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Day (Newspaper) - October 21, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNINQ At SIX OCLOCK OCTOBER PRICE COKi OF EAST INDIA M my feelings ex ilie distinguished honour 1 he imprcwio iid ill best lie by the iv Inch I shall discharge my duty to the I hiioiir to and e obliged humble JAMES I 4SS OREiGXKRS IN K of opinioi that commemorating tlic 50th Year of I Sovrriin H by ads of ty of of in Dis And not thr distressed r h hippv effects of tlic du the at their ill fir the bnefit of i scav tinjtli in the morn r Church in the after iurle in the will bfjrin nt 10 i the lYrnch at the in hv the to bejjiu it 1 oclock prej SALE BY THIS To By the at by order of the Assignees of Henry Dow 1 of Castle Leicester a E large and valuable STOCK in of the condstlrg of Irish and hirrtc hleachcd long French and Scotch cam table and Lanca shire and a large of sprig and iniillrrl silk and shawls and elegant printed cottons and and sflk and cotton with a great variety other lotted for convenience of the and private ALBION LIFE r October NOTICE is Jtereby that inpursuance of the need of a General Cnttrt of trrj oL the Albion and Insurance Cjntjtany toil bf Id 3 i if the held in i VK in That a Committee be The Owrvrrs of the Ihc i ribtrs of or ujv n Ciimiritec tn distribute r within thn their div d mcit in Marrams Vestry it If tn criy into th I I1 tn the J 10 iic pjrucjii ir r i i iy tn thv I Ki ani circulated Pocins BiMs 1 H bu tn thr j o the of the Meet thr 1 1J1 n M tiie iJ v m Inim 10 till w Si of GEVKRAL ESTATE r urc received at j by and the 1 rvi nf whom the Directory miy 1 the h National Wrli an adJitioB adapted to i v i Ii Hi x it Ri A HOUSE to on situated near in complete repair couiprAinc four three bedrooms on the second two large two very par with numerous domestic For apply to TO be a good with eipht stall and double coachiouse adjoinin the For particulars inquire of Wybume and Craig V j Holborn O Whole sale and others who have occasion for Ware or To be at the Commercial inner a few very commodious and COUNT1NC and any Conccnif of n and kr by the or or any longer at Un For further apply to CUrks in the Commercial Hal the houn of trn in the tnorniig and fcmr in tiie PR1VATK the of a Rtxid FAMILY in the part rf Chi bcautirul views of the rivir aril Sli rev ills mny be In nf or near the Dun Chi i I i I VnONS and iUA ATKINS Irom ard CLASSICS together river IKfore Ci c novininscisc J and Paternot OVERS and to v SOLD hy at the hv October of divers comprising seven modem rmlyLuil with Gardens and Shrub the whole of incted Inthe late Sir and i ui the best judiciously anJ convenience than are usually 1idi Tiie front is screin a ililuiirful promenaJe fenced off from the surrounding ithe hiin the and a hiiwim that and the of which view from all the and about 25 1lots of r iui r y a of unrivalled front will be sold under a n to bibuilt upnnx and beyond and on vi iif the with jilmibhcries on the forming il ihle vvit for building in the rC and the Reversionary biterrbt in by with may be hns Ue Markit Towni x i ail 1 and of and by PRIVATE the of genteel Brick DWELLINO four two dllir paved and desirably 1 Southw and funhfpsai culars by application to Auctio neer and THE LEASE of an elegant and i the ntieihbourhmd of ritzroy 7olv SOLD by PRIVATE by the Leuiof a neat arJ coivcnient pcrfrct suitable for a respectable U or one shilling to be laid out it of two sucoui dining and breakfast with folding excrllcrt airy ben cii oi convenient Iurther particulars to bt i t Cateaton Street vrtat P Corent who has an extensive and House to Dwpone in in where the neU very jnuch One Pcrsor BETHLKM r of Lriiiiw Hmpiul oi th 1 vt Novmil t i Uvri oclock to vrilh Person w j rve in Bethlem Hospital with the best at per for eleven from 1st Noveitbtr nrx tt Is The weekly consumption al pusent i between 50 and uO gallonsFurther rj b by applyiif to tiie Stiward at BrthUin and all tenders inust be to the Clerk r before thu 31st or they be JOHN Bridewell T O be peremptorily pursuant to Order of the High Court of bearing lt ihe 27th duy of IKOs made in a Cause U ASN Atisri ii certain