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Day (Newspaper) - February 6, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MQRMKG AT SIX FEBJiUAliV IMPERIAL INSURANCE February half yearly Dividend on the STOCK of Company b now in payment the pportUfltty of expreltnj jrati ui the very great encouragement the ilTuring them that the fameatten u in fettling j iti couducltwiU be 13y Order of the 1 UTEKAKY S of ir N j rl Karl of Upper OITory William Scropc infured with this Auicution Seven whether their Policies be far feven or be renewed with the original Snbfcribcrs infueh as may during With they peculiar aad valuable affuraace of liable to make lolTes of as the iiAindertafcfn by aft exteriflve Aflbciation and who have fobfcribcJ an to gimrwnce the engagementsof the Officu r itarc conCdercd to be very as ihe OSec of the belt and its management is by larjre andnumerous Maries t the Truf and Farming i withnu ttie average at the f It per No charge is made lor Polices rmn other Perfnns infurlng for feven iiit are charged for years always made good by this without or Managing Direflon jre appointed in all the principal who are V to the Provident Life Office F VaSflv empowered by Act of the INSURANCE of the Gram 1 Purcliafc of and the Endowment of Noble the Marquis of G Tff nf Gi J jr l I Vifcuunt I Lord B Buckingham I aa of derivjbte 0 itc with that of Mantt Miliurrsicn ire not with any acfttia No not f v exMptthc ftamp ANNUAL RJiVIEW for On lath of February will be jHE ANNUAL and Hiftorj of L JLJtewturc for Printed ror and Vhjcrc be hacL the Annual Review for 3 HILLs In Three price Fiftcetj in a Novel X SHrtcHrfof Portugal aud nd part of Printed ior 6 the THIRDS beinj the of art iABRIDGMENT the1 PRIUS containing the Dccifionidowfl tri Trinity Territi ifco By Of Barriftet a Law Printed for Law plehar and Fleming end Upper OrmbridqUay Of tf horn be Part the Second of tie above to complete THE CELEBRATED Preparing for the and fpecdily will be by PaU THE Intereaing and Authenric MEMOIRS MARY ANN from the agio fifteen to the prcfrnt On the jft of waj price THE Sixteenth Nurpber of the RETRO SPECT and AGRICULTURAL ThedcfigDof this Uork to lay before the every three correil accounts of all fa3s and difcoveries relating to Arts and pnierally by giving tUc fub ftacce of every interefting Paper havcappcared oiiring the internjcdiate periods of putilication with ronirkion niany of the including crlticifnu on the merits of new Publifhed by Agent for obtaining for Temple WANTKD IX IJIATE WITH POSSESSION EITHER to rent or for a refpjclable if trith a good Counting Houfe the de nruate in any tefpeftiole bctvrtA StRuils c Knval ftsting full to Ao G KORGE OAKLEY has the honoor to an rnunxc to t their nt Affemblage of FASHION ABLE the pcculfdr jiririciplc hit bo Is enabled tofuitahr on aivan it Tut Old Bo i id Pauls CANDLES manufafturcd with hire decided over llir common Thc tallow beinf jneltel li greatly Jmprnred in quality and iid tkc by being coittd with ettit a Wightcr tamr wnh more durable than only by the Candle and Soip PI or the convenience of In Boxfi of and Twelve at Flcet 1 and Ionpnny only deliver goods for ready Crrffjiondcntt arc requeltcd to fttld references in 1 with their Thirteen Years the IRISH LINEN y oppofcd the injurious plan of whttcn acid J and for the lalt eight they 71 Hufe open in London lor the cxclulire Sale of and which arc to he had in raj j ihcir s klding to hut Irifli not lefs than z piece One piece at whclcfalc and no Kach piece is warranted as to J J un the and the money returncdif a fhorrjy impolicy of admit flflits nxinoiu rffcvt on the on its ultimac with re in when r fervice together three Report of the Trade und Indiabuilt wr relating to this price DIX LETTERS of Milners relating to thepropoal made in tho laft Seffion of admitting Kings Veto in tk Election of RomanCatholic Addrefted to th publffli by io which Is now added containuig all the k Primal for booifeJIer lo op pofite This lay U Volume Royal price sit npBfi LADYs t iioni far drfffing with talto and citgance indrcceipH fnr prnpatinr all the bdt and wwll banalefs pro aboTc it a work pointing aiit to women what ever tckdii to and warning of what ii ptrm is prefcribej by good towhatris dictated by aridi and tS be Bad of all Ai fiii Corner of GREAT TURNSHLE HAS great fatisfaflion hems able to nottntc to lie and he after incurring ctflfidcrable in the employ of the belt and ajtkd by local A SOLENOID Of TOWN PRINTED CONDU1T COLBUlWrefpeafuIIy folicits the of the Public to his Englifh and Fortim SjjWtnption U conducted on the dolt cx is toinfure whether in town or ignudUufiipply of the books they it u rre now ftands irari tfibmJruj a fe1eftiorr of works in every branch 6f nm Julian to which all new 