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Day (Newspaper) - July 11, 1809, London, Middlesex MAJESTYS SPANISH bothof Ae his MAJESTWtibclre o beSftLO on the at the on July uic VXUBF ipmc imiuoscof ikTlariug a Djvideiid Richmond Lot wiUvepnjiifeW I i i p I MnfoMi for the halfyear ending by Twcuty cArT ttn other July at Twelve oclock pre vuM cjtimuiice at One and COKE and respectable Meeting holdrn nn the 6th in tlir Chair iio nquevt the GasLight a 17 on or be i that the said Com ed to tiirm distribute n Rc A CUTS ins to tlii of ibis Meet i Kntand to Joseph i for their candid lie TlinnVs of this Mect for his explana Rfiiilutinns be signed by the in the the Morning Dally Prints as the shall seem VAN Thanks of this Meet for his AT a Three Miles distant Train there is now a vacancy for Two or ThteeYbnjlg of I J at Wfohfitffe LJ o also of Bookseller and Sta PUBLIC Spanish Merchant offers for a o nahtiitv of real PALE XERES and PORT WI and ft beini tne proance6f the eslates 6f his own finally Xerea delaFrrmtera and Douro he isehablecl to doit at a price well worthy the not ice of 44s per Applications made to Samuel Cor Wj at be ftH or and 8nd he Gray 4 2d Regiment of Lifr from the yth Foott tofteCbtfvit aij3 SofttfictHf inrjeop C frfcm pretnofedrfn thft fti tlie for jp iipVivileged fart of near fi 1M CUKE City half Six P Monday loth Ju VOORST lakes the earliest op the Siibcribern to tie triumph of fur ibis instant retnraed from tlic that the idea of selling tfce Mr Van Voorst intends pub of tlie Meeting which prn as taken in Slinrthaiid and again most earnestly i dispose of thiir property in for asmall Sented a within twenty minutes walk of the not Eastward must consist of two good sit two best Bed and two good lino addressed post paid to Lloyds will meet wflth immediate Rent and Taxes not otceed ng OS per near between Red LioHstrcet and on a with Back or connected wiHi old Houses or that might be converted to a which would be no ways offensive to the neigh person having surh to dispose please to cOmnmnirntc the stating where and to Clerlceb ren atfout particulars of Mr h HOUSE rfuperbly singnbirly elegant RESIDENCE tislwn and furnished in asufieriofstire of taste and and in the perfect sJaie of situate as abovementioned ttndmay beyicwed by with printed Parti may be had of Harry New V 1st Regiment of jlragoo tUc fiad to be vice Irtth Regiment of Drri irojn the 7101 to Vice who 16tb tihitlmtin Csdrt fnorjr trow Hfc Royal to TICC appointed in tinblll lst Regiment of Capktni to Le by vice promoted in the SOtJi Foot Linitimant Cloverfo Captain of a Coin by vice Frazer John Byerlcyto n orVr frmn rw ITOttAGE tlLX4 nmplv of Wfel and in Westminster to Purchase or for a term of in any bf principal in the vicinity of St a i ivi of the the Dis General Mreting held at July IBOg in tu this Charity was declared li ut lillrr nfthaiiUs be sent to Haijt iuMiie i of a Physician to this Cha J 3d of Aiieurt it il tiijt ibe same be by to coiri close at usual respecting elections be of atid all Go nsidinK out of the boundsFor own as also all Latrics ly letter appoint other Governors Hcrtiun by at tin has not paid lib or ihv piecrding the i Ittrblc to the office df Pnysirlah tincure of or is Physician to in I i tTic Monthly Committee do meet on Jay Of at six oclock in thfe 11 to examine the tejtimoniuk liiftVrint and admit an I ihnt the said CoinmittcV in itiiy Governor practising Uu but the Members df y do I ih tlians of this Meeting be given to lus iinpiiitia4 conduct in the ifir OKli r u price delivered before a very nu iiml respect ill le Meeting of the Proprietors f Cum held at the City of London ilir 6th of