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Day (Newspaper) - May 31, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED AT SIX PR1CL SIXPEM N EXHIBITION of PAINTED uud i C O G from the School of the late of uear IB now at erery day twelve till fire oVluck by ap Raphael or Tickets to be lril Oil GLASSES and other EN at his stir CARTWRIGHT respectfully informs the that the uliove Place open Part A variety of aud Siutfli interspersed with the most admired Ducts ihiusclf and on his Grand Set of MD GLASSES after which she will give Recitations compaaied hy herself on a newly constructed unit The whole to conclude with an Display of PHILOSOPHICAL ly Inflammable open at Halfpact Seven to begin at Eight may be pliccK taken from 19 till 4 each at the Sa SALES BY PRIVATE A Compact with and with immediate possessing suitable for a mail genteel to Boggart and Broad GREAl GOODMANS The Right Honourable Earl of the Ld Mayor I and Su 1 James and Thomas K i rt rnilE ANNIVERSARY of tbe GOVER and FRIENDS of this CHARITY will be tfld a CITY OF LONDON on FRI the jd uf Juue MJX Isaac John James John Wright Dinner on Table at half past I may be hat of tbe and at and SAMUEL Joseph ECTORlALandVICARIALPREFER XV MENT to be Duposed within a mornings ride of the The with many otfcer render it a very desirable perpe tual property far any Colkge or respectable The incumbent it advancing towards Principals only will be treated and Particulars to such alone may lie learut of and Royal between the High Road to Brighton and LEASE of a very couipact aud desirable in a fine healthy sit an eminence contiguous to Box in the neighbourhood of several packs of so miles from with and fiffly containing together upwards of an acre held for 13J at a low be viewed with with further may be bad of Boggart and Broad street HATTONGARDENCapital with the rery valuable FDRNITORE and EF rery eligible with three elegant draw suitable with the sin gularly valuable and welladapted Furniture and Effects of a The Premises ore well calculated for a Professional be viewed with Tickets which may be had of UTERARY This Day is in ode foolscap price E CHCRCH and other JL by GEORGE Printed for Sasaoel Of whom etKimay elegantly printed in prim to Poena aftd Tata by the late ofTnefusii in iiYEcMittric in by Cornelias to OttfroL foolscap price in Isirfvol On Juae price LETTERS and REFWEdtONS of the Austrian FiddManhal Prince edited by the Baroness de STAEL HOpSfEIfJ containing Anecdotes hitherto H Catherine if Frederick the arid issferectinj Remarks npon the Tarks irauslated from the by Jbr Lea denhaUstreet of whom also nay or Italy a translated from French of Madame de Stael airthoniivpT iri 3 Ismo price in having succeeded his Father in the above lakm tbc earliest opportunity the Nobility Gctilry that ne has added to tbc is from he niijuiamjf a spacioos where every exertion will Be and every attcutiou paid tit those who shall honour ith tiirir DURWESTON Gloucester elegant small LEASEHOLD RESI iu perfect delightfully mtuated in the preferable part of toatijuous to Gloo The elegant and well adapted Furniture and Effects to be taken nt a fair and immediate possession may be be viewed from eleven to by Tickets which may be bad of IN JNCliJvlUENT ot a LI about H from in of about the a iial nf wishes to escUange it for a Living of rithcr iu or the Western pnrt fiut apply lo Blous tind 1 NewInn or to of K A iv i ULNG MAN from the where he served a a situatioa in either of the The most satisfactory references as can be post pniX addressed to Mr will be duly at fc respectable I i en bmughtup tqArmiog all bis wishes for a si I t Stowaid or anwtsigtaiit j havijig COM through at die piactical pJrts in Suffolk and flattrri him skall give satisfaction to his Salary r I of Thomas BartholooiuM V O within Thirty Miles of a good io full with or without jFur ruither particulars inquire of t at the mERRY be for three or five M excellent with id Ir real jjrart and TTPPER LEASEHOLD with immediate pos pleasant small abounding with and iu excellent pleasantly situated in Upper contiguous to Portmanujuarc aud The and fixtures may be taken by or will be sold on the to On was prico pur ticularly adapted for CumttinghDuaes and Commercial A SYSTEM of COMMERCIAL A entirely subject that has ever yet been raid before thepitfticj ex hibiting an extensive inquiry into the of the with a diffuse iUastration of every csOcalstiou that occurs in except from and confused usually taught in By formerly of the undertake at tbe earnest and Conducted with immediate assistance of many