Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Day: Wednesday, July 5, 1809 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Day (Newspaper) - July 5, 1809, London, Middlesex                                ft PlULIsiiKD EVERY MORNING AT SIX PRICE VNCE r DIRECTORS do hereby Animal General Court of Pro s and upwards in the Capital held at the London Ta THIS July ntune of settlement and v and three in the if office conformably to the i that the Directors i Inrccli ATLAS of Six Directors be l HIS July and it lo so out of office oti this OCC8 your rotes interest triiM a continuance of of Concern will enti i 01 i yi f M Mi ASSURANCE according appointed for THIS most respectfully soli M onr MliCi LEWIS DONALD H v L CHA lo ij I John William David L D fcc Sanipnon men Stiwarde ta the abeve GhH Inch educates clothes fio rl the Utb i will HishUiry iil to favour the Friends of theIn i ir ruiupany oit are respectfully it Tickets tur the j application to eitbcc of the Gentlemen a i ilicBr nf the T Es W M Jonrph John Viear Choral of RtT Samuel I at Four oclock or Relatiou of JOHN late of tke East India shipTi i apply tn at the may hear of AlKS residing with their Mother md uf the whose education and M tluni fully competent to the uf voting wish to ondertake vi LADlESiwhowiftbe uf the and treated witb the imibiantly m tincompany of one or iurhs The nnt blasters ore ntht tlJtr of the two Ladies is tho tici tn Mipcriutend and to forward dnruip A t young Ladies who may remain never be left to the care of ser equal attention as at utlier auiuscmeiit and recreation allowed u isirablr situation for young Ladies Ituvmg or who have been iiii in London from their friends in t may be had at i tint of Senl near the Strand or of Rat theabove i ll receive immediate at T in and ONLY SJDOO i and Ill Si i uinuipiicls a perusal the SCHEME m the present STATE be eiu4d to contain the usual sum in and only onefourth of the there t IV cftach The Scheme has inziv of i 8 Prizes of of 12 Of l rf I and fnr the State Lottery are Tn and he whole Lottery will be drawn In one nl ncit A speedy purchase u JJJM is and before the price KM and acquaint the Tickets and thv STAlE LOTTERY are on Sale at their Cornhill and facingthe Gate of the There are but SJXO Nnm inclusive four Tickets of each drawn in One Day CAPITAL ct of of 8 J2 of 500L 10 TO BJE DRAWN IN 1 ami respectfully intoriu the Pnbi i and Shares arenow on Sale at all their inly Numbers in the and of i ro N tykcr than and that whole will be CAPITAL of I 8 of of 12 of I Ticket of each c ae of gaining Ehjhty Tbonsand It t s to be Drawn iu One duth of 1809 50O too 50 15 i of only N BJtoo YA i SALES BY PRIVATE For hy Private on Monday and the Three following between tbe hours of ten and seven oclock each A Quantity of Cast iron millwrights on the RESI Offictsj LAN within is miles of commodious Family Resi conrvniently and fit fcr the immediate receptiou of a GentlemanV with alL at tached and detached excellent fully and plantedwith numerous ebqiot frait tms tujrthcr vitbxbout rich meadow lyinc adjacent to the ftttuftte nrithin75 hiilta of near a good nuxrkel coranlanil iny utost delightful prospecfa in the neighbourhood of be vicmd by and Tickets may be had of Wanrickstnxtj Gol EIGHT JrowJ 3oo to 1000 Acres several LANDED 1500 Acres Fef particulars Spply ti Adam reyor and Souttf8o This Day is price the Third Part of the Fourteenth Vofcnieof REPORTS of the HIGH COURT of By Barrister at for Temptebarj and Upper EN FIELD roJ a about fpor and a barn may be if Apply foe particulars tb AnctionoeV an excellent in good and plea MOtiyMtuated in Chaue and Jarge Yard the Premises a for two or nay be divided let to for Particubmi o EPEIJfG Sixteen Miles from bo a good delightfully situated ori nn and commandingtoost luxuriant a and mea which some local adrantagesrenders the en semble amost desirable Residence for a gentrtl pty forParticulars apil Tickets for viewing to rjWELVE Miles from Shoreditch JL To be for 12 a convenient FAMILY in a good containing two nix and witb coach stabling for three two and part of a nuall further particulars apply to Hoggart and IJWELLING be for two an excellent FAMILY suitable for a Merchant or professional ware and arched in the heart of the to Hoggait and EXCELLENT FAMILY and Meadow 19 Miles fioln London be for 10 years a spacious with excellent detached standing for two staH stabling for seven and every requisite accommodation fora large respectable in a fine sporting abounding witb and in tbe centrcof tbeBerkeley three miles franfRickmans four and a andoiueteen