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Day (Newspaper) - July 18, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED MOllNlNG City of Lon fouuty Jjlm 934 M 9 2 U s ucr 505 18 2 24 V Vn at lilt to Spain per Ins Slajtsrys ship and per the Fcimina Knapsacks Contivas Iamp kettles i3 Clustb and cases of inrdiciiie I Pounds of lint 39 Cases of cbirargical instruments 9 6 CnjiilM i 17 2 4 U rn rxdUency tbe Marquis of ido Sniieme of t j l till the Rigt i of the dated TV i i of Gorernmcnt of the tht liilics 1as had n iibiinc Irttci which jwu hare had tie to ni oftdet date of the sentiments townoh the Spauisb nsocctable ami of London haveaot applauding only the noble and loyal in its rontest against thehlackest Irehin nul iiiii riolrnt ufurpation that any age bas hut ilinrc alsu M take au active part To the uf lj aiding us most k til mruns at your ia tbe just defence mill Nothing can do more to fintrtnciils of generosity and patriotium ouMfoiiirrlaiai be maiie to the gratitude of the Uj3 In and in that of Central I honour to assure your that unh drcpfelt thankfulness your promise their sincere and everlasting Tncf and liberal exertions will prove as ef jn estimable iu the view of the Spanish snJ u Two brave and allied oa MI the altar of honour to resist M hold oat a laudable example by ihc tyrannic Invader of Europe with united efforts will finally over Bv order of KOTOW OPTIONAL NOTICE is herebygiyen to the HOLDERS mn to Midsummer of the fnuu agreeable to the Act of ilic 27th by application to the Conimit Vulture ten the hours twelve and two By order of the PATRICK Clerk to the Croydou Canal TO JL MiddlesexThe Tjnvstees for Jptiiin lutxrrutionan Act of passed in yur of tht reign of his M ajestyi King George the Inter the said will BIO the Vesrryroom of tbe Parish ill Friday the 21 rt day of July at Five Attcnioon to receive proposals from any Person or Personswho nf to contract for public limits of the said fotone from the August JOHN Clerk to the will be received after half past fiye may be and a Draftof hy to the WITH ONLY 8 of 1QOL be Drawn in One respectfully inform JETS and SHARES are on Ssleat PoHltry The Scheme of Stste M ind affords the Vrwe unmense Sum of n whichV may be fo MchaMnE wbole ofillumberVor r Present 2Jt OtOilEighi fit iu a or me fiign voar rri a Cause MAfrGBECOR f Jons of the parish of in the coiintv of Middlesex Gentliv POST Cwwf e tat Red Lion n JJM riTC in onc and the Every ewtion tw d wffl SALES 1JV PRIVATE ELEGANT COTTAGE with aud acres capitul meadow from and a beautiful part of the county of J3 miles from Plan and Elevation of the Premises may be seen fit Squiblis who is to treat byTrivatc FURNISHED or Unfurnished Vicinity of and Cavpudish be DISPOSED of VET on Three containing two and three rooms on a in good repair qne ofwhich offers a de siniVc opportunity person entering iulo aud wishing for a good lo Dorset V PENTON be for Hie tprni of four years from Midsum mer a Modernbuilt convenient of twu rooms on a with good in excellent trith moderate sized and spacjoiis washbouse and laundrj situate ill the preferable part of Pen fijc Kixtnres anda small part of the Furoitule adapted to the rooms to be taken at a fair Immediate maybe Particular apply to JaqacKv price same work in By TJlOildS consists of 200 engravings with some Prefatory Uiltium Jlnce Nine and COMPL now Criti of JOHN with E rst und of be By Author of thefjty uf the Last This Day is hy price thirteen ill cluding SnictuVfcs d v jW on in Pa KESI CE and i2 acres of eHfible TREEHOLD desirably Kuate a fine sporting part of the county of Kent three miles from Seven fire from Faruing 11 is from Tunbridge and 21 fcom consisting of a roomy comfortable Dtrclliug with suitable for a respectable fu staliling for six detached and other requisite large walled productive containing toge ther with or without 22 of exr cellent meadow und arable near the in high The landtax is and early posses sion will be To be and further particu oaapplication to Wiartanfey and Putcr for Wfllkm of whptainay be by oa Art orthe IttmunstniDce