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   Day (Newspaper) - April 22, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY MORMNG At six APRIL PRICE Hi respectfully acquaints hi j that liis Benefit is tixet of mi whirh Evening will b Iv 11 Three not actcd for sctrra LIE OF THE After which which m t uitb so much appro of the A SCHOOL To which will be added nut actc H Musical railed utlicr iii will be ex mid Places t No luu and of Mr Mimdeii respectfully soli b early iu ihcii application for the OF kAM STOCK n having resigned his situa Director of the East Inrlia Company i iler self us a Candidate for the varan i it tbt honour your Votes and Interest on i lt Innately obtain the object of my nrnhi shall be cxrrled to prove support My persona Iu the Proprietors before the Hallo t I hunuur to and Your obliged and J April will meet the King ixi Jlonilay nt 12 HilAD April a Minnroils Meeting of the Friends o held here this ii i Mi Mauship having resigned his scat ii f tin India Companys in chair That William Wipam a Director of the London As and a of is a pi rson lo till the situation from which IWr That this Meeting will support Wigram Vntcand anrl du earnestly rcrmn to tiic Sullragcs of the Proprietors on the Da That the now appointed for th conducting Wig rains Election do meet a in oiiler to primitiic the attainment o and that Mr Wigrams friend ti give f very aid ill their Tliai tlir Thanks of this Meeting be given fur liis conduct in the Chair and tha be by the and insert i ROBERT HAN T OF EAST liSDIA STOCK VII i occasioned in your Direction In Maiinnof affords me the nf joliriting thht honourable to thronsrh your favour and Allow i for the enconragc i and to solirit the honour of your lutriot on Uc day of to under it is tny positive intention to Trusting that 1 he able to my perso toCTtry ihc honour to with the grcatcs Ladies and Your most obedient WILLIAM LIVEIIPOOL NEW LIGHT 0 rirry only Four sets out from the Charing on Sunday and Friday at six througl Asbby de la ion upon the Pottery and to here it arrives to dinner the second W Conch called the ROYAL thraugli and and mnrniufii at as new sets out on at two Lud aud MilfordHaven ctery ICveuiug ut Sundays at and NORTH WALES at and from the General Post Office at at POST COACH by Salop and Capel except Bj GEORGK BOULTON F i ncial Halfyearly Meeting of the tinSupport and olSun in tlic different counties of England and it liaisons on the Kishl President that since the Inst General iii 79 Schools had hoeti added to were previously upon the Societys Lists in ily had been establislred in the Isle of mntainini at least 3OO and 02 in bad likewise been repeated to r iiouls formerly established for aud vlionis before they had ilistributed within Tcsta r1 Filios Since the coinmcnrcmtnt of the iiiy had Spcllinp I am Hiblcs 1 M i upwards of children oud likewise us for the payment of such teachers lined pecuniary thr multiplicity of applications which the torrejing statement to have Occupicjd iii nf this their consideration hat ntlv Ifil to the situation of Ireland and they t how desirable it would were it equally to extend the influence of thrir institution inen and necessitous portiort of the British tlitrefoie resolved to adopt this important uil that the of this Society be The Society for the Support and Encon t Sunday Schools in The Society have not fettn iu t J the degree in which the adoption of so large a territory will press tipon the present Of their funds but they have acted in prosecuting an object which su much niuiil and political benefit to the sister liberality of the Public will not be found to i i the salutary effects to be derived from uf Sunday Schools will not be overlooked a ci by nny of the friendu to Chris tbe In times so sin to tlie civil and religious interesta of tUc dilTnsion of Christian Knowledge must niijfct at once of increased difficultykbd im Gv no can such difficulty be more or su h im wrtaut end more effectually than by tte and unctx plan uf 83 happily provided for senemtion throogU the medium of Sunday aad dotrations arc receired by BartbolometrUne and Lojnbnrdstreet and and by the Thomas He where a plan of the jf bt UOBBERIES AT AUCTIONS F consequence of the various Thefts which have tind arc daily committed at Public the several whose names are hereunto have established a Iuudj for the of Persons detected in Stealing at their Sales such pro secution beinp subject to the approval and management of tlie Committee appointed for that They do hereby offer a Reward of TWENTY on Conviction of anv Offender or aud a farther Reward of THIRTY on the Conviction of any Receiver or Receivers of such Stolen Applica tion to be made to the Higrh and Lochee Robiuson and Forrest Charles Burrcll Thomas Wilson Ellis and Fletcher George Pcttitt Ailamson audField Snell aud Cuopcr George Adams James Christie Munn Ricljard Jactpjes Herruon Htggart aud Phil Roper lips John Thompson John Robins Abbot Ro GeorgeRiiyde Drummoud and Sou Peter Biggs Fair bairn James Crook Dvavton Excellent anil very large near rTPlHE with early a JL convenient iu complete which con tains a handsome 21 feet by 17 and 12 feet dining aSid five bed and other requisite a very large and productive and spacious forecourt the situation particularly and the views from the back front extensive held for sixty at a ground to and South bins Dawfion George Squibb Hairy Phillips Page and Sou Murrell John While Herring and Son John Ayres Crcaton and Son Youuj John Few John Langdon John Bromley Stewart Josjah Phipps Sharpeand Kirkup Burton Williams Harwood John Piickctt Field bejjs to inform the Noblemen and Lovers of that he has inclosed and levcllcd a larfe piece of ground at the top of Lisson a short distance from his old which for size and beauty of cannot bo which will be ready for playing in by tbc beginning of May to be known by the name of Lord Johns Wood T3R1T1SH COAL i lira i NEWCASTLE per Proprietors arc now selling prime Newcastle Coals at the above reduced exclusive of metagc and for ready money on in at Long aud at the Clerks SALES BY PRIVAT Roomy A Convenient DWELLING with largr enclosed by well aduptcd foe a situated near undhcW for twelve at a lov tu and 1EASEHOLD To be within three miles of a geiiteel and handsomely furnished Leasehold con veniently situated for conveyance to and from re cently fitted up in a neat mWeru style of with and suitable a beautiful lawn ami in aud other gardens well stocked with fruit trees Biitl A field adjoin with a linmediate posses sion may be and further particulars by ap plying to UpljoHcr and Cottage Kesi B with six Acres of LEASE of a small hut finjrularly neat with threestall good lying to the south fully cropped and planted with remarkably tine young fruit aud Iwo fields of excellent meadow land of about six Tickets for aud may he had of at his Great lEA particular at tcntion of the Public is called to the present quality of the Teas sojd at this Warehouse the circnsn elands under which these are will insure the con tinaunrc of every one who mayTjecome Th sorts reconnucivled at their respective are cnnu merated in delivered by 35 TO new and beautifu the dreis 460 fashionable tow only 90 coloured muslin tis each evening worth 3Qi rich Brussels spotts per yard 40O good carabri per yard 030 very and 14i the finest 100 India jaconnots fo per yard and 90 extra Os I3 French cambrics from to 3 guineas the piece j aud 90 160 rcul Madras long pe worth 300O India a bargain 700 da mask and diaper table cloths at little more than half price 408 of the cheapest counterpanes ia the kintrdem frith Irish Etrikmgl chinp at ncaf the Pauu It willbv particularly ueceesary to observe the uauii uud Exteiusirc in front of TO and Manufacturers requiring a large Plotof be LET on desirably situated opposite Church comprising a large with gateway en trance to the extending and having the ad vantage of a very wide frontage in Puriiculars apply at SUPERIOR At bis Corner of GREAT TURNSTILE HAS great sirtisfaction in being ahle to an nounce to the and he after incurring considerable cxpeucc in the euiploj of tlie best and aided by local A SPLENDID ASSEMBLAGE OF TOWN PRINTED Of fixed and imiuoveable for their and which are peculiarly adapted to the present mode of as it combines every of the must exquisite md elegant designs aud patterns from the Pa aud AAiatic Schaalu of Taste and displays an infinite variety of rich Damask Printed in Blue Celeste and Royal and other peculiarly idaptcd for Drawingroom mJ Dining ind Breakfast with corresponding Borders Medallions for Chair to match and an extensive assortment of Plain of fast colours and Plain md Bordered Kerseymeres and for the varied jurjjoscs of elegant in submitting the above to the inspection of the feds confident the superior quality of bis and the very low price he is as a Mann acturer arxl Proprietor to charge hopes he scrnrr a cantinuaace of tknt patronage it ha been lis ambition to A fresh supply of Patterns from the Manufactory may jesecn rnry Wednesday and at his Warehouse above reffrrtri The Trade are also KUNDATION OF THE FENS IN THE ISLE OF 4 GENEROUS and sympathisingPublic is respectfully that a Subscription is open or the relief of the Poor Sufferers by the above disastrous whcrrby numbers have been reduced to the ut nost having in mnny instances lost the whole of heir following are a few of the dislreas ng casrn which strongly appeal to the feelings of a hu mane and no doubt will suffice to excite liberal Richard a small with ten ian Icrt fourteen tons of two acres of and has sustained a very considerable loss in tbe sale of five cows aiid thrtly tire Abraham a poor upwards of srvcoty ears of his and all his household washetl away and utterly William poor with ten a very industrious labourer bearing an unexceptionable cha lost one load of aud ouc ant of potatoes cottage and garden much Sarah a poor with three the eldtst under four years of cottage and irden nnder husband was unfortunately by the flooding of the was a very iudus rious and a great support to his John an indnstrioua man with four oc wpieK twelve acrca of laud which was sown with whole under and the cropping entirely Out familv consistinpof nine with a ick were confined to an upper room with their whole a calf and for thirty hours without and uader hourly apprehensions of being Subscriptions continue to be received by Es laile and Barclay and Lombardstreet Biddulph and CharinJCross at the several Janking Housia in the Isle of and Ives and at the Lon don Ludgatehill uj Dare aud Cockspurstreet and by of whera further particulars aud cases of dii reM he NOKTHside of Port LEASE of a small but very com plete in thorough containing two rooms on each of the principal with four good and convenient Twelve years and a half were vnex pircd at Ladyday at 80 guineas per Pos session may be upon taking the usual be with Tickets which may be and by applying to at his Great Savillprow CLAPHAM INorth near the be an excellent FAMILY inpcrftct fitted and fit for the immediate feccptiou of a large family a aud two the one the other two a and melon groundwith 14 lights a and with a paddock of about two iu winch are planted many fruittrees ah excellent garden and with grapery in full further and cards to apply at Pages KingV THE FRENCH APRIL We hear from Bavaria that formidable prepa rations are making to repulse the invasion with which the Austrians threaten this They have broken the bridge of the and sent all the vessels of the Danube to the of that At Straubing and on Mount near they arc raising MARCH In the course of last week live Couriers Ex traordinary have arrived one from and four from of which two were French and two There were sent from this capital in the same week three two for Paris and one for As among the militia and the volunteers of the army of reserve there ure married Government has assigned to the wives of work in going with the six ilorins 24 kreut zers a month for that they may be assured of a maintenance during the absence of their it is to be observed at the same that everyfemale cajtfible of travelling can gain as much by the as a The women with children receive a proportionate opulent inhabitantsxf Vi enna have offered a voluntary contribution for the use of the six battalions which compose the militia of their FEBRUARY The moment of the arrival of the English they had placed on the top of the Palace of England an immense English which was seen from all quarters of the In theceurse of these last few days the flag has dis and they have even Beaten the must which supported The English vessels which had entered the Archipelago have returned to on the ad vice they received by a brig expedited from the CHINA aud GLASS be Dis posed the and GOODWILL of a capi tal House and Shop in the above in one of the most eligible situations inthe the rent and of which are made by the ajiartuwuts the though nut is modern and well assorted the Premises are both in substantial and ornamental and well cal culated for the Jtlia returns or which are and the profits The periods of payment for the upon giving good se will be made jicitsble to the views of the pur may c known ou applicj lion to Jolui Fen O be TOPI tight miles from in the county of a tinug PUBLIC the trade good in every the rent rery and the comingin easy immediate possession may be had this opportunity would not have the party having taken another be known by application to FEBTUJARY Since the English have been trouble and inquietude ajytate the public Wise who could fortel feared those which tlie return of the English in Turkey would be cal culated to Now is clearly seen what was before doubted that peace between England and the Porte was the work of small number of recent enemies to the Mussul man who have endeavoured by means of bribery and seduction to put in play the pas sions of a frenzied soldiery become and the will of whom nothing could oppose resistance after the revolution of the month of The nomination of the Grand Vizier is not yet It is a case without that the important post of Lieutenant of the Sovereign should have been vacant