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Day (Newspaper) - May 29, 1809, London, Middlesex N JUNE at Dr CROTCH proposes to perform on the aad PIANOWRTB tUe following in died in the year Te sons of to Joshua Fust Lesson the Piano He gave j naii fur Icrafl in Egypt i csto i il Alcioa of Dau Hear is the i MdcchibxuH Coronation ihc Prie Courerto The When car delivered the body buried hi Funeral ABU for the Lord God Omnipo l Messiah Fifth Lesson o the First Mty iii For unto us a child Woiiliy is the Tickvis to be bad at Neir rijtn At the Court at the the 34th of present jthe King moat excel lent Majesty in Wfcereas Majesty was THS Coundlof and of the the Kingdom of incident to aHtrict and ri AGTlAlSi MAtCri wiii LOR s CRICKET Nirfyle iu June the i ec liiflit Cicotleiuen of ilie MWyleoope wfch L in d H of aH or Oae Thousand u pitched at Eteviil a Tht BONK Bligh T i Robinson Beldam L nubert f A grout alteration having taken place in the Laws of the new to be bad of Dogs and Marqrice to will bold loo E Hatomond Benaet and wbereaa certain Provisional Agteejnont jflstyj Envoy Extraordinary and Minister in with the Government1 of whereby undpntood Council JJajnaiy and shall be so as Udiua oa the 12th to Official Journal of the 13th the following article from lOth instant r A part of respects T alrtongbibfeiJtH is was authorized fay Uf Jtrajeity or such as ft Uare or nujy that of his Imperial Highness has already ireacbed the enemy are flying with the iit and number tf priT into MAT 20 j The legion baa penetrated into Ga I Austrian troops have eva iaJi fTtT ttugh Austmn Silesia on tbe with and to flic said ports mid ptaea cdfi trary to and in violation the restrictions imposed the said Orders of the 7th of January and of as alteredbythe Order of l April last iis Majortyfin order to prerwrt anytnconre niepeies that is by wjtb the advice of to and il is hereby that the said is necessary for the protection of rtkstbof the said tfaited sailing under i tutA Wtte arrears are paid bankers of into French The number of wounded French nereis great that newJyWa oreinsnfficjent 6B5cera and hasbroken up with a French Trieste that 4av of Juoe no veuelof the Ddited tare between jtl igthof April forai of the of IroA any pdrt df tbe United shall HiCHAftD LL Persons having any claim or demand on the of Richard late of Thryj I fu the city of are requestud to seud tbe particnlars thereof to 1 of whichif Juuoct will be immediately Persons in Idrliied to tbe said Estate ace also 4 ct a settlement of their debts witb the shall have clearedOat from fciiy port1orv By order of tbe J previous voyage by the comnuutdccii of Aad it fartber that no vessels of the United Jay WM O IJEL aud in a Tonra very rapectable re in thr Tbe mode will be Tendered very oo proper sectlialy further Particulars apply to MTr i near the RoyalExcTlange for a and and a ni ur otLer within levin or eight miles of vii Itmast M If to it Bentnot Co exceed or to Lioyd Capital rich be ua t c and about ninety di lucaubw aud two wellstocked by with way be liaJ of any of the ports of Holland i or ratemipted ships or v hjive been iirformeil of biitervoyaM bare been warnednot toproceWW any of the po Holland rtcH be found attempting to And it is further hat after thenaid oth day of June no vessel of the shall Uavi cleared orbe i from any other cif tl Of s Agttenieat aa EVENtA BULLETIN Shawl opened nr eofieoti wiflinif to i only inscnbej thck names all Others Deftatednvffis diers which dcfewled the passage driven back by awl by the gvupesLot of IS pieces of art At of evening tbe pavilion was occilpje anii tbe materials of the bridge Obtain R AiddeCnmp of the Prmce were amoajrtte aciuss tiie in order tu seek ob Oxe dpposite THe rapitulatiou consists of sixteen according to which the garrison are permitted to marciiout with the honours of war arid after baying to lay down their arms on the and surrender themsdves prisoners of The officers to retain their and the soldiers their All the public institutions to continue onthe same and the inhabitants to be protected in thevr prouer I y t e lu uc The letter riL n jtne ot Iveafchatel to the merely against AHMT i the Emperor the 1 be JLE Uie 1st ot lor tliree a pleasant COUNTRY Si consisting of a tvo sitting i two kitchens ajad mtbsaitabledetached k very capital aud about four acres of Meadow at jin e connnnniiing onostbeaotiful 1 M particulars by applying to to iNrtrtancnd Morteii be u genteel ET in ij Vell1frbrt1j the atjentign of genteel RESIDENCC Tready immediate ready M miuwaylietweeo