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   Day (Newspaper) - June 3, 1809, London, Middlesex                                AT SIX PRICE coatinne dpenj nt the Great Room consisting of the Mechanical Musica Mechanical Piece iiadmiration uf when firs was honoured ly Presena and EXHIHITEM AT IN THE OF r NI HE D GRAN JJ ILLUMINA fxNOlutilC VIEWSOF THEWORU tnr omvcjiDjf to the by uf n 1 the prlnripaVcities and finest view anii America ttie drawings h a ml are seenupon the1 the oj Princes i hi to Mr AKitEYyof flat win bavc seen this i to by nil the A li 10 oclock in the morning f i LLLSlIUlBs Kinks landeda Cargo6f i in dressct tin perfection for sent to TV i every Sunday when r one at the other at nine pre n the latter Boat 4 al llalf eS1t except in tme same evenings and othcr suitable r tlHKNT of ii LIVING about ii ft JHI in of about tli iVnrif to exchange for aLiving of iiiir ii orthe Weiitcrnpart farther Particulars apply to Bipas tnil NewlnO or to Sol V II 1C A KE MI L LITV E11Y and most EuftcrBi 0lltctioh of Mil IlrrasM ever irjttsl opened by i Co from Rooms twelve may le accommodated every fashinn alie ariiclc of on the moff a S in a genteel as a who san t r get up sinhlT dtt8 owlsr oias Upper NnfiSPryiWaid ct of a rhilrl from the hariitj lived m iut tor three years in her last place can u to post to H No Cavendifibgjuarei 7AN 1KI within J iu tbe part of i uilh from 80 TuMirisM to D CVrtrVi il1 EL to KENT fC Sinilf ihr o or the Jroid lending to FajcsFv ci jiih me ytablimT will bo and if vritl four or nviints of will be prcft For Cards ad aijly to l be c itii iiuniediate f DO UJUDC a very peat compact with five acre of excellent Meadow a jcood gardenwell in cow moit dellgfanilfyKitnirted as n fftlctl up ant obiv taining every and fit for the of a saiatl respectaolt or would suit a Single or SuorlBnaan the flirfghbourhobd veiy respettablfi eOtfchcd toalirl from London dsitjrdntanee ParUchhirs and ficktti to view the please to apply jf miles from tc or SoW cwnwMely to RENT or a f goiid TA M fl anjaVry rircn iiriles of tibadon in adry Irealtiiy M urd and the coniAsiicnce of stages to m The House fcare not than three aud seven with cpn no objection to MI particxilart to Mr tilcat i EXCELLENT LEASEHOtiD Ti to 1 LY the Wuthend Of containing drsjr diuirrE and fireeood two kitcben under the I ttfivn be Iioiirs of tiretf IrlfttTiclRrt with further pay of and whoJeWrni cVp uun inoviiig to a vietr of the to for rent ainr other partijjllirt apply or y H sttLKS AT TKEIROUJ E D plan of business tie Biort they only to are that AeVeby enabled ihe leading articles as ni l i i icaiian B I the rich tiie iJt poplin o who are prices ill by the prices are than twentyChfe per English Wi Jt Concern ia the and eligibly townrJi t Particnlats maybfe of tttJbcr in near siid V VferV select Proprietor going into H South 6Fa small Wsli and good South Lambeth bden yeniii hin tfaesfe two R willbif r r rent and taiccs Further particulars Ti asct anyAiy fwrtaeicrcn ti tddrcttcd aflditianWlM maty tOMISdt fy fa kf tty Command ef his vmh regardtoihepartictflaTsthere remains no dbubt with regard to the fact that the JKnench artsy has beetf Some stragglHs1 hkve fallen victims to the just resentment of the we have not received any bmciaL account of that important Supplement to the Lisbon zclte of Miiy The Qoiatbra Gazette published by order of of the gives the fol operations tHe action irftheJ 1th ihgtattionj the French made a precipfi taitferetreitiathe direction of pro bibly with on tfie different corps which were scattenad orertlie province in a fttt1ie en traoee of Clspharav in tljemost per feu state of repair theimmediate recdjrtioo of a family of the wy en rooms on a with domestic stabling for ten stanAngf for 4ra largf walled tiCcffiive hot and freen dad a fieldof racudbtr land The gronnd plot thwhole upwards of eight for viewv and further be hacioC El liot and Clapbtimj This atfd in the vicinity of1the junction the combined troops time taie tbertf ticcprdlug to the latest intelti was received ifr ppfirtc 1 may be sail of the of follow tbo of the Officers killed and wounded tte Kiss in privates is at the greater pail of wbum had bteo but were coning By official advices from of the we that the vanguard of the army of Cu on arrived at and that he bad sum moned thePrench whom he found there to sur render immediately but these making demon strations ofdefending relying ou their entrenchments theyhad