JOHNVAN AlcinVT of the Society of Merchants trading also by acfjuaiiu the that Tickets and are on Sale at their and facing the Gate of the Charms Tliere are but Num i J each tc iljwn in One of cf of S 12 Srhemes nt large of of TO BE DRAWN IN ONE DAY I respectfully inform the Pub Tickets and Shares are now on Sale at all their sane tune they beg leave to recommend to the ir hntnds hc Scheme of the present will merit tbtirarrrobatioh and to Rvmt it is necessary to onlV Numbers in the of r lusher than and that whole will bf CAPITAL I 8 of la of 500L or r I Four Hckets of each lllc of gaining Eighty Thousand to be Drawn in One i Oth of 50O 100 50 15 SUO be entitled to in near the Bridge a moderate sized fcAMILY with convenient aud extensive accommodation for ser and good stabling and coachhouse in good re pair and recently fitted tip the more desirable auyof tie Fnrnitnre suited to ithe House be taken at a fair va Apply if by postpaid to Bedford sqoare Privy Gar dens or street would he of Wfel and mgMjc conveaience and anu wTSicihcin BSfli pH be required at a re treat prowtoity to tBe MctrVj atfd the healthful enjoymeuts of jnstical The is at the csterfc fexlrremity of tEjaphani Coii mou the Premises arc witb nedt and judiciously oil the scitc aCout two acted Md osirWiHi in shrubbery and May be viewed by witb iuitj lit nad ff 73 New A RUN X3L a rooroyfAMI LT H airy and extensive in connptete ready for the immetliate reception of a rerv di sirable as a professional to New WLMSLEDON To be cirgantly A icopitsJ standing hi an inclosed paddock of ninety large rnouijh to acconimoilafe tBc family of anyNobleman dr Gentleman Mill orthree and stables for twelve be viewed by with may be Tiad of Cafntri MAN rich Meadow and Manors be fur seven A dtsiiahlc furnistied with ail rtquisile eitcHIrtt stocked and and about cj bf rtcii meadow and To bfe hy with Par witli aiid Land To be tar three a compact completely with offices all excellent walled and various twenty acres of land j abounding with ele gant recently aiid elegantly fitted rtflWpTrSing lea principal and se condary and and other requisite rooms and and stabling for Ruir a pntittrtteorid Tolty cropptd healthy thrabbery and laid oat with rastei and begJHHcd by tEe iu which tlM rigb of together with ten acres of rich pasture and at right of The aituatioa iiwittiin and in a fine sporting part of the thcr particulars mrfy be by via To be without John vice vice pjo motcr Jonathan vire pto i 2d Freeman Barton to be Captnin of u without Sth HospitalMafc to If vice brbtnottir in 6th Lieutenant Roljert the Kil kenny to be ffth Hospital Mate Charles Waring o he Assjs tantSoqjeolnr 9th from the 4th En dja to be Captain of elegantly fur nobfeand wellarranged with a suitable suite of hath exfcrior and situateon the West side the residence and property of a principal floors dis ajraite of capacioUsapartmcnt8 fitted and furnished in a EtilcaidiiiUh correct taste the parlour and chamberstorks are arranged add pcr every a targe mid respectable family the offices afiorjl cverj comfort and ronveni and tie of the Fremiscs are iu cxcdltat repailand held for f tcnn of at a1 tritlmp he viewed by Tickets be IrtuT at 73 New llpper Tue improrrd arii efcgonf late of shnate at the extremity of TDi by niay In Iiadof CAPITAL FREEHOLD in one of the principal be LET or a capital spacious FREEHOLD wltTi foods dnncnsionsr and erery convenience for a large family of the first situate in one of the squares at the of the with coachhouse and adjoining the Tlie houses wft be let separately hut together they of fer a most desirable sitoation for an Hotel fiT lie fiitrt and the Proprirtorwill