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   Day (Newspaper) - August 4, 1809, London, Middlesex                                V Ojfcers titular anJiwjt ruioloymeat alhu io of that i fli l uradnCf nsfulir i re of good for Atdcnooalaify li I urn you my sincere thanks yuii have conferred i he Kattem and iliat I shall endeavour by diligent the to prove myself nut irc which you rcpoked ip to aud Yuur most oheilioit jjoyorf know the which onshore on account rfcihe was ot off and went up the day liljht as it appeared By Lord to my v jrom thJ v Attd this I did from 3 Ulib aiid the mi Joseph i uiM JaiiirB Ricliard i and and unt and notice is given i the therefore can be hut the fbiiiid iln ni tinimiliatcly Toms Cof reiiivr FlVJlCit of built wuhiu these few and fit for fcenttel family cummand and beanty cx with excdlent stnhlcs and taxi a onill 1addocb jae agreeable dtttance from a respectable where staes ass stapes pass tlmex 8 and near the may be of av terhosterruw and of Middlesex ai f fioeKvely a detached nl rnuiiroas Large i 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independent of which afecre iupply of Danin of fine Acsli ft aS yeaw cod wIA the most retpjectabre neighbouring a very desirable situate ra ci Nurih jiattSu AM for wilfi v in tliat rfspefUWe4 th HulUe Jnthio thwfc jjitl and fit elrgpnt desiring liumerons small and greelioi with further PailiculaCTy Snow Family with ii Aries of Land svrry food FAMILY vjlfi and ecvin acres of meSutDtr plil listed in Chiqwell cortmiapd wry prospects of ihe surrounding attached and detached offices bf a beautiful ani aqapproarb hy a ntat filirubbciy a leaseWitt a tniu uf seven and immediate possts apply Longj StepneyCauseway or to Immediate of iheuoqt satisfactory nature may be faown by to at liia Anctton Ludgntti fc walking the poop Commander in Chill to be made to the If permit It was so Was anything shore telegraph tocomnin Jy the 0f mperiense aifi can destroy ofjiis tuichprage Roads to the time of mVleaving it deem myself a very incomjbe int judge of the Commander in ChieTs kuojy no instance in wbicb these terms eau be apphedi although I think the ships proceeding to tle attack of the 12th mignt have floated iu sooner in the last halfof the about eleven The liqe of battle ships went in a short time after two Isthe Court understand that you formed tfris opinion from information you have of or time the depth of water we found going aud from seeing the in responding turn of tide the following tlie titfie of the first and until your departure from Basque on the 25th was there to the best of judgments every thing done that was prac agaiust tlie euemys ships Every When you say the ships of the line would have floated in at eleven do you mean to would the Cojnmajidcr in Chief tjiejn at that Hnae ships of the anchored in a situati6u toaanoy At that tiine I possessed of strength of Isle Admiral called ajjd accoontoT the state of the enemy n Basque after the LordOAareiER here declined examining any further and the tention of calling witnesses W some t dan in congeajieuc jkJ f1 m Chief moti quence ofthajt i Is the ofeqnul as well calculated to eatiy Jnformation or i J amigno i in cohse or nearly asto bt os that UK N I NEHOUSES in fccrrral called jor of i with land two TSbore Particulars may be a on appfiration to toe f i lie said or to South 1 St Pauls Chrfrch Jin vrritku nudef must be sent on or before tb r TesWy by n CheapSidei fiiyttiii Yn price from tf i J COMMODOBfi ALDER the of Laght of the Scfaeldtc Bythe I Finances montl or TopoLfaphfcVl Account of fhe Conn GRAND ebpreQicnt intli la sltnated on f DjMt divecajQcd pro an eligible autt terouJary tjfit rarelytp This x of calculated for jpanufactocypf ig wdl wnppliedBjth nnd few prvpertiei arc possessed be viewed wjth nnd fnitlier particulars known by application to James Aurtiqoeef mid near The purchaser inky be aecom one jialftba purchasemoney on with interest for serep if if t I Tt COOftT MARTIAL ON THE RIGHT LORD in Were Siiy iacbnsi jhe small vessels uaj you any yersaftou with riodypu ctmgthe accuracy thatsngnal iill or nearly all day Admiral athisown called in to correct that partofhis evidence in wliicti he had stated that