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Day (Newspaper) - January 12, 1809, London, Middlesex it I V u Bj IL n 11 SALES BY PiUVATE COATKACi SILK WEA A Very complete the North Side of with and in complete be Mr and tickets for applf and Surveyors i PRICE MERCANTILE A SUPERIOR fitnate in Albion Stony 8fc iff BUck Briars TheWsrifei ate fttefl up We cf for reception rfyintar cilt and well proportioned drawing excellent hl and ftone and rcqmiite awjn clofcd with and very extenfive The cjrerrtri Wi Safe is apfSrooeiwd by ftone from a wtB ptved 99 al t trw with terms of file or may be hid of n ThU is Price in ter bci the eoatttertfc price Edition of JNT an Office in the a MANAGING 1 He tnoft be outlifiei to conduct Chancery and hive ttncril VcoWJcdge of Common Law A liberal falarywjtrbe Applv to Clerks OfSee and to Mr Exehtquer as WET NURSES healthy ihoat with n cood Brcaft of wjthoot any A good hmilcr Plcafe to applf Mr Johtt PORTSZA To be completed undtr At sutnWitt of an off fcr ftjpldyjgt Town 9f the Girritoru Utt Public the sad with E Board Managiffs trf the POKTSE A 1 ISLAND COMPAHV that ttecapital of t that the bf Oirftil hereby glte fnr that purpofe will be received at Ponfci alfo of Hlnkeyl and Fettelturtb ITieSharfi are IBftalmenti of per wirt sn intervalof at IctftOne Month between ChcpiiymcDtofcach infftlmeut per at the time of being depoftt of 5 per and the Mil payment of la percent on each MANIF6LD Ho 4 thiixTdoor from under the Umfiitm of Royal or Letter Writmg J and KtdWbm travelling csri be fni into i writing IXfk and whenever any Lady or Gentleman feoulil fend a letter to a while writing the fiid letter u copy it the fame in the Polygraphic Book rbalfar fuperior to any other method ever yet in and as black and lafllng as thofc wrote with Pen and Ink The ftylcs write with want no write buicaer tnhlr than qfcilis do In to point out the citrnlive utility of thefe books would be difficult in an it is only to fee them to be convinced of thtir itleful To be had of fole from to pnecuiiita and his The great approba tion thefe books haVc met with from the Royal Nibilitv AmbafTidor of the different and induces the Inventor and Pro prictor to hope for a continuance of their All pad paid will be A CATALOGUE of standing for at the City handfome light V 3 Very fa fliinnable lipht Dog Very handfome light green Chair 6 Very elegant fourwheel Carriage for Very elejaht light with back Pitto Ieht a Ultra light Very hand fomc drab Very bandfome fairnly Crmife with convcnlcney for Light green Very handfome ftcbniJUaad j Very hsndfome light 18 Chaife with gnod feeondhand WTiiflccy with harncfs irreen Cisife with yellow bodied with black with Very decant dog with patent fitted tip in the firft Good fecondhand Chaife with har Hnndfomc yellow Chaife wjjh headi Good fccondhand Chaife with Good with doable feats A fecondhand A great variety of fccondbaod Cbiifej of different de fcriptlons for public fale Sale days for Hcrfcs ina Tuefdayj and at U prccifely BY THE KINGS ESSENCEof the Prevention and Cure ef she and Land Afthmas andPfctHfical Complaints the general effect of this invaluable medicine which willkeep good in any cli mate may be comprifed In tke following particulars by it o te r meca pericnccinthe Royal Eaft Iffdla rommercial numerous rcfpcacble private of which are contained in a entitled Official tobc of the Priiprietor or of the This EnVncc is prepared and fold by Hold I die original SO ulfo by appointment by Hndfon and myMa CornhUV Wardi Medicine 714 Holbom Bacon and Oxfordftreet To NortonFalpite Borough and with proper FOR COM OXLRYS CONCENTRATED ESSENCE ot JAMAICA ufeful Medicine is re commended by fcveral eminent medical and is in conftant ufe with many Perfons Of the highed rank and re It and hortens the duration of of the confining them to the eitrcmeties and miti gating the removes thofe unpleaunt fymp terns ariJinj from woihnefs of theftomaeh and and oppreffion after eating m ner vous complaints it warms and invigorates the creates affifts and thereby thewrmle Prepared by the Inventor and late TsuiOoekareet and foM whokfale and retail by Hudfon and Haymarket fold alfo by Baeon and Orfort Jlneti