Day, May 23, 1809

Day

May 23, 1809

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Day (Newspaper) - May 23, 1809, London, Middlesex fcWCK OF FRIES USOT FOREtGrNIiRS JN His Uoyal Highness fount The Brink TJw William Charles f illioB r William Treasiurr rnllE ANTSIVEHSAHY DINNER will be I at the CITY of LOXDOS Bishdps Highness the Duke of in the 1 Esq iUan John Einanuel Charles Thomas Dinner at Fife CHARtES Tickrrs 1 mnv behod of the Bir 1u Lne t i he City of Lomtou and Batsous Toms ColUvtion aftir LEAD AM SILVER MINE COM Persons having supposed that the i ore personally concerned in the above we think it expedient to that we are v Trtibtees fur such monies as may be paid into the House of aud in by the to the said under but that we bare no concern whatever iu its roa nor are responsible iu any manner for the May for T TYRWH1 HE EXHIBITION of DRAW the ASSOCIATED ARTISTS in WA is uow at New t Al tiillaucr One Sixpence VAUXHALL MILAlVESE PAN JL KEANS most respectfully beg tHive to inform the and thattbey arc disengaged from Voux aoJ nuuibly solicit a continuance of their favours tlirv have introduced iu their Band soft and harmonious suitable lo private if Or r to No Bed immediately attended N Sets of Hands NEW G HI IFIN respectfully leave to lib uuil the bis CON rKKl wul lake place ou Tuesday May The will chiefly consist uf the principal Ports of MtiBii1s iraiid Opera Don Vocal Mrs Sguor Sigaar J ami Mr A uew imccrto on the Grand Piano by will be prrfunncd tor t be first time IB The Concert to in ut half Books Don Juan in UaJao and to be had at the Music price TirkcU 1O8 Kidtiermimter Okpet awlRag Ware Pauls thb coruer o respectfully in that Ue has on Sale a Jarsjc and fatbJonahle nsfortmeut of and which be ia wUinf OB very moderate Likewise and a able assortment Cn bjuict Middle Grove I be CET on fit for the reception ofa Urge and distimpiUbed completely Particulars of Uphol PaUMnH or of John Tun IF the uext of Kin of CORNELIUS Me belonging to the Merchant of wtltjipply to Grace of they will Titnr of somethinB to their and at per in great at Servautcs Linen ami Muslin JLIfo the waterproof cambric cloaks for riding in ojen and fine Irish linens of last years stock a i the oli I COMWHRCUL tlUCR NOTICE is hereby given to the Holders of SHARES in this that the Managers liuTiordered a call of per to bt paid by the an therrsever Sharrs ani tbatsuch call is lu Uc pnul into the honse of and oncr before the iili June next and if sMch cnll is not paid at the tune Sharesof the Proprietors making de fault nill become and will for the benefit of the By JOHN Solicitor to the Vy COMMERCIAL r COURT of MANAGERS do hereby gire you that a Special Court of Proprietors uil held at the House of the on 9th of UIUL the purpose of Delecting a Manager in the of Charles who has ceased to be a nnd atso to considerand determine upon alterations wWcbiriH at such meeting pro pused to be made in some of the mtes and regulations act th in the deed of settlement of the and more particularly in the 3istj aad 77th clauses t Kucb and for other aad the Pro prieiors are hereby requested to attend Tfce Chair win be taken at one to tbe pre oselv By JOHN Solicitor to tbe Commercial Dock Miv 180 A Neat LEASEHOLD con lainlng bur with fore paved with asW throK ttall pleasantly situated and being ihc centre bouc in near the Cha pel years at a rcuVof 18L per to uyd low tor one new fiikhionabje Patent LAJf liuinhod in the with double elbow lined blue cloth Morocrb painted pertbed aud plated furniture a low Craueim k for onu horse or lined with blue clolhknnl paibtcd To be scon at MK of an oldestablUhcd COACHBtARERs with large roomy in one of the greatest thoroughfares round at a low rvnt Possession may be had on Midsumtncrilay The fixturrs of llie bouse nnd shop to be taken at a fair and or any if as the present occupier is rrtiring from Particulars apply to nthis Coach Spring Bread aud and others JL requiring extensive valuable LEASE of those extensive Wappiug High street containing four rooms ou each large bread