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   Day (Newspaper) - June 23, 1809, London, Middlesex                                it AT SIX PI VERY UP MAN afui ucearionajly Urwait P retitle about hrc from Uimion mE tor stcndi of ten two at TVfS a as a inid whocangive unexcep to PRINCESS OF WALES J Public are iv that ibis Vessel will sail from near Tomorrow is a remarkably eXcWent and is not connected with Ihe at or is at the Gun and will be glad ricrkenwell June V and Governors of the Pdcfr in tlic Commiltee at the vVorTt r on the sr6A at I to rewire1 tertfaios i iu and v IM isima wishing to become Candidates for 1 tothc Poor in theVOrkhouae appointment wiH be bjr on ii c u of which Will cDimnenceat 12 it rwo oclock on thc same day salary may be known by applica oral tbe Clcrka HV Order Clrrks to rbe Guardians V Tir appointment will be anuuaHy H ISTINGDON NEW and I rmv only Frr FnsWe sets ont from Hie George end and Throe rrrry Moi and arrives at the George Inny Huntittg tni Diuirtmilly in ten iv and and LEEDS tud Espeditioui POOTL COACHES vnl srt mil from the Ooldep Chorine at lulfpast five the JBarnrt dinf at the Eaton sap atGretnam bnakfast at ihe Red DonCBster and aWte In and York by There only four coaclitnen and the same goard and tojili co Every exertion has btcn will I cuntiuuo to be to render this the heat conreyance I on the North GTvORGE BQtTLTjWV and nim the Golden bakle many others too numerous to mention Uvcrpocl expeditious Post only one night Itrnvmorumc at nolyhrafl ami North Wales and Birmingham new Post irry mnrning at and Oxford I i Pusi and lattvi and Cheltcn f wry Clirltrntiam and Oxford new and only Day torninfal East Hastings I Irieof Wight I Little 1 ml Coaches THIRD LAST GRAND CITy UOTTERY OF of UPWA HUNDRED THOU faCapital TbounnJ dtalrn in Gaildnall I Fm Thou and each No fixed grand Capital Prizes in this Lottery con Twentynine excellent I sitniiol in and which io the when ButUibg or much rKeapwr than at by Are eoinentSur and proved by apod aCommh of thc House of to ol One Hundred Thousand Pounds tufas it desirable that the Public shnnld know the present the a now Survey and now which will be published as soon Bvitcanbeob Tickets and Shares are on Sale by Sir BRANSCOMB wd CornhiH Holborn Haymarket Strand who sold and shared Three of the Grind Capital Prizes in tbe Jast 3ty PRESENT 8 0 I Eighth 3 5 O 11 6 Thf Prii e will Miortly at large may had Day is in price an Epic in Toelre to the Settle 1 and Civilization By JOEL interesting mad highly classical Poem lately mate in aud it bai been reprinted in owing to tbe warm approbation mad vary fawoor expressed by the lovrn of Poetry in of some which appeared in Printed for Richard andsof GAS LIGHT AND COKE y is by Corni nppontc the Royal N ADDRESS to the Proprietors of thein tended Gas Ligat and Coke Company to which on Epitome of the Erideuce taken before the imittee of the Bonne of to whom tbe Bill certain Persons for procnrinf Annnonhual Essentiaf tod InBammiiMe and for other committed N VAN of trading to the who earneatly JMi SALES BY PKIVATJE CONTRACT T near de sirbus to RENT or IPUKCHASK micb accommo by stating their pmticdlan to Hawkes and Co will be duly not receirci onlesB postpaid flrtO Wholesale Drysalters JL OrangeMerchants and othersre rrquiring roomy wit LEASE of capital sii eiteosirc of eondbctuigr bueineK upon a large sihtotedtn with and exetjlen DwdlingHonse tbe whole recently put into compKt repair for a term of 43 at a moderate be viewed and Particulars had by Adonuon and dington LEASE of aneaf HnttaVellfrWsheu the deceased sitoote near the upper end of NeWfiroad itk coachhouse and The fashion able and Furniture andFixtures to oextaken a afair may be acdtftdotodatei jrithftbottt dozen of and or part alsoa b andsotne town further and to viewy apply Sohoj or ofMl within Seveii capital spacious tuitcd for the accommodation of a Gentlemans cj qnisitc excellent gardens aid ornamented wiih and all rounded with upwardsofifty acres of rich situated at Only seven mites immediate possessioattjay be by wib may le Jft Plan of rh may be ON tfe Borders of LD Furia and capita Freehold Estate comprising decant wilb every requishe excHIent ranlen apd seated in by rich ineadow laud en oifmSfied by fultgrowu ami Inxtiriant timber togetb aodtaudry of rich mcidoSr in the whole about feor bandred acres ing avery auddesirable property for a beautifully situated on tbe borders of com mandiug mostUeligbuul and iuteresting prospects of tb aodwitbinan easy distance of town of which