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Day (Newspaper) - November 17, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX NOVEMBER 0 w S V November die ici Ministers will preack at the above pUcc the ATLEY in the the 1 HKCMVN and ir Uie the AN of Sub a JtioD of the is the intention of the London that four of rhr ibovf shall he preached at the piacr tile year and the attention of the Jewi AA Gentleman ot and established wishing tahr an actire will be treated en honourabls liberal by the it commerc f bcsinen in the with Ten extensive connections moit satisfactory references will be and of stating real mjne and directed K will meet every due and proper L I LlNDY lOOTt IRISH FOOT and in order to obviate the which thost in the Tobacco Trade ha SALES BY AUCTION THIS KALE SQUIBB respectfully inves the Sale of HOUSEHOLD Urge and other advertised to take at Ms Grrat ThiiDay and Tomorrow Jj UNAVOID until Tuesday and fallowing at The effects may be viewed on Household Grand French and JffeetaBy ES on the CaTendub This and following at by older of the without reserve elegant HOUSEHOLD FURNI i compriiiiij handsome fourpost and canopy chintz goote feuherbeds rrrnr bnldiqS drawingroom mitt of damask and chintz iiit cotton full sized Grecian tttriuir and DIilrrwinpnoom larje pier and chimney bronzed PRICE SIXPENCE received frm them in its original bririjf to afford the most liberal encourijument to those v ii sell JTBLLEE HEAD or RUSSS HEADS OF with which the Fashionable UorlJ have recnvrd ROSSS New and the wiurh univcrsiJy attended his ornamental p retTrJiently di linfuifh him above compe IK rtudious to the priiici f lU he it length been enabled to intro J t tljblic one uf the most extraordinary discoveries of tlut human miajination could i and which hare ohumid the appellation of Rcmi Kjia uf Ar to thr perfect ncm the superfiri of the tkin arui complexions oftlir most astonishingly and ap he ground work j upnn which the hair ii Evtry partirlr Is so admirable constructed ai to admit Lf lost minute without tlie potability of dit t ri nd the whole is te cxquuitrly at to f hi scf ul comfort aud elcjajice of with the most V of inland Coals of excellent VV q 1itjr md called Moira from the i liei of tie of ktoira on Ashhr are now y Mi at tlie Irongite public at i bet i the Grand Junction Com t wliom mjy be StaOord Cculj and of excellent from 1 i and Wood and Warwickshire 2 s Aiul at the same India Brtwirs aud ali rcijuire jrent may be strppUed by Homer rvh tue o long and celebrated fuporor quaihy in ttandlug the most and o jny or with a cement to lay them o fire longer than iny bricKi erer offered sicipcd with the makers f ilj hy at tht some Bilstone f WI and French ornamental fine prints telrct library ot English Tlie property of Lady Car numerouj other lately Genuine tfoiuchold Kitchen By opposite the rcmored frorti at without by direction Of the Ass of John Variety of excellent HOUSEHOLD cornprisinf pier bedsteads and Wrimir kitcheu a kitchen good beds and a few articles of household arid Various A T j of Mtpirior Jnd of all fronun t s to ftci Cprtst will be duly attended AND OTHER A CAUTION T New rnvenuuand Patentee of the Lamp so much sought Spiral ViiTci tike on to ckansc vrtthoot axpepce fitcnt u state to tie Kobllity and Ii ill thit Ly Lamp the most elegant mean w mid not in length of time sustirn the leatt ir i the fcrtid iuiuvia smoke arising Xrod tkit oil entirely consumed in wiiieh f thereby reu noir triljiant and unequalled by tbt HjHl of my other Lamp one Burner producei the light of at die exoence of only The demand A circulation of these Lamps has fiven rite to DOiqeroui i uj iji ioii on the the sclen arc traced particularly UUw and and Ironmongcrj the ouly and real Patent have SmetUuratt name a label on and are to b seen and fold excln at his where there are the jrcateit Ta nty of tlpani Pattemt in tlie Metropolis for all purpoiet wlierc lijfht it OU Brut Lampss haring altered tb new and one kept burning daily for Genuine Spermaceti Oil for the above R and joint for the late State return tbiir most grateful acknowledgements to the for the hifh encouragement they gave to the new for Drawing the Lottery in and to assure that it has fully a the expectation of by doing away attendant on haTe been so much com They beg leave to recommend the New State which is on the same will be drawn O r Hth February Only Tickets oT each 4 Prizes of Prizes of 1 