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Day (Newspaper) - April 13, 1809, London, Middlesex EVERY MORNING AT SIX THURSDAY APRIL S INDIA TO express my grateful iv kind rcrrjttiuii tfi uty 1ito ul I liiivc la tii lioihiurrxl Jiclarc my 01 In tin Mitainy llitit may oiiur EIICI tlce lo remain wili tlir and Yuui must WILLIAM Vl London val Mectiuij held day of tbe UiFlN to the LONDON iDilTEK A in the Tiiiit in 2gLlike flic nearly i Ihst their iiiclul a iul of iht with the ad that has alifady attended but which in liave niplied the defects they i r tlie establishment of t il i tiv it is the that of the City d for by for the i ii is admiiably calculated fur the of the Cityrond Ereiv misniucii as it that al pr annrnt ciiily now rjjsiilt of with t it the statement that tlie hole o the present of in t y o followed by likely to occur of advantage SALES BY PillVATE sub JC stantial brickbuilt DWELLINGHOCSE an with i tliirtecnbushel nearly tituatcii near Th purchner may oniurs 8 per ont lor his Pnrticulars inquire of Auc LincolusiunM J be at a fashionable SECOND HAND with barouche heat to hold two dark Mud plateJ mould and a new fashionable Cliariot with barouche drab Morocco plated and side three fashionable lamps fit for town or country on lisfiil I MISS LIN WOODS EXHIBITION of PICTtRES in is ufta from nine in the ISS LIN WOODS till Kxtnnsirc ntur Ueaua be the term of tour am a half will he renewed t0 in tivo houses of tliii tern and eight a large and a lofty workshop of two about so feet by 24 in all 760 of a frontage to one of the cleanest streets in held at low by letter to Par liaruentMrtct CHEESE The LEASE and Goodwill of en established Business in the above most advantageously situate in a reputable neigh a few yards out of the City the readymoney trade on the average to derived principally from the rnstpm of families on the in and the first to AN of this M lo tjio the liic Ot ry iaar antinpate the of liiis Meeting be given to riscly t two i il MOV rt 11SCH Inrnisnl in j tut a the office of of either to barci of 1001 ijfht of and the hinder of By HARRY loEraut and substantially built HOUSE and with ami adapteil the residence of a person of The pre mises are judiciously and the rooms of noble arrangtH in suites on each and compe tent iu With officw of every requiiite clnss for a numerous Terms and particulars may be known by application at New 0 H A C K N Pi Y C O A C H M E N au Mcmday night a FORTV 1OUNlJ dated the I7tli 13i9 it in a broiin silk with cutsteel nl the key oi a desk on ho The icntlciimn wlio lost it supposes he left it in i Harknry which look uu in Holborn at the set down nt Stepney Causeway lit he itful certain how he lost Payment is at Ihf gauk but whpcTcr ill bring with the to liir w the Jerutalcm Coffic GUI shall receive Five Poiinds Tith tor Six from the iniiing of May ia the neifhtimihood of Clapham and a ready furnished f AMILV four best diniiig aud with suitable to Public are respecttully that the of his ixcelleucy Captain General UoN JOSE DE PALAFOXj from on uri inil by de is now and the Prints rendy fur delivery at London aud Coluaffhi and Piice os By HARRY Vslitabk and dctrablc FREEHOLD witb tapacioui picture and library suitn ef well arranged principal stone and roplete ith ercry do mejtic aod with loft fully to the accommodatinn of respectable fa and in Hanorcr be viewed by tickets with Terms and may be at New In the aud on the ill be Pabiiihcd in 2 ETTERS and REFLECTIONS of the DE original of Jonepb Catherine Frederick aud iuterealin Rejnsuks rm the Trauslatcd from the French of the Bironeis de Stael Hol Author of by Printed for Samuel ieadeuhallstreet of whom alto mny be Coriima or in 3 lare Price in The ite Accliwav ITiil was read a second time Si Vv moved that t lit re he laid the Konse certain Papera relative to pat nitd lijUiui tha City cf ami repairing tbe of te id COLONFL Lord FOLKESTONE lie had notice yesterday of a Motion for papers rolatsvj to John Before he proceeded to that Motionto the he would briefly explain groundoa which iie was induced to make j In tiie course of the year 1800 or it discovered at the War that Colonel John who bad presented several praying for t e parsing of his hud been guilty of various fraudulent in consequence of which his Majestys Attorney General had to lile aii iufixrointirw against him in the Court ofKings Bench and he had been fouud guilty of the several crimes of forgvrTj and As he never been brought up to receive judgment upon that be could hot help thinking then was something extraordinary iu the and that the Housewas boorx to tunic infjOrricii into He therefore That therebe1 laid before the Copies of the Iriforuiai tioa filed by his Majestys Attorney General in tle Court of Kings Bench against John and also of the subsequent proceedings that having