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Day (Newspaper) - June 10, 1809, London, Middlesex J i PUKLfSHED EVERViWRttttf T SIX OCLO t f PRICE ie informed ln til wiirh I lie Drurylan Company have iLi expiry Saturday the after Monday in lhai New D id may be affixed throughout the tin1 Prbpritois to the va been U Btloril the to the Public within the facilities uf egress 1 ly Authority of the LORD WILL OPEN for the Summer COMIC aud uf which will be duly Lobby will be opened to ol Boxes ami exclusively to dress Corn BATTLE of tlie DA prK Iliiins lit positions of the AUSTRIAN iKMIE5 in tin EnfQiemcuU of Mav2l in WEEKLY IESBEV JaiC 11 the fiillcst par VICTOKY ObtiJiiVirovcr thp x jen lie necessaryto give Qriiers Bilis to prevent landtd ti cargo tifCttin Jivtly K irnni to iny highest p or io any part of i Si K KEY SOLD I a largisue FAMILY with vi wallid coaph live large Kadidlerooins i 01 will li and may be entered iipbii TAVERN the bpt in AnyTorsouVlio can it a furtbcr tu Pal Kewgate 1 i T tc and entered at an cxrrlliut FAMILY ill i witli pod domestic most delight tlie lnst part of unequa leJ of the Surrey Hills and 1ttvtr jr fiillc1 and Tickets to apply to M H ni Spring 1l be 1 mar forthrCc or not 1 a FURNISHED con ilrrrn of which are vrith niry iiui ilrasantly par uiar inquinof New Linle sui Li ici sur Also a Cottage COD To be LLT on sixteen years ami a half of which i in at a geuteel con iiitM hult ttvu d The front is Open to the a pliasing The rent is per cnuum tixos The which are riails 01 to iaVii a fair valuation CAPITAL and nplii miiis lUst of be for a pacious elegant repfcte with v ry excellent MaeVeA and pleasure with and stabling for a 6f most ijfilinuMi and aiftorigst the first of 11 theviciuity of The Muofiibti may be hail iili or without ahy quantity of uiii Isrkiis may be f Mr lui u li li li and gxueial U irework UAS CATO and Holborn opposite Andiews Ghurchi respectfully Nuinlity aitd that they hare a of Meatsates and i i to keep j and all other The Wire ad iiiis u in c i uiaikiii of dy which dressed or un il may kept twice the time asin any otler pjtiirns light for sir Imprortcl or port i rttrublc to wood for nppfar rtalile and to any NEW rl1 carry tmlv Four out from the 1 v and at through Ashby die la T i Hnrton njon and to wlirre it nrriTcs fbduiiier the second Coach calUd LlVlJrl through u ami at as sets out at tuo i CheJieuhamjGloujcestert and Milftinl MAIL Cu EveuiBg Sundays at ThcHOLYHEAD and Errnins at General at bBiulays nt Thr HO LV H IJ POST COACH by tad Capel every Momiiitr at except By GEORGE BODLTON and Ai FiRNiTCRE COTTONS Ws Comer of GRfeAT AS great satisfaction in an iiuunrr to tlie and he incuiTuig considerable in the employ and local TOWPTPR1KTED fivJ and immovfablr for their are peculiarly adapted jo as it coinbiuei every of Jtbx most exquisite dtjigiis and Pa and Asiatic of Tjrirty of rich Damask Printed in Blue Celeste and 1 aud col for aud Dining liiakfast witb corrcspoudiuj fur Chuir to match aud extensjye f I fctls the KIs awl vrrv luWTirioe be is as a Proprieipf Ji tkaiWtrtmjfetf it to been amtitiofi to iirtit f A supply of Patterns frtrtri Wednesday at bU p WITH GUARD ANO and Isle of Wight from the Bull am Bull and Hope Charing oy ponte Mews Hatters Sliep Gr4qecTinrch and White Lion Lon lo the Quebeck and By and H HAYMAN B By tHese Coactics Places are secured to Ryde am iu the of Wight Paw aboyeth of tkcepuBtoi or paKlfor an A who is well to choice tui Uut t engage with a respectable Hottse as Supercargo j he ha no to hike aShare in and adVincv a crttiiiijt if and fclso pive refeVetfeei t Houses thefirst a OF THE OF THE CftOVortN THE Comrqittee wTTL their Meeting jbf held Micliaels on ijbc IDliiuf f fur the bank uf the at n CHAKE piijicr of four for shipping and other order of the Clerk of the Canal Company ID pkirsuance ot the enirmiand of his Imperial Highness the the follyvying pre liruiiiary Report of the victory obtutnwl the 2m and of SlaywaS issued on the the headquarters BreitenW Oij igth the Na passed arm of the the whole of the infantry on both sides being en while 200 pieces of cannon played in op position Aspern and with the whole were frequently taken and and riuallv fell into our These vilTages were and uivjht at last put anend to the Duringthe night the Archduke Charles sent burning boats bridges on the hut the action renewedby to which he had the enemy on the following CHICK he Played in LORDS CRICKET on June nndlhe fojlovriuj twechEignt Gentlemen of tin fttfarylebone with and against of ul for a The to pitched at Elfecu Wells Hanimoad Walker Stnall Bennct F Bcauclerk High Beldam Lambert Howard Hardiu Rajr Frcenjantle An alteration having taken place in the Laws of CricVet he new Ijinv to be hn of Admittance Six No Dogs am