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   Day (Newspaper) - June 17, 1809, London, Middlesex                                I Vf I THKATREjyUiir Tilt most respectfully informed MTH is now nudtr in ml aud receiving variety of which have long been lair MTRlSAMlJEi LLPersbris havldg any tijioti are requested to send respective accounts Y I t will inntT awtnofity of the the igib with Vomposed by M T rpw GKAN1 under fivm the at c cjiiiposea iraiiceUall fiirtjie and are prepared for i on Preinfees f the ixeculursy udaii Persons indebted to tfre said Estate are requested opaythe said Executors Jnne ANNES COURT this iti tW Vesliyniori of VVedncsday at V r ijU KB ANT tbi Decrefeof tliteHigH Court L tlie Creditors of JOHN late oftlic Pariah of Saint LeoWwi in fthe are forthwith to come 11 aurl prove theirTOots1 Before JOHN jneof Oie f vi hill DEKE of tfce i Redur of Raglribam Essex a i L JT of Pulham and to the aiMl Bible will begin at II ull fk rMots tic granting AunuHUs and fiii dowmrtil of Thr VoM Noble tht Marqnis TownBhend fii Ijichanl SirMathew and llmry John E1 SK ft FT A H THE following Allofcaiicesvulbenrarleupori 2il I tor life whole ii with his Institution previous ta the 31st injured amounts to and lirtvivu and ainouut ihi M HIIJI sums Bud SOOl j uivii and au allowance of Office ara lower tu idem at slated gei to tvhich their Polities iiiVrtui is I lit0 thr i UO c u Ifbrnonapnear imilc for Eat ran if at Norwich p Ihr Aiuuial ia i n a libiral continue to pay tbe premium and farther particulars ijiay be tli house i where the business oftllr In is uc Sab i i rcrjueste l be July attended be DYERS and be a quantity of tbe real Brazil rich Crimson just imported from Rio nay be had at near the Paul hi D or in they will becxchidiS benefit safe Clerteuwell Juue aud Ganrftorsoftha fioor meet iu tb at tbe Wprk receive tratirncw in and lof tJfbiobiBe Canuidates for of Apothecary tolheJPopr in the ot appointmenit will be by day wiH oJrotnenceiat 19 ud finelyclose at two oclock on tbe sanid or M tbe Order RHODES arid Clerks Tbe appointment willbi LEASE fcr a Term suited to a with Irom the wjtb terms and to T v f 11 1 tiiatV Meat tiie centre1 I Geofge d hours HA R R OWiON T H Ett I L LSmall FREEHOLD and COPYHOLD HOUSES and with immediete neat Dwelling and about au acre aud situate at iuthe comity f f neighbourhood and pleasant houses and gardens are hclHf theWftnor of ami die land iu will give immediate application to the and further particulars f and of Murrell Skfuher CJTROtJD and iS ITNKK The respectfully the COACH will continued By a new set of add will ctjinmeuce ninniug from the Bell Lad on the lythipstant for the continue from the Bell every Saturday at half past two aud from Arms every Kttirrlre aud from the Swan at at ii oclock at Performed by No charge for booking parcels at the Bell Savage real the Dottom of file on the with any YORK arfd LEEDS t w apacions witha and 27 feet Auctioneer or jeiatog exveBent thing SufS IJMtMiKTrJIi taatedrm thfe Cheitenham J SpenccrtJfeyftiHstrerf O be fijt forJtJ ftlflicoin wallcdin on im commodiouH MAN family of the first a valuable and 80 of m ofa in Joeea of tte futtr iriUes frow a Keritj Peardej aiid will set ont from the Golden Charing the Red Barnct dine at Eaton at Gretbain breakFast at arrive in tiy arci coachmfin and the same guard and coachgo Every exertion batf beett and will contiaue to rendertuis the1 best conveyance oiithe Kbrfh BOULTON aiid ertWjtbeforiovfag Carriages tA Wtty ILETj oHbc plale presses with copper a hestae many others to mention r tiVerpool expeditious Post only one night ewpiy i Holjhead and North Wales every WdBirrahigham new Post every thorning at nihe and Qxtord every a newPost and A V sixstall rent of the wjlknbt diate rclU pai ticuJarR inquire aT wrtlhetriipenji wiHbegirjeni H iiaodsornely and fully of two good and otherj remises losed by the Subscribers there ispo reasarcr returning the Subsciiptipiis reSiveel u urli piersouB asliiv paid thesanie i SNAPE i Meeting jdo agree witb tbe that Uib SubscripTTons receiveff tbe jmrJ A ecectiug a Haral Pillar may returned to the 1 t 4 i it be refeired to cjthe f interest which has due upon theSubj p ms in the hands ofthe after1payhig all attending the iii the Artists objtct of it Tlnu it appearing by the Treasurers accounts aoir that tbe in bis bandsj wlih uitorest together with the uf Utntally in4 to carry by the that ibe r ceired by to Uat wMo Kave in liair hamls Hiiy monies iecbiantof tfct for Naval 4b ibVtbwiMi girie pub he they wilt pay ike tame peri twcfvc mouths from thw Wjre any tsianre remaining in rfeirhandsi llbrlttfnjW they are toftanemitW that the together NEW Bytne PURE TRAiNSPAEENT jroauct of woderu dig coTrry Is to asTJlie tbe sameJitoethe most wd refined Soap thathmsevtr been The clearness dclrcacyvanil to tbe absphitriy unequadtd vho iheoi will that it renders the action of Ihe razor snr closer however flexible aud Ikee from i M 14 4m to such I Coaches IT i lesale by Gruvesc forIViiuasi situate oh tlie River aud the Thames ana TO be SOLD by month September iu Three un berecewed