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Day (Newspaper) - February 18, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX FEBRUARY iRCK iUVATE miles from a spacious FAMILY lii Walled of abiml lit Irnit f tin1 choicest orangery and i common n OGd i tcnauti hutUi i six bet TMC hole iti excellent t flu r hud at Hi I Mi i ITKMSHING MUM EMINENT V ir vii cif an Situation tiulv ASKHOLD PRE it i GJiin Ilia in a I ivil or i Tmvii held tot In cry luw ground rent uc liaise ronvcmi and ron il runm an oil at with nil llour nil halt on the two to A i wil ii i lo other ainc VL11nt stable I HI mi me anil Fixtures may lit pussMun M in ami convenience fur carrying the above is worthy of atlcii Minn to be IW I niJv remain on Mortgage for a irihrs hail liy applying to lowcllstrcct BllL with 1 t convrniui Cnijnling with ll genteel ami CIMII cuntaiuiiis Uiree bcd In aiul dining admirnbly or any trade ur maniifartory et in front uf the by IDS situiti for the and a Phit of Kuildinir i I and adjiiiiiiy the fii fret in Tin whole in rxcellent tirin of 00 at a low ground rent may Iurther on appii No i mtii COACH STAB i and OR Il ithin of iIii LKASE for il at a i if otily Tu o per if i runvi niinr Granar i Kitchen snLiIl Or situate at 1 I valuable will be included in the iili iieke s IK tweon 11 and i lie by applying to James i i Splendidly Fm i HARRY Convenient FAMILY Coarh House and and ilMiicstic OlTicc competent to accom respeetable The premises I et bavin i ithin a few weclis reparation and beautifying anil enstly uf the is entirely new i and miirejly oiiT mot t any NoMcmmi or GentleuWn de IP uc irul itsidence conti with New i r i LEATHEK 1 in OUlostiililiHiicil Con a in OIL LEATHER and H v to arccent Death in well of tiie coaneetions are 1 i u and in respectability niv 1 HIMin Lntidon in the line may be taken at a i iq liiv if Cl Hi tn j adjuiain the RIVER THAMES a valuable et with the ircnt adfaii rt the IonLEASE of that old t ljr I he BriMhousCj iulidiug of brewing Fifty at a ctiiiij Le The imd many thoiifanii expi in sulv judicious alterations iuijirovt in excellent comiiiiou the vits and new Two cood anil supply of water from the tre truy hauivj many local and mov be known of riirjlcBoue any morning from JANDLES and witli have decided advantages over thuse inaJe in the common The tallow meltul with steam is greatly improved in its quality and and the by coated with emit a brighter Hame with no and are more durable than only by the Candle and Soap and fur the convenience r in Uoxes of and Twelve Dozen at and As his Company only deliver poods fur ready Country Correspondents are requested to send references for payment in London with their i rciijecttully intbjnis the No uti his Catalogue may be had at ini Houses of every from the roltagf to the to be let so tiu as well as those who wiii to dispose The great vaiivty registered leaders comment the cata proof of its Thottwho view their to U a3 ziij litir l ittent1 to any distance per tn couuit cct uioilj of disposinj of Hcusc Ajcncy Rent for one or two a containing two or three good rooms on the first three accommodation for cotirhhonsr and with a garden and de tached situated between Dulwirh and at the distance of not exceeding six miles fiom the post addressed to at MY Richard will be attemled A intending to LO into tiie jSL conntry fir a wishes to Let his House in Nottinghamplace it is ejinteely and comfortably Hie is very and consists of no large lourpnst four laree tent aud one prets IJieic i a detached and and nthir To prevent the for nut than u per week if tor a shorter 14 Ai ilit lived in it during tiie it is perfectly Yhry would reipiirr a week to in whicfi house and furniture would be and ar ranged ii the ay most ajreeable to to oeeiljiv It ROMANS de CHAR Just by of the Public and sold by Lliu and nnil par Ma i ilaiiu de des Lett res LYiius de J et JKI ile oe par IAntenr de Caroline de j par Mailume Autenr e Claire priCfilr de sts par la i in PROPOSALS roa ESTABLISHING A COMPANY Ior Insuring the LIVES of conformably to n PLAN in the Possession of WILLIAM ROBERT Chairman of the HOPE IN SURANCE UKpresent State of the the JjL whole nature and extent of the Plan with pru be made public but it is necessary to mention that the of Insurance arc the deaths of and occasioned by disease or accident lire Mibjert to such condi tions and restrictions will in due time be circulated throughout the by the uieans of who ill be speedily appointed for the general purposes of the The Capital not be One Million of Pounds and to be divided into shares of pnrt ot which are intendnl Iti reserved for country and of and who may be disposed to countenance the un No person to be allowed to subscribe for more tlian forty nor less than five shares proprietors of which are to have a fur every five shares ili all cases where a ballot may be Five pounds on each shall be pajd