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Day (Newspaper) - August 25, 1809, London, Middlesex SIX T Committee for letting the Bridgehouse o on the Md II nViotiIB to LET Building in several 1JKCEL on the South frmn tllf toGROPE f Il Plan and Conditions may n u No Aldcrmanuury Ofice of Ji s FOR BARRACK y Generals August rants us are Jtsirviis of contracting j General tn linen articles of mayreceioc ie at this between tlie Tenders scaled and directed marking thereon far the 12th of September mister deiKiinflMk any made or annexed a printed irurs htxried in at length nor unless fuch two of known i lie arly tendering in fir the due performance of ivsprctfiiily ucquaints his thnt his BENEFIT is AUAV wlKn will be presented not TinPOINT OF and STAIRS with a favourite Farce jA oilier to hctxpressed in and places tobe had at cv ui s TUMI offers for Sale a quantity and PORT and it lie estates iviili 1 rontera and j worthy the notice of Vlliaiioiie to be made to Samuel Cor TOBER the STATE LOTTERY v i in an tinish Only and Prize and take the liberty of re I riminiiiing an cnrly purchase of TICKETS and fJ ami hope to supply their Frieuils with a large Prize Orders from any iljie on the same terms as if prc f their old established State Lottery Of Milii or Borough 33 I liis Capital Prizes slrmed by HORNSBY and v STERLING in former and respectfully acquaint the that Nrw STATE LOrrtRY will be drawn in One iltr This Lottery his only pun 1 to r our Tickets of a i the Purchaser of a Single Ticket will gain a By two Tickets of the same a By Three Tickets of the same By Four Tickets of the same and all other Prizes in the same Pro r R SALES BY THIS SnowhillExcellent Household fine Table and But lers Patent some fine brilliant Plate fine Port Wines in casks aod it the Com mercial A LL the excellent HOUSEHOLD jTiL table and brilliant plate pier fine a Butlers phttut sofabed a set of mahogauy anexcellent Madeira and Vidonia in quarter casks and and a few dozen fine flavoured Port removed from Bennondsey comprising fbnrpust and trut with cotton nod other furnitures prime goose feather bair and 6ock mottrewesj blan mahogany diningroom chamber a ma hogauy PemUnJce kitchen and various SALES Furmturoand on the lW at by direction of the Trustees VTEAT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE wd comprising fourpoBt and tent with cottop feather and bed mahogany chests of mahogany Pembroke mahosrany ind jopanued glasses an eightday kitchen and miscel laneous Household By on the Premises tn at by order of the of a ALL the neat HOUSEHOLD FURNI fcnrfort bedstcall v BPoee featner and mahopihy chest pier handsome and VitcHen Cornelian and oAer Gold anA tf rJOHN nt Turns at by order of the A Quantity of latent Bloom and Solid four gold locket and hunting anassortment of cameo combs and iu foil and other some pearl head one with a quantity of plated m a niost beatili ful pedestal capital set of on entire new a pair of riclily painted fire a large claw breakfast tablet Leasehold House anil Shop By Mr at at THE LEASE of a DVELLING HOUSE and vry eligibly situate for any Bu requiring a public being Ahfers j containing five a con venient private and cellar age held fur a term of 1 7 atarent per Pauls and others requiring roomy at at bjorder of the THE LEASE of those very extensive PRE desirably situate Pauls Church with back entrance rirongUKiugs HeadCourt comprising an excellent capital front spacious and Part of the House islet to Gundy and Edwards at pet The and Forsterand at o guineas per in leaving part of the DweV together with We f bole of the back Pre are in nod subject to only los pes Sooth urij and other Leasehold and at foih Three SOUTH LAMBETH NURSERY JL ami FLOWEBL eligibly situatod in contiguous to the inluptletl New andother rmprovenientB no extensivehot and other of which early possession may a Dwelling Runse with iu possession of tenant at will a Messuage and let to tcuaat at will a neat in of will another piece of GardenGroihid behind the other Premises the whole forming a desiciMe Estate some parts eligible Tor building r road at CAPITAL ol of 8 of 12 of 500L ui and Shares are on Sale by and CornhiH and Shared and Sold last Three 11 d 1 Three Prizes of and also the only Office that ever told in Shares TWQ PRESENT Ticket 2lL Ill I Eighth Sixteenth ll THIS IJISH respectfully acquaints the tlm the ouly Lottery to be drawn This Year is MIATK will drawn oa the ALL IN ONE aiul Shares aic selling in great and as i SPPUIS highly the earlier the pmv there jDnly with may be MI ihhnof BISHs Oldestablished Offices in Lon or where IK an iuimcise amount too