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Daily Post (Newspaper) - April 1, 1840, London, Middlesex A  f numb. 6416 tuesday april 1, 174� a i . 1 the author 0/dai Lypo s to s i pc Long Villi my thanks for what Yoa inferred in your a per of yesterday i lend you pursuant to my Promise the piece therein mention a which i Hope will prove no diff agreeable entertainment to your readers. Copy of Cou tit Gros letter to or. In. The kind recommendation of capt. Opie having produced me the a tis Rachon of your agreeable Cor ref Pondelee gives me this occasion of acknowledging the receipt of your letter of the 18th of october Iii he he deliver d i Imiela and at the Fame time acquainted me with the difficulties you apprehended you Ifould meet with in regard to the fare conveyance of your letters. In order to remove All fear of their being intercepted for the future i me fliers a a a merchants to whole care there Are Lent to Forward under their cover what you May have occasion at any time to direct to me. The services which you feb ardently tender in " respect of the Mutual interest of her Imperial a. Jeff Cyan that of great Britain in the present a Tab huh men is what will undoubtedly meet with an agreeable reception in a Mote particular manner As it comes from a gentleman whole known Long experience in Fuch affairs equals the greatest capacity j Aud am therefore affixed our Minifie will not be wanting to give you All im.1gin.1ble encouragement and As i hear you Are equally after of the French language As of the English in recommend the letters you intend for his perusal to be in the French language to me the Anglim is the Fame. The spirit i perceive your Publick papers Are wrote with give me the greatest Confidence that your Zeal for the service will Cov stantly produce Fame agreeable Effeil j arid you May he Gaffur d none will be More ready on All occasions to promote your he courage nent and Iuie reit than St. dec. 11,1738. Your most Humble and obedient servant in. An Orfi Safive and defensive Alliance and guarantee of suede Jion were the services prop Jed in the letter of the 18th of q8ober. Now sir if there is any Fuch thing As an Alliance concluded Between great Britain and Ruffia i think the above it Fame thing mor than probable that the first overtures for it came from the court of Peter Bourg that was very Earnest to come into that measure and consequently that it of paved he very hard talk for our my to bring about an Evam feb advantageous to the British nation. V but before i conclude i must take notice of an objection what Civ May be made to the inferences i have count in s letter. It will perhaps be i Iii amt what that Nobleman writ proceeded purely Ottto his own head that he is not one of the in Job Ai Iid therefore that no Streftis to be Laid out a Fetter. To which i answer that prime a fifty ways Fame under agents who Are the Jigalin Tolu Endlein the secrets of the Cabinet to it Foch projects on foot to that i Ftfe Naveah Opportunity a done in Caie the jew i i a count in s letter being too. Present Conjura Fatur Lam sir yours a. A. B. A .0 u n t r y n e w 5. B0$yob Ray. . Ended for pc cd by Whfebhefbuongjberfbrre-ciiva4�ceof death. Yutz Martha Williams for i i pm a Call d the cd Joure of the widow Snaith in Groad Street a it froth since divers form of goods of confide  a stealing of 1 sprite founder in wide Bias Jand William Groves i a Jel Houfe of or. Peters get and open a Defalc am thence 9i in Money. My it de in conjure lion a can armed Foi of teasing from one mrs Clarke several Silver spoons but As Williams had just before been Capi Tahy convicted the verdict Only affected Macman Arm who was found guilty to the value of Loii. And sentenced to hard labour for three months. And Elizabeth Davis for receiving stolen goods knowing them to be feb was alb sentenced to hard labour for fix months. Mufti and Varlo two soldiers were try d for the murder of an infant in merchant Street on the 26th of dec Ember Laft but the parents of the decease d not wearing to their per Bris and the prof Beers producing Mufti client account where they spent their time from morning till eleven at night they were acquitted. It appeared on the 3evhfcnce of the father of the de Ceas a that