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Day (Newspaper) - October 31, 1809, London, Middlesex 1 PUBLISHED EVffrY WfVjli tJ r r f 11 j PRICE BANK OF ni of the Governor and nf gitic that a at rir on Wednesday cirnn in tiUfottr in the LIT ike mHOJHiifr of tiiijnmin r ittit bf itdsred that rt in yrnr rrf lite reigu lii U fniiUfil tite at the said f Ifrn ai inrnilbi possessed in t far uuih Inilall fliea five lilt ivtc Xfhjll or have or titcrcssLm to an nitei i i tne civ or fiy any if of sha Dirirlrnrii It Specially d Ky ot SALES Peasant Public By Mr the Angel Crown opposite THE valuable LEASE with immediate pos of estabHstied and good accustomed PUBLIC pleasantly situated the Sooth side of Mile near known by the sign of the Black The Hoose contain jimnerouj apart with hat been hi the occupation of the present tenant and his family for near So and is capable of jreat A lease will be granted with common covenants for a term of SI years from Christmas at a groundrent tjf only 21 L per annum the landtar Purchaser to take the household funritnre and fixtures In the usual and the he INJSrkAXCi ot nf p R r i m N T Nublr the MzrquU of vjivrREiipt N r of I Viirojiit Dunrannon Wa Ktoke PRT and on the ynd is prinriplc to r the ci in which of this shire prulits equal Im all tht ical ma1 the by the sums Sanford Stoke in the county of This and following at THE genuine HOUSEHOLD FURNI three three thirtv nine sows and stone pigsj two two a a quantity of manure and various The Furniture comprises mahogany four post bedsteads and excellent feather and mahogany cellaret cheits of Pembroke and tea pier and other and a general assortment of useful ana Lori toaani Patrick M Magistrates and Cjty Town Officers oT otbtr ision ut corn tncriL j evi ry Mcm value for without being i T TT T r isnn A Votes for the coqjity of Seventyone freehold including George Public in S3 By at at 12 accoimt of the number of and very FREE The Admiral and resident Billies xrf LddCra their gowns Ministers of SoTtthaad The resident and The resident Billies of Eaperaoa Wester Tfce CterKkna Ffecalof Leit Dock Other official people connected with the The Wet DodrCbmJnlttee Master and Mqubcrs of the Merchant Corn Master of the Trinity and Maltmen and Convener of of A number of Naval Next followed the Mstsosic which also proceeded from the Rooms and Naval along across the Dratt BrIJge and Gommunication along the north of the to the place where tbe foundation Stone was to be on the nortbwtst angle of the accompanied by several bands of The Earl of as Grand and was supported by of as past Grand and tneEarJ of Deputy Grand the procession at two large phials were placed injije one of which as attended J J 4 H and were accompaniedtrythe Earls of Mohorr and a great number respeeP abie afterwards at the We have what the cqHectiorTamounted is At five of con sistiag the naval and and principal inhabitants ofthe Georgestreet Assembly the Lord Pro vost in the A number of loyal and otictoastswere and theevening spent loyal honour of the r j i i i severalGentlemen of a of the inhabitants was held in S where adutiful andaffectionate address to Iryithe his Majesty on ttotfhappy occasion The Address was moved theHesidentiaries of dfaL aird seconded Colonel iSto dieKing by the Repre torn present at Effe rioim a troqp of the 6th Dra goOHGuAdsi or fired dejoif brilliantly to the Common the The Gentlemenbelon very A beautiful elegant to which large parties of their parcncy illuminated with variqgatedlanips i TTT in front of the which attracted mqch The front of the the and his Majestys Printingoffice finely illu minated with lamps formed into loyal The New Theatre Rural Reading Rooms were likewise tactfully with The days entertainment closed with a display newerki on the Earthen The eve ning was fine and the streets were crowded with company till ten when the whole dis iirtrss into actual fees urc nor U any charge made inted in nil the Cities and Towns in Oreat M jr to the County Kire Managing N L L be rhe j plrasant HOU5iE in in good i iit Ihomas Christs i with convenient Premisesi within Ten Miles of to be D1S of Thomas wanted