MetcBants und Brokers of the most extensive knowledge ami experience in the City of for Samuel Leadenhall street and sold by all dttier JAMESS elegant LEASE HOLD happily placed in the preferable part of Jamess with a communication ulso from The House has been recently fitted up at great ex and is in perfect admirably calculated for a IrTcmber of froBi jts proximity to the House of Com or a smoU genteel The elegant Etfrcts to be token at a fair May be viewer with a on application to This Day are illushaccd with a Map of the and six other in price LETTERS from PORTUG A L and written during tlie the British Troops un der Sir John an for and These letters contain an uccouutof the march and actions of the British Army under Sir John from the day of their departure from to that in which they embarked at They were written on the and immediately as the evects arose to which they Thty are offered to the public a simple and authentic account of the disasters und blasted uopca of onr of the fiiist armies that left the British VICINITY of MAYFAIR A singularly elegant LEASEHOLD RES1 which hos recently been fitted and completed in the present style of very desirably itttate in Chapejstreet The admirably calculated the resWenccif a family of The fixtures awl part of the olegant weiladaptuU fnmitnre btaken Iw with Cardr ic IKir tu Srt by appttcuiion to KilAT contiguous to UK with A smeolarly Capital II 9 with irad Land Ti I three compart FAMILY completely with of aB exotent gardens waaled Imd ttrrnty aorcsif meadow iii xtrnsve manor of withg Tu IK by ttt FarQ be Uztl of very convenient witu of twbwoilprciortionrd reffmS on u t wing 24 feet vith the ipirtratils f plftasantly sitaatc m the preferabljirt of Great The eksgant and wtiPidaptel turai ture to br takra at a fair valnntwu be rom twelre tnune with a irr whiclt JL the d a tint tbc Auctioaeerirgaud Apprbb ing which been carried on for a great mjui hetofyears none but principals will beitreptrt hb Letteiidirected to A at Mr 8t tholotnews post Be dtatcjy WM THE ANNALS OFSPORTING This Day is in small oh a fine drawing KnbeBUlttM with 29 carricatnre by price in extra HpHE ANNAtS of SP0RTLYG by CA A LEB snd his tarioua COMSDOB The Courtier 1st browwintonrsuit of his The Poet too often mounted on With f the Author hinnoar fairly rank of ChWpsSoV Mall Kcw BondstKfct nml Finsbtuysqrfare by thi Bcukstllcrs at the also liy Book Edinburgh and HAPITAL FREE HOLD oar of the principal be spacious FREEHOLD larjr and every coimmieucelfor a fa v uttlte firs sitnateln oaeof the prin fwl squares at tbe vVntrndof the wltbrcoach stabling adjoining the The two be let separately but tOfrrtber they I fcituntion for an hotel of the first ossfirii nrA Proprietor will not object to let thewfor Immediate possession may be by with njay be T elegmit LEASEHOLD siraate iri at the trance of arc in tlic must per fect elite of and Afar the rinincdinle reception of B ofthe first The House contains witk mitable domestic standing far large rolled hot and green and a field of knadow The ground plot of tbft wbolcjUpwartlstof eight for view SSyfie hail of El Bondstreetof Clapham and of North Mi AUTIFUL greatest blemisb to beauty U Superfluous Hairs on and HUBERTS ROSEATE Jiitely removes if anelegant ferftct and pliasant or tvofeuiae by the wlwlesale and COTenUgacden idstreet 5 Bowling and Croy3oa Hen Tichboniestreet Carding and Pmll 1 Bath Portsmouth fill and in every allowance to rORK and LEEDS aud Expeditions POST ft out from the Golden Charing Crossevery f ruing at half past ore breakfast at the dine at tbe Eaton sup at Gretham kfast at itic Red Doncoater and by jindYork by at rT fjur coachmen and the smine gnard ori3 50 throughout Every exertion been and will to be to render this best conveyance e Xoriu By GEORGE BOULTON and the Golden tbefolluwing many otlmt too aameroni to mention Post oniy one night f inorume North Wales every aad Birmingham orw Peat morming at and Oxford new Pos and 1tfort aad errry ibunr ad Oxford new and Little BaniptoB 5 TK AtfWckvw possession at chaelmaji or if LLtliatTaluatlevitJ truly desirable LEASE of NORTH FAMJBRJDGfi in norxpircd front Micuaclittas with posscesiBn Fire hundred and and Pasture most on aa at Nrth ven miles of the port of four 1iom 14 three market from Ihatnjnchadmireii retort for sea bat hi 4O wiles ofVbe prise with coaTenient spaciotis far so and ridingstatic for waggon cart liorae and a rery ior 24 and wVUarranRed other i JOHN DE Public are respect fully iiifbrmefl that the Copies of Cumberlands popular en titled JOHN DE having been sold tendays