of 4arts irhh Notes Tliinl JlditioB ipVcb TbisDaj royal two Eugiwqgg uf Cey the Red and in tbe Years Viscoitut seventy that pur At large Views in uted from Drawings iEnelas air Daniells Ttc whole are nrice of the same time is ptihKsiii by iu the sa mounted ami deliveredJB a of it was impossible to believe they conk ajj prove 1 is iu lishcd following i ORDEROF THE Imperial May the the person named Cbastc styliug himself a General in he service of Auslria tJie luorer of tliv insurrection in the charged with Being the author of tbe ou the Ba varian aud French frontiers by the being made be carried alVIilitary if judged oe within 24 Prinreof Vice At the battle of General carrying an order to an advanced was made prisoner try 25 The Emperor of jiroud of so easy a caused to be published an ortfer of the conceived in the following terian COUNTRY six from be entered on an excellent FAMMLY with Mobfeijg for large oUMflSbo of cverydcscripjionj capital flower And with and alionjldjng with conveT a social village through which coaches pass to London every farther ynrticnlara apply to Robert be fora term of a capital JL REStDENCE ia the mos desirable part of consisting of an Wcellent Dwelling convenient offitra aod roomy houses having the advantage of a bftcb en trance to the safee the well adapted for carrying on ail extensive business of any either in a wholesale or retail orfor a Possession may be ns4 particulars apply to Black and Middle guineas the Phja is intenUed as a uioie Illnstration to tiOoCvcibtias This price is The Academic Orator tf diversity class of for the vac of Scffooltiand icrtatiotf ou inpStly By Oe as of at the latr PBfiLTC iish Merchant offers for Salej dentK of Xeres de la Frontera aud Bonrq he tij dok at a price well worthy the per to be mad Valuable and Af flicted with Truss maker to the Society relief if the Rap tured announces to the with that lie has discovfred amethoo of apply means of which a pure in naany cases will be and engages to keep up the difficult rapture that ever this very material belongs CKclusively to VVbitr fords Newinvented Sfirpentiue Curved Elastic Trnnesj and Improved and may he bad at his Ma under the centre Hospital JVbitford attendsthe A T in the YOUNG GENTLXMEN are ia the French Engiish Writing in Merchants aad the principal and most the Matbenra and proper ou the foIloHing terms Twenty Guineas a Year for and ajGuinea Quarter charges will btf if produce letters aijd tcsti bis mocfl pro jeoipnal from Head Whaler of respectable near where he bad the honour of bcingAne of the Corporate Masters for upwards of Stpiadrop beautiful most iielightfnlly situated in fertile luxuriant finely in tersperscd with wpds and and nearly smv roondfisd by tile Earl of Darlingtons and at nofrejtt distance from the banks of the Further uid refcrf nces try applying to Globe Fore5treetfrom four 6clMk will leave Town m n liis Tnrmber being bearly made 4 DISTRESSED a respectable Merchant of irhobas beeu roauy years n resident ivtbis whosince the death of her husband regularly received tin income of per by cjf in is at the of W ofthut nllow her only1 by an order from the of her late of lifeshe in arabv tbe enjoyment of comfortable subsis ffiainJtenanceand lodgtnpfw tW last six been for on of A Hraiii in Theatlre Roya for Of be u A Moundy on the Deatji of Sir 8d Ifotnan tic in 4 Castle in Monday will be Toe th6 a in as OPJEs Tbis Day are p by MrxOpieyindOtber accunrits of Opies and for and Sub scribersmay receive Uieir Copies application to the Publishers FRENCH COPY OF A LETTER MAJESTY THE EMPEROR OP AUSTRIA TO MY HEAR have learned that the Em peror Napoleon has declared th6 Martfnis of Cbastellar out of tbe protection of the law un just contrary to the and of which there is no example in the latter periods obliges ine to have recourse to in I order Generals Durosucl and Fwilers shaH be kept as to undergo the same fate ami same treatment as the Emperor Napoleon shall make General Cbastellar It is rcpugaant my feelingsto give such au hut I owe It to my brave and toy brave who may be exposed to