numerous for in n have been and and where ID ilie country may be supplied the same as if ly scnjins their orders post paid accompanied Bauk or PostOffice to notice the Lottery begins and finishes By at his Great Conduit ht HHHE LEASE of a convenient in A good most desirably situate on the North side of within three doors of Jamesssqnare held for a term of gj at a mo On the same day will be the geuteel Household and Absolute Kevemun of and ht THE ABSOLUTE on the demise of a Gentleman aged 59 of the prin cipal Sum of amply secured on Frrchold in the county of of the rental of per au HOGGART and PHItr next PRESENTATION to the RECTORY of NEWtON near Olneyand Newport in the county of The annual value and the present incumbent about 71 ifaf VaHuabHe Freehold ShJrettilch aud Cuituiiiro rBy WrNSTANLEY at in r TfALUABLE and very improvable FREE V HOLD ESTATES comprising Six Brick DWEL1 with gardeps and hack build eligibly 179 i60t aajoiiiuig the Turnpike let old which expiring at very low bat which may be consWersbly a yerv large Plot Building in of CurtalJ with the Materiajs of SevenBrick and ore oppoitunity to or of fer issuing from several Houses in and A compact with waited LesjehoM By VV1N STANiEY and at at io Two A very comfortable and compact LEASEHOLD RESIDENCES with stabling fur four waMed most abundantly with and numerous ujeasantly situate near the en Iragce of White onr she miles from your or on board and which Is stopped from the pay of the persons to whom1 the provisions have beeu ac cording the number of days they have been These debts arose out of the system of management in existence prior to the 25th so far as related to regiments then at and prior to the 25th with respect to those stationed when a new system was which hns in a greatmeasure put a stop to the losses which the public under the former so liable to The reasons assigned by the Victualling Board for this great are want of room to em ploy aud the pressure of current bu The at considerable that these excuses are by no means satisfactory and then go on to observe The necessity and utility of the immediate investigation of accounts strikingly apparent for in the case of any incorrect or suspicious cir cumstance it afibrds the means of obtaining elucidation without which a lapse of or the death of the may rencW when accounts are suffered to remain iu the ofllcefor years without liquidated in the event of an accountant making unjustifiable or irregular the immediate notice of such improprieties will pre vent the repetition of them if they pass the accountant naturally con cludes that they have been admitted and thus abuse obtains a tacrt and may be of long continuance before it is detected and when the death of the and va rious other may render the recovery of any sum of money thus improperly charged im We cannot avoid that when it becomes notorious that the accounts delivered into any office generally lay there for a consi tbat of and for the purchase of Irish provisions for the and involve the immense sum lows beef and from aSfli to 11 th from 1st 1 to gth August to25th from 31st to 17th Oc The account of beef and supplied the 24th to 25th amounting to has not yet been investi gated and so as to be ready for the Boards consideration and decision but the two others for beef and the one from the to the llth for and l to pth making together thesum of the other rfrora 1st for derable and sometimes for before they are finally it offers an inducement to men of incorrect principles to hazard the making of unjust which they would not venture to were the accounts more speedily and finally The Commissioners then proceed to detail a plan for the more effectual performance of the duties of the They then proceed to that the arrears of unliquidated accounts are accumulated to an enormous amount in this The every suitable acconsmpda tion for a family of is in the most perfect state of and well Supplied with water held for ntar 76 f oaly Lot 3A Leasehold Ertatr comprising a substantial Brick Divelling gnr in tiie yearly teunut lielii for 76 years at a groundrent t or and 20 Acres of rich Meadow near Hprnsey HOGGART and at at in E valuable LEASE of that oldestablished JL Teahouse and known as the Eelpye SALES BY and Grand Kennct and Avon London and Institution further particulars apply Netv oe House er desirably situate in much frequented and known leadme Hprnsey Wood and whertaS has been successfully carrkd on thepresent il retiring fronk and will girfe early The house contains niry two large 33 feet recently built at a consi derable and excellent a capital tw6 Dntchpin stabling for twelve