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Day (Newspaper) - December 18, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISIJE EVERY SIXPENCE and formed site continued your Lordship t6 have o Ac Ihtle circumstances of taking the house in and the arlbHt ttlftes U the Tbtf jnsyrance is aotr fc who on ypp JatteAtive c dia hefjferived of 1809 gf DIRECTORS of the crnd COMPANY at the jf tbyfive MJfoia of the said Oattct on and after tJie 22cf Dtccm of Hie fMotnitg form loaiik of IB nc to pay to Henry or the Sum of 18 For the and oJ the Bank of the dalrs ttamprd or printed and that tlte j V itmped or Dinted agreeably tciu or printed on the the number be ttamptd or ir brarer and the name of the not aiwciir oil tlte StOBERT vntir and Subscribers are DAVIS will commence his I kl on the PHILOSOPHY of the on the SZd at ihe and continue them o January and on each succeeding f hr Committee of KNIGHT THIS tAY Desirable Lcweiold West near of cons sent of the Mortgagee of Mr a Bankrupt Comfortable HOUSEr situajjsd at West abont faom from and fotirteen large warm three rictyirdj and about 100 of meadcrpr andra aniyfag very contigtfonir held for an unexplred i of three at 100L pep Two improvable Leasehold Frte and Wine and an Old with in mediate and at at A ROOMY doublefronted FREE PUBLIC and WINE known by the of the Marquis commnndlngly situate the corrrfr of ana Bedfordbury in front of CovcntGardeh j and the House and Shop many years A compact Free tmprovabfePnblio known by the Sign of the Sugar advantageously ituale in Little hks been 15 yean in he occupation of the prcsemt who will givelmme diate These hpuscp are in substantial and well appropriate for carrying on firstrate Under proper the singularly eligible situations must i comrtlnndi FThc Property of onePenon Richard Sphkerne dealer sod Three respectable Fret Wine and Public in very firttratr with immediate EDWARD 1MBER wid GarrawayX at in Three LOT A respectable WINE VAULT and PUBLIC known by the Sign of the Prince of desirably situate he conspicuous corner j of PlumrtJertrow and opposite the jjfiery of immediately enterirvg into j WlutccUiipel now in full A ajjainit all I newbuilt Fret Public known by the Sign of the Bac hjve or be liable in chus pleasantly situate the corner of KTING will be held at the fnr the purpose of i of the indepcn of COLONEL in the public behalf during the Nt AND SILVER December of a signed br several to this requesting us II tD Mcriing tlie Tnastecs and Subscribers nl taking into consideration the pro the several deposit mo js 1riisiees into the bank of and we hereby appoint such be held on the 2Oth in at the City of London Bi WLLIAM iAMES SAMUEL ABRAHAM ix AUCTION ROOMS Home in an excellent een fur Enquire of near the YOUNG V Imivr t in the wishes to1 en N darn on a No to tra ittrs to at he duly of j or a desirable i r ihi accommodation of a Gentlemans family i of sleeping r nil excellent servants with an afxn 1 n a in complete itrid Jmraedctte be be viewed by be had of Warwick top of Sc A Free Leare hod Public House Wine by the Sign of the Cock and near Grays Holborn at present the licence is but no doubt a person of character will obtain a are in front of the principal thoroughfares in the are surrounded by crywded in excellent and held on for long at ground and easy of dealer and am Guildhall1 Aatifaeff Richard of and at at Gii Samuel of dealer and 3c U and Liverpool Mary Van dealer and Dec wtftreto LoreKhlp Wnght has jditiffed at the Webb John late of Extensive and Bishopsgate on the near at by di rection of the Assigneesjof Bank TPrOIrIE AGREEMENT for a LEASE of those desirable and Mtenshre situate in as above consisting of a good Brick large paved enclosed with a small with sashfront and door to an excellent newlyerected and with lofts over the whole of which have been ppt into a most and are held at the trifline rent of r w lou of Household of the usual a capital twowheel and 14 dried 11 sides of Russia a quantity of iron and and various other implete state of and are Bld the tji 1 per a few lou of F dealer and and at at John late of dealer and chap and at Throgmorton John of dealer at and at at Bart and James of haoerdatherydealtr and chap at and at at and Gabriel WergmaaVJtBd