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Day (Newspaper) - February 21, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX f FEBRUARY PRICE I A 1 1 1 1 1 1 MSii I II I I I i to inform the I nix niutt v aftUd by I made li il 111 iliri parts I the cni 1 ni crl tin amount I Hi ClMilllittLe i inli tiimi which jMicnt tiiuil UKLV be cx i i HPT ss ol the Iiilm i i i lill rc ll s u IJ the i piarr in ihnl t i ii ir U iliscri i I KUHUItid ill i it un that such i ever a ul aiui srruputuub A to ihe which they i IT ilhout HUIMI to pivr them believe they ultimately will the TSritisii Public i vincc must important struggle i 0 8 i Sh i pvion I i 10 JO 0 in i SALES BY PRIVATE Small convenient HOUSE to in an airy jikasant three ufiles trom Hyde Park rent and taxes very Ior Particulars viiquirc of Law SITUATION ivitli an AGHULS By THE LEASE of a neatUOUSE and in the Millinery and Dressmaking situated in unr of tinmust frequented avenues of Templc liai the term is 1C years the rcnl moderate and the House is siffieiently cxtcusive to adiuit of u re duction liy Iftliu a For further Particulars apjyly to near the Rojal TU STRAWHAT LADIES TUIE LEASE of a HOUSE and nell for tile or any other business rcqniiing publicity of Apply if by letter post paid to Stan VILLA and LAND on the WESTERN By HARRY A COMMODIOUS with suites of a domestic roachhonse and stabling tor four and about seven arres of rirli jneadow divided into by huiulsumr and environed by gravel and screened hy a luxuriant shrubbery an excellent walled and wellplaced The whole in hijh competent to accommodate a respectable fa Tlie situation is and within five miles of the May viewed by lickels only with priced nrvy he by apnlyiin to Harry New in in i i t hi J Tn M j s aiiii olhtrs I SOCIETY i OF en a rOrilT at the FLEET Eleven for the UK additiimal Charter iii cxtcniling to tlie i if df i Snriiu and AB ily inform tli putili iu tlie above ilcsnnt for the dis I v lirais hijldy td nl ns tin tinsitnn niincrtions of the always injure iii oft lie All urrouiils after may be seen at the furuilurc and valued in towa money on iuteiued for in tlicHELDS TICK tlmt the Trustees Nv Hjiiiil belonging to this in of the said on u I day oi at 11 oclock in the to apiiuint a SEXTON or the said and other may be I in or s Little the i in m refereiices as to the i anto J Clerk to TilC Illl furiiRrly Third Mute Captaiiv wrecked iii Jnlv or any of the crew who from Poll an will apply i they ii I tirir Any peroii IliiuniiDii the said John M i an be ill be and MARGARETS tNIY aiifl respectfully acquaint that the Tickets and Shares for the to on the 12th of ii ii established Slate Lottery Of i In first the First Drawn i 1iM be to 1000 Tickets and on the i tiie first drawn Prize above i These valuable benefits ii liy tlie Contractors over and shove the usual f and other prizes contained in the Tin1 TnUils deposited in the Bank of the numbers may be had at Honisby ic iircetiiK shared among their friends the follow list di Prizes of i of i i 1 of 2 of 4 of t ol by letter or executed exactly on nils ls if LOTTERY 1 illT ONE THOUSAND TICKETS the First a of FIVE HUNDRED WHOLE 10 abiwe the Second Numbers as folluw 1 I A I nlvcts the whole ot the following CAPITAL FRIZES 500 IVinv APRIL Gifts of t hen ari only for aiaj sjhartf are Celling at all the Licensed i By HARRY fapacious mid Convenient FAMILY Coach House and nnd rephlc with every domestic Office competent tu accom modate a larpv rcsprctaMi1 The premises we in the inos perfect havinsr within a few weeks undergone a complete and bcautifyin and the which is and appropriately elegant with the stjlc and fashion of the is entirely and of I lie brat description nnd unitedly oiler a piost eligible opportunity to any Nobleman or Grntlcmaa de sirous of an and fashionable residence conti mmus to Pol tinan nnd Manchester May IK viewed by with may be had at Phillipss ISew i5y illE LEASE of a Convenient and situate in for a term of it a very Tor further apply to LEASE of u Substantial in complete Hepair comprizing excellent Apartincntr on each fiveStorii s convenient Servants four Water Tlie entrance from For apply to SEVERAL SHAKES GOLDEN LANE and ALE EAST ION DON and EAGLE FIRE Apply to Richard removing to Royal Ex ESTATES iu the COUNTY of DON 1RELAN D BE PEREMPTORILY the 21st day at 11 oclock in the with the approbation of COMPTOS one of the Masters of the Court of Chancery in at the Public Sale Room of the said in pursuant to several Orders of the said made in Causes there Dowxrs certain and comprised in tht Miiiiors of and in the County of in the kinglomof part of the Estates of the of anil in the acres and 17 or for an uuexpired term of 10UO at a peppercorn subject to the several valid Leases subsisting on the said Estates iu several and subject to the Conditions stated in the printed particulars which were issued for stile of the