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Day (Newspaper) - July 26, 1809, London, Middlesex tftity fly reri Sabled 44s at SALT osed to subscribe rqwtid to make early appli No ihV of ilevfii and who wil The prirc of Sfcljre to 1l rr on Estate of ample value ut Appb for further particwtqf to hi 500 rT K1GHT from several firm 20 tp ispo Acres lv in Land Sur jutii Sea Tbrcad SALES BY PRIVATE 4 Very handBome Six Years and ratteen Hands rides aid oes rery nagfoarAmble harness warranted free be at Queeu VERY jtoproVebte in a firstrate valuable LEASE and TRADfeof s in good re anftwell appropriated fbe tbo which is uot only possession for about to Imber ii v Te immediately DIS an old established in the above adoyraltty These F law in to an that them pccanarly only will with and nonemeett apply to conmiajid LONDON JULY 3d Regiment of Dragoon to be witbtfol Dragoon Lieut John from tfce to be Captain of a iritbout nee promoted to the 17th Light IStb MajiwJolm from the 2d to be rice vho exchanges Surgeon WM from the gstb to be vice on the 1 i 1 1 UO uia cm fMALE she most understand uf a and be cleanly ui none trill answer an1 ill bear tbe rtrictcst Hkjuirj a pre jn with nito the MfluseJttftreetj Geod achiqer I Vj J suitable j uf about four and a bam Apply for partjknftcrt to I Qtici Holborn E hixteen Miles frorn I a good delightfully uii and comoiauding mMt luxuriant UK niea Mch MIIIIC local advaotdges renders the Residence for a genteel family and Tickets for viewingto Wtl LEASEHOLD be or the v of a desirable and convenient It situate ut containing two well iu dininr and tivo kitchens iu and other cmivcuienceiv the and immediate possession To lie writh Tickets trhichy may be bad of Page and HOUSE iitaf the and sixnfile To be eiJ LEASE a HO1TSI1 and Vurni three stories with vine and beer arid spacious of on may lie bad of v vltli immwliate atamode the Cottage mth bow live two and other con i and gardeu well stocked be Tickets which may be had of Page and RENTS Person of redpcct and sowie and I fcns bren ngnhrly brought up to the BnildinR winiic wishes to engage himself lv liikithe whole manarement and iilpiiiaus to collect the ients of Honsesj i iiiudcnuc yeariy salary 6aUeri himself that by ktiuH ledge of such an ivai viiciTKt and general satufkction to a greatist ailintion trill be paid to An licntlenian wislung to engage with the wllhUim nnymorn till tlircc or by at Fern will be immediately at M VN V I in the preferable part of Gloucester on Ihr Surrey side of VVettSinster aIjiHiiini the intended Strarfd 1 spacious anil lirit ftnry acd a large fat brick J a Plot of Uvohnd of ilnor Vlor i illi a nr bytjinj very aiipro or n Maaafketorv ofVlienrst tUii gmuml singuiiirly frtun Its tbrwi arc calculated or any to JAPAN MnJ hy awl invaluable withhalf the VHlans the most hrilliant jet black jiimliar nnurislnueut t j the perfectly free from any vjll retain any esale dy uivl at tbe Manirfac Hih retail by Swallowstreet thf principal Per in tke Hie Unitol in price and LEEDS aud Expeditions POST 1 from the Golden Charing every breakfast at the Red the Eaton sop at GrefliaB Red Doncaster mud arrive ailj york by on noon xtere t m men and the auue gaud and Every exertion has been taA e to rendw the best conveyirice TB GEORGE BOULTON den tbefollowmB CarriageB set tTS tuo numerous to mentttn Poal s and at Birmingham new OxKird every and and Chelten only Day Lower conveiiteBt tbe Louer two pjar oHScesV cCacthouscj io repair aiij OsrlyposKSttva bogtven held for 18 at a roitJTo be iad at Garraway5 audof Hoggart and Bun LEASEHOLD DWELLING hi excellent mtuate near upon tbe confines omi roamliug jrrpspccts over the adjaeunt with four drawing and ofrowd iir iJr l Rqrbifcrit of Foot IJqattaant John to be mpfaiu of Compm vice Wavkl Brut ito be vice lectured O deceased BuT3ge vice np Gibsou Richard Val Jobn Au tau Andrei Gfht Charles promoted vice Morse vice Falck Conner to be Cnp vice jlajntaatCburles MCarthy to tfaf of Ensign Finch to vice v Ribcrt TlunbaT suitable threestall sta plenhre ahd and rich together about be viewed with Tickets further particulars had of Huggart and ft SAINT in the most preferable part oiiieiuireU TERM in tbebeneficial Lease Jaaubstantial Brickbuilt HOPS E five stories tooros on each part in hand trf the present and rejuamder let very advaulageunaly j UeW by B low net rent to niayluwe possession of tbe awTtbe rentsand prulils Ironj the tiiaeW cobipbting the purchase be llie withfcrtber Particur f fitt Xin U HJEV HES1 DENCE and only scrcn milts from be or n FREEHOLD