2nclft and Foreign in L1 immediately publication or arrival in A Piclnre tratiflared from tie German of ChJrifaan Anpiftui By Thomai George a poieL By Aoguftuj Voa Kotzebue i a j for nf Ireland Agent tu the their only in iiryfii s GRAND Tickets for cont 6 Priz5of 10 fcs whrle fTthc tirfl and anutlur ul h ii 1 1 mJ beg leave to recommend tlie oi rh pmVrt n improvement upon tc 1 Lottery which pj 1 nn Lottiry in 1 hcen tt ae an Sale a e urivtrfal innrc vjluabkthan ihr licinp to lame amount j Swift and CVY and AJd the laft and 1ve vr been Shartd an J ir Oon and Cold Edinburgh and and APiCTURE of taken on Tfanflited from the German of Chrif tian Augnliw Vft btve nahcfitauon in recpmmcSdiiip this Picture of Valencia to the attention of thcpublic at the prefent and the tranflator dcfervr our thanks far furnifhinjr the Britifh pubfle with a ilcfcription of oneof themolt fafci nating LrovinCc5 of the raultintereftioy Country in AntiJocobin Zoolopcal Anecdotes Authentic and Interfiling relative to the and Economy of the IJrute both in their natural and Gy William Second in two price Of filed for their and peculiarly adapted to prcfent mode of u H combines every of moft ex quilite and and the indAliatlc Schools of Talte and clifplays an infinite of rick DarrUlk Printed in Scar Blue Celeftc anil Royul JontjuitTaod other peculiarly adapted for and UlJiinjttnd Break fad coirefpoijdinj Borflcrs Medallions for Chair toajatefij andan aJTortmeiit of Plain colouri and Plain and Bordered KER vafitd purpofei of ele gant Furnitiirel MUESi In fubmlttnia the above to the infpeflion of the fcdi confident tbefaperlor and the very low price he ai a Manuractilrer and Proprietor fclks hcftiallfecure a contirtuance of that patronage it his been his ambition to A frefh Tupply of Patterns from the Manufactory niay be feea evay and at Uarehbufr abovtf referred Trade are alTo BRITANNIA NOTICE isbereby that a Committee of UJE Governors of Birthelbniews Hofpital will meet at the Counting Houfe of the fad on the u odloci for ukiag fm rppjiiriag feafe for to receive propofuk ed the Weft corner of Dukc and and poOeffingthc advantages of two fronts and entraheej Jn Dukeftreet and Little ThcLclTcc will berccjaired todo fary and to pay a rent ill uics and deduc tions whatfocver the property tax exccpted and to pay theinfurancc and duty i or further jwrtjculars apply at the Counting Houfe of the fiid where ia Writing fealcd up may be Bartholomews JuS publifhcd by London t unj fold hy and AJICTURE of takan on the Spot bcinj a Pliyfi cal anil of tin Capital with Sketches on the jnd Manners of the Portugucfe in This PicturL of n h an intcrefting Hiid it drfcrvcs n not only from tbc curious dctkiL ivuich ic ut from the Itrikinj Iiroofi cvhii it of the nuincrouii and portentous viii of a In a few day will be an Account of Brazil Andrew BRITISH HOUSE A private brought up by read a firft Sir James Pulteney the Secretary nt War brought up Copies of Letters from Pearce to the office of the Secretary of Ordered to lie on the On the motion of the Report of the Committee of Supply was read a fecond time and it was ordered that the on Monday Majcflys Ship off at eleven his Majefiji bng Monie Fonunce informed me by fignal that an enemys two fchooners at an off Uie 1 Immediately recalled the luofeout veliels named as per and made all fail towards the On our Hearing I perceived a large French fchooner towing under cover of a number of The fchooner finding it impoffible to get I which I had between and ln of thecipt trtty rjn her on fhore under a bauery of four flanked by two fmaller and the beach lined with The then made to clofe with the upemVi and engage in followed by and Morne being wiifam the fmail bat terieswerefoon and the troops driven from the Seeipg the brig and ichoonet J directed the Morrte FortUnce to watch the fchooner in and to give fimilar orders to the Epervjer oa her coming We then nvade fail towards the brig and the other vhich were lying well to windivari dole to the cover of fourbat teries and an irhmenfe number of troops and field which they had brought down on the beach to protect Hiving placed the barge and two cutters under the command of Lieute nant and who hand volunteered with fujiyeight men to bring the brig out j I then made with the Stork and Exprefs towards and diredled the boats to lay off thebrigs fire It getting the veliels lying clofeiin with the and having no pilot on I ftood and was hartdfomely feconded by Le Geyt of the The ihips did trot commence action until our men were wounded from the beach with muf then bore irp aider a heavy fire cf guns and Having paiFrid the batteries and brig or the Storks to jallant manner and it is with extreme concern t have to that their gallantry did not meet with