from ft witb extensive pleasure in high ordery abundance 6ffruit a trout and about 11 acres of rich meadow land be viewed witb with further be bad of Hoggart and rfestr and Harop be LET ou a pleasant detached witb fourstair and with good loft over the built wjtbin these two and situated in the centre of pleasure grounds andproductive garden with a paddock and field uJjoining in all about eight The House contains a and handsome on the same three and accom modation1 fof smahts in tbe two will give Refe rencer to wbieh may be only by froip twdve to be and entered upon either immediately or at Michaelmas a and of from to desirably situated at and wdl adapted for establishing a Nursery Ground thertis mt present upota it a conmdcrablc quantity of nursery orchard A considerable trade may be immediately secured and from tbe improving state of of and there being no otber in the there can be no doubt of ultimate success In snch an undertaking tbe raising of white thorn quick will be attended witb a certain aid extensivedejnandJbr fiom the nnmenms MOW going Land is and the very N one ncrsbiw of retpectnbilitv wjn tie treated by of THE REAL JAPAN Madeby DAY and fTAHIS invaluable with half tliu JL nsnal produces he most lirilliant jet evier affords pfcnliar iiburisLrdPnt to will nut soil ie perfectly free from 4ny and will retaiTvits virtue in any Sold wholesale by Day and at the High Jablborn retail 9 Swallowstreet Ax Finchlane principal Per and in and in every Town throughout the in stone price1 LONDON AS taanyof and the Public are not ttis nature is in whom theuse of a Sea Water health j tnaV be particularly in from they are ttistt respectfully that Sea Water only is and they consist of a Pivnging two smaller for wnnii btrxW water 8tfd Shoirer or Cold BUf way be had a man and being in copstaat ajtteBdance from seren W at these a been fitted containln balk six of and hr cbri taken lie ThUDayis in a new being tbe with of A COMPENDRTM of of EVI jrL THOMAS Uncolus Banister at Printed for Templebar and Upper s Day is A CATALOGUE MQDERN LAW d in a perspicnous cor rected to Hilary the and sold abo by Upper Witb aview to ossist the inquiriesafOentleTCen of the to tbe best editioan this compilation has been TheCompiler has aimed afcoirtct and to form nicb arrangement wUI memory of the wider and not perplex a confused mass of imscellaiMoua J pibUsbedi in royal price a nerf tbe of COKE upon revised and with Additions of aiid HAgGRAVE and ESIJB df aiio tbe Notes of Lord Chief Justice Halfrslod Chancellor mid an Analysis of written bynn Unbnown in contaiiirifwov in the Notes bf the latter consrtjaence of JdulCIAl The aUnost entirely newvlunrfen framed by John of Printed lor Clarice and Dn This tay is price a new being the frith correctioni fcad additions to tbe present TOVELASS on WILLS iid fNTESTA M 4 CIES in a and fami liar how a mans Family or telationt will be en titledto bis Real and Personal EstirteVby tbe Larwuof and Customs of the of Londooi and Pro vinct York containing also Inatroctions and neces sary Forms for every person his own Will Directiong fofe Execirtors how to act after tbe Testators Witiiespect toprovinp his taking upon them getting in the and paying Debts and Prjnted for Inner Templebar and Upper Ormond COMPLETE B00Y1OF MSI PRtOS Day is Part L price of A SYNTHESIS NISI from the autnority of adjudged from the earliest authentic period to prtienttiiiejSnt pfliticukirly shewing tbe Doctrine of of and Promissory n3Other Merchant Ships and Seamen tbe Lgw of Rvi deuce thereby adapting this to the use of every Professor of iairorevery Merchant and To which A Table of principal and a Re pertorium of aysttmatically di Printedfcr TempleBar j 4ad UpperOrmomi FROM THE LONDOTSf JULY Copies of two Letters frtfm Captain of his Majestys ship the tq the Wcl lesley Sia Be pleased to inform my Lords Com missioners of the that yesterday evening express arrived from a Spanish offi cer at ban Pay o to Commodore Don Juan Car that the Conde tie Nordtia was retiring with his division of the Gallician army froraPon tevcdra to that and detariog boats might be there to convey the troops across the the bridge having been broken down on the 7th Commodore request iug aaaiitancev Caplain with hadbeen obliged to baclt from stress of weather immediately sailed upthe river with the Portugueseschooiier under my orders ViceAdmiral the TTgre Spanish schooner of and as many boars and vessels as could possibly be This retrograde movement caused me nmch and I very early morning wentup in the Barge to San where stronglyposted on the Booth