Day, May 26, 1809

Day

May 26, 1809

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Day (Newspaper) - May 26, 1809, London, Middlesex ami iEXERAL MEETING of CHAXTS and those interested r i eariSiSttyiwqueited at titt City of TtHS rfClodc on business of the greatest importance to their a Yoniig W i he aud PaperHanging ai at JTKT unU 1 AIM NEU in a Tavern andHoUlr of considera voy ivspectable JmsiDCMj totake an active in ih The mode of advancing tbe j IKrrddcred very on further T Particulars apply to near Middle Grove for the reception liiov iiiJ inquire of Uphol or of MrJohn or with good S Sircct near MartipVlane rent i A few fixtures to bf in and a FRONT suitable for any reupcc situated in oae of triost conspScuouR 11 iu the of Iiiticnlais may be known by applying at Iich Mtadow and two be for or seven a lr furnished with ull requisite it stocked and and about ninety rich meadow ami two stocked be by with may be had of quart I h and for thnc a compact eligible FAMILY compKUly furnishcd with officos of all rxcillcm gardens walled arid twenty acres af meadow MI of EVI aboundingwith by with Inhad of Goldeu ArMTAL FREEHOLD hi uin of the ppacious FREEHOLD and coilTOnionce for a large fa nU Jtllu lirel situate in one of the prin r at the West ead of the with concfc stabling adjoining the The two will be let separately but together they offer a desirable situntiou for an hotel of the firet magni aad 1 be Proprietor will not object to let them fur Immediate posseerion may be by with may be hail of Mr rnO be about Four Miles from a 1 and completely fit for of moderatesized family It eott uu nf and gentle iiuiiV Jrcssiogrooui five bed besides rooms aud a dressing double coachhouse and stabling for five a fully nud the walls clothed with the rlioiccst fruit two the liule containing three or The use of two and a pew the frtrthcr particulars inquire of ho will give Tickets for viewing any Sunday and Monday on the lth be tween Pauls and the a POCKET containing sundry and TwoNptes drawn bv Mr James of payable at Sir James IlWam and to his own and indorsed one dalrd the 3d at three for thedtlicr th at 75 for will send or deliver the Notes to rpceive Ten Pounds payment of the Notes is and no further reward will T HE CREDITORS of WILLIAM in the county of and a Bank meet the of hW Estate and at tbe Office in Graya on the 6th of June at Eleven oclock in i lie in order to and in nsKTt to a certain mortgage on part of tha estate 4 tlu said anB of the debt claimed in respect and on other BRISTOL anid BATH new and elegant POST from the Bell Ludgate at a quarter before five through JhrUiormigh and to the Castle and by and U io will not be accountable for any parcel containing however small in n iifor any other paicel unless entered iuch and paid for accordingly nor yet for or on any terms 1 Uy this Coach are regularly forwarded to SwaBieV an i ail parts of and luoked at the White aud Three Kings Pic POST from the BELLSA THE Public are respectfully the SOUTHEND COACHES will recommence ran mafrom the above on MONDAY i and Dchtord to the Hope from whence riorum oy Who will not be for any contaminy for any other watt in TdSiWg unless eutcrcdtt N For I ftbe Piccadilly rwdtnt iu the at Three be nith crery apply to Vud ELM GouWa near from be seen byapplying to on Whiitsflfcy and trill be attended JL ibe SOLD w LEASEHQLO suitable w bnfiricss or publicity of 1K Promises ore in good held au nucxpircd of ait a very low FoVparti iuguire on A complete Grptiudfloor with awWc passage entraVicCj ad for a Wholesale andmany other which require odMtignous to the Change together with npjper part of cpntnininK Ibreerbonii oaeacli be Particulars DTr nfy gioruiny Itefore 11 A Neat LEASEHOLD con taimug six with fore paved newbuilt nud tltree Btall pleasantly bituatrd and Jxiing the centre UOKSC near the Cha ucl 19 years t a rent of only per to Cbiuch O Briead and and others requiring extensive valuable LEASE of those extensive Wappiug High i tree t containing four rooms on each large bread Hid biscuit bakehouses with two capital two flour 31 6 by II 6 good front years at a very low Premises are in good and particularly well calculatedfor the above or any other requiring there having been recently carried B very extensive on the j or of most de sirable and elegant LEASEHOLD with fiirnished iu the newest nearly the proncrty of a Gentleman going out o India contains an entranceball and stone a arfrc breakfast and ratercloset lofty and elegant drawing communicating by superbly fur nished two best dressingroom and three arge attics over on the an excellent butters and hreesrall with barutss and The above Premises held upon is years of which are at a tow fitrther particulars and Tickets for apply at Samuel iacliobeer andHouse near he LEASE of a gentrcl wellplanned FAMILY ele gant Household Fomitnrc may taken by a jv valuationTo be viewed by with Par maybe bad of CAPITAL MANSIQN and within Six Miles of be