of hsfirst the samt has been apd is now in a price as before One Guinea in boards Printed for and Temple of the Of whom be Edi tions of the followimrpopnhr Works by tbc same Mrmoirsofnis atrn with Anecdotes and Charac tiw of hi J ConterapqVnries elegantly printed in royal with first imprcssioos of the a Supple anil price The elegantlj intd ips 1 or the Death of au Epic Poem elegantly printedin pocket with The in an Epir by lierland anil Sir Jnmes Blond elegantly 4 in a Collection of complete in i 2 u A fetr Plain Reasons farbefievrog in the R 1 ZOPlay8 theWTjeel of Port Finf Sailors tDnngb Hint to Cloodsv William of car dealer and June and Jury at at New William Francis of linendra dealer and June at at July at at and Coptball Richard of dealer and June aud July at at the Swale iiud Great or Benjamin Joseph Rosamond watch jeweller and Jone and July at at John of Great dealer and Juuo aud Juue at at TookV and John dealer and Juue aud July at at the Globe and Griffith aud Ldwer Henry of hatter and dealer and vhioe and Jury at at the Bridge Bridge and James July William of sack at at Thomas of at at the Rummer John of Shore at at Gnild John of potu at at of at at Sarah of at at Joseph of at at GuildhallJnne Thomas at at John Kirkby hauker and at at James Ltytfe at al Guildhall John of dealer and at at Jnne of at William of iJewarictrpoB at twelve It the Kinr Arms Inoj 2K Join Benson aad James of at at the Royal Michael of mercer and at the Kings Arms f of cleveuVat tbe Tiger late of at at we Tiger Evan of at at White Thomas Saul and John of at at George Rif of at at Thomas of at at tlie Royal Calton of at at Thomas of PARTNERSHIPS i Peter Agate and o f Nalhauiel Richard For esler and James of Aris Jew of DiaUi of NeHouy FROM THE LONDOIf MAT Jand snjwtaotially repaired at apartments eoiasist of rermM1 airy bcdrchainbers and other with with a Urge productive the highest state1 of eMtthratJom lying in rinfrfence and s The hod U in th shipping of 44tb from tte fifttli Fpoi ir Aaiosford t Major JohnCoape tbe 3d West India to be Cokoelv vice Thomas Cge 3d West lueiia General the fioynlRegiBKat Boyal Regiment of the able Jchn I Ith Garrison to 6a yice MniTnyv General Paviil Lietttrtanl Colonel ol the 18th of AfrrtirA Peart aad John of Soulh Sefton and John of Joseph and James of cotton Brown and John of Hill Swaoston aud Stepiicn of Charter John Abraham James and William of saw and Balcombo and of tbe Island of Haynes and James of BMTISH HOUSE OF MAY The Exchequer Loan Irish Irish Militia Sfiip and Irish MUitia Family Provision were brought up from tbe and read a first qfheBcolwellcraand Pnbushers Indemniry Bill was read ajsecond time when the reprobated tbe rtxeot jftts of the which tended tothe restriction of the freedom of the press and expressed early in the nejjt to move for their jre rnCWaroffifCj adverted agajjkfto the impropriety ofemployiog Cnk De that he Thurs day for afif inquiry intothat The Earl of hronght a from the King relative to the conditipn ofijfte Irinh and the inademiacy of the pryvakto for the inferior Member nn deft thcStatutoof Queen Tne was ordered to cousirkratioii next and the iwniinoned for tBat Scotch MWitia and the fs Divorce were delayedtill to of Bill for preventing tbeSsife andpurchase of nntttThursday The as tiafed at tk Gatftlet Juve vpt John Grant to be to Purfleet and tbe Windsor The Ship third time and The Long Judges tbeiasolveat Debtors were reaVI second oomnutrpd Message ftom the Lords brought their JT j J Suiugglmg and to ihe African Indemnity Papers and brought from the Boyal Greenwich the Office of and and of the Chief Secretary of were or dered o lie on the inquired rf thsCnainnan of y Etepa liad taken tod their enanloyniects some resolutions yet fixed been grapoaedj hwt a new Writ i of a Member fe iwhohadaci the Staff in PortngaL Sir Jons BeaarhampBUtai The of of enstmwOBe situation Beao CotBtnbisioaers of leiv bis iiuyyjiHincnt to the higher bituntion wbicb he now occupewwas thertfurr a vjoiutiun of the The moved a Resolution ex pressive of the disapprobation of the House at such a violation of public r FOSTER vindicated Hill from the cbnrge of wilful ae coiTiiption had been so long prevalent atquag tbe Revenue that it hod to be deemed They were awakened to a sense of their only when it had bmi explained to them by the lute Commissioners of As igno rance not that ignorance no longer bis appointment was certainly was astonished at the defence by the last Were such a precedent the mort injuriouo impressions would be made oir thV public He had heard since