Shaw Pautt Churchyard Royal Exchange and Sdri FltttJnarket Holbortr and the jwjeipal Medieint Vcaders throughout the United KirtfdonL in at can be geriuuie but Gfncd on tbe OSa UTERAHY In ESSAY on USES ihd Bfl the Operation of a Comrnoo ait2t6afe deriririg thcjr efltA Startte of i By F of Printed for t r price A SHORT VIEW ofLEGAL OKAPMY cootainio fomeCrtticiH OhfenntUnn Reporters afld bfticr SrtJneni By CHARXSS Of the Inner Barrifter it Printed for J c This I3ay U In price boanh a the witli conliderable AUda HonCOMPENDIUM nf die LAW of EVI fHOMAS A By Of for Reei Law Tem and Flemitij md Upper In In CIRCUIT COMPANION X containing the Practice at the Affiztr on the Crown and of the CflMts bf Gedcril and General Quarter inclSdirj of4 ufeful ifld PrccedenW of Infllclnienu in Crimtait at weH at Conunon Law ju thofe created fcy The Printed by alfo by Flenilaj r w or rf With a view to affiftthe iuouiries of GenMementr fhe tbe 1xft of Law this ertirauion hasbeea jpfcruken theCojnpiltr Juuaimed eorreft and form fncn an arrangement wM the mejnDryof the radertmad nftt perplex fcjrcboy aconfufei mafs of Oay is pub fiderably KM anew bang the ccn royal npHE BANKRUPT LAWS containing Eg JL ttaiSt of the Srttutw now in Abjtraff of the eluding the moll extant of the mod ufeful approved frecedcntJ in rruttcrs of and orders of the Lord Chancellor Lord and Lord for regulating By WILLIAM Of BarrHterat The Tirft containing the and may hehjd Printed for Law Tem f HE WiblMwfcJ M price in Five Printed for And Pater Of whom be by the fxrne r letters adftteSea Yoitfit fourth in fscond In JeA Poems and te fotf rice Ths In two andtegtndary in two third View of the and the natural tttingo of dcCgncd for Printed for and Pater This volume eomprthends a great quantity of valuable matter in a fmall we think it cannot fail to anfvyer the purpofei forWiieJl it is Tub is aMy AUo bjthe Kme Anintroiaction to the Theory and Pra5licc of Plane and Spherical i in one price THE This Dayis price Hulf a MAN and MORE SECRETS THAN in Five as it is per forniine at the By I Printed for Hlehart Bridgeftreet and PallMall Bond fold byGoddifd aad by town and Of be The ty Efq price The 7th edftlonlby price independent fortunes and for fuch there is no excufe but the generality of tbofe to whom I addrefs are probably in the famerfituation wfth and iniftreffes of for their private an allow ance from their huflsands fuitable co their refpec cive conditions in Let me intreat thefe to confider that if th merit is greater on their fo alfo is the reward and that if they have the lead to they hav alfo the moft to Let us alii cheerfully contribute without dday the affiftance we can and let rfo one be deterred by the infignificance tsf the fum provided it be fuch alone as her circumftance fairly enable her to Let us give this public proof co the Spanifh Ladies of deep iatereft we feel in their caufe of our admiration of their and of our fympathy in their diftrefs and let in feeing my hopes have ftill another leafon for the pride and gloryIhave ever felt in being Ax ENGLISHWOMAN UNITED THE UNITED WITH SIXTY is large and clofcly print ed odlavo cofrefpbndlng with Watkius s Biogrt teeompanied by fcparate Maps of every County in and Maps of Scotland and price edtnplete in or tha Die doaarydooe op wfthoueyhjeMapi price in boards or the Mapi done OR Gparately price halfbound forming the AtJasef the Britilh Iflands yc every Jrtap having beondrawnpurpordy fron original new A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY o the UNITED compiled from Parli afld other Authcentie Modern By Printed for BUci be haitOf aH tlieBookfcilert in Great Bri tain vattras opr in the Pro Lately in Iour Rayal price in REPORTS of CASES ruled and judged in the fcveral COURTS of the UNITED of By Philadrlphia iSJ7 fold by Law The following is the opinion of the late Lord Mansfield upon the above in a letter to the Govcxuor of Caen am not aSle to write with my own beg nfe of hi acknowjcdgc the hanBor yon have dene by yocrnuAoMtgtng and elegant and fendinj me not able to read but I have beard them all read with much they do credit to the the and the Reporter they hew rcadincfs iri liberality in prin ciplet