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   Day (Newspaper) - November 20, 1809, London, Middlesex                                MORNING AT SIX NOVEMBER TPRICE SIXPENCE H hc i a d STACK of WARE i the in at liook be i i TR by il in the Theatre the Holder to a clear An r sd to an r i of Ro I r two or months in Rus 11 i i t for the reception ot a i n o ait refirrnces will be fuithcr I l Tavis cr Hoi SALES THIS Coital Wrought Iron old Building By at the EngineHouse belonging to the Westminster in at in 40 by order of the Board of OUNDRY BUILDING con fisting of mahogany and glazed sashes and folding plazed and pannellrd doors and chimney riu with carved columns and nilasters large quantity of useful stuff three capita wroucht iron four register a Urge windup kitchjr Snoke three a cistern lined with and various other b 1U1 rnpanv of at a Ge t Fen the at Piice f for the of the third Ir and for taking such i kEi r ban two in a al1 except rhe o or before Mon wten thihi urs of ten and be I Xcit Household rardrobe ot Fine Table and Bed curloui an Eightday Chime u the Forty at by order of the neat and genteel HOUSEHOLD FUR L Dresden matchless wardrobe of fine and diaper table arid bed an eight day bracket chime of Martha de ceased comprising and iron with damask and cotton goose feather beds and and writing mahogany a curious tapcatry carpet in fine and kitchen i V Id ii illut u prrr IfK MANNERS and CUS tbrEighteenth i and Amuse r ihat puriod with a t in 1 b To which arc iL nd in Sr and IVemos be by the same Lon ncicnt Hittnj and modero de riltii from ihtr arlcian and other price in I Day is I after by nd in 4 1towith proof GIL BLAS of from tliFrench of I i Re Patcrnos in with the sonic in and at the abcnre frnm Didotc revised in a itylc i tilTrench editions In isd the for the on or ROSSS HEADS n witn the Fashionable NOT and the inivrrally attended his ornamental above all compe rs tuihuus bcatijn to the princi a length been enabled to intro the most extraordinary discoveries that Jiuman imagination could the appellation ol Rosss i rvs tn the most pirfect sem of the skin and compleiional and ap artii base upon which the hair is ri as to admit uithout the possibility of clis is exquisitely as to ut tite the most sold in Shares the following tlir 2 iOO the outitandiig oi fi rxclianje them for Tickets I l which is on the un I cu c pi with BlUis or the IJM of rrere old in L St OFFICES il acquaint the from the Bank of and that they may be 1iikrts the ijire by c b frjsn 1 he uid of th which Clan a Prize of Hvirruby atd in the last State liiet of 1 of 1 of 3 of Prizes panl on All orden dispatch to any prrt of the lhy is and rs the hte State return a to the for Uw tin y jave to the new for Drawing Dili and la that it his fully of Govi by doing away on haVtbeen so much comr beg leave to the New Statt or tin samr and will be drawn VrbruaiA Four Tickets of each r c H LM 1 Prizci of JO 100 p X now on 5alc at the old and facing the Kings and 1 CITY LOTTERY 1 M01 I barged of Land i i in Tb be drawn in in I ickcxs each No filed of 500 JKOOO i 1 MOO To Flour at the Gun Billin at one ABOUT 150 Sacks of in lots of 10 Sacks eseftfrrkm by distress for Kings and removed to the at the Jolly Angler North ride of Lea near Hackney AND OTHER A CAUTION AGAINST T New J sole Inventor and Patentee of the Lamp so much sought and with Spiral and Valves which tale off to cleanse without expence and Patent begs to Mate to the Nobility and Pub lic In that by his Lamp the most elegant apart ments would uot in airy length ot time sustain the least soil or the fcrtid effluvia and smoke arising from the oil being entirely consumed in the which is thereby ren dered most brilliant and unequalled by the light of any other Lamp one Burner produces the light of six Wai Candles at the expence of only The extensive demand and drculatioH of these Lamps has given rise to numerous impositions on the the sellers are traced particularly and Lamp and Ironmongers but the only and real Patent have Smethursts name rn a label the and are to be and sold cxclu a Ins where there are the greatest va riety v elegant in the for all purposes where iiht is JM Brass having altered to new Par nt one kept burning doily for Genuine Spermaceti Oil for the above Sanctioned and recommended by many