the explosion of one of tlie fire vessels was so near to of the Imperieuse ihat one of them had been very niuch He omitted to state that both the damaged boat And theotiter which accompanied her were picked He was then questioned by up by the From the mander m Chief in Basque Roads tcrthe time of cap you any instance of his or to the public So from that it always appeared to me that thKConiuianderin Chief was actuated i r a w arpi M sire t6 duties of service entrust ed to him btfncliialitv and ntluallty examined by it mitted die WKfit did he say to their accuracy of ini11 was conversing with Lord rane of April respecting the tlis tanceof the British fleet from the French his Lordship stated the fleets were nine miles from otllej I replied that they wererpuly six hadbeeuascertained byanglesaswellasby upon the HisiLbrdship re the chart was not to speak ing of a were in the habit of placing a smaller space upon jhe tfian proper that he had an instance of if upon some fprmeTr standing into tlie Hfe found by the where space was near five or six miles instead ofbeirig What numberof for heating shot did Lord Cochranereport to me there jwere on IsiiHid i 1th ot April lpuot recollecQ but be reported on his retorufrom reconnoitring on the Sth of that he perceived 1800 and five furnaces burning atthat Was not the firing of Jhe eyptosidn vessels committed Lord Lord GAMSIEE then that under the pecu of the counection between Sir Harry Neale and as a coqfidential friend and his he should not ask anyfurther By the state flninQ f rtaf ui XolC of the depth of to allow me to I urylerstood ihat it was mentioned ah instance of orinatteiitioDi orr the part of the Cotiimander iu then is it that you now say you can not state ypbj reftspus for have already I did not attrjbute it to I mebtiofled it as a upon which Jhere might be of Do yPu mein your answerto fhat ihere was water iiifficietvt for the lineof battle ships to have in at of the expediency of such a measure you donlt form apy judgment mean to say that it was a OJiwbtcfitliediscretionoftfeeCommauderinChief be fytfly uf ed was imppssible Jbrime to foretel tjie it depended so much on fortui tous wponthc spotj and a spectator of cousidtring the circumtonces of tjie time think tnat two lihe of Iwttle ships could havjs sent inat yevehroetock wasap a ojij Captain WOLFE again and examined by the When you joined the Imperieuse on the 14th for tRe purpose of relieving that slnp and further operations of the vessels against the what communication had you with the CapUiu of that ship after we Cochraue camton aud after saying I had tome to relieve I asked him what he would recommend me to do with the vessels under my orders for tlie destruction of the enemys ships be told me that the targe mortar on board the Etna had and tlmt the only tiling we had to do was to bombard as long as the shells of the other mortar lasted tUt if an opportunity offered of scudding the im it should be done by day as ibany officers of the tirevessels bad made such a bad business of it on the niglxt of the Feel ing the great on I asked him if therewas any tiling else he could suggest for tbe destruction of the I think lie nothing more tlitui to bombard tiietn while tl e shells lasted and I believe they wereall expended that Was any attempt made td employ ihips ngainst the enemy as I did uot thmk it prudent so to from the impractica of their them for want of the tides would not serve only at they so well protected by the numerous armed and were doing all that lay in their power to move tbfitn up Qi Lord Cochrsme having remacked to that some of the tireships uponthe first attack upon the enemy had not been do you know of any particalar fireship or were improperly conducted on the llth April particularize those as a ojis atieptiop was entirely I already isfcarted rfprofed ray Itfiat fifllrVtt TliltVi tttrrt ships fj our two circuinstances whjcb hapj badly maiaged the ship that passeep1 be tween and the Island and got wastiie only one 1 particularly I hailed several live that caine very rbm our own very kearly set fire to bV those that TconVoniy learn tKe names oftwo of the officers of the tin shipsthat behaved well very one of them was