same on the isthday of ISOH but which sale has been postponed till Particulars may be had gratis at the said Masters in Southamptonbuildings aforesaid of Aldridgc and Colley Lincolnsinn of Mauley and Inner Temple of Great Btdfordrow of HatJongardui and iu of William Stephens Dublin and at most of the principal Inns in the vicinity of AMridge and Colley Lincolns This Day is price MEMOIRS of MARY ANN from the aje of fifteen to the present including appropriate Remarks ou her conduct to wards the DUKE of Sold by PallMali Sherwood and PaUTnostTrow lloyal Exchange Pickettstrect and CARICATURES TJiis Day is price only by Thomas nnHE following New Popular CARICA J The Dissolution of or Clarke np her The Dukes Love Letter Travcstie Levtc The Embassador A New on the fame will be published every day the present to be had as above of and of and Royal price only NOW exhibiting at the House of New one of the most wonder ful production of Nature ever a young who was born deficient of and legs she is of a comely twentyfour years of and only thirtyseven inches high j she dis plays a great and is m admirer of the fine arts but what renders her eo worthy of tlie public is the industrious andastonishing means she bos invented and in obtaining the use of the wherein she is extremely adroit she can cut out and make any part of her own sens extremely and in most wonderfnl manner writes well draws paints and many more wonderful all of which she performs princi pally witti her The reader may easilythink it impossible she should be capable doing what is inserted ia this but if she and even much the conductor will forfeit IOOO from twelve till To or Others wanting TO be a LARGE OCTAGON AUC with a FamilyHouse very desirable nml excellent held formerly by Apply to nrar the Lambeth or Bridge WANTED TWO PORTERS to deliver None need apply hat who can be well recommended from their last and give security for goods committed to their ORIGINAL COACH SWAN WITH TWO The ROYAL MAIL and other set ont from the ahuve BRISTOL Royal Mail Coach on a new and improved carries two outside on through and every Evening at half past Seven oClock qnar Hr before BATH Royai Mail on a new and improved carries two outiirfc on through Marlborough and f very Evening at half past Srrcii jnartciBefore PLYMOUTH Koyal on a new and im proved carries two outside on through and every Evening at half purl oClock quarter be fore EXETER Royal Mail on a new and improved carries two outside on through Bridgcwater and every Evening at half past Seven oClock quarter before Six EXETER Royal Mail on anew and improved carries two outside on through and Evening at half jjast Seven oCiocfc quarter before Six FALMOUTH Royal Mail on a new and im proved canits two outside on springs through and every Evening at half past Seven oClock quarter be fore LIVERPOOL Roya Mail on a new and im proved carries two outside on spring through and every Evening at halfpast Suven oclock quar ter before MANCHESTER Royal Mail on a new and improved carries two outside on through and every Eveningat halfpast Seven oClock quarter before BIRMINGHAM Royal Mail on a new and im proved through Stopey Da and every Afternoon at Five CARLISLE Royal Mail on a now aud im proved carries two on through Lun Even ing it ikvoi oClotk quarter before NORWICH hy Newmarket Royal Mail on a new and improved carries two outside on through and tvrry Eveiihig at halfpast Seven oClock quarter be fore NORWICH by Ipswich Royal Mail on a new aud improved to carry two on through Cn and Schole every Eveisiiig at halfpast Sevoa oClock quarter before EMETER Mercury through Salis and every Moniiug at Four LIVERPOOL Machine through Bir and every Evening at Six MANCHESTER efcgant Post called the Defi to Parry four insides travels equally as fast as the through Market and cvcryAfleruouii at a quarter before Three MANCHESTER Cornwallis through North and every Morning at a quarter be fore Eight CARLISLE Post called the through and every Afternoon at quarter before Three NORWICH Machine through Bury aud Schole every and Sunday at Four BIRMINGHAM Balloon Post through Dunjsta and Coven every Evening at Five Mercury through New ton aud every at Four BRIGHTON Post through Rycgate and Cutk every Morning at a before Seven CARLISLE Cornwallis through Shap and every at a quarter before Ten WINDSOR every Afternoon at One SOUTHAMPTON Long through Basingstoke and every at a quarter past Four SALISBURY through Basingstoke aud every Morning at Four BATH and BRISTOL Royal Post nnd every Af ternoon at a quarter before Three PORTSMOUTH New Light called the Self to carry only four ihsidcs calls at the through Hasel Chichester aud to the and Saturday at before Parcels and Luggage conveyed Daily to Wolverhamp Vicar Swarf Nar Uck Ports Shjews Tuubridge Somer Market Kast Welch Here Wickham Abiug Ivy Milford Havcni iitid By WILLIAM WATERHOtSE aud The