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Publication: Day December 19, 1809

Day (Newspaper) - December 19, 1809, London, Middlesex PRiCE SIXPENCE Hi IN THE AUCnON for PaoFEsaovAL oc coiiiicctitjftittqtilre near the h Stock well adapted fora or PUBLIC INSTJTU BY opposite the Bank of on jf at 12 IV iJJy viewed Sve days prececling trie may be had it theSecretarys in liOPRIETORS of EAST H death of Sf WjLLiAii B s scanty fn tbV r r ilut can divert me frornan pnrefj of the honourable to r rcKnlved to derate thy rime and faqjertonee lathe of vour 1 trust I shall bi able to4 in a manner suitable to the very Satter which the tender of rny services has been hi ProprirWi at TO those numerous i who have promised mt thtir wotet and I sincere if through my on sent sanguine hopes should be crowned it will be mjntodyto evince the gratitude i winch I must alwaysTeShaTifiy Yjur liligcd anil faithful Jiumble I be obliged ly the artendahce of London this at r arespectableYQUNG writct a and is wishes tor employment in a v r genteel in which he would ren iur IN useful We will five the mist satis ifny tn at Brewer ttfibcctTpfedi aad It that of the Onen TnporVj HoknirK jja the Prcrnisks it hy direction of 4he Assigneesof UAAO Sink rtipt 1 i HIS entire and genuine comprising an of 78ths and 9 and 58ths printed callcqes LancaShift arid 7Bths andlitbs hucVabaftsVand faNpTincn TOti a fcr afrweU BtijMppcyesV ChesTlut ti CflC PfdlliSCVi and fol A the truly elegant and imoden HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE of the very materials and and in the first styUof tobslsfiife elegant fourpost and canopy sofa with rich chintz cotton pririiebeds rVenth window three beautiful mahogany chest of an elegant drawfngtfoom suit of chlhti Cirecian a set of eirJuWte mahogany dining ditto claw breakfast ditto and PernBnjke parlour japannetTTibrary bijokcasel 4Jtto isntl dressing large glasses In mahogany prtirass Brussels and other oil and elegant and tea rich cut a lew capital and tarole a variety of culinary a patent by a bay and numeroui elegarit ef nil new within a few and will be without least thaoto continue our guineas per week mar to this defendant A ttiA i c irr io bet j dtiiied the MTMQ with tfhsm enquiries of thfc dgendtm bid of htr were introduced tome him I never CfaAe but tBfe furniture to furriidti the 1 and Cabinet VOUNO abmit 23 years of will benr the strictest arid has i i in the to be i CLtRIv or He i nv ti any and salary is not io much an ajvneaiintroduction to to dl i to at Lackinjtons and Flnshnry By on the Aruodcl at genuine HOUSEHOLD FURNI JL the property of re The Furniture comprises lofty fburpost bedsteads I and goose arjd other btds and 1 a linglehorse elegant pier glasses and Vv nn atebunt of ic nuiiMiouS that haw been ac Ins tht chat bis PUns for lessen jnd ncei attending Fires in ujd otljci llni iiru would lofaftince have been the riijt mtrwfth secret oppo t wth liielyto come be r ij jt the ensuing Kvvs R A iS ROfAL LETTERS OAST1KG an entire ui ivujllv fonsJrucied ai terr w nor vprtically iod T tlie ismr time they are attaptcd to kitchern airf periyjarhi to loW also viU not admit of i Smokr Jaclt the nWks briag aH anproLcrtid from and dost srmplJiuy cf the construction noClUble tJ be To fe in aie nadof J jirhli bt and price j tw txirig the with of X ACCOUNT of the PROVinENT IN Til by Act of Par the and the Grant f jf illustrative of the principlfi of to the perusal xms trabrace that enccUem scheme of do tht also at the Hcme of tnstku and h the Agents ap in th who are likewise Agents Courirv Kv ROYAL KXCHANGE and St h and Sharci for rhe present Stale the same and improvta as oi only 5000 are on Sale at thtir Office I CONTAINS And 300 hi n in One Hfh ISltt j and x or with Re atttjiden tp be drawn in IN nth SCH3EME 4 of 41 lr7cs IjODQ sob so is 15 1 onrrv upon the same PUjur the lait it I 1 IViic is drawn igaimt suefe i if 1 sh be drawn a of of that NTmiber will each DCehlitTed to ui the JtlGHl V THQVSANf wUl lie sKfcir are oo Sale aiall in his a First Marshal HnnmiraMc Coun of Justice of or arir thrrtltiirn itnrptcc Jicretd by the said ort and the subsequent v at pirliliV in undivided hijlf of the ILAl i I jn Canal in this iilivcj an Jv ifnti JOUK oFTnon 33 1riumphant of V y nf tht if 01 Mcssi aftcrtJic day of a re n fiy roe the Hrst Martlat Sf 1 o l2ve or tide on imj v or teirl cl Kb hehru here i cljim in lut lie iegdlty ippcwtSfs witf Wprofeedeffiii Ftnt Vlum the 5tb day of 1B09 By the at by direction of Hosi Premises the HE entire Stock of JL and Warrhouse of JAMES a comprising men and boys and plain Irish fatenr BerUn lace British lace and fpof mahogany and fittingsup of Ten freehold at at A Valuable and very improvable FREE HOLD mosteligibly situated on the West side of In rhe parlih of Catharine in the City of London comprising Three one ef which is ths Coclt and numbered and together