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Day (Newspaper) - July 1, 1809, London, Middlesex JIVKUV MORNIIVG AT SIX OCLOCK A it I MM I SERMONS will GERMAN in English School attached to lie Morniuff by tbc i fu CongrrfOlinn null t irrman 5ongrrjfatiou iu the will lc suugby tbc CUl ui tlir at Ten in tli Ninety Children receive a that both in the German arithmetic anil tb eiiiirely or for a moal is supported b ami Subscriptions CAPITAL Mansion cod A capital EKTEEHOLD MANSION of about fioo well within n distance of 35 with or without other Estates uearl particulars apply to Neeldand t iul l Am k Lt Iff SjTing iardens the of v it librrty on tlit 3i li t fur the sale of a lurft picrur Ij K that will be a particulars tmMjireus above and elegant to carry onli aud Neuts awrTh and arrives a IIIIIK tually in and a YOUNG i n UNDER or wlio lias in that capacity np K fan hare an undeniable ludirecta postpaid will au M eocid at tlic Utiiiii Uariiig a Son or Ward calcu iiie mil lind tiie Situation desirable t wiy the tbat L01TERY and Therfe are iu wtt to bi drawn in One CAPITAL of i 8 qf i o 12 of I Schemes at Iwge solicits thfc b to the ocieme of vish for a IG cjrjy in their applic there are but au will be drawn itcRHUng in great M had at eitherOf feuJM CITY 1 BISH tliiuks it u duty he owes Uie innn whom he has received so out lir iidsim why ho wlUWhole Tidult Mid1 Dot ii in City any person 1 a Yruz in the City Ixitteryf durtioUtf of I u Ut hi the Five Tiudeija V ttut the House let YiUiusbcvdiat ittnay to him but that not s nor docs the Act which empowers tie the Tickite mention the Tbowi r wliOitU Shares of ths City cannot j iiai holder of the Share Prize ahaJJ i held ou in Uie Scheme as the Tabu of t or riut Jje Share of the House shall be r trie whatever is fixed for the Drawing of the Shares either stamped by GoVerb BV OF hv way of Capital f REEHOLD apW rr of Plckett aod original cost oj and could not now be iaciT BY and tSfiPttb nn Sals aviritty to ihi btrcCcial Chances of Twentyfive GTani is of wluch may he had tha o3 Sr Cornhai and Mar PRESEST Ticket I Eighth II iasaeemli wJl certiUily advance in shCut of in CAFITAL TMW Last GRAND con U crjwt in Guildhall ip Foul touery contains frf Committeeof the Htnue ofi pwardjof know fte present imntored new Snrve rv seUing by late Partner vnASir to near PRESENT 8L I Eighth 2L I Sixteenth ly advatyp a targe may be A Very valuable FREEHOtO ESTA consisliop of sereral FrethoW tti most desirable aud rttptctabie the vitTmtroi producing a rental of per together with a consMcrable neVertloBiW IBC anU ton large freehold proper to A MDnMtec Biu3 tip aod conmodioiui to4 TiAett to may be had of CQTTAG1E eWgant COTTAGE of anJ lattol embtAdng crery domertie cooyenieuce and principal awl whUibcmo be required a rptreat wiitinf proxumty o the aud the yf The b at extremity of dapiiam fitted WUh idte moa the aud stated op two of vUn3 laid out with ip shmkoerj aud may be had of 73 with New Gardeoi and witbin 13 uiikt of Family Heai and Sit far jhe with all requisite and excelleot fullr au4 pbipteiJsfithimmertna choicefroitt adjacent to jutpate vrUhib 13 mUes rket and cummand iog mot delightful uv tbe neigbbourtiood of byTicketa Pailieulara ant frtm and on MYER andfOrttcGvant and of AN falling dne at MiOgummer should be renew that 3 arc rnadff accortJHJg to the plan vhich III rbe on the tVemhims of all Fire adrastage is On irfcj Insurance JttJd evtty facility Js aflbnJeVby f taterert ahd3smvoueuccof tfre public mar bu HlPPS for the Westend of Lon n V oathe Westside of tp IP dred r T j If iltujie nln pf riclj Arable and Meadow i enitajniiig one cqittenkatly and ia tht fiwpv fcwr thirty frotp Scnibe Serai oat in racfa Profits an of apt M tfce teuswe AswiMioo the en ts oftbe Tboe lelcciiai nent a Ute tuc at the IMe charge is mSile out Ocdoctioayr THE i that t pverseenQf tbf at cvatncifortbe warrant against me They have Cotiaitb and you stall Sliew nje your warrant if rntut go t do not know whst I have done if J njust be kiiid enough to let this getUrenmn mean ing the witieas cull a would they he should uot have H coach and tbey dragged him to the while a mob followed This was about twelve on the 6th of Underwent a long and sharp crossexa tninatioii by Gorroio wlicn he said that he an succeeding the servant of Neale at Annuity Bank at had been a tradesman 16 years in Miss Davis be tieVer tairat KntghtaSrtdga bnt once he should take her be about four or