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Day (Newspaper) - August 8, 1809, London, Middlesex ow the killedare go dafly nurabers t view the of tmtle near and Enzersdorf they nre surprised at ri ii ound his but it possible to force Jh J chant offers for Sale a quantity states of bis fiunjly rcai1 Dooro be is enabled to i worthy the notice lie made to Samue I ROTALCH I hear of bnuicthing has accelerated siauds the Corn CUatuHtirand noy in excellent But the best soldiert wtifrfaie J mlicie many daclaie tw skill aud jgenius than die 5tfi and 6th of was by 4 inpstihgiEnions the SfnTri th forenoon he without th INV iu Gos a furnished in the iv inciflt months Eastward of the addressed Bull will a UB COPVI3SG wrretl Apptcutiee and can pro i he to i i lii i M by ftir fc latrndryj i M cd uy Piuticulart AKiiiiii uf Goldqn if o are likewise stated to situation at the etUrnity of Clapham rn larjoMfiL ron i and jadic two acres h tavfe in with nmy be of r New aKd I iewing may P huniily iwl i uf Ijud mid seven acres of jBvndov m Cliijwtll coniuagd uttachrd aruT detached of i a beaniiful and aoapproach uu An in i i ucat a jbc ii K ii Hi ut srvrn aud W bail apply to toilg or to pursuaut to an Hih Cuort of Chancery inmodft in a with Uie approbation uiic of tbt Mnstetsof lUniuuu at in tbe County of the day 111 MI iL in he Sinidry 1 and Um Uie the property of Samuel in i ed Particulars whereof may be i MaslirOrds in Soathamptqn and of i if Mr Ware and at the afurcsaMj the Featbef i I Hodilesden Anis iu the Cuuuty of HertsauJ at the ii ON LINEN to unpounce to a jnaptily of FUoc ft IpW a lias iHkrn place tbeirSpriug ii just airjvtii at their AfenU in cheaper than As they uirariably the rluiuical Ihir wear of Thty sell article but wid not Iras lhan a warranted free Jni UKUMiny rctunuil if uot I iirr StTeral liiiiu our wecautipn agauist uur Untucan be bad at no JiOuije in jriat exactly opposite the Agent to cxicutrd NtW IXruiNTEU utiiit of tiie very great c bail of it baiinr v wlio experiment lof ich hr has found to answer riioet not ooly I to wear out near ItyroVj usuil aij closer texture usually made pse ith which has llicir taking i nps Am yeiiticuieu in the i 1 hi5 rurtud the i ibeottintioa ofMcrcHan rht iu any ouai i jow and elegantly coudary did iele nece4tlf png tea and fully erppped gardeit Hid dut with fuu ii pi healthy ihrubbttf an ifiTfi Ji T4 the right of fishing u together with tea acres of odi paitore ia within ofo apd jn partltniarir elegantly nobleand weHarranircd MANSlONy with asaijtablp of intfridr citiiateonthewiit iside the residence and of principal Boon play a suite of rapacisua apartments fitted and furnighed r are fected with needfnPfor a large ancT respectable be afford tTcry comfort aod iconvtoi and the whyle gf Jhe nre repair and condition heldfoia long term of at a ho which j with way had af New the Bpe manceurre which inadeintHe foftihiM of the to leftjwingvof the French army foreseen by Who jm mediately gave the necessary orders to Bender it other the Frenrh lUp 1 xioJbe Auslrjajos the justice of declaring they ought their Generals and soldiers hav ing ihunned rio danger bnYthey were no match tor Napoleon ID military science and the exrierj f J Monarch that tlie and JOLT is still cruising in the but 1 flrwd p no actipn has hav much less couaiderabfe HI the Frenchiiu than at Asp battle o a much At were again advapcipjfYntd haH driven the Duke of Abriintea frtoni Tyroleans made an occupied actrofou toe the Austriaas rhade prwoftfersi y etali these vantages have proved the brave and their JCbe flf the of Znairn ouffnt trejnftttuateaiE ror of Rosiiafturhlitelbir1 the safety 6fhiS by tttreadyrqiadehinlBeif es aewlyconqirered Auitnan kjngdpni of Galliciar i in spite io pnfti aiid becupjftiblf thatttingdom This nrlo A the ntically and bapjuiy situate ftfcr most At of rbdedby a TionresiaTl of a Sportinjf over tract jf intersected which abound laud Vrith blacfe iutchtroopsj Htety oJvopt r their march to di jn its acres of HcHaatf fertile to a teen Sportaroaij tlie todge possesses every requi site and is appropriately fitted the exterior Offices are stabling fend coachhouse iiiiST l7 71 TO anS with wasliiag low rent most fjlarge and AitnpteJelyJfltted up at inLondon done a great of till the ith of the farther ply to Hfbel j t T w ou amiyu taken place between it and the Russian JIt has tsffcen several ships laden with grain and which had set sail from Hisjlmperial JMajesty in a few davs to set out for attendedID the Minister of War and for Foreign AffairsfCt fine the prejudices of the country in i We should become ether materials save newjvly three sterling to the For nothing is more clearly demon an that wool may be raised land in totality to any that it if is difficult to overrule theimportviiiceoilhCse If any thing could further illus it would be tinralcotatton of the ralue of ctotiJBMdc the finest SovthDoun as A yard of drab the the and the all does it even now in July1809 cost more than fourteen shillings and threepence farthing A yardof blue only fifteen shillings and tenpence we know what enor mous shameful prices are at this very time claths of the best quality are from thirtyone to thirtyiix shillings per vard thus leaving a profit to tbe manufacturer and jhe from fifteen to shillings on every yard sold to the Scarlets are even praportionably more It is greatly to be that no adequate remedy