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   Day (Newspaper) - August 12, 1809, London, Middlesex                                1 of the great valour in PRICE BY PRIVATE be a J cayiial Double abont ninefcet on each sod Blont brass t upoiivach rtid aku il of Adanuon 11 giXNJ CuuntuigbpiMC i l situalfil fir I hiCustom liduse and 1 1 and ufii uiih four wash with brewing and large gmrdetr and a completely fitted tip for I be at rHijfiitlully situate fur trade ami rijjlit of fisheryami jlilc nod Gcmlirueus miles IMS ilone a firat etroke of basiness till the Uir furthir particular ap net Hour A doieh tbe whole of which the time 1AciL with large pro LEASEibr 21 i iijdcrate of a rhcfiful luudenibuilt RE up in I lie Cuttage flitpatcdiu Bow coiilainiug three aud br P with fr aud othrr fur excelleiitr plta kiiilun with a grteu he i IM 1 Hotttehold JBARRY PHIL hit Great New Bouditrctt rhodera and elegant finetoned ernml f britliani pier mnmllkneotu the of ital maboeanv dinincr PJ ital mahogmny ICIBII To FKOM Miiiiiaut and Shipowners interested n IitTi lnli1 under coi are most earnestly re t i mil i ry on Mon ilimli uf i iikiiij iiilijconsldcrajirtn cluims of saliagp for should be taken either to repel or GHORGE GliDUES and C red i lore of J and Company are inJUtoed that tjiere the isth for eleven i lie for tbe taVing of proofs of Creditors who intend to prove on that to send the parlicnlars of their and ri they to aud O d that tlieir depositions may prepared r Mi H and elegantdrtarlni mahogany fimrpost ncbcottoo aodsxy table Turkey and Kidderfairftter iay escort without any It is un derstood that he is togo to Avignon in is The FopV has already arflVeti at 6enba oV journey to flwr In coMqucnce of is laid on in we have np news from that coun TSngltsh ships of cruising dff the Island of GALLANT DEFENGB GrortlnS Crops of aid it two the valuable GROWING and tbepro perty of JortN ou the Pnrm lately pied by Henry at cbiisSstiiig of 38 i 58P oT 16 l 17 of l 6 Of andT a S fine Furniture and Plated MW JAMES HAHR1S at bis nt A BOOT 100 Lots of very good HOUSE and Go lots of PlatedAr without The Fornitirrt very cxcelloiit guose rnaliogany bedsteads and capital and of very 6ue eightday pair of pis elegant Brussels and Turfccy half and other night snrfdrykitcbln uurnerous other arti the plailMgoods consist of sliding and received a voluminous of the a in which is at titriethe fdttner o of this and the morerecent i i j Bave room of a fefr abridged extracts fmnltfiis noble Tile has lasted 11 days without any intennission day or j About eight bombs are Jrschargecl quarter of an hour Some houses have received from 20 to 26 and soMe convents On the tower of Saint Lewis and the enemy been aHven was de This enabled to attack and take thetpwer of SatntJNkrctsQj abd aftetwards that of Saint the drawbridge being de and the made its retreat in goiod JbNkjj6i A proclamation was tuft day de claring the determinatioUiipijtlje principal citizens fbbeliold with indifFerehtje the destruction of c ofihe Death of MI PaulVChardiyhrdiriieoTOderirahd e s selewrfwIththeigreateKt ud aud of the best woi togr ilir masterly cabinet Work in uuchi tcaequipaietj dressing c now idling b order of on tbe PaalV Oflers received for the puTrilaseof and Godd of the Solicitor to tbe l i lullnwin MAPS ure necessary to be ob and pi cserrcd for future reference by every They represent the progress and hictiwilltiC in tvo siparate Maps ofilje HIanStrfj 1 South with all the Towns tBnd the River Scheld the fortafind re as far UK the Cities of WJHftni to be given iu PELLS1 I V WEtSEKCEItvf Suutlay and onflay nctomed to receive this Paper to gtve their to for Bells UeneaTger imrae i tlio n pularTSewHmon in Lfindou in the to iif the ONLY of 8 12 50QL JteOOm UXSL All to be Drawn ITT aH respectfully iulorm the Pub n tlaiTlCICETS and SHARES areonSale Oil The Scheme of the present State I t is and affords the Adventurer an opportumty ci the immense Sum of may be by purduuing the whole of a Ticket and Shares will be higher AND DtJTCH Present 2lL odI Eighth I Sixteenth a 1 o TolJhR i gm ami finish Only aud r S B Y aud take the lifceriy of re an early purchased 1 x and to fujjfily tUeirf wends r tin said Prue QrderBiromAny Cluhe rxtcutcd oa aSif prf of tbiir old or Cuuital Pcixes ttbared by HOENSBV and nd irirralof N K