productive and pad dock 5 also three rich enclosures of meadow lying containing about 20 III of I in aud that day will decide and Bell at reduced BRIDGE KNARESBORO BARNBY SCARTHENG and F m lhe G the following let tno to roentipu IT 7i and Lincoln New every aud the Mail as usual every Glovers fine at the CoramercinJ Hallv at direction ef the Afsignees of SAMDEL THOMAS npHE entire STOCK in gennine JL removed to the not being pamitted on the The Stock comprises an assortment of broad arid aquani tity of breeches and the usual other In the furniture are fourpost and other bedsteads and beds and ma hogany card ex cellent table and several by esteemed collected at considerable few well rboseu kitchen be tire Property of a may he deferred tOj a Chaise and to rideu a Dark hands one five years trots and free fnm be Livery left with Robert Handsome Household By at his Great so Skinner at neat and rennihe HOUSEHOLD FPENTTUHE remored from Bi cosoprisinf and tent bedsteads prime goose feather and excellent mabogatiy comHode dofcbfe tod single chests oif and chamber fiur capital a act of excellent and claw fine set capital andjapantied good conptnig eightday kitchen articles and auoie rous other DELlGmFUL aud for seven de tachrd and apd 3l acres of Meadow Land ad joining the House miles North of IJBASB for five or years of a most delightful It in complete in romantic and healthy situ containiiig eight including an dining and washhonse and other domVsrie offices excellent clioisehoaer a and o threestall elfgant approach to the an is a well a a large pro ductive with a profusion of well selectedfruit and a detachedsmall fa hay and a complete and about 3Oacres of very superior uwodow in the highest of and well sujrplieil with good also aright of two good pews in the Church of these veiy desirable of nbtcb immediate possession may be is trury and rounded by tevcral genHeroeus seats of the first respec May be viewed with Tickets fortner be by applying to Messrs to give a more favourable statement with rtapect to the arrears of unliquidated accounts than we have been able to in regard to the recovery of the debts due to the Crown but on this Kubject it becomes gnr duty to that those arrears are so embracing periods so re and sums of money to so large an that nothing lessthan a radical and upetdy reformof the system of in regard to the examination and liquidation of ac couub in the can prevent a continuation of the irregularities which havt arisen under the present The accounts which comeunder the considera tion of the Victualling Board are of two de scriptions those relating to and those re lating to We shall first speak of those relating to cash these may be divided into four Accounts of Commission or per sons employed by the Victualling Board to pur chase provisions at home for the com mission Accounts of Foreign or persons receiving appointments under the Victualling resident in the East and West other places for tht purpose of obtaining provisions on the spot for the or of taking charge of and issuing them to ships as occasion may Accounts of Home or Store keepersjor persons receiving appointments under the and residents at tne Victualling Establishments at Chat and and other places at for the purpose of supplying your Majestys ships with provisions from time though they have been ready for the Boards decision thereon ever since the Ictth upwards of five have not yet beeu passed by the Theonealso for amounting has been ready ever since 14th 180a notwithstanding which the Board have not yet come to any determination upon Two other of theCommissionAaents accoatrta ure with Charles tor supplying cheese one from 6th to 3Ist and the other frotn 2d to 15lh These accounts have also been reported to the Board as ready for their the former so long ago as the l6th of and the tatter on the 18th of 1804 but nevertheless they still remain These two accounts involve the sum of no less than The other seven of the Commission Agents cash accounts are stated to us as not being ytt ready to be laid before the Board for final deci sum of These last accounts embrace the With respect to the Foreign Agents cash ar theamount of the monty involved in them as before on Qth and they are forty two in These accounts related totransactions ifhiih had taken and expences that hadbten in curred between 5th April 5th a period of 27 years the whole of notwithstanding many of them were of such very old remained unadjusted at the time we commenced onr inquiries into the state of ac to NAVAL Pott only One Night v at d and Norrii Mail and Birmingham New Port Morning at and Oxford Mail every Poti