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   Day (Newspaper) - May 16, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISllED EVERY MORNttTG PRICE tUc BENEFIT of Miss i JUKSLAY May will be iUComedy of LAUGH WHEN YOU CAN the particular desire the fa of I lie Ktro of Corunna commemorative of SHJohn Moere will be suns by favourite new Tauiboriiie Pus Seul a Musical Piece called THE U To which will Ic added by par tUMcloDrnma of THE BLIND t h1 MisS I fit nd lor tin f at Boxes may be tlic UOIRIETORS are respectfully rc that the ANNUAL GENE f i 1MJ will be heU at Ine Honsc of the Jnsti 1 the 2ith at 1J for the i is anJ also to consider a Motion for nrised ut the last Genera Meeting tiiiinatimi of a General Library i The Chair will be taken at one tne Ballot will commence at I l k V liur KNIGHT ViF JUAF AND of this Institution are requested the at the City of London Ta at half past four oclock the Duke of in tbe Tlic IMoft Nolilclhc Marquis of Sir Bait aiil Alderman Sir llicharil and AliltTrmin Sir Sir Bar Aid Tliouias Tliomus Buildinclon tUDuWcoiBuc Eirl of Hon Earl Percy Iwid Rollc i Hun Arcltii tlie Lord Ticasurer THE ARMIES IN AUSTRIAN OFFICIAL LETTER rUOM THE TMPEROR PRANCIB TO MARSHAL DEAR FIELDMARSHAL JOSEPH Owing to the rapid movements of the army and ac cumulated no Official Report has appeared for Kcvcral I transmit you a concise extract the Reports sent iu order that you may publish April J SEVENTH OFFICIAL After passing the bis Imperil Highness the with the and sth corps of the and the 1st corps of the against the Danube in the direction to The enemy were drawn broke up l that of the assistance i On the q stadt the 4th corps near ta prevent the Arch duke Charles from hastening to the assistance of the but tne Arciitfuke was determined veaturqanotJie Oa the began with irresistible and every thjug promised a fortunate at Jive oclock ja the a considera ble corps of pursuit of the Archduke attacked the left wing so that the Archduke at a moment when he was attacked by far superior Kehlheim op near Ra II Thomas S Charles Frcdric AViliiam John Mark CuVtction after on Saturday on asuspectec Scvcu Hoys marked witk theOwncri i wlitic person proving them thci have them by applying at 15 on paying the on between the Haymarket J a PAPER Cora for Cbil an1 Five pair of person having liwril Ihc vill have One Guinea Reward ou to As thej n of much uo farther Reward will he AND cauuot Help forming6omeQjiniOiHSf a nuns scuse aca dharocf er f mm his was ii f a most accomplished Nobleman aud WiUosc iiul must be thitt n respectable nni cxlcrior is 6f some importance la every Geotlc i tliis at present ia restrained iu consequence of the cuurmous advance in every article of and is doubtless merit lue to instead of dis by their style of ralbcr J those Gentlemen to whom auc ronsideration are of they are now ut their orders will be taken ut Six Guineas Milt and a suit returned clear of all extras silk which canuut be either as to or fashion confidcut of meeting their cp will be cither or if nut pnvnl directing a line Io orto theCouimcr will be waited anil then mo l every residing iu the w be inlormed how to send their by iu as and their orders forwarded lidi to any part of Great ami Silver vm 1 Sir Abraham particulars attendine the mag aud riches of these ore without ua AutlientKrcintis that during the rripn of ii were with the grcateft by the at which time the btrsuu engior Dibfr mechanical inventions nonused iti miniog were Jn thf Inttupart of that rrign IheMmrtirere soltly on arcmiut of the theu of nlT and nince wbicU iieriod the bottouB In anccct liaro not been It in fherc rr i w decidiJ of persons of the first respecla were an effectual attempt now these a highly retaru he A Company U for that tu which the 1 uaincd i ntlfiucB havu become Tbc4td s priuliarto the undrrtalun will he such arc uliered t and tUe plan upou which it 1 conducted is intended to be free from thosfob which tnicumr speculations in general iKir also the shafhi arc the to the aud richness of the orr already asccr Irjt ns u detail would he too long for an advertise statement can ooJy be have divided tbe Mines iato 3tHo Shares of i pun ion of which they are selling to the at i price of prt Each purchaser to the furllirr sum of per to be employed tue and the price of Share and this t or of subscribing of aid aibujl who jjlace the saroc iuthe A fnrthcr paVBient of per Mill be rulleil for at the expiration of three months lite close tiie making altogether uf l per ouly each ipoh and i ii cousidercd will be muply sutficient for tlie pgr and no further call cao bo Itiif iuiicurrence of amqjurity