30 100 SCO 44 SO Tickets and Shares arc HJW on Sale at the old of Bank and facing the Kings by and Co Professional Gentle Houtc and Land or uf are reipectfufly remind KATLSS WEEKLY ESTATE AND HOUSE Iubliibed punctually even MONDAY I ovincial and Ajents for Mevleri Library ard Reading Jsmet Drightons and Megyy 2nd William Gilbert and bivewriglns Reading Wettons Library and Reading K Hargrore and Henry Exchange Akenhemd and Berrjand N AbeL Chronicle Ifalcer and Fletchers Reading Andrews and to Todd and London Printed for Jamrs where AdveTttorienti are and K br Kirhy and Wearing DriedOx By at the Commercial at 1 1 by direction of the rpHE neat and genteel HOUSEHOLD FUR N1 a large Turkey a Brussel a in mahdjany a set of mahogany dining circular card suid Pembroke ma hogany and chamber fourpost and tent bedsteads gooie feather beds and wearing and kitchen By LEIGH and it their opposite This and 1 following Days Sunday it E very valuable LIBRARY of of near latrly de containing a very capital coilcction of modern publi cations in all tlie departments of Surgery and Mtdiciue Voyages and Natural and Majesty the King of his Majesty the Emperor of all The high con tractino parties will make it their chief study to maintain a perfect harmony between their and and will carcfnlly avoid whatever may hereafter disturb the union so happily His Majesty the Emperor of all the Rus sias having manifested the invariable resolution not to separate his interests from those of his and his Swedish Majesty wishing to made no requisition of aiiy kind whatever ort tlie inhabitants and the Russian army shall draw its supplies and subsistence from own magazines established in die towns of cs Both during die the Imperial troops die the penetrated in other uirectinn into kingdom of diey shall evacuate countries they occupied in viituo of die be fore stipulated All the prisoners of war made on either in favour Of his all the extent possible i by sea Or and ajesty die Emperor of the and Majesty die King of to die advantages ot the promises and en gages in the most solemn and binding to nothing on his may tend to die prompt coriclniiori of peace between him md his Ma King of Ita Denmark and by die means of die direct negociations already commenced with these His Majesty die Ring of 5n or der to give an of his desire to re new the most iuthnate relations widi die august allies of his Majeity the Emperor of all the promises to adhere to the continental widi such modifications as shall be more particularly stipulated in dir neeocjation which is about to be opened between and 4 MeSnwhUe his from the exchange of die jraJaEcationiof die present to order that dip ports of the kingdom of Sweden shall be bodi to the ships of war arid merchantmen of Great with the exception of die importation of Salt and colo nial whictt habit has rendered ne cessary to the people of His Majesty dig EmgerdrVji aH the Russias promises to icatkm which his allies Star cbniiderjust and fit J the hostages deli vered during the shall be restored in and without as speedily as possible but t die latest widlin difee reckoning from die exchange of the ratifications but if any pri soners may be prevented by or other from returning into their country within die period Jiall not thereby be consi dered asliavingforieitedthe right stipulated They shall be obliged to discharge or to give security for the debs they have during their with the inhabitants of the in which they may have been de The territories wftfe rfiff Empire in virtue of this being attached to Sweden by commercial relations which and re ciprocal wants fuve rendered almost indispen sille the high contracting desirous of presLn ing to their subjects these meant of mu tual agree so make arrtngo nients as be necessary for consolidating In the mean until diey come to an understanding on this die Fins shall have die power of importing from smittd stones for building general all the other smelting and in productions of the of In return the Swedes may export from wooden utensils of all wood for in all the odier productions of the soil of the This traffic shall be reestablished and main tained to the 1st of on the footing as it was before the sliall be liable to no or with die reservation of such restrictions as thepoKtical Poroea or Pcrtsmooth and Farlington Water Kcanet and Bath and Bristol Rochdale and and Folkestone Corutltu tiopai and Banksldc Gai and haglc Fire Office