thrown the General had sent to Badujos for heavy artillery to batter which has already been sent General with all his followed the movement of iiia and if Marshal Victor does not hasten his it is probable that the samu fate will happen to htm which by vt this time has befallen Supplement to the Lisbon May j His Excellency Marshal Wellesley out of 16th Toa pdBtte HfewsGatej r T J IJWIUC of tfaescdmBinied army and Wlutc Wop T j PpHte de Lima aud oathe same Marshal Beresford arrived PoSntstree JPthitfts i D j By Ponbtis fo Rydt No the ralue lost or unless 1 seta out the Sunday Ashby lc In East frow he ral of mosj nOgenteei LWG larwSetiTe to vtabbcrviir nf I second V 6 aUU of ricfi icadovf plehsantly near erkham Tlw sfx good T00my lawu ii iront cdachhbascj stabJmg f6r foar fhvgc garflro wVll rtDcfecd irifli The Promises arc in excellent aji4 ore held on lease for 16 et aJow With be Coach called the thrOUsrfl and IJtchSeld and new degaar iefeout Thumdays T vy TS UL The nnd Miffowt etcty gjing Burl fiona the Post Office at in abort 15 niTfts fJir tfie ceptiou of a large ann every Moraing nt rxctpj ByGEOrtOtrBOTTLTON arid II attf rt completely General Loisdni General Labordeand Lefevre were the latter badly ft igsaid that Sonlt himself was Adivision under the orders of Geneial Silveira was to of the pass of therefore cannotremain a doubt but that Soult and his troops must consider them selves as VVre soon learn glorious result of onfe of the most brilliant actions fought during this The written on the loth by to Marshal Soult roomeat is left you to deliberate yoursitnafion ucoHnVextreujely and your destruction surrender at discre I am dirgct to that illfated and I receive from affirmative the solilitrs I dudermy have already proved a scourge to the French in in sijbt of its walls hot one of you will receive Jirdy lie army of Marshal which was com taftrfded by made some movements the direction of but found itself win set out from the tiolrieu Crossv Oaring Crossv I orders of intenfion M cut off that General Cuesta informed of these fell on the arid maSe about 300 This intelli hns been received which the above njovements were made under the orders of General Lassal and with an J only four coaclimcn aad the same gi coach the best conveyance dt Thereare guaicl and rill Vfil j Cirriwcs foe to mention on the The discount on will be la inconsequence of the favourable news received frjin 4tr Since th i for Jwr titnate than five froui cities in The fucjilding he housetioM is the very kwd OT of HrftiT AtCASTABA ffirec ihe e with artillciy aid atticlred onr position on tli height before this but PoitagBesef who 4UV diriUoaoj tbft twyal Ttie eqemy bad and fdotfht withTOdi perseveranceaini 7he locpf inore fc which vraer not less than YaoO The intrepid iJT vnr vvsitiun yo mpz ItJrcefrlijeb thdftravWCoJouel iwutfiii unfil that pi was so excessi BE the Jin NOTICE is here appointed mder imd intituled An Atf for keeping in Repwrtbt to men at in of June me to d by at the saia at ffti tor to ihe 17th 4ay of iad it iy declared and have produced tor the vidcmupi the sup of afJEer j Tolls will te pat The persoweontracring to find Kuffitient tlw CM J abteto hafrasi ua Sj to in force in Valentoa de Alcantara aful InrOadsfnto yet without peii 1 two Portxt ot ope s rliilgfish regiment of tour squadrons of arid Oxford sdnadcclnsof ca aad a new Post aud vnlnr f i r Jl V W U Wl the 14th iu all his army previously marched on the 15th he ar rived at The French were at Orvallo and its all the letters frooi Brajja that Marshal Beresford and Bri gadier Silveira by forced occupied which renderedthe retreat of theent my to Lisbon zettet May LETTER FROM SIR ARTHUR TO DOf KICVEli PBRE1RA Most Illustiions and and Most Excellent have theiliononr tr inform your Excellency that having compelled the caralry of the enemy to retreat on tbo 10th and defeated his advanced guard on the he that night destroyed the briJje between Villa Nova and li yesterday morningforced the passage of the which occasioned on actiou between tba troops comuiaiided by Marshal Soult aud those which I in whiclf ihe enemy was eiitirtly losingfive pieces of eight ammunition and at the same iu tke greatest on the side of I request your Excellency to inform ihe Jfost Excellent the Governors of the of the successes in the attack on the advanced en the nth I had great reason to be perfectly well satis fied with the conduct and bravery of tie battalion of Portuguese