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Day (Newspaper) - August 14, 1809, London, Middlesex WINSTAHLEY oml at at four tAO rooms ou a wirb i 88 on tht South utar licld for vta moderate but OnLease 11i Gi n ivcer whusc term cx I vUiKhod Res Stoke aud at Gatra rv comfortable and convenient LEASE DUELLING with goorfgardieu pleasantly situate in a short dtsluucc of the Tbe liml a very complete and ira be containing licld lor near niue at a Tery low Committee for letting the Jt Jtttotet wilt meet at A IX N i I d s dc 1 r at by order of V A A and convenient DUELUNG piosanil Upper i iiiat ant UreaK nvc ipacirtus aim ami hela for abuol 15 ata to ajyft in ofHer that cfrenltr notices may be iu tbe thev hereby directed to pw PUBLIC PARCEL ish Merchant X of the x woe ra mgnaar 017Aiwfc E attention 1 led to the mode f duccd by of of flint it is raueb nore rapid aftdttwi ccrlaii tbait when mjed J of i amcli a Cart and in LEV and on the Pre the neat LP H patent sofa tun milch cow aud a i of a leaving htx at ilituruer of at the arc banilsome uurposl with ccttou and dimity large mahogany set of rN nod Ptnibroke a set of tmgroom nearly new some kitchen WISSTANILEV ariil at by order ofthe Repre kuiat rrs of EttwARo EvAira de very valuable and capacious 1 long known as the T mm and in a commanding and I cm opposite Kenpingtou Common tith tlir nodwill uf a most oldestaMurhed accustomed Tk jcruiumuilations aad cgnvcnjeacec for are nml to lif if not superior to any othar uiU y of add f he silutrtioo part TU mwial apartmchts forjeuf mil urail ire of guod ar nrcni Ike has been built ycis isuud up nitb superior tUptto judtcKAuly jnit ran numerous and of the first from js from the considerable re s aic u i neatly ftiate vacabt boildBg anil a Piece of baildmg iece beJnjf completely tte tUe Voutrgt Kittxl he wll tatrodncs After cCimpirtSsed jnfo otieActt the Musical Entertafn oient of tHE MPJ lotfce conrre of Evening IWfTA To the Mo kical CJreoyiUiv or Jftyy of Kirt ifany ef it Bo of sqniethlny to Acir ftue at twerre thjrty to Farpfeare By CARTED otT No c ft vtcadi anJ ruroitoresrsix new r now white inhugitiiy Kecretnry and dressing thesis of nt tuahogady I mahogany staffed with horse I japan clmmoerphiirS pierfhtfsl Ibnn jumtcj office kHchettreqaiiiteai and s otlirr I and Rossellr It at iq Font Lot Jor a tem the ja the vicinity of near the fectfge a moderate sized FAMILY it extensive accommodation and good stabbing in and recently fltted up the more desijraHe Furoitare House will be iaken fair Apply by 19 Bedford would be LETi a with fitted up in themoit convenient and afamiry The Kentand iu distance Prize of a Prizeof a Priae of tv CAPITAL 4 4 of 12 4 of JyOOOt 4 X Tickets and are ott SaJeT don who i in tJie came bf of whfc receHcti afirlthe sd coiraderable rein ifte has it illarhifliertb to prc Sjgnffr tbeae crecaiittfitances it has 4ff Tanjl i inpCt Ijj Brift DWELLING in a of modern heiUi of tinpleasnat B iramberrd 8 nnd 3 the HoQsm of the bavibg foldivigdoori j rliimuf ypkces jn the nar W into on the excellent rsnlta ami a walled so feet iu length M term of 97 years frortl Mtdsnmwer I fn nuJrrnt of nine guineas llrc m fur immediate Ul41 HKRR1NG and W MIDDLETONS Preparatory Reuuine HOllSlHtOLli ronjprising r asuorrownt of other Property of the iiKil and Two Leafed a id Co at in asd They are only f Priaes of Mf wd 8ince riy last u of sj defceTbtt tTeiufordethent which fie Hills form a miles from and immediateposses sion may be at JCennington iTQNr be a tiffitftiNCsk three drainrpar and other lenndryi jkci extensive feefvJmtflVcflach etsJbtef for Aye tcct be viewed TiyTieketst of Jd sand meu was I5 ALl he was to arriveon the 22d On the combined arniies movedfrom QropesaVand the attedied tfite Tbeii turned by tke 1st hussars and the 23d goons under General Absoa directed by rwrieral and by the division of infantry under the of Macken and they were driven in by the Spanish ad vanced guards under tfie command of General jas and the Due horaea bV the fire of cannon from position on the and the Spaniards had some men columns wereformed for die attack of this posi tjiofr yesterday bat the attack was postponed till this morning by desire of General when the different corps for the attack were put in the enemy hsd retired at about one iu the moruing to