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Day (Newspaper) - May 4, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED I EVERY six MAY PRICE M 1M7LEBY resprctfully informs the by purticnlar his PKRFORM at i und ilie 5th of i iiiflcicul Performances which have at Seven and the Pcr io preciiily at I ON K will commence a of LECTIRIZS on the Science on May at in it his house Old Jtwry u liirli vull be by appropriate may be and every other particular 111111 at or to mr I Ol EAST INDIA v Mcasiomi in your Direction m the flu tbal humiiirailc to faviiur Allow iirkiiouli tils tin tnciiuragc to Miliri the lumour of VKIII oil the day of tn oitiUi it i my poitivc intention ii that I shall be ujlc to pay uiy ptrsu i i y tl Milisrribi1 with the grratcst Ladies and jiuiU Y our most WILLIAM v t SALES BY PRIVATE TO be DISPOSED the LEASEof a WINE VAULT in the of the first For further inqiiircTor Garrawayi the hours of eleveniaod with iuunedintc singularly neat RESI with ekgunt drawing and withdrawing opening with and the in like mani with suitable held for nineteen at only 81 guineas per The wetladspted fixturesto he included in the A Card for of Messrs UPPER with immediate pos pleasant small abounding with and iu excellent pleasantly situated I in Upper to Portmansquaie aud The furnitarc and tixtnres may be taken by or will be sold on the la Corent Il OF rasr INDIA STOCK f el tlif Resolutions of the Prn i India yesterday ut i 1 eiainiri1 the rariicst oppor i my poMlivr oftroing to the otl of ami I beg leave lu in i assurances to that if iucrrssful in it bo ms study to pvovc tnybilf worthy of which I am anxious to obtain a i of your I livi the 1ouour to with great Ladies and Your most dtvotpd JOHN April n AMIERS Committee meet ivery from elc at tlic City of London Bi where favourable communications will MEDWAY No that the next GE of the Company of Proprietors of MHii Mcdway Canal will he holden at the t in on Satur jjy of May M la at The lak u piviiselv at one May A A very couTciiienl HlLsl replete with every Mfcessary accommodation for a small Gpntci1 pleasantly situate in Lower contigu ous to The appropriate 1urniture and Effects to be takcu at a he viewed with which may be had of Cc vcut 531 LITERARY This Day is mafly printed in by HarSing pricaisfc A redte4 in the Theatre Oxford whicii is The Passage of the Retl H EB ER for and and John may by the sajne Lines on tbcprescnt Price MISS DUTTONS JrrtlXV Lately was in price bound 114 THE STUDY of rendered by a Plan founded on Experience the containing the Historyxof which conv pletes the dedicated by permission io her Majesty the Author aud Jobu in the iu oue ByTRANCIS On the tenth of ihis Month will prii LADY JAN E a lapeous in English a Author of a TronsWtwn of Printed fur John in ahe Of whom may beautifully printed by in Ivul royal in Translatiou of thr Satires of An elegant small LEASEHOLD R in perfect situated in the preferahlo part of contiguous to 1 he rlcgQiil and well adapted Furniture and Ktlccts to be takii at tair aud immediate possession may be be viewed from ilcvcn to by Tickets whch may be had of Kobinaj Covcut GRKAT contigu out to the with singularly flegiuit and very convruitnt with suits of two well proportiuiievl rooms on each noble drawing ai feit with the sicoiidary apartments of pro port ioiiiitc pleasantly tituatc ia the preferable part of Great The elrgant and will adapted farnitnre and effects to be taken at a fair valuation May be viewed from twelve till with an whicii mav be had of Covcnt IM V i iMKS uml MEDWAY in nhy that the Proprietors of the SHARES in this undertaking are an INSTALMENT of for each of such I he same in required to he pii tn the ill at the frinking1 OMe of M and iu or I hi31st of May By unler oi the M n I and I TV JACOB egs leave to inform the r1 liiat br cuitiuucs to give the full ralue in at oppositetiie Cannon Ta A Diaiuiul aud a pair of Drop H SitnatiiMi iu the D1L and i SOLD or an Established ItMSF i tlif above undeniably situated near tbc New Squarts has a iiilv Th which are n solvject to the low pound rent of 1 n Iartittiiars may be by applying at Ham outl Tongue Clemcnts elegant LEASE HOLD abounding with couveni happily placed in he preferable part of Jamess with a communication also from Dukc The house has 1een recently fitted