Day, June 5, 1809

Day

June 05, 1809

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Day (Newspaper) - June 5, 1809, London, Middlesex r PUBLISHED EVERY PRICE PNK SOCIETY 4 Serjeants COURT of the saidCOR X will be held at the Societys qth any at One oclock pre J consideration motions of which notice i i lie recommendation of theBiroctors aiicmeiiting the amount to he paid to or Nominees of the Mem from to per share and the Directors to grant any number of on airy one 1 the that they hold a Court tor thf adaiistion of and that prepared for sffting Insurances for any on Surrironhip on aiich an entitled to participate necniages of the JOHX SALES BY PRIVATE rO EnMisK Wine and Beer The LEASE and of P very beneficial onccrn in the English Wine and Bottle Porter lipibly dluatc towards the West end of the urther Particulars anay be had by application to 6Jv O be or LET for a term of u genteel HOUSE and well stocked with situate at North urrey containing seven iuingrooui and with requisite llay be entered upon at Midsummer parti culars apply to Croydon i of a LIVING about iVoin in of about the t IDCI wishes to exchange it for a Living of in or the Wenternpart farther Part ictilara apply to Bleas snd NewIun or to LE MILLlMiKV ami most superb Collection of Mil fvcr yet just opened by fa at Rooms twelve doors West of eligible FREEHOLD RE walled garden and plan and convenient by extensive and of one hundred acres of aud Wood in deniable nd sporting part of tbecounty of may be known by applying to MTJ Portsmouth or to i accommodated with every fashion if on the most reasonable GREAT with imhicdUte of a cheerful comfortablt with particularly eluribk for a profeaionl situate Jreat Bedfordrow held at a low To be Tiewed and further particulars known on applicaUon o Winstantey nnd every Sunday when iilir is fine one at the other at nine if iol fine the latter A at half past eight except Sundays v li rtturn in good time same and other suitable refresh TO persons having any claim against the i the late of Little are i I wiiJan account thereof addressed I nt bin late residence in Little Thames or to the office of IB Bnrr aud all personsindebted the are reciniirtl to discharge the same to prevent tur the nroven iu ejthLr tlie County of Surrey or neat four or ten miles Loudou must have a good many A J Fenchurch uill hf duly attended ANGBUURN Fenchurch lie several very commodious ami of on the or i Knit and TCTION Large to Let occasionally to Aoc fur the Sale of will be at Iliixrty uu the of Juue being now engaged with Itae Kxhibiiiun of Paint iuip in Water Colourtj on the M vtlsich a of Pietures wonlii answer well to any rwi Vavinc a Uiiiuinc 10 lie for tlit and entered on a neat furnished r abunt live from front of the mail conttiuing a anc curhfd with chaisehouse and If IT Partirulars inquire of Skinaeri or Bell sianaw i in airy genteer ELEGANT APART consisting of two rooiJqs pn the first one onhc mums 24 feet by with foldingdoors into th dim ruoins and waterclosetj von the second floor a noble entrdncehalljth k urn painted and fit for a genteel sraal Apply at opposite Stratford COUNTRY be LET J to a respectable small partpf a HOUSE nlihnully aad genteelly furnilheUi forfour or six or longer between three and rs fiom Blackfriarsbridge consisting of large diridcd by folding two best bedcham and a rlmmbcr for a with the uie of a cbm 1 kitchen and Also an if with abedthamber of apply to Maideu CAPITAL Mansionj and Sorry be for three or five years SUNS1ON seated in a Park of on kntind and eleven with gardeni green and hot aild every requi aciommoilation for a family of cuaUinF iliuing and billiardroom numerous dressing and iniiablc domestic and immediate pos may be Fortythree Acres of Land mbr if may receive Ticket Partirnlars on application to Winstanle T MILLARD most informs th Noliility and the that the extensiveStoc consisting of Irish Sheetings i T 11 will find present opportonit All goods roust be paid for deli As mistakes have Ladies or Gen pjrchasing Furniture will be carefal to obsepr aud the Furniture Warehouse up stairs sth were instantly taken by the the I vices of this General not only in nreseut in wiis the 01 1500 g are 26 one co A whole of suit of the amon and one the regiment of RieskyV with its was surrounded by our and compelled to Our troopsjireaf and the bUckade of Palma NovaiiJ fiitt the near HOLD with very beautiful with gar awl out with from thirty to awes of ateth residence of John mest desirably withm five miles of ten of and 13 of The House is a substantial