ftrong and legal learning themethod too is and the language I undergo the weight age and other bodily bleflcd be my mind is ftill and open to that fenQbility which praifc from the praifeworthy never falls to laudari a te accept the thanks your moft obliged and HALtANTYNEs with Elegant VIGNETTE Day are in 12 finely printed by Of price in or on royal with proof imprcfliom of the PLAYS ot WILLIAM SHAtE JL jrinteil from the TCJEI of Samuel and Ifaac ellirhea with iclcgant Vignetie from by Smirfcev Wcf Printed for and MU and London and and having refipitod the fituatloo of Collcilor to this notice is hereby that a general of the Governors will be held at the George New Georges on at fii oclock in the evening When the vacancy will be de claredi and a day for the election Such gentle men as intend to become mull at fuch Meeting be and of their character On being approved they will receive correct lifts ofthe Subfcribcrs to this Chan Well Furniture and India Shawl Ware real India long and very much reduced in 396 twilled Sarlenet including every falhioniblc colour at the t7obeiutifal Figured at coo Pieces of warranted fafl at per 300 rich Crirrifon alid Scarlet Ground at i 1000 Pieces real Chintz patterns really at worth 1500 Pieces Cpleurcd for warrantedfaft regularly charged by Furniture Shops 500 Quilts and from c boxes of Jrilh purchafed under parti cular from regularly advancing to at per yard under the market Richards SUBSCRIPTION FOR THE SPANISH Day is in a UlaRrcud by If En frooi original price In A DESCRIPTION of conuin Account of the and Natural Froduftionij witii of the Tour round in Campaign in Candy In and a Tourney to Raraiueram in J Ibt JAMES Chaplain Cf the Jarrifon of for Pater n Canldered as of Cordinert a enjoy ofefuland agree Lbje To thofc who either f o go to r this Delcrlption of Ceylon will be UVENILfi SKINNERSTREET Phis day are in with ventythretbeautiful price or in One Vo neatly ANCIENT and MODERN adapted for the Ufe of By EDWARD The prelented to the 1ublic are little inttesdof beinf comprefled in five or fix lints like thpfe of the Greek 1he learner intcrcfted in the file of th whether human orbrate and the lanjuwe fuch as an aSedtiooatc pirent would CBiDjoytoa ehilJ without No leading object U introduced but each has in appropriate and dif tinA explanation and the youtkful under the fem UinfenGbly initiate4in thefirft ni of natural and knowledgeof JPriptcU for at the Juvenile and to DC had of all Bookfcl A cheap of fhii work joft price for uniTerW the fame work in from cafy naturalftykiwill bcfound il afirft book in the Bldy of that A donation of Fifty Pounds accompanjcd the following which the Committee for the Spanifh Patriots have great pleafure in making trading that the amiable writer will not plead invain TO THE OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRE Hiving waited in vain to fee fome perflr of bigherrank than myfelf fet forward a fubicription amonft the females of the United for the aEftance of the brave Spa in order to flrew to the whole world 4hit we We not deficient In thofe generous feelings that To nobly our at lad venture to appeal to you this moll intereft ing can be no impropriety furely in our giving this public teflimony of our fenti and contributing the only fupport in our powCr to a caufe in Vrhiehthe beft and nobleft paflions of the heart are fo deeply Let me remind that it is the battle of Eng land whichis now fighting in Spain and that if the Tyrant of the Earth is refitted in that it will be the means probably of averting for ever from this happy ifland the dan ger of and the chance of its becoming the feat of war a calamity replete wiih evils too terrible even for the imagination to is an argument which cannot be loft on my fair country in is con it involves our our and that is venerable in or lovely m every in that to a woman can make liie and Canwe then remain infenfible to the glorious druggie that is now inaking in Spain Can we forget that the very fcenes which we dare contemplate now aclaally puffing in that de voted and too be realized in our own Impoffible I All that is required of is foraefligbt fome trifling in ftances of which temporary economy