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Day (Newspaper) - March 8, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY AT SIX MARCH PRICE KT SOCIETY of PA I Anniversary Festival of tltfs Cba ni the Great i ou the 17th the Marquis of VICE I Lord Flic Sir SALES BY PRIVATE CLERK EN TO be Lease of a HOUSE and lately occupied as a and two entrances with and Particulars had by ap lying to William Giltapur Jariin Lee Arml Joseph had of the Stewards of College of War n ttm Rnf ilf i t IN f HENRY on the Table at Half past Fire DIAMONDS and JACOB leave to inform the v he continues to give the full in Diamonds and at QKk opposite the Necklace end a Pair of Drop Ear i and Strings belonging to Stephen fetched away from Old t this and the be sold in 14 days to defray the a Shop and in a respectable good i i i G rr i a thoroughfare nnd gen a House and or Shop and lor cither of the abijve lo PI at i i i M i i M IF Jm Excellent FAMILY n a clieerful on in arrts of rich and immediate n uith TirkeU with farther Uliiid t Hogijart IXnidit and E HOCiGAHT aud LH LET Six or Seven com i pltirly FAMILY HODSE ciflit acres of a capital coach 11 anl the use of two excellent mileh cows aud witliin 10 milts of Cornhill Particulars may be bad in Old O be by the Worshipful Companj nf on Lcaue 14 Ladyda s lirjc coaXTiiieiit situate in Addlestreet being ami Coudilinnp of Letting may be seen a Vs AddlcBtieet aforesaid It M may br had for viewing1 the am 1 i to tri arc desired to send Proposals r the 22d of March will meet to iereive rp with immediate I A delightfully a 1AM11V with stabling o T well stockci nnd a small Any person in u cvuntfj resilience find it worthy their at apply to Grey Hound i a Pantheon RidingSchool i i br for the Term of Two or Three rst a Capital Snacioiii Residence i Epsoin eight principal sleep with drrssingrooms servantB bed 1 a diuinijparlour and drawingrooms of Jargc library uid with a suitibl of domestic and extensive ccllerage putlen aiJ swrroundcd by i clothed wiih and neat green stab ing for fix bones iu Kviowwl with which with Parficnlarr ma j of near the Royal Ex UUGLE PLAYERS wanted for tb Vnlie uf Cumberlands Sharp iiKiclocltiii the to Johnson u lirr Strand m NTED to rent or One to 1 Hundred in a healthy no oiy M ilra from post paid in the neighbourhood of Beth or to GROUNDFLOOR with room for if re v or without a small x 1 fora Youth aged 14 Years ant i1 in a respectable i I lie diflcreut with i ai also most of thePoblic i i farther 1 if his inquuc William Shrig from Three to Six Miles o a middling sized Fur iV principal part of a respectable U t nl with Claphauiroad will be AJ to cM wat is 1ED a M ASTER for the above In whuse age dore not exceed 43 manied withxiut aud whos the strictest befurc 10 with specimens tu Bros A Valuable ESTATE in the County of Nor consisting of 400 Acres and of good in a high state ofcttltiratibnj with a gojid boiiudiiig with within nine miles of thecity of Norwich j Possiswon to be given at Michaelmas or rurthcr of TO be DISPOSED an old Established in the above most udtnirablyjiituatc few milts from in a neighbourhood that uitn eminent from its many advantages with the greatest truth it rauybe said to stand nnii fd in The Premises are iu complete with a trade attached to hem of 5000 and the capability aud expectancy if Rny increase a man of business may Principals will be treated by applying to Freehold and TO be by PRIVATE CONJ or LET on a repairing a Roomy situate Lower near with yard and stack of now in the occupation of John Ho apply to Peter SALES BY PRIVATE Capital Old Established from 15 toOO mile By AQAMSON and A Very Valuable and Improvable FREE HOLD most advantageously situated Q the prime part of a good market The premises onsist of a substantial containing 15 6otl aiiy double and single bedded exclusive of ervauts six excellent dialogaixf sitting rooms ar large and small parlies a barroom and small parlour waitersroom a convenient nitfSiz wash and heeleellar a and a cool The external offices arc onveniehl and well rooms for the ac ominodatiou of soldiers for 5o tanking for hay and straw six i large stcre a knife Iwol a cow poultry arid wood sheds and other a a garden The premiseiarc amply navigable river the and occupy igcvtf 48 feet by 400 feet in The vrbilv offerin i most eligible opportunity ng to possess an Inu abounds and which is long and well has bcco iu the possession of the present propriefof who s now A purchaser take the whole of the stock of at a fair valna tion if wilt be sold by particular may be known by applying to Messrs AdaknKm Auctioneers nod s cosehold Country with excellent walled Gar Offices and Meadow together 92 Seven Miles North of By PETER A Commodious FAMILY with stabling for eight suit able large with extensive conser appropriate 1C acres of meadow nearly equal to tythe free valu bleright of and the whole well supplied with water term 31 at a trifling May be viewed on and y wjth