when called for and no more of thtf capital be required unless and then only in proportion to the claimiwhich may arise by The Company to be under the exclusive management of 21 including a whereof the under signed marked are to form a aad the rdnainder shall be appointed by the Proprietary at The President to be appointed out and by the above named together with those to be ap pointed by the are to remain in office four No Director shall be qualified unless possessed of t went v shares but the Directors shall bare power to appoint Honorary Directors in different parts of the pro vided they are The species of Insurance proposed to be effcctedby the has been hitherto unknown in this and is presumed to be of the highest render more secure a property which far exceeds all other in and whoe is of the first In when the Plan which has been matured by long and formed upon a basis derived from experience and subsequent calculations be comes to be thoroughly understood by the Owners and Breeders of it will be found to promise great be nefit to the Agricultural Interest there is not the least doubt that it will receive the support which ito mag nitude and importance it Such pelsous as may be desirous of promoting the in tended by subscribing for are ic to address letters post paid to at the City of London BtEhopsgatestreet and all such as arc approved by the present Directors will have notice of the number of shares allotted and of fhe lime of paying the deposits but preference in all be given to Owners and Breeders of and all others connected with or cn iraged in Agricultural Tiie deposits when railed fur will be required to be paid into the hands of and MansionHouse slrcet and Hamniersley ac PaliMall and also into the Banks of surh places in the country an the Directors ehall for the accommodatioii of those who reside at a distance from preparatory to an investment in the Public Funds in the names of to be appointed by the the having had the basis on which the foregoing Plan is founded submitted to us by and by a gentleman of extensive information on the as well as the private calculations formed on in our opinion without prejudice to the be ct present do recom mend thtPlan as worthy of the attention of the and particularly of those connected with the Agricultu ral Inteixstsof the Country and we assure such that the object in and ail its bearings and coiise particularly the mcde of preventing upon the first this species of Insurance appeared to be open have betn frequently discussed by us at various aud that it appealt to us to Le a Plan possessed of peculiar and promises to be of great advantage to a Proprietary as well as to the Empire at Under this impression we have resolve lo give it every support in our John Devonshire Tub ncy Tre Cueraarvoh Lincolns Inn Claphamcoirt Vihiteciiapel J Pauls West Gate near Lin Royal CURIOUS PrtlZE CYPRUS 700 at per Dozen 40 Dozen of eight years in at 60 per Dazen looo Dozen of French at a Wine possessing all the fullness and richness of old Por tugal with the strength md flavour of Claret Dozen of Dry German resembling Ma at lino Dozen of excellent at 400 Dozen of seven years in at per Do bottles to be Application to Army and Prize PRIVATE WOODLEY respectfully informs the Nobility and that she gives Lessons in the following Branches of Education English Grarn and the French Eight Lessons for a In where there may be several it will make no difference in respect to provided they can he properly attended to in the Woodley continues to give lessons of Drawing in its variou Branches on his usual terms Four Lessons for a Address The most respectable references on either side can be SIK CARDON luts tlie honour of inform ing the that tlie Portrait of SIR JOHN which he was engraving from an original drauin by A the last Sh John Moore sat is now n ady for During the process of the Mr Cardon was favoured with the opinion and assistance of two of the most intimate friends of that tVoiu he has received the most flattering approbation correctness as a The Portrait of Dai id and from tin same forms a Companion to the price of the Portraits arc five shillings proof impressions half a Fitzroy Thirteen Years the IRISH LINEN COMPANY the iiijnrioiis plan if ivhitenint vith acid and for the last ciiiit they have a lionsc open in Loinlon for tinex clusive Sakof their Manufacture and which are to hihail this country only ill their near to No article sold but Irish and not less than a picrr of jj One piece nt wholesale and no ever Each piece is warranted as to ami to be bleached on tue and the money itturned if a fault Orders executed with Cash as usual for Bank of Ireland to tht BloomsbuiybipiarCj is their only House in SUPERIOR At his Comer of GREAT HAS great satisfaction in being able to an to the and lie after incurring considerable expence in the of thebest and aided by local A