latp of I cdrver and Coveot or dtacribed qiid Your Henry Ftaher of ar Henrfc J St Martin fa the Fii K WiMam c in principal be by kjvjrrons JRFEHGLD wlti r and every convenience for a large situate iu one of theprincl V u CM mil of the with coachhouse the The two Houses to i drMrjtK situation for an Hotel of die first liatK a double 1 Immediateposression may be had V viewed by with Par lie lud 01 Gol be L I fvr Twentyone with posses a convenient suostantial DWEL HOUJl consiunj of eating and ii and kitchen nvit iir for the roidtmce of a genteel and in Uir 1 iiv rvsint will shew the trial Jjijily a Jamisj New Bos i to be LET n S or Lease for the term of 99 rd West side of Crays near irriiiists are withjn district of Gray i nut liable to parochial or to serve particulars apply to the Stewards or at S Ithamp N Proposals must Liled and sent to the Stewards Of cjii or before the 3d of Ja j will be appointed for liking the same M BY PRIVATE New MALAGA priLR condition Consisting of and whole Iroies r imxi inil barrels in birrcli Red Turkey fruit ot fine whole may where attendance U daily given 9 till such quantities as suit their respective liCitltIl to I iv nf Mrchjrdizt Uiught and sold in the Last Lottery the in 500 r loldirs ut ay of the outstanding fu or to exchange them fof Tickets the NEU LO J which is on the same with an Improved containing 1 with rorticu it iidicr of where the two last of tvur wen old in Miares V Ivoprisior of the LUCKY y U corner of Fleet Matiazer of the concerns of the deceased b js to Inform the Public and bis com tj buMness on his otvn and now similar fortunate TICKETS HAX at his late Hay J K Sute Lottery iron the new o with SOOO and forty mure than the last Alltote that clay a few wetks it 11 bf Lucky To IK of the Licensed SLitv 1 o who Sold of i he fiilljyring Capital Pjjles in the Lotteries Prize I 6 Prizes I 20 500 Priio of which and in 500 ST A plcasinz Collection of Drawtegs and Books of loose and at their Spacious Coventgaiv at without APleasing Collection of amongst Whkh will be found many interesting with a great variety frotn the Modern Including manyof considerable ami by the eminent Masters nearly the whole in nil frameis ajso aij 4 n rwT 1A ABd ftne yrinrV sma and looie of gtying Up f Neat Cutglass Lustres and Plc at his Great and following at by order of the Executor of a Lady THE neat and modern HOUSEHOLD FUR two elegant handsome cutglass se veral lots of by old a noble convex two smaller pier and Chimnet comprising a very excellent hand some fourpost and with and dimity seasoned good cabinetwork in secretaire chests of sofa and Pem broke a very capital set of mahogany hall two carpets in excellent preserva Brussels and Wilton register and Bath kitchen and culinary and a small set of brew ing a number of elegant Grecian and vase some blue and white and a large quantity of Staffordshire lately brought back from House hold and Lease of THOMPSON and on the Tot at by order of the THE genuine STOCK in TRADE of WILLIAM and Haber a consisting of a variety of printed silk with 01 and other And on Wed nesday following will be Sold the Household comprising bedsteads and featherbeds and bed looking shop kitchen andother And at two oclock precisely in the first days Sale will be Sold the Lease of the Reversion to Three per reduced Bank at at in Two 1 THE ABSOLUTE REVERSION in and to the sum of Three per reduced Bank certain to be received on toe demise oftwo and standing in the names of respectable Lot certain on the demise of a Lady aged 33 certain on the demise of a aged 26 little more or at at by order of the LEASEHOLD substantial Brick DWELLING three stories with well A small II garden walled a detached schoolhouse situated in the The whole of the Premises eofeet in and near 100 eet in which are held under lease from Lord for a term of 97 from ijett a groundrent of per with usual cove The Premises are in the occupation of two old very ectable tenants at at the yearly rents of 44L To rs and Free and e of By at GarrawiyVat alle LEASE and GOOD WILL A of thai old ettabluKed convenient the Golden in with a ride traW into bv order of the clinin heaUh whoreluctantly retires on account of the declining of Possession win be given at The Prerakes are held