mar opd which will behind it in a morepttre and permanent pleafure Unmanf RKPOUT OF THE TO TVHOM WAS RE FERRED SO MUCH OF THE MESSACJE Of THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES AS RESPECTS OUl FORETCV MOKS PARTICULARLY ITS COMMERCIAL The after a retrofpeftive view of the late of America for a period of twentyfive year down to the critical lituation in which fhe is now and after laying down the principles o the Law of Nations which have hitherto prevail and the manner in which they are now in fringed both by England and proceeds to anfwer the reafons adduced by the Britifh Go vernment in juftification of the Orders in Coun The only plea urged in juftiScation of thofe hoflilities fays the is that of retaliation groundexi on a prefumed acquiefcence of the United States in previous agreffions by the other Waving a difcuSion of the correftnefs of the principle of a principal doubt ful in and altogether inadmiffible to the extent to which it has been and when on the neutral rather than on the enemy it is altogether untrue that the United States have ever voluntarily acquiefced in the unlawful aggreffion of either nation omitted or delayed any meafure calculated to sbtain or in any refpedl deviated from that impartiality towhich they were bound by their France has alluded to the violation of the na tional and of the Sovereignty of the United Statef in the inftance of Pierces of the outrage upon the and of the deftruc ta Thwe aw fome 700 poflefied of large e obtain tedrcfs in thofe cafes are of public noto and ft may be that tion of the rhofe aggreffions on the Sove reignty of the United States did no affect their and gave no right to France either oi complainc or Setting afide irregu larities ofleis importance and equally chargeable to both fuch as the Britiih Order of and the Decree of the French Ferrand the principal violations by England of the neutral rights of prior to the Berlin Decree of and if acquiefced might have given ground of complaint to are the capture of American laden with colonial founded on a re newaiof that pretended principle generally called the rule of the imprellrnent of American compelled thereby to become the aux of England againft and piocla mation or nominal particularly that of the coall from the river Elbe to notified in 11 It will not be that the United States ever tamely acquiefced in either of thofe pryten It will not be that wjih to the two the moft ftrenuous efforts were in ceflaptly made to procure an alteration of the Britifh It is that to the nominal proclamation blockades of the United States had oppofed only fpirited and repeated and that had not always been Butthe meafures which a neutral nation may be fuppofed bound to take againft the infractions of its muft always bear a certain propor tion to the extent and nature of the injury re and to the means of Jt cannot certainly be pretended that a hafty refort to war hould in every fuch inftrince have bacome the duty of Nor can the irregularities of in declaring in a late of blockade a certain extent of part of which was and the whole of which could even by her jowerlul be actually inverted and block he pleaded in juftffication of that n which without an efficient pre ends to announce the blockade of the domi lions of a which has the inconteftible command of the and befrre no port of which he can ftation a fingle The Milan Decree of 1807 can dill lefs reft for its defence on the fuppofed acquiefcence of the United States in the Britiih Orders of the preceding fince thofe which have HCV certainly been acquiefced were not even known in America at the date of the And it is proper here to that the French particularly by the fequeftration of veffels in their and by burning our veffels on ihe high gone even beyond the tenor of their own extraordinary Theallegation of an acquiefcence in the Berlin Decree of November by which alone the Britifh Government pretends to iutHfy the Orders in is equally In the note on that addrefled on the 31ft December by the Brittfi Government to the Ame after having ftated tint they could not believe that the enemy would ever fe rionfly attempt to enforce fuch a the fol lowing declaration is