niodern edi containing every suitable accommedation for a fa mily of and immediate possession may be had be Tiewed by appiyinif to Thomas on the Premises i and further Particulars may be on ap plication to London Theyiccrpy having ordered i two divisions of under the command of the tas been1 cfriven to the other side On this occasion tooj 7 We hare also taken at Udina a cfeat nntuber with anabther war who was seut in pursuit of the mg the with a squadron of the 6th Hus and an Italian overtook the rear Corning it was di recting its ATife enemy was fiercely attacked 800 a jf JellachichV tittered pat ties of the enemy were picked A Valuable and desrable FREEHOLD with capacious picture and a ibraryi suites of well arranged principal stone and secondary and replete every do mestic with loft ully adequate to the accommodatibn or a respectable and centricalJy situate in Hanover be viewed by tickets witb Terms aud may be of Mr Harry New VIIXA and LAND m the vVESTEKBi TO A COMMODIOUS with suites of domestic coachhouse and stabling for four and aboutseven acres of rich meadow divided into by handMme and environed by gravel and screened by a luxuriant shrubbery an excellent walled and wellplaced The whole m high order aad competent to accommodate a reroertable fa The situation cheerfulj and within five mues oj the May be Tiewed by tickets only with printed may be by applying to Hairy The on the llth to About ISQOjof them dia anned the Burgher and took possession and the magazines of the On the same day a depot of great value fo the King of Bavaria was removed to Con conveyed over the Lake at Sermadingen in The insurgents having received no tice of proceeded in parties of eight or nine uuder the command of vthe innkeeper of the Lake of and also by Seriiiadiugen and Uber In the first they themselves mabters of the salt A detachment of ISO by Stbckach to no except taking down fijkjestys Part of tbte ojorps wmch pursued reached the Bavarian of which theylcaptured after some of whom they courier arrived here yesi brought an official account tor varia from the Duke of Dantzi he had defeated the the siege of rapidly The wasac cordingly published in the On the 12th Qt dfrtsfen of General beaded by the 0uke oj Dant approached enemy wag in the neighbourhood of Though the noble and wellana with a suitable anite of both exterior and situate on the west of and property of aKutilSB priaefesj dis play a sufte of capaeiosB fitted and famished in a magnificent stile and 5 the parlourand chamDeritories arc correspondently arranged and per fected with every needful for a large and respectable family the offices afford every comfort end eonvem and the whole pf the Premises are in excellent repair and cdnHition 5 held long term of at a trifling viewed by Tickets with may be had at Phillips New Noble noble and truly capacious late the Residence and Property of GracCjithe Archbiihop of situate South The arrangement of this is upon a Mate its accommodations sufficiently spacious for a tatty of distinction and its snitej sltuatjon fashionable and central ti the Houses of Parliament and by its proximity to the ahd area is rendered airy and healthful The premuea wchibrt it pHeJbVtobStanUaT brick uniting prise within mansion idxteen chambers with secondary stone sUireMcs two spacloiis and well propor tioned tofty about 36 by 24 cteen sively with a nand atone staircase leading diningparlour Of correspondent iintensioast IjrcakfcUropay and with and outertoll ground floor and mthe basesaekt erery descflpaoitor Soatestic offices a numerous flwily can rwpifet a tomjietent ratigement of cellars aad cold with access by alukteitaneonsrSjjrenneto a detached fenning resi The tenure isfargfj from af the tn viarrentof 38L per be viewed inly by Tickets between 12 and 5 every day except with Price may be Lad of Mri New Kruttigj Kins that heightsaboye the both were occupied by great of inwirgent who kept up a heavy down large stones opottoiif through dt v him Captain Quatziger and Kniff 13th were passed the advanced at four in thejnaqrniagWf 13th woundedv the night at ucrv av ticiu u grnertlgood conduct during the officers of all ranks done duly in and the troops employed upon this service have maintained that has distinguished this army during the wholescries of our operations since our departure from I hare the honour to Signed GEORGE The report of Major which is very that the nuaiber of prisoners was between 7 ail 600 of whom bad been lauded from the French squa dron Our loss was Cap of who fell from a precipice