a similar fate while fulfiirmg their duties with j known this thcarrayv annYtu send it by a8agof truce to the MajorGeneral of Hie Emperor Signed May As soon as this order of the day came to he knowledge his he ordered the arrest of the ErirlqeCollo PgPc Count and Count theysbmld be conveyed to Inmce to answer Or the lives of Generals Ditrosmil mid IWlew The MSjOiGeneral wrnte to the ui tbe Staff of 1 beAustrian army the fullorcing TO OF THE AtSTRIAJJ iMajrsty the Emperor has ar alth an given by Emjnvr that the 1Vcuch fieuerajs Diuusml ajul tincuxumstauces of flie warhnvc ifeTd ihajl wbitu the uf jtistiCG may wbo lias put hiwsrif bead of cf tto and who Iiusperuiittbd the nnirdcr o 700 1ieiicb nndbttsreen inlward of iu tlic historyof Riidvrhielr a terrible in 4ft PicMMaislial Major ilixn JOO Uon and if Muj4ly not con siilcr placed tinder hisfaHh a i1 had nyt jroyfe in ihe TyruVliOTc been indignant at tbe ectfonus nursclvis His has iinleredlhat PJ ince Mi Cotiiit Frederick awl shall be arrested to tie safety of Generals Jpurosiiel and tjie order of the of your Qfficewjnay tut shall nut die without being this not fall on any pri ture of us this small corps retired iito the ft itself yes terday and today there have serious Engagements between mwitime forces and tliwse of the English latbertSMhey have been to a guifcjabatafid transportof the onewy have been still with The King is onshore in cf tlie waiting TvrlhliiBpatieace for tlitnn to landing we are vrclt prepared to drive him info if he shoolS have that At this rfloaeat we see from Naples the whofeof the cruizes at the of Aecoonts tisal on thetown to We have moment feHotvfng to The Biearlen ou morn The advanced of tiife iriay rif liaiti nndef the gpsilinaBd of the Thiiraann haddfif en eaenry Jtt ieu in the they evacuated Dresden retired to die dajrqnittedi THE PRINCESS OJF A Meeting took place on Friday at the in of a rjy and to the Credhors the Princess of iiitinflitingthat the Prince of Wdess and IHS Royal Highnesss Deputy attcmi am submit to them a which his Riyal Highness adopted to pay their de anl secure them in future after staring that the Prince had taktn their rase into his most considera tion in every point of observed thftt tiie affairs of his Koyal Highness were atl admi under an Act of the 35th of tbie rendered illegal for any bond or persenal but Tendered his it the creditors the provisions tim bills signed within thiys the and provided tlwy within three months from thirt MiiAdam that the Prifices Trea oonstairtly every quarter paid the allowance of a year tothe office of hot Koyal Highness smd that this i but on the relatives of those who shall order their 1 atia sared hat he frill be delivered to a militory this the rlncome and that his trial will take though ptir jjeducted fro in I request your Excellency to believe tbe sentiments of my hign Signed The city of Vienna and the States of Lower Austria solicited th6 clemency of his and requested to BULLETIN On the 25th of this month Majesty great number of troops on the There was obserred a fine line of eoao of which the guard formed a part aad iu which there was only one regiment of cuirassiers a line of 300 pieces of The appearance and martialair of the troogs excited the adriiuation b the On fiair oclock in the after our troops entered the ath the garri prisoners of out nccorduJgtoau estimate are found to wnonnt H is Mu jesty to the of this und of all Hungarian to tbe French The of Auerstadt is before The enemy tras working at to him to cease he wwhctl toxIraV upon the peaceable inliabitanls took no bombs aud obusses have him to renounce his project but thefire broke oat in this unfortunate and several quarters have been The of RagufSy withtbc army of passed the Drave on the lanrcbed to On Gcueral aoo by in order to throir themselves intelligence the troops rented aid took two officers and no men of of Mitrouski Tbe Prince if 1ve at St TheDufeof is at or dered General WrcdetO repoonoitre on the left bank all iheeucmy ptwts were driven inj several officersadd alwut reconnoi tring was atop to