ti will hold loo Persons ORAN N U1TIES uN Payjag the parisi JL of will meet in the on the l4th Say of June a five oclock in the afternoon to from dny persons who may be willing to advance a sum o nut exceeding at inteiest on Bondi or As signments of the Rates atid Assessrnenls to he made tht InhaLitams of aad or in the purcbano of Annuities during the Livcc uf or their being of the age of 45 years or such Annuities not to exceed the rait per to be secured and payable out of tlie said Rates and By order of the said JOHN This it in price AN ELEMEWPARY TRfeATIfiE on jtomprising the most hnportaiit facts of the with Tables uf on n new Plan to which an giving as rtnl of Jthe latest CHARLES SYi This Day are in crown price SPECIMENS of ENGLISH DRAMATIC who lived about the time of with By CHARLES for Long Hurstf and We arc very grateful to bringing fo light these long neglected treasures of the English drama whichare only by the them with reference to marryinteresting points uf literary his but by tlmr intrinsic their general fidelity to and the uncommou bcanty which oftendistiu MALKINS iu twovote price in the Second Edition nith considerable and two Engravines tAftdieer and of SflE SCENERTr and L SODTH From mate rials collected during two excnisions the year By A Printed for Pateinos MalKri displays a mastery of and is an we have no hesitation m assieniiig him a place clSss of is one ofAe satisfactory countsof a tonr through Sooth that has yet ap A few Copies may be bad in one large 18 SSI in Of wlram ajso may le bythe same A Fathers Memoirs ehtld Id royal illnstrated with This in 3 price A SELECTION of CURIOUS ARTICLES from contain ing Historical and An cient andTrtodern Philosophy and Natural Letters to and From eroiuent incjud extraordinary nkeful Piojects and for id MnuOay Extract ofa letter from he Histo to dated FeJl 1 am1 tempted to embrace this iportumty of gating to joa the idea of a which must bcsnTely well received by the series Gentlemans of more threescoDC yean now contaipf agreatrnnmbcr of nuscellancons articles they arc at present buried in a heapof tenporary ruoliinh hutif pruferlj they might revive to gnait adVantoge in publication of a moderate drawn all reinforcements of his povperful al He Lis maiu body on the whence the second passage over aiitl Tils further offensive disposf to be His Imperial Highness resolved to advance AVitlr his army to meet the and not to oBstmct his but toattack him alter he had reached the and thus to defeat the dbject of his intended ThisdeterminatHin excited throughon t the wholejarmy the highest Animated morning with It commenced genrral throughout the whole and was main with still greater fiticenesu than on by all the feelings of the loyal atUlchruent to their every man became la and the sinoakino scenes desolatiou which mark the track of the enemy in his through had inflamed them with a just desire of vengeauce With joyful with the a thousand times of Lice our good and with victory in their our at noon on the proceeded on ward to meet the reciprocal attack of ad vancing andsooii after three oclock die battle The Emperor in directed the movements of his arid endeavoured to break fhVongh dur centre with tjie whole of Uiut vast body of horse he had sup his cavalry ported by his and 100 pieces of 3EJis wings rested on Asperu and to the strengthening of rite resourcesof nature and of art had far as was He was not able to penetrate the compact mass battalions and every where his cavalry shewed their while our cuirassiers unhorsedhisartnourequipi and our light horse carried death into his It a gigantic is scarcecapable of The battle with theinfantry became irnmedi aiety More than 200 pieces of cannou exhibited ou tlie opposite sides a rivalry iu the of rAspern was times and again after repeated could not At eleven at night the villages were in audweremained masters ot the jfijtld of The enemy was up in a with the island of Lpbatr an3 the Danube in hii Night had put atiecjjl Cg the Meanwhile floated down the which the tuemv liad thrown the of the The conveyed over during the eintmrka ail the disposable troops ulijcli he had in on the Upper made every effort for theVeconstructionVfins great and jn with a From of his ntillerjj immediately arter which the Action ex eiided along tlie whoJe of the linei Untfl the eveningeieVy attack wais Tiie otthe enemy was then coin Jelled to the herdisni of 6ur and THE MOST crowned the ef orts an whlchin the French Procla declared tobe and re resented as annihilated by the mere idea of Ihe nyiueibility of The loss of the enemy has been immense the tield of battle is covered wjth dead among we hate already pickefl up 6000 wounde3r and removed to our When the French could no longer maintain hemselves in the brave