aud biscuit bakehouses with two capital two rkmr 31 6 by 16 6 good front years a very low The Premises iu gocd and particularly well calculated for the above or aqy other requiring there baring been recently carried on a very extensive on the Premises or of SUFFOLKValuable very de sirable part Freehold aud part situate in the parishes of ami Lit I ft within two miles of Copdock White the turnpike road leading to nnti six from Ips wich by 207 3 and 31 perches of excellent arable and pasture in a high slate of lying in convenient good fences the whole nearly nithin a rint a capital and substantial brickbuilt aud o all iu exceeding good There i anil some excellent waluut trees also loinc and a few on the estate 5 acres arc and tlie remainder Tbc outgoings arc all laud tax qnit rent Possession may be had at Michaelmits the John having had notice to quit at that price and further Particulars ap ply or by post on or before Satur the 38th to or T Golden where a map of tbc Estate may be LITEKAiiY In the and on the 20th will be in 2 price LETTERS aud REFLECTIONS of the PRINCE BTE coutainiuj urigmal Anec dotes Of Joseph Catherine Frederic the jntcrxtim oa tftnsiated from the French of tbe Baroocsx de Stmel Anthor of By BOl for Leadenbnll ftrcet of whom also may be had Comma or ia 3 large price iu GAFFES LIFE OF This DajfU iu price A Connected HISTORY of the LIFE and DIVINE MISSION of jfeSUS record ed ui tbe Narratives of tbe Four Evangelists with selected from the shorthand papers of the late Reverend New COME To which are arising from the several of each By CATHARINE fiir and Paternostcrrew j aad Wilson and UUAKLESS This day b in one vuluroe crowu a new with a head of tbe Author by price in MAJVUEL of DEVOTION j or Judgment and Mercy for afflicted coasistiuj of Mcdi Soliloquies and by Francis by the THOMAS FROGNALL Author of an introductiuii to the Knowledge of rare and valuable EditioiiK of the Greek antl Latin Classics and Editor of the recent Edition of Sir Thomas Moores for aud Uruie v WILLIAM This Day is A Splendid from a Picture by the late cnjrurcil by of WILLIAM Dedicated by tu tbe the IXaj of in whose possession the Painting now and proofs at 31s prints at by Edward Printseller to the Engraver and corner of where may be ait engraved Portraits of cele brated British The ARITHMETIC of KEAL Tablet ofWeights anil corrected and adapted tonoderu larger portion applied the Cbaflccai fa ken aad comtotfdal Compaiilea oftheCity of Lonttoyj1 More wider each Rafe than are to in any other Logarithms applied to cmksdatioosof poand prior this Day in two elegnni price fTlHE SYSTEM JL to Sir Isaac Newtoti aKl subsequent Mathema By LAPLAGE WewtKr of the Nutfonnl In Translated into Engliehliy Printed forRichard Of whom may be lesYopc a Familiar tha with oy J to he h5d of afl book Thc Wonders pf the Te the o Erous large Engravings COM VOTiefiS AMD Ninth Volntueotfilis ihterestiiig Work JL is this liuy be bad Bvok price iu iilunbera of the former vulumis ohieh were out of pdnt lieiuj and sonic o lt r coaiplutc sets in nind vo le had the Book ipk wilfcqutiBue to be at anil the Tenth Ve firet of accounts of recent Vipy chard sonic of the plates recngra or any single volume price Tbc published in Monthly Niuu Volume Rill be comiue taiu several valuable and ajfcs Printed fiiri Ncxv T0 E LATE CAWteaqSJ IN SPAIN the and hi an elegant with price Two Gniueas in jt euntaiuiugau Account Ojniatiicis of the British Armies under Sill WELLESLFiy aud SIR JOHN fromitjpaav preceding the BAT TLE of to the at with full memorable Retreat from S Embellished with twelve Drawings made dn the By ADAM JNEA Physician to hisj t ami EMOAHKATIOM tcrcsting details uf the ings by ive of tke Forces all Printed for Jtichord PBiUJps und to be hud of This Day a two eleiraut foolsca rpHE MILITARY Series uf Letters rccenj WKiCER SON on hi Jjrinimy a course of elegant I the Chnraetersand Accompl the general reception mtbcAi Military arc the be conferred upon it Prtvj the rafght be quot satisfied tilth the utility wb his well tceunt