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   Day (Newspaper) - January 11, 1809, London, Middlesex                                Htf i A I Ji CONHiAC iVFR Bv JOHN Grucr of the of a FAMILY in The purchaler may be i hi at a fair t and eviry further psf i to JoUn Few v JOHN LEASEHOLD ililuatr j The pretnifes contain a two kit 1 r vith forecourt ami 200 feet n The premifes at a groundrent of per i he known on application to TV CITY JOHN of eligible PREMISES in the which ire held for i term of Tic fituaticn and clinililc to any perfon in the Wine L hih might be carried on to a great being populous anJ Th i with luns complete witli feparatc cn The tirft floor jo J the above i r thaii the vrv ml further particulars known ottappli ten a in Bfoornf i7j year unexpired at Michaelmas furniture tnay tt taken or of the pr particulars and tickets for apply to L and LEASEHOLD V within One Minutes wall of FREEHOLD and the vicinity of the eon capital family fell adapted fora mer refprcUbility wuli largefiackof warc The forming desirable poffcffion may be had hrr and trcJirts for apply to and Dry Capital airy and DWEL I 1 rooft eligibly veiy having Tellable planned for or muQin The have becn im d sue repaired at 3 very and arc the reception Of a concern of thefirft poffefliin may lie and be had in i o be Hriti tkkeit be had of and Surveyon llAPiTAL COACrlHOUSE and 1 o AVerv defirable andexceedinjjly HOLIE In excellent aad zft beftbedchanibrrs oh lif attic and the front iiatlngwTlourt pi paved Urge the of fchtgirderi r and three with the rile ftoryTciutaitis ctliars cndvrinc rr TheCtu3tfoJTiJ Vjy he viewed between the and further be bad on ap to Paje and Hojborn iriy bcauJifu the By A MOST delightful COTTAGE ample accommncitiori5 for a o I happilv placed pnjhc Tifeof that admlrtd 1heCottagciscuviconcdiy the cxtcn v r infinite and clotllec j of choiceil and evergreens red wilderncfs and plan afford ample proredlon from windand Trrt terrace that furrouhds this commafilj in a the mod divcrlificc orerdedfcefiery U Ijpac in wjJad and one fide he ahdextcpiSng on TheCothic Temple it o appropriately tt tomidueArcrourccs tothd tomeraplativc siWd anc Hoping Park wrhteji complete a domiiU o nrjr 40 tne tlie kitciien in cuhivationvind placed at a tonce troni vile The cnfemble maybe Bjifr chilly conceded tkiri defcribeij 5 but itmttft be fccn Jto iff properly May be viewedonly with tnay be tad bi M MEDICAL and CHEMICAL will begin his Spring CeUrfe of LHlnres On the Thcfliy and Practice o I ajld iKiu rtlne In the at his may be TO PARENTS AND A Few young LADIES can be received into a JKalth near every comfort Uiat can render it a is IdctidjJ with Mtentioa to farthing the young mind tij evejy and prflnioriiy their braocbea of a ulcfaiaml cdorcSVcd for at x be duly attended or cerda of he bad pn applicrtion at NOLLS by arjd with have decided advantages over M i iree K by with a and more durable than 2cd the CMidle afid Soaj of In md Twelve Dozen at is in 4 price One Guinea in the liditlon of 1 MPLE bj Irr the O TTC Ccd much Dune htj of Adeline MorrliraJ tbefam trBlh Came timplicity ii heri3lofBC parts of ilic uic happy art oi fcciingj and in a manner that Wr and for Fatcr whom may be the luac t AiJcflire id J board v fts IMPERIAL INSURANCE Dexcmber PUBLIC are i Receipts for Policies falling due at Chuftmas are ready at their Offices in and Ireet and jrifo la haois of Agents the prfii cipal Cities and This OlBce sranar PBlicicj for hart difcoatit on all and duty paid for more than one The terms of the Office will be found in all cafesai mo derateis fimibir and all claims upon the OEccaviU adjufted witi libcratity R Fanning Stock it infuredgenerally at and oBes lightninc arc by this Company JOHN INSURANCE and CupitaK OLICIES of which expire at P ftouldbe rcnenid within from that pCripd Perfom infuredwith this vrhofc thc above are refpuclfully llm Printed oT rcncwalsre novrrcady delivery at tJxr and will the Agents of the tpropiny gnout the linked Office tboug Perfans oifprocnrihg to aiaiiut Ff LiftJSare Ihe optioh of becoming inttfiBft cd in Pcrfons infuring for more ytars thin one alltnrtd a couCdcrabledifcouM on premium ami duty N charge for of 3ccU aud or for PuHcies under tliat when ibite years or wore nor for No dcdUtftion iu the paynient af Damage byvLightning made on Snippisg Abatement on Infurances