to be hut j we fear not to be in these venal that as and undaunted an orator should greet Napoleon on his return from one ot his destructive The lowest prices ut the Funds before the pre sent war were S 17V2 6H ljlf 1 17S1 10 14 1781 as the difference in the value ot die unds appear to above uf April it ndl reuter the follow prices are stated as die 3 per Conti Back Stock Sea India But or rather the insatiable wish of T which any business was done f r1 i rising overVtheruins of our that that incessantly the and tears peace for ever from our when confined to thecoiiirncm class of men is disarmed of half i into But when it pours its poison soul of one ofthelords of earth when i that he stands guar Ji prefers the staten 3 per Conccu 3 per 4 per per Bank Ictlia April 4S 78ths 48 62 72 121 3tths 147 1Jth For the piesent pnces we refer to our   

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