eminent MinUtars of different whose names will be Tomurrow will to be continued in a small pocket neatly sewed ia coloured price PROTEST ANT DISSENTERS AL JL for the Year of our Contain bsiiicrt all the usual Astronomical and many melul A Calendar of Associ io in with new Biographical and Historical A concise History of Abstracts of the principal relative to Vroceedinp or a Repeal of the Test and Corporation A brief account o Sects and A List of Dissenting A complete Table of Dissenting Chapels in and near the times of Preachers and An List of recent A List of New A complete List of Disseiit ng Ministers in and near The Lectures at Sailers in Lie of New A Chronological Tuble of Eccleuatticzl An Obituary of uious and eminent The whule de itjned for the Use of Protestamt and ersons of every London Printed for the and sold by Wil iams and SiAUonerscourt and all the Booksellers in he United i V 500 MO 1 Pr nv brtn recently valued by wrrs 1 kkvts art uL Oic Udiiiud THE ROYAL and Ladies and Gentlemen cf Fashion use RUSSIA formoisten ng the hair when is so great a nourisher to the is to prevent its turning grry to all periods promotes the makts the hair grow thick and long prevents its filing and restores it on bald if the least icYtrtxl Gentlemen that were bald have after using he Russia Oil regularly for six the bald places be came covered with hair also promotes eyebrows and whis Gentlemen cujht not to omit using it to the whiskers after as it will prerent them turning a reddish co or which is too generally the on account of die welting they receive from Ladies and Gentlemen who wear false will find tie usia Oil a valu Mc article to use when U is ge nerally remarked persons wearing false that after a short wearing it becomes dry and is easily discovered y using tinRussia Oil it prevents its being as it iJeps tlit falc hair aid appearance Observe the Luel on the outside wrapper ol each bottle it igncd in gold Mochrikufsky and Fringe any wihout that signature are Price per or one bottle containing four at one or six six guinea bottles at five Sold wholesale nrd retail by the A Pi Oxf irdstreet an by by Perfiimerto Bondstrevt Perfumers to her T street Greekstreet Strand Meetstreet Cheapside Oifordstreet Royal Exchange and by most of the principal Per umersor Medicine Venders in and Scot Country Shopkeepers sending their orders to any wholesale vender they deal with in will receive liberal allow THS LONDON 1st Rrgimtnt of Life Lieutenant John to be Captain a by vice who Sd Regiment of Dragoon Lieutenant Ceorje White to be Captain of a by vice promoted in the 15th Light 4th Hospital John Freer to be Assistant Sur vice promoted to the Staff in 5th Bmhwait to be without PU4th Regiment of Litutenait William Coles from the 4Oth to be vice Colditream Regiment of Foot Ensign Free mantle to be vice 3d Regimert of Captain Morns to be by vice who 7lh Ensitn R from the be 1 by who retires Hospi tal Mate Duirenan to 1e nth LieutenantColonel George from the Staff in North to be vice who exchanges Captain Ernest Otto from tS Sth Garrison to be Captain of a nee Victor Raymond to be without purcnast Henry to William to First vice Richard to be Stcopd vice Cole S6th Ensign John to be without vice who resirns Ensijn George to be vice Hamilton deseased Thomas William to be vice f8th Ensign Henry to be Lieutenant without vice promoted in the 95th Foot SOth Captain from the Sicilian Regi 10 be Captain of a vice wfco seitent of AssistantSurgeon Van Mil from the 97th to vice de SEd Captain Fmnfis from the 57th t be Captaiuof a whp S8d Ensign Buck to be by pur vice who 37th Ensign John Kellett to be vice wto resigns the Adjuuntcy 41sf Lieutenant William from the 1st York to be Ensign Ronald MKinnon to be vice deceased Volunteer David Barclay to be En vice 55th Ensign John Johnson to be with out purchase Ensign Thomas to be ditto John to be vice Johnson Thomas to be El 57th Captain vice from the S2d to be Captain of k Cocnpanyi vice who ex done David from the c without purchase Lieutenant to be Captain of a 58th LreuM Corsican without punsBasfc Christopher Wil oe to ba Ensign William and Adjutant William to have the Rank of Lieutenant Ensigns Beniamjn Robert Richard vice and George vice to be Lieute nants without Ensign Thomas William rom the 60th vice Fitzgerald