had the honour to fill the Office of Secretary at at the pei riod to which the Noble Lord the case of Coloael Ogle must have come under his cogni but heliud but a very fjintrecollection of the He had called at the WarOffice i in the course of the to see if he Could Col lect any circumstances which might bring tha more fully to his but without gav or he intru or acconUusto the tn bo paicl at the lime he given no call to be made and for End ut the vccl for the he infit To he I i fr One fram or next a capital in an of ninety the family of any 1 with stnndinf for three car for 1J To he rirucd by may lie had of Ro VILLA ami LAND on the 15v HARRY COMMODIOUS witli suites of doincftic coachhouse and stabling for four ard about sercn ncros ol ricJi mondoiv divided intu by hanilsoiup and environed by and SCKVIKI by a luxuriant shrulibny nn excellent nalled ellplaced The tvholo iu high and corrrperent to arcommudnte a fa The is amlvilhin livo miles of the May bti riewel hy licVLonly with printed may be by applying to Hairy TO the new and beautiful the town only 9 coloured ruuslin 70 nplendid evcnin worth 300 rich Brussels per yard 400 per yanl 230 very and Mu the finest 100 India jaconnoti per yard and 90 extra 3 130 French cambrics from lo 3 guineas the pieces and 90 Scotch i Go real Madras Ion per worth 3000 India abarpain 00 da raask and diaper table clothsat little morethau half price and of the cheapest coamterpanes in the kingdom with Irish strikingly cbeap at neur the Pano It will bs particularly accessary to observe the name and tile tiic said Ord Sir THOMAS 1 the nut to tlie House a liesolution relative to the late Cienenil On of House rf solred use If into a Cc of the to considcT of the Act Coin inissionera to examine into I he liuio oi Pnbjic Officer iu in moved forlcam to bring in 1 Kill to continue md ujneii tijt said Afier a few from Sir John leave tvas The Mouse lcmcr SiGiTOPCE notice that on Frilav iext lieuouiel biin in a Iiil for the LtUcr regulating Beneroieut On tf tla ADVOCATE of the Scotch Creditors Bill itad a se The a Coin roitae oir the Scotch Record Several Reso agreed to and the Report was dered to be On the tin oi the second read in sr of the Reeulatiou Bill i i L was postponed to ui ben House iimn DECREE PORTUGUESE htrcy That the Steward t will on in Trn until Fur at the to receive the vents dor bin Tenants in about all Persons interested to pay their JOSEPH SARUrrs ruhtffs appointed to inspect and dis of Abraham Joseph bcin nlOHt to declare request all Pnjons having any whether they liave cxrcntnl the Deed I m viiul an account of such demands to or tb t of May in order that the amounts ascertained pre to the TniKtces Noble By HARUY THE noble and truly capacious lute the Residence ami Property his Grace the Archliiiliop of South The arrange of this Mansion is upon a grand and its accommodations Riifiicirnlly spaciouD for a family of distmctiao and its suite the situation fasiioniiMe am central to the Hmises of Parliament and and by its proximity to the Park area of its own ground isrendered airy and The premises exhibit an extraordinary pile of fubstantial brick planned juoicionjly for uniting convenience and and com prise within the mansion sixteen chambeis with distinct secondary stone staircases two spacious and well propor tioned lofty about 36 by 24 cxpcn sirejy ami sittinjrcom on principal with jranJ ftaiixase leadn diningparlour of and wiih an inner and outerhall on the ground and on the basement everydncripiion of domestic oliicc1 which a family can a competent cr of cellars and ami cold with access by a arrnuo to a detached kitchen iud the whole forming a superior resi The tenure is for OS years from at the tri vial rent of 33lper be viewed only y Tirfccti between 13 and 5 every day except Sunday with Price ami may be had of New flat or geutly sloping juttevs PATENT Or Artificial for Gutters THE superiorities of TESSERA to slate and tile will be evident on that would be to enumerate thcnrin an With to the decided in being not liable ami bears no companion in Tessera U applicable to inptcad of when it greatly It txcseds all other in and as it n no lead for liipf aaJ tud timbers to carry Person wiwhinr to fcxaminc this important and highly beneficial discovery may apply ut the Manufac at which floored roofed with or by order from Hallett at Cleavers now Soap at where nearly one hun thousand tquarcfect in one rooFmay be Application to be made lo at the Tessera at No P TO BK PDIIEMPTOK1LY ITRSUANT to an Order of the High Court cf rmule in a op as against Llforc Cliarles one of the of the said in several at the public Sale Room of the in on the days of between the hours of twelve and one io the aftcrmoou of each day several Freelrold and Leasehold Estates of EdwiiriV hite of Man situate ct near Bavswater