Proprietors of the above Mail Coaches and Carriages beg leave to juform the Public that they will not be accountable for any Parcel or Package nor for auy Passengers above the value of unless the same be entered and pftid for accordingly at the time of delivery of any such or Passcu gera UHbemor their r riO be 1U KN neat SMALL M Kituated at Winchmon near with good an stables the premises consist of fife bed tiro butlers or housekeepers pai On a years lease will he disposed of low upfln taking the furniture which is neat an but not expensive at a fair Emjuirc of Bedford CANDLES manufactured WAXED have decided advantages evci those niale ia the common The tallow heius melted with steam U greatly improved in its quality mi and the by coated with einit a brighter flame tfith Bo arc muie durable than Manufactured only by the Candle and Soap aud for the convenience of in and Dozen u tnid Eiiiubiu v As this Company only deliver fjmids for ready tniKiiSy Country Correspoudents are requested to for payment in London with their FROM THE DUTCH The following article is extracted from our Couit Gazette The reignmsj Grand Sultan Mith mud notified to our Court his acces sion to the throne by a letter dated Constanti the pth of the month in the yeai of the Hegirn The letter is couched in tlie most friendly and gives his Majestj the title of and Pudisrhach of The in which Musrapha announced his was not received by our because it did not contain the additional title ol We have the following particulars of intelli gence from Constantinople As soon as the Janissaries found the body of they tied a rope to his and dragged him through the principal a herald going before and continually that it was the body oi until reached the palace of the Gfaud where they hung it by the and left it to remain three days as a pub lic Some bloody scenes are expected to take place between Silistria and Bairaetars treasure was chiefly in the fortress ol The Porte now demands that t treasure shall be delivered up to and men have marched from Constantinople to en force the Bairaetars how refuse to give it A convoy from consisting of 35 the greater part of them under the Austrian arrived some time since in the under the escort of an English These vessels afterwards and repaired to their re spective places of under cover of false papers fi am or other neutral they were and discharged the cargoes of colonial which they had on board at The Austrian vessels that accompanied this convoy have met with a very singular The greater part of the vessels that sailed from Trieste were laden with the produce of the or Austrian manu They proceeded to Malta to complete their and to procure English The English confiscated and took out all these and then compelled the Austrians to take entire cargoes of English The to raise the conscription of which were adopted the beginning of this have already been carried into effect through the whole In every part the youMg men have manifested the greatest readi ness and zeal in entering into the There has been no disturbance at the The con scripts who are summoned to the are ready to depart on the first notice all are animated by the same noble desire to tread in the glorious paths of their and by their valour and fidelity render themselves worthy to serve under the command of the greatest General in the It is asserted that the del Infantado was present in the in which the Marshal Duke of Belluno Victor compelled Spaniards to lay down their arms he was for a considerable time he at last escaped with a small number of his Considerable rcinforerments are joining the army which is besieging The Spanish surgents have collected almost all the forces which remainwith them into the and have at the same time stationed them in a fortified but they have already been driven with great loss from their strongest VALLA DO Numerous columns of English prisoners pass daily through this The Priuce of Neuf chatel takes a survey of them from time to and has distributed shoes among The English Officers and soldiers that from the dav of their being their retreat has been nothing but a precipitate They have lost their and all their The Commander in is and Sir David Baird dangerously wound ed Four ships which were stopped by the French tire have been The British army is returned to and put to sea during a dreadful General Moore was the best landofficer whom they They have lost a great number oi Cap and Officers of all A report is just spread that his Majesty the Emperor and affected by the submission of the Government aud inhabitants of has consented that our King Joseph ay remain among We flatter ourselves that his Majesty will soon make a solemn entry into the capital of his The city is making preparations to receive him in a splendid Since the beginning of this month we enjoy per fect repose and good thank1 to the various measures which