with sevea other Freehold Hooses and behind anJ fprming the whole of Three irith vaulttd ttllirs un4erthe a site of fropt next Jnwry fivijr iviay and in about elghty Sve in lhiicyeril pxcupaiions of Met Ayres and is veryeligibly situated in the htttrtof tut arid from its proximity to the East tto Royal and other pnblic alxvcll as the extent of and great evidently ppiifssrs Considerable capability bliproveBient it the end of thpresent HtU Cutglass and Ptc at ha Great by order of the K wrntorof a modern HOUSEHOLD FUR JL ttvo eleganthandsonw cutglass se rertil lots of by oW a nobletonvex two smaller pier and chiranev comprising a very mahogany hand some fonrpost and fitld and dimity seasoned good cabinetwork in secretaire chysts of sofa and Pem broke a very eapStal set of mahogany hall two large Turkey nj excellent trreserva Brussels and Wilton register Bath fcttcben and ctiUnary anjoej afld a small set ofbrew a number of elegant Grecian and vase some bhie and wtite apd a IwBt guxarity of Staffordshire latcfy brought back from the corner THOMPSON and at at by onfer of tKe and Premise of THOMPSON an at at y onr o r1nHO6E very destrable and convenientSHOPS A and situated the corner of occupied by George Patent Range and Stove a Bajik ropt cimprCstag two convenient Shops and Dwel fouf stories two rooms and doseu on cacti with every other convenience and inaf be to two different having a communication into Sadrvflleffreet ai ViiuablTCeasehold Tvro SOL Shares of thu BinKside By THOMPSON and at at by direction of the Assig nnHOSE valuable and desirable LEASE JL SHOP situated the corner of j at present occupied fey Ckarlts Bankrupt comprisine two very conyenicnt shops witi a mbotantial wenbuilt brick foyj two vtrj jood roonvi and closets oi witi good cellaring and coal of tie Ptemucs to tike the stock of sae will tje Two XI Sbw ta tlyit ralosble e Particulirs of which may had u HoujcnoUi ort and Sherry oo tht and Two following STOCK in Household property of Stoek in Trade cohiprfccsan and fasfiionabb assortment of chintz printed Irjsn bed for and in lots for the convcnifrtca of pnyate Ihe curtafeSraqtonAy Mleared Ac OLAMCKS ifcout Jto end of I carit eapU te before b OKa in of a yrovidinj fothe What i EHd eotne toyoa he did come to btke house for Firxplbar for a month it might be he state anf reasop for that He that tool going to fitrnith a hauejor Did he state wto this was Did you ask who she was it is not usual for us to do r Did he afterwards w4tK a pencm nrtder that name he and she patter that Who did sit afterwards tornout I Wno paid rent Wright and What passed upon that occasion as to the payment of the rent informed thatat ipas to pay the rent and Act vat Captain a From whose hand did you receive the money I really cant was oehtrrn them WhereIfld she go afterwards do not 1 beheve hat a Sheriffs officer took her awayfrpm my Croaaaminfd ly tlie You hat when the receipt was if had not a right stamp upon It I do as r gotthe Do you that as there it a witness pre it does not matter about the that witness signed it 1 really dp not recollect thai there wai any person did I have mentioned only that there a Cap tain Yon are mistaken about Captain TtwaMn ft was ano ther person who the and Look at that ind you remember I 1 remember there was a djsgute the Kttcmjneit in Areyon quite certain that tie person Introduced was Captain Thompson Where do you live iUve with and assist them as Do you recollect In last of a lady taking a touse I QIn what name was it taken Io the name of far Did she thete by that name She came with Who did she turn out to he AShe turned out to be Do yon recollect their jjolflg over the house I wmtwithJfcr atfd said it was a who wanted t hooc U but that the wzmed a Did she say who was to furnlh the house she did Was Wright present it the It was Wrights JOSEPH What is your Christian Curt What are you I keep a Coffeehouse in Coventry Haymarket you remember a person the name of in die month of ajplying to you to take a I What does that person turn out to be I understand that it was Did you agree to let her the provided shfc gave you a fit reference for I To whom did she give you a reference To of her In consequence of did he call on Wright for her within haft an Tell us what passed between you and Wright was In his and a clerk was there who retired upon my going I said a lady named Faroju har had applied for a houie of and that she referred me to I told him who I and requested that be wooid be candid to me as one tradesman would be to He said that was a very respectable and that he had had several thousand pounds of her in his way of and had he fifty houses should have the choice of them Did you inquire as to her being married or not mar I did he told that she had been but he did not know whether her husband was alive or In consequence of that account he gave ypu o did you afterwards call upon I called upon