Cuimiry and every i article for for the lae Fostcr J Laviu itmoved to where she purposes carrying on the 3 more extensive embraces this her sratefill thanks for LI and eoliritingr a fixes Tuesdays and have a jreater variety of things c Older of the Kijb Court So in a wherein TSIOMAS am JAMES Desirable H 13y LEASE of aefesinibe Jl with a a threestall an excellent lnoe walled in capital condi wellcropped and stocked with valuable fruittrees in pleasantly situated on the north side of the at and at an agreeable distance from The house drawing two three two servants o froit and hack ami other convenient held for a term of 76 from Ladyday at a raothuate may be immediately Particulars know by applyiag to H one of Jiv iioBCiiT liic at on the bourn of Ii in Three COPYHOLD s wihin the Parieli RaJ iii tiie county of en of tlie Iriding from cDiitsiirinic ahout 34 acres of and tORC o siiciis for inl ami ajvo the Castle in the NeijlibourLyod of By Spacions elegant recently re isiireJ pnt info tlic most compite siiitd for the arcoiiimooation of a Nobleman or Giiitle roinrs Family of with evcrj requisite ot tnolicd anddrtarlicd a capital tiil with nameroue choice fruit an excellent out asm luml nearly 20 acr6 an elfgant only miles from Hydcpnrk be viovrcil with Particu may be hadiof l te tje p opfrf y of Sa rohic best red nd pcy chim I c x at time IsiticiilBi 5 at the saiJ Ttnuplo Gravslan aad o and Gray anJ Loth uear jilace iicar Cavendishsquare Dukc neai near Tottcuhomcourtrcatl Graftonstreet Brutna Mcivs pear Manchestersquare aud in the County of Middle sex iu tlic County of Particulars may be had at the said Masters io of Bud Solicitors Graysiun and of and he thought it would be found that the reason whyjudgment was passed upon Colonel Ogle he had given a under a penalty of to the then Inspector make good to the public any losses that might have accrued from his mal and had purchased his indemnity in that The CHANCELLOR ofthe EXCHEQUER had ho obiectioo to the production of tlie and said it frequently that the Law Offi cers of the Crown thought the interests of the public best consulU by uot calling for judg when the damage sustained by tbe public could be repaired in another Lord FOLKESTONE then moved for copies of tlieMemorisjlsprtfsentedtoy ColonelVOyle to the WarOffice praying for the settlement of his YORKE proposed as an that the and all pjoceediiifis of the War with to Colonel Ogles ac countsj ahoMkl be which was agree3 to and the papers for were MARTIN postponed his Motion respect ing the Admiralty Lord OMULSTON That there laid before the House a Return of all the Office that had been regulated pr abolished nitice the year in consequence of the recommenda tion of the Committee of Finance in and for a Return of all Offices created by the Lords of the or the Commis of Customs or since the After a few words from botl the Motions were agreed Lord OSSULSTON then moved for a Return of all Offices ii the Colonies as are in the of his Majestys Ministers at with the names of those who are in possession of together with the emoluments of the THORNTON that as a Member of the appointed to inquire into places and he felt it duty to thank the Lord for the last motion hihad brought The Committee to which he belonged had been endeavouring for some time to gain information on the state of ministerial patronage in the co but without But he through the interference of the they would now obtain what they He begged leave to suggest that as many of the offices in the West Indies were executed by the names of the deputies as well as the principals should be called together with an account of the emoluments they TIERNEY thought there might ibe a IN TRE NAME OF THE March It having been represented to us tbatseveral of our have been of the execrable crime of conspiring the safety of the COUB and erenof taking arms in favour of the holding at the same time a secret and nsidious correspondence with the armies and the Government of nation at the expence of the most sacred seeks to propagate anew in our eitates the atrocities and ravagei at in all humanity has Being deterrnuied to cut short these horrible to avenge our offended to restrain such villainy by an example of chas and to pwt end to tbe scandal which such intrigues liave caused amongst our faithful who are loyally occupied in the defence of their Country and the k is our command that the Ordinance Book V be carried into rtrict exe Every subject who has Clialk rarm Tavern aud Tea witli twelve Acres nf By DRUMTHOND and By direction of the Kxeoitors auU of Tbomiis rpHE very valuable LEASE and TRADE of thorvr eminently ilistinstniilied and truy dcsira lile Clialk Farm Tavern and Tea pleasantly sitaatc nt the foot of Primrose a out of tkc roaJ Icadicrj to Hrmp ou a most ijvitinc and rurul at ap ciistnnce