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Day (Newspaper) - August 1, 1809, London, Middlesex A FK warranted ana r a of V is hands and half suoJ match aslieisical J a or a chafec with pnrted with no tliiui IIT i further occasion for Black and SHOP in Qiia Ytm bolli ul qurtiee of the rrtriimlars inquire or Old South viiy lucrative STAGE x a riislancc from K i very desirable concern ill curriid on by the proprietor and issuchan opportunity inclinable to ornbgrk1 m returns Ucing very particulars iuquire l elegant RESIDENCE for ci lfi fliruished 10 a superior style 1 i j i H ll1 and in the ViV situate as i v writb printed Purtl luloi Mr Tlany New TTiTTTTriy simply ilTAt of andtasteful ivciy tJonuilic acj ilipiiiKyftl and i j uiicai i of Tie of rieat seated the of bo may be ted of i IP J11 InofTACib LANJDi M tiitiii ten principal iutl chd utter ana stabling niuctivc end fuMy cropped ami the wfeicb1 lUtriliUi b together with ttii acres of nn rigTit ofdejjajturjiec to B Ml Poi fur i i suiic of exterior and uot Mde of u The I filled au rrery nnxlfiilfor I ilir ailurd every cyniibrt arjdvceovejii tin hide of the ate in Kpa auJ held for a long terai of at a hftw be vievrcd by 1 icketi only may Le at ii A nen moat k ou the batiks of the Bfauljeux shel fcii liv a vkrrra of mounlain4aud iu its aiid eavi li a Lunivstall of 30 acrcsof ricliand fcrtrre irith a iihi of Sjiorting orer an hnmcnset iMinbicud by which abound od bud particularly Suited sknu the possesses ifcr cxtiriur offices are S brace wiUi uitli for the furtherance at aJ i iml a in every f may Harry iiiiriim and elegant RKSlDENCEv late of siluatv at ihe extremityof pleasiag prospcctorer HKR aaiM imd peculiarly airy aBtltcilWi Jlje llviic comprises a lioblesatt of inripal ami sf opening intoa gt BVy and a eompctiint range liot und cold ncvommojntion of a Pi haw rccHitly anil anf unl tastmil aud ififh thi unblc pier aad chltAoT carpHs and IHLK BELURAVE a Tiry dcsimhte in ipeifoct lokl MOUBCDQitlj fur n tciTOof oljlow art irell calculated fur a genteel kWiug doors to lireskfeist amd dojncsjic abi EUIK garden in aud Vane dVtt beVino7 h and of E MANSION EVcopsistipgjUi very liigh state dranincroO171 Mx guuu filh rry requilito utlaolved til W a U wbo be to addrem BftUfr v be with orTwitliout a House tine lei wiihiritbpee oTitWHtyal Ex veil ijr oibcr apply to or to the 3 be acaeitel in neighbourhood ctnBbiuiug the of both towiand con and suitable ifurfthe JHjWdlalercccpktiou of a Kenttel the inquire f or i rrbtn Upnol This Day is on a super fine wore in royal uniform with I is Boards MARM1QN a Tale gftnttrrMwi Tis woman By her Her very eyes us of oar mbriiy vrith London published Cbeapside and sold by Duoru Glaspow and Mh Mf fllASOALLs On the 10th of Jul o DtJ and jiayable npun oil foreign articles Ira portedinto of eXporUSJ from Cfrent Brifain the the Countervailing betwrsen Great Sritara anft IrelandtKe Bounties andATMjfcartAifc BiitiBli FishcrieEi thfe Dtlffetf Goajitwiie the Bu4 IHitils tojrether Ilt l v Samuel Tin STATE tOTTERYJ 4 WIFT that PICKETS Aldgite Higfaitreet The Scheme presj s and affords the an of WSeoolW w by purdipdnf jfisAyJioJeof pbrdon for any part Tickets and Shares will higher Before the Present Prlcfc Half Quarter 5L v t the begiouingofttie present On th the anddriyen bflck General TesblWd to wait ibr the enemy in tbe position He was attacked there on the the vastly superior in Jtavrffg seen part turned where 1ft expeeteato junction with of obtaiuiiig he to present ih6 most to tlie advancing OntlieJJthj the eneipy under the command bj Marshal attacked CJuueral Radivoje at dayItrtttk with audr timessuperior tlrtil4wlt andbj ihis acquired for his