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Day (Newspaper) - August 22, 1809, London, Middlesex iJVc Jfei i PUBLISHED EVERY Devon tope 4 i Cotton to be sx g i If Coiiiiniticr for letting the 1 II arlnck in tht o jLEJ on Building in several L r or PARCEL from Pom and Conditionn may Aldcrmnnliury 1 tftf Office of EL T rsr TvJRIDTIC FNEK MMeeting of theSubscribers to iTititiitiun will be at Coffeej lr 1 Hie 2Ath at twrtve to nccivc the Report of the Comiuittcej cfl VIT of tlie expediency of opfKaling to the r contrjbulionsm tu Bvorileriifthe Two or e i in of One to Too Hundred Acres 7 mile of bevent an APPOINTIC E to a jjpod will treattd aB cue of flic vn iiail to bis iinicsb A mall ami friend to find him in cloatha particulars inquire at Lion 7nG Si AW roarriedj of a liberal tiuii craplojftnent iu any Men of or Crerfc to a be las some kryiwlclge of the French ul lie is destrons ofttti 11 litters addressed paid tQ i at rtic Offiicuf lis clue prune ijiK offers Sale a qoautitj A and PORT and it IIKpiwJunof he of bin Qftaftinfty Xi drla Fnintera he is enabled to LI irrwuil worthy Hie notice of to lie made to per or if srnt City and Har the will dress a L inTurtle into ready at is mn H l be ready for Umicr atfuor oclock Tin tie and ecrrral lively Turtles to T i EV1KNT his and Infant vlrrti they have etmnreable tn the Orimnt JOHN is about i iiirhts rather of a fair i v id light farowu which he wore j hi id about twentytwo years of andby J did lodge at Dru ai in aud at No Brdfbrdciurtr WhUe MIICIT he drtcrtrrf his said hl so that hr may m on receiye Two Guineas IAVltt Treasurer to the Overseer of tbe readcf an article adver iil lur considerably under prime they Hwreis nomc deception various are wiris bouse ami btuiaeis the title or and Mir ami PaWic in n aty liousc in London terms t a quality of ttie Coals is ihey tsUbliflied tbxic tcwte under the firm of vlon Coal Sontbamptou Hol tluonly place wlicre ordersare received On their aud respectfully beg Jkave to rajnra their pt thunks for the very extensive sanction they xpTinpitl above pcridd ROYAL an4 hnvnpw on Salt at their State Lottery and Shares for which is on a New and Improved consfst to be drawn in One 20th THE SCHEME 4 Prizes of in and not ThreeBlanks a duly and Scheme o Government StjcOrinns bought and sola by WITH 5000 14 of r 8 i 12 SOOt to he Drawn in One ilT respectfully inform the Pub TICKETS SHARES are QJ dleir Chafiug The Scheme of present State Shares be a nrr fit any Present 21 L 11L I Eighth SL Hvv I Sixteenth iL 6d HRAND LOTTERTs HUNDRED TttOiJSAND rTt N us W One Tirkrts aud are on Sale at his Tin No the Only Auoiprs porticidar Tciarire to be at Jhr 01 the following Capital Frizes were EYTON I j 5W 5OO 51 No the Grand Prize of 1SH respectfully acquaint the tliatihr onlv Luterv to be ir wbieh will be dntm ota tfie ALL W DAYf wts snl Sharrt arc in great anfl as the there being only 3 whS J8 Htherof BISH Qlf estebjfehpi t Jp wjicre ea it to M imjaeSseatnpuut ff r the country may be sflppli aendinit their 0 m SALES Tins DAp Elegant or Sporting upwards of 73 Acres of and Tythjwfoc Iwtf amT two with SQCtl 81 in elegant VsjW Spoiling with an4 fifteen Hcres of tueadow Landy deKgMMr situated at tbe foot aolyJ3 rates London five capital contnihirig about 28 tile hyJi vtiusrl called Medbouni situate near the thirtcea mile tbe trtgbroWto RC irear 30 acres and the road The whole of the KnS is from f jftHaeciired ttjint per aid at by UieiEsccatiirs of JAMES A situated tti the of iot IctimtOdW to ftieUcnl for the whole at a net rent fbr6i years from it a Gent to be ftobbrt Sinjpsooo Captain of Cunrenient Caaclrjumtg a HO ixt THOSJAS N HOCSE pleasantry situated near the wicb contains V dining roonij jiar lolirij conVeniently a and at agroundrent of only luiineiK lie rite faint tie South i r T by nur This Day is in medium price 4s T Hu EstATE stringing p ftoad by full grown IpBjr modatinn of a and e contmipmg ao stabte fortwelrp gmrdwrJ fully stocked and and IrfeaVrf aero of rich Kkadow Tcj