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Day (Newspaper) - February 22, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX FEBRDAEY PRCE and ALDERMEN i lnjlticn aiil i Lrurd Mayor in Sir Ri ii Afifnniii Sir Jolui n AMfrniun AlTiiiau Clavilius i out of tilt Slitmi HI suflinrit to of l 1 u iv ii IMillust WOitirr u i ijiiu i nt i i I twvDtytonr I s tilt iis m u arts oi tac public i tlie has the use 01 ilju mticiU is udioit slii of o MI sews niM mauiicr writes uiul many Tin riadir nny think it u of dviiiC bat is inserted eicu much the ftoai ANTED ly a Board and or a Bedroom Sittinarooiix only in a pivats within a quarter of ai hours walk of Saiut Pauld AidietiS Dolphin Chop SALES BY FiiiVATE TKES of thib THEATRE nlnvra renting nt libirty to close without of ill IK ready to treat o the fora peiiod if wiHi v nn If liy lettvr to the on or before Saturday thi ni iif respectfully iu possible Variety of Fuhiuii TO brnuvlil constantly on U Olicapsidr to Variety of Family Irish i an i lijiant Kurni Bws ind Scr iiil in re ry ce for forming the maybe nl cted in Hit i inns pliuns of Goods i mi as tlity arc sold fur t riling Carious Arabian SI Gold and Silver ouMjtiun iu Price tinnrst T M i 1 ii Hie GROtND ereby that the Trustees i Burial biluuginj to this Pa i tlir Vcitryroom of the said 011 i j i of Maicb at 1 oclock ia the to appoint a SEXTON or the said and other may hi or Little the S to Mliiim references as to the are to be the PRIZE S 700 at per Dozen n of ejrt yenre ill pt Iu 10 Dnzen of French a Ihe aid richness of old Por ili the strtnch andHavom of Claret Dry German reseuihlins Ma ii Dozen of excellent at i seven years in at per Do iiv u Army an 1 Prhe Agnlj it e tiy ii iiioe Acciduiits which liy Fhvs lining left in i jni at r ironnd and Meatiafc Manu opposite Andreivt t ic im Ilinl thiir mncliappraved Firc tuay no at the same time a per i it Fire at variety ready for wirejnards to carry auJ arc a jjre l1 l ITllii cat of rill tri iXC hp Sc ia ucy 1uzL AM cxitaiuiajj il j lo SOU of xc besides Grand of lie iKLE fur tiie Second bay Leg leave to recommend the Tveut as an imfirovcmeot wiiicb gave universal sa iciiuthe Tickets are ixDdcretlTOOre nutT Numbers being i the certainty of their obtciaing the o iliat iias IxtMi allotted to i i S s arc on Sale at Swift NV asd uliLie Prizes of the last io j very CiUit Amount have bceu CiT of u TiCRCTS ONE THOUSAND the First Numbers LLGIFT uf HUNDRED WHOLE the rirA djnwu Seeuud Numbeis as iuiiotv rickets the of the CAPITAL PHIZES l MO Kefirs of tbc above there are End Shares are wiling at till the Lhri COrXTRY WANTED a FA MILY with nine j ten brtlf three suitahle brviv and other stahlinsr for tuur 07 live hvrresj gooil Ji acres of from 10 to 20 miles from The counties of or Hevts would be particu larly the neighbourhood of A larjer house will not he objected Address full particnlars as to sir of to Me and ANTS a a YOUNG 29 years of to wait on a Single Gentle can a jood chnrariir from his last A line tu ANTS a Situation as a man aiirT twoyrars character cm i by pest to W WANTS si n YOnYG 05 year of as PORTFJ in sonic iht or aran in a tVarf ivritc a paia can have an fr jin his whirc he has lived four Lett i post duly attend d NEW This Day is pdce only by Thomas followiinf New Popular JL The Dissolution of Cr Clark wjjidinirup 2 The Hulls Letter Trarcstie Clsiks Levee 4 Tlu N on lVe same will published everyday diiriuethe present to he had ns hove of and of am Royal price only ROLLS THE OVERSEERS of the POOR hereby tivc list they arc willing to co itrac for WORKHOfSE of this Liberty with Butchers aud for one year and that the Commitlee will mpet at the Workhouse of tlv said on the 8th March to re reive the Prnposas of such persons as may be willing1 tu any of the above Tirms of the and of the Ar ticles may be had by applying at tbt AH Proposals must be delivered at the ate in sealed anti nc1 drcbbed to the on or before the 7th day of March S The Coals will probably not he required to bc de lircrcd To MASONS end 20t4 Gommwsiwrw JL will meet at the CarJopin Amr oo Tnesday the 7th of March in forenrxn precisely aud will then receive PROPOSALS scaled upl from such persons OK rflaybe there wUtine to contract for doinq the MASONS aiidPAVIOURS lhat may oriinm to be done to the Footways