Bide of at and in my interview learnt that tWe after jhe BrigadierGenej ml had taken united JiisfoVces Lugo to thoue of with several and some This force being very much fisnperior to the heretreated to Ponteve where the Conde de Eromj thfr eiCesiiVeShd continued heavy rains we had of much of was un avoidably and Pontevedra too distant to receive any the oh position was well conceived andimost ably a height the bridge they of two and army ws increased betweetfe and men imd firte yqnng men withotat 19O horsey and field the jnynediate direction of tte jSitrnine the 6nemy ippfeaSfed oh thV side in ngreat fbrceil and althobgh the tfoops njjdergone suf Tered ateatly from the of Ae weai no tliiogcoiXld the animation and spirit of left the BnaB eneajjr theitAelifp in the most zealous and handsome man offered his services to assist Captain Cravr ford in defence of the Sixty whom he brought from Gijon with him part of our at his earnest request were and I supplied them with arms and every thiiig was put in the best possible order of defence bj Commodore Don Juan Don Bernado Gonculez the and Captain of his Majestys slirj 1 have the honour to Signed June concluded my letter of the 7th which I did myself the honour of writing to ac the information of my Lords Com missioners of the that the enemy had began an attack at half past nine that morning on the Spanish troops under the command xf Bnga dierGeneial on the south aide of the bridue of I have to request you will be pleased to make known to their that the hav ing taken post on the north side of the a pistolshot in and in a wood a little below keptup his supported with field artillery and three with great vivacity during the whole of that day the 7thU which was sustained by the GaUician army with great coolnessraad During the night of the the enemy erect eda Commodore Don Juan Carransas sent up three one of which Captain Wynter under the charge of Jefferson his First Atdaylight ta the morning of the the opened bn both on the GaUician ad the boats tbe latter of from the tide being got and destroyed the enemys At the fall of the the enemy made two despe rate attempts to cross below the bridge with his cavalry and infantry but the great courage and spirit displayed by our friends repulsed them with great A body of them went higher up the river to the bridge to and that active and brave officer Don Pablo Mu rillo was detached with a division to oppose them and the after persevering for an hour and an were obliged to give way to the superior gallantry of the retreattrd to San where another during a thick was again made by the as in the former was driven and Mar shal who commanded the French consisting of 2500 with artillery and two experienced a defeat from a new raised consisting of 6000 armed and 3000 without and some small field with two pounders and in the night he leaving some of his The enemy burnt many of their and in one pit has been discovered thirty buried his loss must have been The loason the side of the Spaniards has been only 110 killed and who was some tkne at the cam and who had a narrow a gnyae shot haviag grazed his described to me that such the animation of the Spanish that it was with difficulty they were restrained by their offi cers from pushing the spirit and good conduct of this division ofthe Spanish Gallrcian army though without almost everyr part of aud exposed to heavy rains without had shewn to their own and to all that they are inspired with ardour for the deli very of country from a which alone a brave and people can feel and the merit of their commanders bears so conspicuous a as theiiLordshipsmuat appreciate much better than I coukltakeithe liberty of expressing of superior in rank And it is bnt jnst to that the officers employed the guHboats executed5 wellthe instructions they received from Don J nan un wearied attention to give every aid and to the army with the most active excited Lieutenant commanding Tigre Spanish schooner of who was up the river Cot give Succour was most actiVei and Lientenatrtj commanding the1 Portugueseschooner and zealonai to support ihe cause and you will also be pleased to express to flieir Lordshipsthe feel ifa teiug en abled to inform them that Captain Wynter and the British men ardour to assist real friends which is inherent in theip I have the honTJuTTo Signedy PROMOTIONS 1st Regiment of Dragoon HospitalMate Tho mas Brailsforil to be vice ad Lieutenant John Lateward to be a Trvopj by Vice who retires Cornet William tei be vice Late ward fryro the Not tiueham to be Regiment to be vice Regiment of Ligbt