eutienvotn sated by the sale of many bciagthe in price in being a written by a GENERAL nteriug the Cutu calculated to unite ilsot and nctir pf this its its adoption in uH st cukgiuma which cau addressed to of bat he is b5ie believes has attended i is snfficiently compeu ind copies of his work in a very short He hopes the principles contained in it will be and their account be is soli citous that his book should ItJL and be read aud studied as long asthe language vWch it is for Richard Lomlou and to be had of all Booksellers in Books iu Great and the A UNIVERSAL SCHOOL This Day in price with to 365 Lessons for JL English Clanepj in Male nod Containing o eHtcJT useful aad important in tbe of the best Authors arranged ia every day in the J the Tbe rmnnalSalc of nearly Ten Thousand Copies of thia incomparable School and the avidity with which it continues to be adopted in the first Schools of the Em are snCicieut testiuiunials of its superior und justify an expectation that it will in due time be uni versally received and preferred as a finishing Book iu the practice of Print ft foe Richard London and to be had of all Booksellers in Great Britain and Of vhom may be by the sunc The First price Reading Exercises for tbe Junior The Grammar of The it UMimar of THE UNITED WITH FIFTY This Day is in one very large and closely printed corresponding with Uatkinss Biographical accompanied by separate Maps of every County in and by various Slaps of aud price complete in or A DICTIONARY of the UMTED compiled from Par and other Authentic Modern Documents aud each of which are annesed to the respective or particularly described in the preface and contairnitRAccounts Of every Hun Gcatlcmans aad other remarkable object or place iu aud the Various small Mauds dependant on the British CAPPEJRf It veald be useless to specify to whom such a Work as the would be because it would be difficult to discover any class of persons to whom it would rot be indispensible for daily and hourly To establish its peculiar claims to connileocc and gne al preference over entry other work of the snme it s simply mention that the Aytbor was ijy Government hi condensinj and com plctimjtbt Reports published by of tbe Po CiiUrratioa of Gmt and in airniugiaxthc Clerical and the corrected Lists sentfiwatfe different Clerks of the Hebaccon scqueotlybeen able to refldef it an Authority in must of tbe topicipri which hr Richard iPhifllpKi Bridnntfcet lacMrttA and tobe had of in Great Bri tain and boapjay anjfcittvariotH Thfir layar lk atSeat and closely printed Bat price NEW SYSTEM Private Observations Yard Cookery for CABINET OF ITH A FEWO PHILLIPS the CSnaoSaijrors and A tfiaiy irifomu e n anonr to subtnitto ttttf POETRY APPLIED TO TABAIIT and at the ORIGINAL JtT VKMLE re spcctrully iuiroducc the following valuable books to the and in ha being aumi rauly adapted to the purpose of initialing joaup Persons iii the respective is morrfiniver sally recognized than that o tbe tlBcacy of rcdUtiugto rhyine whatever in intended to make a lasting inipr ou tbe metnury aud ou this prmriplc the following Vrorks will be fbiuui worthy of jjeneial introduction among young Persons of both Goldsmiths Grammar of Geography by the price The History of in easy by the since price half Tbe History of iu by the same price Tlie History of in easy by tbe price half Printed for Tabart and New Botidstrrrt ajid to had of all with afull allowance to aud thclbireetntli Bouk given grutis On May price PROCEEDINGS of a General blJ at the Horst on tbe 2ilh afld 7th of for a Trial of Cuptaiu Richard Lioutcntmt Cbristopbcr and Lieutccaut John of the of on several Charjrrs prt teircd agaicst them rcspectivr by WILLIAM late of tlie said Regimect togctber witb several Leltfis which passed betweentbe said William CobUtt and Sir Charles Judge Advocate GeHrral ami vnriijiis otlscc Let ters aud Docuuicuts connected ia tlie orde of If my accusaf ion is without the authorso cruelty bare not y t devised tbe turtims I ought to en as painted by tbe most iery i too mild