ESTATE compriEing a capital standing in a secured frotu tin Road by full grown lofty planned the accom modation of a gentlemans containing iiuiiuruiis apartments and every doimatic coarb stableslor twchre capital walled folly stocked And end nearly twenty acres of rich Meadow be viewed by with may be bad of Warwick APITAL and on the Great Wcstrnroa 14 miles of and near Capital Mark t or rery excellent FAMILY with complete domestic every double and stablrs fcT five and every other necessary outbull ca pital Well inclosed by lofty planted with choice hothouse to plvith the finest forrini and and about 26 acres of rich meadow land a beautiful trodtntreaiu runs through the and he whole laid ont with exquisite taste immednte may be he viewed by may be bad of COPYHOLD IRTKTINCLjlrl SHOOT ING and Leather early very desirable aud valuable fnrtabtc Family bicw vnd andexcfllent meadowland 4Uc whole occupying aspace very pleasantly situated lu tbe 4rillagc of iutbe County uf mc mile him and from further particulars iDbmre uf Atcbeson and Mor autt next IJEtSE of a handsome wellbuili Brick In flic most complete state of aud commanding veiy bealitiful prospects over tbe richly the River and the counties of and atoJwrtbiu tbe taace of five miles from tbe Royal with an ex and a orj and csorevery The Honse contains seven chambera with two bowfront eu 6 with a capital by 15 an a other a good and and 5 wUb cellent For fertber to TJ respectftgy acquaint the Pnblk that the wholeefthe be ot LottffT odyAMO Numbers from 1 to of a so thatrUie Purchaser of a Single Ticket wffl gain two Tiekeisof tte tune a Prizeof Bv of the same By FourTickets of the a Prize of and an other in the same CAPITAE 4 of V 8 of 12 of and are on Sate and CornhiH an3 don v4feoShared and Half Quarter from the 46Hh iD frOm halfpay tu vice who ex be oiit vicf tbe S4th Foot AlljiWent to fijth rice from the North Mayo to beBirferii Bodies to be of a Com Eusigu Wm Irwin to be Eusigu Wm Irwin to be from the from the East York colm witbout vice Hems promoted in lie 1st Wart Indta Regiment An vice Mannce Geut uice to be Royal Tork Robert vie deceased Ensign Matthias vice Bonaey to Joun Bifury Without vice xjb resigns John iice ilartiwau Gent Arthur Bucha vice toie Royal West Indfe be vice Rolls Lieutenant Frederick from the 1st Light Battalion af the to be vice 3d Garrison Gent to be vice 4th Captain from S2d to be Cnj t a of a vice Brownrigg io be vice who exchanges En gu JuUii GriflUh to be we Bailey ixlmulid to be Ensign fith Lieutenant William fronj balfpay o he ijtb to be vice Wisdom who ex 7th Captain Breynton from tb 40tb be Captain of a vice Brazier who Newfoundland FencibleSj Ensign Charles Sutbcrlanc be vice appointeil Foot Edward to be Royal Wsfgon William to b without vice promoted Thomas to be vice pro HOSPITAL from half to the Henry Bnuishaw to be a Deputy Puiveyor to the Surgeon Jumes fiuui thi2d Drngron Gnards Burgeon Qultitin from the Toot Surgeon Minion from the 4th Dragoou to be Sur ons to the Alexander Stewartj Tlumas Gent illiam John Charles Parrel Philip OReilly William James if nt Jenjamin Henry Benja min John Daniel Michael Williajn Williwn Rjcharc v jtihtrge3anilt from the East York Adjuinot Tbomas Browne to Kiifaolttrf Baynts to vice dwcRed ice Baynes vice promoted from the Domqal to rv from the Garrison if a vice 3Slh moted in Vuv 481 the Sth West itidia to bt vice Fitz who ex ebangev from the pOiCi tobe vfce Purefoy Eiisiijn to be vice isssd tb Francis io be vice ParrPbilip to be vice I Bmluip to be with the loth Foot 47lh Ensign Jitacit DevoOaliiiv tp be Lieutenant without purchase Charles VilivDis tqjte ditto Anthony fronVtbe Galway tobe Jobs Mnrny to be without vice appointment has uot taken 50th Regiment of Jomes Ballurd Gardiner to be witbout vice Henry Hare to be Lieute iiy ivice wbo retires Ensign jrooi the vice 52d Robert rom Fourth Gamton to be Captain of a vice exchanges EoeignsJobiJ from lobe S4tb William from tbe so b to be OMnw fromthd 94th to be by who retires 6titb James tbe Donegal Mili to be 73d from the IStb Liglit vteeLord who tobe Captiun of a 74th Lient Lien Londonderry 81st Ltertt Job tbe be to be vice 05tb Hcury tantSurgcun iron a t who Donegal jtiibraham from the tfjo from the Wexford bVCapUhl of 3 promotediiii Coiirylfo tobe Sdr vice appointed to1 he1 alb Ligbt g6th Ueutcuait Luke from the Carmir then 97tb from tbe city Cork to iaf 100th from the Garrison vice wboex West To bc En signs WiUiatH vice froai the 8th West India vice John vice David David who resigns Samuel vke