of the u at a Public explanatory of he m w at the Office of Second royd with price X fuamted ou basts of for Jlees ajd may be had by the saine the w above price J alsot nY of the in pricft in royal Exprcaaion iu ly John aad Tbe Anatomy iu 4 royal price Agreeable to Ihc dcclarat ion of prisoners of the EiMpcior Napoleon reached the army on the The Geniralissimo bas made a forced march from the Iser to beyond tlie and advanced on the through and The enemy encountered and a very brisk action took Tbe Generalissimo praises the bravery of the Onr loss is considerable several regiments have lost all their Staff FieldMarshal Lieute nant the Princes Louis and Maurice of Lith arc The Generalissimo fcejit the army in order of battle the next to follow the move ments of the We have no further details about this The loss in and is not yet as the multiplicity of business prevented liis Im perial II if making circumstantial reports on the field of battle off to On the Ratisbon On the same tlie fire corps of the army was also nccr Sicgen upon The Archduke Lewis retreated in common with FieldMarehul Lieutenant against the to cover Both corps nrc On the aist Marshal Davoust attacked the 4th corps of the army near Whore a very severe action took which lasted for la On the Qad the se coud corps of the army retreated by combined with the main body of the The headquarters of Generalissimo the Archduke on the near EIGHTH OFFICIAL Tranquillizing news lias been received froai the 5th and 6th corps of the as well as the All tbe three stand uuitcd near Old The defile nrar where several waggons obstrutCcd the while the advancing enemy was bravely has ren dered the loss of some and several una By official tbo loss of men IE uot con siderable only one division of the regiment of Denjoyskx which was obliged to pars the bridge of tbe Already in suffered These three united corps will follow thejnovements fff the tuaio uuJcr the commanU of the most cecenl tbe Grnrrtjliesimus jBartcrs still continued ct on the and tbe enemy in their The second corps had ff fcctcd a junctiotwon the u ith the third aud fouith and with tlie Gift corps of and a general attackon the eiiemyVas resolvrd oa the On tlic at the cannon were rouviug violently that arid piolnbly the murderous fijjht The combat is conducted with uncommun every man feels the sublime cause fur which he fights We have not yet any definitive The Em perors Court is at while tbe main army kept advancing alosg the and the corps ucar Old Oding ready cilbcr for offensive or to defend the river Ilu con ing the probability of a corps of the enemy threat ening the frontiers of the hereditary thought t proper to order out the militia of Lowar Sajtz and lITat of Inner The militia of Upper Austria has been under arms the armies advanced uirtly on the and partly to invent the fortress of Tlie Ninth Report is the same as bas already een published from the Supplement Extraordinary to the ifficial Gazette APRIL After fussing tlie the Archduke Charles bv forced marches with the 3d and 5th nips of the and the 1st corps or Ratisbon on the straiglit road to this i i t i and particularly by sh and foe had noiv also against force which budbeen directed against the 5th and 6th saw himself obliged to cross the aud effect a junction with the 5lh and the The whole misfortune be attributed 1T About giftsiang ang on their march to the Apait This the Sason under tbe cdtnrmind of tliepolice of enters this coun HirHighDess bad yesterday his headquar w It is inthe to Regret corre spondence the have been and mail persons been ar 6th retreat of the 5th corfet now lie command bfthe 5tb and which are expected at Brannau and They talk of new which General Hilher has EXTRAORDINARY GAZETTE OF GOVERNMENT rtPmt The Galliciun natiigts have sent deputation to the Supreme Central to inform that they huve retaken the tovni with a number of and a large quantity of warlike stores and The Marquis De rRomana that be has taken VilUifruucttrby and that the best regiment it service surreudered to liitn as prisoners The Supreme Ceoittar Junta being convinced that the French employ all imaginable artifices in order to execution pf their ini quitous plans of has been pleased to among other measures of precaution adopted in to that at the Secretarys Omce of public be admitted from per sons corning from jpart of the couiitry which is occupiedby the Jqtbertt their produc ing a certiticate of ofpublic testing their good or banished tjte the former is the sister orthe Prussian Mi1 nister Von and laies of the chap ter of Couht and Countess Von Bolilan have orders to quit the tingdnm in fouc A