SOLD or LET oil a much admired FREEHOLD cowprirtng an elegant and substantialbuilt adapted for the accommodation of a family of distinction containson the ground and principal numerous spacious furnished in tbe first and fitted up with marble chimneypieces and mahogany A grand principal and two secondary with numerous admirably offices of all descriptions suited to nuch an stand ing for three stables for fifteen The whole well supplied with fresh Two gardens wall ed fully and on ex cellent An elegant lodge with iron at tha acrM of uncommon ly rich meadow and pasture land with a right of common to 17 beautifully ornamented with fine grown tim ber and thriving The proximity to all 4 the the great Western and the the diversified rides through the surrounding render this estate very advantageous either as a town or country be viewed by Tickets only Particulars of Blake and and of Golden where a Plan qf the Estate and elevation of the Fldusc may be and Tickets for TJewutt may be North Fambridge with possession at Mi chaelnuy or if LL that valuable and ttply desirable LEASE NORTH FATIBRtDCfE in the occu jation of Wyattj fiw years unexpircd from ffichaelmas witb possession at Michaelmas or if Fitc Hundred Fifty Acres of excellcut sound Corn and most delightfully situated on an at North within se ven of the port of four from 14from three good market irom that muchadmired resort for and within 40 miles of the The Premises com prise three large with convenient and spacious stabfrag 3O for waggon and7 cart borse add a very large cowhouse for 94 excellent arid wellarranged and other convenient afl of which have been re an extremely good brickbuilt now modernized and snlmtantjaily repaired at a consider able The intcnor cpnsist of good wrvants airy with and sitting an excellent and other con pleasant aud with with luxuriant fruittrees andshrubsi with a Ikrge prodectivc ThVlaitft in tho highest of lying abundantly supplied with good admirably situated shippi for tbe London uuloadTpf described Premises are at an old low landtax incluaedt TJie w tftiHetitt and Ge neral Jhive been fisboDrast luRht aa broaght tbe that on tbeipli the Binpetor RBdfciOg r T By tbe r HemlMjirirters at BvTirtuc Majesty the Enperor toi dimnt Genera in the Auatriaa riuxlqadlr of the W and causer of murxlerscoiuruirfedon Bavarian and French toihelaws1 of shall be Drought Militnjy and executed in twcUfyfuur hours aftvr heshall be and as the of bignway robborsl i Sigued The foilowfiig important intelligence is coh tuined in lettetB of from the Lower On the 35th of tlfe Emperor of Russia dechfred and liis Gallieia aud Tbe wp GaMicmr stnd beaten the The fiSng far from approving tlie tLfsolatiotv cornttiiUed by nent an anny of men agiiiiwt that ia con junction nith the Sincethe 9th tlie French flag has been unfurled on the top of Stephens church at 6u the 10th or Uth the Emperor Na Lioieou was to leave the The Emperor has uoiicited A private letter from the Frenchheadquartens of the 6th that on that day an Aus trian officer of die Stuff had arrived with a mes senger bearing a writtenby the Emperor IVancis to the Emperor in which the Emperor of Austria implored an armistice arid peace of his Majesty in the most humble ex The short of tlie stay of the Parlementaircs iu the headquarters of his Ma induced an opinion that the answer was more as the army conti nues MAY A Proclamation has this day been published tiere SchiH it concludes buccess be of no long were he to set in the Grand An army of reserve in order tp repair wherever peace may be disturbed between the Weser auil aud the in fourteen days arrired at in the midstof will how to defend his States against a and punishthose who granted hjnu assistance but the punishment will bedreadfuljjor the time is come when people ought missiontotherr MfY Yesterday SchiH was at six leagues from a battle near Doden he left 15 men and officers killed besides 17 men aud one officer The garrison of Magdeburgh has been strengthened by two Dutch These marauders were at Halberstadt but the Subprefect contrived to rescue the public Those of Brunswick and Blankenburg were sent to n AN MAT Schills corps has shown itself at and WAV SchiH has succeeded in escaping into the Old on the approach Westphalian A great number of bis adherents have been taken prisoners to He it ap again crossed over to theright batik of he The students of Halle evinced no tojoin this The part of Schills ander Colonel entered Ha lie at four left it the same after seizing some small and MAT The following note proceeding head quarters of tha has been this moment May three the On the evening of the his ImperialHigh nets the General in Chief ordered that the army sbonldpaas the Piava on tbe day following pumg the every pre jaratiou was made for this bold enterprize into The passage effected at three yesterday morning halfthe army and the ordcd the river in presence of the en camped sideband raise at tacks on