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   Day (Newspaper) - July 29, 1809, London, Middlesex                                Commissioners hereby Mat of apprentice asa Myesty tkc fifteen of thel the morning arettftuate inuW to ap t liero pec o none need apply to ii tte preferable part oTGlo Oakley the WA ueariy adjoining tbe extcSrivfe aiaiofty grouiidJIpwrr andfirtt story to is siBguloriWielirfiblc from AT SIX that a Call of on SUarcH of tlie Company ivwlc ami uurrtrd to be Jjaid ihlb tHe Sou and Co to tfee txccotrit f nn or bdbre Fri lnul r ufthtCourt of Directory vp If V I I Justices of tlie Couttly of r ucit at lie Bell mi Auciit at Twelve ocloCK oiid Iroposals frott nlirz Gmtiact fur Such nre to be i MI Security will be rt for audit Plan as T further particu at i hi Office of the Clcri of 1 liULSES be i in several all lliole orkuown with Land adjoining two tailes f6ni iSbore may lie and tlie tu tlie Recturor the Clmrcn j or to Sautl anil St Pauls o for taking any of tile ou or before tlie Istf Uaf of 1 S iu a is WLI1 aojpajnted with the S a UAHMA ID a aciivr of 33 yearn of free u lulived iu ti e can and to at Oxford i STATE WITH ONLY 5000 of fiOjoOOtr i 12 j SendsMpoL AlltnieDrawaJn WJFT and Puft Saleatf The Scheme of the present State Lottery is AdvenCuFW an opportunity f gaining the immense Sum of which may Be iy whofe of t or in pro fiaru and Shares will be higher Ofl n hl I EiCihT from at Kcvtral FREEHOLD from 200 to jgoo Acres ly o Mr Aiam Land Sur Tfifcfca ll BuK oiFtrs for XERES aud U in iii of Uis own family resi Vn Li jluiitera aud iiouio be tb wurihy the notice maiitto Samuel Cbr vi strri Mmore notclnia ence inalce jtieii A JL lead tp many as tfinr exi jay ead to and discover hi ttii tlicm in hot cftmatcsjp whicniwjlfr ikviiw nlao tti am weatfaeV I J IK 5 Kir nis I n UlAJKNELL that UP lias tue clioiccst AT resjjefctlirUy ahore Jn SpiatupUjLj from the Saill the Itonse iivours aad be LLT ft n an iniiiiencp fronting the M aud auiutrous on ur without76 wrth immediateptasetJBOnAFoT w tlie swnej lI m 1C I Situation for dnd Ftfr1 qttlt UOVSKtobc on 1 uutt nil i pan The Frbpiietor I4 rcsprctabilitypfeitVatiohjifjeec if lift 1 to AiilMA TKAV in one iu 8npcrr U 10 N TRAY of Modern Times 11wnmnn tint Eedvccc aH r first aru tauglit tlic wliccdtiug 31 i tjrscmicfixit iTlicnrarstsby finivmuniy xvitHopr a Talfe Of gates tfiettiferveswbuld Wave been quite equal to the The ehemywere the morn ingJitteinptnjg to git their topmails which m tfieicporfe of fix Hours from day light in tHe T i I do not thinfc had at the nine they made fail on the approach of the Brirfib ran ajgroand in the middle pf channel leading Wthe think m aboutfaaff hour after the feet an PRICE f of Aye hail in paffing the to know ifjifc id main in the inner and was direaed by me to do if he had no orders to otherwife for I imagine it pi though not at all that the fignal ofrecal had been without our feeing The bomb It being in the JogBook of the Im dittltloycooperi sr Apply to of tsaetuvfe Xfiik the Sittfods V au ulislujd House jn the The ore very nnd tnte pttrtllascr may fee acctimmqdaUd Jtji postpaid at the bar of the Bauk that at four of the 13th of was mide to mffiofe fquadron to wprkr the ebbtide having there not being for the bbnib to lay afloat j it being looted in the fignal log of the1 tfcat the jfaine afternptinyoijr atifwered Wf in l and icClaJedottta any I wlfhfolcriowirhetherfochGfenaiwas fctfade to in tbe af the Pallas bringing anchored Here we out the reach of fhot or 5f water at the dead of and was as I have Already at leaft of the I with alfo to call the attpn tion of the Court to my after the Impe rieufe was refitted on the evening of the and after die receipt of the letter marked for during tlie evening of that or on the morrjine previous to the fecond fignal of recal that hip and tlie Pallas e whole ii atcbwit far pro carrying pn luuccra will be at least tJn Half lit Eighth Strteerti I their conldnot in any ceedittg that tbi fhips to undTfturbed into the river J fignal no in tefli Court the impolicy to prpceed idiSlii Noble fiiggeftedto the 4he tfoble Lorjd t and only calcQ to the arid whether in Thore came out in conferioferice thereof and what was dieparpdrt of the telegfapliic Lord xXi v lated to fnske an j wi thedefirerif Lord it was his duty ijjltc whichIt Court would ajiow