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Day (Newspaper) - January 13, 1809, London, Middlesex THEATRE Treafury HE refpeaftrity in adhere to anj poetical the c DAlopeusY to cprhm unicate i tained froiri tbofe of tlitr a3vanied oFtheeneral have made anil njlh tieither of tliat 1 tout the Meeting proporedby tJe the be of day in thennftoaj i INSURANCE Janjift ry Ay PRO 1 PRAETORS win be beldat their Houfe in on WedneHay the I8dr at one oclock pre cifely 5 when a Arridcpd for the lift halfyear witt be de By order of the JOHN Secretary SUPERIOR At his of GREAT v HAS great fttrsfaiS ion in beimj able to an nounce and after incurrinj tdhftderablc expcnce inthe employ the by local A PRINTED Of fixed ind and which are peculiarly adapted to ticprefait mode or FuKNi8BiNcf everf uf quifite anddegant from fte anaACatie of TafU I Und diQrlayi Variety of rich DasnaftPrtntftJ GilUoeftirtScv Hoya and peculiarly adaptcvl Bretk with for hair to nuitclijanaan Plwn of fell colonri and Plain and for the varied of ele gant infubmittingthe above to the infpcclionof the fcel confident the fupcnor quality of Mil and the very lowprice he h enabledas a tnd Proprietor to charge relics he fliall fccnre a continaUflccOfdUtpilroSagcithuiceti SUiffibition to A freth tupplr of from piaybe fcen every Wednefday and at Uarehoitfe refpTea The Trade are Ihc County rFprtjer New Bon bo known at To OROCERSi of an eftabjifted other cpnvenKneos Jn tfce Grocery and Tobacco Ctnate in For jwriicnlarr apply to For LEASE aiid GOODWILL of an old in to TNSTITUTlQN for the Cure of JL Cnldyatiori ijf Inftruftlbn Completion of flrdford Pupils of claffu and defcfipHont ate acco modated eitherjirhrstejy ilr asboarders in the care of Junror Firpib under pare Gentleihen with impedimenu of natu or refultmjjfrom organic drfedfci and gentienrenwhe ftrabj prtvincial and pcrfonj drfirons of irrcnt jntKe Oratory of alfe inthe TatlouldepartmenU Of Polite The DifcuJEoni of the Lyceum of Oratory are ar every Monday to vrilch regular and Gentlemen formally admitted and asedn can alone be Teachers of the Modern Lan aid iecoroplifli attend the Kadic and arc attended at Rated houri at tbcir own Plans and Teritis rasy price of CohfliiJJ Piceidilly and1 This Day wss Tnid Onft prict by penmflion of the on SEVERAL U of JBUfcopTVeainiOuthj Author or Natural its equal light on fobjeft if Uw ftadow be the neceffary let it TO Enclofed a the anfwer of the nifter of MarinetiiTOiirietterof the inftant relative to the fale cJa part of the cargo of the Ihip James now appear department tered iathe QF of 4 Letter of Mtiriae to General Feb it cpnfidered p a meafure ny fbreiga Some trons of tKfs kindwert iri fibm theTrufceprefentations of our own the the policy be rhifundorflood as the nor any btner exifted for making them none haYe been EJtTRACTOF PR1VATB FROM opinion here Qiould not England confeniio tltepropbfal of egaKtttfdieOrdefs of Gouncilj a war will during JeffprXons Prefi i but asfpbn fpui is of thts ret Frahce Printed and Pateroof Thii Day i price A SEQUEL TO THE USErUL JVttempt to explain ewnpliftf I obferve to raaf qUeftion now is not as to a Oifel feqiiefreyed iii as to a prize made at for a con travemioaof laft that the ordered pt to explain ewnpliftf the aid proper ApUcatlon of the higher briflchtf of the Science of Numbers f q propriate jdstigttctt wfacecfld the INDIA ALJES or Gentleineh having INDIA iaCaBiyttWaitbmanaod Fket corner ef wherethe aioUWpcrb ColicdUoa cveroffiETdaln Ujb Irnovy an Full priciyirsilbr vrorked Mutjink S EXTENSIVE Subltaniiar idrgre pcir with alarji brick building Jiteljr ufod Uve RaffiaTr with upwards otlfo feet in dcptb in pti vase entrance in a great Plans of the premifes may be particularj known