and within the said at fixed for the terms of or three A specification of the works to be contracted may be seen by applying to any morning before ten or after vLTen in the hut Principals will treated and they are required to prpirid the names of for of BARGAINS IS ARTlCLES of LAL1ES I ONE of tlie most and extensive Col lections Fashiouahlc and prime Coth Polices and Dresses likewise Millinery in all its together with Dresses of Sarsnets Silk Nets and Mus lins are now selling off at a view making room for a and extensive display uf Sprinsr NotlnvitbEtaiidinK the prices of Silk and IVutillen foods are a great of Sill plaii and and Lauii s Pelisse will he sold considerably helow fhc old Ehijint and various other ar ticles will he The Sale will continuejjnt few at the very low prices above corner of F Thirteen Years tue IRISH LINEN COMPANY have oppoEcid the plan of wlutcninj with muriatic acid and for the last eight they imvc kept a open in London for the ex clusive SaJe cf fheir arid which are to be had in this country only at their near leading to No but IrlsU and hot less thnn a picco of t5 One piicc at whoktalc arid no abitteftnent cvtr pitce is warranted as to to be bleached on tiic grassa mid tlie money c turnip f a faults Orders executed with Casb as usual forBank Agent to the is their only House in SUPERIOR At his Corner of GREAT AS great satisfaction in being able to nn nutincc to Hie and he after incurring coiiiiiicrable expenrc in the employ of helHst andajilvd by local A SPLENDID ASSEMBLAGE OF TOWN PRINTED Of and iminuvcablr for their and which are ptetiliarh adapted to the pitiitit mode of as i comhines every of the most tsipjisitf nnT eJesant and paterns from the Pa afulAfiatic Schools of Taste and displays an iynuite variety of rich Damask Celeste and IJoyal other peculiarly adapted for and Dining Breakfast Parioms with BordtTF 7rledallitins tor to match ainl an extensive assortmentof of andPtain and Uimlcved aid for the Varied purposes of riecviat sabmiftiiisTbc above to ttic inspection of the feels ciuiideut the suin rior jualty of his ami very low pricebe a Manu facturer rroprictoi1 therepij to charge syail secure a Iha patronage itfea3begn his ambition to A fiesli supply of Patterns from Manifaetory nay every Wedin sday and SatnrOiyj abjjveTtfcrrtd be the LEASE of tliree sidrraljJt en balcony ifjjidoivs inarblushimney ate n posswiou The wnolc in perfect iicU fit fo tlteiiajBcdialc pussessionjf asmaii For further particulars apply to Wol UPPER HAKLliV By SLEQAIVT roomson atracheil aud detached double cyach bouieand foiirstull distinc The uiaiuiiJii is ihushctl irt a anrf orna moiitat stylo of superior witii every conve a uuiilyj late ia Uie jiosacssioo of Ad miral Two thousand pounJS may remain oi at 5 per Far turtlier apply to Wel a HOLSiC in thj ujorc situate feiv miles in a that pussscss iu an jVuni it mil with tinCreates huthit m lybesaWfo stand uiirivjl ed m resjiectsljilitjv lie Pifinises nncoin iionly in itpiur cleiiriibit trade at tached to witli cjjjaLilityajidtxpvttaucvofany jnaii may only nil wbo must be possessed in m and givchi their name aud reference if re Apply tj U ESI HA LEASE u Substantial i i coinpiute cuiuprizincr excellent on each tivcSturJis convenient The cutraiice oin Fur ajply to JL u o iai uwt HOUSE and in tli situated ne of t lie nijst avenues West o Teftiple is Io years the rent tin1 IIiMis is sniiiciially txlensive to aJmit of a re tion y n fuithir apply to JL in tlicbTllAiND ill or tae LOIS DON DOCKS and itur any before at LiUle near titi cuci of the Phcivis one of bich may be Lad it Midsummer All the above Property in the County Khiv By LEASE of a B with a in Redlion sqiiare the is and The premises have bceu recently repaired ueantified with great liberality null taste are JicM under the Bedford IOK To be vienni by whiclij rriay 3e hadof Hol i o he disposed of by direction of the By riniIE Old Establislicd JL respectably cviuicctnt ju the of a PLUMBER with a very good DWELLS and ilctacliod spacious Cnst int and in an eligible central be tueen and of which a Lease will be granted for any ttnn short of To at a moderate and very easy The premises are suitable for a or any business requiring Particuuirs maybe knowji of FROM TUB LONDON Regiment of