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Day (Newspaper) - March 23, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY AT SIX MARCH 23V PRICE SJ KVI OriVr IN of IA DIRECTORS of the COMPANY hereby jive jtli riay of the Gnss lu0 at the Isle of Dogs will for one year from the 5th 11 Timlerj tube addressed Itfloit Urrlvi oclock of the said tiii1 Tcudcrfor Grass riT el the Court of THOMAS MARSH PMk Mnrli I applying to Mor V nt SALES PRIVATE a whose March for the Property and Piutits within thit i irmnfdLtdy after tTic Sli put inio the Duties on for post year mid thct the tlitir being dr of thr have an oppur into the of liy urJer of thr SAMUEL TO be a capital anrl substantial FREE HOLD situated on tbe nortlfeast corner of and For inquire of Mh Sur Character will bear fctrkt at tije Globe ril JL O complete and capita witbin fire rriiuutes walk of tin to be ilirposcd of by Burton tbe lease for alxjul 13 al a loir am of ffMIE beneficial interest in theLcise of Fre JL most eligibly situate aud bciug on the cascsidc of which is bcld lor an uncxpired term of lul 45l and a further term of at per Particulars enquireof anj i lii and LIFE ASSURANCE of attention to the following ad v nf without any additional fanuin without any average psannum To assure ulrrchau at per per an d ilamagc by and to inae rsnurnts and free of I be had on application at the pf tlie in cities and towns of the tTENRY h NSlUANCE Corn I Insurers with tiiis Company are that Policies expiring ai Ladyday n at this Office receipts being ready ugretably tol I to at per fo al per to at per Insurers with this Payment i witliout increase of ade NdcHsrgc for ioiis or A ofj iloucd on s UH nmntry intarances from to per aud from to IS per insured without atcrage clause at le LEToi JLJa FREEHOLD with The aie in complete the furniture and in The views fiotn the pre mises are and the situatisn chrafful aud particulare apply to Kkld New Extrusive in the fiimt of TO and Maiiutucturers requiring a large Plot of To be SOLD the desirably iituate opposite Wiitcelianel CHiuth a large nith gateway en trance to the extending to and having the ad vantage of a very widp frontage in For apply at lo be the LEASE of substantial rig m lierati 1 l uc pn mium iiv terms for Life Insurance are equally i very superior I capital Two Millions of lircnrnrtfcVrhich cx 1 should be renewed within from Persons insured with ihfe whow at the tn iiit priiittd certificates of rencwaXarc try at Tlie and witli tlic respective osrrnts mpaxy throughout the Lnited This y ofler to Insurers the following advantage in or procuring to be or on have the option of becoming i in the establishment Persons insuring for limn one alloweda considerable on i No ot Policies of and or for FVicies under that ycnrs or more nor for alte No deduction in the payment of Cimajc by lightning made A r oi shipping Abatements on ut of from to and a liberal allowance on lilvcsi and childrens endowments on LCJ Solicitors end otliers i j nmission on bringing life insurances to this stock uiEUred nt per Ify order of the liricklniitt in Great Westminster contains six two drawing two and comciircirt oliiccs or may be Let at be viewed ihih Tickets between the hours of twelve are which may be had of Knifes Cornliill and Surrey of Westminster f v T To Bakers and By Valuable LEASE and GOODWILI of an excellent old andgood accustomed BAKER1 DwclfinjIionse and desirably Jituaf The prcmijca four good W good wit 13bushel paved amjcfclbr The whole of the Premisti arc in complete re pair held on Iciiic for an unexpired term of 19 a a very Jow The tradenckr and about per annum for miry be had of Mr Samuel AurtJotteer and London WANTED for Six or Eight on the Banks of tlie River oot exceeding five miles from a Genteel Furnished withCoach aud for a respectable Address Particulars O For particulars apply to Webb aud Laceineii WANTED TO ADYOWSON next PRESEN TAT1ON to a LIVING in cither of the Counties of or with a good Parson postpaid mentioning the uge of the be addressed to at WANTED to Purchase or to a small HOUSEwith nhout one totoiacres