the 8th West India and four privates of the 37th Von of the fJOth Surgeon Bea and 6s men mau missing JUNE A of which the following in a was this day received by Lord Viscount one of his Majestys PrincipalSecretaries of from Lieutenant Gcueral the Right Sir Arthur MONTE MAT MY I determined upon the expedition to northof Portugal against Marshal I was in that the Portuguese General would be able to hold his the tiU he should be reinforced by and by the possession of the enemys retreatwould cui excepting the Minhoj and if to press hlniso oV that river would have The loss of the on the 3d dtu I had aohopes that Marshal wVo manned tuwaids the upper part of the Douro oil the anil arrived at Lainejjo on the would be able to effectmore thau confine the enemy on that and oblige him to retire by by VillaReal into General having obliged the enemys posts at Villa and Maisan Fricu to fall back with some nfid having crossed the drove in Loisons outposts at the bridge of Amaranths and again acquired possemiun of live bank of theTamaga on the thje day on which the under my comraiunt forced the passage of the Douro Loison jctired from Ainaranthe on monunj of the as spon as be had htarJ of rheeveiiti at Opbrtoof the preceding dayt met guanl French army at a short distance from the WHich General Beresford iit I was cocanieuce the pursuit of the enemy till when Legioii uuder MajorGeueral I was informed that the enemy had in the oyed aWest oC his cannon in of and had directed his jiTnilappeared to be the probable result of the situation in which he found in consequence of General Bercsfords upon the Tamaga nud as soon as I had ascertained that the was I marched on the morning of the 14th with the army in two columns towards the river At the same time 1 directed General Berefford npon in case the enemy should turn to his right and MajorGeneral Murray to ccpuunnicate with Generl Be if he should as that Lbison re mamed in the oC the evening of the I was from the movements the enemys detachments in the neighbourhood of that he intended to direct retreat npon Chaves Monte Alegre and directed General in case of the latter on for so to stop the1 if hesbould pass by General Beresford bad anticipated my orders to march his own corps and bail already to occupy th passes of Ruivaes and nnfbrtunateljt too OP the Murray being at and the enemy about fifteen miles in onr andat on the We bad there at Splenl Ia half an hoiurthe though they defended themselves with the greatest obstinacy iu all the intervals of the t NINTH BtJLLEflft Tfefi ViennaJ May It states in the aitnjf bad a few days rest at all the preparations1 made for the important passage of tlie Minbe driven to the other side of the other 4efiige than the hills of The E did any plan to delayhiii entrance into VienW BdaWj well that state of exasperaUen in which it might be rwdlved todfcfeud mnttiply I TneDukeofAuersraJt remained before whilst PrineeCharirt Immediately VA ATI tftP riCfllt after be to the t banitdf the and on the The Carro1 acted on jthe fcjid first Egra whicH to dlrefcl General Bellegardes corps towards he turned fiaandthe the ruin of the ecrfpiW On the were at fon On the four Wereat in Carintbia On i7tb Viceroy took enemy lost iboo tilled ind 56 TO RAKERS AND NOTICE is hereby that A of East Division ofthe Bo of Southwark will meet Hall of th in the June Five iad nill then and there be ready to receiVe propo m and to contract and agree with pcrsun or persons to VM tbf tamus for ne for one ag to with good clean oil that lairc and ilsg to keep he sawein re The Moiutevr lowing quarters were on 1 light troops on r term at per being Hie property of the which are ned in repair at the end of Toe will ako then and V io in bt rrt said in mUke contract and agree with any personor persons to rake cleanse the ssH East JearjftoinMitU he knowij by tnjttthe extent of the Ii r s Two lie intelligence pf Sweden ninst I mania for bif to i fhfe Comtnaader tfie vancea attacked of the The The under Lien and BrigadierGeneral Camp their position and havmg turned their left flank by the heightB they abanitoned leaving a gun and some prisoners behind attack was ne cessarily at a late hour in the On klie moved to Ruivaes Awaiting tp see whether theenemy would turn upon or continne his retreat upon Monte Alegre and on the 18th to this I here found that he bad taken a road through tpwiuds by which it would be diffi if not for me to overtake and on wbicfi I had nb means of stopping The eoemy commeuced this as I have informed your by destroying a great