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   Courier (Newspaper) - July 12, 1809, London, Middlesex                                frMDNESDAV JULY 12   1809. ' J^^^^jMoP 3s. fid: IF Mi"- ti-^*^*^ fiis house in Norfolk, iwilie 29ft"i�fi*iHf-;^U writicii to V lis BroUKr:iin-JaJ^ W=^"'S '"'fnt W.6" aW�Hirt, will ^ .-S^^fOC^ nuiy bc1yid-�Uli,WHi, or*t> tiling will b�d..:i�' iu jSlvl0.1SJ9.     :    �        _� _ CTATE LOTfliR-yv'" be tirawa in Oue Day, i Gunihaii, Aiiiifniw'M I      O aOtii d'CTOBKlU  hall, Loiidou-�u!l. ohn Jninra Foliar, YbiftH-J, Shff.ilk, shil .ktepir, ilealuf .-uKt chapniiMi, July 1:1, al oue, August t, ;iiM 'Jj, ut twelvlF-i at the Star, (irc.it- Januontli. Alturjfii-^ .nr. t'ory, .(irfut-\ ariiiiiutb; awd Airs�n>. lluiiruti aiid >yk-(c^lfe, Liii-culiiVliiii New-squari-. Lmnimi. ,   . Gi>orge Seabumc, lIo*ti>ii, Middl��'t, smclitnr-mnmlfactu-. rrr, Jnlv I5� *i, aiid Aug. as, at.iDC, iit tt��ldl'.a:i.  Attorney, Mr. Ilard\, I'fiiunise-slreel. Wi bop-gate, William iHiiriiu, lloracrwu, Miildli-s t, Uniker, July 15, . ag.and. Aog. 'i'J, nt at GuildliiiU.   Attorney, Mr. I>-t�e, Gray ViiMi-squaic, ', Josepb' Uiidds, AldiTrgale-street, golilsmriii and j^wellfr, deHtfrnnd cliapmnii, July Iti, 'ZV l Aue-     �t let;, at " "essrs. IJigdeiiatid Syw, eHrriec'- 4 Pri���.or^XMOnre �9a,m .....-.5"';..... t-^. .�.,,i.......^>W.-...-..2�0 ^ ....... �"      ----VV''"'" �0;C(W TSctels, ^2(X).000 t'likLirfferVfe^W*'* f ""Jy ^"0^ N'lMnberi (froth.' IDEXnS. Ang. 2. W. Cr:i�pn>�i, tlTi>tiil. sugar refiner.-Anp. 5,. .1. S. Sniiin, Liverpool, stmrniiifci-f.^Aiifi. S. \>. iiami, T.nod a. BeiUliani. and J. liiiikir, t'lialliiim, b.uiKir-.- \ui.5. '1". Par>oii8, MarcbiHoiit-plaie, lln-wll-square, builder.-Au;J. ,5. S. 0:uifurd. Abcliurrli-lane. I.rnkcr.-July \b. W, Kaw-.litVP, GraiVfburcli'^rtreet, grocer.-O.�. .'24. J. Jones,Old IJravel-lane, C"rii-��et"r.-Aug. I. (i-Tiulor, rtn�icil..uier-chailt.-Aug. 8. iJ. C-ix. Slourl>ridge, \V�^^rce^tl*r3hire; Imittrr inercbaiit.-July 31. S. (Cainiel, llirkt^twba�, V.�rk^bire,. carpet manufarlwer.-Augu>t 7. J. Clark.; and Jl. Hall, Alarket Hat^nraugh, Leicestershire, e'afiiet uwiuit'atturers. .t.,    -Aiiif. 3.-J. Uin�, Stanifnrd, Llirc.diBiifr�-, virtunH-r and. A-ft�:e-of-i-" .........i"40,U,0 '       BvTfiree'wkrtsoftlienamexNuHiber,    A Wze;of;i....,...-.-v-*-".-'�^|>0.000 gy Kot* Ticktis of the aune fturaber, A Priteof ��^�"�'^''''''^ Amlall-�iliervi^ze�'>" �'>e ��me jrojrortion. �   vjjyj^TS and SliARES-nreonSaltf at all the Oifitfe-..   .  ^^TAT�l^T'rfcRV.-iO bJi'uRAW   IN 0�K U/Y. { "fifWHT and Co. respecifuUy infortn tlie Public, ,-=r- i)o^lfaiul^r>gti^r tbad.SiOOi); ouU tliat the ubolc wilt i>e m^~* ."4 at..;.......^......�.20,000 ^    -.  i,,.,i>t:,.,,.^.i\.,�.5iX nmy yer Pr'izt U \-     H*�'''�"iUrac<' wcIt.fimtiro^, mirsery tuau. S; CrAlge'rv Kmifecatireli-�ree.i,p�>rk�.iB. �. T.'l>nltBU,iBjriuiDi;iiara, merrbant. F.'Itudd. N�;�k�u�lte-bpuii-Tyue,ptilliiM, corilwa'n t. � >a^lSink:1��WiDR8,i:btiibill jvaiid facing llw Gate of the Kiug's , .n$V.3((in,'�l^rit�-croas. -Tjiware but 5,tKX) A^umbers (frmu M.vj.to^tiBOliictiwive) foHr: Tifitels of eacb dumber.- The 'rr'-i^iilwleibie drawn hi^day. ^ir-^:^..