out to en Uie and a UbetaJ anil Childrens Endbwnierits on eaUirttleandad others ii Cbtti on bringing Life Infuraiices to till farming Srockisfurcd WILTlAM SUPERIOR W at his of GRBAT fcu gtvit fatiifaaionin being able to totUe Geu and be after incnrrinY conBderable ex pcnccin Uic of bcft aided br bcal A SfLEKTtia TRTHTElJ fixed and forj4itir arc peculiarly adapted to the jrefent rnodcof Foiniflitng as Ifcotnbinei quifitc ah J elejant lUCgns and patteros the ScSools of and f lays ao iaftnite varictV of rich JJapoalk Printed oca7 Bide aiij Royal adafciea for and Dlnmgan4 Brcak witfc cdrrdjaotfiHilg Sorders Ciiair match aia extenCve Bflortmcrit of Plain of feiVcolonW ariff Main andBordcred f for tlje purpofcs of clc glrit fech confident Tapyior Duality of His anJ dsetery an4 Ptflgrjctor fccure a coatjnuappe of thatpdtrodagcithaj beth bis A frcth fiipply of Patterns from the MaTiufoftprymay be teen jevety ani atjvif above referred ajc ilfo or L to difpoJCe receive an extraordinary at Ffcet ef wlnre the ColIciSHori ever cfiered in tbii feinjopm fs ndwon worked Muflili ACE DJlESSESim Jiritifli J cint warranted ILt to Net and Blade witli new sod cJtfganr bordtrs and DeeVei traufparent Bal worked borders aUia new affortihcrit of colonfe4 half Kerehieb and entire new I 1 ftort MaOlTw and Britilh Iqint the wiflole at prices lower than sit At three dobf s from Great v CHINTZ Furniture and India Shawl Ware real India long and Tcrymuch reduced twilled Sarfcnet including at i the 170 beautiful 503 jUccci of Printed warranted ftft at tier 300 rich Critnfon Gcound at 1000 Pieces real Chintz f i jco Pieces CQle for at f by Furniture Shops 500 Qujluand Coantcrpi 5 bojesof Irirti porchafed calir from at leaft under the and s MIDDLESEX For and Educating Hour Childrenin tHe Pro Mil w i ELI AM EDWARD WATERS having rcCgncd the fituatien of to thil notice hereby that a Meeting of the will be held at theGeorge Georges on at fix in the evening When the vaelccy rffll be de pdii day the eletStdn Sach men as intend to become miift it fuch Meeting fiiKluct of their On being approved they will receive corrccl ofthe to thil ytell ClofcCquare PROPRIETY of BEAUTY and HealtEPteuinot b more tialfy lUioby altcnding to ihe of the TOOTH of the Ctft a geofrobf tion for a feriv of M the attefiation of fupcrior Win tnfc arfSlyflj of ia compariebt panqll tlie dlfWngOiflied mcdisil who hivepronounced it tKe mott plcafiot Pow of ihe And pfo rhote the durability of the and which in coafr qbence of iti hoooQrxi with Lkt immediate patronage of tiltir and fc8 Vari os the United Nembhs Tdoth Powder fs an allrtngent a and pleafaht in to thofe who iia decay of the 10 eft period of It to be fahhftOlr pfejorea by Mn only at his VatiihiUt laje of Re 4pe9f ttt their by and who hecai io iiftd iConhtry fforn whirft are ei on tlie 8tH at the office of Lord one of his Com iMajeftys Principal Irbm aJ SJf 1 in STrtce I the tonourJso drefs you upon the iSthi froMlTorOi the bfen aJmoft icoriftdntly marching through and with cold that has beea verf The within to which iirnbch more thai tlie lias the roadt On ittie the army reached Siailn j it was nc ft Wgnt Df the from thence tliat even ceflkry to halt there to refrerfli the and onetccouiiftif information dana witfi about with pofti along the mrfrorrr The arnfy was axdsfft lumns at eight oclocfc ot ito farce the bridge a iprocecd to Saldana I received re arrived andaleiter from Ro informed me wereadvanc ing from either or tiitla was too late to profecute the thatI mull be fatisfied I tad I pp tima fecijre rnyre preat The next ttortijrtg JJefttroaqtGcnoal with of LieutunahtGe oerai J Sir David the river at Valmirav Hope on 25th light by Majargaj to The tavilry ander IxJrd Piget followedjthe rC ferve on 26thTj corps entered this place WFcbnrinue our march Frafer already gone onSir IfetjB Baird proceeds to morrow from Valencia I fhall Jhis with the Wferve at Lord Paget will remain with the give us notice of pjp ofthe hitherto in fantry have not come are and the cavajry if round BS numbers1 they are checked hayeobtain edj bj tfjejr fyltk an afcendancy pyer of the Wjbich but great fuperiofity of numbers part will get the better match on though at greai rilk has com plete it fepiaias to advantage the Spaniards co le of t5 wit able is direaion The pirt of tlie army whiah has been hi thertp tjic