in the of he most respectable Houses in where and Retail Trade is carried on satisfactoryreference will be i loursc to d trfurnoN TO THE Just PICTURAL ukcn by an rxuct Situation of onr Grand Expedition in the hewing the difficulty of approach to Antwerp by Printseller to hu Ma r and the corner of At K same time was Wal ii cckbralcJ PORTRAIT of fnnn Lawrences cnjjmvcd by comlttfdandnow the Friends of charterer arc informed a Proof ieen at the where a Book is open to re iis names ui such persons as with the inrt br tttebest be by hUward Priauefiec to corner of Brookstreej jirooftbbe HILXs AOCTlON Full Value given for or on die if for immediate and redeemed from spld to the best to C5EORGH Auctioneer at and oldestablished Auction Mtc as Libuvc where a Sale by Auction is held for disposal of property in on able Effects Tallied in town or by the month or Efiects in SOLD pursuant to an tbe Court of bearing n fnade ina Cause wherein i and AMN ACNES certaii GroundRents and Leasehold county of and late the property Estates will be Mparate before SA Masters jot the hc day of between tlie and four oclock in the arthe Public oi thj said in Sonthjmpton i roaf behl3 BulWiilgsBfbre Philip Kinds Benth Tenaot f and Grays 1 to in GardenCourt and Nirl Brick EHvcllinJ in Wentworth 83 to 9G Part let on tie remainder to tenants at an of the annual value of near IOOOL Afry part the Estate maybe treated for by Private by applyin to the or the To and at the JJank at 12 ALL the STOCK of Thomas Hard warijman and of Fenchurch Bankrupt comprising plated candlesticks ant large COO pair of spurs japanned trays and cannisters and japanned ware silver and gilt gold seals table and pocket Morocco carJs o very fine several casks of Dutch 50 dozen of old two of frying containing to be sold foi Commercial Residence and within three minute walk of at Garrawaya at very valnable and desirable LEASE for L S3 with immediate of an excellen Commercial or Professional with suitable do mesdc complete and excellent cellaring situated Green three Genteel arid Lemah Qoodnians immediate BURTON at at A Genteel RESIDENCE and Ccmnung situated vicinirjof the biinj adapted fji or profruiofial The Premises are ii excellent and COHUIII four drawjngrojru front aback and rcqvisite domesi These Premises are heU on lease foV 2J at a moderate Pentad Residence rt Garra it by dlrectionof the I HZ with early nf a A genteel comfortable Brickbuilt pka antlyiitnate In a neighbourhood truly msrly opposite White Hart The Premises arc replete with domestic neatly in perfect and include four principal and two servants dressing drawing spacious good proportioned dining breakfast communicating with 2 JTCCTI an entrance andsuitable domestic arranfrments a walled in These desirable Premises are held on at a moderate rect Patent Marine By at at without by direction of the Assignues William Overhead Baron Von Doornick A Lucrative and very beneficial being the Patent for 14 years from the 19th of Decem for the Manufacture of whicbpossessesibe peculiarly advantageous ijualjty of washing in sea and and of which ample testimonials will be produced at the It from the great national benefit and general approbation of this now brought to together with the advantages already it must be considered as adecirable Pjtersburgt at Lloyds at FORTY Tons P E T E R S B U R G H new assorted in convenient WELLING to SCOTLAND and the NOR Ill nf by new most excejlcnt from the i iisjing Bell Lndgite ry at reducedfares J 1 KNARESBORjD7 BARNBY SCARTWNG BUClUJtlV ana rheGolden thu foSowmg others too nunJferoOite and Post id tSeMaH as usaateyery and NorthWales erery at v aad Oxford Mail vv apJ New antf only rrool Post only One Nlgtil d and Chj f e Sit East hie ofWi By GEORGE BOULTON and Furniture and late EBh and Flachcf on thVPre facing at by order of the genuine HOUSEHOLD FURNI JL gold and two double barrelled an and various ef of comprising aneat assort ment of fucniture of the usual The accounts which have reached us of the ce lebration of the Jubilee ia the northern wes fern parts of the marked most gfatifymg of distjngnijhed loyalty and ar dent and all the