SPLEND1D ASSEMBLAGE OE TOWN PRINTED Of fixed and immovcnble for their and which arc peculiarly adapted to the present inode of as it combines every of tluxmost exquisite and olcjjant designs and patfenfs froiu the and Asiatic Schools of Taste and displays an infinite variety of rijh Damask Printed in Celeste and Royal and other peculiarly adapted for Drawingroom and Dininir and Brcakfa3t with corresponding Birders Medallions for Chair to aad an extensive assortment of Plain of fast colours and Plain and Bordered Kerseymeres aud for the varied purposes of elegant insubmitting the above to the inspection of the feels confident the superior quality of his and the very low price he is as a Manu facturer and Proprietor to charge relies b shall secure a continuance of that patronage it been his ambition to A fresh supply of Patterns from the Manufartory may be seen every We and at his Warehouse abovt referred The Trade arc also and BISH solicits the attention of the Public o to the ScliLiue of the ensuing which contains the same number of Prizes and Tickets as the but with an aiiditiunnl Bonus given by the Con which may entitle the fortunate holders ot a jle Ticket or Share lo an immense and incalculable The first drawn Prize above on the first will be over abovetlie to loot WHOLE TICKETS And the Holder of the tirst drawn Prize above on he second will also over and above the 500 WHOLE which Tickets are sealed up and deposited for sivrjrity in the Barik of EnglandThe Numbers of the isoo Tickets so iiven rire inserted in the which may he had sratis at the above where Tickets and Shares arc selling in great variety andas there are but Tickets for the earlier the purchase the better Bish has been remarkable for selliu prodigious number of Capital Prizes and it is extraordinary that he sold the the last the two last and the last Prize of 500 Whole Tickets ever all in at and Charing Notwithstanding there were 500 more Tickets tor Sale in the last Lottery than in every Ticket was although the pyice was GRAND GIFT of ONE THOUSAND WHOLE TICKETS the First Numbers as follows Also a FREE GIFT of FIVE HUNDRED WHOLE TICKETS to the first drawn above the Second Numbers aj follow The above Tickets may sain the whole of the following CAPITAL PRIZES 500 Begins APRIL In consequence of the above Gifts of there only for Tickets Slid Stores are selling at ali tljs Licsnsed URITISII the HOUSE OF 17 On the motion of Lord Captain Huxley Sandon was ordered to be brought toiie Bar ot this House this day from to attend tlie Committee of uijiiiry on the Duke f forks ordered to bisummoned to attend A new Writ was ordered to lie issued election of a the of in tlie room of ifiHral Burn w aeeepted the office ot Steward lo rlie C A Message from tlie Lnrds 1 tliat their Lordships had r Gregsoti Divorce and disiied liitMoiu uvj renciof th s House to j Alderman tij a Bill for i 1 tending tlie pouer of Act during iltcj last for and trance to tlie City of at Templebur was read a lirst and ordered to be j read a on I Tile HOUMrevolver itMif into a Commit iv I thn Militia and I was ordered to bo received on in of If uoiici moved for leave to bring in a Bill for rre the oftice of Constable in He j stated Ins object for in this Bill to that a larger salary be allowed to this de scription of fro winch a of people would be induced to undertake the and the duty would bemore regularly Sir ARTHUR iie wisliecl to take the opinion of MUIIIof the Law Officers in previous to this Bill OHAIIA tliat iiiteixtion uas at present to in the Bill and luuv it and on a future and distant day to thf ittcii tton of the House to tin subject in tin tlie Cienlleinau would an opportnnitv i of making any iiujuiriis Iumiht 1 Bill uas brought read a lirt j and ordered to be Sir JOHN pursuant to his mo to move Ior leave to bring in a Bill for making the embezzlement of public money without benefit of He stater that an Act had been so fat back as the year of tlie of the ite which directed that person Public Mo ney up to the vulue of hable to a cri nimal and Mich a crime was con strued into without of but that Art did not farther lo i Collectors of Public Money the obijet of Bill was to extend the upera oi old ict to persons higher in superior situ ations md emoluments the nature of their The Baronet tlien moved tor leave to bnusj in a Bill TheSpliAKEB that there an in the mode he in tended to adopt in ii this conceived the expedient and thod would be to intitle the Bill A Bill for I more effectually preventing and i leaving blanks in ihj for the of i such punishment as the Committee might think proper to on a mat tire consideration of the objects concurred in the irent impor tance of tins Bill but at the same time bfjxid leave to state lo tile that it us contemplation to bring m a Bdl hiih ouh extend to othel but bv at tlie same the object of the Bill woidd be fulv ilic Baroiu