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Day (Newspaper) - July 22, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY WHEREAS I Hester Upper Thorrihattgu petsow ili 6e drawn by one or two on application PRICE I EVT OF THE AUSTTRIANS dies which have decided the apparently CON I of the particular Positionsof the I in the Biillctius received yester MESSEKGER bf Navy July Officers and Commissioners ns Navy do hereby give thai rm produce regular indentures ofap are if gafld may fihrl employment at try apprying to the lierebv the Comthittte will wrtt mthe Comrfil 11 on Wednesday tilt in the scalrd from uirt tur of A Bnilec for frum for next and htaotbr remainder W tlie EIGHT from 500 Acres each several FREEHOLD 200 tdoOOOAcres to Actani fcood Snr srhiijl If i i tit Six ml OTHERS ttre managing ef lirrrly that they are for the repair of the luuU at uy who fH shew the1 particular of and sivr every necessary ilcJ w11 le received by nioumof Aims AnnV on the 3d of August k iu lU m a threat number of oilm Casks and also Boxes and other IHIII lft upon the the to the hnsinesg now carryiuf on Dimtors of the London Dock Coin in nut ire to all and every or casks and other packages may ii s an not claimed and taken away from m willii seven days from the date by Public Auction to pay the and tlie residue if any will be paid I In upon application being 1 Vnn Inn ami ItOMAS UlCRN ELL respectfully ac his arid the ilial he lias the above ui i1Uic Spirituous a 11 the arrangements lie has and the house lie shall ni tii civuurs aud Post in the county artitletof Bepawuioh baTebern execnted between as I do that 1 will not be answerable for say dit may Grays Julj v TXTANTSu a YOUNGWOMAN y years of LAWTB MAID or UPPER can have B good character from beriast post to W TOWHOLESALE an estaWistied TraveHer1 a COMMISSION in anyHue not coitftectedWith Drapers References and to any addressed Lj will meet wittaD immediate BY a Person the travellod some a Commission ip and Bookselling to Cblenwtf will early coiftaT nieadow v and tjt bwJliftil Plan a whoUiurt Qn the 24th this Descent the The enterpnze meritdrioris oFwhicfi the frotav Preifiuies iqay frigate and a advanced against those of superior to ours in and the The action coaoraenced at y went OTJ which was s iew by soldiers and sailors irshewecL tKeit wounds to the and ap peared no longer torfeelpanii His be wed praises and pfcr the defenders of his flag aud natWHfa We areignorant the but it mast be considerablci itsships have suffered jnjne tlje ctyiti nual Very livePy during many We BNGHO r BCSINSSS of f spirit sjulate jtp ABJT person vh and KTUe esrib with twiH find sbcbi Immediate rtlculart as of napcctabilityj oixi wto perfectlyJtfdewtends She wujt hare lived hi a Taveri anO bare a good fo Mir 407 Be defiled FAftHLy with large good covrenienf witbin threemiles North Royal id a pleasant not SLOAN To be She Mouthy daring the trf the half a mile from Hyde ther and Tickets for may be bad of Samuel Ajictibineer and VICINITY of be with immediate a very comiao dious wellfiufehed containiug avariety of excellent and of large ad mirably adapted Merchant or fessional Gentleman the situation between the Exchange and Custom bring nearly eqaal be viewed by with further maybe had of i I HM AN 1 to a Decree of the uf Clump ry nude in a and Lcgaties of in tire Parish of St in hi Vi deccaned who diqfcin th mine IB and prove thetf and littore JOHN I Mir Mxsursuf tlie said at his Office in or in be pcremptoriry excluded the be be two er three genteelly an excellent HOUSE containing three best tarec a good eating and lent domestic and large pleasantly situ ated in themostiespectflble pan further particulars and to apply to Great It will not be letto a family with likasBatlysituyteTa a piKe roadL aboutstreu m braitbw Messrs Edward Hattoo T in the and commanding tl of Kcutj taaceof five miles frum tcushre lawn and uievjrire merbus contains each marble chi capital and THE PATRIOTIC cou liad Against us fourEngFish frjgatesi two aiftd fourteen AnEagUsh frigate has damaged boVas a arrived of several slups to fhe etfetdy oats without suffered HIW considerable At the thirty which had been for Rome time at had to fro to preciserjpiby the canal which separates thfe two islands of Broceda Ischiai The j tnum rs of this vovag pfied w Vith Our lete state of over ricbly aod tbe counticp r endwithiii the dis or aud nu two bowfronted handsomely fftted a a good pautry apply THE ELEGATij Canohbury To be LETi for twentyone gant FAMILT with sta pleasantly Situate in tbat respectable andsocial the corner of The House within these to and domestic and comprises six elegant drawingroom and par umerous clorttBwatercloset fOAL COMPANY JEST NEWCASTLE large of tlit tirt at fiftyeight per in Uke no advantage the Itrekiu lujh price uf but continue to sell for Q I let Uays loiipcr at the aborc very reduced paynuiit on including every expence ex BH luge aud aud into the country at one iillai per mile per cbaldrou extra off the J iikni in it No Lower Brooke Tottenhamcdurtroad anil No CorchilP VAIJXHALL THE Committee for managing the above having seen an CHARLES FRANCIS nnd imjMlting both and place oflhe next Meetingtoimproper OMVm Committee nauiwi in the Act of Parlia said Committee respectfully inform the p1 tliat their only inducement for the iihc aud the