further may be had of Peter By Brickbuilt with containing four tvrp ami most delightfully situated at containing views of great extent and The house will require sonic money to be expended in and u lease of the Premises will be further Par ticulars apply at Chcapside Genticl with large and A Lease for Forty subject to a Rent of Two Guineas per of a Genteel FA MILY together with the the appropriate as now The Premises arc in good pleasantly situate at a abort distance beyond the White Hart and about 6 milts from Further particulars may be known by application to Mr A gcntcpl roodrrnbiiill with Stab line and with immediate By EDWARD IMBER and A LEASEHOLD COTTAGE of Eight convenient delightfully situate about l2 miles from with large and ficli of about three and a valuable right of well supplied with spring and soft in a respect able in which arekept foxhounds anc Further Particulars may be had of the if by postpaid or it will not be attended FREEHOLD PUBLIC CITY of By EDWARD UVLBER and AND immediate Possession given of one oi the First Houses in the desirably sitnatec in a principal thoroughfare The Prcmlseahavc lately undergone a complete and possess every nrc ssary convenience for carrying on n trade to almost any The present returns average per an num for wines and and for exclusive o a profitable tavern and may be greatly increased by an active A lease will be granted fur a term of 21 with the will require about moic than one half of which a person of cha racter may be accommodated or the Freehold wil be Apply if by post paid to the Sur VILLA ami LAM on the By HARRY A COMMODIOUS with suites o XjL domestic coachhouse ant stabling for four and lEbout seven acres of rich meadow divided into by handsome and environedby gravel wjilksf an screened by a luxuriant shruhbcry jau excellent wallc and wellplaced The whole in hig and contpeteut to accommodate a respectable fa The situation is ami within five miles o Hie Mny Tjcsrcd by tickets only with printed may bo by applying to Nor To be disposed of by direction of the By THE beneficial OldEstablished Business respectaWv connected in the jobbing of a and with a Ttry good detached spacious light Cast ing ami ia an eligible central be tween and Oxfordstreet of wkich o Lease will be granted for any tcnu short o 30 at a moderate and the comingin on reri easy The premises are suitable for business requiring Particulars may be kaowa of VALUABLE FIR FOR rjlHE FIR WOOD in of GLEN A kaown by the My Lords Bush cou diaing 40OO with 4OOO moreto Ix picked by purchMcr from this extensirc forestj to be The trees will average SO feet in and many o them oontiun upwardti of 50 cubical The quality o the timber ia being nJ of natural tad upwards of 100 years Mnay of the trees would be fit for masts aud wherejorge size aild strnlgh timber is The wood is vitbio tutec nules of the b the trees may be floated to three and a of Charleston n of from which there is an excellent turnpike A reasonable time will be aflowest for cutting down the of the Johu Mlxod at tim PersonF of becoming purcbjsets their sffcrs with Alexander itt be fore the B very Valuable above completed in the year a plan equal to any United accommodations ttdeqaate the brewivj of from to bar reU of porter zrunsatif itrpplied withau inexhaustible well of traler vitbitt its superior eren to that of the The buildings and timbers are of the bcit description the plant entirely and con structed on tbelatest the works are faci litated in an uncommon degree by a steamengine of 20 Uorse power there arc maltbins that will contain near quarters font maltmillsj with capital Dutch stones and rollers capa cioui bj Brathwaitc store with 19 large that will contain supported by timbers of uncommon and stowage fur 80O butts a very spacious paved inclosed by loftyfohling gates stabling for 91 horsekeepeis rooms and lofts aud together with a vacant space of ground A small adapted either for a separate or conrcrtiblc into an excellent with a dwelling house Five and and some back are leasehold for 96 Several valuable Publichouses are attached t6 the with for will giyen to Principals on morning before to Wintanley and Paternosterrow where correct plans of the Premises and the inspected at Wiltshire and Boltous Old TO BE PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery made in a cause BURTON against about the middle of April one of the Masters of the saic at the Public SaleRotw in in se veral distinct several Leasehold situate in Wapping and in the county of Mid in the city o Particulars whereof may be had gratis at the sail Masters in aforesaid o Jennings and in Shirelane LincolnsInn and of Fletcher and Soli DLES manufactured by and with WAXED have decided advantages ove those made iu the common wayl The tallow bein melted with steam is greatly improved in its quality am and the by beiug coated with emit a brighter flame with no and are more durabl thaii Manufactured only by the Candle andSoap