towns of Cornwall and the national burtt of patriotisro was splen arid universaL are tht length to which these accounts irom noticiiignieEni We chetrrully a eonsiderajble pottiqn of our Paper tp manifestations equally honourable tp peoples At eight ocjook thefanniversary of hii Majes tys entering into the 50th year of his reign com mencedy was m with the ringing of all the bellsoTrthis rity At aifferent Lodges in this city and to attended by miHlary tween nine arid the whole intended to walk in procession to laj the founda tionstone of KjngGeorge the Thirds onjtne nbrrhwest angle of the present wet proceeded in from the As serably Rooms and Naval in the Following Constables of EfUfltargl Banff of City word and qpntained an ahnanack olUje present and copie of all the Ediobnrgh newspapers the other trontairied all the of hisfpersod widiout die smallest riot or Majestys previously inclosed f in and above phials were placed two the following CITT s Regi opt Vinutes Tarn suo Imperil In GEOROIO sit Gives przfecto iterum Gu u o Hoc Monumentum posuerunt To the best of the Fathj by his great f always endeared io in dangers and dUpcv British to GEORtrJ of his which Bod in the second year of the William rejoicing with Jiis well as publlt Cln prosperity the of the ODg the 50th year njoicing with this 25th t Ou Uie was engrlVed a list of the pre sent Town MASONJO On the of In tlid Vejir of our Lord 1 of Masonry Tke Right Hok of Past Acdpg Grand of the Grind Lodge THE FIRST STOME OF THIS For The security of the extended comrrrerce of the jPortof Lehh On which his Majesty King George Third Entered into the ioth Year of his RjHgn Being choseo for the Foundation of WJiicn is to bear his Royal That a worl of public Founded amidst the universal thanksgiving of a feppy and grateful i Might as the most suitable The accessioa of a To whom at all times the most acceptable iionjzge Is that which marks the increasing prosperity of his On the a list the present office bearers of the Grand Lodge of Scotland en Tbe geremony commenced anthem by the after which tbe acting as Grand a moSt ex cellent Tbe Grand Master then the other to lay the applying masonic travels to the different parts of having three ktwefcswith the die three here wirri every de monstration of attachment and At eight oclock in the morning the groat bells of the City commenced and cOiuinued till At Half past ten the Lord and with the Ministers of the in their gowns and Lord Dean of Guild and Members of the Merchants Deacon Convenor and Members of the Trades Lord Rector of the University of and tie Principal and in their Officers of the and 6th Lanarkshire Local in rhe Town and werit in grand procession to Georges where an excellent ser mon was preached by die Porteous an sung by die and the Anthem in full The procession then retttrned in the totheToVir The streets were liaedSy thepeitrrfSnentStaff of the beforemer tioned Local twelve till two played on tfte mask Atsix the Magistratesgave a Town numerbady enthusiasm Und joy m every cojfnWnaiiceV Affet ashort Lord constitritionat ghreaiy his were with Stirlift MtlttiE rjjdytnprfppropnSte the were The company broke up at eight when was a brilliant display of the and theL oJ were successively dflliiered tie Grand poured usual hjffirigi given another anthem wfiich the Qrand oaejof the most heard on a similar oc casion to whiehthe a suh able The cerenony conchlded Wrtb salute of 59 from theiwest wall of the aril fired by returned Assembly batthe masonic part was first of the brethren ei the Naral opened to iiewghtJbid and ihe Grand Lodge the whofe eing procession Pnnce of ooflXioyal detachmpfit the nodiwithstJaudmg he crowd of spectators which were1 pre and Jof perilous no accident happened during tbetere The ships in theharhonr and tifully decorated and tbe igerta lying inthe east cad of iht manned their atfdlalntffl the it andmanyof the ships were with genteel orapantesi J At the Castle of the Thetroopfc in gamsoaverA aba drasm up on the Gorntnanderin hief and one tfeasiRcryaL tie and Wuess rtheir Tlie public buildings throagliout die city were splendirfly artd a vast number of