Cumberland Gardens as ttr Piinof was to render both legalby a due th0 whicli requires ttturtcen daysclear aud that the Place of Meeting sbflnld be within tbi be scitc of the intended Tin Committee fixed therefore upon the house thinking it would be agreesbfe tomiby IWR to mrpt so near the spot intended The Committee ire conscious of hair s Ktni according tlie best of their judgment for the nt the but fartkeae unfortunate would tuis tirqe baye beep Tht CominUtee will cheerfully urcision of any Meetirig of W to nuptuae willi tbcir services from a ami who of course not agree to anyJ kiso to the cbavacterof i numerous small and be viewed by with further particularannay be had of Snow GARSDOW situate midway be twecu Croydon and in of Sunty be the elegant and compact MANSION called a1 6t state for the imme diate rcspcctaWe These Premises are replete with every accommodation that aud are delightfully The House consistslpf a comrbrtnbte dining gentlemans draw with and laundry uod dairy and good cellaring beOeatbj on and second seven airy pleasant family with various Thwels also servants roorniy lumber storecloset aud other with principal and back outdoor of two separate one aud the other for loose knife and other to the Mansion are large and walled abundaot supply of tenant land as he and tlie use of the pew in Couhidcu which belougs to the Premises viewed ny applicatiofi Peter near or to Eeanion and Gcacechurch AUCTION AND i at his in the vjill thusiastic in its braise has completely changed its We extract the following Colonel WARDLE a printed address To the People ofthe Before my Jed and that tained by petjury atom Tv the Colouel out of ttt upon false Colonel Ward le brought forward his charges dgainst the Royal he often declared that He had no MOTIVES than those of and public justice and the boast pure motives was echoed by his friends in out of Par Upon this ground only could men of honour support this ground only didjsen him We for bear at present to that theColonel himself admitted when he paid the to Wright by a bill in the name of a as Clarke it should round to the and mar the forbear to press this as a proof that he and knew the public wqprtd feel con tempt for that sort ofopublic justice which to pur chase theiiS assistance of a pros L claration of press the that if verdict agaiast the they would deprisehim of that ecause Colonel feIthat the Jury jdid so deprive hi O WardJe stands dencfi iof Clarke is But he shall 4iaye not have proved too musk mnr odium which tias attached totheJRoyal Duke onthe evidence of a pprjured wetnan will wherr that very shall have thtuV that woman the t i thj to i nc concern at grave and rnsuns for so The Committed nwst cirmstly to recommend to the ft Proceedings at the next Meeting strictlfto f as any departure from topsame ivitubly involrc the whole Concern a predica HKmust serious and increase those diffi which the Caumnttee tiave had sbnvex rliy ns well as occasion a m value of their The Committee beg t apprize the that M can be i vote nt tbe ensuing Meeting such original s produced their os iiitm prrvioM to the tost ripjatnitTwos praced to for calliug the Special Meeting to qes ixprtssly denied having signed authorised ilicreof undet other ctrcnm necessary now to advert Committee thc the ferirber of p at and hope that r they wiunot and if they find their conduct during their and TBie lu roraimi rife from their i a tu trine into considerable peOBtt fc at a period when they hadvoo alteiwtte ilio Of tbe Act of ttpoo a Ttr5 81TOU The tu tbe Proprietors how far itwill be any ttiess which may depend whotbar t not be called upon on wlWhih M if beimt is presumed found Manifaetured Gobds aVso ba Tbe next at Sale a m the houra of ten and twelve C y be e antfrteaper1 ftarf m any Public in For fortber to tHe who at Large B Bre to given on and and flotilla passed on the whure of of enefnyi and at the place rf rendezvous at the of The dangers cOrtiitienced atthe SPhe isiand of Proceda was already in the hands of the which was upon by them without striking a ardent de prived oarflbtilra of the protection of the low bat the fire of which batteriea of at Cape enemys sure of not by all united against our wasrfo longer bythe small battery of The cojnmenced at and continued dritil nibe and in no circum stances hasr theNeapoWtan marine so fully jfwsti fiedv the repututien which if has ever held estiraatiotrof The results which conr the honour of the nation are those of the couragewifJbwbidh ithas According to this our be An English brig was burnt the battery of whith was difeced by the brave Captain Orsirrioneof sunk We have had only one and a few wounded some hiavebeen sunk enemys others havebeen driven do welmpe to be able to get then oft returned to In of this imposing spectacle of of which all tbe towt a of the fright of some spite of the uecret of some guilty who are known the capital was mbre tranquil thafl it is at enemy to principally in the our view menacing in order to turbtne peace which reigos internal peace which we enjoy te owin to the confidence which the people personof their The Corps of volunteers which augmeuted but slowly when the enemy waa distant increased beyond measure upon his Intelligence from the pro vinces is equally pleasant every where tranquil lity reigns and the incendiary proclamations which