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   Day (Newspaper) - June 19, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PIULISHCD V AT SIX PRICESIX PK MI f THE OPERA that il txriiMiv and improre the LYCKUM the it i oniiiwiicc before ucxtTHURSDAY tor the first an en romposed by GUAND under f from the Opera at cuiiijmsed by to flic entrances spurinns new Saloon and tliiiffptiuii of the for i of at the the t of Directors of the London hereby give that Ihi litsaid Company will be shut onSA 4ti aud opened again oij r p N ii i iv General Meeting of the liiiil it the oa the J at six nek in the oA lo declare the Office of Ehysiciart i vacant b the rcsiguatiou of Dr Midi regulations be deemed fit rsix ttini the election of a Successor to him in in EARL of President and GOVERNORS of AX D u having announced his ii nsijiiine the OnVe of Physician to I beg leave U ofler myself to as a Candidate for the appointment j and i HI us to obtaiu the situation for the honour of your votes and ion shall be wanting OB my part of this very important in I liave tin honour to My aud Your most obedient BliNJAMIN June LICASS Creditors who have proved their Debts this may receive a Second Di hy avilyin iu i any Tuesday or Thuw h iwicn tinhours of one and four 11BI 1C SpauUh MCI chant offers for Sale a quantity and PORT and it I luieotthr estates of his own family rwi In 1iontcra Douro he is enabled to well worthy the notice of pu to be made to Samuel Cor n iu it Tan I Bile UK A i Lniildiug this Bridge having ysl notice of the oijginalfeoprietirs fn TriH be krid LiujdoQ day of ji i kin the afternoon precisely which km Siiliscrilxrsfan be uith them the receipts for the deposits Ii Ckik will atteoilat Bakers CoffcejhouseyChanffe iTi i y day until the meeting Sundays exccpted from nil one fur the of giving any to order of the JULIUS and those Gentlemen who may havepnr Vats or ony part of the at the prevloni iW at which time Ruffint agency I I In i will transmit to them on account of arti s su as the whole of the remaiader ofthe be SuJd by under the direction of Mi and S arc Juuc Mil tu ULC11A1OND respectfully begs leave n turn tits grateful the recfindfrom his numerous Friends sinci his removal to Coopers and of twenty years and upwards in that bring the first who commenced as m all it him a coqtinu au r u Llmsc favours be has hitherto so liberally cxpe miics iu all parts of the kingdom iiu or iiispuhtul of by Public or Private mini instriiried in the Brewing of London ivi Brer purchased foj home consumption or and xnirtnissious in every article appertaining tbeitto cxtruied uu the most moderate Juut BEAVER and WATERPROOF IIA TREMA1N nnd I mi ni tlie they having disposed of their a now carry on their business solely at opposite Christ suic of where they Gcutlemeus best Bearers Hats na finished in the first style of duty and liox equal to those in charged ts to public and Livery withLadies and Wrens of every description and newest on A variety kept finished ready dnly attended Mil nliru packing cases are must ra very eligible inon the Hirer aid theThames aod by timein tuin uih of September in Three Kv disposed of by Private and if to Let by Tender from f arivs ail of ycry valuable FRBfeUpLD laudtax abont a the town of in the pajisji ofiDen mpertuiadvontagei for the construction haviug frontage Jo aal also to the Thames and it is rxptcted wilj be completed at au early period is nut of the jiirUaictJoa of the inJ as mnwd welf worth MaV be hy applying to at the Lorf JW at a plan of the ailotaj partirulawtapplv at the aal1 5 or ofjjiv plans of w and wtirw Tended the Uuu uwy U lefL SALES BY CQNTKACTI A Useful Yearsoldi fourteen bauds three inches Very quiet to goes and warranted sire trouble the lowest price 35 at Bow n be by the or tie large spacioo SHARES in the Graud Grand Sur anil Thames arid Medway Canals r tW West Middlesex aud Kent and the Earie and Atlas Particulars apply to anil cat riital Freehold jand PARtf of about soo well aid eUgjUyBttoated within a distanced34 miles from or witbi out other nearly apply to Messrs Neeld aid witb a noble feet 30 feet wide aad27 fed suitable toe or an bitiunjjor with would inake ao excellent