Dragoon Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Francis Sherlock to be by viu wlio retires Henry AJjore to be vice Slifrluek Lieutenant Edmund to be of a vice Moore Cornet Ro ert Uarren to be vice Regimtiit of Cornet Joseph 3uddea to be without purchase Francis Cur to be vice 24th Cornet Henry iSishett to be Regiment of James Brown to e by vice 17th Lieutenant Thomas Swyer to be Captain of vice deceased Ensiijn Charles Avails tu be viccSwyer Matthew tobe vice ISth Regiment of Ensign Samuel Holmes to bo if by vice promoted Sa to be Holmes Henry to be without vice Clii who 21st Lieutenant Francis from Ilalf y of the 4ih tobe vice who 2Sth HospitalMate William Monro to be Assist 32d Lieutenant William Gruudy to be Cajitaiu of a vice 33d Lieutenant John Pavil to be Captain of a deceased Ensign William MDonald to be vice o vice Sid to be without Archibald John William Thomas 5ith Ricliard to be without promoted ia the 4th Garrison S5th Lieutenant John Bullcr to be ioth Robert to be with out promoted in the gbth 68th Ensign James Jsixon to be vice deceased William to be 72d Ensign MDonald to be blat Lieutenant Macalpiae to be pntii Assistant from the jjh tu vice Hst John late Lieutenant in the Ayrshire to be Paymaster of the 3d LC wlio 93d Georsce to be vitUout vice StK John to be witliwit vice RpynlYorkRangirj George from the witiiovrt AifajoibradshaWs od Archibald Kcmpj to s of the 8th rLson tu be Majjor iu the Nicholas of be to the QuarterMaster GeiKial of the we LieutcnantCokrel HOSPITAL fiura Hai to be Physician to uiveyorJoseph Gunsoii to be Purveyor to UK Deputy Oefarm Legion 1st Battalion of Cadet Serjeant Charles Hu to vico appointed to Ruils 5th Ersign Ernest Baron During to be vice dcreaped Serjeant Charles Kililcito be vice A N appointnicnt of CapVuu the to be Captain of a compavy iu tlie J 1th as stated iu ibeGazate of the Stii o vember has not qf Royal Gentleman Cadet Dairy to be Second vice Gentleman Cadet A Tappjo be Gentleman CaJtt ileid to be of to nrr rcnoVr March at ami at the Kings Altumii ISewuian and and Heiip uf i and April at at the aid Jlanchqster and Joseph of Great pJarch and Aunl at at the ExcliMnc Manchester Cooper mtl Chaaceiylane and John of and at at the OITII Thoinis Miluriis Poultry and ami f t and April nt at Klieli AttiiniiiS William and Abraham of Mureh and April at at Buurdillou anil Little Friilay Ghnls of and April at at At Abraham of Isle of and April at at LOE Gatly and Angel court 4 William kte of March and April at nt the Jepson and Con per and James of jcr and March am April at at of March and April at lit tire DOS Tavinv in Decns Manchester and 7lilnc uid of Marrh at April David of statuary ajd at at John of at at April Henry Kite of at at Morgan of at at the rings licad Joseph Ran of nt at the Swan Wllirjm of at at the Lion and Lamb John at at Guildhall March Thomas of it at the Angel James of at at of at at Robert kite of blcach of raanufactu lato the City of uicr of John and Simou Bloomfield of Zast India lay of Great George Bur of J TheupKiliis oi I wltlcale ijro1 aivi of Glas Cliarlirs VVjIliam Cooke nf Tho of Knareshui William and and John of Daniel id of hew and Samuel of watch otuur puiyoss s 1eii eu5iuns vitb uurj aud ii luting presented a BilCfor more effectually pre venting Forgery nti the Bank of Read a tirit and ordered fjitht second reading OB Friday WHARTOX from the Corumittee of Sup Tbo Rcjulntious wtie agreed und Bills ordered i en BRITISH HOUSE OF The procerdings relative fo the Premie wore and ordered to be continued on Bills the Equity ors Relief were read n third time and The Militia Enlistment fill with hrouirli aComniittee of tinwhole and ur lertd to be reported le Report of Com mtssioiiers for inquiiy Fanen presented Papers fom the East India Dock Company and several privale Petitions were read after which the House adjoirued tomorrow morn HOUSE OF brought up a Report from the Sclecf Jotrrmittee appoinled to Lsqaire imp eertain corrupt jrncticcs in the rale of Cadttsiiips aud Writershlps in the ervice of the East Joba inaesky who had been celled as a witness before he said bad been guilty of gross prerarica iou in his The Report liaTinp been received ud BanUcs moved that tbe said John Armisley Jiee be committed to the custody of Serjeant at for his said from the