GroundRenu and Leasehold lituate or near Oldstrectrood Willow and Sycamore in the county of and late the properv of Edward said Estates will br in seven and before SA MUEL COMPTON one of the Mailers of the on the 31st day of between the hours of and oclock in the at the Ihiblic Sale Room of the said in Southampton may te Ild C gratis at the said Masters in Southampton afore Kiid of Philip Kings and uf Teaant and Grjys SCOTLAND and the and rxcflKnt if the i K CLEMENT DESERTED his Wife and Infant hy which they havr bccnmc chargeable to the said purish of Clement CAJLEB HOLDER he is twentyciht years of of a middle very and ot a very fair with light and 1ght browu which he wore short he is hy trade a in Horse at at in the same pUce in Horse in all in the said parish tf Saffronhill at a Srell in Eer in the said parish and since at in the parish of C where his said ard from thence they have been 1 1 movcJ to the parish of Clement Danes wil xivc so that he maybe shall on such apprehension receive 1KNUn HARROWGA TAIXASI I KET1 BARNEY MING S I AMi Treasurer to the Overseen of the K v the following Carriages srt crhrr roo ni incrouJ to and New lost rv ad the Mail ai usual ev iv only One Night Nonb Mail irery aid Birmingham New Post at aid Oxfxrd Mall every aiid at 1 Jav and Cheltenhim i Oxford New and only Day every jt Pourn isle tyCGEOROK 30UUON NEW INVENTED IN of the great of iue of the bad quality of it cf wha has resided there near thirty v to rxyTimcnt of mixing Moles Fur with vtr and which he has found to answer his most ardent i not only for t tir on I rufourd to wear nut such ljts art made in i th isual thr Mole Fur making tliem so much nf a rloier tcimre thjn the rjrious coarse Jurs that axe use of in the msnifacturing of Hats her BiCl thu Fur will not come which has btn so rinch nf of as well as their a which vill retain their colour anc the of his own he at the once cf to stamps and Ladies in the couaciy should seiu the number ot inches round the of the y II the of for txnreht in any pout re fActing moli ouly doic at three j tiy order of WARNER AUCTION THE Directors have mat satisfaction in nn noiincfiK Ike of safit faif cnnMrd ijifjftnt tiie 1st day of January ttit cwimcnernunl ntlhis Auctioneers and Cajomfrcial Srnffrs irlto fctl a dixiostim to nrt respectfully informed the lari rfcave tlicir instructions preference and hair quilled thr tkf nccomnufinfiojfftvifi be tifcir Ttc illtailed with is IUruitt in a fanrarttaaie ti be ddmreil oj eariu us nuliiff of circumstances will uJiicli tltcy trxtt flB conrfy a jierfect iiica at lo Jiyn n of patronage 1iat tltt siinauhir rn Uiejmbfrc minil of ill vfthly and Ey order Ite cliuH Mart 1SC9 vpnue is collected in Scotland at the rare of jer and Great Britain genefjHy at the rate of 2LJL die per centaee on the O sh Postoifice revenue is which is THE A most nnrrerous and respectable meeting of of Birmmgham uus held last not much less than 50 per An enlightened when an address or congratu itoa the tnmidcnce aod at1 j tachment of the people of would prv babln soon remedy all and he able tn ctn to J call forth much the financial rDscufces of that flourishing of BRITISH TKISONEKS AT of his Ircted A blind who recently an ivrd at riy mouth in a cartel from vuiJ Lr some time pact been confined pre vious tr his departure from procured a and rs many oi the English prisoners who 1 rcHof of thj orphan were as he could send it signed tlievr of every names in and were on ho Sr has 4th of ISO which book he sue Opfncd fur the pu postof providing the poor of ceedcd in bringing safe Th town of l and to of the names die we shall insert hetr on the fiftieth anniversary of n the cvent rif the Iich was t resolved to attend divine illuminations on the 111 us stead to make a coilec ir At ot Miynr and of r several iiivinodr their object the coin fie A 1 1 opened the sum crl bo M lely apprrpriited towards ths he aged and NATIONAL i 1 There was a period in the history of die country when the subject Finance was more interesting than The Taxes crme home to the business and bosom of every man there is not one class in society to which Jicir ramificatioqs do not and it