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   Day (Newspaper) - January 18, 1809, London, Middlesex                                s fc Crn and i fnail genteel COFFEE now in full fituate urc and near the Inns on 1 m through III hrslth the repaired iud improved M a con rhc is thc vill ill ay be known by application to r Upper T her nr in fuch Lots as fhall be raoft convenient to the ijerand fubjecl to Conditions 35 ball be rpiiE kO L L O W I N G T IM B E I Scotch Fir with their topsand Welch wilh their n Maiden Odi lop and Maiden Afh with their and now numerically marked with a fhlron in Sanirineham and fields farm ami WoIferton in the of eight from Lynn and viin a fhTt ditlance of thc where there is every con VLiiVvurvi the Timber appjj at near Ur An at who has authority to for M n grcatefi psrt ef ihtt well worth the Attention of 1rimcd maybe of No and EXTENSIVE PREMISES to JLBTfcr a TERM Subftaniial Luge ncsr Ijtelv ufd the Ruffian upwards of 150 feet in depth and 90 in v ti entrance in t of the premifcsmay be known r i RI C he LET or a HOLD about One from Croyr well proportioned Mine convenience for a genteel f fifrten anJ ilanding for three excellent khcken flirubberieB taftefully laid two j i ve fix or ttvftthjros money may remain dn mortgage for a terjn of i icictsiiiJ particulars to be hid of with COACHHOUSE and J o LET PAGKand SON on Leafe for si dcfirable and exceedingly convenient aadhiatlfonKlTntted up containing fcrvams axd beft bedclwaiocrs on hu fecond front aiid back Urawiiljj rooms un 2 rr afpacious entrance leadingtoa light a pjved on the at the end the acoach hnufr and ihrc the mews The bafcmcnt llory contimsweCTJomeftic ac chcr o The fjtuationii tiewelfc fide of be viewed of M and with with be tod on ap plication to Megrtryajpiaja Fnr the of the diHrcffeU INHABITANTS of SWiDIdH and other Parts of and for tlie niimerocs Fugitives from Finland that are arriving in a moft deplorable r7nriE Committee for relieving the diftrefled JL Inhabitants of other Parts of the Con tave received authentic accoimts that the calami ties which have befallen the lite peaceable people of Fin land are of a mod heartrending and alarming nature the printed details whcrejif muy be had from either of the un dermentioned Members of the was an appeal to the Benevolence of Britons more and an account of oar Commercial and Political Relations with that more confonant to Uiin the prefent one for the the Or md tbc helplcfs Objects of this ori ginate in the refinance offered by in conjunction with Great to the aggreflions of The wounds inflicted by war are always poignant Fa mine and Winter make them ftill fcverer but no language Cun in adequate the accumulated mifcry now ai the feat ot dcfolation here alluded May it licvcr be fein or expericntcd by any that contribute their aid in this The Committee will continue to remit the money fuhfcribcci for the abovementioned to the Com mittee which upon thefirit remittance tlimiiiittce liis Majelty the King of Sweden bimfelf 1lie Committee have received the following Subfcrip asaltp feveral of one and twa guiucas and fums which arc here omlrted for want of room Amount of Subfcriptions advcrtifed o o 10 o o Tlionias Alderman 51 10 c hom iRi oheid aMd Pcnry 51 10 0 Hardwicke 51 10 o AT loo Id 10 o Inoy I I o o 10 6 I he tiave had the pleafurc to remit to ii Subicrip nay be paid tn Hardcaflfe and Rcy Old Swau Jofcph Flceiltrcet Claes Swedifh aul the Afinificr of Lon Wellclofcfquarc at the following and Fcnehurchflrjc and Smith i Ur and Loth i t V i j i R 1 IERSCNAL Healdi cannot be more j iy than by attending to thcprefcrvation c ic NEWTONs RESTORATIVE TOOTH POW having received thcapprsbatior of the firit a generous by cxtenlive confump frries of as well al the aueftaJon of its from the analyfis of its component prt by tic moil diftinguifhed medical who it the moti pleafant Vegetahla Tooth Iow o encreafc the beauty of the and pro nic the and which iifconfc Pierre of its experienced honoured with the immediate of their aud the vari illiiilrious hinchcs of the Royal he in the United iscwtong iooth Howder U an aftrlngfnt and antifcorbu tic delicate extremely grateful to the jiiii in its ufe in thyfe who apply it it ceruin prerentatirc to pain or decay of the to the oil period of I continues to be faithfully prepared by at his late of Cireat irnm the genuine Re cipe of the late Sir Richard Phyfician to their Ma and fold ami by and Pauls Church who he has empowered to make a