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Day (Newspaper) - August 15, 1809, London, Middlesex i r7r j f KENT WATERWORX8T is ThiMl f a Kequisiiion signed by Pryjjrietpre h the above undertaking Wine at as directed by the Act P of tlie Prtprietorsnll TTiiili m ais I II11 the London on Day of September Elereii Aujiut Cleck I rcnnirpfnded that a lirailed to ii Share1 6f the into tfifr hands of tl SinP as lo be t t And the said Conipauyol tu I lie said and carry it into ihJ all such Per 38 i t he deposit to the fxroti r ll ilh ll f be fa tle sin li v By the i 1 VI Clerk and NMIC ran take ixuder the Above j fiartimi of u Sliaro 5000 NUMBERS of WITH ONLY 8 I Besides 100L All to be in One IIT ami resuectfullvinforin the Pub TICiiETS and SHARES at their 12 Charing and The Scheme of present i State it and afiords the Adventurer an opportunity ihc immenseSum of 9VOOU inpurchasing the whole of a in pro fur Tickets and wfll be tlgher rr r resent Ticket Eighth Shi KAM LOITER MVO HUKDREP tHOUSAND TMNDS to 1ft divided between Public iu 1 Dial Shares are on Sale by at biff Lltnx late Paitner with Sir JAMEB BttASS near ibe Only and every lii lie at thf Capital Prizei I I I tlm the only Lottery to Year jn STATE the f ALL JN DAYT nnd Shares ate as Mimic sifms highly nr the tliere being frpro lia may be tberuf BISUs Old established Oflteej Lon at or rijcs to an unmEtec nqi have been and in the country tnay be supplied the 88Jpe8ff if sunding then ordeH post KK Bank or Illasc tu notice theLottery begins and flirtsliei of that MI INVENTED of the verygreat complaint pf ui the bad quality of 7I iesUed there iiru yarS to try of which be hasfottvd tu ill round 10 wear w1in tliiusual i and if n closer i tint artusually niadii Hals with oi cmi which has as well as their taking i wiii if tain their colour x I N B M imlusrotfii y the attcntioa of J e SVIns ipfpertinc mule sVtnsj MODERN jrc Se oion Collntioii of i tlie lioo Selected by in W UuscabermBUi lu The Bon Pay The Irish fianatt The Ly ctoriT a Lirffi TliePoor Two String All By ABBOTT on N Acres in the Of is pf the 4 valuable FREEflfb tl from iddimiisf ic ufficos of every moil convcriiinUysltuBY or Q family of 6rst the counties of H SiVV wdj rolioWoy Jedstttulj fcndeTSLTer be sold withirat agyd ina concern Clothes ontlieP foltowtngi at by order eftKaJSneriff of and by of a AVritof u t A LL the genuine r iTL oftbft best articles in the nn Taibiring coraprirtnf super blue irtlfi other J aho a great quantity of Hanuracfared ladret clotb spchl tjcntlerncns supeVfiiiedress chaise cr horsemans hold To Fancy Jlrcf pvualt rsj By jate at the comprUiug a general MMitmentof amf 14 ri pf silk To SMtbtv fthd Vtoct GAlWlTHi in Parkerrow fliU and r remaining FIXTURES aqd tronmooe pairbf I on the Premii withotrt by ordppi aBanli 8tock Betljjetnijjear foHowJog triyj fcffMiF 21Li as been concluded n aliilBavoii duly Von He Dapfsh to last till the This armistice is to eipirKttoti pf that aueiul ijiall be given before Hfcrnosand day cn restofcd to the of Fitdii i5Hfe LOI t pf house pu thjg occasion amounted mdrn was fi ringing bells j and other on the arid on Marl waV very tp about w Between lien and OTngratulatpjy address of tbefiqyfni was presented Jtp hisjjjoyal the deputation of the Parish lively interest in the tall ever promote its welfare as far royai salute was 1 and were made for the where Lhagoons All the Worlds Weeks PaHock MuVinterTeens The Pence is 4nBim and ItV isbe passed ibem Sfhls was trujy a gmtffjingf spectacle to djHtunof see Seven sons of our beluvetl monarch aH oue eroUyfactuated the sameimpulse j of fraternal same i rthe Vited in a stilesiinUartothatrpf thePriuiev The Dukts of iSarubridger and as Gent tp Roval George fitjm the tu vire vice Campbell ajor Of the 271 h Foot to be Paymaster of a