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Day (Newspaper) - June 29, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVEftF SIX SALES KV CONTRACT Payments fall requested to take Notice ow the in an now rcauj at 1 Kid wltb 1 in Ire tbe and on the CCS ac Pon Terms corre 11 made by thisOffice for Poli of Three Hundred Pounds and Jay at tbeseteral Engine 1909 r ti rebv given to Persons assured v tbat pi iatedRe V al t iliis where altriidauce itgiven in tliciiHiniiufftiUlRw iBthe i und clber Go in niVe Forming and allPi are dc Ilinr conso ui value uf aa3 s imifcy for such i il f k the mi far for payment I v I U Court STKPrTEN LEE new elegaut II to piirfy and Sti NeofS v Befsr W suited for tbe f wiAerery re quisite excellent orbameated wfto fnlhgrowu ever and all curoptotg roundcd with of fifty acres of rich meadow only seven frota Towmv viewed by wbicBV with may he had of Estate tbfc Bbrdewof Capital and Capital freeljohl Estate eouiprUme a domestic excellent garden EeatcJfina uripoiumtmly ncbmeado wrf diversified by fullgrowl Jtinjbw witb a jond sundry incteiures uf nchmcadow and ing a reiy eligible auil fleiiwlile pro perry fora Gentleman ueaulifully situaled en of coin of Hie JMLlTCtt Letters from the French at bin ofc state that they wenaat that timestjii Majesty ab mljwaiced tfaw Couveut fifthhiKd id1 011the Consisting of lias tukun post other sidtt thoTivefijin a The Duke of from entered of Wrtemle is now at Prugen may ed to the vfesgaie time to bekt Iflrge walrrd gBrdehf orc fof TTTOPRirWAWPltil IVHWM tm and arrivesBt i i lUiiituaHy inten i ihli Lari Sprint to V lu tbaS i k biiii In for tinsaleof a IB lj M Km inilais iutt ir OF r is a anil 13 nut CKnncrtitl witb the liy at tbe UaU Mir all I he ami entered on i litvnsive inar fiwtbj J aOli i ihc f situttuibUtc baoJIB n j it cuutains every recmisite n fhc tBe Vflfaisf U t To be vicwidwilli by applying and prote their I otJIfc l JU Decree JL be eitier together or Sfeparafr with or without j 1hi they vrill be peremptoril i r on the River near tbe desirable for range being iu a most njvantageons dry SJH u lobr tOe fie rttLL COTTTJ u opnositc hajidsoine entrancr and a Usht dremmgcloiet to each ami pateut iut buuscs r large ajid aj iiud abundantly mpplied good wett IJmd Piionms may be M acquaint ii that Tlekete sMvMjjjt j J on T in i to inojuate to be drawn CABfrAL of I a of IA of SOMOl hf of J 4 of I V U tJw Jbyi Upper Hftbhp 1 v4t joIlM Pf u iccrtirih THfi wll Huuxe qf to be uJrvd Thonsind H Pablic FmatErfal the on wqom the assault in this case was n at present notice of tljis fact given to tHerDtike of ii was Jbrther totay that the Swsdisb officer paired through tins r where it ire is the odfeiVoiT A Biail ftom oxaiiy baa been received this fbreuoSii the fetters JPNE merchantmen arrivedat only T Pfcej eoreflsrtion wtH take phice OQ isirhifte f VyOl ia diately to proceed Guljih of tor received trpai wdP as captains of ships ariiye respjtefl to by the C have viii i as are found out to iiave fijj ace ta as wliicli puiiisliiiieiit amounts to little tlian death he riarae severity isHobeeifermAi we The affidavit beipg that this found by a Grand Jury of the county ou the llth of April charging the Duke Gordon with au assault ou the person of Sarah or with intent commit which indictment the de endimtbad removed uito this That she in could not appear in urt without danger to her Attorney 8 atkiudjctineut charging the Dake of Gordon art upon tliisi woman whose nuuie ids been stated to your He is rged with assaulting witfi aii intent to commit a rape is ex desirous that this case should be brought 6 a without delay Re feels the postponing of it as the greatest misfortune that can happen o I by only the anxiety whichmust rest on his mind bydeluying it arid bat anxiety must appear very nutunilto your of his above of is charged wjth an oHence therefoVe that if shouldsee it put tlimtrml otf for lity of peeing whether the course of the present 16 that to udnut medical to this in the