Hessians were obliged to make alast and weTe sa At the departure of the Emperor STapoleon was in full retreat to the other bide of he covering his retreat by the posses ion of the large island of Our army s still close The more particular of this memorable lay shall be made knowft as soon as they are theFrench General and Fonlet First Gnetmberlainto the Etopress Ue Wurtemburgh Genera who was made second battalion of he yienua FEOM THE BAMBUHon MAY Our Gazette contains the following intel Official theAustrian hetid af sangpi battle on 21st and 22a of his month hetween the French and Aus trian army the Archduke near Aapeju a and a njfr irom opposite to Island of in Consequence which French tad retiredAcross the first arm of the tained the preceding Attack iu a cijjitesl which lustwl until the Thi troops of HesseDarmstadt were engaged to xvarcls the end of die The large island of which the enemy had taken possessipn protected the relreat of His Imperial Highness the Generalissimo ex posed himself to tlie greatest the Gene ral of Prince of particu larly hmiselll Nine our Generals are and a of our istaff Officers are killed or MAY report of a most severe is confirmed by farther It was fought on the 21st and near Euzjl between the villages of Aspern and Eslio the latter of which belongs to the Tvnnily ot Count situated leagu and a hutf to the southeast of BKiTlSH IIOlSH JUNK Counsel Was heard finally in the CHUM of Franks when judgment was till Tin Ptiee Share with some was brought Com ihe ami read the trst Tlic British and Irisli Intercourse the Colo nial the Warehousing and the Military Commissioners thruugti a Committee of the whole and veyorttd without any The second reading of the Insolvent Debtors and of the Bankrupt Laws Auieudmtuls Bill was postponed to a future The Report of the Committee on the Sale of Office Prevention Bill was presented anJ agreed to HOUSE OF JUNE The Consolidated Tumis Bill went tlirorRh a and the ieyort was ordered to he ro t ived AMessage tioiivtliv Lorils nrrpiaintcd tie that tlicjr LunJMiijis hail n freed to ihe Scutch Militia the the Excise Irish Spirits and the fhe Bffl prtveuting malif tons and wanton Cru elty to A was sent from the renrf a first nnd ordered tu hirfad a serund time The Scotch Judicature Bill was read a second aud to be poniniitted on SIM ROM gavr notice that on he would move for of the afipoiuluients of Masters in Rill went through a oTilcretl to br On the mo GOTTENBCRGH An officisl appeared here respect Dg thebpttle fotfgbLibn and and contains fol ness the Prince of Wales N A Xiand idrow Sui reater prt pftbt trtop crossed the they pawed thei opposite the ene of theCunin tow tiie Maritiun Sftattai of the f at Saota Sontb d by Buhner and for to his comtnejicedielween three TJrejIeneriiy toot a wibgS Alpern d Erfingepy which villages were strongly i i i Our infenbyirepelled the charges of the ene mys thebattle became MAT M e have this moment received that the Russnans broken tiie and huve taken the towu of Torneo anc 700 men who garrisoned They are said to have required that the Queen shall be appointed Regent during minority of her son that Finland shall be ceded and that the Swedish ports shall be against Eng Tlie whple propositions havingbeen re jected is the cause of tbe recommencement of MAT We liave a report that Russians are forcing their way into the ice being still enough in the Gulf of Bothnia for the passage of hravy The official account of the Russians having entered Torneo arrived this Gazette of the 15th contains pf tire after recapi tuiatjng the distresses and calamities inflicted tneconntry br terminates with tbefolitwing tia as hitherto our King and Lorrf of has fcr peited the Citmn of and that not only hut horn and are hereby for over excluded from tiie Throne aud Government of Stc Siloed 6y the Slay MAY Two Couriers who lately arrived here from the northern army have brought dispatches from the in by which it appears that the Russians recommenced hosti lities as early as the 15th but that tlie vi gorous medsn res tf defence already adopted both sea and and still to be will be sufficient to repel any attempt of invasion to Le made by the STATE FKOM THK PETERsntTRGHcOlRT C M AT After so many successes the Russian army in it was natural to expect change to The circulatedqf negp eiatioils re presented event as very but the recent occurrences at Stockholm have placed an important in At the same time when the of in conse quence of tire exhausted state of ancl the decisive movements of our seemed likely soon to be a revolution took place in that The King was removed from the and his Suder mnnia declared himself Regent of the An assembly of the States was appointed for the 1st of the mean time the troops which composed the Norwegian