of in to westor southwest of Lou don ncijhhniirhoud Tlic Utilise must ruMlniii two threestall and paid to TO Medical for a Youth of alicndy initiated intd the nroctice bfmakhig up so far as to be capable of rendering himself im mediately a an with a re spectable Surgeon and a SurgeOa or wholesale and by whom too large a premium will not lie post ad Ircssed to nt of Mritb real name aud ad will be immediately N Sunday March TWO SERMONS ViU be Preached in tbe Parish Chiirtli of for tbeIienent of the Children of the Charity Schools f In thr Morniug by the Bachelor in of Pembroke Oxford aud Lecturer of lu the by tlie Kcv Curate of t bejin at 11 oclock in the and at half pust three in the Surrey March THE Proprietors are respectfully that will a of Lectures on the general of the Art of on flic23th at Sieveii oclock iu tlie To lit coutinurd on tarh succcfliny By Order onunittee of KNIGHT in various Just for J A CATALOGUE of and upon every Branch of together with a valuable Collection of Oriental now selling for ready money at prices each by JOHN No Hjj7i HolUoro opposite Ked pnce had Booksel Cambridge Bath ToJd ami V T Lu at the ot tli of tbe money graiited for Ihe Public Scivicts durinif tbe year Ordered to lie on the An acccrait likewise presented of the net in lianiis of Coljectois fmthe Post wiiicb was al to lie on the The Oliicc and Pension Duty Bill was read a Lord CASTLEREAGU gave nolice tliat he on move for leave to brinf in a Bill to amu J tlic Bill pusseil last year respecting tlij Local iu which he to propose some this Bill be read a onisoii 5 AN Established and Respectable B ina most singularly eligible situation fo cormnanding an extensive and firstrateBusiness by ED WARD and The valuable and will of an oktcstablished futlpricc Bslccrs mbs advantageously situate about b half iu a large and populous The Premises are in con venicntly ariaugejl for cairying jjn tlieexlcusive trade p fourteen ami a profitable Kill and pan Particulars rjh apidca at the General CommissionOffice and ui VILLA and tAND on the By HARRY A COMMODIOUS wjAIiutes JTjL domestic c6acn2ITouBe ant etablin for four seven acres of rich meadow divided into by harfdxome and environed by arit screened by a luxuriant shrubbery au excellcntrn allec and weltplawd Ttie whole in h and coniptteat to accommodate o rtiriecfaWe ta The situation u and within fire miles o the May be Tiewed by tickets only with printed may be by applying to Harrv New r 12th of the Grind M Ti LOTTERY commences The 1 and ttieFREE Whole Tiektb for the First Prize above Oay and sOoWhole Tickets for the First c the Second there are Prizes of 6 of I 10 of may be gained by One if parchosed Tickets will Surely rise if IK F N 11 N pttE D STATE LOT PICKETS will be positively given to the Y ii the NEW which is to coiu of in addition to the other of 6 10 soo Shares1 are now oa Sale ar the old Offi and facing the by i Co iFTS tin I Five Hundred State Lottery a the present whichbegins 1 12th of S aid SHARES arc now conrt Stale Lottery f the Scheme cbngisti with the additional Free Gift of tur uf Whole for the n or that is drawn above in addition to the prize that it Mr icriitlcj 500 Scrml Ea ot without iropo riii i a early purchase is Eight Milc frunrthe Three By HARRY Simple elegant COTTAGE eoip pf tent td the accommodation of a mcxlciate Fanfily rcrentty fitted ith and in the most perfcc and on the ground an entrancehall iiandKome drawingtoons dining butlers and over which j alarge reterroirfor rain first a hreakfastt a rlewjrf the four roomy chanu hers and attics competent for four servants beds adetsched coal other domestic double coachhouse and foorsfall wash and sleepingroom over and poultryhouse in front of Ihc house environed by aud ornamented with luxuriant a large productive garden planted with7 choice fruit about 16 acres of rich meadow be viewed on Tuesdays and Thurs dHys by hiay be and further Parti cnlars by applying to New Bond Leasehold with Alitppa near By HARRY AVefy pleasant and commodious RESI consisting of a wellbuilt HOUSE of a moderate size and fit for the immudiate reception