her a week or two What passed 1 said I had come to talk about the terms of the Did any thing pass about the furniture I con ceived that the furniture I saw In the house shetnen occupied was elegant and that it would answer the pther house very and uport my saying she it is too old and that Wright would furnish it for How long was it antecedent to Kovember that yon had this conversation with her was about ten or a fortnight before the lease was executed and thatwas about the I went to Westboumejlace to gay tome and OBmy returnI Franco Wright in the Kings Private he told me be was going to the eouse to take the dimensions for the fenders and Had any conversation with Clarke of the fixtures and what passed between her and you upoo that said I expected to be paid for xtores upon giving possession upon which she said she was very short money but she would pay mi hi the course of the Did acquiesce in her proposal J did not 1 insisted upon being otherwise I woujd cute the Jsaw the Attorney of and the lease was drawn and I to his oflje by In point of who paid yon for the tnrtnres in the by a check upon his banker and I reeeivsd the v Anne Clarke Is defiVered to bail to anil William this full thestate of toy ofianfhe ae ed me to Wti cue i TT jyr chksrrtg tie me to talk to bat and coald the person who was to be Wright Wright Yes 1 scewopaniefl hft1 v speak to etrtse iioisppaiion toHttMndm the waMoiseV attended for I introduced Col and That was the gentleman who 9VUIK UlUCy Y and that the month of the said house in which this Defend ant bad kept for the purpose of letting nodgfunutkcdi in the oT Repeat what I saldj that gentlemanwho is tofomnn tttfaaatK O Did CoL assent or dissent tliaj ei nressiMi He ma for that was tht express purpose for he oi Briiaiii towards this will Lie tlie Iste change in Imieedrjjt fs merely cf 1 Jtm positive ta me that el the jersop tofurruih the blie W pretty kt nnst I or complete the y hrK began send irt I arrmof quite sure as to ft nfittt t xQld qui no prospect respecting our differences with On the think Maddison wSL bijve ndthiag to lay before the which COJT cheertlie gloomy pro spect now before oun The Emperor ofthe has nov very kindly laid a young tlie stocks for Fall giitclul wor ship the rising sun A LETTER FROM The Ernporer Napoleon has created Mrs Jerome ef a Dacliess of thehonse of u jrnent of per son a Priiicc of the Firncii Eiripire Colonel lateof the American ReyohvUorvsry ticleswere whli hire WfloaTj Wo converted the gootfo that were seet to theamount of Clarkes on into and thef wftrejnlt down to acconnt of Cotboel Evidence of lectone day avery Unge toirrpt imp 4 room there was large when Wardle wai whh aiich bit Bew into a Tbb man wild brought atniost drorjped the mirror out of us I think Major Dodd came in at the same when he aurl Colonel Wardle talked apart and at length ordered the glass to go objecting thit the price Wat too Times Oentlemen said my learned friends and myself do not meanly skofit softer a whom we know to an honourable man tlie prosecntOTi attorneyl to bear the Brunt that we ouzht to We directed that the present indictment should be for and not perjury and if we have upon our own heads be the TO May Sear Sir When I sent for you the tfayj ypu accompanied by Major to inquire of you how ftr ypu intended to cirry your promises wxrxu you seemed unwilfing to admit that these promises but ofKent Ehe whom I was to jfve erfdenee cpottthJagahntlo tiirn out this 1 it was klit3ttliat Tte rnairoei thiit Dodd Jind Tottrstjf set you were unequal or unwilling perform and to avaS yourscTvei of future fofileas neither of which ongit or eju 1 you in once of of rny but accede nor can you thinx I rejprire aiiy thing buewhat I ctititfed Aa say nothing in your powt jirgtentmp i win lay iwn rny plan that ybutSetf ano Major Dodd enter into joint bond as you give within the space of two tKe sum of ten ttpvsaprf BuV thjt to ajfcw jioe hur dfcd a commencing from last and pay the reituiiuder 6i WriglUs This of the I will Ti r That toAn ai 7 to his ruin pledged my to was to haVe the same protection frpm the Duke of in J topic my boy from and I have him now on niy to hae a keep him in his usuij way of to try iff rein stawdtaihaarmy Jie remains as was to have my aanuity of 400L as promised by of York but not continuedto me for my life to hove all ray debts thosecontracted I lived the Duke of York arrd I might owe Comrre paid the twelve for kept niture arid and my present house of paidTo thesa to bit most prointed of the young rank of and a has ftir o take himself the duties of his Balri Onore is to be Imperial and RvyaL reddtnot for the LAW COURT OF KINGS AVD tftcut SITTINGS IN ROSE Topping this to be an notion upon a to recover the principal sum of together with the interest upon The bond was dated in the year and giren to a per son of the name of Richard who was a and lived at in by the