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Day (Newspaper) - March 6, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT T i MARCH lpraal Court of Mayor and Alder in the Council Chamber of tbe Guild fiiv of on the 4th day of otlur Morning Newspapers of Friday containing a printed report qC art uf Kings at in a cause on the second before Lord which in The Newspaper is reported I li n c1S5 r u an ufalludinijto tBe state ofthe i hieh In stated spccJily ittvouhl become a alirc to the Public than fiat aad harms examined a at tlitip who tha he waspresent Court of M lie time of the aod that the in the The DAY was I i i That the General Police is rell 7to and malnrailr the personal securifyj aud comfort its nave goau WANTS a Place as COOK in a respectable or to live with a lingle Lady or Gentle a young Woman who understands and can have a good character from her Letters directed at will be at tended W ANTED a MANSERVANT in a regu sober to and keep in alarge wait at To prevent wagea 20 Guineas a two plain coats and a Enquire at Brood Ffcou THE alfurds tj the Sovereign and the J security for the faithful and upright dig lijcir ofiicinl is considered that nnducitd without expcnce to the millest i Tl t the choice of lit and able Housekeepers iVanlmotcs of this City to he feturucd to to be admitted and sworn to furnishes the best supply statfons in the preservation of the order of thin That ii lia ever been the anxious care and Court of Aldunncn to allord every legal ruiIlMCeOfficers in the due discharge of iu irwccutL to the utmost all those who v the trust reposed in them and paucity and trivial nature of tbe of LHHUU of the Newgate viuilaucc is exercised in the prcscrra il v cif its R ATCLI PANTED forthe above In stitutiourwhoEbagc docsnot exceed 45 Single Man or nmrricil without and character will hear the strictest Apply any before 10 with of to Broail Slarch TO be by tb of on Leasi CHARITY March will be preached in i el tin Initcd Paiishcs of Michael by the Kevercnd HESRY and Evening Lecturer of Allhal air Allfrnoon Lecturer of Ro of the CharitySchools of the Since this there l 649 of whom have uf Guineas with a Duty of on their retnm ii iiiilmtees upon leaving tbe An by the choristers of Pauls who hare kindly of r on thif The Organ by uf Augustines and i at eleven oclock Wofsliipfnl Company Lease for 14 years ftom Ladyday a large convenient situate in being Pitrticuliirs arid Conditions of Letting may be seen at the Clerks Addlestreet where Tickets mny be had forVicwing the and where persons willing to treat Sfc desired to send scaled orfor before aad of when a Committee will meet to receive the Country Residence with a Pack of in the Neighbourhood of TO consisting of a Dining and Break large four three a china fourstall with other detached and n good situation is high and iu a plea sant sporting aud a good 19 miles from three from and four from Fur further apply to Paternos ou will commence his 1 Course of Lectures on the Science und Prnc aiwl ou the Diseases Women and Maich seven oclock in the Ins may be had by as or Medical T y s a new being the piice in of illE DICTIONARY of QUOTATIONS frequent taken chiefly froni tbe Lutiu but comprising many from tlie Italian This compilation is in of the English not being 1 wili any other is interrupted and rvcn in the perasal of the daily by MS tiie cui i status nti va Iln many thousands of others of greater V i i in this and the reference is as i word in Johnsons To vurk will give information not tobe mid iis reception precludes Stiy cora Willie aud TO for the Terip of Two or Three a Capital Spacious situate in Epsom eight principal Eleep with dressingrooms servants bed a diuingparluur and drawingrooms of large library and with a suitable arrangement of domestic and extensive cellcrage it fertile garden aud surrouuded by a brick wall clothed with and ueat green house double stab ing for six horses in an enclosed May be viewed with which with Particulars may be had of near the Royal Ex be for three or five a very desirable COUNTRY completely twentytSree of meadow tithe in a beautiful and spurting port of the county of Stirrey one mile from six from four from and nineteen from The bouse is seated on a and contains ample accommodation for a family of the first with double coach fivestall pleasure and Immediate possession may be Principals may receive and further on application to Winstonlcy and MERMAID TAVERN and ASSEMBLY MARY BRISTOW begs leave to return her must grateful Thanks to her Friends mid the Pub lic in for tiie many favours conferred on her late Husband Isaac and at the same time so licits a