Otiiee every day be twVen to the of let not Soldr to be J Eighteen acres andanialf LAMDyUnjlktiix mile from thctowoof t r h fteneral Meetingofthe Thru tbr Bank who the an otrn be i tueui the Treasurrr be rcquratcd 16 write to Con Officcisojf nhipittbo havcpaid mn t of their respective and i kuourio what is tbeirwiafa thosaid Subscrip siiould be Thanks of IbasMeetingrfac given to Royal is the ij is out rf the jurwdicHoa of the fort of as U nreaometr well worthit May b tbf saia Lou betweenjhe ip and atAVoolwicb in the patronage for 61 years fnmn reot of 631 i f and let tit in 5outtiaiptonr So QciSckfiri OOPTWLC Andrttr Snape Lf bnchiensofriiis1 lyiituated for build taion to tlie ohject olTthe Suuscribeisl Tbat tlic Thauksof thit Mtelin be given to the Cora and their attention TUat Meeting adjourn the jitb uiordtr ai that time t of or applied yl pcraauom of or soth the of ted ftuuy dppl styeet and numerous closets7 twostall ifoget Jtuniished COUNTRY four miles West of London bftir of iun frpra the roadj and i ft n iiVtinWilnftiinrnfiirmlTlfdV fTfinnr afamjjj of aiuing and room anJ and if TO rplO rrpm extensive PRE Oftf Jic saiptvill b lit a V General Cjurt 2Mb Jauc ocloclc in net cfiae spu and most desirable Mercantile ligibly in good aud handsomely nfahtJ contains lofty willi a view of six airy two waterclonel drairsble domestic fculd unJert for 42 afa ground rent of be y wlnclvwith further may be had f Peter POSED and GOODWILL of In trhcabove in oue of tteaiost afcgibte situations in tbe tbe rent pd ajeLinadeJiy tbe apactmcuts Ihr though not is modern remises are botb in snbstRnrial and ornamental and wetf ealftflafeSI forfhie tir returns ofwhich The periods of pny giving tbeivicws the y be kuOMi OB appli ltu HOUSEOF JUNE The LORD CHANCELLOR spokeat great hxgtli oa the question of the Rvxborough further couside satibu of which was deferred to Monday The Sale of aod the Strand Bridge Bill wereread the fhrril Uice Upon tlie qiustion for the third reading or ti Jrish Calholic Freeliolcers Qualification Loco KEJKS DALf objected to especially in velVivme tt the uath which ho considered as HUely and treated by the persons to whom it would be is merely a ilevice for electioneering moved that the Bill be read the third time this day three which was agreed FRENCH AND DUTCH COlVJFACT FREEHOLD MARINE ViL near in the county of compact FREEHOLD Biickbailt DAVEL LJIjiG with plea lurcground a detached sta about1 three acres oflaud situate at that HJmjfed and beautiful part of the the village of lailes of late In the occn pfttion qf AdnpralCobby commanding an open extensive tiew of the sea Yarmbuth Haven is considered are iharjcably healthy aud a tnily sporting couatry craudiug tth eitepsive novel picturrfique Ptetnisfesmay be had immediate possession and By applying to At Yarmpulh and of R Ko Old Roynl singularly elegrat RESlDEJiCEfo suuerior style o ia the t pietJtctsrateor as lay pauteJ Parti i mayjje JwJlnf tlie witli suites of domeatic coachUouse aiw off auojatspveu IjinA rb by gravel wd itlniairiaat sruabbery an The whole ia higt aid to accommodate arespect fa eituatlail is aad within iiiiiis the Maji tickets only with pruitct by to HaiT New Bondstreet newlybml t SPOKTlNGLOMi L called the most romantically and happily situati for the banks river sliel skrccu of mountainland iu its and euvi Toned by of acres of rich and mea with a right of Sporting over an tract o intersected by which abound with null and the land with black game particularly suitcc to a the Lodge possesses andis appropriately au tilted places artr brace of with a stream of watn passing through portable and convenience foi Kemovaii with the fiirtherancc of and is in every respeci the most complete box ot its kind particulars maj of Hirry New Noble ano noble and truly capacious Residence and Prbpcrty his Grace the The anf Arcubtsuog of situate South airangement of Mansion is ujioir a grand family pi its for fc fam uutinction aud its suite the situation fashionable am central to tlif Houses of Parliament and ant proximity to the Park and area of itsown grouni is rendered airy ajid The premises exlnbifa estrfwrditiary pije of substantial brick planned judiciously for uniting convenience andjionj Sprlse witliin the sixteen dhambers with distinct secondaiy stone staircasrs two spacious and well proper lofty about 36 by 24 expen sively and sittingroom pu principal story with i graudstoQC staircase leading dining ol cunespondent brcaRfest robrn7and with an Inner awl onterbaH on the ground and tin the basement every description of domestic offices a numerous family competent ai of cellars aud and au excellent with apcess by a subterraneous avenue to a detached kitchen aud the whole forming a superior fesir The tenure is for gd from at the tri vial reitof 33t per To be viewed only by Tickets oetweeil 12 and 5 every day except Sunday with Priceaod may be of New To be with im UE1GHTLY situate with the furniture suited t the ucccnnmoBatiun of it genteel family consistieg of an en and five good ao other i fourstall sttads in a lawn and burwBijreK which is a green There also