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   Courier (Newspaper) - June 5, 1809, London, Middlesex                                Ll;!- ^jjuviumt fliid Insprction, al llie .Mi-ejiiig �wt:-;�,�.mrntfliid Inspection, al uie i\ii-eTiiig fiuu^e in h.iiike-.i PrtlCE SIXPEXCEOfALFPEfraJY. ^jis^J^ SGHOOL.^A SKRMOJV ivili be preached I'.u ^VWt6fhli*an�vfey-l�eR*�-Hr. YOUNG, lor the 15 i>-ni(irrii�v itjielii i�f under Female Mii- Hxu^e in S!iiik'e-< .1 friftn the lJ(JNDu:\ GAZETTE^ Juhh 3. l^ovcning.street^ J unci. A drspatcii, of which Ihe folluwine is-a copy, Culoml Pr cnt, with the ihnk companies o� (lie 3i VVust Jiulsa R-jjitnent, and tin- iwo rilli; com.. CJPLICS -if t;O^M�;;RCE>=-Xi�c Seventh jianies of the COlh, ar.d Major Henderson wrth rcwu^Tlta. been received fr.,u U-�t^-na,,t.Oe.r.ral'si; j Ku^l;',!:'^^^ �mrsl i:George Ueckwi.h, K.h. Commander m Cbier �f   J ,* " ' ' tL",      2,1        f      ^ '^'^'^'^^'^ ' - � �'�fin}-.    1-lJH was wi-ll oxicuted, and tve gained a f��onr:t{�iu iiosifinn, whence our morfars could Lecture, fiii Majesty's fiwci's iti tfie Le'ewarA ijlands, J)yJ &^^'hut tUeririns�loi�s. , le Uit ef ^J}ejl*^ins't ul�� ConJtUiM^^ of Sale arc "�^.tlyereoH^- .  '     .      ' JiOvNABUi^-OAHteiNG.-l^ttTVATli TUI'rrON. [ur'ilOPKJNS begs leave 

'Cl�<:k ou iRdiiJ, the Sib flay of ^Uipe instant. , ||J\aBRlGKIAVEftS^i^'he Company of Pro. P�s to.GwnnijCt fortli^cieculiimi agH otlly,"(ii�e Bricks being TrtundKythe tompiiftV), m�jt fell^crin tlieir Teqders nt the Oajce ef the t;i(irf ,t;lerk, l^iK.WoiitaMe-strt'i't, Kusfcll-square, before 10 o'Ciock giTnursday, theSlh day of June insttiirt, sl-ftrtlier particulaRj may be known. l)y np'uliration jis ^Ve; � JOlhN FRKKAIAy. Secrotary. KNT.-Tonbridgt^ aifd Ightham KOad.-" ^ Notice. An AirtJif Parliament having Iie^ii Inieiy .iincd (�r making Turnpike llie present Ilisiiway Icudiiij; iijiie tn^tu (if Ttinbridge throcjgh Shipljoriie, io Hie vil- \ly^ un Tuesday *he'l 3th day of June insiant, at mie* rtliCaflcnwoil.jjrccij'yly, with a wriiien'tciider for s,'A paVtlojlariif the work tn be perfurmed may iy had .it the olfice of Messrs. Sceredin arihct command, but tor his general gootl conduct dnrin;� the whole cainimign. The Olficors of all ranks hate done their duty in an exemplary manner, and the troops employed Upon this service have inaiiilaincd (hat superiority which has fure six that evening oar.battery opened on the enemy's .eqaadroo at a "very fair distance, '^iiont an hoiir after there were indications lh�t � (he i'Vciichsquadroti was aCbout to push oift, and .by eight it was not doubtful. Not a rnvBent was j a the fort on (he Islet. A morla> battery of two I thirieeu-inch, and four (en-inch � as immetliatvly ! I/Ui4iin, and carried on wiih uuremitted exertions; j all our men volunteering wery labour. B.tween pre : lack froopii. TheStufl" have all be mi active. Lieu'enant-Colonel Campbell,-De|uiy Ad-jutan^f/^encral, I.a? been always forward4 he is a;, j'j, ^(pT who must t.^c by Ivis laerit. The Honourable Capiain lie Courcy, of the Qciart(;r. Master "General's D^^'partmcnl, has shewn an activity and exertion which does him great cre-tlit, and proves him to be an offrcer for service. Licutenatit Hubbs, Rcy^il Engineers, yielfls to iioonein work, and is an admif-able olficer fi/r a service of tins nature. The Akdical Departmetvt -haSibcen; ably conducted'1^,Doctor Barke. I li'ave been much assisted "by Col. Soter, the Roya-Iist,'a man inflexible in "loya'ty. My Aide^deiCamp, llt're^itti hi:ll equally Ix? niftsidered as prisoners of xvnr ujioji tUrlr p;�rolc� of b.'mniir.'lo b*-tranpurted to linsland until eicliansed. Thex'-sha.l reta'io theii swords. -.An,�or.-Artirl^ j, 'i, a' ojis to embark i!iiiyi-tii,'iUl\ after. i V. The troops sli;iil reUiia their personal baggajc.-An-swer.-^Ofanfcd. v. The Otiiterssh.iUaho retain their private Baggage.-. Aiiiwcr. Graiiieil. VI. All the Officer? rcgul:irly employed in Ihe AdraJni?