of the they Jnight in nil thitthe further which I hold hi hiy the tugtiilitt wiTft the oonibi and tp of my hana wtictfi beg may bereid to the The fetter was then m fabftance as fbl as attacked I found that a very heavy refponfibiliry lie on my flioulders in cafe of any cafes of rriRury operations are always probable pnr fometimes I think there is nothing that I except the orders given ta who roe in inner with full po wers5 about the means which I j A or he might think to effeci thedeftrudipn of the The order jated miftake the delivered avjd written on the as thewn to on the day on I Tbe iu au fapnoarj Packwoods Strops are still recommended j Bate 3k o add jm pen td a fnenolVli selhng Strops ie5 r TH6 RIGHT LORD Did it appear to yodjf unneceflafy delayoccurred from daylight of the of you Chief tfiaj half the dttit hips capabVelit anyDegree 16 refift anqii did expect that an endeavour weulcl have been j I 1 J 1 V the fituation in wmcn jarey oyjan at ack by two whichwert qiiiwfijfficferit for 1 ThetiM ani properand sthe in their j f a i i fr thought Lord Admiral Cochranfrwaa yroptea iCTB of j smi tfa about ftidi that thfe ihHfe aniweir The Court a determjnauon not to IT in fptuLrp he hooldj confine hinjfelf 1 f c Mr mii ijtfi April part nqt uft tSf the beforeI iftridUy to of and not irt the ilianher he ftl ana exf xajnjnation i ordered aifijLwas and I by hgiling if red from the Captain that he brig wiibhirnj rhfim and j x Tfie imprewpn upontn to the excepi 1e repMd Batty a v ftroy thccnemTs fljips 90 whichi elude that his 1 wnat was Examined the your Lordlliip firft difcover ibat of Aix there was Sufficiently capacious to hold fijc Uie line to ride being in ihe range of or flbell had been in poffelTipn of French which I had found defcjaive in any material for atmmber of and fmm tbefe charts I have at all hiy clufihns refpeft to depth nf the or other cjrcurriftarces relate to that the and on them in this all I placed my I went I comch I knew bytbe wjien in purfuit of I waste find a bank found and anchored and thjs knowing wbatl was And in fact I placed utmoft has long appealed tii merthat this anchorage if any objeft was in be fafe In the chart that your confujred upon this the in it as to afford afpace ftifficient for the out of offliot or diet upon 07 fljindj but by which s as taf the vCl u L 1 1 V t rt the letter whicrj I naw holdjn banairoqi pis direcinig relieve me in Tlie letter tarn outer was to having oJiisLorduip mj t Ll L I I r ti his tLprdQiip difrejj ry I cfierjeLQje made cqncfjving swfwered as I hjiye already in Qrr Idhinki weigkL It appears byihe log of the tSat at three M with brigs Jncompanyj and a hip thfe were bombarding the enemy Wbeit were tbey and bycwhofe in to I beHibe put after had uktn her anchorage j Theday beforfef told them to come out th4 tnOhey a lit allhad receivfld In letted irj erf Vttft ahd to tliat of were correctly yon drewa conclurfipn that ifeie wjs 4rich6tage for fii failoT the linediiiyoo mafee any of tfiat firipoftant fatt to the Commander in Commandr in Chief badthtfame IbelieveVas 1 He on in wh fe irpm previous know the CommanBef in Chief to rejy above ali other ili recohnoitiing theffeet the Brit d when fo near as to the to open a fire from almoft its I repfrttd o tl Cfeief the ffsite of tbelfle it fraving the pletetyijtilpwh up and I not only alcertafnecl from tHe with perfect pre Is to the fide but alfo to tSe Ppppfite from the there wcfe gunsmounted upon tfiUt fide on which I had fortnerly to the beft of my ttonV about In making cbfervaiioti to Ldrdftrp for his lie pisrfecl reliahce upon the opinion of tie and the Ifle DAix was that it Kad three tier nf guns triblinted ttJwards the 1 then obferved fo his that the circumftanccs to which I my own drd not alter I noticed aUo rns little confidence that Vas placed in theie and faid to his as well as to EJSr Harry tHat i never a particularly a French who did not find a fhpal whereon there a i on the dJiyY my 15th dndhis Lord whn whole if the of the PallaVaifd aflhigitteaV their foreandv WQOWiiMe i 6 tfegJed in cfenduftof tip LbrdthrS anchbiynmiftitef Ci1B Tweo e aRd letter havuig direfledjoe to explain my wfiroceihefr It was jfiad V atteniioif a matter thaf asfh4 basnet f at y towards off PTT r 4 T tha to ward We eaftVanl thV jtj   

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