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Day (Newspaper) - February 25, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING At SIX PRICE If1 i V RS PHILANTHROPIC and WEEKLY FA will be published on Friday arising I rum this Paper are to be i ofDistressed Teachtrs in in advance of must be tiee of to All to promote so bcnc in requested to withJuf i IHLS HS complete sets of so valuable v fur no more papers will be printed fjr tlie be liad nl Pauls Booksellers and of the ofthe Committee of liiilN Deputy be free of to all Orders from parents for rut to tlieir children at boarding attended iCAL of high re i of established practice in who cannot five the most satisfac professional and uncxccp may lie made to vt where from Principals be also iuni will of course be of Kin of SUSANNAH UTly of in the Pnrisli in the County of intlic Parish of Jamess Clcrk will ap they will hear of something to A1 Kit Claims or Demands of formerly of Hols ol in the County of rc i to scud in tbrir Accounts of w tii Jtnuings and in order that such and iliscliargcd anil lo the thr said THOMAS icu to respective Debte to tht Jennings and Collicpj the GKOUNB uTcijy tluit the Trustees to this Pa u of tbe said Parlib iu of Miirb at 1 oclock iu the i AV appoint a SKXTON for the said if and otlicr may be id jii or No flic in references as to the ji MI arc to SI t orvIMlSSICXNjERS for I JL ic il at the in If the l6th day Marcb oclock I tit to receive aud to contract for I n s tUc time of all such ofthe footways and Ken I iu the said part of the said ilie shall or may of not less than ij inches properly and lad ill a strait at per n nut less than 7 inches at tjvd at per ks than inches and laid in a sufh v at Purbeck tlian 5 inches to be laid in a snf ij of at per must provide all all n uiuterials and labour i the where necessary for per and clear away all the loose and su aud other ln siuiiin repair for one and must give iliiu of srjhd up must be left at the Clerks before 3 oclock RHODES and Clerks to the and P BiSH solicits the Attention of the Public A t tlie of the ensuing cou J naiiiiitr ot Prizes as the j AUitioual Bonus given by the the fortunate hoWors ofa single Ticket tj and Incalculable Jrain on the wiH b JuJ aborc the Prize to nnd the hoUlerof the Fiistdrawii Prite above thj Sjfoud will also over and above JUi WHOLE Tickets are J dtpositcJ for sjcurityin the Bank of Eng oilbo TiukctssogiveD are in n which may be had gratis at the Tickets and Shares are selling iu jiiiiy and as therearc but Tickets fox l1lkr the purchasethe ilSH ben selling a prodigintw r o Prizes and it is extraordiaury that he is tbe Ujjt the two laKt of Uholc Tickets tver all ia y and there were 500 more tickets for sic t lottiry than every ticket was ai prict was per 01 GRAND of ONE THOUSAND TICKETS Ae First Aul to 7iJl to to to to FREE GIFT of FIVE HUNDRED WHOLE i to the rirst draxvn abrve the Second as follow j to tO to 17100 Tickets jnny geinthc whole ofthe ftll CAPITAL PRIZES 500 BtemB APRIL of tbe above Gifts of there are only for aaa Siairei the OffieesV 5 01 SALES BY PRIVATE G A new substantialbuilt LEASEHOLD POBLIC with immediate By EDWARD IMBERaud Valuable 70 years bT which are at no The Premises are pleasant andintcrestinsriy situate for front of one of the principal thoroughfares the vicinity of the metro complete and well appropriate for the which averages at 10 buts of porter per and in The pur chase for this valuable property will require about of whictjM person of good character may be ac commodated applying to the Auctioneers and Ap FOKEST WEST f I of a substantial JL nient with large and of Stabling for two Chaise House end other pleasantly sitaatiias and held at a low Apply to Od near the Royal VILLA and LAND on rtie WESTEltN By 4 COMMODIOUS with suites of XJL domestic coachhouse and stabling for four and about seven acres of rich nieadow divided into by handsome and environed by gravel and screened by a luxuriant shYunbery an excellent walled and wellplaced The wholcin high and competent to a respectable fa The situation is and within five miles of the May be viewed by tickets only with printed may be by applying to Harry New PUBLICHOUSE to be DISPOSED By THOMAS and A Substantial BRICKBUILT PUBLIC HOUSED situated in a great thoroughfare near the at more made by Lodgers coming in about Further apply before II in the TO be disposed a Complete FA1VIILY in