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   Day (Newspaper) - July 14, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PL BUSHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX PRtCE SlAPrvM i UK r rt of the LONDON M M A N V hereby give That a K tj pnnpiME CumiSny L LUTING tf the PROPRIE at tbc City of on Jny ou i tjv tlie ynrposcuf declaring a Dividem fur Ilir halfyear ending the J the by of Tweuty i he viar and onother affairs July coraincuce at Ouc and Mi J KANCL July 1809 General Pro at their House in at Oneoclock t r tiie lal Halfyear willbe on or an mlitor take place in of the JOHN c v j botli of the r TTTI wlrcted frum will i M IT nt Eleven ot thtnsoal place i will consist of a aiiigk PLAN lll ill be Played in iiic between and i rhiMiswtiil Guineas a I Elivcn U ofB Uini Beauclrtk Br LaHihert Small Ayling r7 tnVrn place in t uf Mr Cricket tu I willlioU A GREAT TIEDUCTION ON IRISH LINENS THE BELFAST LINEN COMPANY tisvc tbe to announce to he hat baring procured a great quantity of at a very a crtat reduction has place on their Spring wtiicn arritcd at their agents in and iciH be foirod rouch lineailravebeetk ibr same past At they lurariabff tilaMk On Hie without cliemicil be theikliiMne svybede They leU na trtiile bat tnsh Lioea aud not less than a wirraoted free from and if not the inoney No tenKpr Sercml Linebrfraficrt and others taring our caution apiost ac iltCep as otr cab be tw boHwe in bat Ruisulatreetr exactly opposite the Agent to the CacJi irinh CKeBBttd L ELCLOSSrespecttijily iutorons Inwill nibmit to their la grated ziuUulwUnlial Brick OWEU ucar J58 and DWELLING I rly Il Sale a i r XKRES and PORT WIN and rctatcR oT bb revi 1 11 Frutitria and he in enabled to Roitliy Hie ootict of He SjaniuelCor mill I Strsnd i illsstON KliSJN wtio has for several years resided i who is with moat of attend that wishes to ett i House to purchase CalUcoea addWssud to at M with real on or before Jiry will be duly attended unir and if l HOUSE and on the Great Wertern from HydePark by ilir of i ly fur three yean the Buck with vcrjLextensive and lofty wifh a great Variety of vi ti in fort two xcrlUrat itahlc for fiwi ho rvtryderCfiplioBi ii most dctirabte a i tio and by ttayV Red tfcp and of an I at Ueptford aud Her Suan 9 in Kent Pept i b pur uit tu Decree of the High Court of s whereiu Sir and JOHM tl Jo one at the Roman Utopt u ttic Stl iiv EmUVeo i small part in foimerly Buttons the iihjus now in hand a o I vith live lei at rents amounting to 19 iu Churcb V t it ihi ycarVy rent of each a piece ol 4 perches Ratfa let at tbe yearlyVent of S i at thecurncroif let at rot of Us Lot Two Pieces of i1 Lot partly freehold and a Small pari for an onexoinvl tettn 888 eoncamibi 3 3 V with the buildings tui juexpircd Urra of yean and a at f a to Freehold numbered 34 rp 45 at amounttaj Lt IV A I MchoW for t rm of 47 a roundrent of Sfil m tlie Admiral Havdcc Poblkx ra let oi lease fur un unenptret at a rent of Four to and tt rents amouutiaj to per annum ii a ami let on an uaexpired term of 13 at a ell AYearly GroundRcnt of I7s7 1 vref and in a i by a Vase to for 67 from 1789 a Yearly Ground Rent o u out ot two in 4 and ceeared by t7 wanting two from t 17 Shares of each to the Kent is Eipht Shares of each in the Dept Printed Particulars may n Mitttr j Dana andCrus Mr OJd Broadstreet the Rnaaaa Eagle Artmiral way be SALES BY PRIVATE rrjEMPLE LEASE of Three JL in Temple a net income of upwards of forty pounds per Particulars apply to No near F FREEHOLD with near Windsor and FREEtTOLD with and gar den t he whole iu good and well calculated small or a sporting man also a close of cigln acres of excellent land let a short Particulars jpid Tickets for viewing of and Dealers in Bri tish LEASE of a HOUSE iu the abore in which it has been established a Jong rery adcantageonsly situate U Brotopton Premises are held for about nine at an old rent