from rendered thereby a cflc Iruttd place of public The Premises embrace every desired the most prominent of which area uoblc uevUuilt rcrra trirt tea capital Uitchcn good of As asa 12 rich meadow Uyic iintacdiately rrcllv csiroiis of treating BRITISH HOUSE OF APRIL Alderman COMCI presented a signed by a numbaof removal of Smilli field to lie on the Campbells Divorce Bill vraa read a third time and Company Bill was read a time and Tkc Trmpie Bar Lottery BUI was read a second time aud Tbctccond reading of the Smithfield Market Removal Bill was postponed to Friday On the Motion of the Infir mary Bill was read a second time and Mr moved the ttcond readiii of the IVrcttmp IncloMire whicb ivas opposed by mored tUat it be read a second time this six After a few words fiom Taylor aad Hawkins the Houve For the secoud Against Majority in of the A New Writ was ordered for the Borough of in the room of who since his election has ac cepted the Cliiltrm comylaineJ of a breach of navirii been arrested bj a SUniffs Officer m his way to the House The SPEAKER said the Hoa perfectly ht and that the must culled and witnesses and the Report jj received On the Motionuf the Report of tbe CoBiuussioncri appointedftf hqsire into the of Windsor wai ovtiered tube great difficulty in getting at the names of the and if the persisted they might get no return at He was there fore of that the suggestion ot tbe Member had betler be put into the shape of separate After a few words from the Chancellor of the and Thorn Lord Ossulston withdrew his last with a notice that he would bring it forward in amended shape HUSKUSOS moved that the two bills of exchange detained in consequence of the late in be returned to so licitor and Lord that the papers relative to the be restored to CBOKER moved for leave to bring in a bill for the better regulating and amending the lawn respecting recognizances in HUSXISSON presented an account of the property of Foreigners in the Funds exempted from the payment of the Income Duty and aio an account of the monies advanced out of the Civil List by dered to lie on the and to he Sir JOHN NEWPOUT uioved that there be laid before the House a copy of the warrant appoint ing Hill to the office InspectorGeneral of Excise in After a few words Jolm in Sir JOHN NEWPORT moved for a Copy of the Returnsjioai the Architect and Trustees of the of Ireland of the sums expended under their control for the last five years up to or shall hereafter the French or who holcia cQrrespolidencg in any with the enemies of the to or advise them in any way to the drtrrrseat of the shall be immediately punished with Their property is to be confiscated they are to be deprived of all distinc and their well as those of iheir shall be stamped with perpetual it ii also necessary for the safety of the State that there should he delay in the punishment of a crime so w hereby that those who are found sewing under the co lours of the end nho ahall ije taken in shall receive no and that they hall under any circumstances e included in any military We ordain those who shall be found in arms against the and every military man to whom treason ii shall be directly tried by a CoHnciJ of under the Presidency of the General of tbo All other per ons found in acts of treason shall be tried be fore the Commission established by the of which shall continue to hold its sittings for that Those who shmll avow their faults before any inunciation is preferred against shall present themselves before the same in order to reeeive a full and recom pence according to In the penal ordinance those having received any Procla or Letter of the do not communicate the sams to tlie proper tribunal within If he be military the communication must be made to the corfl mandin The Marshal of the and the Chancellor of the Chamber of chorged with the full executionaridpromulgation of this cree in the usual Palace of March BOROUGH MEETING a Meeting was held at the Tcwn TOWN as Deputy to Sir WATKIN in the The Deputy Bailifftook the Chair about past and with readin the Requisition to conveiiethe by fortyeight Colonel opened uie and pvu vious to putting made a few general in which he declared his sense of the conduct of the majority of the House of in the inte He quoted the evidence of Miss Taylor as to Frewhs and inferred frcm there not only corruption cnthe one but uivaiicc on the He weivj on with passing soine btrong encomiums on the conduct of Sir Tlwnias which he painted in glowing although he had on feruer occasions dillcTed and opposed on He then handed up his which WCTB 1 Vlie first was a Vote of Censure on It was seconded by who entered seme very strong animadversions on the con duct of the Duke of York and went at some length into his favourite topic of the necessity of which he enforced at some was passed ;