is pro u ibly to the pressure and the derange ment of our fraancLil that our chrefly loclcs as his her The income and cipenditure of the country are subject interesting at but i rticniarly at die present we thereforeproj jse to Iny before our readers a concise view of Eirtruices for the year ended the 5lh OSV the full details of which were by he House of to be printed m March GREAT of the Castoms on Monday John Yorkshire Alexandrr of Slnderbni Rk lard ditto diro Francii Sundcvl nd dir Michael Smittf ShuLls ditto John of S William of Robert of 1 John Georrc Avdrfw V and Robert o Rocrt John kcTje George 1komus oi South Robert X ri Shields Thomas i x ditto i Jbojii Lancaster TeipitiiKiith i ditto I r William IXirtmouih viltM Sundurlaiid uitu j rrrxxl to the the I i in tend o atterid difiiie hi whit i cf bv1 trie trofrv is oivibk every trails to the Jub J dine At Eves made o rc n anI Corporation except that ii is frlio1 havc t vx Triple of bs ii use have stiscribed a they trust will it of private t the poorer s be the Minister collect thoce Thev to thoir fp h oi nsmen to ca i ard Assessed Taxes Offi 1 ii on Pensions and Salaries Hiwkrrtj and Pedlars o t 9 0 0 O IB Si 2 8j 7 4S 3 14 4 2J die vrfvok of the Ordinary NVxt come the War under the Heads Additional Duties of C toms 4 1 Property Tax of Income Duty 1C 7 Total 5 This is the total produce of W ar which therevire brauches of Re weohsrtve the of 5OV72 9 3J Lotteries 0 O Money rtpaid by Public 1 13 Bj ivloney paid for Interest on Loans tcj Ireland 23 6 1 There are also various otifer smaller items of the whole Money the Grand Total 2 1 1 u which add Loam paid into the Exche quer in 1803 13 6 Crafld Total of 2ia 177 EXPENDITURK or BRITAIN is THE SAME YEAR EVDID NATIOXAL Interest and Charges of Management 16 Sj Money aupltcd to Reducdon of National Debt 6 on Erchetnier Bills 16 6 Total 9 3 CIVIL Under this Head are included all the f the Civil Government of the Total of this 1ind 10 3 Navy under all iu Heads 3 2 Ordnanca Ordinaries Extraordiiiaries To Swed Io Sicil TUB 3 H 1 1 Army Tot J Ii J 0 0 0 0 Total of 0 0 13 4 15 21 17 7 2 4 10 0 Cornwall John I J 1 ari ditto William ji4in i ofi nj at ulout rjiih to V Frajicis o Aniitty qf the A j o to tliL1 tng J j jhn Stmderland tile J IITI I of th bi g Afliiiiy ct t t i brig WillianDi f h biig Jjh of the 1 h Sri of the rrii Beadwcll Of or i of SintdcjliJKi John dii 1 ditto Thomas ditto t otto William Shields George lpSiV General M t per ruk to The be the hv a rj it v v i a Jit i to be a corn put u ul to t i nt i the the vKc hy After the Address was J a the fnrrred in i been ct as Yesterday morning the tors of the i Canal dispute hcd two pas igeboats one f which was the bearing the a company ot t j Purtobello harbour to for the puri pose of conveying to this city their Excellencies h R proposed hv I and who will set off day from the of Cfiarkvi lies seat near Their were at the seat of Lord Ross when die came from the Directors to have die hwurur ot conveying them to the metropolis by die Gracd which be ing they proceeded to th Earl ot and nrt expected in tomor anticipating dieir Graces had made suitable preparations so that the accommodation and entertainments are on a scale of grandeur elegance fit tor the Representatives oi said that he aprcJ in had been jait ind he did not think that an illurnkiaiion was the inost eligible moJe f their afTpctinn tarncil DOS r repcct for his be ad it a way expressing tiie of the he hud in his pocket a list ct tixty ar present in E to s expence might be productive cf re ved to their an I TO the Patent having been taken on the ih of February for compli cated 1lans to in Buildingm they have never been adorteii by the Public and in consequence of the published of tor o Hams to secure the elerant Theatre dcstrrction by by a vjlf or selfacting respectable Gentlemen have their that surh an rfTect utterly my plans beig and in a manner no was ever yut I shall be y to shew the effect of my invention oil the of oae of the London during in the short j often without or otfer ence to the ard thus orcc rest the claims ot an individual form invention in wolch the boppiness 1 