immediate possession may be b viewed by may be bau of where Plan of the Bstate may be f TNIQUE TOWN most and tTiMgularly ele gant with alawn iu front alioat 100 feet with borders of Bowers and 1n retired though immediately coaggaotts to tbe sqoanas et the Northwest part o Metropolis comprising suite of tirawincrooms and of admirable fitted and finkbed ifra stile p very anberior modern by artists of the first emi bed coiBmoSton of a of tiefint fespectauility coachhouse and stabUng may tad if tequirea the asbionable few months and elf the first in point of taste and work may be aJdfantageous terms to pur As it is not intended by tbe Proprietor t Admistioa but totbose who are desirous o it is respectfully hoped that Bo others thaiv principals of this description will make application tc he wbom descriptive ravefl elevation of the will be given b Winstanley and PtUernosterrow and also of Mr Bmnswicksqaare THE LATE CAMPAIGN IN This Day is inode elegant price Two iu an Acconnt of the Operations of tb British ARTHUR SIR JOHN from the landing of Troops in Mondego to tbe and EMBXRKATIOM at with lull and interesting details of the memorable Retreat from Embellished with thirteen by from Drawings made ion the illustrative of the Campaign ByADAM Phynciaa to hisMajestys Printed for Richard and tp had of all Tins Ptty in1 BIBLIOSANU or BOOKMAD NES5 a JlwBpirtk to Richard be ing Sopptement Foriars on tbe sam Sntiject and The of fte Disease 2 Symptoms of theDBease Probable Means ofh Care witb Anctdotei of Book and By the TI1OMAi FKOGNALL for and whom may be by 4be same An Introduction ti the Knowledge of rare and valuable Edi tlpni of tbe Greek attrt Latin In two crown tbcjthird isk in IF ECTUHES on DIEf anctftfiet JLi being a Systematic Inquiry into tie most rational of nreserving Health And prolonging toge ther with Physiological mad Chemical coW ciliated chiefly for tbe use of in to banish tbe prevailing abases and To which Pdttr con talnmfm Series of addreased to thow patients who anxtons to give an accurate and satisfac tory acomnt of their when xonsolting medical for and Orme ternosterfow Thisisby far the most and compre hensive system which hat yet Tfate u in 1 jmo PRONOtTNClNG ANewSpeJIirtBookh Three Th4 maoyirthe gain lajdb before ypf i meWe i y OMPENDIOUS mad PolysyllabjM of mlt OFENVJlAT The following of bur army has been FOURTH The retrett of the army felly eonse qoence of the mflitary was resolved while the 8th of Maf were Vigorously com bating ott the maintained on both obstinacy from five in the morning to eight The grenadier battalion oifaHBWfcnens and Al vinns 4wiceen mate the bayonet nhinhier oftheenemys whickU a very umSJmtti of Otto Its way through of brave Sr The result of this srfrere Jettys troops taken ft cavalry day the asiaS been r GeheraU are amoftj deadl General Mi following Two French tived wound hi The Aastrian armyhas i excellent officers who died these Were Cavalry toedersbiia wjiose names will be comma sent the of 8everar Amtog the prisoners of lessen Captain of among the Accordingto Amoog the several in a future X i of the Anil Major Ruta the Prince Count Stahrembergr inVon The discontinuance of the Orders they respect the United having beea thus a coinmunication of the event has been iir one of par public to our Minister Plenipotentiary at with instructions to avail himself of the important addition thereby to the considerations which press on the justice of the FrenchGo vernment a revocation of its or auch a modification of they sliall cease to vio late nentraj commerce of the United our commercial proper to the arrangement which has Great will doubtless eearlv attention It will the same of their aud tomake such further aitsratiohu irt as will mote especially protect and jfgBter the several branches of manufacture yjbtfhfaattf JMn lUjmtlj or extended by exertuwa of our rest with the judgment of Jo how fur the change in oaf external prospects may jauthoriae any niodificStons of the laws relatiug to the army and navy The Royal we and those thelspmso The retreat A Thepronipti Cornit troops had passed StoJchevich from Dal change whicb has taken1 masse is organizing in jof ropect MM oa gai i is tic hossars on of they tempting to enter the province of adopt and of The Some inroads to the gates without at inmrrection troops of the in the neigh aWipf received as to here EXTRA is day both of Cangress m their respective Iu Senate Members the Lower at the first 12O bers General Varnvun is works of defence for our seaport towns and harbours have