Thher Hardly was tbau the IVencli troops aponthe Tlie the and the prodigies of The ritnka were forceil oit ill and the they they were again Ue enemy Jias left o comiderable hnmDef of killed1 and wounded on tbe field of Among the tire sevrrai particularly IjeatenanttieneraV of General fiyjvtA the Commander of the hive been jawelloa a of other The army complete To Chief or account brniiant produced r cornand manure bjr to aba to Ibe paid for in bHfttfcgirefc ToKKLGM qni st trouvent chrt Exchange Drsiroction de Pitte in oue nar to OT i of an Eng L to Lord to muvLtomorrow tor tlie Thaoksofthe House to his when uould rako that upportuuTty iuore the purpose ami intention of hjs JVIajestys LordSlDttotfTri inquired wbnther Ministers intended togive any information to theHouse concerning theru nHJared nusuhdrratandhig in the progress of the ucgocia ttongwitli Lord MvurRAVE that ill the present state of the could not with propriety disclose Lord GRET obsCTvcil that Ministers bad by the recent a Very deep JUH wouU soon be called ou to explain their us wei with a the credit rntrrcats of be tivo aa to do jnstice tn the character of n respected individual t Laid ready jjive any re aud now that iu what he bad conceded to the American not only act without any such instructions from Majestys but iinlirect coBtnuiictiou to the instructions he did although his Ma jestys Government could consistently with the pirb lic wclfiiiTT accede to thoseunwarranted they had lakru measures torender the refuoal as little ufiuu toAnirrica as Lord SUFFOLK signified bis intention to move for an inquiry into tfcc promotion Lord Witnesses weee examine on Puulettfs Divorce Bill the decision deferred till tumomnr 1 m i I HOUSE OF MAY On the motion of the House went into a Comfaiittee on tbe Poor Removal Bill and tbe Report was ordered to be received HoME uiovid the drdcr of the day for the further consideration of the Surrey Sewer HEXBY as an that the Bill be taken into consideration this day three The House divided For the Amendment Against it 4i Majority in favour of the Bill 20 The Repoi t of the Committee ou the Blackfriars Sun day Toll liill was brought up after some couvcrsn tbe House when there appeared a majority it favour of the wbicb was ordered to i Sir THOMAS Tuarpa brought up a Billfor the relief of Insolvent Debtors in which was renda first and ordered to be reud a second time on Tuesday A Message from the Lords informed the that their Lordships bad agreed tu tbe I rial Insolvent DcbtoiV the Militate Harbour and several private Sir JOHN N tivpoRT wished to be mforiiied by the Right Honourable Gentleman on tbe other side of tbe House the Chancellor of tbe whether it was intend ed foefcteud the provisions of the Excise Superannuation to the Commissioners of Excise in The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER where the Commissioners were In eo debilitated a state as to be unable to perform their official tbe provisions of the Act would apply to but that case A few words passed between Sir Fracis and about tbe production of pa pers respecting the grant of laud at Chelsea to Colonel Tbe Loan Bill and tbe Glass Duty Bill were read a third time and The CHANCELLOR of tbe EXCHEQUER brought up a Message from his to inform the House of his baring concluded a treaty of amity with the Emperor of by Although it included no obli gation of pecuniary be would bimsclf MMIB i in JhicoBfto contribute auch assistance aa might not only to bnt to His Ma jesty relied on tbe zeal aud energy of the to erfttble him to carry this treaty into The CHANCELLOR tbe EXCHEQUER moved that this Message be referred to the Committee of moved that an Address be presented to his praying that he would give directions that there be laid on the table such information relative to the Revenues of the island 01 Madeira as may be necessary For the information of tbe an acconnt of Ibe aununlexpences of the occupation of country by bis Majestys troops and civil Ordered ac POLE moved that fhe papers presented to theHouse relative to the Naval Asylum be He also moved that there be laid before tbe House an account of any increase of officers in that institution torn the 5th of January together with an acconnt of any proposed alteration intended to be made KOSE brought up a Bill for vesting a power in the iiands of the Lord Lieutenant of to prohibit the exportation of from that lead a first and ordered to be read a second time to Tbe Loan Interest Bill and the Life Annuity Bill were and tbe Beports ordered to be received to The Superannuation Bill was read a second and ordered to be committed The Reports of the Committees of Supply and Ways and Means were brought up andagreet DUNDAS moved that the original plan for the im provement of the Harbour of made on the eatt Of should be returned to tbe Office of tbe Chief Secretary in The Militia the Excise Laws Amend tbe Board of Commissioners Regulation and the Paper Duty