of a dejautly detached about acfc of ftufroundcd by ahJgli wanwitha forming an excellent jordcnrwith replete with choicett fruit trees and which harelicctt brotriht to thtir pretent1 stale set a great ex A iraaliKBjrdcnin with corered entrance IdtieV Vhfdh ftmt i LcoriYcnient distance from the preipises of and maybe made a suitshle residence for i family of of which it coaj cnandsv added to manyother Idfcal ren ders not 6iily for Jhfc dccupatiori of i butalto Tlieicage for above 6a For particulars apply to Harry BRANSCOMB and cf Lutkv Lottery Hoi H 3Bj Piccadilly Strailt where the fortunate Jisd the GrandPrize of 500 AVhole ifCay the last State was sold clSlth and two Bixtcentbs i following capjral prizes in the two were sold in 631 untied amTthc only ltu of and former amwjntingto Tew will jive Tickets to view befwcen t be honrs of 1 2 and 4 the Frethold Estates adiining LmSehouse The onary interest at the expiration of o short of the following situated at Let The aiid now in the possession of and A ship Thcmnst im mediaUly adjoining the jww m possession of with a carpenters ehop over the in posses sion of a cboksnopiri Lukc and cottages and carpenters shop bcliind the Tbc above Premises dxtend from the Limehouseholeroad to the leading to the West India thus presenting n double frontage and from tceiv imirte5wte cbhtimity tb West India Dock present excellent for onthe or any other trades counectcd trith the Went India Alsoio bj oh buJlding of near the above well ritnated for biiildingYfiir flic above nrid for Appry to Grays Innsquare nrto James TO be handsomely a commodious for a frw or a longer nriodtho situation parliculariy pleasant dod com manding a view of the for the immedixta rccep fion of R respectable further and Tickets for apply Samuel Auc1 House iicartbe i Months or Seven np antl fitrnished rn fit the immediate genteel situate in For further particulars and to Samuel Auctioneer and House near the iTurnbull 6u Prcreution and Tieatintat of This Day is eighth price A MAN containing general Rules aud very necessary to be attended to by tliost are afflicted with To irhich are a end improved Method of of that species of Hupture calliJ pjuliipsiss or descent of the By flic lute London Printed Royal Exchange J Pauls Churchyard Mur Fleetstreet and may be by A Popular Trea tise on and the Cleans of preserving inao KENTISH TOUN well TQ be a substantial bnjlt Cardcn be fore ajod comujiinding aTwisatiful prospect of Hampstead Jarii the suitable for a Family j jmmcdiare yoasessidn be A few lixturWto fce For further Patticii aud Tickets tlcwing apply at Samutt Ox near the T TO BE SOL TUJRSU ANT to a Dtcree of the High Court JL of Chancery made in a BUBTOX against about tjie Apiil JtoHN one of ihe said the Public of in se veral distinct srtaatein and in coUrity ofiMU and in tbe of PartStnlars whereof may be had gratis at said in Southamptonbuildings aforesrfidf rjf aijd SalicijoraV in LincolnsInn and of Fletcher and VVrigbtj in Hydestrccir IRISH LINEN without anyadvance in either wholesale or by tfie single Richard Irish IjncB and Bed Holland for window from 28 to 72 inches ELEGANT BOOTS aud S HOE 1 JOSHUA most begs leave to iafurm those XoWeriien ud Gentlemen who have so kindly patronized liSm in bu that he furuish fashionabte Boots and on the most lilival and having always tiest assuies his ueitlilr paius or will be wanting to give entue liavinj the East or Wcat ridics may depend on tind the discount allowed for ready or bills at ashort date This Day was pria ATiONAL Comprising all and every lufur mati6n tontaintd ia the Actof Parliament fur graiitin the uoth on Single audJoint additioual Tables cuntaiiicd in former throngh calculated to show be pnirliascd for atthe upon the same Lives By El FORTUNE Slock Printejfor Royal iVhtrp may be by of containing evwy necessary for uudeistBild inij of the Bank of with List This Day was iu two price i i in i ELEMENTS oi COMMERCE JL a Treatise on different 1 Speculations and Exchange Circulations ppcratious of Specie anl Pais of Exchange of CoiiiSj Practical Sgeciilations Der