np it great and is in perfect admirably calculated a Member of from iU proximity to flic House of or a small pentcel Tbc elefant effects to be taken nt a fair be viewed with a on application to CoYent Books published for ATILDA and MALEK from the Trench of Madauie Author of 4 price iu levity aud a in Tankcrville by a 3 in Choice Admonitions for selected the works of price The Harlciuu in Part to price to DCCOmplete in forty chronologically forming prirc in HOUSE TheAdmiralty Droits the Local Militia Completion and several private were brought the House of and reaiT a Sotiihj SfeipsCapture Bill was tead a third time and Counsel on theappeal canseof Ar nott John and James Professors of Me fttod other Professors of thtr thiiversity of Andrew The were ordered to be resumed The House In a abort time will be priuted for Joshua and Joseph Oxford j aud EURIPID1S IPHIQENIA iu tt ad Opthuorum Exero plarium tidcra Cum MarUlandi in et aliorum de Gnccorum Dcclinationc et Qucstio Grainmatica Explica tiooes locorum aliquot ct Lati cilia Episjolis dam Marklandi noiidum et Indicibus Lately and mny be bad as Juveouin Reizii Sophoclis CEdipiis ELEGANT MARINE handsomely and acres of and wood with fur a tenu of eight elegant called Bronsea tbc whole which contains 635 acres of woojl The house is commodious for largr and is completely with a billiard collection of The gardens arc in it high Ktote of with hot and succession a capital buttonshouses anii numerous in excellent Immediate possession may be The whole heM for a trrm of eight sub ject to the very low old rent of per from uhirh all taxes ore deducted be viewed with and further Particulars by application to Messrs Cove In and entered upon t and nearly Sixty Acres i i an extensive and biMiitifuI prospect i cm vale of Glamorgan and Bristol Channel i near half way between the two market iiCantilV ami and snrrouuned with an uvililKHirhood of respectable he bad of IM im or of and I from Wnr WK ti feels it to tx M fti for the very distinguished pa ivieivurt since his commencement in husi liiNnbrlity and and Ixes lenvt tom ilthuuh be has no his Head Dresses cunict imitations of as to need all and that perfect M fitting uot known but to those who from lave kad an opportunity of iiiiiii hiifisrlf that from ten years practice of Kucrcss at thnt he can conj ii any and solicits 8 trial from those who unUd his mode of and a conti 11 from his fntads who have already ho m Mith their Appropriate which is dnnu with the in the first stile of COT with about ten acres of eight of which are ond I he Copyhold part subject to o small This most enviable little Cottage replete nilli every suitable domestic kitchen and pleasure small farm coachhouse and sta Iiling fur three melon ground and hotbouse the whole in the most perfect or dir the which is neat and suited tn tbe may be had the premises are situate iu the most htal thy and dry and in no way afircted by beiii about half a mile from tbc he viewed by Tirkers to be had of Wclbeck FOR Public are most respectfully informed that the PRINCESS OF WALES Yacht will sail from near tomorrorv at halfpast and crcry following Friday during the Tiie Proprietor relnrns very hearty acknowledg ments for the encouragement given to thii and to assure the every effort shall be used to preserve their good This Vessel not connected with the but allows luggage as for This Day by Darton Qraee in price in TrARIETY and Essays con V sutiiuj of curious interesting Nar with occasional Reflections By just for A History of fiom the of he Reign of in to the Peace of Cauipo in in a series of CONTEMPORARY VOYAGES AND THE Ninth Volume of tiiip interesting Work is this ilay and may be had of all Book price iu The numbers of the former volumes which were out of print being BORIC of the plates complete sets in nine vo or any single volume may be of all the Book price The to be publixhed in at the Tenth Volume will bo commenced on the first of June and con tain several valuable and cuiious accounts of recent Voy nics and for Richard Now rpo El JL waut Jcutleman ID Business Cornerof As great satisfaction in being able to an nutto the and be cousiderable expcace employ and aiiled by local ASSEMBLAGE OF TOWN PRINTED for their ii arc peculiarly adapted to the present modi a it combines every of the most