substantial with ac commodation for a of yhfeb early posses sion will be and now in the occupafiou qrthe Right Lord EUenborongh tbe of a commodious ihp upper part contains elegant irith mcrous and commodious bedrooms thebasement is replete with every accommodation for with washhouse and a large paved with conve nient at the back of which is fourstall double The above prvinises are well calculated for a professional as there is a separate entrance out of Hartstreet to the offices and back part of tlier For Particulars and Tickets to rietr the two oclock till to Wigg and near the Gruy6iim TO FURNISHING CABINET EMINENT COACH or any refjinring bleuded with the Convenience of ail excellent in front aad Situation truly rwp M OST Eliible PRg suitable for any of the above tradts com prising a commodious Dwelling in a fashionable at the WestEnd of the Town held for a terra of about 40 at the very loir ground rent of only per The House is and con sists of two best bedroomn and closets on thesecond floor two drawingrooms witU Freuch windows to a on the 6rst floor on lialf a and patent oatheground an entrance with handsome hro separate doors leading to spacious and large Exhibition or with Warerooms and two separate staircases other and communicating with an excellent stable and private Entrance ar the The Household Furniture and Fixtores may be takes at and immediate ppsscssion To fliose who want room and convenience for carrying on an extensive the above ia worthy of atten as nacljf Premises are seldom to be met A part the money may remain on Mortgage for a given To be viewed Particulars had by applying to rpp be for One completely fur JL a iKat sraill two roomed the proper ty of the The rent is not so much the object as to get who will take care of the Fortickits and particulars to Wei wlio powcrto Twelve Miles from near TO be LET on spacious FAMILY HOUSE with excellent walltd garden of about two jrith abundance of fruit trecsOf the choicest descrip with a greenhouse and nl The House comprises a ntnt a good sized dining a with viewover a beau tiful lawii iMst six Eeryants ditto the whole in and fit for immediate Tbe Fnrnilurej which is neat and suited to the may be To hejct for or For inqhire of BATES respectfully informs the No bility eud his Catalogue may be haii at his couraiuing U on tea of every description in town Bail from the cottage to the furnished and to be let or sold to that those who Iranians those who wjsli to dispose The great variety registered in bis books renders any comment the cata logue itself being sufficient proof of its Those who read it willal one view Bee tbetr whether to as also tUeir Bates attends personally to any distance from at the rate of two shilling to consult and advice in Htotty Agf with AUCTION Great Spring MESSRS and AB respectfullyinform their the and Public in the rooms fitted up thcifiost elegauf style posal of and property of every ou terms WghiyaiU raritageoas to venders tlic locality of the uitna with thpexteocivc connections of the they flatter wlfl alwnyi insure purchaserSj they bopo for tlit patronage oft lie AUacconuts trill bcrcady for A scale of canimissioo maybe seen at the foniihireand valuerlititcnrn or andtfioacy advanced property intended 6r immediate i LITEllAR Y This Day is T1HE Second Part oT the Fourteenth Volume of REPORTS of CASES in the HIGH COURT of By Of BarriUer Printed for Tem plebar and Fleming and Upper Onnond Quayj NOUVEAtX de Mesdaipes de CHAH Just by of the Pnblic CundoiUstVtet aiid sold by burgh and Wogan and TDTONOiUNE par Ma JBTA dame de Anteuides Lettres Ecrites de 3 ATALAet par de La PUINCESSE de WOL par 1Auteur de Caroline de Auteur de Claire priced6 4 AMELIE pat a in KINGS CATALOGUE This Day is at Yift Hills uDiqncr origi nal PilgrunfeSj Head BbydeJIs Meri3ftVJnett9nCabJeauxde Iu Revolu tion Lnxembnirgh Penaants 30 Groses Codes BniHards Plants Wtofidges Etl wardas Missals 97 Works of Bacon Monthly U ui versal Critical NatWS maiiy iu superb Russia aud Morocco BintUQJs they ore now selling and Catalogues may Jieihad at Colburus Blacklocks Royal and as value ffivcn for or Books Thb Day is price with a full allowance to AN EASY GRAMMAR of THE LAWS AND CONSTITUTIONOF accom panied by Questions and Cases and by a Glossary of Terms ftc This contains just as luuch Of the principles and ppacticcnf and ConstUutiotruf England as ought to beTtnoirtl to every member1 if soticty