we be adduced to grievous and grc the result of shameful combination scandalous and Yesterday morning at a heavy cannonade announcecfWeneral attack of the in surgents ofVoralberg aSour They were at bjr two companies of Austrian aid furnished with pieces of The 6 ret column advanced by theway of the second Barhiij aod the third by on the right banks of the made a vigorous but welfe repulsedby the corps commanded by General and composed of Ba the volun teers of the district of Uie Iller aud whose and persevering vatour they were not lil A able to Sutx of the i tTie KiiV i has Teen received beie TrdmtTie KiiVs JFhisniburent r frofc the i o e Imperial charaedwith a headfluartehs v great if v lately arrived at have fall in all Cotdnikiproduce in the market bnj Bare riseu since me Hanoverians itHl hope to hare veraace soon as tberr despair 40 excea si ve iirforrned a con scnptipiiforthe service of trajiceand WWl tiKepladi1 iff HaiWhr fn inhabitoriU all of ol Great irfci soon ad U small force at seriousaistuVbances in iJjinovejaiid the former the J wagL to take p Ou the the Bavanan cordon near at most 400 an sed Yesteiiday nior i j of 1FT J D inform the Pu are on Saleafc th 0 ft and NoT 6 of ih whole Sharw higher ISiftecnth THQUSANJE lhe at the abore Lbtt i io the parish of Northajl of about i Barnet dine tto by and York at npqn id etham Iarrive in femperbr flic French by w thwMonarch JJis Royal Majesty with the armistice concluded on tbe 12tb in tbe i of W V the m chief of the corpsassembled n Weihgarten 16 hisHoyal the Prince whose head quarters been removed of prince Corvo passed thisxlay tjiroughthi ort fiis way rnssiahas sequestratfd and oFlhe Duke of HORSEMONCrER INSOLVENT The Coiirt proceeded this day in discharging the Insolvent Debtors confined in tbe Kings The discliarge of Richard was op posed uncler as being an attor This section deprives such or vt as shall embezzle or convert to own use any money or the property of their which they shall recover for of the benefit of the The opposition was made pa the following The prisoner was ptoyedby a poor woman of the name of Trim as next kin to a person who had and who had made an irregular to set it in the Court of To effect this he em ployed the carried on the proceedings in the Ecclesiastkal and who succeeded in setting aside the poor bcciure 40 Browne stated to the Court the prisoner received by virtue of a power of attorney frcm aud never paid her airy part of Browne also stated the did pot his costs him as amouiilnig only passed bia bond for thsft The uufortuoate woman was afterwards to go iuto the where On bemitFoF the arguedtluit tfje ob jettjoa cookl wjtfcMfr wiiowas that fhe conditions ti1 El j VT w en wlncli the Emperor Napohon granted the armistice are of the and will productive very momentous At tbe late Lewes Lord the Patron oF the presided as ahd in amosi luminous enrbrtcirig the to every the actus I portion of bur great together with prospects of its ftftafe rise and amelioration iu eVery coneurWng and incontestible doaiments Drt BOtwithstartding the1 Com1 plaintb aim id tWrougfeotot thekirigrfofflj the of fctood and narrow cloths yi little short of averager of the an other dlng on decline in the export year i infallibly be for our fiays Lord lue or J8 ttfe coaf wfii Wol not haying taken bond ibr his but with and she being of course wiih her to whom alone he was It was also urged that it ilid pot appear that or any one from had ever demanded the if auy due to Tbe overruled these ob and decided that the opposition on the of Browne to discharge of the pri soner completely within the meaning of the The prJsdtver was of Edward a Captain in the Warwickshire was opposed on the ground of his not having inserted iu hii schedule the property he must liave been posses sed in order to quality hinafor the commission which he that he received his qua lification through the assistance of a who executed a deed conveying to him landed pro perty in Yorkshire to the amount of having obtaiued the desired that of ire ceiving a Captains the deed wus Jt was on the part pf the ctfc After taking a eomprehensirfe purvey ofl and Yesterday afternoon Prince Tp tiroijv too Dunierout to ftriroaf g Aii omes to and a new Port HJ that tfirs property as a matter of to be delivered over to inasmuch as did not appeartliaf a deed of recon vejance had been the pro by Virtue of the deed just was still the property ofthe This set aside on the ground of th deedof conveyance alluded to never having1 been nor had it ever been in the possession ofthe being merely a temporary finesse in order o obtain the com prisoner was therefore Michael Reilley was remandedih consequence of an objection to his discharge having beea takenjby 6n the ground of bis having obtained goods under false having repre as a person named and haying staged himself to be a ifliat the1 character obtained goods to thranrounf of from an for the as he of ex to3uenps The goods were Hut sold iu ifheprisbner not represented him to be and that the reason the gpods were not sent to Buenos Ayres was the change that topk place in that pountry after it had come Into our Had his creditors beeri Jess prompt in arfesliog he felt convinced have been able to dis all his Several objections were taken to the distil pf such as which weie directed to tie raers to be up promise abundant
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