pre the Ynedlctil atteiuls her at Uiriit time Ker aTatioie and of necessity ofrhis applyiug wanjof the neighbeur ing for of their skill in that brnoch of their the interference uf at the fair of tiijs tl e plaintiff was rescued from the dutches of his as and from Heavy damages were called for by the Learned compensation for the cruel iujiiry his On the part of the spetdy recoverj of the plaintiff was unyed as an argujueHi against exorbitant Forjt ere a week had tics to their the of his olfactory organ so completely amended4 that he was able to resume his oftjcraKluties on succeeding public meet any to himself or advantttije W the wiseconueils of the after a few fouud a verdict tUe damages WCLLBAMK YOBKChi This was upon the warranty of two purchased by plaintiff from preyioifi preparationsj this woupj be the presenting any nature ft was the vetjthing ilittf occiifred ttriay Learned Friends ai tbr we were appre of propbseclr hopes that we inight falliuto ajtnipby personafter a prepa feelings pf the per son charged tffat requires1 die case thaj Whliout danger to her apr tor tliaa Pot on acquittqiron leMKetrial of thju intlicfcaeni bo until tbe at u Ttiesday let fte defendants botioitoiv aftd of course observing all decorum yx at but tt the We Omit them for wuut of Sj nferbRfe JAMES was an action for ao assail and fexcited a good deaf 6f mirth iu the The plai nti ff ri mBprtfiqt se u vaiipus benefit and Dfirtjoii larly to the society called The Sifters iit Af theGectfgeaftit to of whichj is On the of May fain had oiiOOf their monthly meetings af the where theplaiatWearfie to of as wswatiw of IMS Tbe who occasionally acted as treasuTeTtbrttfe having paid j oXt of a private The landlord took torbudgej frpm the Mri Secretary defending the b 8OiUC It appeared that tbe who is a surgeon and accouehftuyrn bad bought cf tbe who is a professed two fot wjiich he had which be Iti the course utu it wjis disco vered by tlietbuulnesVof one oftlfc Jiors that he was troubled jvijtp disorder in one of his feet Some sur sent for by the plaintiff to examine and bis opinion of the disorilcr cpiifirined bythat of thus proved to be wuesent back again to the defen dant refused return the afcd sent them home again to the On of tbe aud nil of the Vttpri were called and for the that the horses were perfect every not only at the time on the 18ih off days aftSr purchase was that at this day ttfty were equally sound as on the Ifr how by that an hour Vins caHed a he had matter from the frog of of headtnitteriwas symp did not at ali impair soundness of tlic whose knowledge of Attmrtjttd tW evidence iwifb returned The Sessions before Sir Sftuow Sir ALLJLS aud understand to be a man of cqnsidei abje capitally iu committed ah unnatural yiie cjtcuoajstatitea thin are already be fore tlie prisotier having umierguue sevefal examinations Lcfore the Magistrates of by who saw the tbe act with a The capital pajt of the otfeuce was how sabsttrntiated the prisoner was coiise but dx taint d in ordectobe r the Jfories us indieted for stealing a horsp 011 the night of the IQth of JtmejtVoiti vicinity theproperty the towuof Kjtyir who gtiards premises of that on tht iit while on be bearrj a kiiockiug 4t tle and wetxt to ascertam tlve when he found the gate of the field broken and shortly prisoner leading borse OJUt with a bridljs anid Halter Suspecting ihuthe had the he asked hhn wnert he had got to whioh lit that tbeliotse and that had lost his not helifeviDg andmeeting with two house of Mh on being the Dut in that he had njetihe1 tpjateaViti fbHy was Thomas Bone was convictetf of and op Kidjanf pfthe Said iwated in theTndictmerit were eaeiwivfi tbfe pnooaet whea fie man Damed Archer came and swore that tie shj the prisoner pickup abrmdlfe evidence was of tfife prisoners guilt were of steaUpg two two and ether tbe pro peely from her tor a horii value property of his framWIHMtn a of the Ut drom mer ftncl the saine foprfl with and stole fionifMUD whicnneT afterwards pf divers ;