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   Day (Newspaper) - July 28, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PIULISHED EVERY AT SIX llKTl rftl Kinis Hiail Ppnl Ill llid a arfi of fine livel if day in th 1 or sent to auy part o i iD Free Corner J iu aYpulous and inertasm I i couvcirien I and aie heli whirb lets for nearly i may be ii Sta he for iV wiiUb con v s in r IT irlercd imme one y tar fro ID i to the ef the lilt r apply to 11 I incohrs ihe at Knight fK ami t i3 v mie be with bow ic tiro and rilru hi well stocked i had if Page nrra VSIUOLD IfKSI be or the i i and convenient eligibly situate containing two well and brenkfastpar otlirr conveniences the p and immeiiinte possession i with Tickets uy be hael of Page and and u i I i Iriu will be drawn in HI Ml ilu y anJ Schemes Sriunties bought aud seild by THOUSAND thr Public in One i SI s on Salr iy at his JAMES BRANE 0 Only v ami every particular relative i i at the above Lottery i il L Vllnwing Capital Prizes were IN o 1 U i I 500 500 the Pi ize of and the that the ii I hjs only Four Tickets of a i Ticket will gain a I of the same a i ot the same hc same utlivr Prizes in tbe same Pro S of IJ of 500L pn Sale by and Sold last Three and Cvcr sold in Shares Two r Kijjhth Siuevnth Ii Inzes sliarett by i j aud j I j I i Sti rlmir in lormifi V T tlle hTATE LOTTEIIY will rtizf Money will be J was mvrr before beard The it and tud wiih I adopted by the lrr mets with eucou llu aud there IB no doubt but it will of tut whok Lottery previous to the lhe liberty of recommending an ii i aud Shares and hope to sup a IarC1 Share of the said Onlors any part the Globe exe tirnis as if N niMEuUJLLY AFTElithe NEXT STATE LOTTERY LOT ilrawn The amount considerably ex tbcre arir ais and since that SJt iu as it is well known es building Materials are nearlyi cw 51irTey prepar on Sat at tlie in the f pnirp I 40 0 I i I l oa SALES BY PRIVATE Middlesex Hosbitall J The LEASE of a gi ntcel and three stones with washhousr wine and beer and spacious open may be had of may Goldcn HE N D O RES1 DENCE and oulyntven from IrM TCT A T ESTATE eompruing a capital Mnndmg in a and secured from tbc by full grown lofty planned for the accom a jfeutlemanH containing numerous apartments and tvfiy requisite domestic coarh stables lor twelve capital walled stocked and ncjirly twenty acres of rich Meadow be viewed by with may be bad of Warwick slrnlj CAPITAL pleasure ground on the witbm 14 miles of itnrl near a CnfcStal Mnrket r A AliTv a very excellent complete domestic offices at every double and sltibles jur tnc and over other nee e ssary ca pital gardens well inclosed by lofty with numerous choice hothouse stored with the forcing and and about 25 acrrsof rich mcadoW land a beautiful nms through the anil tbe whole is laid oat uith exquisite taste tmmeeliate possession may be be viewed by may be had of Golot with Par about mites troiu LEASE of a most respectable built xvithiu ftw and 6t for he iinincdiale reception of a genlecl family cunnnund nT and beanty over the Essex aial with excellent stahles and and a small paddock it an distance from a tapes pass several times a and near the New may be known of and Pa rrow and of Rfiddlesev and w vucvr vtfo Ladies may be accom njpdktetf with Board and in a Genteel Faiuily witb asiepnrate sfttinjrobnfbn the first near the Elephant and and within onelailo o ihe three thesiiuatiori Is particularly healthy aud at 15 LeailenbaKstrect Or Causeway Lady and ploy Lord Cochniue in the attack of the enetny AA it i FOUK A Married residesat his Liv 1C miles frotttByde FOURPfrtVATE PCPILSiifo his under the ae of 12 has one vacancjvffjrhey will be instructed In the English comprising Fn as well as writing has bed and all growull them in propeipiinci sore tbeir and proi tcrnis 80 guineas a particulars may bo O geography and Hebrew Ian Each child ite attention is given to form their en Heir Th ofaddress and further Book SUNDAY ORDlNj so every at fl plcntroits at a cba fail to give general now in highest state of j and Tea larfee to the natural benuties of I and attention exerted to pie embraces this mcrotis Clubs ninl public Cdlj their feast al tending them thu with airy sltepinjifi well stocked wilhft amuse themselreti with aa cc as also a very capital of HORNSEY 1 celebrated for its mral will he supplied so moderate as cannot vThis delightfvl sput Breakfest TVm allj will in ndditiou