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Day (Newspaper) - August 21, 1809, London, Middlesex i iht iL i Of Mr ami blr his I I Jill IJllUCC t IlC Vg A new coiniC which the il OF f iith a Son with a new popular in which List will Mrs at the i UIOTIC Meeting of the Subscribers to tiitwH will be held at Lloyds Co hy he at riieive the Riport of the tliexpediency of appealing to the contributions 10 this Committee P Htf CONTRACT tW beds and Irewers and good ind tt n eleven rent or lire Land at ioaujra of Bubstmitial Family lo the off cpachfiMa the of Aid reeiolUs areexoaerated of uaexpired a p rentgdlhg up 6t3Ugger8 or to prevent at CL6c PRICE LSI tl desirous of above Profession lerjntcudi he would befinli vd 10 ht iii ia A U aurl i lo inform that they Jiave tpenW they are a nature and extent of IT i beneficial infacilltatingthe laudtd 5f i ntilring it complete by uni iu the purpose of estate ucral auctfon and they flaf and 2 p Cr may hononr them with their will stand ijurce of emolument to their employ a cna public Be condoctcM iinit of5 for a term of in in the vicinity of Janttss Bndgr a mudcrate sized FAMILY ami cxrtfusire accumakdafion for ifcp sinbiinc and coachbouse if in good re up the more desirable any of tht J i be House will Be lateii at a furr ra v if by postpaid to IT IkAird Privy fear oiiuMh 1W i 0 Ai i counlryj property apd df re uLo trill answer for his offers man to be bound AP 1M irIre and to Kve with tbe ct artde nnftuafly to live Ont of 4fee home ut present is four miles from the for which a only tiat this toay suit is re a directed to i hapti r Donr LK dulyaltetited the ipii to his He a Gentleman in the nut andnbttaBtial contain eight excellent rooms ire held on aidysb To ftad the at by direction of the A Capital receqdy and being White PenVdniaHeYadrtiiBbly adapted or the fio which ithasbeen lonfCestablish id Many other requiring extensive Ihfc 8ei DJ 00 feet with a modern double add calcoTafed or carrying on a trade o conpeTuence with advantage and convenience oppW put containsthree bed and other teroiLof per arnnori f rmiiediate may he littweeii atid uif loi Tauiworth be ntiar miles from the ai an agreeable distance from the apartments on the second drervoffices of all descrip ueil tur of a family rcceony 0 hy Redesdnte Own re t rlKrnt ami about 26 acres of meadowland be viewed by 1 may be had of AbLE MARSH LAND TO bi several very desirable aid I eunMting of upwards uf 60O acres of uli and Pasture cf well calculated hiinp anil most tDjibly aod coh lr vcrv contiguous lo S grain of in and adjoining the High W from Lynn Ferry into MareVLandy to Be i Ferry int J ly fnini Haiw mly he liad of Snr spnd LnJ where tlie niny 7 iiKlE Great 1 hy at the Great Mal 1 on Wednesday August aitiWe 5y ihnrtion of the Tnmtees Snd CLurcbwUrdenS in One that compact anB Farm in the tbe 1 and abouteight miles from salubrityjtfits air and it consists C08 the whole Ehout 34 acrfs ofrich atable aad in the hiflimt state of toge HI house ami suitable n of Mr who quits at Mjcfcaet which lime a lease for twentyrale yearfc to the hitrhest draft of the will be piodoced tttl be viewed ten Jays previous tol Purticujars nnj Conditions may tel M at ine Worcester at the glace nd in at the Office an OlcrkenweW jtad L V u Auctioneer and respectfully acquaint thelubHi M STATS October This SflOO irxm l to FonrTttltets that the Purchaser of a Single Ticks By two Tickets of the samfe AOOOL By Three Tickets of sn by Four Tickets of satae and all other Prizes In the Pro SOjOOOL I 9 I 12 SjOOOL I are on by RTC Si Sixteenth wlfcroest and fireiC in injr bras1f the tfwir Exertions and I appreciate tbeGaptaius aud on this Ko vaymtrteriat accidput by a oiid wiiich fell through where itexploded one man Was and four others wounded heraterhrrarrie is much Lbrd Willtarn Stuarts modjest letter dis togetfasr