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Day (Newspaper) - August 17, 1809, London, Middlesex irieiited gmhilatious of r he of g tbecori Bewhxlof a to prBLIC FREE PUBLIC for S wHeVtantt c ffirit trade Premises tbwhnay be consideredtil the with open niid dry skittle of The pre auidutt75 of after post for at the l I v i11 r i ji Great Queen i reliable modernbuilt allowed and fitted np in a style equal vemorfcably on the excellent arid other tuprincipal suite of tflree Well wilbs plate French i onus Superior and inferior oil i ind dimirstic offices of every desxirip a I a spacious garden iii communicating iu Onuonclyard5 the whoe fonhiug ucc for a fauiiiy ofthe first respecta is and further r r i i l V S from to per fo Sale at ml t i irom W per for Sale at pvifccuou for or sent flirt ajici N IT UCT nfarthe i naij wclrc1 oclock prime i inli In naily for dinner half pant I EARL WIG VLL having any Claim or Demand tin atovrnauied f rnjinsted to send the of virr demands to Cle a genied roomy fitted op iu the most convenient t u ihptcd for a The Kent and lirautifiil prospect in The distance two racli of the and immediate posses br at I 14 miles from mplctcly by the on MILT with convenient oUscb staMiogrweU tappKed with fine ifavr IHI iruuil walled garden and pleasure y laid and eleven acres of meadow loir auy be hail if required is beautifully situated commartrhng an extensive view over a fine in tlie ricinity of particiilars apply fcf Vs North Neat with nt at A Neat and Desirable detached pleasantly situate the end near Balls Pond in the road leading roBalh Pood containing three parloarr and good garden in entrance term 95 at a Very low rent imniediarppufsesiion tnay be Canonbnry be an elegant siloalo aniibcJiJ ji the crfrnerof TUe Houjrfli and ipleid tfcese three with every attention aal six elegant drawiiigrboro and par numerons small and be 1 by with farther jnay Snow Two Votes for the at GBI at in Two GROUNDRENTS of and it per issornR out of Seven in near the Crown and Sceptre let on two leases to and each Lot wilt entitle t he for the comity of print Particulars nUy be at Ae Crownand t of Sldnkcr URSUANT to a Decree of the1 High Cdnrt made in a Cause CBAEtnr against f tiiCreditors of ITsinTni late ia the parish of in of died or beforethe fth tu come in and prove tlifiir debts before one of the Masters thesaW his oihce London or tu default they wfil be perenip Irricliuled tlie benefitofthg said TO lJEREMPTORILlr URSUANT to Order of the High Cuurt of made in a Cause SBEItUkKD the approbation of Joail rae Maslcn of the said at the Public Rwm of the in Southampton BoiUHiiff on Tuesday fhe 9Otb day Of at eleven of the clock in the In the ttveral Freehold and Leasehold Of the oanVed b the of consisting of the screral ling Houses aftcrmentiooedy tUmely ad n 8oho Sobo Great No DcvonshwirtreetV and in London aod Dimly of Middlesex JiMJa Shad Particulars toay be I Masters in i of of Frlterlaw aad lit ViOTH 8 18 dopo NUMBERS of Becidet JP AH to be Drawn in f irT ami resiiectfuSly inform the Pub gut TICKETS and SHARE On c The Scheme md afibrds the the immense Sum of flrhJaT may be liy purchasing the wbdeof Tickets and Sham wfll Pretent all UL SLltAOa1 Sixteenth OCTOBER the snd Only and n trtn ORNSBY and Poultry CKOdffi on ike LL TOREj afdtk in OWEK aud ABBorrr rert of Tuubridse Wares Sheriffs of The Seris o Te in good consuu of a great assorhnent of Tonbriiige fnncy Abjo the sjoOr fittingsap of hop Ho jt i and other vith without tfeteei thfttease of valnible feliind irillbe Soldj Parti it tbeiril Brown six years a hunterand h six years Very Fasti and ar variety of rroiarfcsble well bred ronteja chtAse hdrsest MiiiilcsekBtTcet Dr A Neat LEASEHOLD HOnSEi rtfoitt oon aiuingfour two fet at per Wld for S at a groundrent of fbnr guineas MDR valuable small part COPYHOLD situate in the Bounty of theaprner comprising that bidestablished the Kings f be Premises very and conrenfeDtljr adapted to carry oa a good vith large garden and orchard the oeca on to li which expires at ADcbAelmas when it is presumed itrnch inoKaieo in MUB Brickbuilt JJ called from the beihg and fitted up in a very respectable imdWoveqient manner with bal conies ana irotf rsJIing in front conlailring sue good with garden behind Net let tp at the olbersare in and immediate possession