Iijttie Aftliis came up with battalious of our Tfcej in stj iiacyfor he n driven bick ot Pii immense number of for ftoin St Riissian army It to cateeoricaV ansji shptting ft tTie S the answer shouia be giV The answer is in the but J connejEafr a but again for m strong lor the packet is ai Diet is still a laugh ais long as the fleet ia iu the sairj The dt qiJjet here tKE LATE iUUKE OF PRESENT JKTN Looknpon tMU rj artid of btimari fcdiin the cohdtict aricf pared ttrnbittoh hs meshaostiiiffr s IJas placed roe into Toy hand the aHm fi to tfct fbfrtHe i zett iinicfi aaV f wit into ybttranria toglv and for nexttoil F fays to deliver On the saine day our lefii 300 men is La jQiii the i J A JRilJ up bnag6a generalaetion with GeoeraL Qar otonr coinmns of butit is for than tliat troop eptered themsetyea wiih sac start doi tlie altar of tfo hftVC me the oWdictiortof onthirsorw for whooikIsalicitvotBr of gra titude thatl nave Hficriteddnriugthecoiurae Iray worthy to ascend daythe Bot if Uiis sow daties im instantof wliiEer the at ofa KiiieiofSweikfrjia toiovfeofidhondr my sorrow at Iriiiing demTanioT41eaireni as1 a ko retake iny hbpe biA the my to of they have nlsotecelved same affeeand A feeneral i Rio dt May respect etjoal We Letters from lie Ru8sian lopepermit us to p a prosperons voja you faYewelh J Signal on the behalf and wuhlthe the Riode 8th da is with the mostheartfelt fion tliat I receive the flattering proofs the Mer chants yon represent pleased1 to give ifoeby your that my pro mote thecommercial interests of our country in this part of world have had the desired eifect J liave been most anxious to witness a more completely advantageous result extended scale bijt of tins I amfor tHS present I trust however I shal have the satisfaction of knowing that vour tesfe will not sufier from my considerfng known patriotism ability of stfccessoi in RearAdmiral De Theflatteringiiiauner iti whicli you have been pressedto convey this unaiiimous address of tfie enhances theoralue of my and 1 cun assure thatiu whatever line of service the commands of his Majestys Government may placje I can never cease to feel interested for or omit to profit by ariy opportunity which maj offer br which I niay be able to find to further the beg to accept for and to convey to your best for you and they have done me oh this 8od onall and ttltcfw nre to subsciibe with Yourand dieir faithful humble Signed ERUPTION QF beett favoured byah Officer Sicily with following accqua of ilouut which fjf ptafce atifte end of March and continnec tit fcyraxbist ashes inilts streets Were cdyereii doublack with it the child reb Said itralnec orthereabbufs at mespbere dark festsun paleaud thunder rain the weather cleared andwhid V JeFt and1 prtfceederi coh pany Goat v 1 iHut bat the bUk a it al Pleinonteand still inch and and became but it black cinders of the size ofa pea and thte you approacheff the volcatltf and Crackling under your feet at four aacendeci Miunt Etna Lingua and lavain thehvoody regrons about seven Soon after we approached tbe principal crater were then seven or whew Ibng after duski We came within thirtyto fifty aftd chose our ground so be nearlyAn It to describe stkrJlime and iin of these runmeilse with sorhetliini continued discharge SUfiUery trorha per example aricTsuhrterra makes the tremble under ytu the flames ascend amidst tumns of thick wliite and from from these witha fury thtft suffers no accompanied with thick and conti nued showers of firestoties and some of an immense size which are driveii into theair to an astonishing out of sight cover all the large theirWeignti again though iome fell among us the size of at least foot I carriieti off a flat