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Day (Newspaper) - June 12, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EERY MORNING SIX JUNE PRICE UOCK Gfiiera Court of Proprietors for the Election of and i i coiiRiiiriiig and determining nou cer in of the and iepilatious set ot illlcinfiit the and in tlie was unauiinoiuly elected is to be medc ip some of the baring been aud That such and the thaiiksof the Court voted to for his out fur his uniform attention the Court was adjourned day of June nhereby that a Special General will br on the 23dday tlie house of the i in theCity of s lulling or the rctiolu Cuuit held this i uf the JOHN iu to the Commercial Dock Ie taken at half pajt one oclock KD t a sinull FltEE I i near tlie or cue i i drywaie L if with a yard the1 inied to dry in iiJl mcutioning eituatioo and V i is Russell and to LET7 uins oii tbe contauiing two i two best thnc I garden two two drawing i il ruir of Legg and A 11 i RESI ar the ii SO I i vrrJrfiraule anjj conTeniqjit I ilLSI liKN clhjiuly cnn Wellproportioneddraw and briaf five bctfJ paved withaticlu f u ami eulyj of iTTL ni51 a DWEL in tbr nlUjc of iidaplfd jrenteel family j ii a hrcAfost ijiir five detached i v with aboat oil acrt of inclosed j The trxtures to bebadat u n uftilfiice and fccjt i it to and from i half a mile ofthefiver if by IctUTjposf in Inn or BRITISH HOUSE OF JUNE The Roys AssMjol by Commission was given to several arobug which were tlie Irish Loan and Treasury the Lottery the Excise Provision the Local MiUtittPay the Customs Regu tlie Militia Jintges County Irish Spirit Purfleet Ordnance of Loan Irish wAssesseil and Scotch Militia Local Militia tire London Wet the Surrey Iron and the Westminster WaterWorks The Commissioners were the the Duke of and Lord In an Appeal from the Court of Widow rersns Hollist and Wctherall were Juaixl for the when tie further hearine was deferred The lusolveiit Shares the Auction BlackfriarsSunday Tolls were read the second and com united for The Vote of Credit and IrtehBotr Bills were passed aCoriiihittee of the whole and reported The Committee on the Ship Owners Bill was postpon ed till tlie IrishGlebe and tbe BritishBud Spirits Importation were read the third In the Franks Versus the judgs meht of tlie Coiift uu the Alujiou of ihe Lord was HOUSE OP COMM JUNE The 9teuctfi baring Warned fruin the House of eorSv whorehe attended to IwaMue Royal Assent given tovarious lour Report if the Report of thu CunadkUittJ FundBill was brought and agreed and gnktted io te jcad a third time on The Report of the ffeelidids Bill mj aadSgvefed amlbrdefeffft 8e read a third H be Pteyed in IUCKKT Jcutlvincn ot the nuJ Bfntfeyi against Elevin of all One Thousand tumtiiS s TbeWickcU at Elrvcn auclak bnving takcu jilacc in the Laws of Cricket be of Adiniiitaiice r No Cricket and A to wiliioW 1OQ liaminond Walker Btnnet Roblnssn Hardin Ray and 1 and Expedirious POST unit fixm luGulden cwry 11 ni halfpjst fixc breakfast artlie Red n ni dine al the Eaton eup at he llfd ao4 nnire in ly widYirrlTby n amithe same f Errty eacrtftm has becii r niMi in bt to rtttider tlus c tin by and CO Y CuUcn set i rmny tpy Post one night f inuruiiij 3t and North every ereuiogv aad Post every miuning aX and Oxford everv i Post andSatordayi illnl KtA CneMen every i and enly Day miTiiiii at m Isle of Wight Glnches 1ittlr Do II TOLLS TO BE is hereby that T 1 appointed under aud by of aB cl in iii ut year of the of bis present Majesty An in Itepair ihc Road Icndrnf frotn Paddragton on the in tbv County of JWaiesoc wJU ut tlie Hunsc known by the siju of the iu the parish the 24th day of Jimr jot ekvcn odpckiu 1 tnrenoOT to Let the apajng under i Tiriue of the the Gates now fixed on aiil at and ajt tot one i commence from and e jaid declared made known jthat liivi prudnced fur the year commencing the 25tk4ay of M and ending the 25th ii itunof after deducting essences of fims the at which said stun ojf 514l Uj Tullt will be put Tim persons coutractyig for will be reqn to tinil suificient security fat the of hi AU Act is now about pass for making from Rirlunaiisworth to is win Kenfrrasc the Tolls the