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   Day (Newspaper) - July 6, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY MOttftlJNG GAS LIGHT iiliscribers to the Fund to assist in liis are that tottke place at tbe City of This not caJJod by the Trustees Accounts and Kcpbrt are ill be iMi rfliHT COKE INSOK begs to inform bw advertised for this u Fuon the Trustees of the Fund J their he vrill inime v ut an rarly Meeting fof the Share Acunnt and Reportat thr same 1 in Ins Circular Letter will be sub i JULY T of DIRECTORS of the DOCK COMPANY hcrehy v aily nrral Meeting of the Pro 1 I at ilicir House in IMS at Tni i Kirs fui ifcfr give that at the thr of Three Directors itoiii of the same uuinbtr going imixiiant to the directions of Hv iiairr of the JOHN will M takrn at Eleven octock pre l at and tcnni A INTELLIGENCE FROM PUENTA DE After along interruption of our correspondence I have to de Romanas under the ofthe Count of has obtained a decisive victory over the euemy at tlie bridgeof neral having defeated and driven tlic enemy from Jago on the23d ulL talcing from them forty arrobas of plate and agreat AT SIX John oujt city was Majestys tHeHonourable y Extraordinary strc nuously preservation of uc serredly respecttdaj tge wbole Portuguese nu tlnn t t and is most de was tioneat the he made the rreqitatiqn of an T rdat I O Cl rnuii I i of a VIIIIUR nearly of whose moral ootione and con manucrs are and liiey will answer for by aoy trust be wish to hud a to a respectable i I ilv Address iinroe t Mr Paternos of other proceeded to for the purpose arming a number sant returned the suethe Having received remforci mciiti at was advauciire irJthenODeortat the House of Commons promised Wrtward her for the testimony she should pfive I So far cer tainly the case of his Royal Highness is amelio rated for she confesses that she came forward an interested and a venal witness and redeems the pledge he gives in his and clearly ex poses the perjury of what creifit can he assume for haying prosecuted tlie Duke on the evidence of such a woman In the public opinion at Colonel Wardle at this sunk to the lowest depth of drgwtdit It is in vain that he applies to solicitations and for the suspension of judgment since his countryiiuii have been bj thesolemn of an lionet fee debts for in return for out the Count de hacljust joined General wasinduced to tall back towards for tbe twofold object of receiving the supplies he so much and to occupy a position in whfcn he might oppose with Upon the riVIK i 1 OR PHIXCESS OF WALES B01 Public near lit M ui that this Vessel will sail from a remarkably rast has excellent ii noi connected witb tlie or a person it the Gun will be glad HE Stone Pun Company having completed ti ir anaugc meats or tlie eiriectnal supply of pub aid of mJmiluals with thcxerctal Articles f tlitxi V thiuk it necessary to acquaint tbe the same and that they have now ready for tiumi it llicir Manufactory in Hamp Smnc fer the use of cis columos for mus spccimeus of their different Manufac n in 1 in fn FIACHUEY aueat COTTAGE UOT s containing6 9 j fore well stocked and cropped near ui t D j shurt distance from the i pvr posstesion Ijfiiniiari by applying to Page and u IVrms of from lastrlWid 10 Jaj besides all taxes during tbe the oth the Spanish army passed the river at Payo in launches the bridgehavinobeen previously and occupied a strong mi litary position on the left bank their passage was not impeded by the from the very superior number of hfecavalryi and at that time of his might at least have cut off the On the morning of the the in force including three regiments of cavalrv beaded by Marslial Ney and General commenced a vigorous and seemed de termined to force the passage of the The Patriots evinced determination to and after an incessant fire of cannon and mus qnetry on both sides for ten the action generous efforts have ENGLISH lit Up al Night was yestetday by the introduced two very acceptable novelUwTto the Liverpool in utjil in fonts f the testimony gave at tlie Bar of of the LATE JOHN and supported our national Our rapi k T andCpirobta to towards VictorstM off his mrtat from tarmyiiaiid ii JH sWps ef a in search of the had ftfa fae been met vvithon The De mortvis nil nisi Slight be applied great propriety to the memory of many men wtfohave mtcle a more conspicuous figure in the State than For dyee but the best founded panegyric on his character that the whole of his public and no no pallia a public be had he the ambition of many of his who admired his and appreciated his powers of aspired to much higher situations than he But with all his activity in pursuit of he was truly at appears to have considerable taiprst HS and displayed no mean still a buru siijger and wtfra very et Xoice f gives promise of great 1 tle oriinH withtheIrish airpi Elena with a ntpliisiug and iiitvoducwl with Martinis Othov tccst born to wlich louiiiv and dt bcrvcjily The whirli at was overflowed in tvery mdring to cut COUJJT OF JULY SITTINGS BEVOKE IS rneyrGeiierdl stated thisto bean actit n for the infringement of tbeplaiutiffs pateut for making wove aud knotted stocking works with double which was dJne a of which a model was presented in and the manner ofworking it wax de scribed by a vast variety of for the Several offers were sometibes bv the i army to trie1 advanttd post oeased ii am i be tVw fixturts that are to betaken at the optiun of tlie JEASAYr FAMILY with Anxa of