STERLIXGihfoitnertxrftcriet INtHBALDS MOOEUN FARCES Pay arc Seven or on fine 1 Jh i 11 AUGSBURG Couriers and travellerswho left Vienna last that the posttmastersoa the road to Bnuinaa have had orders te keep relays of and that the Prince of Lich tenstein has returned to The puWicatidu of tlie peace is expected at Vi every JULY The hope of peace increases who are well informedhave no longer aud say that the principal conditions are agreed In the for we on the part ofthe of precatltibn The tious which were begun here arei and extensiveworks kre fofmed between the and towards the principal C Hamburgh JULY and early this the Prince of liichtenstein wtes with the Emperor at Schoen The itegociation for peace is near itsf It is reported that an Austrian arm v will march towards thri Turkish frdntiefd to co operate with the 1 JULY In of the hopes which the has us of a speedy we remark that the1 French are adopting defensive considerable The works i y the which had beejrf are coitti and begun between the bridges which are the bat teries are and similar dispositions been made near It is said Charles will soon pay a visit te the Emperor Napoleon ptSchoen report tliat the peace had already been signed is their houses and ejfect upon the justice instituted a female company which is co operate the defence of the The fol Idwiugare sodie of on the The company of Geronesc women shall be called the companyof Saint It bboll 900 fottr eoni eight heads of andeight allbeing all of wtrtfm shall a red Whenever riie generate shall tlie four each of tfr bliall proreett to the four 4pots pofuTed attended by their female Eaclrcointnanrter shall be attendedby1 wlto thai be charged with supplying watir where The remainder shall take care of the them to the FRENCH SUBSTITUTE FOR which was the uslial that he shouldreserve improvable which Lady Nightingalethought was hot Tiiis was deemed inasmuch a it inn great prove or rvfute the rbtttiitydf leases under such sirailur cir It was clearly on tlie part of raititiff that Hir NighiingakrUd kt of 706 Ij0pulyof of the which wouhjjupt fail to grant them the same distinction and given to SaragbsSa wGich were example Gerona The ladjef of the1 city at the same time are declared merited the re wards due to Their services on the are especially when they ap peared on the carryirtg ammunition and provisions to those who were actually Just The which has never has been succeeded by are fired in so great abundance upon that many fail into the As the of the principally directed agaiiisMhis our meanyof r ar applied to this We to make the enemy feel the superiority of onf and that he exhausting his atrengtlir upon a ruclwhich ids defiance to his On the arid a the pf the AMOTHBR SJkME Punee John of dined last1 iar granted of distinction to jnaay df the coruftany the and rewards tt several name of Ferdinand On General Fabre sent a summons to the Governor of the casjevf in which the General intimated that tbe Generalin Chief had ordered heavy arfjlleVyj to be sent1 against the wtech he implored him Aot to The Corutuaiiduut of the castle sent the Ihave read your and jtn sorry for tbe re quest you matte to your I bee of yon to use your iulluence with him to heavy ar and yow may experience whatabnrrc and inhabitants can who kndnronly to conquer or The various attempts made to discover siib jstitutes for articlesof lusttry and that lean no longer be procured in the territory of and the countries subject to her domi nion and controul in have been long Anew invention efa to super sede the want of is now st ted tn have been successful to a considerable Upon this most curious Mefiioir has ap peared iu the Mmiteurs of the mrnith of June for the present Monsieur a Member of the Legion of and of the In is their author is the fruit from which he too attempted to extract a or a it seems to partake of in all ordinary purposes of supply arid replace produce df die His work is Instruction relative to aitd of intended to replace Sugar in the domestic Tiie Memoir begins by that the tract of lo the cul tivation of or amounts to about ode million eighthundred thousand acres a pro since the French revolu in defiance of all or prohi on the part of the lias an nually and from yeur to a larger proportion of the soi S uch has been th e fecundity of late the proprietors of vineyards were opptosel under