William by pur vice Charles William vice Richard Henry vice Thomas vice and Edmond vice to be 60th Major Wflllam Williams from the 81st jo be LieutenantColonel without purchase Major James to be Ditto Terence to be vice deceased to be without vice appointed to the 58th 63d Ensign W3Bam Wood to be vice deceased Ensgn Thomai Illingworth to be Lieu vice deceased Michael be vice Thomas be En vice 68th Ensign Patrick from the 78th to e vice 71st HospitalMaie Maginn to be Aasistant vice 77th Regiment of Major John from the 51 st to be by vice Mad who Sjtli Lieutenant Arthur from the o be without vice super 9Oth Charles to be without vice fiimoted to the 95th 95th Ensign Tarfeton from the POth to be First without vice whose appointment has 2d West India tjeutenant Joseph Walton to be Captain of a without vice Royal African Lieutenant Charles from the 87th to be without Royal WestIndia Ensign Powell Morphesr tr je Lieutenant without vice appointed to he 38th Toot Dugald to be vice York Light Infantry Ensign James Mennel to ie without rice appointed to the Royal African Corps Ensign Jonathan Warner to be vice Newcomeri appointed to the 84th Foot Geisper ter to be vice Warner to be viee Royal Corsican Major John MCombe to without vice ap iointed to the 51th Foot Ensign Scippioni to be Lieute rice superseded Gent to SicUian Captain Nirdin from the SOth to be Captain of a vice ex hanges Alexander to be vice 5th Capt from the llth o be Captain of a vice who 4th Royal Veteran Lieutenant Robert Thornp from the Royal Regiment of to be vice appointed to the 2d Royal Veteran 5th Captain James from the 10th Royal Veteran to be Captain vice who lOth Royal Veteran Captain John from he 5th Royal Veteran to be Captain of a Corn vice who exchanges TownMajor Ralph ioss of to be of the Royal Foreign En to be Major In the Joseph from the 1th to be Inspecting Field Officer of the Militia in Jova vice who Captain from the 31st to be Major in the ie being appointed to serve in Portugal under the command of LieutcnatGtneral vice As sistantCommissary Thomas Dunmore to be a DeputyCom BiissaryGeueral to the THE KINGS GERMAN 2d Light James to be Qnarter vice 3d Ensign William Appuhn to be vice who Frederic Bernard o be vice THE DUII or aauNswjcic OELS LicutenantGcneral His Serene William Duke of Jrunswick Oels to be Colonel Wilhelm de Dornberg to be ColonelComman with temporary rank in the Lieutenaat Coloncl de Schrader to be with Major Wilhelm von Wessein to be with ditto Major Carl Tempsky to be with Captains Carl August Count Henry Count Wilhelm von Julius von and Wil helm von to be Captains of Troops with temporary rank in the Lieutenants Henry Ludwig von Heiiry Wilhelm Leopold March de and Heinrick to be with temporary rank in the Second Lieutenants Ernst Frederick La George Carl Heinrick and Franz to be Lieutenant Wilhelm to be with tempo rary rank of Lieutenant in the QuarterMaster Friderich to be Regimental Quar LieutenantColonel George Ludwig de to be Lleu with temporary Rank in the Major Frederic August de Hvrtsberg to be with Major Franz de Fragsteim to be with Captains Leopold Frideric Franz Frederic August de Frideric Ludwig Charles Count August de Johann Henry Guvav von Heiden Charles von to be Captains of Com with temporary rank in the lieutenants Ernst von Frederic Henry von Wol Henry von Frideric Carl i Ludwig von George von William voa Wilhelm von Ernst Henry For ster Julius Ernst von Julius vonKef Carl von Ernst Frideric Carl Ludwig von Friderich Wilhelra von Hcyden Carl WilheUn von Berrjen Ludwig von Friderich von Friderich to be Lieute with temporary rani in the Second Fndench Gus tav von Franz von Ludwiy von Frideric Wilhelm Frideric Carl Albert Von Wilhelm to be To be Charles Hcury To with temporary Rank of Lieutenant in the Lieutenant William Henry De To be Ensign Silvester from Meurons To be AssistantSurgeon from the Cape BANKRUPTCY Francis late of wart David of dealer and to Novem ber 21 28 at and December at at Attorney MrPhillip Kings John late of builderr dealer and Nccreruber at at aad Decem berSoVat at Old William of Bishop December and it the Bridge Bishop Synvi a London and Thomas V and chipmai December at at the I pool LAW Hanoverstreet and GriffiJi and COURT O r M Sir a repcctiMc 11 a short distance presenLed a potili Thomas late of