esprefsly made how the enemy fliould carry thefe threats into Ihould acquiefce in fuch his Majefty might be however to retaliate in his juft The two requifites neceflary in the opinion of Grean to juftify me dated1 to the execution of the and the ac quiefcence of neutral Yet within eighii days and in the face of that declaration without waiting for afcertaining either fa5b the remaining Britifh Order of January was contrary to ffie at knowledped law of fubjecledto rcabi tured velfels of the tTnired StatesJaiiingftora ifie ports of one belligerent ro a port of atuBbcirkel The Report then feta forth the ffepl taken by America in of the Decrees of Frahce and the Orders in Council of with this that on the 12th the American Minifter at Paris prefented a fpirited remonftrance againft the infciftkm of the neutral rights of the He had in the mean tranfmitted to America inflraclion to the Council of Prizes of the i8th of This was received on the of December and a copy of the decifion iri the cafe of the Horizon having at the fame tims reached the aware oi the conlfequences which would follow that new date of communicated irnrredately tb Congrefs the alteration of the French and recommended the which was ad cordingly laid on the 22d of at which time it well underftood in vhts coun that the Britiih Orders in of No vember had although they were not officially communicated to our ThsReport next defcants on the various modes in which the Orders in Council affect the commer cial interelts of and compares ries from the latter with from the French It then the alternative is painful it is between a nued fufpenlion of commerce and war with Eng land and But the choice muft ultimately be made between the two and it is important that we fhould be prepared for either the one ur the We have already publifhed the which were agreed to by Congrefs in ccnTsquence of the SPANISH and if neutral contrary to ill THE VALENCIA GAZETTE EXTRAORD S The Supreme Junta of this kingdom has juft received following official aftdthe fimacttfihary Gazetiecf of the 3d from his Excellency the Captain Ge neral of and of the Army of Refervc 11 M03T EiCEtLBNT I give your Excellency infinite thanks for the information you have been pleafed to communi and I muft acknowledge that it will be very convenient to order the march of the regiment cf the Grenadiers of Grenada to this the re i that was to have been detained for the de fence of as nothing can be of utility fince this brave city has been threat ened with an immediate and confequently a I was without any apprehension of this capri cious meafure when I arrived here with the divi ion under my and I did not expect to rave been fo foon in the critical fituation in which now find and which is by no means tEe refult of any of my calculations or The chsnces of war are equally as diverfified as he opinions of men and to fix them is infinitely more difficult than to conduct an air At in the order and courfe of our we lad a moft fanguinary action with the enemy at Tudela on the hv which ground wasco ered with an incalculable number of dead br belonging to both parties our va liant foldiers never forgot they were the fons of and Arragon and the according to all had between 7 8000 men We have loft fome excellent but thofe who remain are determined to avenge and I may juftly congratulate my felf on the happinefs of being the commander of an army whofe enterpiifmg and daring fpirit has checked the rapidity of Napoleons Since the difperfion of our troops took the enemy has not ceafed purfuing is now in the vicinity cf this the fight of which cannot fail exciting recollections equally as atal to the as they aregloiious for Yefterday they began to fire upon our advanced but it was to their own as the booty which Ml into our hands was no fmall confolation to our noble without diftinclion of or vie with each other in working upon the fortifications fo that in only three days they have performed I with die afflftance of to be able to agbrd if not proof of my love to my King and in cafe the enemy fhould determine upon befieging God preferve you many JOSEPH DE PAJLAFOX if SaragoCu
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