Bktb anatimdoli coBiisrfhgtf a and breakfaEtpb shall be mokited or interrupted in bv the i shall have socJcared out ietaa notice of this Order at such I oraebottt after tlte Ans the qjgna bro of attudent cba Vienijajaiiq issued and 3e them was i c 1s retaincd the w omtlteciry byai and covereij on the country by indose niirtare bjr more than wbttdnwrtbeh tbe namesiof ihc who the of loJions of the cobr forthe sake oi not to persist fa its ps it wouW tend to the destraction of the capitiXl und its COUHT MAT ANIA CIAt feRV PECSlILATlOiV THE VALENTINE This was in infoiWition nainst the defen dant for malv in his otfTce o Gtfherdlin tlijiWest and the public n oney to amount oi ih the COA The for the rse of ten wpened the case n the iubstancc of which Valentine Jpnes filled a public office the West 1 It was impossible thatthe July could he of thle Com plaints which every boVjys the abused that practised in that parti8f the wcrWi Hirdf minds anpreju gtoided eutireij if the facts as they mia in wish to tik which he w8al keepiheJr that aod to se in Court of any precoDceiVpd s subject but if be le could bryigl lejtiow exhibited agaitiiV nolr have tiled the presetrt he desired tliatttfecaSJe mighf be tried the evidence which shouldbe given in and ijpt by any loose opinionwhfch or mifcht v have any foundattorfin he hoped llie Counsel agree with he did the ainjle josticel who cr fault of proof actual notice the date tf this siift feid wtice Majestys OrdjJrof 7 tif NUd Orders of aitfi aodW the 18tb of iaferajed jr bf bm Majeitys ships or privateera of attitmpt to proceedto any ilucb AtdMis pleasedfarther to and it is btiBbybrdewdj several Oifderi df fti t of her arns of excellent tlie liiinils ofa pif i and near to aa particulars Mr ai oflan of the may be r1 Targe walled 19 Acres of HetwMn the gth day of ttaiW of u Holdsvorlhaud J lJicasttfe Lowe and of the othet part directingv itefistJfr iriijjroper practices they easily uhcsn difficulrto of the J detect and lie Wtts afrhid that when that was Afterrhetit was in budian nature ranchtoo prevalent aa tofaU iiitb those abuses which are their Mms against ttfetftciitecBa I Majesty Msuired ttepepntks 6f bfe Jfettbressul thfe pain whjcb iohuniflo c4uitttC jjf bad notfesredtod of ft toeir tiieui thfli the iridnlgcnce and bted tUspfeybiin TSOSf The rJeputa tBe most nitre tjfrtfe icortripifthe Dulte tbe capitulation of the lTiei5iituIatifn was signed the evening and ojr itixof tlie tbe of took poRsossiou cf the U I At nine of a battery raised easy in tiieir and difficult in their if had liET for turc ujate jcm aui 4 very oomffo R r ly in a perfect state of uUe Jached aad of every rjlescrip tWi Arable iv I waited aad withSi I aad jntwly 6y feet lonjj two and otT R t accommodation for fijnfily f bcaatifofly and lied in point bft vffeweflj tfurtber particulars aud conntrnedto cargoes that Bay cause tEf1 WtB Cpmcr of QREAT ii J great satisftction able an L and He iciincurrinc considWsble ejrteuoc in the incurring JT iii the and immoveabte forebear F arc peculiarly adaptedto tlic u U of K mott Uesigns end frOoxibe aad and dsip variety of rich Dautask Pi liWfor I T r nkki itramiand St 100 fathoms fronj fti and soon syfieaied he was found the cnae of Jones in present in stance should state to the first the duty of to the public then the in which he had the result of that which wag abuse of In 1795 Valentine sent ont a very large Irusr to him io eXpefldiWreof this coudtry in t army inthe1West in providing carry our troops froth pue place to visions fiiryliich troops were to be carrieff corisiderable expence f thfc buperrii Whole was intrasted to in feis of CommissaryGeneral ami Supprijitfendurjit of the Army in the Westjiidiea It hire such vesaeis as 1 for and to snppiy the ch provisions they should have Jt was bis dntv also to render i or eirbtjorniuc artdrJtttoftpus Jt was bis dntr also to renc rntouer inwhich he nert uu ana r 4 i tart r whtch perfi ceitaiii Gil beyond he have We sWlav AU7iV 1 r i r VTbe Untha dischsrge of rtf Jlj i jtrtsltfry frOBWfiiifljait IT rt which pe G Hewas perfectly aware of thiatdiprtjj aware of Ml ito JW iCBrOMrtbe of twi V1 iry karat on tUitjtKs JW about was his s deputation 2 park of MorT aje of xrConni IffUJsi ftHat comnrissfSafft iejfief uppir him We Late in the and themstructipa8 which that then to theTrea rfr wroteto him aletterj ifaformhiw nibftBat salary was a dayfrom the day frpm the of the aday saqd was i i andthen Lord Shall ond fbr Chair atod ot 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