so It is believed that this uncertainty arises from our Sovereign having chosen Joseph Pacha to occupy whom the Janissaries obstinately tefuati to receive into j Tt tbat this disagree ment will Lriug on fresh the one and ward off the Yet notwith standing the heavy which through their mismanagement we had in maga and the still heavier loss of ho he firmly thought that in the hands of prudent Great Britain would still prove equal to the desperate contest in which she was But iu order to fight the last battle of our and to snatch wreath triumph from our a wise economy of our and uot a lavish prodigality of our re sources was He thought it would have been the duty of a few months to instead of inflaming by false represents the enthusiasm of the British at coolness alone could have insured En1 tlnisiasm frequently led to Jirisreprescritations of or to erroneous Both had taken place during the late contests iu He recollected the glowing pictures that had been given patriotism of the and the exaggeration of their mili tary winch was said to have amounted to with a reserve of more than 000000 But alter looking over the de fective documents which had been laid on the lie found that Lord the commencement of the had sent the most discouraging accounts to this From that Noblemans letters it appeared that at the most urisiiiiig period of their the military force of Spain was scarcely equal to French army concentrated on the sAi to the spiiit displayed by the fe would refer their Lordships t9 a letter of Sir John dated the 24th of Novem in which IIH that it had been en tirely dmnpeil by their first defeatsl In ireres letter of the 30th of November in answer to Sir John they would find ihat he de scribed the provinces through which the British army were then as the least distinguish ed for patriotic From other his Lordship strongly suspected that thatJetter had suffered strange alterations that passages had been and that what now seeded to refei to one small part of the country in original extended to the whole of Leon and These accounts had not been by British officers their substance he found iu a letter from the great and a proclamation the Marquis de la All the Spanish even in were not equal to the Blake had about Palafax Castanos all badly and in want of and the French upwards of It was that at beginning of the campaign some splendid might be pointed The siege of the surrender of aud the retreat of Joseph Buonnparte to the proved that a spirit of resistance existed in Spain but ought Ministers to have mistaken a momentary ebulli tion of rage for a burst of patriotic when directed by wisdom aiid tears the liberty of nations from the hands of their a steady active Young us PORTER a person from the country will be preferred be must be able to reail and write and us the situation will be made all unexceptionable character will be by to Office of The near Temjile This day are in rnice aiid on hue TIOUGHTS and REMARKS on Esta blishing an for the Support and Educa ion of Unportioued Respectable By the Author of the Stepmother Letters to Young Females Constun ia or the West for Long and Paternosterrow and Strand and Wilson and EXPERIMENTAL LADIES and GENTLEMEN who attend COURSES of LECTURES on NATURAL and EX PERIMENTAL are informed that the ate GKORCE GRKGOHV expressly intended his recent published under the title of Lectures on Expcriincn al as a Text or Companion to such It may be had of lichard New and ofall the andMatherantical lu in 2 illustrated with numerous En price or April The whole Proceedings upon the Conduct of CLARKE and the Duke of from the his Resignation of the Commander in Chief day is the Albion Press correctly from the Minutes of the House of Com inaverx thick handsome octavo orlibrary size being the only one on a fine demy wove price in illustrated with striking Portraits of the Duke of Lord Lord Sir Captain ami A Circumstantial REPORT of the EVI DENCE ana PROCEEDINGS upon the CHARGES ferrcd against his Royal Highness tire DUKE of in the capacity of Commander in in the of February hy before the House of including he whole of the original Letters Of his Royal Highness he Duke of the correctly taken in f the various with sill the other documents iroduced in the coiusc of the and the ecision of the House of Commons upon this very important Unless corruption be and attacked strongly this country will soon fall easy prey to an in eteratc Fur the accommodation those to whom it may not be onvcnient to purchase the whole at one this most utereatin work may also be bad in twentyeight six wnny each containing at least three half beets of wellprinted aud in every ether urtber is given a fine And when the im ortance of the subject