Ensign froni the S7th to le vice who 10th Rf giment of Light Lieutenant Charles Gordoa to be Captain of Without who 15th Comet James Laroche tp be without resigned he without purchase vicV i 19th Lawrence J it of Fpot to beAssisttfin nt who 3i George Porker to be promoted Shorland Captain of viee Ruseto be by 10th Lieutenant Felix from tucJlsr be Captaiu of a irithuul viie promoted in Mcurons Jltb Ensign tlieGad to bo without purchase Knsigu Edward Han from to be without r I tji Lieutenant William Gilman to b of a without TD In without Ensigns a Tliondns John vice tiiil man bo Neil vice Tj the Oti India Ri vice appointed on the IJth Lieutenant George the cd iamson to be without rice to tlic Koyals HospitaiAIatf James Iligge to bo vice iro mnud iu iLeyiitli 15th Lieutenant Arxnndcr from the 4iii to be J vicr who exchanges John to be without vice promoted to the ad Garrison lOtb James to be Eusijnij without vice appointed to the S8th igih Ensign Charles Driefaerg tote vice deceased Ensign Tbontas Dubbins to be rice Slst John to be Second Lient tn By SStU George to be by promoted to the 10th 27tt HospitaliBate HeHrr Franklin to We As vice promoted to the 28tli Luscombe to oe by vice Cramer 30tb AndVew to be with out vice whose appointment not fakeu 33d James to be by i r vice 34tfi Lieutenant Thomas from the Here fordshire to be with tfce rank of Ea 3bth Ensign to be by vice who 37th James to be vice De who 3gth Gentleman from the Royal Military to be without 42d Lieutenant John from the istL to be vice who Lieuteuaot William Mairn ro be Captain of a without 58th Ensign Thomas from the i6th to be without purcbase William to be syth Ensign Seymour to be without purchase jGeorge Ward to be vice 6oth Lieutenant Charles DuSoble to n of rice deceased from the 37lh be vicu to the 64th 63d Ltrnteiiaiit Smith o be Captain of a without rice promoted sign Jamrs Simpson to be viteSmith Roblu son to be vice 64th Snugeon Thomas OMaltyf from the to be vice appointed onthe 66th Captain Daniel Dodgin to be wit out vice 67th Cornet the gjh Light to be vice who 70tb Lieufeuaiit Hawkins to br of a by vice who retires H bert to be without 71st to be by vice promoted AssistautSurgeud Bcnj min Radfbnl to be vice AssiitautSnjqfebo from the Sfltb rice mti 76th Ensign Thomas the sad toAe by vice 79tb Ensign Samuel Robinson tp be by vice 82d Hospital to be AssistantSur vice whose appointment not taken 85th Gefl to be without vice promoted Lieutenant Christopher froin tbe North Cork tobe 88th Ensign Samuel Mncjriphie to b6 without vice Grant appointed to the 14th Font Ensign George Johnson to be vice pn looted Lieutenant from the North Cork be 94th Francis to be by vice 95th Lieutenant Matthew on halfpay of the Royal to Be paymaster of the 3d Batta IronjAssutaitSnrgeon Joseph from tbe 97th IP be Snrgeony appointed en the Royal Staff Cadet Willtiam Dnmaresq Royal Military to be withont pur vice promoted Cadet Frederick En from ditto to bfc vice promot Cadet Samuel from to be vice AssistantSurgeon Hoben from the West ludia to be Surgeou vice appointed fo lue Yodt AsststanVSurgeon William CaW from the 4th West India tu be Surgeon vice Ceylon Second Lientenauts William vice who iesigns William vice deceawd ie ceasedi from ad Ceylon vice who to be witlout purchase SerjeantMajor from the igih to be with the Rank of Second 2d Second Lieutenant and Adjutant Hnnter fo have the Rank ofFirst Second Lkptenapt Little to be First without promoted HospitalHate Adams to be SecondLien tenantand Adjutant John White to the Rankof First Lieutenant Lieute nant Lionel Hnghes to be First wiUiout vice Menrons Captain Nerris William ffl to be 3d Ensign Richnrd from the IStB to be vice appointed 4th Lieutenant Robfft from the 521 to be Captain of appointed to the Veteran 2d Royal Veteran Coptain from the 4lh Ganison to be of a Vice placed on the retired 3d Ensign George Watt to be viee 5th Easign Richard vice placed On the retired List JohnSntcliff late Ser jeant in to be floaplTAL to It ceased Purveyors Clerk Edward Hodge to be Deputy to the vke to be vice Aonr tbe the BANKRUPTCIES Richard of from July 11 to August at at the   

From 1607 To The Present

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!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ 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.

Genealogy Made Simple

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!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"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.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication