Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Day (Newspaper) - June 27, 1809, London, Middlesex anV jrtlNOJrl n I near Viibif aremost rcspectfolly i 4 This M fortbe i ai S AdnwUion to the BajM V lo only Oae i i ami to sec tbe H of hisaiid other Grand City This Pay JolyoceeJJfjfuui WesUdiostsr L and rrtnritln tbe may be beSDLJLI duringtfie B i tipon HUNTINGDON new and elegant DAY called the cvryonty our through and Neots the George and Bine and every and arrives at lie Gioret1 Huntingdon punctfyilly in ten By fcrrfvnTTF FA bejjs V tluU GiMitlemciJ hwiug HortfCf I W V lusnirc their ttiik the I ol very tine perry in V jjiuwu vn niid t3 lisfc cibtuiu a T i A I 1Y l lv VUUMfcl u liawiig jfireajly IX reference ko v1 J Book in i a t late PARSONS begs Jeare W infprm that from the gnat iicunmgrnient he DM met with and ini roriug he above Honse he lias been iodnccd to jil fartliur and convenience of ipst wlio may houwnr wifb their a larpe Stock ofexcellent a ap excellent and is by atliinioti to render the accommodations of the bore Uupse to any in the Post good kGrtUe ill JAMAKA TOVT II S iK Ut tilt i ii si a l jl the the nhcuurthe i it I jil or Jr not be aod alspj whetbeWo ii tiic Suit In Jamaica ir tn iuoiproniioC tbc el l r iTICL That Memorigte u t to be maUe In i T the 46th An Act for tic iiowers at an Act mode in tjic Ap Act for mid or tetter regulating o far as tlie same relates to tbe lie inailc by rfrtam CommissiuneiS lann for or in iriptct or da Irom tbe Wcm IndiaJExport JXpk t j IFtllll at the N i i i Lon ilif aud procewlcd of ihe scvrral Arts ofPai m made and provided Atteodauce cxceptud from eleven to at lir Clerk and R It aiul CO acquaint tbe that Tickets and totic STATELCXFTEICY are on Sale at their IUii BuiltUcKsyCambill antt facing die Gate of the There are but Num if 1 to inclusiveifijnr Tickets of eachNuinber wuolcto be dnwrti fe One CAJNTAL 4 of i s of 4 of 12 of 500L 4 ol SflOOl I Schemes at large ANU LAST GUANO CITY LOrrEttl Ul 11MV A H DS of ON E HUNDRED THOU in Copitnl Tickets to be dinwn u Giiildhall in four dnys 1 liousaud Tickets eafh giand Capital Prizrs in cun TREEHOLD HOUSES in Skinntrsfreet and in the year wbeu Buitiliuc Kfatcrinlr c than by tivu eminent Sur iiowd ly before uCoinmk t of of to be worth o llimJrcil TUousnad Pounds init as it is desirable tlin tliPuMic should know unproved Value a new Surrey and Estimate is now piT r which as soon as it can be ob and Slinrrii arc on Sir Haymarkct SfiujKl who suld and shared Three of the Capital Prizf FllESBNT Ticket f8 8 0 8 o 1 3 2 O I Oil Irin will shortly at large ma ntS I prirc Part of L PORTS of CASES in the HIGH of By I Barrittcr at Pi in tec f W Law an Uppor Tim 1 to 3 royal price in a Edition beiug the5ixtecntb of pOKE revised and W tritb acWitivn of an I I and CHAS of also tb i of LorJ Gliicf Justice Chancellor frntixcjUM and an Analysis writ ten b i in this edition contains inser fit ia the notcsoftlip latter fncbnacqnence o livtemiinatiems subsequent to tbe lalCEdition i almost eatirely has been Yrqjned by JOBS of for Bivute Clarke and Sons Upper ONLY COMPLETE BODVOF NISI PRIUi tbc and speedily will be 1 NLSJ Part price of SYNTHESIS of the of trwt scthority oF adjudged from istlicatsc periort to the present time bot particular tfce Doctrine Bills of Promissory and other Inturanoet ShrpE and Suimen and also v n MfWU n A and fated AC Lu Printed for Lnw Insurance fail diie at tat PruycdJ aud With rice pro iq the and on the ViniineBt pf are Effected npbri Tenntcbrre pooJcut t ith their SAyernl JENKlK B No cUarge will be made fiylhw Office Insurance upon sums of Three Hundred Foundj is given and do y Engine taliuhs belonging to tbo immediate a a roomy HdfSE Wth large bow nihe Chandfcry oal ycam of lie Lease unorpircd at last including two Houses at the jack of for three per ear and 46 at SmaU geiiteel near the in within six miles of nine three eight wasti fur apply to Piccadilly to save but of the first aud without niiU need answer be LET on WESTOW HILL situated opposite Wood suhstaiitialiy and contains a handsome entrance and and with three best xvith a light dressingcloset toeach ser aod patent nd outbouses of every conclihouscy three tall large and a armyard whole Premues fitted up in a supe ior abundantly supplied with good jOTge well Land and round he may be Possession W Auctioneer and vice fr6ta tjie vice O To be and entered upon eillier immediately or at a and any quantity of Troipone to twenty desirably situated at well adapfed fur establishing aNursery Ground there is ntpresent upon ft a considerable quantity of nursery abd 000 young orchard A considerable trademay be immediately seairfd and ihe iapidJy tif no other noraery 1 of the there cai he no doubt of ultimate success insuch nu undertaking Jhe rnising of white thorn quick will be attended with a certain and extensive demand for from thenumerous R now going The Land is and the parochial rates Ncne Unt ol respectability will be treated by of FROM THE LONDON JUNE PROMOTIONS June Royal Rcginienfof James to be by vice 3d Rcyiuieut of Dragoon Cornet Henry Mel calf to be by rice Scott who 7th Regiment of Light Donatai OBrien to be by vice pro 8th Cornet to be by vice jgtb Cordrt John Lucas to he by vice promoted in the 15th Foot James to be by vice who 2uth Cornet Henry from halfpay o the late 2ltb Light to be without pur vice proSotcd John to be by rice who 24lli BrevettaentcnantCttloncI Samuel Need to be vice deceased j Brevet LicuteimntColouel from halfpay o late 03d Light to be vice 3i Regiment of Foot Ensign William Henry to be by vice wh retires Lieutenant Francis the to be without vice st Regiment of Lieutenant AVilHam James from the 4th to be without purchase Wtcr to be without purchase who d to bfe Ensigns George Dwocau from the goth Gcstavus and William Gor from the 78th 6th Booth to be who llth John to be by vice who Ensign Barnham to he Lieutenant without vice dismissed Jeremiah Quill Gent to be SOtb EnsJjfU James Goklfrap to be Lieutenant 24th Lieutenant William Tudorto be Captain o a without purchase Lieutenant Jwncs Lcpper to be To be John from tbe 6th Garrison Battalion and Henry To be by Joseph Brooks 26A by SSUi J2nsjgp J9hn to be Lieatenani wiilibut vice in thejMth Foot be Fowley Stafl HospitaliAssfetaht Join Fittpfttrick to be AAutantSur a without Ensigns Frederick amiJomes to froto f to balaentenahi vice Wulfcnl to be dittoj Henry to 1ieutknant Captam 1 be Asste tfc sd harUtou Tnoteea be Ensigtr out vice j 6sth be Captain Artkuif Wper to withotati ylcc protboted Lieutenant Dontild Campbell to be Captain of Jonei Qi sign William Campbell DC Caub bell John UeutenautColpnel John from tte rtt Garrismr lo vice yf ho i ssd Harry to witi out 9 Lieutenant SatMiel Luras to be of a by 93d to be Cop ain of a without finrcliase Moirlwad to lie Ltrutensfnt Charjes M g6th Lieulcnanf the 8th ex by 63th ice airisun changCBj John vice promoted Lieutenant to be Captain of a Royal Staff without Taylq Turk LitU taiiiof a witboct pointed to the Sth Royal Battalion Sa muel Gregg to be Hftre 5 Wyjiam Rus to be 1st Garrison Lieutenant from the to be whu Sth fee apnointed to tbp 3d 6th Kenneth to vice eland the Q6th tlie Stb Lieutenant tdbe ri 3d RuyalVeteron 6th AesiiMint 2d Royal ij appointed 85th Fitot Abbott be COtTRTOFTCTKGS JOKE smivcs nrrcfpE AND A 8 1EC1 FHVKR This wasraii actiojngjbffdn given by the logetjrer roth for to se cure to tHe plalhttftjtjw amount of1 in ttf N with Mr the in ipIeyV and tfiVy had oc casion ta sjtiBs of to and with whom they at The money which theywere thus iu advance as the the money of this the amount of which was 472l ami the single question whether tins bund was satisfied by that as a pay ment made by in order to to Shipley power over the take to himself au assignment of the debt the money paid for the mere purpose of giving power the essence of his and the other obligors of the thenthe bond must be deemed to have been satisfied but if the money was paid for the purpose of a bona jtde assignment of the debt to then the bond was not satis and the plaintiffs were entitled to heexecution instrument proved by a gentleman from alate had so entirely lost the powers of the auricular nervej as to be nnableto answer any except such as was written and exhibited to Shipley that he and car ried on business in partnership had occasion for assistance from time to time from the Wiuboura Hetand hitf toge ther with two entered into thjs to secure the payment of what their baukerSniigljt for they had ogfasiou to overdraw their ban ana they hod applied for the paylpentjof their ba which convenient to him and to his partner to pay at that in conse quence of which advanced this money but ft was not the money of nor had he any thing to do with nor did lie know until the money was actually paid into the hands of the thatthe assignment was The for con tended this was done merely to give to Shipley dominion over tliis in against the rest of the aud that such was the sense which the plaintiffs had of the as appeared their the handWfitiug to which was The irst virus sT letter from and to Mrt John dated 33d W08 We beg to acquaint you Thomas Ship ley has procured a Richard to pay off the balance of your ay particulars on the other In consequence of which we have this day deli to the bond signed by self atnd and William The account on the other side Neave in atojunt with Fryer and the balance of account current delivered interest to this day Ou the creditor side Attorney that life itrcousequeiice of in Oitse meant not io titan j butto the be to have bedn nade by iii aud aiw only nobiinaUy ty Deaii but Lord tlrit Dsttuction could Jiot beiupportcd witjiaot ui putins perjury to the aud to the grammatical import of the words to by the refetito the last aritecedeutjioun and that was Verdict for the STANBOttUUGH The plaintiff is a carrying on very es tensrve trade and concerns at next door to hiuj they haye been near neighbours fpr 30 THe defendant was in the fon of sending which he received jn the way of change in small to Jacilitute tfie payjneqt of his accommodji cortstantly afforded by the ptuuftifi single questioa whetlier a of the plaintiff ou tharfilh 6V October had of had uot been change for by the plaintiffs son If it UpQU a statement ot the accoants between the tlje plaintiff would be enjtitltd to a dlct for that being the amount of the balanceHi his favour iT nf the bu lance the othef and the verdict must be for the Two of the plaintiffs Thomas add James swore that the de fendants son came to ttiejr house with a draft for to small notes for They had only he had that left his note for 200K on the one of the plaintiffs sons took the remaining to the defendants and paid it to the managing clerk of the They were positive of the and stated several particulars which had impressed it on their it being the day on which the Isleworth of which one of them Was1 a received their Taylor swore that he did not any of this money but in some that his memory was and the defendants son went no further than to swear that he did not recollect this The ditorneyCltmerQl proposed to refer this but Harrow said it was a question of wtrich could not LnJ and therefore mustlie decided by the wlioafter a fullinvestigation of the found a verdict for tlie plaintiff Damage COURT OF COMMON MosDAVj JUNE SITTINGS AT NISI BEFORE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE This was an action brouglit by the as exectrtrixof her to recover a sain of lent to the It appeared in evidence that a gambling co partnerifiip had been entered into between the testator mid two named Kclley whose bubiness onat a privatehouse in Sti Tliedefendant had the misfortune to become a frequenter of and lost considerable sums ofjtnoney to this At the time the debt in question was he had losfeveryscws of his ready and the com pany very liberally advanced him to go on with his gambling which however was not he lost this fresh Ou the dissolution of the the profits of the concern were fairly distributed amongst different and the debt the defendant was assigned over to the as part of his fbrwhich his wife uovr brought her ac On the part of Vauehaii ably addressed the and he would call witnesses to that every far of this debt hadbeen except a sum of Two named Jlill aud were examined for the purpose of tus tliis but both of them difterecl so in their statement of thecir it was decide to wuich credit ought to be After some Counsel on both it was agreed that the plaJBtiff should tdke a verdict for a sum by the defendant to be Sir MANSFIELD thought tliat tMe important question1 to decide in thin whether the assignment of a the indivi dual of such a partnership concern as could be at law by that He owned he had some dotrbt Upon the subject biui should reserve the