it with COACHHOUSE A Primed for and npilcrroiY i Ta Of whom amy be qaetflary of the Science of rendered The Second correAedand Alfoj a A aw ioall the for AlKSWORTHS pirbUBicdin price iL A DidUonary of Tongue the the Britilb by ROBERT AINS A few with great Addititmj and panicalarly a Urge Index words occur ia Stephens and of ao or modern witi the proper ahd Xehofart word frequewly annexed another of the fxaa kjndi from Voijiuv And To which are a of the Brtr cdminon Latin woriit our ancient of the average the raptured as of recred according to by regulation of the well of ttotit MADISON arid fticcefs crowned her impudence here aseVery Where Mr tytadifuas ireign not be a of and a rjbh of expefled as the fitft quencesofhfsimpolilic Several Com mittees formed in the eafterri States to pre pare open refinance o allEmbargo and NonIntercqnrfe A2sVwhile in the principal commercial citfesffhtlaSelphia excepted regu have agreed on contrivances to evade and elude and In tHe mean a bddf of troops hare to the frontiers of Britifh I mprojeiflfjeceived a Jeiter from his Majefty of which fabjoiaacopyj 5ir T CHAMfAONV TOGENERAL corps guard of which Dec at may he ijf which 2600 are The corps of the advanced guard of which was at Palencia on may be pfwhich 1QQO wereca The corps including thofe re giments moved front thofe which atSegovfa and the pfofitions on in cluding alfo ImOTm may be efli rriatcd at leji of which 6000 s wasypiflihe ra at From this RatemeWvpe cpjjecl the and ppfitipnbf botharmies tbe 20tb as tjjo re c J Spaniffl At Aftorga aain ft theEngltfi cpmpiercfe frequently caxifed re clamattans on Ehe 1 may be the Vernment cannot any tne aiyi while the United allow that their vifited Dieinay drw them Into pot turn theta from yiejf the not oblige Engiani JLCT merchandize whicfi while it as it is to prevent and to ftop allintercourfe pgrhaps alfoto ready for zeouft to create fame drverfion mfavour in cafe of no v Two Government vefleis are prepariog to Jarry back to Americaair American poliucal and in andWa 4ifon confider the juljugaiion of the ftiots asrcerwin as the of inde Great Britkinj of NonIntercQurfe foreign merchkndiieand have hundred per ithin a week 5 extent of jhe American and Britiffi Of the remainder of the under either as to numbers or no thing was known Branch force on the29th a follows body Sonlts Corps Junots Euonapoites Corps Total Cavalry Therear the Armyis days march before tie advanced guard of the haYmgleft BerieveHte on the and the enemyhaving enteredtron The dhftaHcesoftie ulcd in Latin authors and DfcmiBent of in lujd and RicharOfonj Wilkie and Rqbinfon Sc9tcher4 aod Lettir mtn Walker Sharpe Nnnb Lttt an4 and Martin anl Arch 5 Alatjicw and Ldgh Ofa eer PayniS aqd1 MKinleyj Pole axil Boofey Mawman Booker T5U Day ere in a roU wfth PJstcs by price in the sd reviled and To LET by MeflWPAGE aSd SON for 11 poflelfiwi A Very tlefirablc and eiceedtngly convenient HOUSED inpccelleht tod up j containing beft bcdcham the atlic anfl feeoncl or gentl the it the qad gardea a tojch three witi the mewi Hbry contains espry domeftie ac cellars andwlqe ThettaaUon is on tjjeweftfide of May Ke between the of ta arid with further bt hadon ap plicariun Page and SonJ FOR NERVOUS COM OXLKY8 CONCENTRATJ2D ESSENCE of JAMAICA ufcfnl Medicine is re emibent medical and is in condom With many Perfonf of the highcft rank and Il and ffibrtcni the duration of fiti of Cecfitling thetato gaiingha piroifftni irifl piroifftni it Tcjhovet tfenfeunptakTant fymp z wukned of theXtomichand pONVERSATIONS OK Vwl In wlflcti the Elementi of that Science are illuftrated by The virwvwhich ij iiifabfecl moft and imponant parts of thy ftJTDTtithf doAribcs ijf aw explained in a manner which ii ttt