liberatnllowance to his Town and Country alfo retail by Coulus and Ncwtolis Ute Great Bedfordfquarc I by every Perfumer and Medicine Seller in the in bosccs at Alfo may be hail of MI tit his warranicd iooth flruCi itiid LITERARY MISS NEW This Day is in 4 WOMAN or IDA OF ATHENS By MISS Nu doute quon ne selevat aux chafes C Von avoit 1smour pour la main de la htautc jetta dans cotre ame les femences dc ct de la Printed for and Pater ART OFELEGANT This Day fs in rtyal a new price bsund and with the fall allowance to THE ELEMENTS OF ENGLISH COM defigeed in a conrfe of Education ceed to the ftudy of the fingKfh Gramnnar and the learned and the ufeof Perfons in general who to acquire a good By DAVID Pointed for Rjchard and to be had oTBryce aiid Edinburgh iaf Dublin and otter Boo Of whom nvy alTo be Letters to his Son an and by late George Gre Prke in This Day ia price THE SCHOOL for a Comedy in Three now performing at the Theatre written by the late JOHN Efq of The Printed For and Pater Of whom may be juft Theatre oracollcitionof were acted at the late Theatre and Hay printed under the authority and by permiffionof the Managers from the Prompt with Biographical and By INCHBALD In 45 royal with andon fine with and proof Imprcfflonsof the price TEMPLE OF THE The foilowing tfteemed publications arc printed for Lack and T INNJEUSS Lj trandated from the original and includinc the improvements and difcoveries of thefocicties and celebrated individuals of countries who have written on thisamnfingand ufeful branchof In feven very large octavo with a portrait and life of the tind various AnEnplHh verfion of thi immortal work having been urgoHtiy the public are herewith prefentcd with what hitherto been cqnudered at a great defidera tuni to which are annexed Blairs three celebraieffcritical an intcrefting view of the recent comrpvcrfy relative to the authenticity of the to be1 foilndln ho other in which the opinions of Highland Mac are duly coufidcred and Ornamented with fine by in Afew copies are thrown off on the fineft royal and another without the wecoflcciTc to be extremely rot only for the elegance of its fumiffies us with an account of a new which has arifenrcfpciSUng the authenti city of the poems afcribed to and Includes fcveral in tcrcfting from Utters of to A Tour through tie whole IfUnd of ihc illuflrated with The effcnce of many different tojirs Is onited dividing the whole ifland of Great Britain into a certain number of in local the account of every There is aiSvell exemplified fuperfcdes the ufc of many fmallcr and in a kindof library ofBririfh An Engliflj Tranflatlon of Ciceros elegantly and uniformly in Ciceros Eamiliar Letters to his with by three Ciceros Eplftlef to tranflated originally by with and explanatory a new amended by Jones Efqthree iL Cicero on Oratory and two volumes Cicero s EfTays on Old Age and by Ciceros by and two by three The Incas or the Deflrudlion of the Empire of Peru by with two neat pocket In Elfams Remarks on Rural illuttratcd with original arid economic to which arc added rural retreats and in the and Grecian ftylcs of Royal iL in This is one of the motlpiiflutcfqucand ufeful books of rural defigns eitant the eday is fully illuftratcd by 30 elegantly engraved in the aquatinta Earl Sandwich Voyage round the with the authors life and fine Second This entertaining work contains an ample account of and The Magus Celeltial Intelligencer being a fum mary of all the bed writers un interfperfcd with a great variety of new rare and curious illuftrated by 13 copper many of which jrc in iL 7sn and by dc ncjIy printed with a line two in after complctinjthe circle of has favoured the world with the and fcveral taki and in which he blends philofophy with entertaining and intcrelling calculated to baniCfr the gloomy of niifaiithrophy and inthefe lighter produclions of his he evinces more original genius tban in Eiiy other of Tiis Vide ConytTfa tions A Voyage the in the years 1785 by La Peyroufc a new in three and a folio of beantilul engraved by ii A Voyage in Search of La by Labillardicre in the yean 1791 s companion to the with 46 fine tvro 11 WartonsHittory of a General Index qoarto fcwed The now prtfented to the not on ginalfy intended for The great inconvenience arifig from tic want of its mult have been fcvere ly felt by all who in the courfe of their littfary hud occafion to refer to thit noblctreafure of poetical know the Hiftory of EngliQi To obviate this dis the compiler drew out the prefent