the provocation arose from Liis caking one of the soldiers hid herring on which the fellow truck at him and the blow unfortunately Felling on the child he had in his arms of cafin d a Large con Tufton 1.11 its head of which he died. Taylor and Hale were jointly try d for uttering Feve ral base half crowns j Hale was acquitted but Taylor was found guilty and sentenced to Fuffer a year s . He will afterwards be try d in the county of some Ift for High treat in on the evidence of Cooling who fears positively to his coining a half Crown. John Newman one of the Colliers concern d in the riot in october Laft and for the taking of whom a Reward of 20i. Was paid by the magistrates of this City was sentenced to Fuffer fix months and to give Security for his Good behaviour for twelve months. On tuesday Laft died very much regretted aged 77, that eminent physician or. John Lane. His remains Are to be deposited among his ancestors in  Oxford Flaire. And on wed Neffley night died capt. Thomp fun belonging to brigadier general Harriff n s regiment Quarter d in this City. On tue Clay before ii in the morning Samuel Lee a private Sentinel was conducted a in White by a party of grenadiers to Durham Down attended by the Rev. Or. Hall where after spending about a hour and a half in prayer and finding of Palms he was hot to death for defection by fix Grey Ayiers of Liis own chef chg in the presence of the whole regiment and a multitude of citizens. A \ port news. Deal March of it night the Salisbury Man of War put Back and remains. Arrive d the Mafra Smith and the Susanna White both from Lisbon and the James Pon dextre from Oporto wind . A. Dover March 30. Arrive the a Celada Davis and the liar Minig Sally Guttridge both from Oporto. London. Hism Jefty has been pleased to appoint the Hon. John tailor eff counsellor at Law member of parliament Tor the town of Brecon and son of the late lord Chancellor Talbot to be one of the Welch judges in the room of Richard Pottinger a lately decease d. Nathaniel micke Thwaite Efimy a worthy gentle Man Well acquainted with Trade is appointed by the Turkey company their Factor at Aleppo. On Friday Laft died in King Street St. James a Square aged 78, sir William Culpeper Bart. Uncle to his Grace the Duke of Roxburgh. To Morrow the Crews of his majesty a ships the Buckingham Princess Carolina Chefter an-1 tryal Sloop will be paid their wages at Portsmouth due to the 3 Eric of september Laft. The spaniards still hover about our crafts for brought the Unwe Conte news that die James and Christopher capt. Graham bound from Sicily to Amsterdam was Knapp d up at the Mouth of the Channel by one of their privateers and conducted into the Groin v on saturday we like wife had advice that the Anne and John capt. Curling homeward bound from Bouton to London had beep taken at the chops of the Channel probably by the Fame private and carried into the lame place where there Are Alio Many More a Neligh ships in the like condition. Fete Day twas hotly reported on change that Admiral Haddock had cent for a Supply of a nips. Various Rea fuss Are align d for this request but they feel. With the left Colour to support their opinion Yho Rifle it that Trio he has nothing to fear from the spaniards limply of them Elvis yet As his Fleet must naturally be divided to observe feb Large a coast the Brett Squadron unless he receives a reinforcement May interrupt his design. Be ferday George car was committed to Newgate by col. De veil for stealing a valuable parcel of hofe and of Ali Shoufe of or. Delaney. Sittings appointed in Middlesex and London in his majesty s court of Kings Bench in and after after term next. Middlesex Friday april 1$ Friday May 2 Friday May i 5 tuesday after term May 10 London tuesday april 10 thursday May 8 saturday May 17 after term wedge fila a May i on thursday. Next comes on the election of a keeper for the prison Side of the London workhouse in the room of or. Richard Hemmings decease d the candidates Are or. Worgan or. Winn and or Ferriman. High water at London bridgez8 minutes after i in afternoon. Yesterday South sea Stock was 99. Sooth sea annul pcs in 3 hrs. For the opening. New South sea Ann Sirje no 1 or. Bank 141 3 hrs. For opening. Bank circulation 41. 