Company and for the convenience of in Boxes o and Twelve Dozen at Nor 182 anil As this Company only deliver goods fur rqady money Country Correspondents are requested to send references for payment in London with their THE REAL JAPAN Made by DAY and fTIHIS imaluable with half th JL usual produces the most brilliant jet blac ever affords peculiar nourishment to the leather will soil the finest is perfectly free from anj unpleasant and will retain its virtuein any climate Sold wholesale by Day and at the Manufac High Holborn retail by 7 Swallowstreet Ax the principal Per and Oilmen in the and in every Towi throughout the United in stone pric GRAND STATE LOTTERY BEGINS APRIL SCHEME contains with A Free Gift of Tickets the First and a Free Gift Second Day WHEREBY A A A An A Only Tickets for Tickets and Shares are on Sale at all the Licensed Lottery ROM THE LONDON ummissiaiu the InverneSKshirc signef by Lord Jst The Hbnciirable Archibald Fraser to be icutenautColonel Hiiirh Robert to be LieutenantColonel Robert aud Al ia to be 2d Alexander tohe Colonel ohn LienfemiiitColonel to be with the Rank of IJeutsuant 3d James to be Lieutenant John to bebicu enautCoIonel Donald M to be 4th Alexander to be Lieu enantColonelCommandaiit j Augus to c ommiubiu in tfic Huildington signed btjthf Lird The Right Honourable Sinclair to be Ijeutenant pUintlCommandant the Right Honourable Lord Bin ning to be LieutenantColonel to be BAN KRUPTCIES ETtu of wine loin March ti toApil George Adoiphiis of ha fium Mnrch 11 to March at at Guild Esther Rayncr and John of dealers and to March at March at and April at at the Bugle John late of black April at at the Fountain Maule and Hannah of dealm aed March and April at at the and Londou or Daviesand William JVIarch nt 17 and April at at the Dolphin Samuel Colyton or New i James Wte of dealer nnd and March and April at at the WhiteLion Loudon or William Cf Long March at April at at Michael of dealer and chap March and April at at the Grey hound George Ex chequer London or Mil Archibald of March aud April at at the Globe John London or Griffith and Lower William of March anc April at at the Dog Bir Lon don or Henry Thomas of dealer and April at atthe Star and Garter Attorney Thomas Henry of linendraper dealer and March 3 aud April a or Bour dillou and Little John of the floorcloth and April at ai New Bridgestreet March Thomas of bootma it at John Joiin Watson the aud Joseph of Preston at at the Bull and Samuel Sumner of at at March Arthur of chymist an at at the Red Lion Ralph of coal at at the Bears Thomas late of tanner at at the Bears John of at at the Golde Lion Ely Law of at at the Pack Horse William and John Jack late of at at Guili Richard of AttercliH at at the Angel Ini William and Ephraim Fore late of at at the Bootl hall John o North at a the BuHshead Joli late of Smithy nt el at the Red John late of at the Red Liou Samuel late of Swafihai John of Rye inn at at the George 2s Joseph and Charles late of Woodstree at at MARCH Samuel of of liam of PARTNERSHIPS Stokes and Cris of Rai Kome and of Great ironfounder Maryon and of coalmei Dodgson and of York and of Lon insurance anil G of Not tag and of Fenton and Fen of Slirpe and of clothmerchants WeSleyanij of Somei Hayter and of twine and Ralp of and TBISH solicits Attention of the Pobli to the Scheme of the ensuing which cou tains same ofPrizes and Tickets as the last hot with an Additional Bonus given by the Coutractors whtch mayentirle the fortunate holders of a single Ticke or Share to an immense and incalculable Firstdrawn Prize above on the First will bt over and above the to WHOLE TICKETS and the holder of the Firstdrawn Prize above the Second will also over and abov the 500 WHOLE which Tickets are sealed m and deposited for security ia the Bank of Eu TPhe numbers of the so given are in the which may be had th above where Tickets selling in and as there arebut Tickets fy the earlier the purchase riic has been remarkable for prodigion number of Capital Prizes and it is extraordinary that h told the last the the two last and the last prize bfaoo Whole all in at and NoUiwithsranding there vrere soo more tickets for sale in lart lottery than every ticket tjionjfU price ai per BRITISH HOUSE OF MARCH Counsel was finally heard oa the Scutch Still aud thuFowa Couucil and jfAbcrdeca Samuel Romilly on the part of tli the Lord Advocate in reply for the Ap Their LoiJshius then deferfed tlie further con reference to until The further consiueration of Bragraves Divorce Eil being the Loao CnAKCELtoR tha he Uad carefully read uver the evidence and the letter refertinsr to the and sawno objection So the Bill being Ibe Bill wasthen read a second am committed for andother Members from the Com Mcsentcd the FlaxSced Importation whicl was read the first The Prohibi tion and Irfh Bank Bills vrere read a thirc time and Messagewas then ordered to ac quaint the Commous of when UK House HOUSE OF JIAKCH 7 A new Member