who was an and who had borrowed this money of That person and the action was brought by his Execu tors upon the which was given for conditioned the payment of and lawfcj There were several one of the of the He prove the and leave the de fendants Counsel to make the best case he The wsts theryrored Aleisujdflr the subscribing as were also several of the indorsements of money paid upon by of for the that his client had ooce been a man of Urge It was true that he had Driven this bond to dc trot the bond had been ac he should prove by the ideneeof a APO yctcJ for te whose care the concerns of Bryant had been uuder a deed of trustThe Twtiich appenred to he entered as pair en the back of the to pnrt of the weli aB for arid Arhich re duced the sumdue to 21 that sum actual vpaij bv as appeared by bankeys given to the de he acting for me of the Trus tees then acting under this deedcf MrLeek proved the payment of the above sym of on the ILrh of to Richard A letter was thenread frorn he London Cofiee Jt was the sacredly ana by believed in the firmest manner or why hive and exposed thtproposiaoDs of affluence heldout to me during the time of the directed to at tion by Parson This is enough to TOSWIT frouse and dated J the whole it h useless to say any thing of the situation I have placedmvselfand family in trie public view by the kite letter 01 an proceedings but had you even 1 pay me out of your own ypu would still Be the From what I have hrtc stated to i in to mvsclf and childMnj recede And I expectyou will lose rime in nraking my nrind God has teen har rassed enough these six months and comply with my that I may get into the to if nothing the public I keep a of this apd fetl at liberty to do with it what I not attended to was to let yoy a distress state am 4m insists on the mon I to Glover a month Uiu the no more he can let and tbtrefirc lelh ne get the to pay inoney is so bt will be so kincl as to e a ey o by you But of this 1 do cannot when I cansiiter v aaut me Hi get it at present I hope you all I doar Your most obedient MAKY ANNE Westbourne fl SIR eztminedty Are you 1 am a bookseller irlBridje Had you any conversation with Chrbe as to the book Vrti lot her Had you any conversation as to her debts I hai In course of your couverwrion with her as to her Then stating that one Carter offered him another 800 He asked for an and Carter said it was too he must have a fresh mortgage which would cost him 15L Then do something for or they will eat me and I must diein a Topping contended that this was not to be as letter of a person begging but in the payment of a debt i did to furniture Yes she mepj that Bryapt was not at thai time in a condi t tinned particularly her obligation to pay Wright a sum arpountjng to She nieririonerf tfiiit generally for foe fiundrnre of in Oi Be good nearly the time you had was about the mh or the 12th oflaat AMERICAN He qtferrxt to prove some n which he left on the 1st j dorseraents on bond in die handwriting of Captain armed at Charleston which he left on the 1st that preparation were Hiak faig at for an attack on Guade It is asserted on good that all dis cessions between the Misters inWash and our un meeting if None of the Capers from or yi rnaie JTrenHon of the state or nathre of the pogtwiation botvegn Jackson for was iving within the Rules of the and that die probability by the bond bcnig in the hands of these exe it had not been paid for that a man of as Leek hardly have paid money upon a or any other instrr without having that instrument delivered up and that this money was a payment made applicable to some other which Leek had ngfcV SpiidH had beenseriously which re r thatWded Bt this dife Prc farded whftt linjgf the which appeared to he subsequent to this supposed payment of the but Lord tiiat unless it could be shewn at vhat time these indorsements were they cpuld not be received in After a few other observations from LcrJ Ellen the plaintiffs were AND This was in sent out of the Coun of by the Master of the to trj question upon a pohcy of insurance en rt tHfc Prc aniple information from of iriay expect France it is not probable it will be tered into by Ir tifts wn for but the people before the gjeeting of the a7th the people theft 6ctober oar Government has from Armstrong as late as XT By the letters Pinck anJ plain Albion Insurance Com tor upon certain property belong ing to the plamtifFs iri the Iskrrd cf The Whether the policy attachedop die if or the 1J th of May J But after a full Bearing of tbc case Lord was clcaily cf that here wtS TK on the 3d nf Febra as tie plaintiffs but merely 4tid that therefore tlie pLuniifii could not it that he expecu no alteration in I Verdict for ;

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Publication: Day

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date: December 19, 1809

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