army approached Stockholm by their own and in part entered that The pfetexf assigned for tion ot Sir JOH the further consideration the Bill postponed to Uiis Jay three munjlhs third rrcadiug of the Irish Re venue Sir Jons JRWtmT objrcted to tlif for granting indemnity to Officers who hail luren guilty uf corrupt practices iu tutrcofltcrtotTDf the and said he the sense of the should stauH of tlir Bill After some observations from Hr the Chnncel Qia and wlio defcndfi the clause aud Sir Samuel Ko Mi BahiiuftoOr and who objected to House diviilff1 Foi tiie 41 Agauut 47 agninst tut clatuip thr teeper of the sturftt in flydcfark aprisou who li ad ever tcneii in ht shotild next person was not rfuiwedin thebitctim fiom bs make a motion for triat pmpose FREIGHT OF ZASTIXDIA after some observations on the ex treme hardships to which riierchaiits rcsining iu who had poyds to tend to this were exposed ly tlTecxorjgtaut ratis of freight charged by xjmpanyj bciug one as Ue it n i for iner nirtess than 44L per minetl tlmt a Ccipy ofaMemarial fruni the JMrrctoisOf tle Cciu pany to the Ijnrds ot the dated the of oiid laidbefore the House iu Lc re he should not ohirct fo the motion bnt notcoticeive what was niiject of the Gentlemau in bringing it At this iatr pciiofl of Tt woulcfbe oisiblt to hr f papers atrf fifldnpiTn table time lo have iiiy iscnssron that at the period to whh Mover had paid rant per ton for tlicir own and llmgli tlie it was ihcy tliemseffcs defended tbe conduct of of and niaintained that on all occifivotS rbiv liinl evinced tin1 utmost readiness to attend toMhe interests ot the uitn After a few observations frijni the Robert Pttrr and lie papers uiuveil for by the on a fmmer night and were ordered to be laid before The Gentleman then for certain other pa crs rrlaiivc to the oalh token by the DiiTCtoir of the nilia and tlie Bye Laws fur its in to found charge ajaiiist the ior having carried on a piixufe contrary regnlatiotis sptcitied iu the said oath aatt e This million was objected to by the Duudas and Peter after a few ri marks rom JENKINJOS brought up a copy of the warrant ap Cotiunissioners for inquiring into the Aiimi nislraTion of Justice in BILL OF all these movements tvas general discontent at a wliich had involved the in a war disproportionate to its One of the first acts of the new Gbvernrrierit to make to Russia for negociatiotts for in the mean time soliciting armistice for in determinate Neither of these propositions quklbe to it was impossible to treat with a whicbs according to all had not yet acquired sufficient and was still under the influence of the which bad thrown off its obe la like manner no armistice could be granted or to restrain the Russian arins in their victo rious successful without a inn expectation and without principles which with xrreljed have been a proceeding only to the new ad nterimr have been reptrgnant to the true object of and the restoration of a Stable Order of things in In consequence ofthese orders were the troops opera lous with and to the proposals or and ao an answer was re of but Theprjniipai tasis of a mostbe as country not only jyiusi jiolitioil and civil regulations united to thr Russian English from all the Swedish The in the FOR SEATS IN On the motion of the report of he Coinmittee on this Bill was brought and akeniftto further The the EXCHLQUKE hat the Bilt be for tfie uipose of ulteiing and amending thelirst Tire House having resolved CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER proposed as an that after the words specify ing penalty otter or promise made itrorder1 to procure a scat that jbl lowing words be that for the said of fence the said Member shall be from retaining1 a seat in Parliament for such town or borough he might have been returned BAXKES opposed this as not sufficiently exfensivein its and moved thatthe word such Be left iu orxitv that any person guilty of the said be rendered of holding a scat in Pailia tneiit for any pUce On1 this a conversBtionof consi derable when the favour of the Majority against as The original amendment was tiieu put and and the House having the ru port was np and tigreed Several amendments made in ttoe were then read and agreed On the cluuse added to the Bill by the Chan cellorofthe to disable persons to sit in who had procured their seats by anv express promise of being Lord MILTON rose to oppose and objected to the inclusion of the word which lie contended would completely defeat the objects of the He would rattier the clause was wholly omitted than that thiswortkslKJaItrbe in serted aiid moved thatether the press should be erased the or that the clause should be The CHANCELLOR of the ExcHEQura ported tbe as did the
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