-tralion.ruxl ftledicil O.'JJfns, iliall unt be ron. e > (;iuadaloupe, with tiieir private hii'iijaKe -'Aiisvvrr. foamed, VII. I'rivate pi'ipert) shail he r.^nerfeil, anH the inhabitants shall rtrturii lo tnrir l:i>u?irs.-All iubabiian^i pnS8e>:ing pri�p?Tly inlheS;tint iiti.^r. and goud faith of the Uriiish Nation. VIII. Whatever is doajiful in ries- Arlirle�of CapitUla- iiiiMbi(aiiu.-7?4s^wef lost; CaptainiWdCooTCy of tlie Quarter-lVIaster. �General's Department*was sept ;by me tn Captain Beater of the' X'casta, and we fired six rockets . . , - from a headJ.vid at five minutes interval, King ti* ] mcnl, will have the honour tndelivcr (his dispatch signal ifixeil tfii by thtr Admira'.' Abotit teii at to yw ; he has fceen many years witH me^ I wish eiAt,. the Three French line of feattle'shipS were , i �o^*d.get h.in>.e prpmotltm his merit deserves. J;.�.;';r_*....-iL-. .-L .L - ikT . i have theoonourto be, fcc. ^Signed) F. I\Iaiti.amo, Maj.-Geo. Hi*?R�t*lWiicy Lieitt.-fien. Heck with. ,^ . P.-S.:,I 't'"' (icces-ary retnris. There arc 14 pieces of artillery andfuttr taortars ; 18 iu ajl in Fort Napoleon, alone, ru.'.-'cu:- (Siihcd) F. M. jjoinied from each side, wu illflieel al t,Mi*sp.jtto-nmrnMr-^' morning at eight oVlock, ib of.ti-r t'oiind.-d, and i\Ussii!jof Jhii Armyundcr Major-Gencnil Maillaiid at the l>aiiit,, train llth to iHh Apri', lt nmk aii.Uile, vnmnde.i- , , lloy.al York I.ighi infantry '�ollInte f the 8ih Wtst India Regiment, is Lieutenant John i:rii.;liie-. The e AlesTC Mjiy IE, 18G9. My Lonn-When I deionfiinul upon the;e�ir&. dttion to (he North of Portugal, agaiitst Marshai Soult, I was in hopes that the Portitgue-**! General Silvierra, would be able to h(Bl4 his |u�t upon the Tamaga, till he should be reiufoiced ; iy which, and by (he .possession of Chave�, the enemy's, retreat would have been cut olf,excepting acrossiho Minho-; and I iutcndeil, if siuce+sful, (o press hinv so hard, tint (l>e passage of thai river wou^d isave been itv.praciicable. The loss of the bridge of Amaranfhe, hotvevcr, on (he 2!l inst. a!(t�red <�ir i�ro&piTts^ I had* no hoipes (hat Marshal Beresford, who marched towards the iijiper part of the l^otrro 0^1 t.'ic oih, ami arrivtd at Lamego on (he lOth, wuiild be able to ffect more than cou?ae (lie avc8 into Grali< <-ia, rd*her (ban by Villa Real iuio Casiille. Gen. Bcrtsford, however, -having obliged the (enemy's posts at \ H a Real, and Mii-an Fiien^ to fall back m-ith some loss, aii.i having crossed the J)ouru, -drove in Gen. LoisoR'i out-pi�s(� 4t the bridge of Amaranlhe ; and arquircd p�sscsstos-of the left bank of (he Tamaija on "(he 12 h, ite-day en which the corps under my comiDand fosccd tktt passage of the Douro at Ojiorto, L'iison retired from Amarautlic on tlie-Rioming of ihe 13ih, as soon as he had iteSrd ofthccvciitg al-Oporto ef the jK-ecediti;; day, anil mtittlte ad-Taflccd guanl of the- pTeucit arnry at a-sbort AUm tancc from the (own, which Otn.-Beresftwd immi* diatciy occupied. ! 1 was unibit! to commcncs the ptiTSHit o.f (lifl j enemy till tiiemorni'ig of the i3tn, when ihe lla-i- novcrian JiCgion movid lo Viion'ga, under Major. ; General Msirray. Qii th�: evoning, I was infofm-. ed that the rn;my ha^Mn ihe moriiing destroyed s j .great proportion of hrs cannon i:i ,�he hcigbboar ccti{^e3 a strong.and cutmnan^ing posi'iu* oulibc i�ast4idc of ^bis-Hay>'L;ie\iteiiaa!-' hood of I'cnrffiel, and had directid hit inarch.'ty* yvards Brags, This ai>p�'ar�I to be the r obsMe remit of (h� sit�ation in which lie fooHd bimse;f,1n conseqnea'p*' -;-�'.� � '.'t', ' . ; At rfKi.s�iie f�me I di^tcd;&eii>ral IJ^te^ofM' ;Jiai<1e�ofCapitnlairQnpr<.j)os�l hyCol. �ar.dier. Veinber ''� "P"" <^Jia�fi�,.in case theeffefrij^ Should fiirtifii uf the Lc^oD ot Ji^nur, Cwn^iOTtltot ofaii tte Sainu, tight j ai�d Major-Gfiucral MtirMy ttrctJimodtiiiai-

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