at seven oclock in the withont the enemys bang able to make any At daylight in tbe morning of tlie being low the enemy renewed his at any to cross the river but those who had stormed the bridge of and crossed the Adda and the in the face of the Austrian were not only bnttjbliged fo retreat precipitately be foretbe brave Spanish OB the banks of the Soto Tlie enemy again opened a heavy fire qf apd shells on witb tlte of conceal ing an meditated against ihe bridge of about 4 league and a half np T Ina tbe from 40 to 50 bein Tle J6eto froBi by of jst and ip army m Tf had no sooner received intelligence war having been than they have even As no battle ha the 8th instahtiti Police i and iertih largenum that tached to the duties and rebfions of social life and the plaintiff would not consent so and felt more satisfaction in the bosom of by the defendant to refer the The de his and in the conversation of a select to refer the The de circle than in tbe but transitory proved plaintiff to work triumphs of popular Few jnea wbo I f e the I that licence by working Park then went upon a which was that thisniachiiiewas not of tiffs invention butfoundedoii anotlier vast number of witnesses were The trial continued until past six when the t wbo valued themselves upon their acquirements pos a greater store of general knowledge tfian Iu the sciences whose results are calculated to improve the comforts of mankind and ta be practically he had no e and in polite literature his attainments were on the application Marshal General of any articleof reit for sale by rr of stolen the British dealt with A few days back in bavin II V u TV 14t JJ VUC ofthe Very first Of his many I a for the exemplary trails might be was f eyerready to assist merit in by his r hjs his influence wkh 9titerJ and his about twelve gifts aod gratifications were uniformly accoui1 arrived at the Queens frbtrT Windier paoied by a suavity of ami a gentleness where he was rsceivedTjytbe Dukes of YCR a of that rendered them doubly I u and Ston was His though tgjt festricted od as marked by a rare and which imnnskihlo The Lord Cha ships arrived who h a viry good u 11 ot and seven acres of mea 1 sitimtrd iu pied by the vigilance of the Spanish The finding himself unable to gain a foot of aftera fire of five relin quished the attempt of forcing the bridge of defended iy a body of Patriots very Til iljU s olthc surrounding caun attached aud detached offices with a Ixnutiful and an sknud by a neat A lease a tiTm of scrcn attd immediate apply to SI pncycauseway or to I far superior to Tile cootinnes to M at both which places im and specimens may be deiivirrd at cither ofthe above for laying it 5 8d per H cxpences It is in sheets of about square for as it not ihetl asit is a complete burner against fur Par at 1 ii i also excellent i ii Uac and CO scquaint the thaf and OS OTTERY are onSate at their End facingthe Gate of tBe rV There are But 5JJOO Num are but 5JOOO Num 1 to Tickets of each t to br drawn in One CAPrrAL I 8 of IJXXtL 12 of Y001 ochemeizt large much inferior iu visions number to the attacking di On the evening of 8th the enemy pro ceeded to reconnoitre and sound the river close to the which attempt they were soon compelled to abandon by the welldirected fire of the regiment of which distinguished it self particularly in as it has done Ju several other The night of the 8th the enemy devoted to his accustomed occupations previous to a burning destroying and killing the other the relation of be too shocking to The ftighfcof the on the approach of tlft armed prevented tbe perpetration of these cruduee totlie extent the enemy on other occasions gra tified hjs inhuman Still a few who were unable to fell victims to their cruel One in is worthy of mark pjd infirm who was unable to join her family in their was inhumanly Xla4 A t r i where itnvas by arguments or to detach him from the of his Wh all his to serve those whom he he was constantly and Ston aftertwo odock his MAJESTY held a Private wa attended the Lord President ofthe Conn Lord 1riry the Master General of the i cum the Chancellor of the flxrLe distmguished for one andthat was the President of the i 1 1 i higUy bonautabfe aense of We have received intelligence ofour troops having on a body ofthe enemys which hadoccupiedAijucen and are also defeated the French itf a very butchered inher bed the morning ofiher At ten oclock on the enetay com TO BE DRAWN IN ONEDAY f r 2 inform the Pub Shares arc nW on Safe it tleir they bet leave to w ulC ofthe jroent fir it necessary to gWfflft huh but will be against lariT Kni there Four dttticli be KvtralW ehritKd I ci titled to whatever Joot the Poor Tickets P5 Nl lubii will ronr On Ttk iwlttlifi menced a orecipitate leaving a heap dead to the jvith it quantity of and considerable anathat he is likely soon to retake Letters from our army state that the French corps in Minda will speedily be compelled to andthat xinr will be removed to that Jtau 4V From the Extraordinary Gaaette of the Go The peasants of nnable any to bear the multiplied oppressions tbeir ene took the generous against without more firearms than seven mus bnt their loyalty soon provided them with which they drove them vil The to revenge sent against them detachment of 150O but they were all either killed or taken The enemy afterwards united all their troops hi and marched General I tary theJndge the Dnke of sentedto MAJESTY Lord upon his being created tin Earl