he came into that bis Majesty bod been pleased to annul the commission granted to Lord and be trusted that a similar step would be taken towards the removal of Beau champ CHOICER it was impossible for the Excise Of ficers in Ireland to have maintained themselves aid fa had ibey not been guiky of He waa authorised by Lord Frst Commissioner of tbe Excise iu Ireland to that he alone re for HUlg and that liad ad him solely fronVa conviction that be was the most and deserving officer to be founl m the Some observations from Peter Sir Samuel aud in support of tbe Re solntions aud Uunuas aud tbe Chancellor of in support of the previous Shr John Newjwrt The House then Finthe previous Against JXISH rose ta Tbake his promised Motion for the appointment of a infjnire into the sfatt of the tithes in After arguing at some on the impolicy of the present tithe synteni in tnd the necessity there tr an imnudiate revision of the he concluded with tbat an humble Ad dress be presented to his piayirg that hia Ma jesty would be pleased to appoint a Special CommisEiun to io to the manner in which tithes are at present collected in and other natters beoug and to report upon th DUVDAS cbjerted to the He thought it weuld hare a tendency to raise an expectation of relief in Ae minds of the ptople of which hereafter it might be found impossible to MAURICE supported the He considered the present mode of collecting tithes the great source of all the discontent in was per that nothing but an amelioration of that system was tranquillize tbe people uf that Mr PONSOMBY said the Honourable tbe StVre toTy of Siate for Irelnnd Mr Dnndas was newin his ond therefore it was not to bo expected that could hate much on the but itwas oaeKhe could assure that would force itself opon and be trould upou be attention of the House He admitted that the wns ona of freat delicacy nnd anrl net to bceutered upon iosbly but cousuiering the Irupusitionof his Friend perfttftly moderate and that it to leave tbe matter where it ought to solely in tire hands of the executive he fintlic and hoped his Fiirnd us indiictd to with Jraw but would take the sense of tbc House upon lUe r GRATTAS be shoe id snpport the Because he conceived sorjietninj onjjht to bt irorriTt flajpant olnnws the Olhe systnn in rrtlaud bnt he thought it would have been betifrif the proposer He doubtedif tbe nddrcss wera whether the eotn would be so constitute J esto report with perfect If it did auJ if tbe Cuiuuiissioners wouli oot so deeply into the rasv as it more mixchief tUan benefit might result from their aupoitt He for tbe as it would serve to shew the people of Ireland tbat there was a disposition to inquire into wiiat they felt to be their most intolerable and be hoped the House early in ibe next Session would take the subject into ita seriout The of the ExcHequBR and Lord oppossd Sir JOHN NETVPORT supported the motion at consider able as did Parnell baring the ouse divided when there For the Against Majority 71 MARY after some prefatory observa tion on the importance of the papers he wished to be layl before concluded by moving for the production of all correspondence that may have passed between the British Ambassador in America andthe Government of the United States on the subject of the late differences between the countries and algo copies of tlje instructions by his Majestys Secretary of State to the British Ambassador to the American CANNING expressed his perfect readiness to produce the desired and after some observations from aad the Motion was agreed WABDLE moved for certain proceedings of the Military Mexttcal relative to the appointments of differentpersons under tjiat in capacity of He stated that his object in moving for these papers waa to call thtr attention of the House to certain abuses that had crept into that department of the Military Within a few years past he declared that he could prove that which ought not to have charged with more than ten per had been charged at the rate of 100 per The Motion was agreed CORWES postponed the order of die day for the committal of the Seat in Parliament Bill until Thursday The Cuatbms Consolidation after a short wasreada third and Report of of Supply brought op and tbe Resolutions were ordWedr to be taken into further consideration tomor row The otber orders of the day were then dis ami tbe House adjourned at HALF Veiterrlay opt public of joy the prospect oC of commercial intercourse with The day was ushered in bja grand fejerat g which repeated at and at shipping iu toe harbour were decorated duiag the The with ;