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   Day (Newspaper) - November 27, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY IVIORMNG AJ SIX NOVEMBER E SIXPENCE AIV7 HN of the i r Hs held it the PIAZZA in the I UTIOSS were pnsstd Mutup iV approve ia in vbcii Rcpon of this of this bf given to for their jrcm ittrntion to the gent ml intic i nf bpren to E his unrmittcd pvu in pruniutins the intrrfst of this hereby offers him their high approbi of this Meeting be given to the he in which hihas reported the pr W and for his aide and imparti the CuAJR he procecd partial coc cV That tlie Transfer be ck ed on the 8th of i rn Dividends hxvi hjri yit fn lilt to to vv A j STACK WARE with or without ir in Book Coins ot die a CABINET clinically v j and intcuigent Col TGAR DEN he IiUVA F by rSURlU POUNIl SH in tLc Theatre n entitling thiHolder to a clear An iimyfive per and also to in Free Particulars of Ro To be ui for Twentyone with posset convenient substantiil DWEL of earing and SIT sletpingroorm and kitchen fit for the roidcnee of a genteel and itiMti in the i hi pnMnt will jhewthe To treat 1J New 1 ilnV ROYAL KKTS SHARES tor the ensuing on the ncwand improved and T he Scheme contains 4 Prizei of of of WO I ii h in Unc H sn and and f5f1i Friends KJ IS and ff thcptricm Orand Lot it thnr Others ind they particuUrly beg to tu Forty Capitil 2nd excellint pbn at tht Ut which h and mi In in Kth IS Lis with Sir James Brans to near the Mansion s t the of his Irunds to the Scheme of which CAHHAL ilv and the whole to be mudi contidinte Fyun claim the fjvuuri of the in the tsvu divided amongst 3 Prizes of 1 1 Prize of 500 entitled to and 1 nty in to really an iiicreJablf to n and A ri fjr 1 return to the for the 1 v iliu now for Drawing i it his rally by doing iwsy Ik have been so much com to rcirommctiJ the New Stau j an be drawn i in of each Prices of jf arinow 14 SO Sile at the oU iriig the Kings i i or ROSSS HEADS O H 11 IM wii wliidi the Fashionable receivrd ROSAS New anJ tbe v universally attended hii ornatiierjtaj him jU compe yt xrs itppUcatiorv to thft poacl he hns at length been enabled to intro thr oni of the ertmordiniry nf that human iznafinatton could 3 1 whirh have ohtainrd ttc appellation ot Rosss nf Art here rises to the most perfect sero pf the supertice of the skin and coirrplexlonal oi the most astonisliingly ap i t ir work and which the hair ll 1 vrry particle is so admirable conitructed a to admit without the possibility of whMc tystrm is so eiquisttcly to useful comfort andelegance or tiJte with the raoft of Thi day in price v ACCOUNT of the BRAZILS com rsinj a Narrative of the most remarkable EveaU that vi there since its disccvt i of the of the and Cote with remarks on the nature of its rornpn and Internal To winch we Cautions to New for the Preservation ii By ANDREW fr Public of all Booksellers may be just A i of By Christian Augustus V v hesitation in recommending this Work to of the Public at the present A V THIS Elm Timber Chapel Iile of By on the by the at rpWENTYSIX LARGE ELM Crowing near the above Lot Two large Elm Two large Valuable Knights Hill naer By on the This and rtve following Days j the Sale to bcjln each Day precisely at 11 ALL the valuable BUILDING MATE RIALS of the above which erected by and intended for the residence of the Right EdwardLord deceased comprising number of beautiful and plain marble chimney with register and Bath mahogany and other handsome doors and dres wellproportioned modern some glazed with plate and modern fittings com the fittings of a very handsome the reined mar ble octagon black marble a screen of fluted columns sud pilasters on marble real clean deal and batten wood and modern water with mahogany com bine ot domestic aid numerous other ef A capital Mahogany Couutinghouse with tight rising and strong rass rail at Great This and Three following at AN assemblage of modern aud excellent HOUSEHOLD pier ind chimney and five pair of costly and black aud gold atarble pier on antique small library of in handsome and and bed and items of utility and re moved from the residence of a Baktr Scve rare Oriental splendid Can Dresden and Japan of a distinguished by at their Spacious at ASiiijrularly valuable Assemblage of costly including many that are absolutely the genuine property of an eminent of acknow ledged judgment and whote precarious of health compels a peremptory consisting of most beau covers Gothic ehaied and Egyptian beautifully designed sar coohagus mounted in or molu a pair of unique teagreen crackled sumptuously mounted fine large cbira Dresden china barrelt and cabinet cups and finely painted with and an infinity of other which it is eminently entitled to the attention of the liberal CoUertor a a by Live and Dead Farming near This and following at by order of the Proprietor neat modern HOUSEHOLD FURNI JL TURE comprisingciceliem beds window japanned mahogany pier a capital by rhiiu quantity o t Pretrt and John of Thorneystreet December 5 and January at at GuildhalL WfllUm lite of dealer and December at and January at at TJi JJeW and Richard George Mabhs of November at December and January at at Charles of the dealer and November December and January at Israel late of Decembf sud at At Sfc Mary John of dealer and De cember 7j and January at at the Bpsh Bristol and Brice and Lincolns James late of dealer and and at at Guildhall Cheap WilKara of hnenJra dealer and and January at at Maddock and Ste Lincolns Joseph of Little Lincolns dealer and December and Jamiary at at Demon and Bar Grays William deultr anJ November at onej December 11 s at and January at at Mat thews and of at at the Kings Head Coventry William Jackson and Thomas of at at the Kings Head Adam of at The papers which the snips are bound to have apprizing ot their inten on are the they arranged that Evins and and billbrief and the bills of and ceri u of must be signed by the Russian as or French in places where no such Consul by the Magistrate ot the It is reported that the exportation of rye is to be permitted exclusively from this but we have not yet received any official on this According to the LK accounts irom all Sorts of colonial produce main tain very high while the course ot ex change is extremely Several have lately arrived here under Swedish J see by the English notwith standing the vigilance of still reach that you are very illinformed in London 01 what is passing in I quitted that capital the 2d of this after passing i whole year Russian Nation is in if it is supposed that it degraded enough to adopt the politics oi its Master and his Any Englishman of travelling in any part of will that at no period were Englishmen better received in Russia than they have been since Alexander has become so subservient to the will of The Emperor has lost all his Romanzow is at once an object ot hatred and contempt It is not true that Caulinacourt is admitted into all houses in I defy any one name above three into which he is i uAtvuui at j j lato of j Not only he is not admitted into1 but in some he has been formally notwithstanding the remonstrances ot the Em Even the person to whom the Empeiw is most the celebrated Madame refused to receive although the Emperor requested her to do and at that time she was inviting the Prince de the Aus trian Ambassador to dinner four times a The horror against this Cauliniurourt is sogrcat that the Princess having publicly spoken a four valuable four and useful To at his Auction at by order of the o PHILIP Draper and a STOCK in con sUting of 5O pieces of prime superfine West tiuntry 70 pieces otladys pelisse silk matitr gentlemens and 100 dozen ot ladys and tlcmens a few lots of furniture and and a variety ot other To in and Houwhcld on the White at 11 by order of the Executors of the late MARY THE STOCK in consisting a quantity of piece in and a larpe assortment of womens he Household Furniture comprising featherbeds and a mahogany an cijhtday spring bracket duiing and claw FROM TUB LONDON day is in U price of die LIFE and WRITINGS of VICTOR AhFIFRF the celebrated 4talian Dra written by and interspersed with vcral distinguished modem Characters of this whom he had intercourse and for Pnblic Conduitstreet of n and all BooksrllerS may be just A M taken on the Picture of Lisbon an interesting dverves an attentive not only from the curious which it but from the suiting proofs which Mbirs cf the numerous lad portentous evils of a despotic BY THE GEORGE our Parliament stands prorogued to Tuesday the fith day of December next with die advice of our Privy do hereby publish and that the said Parliament shall be further prorogued on tbe said fifth day of December to Tuesday die twentydiiril day of January next and we have given order to our Chancellor of diat part ot our United Kingdom called Great to prepare a commission for proroguing die same And we do further with the advice afore declare our Royal will and that the said Pa4i4roeDt on twentythird of January be held and sit for the dispatch of divers urgent and important affairs and the Lords Spiritual and and the and and the Commissioners of Shirei and Burghs of the House of are hereby required and commanded to give thtir attendance accordingly at on the aaid twentythird day Gives at wt Court at the Queens the day of one thou sand and in the fiftieth year Of Our God save the Peter CY dealer and chap at and January Niciolas rf licendra December and Wal John dealer at Robert Ni unary at dealer and December and Ja Edward deal er and and January at New WHlfcun of dealer and at the Star and James Lambert and Hat t cmgarden Henry late of December 11 and January at at the Globe fj Harrteott Liverpool and Grays at at Dec Samuel of at at SO Joel of at at John Newill and Sampson lute of at at John Spencer of at at Moses dealer in glass and at William Charles at at of Liule Car Doctors at at Guild George of Oxford British at at John and John