of so guineas per more than which he made of the The only reason the Concern is parted is owingto the recent death ticulars and Tickets fun of Co O Brewersj West India Wte aud flic 5 Hit equal to Ae stills hreto consist of a and k witb heads and copper wurms also a copper Still and with copper contents aerer been ixtd also a secondhand brewing contents about 20 complete also a copper still and with Copper 700 gallons auo her ditto Ooo aad sercral smaller it Caves Copper West Smith YORK and LEEDS aAd POST will set out from the Golden CrMa morning at half past fire at Red tarnrt dine at titonsup at Grethara sftfiut ar Ibi Rrt DotKostef and arrhr in by aad Tofk by at There are obly rour coachmen aud the uu yo throughout Erery has and will continne to he this the betteoayeyancv on GEORGE BOTJtroK ind Fnun others Mo to Jpeididn Liverpool expeditious Post out every iiioniinif at and fctrmtngham nMf Post oaehijij every morniBf at and Okftird ertfry a new Post at Mirford fend Cbeltcn lam every Cucjtmiiun aad Orfard irw and only Day mry moruinj at six East Portf tsle of yhiches Little Hampton Do TVI UPWARDS of in Capital bi the tMrtl ttd ttst GRAND of In OtAflLate Four afised Tbinauci approtoi JLoaeryomw ntnetttMtantial of Land rtnaitein which tfee yeaf aadnroyed by them naoa Cojarittftottbo Hoti of tobe but as havMtoce Tslketj and are on fiafc Half Ooarter Ticket flslfighta I SUteentb 1L R ana thK Tieketaadd liOTTTBRV oSate at tfetir OfficerBank and being tbt There are a each of of SjBKk 8 of of 5DOL atjlyg STATE TO BE DRAWM W SWIFT and respectfully the Puh all their Offleeu time amnttea of thdr which they wot wflli order to prerent coom na This Lotiwy be eeriratty entitled td whatever arnst aWoniau between as and 35 ycarrof sbe will He required f York andTiuperiateint of two cbjl dren mrm four to Bix years the psssnze suitabl willbe and DO appttcatlou need be made unless tooil reference be Inqnire at in T a Pereon well as and heiV to reside in the housed produce proper meqsof WritiTW nud Terms to be di recTed for PORTUGAfc AKD SPAIN Public are informed that Six Numbers of ttw taken in Spain and by the of andCbaplain at Brigade to tbe are DOW Names re ceireirby John Portland place or of Wileys where specimens of the woffccomplete may be Lttrgepapef imall ditto to THE 4xH In consecjoence of irythe enemy new the village of General Bianchi wished to make trial of tljfeir and whe ther they had cksisted from the 05 16 pieces of cannon had tarried away from the batteries Wti the about threw some grenades into the houses which were standing in But at the first fire the batteries and their troops ett that we were able to estimate tolerable accuracyv They fired during a wiiole hour iu the which had already suffered amch on the 4th on the side aUo in some distant as the and the dVd flot answer this They were then till the when they vigorously bombarded our entrenchments from ten till half paat Oaf brides were set on sotsiewhat The bridge the shower of balls bombardment of the it was jirjes tendered us enemy has his near and is hrowing tip the Island of which we Mnrshal Davoustis are in where several thousand most of are en The French of in TbeftHdxtingomclaiqidiice has been received After the attack town n which the erjeruy garri in the night rMwlseh tligth and nod continued for three not wit hoat considerable hu on borh after endeavour had been in vain made for the relief of die found hiidsdf this eventug obliged to The gurriaort ttan escorted over the A considerable quantity of artillery and ammuni tion was left which a more circutn aetmint ahall be JTJSTK SaXon Majesty command the troogg anfer the orders of Majnr Serieral TDernn w and appointed tile former Officer W another The copy of a letter from Royal Highness the Arcliduke Charles to tlie of wicb It was found in the by Celpftl Tiiieltriaun after his en imuce into of the tenth corps of the anny