continuance of assuring them that no pains or expense shall be spared to merit their appro T nit TWO MASTER DAVISS a Grand Display of Ani jiaiticulJiriy the two Learned Pye OTIS War Exercises and for this night only the ill yo through all their Evolutions M The troop of Jumpers will cxe fnijirisiair Master Davis Tijlit with Eccentricities by 1irl aa Historical Divertisemeiit INDIAN CHIliF BRITISH i1 Various Comic Sonirs by To with TAKE WARNING iv IN Cronsman mid Mm it Half past and begin at ilalijixst B1 N STATK LOTTERV s APRIL SCHEME with of Tickets the First and a t Tickets the Second WHEREBY CURIOUS PRIXK CYPRUS 700 at per Dozen 40 Dozen uf eight years in at per Dozen loco Dozen of French at 54 a Wine possessing the fullness and richness of old Por tujnil with the strength aud flavour of Dozen f Dry German resembling Ma at Dozen of excellent 400 Dnzeii of seven years iu at per Do bottles to be Application Jo Anny and Prize Agent Tuttonstrii 1st Regiment of Captain from the tiad to be Captain rf fice who 7th William to be by vice 6th Regiment of Robert to be without vice promoted Quar terMaster Fnltoa to be without vice Hth Regiment Light Lieutenant Ridout to he Captain of a hy vice who Cornet Smith to be by vice protnnted the 71st Foot the Thompson Vanueck by vice 20th Cornet John Leonard tobe vice who OatRsgtaenr of Toot Gentleman Cmlet irom the Royal SKI ifary to be En who 8th Regiment of Eatign Richard from the to be wfthxrat vice appointed to tbeS4th Footj Ensign Herbert Raban to be without vice superseded David to be Oth Captain James from the 6th Gar rison to be Captain of a vice Roth who 15th Lieutenant Sinclair Mansion to be Captain of a without vice who re tires Ensign John Skene to be T ice deceased Robert to be vice l6th Enngn Felix THara to be vice deceased John to be vice OHara 3Iark to be vice promoted in the g6th 20th HospitalMate David Gordon to be As promoted in the soth 26th Lieutenant Charles Grant to be Captain of a vice deceased Ensign John Alex ander Maxwell tn be 23th Ensign Potter to be vice 36th Ensign Thomas Smith to be by vice promoted John to be vice Smith HospitalMate James MFarian to he 37th Lieutenant Andrew Creagh to be Captain of a vice deceased Lieutenant Richard Walton to be vice deceased En sign James Chalmers to be vice Crcagh Eu sign John from the 7oth to be Lieu vice 30th HospitalMate John Murray to be Assist vice promoted in the 78th soth AssistantSurgeon Rees Williams from the 20th to be vice appointed Surgeon to the 54th Lieutenant Adam from the 8th to be James to be with out rice appointed Paymaster of the 46th Gist Samuel to be Ensign by par 79th vice 63J Captain Frederick Jamea from the 1st Dragoon to be Captain of vice Vho James to be without vice whose appointment has not taken place 70lh Ensign Creighton to be viee deceased George to be En vice Creightoa John to be without vice promoteil in the 3th 73d Lieutenant Francis Eagar toon vice promoted AssistnaiSufgcon John Carttrto be Surgeon HospitalMate William Hastings to be vice Qjih First Lieutenant Valentine Grantham to be Captain of a by vice who John cheesemonser and April at at At torney Mildreds horse March and April at at Guild Attorney Buckingham Thomas of dealer and March and April at at BeJl John of dealer and chnp March and April at at the Kings Ingle and Thomas of March at and April at the Jerningham iu Kings Bench Temple Lotidon Thomas of dealer nnd chap April and at at the Star and Messrs Shephard and London and James of March and April at at the Kinds Biccster Benjamin of car dealer and March and April at at Leman Goodmans John of dealer and April ami at at the KuyJ Oak IManihester and JVf may gain pun Tickets jr oa Sale at all the LiccntedLottcrv 1 srpKUlOR Drawine uih of April PAIN and Curnhill and Jamess tile Tickc ts ami legal Shares an tbe terms to GRAND SOU 1 Prize of 1000 Whole Tickets i Prize of 5iH Whole Tickets of iJOjOoo HIGHGATEH1LL A having been presented to Par liamoiit on the 24th for leave to bring in n to anfhorizo tlie forming of an archway through High fur the purpose of remedying the ivire daily experienced in passing on the present line of road a meeting uf the Subscribers to the anu the promoters uf the will be held at the George am Vulture on the7th at one oclock to take into consideration the adoptioi of further proceedings as may he deemed expedient to carry the design into full The Committee think it proper to acquaint those gen tlemen who arc desirous of furtheriuj this public thnt they hare procured satisfactory information as to the facility with which the work can he executed and have the pleasure to that the