trnetlmefsiriiliarahdccrreft the ftyle U pcrfpicuovi an4 the dialoaue is natural and uncmbar Printed for iongmah ani Pater that power to apply to tiiqni the absurdrules of blockade whkh ic has iet up with olf in juring that tor lerance allowalfp the appli f vj e i i catiprj of reprifal which France is to HjtMajafty recur to fcpows allb that the in cbnfe quence of thofe having habitual regulations ufing a oom mon and mixing their might frequently of iome commercial connivance with as they would hive greater facility in covering This circumftance made it neceffary to ufe mere and an unceafing in not tq he expofed to raight refult from a lefs conftant But it is not to it is to England that to to bs She it is who theexamplej of andinfringing of na To oblige her to renounce it has PARTY TO EDlTOa OF Si XhffertJice of opmion and the fpirit of in the government of a ideat perfeftly orobfite j as the former arifes frora the vafiout lights in which tilings ara but the detertoinaiion them but in by If man were benevolence were his predominant though of inuft Tpirit would never appear becsufe a paramount power in his nature would exclude it i and the meafdres only be to of their real or feemW ofite tenetiin become neceflkry her wfitH her arms t in violating the rights of all he has united them all by a corhrnon and it is for them to have recourfe to fprcV againft her forbid her fhe fearch la vifte of feltrthe takingaway of their arjdpp de clare themfelyes againft meafures which wound their and unjuft pretenfions of JEhglani kept up as lorig as tareft anar inclination of prevent at ftaircity by TmuggEng tfre non bourftio cbmlriue for ithasbeen calculated American Tailors ficVw tarviog wrll te feat abroad wilTbeincregied to The Bridm at Nova arrived here week with was landed an Eng liflifloopof Thefe diipatches are fald to concern an armament Kilifasfor the Weft the failing firpp the late meafures here may if not flop OURTRQOPS IN which Sriuih Armyjs to march in its retreat to according to the moft aeonate From Aflojga Ponterrsdo 35 from Ponterrado to Villaftanca 10 From Villaftanca to rom Lugo to Betanzos From Betanzos to ia a direct line from Aftorga to or about nine da J i bfitftonld toke die off and march or ftrike offtp in the fame at Vhen the diftance wouid Visit w from Orenfc to Rjbadaria 15 Prom Rifaadavia to Vigo From Lugo to Orenfe 50 In no the cbaft under nine or ten retail fey Ididfiniin Hay market 5 and Royal Fwetjowto H ndtie he Uai and What li figntd ontie label A of StMAfcg at Qry light i Y which 15 maintainea not to lappon truth but fhe interefts of a in no other principle but to oppofethofe who fn It is by no pretended tt WN1W t are that a of foundbandCSulfetof mmbrity may not extft j butwhto flifs defcrrptioa of are opbd rn on every to thatwticb js minated the the preiumbttort unvaried oppofulon arifcs ftpm tlic tboftwhojTe rightsfte violates are yentj and what Government has had more to complain bf againft than the UnitedStates AJltJie dif ficulties rife to your reclama would be remove4 with if the Government of the United after com plamlog oi the injuftice arid violence of took with the whole continent the part or gua ranteeing itfelf has intro ipto the rnaiitiae war ab entire difregard for fhe rights of it is only in fprcing her that it iipoulble to recover OnAiAtoouit the of ajl natiopi the all have depot to QEVSKAt J recerred ou did me the fao fucb pint of and not from a difference of opt jijfin if uniformly would ceafe to that character For the faas ajTiajority fee evti7 who never differ In In the Jariie mnft be equally prefumed to aft formly deoded opinion as iem to for truth 1oth be aqctiipt rt is can nolmoreihvaysthmkv ifian fpeak and difference of QpiHipnwpI