The experience of its utility fuggdled the idea of multiplying tie by which it is truRed a commendable fervice been rendered to A very limited number has been Montcfinrcs Bankrupt and Creditors Friendly Al royal The plan the under dcfcrvcs commendrttiim it has brought the cxtenlive fyllcra of the bankrupt laws within a concifc exhibits tlenr in a clcir It benefit a great number of indi vVhofe roufbrtuccs fubjcift them to the unfortunate predicanicnt and of a ftill greater who daily ran the rife of being the creditors of Literary A Chemical with copious a vocabu lary of the and a chapter of inrtruclivi and amuQng experimcuts By Samuel Secona with cwiuilerable larjc Fitzofjjornes on fevcral by McJ Ueautifully printed boards INDIA DOCK THE the India Dock Company doberebygive that a General Meefing of the be London on Friday at TweVre brfns one of tlie Halfyearly General Meetings bythe AS of By order of the JOliN tec The Chair trillbe okeil at One oCkick precifely SUPERIOR MILESi At his Coner of GREAT TURNSTILE HAS great falisfkcrioR in being to an nounce to thc and after incurring conEderable expenctf in the employ ot the belt and aided by local A SPLENDID ASSEMBLAGE OB PRINTED Of filed and immovcable their and which are peculiarly mode of aa it itittJT of raoft ex quiflte ariddegfct dtfigns andwiHeriM from the and Afiatic Scjitfttsef Taftc and difplays an infinite variety of in Scarr Blue Royal SwDrvfuogtooio faft Chair aoltt affortment of Plain of Bordered KER strMXiJttand fortfe yaried purpofea qf ele r the confident the fuperiw quality of Hil and the very ow price heh eoahled and Proprietor to relies he fhall fccnre a continuance of that patronage itias bcenJiis ambition A fupply of Patterns from the Manufactory may be Wcdnefday and 3 his Warehoufe above referred The Trade are SECOND MISSES HQDGE5 have the ho nour of acquainting Parents and that SEMINARY for Young Gen the age of yULopcn on the 2td of Tannary The houfcand pxemifes are fitted inaTuperior and eplinentjy adapted for pur A limited nnmbjr are to great eft attention will be only jicir but to their health and morale Further partieularrmsy be known at Fall TO PARENTS AND TN refpeclable and eftabliflied LADIES 1 BOARDING hear wbcre num ber is limited to Twentjja vacancy now offers two voun and every attcnriori paid to their opportu nity alfo nrefcnw who a dcCre to render herfetf fafficIeBtly dccomplifhed in every branch of Enucation to fitiiation a Go yeraefi ioa to for parent who value the real intcreft qf their will Snd upon application oppor every methodis them truly jhsppv and o Forwards and terms wheccevery refereuw bc glyen and j CANDLES with WAXED decided advantages over thofe made in the coromoiir with fteam is irapJ and tka by being W The tallow lin iti etalt bdghtcr iVTanutacturca p aaa Sosp Coareanji and fortho ionvenience pf Boxfi ot and Twdre Dozen Flset and As this Company only for ready Country Correfpondcnts are jequeOed to fend for payment in London with their BANKRUPTCY Robert of Tliompfon of South fhip dealer and to and at at the Golden Lion South At South Shields and Bell and George and at at New William Of Toxteth near at at the George Liver pool and SUcpfiard and Tatnes of and at at thc Globe Liver jjooL Gsorge liver pool and Cooper and Southamptonbuild Tuftiriian Smith and late of iron 33 at eleven at the Chrifto Inn and Sfaephird and L9ndon and Siiep lames of deller and at 3t elevensarid at at the Thorn in Hardy B Thomas of moneyfcri and at at the Barnftaple and Brem inner March William of at at the White Lion 8 at at the upon Feb Thomas of at ten at the Bridgwater Arms Hutchinfon JRobert WUUam of at at Tohn at at the Globe Johnftrcctr RicbarA Bank of at at y St carpea ten at George Richard and Rgbert of Cheap at at Toon Ute of W mSaPaul the of Reddifh calico the of Robert Scatcherd Jaintcr Clark of MUliBRton and Jofcph of gla of Robert Ro of cotton twift and weft dealersJohn Tntt or late of the Borough of PARTNERSHIPS Robert John and George Richard Black well William and Peter ftove and Henry and Davjd Dafcy of Grcat Tohn and Tbonw Wilfon ciperaud William Cooper of Tohn Pickard and William of Rofe and leather breeches tin Cole and David of GooRry ind Robert Beardmore ofNew caftieunderLyme and woollen and UnendrapersiRichard Homer and William of William Bee feu and William of i D nf George Matthrw qf and Joftrph of Ro bert Jphn Robert Jbfiiua James and Jofeph Robins and of James of the market Wright and Hiniry of Great