necessary expcnce will be and that a reasonable toll in passing through the archway trill furnish an abundant return upon the money which way eventually lie By order of the March retires5 Second vice 96th Ensign Aftxander from the goth to be vice deceased Ensign from the to be Lieute vice 1st West India Ensijn Samuel Gordon to he vice Ensign Robert Calcraa to be vice 4th Richard to be without vice promoted ia the York Light Infantry Volunteers Lieutenant John Daltoa to be Adju vice who resigns the 6th Ensign James the 9th West Timothy dealer and March and April at at tin Star und Hat London and George of dealer and chap JIarch at and April at the White Lion London and aud David late of dealer and March and April at at the Littleton Arms Turner and London and Richard Hemy of and Wolf late of the same and March and April at at William of dealer and March April at Teiij at Dorset William of Mileend Isew dealer anil March and April at at Cprtched of dealer and March and April at at Lincolns April Thomas of John John and Joseph Wat of cottou at at the Legs of 1 bumas of XotloniurfnOfae at at the Legs of Joseph Dunn ami Charles late of Wood ut at Joseph of aj at the Talbot John of Newcastlenpon at the Three Indian Daniel of Long at at Jeremiah late of Greeting Saint at at the Angel in Joseph Kirk of at M1 500 loo 4 50 IM is First above will be ibovc i Whole Tickets and the First Second Day will be entitled theSOX which Tickets will be deported at the and remain there till the Drawing is be entitled toall the above FINE tonicr of EDWARD ORME has great Plea sure in being able to annouilce to the that the First Number of Engravings from the KINNAIRD OF PICTURES is UOTV ready for de The object of thia Work is to ju a selection of twelve of the finest plain aud in of the characteristic excellencies which distinguish the best works of the two aud Claude le Lor The Engravings will all be execntcd from fiiithful Copies made aird will each be 17 inches in its larger so fs to form anelegant set of Cabinet The Work will be dividciMnto Sis one to be every Third Muuth each Number will cohtainTwo accompanied with a concise History of each and a Sketch of the Painters The First Number will present to the Pnblic the cele brated Portrait o from the Corsini and n beautiful Landscape by Ie from the Collectionpf the late Dae du CholseuL A more enlarged b ready for India to be vice 7th Ensign John Salmon to be vice deceased EusiguRichard Poitier to be Lieute uatitj vice John to be vice Salmon Charles to be vice 8th Benjamin to be without vice promoted iu the oth West India Royal York Ensign Patrick Hogan to be vice to be vice Royal West India Eniign Abraham Nicolls to be vice deceased Robert to be rice deceased Iguatins to vice York Light Infantry Lieutenant Kysh to be Captain of a Ensign William from the 4th West to be rice MeuronH Ensign Lardy to be Lieute viee promoted John to be vice Chasseurs HonpiUl Mate Calvert to be Assistant vice deceased Hospital Mate Ebenezer Black to be vice An appointed to the 35th 6th Garrison Captain Wade from thegtb to bo Captain vice who 8th Veteran Lieutenant John from the asth to be vice de of the Royal to be LieutenantColonel iitPortugal HOSPITAL Charles from the soth to be Surgeon to the Forces vice Plcnder The Kings German 2d Cadet Fumcttc to be vice is in the Garctte of the 7th for Volunteer JohnLutmaa to be vice deceased read Volunteer John Lntman to be vice BANKRUPTS7 William late of and Edward Hol way Broadfieldjlntepf dealets March and April at Stottrport HattetuGardeDj Lun don and John of dealer and chap March and April at Gnild Attorney Doc at William of Lisle at at Guild William of at at the Kings March Henry of at at Busli Daniel Laytom to be First late of at at the Crown Jonathan Fox aud William of the Fius at at of Town at at Guild Joseph Viper and Kuowles of at at March Elizabeth of at at Elizabeth late of Ratcliffc at at of at at Andrew Hetherinstou and John of at at Guild Robert of Caroline Bedfird at at Wiliam of Great Hackney Road at at William Lambert of Thames at at John iiobert of at at Gi Thomas of at at thcGeorge John of at at the George Nathaniel Peach late of common at at the George William of at at the Gorge Ely late of Hud at at the Pack MARCH Joseph now or hjte of liam Charles of Bris of of victual of ware of Cnveiit of Toxteth near of Scut of Henry Vies and Juhn of glass and James and Wil liom buriron and tinplate manufac Pratt and Job booksellers and Kyle and Margaret Al Hnghes and Thomas of John Ingle and Georgt of joiners and Gardiner and Thomas of Lei and John of lacemanu Henry Richard PRICE ORDERS IN Preparatory