plentifullyfiirnished is moro in i In respect of of 1he it is sectored for mpnthW it lias in The wine of ofthe convunt has 7 s efofnJnbbdJstribnrionato the Of faotUM nave thus been cbl r send a Deputation to the Empeipr to convince him of the impropriety of tbe with respect to the Generals Durosuel and Pouters to represent that Cbastellar was not condemnedjlhat he was nut but only accused before the Tribunals that the and the Austrian Generois were iu the hands of the and that the French army was if a single prisoner was pnt to to make ail of which posterity should long preserve the The which his Majesty entertains for the good inhabitants of Viennaand the determine him fo accede to this He granted permission M Hard and to remain at and to the Depu tation to set out for the Headquarters of Emperor of This Deputation has returned the Emperor Iraacis has replied to these Uiat he was of he massacre of the French prisoners in the Tyrol that he pitied the miseries of the capital and the provinces that bis Ministers had deceived The Deputies reminded that all prudent iricn saw withpain the existence of a handful of by toemeasures they the Orders of the which they caused to tbe endeavour only to foment passions flod aud lo ex asperate au enemy who is the master of Upper and Lower the capital of the and a great part of Hungary that the seatitrfents of the Emparar for big subjects ought to incline him to cahn rather than irritate the apd give to war tbe character naturtiljio it QtpQng civilized since it is iu the power of tbie conqueror torender more heavy theevils which press oi thelialf of the It is saidxthat the Emperor Aleiafiacr aaswered that the greater part of tbe papers meutipned by and that r himself ou that tLatthe Prnice I iocreased the Princesss iilrcbme to a to be paid without decuctiug the income Adam then that the Princess was paid for personal expeuces at the Exchequer a making in all an income of and that it was upontHis encreased income of a year that the Prince I tbe security for the in made it a condition that the Pmicess shoulS appoint an officer to receive that who was in the aettlirig the to fol low the course prescribed by the Act of Parlia ment for regulating Prince that a papec the expenditure of the to this effect accordingly atgnedbythe sothif tfie creditors had ifow observe the forms of tbe Act of in iaaarejtheii Adam assiiredthe that the Prince had appropriated as liugft his situation would admit to discharge of the lE paymeirts might be this all for 6tfJte hadex pressed a upon the being pf tiie fcOfcli ness I f r V 2 of was not were more moderate that the edjtorp wort besSdesFrcuch anil that when these papers didcontain some they were not perceived till the mischiefwas Upnel II Hiis which is ptAfietf we Layc one obspiTatiOn to ffepossible oiot to perceive the influence of EiigFand4for this small number of fatal accqupt of ftgn unahfe to ruje l of severe roeutal the geneVosltVof a Bitj earnestly that heTTjaiab those Iwhotate traitors to tKeir oertainlyiir the pay of that When the Deputies went to they saw the Em Site had been obliged to leave tffe city sornedays They found her and in con 8ternfio at Uie evils which threatened her Tfe monarchy is extremely nnfavouhjbjfrtothe fiiniJly oftins it was this family which exated thJ The Archduke Palatine aadt fbe Archduke Regnierare the only Austrian defended the ujsjirftetiance of The EinpAsswifaTfronj gbe has that of ter SfeHingand The circumstances founded were the society had been founded under jgrauting apmiities a ternas iThe Austrian gwhere time of her receiving her annni ty she has the weight hei everj foreseeing the events that she has shewn great alarin at the thicji which the of pace regiicsted peace she to rtbft Emperor of peace Tr tbe and that the Emperor badsent him into thein ferisr of o SoiicitoT to the paidioto the ban debarjiatiou in thai island 6a account deed 01 would n perty aad in case ofspcbi tothe same Ad thai of the to had been tnat i 6rsit week iBstal would COURT OF
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