not object tolet them for that Immediate possession be viewed by with may be had and anil Taroworth be near srtcn miles from Westwinytcrbridge House in sHoatc at an agreeable distance from the and contains spacious apartments on the second with suitable bedchnmbcrs offices of all descrip planned for the accommodation of a recently altered and improved by Lord for his own re with excellent and and about s6 acres of meadowlaud round May be viewed hy with may be had of Warwick FLEETSTREET and be by the Worshipful Conipany of together or on repahng for 21 years from Two situate on the North side of 180 aud in the occupation of aud Stationer aud also KrveHOIIPCE on tht West side of Proposals scaled up to be delivered at Drapers on the 13th day of before 11 on which day a Court of will be held to receive and treat for the particulars may be application at the Clerks at Ilraperl any morning after the egtb between ten ahd except Ul Mlc to in T pureon Mta Iianiber he may by Two Tickets v foAfi S2mt Prop on Sali at aBtht YORK and LEEDS aud POST COiTJITESi will set out from the Golden every morning at half past five breakfast at thi Rtd Barnet dine at Eaton sop atGreVhatn Irnii breakfast at the Red Doncastev aud arrive in Leeds hy twelvci York By There are only four coachmen cmplbjprf an3 tfcfe aide guard and coach go Every exertion hisbeen and WiU continue to be to render this best conveyance on the North BOULTON mud the Golden following Carnages set besidt many others too to Liverpool expeditious Post only One night monifng Holyhead and North Wales every and Birmiughani Post every jnorning at and Oxford every evehnjgi new Post Milrord end Cbelteni ham every CbeUenham and Oxford ArundeU Little Hampton Coaches f of larje bpnniog Into a phinred healthy aodn cornpitent range of domedie npnrt raents and hot anil cold with capnoility ti enliirge for Uic accommodation uf a more extensive fa The have recently undergone nn ixprn sivp and now in the most complete and tasteful and with the modem noble pier and ctiiain6y carpets and may be purchased on advantagcous and inimcdiatc en be vfcwed by with furtter had of New newlybHiltSPORTIXGLO 1XJ called the moetTOiuanticallv and happily situatt fiir on the banks of the river sheV tered by a slcrdeh of mountainland in its aud envi roned by a hoinesthll of 30 aereSbf rich and fertile mea with of an immense trtct of intercepted by the IhuH black paiticulaily suited to a IcteM SporfsnVatt possesses every requi site U fitted the exterior offices are stabling and kennels foctwenty brace of With a stream of passing through portable convenience for their with for the furtherance of a SportsniaiCx aad is iii every respect tire mctet conplrte box of jta kind particnlarsfmay be known of Harry New lth Lieutenant William Fibm the Soujh Down to be 13th Ensign Josiah Shadircll to be by vice 20th Ensign James to be without 22J Richard to be by pilr vice j 29th Lieutenant Philip from the Dubftn County to be 3id XVilliaiu to be by pdr vice GcirtVman Cadet Hector from tie Royal Military to be vice whi 3gth Ensigh Edward from the 6oh to be by vice pro loth Ensign Hugh from thieAVick low to be 44th Ensign from ibe Royiil African to be without vice Tur 47lh Ensign Lcckie be vice deceased Ensign Saranel Clarke to be tjen by purchase Robert Gcut fo be En vice William to be without purchasej vice 54th to he without 63d Stirgeon ITilliam the 5tU to bo vice aripoinled the 1st Dragoons from the Rojuifjriinall be AssistanJ 6sth Thomas Dun ro bp without VRO pryiBitfod ysth 7ist tobIrSecoad i Second Lawrttoee Tube First kietaKjnautv jftiptamBeiiry Evatt to Second Captain to be vice Evatt Ftrst