scripfiuii aiid Tables of withTa CHRTSTOPHiER Boowy Rirh ardson and Sharpe Lonjiijan and and and way be f Commercial by Christopher jirire Dictionary of JlerchamUse Ind in ten European with De scriptions in price Hudg kins Mercantile Letter hoards THE DAY rilS with half the usual labour produces the most hrillinnt jet black ever affonjs peculiar nourishment to the not soil the finest is free any unpleasant iiud will retain its any ty Day aiiJ at the Mauufac High Holbomretail by Tatistockstrfet SnaUoVstreet Ax Finchlane the principal Per and Oilmen ia the cod in ifvcryTovn hKMJghout tlie United in stone prke 800 new and beautiful JL the dress 460 fashionable town only 90 coloured muslin 70 splendid evening worth 300 per yard 460 cambric 050 rerV and 140 the finest 100 India jaeonnots for per yard and 90 curious 3s KJO rrfch cambrics from guineas thepiecs and 90 160 iealMadrks long per 700 mask and diaper littletnorcthTin halfprice and 4DO of thceheapest counterpanes kiUgdom with Irish strikitigry cbcap at near the Pauo It will be particularly necessary to observe the name arfd co Thirteen Yeara the IRISH LINEN 3IPANY hare opposed the iujlirioUa plan of muriatic1 acid and for tile eight they have kept a house open in London for th ex lustve Sale of their Manufacture and Bhmch which are iutliis country orily at their near leadmg to i No article sold but Irish andhot less than n licce of 35 One piece nt wholesale jrice and no batcrtieut erer Each piece is warranted ns to abficjatii tobe bleached on andthemoBty a fault Ordersexecuted with Cash as usual for Bank of Ireland Agent to the BloDinsbnrysiiHsrej i Huuse w BRITISH HOITSE OF MARCH The rtaolved of Privi to consite die case of tlie Roxburgh were called in and the further Pro cecdirfga were delayed miM The papc o Good Hope the Bermuda and Campbell were teadB third and Tlie Jamaica Free Port the Expiring Law Con tinuance add the Expiring Laws Perpetual passed through a andwere reported without Sir LEMAN brought from the the Crown Office Clerk and private wiiich uudenveht a first and were ordered to lie on the from theTost from the Treasury Youngjfrom tfceCustootHouse and from the Chamberlain of Londons pre sented Papers Lordahips from tlicir respective House HOUSE MARCH the SPEAIISR Informed the as Monday next would be tho last peremptory day on which private Bills would he should on and the ensuing takethe Chair at Q quarter past three if lie was enabled so to in order to give an opportunity the production of all Bills which were now in a state of Tlie Chairman of the Committee appointed to inquire into tbe abuses in ludia Company moved fur leave to report from time to time to the House the Proceedings of tlie said The Dublin Grand Jurv Bjll was read a third time and ATTORVEY moved that the commit Of the Plymouth Police whichstood on 1 be orders for should be postpuncdtill Friday General CALCROFT wished to be informed whether any farther postponement of this Committee was to take place beyond The tail he was ready to 50 into the Cominjiljee aud was jtsdoced to defrfr merely from a wish to meet the desires arid conver hiency of Gentlemen on the opposite side of If any farther protraction took it would not ajise with TheReport of the Committee on the Highgatehill Arcbway Petition was a Bill or dered to be bioUgbt according to the prayer the tfaid A Message roni tbe Lords inforracd tbe House that Sad agreedfo the Cape of Good Hope Tradciami the Spirits and tlint their Lordships the Campbell to which they desired tho concdrtcnCe of that WHITBhEAD laid before the House an Acconnt of Feesreceived for granting Licences to to carry gucs for to Ships for three and forBgrgca and Boats for the like period to Ships outwardbound aivd for grantioif Lettersof the 31st of together with Statenieut uf the Application persca tlie Cugtonv House brought np aivac connt oftLc number of rcsstls port of with the tueurospective CXikred lie on the account the Condon vroji teoiigbt trntf the Mr thut second BARING objected to this Bill cd ho did not concei tluit the granting of bounties for the growth of