who to be Paymaster dfeft Recjuilioj the sentence of a Court to be iftAsnskiit Comuhssartof Forage of the 501 h to be Major in the Joseph nnd to be HrfspitalIHaTesfor General CadetJameVBirchTtobeSSeCoBd Jtawlinson to be Second vtcfe proiuotcd Cudct Roger Kcrsall tJAe SecwVdcLientenauti vke pcunoled Cadet ty fie proinbtedr All Ttjff Prince arrived morning1 one iii the inuJst of the most thuiir der8trrtn with which we jmve been this biit without beingmuch enced by liiost ijlling of Leaven with least thirty or Forty times la a whilst heavypeajs of tmiutlerShobIc tlie Thestoiin abouit nine and unabutingfury ijntil three in when it not yet behrd bf any this district we hope the effects af this will not have been tqual to thisr rnofnihg the Bells rung a to auudtfiruei oclock the Duke of the of ftwrtbers expected The Prince and tlt Diike ofCiimberlarirfotr attended and Gen visited the between and two iu the to inspect the I0th Phnces a tHe usuiii circle tjve PaVilioh u hf the ot tie SU li I I iHbeifoilowetf by a uiaauificent ecjter arrtrals of the Marquis of HeiutforUs ex fieneral Trfmeriac i i mi i andothers of fiishipjuable population on Trie TEtwfaf residence in the evening was illunn rtattdiri roost radiant the bandfloatingiii andgiving the the nightjioc casioriect the walk to exhibit hereand ei tbje fliat th a tery late hou MrsSiduons sustain itj expected Ifaye trelitth Bnttne public were dis uedattrte bfcboiding 1C T I o J s o very 5hffteharppiest assbe wai peculiarly af tlie 13ili Light ayd Sussex were both of in the ttHHe a set of line blood nqble j rfhe ronriiingwas pot very Fritrce the he for a fine Ara bian ftf a beautiful cfreani splendidly the A royal salute the arrival of and snite spectca took a in fiuidejoie length scene of confusionin manypats for even those horses ly thunder of the canwm almost iuoveU were not to be reconciled tostlre cracking jfire of the and without to be seen sclmiperirJffaboefcin all direc iBi oc of a i by tTieiUv fiad gepfetal been pretjcfaiy dently tajienout and the uatidnSl anthem of King11 was by tbe thfe the and iuzzas sirbspqufintlyrent The Prince and his RovJil jetunied to the soon after three and the gnater psrt the latter joiuedtlve efegtrrrt and troivdcd cm the Bv six Royal losses and in less thaTf half an subsequently carriages from all quarters towards the upwards of atv atitUtsjeuty 1 tilemen and tvere1 seated at ifie which were arranged in the hoiXh win ana in the or long the we were to the nesses the Prince bt aiUi thlkes and the Marqnis of HeaU forty andLord DursleyV the Bail of Lord the Eaitof Lord Lord Seie Lord Lord Lojrd Lord Lord Brad Lord toYd torfl Newborougrtf General Hu and Fitzpattick Colonels Conying aid Otway Admiral Count Walstein Captains Cracroft aiul Blame AGolcismidj the Mr The tables were decorated in the most splendia and supplied with or refined Tlie Prince was in most adrniraBle were the whole of his Royal dignified affability gave The Pnnces hTficeritry stvfiided with gold aad sefect music encircU fnl SAlhes of TbediiiBeiitibles of bothropius that itbecame requigite ia extia sidetables the respective li instant of yinta in itlte true complexic T tbe feast and of soulJ ittenVclock tfi6 thrown grand rotunda or the company the most sptendixily many of a profusion 6f who ncfw charms in the whole suite ofapaFtoieoj illuminations of which almost 1 of i Among presentjwehBgt Sjnry an op portunity Of Lady de Heneagef Miss Lady Lf numberless belles whosenames we criuldnbt The ihe evening assnrifed the uiri cncoiCblondnof the lOth Light in the gold studs and decorated m tbe sarue radlaStt So completely were sorbed in the of the JJgfe that one rays of the luminaty sjarkletTra tbfe and even aieittbey witbdrajf This morniqg E Dakes of Cambridge Dukes med by the Pavilion to to in ;