proceeded with as much activity as the season of the year and other cir cumstanceswould It is how to that the appropriations hitherto made being found to be a farther pro vision will claim tbe early consideration of Con it The whole of the 8 per stock remain ing jjie by the United amoouting to beea reimbursed on the last day lie year Aud on thc4st day bf April snlP tne Treasury exceeded Jiine aud a millions of to gether with theVcePts of the account of bonds wilt probably tiv the exjifinces of the y ether to defray Bat the suspension should our revenue tbe of and decrease of impor during the last twelvV months Wl11 cessaiily cauV s great diminution 1U thue of tlie year Ater that yefi tbretjfti relations be will again be than Under the easting havethought with a just pre u with the excep placed iu a situa tion incurring no expenceJbeyond that requisite for their preservation a to have tion of those at New fufere service and to have convenency for of those al The former Cleikr Serjeant at Door were elected twelve oclock the Ttesident of the United Gra the following Message toboth HftUw of Congress Fellow tCilttens of the and of the House of On first occasionof meeting it memoch satisfaction to be able to conij municate the commencement of a favourabjfi our foreign the critical state of whidfiHnduced a Session of Congress at this periodi Iff cttnsequence of of the act interdicting commercialiDtercoBrBe with Great Britain tfat Minirters at London and Paris it be fl instruct and Britwh tfc vested in the to jreuew Commercial course with their respective would be exercised tiiii case Soon aftpr dispatch it was fouadtbat British anticipating from proceedings of Con New Orleans reduced required for thehnavigafiop and that a tacltftf m fjajrtavrof militiv to 1 of not improperly which they A Las been accordingly made in raising and forw viskni was made by the Act of gether with the disposition the will appear by a report which the Secretary of War is and which willbe laid before OF the additional required By an the last Session to be fitted for actual two are in one nearly and the fourth is expected to be ready in the of July A report whichvtfafr Secretary tjiie Navy is preparing trn the tabe laid be the the progress made in officering and manning Aese will shew also the degree in which the provisions of tbe Act relating to the other public fcrtned vessels have been carried hjto Aware of the inconvenience of a protracted Session at ihe present season of the I for beario catt the attention of the Legislature to any mutters not particularly It remains therefore only to assure you of the fidelity and alacrity withwhich I shall cooperate for the welfare and happiness of our and to pray that it pay experience a contiupauceof Tivine blessings by which it hasbeen so signally This is the jeasou which determined iu in evevj part of this island a by means of which the iutentioiis of the Government are effected with the lrast powi having considered thut however do not always produce the same salutary effects in iill owing to a diversity a rs tin case in this for which I am rela tive to the above disposition its whole extent wishing equally to suppress clamours1 oftjae and the suggestions of a false as vvtH as to provideagainst the fatal consequences of a maritime however remoie such in eveat may is not impossible during the cottflict between the two peciully smce the opening oft as vessels may now beto transportation of which before were hot be procured I proclaimed and orcjtted All such Frenchmen and other of whatever or have come to reside within tfce city of or the jurisdiction since the nod are not dnmiriliated by express act of the CaptainGeneral of this de part tbe Artists and labourers are to cease exercising tbrir pursuits fruni the date hereof butchers and bakers are allowed eight days fiftceu which time they may dispose of their stock arid The desiroQS of extcdding every hos pitality which may cot be incompatible with the interests and dignity of the nltows fortyJays fifttbe epar tnre of all those persons posstSscd of innuovubie t bat they may dispose of the or prepare protam tions before a notary far such Spaniard or Fctnchmen as the may confide xrho may sell the and transmit the procetds as directed to any place not subject to or iu the possession qf Those of immovable property shall depart within twenty All persons thus cuuspelled to leave thc may take with them their property The fisheries nuw carried on od tbe shall cease their operations fiom the publication