beautiful TranspartAicies were exhibited in course of the The exhibition oftransparencies and public illuminations continued till between1 ten ahd During the coarse of the even die streets werecrowded with spectators thedifferent devices Notwithstanding die high prevailed durinfe the whole and vast quantity of public and pri vate fireworks consumed on the we rejoice to riot only that ncrunpleasant ac cident but that no confusion nox tendency to excite disturtjance was The crowd dispersed about teri mirraiglit the streetswere perfectly quiet and f A greftt ntnrtber of parties vdined in taverns hononr of the which was Spent with and convi iriGttig IfTpxpressiorfs of joy and at in bestlrriprrles of their wishes for fehglife and happiness of our good old Ift the Town Hall the following lines were On this autpicious JjeteVry Briton this r Trladlj diBsigfe well our hallsr looksdown Pg reip L t j rbtEHQ a Kings jfronLthelr ttotenes ire 0 the maj hb life to invited The Ward of at the Wheat at die at die Golden day Market and utdie Falcon at all of and true consti tutional cheerfulness universally A very large consisting of upwards of Gentlemen and dined together at ClaiVo Sir in the Tlie tables were every deli cacy of the displayed with Unusual taste and The were of first qua lity aud the and de monstrated the warmest principlesof loyalty and to our good and die Constitu tion of our Country and were expressed with that and which the occasion that brought die company toge could not fail to The Band from the Barracks attended during the and played many tunes with dieir usual Handells Coronation Anthem was performed in a most masterly and suppppted in the vocal parts by the Cathedral Colonel and the Ojise and Der wcnt Volunteer had an excellent dinner at the York which was served up in a very han4sqme The Lord and several other were An ex cellent dinner providedat Etridges to a company of There also parties todinner at various other lans in The debtors in 64in adequate to their to con vey their gratitude to his Grace the Archbishop of this for kind and act of a liberal distribution be made amongst them guineai to be laid out in through whose kindness they were enabkd to join and to give vent to which every true Briton for jusvirtuous beloved 4ets like die must tendto cement more if the affections a brave peo to andto every CJcnreniment of Also the priseners on die 53 in liave liberal distribution of beef and given to them by and the Governor of the poor ancJ three men belong ing tr hospital 20 boys clothed and educated inthe Tree School and six educated by the said attended Divine Ser with thestewardj antl were widi the tradesmen who work for the regaledwith roast beef and malt by order of the in honour of our beloved Sovereigns entering the 50th year oT his and spent the day with the utmost harmony and They hereby most respectfully take the liberty of returning their unfeigned dianks to their fortheir plentiful The Brotherly Society assembledat half past nrhe in the mqrningj and went in procession to the Cadiedral in the membersmet in dieir where tns frllowing toasts were The with three times three The and Royal with cheers The of York The Dean and Chapter of Yoric MT Sykes Sir TheWooden Walls of Old England The Land we live The immortal memory of The national songs ofGvd save the Rule Britons strike and odjer appropiate were and even ing in the spirit and mutual which have vever been the characterktics of We wese extremely Eappj request oLthe Lord Ma na i m rt 11 in t wTn rt fi andficeAajfet i of thei Magikrares and Comdl vent into the Council and voted f Tvftfl heartland colJetrJoni towaVdi t catfort 6f andJSail this anounted ro 80K 1 l In citythe mommg was firing anji the display of jflags from the differoatyarith At fine oclock the CorfKfttXiita at tfie to The of indent were in dieir to die indigent that tvnsh La die a ffe inlefitJons fejeen ful to between die above on tijis there is anji on Jubilee day be applied for the relief of the indjgentpoor during the hardships of Fast Lord cendtealkin his TheCa the Mayors T Briggate and down Eirkgate anrr marched up pinsh to ;