above The Tftistws will take f the expediency of rescinJuig tie ciitrrud into at a meeting boldeu IJtb illy of Ko on an application of wr illeritivjBB in the near bis at Soil Clerk to the The African CofiJM BUI and cemt July at William to siir render AjJarB and latc Soli and fcondon i Gtjrge Dealer anil ebapmaii JMnc and Jufy at tlieBusb and Edward Ailea 0f nary con dealers aut And July the Bosh Price and London aud Mr StrieUandiJT Robert nev coaWeakideainr June and July at at Ayprnief John of North stationer rlmppinn andJuly at Attor and Old TlronrasTlAsblV of Saltersballcpurj JttkT al Mrr pjwnnans v of West dealer and Jjme at and at at At Job Q of Great June July at twqjTCj at John Fore x Wiilttrn Mftthtl of deafer t July ii UnildhaHj shv jobber Junciav ftt Emcqta We Coj LancQltfi Bit tl 1 11 H Juuc RrnruTriHrm London JUid Jolji of ayj John and Joseph Prts at and Chartea at at of ait at 1 moneyiorlvener at at Crown and Jolm of Artbor r of of rf eV ojf ph Francis Veuanlt tie of Pbft John W George Johil of commission and of Bull Edward Mau 9f and Wtfliam Har roldjof Jones and William Slonc bridf pfCoif Tripp YVillian Wesley brown JoTin Richard and VVUKjau of of and Thomas of Hciiry Stsadea and William of George Ktni BoVdler ainl 4tf York shire and beth Coxind of clothiers Edmund John George and Daniel ol A letter from dated the 9th Ja that a during at the of a ban bud jnade bourhood of A considerable detachment of troobs was sent against them i bat Padmanadoo retired j findf a jof tirae greatly our people by sudden irrup the plains with a few ioft bis he a descent 6a the frontiers of the jitvitn a carrj pfl his rgtrent was Tjy body of and battle en sued tnany of faispedple Were and he wounded It 4s hoped tbiMi the fidl of th toid tothe dispersion of the retnainderoJF xhis has lateTy found it to a of poJes in preference to elephajjtsian advantige oWcohtract in been ttajah ofJutch furnislT Prince Viceroy praises General di rected every thing under his orders General Du who first entered the enemys tlie Chief of Battalion who was wounded and Gerin of the The grenadiers and voltigeurs of the 1st of the of the and 102 particularly distinguished On tlie same and immediately after the taking of th of Prince Vicerqy marchec upon where a new victory crowned th of the The enemy was posted on th other side of the narrow and deep through which the Schletza occupying with tive regi menta of tbe line and several battalions of a double line of redoubts raised one above ano and furnished wifli pieces o capoojoi In his rear was seen a nnraerous ca These corps were commanded by the Generals Guidari find Our advanced supported bytlfe brigade Abbe and attacked the and the tne left of the Thi division whioh yet received its artillery was not restrained lire of the enemys bat teriesi to vrliicliTt Only answered by sounding die and oVefdirowing with the bayonet ever thirig wTiicnU itobd before The enemy fl ecf j i the tHe advanced rendered the rout He left battle a nnmber of dead j 3000 an mbsfr amo prospect intiilfifh specular hts an4 traders in vernment in obstacle wlricKcah impde ianf with treasure the a mjirtary carrying wfio the Qneof Sa re pu tarion lias a Y vince T i The in infoi the Minister at War of progress ratons of of the passage of t natnai BoSt Ifcflia Cojrj the rearguard the coiiti was 1 v cjyafliandw by General shew but was soon defeated and 450pfistners ampng Officers the Staffi epejay bridges the ISut ibis obstacle JHe TBad fortified himself at the foot of onv cppunt vere of and without Ipeing a single man through the appointejl VOTej with carried that fown Tbe fort of MaliiorghfttU wa cgHnonaded on from fire in the mormngnnfil half the assaljlt one ur all the palisades were attacked andjcar ried at Jidrsued anddriven with great He left 300 oaen deaden and were made Two fire pieces of one of and 3 of were The capture jjf this which was called theAsopo of cost us only then io killedand vroundedr Thesinajl number v of our wounded is tolje totberapidity with which oar nuhed Tbe irj8 vacee witlf Hfirte TJSRalioris anxl two pi cafljnon into tlfe to at in the whiai G t X heen informed or