the load of grapes which the earth yielded undhaVe been actually compelled in many the wine want of casks in which to keep Under thebg the notification of a by which a saccharine matter mijhtbe extracted from the which would enable the French people to submit to the renunciation of itfttlT JuTmaFy or common purposes of was received witb It electrified all the iu particular those extending from the monthsofthe to thatof the Adoti his who was previously offered 28fJfrj thetrtiaving asked for oiihe audit hadljeendeenied 3501 In the rear Sir a aft what as the plaintiff by they beingContrary the country and tothe mamsgesetrte ment BTijuestiou should bpst covenants of whieh the plaintfffeomplaTiiedfjperuiitted the tenant to take off thearabhs crops of The Governoj made known dispatches re ceived from the Marqtfis of Go tif wmgl namebl the tftat should be rebuilt The though so long in possession of the cannot avail himself of those posi rmna IM Saturday the EmperOr and afterwards the at bae this day returrieffto Marehal IDflroc neeociatee on the part of the anditbejconclusiou of a treaty of peace 48 A Collection of and AF are acted at the Tlieitres f lirniy autf tinAuthority of the Maiingera J Selected ThelbV 15 art contained in this Work of Midnight Hour Rmsingtbe Wind Ma Ella Bliua Boy tbe Dupe 5 Hartford Bridge Netley Abbey The Lock and Key The The Critic The Sultan Rosina Stairs Bon Ton The Mock TUe Dn u uf i IttJ The Jrisb Widow The Minor The Gunali The Lyar Flbra Ttfs Birthclay1 and the Doctor The IrhHmanin TLpudoriThe The Poor SoTdier TJie Marnier Large and All Two Strings to orlds a Stae Lin Vale P beWorlds a Stage Lying uc OlOgCi Weeks after Marriage CJatberinc anfl lock Rliss inlierTeens The Deuce in Him Edgar andfirn Richard Coenr de I Jon The Maid oftlie OJhi Ibtimb The Doctor and the Floor The Adopted Child th and School for li I Us Tbe Waterman 5 Tlie Author s ThV of MattufieM and U may be British of which are at tie aniHaynii the Authority and by PAnuaioB of le Prompt By 1Ute price ort liased prier The T leans continue hostilities on the Iaer arid in spite of the yesterday tosend m retroops them FROM JULY The WestflhaUan troops which were on their march have received counter Oeneral Rubef has owing tolhe fire of Jotrr THe following documents have been From the camp before July bare the honour to inform that if ani hit Ejccdleucy in Chief of tUe Frcuch to make suitable proposals to youjbnder thfe present send meonebf me in the where he left the prisoner who carries you may associate f iUi1 Je tbis On the 29tb ujt the EpglishJanded men JBut ueral not gire to finish He the to see them French wtip i upon they raised andembatked but japt time enqugb Oie their munitiqn and a great number kiljed Jan in t you may associate wirnUlttiaAlenibeVof the and oUetff the superior Clergy I have the bi Baron to about with yourExcellency I arn more than acqnoiated with your and the your Excellency that I shall not admit or respect any flag of truce or JULY They who are ujiiacquainted with the inhabi both ceruld iibt the composure1 and tranquillity which tte terHbje is But we are assured that succours arrj ve at proper qf the All the Societies of ie and public from the Marseilles to and prizesand rewards to encourage the Every family inadea last for their own privateconsumption and the little town of in the ancient Gui the winesof which canton or territory aredis tinguishtd for their tictually or above of this Syrup for sale the autumn of J808 Every pound was valued at Ertjrfish If such theeflect of thiefiret disclo this what may n4t be says from futureefforts add aided they and wiH by all the and pmtectiou of On the last anniversary of Buonapartes corona a splendid entertainment was given by one of the municipal publjc in die South of the con and were made with the newly extracted and the guests declared nd less their perfect satisfaction at the1 taste and flavour of these thaji their htid ing that not a particle of into their com The jug df adds will we supplant die in every iiifusion of that Al reudy it is adopted iu as well as in and evajspecies of Nor itsuse be limited these The in lleuort made to him by the PhysicianjGene ral to the French by order of Na had undertaken a journey for the pur pose of ascertaining the practicability of substi tuting syrup in the place of in