to the discussion which Is to take place this evening on WIHTBBEADS Mo tion relative the ORDERS IN as affecting great number of official documents have been laid before the House of They consist of a variety of and extracts of forming a long chain of correspondence between the Ame Secretary of lie American Minister at and PINR Minister of the United at London of Papers relative to the encounter between MAJESTYS ship and the American fri gate and of the last letters inter between Secretary CANNING and which reach to the 28th of last The substance of the Corres pondence betiveen General and as well as the of the encounter between the Leopard and are already sufficiently known to the la letters which passed behvceii and there ho1 passages so highly their iatare as to render it our duty to take a distinct of their principal They were ordeted to be printed on the od ant tp the Members on The Motion of which went to the rescinding of the Orders in stands for an Address to his praying him to adopt conciliatory measures with theUnited States of The correspondence between Canninoand consists of a letter irom tlie former to dated letter from Pinkney to dated Get letter from Canning to a letter from Phikney to dated The first letter of Canning1 begins by that tiie references frequently tnade bv the American Minister to the verby communi cations between tended greatly toembar rass had formerly laid tlie round for much no part of which was attributable to He felt under the ix as a written commu nication on the Canning then piv ceeds to that the principal points in personal differed in degree the written because had not distinctly stated in their conver that his proposal was an overture autho rized by his government that tiie beneficial consequences likely to result to this had in their conferences been presented the umnv notice Cannino through more ample then proceeds In the first of our I understood you to sav the authority uf your Government than little more that you were instructed to remonstrate against tir in Council of the 7th January and of tbe illli of Noveri ber but to as frurn an your own that if those Orders were rcpihd the President of the United States would susujidthe Embargo with respect to Great Upon the con sequences of such a suspension of the whilit would still continue ti be enforced nspiinst France you expatiated still speakins as I understood your own individual It was suggested by that in that l would probably arm her merchant ships against the ag gressions of an expedieut to you observed it would be perfectly idle to resort against Great Britain Thomas and William of Cai Wilson and Joseph of of and James George of William Christo pher and Robert William Henry Ambrose and WilRiun of cottonspin Briilgman and Mary Ann of Plymonth John and John Michael of John cf and William of Robinson and Lnke of Moody and William of Abncr Cpwelf Lea und James of and James of and Edward with Great The American continues Can though not declaring himself authorised is Government to offer the suspension of the as an immediate consequence of the recal of our Orders in yet was tp take upon himself to make that provided that he Cannipg would give him an un official assurance in such the de mand of the repeal of the Orders in Council would be favourably however declined to encourage an unauthorized step by an unofficial He then proceeds to In answer to the represoUations which you 1avr e peatedly made agaiust the Orders in Council of and as violatingthe of the aud moat destructively their best in terests upon grounds whollyinadmissibleooth in miu ciple and iu I have uniformly maintained questionable right of Majesty to resort to the lest measures of retaliation in consequence of the uu paralleled aggression of the aad to retort upon that euemy the evils of his own injustice and have uniformly that if third parties suffer from those the demand of reparation must tie made to that Power which first violates the established usages of war and the rights otXtitral In the conclusion of this letter Cannirjo in his by connecting the suspension oF the Embargo viih the repeal of the Orders in seemed to imply that the former was the consequence cf the he was anxious to know in point of these Orders Council were known to the American President at the time of his sending the Message relative to the Embar go reply to this it was franklv answered by that though some rumours of further retaliation being in the con templation of the British GovartKiient have reached the Government of that country had no certain knowledge of the Orders in of tbe time when the Embargo was at the ;