is it is not too much 0 expect that willbccoiw a book of not nly with gentlemen of the but also tith every weljwiaher of his for amen London and old by all Booksellers and Newiroen in every part of be FROM THE GERMAN APRIL This day the Prince of Neufchatel arrived His Majesty is also noon ex pected It is said that the headijuarters of the Army of Germany will for a time be established the Em arrived here on the APRIL There are great movements in thearmy of the Duke of A part marches from this neighbourhood to the another passes by Donauworth to the and several are conveying by the Danube to Lower APRIL Traveller from Saltzburgh bring the con curring that the Austrian forces have so that in that the population of which does not exceed more than troops are and in the neighbouring country about are APRIL A formidable Austrian army in Bohemia is advancing against the Bavarian Acou who left Passau early yesterday hai brought intelligence that no hostilities have yet taken BRITISH HOUSE OF SPANISH The Order of the Day Earl GREY felt that his talents were unequal to the arduous task which duty com pelled him to He therefore solicited more than usual degree of and threw himself on the indulgence of the It was recall to their Lordships remem brance the universal burst of enthusiasm that shook this when the first intelligence of the Spanish Revolution reached our A kindred flame of patriotism kindled every mind the interests parties were and all joined in granting to Ministers the unconfined use of the national in order to assist the It was now necessary to ascer that what had been so liberally had been as wisely In order to attain this desirable it was incumbent on Minis te show that they had gathered suffi cient relative to the capacity of re sistance in they raised the hopes of this country to the higliest pitch of expectation and that having obtained that infor their measures had alltended to the accomplishment that great design by the nhortest and tTie safest He was not one of those who thought that as that mo vrerelying onabed Their situation was fraught with and but their conduct had not been such as to conquer r revolutions caji overthrow After the French had retreated over the had not the legions of Spain sunk into supine and careless indolence H hat had they done to secure the independence of their country Fortyfive thousand French alone were and they were unmo to possess nearly onethird of nn til the reinforcements which they received had swoln them once more into an invading The Governments which had been formed in haduckened bydividingthe ruling The Juntas had lost the confidence of the and hopes of success must han6 been given up by the impartial and Under these he thought that assist ance might have been but not as had been An army was not but and Supposing that an army had been the of Por or the South of would have been the proper places where to direct its The propriety of such a measure depended en tirely on the time ia which it was to be put into Unless an army had been landed ia Biscay in July or it would have proved In Catalonia more time would have been and the necessity of beginning by thesiege of Barcelona would have greatly re tarded it lf it were impossible to to act before or even as Sir John Moore had expressed it in one of his ought to have been made the scene of His Lordship approved of the expedition to Por had it been looked upon merely as a first step as it tended to encourage both Ministers ought to have followed a regular sprung from mature and tried in But how had they disposed of the forces of this They nad first sent Sir John Moore with men to to assist that small kingdom against gigantic power of its and But they had sent Sir John scarcely knowing what he and leaving him ia total ignorance of their The dis graceful result of that expedition was wel Another expedition had been prepared under the command of Sir Arthur at the first intelligence of the Spanish But what was its intent To profit by the miy fortunea of and tear from her weakened grasp some portion of her South American ter A large train of artillery and strong bodies of cavalrv were useless in South Ame where no regular and welldisciplined army would be In Portugal they on the objects of the first De prived of Sir Arthur sailed for America but the order of his destination being he suddenly repaired to the latter where he bitterly experienced It was not until June the that Ministers sent Colonel Brown to to examine the state of the country and the disposition of the people acd on the 30th of the same they or dered Sir Arthur Wtilesley to the they had karat tliat Lisbon was garri   

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