By at at in C EVJiRAL SHARES in each of jJie above O Particulars at Garrawrjys mid of Old An eicdfcm of By at their Spacious at Colkction of FORFEITED AR One gold nrp toe enodefA brilliant fine capital cfe j ant black andgrhite iaee veils aad rich ihalv U quantity if prw suf ladies mcns wearing table and bed silk and cotton a and other niiiceUaneoos Stock of Wines Utensils in on Fiuikury at by order of STOCK and UTENSILS in of Dzvid Wine and Spirit Merchant comprising several pipes in the wood and bottles of highly flavoured and Teat also about 250 gallonsof excel lent aad two norsheads of several hogsheads of in cask and The Implements in Trade consist of numerous large and smaller 5tW dozen of empty saw scales and coopers a hand harness for two a quan tity of old and a variety ol use ful The Wines may be tasted one fay prior to the and the Utensils at the same when Cata logues may also be had on the Premises of and Old Jewry and of Austin TO ab YOUNG K years of wishes Tor a situation in the or West the East rfiU have the Respectable will post for Thomas at Towjlsend and will be immediately at undtd to be admitted in with respect to commerce and mercantile His Majesty the Xtng of as well for himself as for his to the dirone and kingdom of renounces irrevocably and m in his Majesty the Empe ror of all the his successors to the dirone and empire of all his rights and titles to die Goverrrrnerit hereafter which have been from the Crown of Sweden by the arms of hi Imperial Majesty in the present war The Nyland and Abotand with tie isles Savolax and Ulea an3 part of to the river of as shall be fixdd in the subse ofuent article in die of die fron These with ports viihigev as The expences which may have been incurred by I relations of the two sutes may render the High Contracting for all subsistence I The annual exportation of and rrKtintcnance of the shall be reci tachetwerts of corn purchased in die ports of the procally and prtnision shall respec1 Culph of or of the belonging to lively be made for their and the is granted to his Majesty the King pence of their journey to the frontiers of both Sweden free of tte export on proof being where Commissioner for their Sovereigns shewn that die purchase has been made oa hii shall be directed to receive The Finland soldiers and seamen on the well is all the and shall henceforth belong in full property and sovereignty totheTEmpire of Rus and shall with STATE TREATY OF PRACK AND In the name of the Holy and undivided His Majesty the King of and his Ma jesty the Emperor of all the equally ani mated by the desire of causing the advantages of Peace to succeed to the calamities of and of recstablishmg harmony and good upderstand ing between their to this pointed their Plenipotentiaries his Ma jesty the King of Baron Count Louis Bogislas Christopher de crae of the Nobles of the Kingdom of General of Infantry of the Swedish Knight and Com mander of the Swedish Grand Cross of the Order of the Knight of the Order of of AleiaruScr and of Arme of the first class tod Andrew Fre derick Colonel and Commander of the Order of the Sword and his Majesty the Emperor of all the Count Nicholas Ro actual PriTy Member of the Council of Minister for Foreign Afiairsy Minister of actual Cham Knight of the Orders of Stl Alexander Grand Cross of the Or der and of Anne of the first Grand Eagle of the Legion of Ho nour of Knight of the Royal Prussian Orders of the Black Eagle and Red and of the Royal Dutch Order of the Union and David actual Knight of the Grand Cross of the Order of Wladimir of the second and of Anne of the first after the exchange of their respective full found to be good and in due have and hgred upon the followinp ni rrir J 11 I O er of the Royal IoucTori and by al the Pro Agcnti of whm tie RlrectnrT be had of BowkseOen tiroutbout the Uufed There shall henceforth be and good understanding between hit To this effect his Majesty the King of Sweden in the most solemn anc obligatory as well for himself as for his the Kingdom of to make any ckiirBdirect or indirect on the said govern and all the of which in virtue of this be relieved homage and oath of by which they were bound to the Crown of The sea of Alarrds Haf J the Gulph of and the rivers of Tornea and Muo shall hereafter farrn the frontier between and the kingdom of The nearest islands ut an equal distance from the mainland of Aland and Finland shall belonp to and thuse which