Hixseed at the pre sent period could be attended with uiy benefi cial Tlio scarcity notv prevailed could not be reinerlied by such a as could bt produced before the bumtnvr after previous to which in iiil cirenustinccs might occur with respect to America wliicli would remove the of tlie present He1 suggested tlie of any grant for this pur poae till the latter end oj the if it was the grant then be He deprecated the inipropruty of voting so large a sum as till an absolute necessity for such a measure wis FOSTER that the scarcity of flas hed in Ireland at tlie present moment was x to remedy which a Bill had already offering a bounty for the importation of of foreign which would no doubt remove existing difficul of the Bill now before the House was Ireland independent of America iji by creatinga withiu The importance of such a measure so selfevident that little doubt could arise iii the minds of the House to the benefit must ultimately be derived from HORNKR that from all he had heard with respect to the land of that country was not calculated for the of lif aproper this was not the itwas manifest j that Ireland would long ere this have supplied herself with that He con ceived that by adopting the measure now prc the commercial interests of the country would be injured in ivould be reduced by suchprinciples to a state as barbarous as in thetinre of the From tie plan proposed by the Honourable t was to be that a grant of er annum was to until Ireland hud arrived atsncha state of pcYfectioiv in the growth of flaxkeed as to beableto supply wasan expenditure of public money and shonl J object to the saidy the who spokefererlrad made a mistake witli respect to the future teirtion of Ilonj as to the further ex tent of the Bill beyond the present year he bad avowed no intention to time stipulated C not extend it iialfvanfage was and the purpose for wtich the Bill brought not course uo bounties would be and the country would be put to no at the same if the objects were the ad vantages were so as notta admit of a For although the present interrup tion of commerce might fu ture occurrences might take place which would involve the joimtry in the same difficulty for the want of the necessary materials for carrying on its In to be prepared for such it became politic to guard against the adoption of such measures as those now by wUateVer might be the state would within herself an abundant supply of her staple PARS ELL objected to the as he con ceived its operation militate against the commercial aad agricultural interests of tlie ROSE supported tbe 6n the ground of its placing Ireland in a state of independence He did not conceive that it militated against the commercial interests of the country and it would certainly have the good effect of bringing into a state of cultivation niany thousand acres of land which were now GltATTAS that the policy of the Bill was so evident that he could not see a single groundfor objection to its The fair grounds from which to draw a correct inference of its importance were simply these tne staple manufacture of Ireland was her linen manufac tory the raw material of that manu for which she wai at present obliged to place a precarious dependence on and other in was in the greatest distrsss from the existence of the Embargo The to be Whether it was not politic for by cre ating a resource within to in fu occurrences so injurious to her interests To this but one reasonable answer could be and that in the Sir JOHN supported the Sir GEORGE HILL that the agriculture of the country was not sufficient to support it without its linen of flax to its hat by the sale of flax in this during last the rate of exchange between England and Ireland was below aud tlie aalance oitrade in favour of SHARP opposed the ThoBill was then read a second ordered be committed v ROSE brongnt up a Bill to enable all taketi and carried into the port oi to be condemned which was read a first and ordered to be read a second said as the which he had brought in imposing aduty on Malt and Spiritsin hadbeen u eoflajstsuvwitktbiiusagesofthe ;