the utmost asaidoity The jaing thauks nu aies who Favour him th i to have honour of ntlemen may A at a abmlifl ex ror the lovers INVEJ f copsequence of thj Utc of the bad quality of bitty to try the expe with and which hen ardent not West iu tie most preferable uiiexpired TERM a the bcnrnrial lxasc of a substunf ial Brickbuilt HOLSE arid in cxrellont five stories rontaia og two good rooms ou each part in hand of reseiit and rfmaindrr let very advantageously o respectable tenants held by lease at o low net rent Ihc purchaser may have possession of tbe part in hand and the rents and profits Irdm the time of completing tbe by leave of the with Tickets with further Parficu may lie had of Pajp nnd Iliqli Hnllmm be immediately D1S POSED an old established HOUSE inthe above These Premises arc situate most admirably ow perfect possessing within o an i mintlit those local adrantugis that make hem peculiarly desirable only will be treated and none to that eanunt command and the preferable part of Glouccstrr on the Surrey side nearly adjoiuing the intended Strand xtcnsive and lofty LEASEHOLD spacious grouudflnor aud first ttory tabling for 12 and a in losed with a brick dimensions 117 feet by and foldinggates also a Plot of Ground of bout three or 23 feet by 103 very appro iriate for eV a Manufactoiy of the bist nngnitudc this ground is singulnily eligible from its iroxiniity to the Sltand Bridgeroad these Premises art opiously supplied with are admirably calculated r a or auy where space is tQ MAKMtON TRAVESTIED This Day is in one on a super fine wove in or printed ou royal uniform with 2s boards MARJM1ON TRAVESTIED a Tale of Modern Tis woman that seduces all By her we first are taught tho wbeed iug arts Her very eyes can cheat when most shes She tricks us ot our money with London published by Thomas Cheapsidc lid cold by Edinburgh ilasgow uud Du MM reehold and Leasehold at Drptfurd aud Ber uioniifey aud Shares in the Kemt FireOlCce aud Dept Bridge lie PEREMPTORILY pur snant to a Decrees of tbe High of usule iira Cause Sir WILLIAM others are aud Joux anel ithers are oneof tin of the said at he Roman IJept the 2tl eiay of between l and l j in Eighteen A valuable and small part Estate comprising capital in in tbe ountyof formeriy Muttons with hree courts attached the playground nd erections now iu haud n court ailed Leaders with five let o several yearly at rents amJunliug to annum two 1Q and in Cburch treet let at the yearly rent of eacb a piece of Containing perches behiud Rosss n let at tbe yearly rent of a messuage u at the corner of let at he yearly refit of Two Pieces of Garden adjoining Lot partly freehold aiid a small part for an unexpircd term of 888 3 with the buildings let foran unexpired term of eight years and a half at 3 to Twelve Freehold u DeptfordT numbered 34 to 45 ft to several yearly at rents amounting to i at Bermoudsey held for un uuexpired termof at a groundrent of er auuum comprising the Admiral Hawke Public in let lease for an nnexpircd erm of at a rent of Four Houses ad oiningj let to aud rents amounting to annum two iouseg in i and let on lease to an unexpircd term of at a clearrcnt of A Yearly Ground Rent of ismiing out of aud 3Vin by a lease to for 67 wo from 1789 a Yearly Ground Rent of issuing in 4 and secured by a lease to for 67 Wanting t we fej8 Crom Shares of each the Kent Firei Eight Shorts each in the Dept prdCreek Bridge Particulars may had at Muster Southaniptoobuild London of Old Broadstreet Temple Old Broadstreet v t where a Ptofof the Deptford Estate may be mnot and of a coajse Furs that arpnauall turing of Hats uith JO of it hyirinduccer there lienr of raiicwg Moles Fur bis tbeir EUts as making them to ban tlie varinoV adc one food For rerof hisowu be seHirthcoi price of to stamps and Ladies GtuitieuSa iu the country should seud the number of inches rounrRhe outsi Jo of COURT OW THE ItlGHT The trial of the Nobjfe conwnenced on board his Majestys ship the in Fortatnonth At ten oclock the Members of the Court were and haviug takeir the proceeded to the biwiness for which they were The order for holding the Court Martial was then and was as follows ORBER FOR THE COURT By the Commissioners for executinj tbc Office of Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom oiGrcat Britain and Right Lord Gambler by his letter to our Secretary of i requested that his conduct as Commander in Chief of the Channel Fleet