and being appointed President of the Boajd of AC forty a other articles The Spanish force in action wnpnnted to about induding 12O of the army 4000 of these werfc without Thie artillery on both sides was on their side a of ftbich de of ordnance the Spaniards were desti Tueloas of the Bounded iards in killed and That ithfr froin what came un4er our andfrom the jnformatiop we already bare beerx considerably The number of to Ponte wiib thejr the and remains of several bodies which they bad and bu ried combine to protethis nnn ber rather Four whicbhad been fitted out promptitude otrler of the SpatttBh mort materially the repulse of tn havjngkcpt irelWireefedfire on whenever the tide xperniitted approachthe aodflite f F s dismonn perseverance of Colonel COLONEt The by which it was decided on Monday fn the Courtof Bangs JBencE that UuVGentleinanir onaccoant a large snm of as a remtouratiou tietatt imestigutiou into tbecorldnct of tte Duke of has done more in a single moment to vanity xif popular applause than the ojpeneooeefariong series of Hewbo a few days since the idol of thepeople now to jKe lowest possible state of Eyoi hii which we yesterday and Which he the verdict to have been obtained by if admitted toits full give question be and the Dnke of Spauld as bftpledges prove Mrii Clarke to be per cair any can give credit to the testimony whlchshe fire against his Royal Highness If the inftmy attached to theTwlatfon 1 ajlthepewiftjes Jnrine the Whole course of his public fife u tu i i s who possessed the greatest influence with in the faithful discharge of the duties of his He in this important in flexible if he occasionally resisted tbe most importunate solicitations of private be had the consolation of reflecting that he had done his and executed his trustwith punctilious rigour and inviolable Fordyee died on the night of Friday in his 75th He had arrived in town the preceding Wednesday and it was his in in consequence of the advice ms to pass the season at Tunbridge He felt the first symptoms of his disso lution on Thursday morning at Ht was marriod to a sistet of Duchess of In 178 he in with Lord Barham and Sir John a Commissionerof the Latfd Revenue an3 in 1793 he was nominatedSurveyorGeneral of his Ma jestys Land How he iexeciited the duties of that office has been evinced in a man ner truly te his laboursand m tegrity by the Fourth Report of the Land Re venue laid before Parliament in April It appears that that the increase which took place in pursuance of his improve that departmentamounted nearly to a snm much exceeding what the most sanguine and chieffy arising from his superior and Fordyee the Borough of Berwick in Parliament for a series of years and his agricultural improvements at Ay near irere rjs nothine in bis appeal which 40 mpported Cfarke fBariues under thatplacej have justly attracted the attention aud acquired the praise of the best masters in this useful branch of A letter from Liverpool oftfie 3d states that from Liverpool to is seized in the for entering the United States IjOth The 44 Lord is to after pro tecting certain latitude the City of Marchioness of Earl Dover Tannton Marquis of Wel the United East ladia whicri she left nil These ships sailed from Madeira on the igth were off Jago on the 30th of that accident of the degcriptjon lately occurred at the Cape of Good Hope Three British OflBcers from the garrison hav ing gone out on a partyof pleasure tp the Tabfe by the tHey could regain the thelost their with his Envoy Minister Plenjpoteht iary the tfufted States of Anie took leave of his MAJESTY previous to his ItaviH His MAJESTY gave to the Lona Earls and BATHURST Lb Sir DAVJD and and who laltl befpreliis the proceedings of At six oclock his MAJESTY set offon his rer turn to TheJDukeof POKTLASD was prevented fronj attfending bis MAJESTY His Grace lias been during last four days the Yesterday the Marquis of arid other Military tiansnctedbur siness with the Earl of at his fn trillstreet The Noble Earl also transacted business Ear of and Lord theOrdnance We are compelfed by the length tance of our foreign JutdUigehpe to leave number of The first division of theexpedition atParts mouth is expected to Beitf perfect readiness to o The homewardbound Jamaica convoy of his Majestys shps MST and were spolce ou Stfiof Jtiue bythe Dttke of Montrose arrived at is confidently will soon Be gazetted as succeeding to a hi gh offi At the StaftprdshifeCoivity held on Lord GOWER iii proposed to be put in nbriaiijatibn for the ninty by the and seconded by the fani W AgHiS After some opposition from Wl much Myiength found way intothe town but no having beed received of his a patty went in searcb of iii i a They ere both found at foot of a mangled ip the dreadful One had already o and the other was just at the point of jBoth of these unfortunate sufferers were men in the of Officers 11 tRe nominationwas agreed No cause worthy of notice came on yesterday JCourt of Comnxon with the younger BARCLAY to go hundred miles in twentyfonr is otf by BAECtAY CAPTAIN destrian was pursuing his Jabonr at sU yesterday aud witb sanguine hopesof He does not as ariy jmcoivc niencefrom tlie want of he was iu ter Qrder vesterday than Tie ap vvgclc tie basto gonariftf Wednesrlay at four oclock in OLD trial of ijjjy ipjerestOCCB senteaoeof Death on TbfirnSr WiUiam MlllUm Maltbevr JRowsU Hfafton WJlUfcni John OLjries   

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