was sworn Culonel presented a Petition from theCiy f praying to lxexempted from the Appmisage on parable to the 5ar of Afttr a fewwonlsfrom Sir the eiitioii was ordered to lie ou the Sir ARtiiim presented a Report fronx tildiii Paving The SPEAKER unquaiutcd the that the Clerk ad prepared a list of the uamts of persons pioper to be for the trial uf olieuces misdeineauois coni litted in the East The House resolved itself info A Committee of the hole Ifouse to consider of fhe Annual Qualification enmity which went thrunk the anS an ordered to be received HUSKISSON proposed his Motion for continuing ic duty of One Shilling aud Sixpence on ensions till Friday The Sutfar Drawback Bill was read a secund On the Motionof the LORD iie 5icotch Child Murder Bill was read a second The Sugar Bounty Bill was read o second obtainedleave to bring in a Bill far rcgQr atbj he Trade to and from the Cqpe of Good The House resolved itself into a Committee on Expiring and several were agreed Sir JAMES GRAHAM obtaiued leave of absence for one eck on account of ip I A Message was brought from the acquainting he that them Lordslyps had agreed toy the Corn Diittillery Prohibition tire Bill prohibiting the Ex jortation of Spiiits frorQJKland into Great and he Irish Bank Note Forgery PARS EL gave Ibaf on Monday sennight should move for a Committee to consider of the best means of assimilating the currency of Great Britain and in the Committee of Ways and jrought up the Report funding Exchequer which was agreed SECRETARY at moved the Order of lie Day for the further couslderation of the Mutiny The House having resolved itself into a Com mittee of the whole the Secretary at War the first clause to which he should call the attention of the Committee was one to enable the Commissioners of Excise to grant icences to persons keeping It waa necessary that the soldiers should have some such places to go audsome inconvenience lad been found to result from Magistrates not laving the power to grant licences for canteens oftener than once a Sir EDWARD KNATCHBULL wished the clause o be us he saw no reason why the power at present vested in the Magistrates should be taken out of their A clause was next proposed exempting can teens from having soldiers billetted upon which was agreed The SECRETARY at WAR as aa Amendment to the to exempt carts or wag employed in carrying military from the penalties to which certain vehicles of that description are liable when loaded above a The reason of this he that when waggons or carts pressed by the Magistrates for military it was often found necessary to make thtm cany four or rive hundred weight more than the and he thought it was but fair that on such occasions they should be protected from the penalties of the law as it now Sir EDWARD KXATCHBULL objected to the on account of the damage that was done to the roads by narrowwheeledcarriages being He thought that carnages of that description ought not to be permitted to carry more than thirty hundred weighu Sir THOMAS was of opinion that there ought to be no distinction between wag gons employed for civil or for military The clause was then read and agreed A clause for rendering any person in Ireland subject to have soldiers quartered vipon aud who should refuse to quarter any ofricer or liable to thesame punishment as they were for the same offence previous to the was then read and agreed The SECRETARY at WAR next proposed a clause to empower Court Martials to inflict se verer punishments on Commissaries and other persons embezzling his Majestys when employed Sir THOMAS TURTON objected to the wording of the which he thought top vague ana After a few words from the Secretary at it was agreed that the word fraudulently should be inserted before misapplied in the The other of the Bill were then read and agreed and the Report was ordered to be received On the Motion of the consi deration of the Plymouth Police Bill was post poned till Sir CHARLES POLE inquired whether any pro ceedings had been instituted by his Majestys Ministers iu consequence of the information which had come to the knowledge of the Corn missioners of Naval Inquiry relative he understood the Plymouth Police Bill was more particularly intended to The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER he could not in the absence of his Honourable and Learned the Attorney form Honourable Baronet what proceedings had been instituted but he had no his and Friend would be ready to give him every when the Bill should again be under the consideration of the Ajdourned at SEX oclock to this WHITBREADS The extraordinary length of the debate on and the lateness of the hour at which it necessarily prevented us from giving several important AYe were also obliged to at the early hour of six yesterday a considerable number of our Paper without the asi the House did no ad journ until nearly seven As gave WIUTBREADS speech at great is but justice to though in a aumouirv ;