a thing touch Si tuated in the nigh street and most fashionable part of the letters to Cheltenham FREEHOLD MANSION 106 to 170 acres of Meadow Landi witbiirio of situated in a peculiarly and embracing allthe requisites for family of possession may be and Plaas otberpnttciricn by ap plying at Key VICINITYof Epping nine from very compact and convenient with suitable excellent aud 16 acres of and for near 30 at a small ground be and further particulars liad by prin cipals on applicationto AVjuatanley and LEASE and CHelsea A comfortable and genteel a small pleasantly situate in Chelsea containing fin wo kitchens The s nearly will be included in the may be known on application to Wiuatanley md UNWfJE TOWN most desirably and singularly ele gant detached TOWN with alawninfronti about J po feet ornamented with borders of flowers and in a retired tkoogfaimmediately contiguous to the new at the Northwest part of the Metropolis coinjirUrar a suite of and of admirable fitted fijshbed idff stile of ray Bnpertor artistsof the 6rst emi scr and domestic soiled loathe ac commodation of a of the first coachhome and stabling maybe had if required flie fashionable Household FurnHnrejnewwithin a and of the first description of taste and wodc maybe hadon advantageous tcrmrto a pur As it is not intended Proprietor five Cards of Admission bat to those Who are deeirons of it is respeCtfuUy hoped that no others han fnincipals of this description will make application to view the to whom deseriptiTe an engraved elevation of the will be given Winstanley and and AN entire and exteustve Disposed of in part the The Premises are molt eligibly on the bank of a navigable rivery possessing ereryadtantajs pr ryipgon Coat inwtich KcCtreidciable capital last seven years the UuiWings convenient and Ipgio cousisling of and timber limekiln and and ttajlling 85 house the most populous counties in the Eastern a port for it commands aconsidetablft of country and marker the trade four vessels of from SO to loo tons underthe directions of the and the uunAer njjgltt lie further particuUjrs inquhx Bovill and be SOLDj im medikte HE5GHTLY dtoate with the the of k genteel coasjgtflfrpf an en a good and breakfast five good bedOwnni butlers and other with dairy Heightly Cottage ttinds In a lawn and laid out with in which ira greem stocked with a There is also a large garden planted with choice fruittrees in fnH a field of one and a meadow of two Premises are near theTlymOuth and Exeter on winchfour dairy coachesare passing aiid distant half a mile from the Marketnnd Pust miles frpu six fiont the frequented watering Tcignmontb and The River famous its runs near the is sheltered from East and North east If the neighbourhood are several packs of foxhounds and The Premises are held under leases for years jewing and for other apply to White tmd London j Brewer Emter if by post be a complete PRINTINGGROUND the uxe of the consisting of copper plate with a cylinder with a aud varioui the rept ubovc floi per Inquire ot Imme possession win be rrtO be filtered on im JL MAN fit fur the the first withcomplete ofiScerand a valuable walledin nnd SO acres of m with the of a manor situate in a rural part of the four miles from a good and ttfegiilflf pascal beknown of Me and Hani j add be1 for three or a seated Pftft ofnne hundred andelcveB with green and hot jtveiy reqiiu site accbmniQdatioa for of The House conrains dining and saloon dressing and Suitable session triay lc fortythree of Land more may be if may receive Tickets and further application Wmstanley and Son t the High Court of PRICE BLKj the Jreditors of late of the City of whodied about the ggrtiday of are forth with to come in one of the Masters of tbe stiid afhis Office in London or in default thereof1 they will excluded the of the said r c June161 FURSLTANT tf Decree of the High Court of Chancery made in a against KEM the Vext ofJJptt Iary inthe c who were 1 bapgened oh or about legalperabnal are forthwith to ooexf tbe jM in fcmthanipw apd pfOTetheirk theif as are since late of Saint of 4iis the Chof them aVare JoBii said at bis of BAKKRUMs James late of and to turrenderf Juna at and at Evan ot Great WeUi and