a fall bear one meadoie of two The nri near the oath Eetef public on aailjioacBesare passing and antf Post Town ol and six from the much and nias the from the East ani by post paid arebek itvearKdetcrmiimble on viewing f White London Mr Exeter f if THIRTEENTH May Durinthe night of the 26th and 27th our bridges on the Danube were carried aiyay by the waters and the haVebeen set not the great lrtn Tadjiy one of thetoicJges has been apd we expect the other will be i rheEmperor spent yesterday on the left the forUacadons which arc raising theidand of and in order to inspect some regiments of the livoli s stationed at this fort of On the at he hronght the agreeable ti Jings of tte army ofltaly at General Lauriston East been sent jn and the junction took place on the A chasseur of the who was proceeding as scout to a detachment of the amy of met a chasseur platoon sent by Ouneral After having ob served each other for ome they discovered that they were and The chasseur of the 20th to Eruck to repair to the and the chasseur of the 9th repaired to to inform him of the approach of the army of During twelve two armies had received no intelligence of each On tlie evening of the General Lauriston was at at the headquarters of the The Viceroy has during the whole a calmness and an extent of observation which are the presages ofa great In the relation of facts which have graced the army of Italy during these last 20 his Majesty has wicli plea sure the destruction of the corps of It was thi Generalt whose insolent proclamation enkindled the fury and sharpened of the Pursued by the of in danger of berag flanked by the of Ge whomthe Dnke of Auerstadt haddispatched by way ran as into a snare upon the van of the of The Archjlnke so short a time in the eicessof his himself by liis letter to the Duke evacuated Gratz the with him hardlySSor of the fine army which he entered eicite rtvohy all bis actions which bear the stamp of turned to his Thepeoplfi of Italy have conducted themselves as the peo would have On tSeretreat of our they accompanied them with their vows aod their and led individuals who had lost their way by byepaths five days march to their army and when any French cr Timlin n prisoners were brought by the enemy into the towns or the inhabitants brought them aifd fhe nights endeavoured to dis guise and assist them in their 7heproclamations and the discourses of the Archduke John only contempt and scorn and it would be dif ficult to describe tlicjoy of die people of the and of the when they saw the army of the enemy flying in and the army of Sovereign and the country returning in When the papers were examined which belonged to the in tendant of the Austrian was head both of the Government and the and which were taken at in four the proof of the love which the peo ple of Italy bear the Emperor was then Every body refused die places offered them no one was serve Austria and among seven millions of who pose the population of the die enemy could not find more than three wretches whocUd not repel The regiments who had distinguished diemselves in and who had emulated in the campaign in Catalonia the most ancient French covered themselves with glory in every The people of Italy aremarching with rapid strides to the last period of happy That beautiful part of the to whirh are attached so many great and illustrious oil which the Court of that swarm of andits own had is ap pearing wjth honour again on the theatre of All the details which reach us of theAustrian army that on the 21st aiid 22d its loss was The choice have The good folks of Vienna thatthe manoravres of General Danube saved the Aus trian TheTyroVandtheVoralberg are completely Carniolaj Styriai the territory of Upper and Lower are pacified and disarmed that city French and ItaDans suffered so many has been One circumstance in the capture of Trieste has been most agreeable to the Emperor the delivery of the Ithad received or ders to fit out for but detained by it remained in the power of the The junction of the army of Dalraatia willsoon take The Duke of Ragusa began his march as soon as he beard that the army of Italy was ou It hoped that It will arrive at Laybach before the 5th of The robber who and with the titleof General in the service of after having pros tituted the name of the King of as the satellites of of England prostitute that of Ferdinand at has been pursued and chased into an island of tie 1 The King of independently of of Eis own had a Dutch division and a French and the Duke of Valnvy has already united at Hasan two di visions of the corps of by Gene Rivatid and sod composed of the and VsufielaridV The pacification of SwabiasCB free the corps of vation of General which is collected at Angs and where are more than 3000 The rage of the Princes of the House of Lorraine against Vienna may be painted with one The capital is fed by 40 raised on the left bank of the They have ronored and destroyed FOURTEENTH June The bridges npon the Danube are completely ed to these Toxte bca added i faying bridge and all   

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