--   GAPJi^L rnizEs. (^m   .: .4 ......i........i, �f -L',..........:f20,830 � S^i-;      of ..,.^000 the D.innbtf near Stiin^ without iiein^ disfurbcd hf the enemy, atnl to wall the at>pt'oach of tljt!.Arch-i (Iulte,'who) afitjr h^vitig in Taln^Wempled thejunc-tipo t>f the artn/ fiear /JntE, liad-iiiarche i frod Budweis to -^*ftlcl j hojiing, by a (^^^ck |)a� sage t>f the (Janilbt^, h arrest the cueiny'* pra|fes3 ioWanls the ili-.-troj)o.lis�-- .    . aieanwhile a cot{}$ 6f Wurtmftorgers'Karl ad-.yanced froin Passau' alotig both the shures of thu Daimbe, hatl otcijpU^.UM, ami (he bink oi>pi)- This ifjtjr ?apiJlIMni, and its cwie-.   ^^itrriceil, whh a brleif�x|Hi�itioii of the Fallacy 6f FarJia- ibesiary Ueforoi. ByaBlingUsbmiii).'    _ AttTjpohiiybeil^ /. suo,.^Sbow>bill,i>rirel;(i. A -mf^^imof ChW W51A BVERS LEX-.'  iSiiTALttii^aiCiil^d in " a Letter to Mr. William Vidler;"h>aihiWerto4SjieJ^^'itiD, which is aUOiuiuexed; \ itcwetherjwrtha Preface, in wliicfciSf a.Caution to all tiiusc �     'Tlus dav ate pilblislpd, pHceTOluiWs , CIX^EUMQNS, oiiVomc of thh in..s*i�porfant /; , O0iMpi]es:uf,'CHristia(iity} to-vbicb are aditnl^ five �i'�*tt?if�dn  �^eo for.l:;;idetlabd Dayirs. Str^jnd, London.-The Suh-� .-TiwWflflfr'tbaJe Sermina.afii^ rcspectfuliy requested lu pay ;ahei^&d>ttttpti.oi|toMessts..CadellaiidDavies. V i^-^m^i^^oo^J^ 11.. \' Ii,;'Tfc�;King hWheeA'plea.sBd4aconsti(a(e aodap-... jQln^he'Right Hon.. Bd'dJdy: Baron llarrowby, ,l*e%hllltiir.Jtjhii Jeffreys Earl (Jamden, Knight mtftr'noble Order or the Cartels FresiJeot i',^:*fch-Majw!yVCoiincH; the RiRht Hon. Robert t>�eriiooi; this Kight Hon. Ueury ^"�^^'^o^rt Stewart (commonly called Viscount Castle-theJligHt Hon. George Canning, his "5^�3��>Vthr e Ptihcipal Secretaries of State; his ^QrtiSB'Wihl iienry Cavendish Duke of Poriland, ^igfclof We. most noble Order of the Garter, irst.; Gominissioner of;his Maj^sty'^ Treasury ; '^fghVHoriiS^ncer -Perceval, Chancellor iantl Tfffasurrr^ his .Majesty's Exchiqurr; '>P�rcy,1S$q.'(�otnmonlv'called Lord Lti-yjfUhi.HighrUDnilt>hn> Baron Tcignmodi ""TitKon. Thomas WalUw, and Tboma* Ha'. &3q;-(coinai9nlyicailcd Lurd.BiDDing;, to :!lti^sj�ty?s;Camniission6i'8 fur the Management >^4lrtr Afiiilrt oHutlia;^ i .CQmmissiom �i|piei| by the Lords Lienlenant.-;qrth' Rr^inSrttP oP>liiKMl Mnillai Ge�rge Turner ^>iiii>;i)q..t� be^Capt&lu.  Etttigti James'Muirhead to wlcnaot.. ,j l<�i� f�rnfr,Geiltto be n;-,..;->^-^�>^;:^M;�; , r r   - ^ 6T To Ihn LGNDOy GAZE'll'E, Tuesday July 11. An Account of Ihe^ lifU/le JodghL near Asperh, on the Miuehjtfld, vn the 2lit and ^2 J of May 18U0, bclzccen thi Ardidukc Charles of ^tustriuy Gene-rulhuiiito of Ihe 1/niterial Austrian urinie.iy and ih^ Emperor Nupuleon^ Couimandcr in C-iifJ of the French and allied aruiiex. ' The Emperor Napoleon having, after, some san-gntnary engagements near At)<-Msberg, i{3Uson,'an(l Diitzliiigen, in wh'-ch the f  l..and!