commaQdedtby who tp be liad passed us I ITT r to you how IsTeaAix iu wnuui uiuvvuu uiaKiug m tbat signal Harry A in conscience some latibcnes were to and but Ido not know what TJ they were seat moVial tlio nri f rtnv in many guns batteries he reported the batteViesto bein a state of ViSi6le fxjthe fleet the new It is material for me tp pbr that Cochrane made the sigiial destroy on account I did not recal the batas nothing efiected by Hie Lprd when on the he made the stg nal to wlieH recal i f to re main can destroy thouglit it unneces sary tp this than to direct his By to communi with slupsLord Cochraue knew relieve I jUrd Cochraiie to ip any in cpritem i i of lorrning auy judgment upon When you1 say tbe line would to speak to the depth without would prevented or their getting in confine myself to the meaning of the water Captain of tike Btage that being under the 12th of and it oeing that a signal was made from the Commander in to go to assistance of the he proceeded on after that ship to r of tjie was ano who begged I would keep my eye on as he Hre his shio till hfe was amongst them I and saw hid run a two decked shipof the eoemy frprri the first breeze I could not bear the names of rtie other Ira me tpop5 broarl of and beigedI would notice blow op hadof pb the proceedings the sloouj Aix fBy Were jou not subject to annoyance from the shot from the while lay the Aquilpn was that I could stand in and aunoy the when the others could The Ville de Varsovie was in the wake the so as prevent mosj without i t t I or 6ur ships Acting agaiust the firing into the Ville At you were the wereauy of the afterwards escaped up theChaftnte within reach of being destroyed by bur shot Canyou state any instance of jnis or in the proceedings of the in Chief during your service JBasque abd ex cept that had the Commander in Chief thought proper have the shipsin there was a possibility of apnoyiwg enemy more but ships must have not ooly to Ijre enemys ships at but also from the Isle I cannot to place my judgment in competition that of the Coui how far it was to have sent ships of earlier ijeen subject to frjjro jjench slygs remayiing trI eigcfly time she fnl f v9 v anchprage where rIn ansyer to theqnestion9 to therbest of his judgment erefy exertion of and the aid it appear ta that any of these vessels inany instance whatever improperly doat lert that there I think if there had Tsfiould Captain MALCOLM and examined bytke Frotri the first attacken the shrps of the eoe on the evening 1 ijh of ApriT to he time of your leaving was every according to your dpne that could be done to effect tbejr destruction rOu of the a great part of theerfe mys ships seen the tide ebbino about eight oclock in my opinion it would imprudent to have ordered any of the large ships to attack the There wcs no iuipediment to small ships rgoing iu abgut that time the bomb went It being near fiw the Court adjourned until tomorrow at FROM THE fast at and frpm the ajad cpjitnclt r lOg the strfte of Would ypu been nsed sliipa earlier in to those as ratJjef and ajwarii of apetfiect the ancbor ncro KiattvAAntlio The positions which theFrench vuiy jigreeably to the of the are a proof of the tht of The conqueror is putiripPsseataen of two citadels jwhich the army in rglowflus rapidity pf its bad been forced to leave behind it tbe have been obtained by io order tp secftre the positions of the Frencharmy on the of Another ad fearer to humanity the prompt evacuation of Xyrpl apd TorilSerg by the in some m defeat wheyetneir presence was fatal tranoelllrty of the Tbe mere intelligenceof tbe weakness of an so many has i i so many has iyof means of subsistence than crimes and nse the aud that kwas no unne they Qceatu as anchor ailfd the battenes Front the i ij aijthe word of a pacific are w which the Cabinet 91 Jamess the pride con cerning wHichitseemed be What kirief farpoHS of littledefenceless town and ft is tliis wretched conquest which is tbe counterpart to the battle of It the first cjisewibarkatjon Erjgbsjv in Austria should tiike place fliof Unites oft House was destroyed j of iirne tpdisembark them pr would a heW exam rw JTS Should war to tif   

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