were severally brought read a Irst and ordered to be read a second time to j or pursuant to his rose make a motion respecting Dis tijipoiateiTti the expectations raised by the votes the House last Session that hid claims would this Gentleman now resorted o what appeared the only method of obtaining hat justice to which man was Previotttto tsubrnftfing the present jiad carefpjly by the collected opi nions ofjexpevieucd that it was regular in joint 6r The only objection that rould application Iliatils case already beea into con sideration bjr Had Parliament de ctdffl7against His it ipiglit have been deemed try theranse again in ah tn feripiQourt waa pot If it was said Parliament to a tVad certaintybeen in thinghaving been it xpento dis crjfauni arjd In the Ihe oj the de their exemption froin legil pro field decteredtfiaiiaotnrng r6uld be moredangerous to the public intereststban such when lie The of the EXCHFQUEB feuded that the resolutions proposed could Hot be acceded as 110 could be framed iu the cUie of Mr Palmerwhich could go before a as the contract entered into j with Paliuer was never specifically effected J nor was it possible to eflect it from the uattire of its it promised hiin a situation iii the independent of the regulations of that Such a situation it was ble to consequently nb legal demand could be formed oij uu illegal dontnict nor would any Court of if the House feltinclined to direct admit of a power to dictate to them any pro ceeding uot perfvctly consistent with the estab lished usages of the AOAJI supported tRe principle on which the motion brought but thought that some trifling amendment would make it iiuore palatable to the inasmuch as it would render tlie object of the proposition more After an itble concluded by proposing to leave out of the motion the before a Jury for the purpose of and to insert the words an action at law or suit iu The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER op posed the original motion and the us did and the Solicitor It was supported by Mn Sir and Sit Palmer having the House then In favour of Palmers claim 127 Ajjuinsr it Majority iu favour of Palmer4 Tire adjourned debate on Curwens tion respecting the sale of seats in was postponed to Wednesday nest The other orders of the day were dis posed and the House adjoonied at PAST FROM THE LONDON GAZETTEv EXTRAORDINARY MAT 25t DOWMNGSTREET MAY 24 A ef which the following is a was received this evening from LieutenantGe neral the Right Honourable Sr Arthur by one of his Majes tys Principal Secretaries of State May MY LORD I bad the to appnae on the 7th that I intended that the army should march on the 9th from to dispossess the enemy of The advanced guard and the cavalry had marched on the and the whole hud halted ou the to afford time for Marshal Boresford with his corps to arrive upon the Upper The infantry of the army was formed into three divisions for this of which the advanced of the Hano verian and BrigadierGeneral Stew arts with a brigade of and a brigade of under tenantGeneral and cavalry uuder tenantGeneral aud the brigade of Guards BrigadierGeneral Campbells and gadierGeneral brigades bf a brigade of under Lieute nantGeneral moved by the high road from Coimbra to JQporto and onej com posed of Majorgeneral HhTs and Brigadier Gerieral Camerons brigades of and a brigade of sixpounders uuder the command of MajorGeneral by the road frotn Coimbra to On the id the morning before the cavalry and advanced guard crossed Vouga with tlte intention to surprize and cut iff four regiments of French cavalry and a battalion of infantry and artillery cantoned in Albergaiia Nova and the neighbouring about eigl t miles that in the lust of which we iailed but the superiority of the British cavalry was evident throughout the day we took some prisoners and their cannon from them and the advanced guard took up the position of On the same dayj MajorGeneral who lad embarked at Aveiro on the evening of tbe thj arrived at in the rear of tbe enemys right and the head of LieutenantGeneral Sher Jrookes division passed the Vouga on the same evening On the llthj the advanced guard trad eavahy continued to move on tbe highroad i towards Oportoj with MajorGeneral Hills division in a parallel road which leads to Oporto from On the arrival of the guard at Ven between Sontb Redaridp apd they fell in with the outposts of euemys ad vanced cousisting of abojit4000 and some squadrons of cVitlryr strongly posted on heights front covered by woods and broken The ene left flank roovement well executed by viihrEriga ortbs of tfie Uano Legion Portognesi meet of BrigadierGeneral Richard kedjlnheir anJthe riflemen if and the companies thd 52d of the under Major infantry in the woods These attacks aeon obliged c Charlet of the l6th and 20th the Major rstritof the and tauny anH tfieY1 v mghfe oi f e en Ctsx i and destroyed if to cross river ;

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