JahnftonauJWUliim glove manufac Dyfon of Allan and tilk DUR ARMY IN CONDUCT Of THE FRENCH TOWARDS THE SIS TEEN A great fenfation has btep produced in this courier by tlie ftaiemeni in one of Buonaparres late of of fisteen Engliih who are reprefented as or men who hadlofl tneir From the of fuch a faifl with fo much in a docu rnehtdiftated by Buonaparte as well as from his known hatred of the and the exprelfed by him not long that the Englilh may have landed inftead of in ordef the Continent may bedred rwith theif that EnglifJl wives and mothers may tnow byexperience the rniferies which their Government brings upon theConti for itsowriinterefted lhat the FreacK GovernnJenthatifornii ed the atrocious determination of giving bur troops no Ic is hard to a revolution was found too inhuman for the murderous times of fhould now be propofed to French and to without It is to ftty what the violent and tyrannical mind of Bno naparte may not do to gratify the leading paffion of bis of the the French nation has approved or acquiefced in fo many outrageousafls and that cah 1 not form any pofitivereliance that the fame mur derdus fyftern which was purfued with refpeft to the fixteen ftragglers may not be made a general The conduct of the Britifh un der fuch be tarnidied as little as poffible wiih the retalia tory principle of unrelenting While they fight for they muftof courfe have lit tle regard to fparing the lives of men whofe pre but infuring the meansof their murder but when mercy inuft ever be the diilinguifhing chaVaifleriftic of Britifh The daughter of the fixteen and the poffibility of its being but the firft opening of the fyHem ofwarfare about to be pUrlued with refpeft to the Britifh carried Usback to the times when Robefpierre iifued his ififamoUs decree for giving no Pichegru and the army refufed to carry U into execution the na tion was roufed by the rejection the army froin thai day die influence of the tyrant began to begaajcoHzear 4 We caatave irccIedouStj tjiat if a lyftem ILould now be though the will of the defpot may for a moment be conformed would recoil and the the decline of his power would com We will venture to that no French no read the account of the murder of the fixteen without feeling his mind The following will be found in the Annual Regifter of addrefled to the Army on the occafion of Robefpierres contributed much to the impreffion then made on the French Army and the French by the Iriking contraft which it afforded between the fknguinary principles and condufl of their swn wicked and thofe of a wellordered and a truly and generous We therefore think it not amifs to re publifh it at the prefent DUKE OF YORKS GENERAL UNE His Royal Highnefs the Duke York thinks it incumbent on him to announce to the Britith and Hanoverian troops under his that the National Convention of purfuing that gradation of crimes and horrors which has dis tinguished the periods of its as the moft calamitous of any that has yet occurred in the hi lory of the hasjuft paffed a that their foldiers fhall give no quarters to the Brilifh or Hanoverian His Royal High nefs anticipates the indignation and horror which has naturally arifen in the minds of the brave troops whom he addreifes uponreceiving this His Royal Highnefs how to remind that mercy to the van quilhed is the brighteft gerh in a foldiers charac and exhorts not fo fuffer their refent merrt to lead them to any precipitate ail pf cru elty on their which may fully the reputation rhey have acquired in the worldHis Royal Highnefs that tt will be difficult for brave men to conceive that any fet of who are themfelves exempt from baring in the dan gers of ihould be fo bafe and cowardly as to feek to aggravate the calamities of it upon the unfortune people who are fubjedt to their It referved for the prefent times to produce to the world the proof of the poffibi lity of the exiftence of fuch atrocity and The pretence for if founded wouldjuftify it only to minds fimilar to thofe of the Members of the National It in too abfurd to be no ftill lefs to be The French muft themfelves fee through the flimfy artifice of an intended by which Robefpierre has fucceeded in procuring that Military which has nt once eftablifhed him the fucceffor of the unfortunate by whatever name he may chufe to dignify his future Ip all the which from tiie erfrlieft times have ei ifled between the Englifh and the French they have been accu domed each other in the light of generous as well as brave while die for