rive and He could opt aay astoher beauty seemed to cate Neale constantly lived with Mttf Jfealeat his hfcdid not know thing about Davis having kept her nor did hi know of be ttig ill used at ail by Heard ber ruviogs frequently it was He did not know that she in apartment that were not tit for her he uevet m Neale desired him once oj twitiV to on a medical man in to oome to Miss to give things to relieve He did not know that was locked without any body in the Louse with He did not hear Neale say to tte Polire That he wonld not go for damned Justice of the He knew for two three but not know haw Neale became didhe eVer hear of complaint mwle bj bex against tteu her rooms were not ewer hear there wasany rinproper inttmsor and entervd the ant the This geiitleman went aftrrwarrls to the where he IWak and Miss KnHe put the qupiiion to er lie fore the whctJier he had bhe said The asked Nealfc how he came to USB the lady so and he made tlie best story he Ijut appeared rather angry and U or what or something of titrt Crossexamined by Tis gen tleman said that the noise frOiu the slirieka of this uirfortunate lady extremely inconvenitnt tcj and had beeu often repeated tcr a fortnight before parties went to Mail borougbHtrfet tiorry he was to that the muse aud sowuBUtg were like that of a In pqina of God deliver ine me tren these tptatropted bj shrieks still Aud us to the appearance of this poar he should ever see sach itself could not exhibit a f He had seeu her in Be was not certain it was she ttet ctoaetOths daurtf her cisanot vxtxpt far fte nJirefa disease had tween Miss Davis He yjuderi that defartsj bt had to her for but knew Mr TO an4 be either the w erecting a migp of MfaftOfy or roptoy J H O dutaace of theEaxt aud A apply LuneLmve DELIGHTFUL COUNTItY within fonr milts West of Xorth of To be LCTr far in a retired removed from the Eurrouodod by a lit1 tlu tion of the A bandscmc fnrnishcri witb stabling tut bur and nunierotis suitable a family of UiC bvitsccoaroiitfi an oaellcnt diuiug aiul nine a tjoje a of int of tpa JLiccet of theHigh Court of hejcarriage or servants in She not dioe with JJeale but her din ner was cut off foe pleuty of sjs she had ntrrer complaiued for want of aoy tKjog that bfe knew Auu Osbom bad been some time servant tp his house Lower GpldensquarCj where Neale some times slept bat his ramify lived at witness lived witb bini before made in not hmdaiiy it was she who used to come to ifce door of Neale m her chariot she tettaiul harf a charhjt He bid no doubt that the JMkeofcV ought to have been applied to in befculf of this who was once a blooaaiog besqtijW but at the time he alluded tfe njost miserable me creature he The reeogjiizance of bailj which Neale en tered wtobtfbre to prove that he rmd to krfe toMKJfeBilet that he bad fer iJte in SouthvVufes iortfie potfOTt Migs aufapwna her 8 with out efkA had seen uiiele near hehsd lei bim where PRICE against Ken j oa or JUefiuw tbc qotb day of July tocpme ia be fore JOHN Masters of the saiu at 4Ms kiodrilarirfrraity to tit said lloBKRX w tbeir rcpresrnteriou to are cmoedead in be pcivmptorily excluded the fcenelit of the nid LAW COURT OP Kiycis Jvnv I1TT1NCU BEFOBE LORD IN VrBTlflSWKE AW EXTRAORDINARY VCOX bXuted tbia to be au action for false impriiotiineut Nathaniel and it not be supposed by body ne baid KiteuUoii of statiiig tbiug rooni aud and with tbu advantage of pasturape for a cow aud tfrcqnireil b viewed by from twelve which with furihrt may be of 33 be and eutcred ujron citlier imtpMUatrV or at Michaehnas any of from OHO twenty desirably situated aiid foe a Vvtoxy Cirosnd y thtre U prtscnt opon it a cupndnabi opautity of 900 A ctunidrrable nAy be secured frotn the rapidly of teiugno otUer tunsctyhi HM t Here intocb M andeMakbte i of Uiis gentlemans general character he bebeved him to be us respectable a Magistrate as any in tots uiotropolia had the hafobuf bwug ac quamted he kuew him be a perfectly respectable individual as well as an Magistrate in bis general and there was this action to bis eiui speaking but he was civilly rei spoiiiible for the act which he had and tot which he was called upon to answer on the pre sent Toe charge against tfeat le bad imprisoned that withoat issuing a warrant to apprehend or Utketbe iaibmatipiv of thawitawises iu his andi to give bun which pracrjco was against attorney proved serviie of a notice oa such as the Actof ParJianieut 4yjFSf Hft BiTJag thf jame thereuwljicji