property of thousands are concerned on the liberal and unbinJd of a numerous and respectable assemblage of BriGh iubJcas Kings 20 Miscellaneous Services Total of Eipcnditure income Surplus REVESUK OF IRELAND OrossRtipt of Tales Loans of tiie Year With regard to the Revenue of it is important to observe great a proportion of it is raised by The Loans of Ireland bear the same proportion to the Produce pf the TaiCj as the Loans of England would provided she j had borrowed about 67 millions instead of ten millions and a half in thecourse of her But it would be difficult to say what aspect the Fi1 nances of this country would pro vtded she were tomorrow as much money every as her This seems to shew that some new system is absolutely necessary with regard to j for the purpose of enabling hejp to raise i more of the supplier within the Every man who attends to the population and the rapidly in creasing commerce of musbbeeonvinced j that taxation in that country is not nearly com inensurate Vith her Ireland very deficienc in the mode of collecting reve nue for the unpaid balances in tht hands of col lectors amount to the sUlO of upon a revenue of beeween five and six while similar balances in tfie of Collectors in Britain amount only to upon the prodteious revenue The pence of the collection ij also ertremelj different in rhe two countries for wKile Uie Postoffice re A melancholy circumstance on Mon day at an Exhibition shop nf Boasts and ui where is a Rattle snaie in a close cajrr a at wor dropped his inle in taking it creature bit him tiie tiuimb and In a tew ihe lund tenibiv swollen snd in afvw hours die poor sulicrvr wjb of He is now at Georges where possible is paid to bu his i is and shcruy It in the different tliat ANN ot die village from Burtonupon in the county oi had lived orrt or any support i r some time we have it DOW in our power to to be d positive given u irom a who within these few paid a vS u and spoke wirh the said ANN who informed him shu had lived and a half wthon and one year the Oth ot might he at half the said to that the rcrf ho id to after the qlesiicn of was disposed was sub illy the same as the who spoke last had Tlo a pmeril waj then There a consideiable shew ct handi in it ir staled such as nsirht i to iliummate un the ac to j J e in ot hn TN Je oi to it is probAble that a great part if the respectable houses in be At she in tlieir civic net vired the co The fri iion eating Septemlier without drinking any even n glas cf cold spring To suti ty the and her village ruitted herself to be rtmoved from Jer cotcage to JACKSONS houre in that and watched by two at houis for sixteen days and nights and during that time she had not so much a a of nor did she ask for any thing thus far faculty she did live or rather say any except taking a large Scotch smiff bhe was iiacl to her humble cot and tliere bom at a ge in and been stature a fuilsireil woman vas to a person of the of and ha h jour Her legsand are doubled She has noi had througj hr for a long She CHU sit up straight in and work a at her needle she reads Bible and with the assistance glasses she sleeps at night from two four at a and die delicate appearance ofa 1vingin with a small tint of red just in trr ii1l C fcr ali rn IJK us a lor n i been unmindful of c cf tlicii poor neigh bours on the day ci Th Marquis the Earl of binyard The Sj in the p a r at FORTY THOLSANR The Ticket drawn last nij in 2 and and S f i Pri e J J and V 1 1 TheTicket a Pre at Bins rd holders may rcceiv A terriiile of ech of her cheeks her wetk vcice is low ruthsr but accurately rf tie tinct she is iS year of is most hrcakr7 oit som astonishing o the and the world at that have secu and heard of that to this her five senses Her Cn Cora ni re i rhe fin white wnen one cominr up in the o t on Iloyal in the of the in his f the piqv1 im fcf jri tO UlIS live beuscs pcuctu 0 i opinion is slie cannot live long and any person soner od tliat calk has free access to converse wid wounded so ed on Her own daughter and another woman attend nfid an un on She is visited br many frpm quest parti the ad verdict of
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