exquisite i kMgns aud patterns from the Pa antl Asiatic Schools of Taste and displays t i ricty of rich Damask Printed in 1 Blue Celeste and and other peculiarly lrairingrouui auJ Dining with corresponding Borders lv tT Chair to match and an extensive nvrii Plain of fast colonrs and Plain Kersrymcres and for the varied in submitlm the above to the inspection of iirls Cuntidcnt the eaperior quality kis lli very price be is as a Manu Hropriitur to chorge hopes he a of that patronage it ha been ijply of Patterns from the Manufactoryinay f clnfFtlay anil at his Warehouse aJ The Trtdc are also wishes to borrow the sum of by way of an for which per will be for or three secured on freehold property iu at the same time will remove his account from the house where he now keeps cash to that of the No letter will be taken notice of but from names of the Bret and the most honourable secrecy may be depended and likewise will be line ad dressed to to be left at the Half Moon will meet immediate present season of the year being the time of these filthy Vermin depositing their cpawn or which speedily multiply and ia the summer months become so tnmblcsome and difficult to can be now easily exterminated by using the Chymical Liquid without or any way disagreeable or injurious to fur may be applied with fy any person is wH to innny families and in the upholstery the first in the trade constantly using Sold at near Holborn and ihe TinARITHMETIC of REAL Tables of Weights and corrected and adapted to modern Obsolete and useless Rules and amuch larger portion applied to as practised by the Bro kers aud commercial Companies of thftCity of More Examples under each Rule than arc to be found in any othtr Logarithms applied to calculations of Com pound This Day is price with the full allowance to SYSTEM of PRACTICAL AltlTM aprlicabc to the present State xf Trade and Money illustrated by numerous Exam pics under cliicfly nilnptecl to the usu of the Author of Scientific Dia is intended to ob viate the complaint that ervry Youth on his leaving and into the Countingluiuse has luore to unlearn than he has lennit nlatlve to the actnal calcula of Every aud every is drawn froinxfal practice in the various branches of and the useless ai5d obsolete Rules wlueh have hitlirrtu pisfigwcil our Dooka of have given phiru in Hie present to the usages of real for Richard London aiulto he had of Edinburgh York Stod dart and Hull bubliiiantt al utlicr a Key to the containins al the Answers and most of the Sojiitiors wcrktiil at length for the re ference of Mastcis And sperdily Mil be the following necessary in a system of commercial A Dictionary of T rule aud by price A Grammar erf tbe Principles of Trade and by price A Sys tem of practical Book for by Mor of HOUSE OF MAY A Message from tbe Lords acquainted the House that their Londabips tad agreed to the ifiilisli Ships nut private from tkt BrilUb presented Ae Annual Accounts of that JOHNSTONE from the Chit f Secretary for Irelands presented accounts of incidents of tbe U gave that it was his inteutionto move that a moimmeut be erertctl to rtreme mory of Captain The LORD ADVOCATE of SCOTLAND brought in Bill for providing for the aiul Childieu of Scotch Mili tiautcn on actual WJBITBREAD moved that there he laid liefurc the House ail Account f the Terms on which any Rfgrimcnt or Corps in which Colonel Channilly was was raised Tand alsojhe Ternrs un which the same were dis WHITDREAD moved that there br laid before tbr House an Account of tbe Charges for the management of the StampDuhes in for the Jttst two up to the latent period to ulmli the same could be made Agreed HfSKistov moved that tlirre be laid before the a Copy of a Letter from HaiTisoay to of Stamps iu dated April WHITBREAD said lie had latejy been in fornred that very great abuses had been disco vered ttf prevail in the Excise Office in and the consequence that three 01 the Commissioners had been discharged from their He wished to know from the Riglit Hon Gentleman opposite writtrier this was a fact and nhat meastms had been adopted by Government to put a check to such practices he had heard complained of in future The CnANCELLoa of the EXCHEQUER in re ply that very practices hud been fonnd to prevail among some of the supe rior Officers of the Excise in and the