with areturn ofthe killed and and tbe Luuages sustained by his Ma jestys ships in foicing tbe entrance of that I have tbe iiblitatr to To and flanr arid on the inked Udn at i by order of the THE valuable dkmagW and of GoHirpp and comprising fiveiarge a grain tin alurgc castiron a nteSm six tonof two large baclcc and a 14feet two iudigo pair if roncraue and forge 4509 feet uf Yorkshire valuable At 11 oclock will icSoidj tlieraluaWe Lease oftlie Dwelling dye and for at a very ow Day is in medium price COLLEGII REGA Pater Shortly in dojrie anijl difrj to eot afei fine of j WSTfeyT remainjwith airlew1 ofWivibgihi further operatio otanlly proceedQiTtliqi ana of the ariny nhoer th jfeirl jt liuutleyjfaiuled oh Spilth Bevejinrl on Hie The ordnance with tfifi Drigs and some sloops ijave passed tlie into the afrtd are VioVravailitigthetfisHves of every ttdetd proceed to laiuiilsdeufteavour nig to wrurp tlie arid Circfr through by tne and With every prbijubihty of Home Popham was detached with some for ttie purpose ot the ii and of joitiliigSfr Jlichard Kisitaai Tlie batteries are not yet ready to open on Flush therefore I hope to be here dgaia HI irne tx cooperate mdi the army iu kthe attatfk tjiui I ain concerned to tiiftt the ene ip tne inland is liljefy to lie VI have or to seudVthe Moii for i Oliuniywiii THE PHAftMACOPCElA of the ROYAL Translated into Fellow of the Physician to Bartholomews arf on Two tie the tHelartiaia preseiit Vliar pursuafitXo en Qhler of the igjii Coort of 4m flth cert Leasehold nst6 iu or nev WiUOTfstrit and h coqftty oT the WARD ifflf feJioM iii separate and distinct iVAy fc a ndof detetl 5learAditifcaJ Otwny tnouth and Agiilcourt to Eu soon usthey can be from i ifelt otijernleaVis may be adopted fbrBupplyine the arniy from Eiiglundr an 1 apprehend aH ihe water in ifclimtLvJillbe spoiled by t lie aud tliui not more in the oUsur is ue ioKhesubsiirtence of the Their Lordships must be aWacre tfhit Tn this ex tensive und service it imossible We to fully into Detail as I ibald v ary ia proportioa of the In I directed al Qtvwij to the several tfbtitp Vela to itiie inrSAtftfent of this ffl anti to parr the U fer seiinfe arid biseu J4tife fretriictedr FJushin tfetessily fcrtthe flodlta gbilig up trrdeted jjdutr fromthe sbi T HisMajestys ship ia the August 1 1 rI ihaye to inclose you a and TVfajestys whifcb the toplace under my tbfotrtK theiptizsage of of flushing As yonr position you mustimve Tbeen a this f tb thank joa iug the under my I xtuedjeut v To Sit of the icr A Return of and tfoundeij pa board ted Wtlliam batteries on We 1 Billed tfr Captain the I killed or j Captain Sir A Captain killed r Captain killed or Captain killed or Captain killed or vViHrBni Q I Tfameisftjte killed and wounded on board a squadron iff hit under rJe direction qf Right on 1809 private of Wiled wounded second ditto royal diUo Ang ome fopham with to sptjnJoiidblioy the cliaunek of that enablethe larger ships to for ptittifig into executing the ulte rior objects of ihis Sir Ilome hairi thr service with his usual judgment aWdcorrect I have the1 honour to inclose their a copy u letter I have received from Sir Richard whom I have given the command of ihe uaval part of our operations iu the upptr part of botlr until I get the frigates udyuQced under Lord VVilliam and hieh will be done with the utmost I the honour to Sigued Fort I have thfe honour inform in of your I arrived at Bathz yesterday and in order to if au attack on the enemys flotilla more I oixlered thirty flat with aad some other boats from the ships under my to reijdezvous at this and iheet the flotilla uader Srr Home Bift liefore the arrival of six of the enemy Vgttribtfsts having grounded on B bants reach of the artillery the subtaiuiug some injury by were aban of which were the other brought The arrival of Sir Home Popham