vutdvr the of EiJtf elleocy Generaf lOftNMS CUB OK l June WitliB concern in which yonr wiH doubt vilh learned tte your HiglmcEs vhich cultceJ Saxov been fnilty of extortions aprf excrssw wiuch reader forgottea f be oppressions of tlir itt danger of guod fame b nrt nf fill ftl L hive given unkra to fifUkMafftei Jo wlioin 1 have cojamand of Abe Austrian troops in wrl whether Ttt K loaj the tioops naders your coui oiiiva part of urnay is who feel cobtJrry Can only be revtratned by the fear genenU autlio yuur en thU SStbof are under and Geoe rftl TM as took the road to Tins mdtaent a smiitfexpdlitron bajs sailed of abQOjt tarjUi andtwo for thert sides have risen aeahtft and in a yery snort time the 6 df fliii Worth of We are in pf the grand ex wHWIt df tto North of we are in houtry Pftne grand cx can anything foa miydipendiupon from We Tfccived accounts of ihe landing of l at TLi JL jil GERMAN BULLETIN OF THE ABSTRIAN Jane According to a report from General dated the the Saxon on the approach of the Austrian left DresjW with 3700 aud re treated to In the night of the tlth he how ever made an attack on the advanced puats established towards and probably flat wed tauself that he would retake possession of the town by i surprise but the Duke of Brnnswick proceeded against him with the advanced obliged him to fly and pursued him towards Severn waggons with Saxon wounded prisoners liaie arjived at The Insurrection troops took a position as a corps of observation behind the not far from the town of that and extended by the right wing resting on the The height of which formed a salient angle in the was mounted with and tlie Arahertlorf us dclcuiieJ dj On the left wing was the Of new raised re giments of As the enemy had several days be fore made attacks on the advanced and had scut some detachments across the Ippcr the Archduke John with a part of ihe army corps under his command by to support his brother the Archduke and on the 12th had already formed a junction with him near On the 13th the enemys advanced guard had the vineyards of fruru on the the Archdnke Palatine The anticipated the ami drove n our advanced The Viceroy of who was reinforced Marshal Davousta deployed als itb by Czanak aud KisBarat towards Puszta Fromtltis position at one oclock the enemy made an attack ou wlioleof our aud by vigorous to break through our Column infantry advanced to the arsd were driven Our infantry wns Jrawn up m and adVance n All the of the enemy were abortive mtilat length he succeeded in taking the Maderdorf an lie chapel of From this moment the bat tie became and the heights of SzaliadHcg ormed the scent on which each further step oftbeenem1 was fought Under a beary ire of the at ack was renewed and The enemy manoeuvred at the same time against both which notwithstanding that the centre maintained its position were at last compelled to give This occasioneda wbich took place nt five by in he direction of FieldilarsAials Uegsefcy am covered the opposing the pursuit of the who advanced no farther than where right put an end to the contest Ot the following dry lie Archduke Pntatioe proceeded to as the large lain of tbe Aes afforded no advantageous TFhe lossoo our side was from 1 sort to 2QOO in klltel The loss of tbe enemy mitst be fir as ho was cansttltUy tatfoteH to heavy The division of tbe Bavarian General Dcroy has uffered another dcfcit iu the Thus have the rave a second t conquered their All the frotri fitt Geaera Oeray bas at ia TheAustr after having wot their patroles o three miles have etreated from the of Naunrburgb and t Jesu His Majesty has received accounts from leadquartets ol the Observation Corps in Upper which state that on the 40th the of the to the n umber of three from Bregenby at tacked They repulsed ivith great On the they also attacked the posts at Ivempten with a superior but they were compelled fell with Hessiaas onlyare c by General