great number of and Efutch troopi i Diecree agahiit the ybich number of Russian Qfncers and o are ordered to be shot and sucb as are not taken will their property The Decree is extremely verted to Trhicb though not spe namedin Ins Bill virtually com prehendediu its He made some to a Right Meniler ot whose humanity heconsidered ai not inferior the acknowledged cor preheinsiriK and splendour of his intellect but wuiiehe iiigvred fritrnd be amule coosokitioii in consideritig that thegood souse thsJustices of Peacu oitjd be to decide whether bull baitingcafnej or 3id not under the charge with perect coqlideuce to their Lordships and relied en the wisdom ability of Noble and would more particularly consider thV subjecf in the TheLoRT observed that he require particutst c6nsSdSratTpru deratrorr ic should feel it flia doubted jwt olhec Koble Lcrul as he to bestow upon ifl The Brll was tluiu cummiu ted for the tiriid reading GOTTEN33UKGH BATTLE ffF 31 The following is of the bat tle of tbe CaptaiuGeneral Don Gregorio de bas to the Supreme Cent by the I had of com I received had detacuel to and ade movement pf my 3ivisioo ice Efrat the em to offer him Battle in the fivst convenient place where I slirAild cdnieupf I marched accordingry the 2th of last and having learned in the morning of the the enemy hatLconcentrated his forces in thither witb the divisions of my and fojrmed them in as I approached the place I arranged my plan of The while tfc Arcbduke vrith the 5th took road to Neustept on the Da The design of these different forced uarcbes Cave to prevent theene ny drawing up his whole on the dghfii and but which wing1 to the eoSjoiyV could unfortu lotely not be The latter had drawn ip his main consisting of the divisions of and and is tlie masked his whole the eneray ould arrange their operations greeably to On tHe the Archduke Clmrles arrived in and the Archduke Lewia at thp and lehni where he was attacked with the utmost ury by the Both parties stood the onflict with equal without an inch t ground the enemy uerve to teep orFthe 3d corps in itsprojress against Ra enemys which consisted of about 3000 horse and was drawn up io front of Medellin his infautry was ed in large close Hunks of which were covered by the aiid their front by sis which kept up fire our while it was advancing to the attack in the most gallant I sent orders to the Generals who commanded the different directing some of them to and others to the order to render themselves masters of the enemys batte The troopsunder my command perform ed every movement with that intrepi and which inspired ijiewith certain hopes of left advanced with the gallantry within pistolsfiot of the first ibattery of the enernyV fnflcarried it with fixed division of the enemys supported equally charged to fetake The infantry advanced undismayed to the when the regiments of cavalry of and and two aquadrons of the Chasseurs of which were orderedto charge the instead of executtDij this onJer at full my left into my right continued in the mean time xiaouk but enemy being enabled to directhi9 whoile His Royal Highness tlie Duke or dered this day the Deputies of tne and Difttliad beeii proclaimed by the suund toi on the 3d at rhe of the Co of Secretary of the to deliver tlieir and inscribe their on the list of and to proceed on the 4th to the Officer of Chancellor of the whose functions are performed by the Grand iu order duly to veiify theis and taketheir scats as States of following is a letter from the Emperor Buonaparte to the NY have Royal Uisb nesss letter of tlie Yon are right lobe that I wish Sweden to enjoy and peace with her neighbours Denmark j nor eager to wage against oa tUd every thing in to ward oft which it was easy to I bqye the earKesTopporruiiiry to acquaint those CJarts your Royal Iligtancsss sentiments and rroSttilat they vrill agree witjh we in anii tbgt it will not be our fault if Sweden should not be rsstored to the enjoyment of happiness and As socjiias I shall beinfomierl of tire intentions of my a1 faH couiuiupicate to your Royal 4hemean tjm jXi vill not t HOUSE OF MAT The Home resolved itself into a Coninjittee on the Scotch and the Koport tu be received Ae Bill to he BtfJ au3 report was ordered to received HfOHGATE Mri PEYEU MOORE thet the ixlnvji Bill bcrecomniitledi in r the to whom that jBill had been re afurther oppdttunity the evidence laid The majority of the Committee above stairs were satisfied that the the Bill bore supported the evidence brotiyfit before them nei thfr ire w they of oofc thattlie projecred voVk was at or that if it was curried into it would be attended ivith any public