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Day (Newspaper) - June 13, 1809, London, Middlesex PRICE l n EXHIBITION in is now and will truin Nine oclock in tlie Morning until of DRAWINGS m 111 by the ASSOCIATED AR New continues open v m tbe until t a young to a or two younjt Ladies has no ob one door from Grafton THE Propefty of a able tp parry a r Monld capital Chariot or Apply to Whippy Tloirtb of o at the Kings Anua where tie Hbrse may be TD and n peccable Woman as Upper where two are iua Tarern needapply H inquiryApply West cions and most desirableMercantile ligibly and handsomely inUhed with a jf he Artillery i fibcairy two dniirable domestic held under the ity for 42 at a ground rent of i be by with further Partftiniars taay be bad if Ir M as U I It YYUHII Jdressj whbVrites a freai I il livfil at least onr year in i i iK as Salesman j with the Persons ili Jisiriplion and none others deed apply jVTwo HOUSES to one on tlie r if u beit three I ii r lii parklurSj iibl bjroouis two ftnc 1articufars of Legg and conrrihict LEASEHOLD containing eiceRent Tifith FuHntore of a select iptlWf and nearly subject to a moderate apd helJl viewtd by Mchjf withParticiilajsaiav hadof Harry t T i Hy the Worshipful Company onaLratc ypars x in Old vsr the trjty nthe occupation of Ngppcr ana Ifl at a Geowri Court of the nhirh Mill i on the 34th June at tea tV Ton Proposals tp i I IMV will up the Clerks Office every day bf hours awl prtvions to the day of let J r 1 Tlie in jrTrTM VAT E CONTHACTAND PrBUC BROWNEaiid to an iiiuiij to ilir anil the and Coutitut and Public in Pre I PublicCoucernsj I ami of rry With a to the of ilicir Browne and to any Amount on Estates deiSpicd ifpf runtint themselves with IKtle more n ilf charged by otuer Auctioneers thus nffiriuc to a cavingof 5C per let Itm lu be WITH AND and IVifht from theBuHand Hope op ad lute Lion djtloi Lou I h aud tn J and K MCodcliea PJacrs to Ryde aud TBluii vi iccountjd fui1 if lost or uulcW bn Cotiihfodiousj mid POST tTOACHESJ lc Charine every ii lull live at the QeA Jior at atGretbam 1 iluRed Uoncasterj and arrive W and Tort hy TKerc are inipii tiur stone and i Evew exert ion has been and will i tu rcuJcr tbis the best GEOROEBOtTLTOT and the following Carriages O many oibiri numerous expeditious only one night out at and North Wales Sfaii everj and Binningbain new Post cvrty iiHMniiijj at aud IKW Pust and Saturday N i 1 rJ and lisiu rvirj In nham and new and only Day even Bmini at i L Kast Isle of IjttliHampton ESTATES mid Wocilvrich pursuant to a Decree of Cbai Miailv in a Cause wherein Sir Wl CM AM li ami others arc aiiJ I and aie nnr of tliu Masters of rtiesa1d at Public Ni Vsh ami OIMoclock in Fviuusof tUc late in and it Wdolwich itt tte v cooFistiiitr Two sahsfantia ff hold Brickbuilt DwelHug Bouses and uin in the City 53 and lot on lease to for orycare Cbnstmas Bubstantial at a clear yearly rent substantial nrbMlil with and par situate on Woolwich RJr on for an unrxpired Yerroif 7 JICT A substantial IMwlHojfHouw the preceding vitb garden and let t tenant at an Tcnnueuts brbind 1 Id to On Vrhic expiresal Christ AnewWrit Brick with a trtjl let to wAvW land ealleil fbe ihitc three an3 Mr wnichcxpiws at ChrW A Piece Grbiina Kett adriptedftr fit1 aminR us infroot in of contaiuiBic 6l feef infrbnltofVVoblwicb fCon Ol teet m troni oi ooiwicu an Plot of Grofiml it tfie oc mpstionof of the prated in of kM wit f Old Broadftrtet of Sodkiw Monumrntyard and at the Barrack Tavern Wuotwkh SALES BY PRIVATE singularly elegant RESIDENCE for iiumll fimilf in Atperior itylc of aste and replete and IH the vsriiertcet rtittof slttiaffe as and niay be with priqted Parti he Harry New and capicious picture tf ibrajjfj tniitf of well arranged principal and replete wjlii crery dp mostic and witK toff tully tothe aecojnmodatibtfof a respectaCle fa and ceiilricalty cttuatc in Hanover sqnare lie rirtftd bj wlilj Terms taui Particutarsj jigy of Mr q v GOTTAGE and LAN Surrey eje recently and cjegantly comprising principal aud SCP coudafy dining and stablinffcr a productive and fully cropped icaitBysTirtiblJefy ano1 laid out witti refreshed anfj begirttod by the be tight of fisliing ten acres of rich pasture and an extensive righfrcf depasturagCj The situation is within 16 miles of London aqd iu pbrtingpaH particulars iuijt applying to New VlLLAand LAND on the WEsTEKN JK TOJKR ACOMJVlODIOUS with suites of domestic cdachliousc afiq tabling for four and about cres of rich divided into bj handsome and envlrofieii by screened by a luxuriant shrubbery and wellplaced The wtMte and competent to accommodate a The situation is and withinnve iuileso he V May riewcd by tickets only which t with grijited may be by appTym5td Harrjf M nobleaud welUarraiiirca with aAuitabto snite of iitertorl situate on the west and property of a principal floors disT