7 s. 6 d. Prem. India 1 j8 3 hrs. For opening. Three per cent annuities too 1 half. Million Bank no. Ryai Exchange Aurance no Price. London ditto 11 or. African 10. English Copper 31 6s. 6 d. India Bonds 41.11 s. Prem som. Salt tallies 1 or. To 3 or. Ditto. Mine Advent Turs shares 31. 10 s. Seven per Lent. Emperor s loan 108 a hrs. Five per cent ditto i. Three 1 half per cent exchequer orders 1 1 half per Lent. Prem. Three per cent ditto 4 per Cenc. Disc. N rhe committee for letting the City lands in Jse account of the Chamberlain of the City of London give notice that they intend to Lett by Leafe the place or office of one of the 15 sea Coal Meeters of this City now in Leafe to or. Abraham Shn monds. And that the Faid committee will Jit in the Council chamber of the Guildhall London on wednesday the 16th Day of this instant at four o clock in the afternoon to receive proposals for the Fame 0/ which More particular information May be had at the comptroller s office in the Guildhall Afore Faid. Den. Hamond comptroller. By consent of the tru Lees to the merchants and drape for Sale by the Candle at Garraway s Coffee Houfe in Exchange Alley this Day the lit instant at three q clock in the afternoon the following drapery goods Viz 320 pieces do la 100-Garlix, 25-0-Frith cloth Ion Hollands 120--Cambricks, 40-Nuiis Holland of Holland whited lawns and foundry other drapery goods. The aforesaid goods to be Feen from this Day to the time of Sale a dyers Hall no. 17. In thames Street. Samuel Torin broker. For Salt by the Candle at the Bear tavern in the strand this Day the Ift instant at five o clock in the afternoon precisely Large parcel of Mercery goods being the Stock of a person leaving off Trade confifting5 of r cd brocades Daman los tabbies water d and a water a Serged foys shagreen velvets Plain and Flower a Rich Mantua Flower d Silks persians Norwich crapes Bro a silk satins narrow ditto Worstead a Marks Cambere Gamble tees stuffs gowns quilted Coats silk hand kerchiefs a. The goods above mention d Are now upon View at the three Black Lyons against the Bear tavern in the strand until the time of Sale. For Sale by the Candle at the Marine Coffee Houfe in Birchin Lane to Morrow the id instant at five o clock in the afternoon two bags Bologna four bags. Bergam 160 weight a Bengali 100 weight sowing and stitching ditto Berladine sic. 120 weight Fingle italian a parcel of Pim and by d silk. Alfo a Large parcel of Mercery goods Viz. 60 pieces Calli mangoes camb lets a Marks and scotch plods 260 pieces Alope etis Bemba Reehs Dun jars persians Sar nets shagreen Serged foys Broad and narrow Mantua do capes water to and a water d tabbies Rich Broad and narrow Dama iks brocades Black and Colour d velvets Norwich crapes a. Likewise a Gold watch. The goods to l e Feen at Robert Kirke s Ware hone in n3w rents so. Martin s be grand Cheapside from this morning to the time of Sale. Robert Trice. N. B. A Large dry Ware hone to be i jct on the ground floor i the did Houfe fit for who Sefale dealer Imirie a by 25 feet and a Wing contiguous to the a Ime 22 by 15 feet. For Sale by the Candle at the Marine co fee Hoite in Biribin Lanet on a Bur Day next the 3d of april at five o clock in the afternoon Large Quantity of Mercery goods being the entire Stock of an eminent Mercer and Twer weavers that have left oif Trade confusing of 200 piece of camb lets per ians Incle late strings thread satins burdens Sar nets and poplin 2 0 pieces of Mantua silk silk satins dam Fulcs and trip d late strings 120 pieces of Ducanes Arm Odeens water d and a water d tabbies Rich brocades Serged foys Black velvets Alope Fec. The goods in be Feen at or. Bell s warehouse in Alder Mary Church Yard Bow Lane Cheapside from to Iii morning to the Tims of Sale. " John Bell broker. For Sale by the Candle at Garraway s Corree Houfe in Exchange Alley on thursday next the 3d of april at Foar o clock m the afternoon the goods Viz. X in capes and bags Tine Jamaica Goffee in time lying in the King s Ware hones. 89 lying in the East Irodia com-8 Bales cof a j Paay a warehouses.  10 Matts Cocoa nuts. ". Catalogues Are deliver at the place of Houfe in swim in Salley and by John Barnes

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