regiment comoiamted by Senior Colonel 1 have the Anrnqa LETTER BERESFORD TO DOS PEUEIRA IVfiiSt Illustrious and Most Excellent yesterday written tu your I passed to flie otbec siilc of the fo cause a strong reconnoi tring party to advance upou iUezaopibj aud finding my arrival witlt that the enemy had ahcady evacuated and tbat our cavalry bad entered I ordered the of to march and proceeded myself tolhe same where I met Bith Mujor whom I bnttsciit ii the iulo recounoitrctlie with infor mation that they had all entered The moment and Cbeltcn Do d lark of heSe troops joy the XF habitants o T d J Bythejost we learnt the miUtaiy and JOOO h jve been talced By tBe comlaned AH the iota oar with the ex ception of Soft whofletf witlwSoa horse in the direction Marshal BeVesford by a letter from it appears that Souh the iftb All tipofri with jrKeuteDaAj Gofonel tit tka Jf the FencIi well known ia of tfie co Generkl ijaonw woqndeii j if marchedUom this are paitly partly jo the by LieutenantGe neral by the aboVe wiH be ffom 20 to men hesdqnnrters were on the Thcmar to trnordiaqry Supplement to the Lisbon Gazette of May MAT It is knrwp that army of Estremadu having abandoned the direction of to On tlie L4th the place was attacked by a divi sion jpf ai it is by Victor m No happened to be there than one lhi af anri11 til t 1 now order it to proceed to where it will the Loyal Lnsttaman and supported by alt the forces between both the wlmh the regiment ofthe militia of with six willimmediately march upon Marco aud To pf his tcut anCMfiioto Brigadier no his attention to the rood to Villa bnt tbaf be allexpedition the vnemyt line of march to now aZlvancHif for I Irftter 1 the cucray uo more expect iis than they did the attack on the loth oil tile siOc cf by hfa Excellency the It will the enemy tocoacentrate I arii this moment to jour Marshal and Commander in May Tfie loss of the he retreated on wasmere COHsideraLU thau it was at first and could not be less than 150 killed and I met with eighteen horses dead on the TiarJ aiieady been thrown into Suice 1wrote the above Ihave received the following letter from General Silveira Most illuilrious aud Moat Excellent dajy the advanced guard of cavalry arrived below a imall party of 15 horse engaged K much greater number commander of this Hie cornet of Alexander Ue Costa distiuguisheil himself and was severely I recommend him to the beueticcnce of your Excellency ss deserving uf The advanced guard of infantry on new roart obliged the enemy to change the direction of liis march j it appears llat he took tie road of Marco Imt thai is so that the artillery cannot be aloijg I bad of and fifty horse of the regiment U r aJl ctJifamahtied by Colonel of jhe Loyal thetrpops not exceeding on Vjholi 1800 That valiant had already dis pnted the groundvntii the enemy in cnpiedby it advanced succteded in ob Ktructing the passage forsix in of anenfeiny vhsflysuperior in number wiih killed and vonnd v Graot fhle 5iscomduct mpfroir I wilLcoumianicate to your Excellency the ad vices uWeh I have viceired from tbs ind tbedis pOsilkins wbicb will be made to prevent the escape of the just received advice that a division of tba when it retreated froin took the road 4 IX OS add of the w Colonel who Tiai been with have bceu expect tjaitf but by pBniiandeTa they not ami stiff less prevent us posajble to an idea of the eulogies anatiordierifertnelr unpartlWed and by seems probable that itIs going Guimaranes or Bragav r God preserve yonr DA DA BRltlSH OF Irish Snbatternr tha Cpttnty tbeAuilitors of the taws Bills were rend in their Viral In obseiyntions from further consideration of Bantcixiit Laws Bittwas Jo Wednesday Tie HouieTesttifced Committee on Lord Erstinea motirfnlfor preventing the com uQonly praitlsjfl ori D um b A ni fcord recapitulated enforced thi andtheilistances before adduced in and wise Lorrl isaida few itorda in support of thje iiad stated iil the recent Lord StDMOtfTR cfilied attention of their toa subject great connected with the poli tical the ednjitryw He alluded to the Toleration and moved for an acceuiit of all the Lfcenoes granted public Preafrhers from to 1808 life did not any mearis to rfiatrict bat he Act had too frequently abused1 to screen of serving tfie country active and from the eXerosebf ftreir duty by and disgracefnl to te purchas ed at the that m MashotiJJ Lord made a few observations   

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