apailrnents fitted in amagniocent atile and wjtkcprrect taste f jhe parlour ana chamberstories are torWspoBacuHy drreiiged rfntf perf with every laigfi family the offices afford every comfort and theVKbte ofthe New RoBERt sitpale at the of Bakerstreet j commanding a pleasing prospect over sttadaniV Higlrgate niid ttfflljll The House a Grst principal andsecrctarycliamoersjammgparlouf of large nrto a planted witlj healthy shrub and a competent range of fcdP4n8 cm cnpabiftty to enlarge fur tlie aoconnnodution of a maru an sive reparatun and now in tlie most tactful WuJchwrUi Snlt cKtbnevtfakscsi rxwrcssion 3O newly4tfilt Vial rent of per between 10 and day Price and may be New or Tor five how of of EpHing miles rtfy 11 jth 16 acres of viftdatf part add part leasehold nbtk Uhfcll groond be aid further hadfby prin on application and Pater V J BET handsome FREEHOLD FAMILY coach pkasnre padihfck of Beautifully rlchmeadjwland afid in 4b formTog delightfol aflcoamiodfltionittr a large genteet jn situatiuc perfsctly rnralslid TeUfedV 20 ram tonHSn UPoi1 of DanieH andMl CLAV 1U GrSnii Missel indented by U Great iSstrumenf a performer m tW San produce effect qf a th second 150guineas a capital Rfiuid wirt price1 35 M MrfNeedhaini Kp7 Old HAN SI fSkKEHOfcD aodprao fourstalled double carriagehouse and coftVinicnt and upwaijcU of acres of rjcH dud situate nftrie desrrabJe and sporting part of the county efHanVpsUiTe PnrtBw be known by applyipg 51iugar iricrdtri inajr PoHsuicrdtri oldesciblished JTX possession by order of the a which had by the p upwards of dcadi of the is tltrtOle ieatocTof ftls vituAMe opportnuity of Apply Auctioneers and alid pos srssion in conxequenceof the deajji of Pro4 pritftorj tbe ii HOUSEj long establisbed the situation TlOV capital majj be Premifcs ind beld on lease fpr a term of 14 at a very low Tire about half On takiiyf tn reraaiuSer agreed may bg had AWTAL and Lanfls three onfiJC acaplftal MANSION in a Park pf c greeu and hot refjui ft a family of dOltnlr bilfiardroom saloon ahdimoieiliaV pos Fortythree of mort miy may receive Ticktt on aUjd near liOndoa1 Exccutorf oroer QT tbi deceased Housej a oil Teijj of per annum a Eating House inMt London held furan unexpjrej ten year low ParticnftTrs b AAictioilWrs and JJroadstfeel MeltersJ QiJtnepj aiac3 a old esta areCail in the TalloVctand lery considerable extetft itself for in conseancnce the Proprietors re tfring frOTrt premises and ittnation highl and eVery reasonable accomnodatioa be rendered tc Drummond and i aoc any nine tilltwdyfe tfjtieamop situated in the preferable near and prosjtetfl 6er xbich built compact all rft1 comulete be Imowitof New atsUnVtion and ttt ruitc tbe sitaktioir central to the Houses of fay ife prosimity to and beritWnl ejttraordmary pile of ijibrtnuJtial NiWiWfpJ mdicibnslylbr vinitini cpnvepieucc and uriae iniSWaiSireeacliaiiBDtrf with distinct two serranta a nfie lawn id wi 4 K rr piWjdcdWd lively nandsioae leajline T Prefattes and of KoV Georges that tbie j Stralsuud and the island of where he it is already thousand placing Rngen irf the best state of J TheMelpomene was tfie Danish she beat wosTCiy andlost sevea nien 18 We have heard that the Russian fldefis either or about proceed to sfaf there are 12 sai of We are to proceed with all dispatch to meet and hope to give a gooc SccoBiit bf fextFactof a letter fronr May 20 Prussia has appeared in greater spirits thao lately on the parade The Prussian army is allowed a battalions were Stettin they con sisted of Sajions A report yaleat at tliat the Russian had been recalled from Vienna but little was attached to1 the MAT og His Royal Highness the Duke Regent has re ceived a report froui Generiil Commander in Chief of the JNofthertr anhy dated May 1809 whereby it appears tliat with a detachment of 600 men belongiug to tli regiirients of West Bothnia oi the 17th of this ruontbT attacked and surrmtndcc by a Russian corps upwards o men had crossed the ice after a vrgorbtfs corrrpelfed t sitJTender in the but that th Russianshave not any further in Consequencepfthe warmth of the wea ther ice iiifbriaaticm hat been thai on the Russian wen lying portof sail on fStockholm Gazette of May 39Ji The folldwitig is the act of abdication of the late wJiich was in tbe of the Diet of the 10th iu 7 IN THE NAME We Gastavui by the Grace o God King of thai having King tbiv to le honour of aucient larjible from the happiness of free it whereas tviw6 any longer ptestrve tranquillity anf is tingdotn we consider it as out Sacred to abdicate our foyal dignin and and lin W semirrnirrg worship of our their happiness and prosperityin tht mvrra aiui of Godyaud testimony confirmation J cprrofaorateu with onr Royat GripxhoAui the igth inthe year of tlie Nativity of our Lord and SaviourJesusilrrist u BRITISH Opin Widow Penfciaj Clerk Weii heard atth