been the ca and it is impeffibte for too much in tbejr I mentioned to yomLordfhip in thfi JGthlhe fvlccefs BrigadierGener ral bad met in defeating a de tacftrnqnt of cavalry at Since tliat few have his taking or killing diferent parties generally fuperior in force to thofe which attacked On the march to Sahagilni Lord Paget had information of fir or feveri hundred cavalry beingin that marched the of the 20th from fomp villages where he was polled in front of the enemy at with the tenth fif teenth The tenth marched to the town whilft Lord Paget with die tirfeenth to Unfortunately he fell in with a one of whom and gave the By this means the Frepci had time to form onthe outfide Cf the townbelore Lord Paget He immediately charged beat hundred forty to one hundred and fifty amongft whom were twp LieutenantColonels and with the lofs on our part of fir o and perhaps twenty There have been taken by the cavalry from four to five hundred bfifides aconiidera ble pumber killed tJiis ve our march from march from Sahagunj on the Lord Pagetiwithtwo iqtiadrons of the a ot cavalry at fclledtwentr and taok above One is very fu penpr in quality to have and the right fpititias biaaiIiiWfrd vrato them by tlie with fiisdjvjfe willie at Villa Franca this and WHl jprocrtioii Lieutenant General ftbppe3 yeiler day twoleagues jbtoceeds this morning foiTowed fr 8irDavad The brtgiijes go by theroad 6f withifiereferve and to eithsr thisnight ortomorrow approach of the i TlS matched from of pafTed the Jit ford aboye They re PrigadierUeneral at heid Of the piquets of the IStb and 3d German otid driven jcrtfethe I hall French the light T heir jand ir A with abpnt feventy Officer an toe affair waf well Humbert in ir army if M PrlfiOJ 1 for have the to that about thisinorning I a re underLieutenantColonel of Having left orders that thecavalry fbofuld repair to thieir alarm toerjt forward to reconnoi found four fquadrons of ImperiafGuird piquets and other in the aftof I fent for the 10th who having BrigadierGeneral Stewart immediately placed himfejf at the head of the and with theutrhoft gallanjry at tackedi ThelOthhufiars fupported ia the moft perfect The refult of the as far as I have yet been able to is about thirty twenty five feventy and the fame number of forrrie to avoid fpeafcing in the higheft tei ms of all thofe Lieutenant Colonel Otway and NUjor Bagwell headed the nijhVjgiquetSj lutter issflightly thewhole my laff and had many volun teers from and otherOfficers of your Amorigll the prifoners is the Gene ral of Divifibn Lefebvre who commands tlieca valiyof the Imperial and two Our lofs I nearly fifty men fcitleii and I will fend a return the moment I can cojlecl the I have the honour to Signed To Sir John I have forwardcdthe prifoners to On the other fide of the river the enemy formed an at this iriftant three gups of Captain Donovans troop which did couliviera ble of I jeiceftcrfiiirey mer to ar at at Ball MeUrv New or Robert Siunucl of dealer and at arfd at nt thcUnion Birmingham and Old Birminghahi Richard of i dealer and at and Feb at at the Fell iKicefter tbr late of Chefterr merchant and and I and at the Red Ljon Heatnn Henon Norm or f Oeorgc ot woollen dealer aqd and aXr at at the Spread Mrfamei Manclicfter TdBi of dealer and i8rand at tha White Swan HutidtrsftElit Richard London j or Jpto Hudderf 18William pf Old of at at the White Swan Smith and Adani of cotteBmatiufactu rers at at the Dog Thomas of at at the Williatm of carpenter and at at Guild 4Jofeph Reppcn and John of Sealers in at at Lichard Loat ofLong iron James fullioi of at William of at it late of at ten at the Commercial John late of at rfcvzj ac ibe Dog Duck KingltonniioiiHbll Peter Le Norinand and Mary Henry at at Guild of near Dur at at John Dur ham David of Bcrwkkupon linen at at the Dog March William of Hnfcury at t Herbert of Duteftreet j Falland Jarnifs late of brcw of Upper Eaft cheefe of corn late of Mary provifion Andrews arid of Upner haber ot Cheap Cdc Smith and of Lemontree GirdeDsi Heywood and lanftawHcy tit Scotch Harns of ManSeIdi ana of Greenwoodand Bemdge of t i ftipI eicelter Lttt kR of UmSnSrV importers and dealers in foreign and importers and dealers to Ridley and ot is bemg the diy for the difcuffion of the following offered bj Hill Rfolvcd That it is eipsdienttfiat the An Adi hring an ctobargb OB all fcipi