LJeotfemitrt HcuiyfTxjbbs vice Cerdew Second lieutenant Alexander beFirat HiAbs tojje Caplain FiirLiea vioe Gossct Second Lieutenant WiUiaia Jones to be First Ltute uaut Uvb Capmiu WilBam Bennett to be Fit John Williams to be Seomu viceJJpnntttvSecond LjctfeBant Edhard f jciisto Ut First Lieutenaul vice Second Cnp tam Ftter to be Fuit Lietfteaant be Suooud Captain vice Patten Second Lied teunnt jlliam AVard to be FhM vice Boothby Secund George iy be Captain First Lieutenant Edirard Parker to be Second Captein iice Russ Scronu Litutenant Saimicl Treueh to beFirst vice Parker Second Captain John BY to be Captain First Lieutenant William Holloway tobe Se vico Uy Sirqnd Ijnigli to he First viceHollowin liieu tcuaut Ricliard Botcler to be Captain Second Lieutenant Joseph Lqngley to Lp First vice Bolder First Lieutenant Henry Vavasour Ju be Sccoud Copiaid Second Lieutenant James Gonicn 10 be First Sdtoncd Mi cijsUi fo be Second Captain Lietttfliarit Gfurre Pariity to he vice Fiist Lieutenant Samuel Romilly fj be Secuuil Captain Sietnd IJcntenant flcnry vice Romilly Ffilt LifutenaptsWilliam Payne to be Sect1 d Captain Second UonahTMBoaaW to be Fiivt vice Second Ross to bo First Secoad O Jones to he Fust Lieutenant Secocd ticuttuiiiii Rr charJ to be First Lieutenant Gtutlcnixn Cjdtt Methnish fobe Gtn Cadet Uilliaiu Ord tobt Second Roynl of Caclci Bayly to be SecondLieuienaiit GHitlcmau Cadet Frac lisStamvay to be dilto vOia I to lie ilittb Gentleman Cadet fieury Geutlvmun Cauct to ditto Lien tenantColonel Charles Ccokou vice be Lieutenant rice A r rice Vincy te Caltain V1C1 n t BVcr to he Second vice ciuid Lieufcnant Jutrf Davies to be Fiist Leutuaut vice LEASE bf d DWEtLINfJ held for an nbexpireij tvrmof upwards of eighteen a fhocfcrafe The which is neat aud aud adapted to the is to be taken by the hy be viewed by with Parti may be had of MANSION and in the neighbourhood of Bichmondj spa cious elegant recently repaired and put into the most complete for the accommodation of a Nobleman or Gentlemans Family of distinction witB hed detached a capita n andplanled with numerous an fdrrn yard and nearly twenty etRDt miles from o with may be Warwiclc APICAL MANSION and wfthlii nic miles of To be SOLD or LET on a much admired ES TAJE comprising an elegant substantialbuilt ajdptttf fdrtnc of a Family detract Ion ott the andprincipal in the first and fitted maHtecQUnifeypteces and ruahojanv necOjndary with riutberons admirably tr of descriptions to such an esta ca rfrid stables for Cadet John tbeTWyalSlltifary Coii to be vicfr 7tlb iaeitcnant William Cnp taiuofa Parker to be purchase Ensigu Cjl rus Danlcll to beditto David Campbefiv to be Parker Charles StdVe foht vice DaniellHospitalMale1 SnnTuelJones to hie i pittOj Ensign Alexander Sutherland to bfe Lieutenant by vice promoted ib the 50th r 83d Lieutenant TCobert from Royal Starl Captain jof a without vice 84th lieutenant from the Meatp to be f S3th Lfcufennnt WiRiam iffom Louth be Ensign Lieutenant John I from the Ltitrim to be j Jolt Ij Twestekua been hy the by the Eiiglish onthe sea sick tlmt Marmonts arftlyfias dwindled to men in the cotirle of iU uiarch frgru Chastellar opposite The Ausiriana have whicti is sup posedto bedestined tor the headquarters of the King of Iris said a COTI of 18 of francs aWbcLii iaic on die inhkbkankof llussiaji courier Leraberg on iGth for the of Prince Ciiarles which gives torth to An iiibnrrertion 1 Jut iii province of Mermen yas lately the gf are astonished at the ioactivltv f arUiies in It s sard h the royal de cree respecting American This occa bions a gi tat Haclnation in price uf Colonial letters from VieapaxiJ ibe