>liut, and ufierwardr in adi^ancing by Eckmuhl with a supt-riorcorps^of cavalry, taking the road of !i)glof:>hefm, and forcing to retreat those Austrian corps (hat n^ere posted on tjie heights of LMkepoiot ami Talmes.iJence, by a Ctinibns amonnt-cd to'no mure than to secure thu place aj^aitist a cunp-de*main ; and for this reas^m the Archdnkc Jiad:iome time b�.'f�ire direct Field-Mari^hul Hilier ' ttf Ketid'part of Ids corps along, the right bunk to-- wards the Capital, in the-event of his (the Arch-dake's) passagetu the loft sfiorc.   Field.Mar-hal JlilUr now received ord.rs to barn (he bridge neat Stniu in his r'ar, to leave asmall corps of observati^.n near Knms, to hastort byfiirced oiarcbes with the bulk of h>s army t> the CQT.'roos of Vienna, and, as circtim-itances would permit, by occupying the small islands, to keep up thu communication with (he city and the dcbuuclio acro.ss the bridges. The army of Iho Arrhduk^now advanced, wi'h- lions ; and the head, quarters of tbtr Anmoule^ ;wece, on (he IGih of Alay,.at Eber*dorf near tbtf high road Icaifing to Urunn. , � ' On the lOtli tuc outposts reportedj tbatthf'eoe* try liaJ taken posses.sioii of (tie great liifand. of lao.  baii,^ vTJiJiiii a!>�m sis iinglish nul .s of Vieoiri ; that his nunibrTb encreased there cyery hour, antl thill ite s.c'ni;ii to Ix-employed in t^fowi-^a.bridj;e! arross the great aui of the D.t(jii?te bt-hijid tli8 ibijud. From (lie top of the Bisamberg, the-whole of ihe opposite connity appealed lo bv.;'enveloped in-a clnurt of (he advanced Kuaid, under die cjinmaml ..f l-'i.M-M .rshal Lieu' tenant Coiini Klepau, Mijiporl. d by some Regiments of Cavitry. 'J'ho iile of J/iIiati forms a convenient place of armi, which is dl).>ut six iviijlish niiics long, and fi/iir and a half broavJ, and b iii< seji^i.t'ej by the luge artn oi the Danube from ihcri.-.'it bank, no. tiling prerents ilje building of a biiJge, wliich is c-.(ucealed hygrniii.d covered with bus'es;,and Uicijreiit LXieiit of the,island alfords the advantage of 11 tiding troops apd ordnance from so many pjiais of i"", thdt the piss.igo across Ihe snj.iller arm lo tl^ei.irj^e I'.l.iiii of iMarclificlil, ui.iy be uiidegojd by force of arms. ii was soon fverccivcd ihc sTcngih of tha cn-.m}'s c-';!umn� wiiicti adraiu ed upon l.'ie, ula...', and liliiccd their caaiKin so a-* lo M/jijiorf the sc. cond passage, ||)a^ he mi-Oilated a serious atfick. Theadraiicid jjiur I siisiai.nd a tol'-raijiy tvarin ciigagenu-nt,  ai.d (lie (ai',.I.y roiKeil fhu first divj* out interruption, by Neupolla, Horn, ami Wei- , sion of the eneiny, w.'ii h deb ^ncbcd from ificfoW -kendorf, upon Stockerau ; anil, in order lo OViT-    i^rouiiii; awe such enterprises as (lie enemy might project from the environs of Linz, part of the corps of the General of Artillery, Count Kollowrath, uNicli till then had remained near Pilsen with a view to securtj^ the North and West fron'irr of liohcinia, was wrdered to marpli to liudwei.i. Napol?Vin had used so inuch expediiion sn his march to Vienna, that on the 9th of May his ad- s on tlie edge of ide r.ver, late in ilic evening ; upon whifh, the Archd-Jkc, H.'ioiie intemioa w.is nut to privent the pa.v-a^.- -^f fiie nieuiy,'but to attack him liic fodowins;djj, re^tfatcd v�iih his cavAlry (o An.lirkliia, aud ord.r. d Die advanceJ trooj 3 (o fall back lo .Maass, aCLfhJ.tig as thd enemy bhnuld ex'tnd hiin.ettreen the left wiHg of Prince.