have been taken for that B1UT1SH HOUSE OF ON FEBRUARY Counsel was finally heanl on the Scotch in ihe cause of Smith MNeil after which thr moved for the affirmation of the judgment of the Court winch was ordered The Malt aid IVaiura Duties and the BUls as as the Kijnity Dehtors wereseverally passed thrvjuifh oi and reported without any THE EARL OF LIVERPOOL rose to movi for the second reading of the vlii tia Enlibtmtiit No one coulu deny that the object most worthy to engage the of in tiKst periiouj the of our national No iiui in ivuiild tfiVct tliut tdd mare succi ss ami tian ibat contaiiitfl in tlie Bill it Jiact trit of having pit into Ixcctrtinn course nf lat it hicl succeuded btNOiiil inort houes of its His adverted to the state of the lintiih tlionah every still would he pbnid on a more advantageous tif preent Exclusive of Indiu tle Kegulur Army of HO Hrsv of cotnposiii on an iiveniLrecf men each auil second jat eMcli of which couldnot Jiiister on mi more than 4J4 It was the latter should be raided loan equality with the former they were of tlie greatest inipottaiiee to the They formed a storehouse of uhich tilled up every vacancy in the rirst them The object of the measure was to till u the num bers of the second and what method was preferable to that of allowing volunteers from the Militia to enter those corps It had every thing iu its simplicity and The Line would not suifer by the intru sion of raw for the Mihtia was in the highest state of and all the volun teers which it supplied would be found ex cellent The as experience had proved ccukl fail to succeed and it it shouid as men who had spent many years in military and attained thehighest pitch of could not but ec1 the uispiratiou of warlike aixi a stroiiif inclination to extend the sphere of their Volunteeringwas u popular He knew thjit some objections hadon former oc casions arisen against this and been sup ported by the complaints 01 many members of the respectable body formed by militia officers but they sprung chiefly from the imperfect re gulations which directed its Others lad been which wouid no ground or An extension of power been granted to recruiting officers and should as his Lordship had noSoubtit sanction the Militia Enlistment Bill with its ap the most beneficial consequences night be expected to flow from such a well ned and promising He was not yet able to lay before the House exact accounts of ts result last but felt great pleasure in re jeatitig to their that it had been STJC his most sanguine He vould think it unfair not to take this oppor unity of expressing the obligation which the ountry owed to the Lords whose xertioiis had powerfully assisted the execution success of the LOUD SIDMOCTH Iways thought the now revived by his Soble unequal to the end which it was iitended to compass he also d emed its ap licatimi improper at the present The irst tune it was resorted to was in the year vlun the infantry of the Line iu Great Britain and inlands of Jersey and did not imount to more than fifteen thousand effective It was then wise to let the consideration f the perils that threatened our country super act any objection which might be made against he But in when it was a second put into circumstances bore no onger the same lowering Our means of defence were and if it were found ne cessary to expand them still another method might surely have been which night have increased the Regular without liminishing the numbers of the and rveakening that strong weapon of internal had stated in 1807 that he looked upon it as an abridgment of our means of meeting dangers and he would now repeat the same At ne disciplined men were to be aken out of the and a force of 445000 lew recruits raised to fill up the vacancy which hey had Would it not have been prefer ble to have Ifft Militia and jave formed the men into a separate under the appellation of Militia of he United would have been dispose ble like the Regular Arm v We were surround d with permanent aud this would have nade a permanent and efficient system of de The Noble Lord had stated that 56 bat alions of tlie line could not muster oa an ave age more than men Why not fill up heir numbers with fresh instead of hav ng a second time recourse to the winch laving been nearly drained of its best bout nine or ten months could now boast ittle more than scarcely disciplined recruits There was a time when those second battalions night have overflowed with It wis vhen the Hash of Spanish independence kindled very British Then Ministers ought io lave availed themselves of the popular le had no doubt that nnoe the result of the lute ampaign in the Regular Army ttood in Teateriifed of being leinforccd than He bought it his duly to express the reluctance ith he absent to the hiaia no other pim proposed bv any of lie did not intend to op e however little adapted he deem emergency of the timesw ;