and ithout a no person cW be considered as qua with crerfit sndsjuviiitage tue passive or active duties of It wraptled on a calculated for the use of ntni taught to all boys above 12 ytars of as s uraiffih of their ordinary ciln any previous study thepart of the Being a correct syiioiwiB of and it ia Well tdqptcd to iiiitiete yoiTbg designed for the audartietod funds metital principles of EugHsh Printed foj Ricjiaril London arrd to lie Dad of all OfVrhom may Tiad tbe follcrtringsuperior Elemen tary Books adapted to the practifal use of all Schools GoldsniitVsSraniiHai of 2 6 BlairsXirammar Of Robinsons Grammar of Blairs Grammar of Philosophy Elements of ShofV Hand Crockers Elements of Land Joyces Eractlcal A of Rohmsons Eliments s Elements of Ancient History Circle of the Iirings Elcmtnts of Euglish Cmpoaitiuu Gregorys Letters ou litei 2 VDS s on 14 o 6 i o 3 o 7 6 76 3 G 60 6 o 5 o 76 ITALIAN A LADY of great who has had the hononr of ujany of the first Fauii and to whom would behap py to give Lessons to any Lady or who may be de sirous of studying that languageShe would undertake to or should they receiviug tion fioin her at her own the terms will be more She would have no objection to attend at respectable addressed to briehjjKtflIy PATENT TRAVELLING ery useful is and particularly well adapted or Officers in the Army and and Travellers in wlio are obliged to wear either a WelchWig or from their nubandsome or awkward persons are under the necessity of throwing off wlien alightnix from the The Travellers rccomclcuded to the attention of the possesses every comfort of the with the appearance of a curled head from its pccrjiar hits tiie without any of springs anicannqt be put out The Huir Caps are cqnillyconveuifnt fottike They may be had ROKINSON to their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Duke of and to the Theatre One Guinea Considerable allowance made to All and will find ad vanlagcfrom the use of the Hair Caps and juils un gentlemen of the who constantly attend the will derive much Txnetit from AD1ES and Gentleman wtio viear Artinciai Hair will find the RUSSIA a valuable as it gives it am readers it note mid beau It js generally tcinarhed by persons using artificial that after a Short time it becomes iry and is tljaj it is artiikiat ly the Oil it bemff as it keeps the hair and raujfers its appearance Royal and and Gcailemen of tinction and use Russia for moistening the hair when is so aponrisher to the as to prevent it grey to all periods j promotes the and makes the hair poiv thick and long prerent it falling and Restores it on bald if least roots Several Gentlemen ttat were have aftciusing the Russia Oil regularly six the bald places became nearly covered with hairpromotes and prevents them The higli reputation the Russia Oil has gained forpre nnd promoting the great demand fur bos induced lately persons copy the ad and to adverlisearticles fur the similar pur vrhicb have not thecflect it is particularly recom observe the label on the outside wrapperof each inRussian gold f aniJ siCTatureare or six guinea littles at five Sold wholesale aftd fttafl byine iy New Bondstreet Heodrie aid to Pridtess Cocksptirktrept Honfifife PajlMifll Cbeapsid Royal Salk6ory CntfwdlBatliy most princi MedifUJC Voders iu BRITISH HOUSE OF Marquis of DouotAs was wiA tht acfiistoined as Barou and took His Lordship supporters were Lords WAtsiSGHAM and AISLA Ricliards was then heard at length on the Appeal from the Irish in the case of Roche aguinst which was postponed to next Thiee private BilU from the Cororaoiu weje tben pre aented and the Irish Enlistment Militia Bill read lor t first The House then adjourned to HOUSE OF The SPEAKER acquainted the House that Robert Wil presented a Petition Albans not entered into tin usual recog nizance the Order for a Ballot for a Committee to coJi sidet of the said Petition was therefore Tbe Sheriffs of Londou preheated a Petition irom the and Common praying of Small Debt withiii the On the Motionof the Order of tbe Day for the second reading of the Irish Constable Bill was dis charged and the Member moved tbat it shoilJ be taken into consideration on tbe nth of April BLACK a Petition fiom the cot ton manufacturers of praying for a regula tion iutlie price of DAVIES GIDDY objected to the Petition beiuij re He considered it a Petition of a most dangerous and such as the House could never ent s