its reward the were beat bnck with drcad ul laughter one boat taLsn and one the other entirely and ime it was dark I ftood off until de termining to pcrfevere and deftroy thebrig if pof In the evening I was joined by die Ama rrhe Lords f a the Circes waiting come boarded in the molt Copv of another from the Sif to the Pole dated on board the at for ci tho letter from Captain floop acquainting the H ofa French letter ot with from I alfo rncUb Spears of the noc beiare giving ure of a French letter o7 bound to Bonrclsdiix from i Jiave the ionour to Slonp at have the honour to inform chat his floop under has captured the IVcrtch brig letter of marque of fix pierced for with a complement of ii laden with from Bourdtuuu bound tn Guada She has been a very foccefsful privateer all this and was intended for a cruizer in ihoft I have the honour to Signed To ie Sir Rear Admiral of Um Majeftys Sloop have the honour to acquaint on die 2kh thirty leagues weft of I in his Majcftys floop under my com tho Admiral a French letter ot mounting eigh gms four of which fhe threw overboard in the chace and a comple or 32 men from Martinique bound to laden with and I JOSEPH Rear Admiral Sir Copy of a Letter from Admiral Lord Comman der in Chief of his Mjjeftys Khigj and Veffcls in the to the Houourable the jn the 3oth of Uft Inclofe for the information of Lords CommiflioneJs of the a letter I hive day received from Captain dated the Lth acquainting me with the of the French cutter privateer who watched the orig during the At eight we perceived fhe had weighed Captain in the moll handfome volunteering to bring her he was then towing dflfe the boats nf the Circe and and nptf from the were fent to tow the Amaranths who was this time fvreeping and exertion to clofe the At the French brig grounded near feverai batteriesj to the northward of Pierres the Amaranthe tackec and worked in under a heavy fire from the batteries and from which flie fuffercd confi having one killed and five followed fay die the reft of the fquadron en gaging the batteries to From the Amaranthes well directed he foon obliged them to quit the of the Ama on this fervice diftinguiftied himfelf very and fpeaks of the gallantry of Brooke and of the fame in very handfome with the boats of the and boarded her under a heavy fire from the andtroops on finding her bilged and impoffible to get her effecrually dellroyed har in the even Brenton again volunteered to deftroy the fchooner then on Ihore I ordered Lieutenant George fecond of the but lino under his I have the honour to Kli Majflftys Ship off me 17th My have the honour to inform you the Shannon captured this after a long chace tq the cutter of 14 guns and 60 commanded by Felix LAlle mande out from Havre de and had only captured a tranfport which fhe Iliavc fent the prize to She fine jiaw and well I have the to To the Right Lord Gain Commander in is a i Five Hundred TICKETS 3ifri the Firft and Srond of drawin 1 MAfE xvhichhcgiru on the hc3dci the HTidcrnientioaed of arc 503 loo 50 S A WJN I Tharrday 17 April V V Saturday have Permiffinn of the of the a GIFJuftfoo Whole i Piizis in the IAYA IRKI Of j I for tho Krftdrawn Prirc above ich arc as olcwi WHOLE the Nura I tci r to to to to to Wi GIFT of Soo WHOLE druwn Prize above IcL i r IilInxvs to to Lotfsry 1 HK NKW HOUSE OF jis price in in or cult a siw and greatly improved A BfuGRAPHICAL INDEX to the prefent iHOlSF of Common i containing corrccfl Notices nf ie The Family and Party the Scna and othrjufeful relative to all ihc Members of the pnfcnt Commons Houfe of 1ariia This complete PoifiMl eontains Anecilotci of the Pnliticil nnd Conduct of 658 Rcprcfenta Irifh and the Biography of up wards of ami unfucccfiful together with tho right of the Pall Mali Cornhill and and AvcMariaiane and to be had of all Of whom may be in 10 volumes or either Memoirs of Public Characters between the 1798 and price per hi cmbcllifoed with Numerous And on Index to Houfe of oa i Gmilir price lit of tke whole to confider of a The Chancellor of the Exchequer acquainted die that his Majefty had been waited upon with an Addrefs to lay before Houfe the Eftimates for the prefent and that they would be laid before the Houfe as foon as they could be Adjourned to Monday this firft of the with to follow the directi my on this f This Day it a new conCderably eitend cd and in 3 Urge pcice ia ANIMAL BIOGRAPHY Anecdotes and Curiom relative to and of Ubole collecled from worfct of authority in all from eipcnfivc books of Natural from Voyagej and and from every authentic The wholetlalFed aud ar nuiged according to the fyflem of BT the ihe late of Pcteri Col Thit work hit been pronounced br competent both at home and to be one of themolt entertam ing Inxhexntire compafs of Its