be with may bad of Warwick ifeMacdobtild Kkidwar betmeeti irijj aud Tanfu ortli be gertfn miles from tbe House is situate at an agreeable distance anil cuntams spaciuns aparttncnto on ieconii with suitable beilchambeFS planued for the accommodation of afjimjly cecently15 altered and improved by Lord for own ffy5 sidenccj excellent atid and about 96 of roand be viewed by winch itith may be had of NEW INVEiVTEl IN consequence of the very great cotoplaiotof late of the bad quality of it induced of who has resiOpd Acre near thirty tbc experJimeDt mixing Moles Fur with and which he has found to answer his most arthiut pot orfly for tnsir on will be unod to wtiar out new two sucK Hatsas are iqade in thu usual the Molt Fur ranking them to mucfa and of a closer text ore than tlie Flint that arc usually roadetne of in the manufac of Hats other good the Fur will not come which has been njaclx covphiiiicd of as well us heir a most beautiful blacky will retain their colour and maiiufattn rerof his own he wife thim at the low price of and Ladies Gentleman in tbe country the iinntber inches round tbc outside of Worthy the attention of for exporta Skins bought in any respecting mole to 7OKK and LEEDS JL ExpeditiousPOST will set out froui the Gofdeji Cross every morning at Lalf past lrcakfasl at the Rejd Barnet dine at the Eaton sup nt Gyefham at tbe Red Dobcasler and Sir Leedsby aad York by at nooitr TheiSeare paly four coachmen and tbe ioJne gnardi aiic coach go Every exertion bos been And wi to Be to render this trie best inthe North GEORGE BOtLTON and From the Golden the folkMrinCarriagesset many others too tmtncrous to LrccrpaoLcxneditious Pofil every rooxning at Horyhead and North Wales every and Birmmgbani liew Coacbes every morning at erefaing ami a new Post tpid at Mffford anJ Cheltcn tbam every CheHenhnro and Otfetxi Dew and onry Day monrim at East Southampton tile of Wight Little Hampton Do FROM LONDON VTAROf Regiment of yjrBt isirt tq be vice who to Ve rice Cadet fnw jdtolenian Cadgt John to V by Captain of a Uetiry DickenstaVe Herbert rtboof nnrcbaiej vice vice pro the to wttwwf vice who tb be appointed to theSTth Alexanaer r Major Juhu j to to vice Brexfet Wclfdrd Gollins ta be Gotduur ijfccaued Ro bert Sctiw Colling E ran Q tyee Soott Eojlfni vke deceased Ensign Tho mas vice deceased and Ensign vice to111 luvteer Henry vice Swjiiburney Gent TBice BpgeiE r and Volunteer yioej to 8th Jeter to be Ensign vice La deceased Thomas to be vice Colin 03d Major Rsnry the loHi to by vice Ctptaio James Allaitj pur Alexander Cuirncross to be vice resigtO tbe rfdjotnucy 1st Ceylon from the 34tli to be 2d CanWon fiiclierd to be yice wbo resujna to be ihlfie 3d from the Doncgtit to be vice M ajjpltiuted torthe 72d 5th Garrison Ensign Jabo Gist to be vjge BppoinTedfo the Foot tobe Ensign j tetrran ijfcwt ChirTeii Wright vice placed 10th Chirks from Sfli tobc William the 7th Foot John froTda tbe Jflhn frow the 79th Dajwity fuotj John from ditto Edward froni the 6tb Foot front the erfd Foor5 Andrew dhy the 4tb Brtabbu ettttdf frow thq 4th Dragooas from tfee Military to lolhe Forces in under conjinaud o LieirtfinaotGcucral until bis aniiraiat Saa Cldilio t lie then proceeds as follows 2 After the actions rjf and the whole of insurgents weredispersed In but which were in Sun pToJio coutiuued their ag and took advantage of the of the which in on the tlie op San Martin to keep up aj continual fire upon our which was to defile within half cannou shot by the This occasioned some Tbd Neara being 1 ordured General Loison tosenda detachment to to burn the towiv way of ehftstiseineut for the infamous qooduct pf I also directed him tQ another to Castro de to make a sirnflar for the assassination of horse cbaasetrtsbf the which took place tbe2d atdui which the inhabitants of San Ppebla de and The remains of these unfortunate men and having collected they were placed near ao which recordi ed motives gf tlriji jmst tieneral Loison pardoned the imtabitarfta of de who came io a