consequence had that three of the Commis sioners had been removed from their and their places tilled up by persous every way qua lified for the and who were not likely to abuse their WHITBJIEAD that if any fnrthrriri formatron reached1 Kith on the lie would on a future day exercise his judgment whether or no lie should bring the matter before the Before he sat he wished to be in formed from the side of the whether it was the intention of to give any further information relative to the Dutch Officers in the pay of this country and he wished to know also whether Baron Hompesch was at the presenttime a General Officer in the British serrice The at WAR thot Baron Hompesoh was a General Officer in the British service and with respect to the Dutch he hid1 nothing further add to the inforina tipn he had army estimates RETURNS OF THE SICK WWtfOED OF THE AKMY KMPLOfSd JfT Lord TEXPLE tbaftBere be laid be fore cpjjiea to the Metliwl from of the army employed in Spam relatire the sfck and of that also for a re turn of the number since thereturn ofr i r L FOSTER objected to the and as an that Bill Le taken into further consideration thisdsf Alter some observations from Sir John and Peter in tiivonrof the in ara the at some u ara cHr the House divided For the Amtndmeut Ayes 33 Noes j Majority against the Bill 03 the motion of the committal of oohen Wnnufarturers Bill was postponed till Tuesday next on which day Counsel will be herfrd in biialf of thu brought up the report of the Nova Scotia Trade which agreed and the Bill ordered to be read u third time to rx ii he the army into this Lord CASTLEUEAGH objected to the oftheNoole for which he contended Ihere was hr Its would be to nn qncasiness and dissatisfaction in the there was no grounds A considerable degreeof sickness had undoubt edly prevailed in the army alter its return from Spain butit tvas no more than what hav been expected from the nature of the service t Tiie resolved into a Committee on tiie Martinique Sill the report was uml tiie Bill to be road a tlrirfl rilrYe second veadingof Bill was till The Duty Bill was rend a second to be compiitted as Wiis the Bill Tlic otluirOalcis of the Day were then diposed iud the HoUoC FROM TIIE DUTCH APRIL TIis tiie lunperor of Franco arrived at on the uiht 15th procredtd to ut tueive oclock at the of the ordcrixl the1 Bavarian troops to tuke ancient tien by Swan tinarmy niay Jo ia a coudition to cpiuiuence oprrtitioria with the greatest The Jrrench litudquaV tevs are to be from tu Ii and proceed The Austrians since they crossed the to have daily fortified and to be desirous lo advance Some blow can not fail to be strucji before Nothing of the kind taken place on the departure of the lait because the allied troops had received orders to retnjat on the approach ofjthe APRIL The followingcircumstances arfe extracted fropa the French The Emperor of Austria has iu his train 1000 which are to relieve the losses his officers raay the ovens which have been erected for the use if the furnish bread daily for men other ovi are to be erected in the The whole force between and has been estimated at men but this is doubtless an CMi We the llth that intelligence had then been received ut that that the enemy Hilvaiicmg in great force afong Scharding and Tiie General Normuim warwitli his brigade at Mat with Ins foreposts at On the oilier the headqua ters of General at Stutuhain were in like manner taken Tbe enemy the day repatrtd the bridge of Ottiugea but it had been destroy ed the same day by the The private letters by the Gottenburgh Mail of yesterday furnish some particulars not alto gether destitute of Licences continue to be granted at Stockholm to as well as till the 30th of persists iu not BlIsGLIYS BRII1SH This Day is in with Seventy Engrav executedchiefly SanrocV Howitt the Demy price iu boards the Royal with MEMOIRS OF BRITISH PEDS illustrative principally of their Habits of and Uses to Arranged arcwdiBrJti5Xhe System of By the Fellow of the LiuuiPan of A few Copies are takenoff1 on fine Imperial Vellum with the Plates beauti fully price This work not merely a compilation from ether but com prehends great proportion of orTguiaJobservationand The are entirely from original and seventy iu Amongst them will be found representations of ail ike British Dogs