a puuishmcut Letter Si Charles Judge Advocate Marcb Tbe said several Charges airuinst those Officers spectively and every part thereof is totally uotbuud the Court Printed for Saninc Lon and Bold by all other 3 near be LET at a moderate k spacious Fu raily wHh abundant larg walled aud about six acres of productive ineador a cniall neat Furuishctl wirli couch and aad good furuisheil lodging iu the Familirs iu want ot b sending the particulars iostpaid to aud Co shall be duly attended GOTTENBURGH MAY On the 4th his Excellency the Chancello of the Realm received the Depftties of the States of attended by their as wel as the Deputies of tfe and afterwards repairetl to tbe Session wljere the Speukers of ihc States took the nsua On the Stli the the Nobility met foMhe first The nsiial which iit the Diet being now gone the deJibera tions on the important objects for which it lias been convened are now to be Au Address of his Highness the Duk of Sudermaaia to the States of thir Realm has lately been published which states the circum stances which led to the late change of Govern in the following manner A short state of the unfortunate situation o the country at the beginning oi the year 1808 will be The war was to be carried rin English and such other means a could be without overwhelming the country with heavy An agreement hat actually been concluded with England that the luttcr was to assist Sweden with cash and mer up to the iunount of sterling That these subsidies conld not be sufficient to defray the charges of the exteusive preparations for the continuance of the war is he usual difficulties which generally attend the realization of remittances of a lar amount obstructed also the payment of the and it was impeded by the diSerences with which arose in Au gust 1808 they weref yet without relieving the most urgent wants of the wljd had furnished pro other necessaries for the army could not he nor rSeans be found to pro vide for the arrears of the Fourteen millions of rixdollars in specife about sterling had been wasted Fu the dis astrous campaign of 1808 aboat fire millions and a half of that sum were foreign the rest was wrung from the country In this ca lamitous the Committee of appointed at the end of 1808 to devise the mpst expedient means of public to hia Royal at full Jength absolute impossibility of raising the sum required foirthe without the titter That sum amount ed to 2J oJBUQns of IP book The Committee represented in vain to his MH jestyv thatthis sam far exceededthe circnhrting capital of the Und tnadi at least 23 er of property of tlie whole country ib goodaj ancT estates of every jdescriptlon thiit if was next to im possjbleto that eaorniQps TJ Committee within to present a plan for raising the fntihe with Eng land were set on foot to increase subsidies tKe Eoglisb Governrnent in the course F that the subsidies could lot beaagtneated beyond the sutn it objection naking a separate Procured I oh terms which wire not lirerted agaiftst the interesteof having beeo receitred of jtbh decla D general embargo laid on all English Swedish1 ports fuaktely t were now incretsmg on all andthe very heart of the ttofttttry was hrcatened with a hostile j In this state he troopsstutioufd on the western imprirssed with lively smse of their duty to their native were advancing forward to the capituh His as soon as he became acquainted with that resolved to leave gave notice to the Royul and ordtred the Officers of the State to ibllow strongest the execution of this jlaawere but without aud necessity pointed cut the only means left to SHVC the and provide even for the safety of his IMajestjs His Royul Highness was railed the reins and his advanced he obcywl APRIL The enemy hhs sent iruni to our Cap taiiiCieuerul Uou tit la 11111 the J until of a iiuniecitately transmitted tothe Su preme Junta of the it iudused tbe following letter addressee to the Viccpresirlcnt tlie j Attendingto those principles of and iooi faith to which it has alwafs and especially it would not aba cinn ou an oicaaioti