thecom pounding of has commanded it to be introduced into all the hospitals of France and of Above half the sum antecedently in the purchase of sugar and of for the1 use of the has been al ready The anjjj apothecaries attending the have taken care to se cond the views of the Various without a gHveljim the liberty tobreak up all land for the first vvaShiTdiloWn again at lllot so that therewotffd be then the originalquantity of grasslandTor die incoin ing Added to these Wal lace was allowed to sett oft the premises 20 Ioa9r fi ve acres of tu except dtlringthe Asa oultlHjpart of tb6 the injury she had and continued to since the demise 1804itwas that soon ftTjjli lace obtained his to marfrtt withr and asked its a one was i t considered s and ce rtai n i t Wallace did letoff a part of the a hUfrdred andtwenty acres of laiidjfor a year him threeyears and 17971 Wallace letmore of thegteFs at428lvinskiiigii total 6F that Which hegave only besides rtl taining some in said the Learned this is only the this thesecoiidact is Wallace became EdwarriNight bound tot him to theamount of gave bis the remainder of the Lease of be transferred to the who had demands and who agreed a for the condition tfiathis coveinuitsgtibuld be thesatuej arid tlwt kebighj of giving itup whenever he might crop the land in manneras long arfee plejistfdj and breafeup and crop all tlie and then leave the great de triment of the plaintiff awdkrncomiug This of the con lehSed cojitraiyto the act of Lady brft also as it related cofltainedi and to the rent whichWas the most improvable Seveial One tliat at hired the farm lie would have given annum for it and another given if he had to be wtiich there he since A fanner in the neighbourhood ft wajj a guinea an a in it was fairly worth surveyora aud tbe tirst erniueuce were thought rent too low and an Attorney provedj that Wallace wanted to borrow of him orj tlie ofjiis little time after the on the part or the and under sucli a violation of it did she sSeU lor reef pub covery of jTossessionof of the lease being asCounsel for began his obscrvatiousby staling to thetJaryiithat this farm consisted of begged them uiost particularly arable at the timejof hiring 600 acres of were whitK will inflict yengeanceion the enemy for rash atWuapt tins is sufficient io induce attend his own without in au fbhumaii race jKaU not wear outthe constancy JULY of the professors of the healing have even rmbliiihed Reporta auon the effects resulting frbm the prescriptipn of medicines in which the syrup formed atuinportant ingredient with a view to and to persuade their coun try that it is far more and than the production of the Inall diseases of the the they affect to giveit a decided pre ference over Above it is in the disorder of the it ministers to infants and children immediate as these pretended beuetitk ofadvantages if not more may be derived from very of of merce and of consumption J iThfs was an idigion pf a far granted by acrtt porter o or very to be andnot by any means deserving tbe and theJest was feJlaiia on the and even liable to thevisitation of the The LearnedConnsel why did not Lay if she considered at first that she had been defrauded of any ofher did not herLady ship immediatelyon the death of Sir and try to what she was now bo desirous to the possession df this farm she continued for four from the year to after her husbands to receive every lialfyear the rent of the and now most suddenly wants him to quit his oc unless a lease be a gross violation of it cannot Le and this certainly was not for Lady Nightingales said nothing about covenants and as far as relates to tlie F shall prove to by the most re spectable that the money Wallacegave in 1792 was not only a fair but a full and that the estate is now most astonishingly with respect to the takingthree concern ing which so much has been said I must infbrni that the former tenants had the sameperf mission and as to carrying away 20 loads of from SQO it really is so trifling a when taken in the as not serving I again validity of the that the rent wa folly A Galloway hired die iarm at a and not Then it was dropped to and Cater became the tenant and Wallace tried for nnd could obtain nornore than what Cater except in arriagfcj instance of from a pvrsou Tvha was not   

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