coafetjueatl obtSiri Inr a tfWnrativ nbur to oa the 26th Though I bad complained often and earneftly of both the prracipieiand Operation of the Eri perors Decrees of and Decem J807 haying ba he have under yet astbeiirffideotj orders were that JeUrel ihoald fnperaddto jnight have teerrprevi In alarming ftate of our affairs in the northweft of Spaihj it becomes an eflential part duty to coinmunicate to our readers ipfprmation that can enable them form a juft ppinion upon the fiiuafion the con tending We cannot cphtrouljthe courfe but it Jball not be faid thatwe either blind to the probable of known or that as fomp of our co temporaries have a in compatible wjth expectations that may with lice bP from known character of Britifii more from theiexarriptes of bravery firmnefs already exhibited by burgaljant countrymen in or that fears unworthy of that fpirit which it of Britons to in a degree fai1 the If language could avert an im pendrpe fliouldbe foremoft in our decla mation but as it to us that the firmed march andt mufirnbt be imagined tnir aVe treat of advanced their heelsi bepefformed wUh othenvife TfVthe moft cobi and orderly forced marcnes ar wffiJJ part is to afcertain JuU amount of inenaced in order to meet it with pro portionate wtfljall not hefitatie to give upon the our army in which Qiall fairly from the laft information we been able the which bur ieftattefltfon could give to pofition lof the contending hurried and enemy avails hirnfelf of Ad vances With Vtfd without to Such appears the bur army in Spain andr cancfenT is to the laft degree critical nately line of march lies through tainons and rough there 4 I 1 are no parallel or coJlateral nor can ca vaky pafs in any along the main c onfly inade a againft thofe of moment in writing notpr ternw appear tobe uch as were proper or aeccfiary o the ani otlcu tbeiUfgalouea accruing of tcibe on the 29th Decemberi was as in fuU march was retreatmg upon Aftorga j the caralry and horfe artillery were at Benevente to watch the enemys and td cover die On December the Britiflj infantry was in fullmarch upon Ponterrado and Vfllafranca the cayalry and horfe artillery were ftationed at Af to watch the and cover the re The Britifh about 26QOO artd 220D all effective with a proportionate quantity of artillery the whole in the beft and all eager to diftin battleagainft the by continuaji fkirmifijes with a fuperibr cavalry and it the p7urfuit ignorant of the character of our 5ecan nat fuppofe thiithe toadue fenie of his ib the importance tiatimuft the of buriijny ftafl befoBsftrniate as to reeTmf ark wUh but it will be in immediate1 tary the war renewedfYrfepur to any South leaying1Rs whole the extrenity of of abbra 500 tfie Our moft ardent W better altfed our diveriion he and we ihould Eaye fttisfaflibn of leavmg our enemy a prey to the raoft bitter difeppotot to vent his rage m of every feeling could arUe from fruftrated re vengeand mortifiedambition ThaC fitch may be our fortune we dorjnbft moft ardently let us not en courage fuch expectations too If tne purfuit is continued in and that the enemy canadvance hiswhole force under the prpvifibning his battle the confequence but that battle probably be fought upon we rpay Enabled tqtake every advantage of loealdir tjverwhafebeft fjfdpps our alneady a great andlevident a corps of Rbmana had feritJljoni Jlis divifion bUt from the kijowu TJMUI Ji f rt J aijd Impreffioo o diiifters in i to and Sonbur of we hope to be excuftd for eitprefllog a rather than a the profea can fifuatibn the conteft to above to Uphold the evennearly we S np of Y WA4U A W 1 4 tfetttey may naitate theer1 tHeTefult an of our troopfi will 1 the it can into bc
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