t wished lo press his Bill no could be Sir thought it abiolut with this Bill wit delav as If the systini which had j liecii twelve months since bv liuKite Lord Lirutirmnt oi j be sutfered to ivniam in tile o any one Collet tor of the Revenue at any out Connor could not have goae o viili Before he the Baronet had j left his office in he had the sum then iu the hands of tlie collectors from to on the principle he hud ready that of not buttering any one i collector to retain in his hands more than i he had came lie understood the Sim j in the hands of those men had again accuimii luted to to prcvint this to stop the further progress of he con ceived it was of the utmost importance this Bill should not be 1 Sir to j Baronet had rather overstated wall j which Connor had gone He believed the orders givrn tindcr the bite Lord Lieutenant hail been sfrictiy adhered and that the Administration was as vigilant as on any et With reflect to the that he had carried off cjjiy one weeks col and that the who de puted to inquire into his was the town at tliv motiient he He did not conceive it at all necessary to separate this Bill from the general measures intended to be and alluded to by WYNX objected to the Bill being blend ed with any other measures intended to be pro posed if lie understood the object of the Baronet who moved tor leave to bring in the it was intended that its operations should extend to this country as well as to consequent ly it would a question of coasiderable It of remain the Committee to award such punishment for the embezzlement of Public Money aa they thought bat whether to the extent proposed by the was a question which yet re mained for That the crime vras and highly deserving of exemplary pu no cue could deny bat he tmsted a niattef o mil importable u a lairiv ed before any decision wiX Li e u ihiii given to Ilinu m e L V presitlied Irorn in i ouniy of Jntevia to lie SitJIIIIN tlitre iie tii 1 muse an A count ot Seid nn inio ireiand dniMii i he be laid an Ai of of ii of a m oi in the Coumyof U u to his re i to i it ali tormaVoi t onId hioraiin He t be IKfore Li e of dated i n econpHnying the me rlvriied theft o thee leners ur been I rican Innof tOi 1 o i e lo t J 1C nt Snpplv apil anu dil till iJeimrt r f the Sciii 10 i er tam meed tins ly tain m oi lite ot tile The f beiHi i d to report of the said letters us to tiie al the Duke of iu the reported they had maturely iie ei tie letters submitted to aiul o oinnou that they were all relevant to tiie u K itired to tin Committee nf the 1 OF Fi K E moved tie Jrder of tiie for tiie resohing itelf Kilo a Comuuin to further on this to cerrect a tatioii iilich had uooe lorth with respect lo somu ctinyersation that took plaee between an flo nourabie ientlenian on otlmr siie ot e House and m tte on mittee of the whole I louse lat It he d uiy liich had hurt the feeiiis i f the he was lie received that ot provocatioii p vokcd anv tlnnghe had and last man in lenee to deny it iiuU on it he had not said anv ihnm tn dencv iiad been ii it wuind be unmanly not to perfectly recode he a self to the but did net r tiV had lould a as been rnaile in tne of teij dn bv the of if allowed to u lead to iid oi a very In order to ut House m of the lin he alluded he Ii tve lo call their to the in rj ie i the eMruct the fijjt of m adilressmtr himself to ardle he could not retrain fion aui several parts of the Mem bers pi to tincon o tins d it in this siiiLirt retorts twten o aled to tlie of the wiietiur tljiuu f li said cuiiUl I e into siici He coulil not use o h tt and m U the nicnicvuus and inpioper Inch from sieii cf the proeeaiiLs ia He lonciudid that tnt of u japi r be taken u ustovfy the Strjeu r a Tlie tle UMial mode iiiopted in such oi privileges tlie complaint had been ami the breach o given in to the it then moil the Printer or Publisher nf rne to attend at the Bar of that a to be in order L mitflit art him they dnmtd expcd i LO i man but to it was incumbent to make to the oi the statement though he eiieets aise iVom sucii of if the House was inclined to as lie madj his lie ativ farther prormdirig on the The taid ther anotlier couvse to which was at the of tlie He if he conceived it pro for tlie adjourn of the matter for a future by which adjourn ment he might hitve an opportunity of observ ing whether such cfinductwas pursued in or whether the same line of miyeprescniaticn persevered then the further coiisideration of the matter be postponed till second the and to brar his testimony to the and correctness of the statement th ten tleraan had just He could take upon himself to that no sucii expressions as se alluded to had In the course cf tl e some little altercation had tab n but in of thecharaour of 1 a as as of the what ever trifling had wts explained away in The most and gentlemanly He expressed bis high Satisfaction at the hsnturable manner in whish ;