acknowledge and proofing to conduct properly for the Were fol lows an accoUiit of till he gained of the position of the Marquis of Rornutoas which was siatjoneU between Gudihba He then In any other circrnn 1 should have followed TJonamia although to overtake afld to con as 1 had the honour of in your in my letter of the 30th that after my retreat from it would not be my duty to remain jti I had no and furnishing them with accessaries they required where therewas no place except and Corunna in which f Could deposit the great number of sick who fpl and whom I was obliged to vcy pntbe horses belonging to the also considered that the which bad advanced to at the tune of my ball suddenly quitted witlrthe avowed ofotttrching against Marshal Victor and t bajve a coniplete capyof an in krWr of toJoseph It is of and Some tbe mart ttos Vetennarjr aad Cornet Garrisyn Regiment of GnardsiWimam Qordon Catne to be by who Colditream Reiment of i irliftfc j f ft illi illiam WHliatMj fryja prqceeding apfl tbut it might easily of these taking forgistftted they no longer appeared on the of Galilei one corps of Por tuguese had jomed Ou tbis snjiuoai it was the ntmost copsetjpence for me ttrarhjartceTb in order to cnioperate with the whiLb betveeji the JJonro antl in covering 1 considered that i could not fail to be nrgli a place where cotatd deposit my reteive and iu lo and act accordingtQ Such wnsmy intention on the 30th of when IvwotB arranged tny opera iNJurslwl Ney to tlws was to aud to senda column to Orense to communicate Il bad beofl the corps oi wnnld bteii mugh endangered put Marshal Ney wrote me from Suntmgo 011 the iOthi that having followed the enemy to the bridge of San he found them entrencher qn left bauk of tlie the bridge and a fytce of from 10 to of whom 3 or 4000 were of the and the rest the whole under the orders of Genera General in Chief of the airny of the and fleneraU and thfat the English had two ships and three frigatei m the buy of whose crews were on bad charged ts withfbe defence o aa likewise with the entrenchment which had been fofmed the point of Kundn andin short tbat he had not thought proper to or to to Orense the column we had agreed upon that he was falling back upon Santiago arid stationed Tiis ad vanced posts at Kl observing the banks of the Silla he moreover wished to persuade me to remain in and represented the fata consequences that might if 1 abandonee proposal astomnhed me and Tt appeared to jne that Marshal fej acted to ohligfe me to remain in since nothing ctfdhf prevent him from manoeuvring while I advanced against Ro After this latter had hare tsrlcen Carrerh in and cut off bis compelled hrm precipitately to em bark bup lieacted entirely contrary and from that rapineut L have thought myself obliged more than t6 pursue my first and to con tinuethe ntrtveirient we agreed follow spine detailed operations bl little On the all the troops of tbe corps of formed a junction in the environs pf PfteWft de wljere 1 intendto halt them Cor pjjj 5 iuthijtimewe lect the and get shall again threaten I shatl also send a detachment to make in tovawls with VLLW of a whicb willnot fail to pro legood J shall trHtha agth or 30th of this jftnd on the tst it I ear4iestly your Majesty to bepleased to Send thither your and the hai the honour to solicit in of of Before J I shall the some youc retetrve to thepreEent stafe of iji ip ferment uaft qf tnernilWtnde of agents act in hjis the oonrber of tsKcwotts wbich fljey tne in by the frtquent of 6the of authorities tx the influence of tbe whom there are have and remams of orti might easily be and would fullyanswer this object and if it be t there are also other prints which by llieir sittration nripht contribute to tlie defeice with odt greatly augmenting the If which I consider as aud of consequence are not it will he luter sary send reinforcements to Marshal trllougli it should be merely for thesake of MIJI plyine his losses and niaiutainwig n fret commu notwithstanding ut lie has a force anfiicient