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Day (Newspaper) - November 23, 1809, London, Middlesex PIBLISI1ED MOJtNLNG AT NOVEMBER PRICE SIXPENCE HALFPENNY S HY THK 1 ht jit A VV vm inTv vk ir r vi ijol baize Ycrk BY THJS o snd at TumC Coffee This and ieUowmj Without re ONE Thousand Yards super wooldyed West Cmmtry 1000 varrk yaril 1000 yards Yorkshire TarJ coaru SOO yards kerseymeres PXmt 0 W V TEin an aid i nf a if Mui at lic the CLERK ndentands gertera artd can be well to arifl between Ue hoyrs of tvrclTe and jafixw Part EPORTS of CAps intheHlGH COURT Bv Of LtacBlal Barrister at Printed for Temple tar and of the PbHieillft a 4e wjth cbosldembkadditiuni of A COMPENDIUM of the LAW of KVI By THOMAS Of JUneotas Barrister at Lcmdon Printed for Law Bookseller Bell Templfcbaf and Upper L ds d be LET on for Twentyone with a cmiventent subitintfal DWEL 1 MO consisting rf an3 tmcUtn fit for ti wU be Py ay a FAMILY i the road oii th rown ef i rooms of good doobte eoach rlttrT siir be and at a fair pliasahtly smiate In the Mh Tho mas the present will shew treat for rhc apply at Jamess New at or of S sI c of Two 1 and Covent GardenfeatitUrig the Holder to a clear An nuity Twentylive founds per and also to an annual transferable Ffrt Particulars of Ro he SOLD by PRIVATE by of of whom Particu inayTje a Met GROUNDRENT of sn issuing crjt of a Brick Dwelling of three rooms on a With largo in the most of with the Interest of three times the Lately Royal price REPORTS of CASESjargued and determined fn the MICH COURT M Of at Printed for Law Bookseller Tefaplebar Upper jbnce e FIFTH EDI pointing out the has created Templebar Bell Upper oricTlPJio uncle of James rhe p first served the office of Chief the hod dV ing the Ion which ince Hussey ftus uni himself in the regaid and confidence1 of Ls fellow T Upon which Captain She Jon came into Court the young followed by her The writ IfuLtas then produced the rfturn read as that Jie served hr in ci the representative which He has refkercd honour by able integrity and independence it was Council on this lie an assurance of its continued attachment and perfect and thanks for his long ser vices in and for the manv the in to the writ of to me do thaf the Elizabeth Moore did of her own freewill come to reside f this on wth me and I do farther certify that no laiden her by so resided with or OT by any if the i mc nl hat sheharh J to liberty to go away Lord G hath been heetvsnd now o anv person she may dimJC her father here r cf his regard to the interests of this his And it that resolution my h comes in the possession wl Lord Let her bs delivered should be engrossed and presented tu UP to T T Hussev bv the Ma THE KING AT THIRTEEN AND AT Bridcbtflt to he SOLD bj PRIVATE r r 30 standinr the with eariy pos n tic East of I most twu of Richard M vr I r low htnit mi dwelling i i I igfal an 1t Three the xvhnJc ofThic to 13tL called Jamaira l rrru in of si t only rr Cuy to lei I i H and at nrrinnurn and I lit C R HULL ad at I i by jrjn a vanelv ot ipt on ttc Prr lUnrv cTOCK in t ibit shrrt nf black bom wirri and HI hi lofi fer arJ Moil x near T has and ollowinj STOCK in TRAPK and House i Thomn Ooack ind and src 1 a np J sts ol t in lici h rVr teti of donble and irjuisitc r tht bjif gliu and divenjCed nurble nutly papered and fitted in modem a cheerful 5iripg good birje Uy with water the whole formlrg ode of Lhe most pleasant and rural rtmncl witli the peculiar advantage of coaches passing to and from alj parts of London every tuiiir in be by be had of the Old No ROYAL HPICKETS and SHARES for the ensuing 1 STA7 E on the new and Improved air wiling by and The Scheme contains 4 12 And if 500 The whole to be drawn in One fc Upper ttoe the 3d Edition of of Tenders and Purchasers ettera is in the a wlien we have all been congratulating each other on the commence menl of the riluerh year ot our venerable Sove reigns your readers will doubtless find pleasure in the fbllcrwmf passages irom the letters of Miss Tulboc upon the subject of his character in early The anecdote related in the first of them may Ix considered as told upon die best Miss Talbot having been acquaint ed with the then Bishop of his Ma jestys The character given in the was doubtless drawn from the representa This her tremble parties As they She IK t to with her see to effectu 1 lie took her by and wept and the IjOIl n vine i hj Court viil cvcmd one ctfer daughter in tht that offence it be to die Tiir AND or Tlie an to jLoyal price EPORTS of and determined IV in HIGH from 1778 w Bell CCTY LOTTEKY TICKETS AT REDUCED W the and and Pickett removcd from his late rcspcctfuiry informs Ms the that in conse quince of his exertions the Contractors for the City Lottery hive been under the necessity of lowering their ana he hai now the opportunity of selling the Tickets at Bt being J fall of per Ticket and he flatters himself that he ihsll shortly be able to announce a still further of vrhich he will not fail to give timely The Drawing will certainly take place in i JAL il Observations Law Writes ded Is a Com of To which is a Plan for dauifyilja public or private ASHOR GRAPHT coBtaSSng rome on the authority of the Rei eoflectectfrom the beit paOKW to the Aothws Reflections on By RICHARD WHALLEY B London Printtd far Templebar and BeD This