that large drovts rf cattle liajelaruly ur froTn the Duriube areof such a peculLai thai diitinicrion fre y for leave view They secured by SJaJjes dnvtininto the it is impossible te desuoy them besides stationed ni tne vitiintv of to impartto all a different so 80th Theodore 1 to Lettcra from tue 22d X T i t t 1 Ill the to be vice promoted on the OSth John to be with out vice promoted in lUn 9yth by pur vice promoted in the 101st Lfeiitenanf from the to be Ciptaiuofa wrthout pur Corps George from the Royal tp be Ensign without vice x Inuin Captain Thomas the gth to be Captain of a vice Fptey l Royal African Egbert Gent fo without vice appointed to the isttiarrison Perry to be vice whotc appojntmcht has not w 1 4 II 1 I t 3 J June the King titrtl at that time Set out for Two gardens i imd with iron ftttcsjir the Estate andpiBBtnre oanrtifrdly forty land to ftU fneVrcat Western and the the through the for viewing may be had 8th Veteran Captthu JStllbm fiom they 1st to be Captain of a vioeLi appointed to the Cuth Foot i I Charles Lutyens Philip to be CbroBKissariciGeneral of dnd oragetaihc Nathaniel from to be Physician to the forcesAirej to be ditto Deputy Inspcctbr John nn Inspector of Hospitals Surgeon tdbt Deputy Inspector of John from tjie 1st Jacob from the S5th William yassalltfrom SthTfiot William fioin the Foot Victot the ssd of V George fidin the dd Liffit ftftntrjfiarta of ditto Wflliam isfh Elfhl tp be Surgeons to the the 82d is being absent without Corps of Royal General probably for this the ore dtmoiistratious io indicate aii iiifeiiiion itteinitirijr a destcal OR the witfi of Yiom 9 to 000 rBANKS OF THE KfiAR The battle of tTie Iitn grtjvt credit to In tfte by The two arruies of Printe and the Palatmfe nave crossed t ttidS abandoned of rifjljt lianjcsof the Datinbe to the victorious Royal Amsterdam Gazelle of July RUSSIAN The following Imperial Edict was issued on 14th of iaat mouth Danube at Twiss to be Colonel Commandant 3 Litutenant ColoUe AVilliam Johnstqne to LTeuteriant Colonel Colonel vice JoTmsloiie Second it C t viciBi Smart to be to L ain3ohn Brevet Hi Vice Second Lientcgont Anthony JEmmcttcto be First vice t Robert tleufeiiarit CoTonert vice JTamlltonieentleipaa Cadet AWsht 1 w Richard ilc Eienlenanf toTonel f Captain John TT Jona to be vice Fletcher how firmly Russia has endea voured ibragcstoprotecl ttie traileef on by Powers it is notorjons wiih what courage that empire ha sheltered the interests of trading nations from tfie fury of the Trne to unalterable we entertained a hope that Burins thepresent rupture with the trade with allied nations would also no motive to themof a different But the experience of last year nascbrivincedT us that rhechcmy has fouiidmfansto neutral jor the benefit of and feel accordingly obliged to adopt the following measures in drdertb preveint ft Captain whp enter any of our ports is bound Co prove his ship or vesstl to be neutral by the the bill and the aiid thr cargo the the bill of 1 is n and B certificate of the origin of the Incases wheje the whole or pmt of the eargo belongs to the Captain or and the ship has set sail from Ame ricaor the West isbound for those any oC those documents he the Captain shall Immediately leave the audnot be permitted to dis chnrgj his Ships in part laden wjth which can be proved to be tire prxUuctibil of an enemys at tliejfgods declared iu behalf1 amount to more than qf the but tne be declared giVen will npt jjf th if any circurastances appear whifch do not anee niipe that in the other uMHsVit cleaViy yppeSre that the papers hare been duly signed by havirf
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