under for 21 froin at at the ye The purchaser to take all much by and BROWN AND next Wffl of fee PROCEEDINGS ii of as well as Brown and of Wd Ae part and Printed and published By St I yard and tobt rectifying at of Red at Sandersoji at at Gastle at at Richard rectifying distil WiBiam late of Sworn nimsetf to have been kouselxeper descnbeti and worth the sum he presentednimself as biil fr after payment ofmsdebtil ity let me to point out other imprpbabiiities in the defendants It is that I went to Wrights for the the insurande my Has and your Lordship eveni sat lossto feuWs ata feat jf trtfljirg faj been granteJ or StiJj person ifl trtistfor without the concur rence hiBbafndi mightnot that jiusband on the 1st of witR and presented rnyself as the person who was to be responsible for any fiifrrirpre C4arke might apd thgt to an onlirnited ex I was introduced fry Mrs Gentleman who wsis tofmiTish my silence assented to Aat Clarke is TJOstive that F heard Dafiier Wright is pretty hove within verge that a Lion at ten late of James trtei at Qrayson and PUttp at Got of Oreit Samuel at at William iro at at the Swan AVllBarn Wetton of AbeMftfcjij at at the Jlummer Solomon of linen at at Luke of at at Lon lames of CWcheSter at at the Swan Thomas of at the SwaA Alex ander Young and John of Maryat at at of at at the Crown and Anchor Clarice swears was sayi ul iradesmen u coftJuct taken possession of the house If the oooils had Been sold tb nqt thaj aanie husband have possessed hirrtself of those or mightnot his creditors have taken them in execution f If my Wright had debited rrnghtshe not have pleaded her coverture against hirn And my I again you to the remarkable reason by for debiting ongirfaHy in for die goods sCnt ja undi And I pat it cofl to yqur it is icraJrble reason f Can my a be by any of because Clarke oi Being airfsred many hcen mating inqifiries al the sbopofthe at what js rt your Lordihif opihipn James of St of tailorrWames of of Trowte John and Richard of of Sunderland near the Dur of brush of fryingpatf and Charles of of of the late of of PARTNERSHIPS Richard Bickenon and Catharine of Rotherhithe Thomas and Joseph of Mill and Richard of Manches Baldock and John of Stephen and Stephen of Castle Martin of and FrandsHa of John Edward Jakes of Hart and Isaac of Mince and Jeremiah Jonas of Banner Biss and John of and John of Stern WARDLES LETTER TO THE RIGHT SONOUJtASLA tORD MY have with the Charge delivered by your Lordship to the upon trial which tookplace on Mon day I observe your Lordship in terms to have that the evidence was contra that the Jury nrbst look to the probabilities of the Your with pointed out the impro fabilities of the case on my behalf but did not I presume did not there was any incon or material in the case of the Differing as I do in opi nion most respectfully with yonr I beg throwgh the medium of this to what I conceive improbable ia the evidence of Clarke and the Wrights and I they have materially contradicted each It is that the first time I saw Clarke was on the 18th of November when she resided in a readyfuriished house belonging to in Bedfordplace and that the lease of the nouse in was executed on the 9th of J w4sh your attention to what sworij to by Francis his and Clarke which i to avoid the of I have taken froftt the evidence upon ther trial and give in an From it does in my iumble that see he wss satisfied because I was was pretty rurc I must have heard what was my swore I was to furnish her upon condition f that she me every information in her and assisted me in the But is it probable I on the 1st of have entered into an unconditional with Wright for the payment of furniture to an un limited when Clarke at any have withdrawn herself from and withheld giving further inf or assisting in the which did not take place till the 1st ot February It was urged by your Lordship against that I had given Clarke 100L which your Lordship considered as a bonus for her In this your Lord ship acted under a The money so given was upon condition she took with her into the country her It was her documents I then wanted to and not her my if I had paid money to Clarke for her testimony Was it paid to conceal a great public or to bring such grievance to light my your