Santa aod thence towards I conclude toforaia junction Witlit tindw General Efcntenant slightly vEnwgn of ihe ftth re I have to pn accouut of the Ss I of means of transport in I enclose the Copy of a which I thought it proper to address upon this the sofejeet To MajorGeoeral the Sfjanish as soon asI foiiuithat this CQUU would furJnitth ntfraeabs w this dtscrJDtihrii GenCuestahas u tbatbeforeToQjiP1 be Bop AIt I V t t r pjjied frpip means which I the active wrhicn pejled to honour to be Signed resume are LaeoteuaratGene i Lieutenant slightly d In last but whom uatnu at OStn Captain UPEooaU ana J slightly SStJi Licolfftnant slightly 36th Captain ai last dead 8th Ang Mt closing my yesterday the towards live oclock ia the iff considerable vi gorous sortie right of our line occu pied by MajorGeneral vfiponoar by 35ttiRe meflts under These together with detachments of the Royal the and light battalions of thfe Kings Gtraian received the enemy With their accustomed arid iifter a sharp contest of tome The attack was principally dip advanced pijuuts which 3d battalion of the the forced Fiim to retire with Very detabre loaaitt and this a Hair the enemy has had another oppor tunity of witnessing the superior gallantryof British troops instance has lie succeeded in the least impression throug and on this farfrom by his he has been obliged to some very ad ecus ground where our ranced posts arenbw I cannot too strpnjgjy express nay sense W thfe vjgilaiic6 and that of the MajorGeneral hi his post against the fepeateit the enemy to dislodge hinj a 1 satisfaction in acquainting your Ljor the term wannest diatii and gallantry of the Officers aa on this I am now enabled tr ships an abstract of ammuoHionj and aforea tfrat have fat len into this t r have the fioaoiu ib r of the the aevelail works r hare been nave beert iht on I de the infarury of Rosslyrfs together General the Marrjqia ofHunt Piand the light brigade erf to form a junction with merDus an rank and and file i 10 again The last tbjs quarter were BoroughI v and of Jtobinfff Oolden of whom Tickets for viewiog t Hal tqjgt da TheFrench army under joined the detachments brought by Joseph amoawtiogin the whole1 about tAirtySvuthoi in the JolmV with Euuve 4 ICDwellme A v Lcusehola FrefePuli ond the ferj 3 awf C A d 3t t of the I the neat au tkiPIim icftbe thtj 1m POW m land are concen and on tfae army has ia the pofeitioB your LorrMup that Iaddressed you ou the 1st The arlTaticed guard of the British army alr rited here on the Strif the troops whicrrwferl lyjth the die lodn the j I iffiM w a quarters at u of o yv iritheir l len arife indtt tat the transigpifeibf their ser ild be spared frojn before be broaght fliriotigjr the Slow upthe WestScfieldtj but of course peration cannot take place until a suf force shall have beenenabled to en proceed in advance but the weather we have constantly to the great difficulty of the baffled all their from LifeutenantGeneral Sir John findthat the enemy on the iti L twentyicig killed i ranfe a rank and file i rank and 1 rank and file kilkd 4 rank apd 1st light Battalion of the Kings German 4rankanrffilekiaed Lientenanti I and ff Officers wounded and ftoyal Lien tenant 5th Brevet to be taken Captain trvauded Ensigns and slightly wounded 95th Lieutenant ClarkMfenftnously 1st Light Battalion of the Kiog German Lenon Lien lenaot Frederick Do atd EnsigBt FrederioT dangerouslywoHnded ire on vyhich place they kept up for some but were w in the several corps last returmr of killed to Ci orlifnatiies of and WHliam Heywood and Shaw of 26 ber at at the Brideewatrr Thomas of Canlerlmrywiqaani dealer and to Hnrhiidcr AnrtSt and Septemlw at at Attornei John deafer aud at at CLapmaai Siint dcalir and eud 23 at at Birmingham Eilwin Augmlt at 1st 4 rank i S wcwndei Foot 5 raiiV and fileVkilied l LkataMnti and 7 a rank and j 2 rank and file killed f 1 trcnt 6nibk and returned ia time in be iiu ij iWiU t rank and l rank and fife tilted l t SCr a ler and 3avat and Sfn aCfivy at tber Fleece All Samqel tipper Ship of dealer LH and at at the i Thomas London and and 6f sHk y dealer and and Septeth at price and lirDcoInSlnn dealer and Angust i attLtf fiush Mr and m T Benjamin dealer and eleven i of Dry iVUUCTfc njillerat ar the James Brad
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