X to be vice decJBMSlj Thomas Ito be Francis front Richard vice 3tb to be 6tK froin tbe 43d to be George Hcmy Davelln Henry William Gent o lie HospitalMates for General The Kings German 1st tight Rudolpbns Augustus from Roll to be vice who exchanges Heppy Marschalk to bo vice Huke promoted Augustus to be En vice 3d Captain and flt isse o be temporary vice dc essed IacoteuantlQeoTgeHaasmanio be aeceaaed Ensign to be vice Barman En Balemami to be George vice HOme Charles Gent de be 1st to be with tem Mrary raiik of vice appointed to the BANKRUPTCIES Henry of from July 9 to September at at Andrtw of Upper Grosve fiora August8 to 29 at al John of iealer nnd to surrender and at at tbe Royal TJot Seymonr and London and Robert of apd August aud September at he Star mid Garter Mr LOIH On anil James Tbumas of dealer and cbap September at at die and London and Sbop of Lancaster dealer and August aud Stutem at at the Globe Attor Crump and Bat Thomas of dealer and chap August and September at at the lush Mr Groys Londcra and of uguif and September at atthe Wool laek Somerset James Axbridge and Samuei Tbotnas eaJtr August and September at Thomas Ncwsioad and Joseph Oxley of and September at the Vbrte London and of OH Bishops July at ejtteuibcr at at V Darid of at at John Great Ussexj Bt Samuel Weiit at at ChaHfes it at of at of tdeveni at the Punch butldcr t Joseph of Red Spi at WJniam of at Jicholas at at Joseph Jf the Henry at of Heartley at Gufld 49Victor af at lateofLpi theobcTa at Poper Thprnas of at at London Charles Lewis of the at at Latom at rfobn fierfcj mercerjat al tbe Aogel of atV Punch Aue YVilli at Jobn of a at GviUbaB lokn of at Falcpu 2lsGcorge of at it tbe Btsbup John late of cheesemonsw ry of brick JonMfla of straw Willjtkm of I Jncobti seuh late of Robert Arnold of Lewen nf Thomas Sherratfr of Tiitrmas of James of James Jilbrrt nnd Isaac cvf mr Goorgc Vaujrhan Andicw of ami Phihp Chap of Pavard Brjan aiid George of book Jrmcs and Thomas of coMo fiobert Charies oilmi Thomas Maynarrlanri James horsehair nianufutuixrs bury and Hannah of James and Fish Uilliaui Btbarrell aud AVUIiagi ba WEST Thp Papers to the llth conteia the following MAT It is stated from Bart hoi that two French line of battle ships have arrived it PbK Gnadaloupe but whether those so pro pitiated in their bold from the a further from does uot actually it is generally so sup posed and report alM that seventeen or eighteen sail of and other small have entered the same port with supplies direct A Swedish cartel a arrived at St the 13tfa and jjave tius Two French frigates are aTso said to have coade their appearance of in were eucounlered by me at ftfe of snccess ia uot accouut bei derived fiom a vessef arrived at which reported having on the 23d thrw of our frigates endeavouring intercept the enemy by cutting them off from This in same corroborated by the report f the Master of schooner arrived who distinctly during the whole of the night of the and until eight oclock next a heavy cannonading in the directioa of This vessel saw on the morning of the a ship of the line and two brigs in to leeward of standing to the but upon the breeze springing tacked to the North ward and stoodin as if bound to Basse And it appears from information hy the schooner arrived thui an at tackhad been made on theenemys at as she on the morning of the 22d a heavy cannonading between thtm and OUT blockading squadron off which sub infonnatjouobtainedat by a from states to have been uUy terminated in the total destruction the enemya Arrived theEthalion and Belette from Martinique and from Yin cent and remain in Carlisle tlie nne For The Acastaanil Tlietis frigates watch tig the frigates ijing Nothing has transpired to explain the can icmading reported to have been beard in tlie of and it is now much doubted as to any lineofbattle ships gotinto Port by LieuteuantGfiitral Sir George and with his army arrived at Halifax on the 24th of and was greeted by the whole people withacclamations ofloyalty His Majestys from a ar rived the Meropei His Majestys ship Captain wiflitbe folloWiog esseis from arrived yesterday morning indCarlisle James or Barbadoes For Martinique Tobago Sarii David TbgrMeftPortsmouth onlbe 22dof ar rived atriVJadeira on the of apd tailed thence on the where they left there bouud to The with or proceeded last eight the others ound to sail this OtHter cou oy of the w from The the convoy o to sa will leave thia on Sir f warto convoy th July dntil the 23d of that
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