^ilo-hcnltiUerii.and the right of Pririce Roscnb rj;. , The vast plain of the Marct;fi. Id sp(< ad like a (^rpet btfote the front of the Jincj add a jjp. are.d, by the absence of every ehstruttiou,to bedeStimd to form the theatre ofsanie great tvent. The grenadiers r�najned.in reserve near Scieting, and the  ere seton fire', the courage of the inhabi- [ ground along the Dadi.bestrongly occupied. Part tanis remained ane'iaken. But a general devasla.^ i of it wasslill left near Krenis, (he corps being al-, tion.ihr�ateiied their valaahle pnyieriy, and when j mqstbroke upby having so manyor its divisions atleriglh the enemy, availing himself of the nnme- i detached to so considerable a distance, f'bus craft which he found there, crossed the smaller branches of the Danube, tlislodgeJ the troops from the nearest'liilands^ and menaced their commoni- varibUs calibie was placed ujkhi the ramparts ; (he suburbi wdre abandoned, on account of their great extent; a>id the numerous islands and low bushy griiu'nd behind the town were occupied by some light troops of the corps of Hi.iler, as wed as'liy the inilitia.  The corps itself was posted on what is termed Ihe Point," on the left shore of the river, waiting tlic-arrival-of tlie army, which was airaocing in haste. The occupation of Vienna formed too essential a pari in the extensive plans of (be French Emperor* its conquest had been anuourvced by him with tdoniUch confilence, and was of too great iiiipi>rianceioiyaid�conlirming thepn-jndiceof his irresistible"po'vPPr, for Jiini not to t-mploy every mc(.h"d .of talcing it before (he assistance which was ' 80 near could arrivd. . - ' Fdr'the space of twealy-four honrs (he how-itzers played upon the (own ;.u(id Uiaugh several ca(i>ili .*ith the >ft bank, the ci(y was justified in. capltiilitirig, i*liile the tr.iops retreated by the g.rckt] bridge ol Tabor, which they afterrwards se.t At nine o'clock, the Archdolie ordcrfd the arms'to be v'l^edi add the troops to dine. T'e piquet of Observation on (he Bisadl.hiflreported that (be bridge across the Danube bebind tne isid of Lobaoj bein4 now quife flnishedj was plainly perceivable, and that tro"'ps ^^ete withoAt inters mission seen hiing wff o�er it, as well as passing.jix _ ThelAPchdo\e rtcc^^ intelltgeoCc in his ; boats, to the isle. The oiitbdsti, likewise^ gdre in. )'eadi:4nai^crs^ betweien Heirn and. M ; formation,  of the graduaj aifgmftatittioft df the a posjiloo behind i^e.friun, near.lvbenb.etg. -5'his '.. thiMigh it; wM'SMh^ expected thai the city, I enpy in the town of Enzdtdorf i�nd Iti tiia Vil.. .wna 'th� .occuioQ of-aa.mretnely. murtJeroiia en- I'urr'^n*^^ �� resist. ; lages, of' Esslinft; and Asp^ro, affd of faiii adrabciu^ fag^evt^^urlii^ which the eiiemj, in 8t�rmiBg towards Hirsclateticri. thi l^d^j k�t dear 4(j|� wcin P^|)fa!^.WM I oiii%terri�iJii��fl� flalfeiirig himself tftathe might te      tk-a^-h.inU- c.h:., *U4^ J^ti'Mi:.'lAv�^ by a irisjttife% tUiVbe cat 10 woeh Ihe'etattM^lo wiji j (feiii^,li�;p�� the'D^ Vienna, bold at. Tlie Archduke Charies'rpw fbotrglit. i&at (he moinent forgiving ba�ae|EJid arfivet^ and batt n ed [9 Gerasdorf, ^^^''^ ^ ^hief (^,r^^r'   

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