traoQation into the republicatiun in and the rapid talc of fuccetfiva Urgecditinni at are fo many demunArative proqTi of the high eftrrnition in which it is belt by by eaodutlort uf fcmiiiarici of educa and by the pubtfe at Printed Richard to bt had of Of may be The Elements of Natural for the of Schools and young with engraved reprcfenutions of two hundrc4 By the Reior of pritt boundj or wjth the plates FROM THE LONDON Copy of a Lcttir from RearAdmiral the Sir Alex ander Commander in Chief uf jeflys Ships Mid Veflels at the Lecvrard to tie dated en board the at Bar Sirr for the information of the Lords CommiiTioners of the the copy of a letter which I have received from of his Majiftys fliip the fenior officer of the blockading fquadron ftationed from the Dia mond to the Pearl giving an account of the deftrucYion of the French corvette Le which had failed from Cherbourg on the 12th with the another and La La and LAm phitrite In performing this fervice I am forry to fend the inclofed report of lofs which has been fuftained by the feverai veflels owing to die corvette having been fupported by the bat and rnuflcetry from the in her attempt to reach Stv Pierres but the ob ject is fully as fhe is bilged in iuch a fituattorrasto render it impoffible to recover the or the flour with which fhe was One of the fchooners in company with hfr was the other drove on fhore and ideftroy ed eachof them alfo having been loaded with flour and Collier deferres great piaijefcn his feverance in overcoming the obftaclas which the enemy prcfented by the numerous batj6ries which lined tha fliore in thatpart of the coaft ind he fpeaks in Uie higlkft of the as veil as of the gallantry and good condocl of nd apafty of the Royal York Ranged vrete I have thchonnur tp and burnt to the waters I am forry to that on this Malter of the was wounded and one fea man and three belonging to the The and crews of the fqua dron you did me the honour to place under my behaved with that coolnefs and intre pidity inherent in Britifh particularly the whofe gallant conduft was noticed by the whole From the troops of the Royal York under the command of Lieutenant doing duty as I re ceived every Lieutenant who commanded the I am forry to isfetere ly wounded in four places the lofs of this gallant ynung mans fervices is feverely felt on board the I am likewife forry to chat Cole is among the number that is dan geroufly wounded his condudl on and other deferves my warmeft On we difcovered the brig deftroyed was the of 18 guns and 110 with and for the relief of The two fchooners had likewife and were armed I have not yet learnt their force or names I am to that the one left oS the Pearl is on hore Jn the performance of this our lofs in killed and I am forry to has been very great but I have the confolation to that it was in the execution of an indifpenfable duty and the grand object of cutting off the Supplies of the I juftify the means which I have if not afford a fraall cqnlblatioo to the relatives of thofe who I have the honour to Signed Rear Admiral Sir A Lift of and Wounded on board the Sqnjdron un der the Command tnuicis in witn the enemy off tbc nth aad t M S6 T 6 7 t i i 3 Royal Regiment of Second Lieutenant John Hornlby to be Firlt vice deceafcd Firft Lieutenant Peter to be vice Rollo Second Lieutenant Felix Troujhton to be Firll Lieutenant vie John late of tvoo comher aij 17 and atieven and and Mureii at eleven rt the Wheatiheaf Thumas Lcnp late of cottorj dealer aud at and 21 and March at at the White Hart Kendal Wcft Bed London and Richardfon and ii Willhm of liner Jraltaand at and II killed or Morne None iilled or T 31 iS 5 A COLL Jofeph of at at the Globe TivlrpoX Griffith and Lower CjftiefrrcJt Liverpool and Jiedfordrw George of dealer and chsp and March ar at pher CbanciiSyilioc Londan Matthias Miller and Sheppid Jofeph of dealer and chap and March at Dog andDuck 1 Hull and Kxky aud Furnivals L Stephen late of Georges mafon and af and Mowhis at ten at J J Samuel Mather of Stanton Saint OxforcL dealer and and March 18 at eleven Angel Pertival Wallli Ox ford and Staple Henry Sunderiand mercer March and at a the Hrulgc Efatift bymond s London and Thonifc Jamcj of dealer and at and March at five at the Chriftopher Shephard and London ajjd bhcn Andrew Ute of i and March at ut Attor and John of dealer and chap March at at At George of u 18 an t March it and Daniel ot boot and hoemaker at a acd March Joass Church Covent March Nathaniel Ward Bowers and William Bowers J9f at at Jofeph of Upper Graysira and John of at at GuildhallMarch 2 George of fugcon and at at the Bridge BiCiopwearmouth WiiUam cf uooicn c at at George Parker at at Guildhall Peter MJCeand and James of
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