aler and November I kccmbtr at r at GnfldhalL Alii it j fti i u i dezl ele1 CornhilL William of Middlesex Novembef at Dtcember ai and at at Cliffords William Pollock Cowcher and of Cle dealers aiiJ November and at Guildj 1Sl halL nary as anv th actions coulJ pcs v able I I pcrty iu tiie 1 George of cheese dealer and ut ij and at at his Thomas of December and at at the Globe Thomas London and V to aiJ to oCVOi I iii tre county ccejLJ per u James of Gray s f dealer November at ajd Dectm c er lj ber at at Wai Matthew of dealer and November December and at at Rum mcr Whitcombe and at and at the Punch Clay ton Swale and Great dieted to i s ot which so his ij to IKshouLi ai to Serjeants London and William of High horsi be This tunied aid kr that John of tame a arms dealer and November at December c at at Xtlr I1S u i til at he MI wouiJ n re so iicur ith o a Thomas of 1y dealer and December and at at upon ihc GuildhalL ABeckett and BroadI i Oodato i James of Upper in conseqnc ler and November and Den rnber a1 friend ot the at Saviours Robert late of doakr and November December at and at at John Join of dt aler and November Dccmber atine Castle Haverfordwest and Price and Lincolns Charles of dealer and December and at at the Globe Ta Stanistreet and Liverpool and i he j icii ini coriiiatied in cr the present lered to advance induced to prudent advice and ness lib to the In tlie year t examined a r his atter r his in c 1 present his Lxam wiih the melancholy bs unable to pay n nil James of November I for advice to I December at at the Bush anl Bristol and Grays John of and at the Coach Thomas South John of Great srri December aad it at Attor hllijon an Loin bar Samuel and December atu at at the Globe Lhan London and of Upper and ember at December at and at a Fijhmon bpptr 1 Robina Marchant and Martha of dealers and Ncvember and at at Thomas Strickland Swinton Colthurst Hol of at the Crown and Anchor Ta Thomas of at st the Rummer another hrst and n ajar and lha all jd be Yv strong sion of tliat in CIM ilccket who was rhe to give n On aua once t cjf his lend made upon i that a Hisrli d clis he cc to Sir and Pe lor the a James Bolton and Fletcher of Warj sideratiun ot his in support rf the pe at at the Moscly that tlis ac ol u s ihe i Robert of j nn i pnl j ri A at at William of illr U oodgate anu Ma U not e at petitioner who at th at John of was in fact at at George Adolphus at at Guild tUlu John of Great haber at at Robert of cottontwist at at Charles of shop at at Joseph of to judge ol the p or i dence of such a c narcJ his Lord to consider tue tion of six finds ail at of bereft of West at at tjicpower of and pro John of Swine po advantave profit re than com at ut I r Georgr of at Guild Joseph of at at Cecrje of Charing at at Job late of at at the George Samuel John late manufactu at at the George Kinpton Thomas of Saint dealer in spirituous at at Ds niel Blachford and Richard 1 ti r at at Samuel of at at WhiteLion I HC bexr and Robert of j fjjends to cachr die r petent to cover double the and obliged him to leave his children inheri of the is natcly to the conduct of They attributed this mi h mistaken to eas of Wcodgate and c with great v the of the at at the Lawf at Star Garter a John of New tj eukd at at 11I drive him George late of Sutton in eardenprs ncse at at Swap Wmum of Sr at at made several to At iast urelv from nio ives or J Sariuel of brick away the in no d in oft drove at Wiluam Operand fue go bv John of the at at j j r r Solemon of the ot 1 at at James i titioner had an almost at i Uiva hoped L Samuel of cottonmanure which of li u i would supe ia bjJi jje a c e public private hearin OF TUE V on Francis of of Matthew ThcniVs and William of WUson of Hick PARTNERSHIPS Edvrfn Hirst and Francis of Allen ard Hugh ol Holvwell au fricge and j Swlnney and John proprietors of the Bir mingham Joseph been In and James i jt Thomas Wflsori and of Liverpool and Man Tompkins Joseph of Sylvester and Gforyc of manufacturers of Francis and William of Hough urt of Lyonstret ferred t t t The Arn that in going ie r th severe rr TTTjt the de d of hii i on e as he was in die r a of in Portu of Stukeupon manufactweri of bcth Babbington apd Robert TuUwi ol Poulson and Stokeupcn The of the defendant   

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