of so much delicacy arul lias asseiitud to the publication of tht accompanied with the Royal Onleij wliich was immediately cominuuicaUci toGeiit ral in order that the may ho subnjitted to tiic iaspectiun of the Tspatiiali peo number of the Piovinces of Spain have 8ufficieutly sntfcrcd from list boFTtblc ffltcts of war antl ao3 the aifc threatened wltli rbc sarue itc tveuts of the yjth arid Jrtiu of armies of GeneralsUrbina and Jtnvo constcmatkin cod alarm those boiiuurable cauuot conteiaplale without the raopt poigiiaut grief tire utter tTcHobition of our belovcrt Thtse persons have Unplorci tlie King to alleviate thf dtlrtssias uf sncti of the Provinresas are occupied by Irearh ahfl to avoid them in those arc not yet ia their posscs tlisJVfajesty has attended to their ami iii couseqoeoce has ordered me o repair ti this to ifu noonce hia compliance to authorising me at the same time to consult the best of fnlfillinfr his wishes with gucli Deputy or Drptitics us the Supreme CiutraTJuota shall think fit to I cannot suppose that either Excellency or tliS Central to this on whick thr salvntioii of Andalusia and the happhievs of tlie whole fciujtfoin The huaincss is most important in Us aud most urgfiit in the present cirrttmstanci aud on that accountit ivonld be improjicr fbat it should be which ift likely to occasion so many and whirli mnv be avoided completely personal On this ground 1 from your honour aad antl from that the that you will such persoa or persons to enter nn the conference with I will agree as to the place of prcscnc JOAftimr MARIA tke VicpPrrsiticit of the Supreirie Central the of nritten by Don Joachim MarijSutelo to the and the insidious proportions on the part of tlir Government thenin Cen tral Junto hoi forgottrh sacred ctoiacter with which k is solemm onths it hastaken iu concurrence tbe SpanUhr m If Sotelo be the fceafcrot y sire to treat for restitution onr fctlovril tbVeracoation of our tenitory Igr tlc French s let him in the visual forin by Srqtes 3ud they will be anncuiiced to uur Jnnta Cfnnut neglect the employment uf poweis rou ccded to it by the public will but they hare no autho rity to lit I or tenniaate uiiy transaction which is not founded ontbc basis of cUrual tny other principal of negociation he Em would to degnute the which has entered into the most awfnt engazenietit to bury itself be neath the ruins of the STonaiehyimihtr thau lend itself tu any proposition which shall diminish the honour and independence the Spnuisb His Majesty desin s that your Exctjleucy would state these sentiments to So and by the Royal order t cbrnmuuirete thcnrtii your Excellency for your instruction and od preserve Signed MARTIN DE GAR Real Alcazar of To Don Grcgorio de la FRENCH FIFTH Frbnl the Imperial Camp at Iffay Oo tbe 1st of May General after havinz made lloo penetrated beyond where he took 400 so that he this day took without firing a eingtf Tlie towo uf was a strong plnce fitux it bridge OB the which forms the frontier uf In a spirit of in worthy Weak it cieKtmyed fortress situated ou a where it nijjfbt be of m oror Vo build one at tbe w with credit this ex cess of inconsistency and Emperor arrived at Hied on the of at oneiu the aud at at one iu the afrer uooji of the same At Ried were found an establishment of eight sets j ana1 containing of The bridge of on the had keen cut by tlie enemy it was reestablished during rtie fOn fba ssme kiyi Doke uf ibe aud the Duke of with tbc of Ja thia town vtiie found a 13 ov and magazines r irine Bake of who arrived tfle aofb April at caused coebrigadi mrnU and another in direclkjo uf the Italian His adrancedijjiai f forced hitti On the isi of beadyiaittrs of I he of RiVoli wete at Triu comjnanding tbe guard of the at JReidan dutberuatlto with l tttft AiiAmir guardbftfee Te theBatlea dragoojiS and compamts i MOD lira Iu The Bxfett taliantiy cbcrjfd on fcalf but alien of tbe of anil roippclle4 them tu ay downtheir LicutenmuCclotirl had his horse pierctd vita ;

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