when the furtlfer hearing to The African Coffee and the third reading of iheBemibnrfieyPoorBill with many for rb rejection j when calling for ft jt was tbe long dwcuiBioo to6k injw QtfBCj order bf ofthe present The of tbe Sale of Prevention BUI at the suggestion of Lord deferred TKe Insolvency Fill went through the HOUSE OF JUlfE dbnsolidated fund Bill wasread the third time aod tilt TURTOJI alteration the Income as fair as it regarded Fo reigners aiiil pprions of sniajl lie sbouIJ early iii the Session make a nsbtfiuf od the HSaj tieotjeman dpposife Court of meant to persevere intheir declar e those writers apl or Situations by of pirecrbrs did not meatriwdepartfroTA the resolutions they had lately come bHngthelubject under tbe by a specific on Wednesday resolved Jtselfiato a Committee on the After tbe clauses werV and erdcredto beTeceived A Message from the Lords declared their Lordships concurrence with the Realm Local IrUh Glebe Vote of Irish Life Irish Irish Bog several Otherpiiblic aud private gave notice that earlym lie should call the attention of to subject of AleijicalAppointments in dispo silion of Prizumouey and to the at Ports CRUELTY TO Sir BUNBURY having mwed the second reading the Animal Cruelty stated his ppiiuoiuat length on die of adopt ing so laudable ameasure Js that now offered to tlife consTderation of dife He der feeling terms7the cruelties to which the creutioalwere exppbtd from the wau tonbarbarismof and eten private rode theif own The daily of atrocious every where tact the eyelu tiie to every humaiie mind eveo policy of such a Uutler he could hot but urge the committal of WiNfiUASl tbat however i migfyi oppoate 1 cousistehtiywith thougijt it ihiich tb introSnce5 a spurious of which would of more Husebiefs tjiau Bill prqr ppseaivi tloo and Tiidtepnecatet introducr tion which wjerecalculated promote and wanton oppressions on Iu this of he thought the present BiU would open such scenes perseciitTon as every human be ing Having stated the gieuuds of liis opposition to the Bill thus ge he should in another detail them more minutely Bill was tlien read a second and cssdered to be committed IX moved the Order of the day forthe third reading of the Seats in Parlia ment Safe Prevention and declaredHhat het shonidnot discuss the general spirit of the Sir THOMAS in a of consi rthich thisrbeasure broughf He ex to sldw and gradual latliamentary of popular prejudice when relief by uncon rharitould was toldthat 31 Members in that House were returned 50 that only otil of oi the Britain were in Legislative that Rtfonn was neces It was with firm belief that the pte curtailed even jts original prgnsions have a most the rfigresentation in that that he woiild gpe it his best jGentfetrren who of tbis grAHnded thtirobjectionsupon a ana a purer state than ever it and therefore that must beg leave to differ from their mode of rea He thought our Constitutroa bfeihg cleater of the of corruption was In every point of view conceiv ing tlie Bill Friend to be perfectly conaibtent with the wisestpotiFical he concluded by giving it most cordial JOHNSTONE explairted the Baronet what he aformer when he cpntrasted the present state of tlie Constitution it was fn fortner arid othatlie said hothirig then which he would riot re peat he was borne and supported also by the consi ifefatrbn of the present pure state of the Consti ABERCHOMBIE conceived the iufluenceof tfre Crown at the present arrived ata inost Alarming and although he highly necessary to cheek an evil so he could not support this Bill on of the alterations which it had under gone r TURTON Mn HENRY althougli he also disapproved of its should give his vote the Bill With respect to the word which seemed to be so ex tremely obnoxious to a great part of the Iw could not see so much to fear from its excltv sidii as as from the the he conceived an implied fence stiH be as liable to detection and punishment as if it came exactly within the inerining of that The SECRETARY at WAR felt confident that if the House was composed of the most andvirtuous men in it would that general satisfaction to the po feelings which seemed to be the general pbject of Gentlemen on the other Tiie peo haVe too much and popular passions too great an It became thereiforei to apply a whichwaa fully tlie Constitutionas HE diet not seetnat any inconvenience OP ilt effect could arise from the Sale of Seats in Parliament as those persons who were enabled to lay dowa so large a sum for their return to that House were certainly the persons the people would wish to represent as jf and Tfe regretted the Bill had ever toeen and conceived tynnecessaryj but it should ntve his as it had met with iuanv iudi i AttAMponld asto nishment at the sentiments that fiad fallen from the Right Gentleman who spoke It was impossible not to consider the Saleof Seats ;