may be held for lonf at low on CoartKifct LEASEHOLD with threeshtn watted garoVn fit or the immediatr reception of a foul genteel dooUf The add fixtures comprise mahogany and bwjJccaseSjTurkeyasd handsflsnfc prrats wJipdnp JL those valiiabteand tbsl j Joftx re tineafpircd term of ye gronndrent of per ani thousQpd pounds ir fit indAei baring three jfl eiery apV The taken at Svalnat it sjftiSte in and lat ce of maybeosed its a isfitted a fixtures thereof Id by Auction the lokettnt OBthe Pte e best entire t v conaljfttBt of Leascy re WIN DeyoB of t tieal meotst ifet the the will to to PrenHses tiandsote with and gardens wen Btockfiuy 8flu tjiftfipfprijr Toio 4Bi By A0A direction Ofti Isfit i on tbef by 9EHOED larger at tfie NCESS OF not in connec tion with any will sail from Ralphs near Billingsgate is a remarkably with excellent allows IuggageV as the is at the Gun and wiD be glad to answer all Carriages going down will face the clean by so doing avoid ait the nnpleasantnes of Thamesstrcei and Billingsgate Ladies and can step on board other vessels to pass over DUKfe OF foMrfre Irishf The following come interesting particulars respecting this and his faithful ail of whom we are glad to hear have reached onr chores in s 1 haveto inform a lieotenant of bnjisars belonging to the Efuke of Brunswick arrived at this place on the 7th with the that the Duke was forced to throw himself into the arms of Great Brit and requested vessels to be sent imrnediately to men from the banks of amountingtp about At six nboiit fiOO of the men lauded at this place frotn vessels they had bund in theWeser the offictrsitnd men appear ed several of thejf officers infbrtoedmsthey had marched without 15 during the wlrole of which theDvkehad endured equal hardships witb his being the foreinost in dttHgerj and 80 belpvew that sure of be ing supported his to the handsomely called on the offered their storehouseB of Change for reception oBIcers and So tne of the wine and other poof as On theflih the of Brunswick lapded here from th Mbsquilo sltiopof ships of Lieutenj of the J frofflyttj for a long irniiiiil mt rcmia K troops have arrived at Harwich inseveral Some are Mosquito as also the whole of tte suite to his whole of them are ordered to ptttceed Jm ptttceed mediately to the Isle of where they are to disembark for the WEST The ship and brig Elizat ar with wiiies fqr Governmeut the lafler proceeded on to JUNE Onr fleetof homewardbound sailed yesterday from Carlisle of the convoy of his Ma Dolphin ships Bris Nymph Bedford ana Industry and Lad Montgomery for New brig calf off Martinique and proceed getienil rendeivous Tor vuthou4 farther of this town haver presented a tKe respecting the ad i Of certainarticles of fmporta of by them as prejudicial to the supyjies which ferablySe had From we aresorryto aal intoresU of the British meivhunts are materially as lie has de utterly out of liii power to re HononHs decision befrigTounded he Majestys bytHev of Council April and are only provisions and therefore are tlje only Articles heis bound to tire importation f in and soap arc tKe articles whjclr the iriiportulion into this country rYaittTlknefiea is JULY Tbe two French frigates Felicite and part Troudes which apfr long sinqe so interested the public attention by thehope of their captiire or destruction iu the quitting Basseterre and OB ihe nightof the 14th put into received here from sloop of war arrived m of Sirr to jive him the It appears that Furieuse having sprung a leak caused them to put and was discharging her cargo both are laden with colonial in order to re pair They were watched by two of our sloops of war and jn themean time the RearAdmi ral having arrfved at the Achates proceeded thither with the The British fngate mentioned to lave been off and sup posed to be dheGloire proves to have been the and wasTortuDatdy got offafter starting her and taking her after guns with theloisof her false andsome injury to her She arrived here on sailed yesterday for and takes the trade bound there from the Islands as she The two French frigates Fefieit6 Fnrieose were not at Martins on the 25th So says the Marine Intelligence Book of Cocks Insurance on tbe authority of ac countsby theschooner arrived berer froin Kitts whereshe heard Vagne as this account may we see BO rea son at