Day Is pruned is IBHOTHECA JLEGUM AN CLEE a Complete Catatogne of Law ar ByWlLLlAM London Printed for Law Bookseller Bell Templebar and Upper It is that the utility of the present com pilation will be apparent the whole being so as to enable the purchaser to at one stich works as may treat on the subject of bii partictihr study or J Arms rty of a frr a in the by order of The Urpe wainfcol IS fret PUBLIC inland Coals of excellent quality and Moira from the Collieries of the Earl of Moirfon Ashby are DOW jpmnjby at the Irongate public at held under the Grand Junction Canal Com pany of whom alsn may be Stafford shire Coals And of ercellejit from WWnes and KssingtoTi Wood and Wanrtfckshire and Jicst And at the same India and all who rrQuire great may be supplied bj with the Stourtmdge Fire to long and justly celebrated for its superior quality iu standinf the most intense and made to any form or with a cement lay them warranted to stand fire longer than any bricks ever offered to the and stamped with the makers snld by at the same Bflstonp Grinding of superior and of all from six mchfs ti five feet post paid addressed to will be duly attended This Day in 3 royal Sva price new bring the Sixteenth of pOKE UPON and AddtioDs of and y FRANCIS HARGRAVE and Of Lincoln Includmg also the Notes of Lord Chief Justice and Lord Chancellor Nottingham and an Analysis of Lyttlctoti written by an unknown m This Edison contains laienionj in the Notes ol the latter in consequence of Judicial subse fluajt to the last Thr ahnosTentirely has been framed by Charles John of Lincolns London Printed for Clarke and and Reed and Upper tions of persons of high tor amongst such Miss Talbot htr lire from those j of Archbishop with whuni ihe her mother 1 I think you will be pleasfd the Bishop of Norwichs manner of addressing himself to this little Prince of one of the first times he was with He asked if Ive was setting out on a he should like to gallop a very little way at have all the res and or to get over sortie few difficulties at and gallop swiftly and sfrloothly all the rest of the way You see the The Prince was so with that he told with honest polito cculd learn almost any thing of is with this charming and speaks well of him in every How shall I express to you my onfind ingthe excellence of that on which a rtations hopes under the Wesstnr of a still era JTP in every Judgment f Your Lordshis t person out ot t at Liver i prevent naval senice in ceOilinj1 ried on to checked it oitlier the land or icUvl L e scrvirt a my certain kn mercy to r the T o to the un to conduct inay be o s to rhiie witiiout al railed and John James Brad and Die appeared William Henry Richard Ashl Wiiiiam It appeared by rhe frr the prosecu on die 29h of Nnvember prr son of the name of John Lncn duly impressed inio his Mijostyi bea service assisted by to cuild the Prince of in That ab JO p as a of wtich the nine d ersons ettiuljTits were a and equal to afl that my Lpart and the not tliey imagination had ever formed of it even hid Not only a steadiness of a offensive They John judgtne wisdom and pmdence that is seldom the lot of such early a mildness and an openness and that make it equally e spetfed and beloved what seems almost asfonishing on so suddrn a transitipn from the most retired life to the most important and most public a a net of a grace and propriety of ease and dig that every body Is charmed vect Crossly shoiid might be taken ti not a proper su dial if lie wxuld kill those the rendezvousIn ui up LJiat he for he was thcj UL delivered up thej and bum aich to b it of his This Day is prise in a New being the with tp the present T OVELA5S on WILLS and INTESTA CliS a and f how a man s Family or ReLuions will enti T 105 ribbon drawers 20 Vet fy fr with sliding I jt re fnurtf i s only i C The Knrirttaa I and lapjnnr L aiil r and gucd titchen J HE ROYAL and Ladies and Gentlemen of Fashion use RUSSIA for moisten ing ibe hair when is to great a nourither to the to prevent turning grey to all period promotes the makes tbc thick and long prevents iu and restores it on bald if the least Gentlemen that were bald nave after using Russia Oil rajrnhrly for six the bald places be itb hair also promotes cybrows and whis 2 Ljrrcl and MfTTl on the FURN1 an cicel cC T Ai other athf r ai if will prernt them turning a reddish co or which is tno generally the on account of the wtting they receive from who wear false wili find the Russia Oil a VJiuble anirle to use whin It is geJ jlrr reniirkd pyrscns wcnng false that a short Cme wearing hecomrs is easily diiscorcred bv bsinj the Russia Oil its being jt chimney ind usscls 13 Itensils in in the lirntS or rbc Cn f PJ in thr lair in t itp Blu H uith thrrfstiil painca per At tht sc and appearance Ohcrve the bbel on the mitsie of bottle iiRnldin Russian M VxiXufiky and Prince any without that are Price per or f ie bottle containing four at six guinea bottles at fire Soid whi and retail by the A Of by by Sirvth Perfurai r to his Bondstreet Hendrie and to her Tichborntstreet 117 Greetstrcet Sirind Fleetstreet Kicgs Cheapside Oxfordstreet Tun Royal Exchange and by most of the principal Per fumers or Medicine m and Scot Courtrv Shopkeepers sending their orders toiny wholesale Tender thrr deal in will receive Uberal allow ThiDav is a