of at at Henry of at at the Bridye Biihop William Gapinam Bromley and Robert of at at William of CatheiineV at Beat Beat of at the Red Lfon Charles of Is at at William of at at James of Bishops at at Thomas Plumbe and John of I manufac at at the Globe Nicholas late of at at William of at at the Hitch of Bacon Blashford 1 nornas of M at llie Thomas at at the Star Garter of at a the Sprtrjl Eagle Rirharr of at at the Suafford of silk of m of of Winches Harjreave and John of of tai of ard Hodson lute of factorWilliam Da of of Lombard of John of Grten wood and Thomas Hodgson of Richard of Thomas Dow and Anthony of mer PARTNERSHIPS William Garth and Ilujmas of Lancas Hazard and John Bell and Wil liam of Bishop Philip Thomas and Thomas of Samuel of wine and Wflliam of Edward Richard and John of futtianmann Samuel and Joseph of Lewis Pollmaa and John Keylock vof Tuead Bailey and of Cornelius and John of It Is now made publicly knqhrn that our inter course with Englapd is according to the stipulatiensrjfiWlaW for was given frdrn the pulpit and in several other of die maritime towns of that our ports wonldbfe shut against all English ships on Wednesday the it is therefore expected that an officiate tion to that effect will then be made Admiral the Commanderini the British ships on that He istB sail for England on the but tjic last convoy can not sail before 1st of December and two ships of yrar will sufierefto remain at Carl scrona to escort Twq Swedish ships of four and several within thesefew days sailed from this ctey for before which there is at present one ship cruising to pre vent the entrance of any English The inhabitants and partjculaHy those of Carl jire ftemiearof a visit ite against this all an English fleet to exclusion of their ships from the assurances which Ho give thatno harm is not able to quiet their against in the strongest he com puined to the who contented himself with merely requesiing the Princess not to med dle with There is not a Russian who does not foresee the restoration of the fingdcm of and the ruin of Russia if this But in spite of all Caulinacourt i mister of the palace of and Romanzow ii active Credit is very low The which is worth seventeen loses al most The Emperor lately endea voured to raise a at eight per cent but die throughout the whole did net produce whu stationers of Woodgate of the should be the petition irg that Colonel Master should be line of di6 and of the petiticners another assignee it being their wish him as a sanctioner to their as the petitioners they stated to bo extremely and Wood gate undertook to be the solicitor under the com Accordingly the affair was negociated between theai so that in the course of a very shorttime a docket was actually struck against by actingiaa the solicitor ror Messrs Evans and the peti tioning the act of bankruptcy re lied on that the petitioner had quiueAhi house to avoid his he having per LAW COURT OF 18 and EXPARTE This was arr application on the part of to have a Commission of which had been taken out ngainst super at the expence of and die petitioning Harcourt one of the and Robert of the Solicitor under the Com mission and to pay all the costs of issuing the said and of tie proceedings under the and of that The circumstances of th case are as extraordi nary as anyin the history of bankruptcy transac The it resided at the Rookery at near in was an attorney of most extensive prac which brought him a considerable He waspossessed of large property in the and derived considerable profits from certain landed estates which he held in his own To ihese he added to a large arising from his csfice ot Sttward to se veral Noblemen and Gentlemens Un at different seasons of the he was afflicted with a lowness of and a melancholy of whu h had so power ful an effect upon his as to lead to an apprehension tha he should be unable to li quidate his debts dm his extensive credit would be In un der the influence of his malade he conferred with his old and inti mate and who also had a summer resi dence at upon that suggested the expediency of a bank ruptcy but through the interposition of a a particular friend of the who well knew die nature of his and the ex tent of his Woodgate was pre vented from carrying into execution a measure so monstrous and In 1808 the petitioner was again attacked with this for the pur pose of relieving his drew up a statement of his circumstances from which it that he was possessed of a large surplus after paying all his and upwards ot exclusive of the profits of lus which were esti n accompany Scale to his The puitioner a of very considerable after of all his at the tiiiifi the was taken oun arid this fact was fully known to Colonel Master and Mr Various attempts were made to prevent them from recourse to such an imprudent but Woodgate absolutely upon issuing out a and tae peliliorvr thought it his after it takn aau in truth had no other course left than to assistance to the the sooner