are nearest to Swedish shall belong to The most advanced points of the Russian terrir tory at the mouth of the river of shall be the isle the port of and the peninsula on which the town sf Tornea The frontier shall then be extended along the river Tornea to the confluence of the two branches of that river near It shall then follow the courpe of the river passiiig in the front of Muonio Nui and to Norway In die course of the rivers Tornea and as it has been the islands situated to the east of tlie Thalwag shall belong to Rus and those to the west of the Thalwag to Immediately after the exchange of the rati engineers shall be appointed on each who shall proceed to the beforementioned places to fix the Kmlft alongthe rivers Tornea and according to the abovedescribed His Majesty tEe Emperor of all the Rus sias haTing alreadygiven the most manifest proofs of the clemency and justicewith which he has resolved to govern the inhabitants of the countries which he lias by and of his own spontaneous assuring to them the free exercise of their part of his Majesty the Emperor of ex cepted from this with reference to the capitulations which hare taken if they grant them a different The military and other natives ot who maywish to shuil enjoy that and the full exercise of all their rights orer their and effects which they have now or may hereafter have in the kingdom of on die footing of die lOdi Article of present The Fins now in as well as die Swedes now in sliall he at full liberty to return into dieir respective and to dispose of dieir rnoveable and un without paying any duty of or any odier impost due on die like The subjects of the two High Powers esta blished in eidier Sweden or shall have full to establish themselves in the during die space of diree from die date of the exchange of die ratiication of die present Treaty but sliall be hold to sell or during the said to any subject of the Power whose dominions they desire to prosperity of those at die expiration pf the above have not complied widi this he sold at a public sale by au diority of the and the produce there 9f delivered to the During three years above it shall be allowable to all to make such use as diey may of the peaceable enjoy ment of which is formally secured and guaran teed to They may or their pnss freely one State to the in order to manage dieir without experiencing any Obstacle whatever in consequence of dieir quality of subjects of the other There shall henceforth be a perpetual obli vion of the and a general amnesty for die respective whose in favour of One or other of the high contracting Parties during dre preient may have rendered them sui pected or liable to No trial shall hereafter be instituted a gainst diem on such or in virtue of his Years of scarcity in which the exportation shall be prohibited are but the quantity in arrear in consequence of such may be made up when the prohibition shall be With respect to salutes at die two high Parties agree to regulate them on the footing of die most perfect equality be tween the two When dieir vessels of war meet at the salutes shall take place in conformity to die rank of die in such a that he who holds die supe rior rank shall receive die first which shall be returned gun for If die commanders are of equal no skdute shall take place on either side before and at die entrance of the party arriving shall salulj and the wlute shall be returned gun for Difficulties which may arise on points not determined by this shall be discussed and settled by or Pleni potentiary respectively who shall be guided by die spirit which has dic tated die This treaty shall be ratified by die two Contracting Powers and die ratifications ex changed in proper and due form widiih four or sooner if reckoning from die day of the signature of die present In faith of the in vir tue of our full have signed die present Treaty of and have diereto affixed our Done at dais 517th of Sep in die year of Count NICOLAS DE DAVID Count ABSTRACT OF THE NEW 1 to Government of Sweden shall be monarchical and with limitation to the issue The King must be of the true and must govern con formably to this and with and by the advice of i Council of State Stats Rad If any process hare been the Jvfembers of which arc to be appointed by the it shall be annulled and and no new who is wholly exempt from shallbe All sequestra but tlie Members for their tions of property or revenues shall in consequence