the English Sicilian army has thrown al most every where on our coasts for the to have bad no other eflect than that of rallying round the throne all the people of the On the the frigate and the which sustained with so much glory the attacks of the having retired after thebattle ujider the the batteries surrounded on all by English nlty in saving they have bacf much themselves in that position titere orders to effect their retreat to Naples the atall Captain of v and M 1 Captain of had scarcely than they took measures for executhig it they set by skilful and daring deceived the vigilance of the through the English and made directing their course fox The which TOS the beat pre The patriotic Colonel solationin Wsgoilt fa ingsof pular 5iud by thp siime fte vineyard he was hope to have forsometilQ0 The virtaousi the guiltyby the veiriict of iat before Justice and say now m oclock STATE NUMBERS VV V 1 V indeed his oppressionaga V real ISiiglisV J disguiae Were fo itrtunpleuppn bJa of or either piigbt be ceded the frigatewhichsailed more slowlyC lickly two andovet i English a gun carrying two 4 Tfiry ofsjnall mameat wasdirected ajgaiost two dam I f f T tamed days At fbat oclock in coimneaced off Point and iu presence of the whole town of Nag enemys vessel allpartsj rible a of Our frigate and slowly pufsaed theirroute fighting wii jfulBess and This fight to tha sijght of an immense ia the wind afl at onqe tine English us with j to fowe tbera fa spurea Vaia The fpfjglit ely in the same place where tenvearSbwo r i ib perfidy inhumanly the praye They fought pflder the sorap of the all to redoubj their By orfrt of the JVLHJS July an ta4 gauttlf t obuioed by purchasuig forrawr uieJDriflrbig aving entered the Majest The frigate is disabled j ihe who commands it fest his Jeft8rm and his crew have about iaeD have had on pur kjUjed and among the former isyoung an officer fall cou rage and The English BOW bravery jfnd ardour of our little the spirit animates the If Ge SrAiart ventures he may be assured he Naples meet with the fate which bis companions in arms have bad in Holland and JUNE The English unfortunately have not disem barked after taking the islands of Ischia and with the exception of the which stiH holds they have in part They intentloa disturbing all and of endeavouring to excite trouble but they will disgracefully fail in their LAW COURT OF KINGS JULY SITTINGS BEFORE LOSD ELLENBOROUCH AND SPECIAL IN WRICST Maryalt stated this to bean action upon a policy of insurance pn the ship on a voy age and from and1 all ptber India except to the of warranted to sail with convoy on or be fore the 1st of question was en tirely a point of facts were shortly these The vessel in question the Bfellonacom pletedher cargo at Surinam although riot a fill it was not intended to in together witktwenty other under convoy of his Majesty s ship Cerberus on the igth of for the purpose of going to aud thereto be pat midier aootSeK convoy in which passage a gale ojf parted from the she had The Bellona arrived at Tortola oiTthe 6th of where another ship of war Was by the with which sailed homewards from Tortola on the and was Tosl biff tlia Now it was true that this vessel was ivarranted to sail on veyagean3 orbefore the Istof that not from the and that the ranee was at and from allother India except J maicaj but he submjtted to his that as thwship had creared otJt of and saileri from Sn rinambeftfreflse Kt f she must then besaid to her although she afterwards put into where she was detained three days on account the of her and that therefore she was under the protection this and the true meaning of the policy that the warranty to sail on o before the brst of should be applied to her sailing froth herloading and that she had sailed from her loading whidi before the 1st August and that she was therefore under the protection of this The AttorneyGeneral contended that the meaning of this which was at and from and all other the West India except warranted to sail onor before the1st of meant that she should sail from Indies and proceed on her voyage on or before the 1st of August that her having left Surinam before the 1st of August was not sufficient that she did not quit the West India islands until the 8th that she lost the benefit of the proper couvdjtocome fVoni the West Indies whichalways comes off on or before the 1st of Aitgust and that this the real cause of loss and that in the policy first thought asrthrawas a ease upon as it was point of law upon a fyi was al thouglithfi tfrat governedit waspretty VJf iteas weH tp put it into theshape of a paseihut op considera Lordgfaip thought that as he 3if5cirlty his judgroenf upon the mcwe ffegtriarcotwse won Td f to that tet the partj that judgnrent hte aadgment interest Court ia this policy tlj tobe con at and from ifrdia islands except that tbia vesselmost to have when she ad ttaV her going into V days was for exigency of convoy and sby shie her voyage in to the and tHatsh wasj under the pTDtectjen of One theyhad precisely the of the meajuing of this po tJie sapie gentlernan veVsel hadbeen find Tortola thatthen could be uo subject the plaiatiffrrUamages bje as certained out of This was the only cause The Jurietj were then all the Sittings being less thaa 200 actually no of

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