proportion of his guns and afterwards destroyed the re mairder of aud a great proportion of his and kept nothing excepting what the soldiers or a few mules could He ias left behind him hiasick and wounded ind the Penafielto MonU Alegre is strewed with the carcases of horses and mnlesand French who were pot to death by the peasantry our advanrtdguard cOultl save This last circumstance is the natural effect of the spe cies of warfare which the enemy have carried on in this TRelr solaiers have plundered nnd murdered the peasantry at their and 1 have seen many persons hanging in the trees by the sides of the executed for no reason lhat I could excepting that they have1 not been friendly to the invasion and usurpation of the Government of their Country and the route of their column ontheir retreat could be traced by jhe smoke the villages to which they set We lave taken about five hundred Upon the whole abont five hundred prido tKeeiiemy has not lost less thab a fonrtb of his ana Bis artillery and since we him upon the your Lordship thatno measure which John Brighthelmston and Chap lan Thomas of iron dealer June ami Jiily at at Mouument David of eatajuid Jane and July ft at he A Messrs nrf London and John of July at at and at the WUHeuf Pradetj Wantage atid rice and baHeft Cadmanj of at and July at at Guildhall uhii Jolm anil John DesotTneauxj f dealers anti and July at at and Paternuster Juhn Baileyrpf dealer and June tmd July at at At Pearceand Henry of and Isaac of mcr Jnoc awl July at at At Gregsou auti AVilliam Henry of and 1 misti ilBnler Stifle and at Cheauside Robert of Northnmberlai dk dealer Juae and July at the Shatspeoie MrWilliam Locdoi i icouldjtake wds omitted to intercept the enemyVretteat that if an army throws away all its and thing can etreilgttttfa aod enable it bract together as a and abandons all those who are entitled but add to its weight and impede it must be able to march roads through whichft can nof be foBbwed with any prospect of overtaken by an arnjy which basnot made the name It is impotsible toaay toomnch of theesertions The weather has been bad Since the 13th the rajnihas been and in this difficult country almost they have persevered in the pursuit to the and have been generally on in morning eolunmy a laudabte irmys reaiguard evening icted themselves remarkably Signed ARTHUR WELLESLEY Xcyal Regiment of Artillery Frjnkli toMLieutenant deceased Bre sslp be1 Franklin oXaptafii Robert BotlglaSto vice Carn First to be Second Cap tain vice Douglas Sccohd LiemWuant Jtfark Evuus to be Bnt rice of Royal Charles obeSubvLjeutenant Asbtonof linendraper 3iWer at StamferdBaron of bmrer r ad BttrtenderJunc Atto i the Strand aad chap Juue nt and July at Edward dealer and cuar at aud July at Gvilc Cowper aud Sbotbttniptoi John of June July at at Jyhn of navy dealer aud and July at at Mr JBald rras Joseph of carver and lealer and June and July at af New MurdockMac dealer and June and July at at treet June John of oil and at at John Leman f at Peter of Saint at at Ann of nt at of mei at at Andrew Hetbcriac on and JohnMackie of at at of at at Williaia er and Thomas Farren of Long t at Peter of and of Trarehoiise at Thomas of at at Abrain Gompcrt f at at John of at at tie ings Arms of Whitt at at Joseph ijn Sarah of Brewir treeU at at luildhatl of at elevens the White Hart Thomas Perry of Hot at at une William of Eirehiu at at Lee oseph at at he Joseph qf at at the Palace lun Harilaud Le Mesarier and Abra lam Du of at at George Packer MCarthy aud Robert of at t the White Lion John Pollard and John of Lav Edwyn and Henry of lujh of bhn Pollard and John of of of dealer n of tephen of insurance of drag Cun ningham and John of Ua Hoare and qf Samysen and Charles of Breyd PARTNERSHIPS Whit of and Rowbottom aud of Sower of and of VVatchorn and Crew and aud of Parkin sonted of linenuianntactu and of LeMandf ofWatling Manchester JBRITISH OF JUNE f Royal Assent wsij gives by Commission to 51 pnb lic and private Among the former were the Loan the Land Tax Martinique the Printers and Publishers Glass Du Justices Irish Militia and SmnggRngPierention Atnong the latter were the Vauxhall Lords Commissioners were tne Arehbishap of the Lord and The Auditors of Public Accounts and the Irish Militia Pay and Clothing Bills were rraH a second and committed fur The Irish Assessed Irish and Bills Were read a thrd time and Adjourned tiil HOUSE OF 3 move for a return of tjw serrins in the bland of The Irish Lift the Duty tic ;

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