a century the allies of tb have jn this reciprocal Humanityand have af all rimes taken imlantthat oppcirwn ceafedj and the fame cloak been freguentlj feen thofo wlio were ant cofiyiving hif pitals of the j The Britifb Hanoverian will not bcf Ijeve that the French even uadei their prefent can fo far forget raiflers as as co pay any attention to decree as Injurious as it is difgrace ful to the perfoas who pkrTeditr On this confi dence Royal trufts that thq rbldiers of both nations will confine their and abhorrence to the National Con venuon alone perfiladed rhat they will joined ip them by every Frenchman who pofleffes ope fpark of 01 one piiuciple of afoUiidt arid Ills Royal Highnefs is it will only be on contrary to every that the French nrmy has relinquifhed every title to the fair character of ancl by fuliniitr and obeying fo atrocious an that the brave troops under hiy command will think thernfelves and indeed under the necei fity of adopting a ipccies of for which they will then ftand acquittedto their QWR con and the in fucb an dieiFrench arrnyraione ablerbr the vengeance which will fall on and already groaning un derevery ctlanaity vsrhich of unprincipled and avarice can heap upon tlreiF devoted His Royal Highneis cfefires thefe orders may be read and explained to the men at their fuccefr five THE DUTCH according to the kf vices fiorh was no as had been by the explofion of a powJer ma but had effected his efcape with the Grand Mahomet on board ore of the fels in the harbour the Admiral of the Turkifh Seid being his On the 16th the fhips of war were Bombarding anj can nonading the pofts in the city occupied by the Janifaries and considerable fears were enter tained for thefafetyof the Foreign in the fuburb of The blood that had been fhed was beyond all General Gouvion who commands the 7th corps of the army in marched on the 7th for to form a junction with Ge neral and fubfequently to continue hii for Valencia The 5th under the command of the Duke of Trevjfb reached Xogreno frbntof OT thTr15Tb7 fii v liTin jr entered Tiidela on the Immediately their to prevent the unnecef fary lofs of will be in and neither bombardment or mines will be unlefs the obftinacy of the inhabitants fhould render it abfclutelyneeeffary to refort to fuch extremities againft a city which has already fufferedfo The corps of Marfhal the Duke of Elchingen arrived at Madrid on the and was to occupy the quarters which the Duke of quitted on marching of the day It was reported at Madrid at theaboye in conlequence of the defeatof the infur fents at and Gua icarcely 6000 df their great army then remained in one A letter from dated December The greeted tranquillity prevails in Old We fend fupplies of provifions to the Efcu and we ardently wifli that all the other pro vinces of the kingdom enjoyed the fame happi The followingletterfrom Count Florida Blanca to the Marquis de la Romana has been inter cepted My much efteemed and worthy I cerely fympathize in all your Nothing can exprefs the wretched condition in which we find ourfelves In the rnjdft of our mis we learn that ONeil and Saint on the morning of the took poifeffion of after it was evacuated by the who occupied a more advantageous We wait for the further particulars of this At prefent the great object is to unite our forces with the Englifh it it be poffible to effeft fucb a I am not certain that my letter will not fall into the hands of the as hey oc cupy almoft all the My health is as might naturally be expecled in an old man of eighty but my good fpirits pever forfake His Majefty has tranfmitted the following let ter to the Magistrates of this city and faithful my provinces being evacuated by the my at tention js 110w direcled to the accomplifhment of my heartfelt wilh of returning to Tny capital of with the Queen my and my fa cbjecl which I have by all poffible means endeavoured to attain fince the conclufion I have given the Conftituted Authorities ball leave this place for as foon as the dilbifts on the other fide of the have begun to breaths a little from the effedl of the heav burthens they have fuftained in furniih ing carriages and and dbr irig the of the 1Jiis ftiore interval I fhall employ in ajourney to Peteri in confequence of the repeated and urgent both verbally and by let of his Majefty the Emperor of I hall expedite my and within a few to reviut my provinces on the other fide of the to which owe fo many proofs   

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