weut to pray the House to fix a minimum of than which nothing could be more fatal to the tuiers were it adopted ami he would da in the first to throw out the tbat tlie Petitioners might not delude themselves for a moment with the idea that there was any chance of the prayer of it being acceded CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER thought it would appear harsh and contrary to the usuul course ofthe except in extreme cases whore disrespectful language was used to to throw out tlie and therefore he should wish it to lie on the He coincided in opinion with the Member who spoke if the Petition was acceded it wuuM be the ruin of great numbers of the Petitioners but as the only question at present whether tlie Petition should be received or he thought it best not to dismfes the Petitioners with any seeming disinclination lr attend to their After a few words from and the Petition was ordered to He on the On the Motion of the LOUD ADVOCMTE of the Bill fprcorrecting and amending the Law of tinffjto the oime of was read a first ordered to be read a second time on Tuesday Sir Jojlx NEWPORT moved for a Return of the incidental Expenses of the Excise aiid PostolKce in for the last Sir CHARLES POOLE inquired tbe last Report of the Commissioners of Naval luquuy be laid before the House The CHANCELLOR of the in that there were certain parts of that Report which it was deemed inexpedient to but thit when those be separated from the matter which the Ilepovt it would then be laid before the DVKE OF YORKS vytllTBREAD rosej he to call the attention of the Jlonse tb a matter deeply affecting privileges of the Houe than any lie evor remembered to have occuTecf siuce he had had the honour of a seat in He alluded to the Letter from his Royal Highness the Duke of ad dressed to tlie and which had been read from tht He must for that he was taken by surprise on the other wise he would not have suffered that communi cation to have passed over without In his opinion it directly struck at the privjlejres ofthe House of He did not blame the Royal Duke for alleging his own innoceiicej but thought it highly indecorous for any how ever high his to call in question the pro ceedings ofthe of or to insi nuate any doubt of the equity justice of their The vas most competent to judge for itself what course it would wheu tlie whole evidence ofthe casu was Ocforc it until the House had formed its own no one hail a right to He thought it woold be bet ror tlie to refer his ilojai Hitjhnesss Letter to a to inquire iiito precedents oil the The CHANCELLOR ofthe EXCHEQUER thought the Honourable Gentleman hail taken an unfair view of the far bearing the aeuae imputed by him to was perfectlyde corous nnd far as he was capable oi not attack on the privileges of the Royul Highnesss throughout the bad becirmanly and Finding himself in the first hfmsclf other Honourable Gen tietneu the House to that he wished for nothjug more anxiously fairv and rigoraus investigation into his conduct now that thecharges have been discussed and examined into at considerable he is only desirous that you should not adopt auy proceed i ngs which shail have the effect of condemning him without his having an opportunity of rebut ting thpse His Royal Highness wishes the evidence on which he is to be tried tc be by the forma established by the Laws of the In desiring bis Highness seeks for nothing more that justice which in this country ia equally dispensed the highest the and to the lowest as well as the In regard to that part of the in which his Royal High nesa alleges the consciousness of his own inno and upon the honour of a that he had participation in the abuses laid to it have that weight with tbe House which theHouse might think proper bit certainly he could perceive in it of a princely interference to influence toe judgment ofXthe He conceived f had only laid upon the table as a matter of Sa A petition or any other document would tobe referred to saw proprttf with Tegard to any further proceeding he thought th HENRY ItITV difiered in opinion from the Right Gentle and said he conKidered the question to in volve a case of such extraordinary and of extraordinary that coukl not pass it over without it was not the alle gation of innocence which he was disposed to find fault for every one with him would wish to rind the Royal Personage innocent hut he ob jected to those expressions