to bring his to a speedy and his misfortunes to an Upon the of die secret correspondence between Woodgate and Colonel and thefei ment of his mind being conceived that thi measures adopted against him cruel and and that he had been tie dupe by Woodgate and Co lonel while labouring under the baneful effects of his mental disorder and this opinion was strengthened by the commissioners on the petitioners diird who insisting on account of the peiitoners affairs being ren at the out a by it that there would be a surplus of upwards of lx sides a considerable income arising from funded property under his marriage settlement upon this they declared it to be their tha taking out the was most and step they evtr uch tie jxtitioner felt it an incumbent duty ori in vindication of his character and to prefer the present A number of were read by the detailing and substantiating the lacts oi the and tending to prove hardship of the petitioners ndavifi were answe d by Woodgate and Colonel eicused themselves pally on the tha a commission had been taken out with the concurrence of die petitioner and his Sir Samuel Mon and severally appeared in support of the and commented at great They eontcnJc length upon the They that tlm act of Bankruptcy was die actor Woodgate and Colonel and not of M who at the time of the commission issu WAS unable to judge of the or im prudence otrffch a It was conjured of his Lordship to consider he digressing situation of with a family of six found ifrmself all at once beref of his extensive and lucrative and of the power of dis posing of his own ostates and property to an ad vantage and more than competent to cover double the amount of his and die painful reflection of leaving his children inhsritors of die disgrace which almost always unfortunately attached to They attributed cntkely to the mistaken to say the least of of Woodgate and Colonel whose conduct might be with gre t propriety compared with die fable of the and Gardener of JEsop the Bear and the Gardener hiving become sworn friends to each the Gardener fell asleep whilst thus over a fly settled on his and the Bear m ide several attempts to drive him away at the fly took post on the Gardeneis and the purely from motives of raised his and drove trway the m so do he tore off friends So by the mistaken friendship f these die cha racter and property of the petitioner had sus tained an almost irreparable They ridi culed the idea of die commission being taken out with the concurrerre ot tiie petitioner and his no particular friends had been but a distant relation of the and who each expressly denied such The Learned Counsel did not wish to ascrite improper motives to but it was impossible not to that many presented em serves which might be ascribe they pomtedly observed upon bill of costs for suing out the which contained a charge of thirteen guineas and six to such conduct Wondgatcs 111 1 v O mated to produce a annual I e for at 5M miles from He shortly afterwards recovered from the effects j own five j enJCavouring to procure arts of of his and resumed his business with tcVj ts an evidence IILdid not act so his accustomed In the beginning of the present year his spirits again became de pressed more severely than and he went up to town again to seek advice of his friend who strongly recommended him to return home and amuses himselt with his busi and quiet his delusive alarms and appre PVesident can and that all his wants would are Accofdrng to inpQigence received from TVealjtifc Commerce be tween Russia force yet vnth regard to sfitga Swedish ships are to be snbjecpJd to the same proceedings which repaid to other be mitted fore they are to fourteen On the neit Woodgate wrote to Colonel Harcourt the petiti oners then residing near and urged expediency of a Commission cf Bankrupt istuing against the andinti mated that it would be necessary to a and offered himself to un dertakfethe business and in the postscript of the letterwrote these words No one knows of my writing I can manage as to the act of A series of letters afterwards ntherh upon die wherein fegained its full the disinterestedly as he would wish it to appear un derall these it was hoped his he went would supersede a commission which of his friend j was out in both of public and pri MrHart and Culloi were heard on the part of and Colonel Master they aid not appear confident diat the commisioi could be but relied particularly upon die friendly motives of their and alleged that Firmin himself had assented to the mea Ricliardi and appeared for the petitioning and said their clients only wished to explain to the Court that they had thought that a real act of bankruptcy had been and had petitioned only upon that presumption but they had no wish to make diem selves instruments in the hands of persons con LllCiil J 1 r I they digested lift plan of making the petitioner a certing a bankruptcy in this   

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