presentto dopbfc Jbfcr from Rio in tbirty here Saturday Tbeaccounts by this vessel are most afflicting as to tKestatedf coinmercein that cpuntry a of British or European manufacture but what it ia overstocked and lies actually perishing in tbe The Surinam and Denrrerara consisting oftwelve passed leeward of this island oh the 26ih ult under convoy of njd Majestys brig direct for wbicB sailed hence on underconvoy of the arrived off on the night the and being joined by the sliips Charming Eliza and and schooner for Liverpool for London proceeded on to the geoeral rendezyoua the following The a runniug mHsan frbw fierre direct for England in theconrse of tbis present His Majestys ship Intrepid was at Grenada 26th taking in prisoners of and would Shit in a day or twot after for Fort FROM TIpl JULY On information being received that from England was destined against triiTiowri island of Walc6erenas weil atttJiiother islands in the month rjf made Jriiost preparartpps at reject arrived in tire of Zea The tieet mid trtMpabave Seen sonae ihe Ia consequence of tisslr B laid oa all the fishing vesseJte We hatelrfcceived no farther spectiwuf reialt Cpeir inay bave tit tbe island of it w have mttooderedt The day i parti Expedition 141 Zealand A don Their route Ltjdfenj for place the garrieou of Haerfeniy hire ANOTHER Since Sunday lastj motion iri c English Expedit which was at tefegTpfflA sire motion twice every v Inldligencefrom Antwerp the plaa of tbeenemy order undertake nst tfie and arsepals at Antwerp aad are aH sides T v tlie arrival of at Flushing was reOtoifefl the ScHefdfrtlbwsirds The eoawjf 1 already Helvoetsluys and the ia hoped that not Tne most perfect tranquillity As yet our Royal Couratif has said specting the English fleet iind tbe stateol the island of Oa the 29th of July the American armed schooner commendedby arrived in the Texel Several more American ships are expected in our ACGKST The following Royal Decree has been under the date of the 29th Ecmia have and hereby decree of the 30th of respecting the per mission to American ships to enter and load in ports of our is and every thing is replaced tbe former so that tbe permission can extend to no ships except to tbose which hare complied with toe conditions of our former JULY His Majesty the who went to in te be and to close Diet assembled is expected back by the com mencement of the next The English be Gronstadt in of without attempting any cept the capturing of some fishing and coasting The Government has prohibited the sailing of Russian merchantmen from lest they should fall into thehands of the Some of the neutral ships arrived uere have al ready been put in of irregularities discovered their pa JULY The Roman Stales are to be divided into de over each of which a Prefect was JULY On the and a corps of Austrian troops and some armed peasantsoccupied the heights round this and threatenedto They driven back with At the same time an English frigate ed the to support attack bat the wind handled by our batteries that she to employ her boats to tow her Ont the Officers of the Russian squadroii i reeled the The district Santa Gcoie has been subjected to military in consequence of three Frenchmen having been arrested there and deli vered up to the PORTUGUESE FROM THE LISBOflhDiARY Accounts from Spaiu bring the foilowuag in telligence Our army of La continues in its for mer positions at without any particular change Several Spanish fenji lies in the French interest have left others who remain there are in the greatest fearing the fatal consequences to wbicit they may be exposed by departure of their The Marquis de la Romana was expected at Jago onthe 22d of The troopsuoder his command are animated with the greatest en and are marching rapidly for Old Cas where the enemy appears to be forming a junction Our has Deceived following officiaj thi Galliciabeiagnow eracnoted by the Frencii the Supreme Junta has thought it right to order according te equity and and for the benefit all persons holding who from from thu shaH return wHTEajELssssfete speed to their re speitive By bis I comnra nicate it to that yon maygfeenotjcc thereof igrited GalficisiU of the abafe taken shelter in the territory brfonn to Alonzas de July 4t of Spwish troop which i

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