June and toW at at Samoel White WflUaro Ian ofTajmteni dealer and June and July at at the Market Blakeand CookV London and George latftof Jnly at at the TlUbot AtHnibn Boltod and Eiley and John late of J igrrttf f i Ji ei at 7rat and at derenptt the Mr Qf OttfiOTMrrytr rtairT and Jsoe 5AS LIGHT AND the sotb will b by opposite the RoyaH A N A D DRESS to ihe Proprietors of tbe itt Light and Coke Company lo is an Epitoraeof the Evidence taken before the Committee of the ot to whom the Bifi to incorporate certain for procuring Aminoniacal Essential and InflamaAbte Air from and forfother By JOHN VAN Memberof thieSociety of Mer chants of traflinr to the earnestly recommends of their particularly in the present unsettled of the M The sacrifice of the ntany ia thft gaia of the 3his dav ia jn rpHE lent which are or oearly ttataiHtent Signification i both written dealer June towat Holmes and Ixiwden Cle John dealerand June July at Gnild Romfordr Essex and otPlyraoothy June 29 and John Plymouth dealer and inne 94 and at GuildhalL New k Gjorge Jul Strand John and chap at devenVjtthe Littleton Turner and jetf June John up dealerdad Juije July agd at at July Fanny at at of James Bnstn in mart A Grammar of the William Wflkes now or late of Binning at at the Swan July John late of at the Srfan William and Isaac of at a Isaac MenceBn and David o at at 8 Robert of a at John StipletonT of Newing dealer and at at Joaquim Andrade and Joachim Christian of at twelve at late of Sur at at Ham of at at Lon John of South at at at Thomas of at GuildhalL Robert of Thomas of lat of Redman VroWj o Oxfordi Legate of Upper East Smith PARTNERSHIPS Bridge anU Peter and John of 4to Matthtfl of and Edward of Hi Joshua of and Wiffitm of ana Aim of archi VfiSBaia Scott of Thomas Joan and Abraham of 1 Lang and William qf Man Benton and of Ihqant and George of Richard Joseph Benjamin and Sa muel of Upper liam Clarkson and Matthew Granger and Gideon o of BRITISH HOUSE OF JUNE Tbe Judges Salaries Augmeutation Bill went through a Committee Of the whole and was reported with out j The consideration of the standing Orders of the teas deferred to Monday withal view to their being hen disposed ofr su far as related to the Depfford ant Kent WaterWorks Bill v Upon of Lord it was or that the Committee on the Leeds and Liverpool Canals da make report onlVfonday Adjourned till is oclock on FRENCH MAY Our Moniteur of yesterday contains an officia acouot of the retakingof Fort by the The robbei Scbill garrison ofi 1500 men in the at the a fire bi were sufficient to tarry the and to put with the loss of 400 300 and a greattiumber wound By 150 Westpha rttl who had fallen into the hands of have set at The manufacture and sale of gunpowder in WestphaHa lire henceforth to 4ie under the su perintenlance of the as also the transit df fbreigo as au article of MAY In the night Captain of tbe French passed through this frisf way to the Imperial He landed at with dispatches frjxu Gar Ambassador in JOWE An edict was published on the 24th at by Count Ferdinand de President of the Command ing he occupiers of and the administra tors and inspectors of the and to deliver in daily to the LVrectors of the respective lists of the wounded French officers and Several persons have been apprehended under suspicion of their maintaining corre spondence with the Court of X cpm mission has been appointed to examine their His Majesty has issued an edict for seizing ill the Austrian in onr and recall ing all subjects in the Austrian do the period of twomonths under the pain of outlawry and confiscation of pro It appears that some hundreds of Sihills corps haVe effected their escape to the Isle of Among the prisoners that have fallen into the bands of General are of ScbilPs His Majesty has given strict orders to our craiaers arid armed vessels ini the Baltic to pre vent any of the rebels in the Isle of Rugen froni getting off by means of Jum of this city contains the e atticle t may be considered as in thepre sent stsite of thrncs that the Imperial Decree of ifitii will not only be ex ecuted with the utmost but also fhat its influence will be extended to all the allies of France onf the