iniyeffelfin the hwbonrsof the fcvyal and that appointed to pjeptfc and report a BUI foe that purpofe HiLLHOust bperied the frmich coritlhued until alate whehthft Hrjofr ad J DECIMBEX e ifter 6ve days refijoifed theconfideratjon of the motion to repeal the le veral embargo laws On die n6tion of to refer the faid njotionto the on the Jlib to whom was referred fo ffiuch of the fident3 as relates to the federal bargo was detetrnined in the n Yeas 5rNays On the queftion to agree to ihe ociglntil jSfc h determiflea the Yeas Nays HOUSE OF REPRESENT MUMFORD prspofed the following Refivln which was referred to a Committee of whole whom was referred Chitter and other tp die EJJJ That theAtfi layihif nn Embargn on aH ports and harbours of the ami tie JeversV A5tsfupplcmcntary be rcbiraicd as larasto alluAv ihipsand veflels of the United Staff to depart WitS thfip cargoes for thofe cotintries not ftibjtct to Dcrees of or thofe to in MUMFORD ftared hrs objefi to be toopeij our trade to fueh parts of as were nob the and orders of France arti Great fuch ai tlie native ports and the ports in the Weft The SPEAKER obfetiiing that there was fioeis before the eicept ihe ortfer of tha djjy Chittendens ChiU tenden an iirjphpsijon had made to the Prefidenc fai whicf would havs confiderable infliwnpe diieuii lions of the and as it Iterped to be the fire of fome gentlemen to wait tor that he the cull of die order uflhe dxy his begged leavp to ndd one rrorfi Refolution to thofe already before the crj the fubjeift of the That it be eipecllpnt fpV ine Srntcs i open a cdnimunicatian traile AVift Indies ia The refolution was referreci to the Committee of the to retwluiious on tha feme hre been NOVEUSEJI Coo u offered a refolution to ihe H That tbx Jitfrens of ihe United pirmjtred tjf afm and equip the ncrchaiit fur ihe purpofETof de fending them agaloll Jranch aiuJ Jiriuih auitet vthiif bound to any port or place not or Referred to the Committee of the whole tp whom was referred jefolu Micoij hid trinny been Aibmitted to of Houfi on the fubjeift of ovH forefpn iofne fora nnd fume for a paTtiaj of As none of notions had met Ms entire anil as he this as one of the importafij that eould come before the he yviinii to fubmjt f o the Houfe two or which J to tate courfe different frorp that whjcg rll a afrcfh iiifultt hi or ps Thit Uie Cajnrtuttcerppoinfedofc that part af the PrcCdcfits ijieflagewfiaih foreign be inflrucTed ta inquire into the of excluding by law from the atld waters of tic United alt arflied ftipi and ycflcts bclouiyug ty any of the belligerent having m force orders or decrceS vio lating the lawful commerce fi the United iitatcs as a That the fime Corftmittue he to quire ioio the cxpcaichcy of prvhititiyg bf lasv theadmife lion uito iind of the pnited any hip orveffcl tJclongiRptoj ep coming any phy of laid That the to jnr law the of amenciiiig the Acl laying an thelcveral ActsfufplcplcurilanU On the the ffrft of thefe ref faid might bs to the entrance of all confined the interdtiSiiph A certain tinie rnight bS filed a ivlilch the ftcohd hould go into The Houfe agreed to the The firft and fecondiefolutlbji offered Macon were to wijhour i divifion Tb rhirdwas ordered to lie oh the CHJTTENDEN called for the tRe day oh tje reiolutinin fubrhitteti iiy Iiini for re peiilJng the OOIVCEV called for the ahd nays on the motion to gjD inter Committee oj die whole on The yeas and ndys were taken on the motion as follow Yeas faid he had feme tilne go hloVed rhree tArisif Vhich had been agreed LOj and the third ordered to thp tabfej Toggeftion of forhe that jt wouW nterfere a Refoliltioh Re lad waited thus that a decifop inight be had bn thfe Refolution alludedW Chiton Several unfucceisful attofnpts havin leeh made to get tliat he now moved for the onfiderauon of his Kefotoiion in vords Tliat the faine Cornmittee he inftruAed to ifr quirt iritu the expediency of amending the ail an and the feveJil afks an4 additibfial thereto The was taken up and agreed io without FOREIGN TJie Houfe again in a Committee of the Ke firli Jlcfolution under in thi following words i Tiit States withoot a fitfrt Sceof their fulrautto W late edias of Great The qupftion was taien OB the and carried con ThefecoBd Refolution having read IB following words Ttot pedient io IJT We   

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