one with F twhich IitillpleSeTrve a butrwith the lesser walmit vere even at a great dis the trees also were covered with f thff great quantity of cinders and do not compose the running irtd which fall back almost pejpendienlarly aariits afefofmed irqiiiidthecratet which swell jnto ttie princiTpal one Was how alm6st is largeas cue of the Monti Rossesi Some of j but this I fancy is lava bubbling From our first position ive by the side of the which can compared fiery seain of rolling one tfe Sieiivcarrjthg and every in it are not awaj people the lava sur pvftV ijoriarfrorkt cbCBflce idea trees Weesr Hic4tipg dowrij vffecfe ihey harffallefii a part of tfte buti Neariyat he highest part OftiTelava withoutsome piece on a gridiron ami dressed a beefsteak ou voted The whole scene in jrks trideijcfibably grand and HQthing but TeafTty can give turned we found the befoferflen the ground we stpoilthe nigfit before coniplfjtely Westarfed a poor fig harviiear the whogi we very but aud she tbrtaliatelv ri This morning we in its different parts and passed the ground in viBiarral places to its The lava is very different shape of the ground aud according as it or descends but we calculated that abcot highest part whereit is most itmfigtitnm in some places three or an the IowtE you Jescend duully aud of course tlie stoxver it sd ft at of course op portiou in some parts it aC extremity itmay befrom 12 to 15 and 20 fettr high but it is wellkqown that thereTis lying of former eruptions 300 Iejft stopped a gljod while in troat of wtiere maitjr of tlit poor distressed ptasauts sat 20 yards of walcliiog its aud seeiujj those rivers advancing slowlytowards them iu all their awful distroying their and spreading What a melandioty spectacle here 1 it clearly advanced more than 50 or 100 yards per ft tad now conie among the which it swaliofring up One person the Baron of Franca hac lostter tlie amount of cousideriug number ofpoor people lose jheir bread by is heartbroking We setting up asubscrijrtioufor totKe of was burni it had marched wLtiiiir aboii t burt am informed jFranra Villa that more and anotlier over old on like tvesaw so that the fee a I tfuiM It was impossibte ust heeii ss e wii are themouiitmu lith i oearly so tftatit is no itiort out as ot many former ADMIRALTY IKSUKANCE The plaintiff was the celebrated Captain ViceAdmiral of in the ser President Chriatophe Tlie vyere the underwriters at The are the circumstances of the f use Admiral Goodall bad sold to President Caits opHe an English which he had previously it out as a ship war and rt was o be used by that chieftain for the purpose of carrying on war against For this ship GtkKteil wasjpaid in with which xhe a hired for and he vessel was cleared out at Gape Francois for j Before he freighted the be raused his agents in to insure the cargo or Ju Goodsii y order of on a cruise off tlye of against a flotillabelongiiig to he nriug be ng was under thesuper ntendance of a at whawent on to Whije this doipgj an English quad roil from surrounded the Hayiian feit took ook hiinaviidihisofficers aridsent them II is state prisoners to Engalndapn Kings After at Plymouth fpr near six they werereleased by an order lecretary ofState a bey arrived ia Grogau had gone n board GoodaUs shipas a the esser Sffdrtlf the master Oil the passage Grogaii asaamed and prevailed on tfie mate eer to On the t he irrioueyrinto his own intiiHt the vessel after Wards under Kecare roygh her safe into Liver poo I ym ix weelfis Admiral sueclr tne for the of the eiicfi hfid as wi th ion the cargo wherever hat washis hat tHeyf not liable tvere5 and that supli ou llCUkl ii f
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