employed Bastpie befwceivthe 17th day of md the sgtli day of may be en quired into by a Court Martial And by toe logbooks and miuutes of of the and other ships employed on that it appears to us that the said Admiral Lord outhe 12lh ilaj ofthe said mouth of the enemys ships beinsftbtti oh nnd the signal having been made that they could be tli1 for a cousideruble lime neglect or dciay 4nkiiig eijechial mta tit that a Court Martial sbnll be assembled for the pur pose of examining into his Lordships aud trying him for the same seud you berewitli IUH Lortislitps said and also his letter of the Idtii of the thtreiu refened togetbcrwilh an listed copy of a letter of oor dated the col h last acd addresMd to Lord and his Lordships re ply the Jogbuuka cud miuutesot signals aboicrocntiotcd and we do require and direct yuu assemble a Couit on tlic igth day of if shall he then and if not as eocni nfUt as they shall be sn to try the said Admiral the Kight Lord for liuconduct in the insJauet buniqtKtni ciaenuoncil and also to juto whole ill Chief of the Channel Fleet employed iu Basque be tween the J7th day of March atid 2gth uay of l and to try hint for Ibo saine ttuder wir bauds the Sth dayhf Sigatd MTJLGflAVE To Sir Roper CortisK Admiral of the and Chief of his raj Vessels at Spitbead sud ia Foils mouth By command of their After which tire followingdocuments read A copy of the instructions of Lords of the Admiralty to the Lord directing him to proceed or else iu pursuit of the Brest dated 1 st A copy of a letter froni Lord Gnmbier Secretary ofthe desiring some ad ditiooal gunbrigs and tireiships to join his Lord together with answer from the Ad rukalty dated Copy to the the receiptof letters on the Sub ject of an attack on the enemys dated 5th of orders to detach squadrons off Brest Letter from Lord t3anibieribo the Secretary of the details of 4he vie oryiOff Basque dated 14th asvit7 ppeared in the Oazeifei n in Basque A Copy of tiltfollowing DETAIL OF THE IN I INCLUDED IN A FROM LORD KAMCICa TlE loth have received yewr letter of the Jil ac knowledging the receipt of the lit coiitiiinini tin names of the officers and men ii HIL ship and explosion on the niirlit ol Mith my oljsenations on respecting their on and sijfnifjinj that you are Lordships to acquaint me hi onK r mv lo have lluii them full aud complete infmmalion ti of tbe several ships employeel by me in ihr brattenes of the very important operations carrieil in against the enemys fleet in the Aix U is tlieir efi rcction that I should call upon Lofil and any other uRicir I may have cntrusted with any part of rJirt report to me their procecelings topABrwith Ktieb vations and remarks as they mayhave rnaile were executing ray orders the and i should transmit tbe same with anv Observations I may muKc YouwUJ be acquaint their tTt 1 have WriOfeh to officers to make reperls to me ac lejsnallfose notime in transinitling them m as sejejtt Bfcfhtjfnro but some time must elapse they can I had since hall their an led to uneiersland that a dc Htcconnllbnn I have transmitted of the proceedIHTS uf the fleet unrier my durkig the whole of its were liettarfroni tbe AdniiruTty to of 26th of to em I in making such a loadmri no incident that may be in any degree connected nithaay of the operations to elucidate the various iHOTe ments and proceedings of the Inattfolny so cannnt tail to promote the itr coin mon the officers and nuea ttndciuny ifeel ipon that and of tbc wbcb life reJfiulKd rora s Their Lorilsnipiiare ftai soon taken he anchorage ofJJasqoe stifrd to position enctayV beir in two an4toat be Hif taut of eacb within poiot aqjje of the betprics of DAixj atthe same that tbey were under of in suchclose not tor thepWpose of opposing a more brnridable but to avoid close round the and their Lordships will also that then pointed out the impracticability them y anattacft with the ships of tbe yi the position hey but that Icmiceiveirtbem to be assailable tiltships hiivinir previously to Lord Mul erave the expediency of sending out 20 or JO vessels for hat Tliissugjestteju was anticipated by their ind they were pleascil lo oider IJ sail of Ii to and to direct me to fit exit otliers oa tlit Jpon the arrival of Captain Ixini whom tlitir unlsLips had ordered me to eajploy in llie execution of tbe service to bf by the at his to add tbe lei he The preparations wcrr on tbc nth at and having previously called ou board the Culcilo