to oppose the troops of Roroaua und in case they should present them in that form but the system tbtse being ta barrass and to avoid a gene ral it ivould in the course of time exhaust the strongest army in of not being would finally destroy it with out the necessity of Thus iiiHiihe num bers would be lost without obtaining the end It that I shall rot yet on opportunity of speaking to your on the subject of Gatlicifl for which reason 1 have thought it myduty to avail inysHf of this occa sion to lay before you the observations which my residence in this part of your Majestys domi and the knowledge I have acquired of tiie character of its have afforded I have therefore the honour of iutreating your Majesty to excuse this in considera tion of the motives which nave directed I have tlie honour to with the most pro found yonv Majestys most humble aid obedient The Marshal Duke of Puebla June fXotc of the Spanish the re mains of unfortunate Spaniar s assassinated by the French were to be what a monu a bitter inscription would it leave to posterity I When burn a town which dc tVnds how those barbarians forget the 2d of May riroost ftH the inoney die poverty of the want of mefiit cannot pay tbeir these causes to augment the of aiid tt rendt r ib this country iuti and of eoueiuenpe ttttl very Along warfare must take Btibre your Majesty can derive aoy adjutage from heuce your Majesty adfipts sysfem of or eignt important ca pable of containing from 5 to 600 men an and four months provision for popur Tlte princrfial pasits besi cjsj be closed and guarded So that in enerfly may take advantage of ihems The columns which act in provinces would thus have points of support in whatever direction they moved they would thus ISfe enabled tojjyceire and to take careof tnejr sick inis last consideration extremely and I not to conceal from your thaf it great luoml inffoepce on the who in present stute of things End tbemsclvw exposed to perish with or by the sjals tf if they have the iDwRirtune to be wxiunded or nttackei being far from a secure place where thty might be tukeu care I think that by expending cia might be placed in this state of m d certainly ujouey tcnld not be better employed inasmuch in the number of troops which are now requisite niiglit be Convinced 1 Imve with Marshal Ney for the fortifying of and conbtrur three on the line of Yili Thf towns of and Puebla de which inuy Imve AuausT The scene of duiness which the departure of the Prince occasioned here is bright and advances have been made aguin to ex pel ennui beyond the favoured limits of the The places of public genteel reoprt are again seen crowded with Walkers spacious and airy Marine Libiury being the principal lounge of the when the Theatre robs it itssplefidojj ottering superior attractions OtV evening BJet pomene had the ascendancy at tee latter appearing there It was the correct delineation of the distresses of the injured we be which first stamped the fame of Sid dons astbe uwpirexl disciple of tlie Mournful in thischaracter she hag never been equalled since her splendid In the present instance seemed anxious of bfing considered deserving of the reputation she had as she exerted her wellknown powers in a manner tbe most strenuous and success Her consent to the marriage with leroy was given with appropriate and reluctance lier recognition JSirwi expressed the contending passions of andinward horror and the hysteric laugh which closed wretched existence was so latnrajjy the V were forcibly dispiayr their Several ih the were so overpowered as to be Dearly by was supported in a very feeling and respectable Banner Brun as and im jresve and forcibly delineated the villainy of Thf receipts of the house wererather short onehundred Brunton last pight took bis The jarfoFtoabcea wete The nnd Ways and faffiit bftthxf were exceedingly well re The thovigh not very fashionably Sir Thomas Ctarges came down test the worthy Baronet appeared in good health
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