Letters from that serious npgn ciations for peace are carrying oo and that Na poledn will certainly celebrate birthday loth of August the French JBSE On the 28th the headqumers of tbe Dutch General Oatien were at Coldizj between c and The Batch ami Westphalians had aijri the King of Westphalia expect ed on the 30th to enter of 100 and at least equal ber of On Monday two Uattalions narch hence to fravellers direct froiA Trieste that a war contribution of ten millions of franks has required of that The report of a contri iqttoo of niiHtous of franks is certamly ex aggerated As the first instalment amouoting to two was not paid at the appointed hostages have beet taken from the houses and to Palnaa t is known that Trieste is jiqt among tajaa maritime where griwt ridie Several there have lajge snmn in io onial Jujrc The ColooelGeneral Marshal the Dake oi Abrantes proceeded yesterday afternoon ftpm to Hanau to assume his new It s believed that the headquarters of the ibservation will soon be from Hanan to in order to form an junction with the army of the King of and hat jbe united after completely driving the Lustriana out of will make a diversion in FftdittvTHE OF THE JPJTE lKje Jtesfrion cotpH in Saxony is of According to reports from the Polish head at dated on the the Gene ral of cavalry who hitn self so much as commander of the Polish Legion O n defeated the Austrian corps under Ge icral near on the and also obtaiueil anoiLier victory ou the l2th on tlie Large magazines of Invc been ouisd ut Sulgostow and which the Auitrians had not time to JDLY The Swedish Major who is returned1 from ho left ou the 26threin baiked here yesterday Coy The King of Saxony has iatued two Procra mations out to tiie Pules of the Duchy oj the other to iiia Saxoa JUNE The army of the Archduke which is now and is daily has thrown up fortifications on points of the and adhered to its plau of defensive The sends detachments tofjungaiy and Germany to alarm the rear of the It also appears to be intended in a short time to have more corps acting under aud in and According to certain from Frank for a Peace between France and Austria are carrying under the mediation of We are in hopes that our Sovereign will soon return This about noon the King of Westpralia left this and advanced the whole of his army to the neighbourhood Before his departure he was waited on by a De putation of the His Majesty issued here the following OEDEH OF tUe rapidity of our and the perfect combination of our bare had the same effect on the rf had lost a Only the before yesterday he irtsulted our and threatened nothing less fire kstruetion to our toKns and Today be flies fiili of terror he fore He has scarce beeD able to hear the look of our adranred He occupied eight days in advanrinj froifc Dresden to and baj obtained no advantage except disco Tering that it requires only two days to arrive fjum Leip sic tn He IM still on tbe hanks of the while we were ou the He did Dot it thai we would encynoter either fatigues even when if was necessary to hasten to oor worthy ally the King of Soldiers I youhave obtsinod a lo the friendship the brave and you in a similar reckon on their assistance with the same noble as they on JEROME Roysi Chief of the REUBELL EXTRAQT FEOM A SECOHD OP THS BERLIN COURT OF THE IST WHlCB risS BEEN PRINTED LATER THAK THOSE BY THE HAMBURGH MAIL this of t three oclock the wajeceiyed the follow JTJNE Thf troops which arrived here matched again on the in pursuit of the the King himself followed them on the and promised to clear Saxony of the Austrwns in a few to accounts received from Dres den of the the army Laving re reinforcements of 5000 which force has taken post in theehVirons of jecting tbe The Austrian army is with a train of 50 pieces of and ia commaoded by This Dapmenita froto the Westpha tfartmgh to ordw all   

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