JtwaS all the who were habit of traveltfcfg the Nortnnoad andconsetirfently best inters veuieuce which the projected favourable only not travel orwere nn perfectly acquainted wftlj the were agamst The Member concluded vrttlinioTiiig that the Bill be AbAHS thought JtlfaVno great uubHd iuntege ctfuld ariSe mifirftie could it be carried Bnt appriehtnsjye 1 and of he high esteem with which your cha racter aotLxirtues have inspired rotTfor ytjur Royal rligh I pray God to wy in iifi hofy April APRT frigates sailed this morning from this preceded by two their tination is not known but there is no doubt of being destined to cruise in the Two 74gun ships have been armed und are warping in order to be laid be tween the two castles at tile entrance of the har Last night a fleet forty or fifty sail was seen off this supposed the convoy from BKITISH HOUSE OF MiY In a Committee of Counsel washeard ofl tlit frotu alteVations which it wight cause to the rings in tltatneighboitrhoodi CufcWEK said been Taifed as1 an evidence before the Cotrtriifttee appoiiited to hebeWerl leavVtb say a few words upon the subject The strata of the ground through which the projected intended to pass had been examihjel by corape tent uird there was m Reason whatever for supposing thdt any of the wouidbe diverted by There was between themand thfr line along which it to carry the tunnel a sstiong claim of jhe Cvimsel was on I Je Appeal of Pranks Tie BmUeqrtcr litUs aiid tlte3filitia n Hilt were read Vpoa ordelof tbedaycfoir fyq reading of LorUEiskines Bill forpreventiug ar correcting the practice of cruelty to dumb ani his in a speech full aud ex pratiated on the general subject of his proposi He force against those dered the army to Our has Iken officers aid fakeo amounts to 170 pie IcJss of rank atnc not yet been but the I ot of The Arcbfluke Charles bad his ers at Ratisbpn Charles was able to came rbm iopk post between JBbloIsha gep set no value on bese probably in of Witb of THJwfirdly cdridtict occasiohed our the rest of the army atmoiti intrepidity and not engage their jsteteneut c4 by evil which he besought Lordships to remedy was too of was utterly impervious to water plan was carried into froift his eseperience in similar he kaew could be very easily it Would produce a very great rwkction iri the number of horses ertiplsyed on tlint and save naff an hour iu the journey from London to FULLER opposed the recommittal of the SirJAMEs that no person was more interested in the North road than but he thought the scheme impracticable and therefore before he suffered the Bill to be sent backagain to the he would take the isense ofthe House 5 upon the The iHouse then divided1 FoV the reOTTnraiUsIof tlie 35 Against it 1 7 A message from the Lords acquainted the House that their Lordships had agreecLtp the Six Exchequer Bills and several pri vate of OUT streets ft everjc tbe daily rt outraged young and in the ty in the well that the wretches jQionly practised those crueltiesi not only ex u 1 ted in defeating the interference of the frieod but renewed ariaaggravated their detestable cruelty to the poor animal within The master would reply to the humane beast and I fight to doas J with miy Tneser jyant wojthy of sjuch would the jbeast was under his andfee best kuevr hoAv arid betweenmaster and each aftiucH srreater brute tfiati Over FROM THE Yesterday mofiiing attEstafejtte arrived here with the which bid t i 1 l 1 i ml Aeqioar ahirnal pppressecfandtorturedk a varietvtrf of to LordsKip pursuant to rose move for certain theabpoint meni of tlie tjie Depol in He wasinjlucEd tptodfce hja motion by tire consideration tfcat a had been painted to the office not therecoai beferi in the uavy bbytrarFnaCTely plans HcdidnTSfktiow wbai of tfee srfaatioir but there was and he cohdeiveS it one of officers b very glatf to be appofnteS owski with tbe Archduke from io prevent troops the Russians havf The the ofa great part the Anstrian tbw town took place on the 22d aud One hundred houses hmye been cently This practice j i J i r whosetrade to kiod of and only of ftainJ1 are put into kindj and lessitndte and these animalsisfoand to prey upon tbe flwh of the His Londship then ad no objection to tbe motion but be ipake fen the leave to fal the ofriceJToni jie he bjad to at eJriWblisnaient m Wrptng in he Walter was a flindtferignJ but atfUelhrje of his appointment he vparx chiefly itf theramily of amount of WhiBther coals and was u veie allowed he could ndt Had not a hpua cttdy was obliged to be op the After few Words reply from frfrWhit bread motion was agreed   

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