New the con Royal price 11 y HJi BANKRUPT LAWS cootainmg Ex of the Statutes now in with an Abstract of latt Act introduced by his Majestys SoEatorGeneril hi IJTVI entitled to hit Real and Personal by the Liwkof and Customs of the City of London and Province of York con taining and necessary Forms for erery Person to and hjs own Wfll like wise Directions for Executors how ts act after the Testators with respect to proving his taking upon them the getting In the and paying Debts and London Printed for Inner Templelane TempleBar and Upper Or Ttui Day is price THE COMPANION and GUIDE to the LAWS of com prising information on the following Important subjects Benefit of tht Duties of Executors and the Law relating to Landlords and Masters and is m containing Formi of together with Instructions for persona making their own The whole communicated In the most easy and forming a manna of legal highly useful ind interesting to the the Man of and the By a MembV of the Honourable Society of the Inner London Published by Law Bell Templebar and Bir James was sworn n Cl7 on occason iJ T PJ rart ot a Islinp a f h tn puTri apTYLtl hills will be era nr nis iviajusiy 9 relatingto Cues of the Couru of TAW and melnding the most modern Decisions with a Collec n of the most useful and Precedents wi matter kuiprcy and the lite Orders of the Lajd Chancellor Lordlxjuphborouglwandrard for regnlat Prixeediniri By WILLIAM Stock Of Lincolns Barrister at i mrf The First containing the aiid De and I may be had Printed Law j Jicn Of whom An Epitome of the he gave giand at the Council to the Members of the the Digni taries of the and other principal Gentle men of city and The Earl of the Earl of Viscount Sir the Chan cellor were The whole of the Officers who had marched in on the pre ceding with the several detachments jast landed from serving their country in Spain and alsoincited to the civic and generally The appropriate toast of Loid and the Heroes of Tala with rapturous The above bemg the fiftieth anniversary of the flay on which r William our b LAW COURT OF BRUTOV GRAMMAR The Lord CJIANCIXLOB judgment this on the application apade a short time to remove the feter Curzen from the Mas tershiprjof the Bruton Free Grammar School in upon alleged grounds of miscon The facts of die and the arguments which were stated in THE DAY at having been taken into die consideration of his with his usual his i was pleased to refuse the prayer of die i b J r r J A irv in outline of felt woie bjt pro ce i the Of KINGS THE Topping that this was the case which he had obtained a writ of Habeci directed to Captain commanding him to bring into Court the body ofElizabeth who was under His for the purpose of her being delivered to her The parties were now in attendance if the Court should call them in they would Ganroiv I do not think it will be ne cessary to trouble the Court with the appearance of the or with any thing further of this I understood from Top out of Court this that it would not be because the young woman is de livered into the care ot her being IjaJcen to be he merchant A great number of affidavits were behalf of the the wiiich the that their weekly wages n one and the 1 that they were ail aiu pendent upon them for sorrow and contrition kr betrayed into it by a mised mot to equa best of the Kings in obediv as they felt an unfeigned attachment to a that tlty had expressed these sentiments in a which was presented die Lurds s the Admiralty in hopes ot having faheir ships recommendanori to disjppointcd in their tor tlie lecuived to must take its then the mercy the employeij and buurs gave them excellent The My the against persons given ot inv ut they answer The law AiiurKcijGincrul soke ii is f thc vinJ have in as follows to me tc ask ihat rirjht the iiivu of what c must Liveriooi if to the character hve received frum tfose wlo mide are ready to icai in a of which havu ro oi selves to rrein die I parties arc brought up j tins countryhas upii tle and she is delivered to her father I do not have embraced a know whether it be necessary that die act of dej ami ac the livering orer to her father should be done in md m n I have no wisii tor if it be not ne sm sorry Co you not be it of delicacy to die feelings merely th T 1 1 LoiW i i to n s in ur them which o that cie 1 away cf the I and it will to of die I wished to pass by ihe ceremony of die delivery over of the parry in Livorp They have die security of the custody being with die Justice LE You have a right to have die writ obeyed iu open Tup Iunderstood from Top ping thii morningi out of he had no wish to bring this young woman into but that she might be delivered orer to her father out cf Lord As the writ is return able we onght to liave the performance of an obedience to it in It u a writ whicr jnt ni Iic i of hai like thot for in before your for rescuing it presst the caso o given earjy in wasreceived protects the liberty of die and due and as well obedience to it ought to be aj guardians of dip freedom ave a i partial OLC i b t rnulatudc of men u bv v not only to n the man was rendezvoushe not cklivsied up to ycur Lordships bu also to lie person These icaucrj c of die munwe that the writ is properly sp i Call into crj iy service i in hut those
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