this att Oil J d In a quarter of an hour the Tort waacaK Jf T 1 within tjiepalissadespui Of 4p3jT of only two of oafinou J w the army from v A arnTed at On the and it entered Kjeisach right of thie by General consisting of the dtv 4 of L It Jsonzq on 15tb took a Bleven pieces of two anji sever carHages fqr were ajt On 17tlj the diyisipn of Brogssier forced the before anfi retire precipitatejy The which by the roads or Puilvel and every where defeated the in the and made 400 among whom were one colonel and and took one of On the Geneial Schill entered and njade ou his march 4 and 500 pri On the General Broussie ufm rooned the forts of capitulated r 2000 men laid down their arms 15 pieces pi and considerable magazines of provisions and were On the the forts Laybach recop and closely Mac donald appointed General Lawargue to the at tack of and General Brqussier to that ol the cavalry waa disposed in such a manner asto cut off the retreat of the On the same day in these which have cost enormous sums to offered to The General Giuiai and on for made their escape with some hundreds of One three of and 4000 merrlaiddown theSr There were found in the and in the intrenched 65 pieces of four YQOO and considerable When the army of the war informed that the remains of tbe corpi of escaped from the army of had Been joined at Rotenmairh bydifitrent battalions1 from thfe in andforming a corps of 7 or tfOOO anrTwere on their The division of Serras received orders to maltefcrced ruirchea to arrive before him at the branchingoff 6f the On the at nine iff the the j advanced guard met with the who dej bouched by thejroajl of Theenemy in the advantageous position of Mi chael with his and supported by steep jiis left on the and hLs centre occupying a raised plain of difficult Serras was chargedwith the attack of the a brigade of liis division and a brigade of the division of com manded by had in the rear of his line the 9th and 6th commanded by Colonels Triare ami De la Aidesdecamp of the General Dunette was with the rest cf his divi About two the attack commenced alotio the whole line the enemy wrre every way re flated the plain was and cavalry completed the Eight hundred Austrians remained on the field of 1JQO arid among are 70 were pri pieces of cannon and one standard were General the other and CO fled at iuT General at six in the evcninotiiterhl fjl VV1 where 600 Nearly the same number made their escape into the motinUinvafterhnvingthrownaway their Thns all that remaineiJ of tlie of destroyed The Pritjce Viceroy highly behayittur of the Generals Lieute nant ofthe withfftiirherse pri Oo to nted your re to df to the df IWWfeergkelto airi of tte ar Pe vald and to You r ha3 not passel pieois of to sj the could impadejwir of gave the tlu massacres nt f fell Tsentath have exeaiVed speedy justice tlwsetffeattaedfenjaiin which had the grand tbisAustnan army of which mo ment bad polluted my provinces by its Vhich pretended to break my iron an tbajjUs to shall bean example bfrliercrruth of tbe God given it to woe to touches 4 Ey the The Prince of MajyrGciicval of tbe May has received a preliminary report of his Excellency that with the troops under his command he at MskedsStralsund onthe31 si ancTrendered himself master bf that aftera severe con troops pene trateainfcxihat city by a which was de fended twenty pieces of und the ac tion was continued in the where the troops 1bughtrnan to According to the Generals the conflict must have been of the most obstinate and most sanguinary Schill is and his troops are tKrown into confusion onethird of bis corps is We have also lost some brave and among others Gratien promises a mpr6 of this in which he says our troops have covered themselves with Amsterdam Gazette June 7 JUXE lately Deceived from the army of the Duke of Ragusa that the Duke marched from Kuin on defeated several detachments of Austrian teft banks of the arrived with the body of Sis army on the 5th miles Tom and was readyto put himself inmo in order to join They write from Castello that the tench have retreated tjrorn by of Brozasand Anrajo de Puercoi
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