in cafie thje defendant should proper to move trial upon that ground in the next The found a verdict for the costs DUTCH SEVENTEENTH Colonel oftbe bas arrived at the Imperial witk a let ter from that he has announced that the Busyan is maiching upon the passtd the frontiers on of the Ejnperqr the day befbreyeaterday reyiewed and Tire ofVieoiiaaBmired the fine ap aiylexceHeot Tlie Viceroy bsis gone theariny of Italy Itappears John th the army of Dalma Prince of tbt at affe lias gaineu Bailer tV yf fcTVcss o 6f iidfeso ot who wa ia tfe Aaattian Been TLe Atchduke expedition but bis 1 he Keqator distinguished binidfby his ana his from bis Aus TLe Count de Metkruich has arrived tobctxchaugoJ at to H from Cocnary to Lair of had refused paiaports aad sent to Tliis Bulletin is followed by the detaib at length of the Duke of Ragusas artny in Dal The Anstriau Baron has been at Vienna since the 2d JUVE Tlie Duke of we is to take the command of the Army of Reserve in tv According the arm Uie Emperor lias having received the Imperial GutiTiiunriCT the s of The rtorks at the ovtr Danube are still continued with great assi We learn besides from Jhat the Gourd of that city remains in the disposition of andtlmt the scarcity of pro visions is not DO great ns it wys There is still a superiluity of wheaten dried anrj The price of wine is very Jow a flask of ffun gariari wine sells for kreatzei Butcliers meat only is bigli4rice is casioned by scarcity tlmn papermoney and want of confidence to which given rise ineaus iradapted to diminish this krnd of circulating The French which is sufficiently provided wjth flesh and which receiVes new sujjpiies from sends to Vienna all surplus of the rneati and that which the soldiers have no time to Theyianiteur contains the following A prirate letterfrom Italy metitiotisthat OeneraU Cliastcllar and Schmidt were defesrted at Clagenfurt on the have taken foOb They write fym Vieiwa nister of and Minister of the hsire reserved permisfiori from Majesty the Emperor of tlie Fwnth to go to U a large eijfht miles frflm Moranan where Jimpe ror at Austria now Tliis circumstance rise theia Haibitaqts of withmnjch pka According toseveral letters ttappcaus that the Austrian headquarters were on the Sth June at that nothing had taken butthaj prepardtioiis were earnestly uiuking for renewing hostile It ig beside that FieldMarshal Jriiller al ready passed the Danube with a large anny at so that great events may now be soon With respect the Tyrolian ters from Munich ef tlie utn of June that they have inade themselves musters of some vil lages iu and are twelve miks from had been taken to place the all ALTON Juxf Hostilities have broken out anew between Russia and FliOM THE MINUTES OT THg SECEE OF imVERIAL Prom our Imperial Camp at 4th Kmperor of the Kina of Protector of the CiAitederatjonof tbe i TVe bave do hereby decree as fullows Tfie relalioqs antHluTiaucI shall be ujpon the same iwtiiigaa our decree of the iffth OxflMinisrfer of Fiuauces tosee the present decree jmt iu private letters received frorjt that the Americaa has npf yet received answer froia the atvdTrt tally expected that if he his ThisImperiulPfohibitbry of September now repealed by tBe above De prevented the duce into France and ButpAy and se vereDecrees agamst are ally expected by Since great of Aspeoi notbingoMinport OQ euher slvirniishes aOtTtrDBing affairs that have pcciirrod in tbc uicao Jvhile the spiiit atfd of troopsOpposite to Krema GtneraJ Schiisletk passed to the right side of the Danube with a and uiatle 30aie French troopi The eucinybas sought to aVenge tlieiuselves by a cannonade the of Opposite to onthe riht tidc of the Da tbe Getteralissirao has caused a to be erected the enemys rorps nndcr Marsbat Davoust has made three vigorous against thia sodiebattalions of the LandwIiiT liavc greatly distin guished tbcmsiilves iu tutdctcuce of TbUCKpa of tlMTLandwhejr had and iu tbc great batfle of covered with jHiiiiga riau insurreetroa Js to reinforde the grand Within a few nien willbe pa and form a juuctiou with the army upder the ArcMulco which communicates the grand army by The greatest zeal presrails His Ma arjan bas greyest of his y dtclarea jtseff fefe
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.