i The Members must be natives of and of be rmmediately and the property shall the true evangelical The Council shall be reserved to the owners it being well underi consist ol Nine the Minister of stood that such as become subjects of either of the State for Judicial the Minister of Sure two in virtue of the preceding for Foreign six of whom shall have no right to claim from the Sovereign tliree at least must be civil and the Chan of whom they have ceased to be a subject the ani cellor the TJie Secretaries of Stare nuities of pensions which ma have been obtained j have a seat in die whenever in virtueof act i of or appointI case belonging to dieir respective departments ments preceding A The and other public and tlie aud cbartsof and devol ed by the present treaty to his Majesty the Em peror of all the including the charts and shall be uncle A father and a or two brothers cannot be Members of the Coun cil at die same There are four Sccretnriet of one for die Foreign Depart one for the Home one for the Exchequer or Financial and one for paperswhich may be deposited in the Surveyors Ecclesiastical All the affairs of e diloai or fori shall be faithfully delivered up within die space of months or if that period should be found too at the latest widlin one Immediately after the exchange of the die high contracting Parties shall remove all sequestrations which may have been placed on the property or revenues of the respec tive inhabitants of die two countries and the puj lic establishments dierein The bodi public and con tracted by the Fins in Sweden alid vice by Government except die diplomatic or foreign ana the immediate command of the navy and shall be submitted to the consideration and decision of the assisted by ar least three exclusive of the act ing which number is required to con stitute a Council of for tie transaction of A minute ihall be made of all die proceedings of the every Member pre sent shall be unconditionally bound to give his advice but the privilege of deciding is vested in the by virtue of his may On the signature cf the present information thereof shall transmitted imme and with the greatast to the Ge nerals of respective and hostilities shall entirely cease on both both by seu and Xhpse acts of hostility which may in the mean time be shallbe regarded as and shall not infringe this What ever may durins the intervening taken or conquered on the one sido or shall be faithfully Within four weeks after the exchange trte ratifications of the present the troops of his Majesty the Emperor of Russia shall evacuate West and repass the river During the saidfour there shall be January and his Swedisli Majesty considers Swedes shall be on the or dissent from anv m himself thereby dispensed from performing the terms and conditions tion to the votes or opinions of all tne odicrwise sacred duty of making reservations in The subjects of either of the high con But in the possible event of the decision of his die above respects in favour of his former sub tracting to whom inheritances may fall I Majesty being repugnant to th constitution and inthe states of one or die without die Members are required by the most so obstacle take possession of the and enjoy it under the projection of the The exercise of this in is subject to the stipulations of article in virtue of which die Proprietor shall eidier fix his residence m die or sell die inheritance widlin diiee The duration of die Treaty of Com merce between the highcontracting parties being limited to die 17di 29th hi Ma jesty tlie Emperor ccrnsenis not to obligations to and in case any Members opinion shall not be duly such Member shall be deemed guilty cf coun selling and abetting the King in his unconstitu tional 9 to ISBefore any appeal can be made to the King in it must be submitted to the Secretary of State and a Council specially ap pcinted for hearing Ministerial or political affairs are to be considered nnd decided by the who in the exercise of his prerogative icsiy uie c reckon its interruption during the war and that j take the advice of of State for Fo the mid Treaty shall continue in force until the j reign and the Chancellor of 1st MSth of with respect to j who are responsible for The KM r A JL I J i i r r every thing not contrary to the dispositions of j conclude with frrein powers the Commercial Manifesto risued at St Pswfs the said Minister cf ard Chan 1 Tte preTioas to his dscirmg war ;