aud my boats from the East Scheldt place nearly at the same time but the flotilla moved up to Lillo with thesame tide that brought Jodrs to one of which handsomely bsjrned by the advanced gun boats almost amongst A3 navigation pf the West Scheldt is now open as far as it can cleared by aud a flotilla force of npwJardsVof fifty sail io the East Scheldt J any ttmeiretarn iu a few hours to Jtbis it is my juteution tO rtpairiliisinoriiingtbtne where TTiave ordered the biiats Sir Home Popham is Although we are now toasters ot the navigation to it may be io it is in the enemy 4 poweri by sending naval force to deprive us aa far as before some bwger ship whenever Hp ft t3 K tWafi Galgo BANKRUPTS James dealer pleaJber at h and James tif August Septeiflber and Livr Griffith and WilUani of ttaUr and September at and at at the Cobhanr Arms Bniftiiighain Atror and Ffcct London and Robert William of Aujust at ScpteinJier add at at the Rumour At London and Qeorge Jolin of Bru si August at and September at at tlw Horse Hour William London and Joseph Henry of warehouse dealer and Atijrust and Sfplem her at at Price and Thomas of bnc deaer and S pn ni at at Lincoln VInn u John Shuolbtvd of at nt Guildhall Robett of at at Eavid Tbofcipsos bfe of I at at the George St Martins Stamford 9 of I lie at the Port of at Gyles of the at at Guildhuli Lf at tenr at Charles of Port at at of at ut Frauds of fltre at at Robert of merrhaotv at at S Samuel of at at iiliani Georjje of ap5iiv at at of at laU uf at at wu George of Piits at at the Paraut llobrrt of Stans at at ilit hilc lai t John of Nnv at at Anielope Kiw Siitini 13 of Lin at at the WUte Svfnn Burtunupon George of marbte at at the Glohe niBiam of PARTNEKSW1PS John Wilmot and James of of Kirkhy ostniui smp arid John bf Duxbory uuc James i 9 rie Gsorge Thomas aotljoisu Sa muel ami Sumnel cltina of irou and Sarqucl of Dnrnsley grocrr Dor Magens Buckle Hall anil of Poi and cotton Smith and of Falin aed James of and Firtnnnil of Swintuu Richard of Thomas Charles of Bi Blalie and of Acton Bbtfnm elnemakvrs Samuel Robrt and Wil of Braiily and George of Chadwick John CliuSwi of Richard Richard Peter anil Thomas of of and Thonias of 1 Ileet aud Williu of AND GERMAN THIRTIETH j July The Qth which was commanded hy the Prince of Ponte was disbanded on the btb Tho wba formed part of are uutkr the ordefs of The Pi uice of Ponte Corvo is gone to use the In the battle of theyviHage of that name was earned on the bctwctn ten anil eleven and the glory of this successful is otue to the coips of Marshal House of Austria took tbe field this campaign with 62 regiments of the 12 regiments of of four free corps or making in the men 150 aiilitia jandvvhcrs by ancient exercised 10 months menof the Huugarian composing iu the whole from 5 to With this force the Hoqse ut Austria supposed itself She euterfaiued a hope uf shaking the power of eveitier force But Tier armies are notwithstanding onefourth jart of original while ue French anny has been en cVeased todouble it consisted of rt In the twenty pieces of ordnance hae been Thecastle of situated on the of has furrendercd to Tbe Duke of Cantzic enteiyd Tyrol with He has occupied and disarmed all tbe in habitants by this be at XJeneral Tbielman hasentereil Tie Duke of Abrautes is in and has pasted his advanced guard to the frontiers of JULY e unexpectedly orders entirely in evacuate the islands ot Tbe troops and the sick areall The Sicilian Prince wito was onboard the and the JDukcs of ArColi two Neapolitan have by thfs tiine returned to It would ap tiiat considerable had place between theeS and Geuferal Two English regiments have proceeeted to reinforcements were yesterday Iritelliifcuce has Ijeeo said fortress istio A corpsof 3OOO men passed this day to joih army uear and
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