Orders to this effect have been dispatched to the commandant of tbe Disobedience to any of the foregoing articles shall subject the delinquent to aud bis property to be Every Spaniard is authorised to inform the Govern or members of the Committee of or any rcgiaors of tbe most illustrious of any of tbe above articles Any person who may or aid in secreting aay shall be punished according to the circum stances of the These regulations embracing all strangers not pro vided with the letter rcquiietiby the first those can be dtemed exempt from their operation who tuteKT111 tave 1C Port m tht prosecution of or fur equally lawful This priviUge extender to Frenchmen who aie r the place on any accourt of incurriug the g held and treated in aK ic is hoivtr exte strictly frolu Pam uf tbe spects as prrepuers of Freucliineu Te Arjicle jsl may continue in this c stiirrty Tbe Cubans will not fail so to assistthose who le thna compelled to leave our as shall manifest f to treat them with tbat humanity df by vbicb we are The foregoing proclamation shall be pubiibUd in the in and in and posted at all public Done at the city ol 10th Signed SEBASTIAN An eVtrnctof a letter from dated in OctoberVsl We about two months that the would by th on its way dierGeneral jy Gulf of Persia mission jme have been but Briga that Court gress at their last tbfe of which has had the effect jin the conciliatory disposition aiittedt Legation herepWrwonal atd to mike known tipn of his Briiidnic Majesty to send anr Envoy Extraordinary with powen to cbnclude treaty on all between countries bnt moreover to in the mean to withdraw in Councih inthd the irtereottrtewhh Great Bri Signed JAMES baiir would b6 renewed on the part of United DOK 5EB4STUNKINDELAN Y O OP TfiBijaDElt OF AND COMMANDANT OF THB CISTT OF JAGO DE 5 ffesooner had the unwelcome news of the tra grcai events io our mother country produced by Wie exterminating genius of the infernal tyrantof whose unfaeardof conduct has scanda lised and tasulfed the whole world reached this than the excellent and worthy Chief who governs adopted those measures whicb he judged tobe most conducive to the welfare of theSJtate TU well as to public which is the basis ofthe happiness of therpeople and that energy which has made hint so eminent in this hemisphere without endangering the of theFrench refugees inbis to whoinhe hadoffered an with a view to the en couragement of agriculture and the emulating the virtuous conduct of the Chiefs of whir have ever been arid ore still his models fie could adopt no otherrneans tbjin what were dictated by good sense to nirintaia the reputation of Spanish rhagnnnimity arid HecouMnotforamoment layaside those qualities which characterise the true Spa who with disdain on whatso ever is or The has been dierGeneral msson to that Court has and all fibres of adding fiesh laurels to the Bombay are for th present ex We ought rtb w to be studying how we shall be able to resist the French in Persia and From Papers I have our matters in India to be at all in that critical wffftsb tbe fears of those engaged in the mercantile line made us all I that the French may attempt and a eoupte of hundred thousand setting out from Eu receiving every from marching by tbe route of entering into an alliance with King of Canda and joining Sciudiah and Jesmnot Rao may annoy o very army is ready and has lately been in the field aainst the Rajar of in a pitch he has drubbed most unmercifully impossible for any person who knows the turbulent disposition of this fellowto be sorry for his Scindiabs park now con sists of 150 fine which is rather respect able and if brought into the no doubt try the mettle of the Bombay Hol in place of as English Papers in a state of is mOst actively employed in disciplining his ag and supported by a most enterprizing and spirited Tiis former Gene an independent Whether it is by means of French or from what cause I know but the notimmedi A l undec oar is all in arms and The quarrel with and the captttfe of tbe RajaK of has opened the eyes Government to theihtended disaffectiou of onr steady the never woqW have so long maintained the appellation of were it not for the good offices of old Aleer bis Prime a report of wJioSe death made iyiypootram rather too premMote in his rity to permit thein to remom itffheislahd blicsecu The following results are gn Papers laid The total Expenditure of Great Bril mthe last House of t charge of ftr We forten years endingthe m oateA   

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