and of considerably more than half the atid In thecolonred the greatest care has taken to imitate the natural appearance ofthe ed for Darton and GracechiirelWBtreel John Walker Orme fLScholey anfl and JainesVstrect arid Royal ENTI ELDS MiW On the 1st will bo in duo elegantly printed on fine wove embel lished with a super engraved from an ori ginal painting by auJ utiraernusother price or ss halfbound in Astronomy of NEW ENCYCLOPAEDIA Circle of Knowledge and digested in a concise popular in distinct not only the first Principles of Knowledgevfor the Instruction of but Modern Discovery that is worthy Uie attention of the Philosopheror Man of By Authiirbf the New Proqounciug Dictionary of the Eienients of Natural assisted by enii uent profettiooal CONDITIONS OP The work Will be printed in on a fine wove Eah to contain a complete Treatise on some important branch of A volume he published every untif the whole Tbc work will probably ttxtend iut certainly not exceed Nuroeruus by fltst will be given ia tlie course of the As each volume1 will form a complete workof with separate it will he at ofi the panbaser to take any part of the work he may N yol containinff be pubKsUed June Printed for Thomas opposite Cheagsidej and Eiliulnirgli and of allother hi the United the troops had been and he the satisfaction to that by the exertions o the Medical the sickness was now total and the soldiers neier were in bettc or in a titter condition for A he did not conceive that the Noble Lords mo tion could answer any good and it migh throw a damp upon thfe tie felt it his dut to oppose WHITBREAD that having heard tha considerable complaints had prevailed relative to the want of military stores for the nse of th army in Ke thought that a strong reason why the returns moved for should be anc therefore lie should supportthe Lord CASTLEREACH declared that that was the first time he had heard of the existence of any such arid thought if there had beep any foundation for he must have hadsoine on the General supported the Aftera observations from the Chancellor of the Colonel and Lord Temple consented to withdraw his but intimated his intention to should he on fnr thit tbe had reacKed the inafleqiiacy of afrange which attention cpuld nottfe paia to oT appeared t6 that there be laid before the Jrlouse retiira bf the fi amber of Dutch tiie amormt ofallow aiid the form of the receipts on Dicli their aUpwancies me the Order of the e HouseJd6resolve Comrnitfee I of the whole House on the Irish tjbastabfe otijer which are tolabt Sir Samuel Mood aufleling an arnied vessel eultr the of On the lyth under sailed from iVJcrry huil notice to the event ofa war between the prjptrty of the caily by the two A dated Stocklu tiat in the Su April The Membcisof the irn rr turns aiii U is tliut tin will not be the i cluii n lieall on his as well as many of tliotUijy ami tliry calculate tlml oue will declare in his The late treatment of has procured hiui many from mere compassion for the present rulers lay all the blame upon him tu create a Relief that he is ami unfit to resume the crtn with a limited to be the wish of the people that ho should do but the revolutionistsare afraid of his Barou or some such name I is to bring forward the charges against him and Bwon the is expected to defend oid will be by Counts aud Toll but tow they will accuse cannot under thn existing Constitution clears him of all infringement of the laws of his country according to the resolutions passed in the time of his father the Kiug bas a right to begin war and make and in case of wtich here actually took place lav on contributions torikfend the It waa reported that the Cabinet of Pttcrsburgh was about changing Sir Samuel Hood is probably in possession of he island of in the A bom bardment was commented against it on the It was strongly recorrmended to his Ma estvs by some intelligent o actjuire possession of as a station roitXivhidi the Baltic trade truant be ndeSaaeeofthe opposition that would be given o British toromerce by the surrounding very about three leagues uf and half a league rom It belongs to the and jntit lately was garrisoned only with So biit ie force has since beeu augmented to It ay easily be findretained by that ower during the internal of riavttlopera ous in the lius the btipyrior ;