Cotrtinent for if ever there ex steda nioineijtfor successfully giving a deatb ilow to the industry of Great it is the Almost all the coasts of feu rope be or her friends and allies and the shores oF the Baltic WiTf speedily befur wiih a which will moj prewecit the prohibited prbt But in the state of other system than that hitherto pur San be admitted operating Frendo the perauasion of eoteriug our ports under the American flag should eutirely propositions with the truth of all the Ghambeis of Commerce iu aud particularly the Council of ju are fully aud deeply Of the readiness with which our alUts will adopt this we may be enabled to fcilri from the consideration that an Auc rican consisting chiefly of landed at iias been deposited iu the Royal warehouses of to uwait the de cision of the Government and that Russia as one of the conditions of tlmtsheshall siiut her ports agaiiist Eng ish From all these it neither colonial jiar any other articlesof commerce and manufacture tvifl fall in price on tha contrary they will rise the momeflt tlie dispositions which sre ex pected from the energy wisdpin of we made whw were a little before the entrance of ffetish that asser that the price of Macedonian cottons had then risen frootS8O to 360 It is said thet all that remjiits of them in the warehouses of Vienna of principally of an inferior auJ untii for tlie purposes oj tlie and Swiss of ahxy have been bought the Smyrna and aud their to the continent of pro In tbe commercial policy oj the English leads them to tlie most scrupulous attention with regard to this product iu tudtr that the possession of the raw materials may as much as possible favour the df tbfck MAY General in bis address to a general assembly of the this mude use of some memorable prais ing the conduct of the greater part ofthe citi who but very iucanbidemble share iu the he cast his eyes upon a who was and Ihave a list of those ifco misled the people your name is at the head The Count turned and stuttered outsome excuses You are already punishedj observed the General the by the person stiling himself Gene ral attempted defend Sohwatz which belonged to your and your arecompletely The people repeatedlyex Long live King Maximilian Joseph 5 But General U rerie Do not Long this exclamation dpes not yet couie from your hearts in the course of a few you have become better acquainted with this excel lent theu will you exclaim with siuce Long live the Upon this the with one Loiglive General Wrede Tlie Americsin vessels have been carried intoChnstiaiisand Bark of Marblehead of Boston Henry of Gloucester Good Captain of Philadelphia of Beverley a commanded by Drink water and a same unknown all laden with aud AnAmerican i boundfor has been captured by a Danish and carried into Jcsfi 7 Went on the nijrht of the 3th the Yonge INichoUs laden ind DUTCH AY On the 21st tKe following iatelKgence was published His Exceiiency Marshal Duke of Arrived the igth at with a of the which made their journey in MAY Seven are six Prussian have been transported Posnaura to in to be tried by a Military Com for spreading reports unfavourable to he French MAY Lien tenantGeneral is at present at and whole corps is in Swedish MAY 29 The Prince de PonteCorvo is still here with be Saxons and the French division commanded y General The French advanced re two leagues beyond the the The Austrians are at half a leagues MAY On tbe22d DUrquijo presented his redentials as Charge dAffaires of his Catholic A week ago several corps arrived while there have set out for the shores ofthe vith a part of their Goremor has yet been nominated in the ilace ofMi de who is accused of 11 accomplice with General accordihg to some had been arrest is in the mean while Other ar ests are spoken of in It is hat in pursuance of convention agreed upon etween Alexander and the neutrality jf Prussia has been The report of the evacuation df the fortresses y our troops is still MAY yipsterday all the French cavalry here received rdera to march towards IffAY Commandant pfthis lias issued a in of certain persons baring been to cirCcthtte tile toast al nftd Spread tad terror   

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