own observa that it was improbable Clarke should come forward to give evidence before the unless she did so under die expectation of pe cuniary recompense so according to your Lordships the truth must have re mained unless Clarke was paid for I to another branch of the de fendants which strikes me to be im probable and my that the goods sent in upon lure were returned whereas Daniel Wright that the goods sent in upon here were converted into goods sold and put down to my account and Francis Wright has not dial the goods were put down to my but to the account of anJ that the goods sent in upon hire to Clarke be fore I became acquainted ivith were also put down to the account of fnr the following curious which I will give to your Lordship in the words as they are sworn in the answer of Francis this having explained that the first entry of goods sent in upon hire to the said Mary Anne Clarke had been made in the name of the mother of the said Mary Anne as the said Mary Anne Clarke at that apprehensive of being arrested for and many persons had been making enquiries at the shop of this defendant Francis at what place the said Mary Anne Clarke the said complainant Gwyl lym Lloyd Wardle that the entries of the said goods should oe continued to be in the same and the said and furniture were entered in the books of tins defendant my Clarkes evident ob and sfigeesflon froja ir qjrBil Boots Lorcfr ftke Wrfght fat the residence xJiWd aslfito insperft life a person JVaj s sfte iil Wherfem a party n lunderstocKl upoti firsb nayc taut stancessavGured more of hire than 3 upon a motion for a Lordship ob ject to dude the Statute of thereby subject me to the vfyole of Wrights my not only is Clarkes accoont conrradkapd by the but the statement of the twb brothers is at va riance for if Francis Wrights statement is taken for the than all the things f of the of the defendants are generally ihreWd and well How rhy is this be reconciled with opinion last dejivervcfby your that f The insurance was u mere irregularity of the who had made a foolish on which could not recover Is Oils like the dqct of shrewd and persons Wright read the or even the propel sals of the he known that the insurance was if the goods were not sold and upon ner I my every circumstance of the case demon strates that the credit was given to for the reasons before pointed very much was regard ing of the In that respect your Lordship was apprized by thrtt neither myself nor my Solicitor were to blame it was the concurrent opinion of my in which I und it was manfully and ho nourably by them if they had upon their heads be the Your Lordship considered the indictment for conspiracy because the defendants were thereby prevented from profiting as they might in a separate charge for by each others But I wit shew to your Lord out of the mouths of these very defendants that they had abundant evidence to prove the orders I have given my not one of those persons was I will refer your Lordship to a letter published by Claxkj in The National 16tH of July copied from thence all the In this letter Clarke CoL Wardle knew that Wrights as well as can prove every syllable that have On die 23d of the samemonth Francis Wright published in The aaAppeal to the wherein he states That having recovered from dent he went to on of and saw me He then proceeds thus If Colonel Wardle has forgo cur conversation on that I endeavour to remind him I was assisting ray Tuorkpeoplf in the roomwhere Clarke was You said I have given your brother orders to furnish this house and I meanto pay you honourably and mv what is become of the sartwti of Wright who could prove every syllable of the case Where are those same pie who were present at this conversation1 be tween me and Wright Where is mm who brought home the and cut me in a passion I your Lordship that this man was so much frightened that he aTrfcpst let the mirror fall from his 1 Such my I should have supposed would have made an impression upon I was he not produced I But my I close my upon this appeal of let me give your Lordship one other extract as it regirrds the The passage isk this t yluch stress has been and many ob servations about my insuring the furni
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