and CbiltenV ivpr nhai m and Oxford New and only Day at Ule of Boior Chic Hoosebold on the GrtyVInnlane the corner of at rpHE HOUSEHOLD Jt k and givfagup Hduse and i cUWJ lots of chinaarid numerous other Sale of bu Great OF THE of NAVAt PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE HOUSI OF This Report is occupied with the subject of the With regard to the Commissioners Thatnothjng short of art entire pew is likely to be When the Commissioners investigated the state of theflfccountu df the VictualliogOffice in they had OD occasion to notice not only ar rears of accounts of very ancfent also debts due to the to a very cbrisiderable Of debts due to the cootrapterf prior to Ae sum of iojdj itvstjll due and they give it aa their f that is too much reason to apprehend that the abovemen sum i Itprove a loss to J Since of no than naore Those comprehended in the fourth class may betenued promiscuous being the accounts of and other who have occasional transactions the Victualling and have consequently hud imprests granted to entering upon the investigation of the ac counts of the Victualling wefol lowed the course pursued iu making our inquiries into the Slate of accounts at the Navy and called Upon the Victualling Board to furnish us with a statement of the arrears of business and accounts in that By the Statement which we in return to our dated it appeared that the amount of the cash uuiiquidaUd in the Victualling Office at that time was as follows of Commission Agents o o becorpe dne ifo and ve still uu re covered i thus raising the total ftmount of money VicfualHugDepartraetu to thesum of u By of Foreign Agents of Home Agents and Store Promiscuous Accounts Tbeamonutof these is not given but tfiey are be of long stand as trell as recent and in point of numbers to a great ex tent and hi a letter from the Vic tuallingBoard to the of 1 it is stated that hose of them of dates subse the st January 1 in the aggregate W esti mated at about 17 to 4J o o 11 aj Weshall first speak of the iUommission Agents These tire counts in the Since it appeared by the statements of the Chairman of the Victualling who has the superintendence of ihe Cash that six out of the fortytwo accounts before mentioned have been finally decided aud passed by the These six accounts comprehended the sum of thus reducing the number of the beforementioned outstanding Foreign Agents cash accounts to the amount of the imprests to the sum of 3 The principal account of those six recently was that of Arthur Agrnt Victualler in the East from the llth to llth the Imprests on which amounted to This Account was under the consideration of the Commissioners of in their Vinth slate some very extraordinary circum stances with respect to a few of the items of ex pence charged in tending to shew the exist ence of enormous abuses in They e avoid offering a general opinion upon tlie victualling of your Majestys fleets in India during the last war the American war that of the monies which are stated to have been expended purchases by the Agent Victualler amounting to more than one million of pounds of that upon the most moderate would have been saved to the public if that branch of the service had been conductedwith zeal and what those Commissioners no less than 22 years were suffered to from the time Cuthberts accounts before they were liquidated and the party himself had beeii dead tuariy years prior to their being Itis much tobe lamentedthan an in volving sums of money to so immense an should have been suffered to remain unliquidated for so many We cannot think that the examination of any however strict it may canbe at afl effectual at such a i istance of time and it is therefore not surprising that the public should not have recovered anypart of those sums which a speedy examination would no doubt have shewn they were entitled to the circumstances which occasioned the so far from being fresh in must be totally lost sight of neither the necessity nor the propriety ot disbursements can therefore of still less can the reasonableness of the charges as theparty in this had beeu dead many years before his accounts were even the chance of ob taining any information from on doubtful was altogether An account ofstill greater importance is now embracing a period of more than ele ven and involving the the account of the Basil as Contractor and Agent in the JJast from 15th to 1805 jr examination and liquidation of farther diflayi too much attention cannot be 35 out of the 42 unliquidated counts of Foreign Agents hare been prepared and ready some of them for many yearaV Jbr the Cards but still wai to be ;