Commissioners of Inquiry in brought up tlicir Kghth to be Secretary India brought up the Armnal Accounts pf the said Com to ou POLE that lie ou mnvc for leave to Silfto cna jje thewidowsof Sea Marine Officers to receive Tije at WAR brought op an number of Yeomanry Cavalry now semng in to licou the table and be A fiom the declaredtheir Lordships concurrence the Mult the Ten Million aud the and a Half Exchequer Bills OHARA postponed the the for the reading of the Irish Constables to the first Tuesday after the TLt Irish Militia Bill was read a third aud ordered to the THE DUKE OF HosKrssoN that Mary Ann ke be oiJered to atteud the Committee of to inquire into the oi the Duke of aud bring with t dated u which the the teparatiOL between her and Hukiisoij for atteudanet uf Mary Ann Taylor ou the at the same timfi Sir THOMAS TCPTON that the Duke oi Yorks do aiso at teutl the said Coinniiaee and bring with hull ail papers relating to the inquiries made by him as to the coiiduct of The CHANCELLOR of the EXLHKQLTR ob jected to the Motion of the Honourable on the ground that it would not be for tlie ge neral interests o or fair to the Illustrious in wiose buhjcct lo Limit beiore Com mittee aiiV perton to Koyai riiUbt neeesaanlv reveal tion should lie the and tluretoie the Kiilii Lmou of opinion t ut it wouti with was riuc 10 the Duke of to persist in huviug before the Sir THOMA TLHTON having that his olyectiu cuiliiig Lowton was not the purpose of examininghim as to private or confidential communication between him and the Duke of but that he hud intended to call him with a to ascertain more precisely the amount of money advanced by his Royal nighnehs to Claire different which hiii Royal Highness had himself kept any accouut he consented to the Ttlo tjoii on the suggestion of PurcevaL Sir JAMES HALL movgd that Clarke be required to produceall letters in her addressed to ner by the Duke of which related to the present Inquiry into the conduct of his Royal PEECEVAL thought it was not impossible that Clarke could determine what poistisiion had oy hacl not any njfersnce to the Inquiry before the Hovise Anci to briiiif all the letters she had received from his Royal beiore the would ouly he loading the progress of the The task cf se lecting which of the were relevant to the subject ia he thought coaid de volve upon ay person properly for the purple as the Gentleman who brought fonvaixi those But he really it could be only a waste of could serve no good purpose whatever to bring forward such letters under such circumstances of difficulty incomiug at those which were imme diately apposite for the inspection of the Com Sir JAMES HALL was proceeding to amend his by that all the leUws Clarke had of the Duke of in her pcwsest should be in order to their bftin referred to a Select Committee to esajning which were it to be laid ou the table but ia was received with such little bv the that the Gentleman withdrew hs gave that he on Thursday move foV the House going into a Committee to consider of the present state of the cultivation of Flax and Hemp ia PONSOSBY fixed the notice which he gave ou former to submit to the consideration of the House a Motion with respect to the conduct of Spanish for Friday wished to from the ATobis Lord opposite in what the accounts wsne which hi moved tor nights with ruspect to the losses siistaiaed Spain by the in during tht late e A pressed iiis regret tit being to give the NcbleLor the infoi1 mation sought riot having yet received any icturn whatever on the subject he assured bin that the moment they were put into hi3 he should lay them before the in of the press of otiier business now before the expressed his willingness to postpone Ins Motion on the American Question until Monday sen After some conversation between Huskis and this arnuitrement was agreed and ihe American Question stands over accordingly to Monday coNiEtfrrox OF LO ED HENRY PETTY rose to make his long prorftSstd Motion relative to the the Campsiiifn in hivrfself nearly to the followino ef fect in forward the I feel myself principally actuated by two the one a to retrieve the re putation of the Country in the eyes of foreign theother an respectingthe fu ture application cf our military The tnomentous e veuts of the last conipaign are in the ;