lia the Commanders Lieutenants who hud voiun eered their and whit had been aupoiRtedby me o command I with mil in for tbeir iii the attack infording to aud small vessels to cooperate in1 uj The and I directed to take n near the Hoyart for tbe purjiose of reriiv 115 the crews of tlie iirtliips in tluir return IVoui tljc tir support the boats nf the fleet which wereto tbe and to give asxistnuce to the bich was still further Kiug George and vere fitted for throwing rockets and dirccteil to take a tation nearthe same shoal for that The and Etna were o take a station as near the tort in the isle of Aix as pos ible tbe two former to protect the whilst he threw shell into the The nil and and Insolent wore to make a dkersiou at the East tbc Isle The 1 directed to be anchored by tlie Master of the Tint one nar the Isle of and thi ther tlie with lights hoisted to guide the ireships iu their cnursc tn the attak and the lioals eif lie flctt were onrrrd to assemble alongside tbc o proceed t4i assist the under the superiuteuel of Admiral these prcconcPitcd tbc fleet was at this lime in readiness to render any service tbnt miglit be practicable but beiiig anchored iu a strong with the wind fresh from the upon tlie weathertitle itwas again moored to the ships from falling on board ench At about halfpast eight the exptosionvessels aud fireehips proceeded to the and at halfpnst nine the first rxplosionvtsiel blew up aud at movt of the tireships wrrc ohsrvvd to be oil the enemies forts aud Alaiiy nt these lireships were seen to diive tbrongli iheir uud beyoui the Islc of Shortly after lay about three miles ike made the signal by that seven of the ships were in and that half tbc fleet could destroy them it was isililc from the wliat ships were ami tbat two or three huJ madf t heir escape up tlie 1 immediately ortlered Ihe fleet to be anri nf hnlfpust anil came up nearer to the s of with a when the time of tide should render i tliiil some of the liurof battlu ships on proceed tu attatk m5es ships on shnre but the wind blowing treslj from ihe ttitb a f judged it inadvisable to risk auy of them at that iu so perilous a The fleet was thenfine 1 made the signal for fach ship to prepare with spure or sheet cables out of tbe and spring on lo be iu readiness for any of them to go that 1 might judge In the mean I ordered three additional urehips to be Observing the Impericnse to and the time of flood nearly donr the Eme nud were by signal ordered into At twenty minutes past the former opened her fire upon the enemies ships and the others as soon after as they arrived up 1 then ordered in the Valiant and Revenge to suppoil autt they soon joined in The ship Calcutta struck her colours at ten mi nutes past four and the Ville Varsuvie and Aqni in about an hour afterwards all of them were taken possession of Fy the advanced and et on Areas soon as the prisoners were a short time tbe Le Tonnere was set on fire by the Perceiving towards the of that there were sonai of the enemies grounded ships lying up towardsthe wbicb appeared tube exposed to further sent in additional with Congteves accompanied by the Casar and under directioM of RertrAdmiral with discretional ordersfinfcis acting as be should and according should render it the following then 3th tbc RearAdmiral per could be effecKd by tbe hue batUe shipsySiichi as bad also some of the tlieeianger was in which they tbe teiuiuulalj paiterfthe ser rice could be pei only by frigates and smaller ves lir most wisely took advantage of a provident shift of vi and letuKrtiT with the line of Irjtllc ships ia ou his reported to me thit it was found impiiiCticHble to destroy the and others which were lyinc at tlio of I lie ai tbe former whicfi oi ter was protected by three lines ot boats plated iu advance ti uni IK r Huriiis the of the was pioyed ia sltiis llie scliuoiu in fnr the tlxrsinail iesses in firing ou tinvnt s slips win n the tide On ut I ohsrrvt d Tniee er fosr of the enemys ships ftiJl at tt month of tlir 1 Caplain nf the to relieve iu the ecmmard vcSsOs and tu his en seavours to ilisiMiv an ilthienemys wrrc Ac uiKisitis parsr linull vtsscU iu lieuaa iieii lire tlir n mj i bijis at theeitianceof tin t j ilv su hiring oiiiie1 Jolhe the eny on I pctrlnd Sir H i tothei in 11 linjH i jlirre cnellrys lirrwf I shipy vrvre to uuir an iuv if tbeiu in bitiiattn one ij div aJ iaacn ro very strolls from lhe west tlr while ol so l