which seemed toim ply a dictation as to the conduct which the House ought to pursueHe could notwell conceive any attack upon the privileges of that House more than an insinuation that it misjht form any opinion not consistent with come to any determination upon the evidence which had come before which was not consonant to the strictest rules of The House had an undoubted right to pursue that line of conduct which to its own judgment appeared the best cal culated to promote the ends of justice and there fore he could not but help thinking that his Ilpyal Highness hud been injudiciously advised oivii addressed the House ui theway had doue RESPECTING THE DVKS OF The CHANCELLOR of the ExtHKQiitii wished to know of an Member as the Minutes of the Evidence glVen before the Committee ofthe House could not be printed in time for delivery before and consequently that Thursday would be uo early a day for taking the subject into consiaerL whether the Gentleman would have any objection to postpone his respecting which stood for to a futuie A conversation in which Whit Lord and the Chancellor of the Exchequer took part ahd it was at length that Whitbreads Mo tion should tfaud for Monday and the sideration of tlie charges against the Duke of ovk should be resumed on the Wednesdav suc FRAVDULEXT THREADXEEDLE ThtCHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER thought it his duty to mention to the House a cir cumstance which was in some nected with the investigation lately before It would in the iecoHection of the that when the Member Wardle tirst brought his ctiarge against the Duke mentioned that there was an office in the in where pre ferments were to be obtained through the influence of the Lord Duke of he He had at that time knowledge ofthe oltice in but he did not choose then to communicate uhat he because that might have put the agents upon their On the 20th of Jauiry lift received a letter from a inclosihg ono of those advertisements respecting places under which ahesesort of airtrits Were iii the and he directed the gentleman to make inquiry into tha if he cculdobtam that kind of Icgil evidence agamst which was necessary to they might be prosecrited and The gen tleman accordingly had some interviews with agents and tlity tailing very readily into the he gave orders to the Solicitor of the Trea sury supply the gentleman with auy sum of money that might be wanted to be lodged as tt cunty at a The consequence that the transaction proceeded so far that tltc parties have rendered themselves araenable to a crimi nal and Coleman aiid Keel and a Banker iu had been indicted for the Alderman COMDE wished the Right Gentlemafflinas he had named the other to Banker otherwise a very pain ful aught go forth against tome very respectable Tle of the ExrHEOULK he was not quite sure tiiat lie recollected the name ofthe and lie did not think it to mention a name at hazard but he assure the Member that Banker was included in the HysKrssoN that Watsou WHS the name of tlif and that lie Vas a jjaaaer in the house of In answer to question from whether an Member Wurdle would be on to proceed to the discussion of the evidence brought forward agamst fhe Duke of York Lord Folkstoue that as his then in his would have been ready on the therecoufd not be riiiich doubt biit that hewould be prepared agaijiifctiie kiter day tlisit was iiow brought up the Report of tlie Couuuittee on this Bill and on the question being that tlie said Report Sir JOHN NEWPORT directed the attention of the House to the division which took place on this Bill last which it appeared the opinions of Gcntlerheii wera nearly so equal that the decision might not be Conceived ad final he slioulji although he allowed the importance rof the notice for this nighto movethat the discussion osi this sub ject be resumed SpEAKERrsuggested that the further con sideration of this Bill might be postponed to some other day which would give an opportu the discussion of the subject appointed for tfais The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER said he wfts particularly anxious that this Bill might begone as1 provisions of the oid Bill would expire on the 98th At the same time he did not wish to interrupt the course of debate andbhould be happy toiriakc any arrangement consistently with the conve nience of the Sit JOHN conforasity the proposition of that ther of tiie queetioa bepostpctfed ;