she supposed eight or nine months before business at She gave a Ion account of the couduct of Miss auidMis Davis was addicted todnnfeing diat drank spirits very much rave aftet she became ahhodgb Bat so much she givenito wouldsend cJolhcs menty fe obligedo with for1 she threatened kiioyk her au the ivhen she Neale her not tb let Miss drink spirits bat that was of no she wonld have1 for yhe was cuuqli than the Davis was under no restraint whatever but might go out wnen she seldom did go somebmei site woold go oat buy a boiiuetoc a or something of that She then gave an account of the manuer in whichr Mn Nfek Was treated before the Ma she bernk there bat not examined upon The said f Miss Dayis if shXilmd any thing tO say against Neale ftr his 6a3 oran had had the if I had any thine to aJledaeT him For his conduct JHfiss Darirf ftrff ng rfri tiine I was in the I saidji NJ other person asked it the opposite warf therja bpt not asked a qnesrioni to ray The that tion about the conduct ef und the Magistrate then to Nede something wrmih she dtd not tteur but he in bis pre then committed quires tblu given to Magistrates i before actions shall be brought atraJustthjeatfafajiy thiuir they mr J taeir office as AdamyGnsp of the of Mariboroughstceet opming totkti bouse of at the saying they bad instruc that there wat in ihe house in which belonging to and he staid He was uot taken out of tbe hojuaej heo t T euie jrrto Ji j Mr tet Streog speech against S by way oT a humane and chari table benevolent assistant of the distressed J ob served Uiat Davis was B young beautiful nod blooming in an come the gripe of Neale and thai she came StliMto him in her own chariot afterwards came dwell in his moueyfeiiuinir at Lewtr where Neale dealt out his benevolence to his fel in affliction where this creature was literally starved al deaxh aud wheie she became i locked in bf bernelfiu this with out other ibod than two crusts of watef to and ab It was in this state of horror that she as Mivtfunt had proved and on die night in the Polite officers broke intothe house ondet the authority of a gentleman whom he praised but who wbuTd have deserved to sufier if he had not interposed his Here Lord EILENBOKOCGH that it would be a libel upoa human to suppose that a Jury could be collected frooj human who would give any damages more than nominal a pUiutiff as if the Magistrate without taking a regular information Jon and issuing a warrant to apprc hendthis plaintiff for this atrocrons mrstfinduct this nrrtmppy youug But if the Magistrate had HO theact coald not be ffefended rn point of Garrow said he had a complete justifica tion in as well as he had in maratifyT for he had takeu regular information had issued a warrant whteb warraut was duly and Neale bad been heard before he was committed and caUtai upon to give He then called and another wit who proved that Miss Daviseaine at inbeccbanotlothehonseof Neale that was about eighteen mouths before the street Police affair for thelast six months of which shehadbeen in the boose of the matron of theSaint Jamess Droved that Miss Davis came under her care4 when she appeared the most miserable in point of ever be ere some out tobe gcofirito wbojn she bad bjien aad bwd left more thauonee or tnice in tbewajtchihouK by TSTeole two or f and must deplorably emaciated in body 4t first she could hardly be prevailed on to take any thing but did at laat and she was there welt treated as any lady in the land could although not with all the ceremony of high She appeared to be apprehensive of times she and cume bact ia thfi becinse Iccted Tup means gettiua out he sat t pj JNejolej tifffffif tiJttpg iV unt wards she became totally btiad was however better in body but her mind appeared to be entirely tTpon discovery of lier soe was taken dwifn to and ac iCPmpanied by this witness and oifeers they were met her and she was delivered to tBeita at Narbeth In Pembmkeshi jGregoty and two of the Malborongh stteet Police ofiicera then gave full account of tfieir bursting open the door of Neales bouse in tower Johnstreeti in consequence of the cry of JHIutder Murder 5 When they they found this naked and not from but lost ranch flic tbejr covered her wifh on 0cfcckin romauy to Cth ut r SOO 100 so IS upper orjo the die tiateeof Petheril instated before Miss fantTWthhtm rv of 5 ooo NnraVw J to I t ry lw there MP tickets of eieli be i entitled this fi Bfr wha di desire ISfeale to o be of itchen ;