hat no eoijU lie f flltUiy 011 thr tl and Hi vrreil 1O 01 wtd sllorc as Tin imainJer uf tbc c fi the iMept la l iroieclf grimed under In tle it was observed tiiat unotLcr got crtl shore i is x tetwaiiis connruicel in ut a n cr i v i tgih it too vbitji uf th Finail vessels act thf ou tiie atnii bumb naiiij teoie puire I rsist the Etna inp tlie slips rt Tht LuJ t her 13 inch mortar otjy bet ly inch c incli also renIcrrd onserviciable day from Tbifollowing Jay my oa boaid the aud tj recunnoitrc tlie ship and ope could be earned on for htr eicslructiiin that even ing and I be succeeding days the wind waitao violent aud irections to Wulfe to put lundtr iong guus into each of the Ou the I g twoof tbf Aigles Istpounir iongjuu four gun aud use every means in liU uoweito drive oiitof the ship near the and attempt to set her TinH hole of the 24th was in this the ten iorhmortars throwing wiiLont autl as Captain Wolfe reported Iu me that attack veiy little impres sion upon thi anil that the ships aud vessels which were advanced above the Bunyart shoaljn eider1o carry on these weVeiu a situation much exT posed to attack from the I MikieU any attempt would be fruitless and tlitre fore witLilrew them from their atacpd posit The s ship eontilmcd neaiToursU till the nielli of the whenhaving lightentd very considerably and applied gteat exertion toget her s hiving setju thty succeeded u their jit t anu got her up the the greatest tare iras jhat bis fleet should not saciificeii heshite of the wuiti and tuios more materialjjMo bt uttemltd and retVreoce the chart of the anchorage no thing better exfmplify the limited spare ami the naugation than the circnnistaures of une of the cnenni uibartle ships having on their tied theroadi ii February run ashore on the shore of the and being there totally There are some circumstances mentioned in my lelter of the uth which I have not thought it necssury 10 repeat or enlarge When it is considered with how or no this mosf important si rvice has hteu thejr I am agree mcj that there is i gfcat cause rejoicing at ihe uf the havo thf honour to To the Copv rtfit Iftter t Hon Pole Sijfucd bchraue from lUe May 1 n u that 1ud My Ixjr rommissiouers of ihr cafed to yon the inteutitm of his Maji stys nt to mote the thauks of bothHouses of o tr i Cnn mander in aud the ami Vaimts nf the fleet employed iu the late service iu Hasijue and tliut your Lordship had declaret tluit yuu feel it to be ycnr Huly to oppose acv vote of approbation to lxn liis eoiitnct ca I am om inanjled by tcir to sipiify tunir mrcf tlat jou stale fully to foe thrir tile grounds on which your Loniship Tie vit of thanks beiug to to tl r nd ihat Their Lordships maybe enailid to judge I far LuiiJships oljcctioii may be of a iiatuiv o justitS the suspension of tinintended potion iu wr to call lor auy further 1 my YomLordships vcrv Signed Captain Lorel Cochruncs answer Port May Sir I have to acknowledge the receipt of of tbe direction of tbc Lcrds of the Admiralty to state their the grounds on which I object to tiie vote of thanks bciug moved to Uie f that their Lordships maybe enabled to judge objectious may be of a uature to justify the snspensiou uf the iutendcd motion iu I have to that you will submit tpthejr that 1 shall at all times entertain a djie sase of the honour they will comer by any directions they will be pleased to give methat ia the object ot those my exertions will invariably co hajwi in hand with my duty and tht to satisfy iricd in the present on the point of informa tion regarding the late service in Basque I tree to that the log and sienaibooks otYthe fleet there at the period ailuded contain the particnlrjs of that aud furnish premises nfitnce accurate conclusions be readily drnwn that as those books are authentic public and us I must ne cessarily refer to as to times und any thing that I could upon the subject wonKI to their Lorilsbips be alteigether appear presnaip luous interruptions tu their Lordships which will doubtless aiwaSs fjucd ifstif upon those grounds only that cannot be 1 have the honour to Your obedieut humble Signed To the Sec to the Copv of a letter Trorn Lord GatritiieV Gatribier to requiting a goth ls6o in my letter to of the ioth detailed the whole of the prtjceedmgs offhe fleet ler my ill the attack of the tnemyjjnthe i of 1 had flattered myself tbat IshouU have re and road   

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