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Day (Newspaper) - August 23, 1809, London, Middlesex fdrf oefuck at f rtJ la the BAUK Of Directors ofthe Ovteriior tf tfii And and October i I n T JijfeW ami of i s very troprfVt forte of n doubt Mirrhirv killed in I Hat dvstinguiajicd iilunr appeared so tjref uf this will be reaily ttcorniribule4j urn asc uf be Patriotic it slKiulfl appear nut to or otlifr purposes of V cjlicd fruui the of the British Forces J iu uf heir and its Allies i Meeting 6 tbe Conirairti e to coll General Si t uf i lie Sntisrribors to that K 111 PATRIOTIC A Meeting the Subscribers to Instilntiiin will JLlojrdXCdffrfc u Thursday tlic 24Jlj t turwciveibegjw r insider uf the ftpritifaty of appoaHIijt fd Cue tut uiUUtiimal contrtLutkraiito this EtfriAi By order yf K irxt Mretfa t Tuesday f the NOTES Biv 1C t ricnowl is eel t mlin iri taws anIT if 11 rvu MVC n nuelres nonio vpiy make c ray treated with liy apptyiug BY PR1YATB I ABLE Freehold Property V tbe Pvst I ING of the raij Inhad I Sixteen Mr J b6 a good HOOTS v til on an and commanding most IttUnJMt oxcharoyand mMb in ilirrlmse or for of in in the vM moderate cvcvtnwut exteusWe stndling and itujau Norlon To Vwrk some on y de on the B at Ae STOGRia TfcABE f par a niecliaiiica and and eight STOCK in TRftb of a iij f pf paien w and wng and a Wilr prtducthne Copyftoul fat oenr at A a conreni Vhi II i p3 t rqgf fcjjni ftftv from aodupwardf covered with d L BUtnmer of rfeyxlffl FELLOWS ana fevfcpng ypur dispatch of life 8th OHtst enireaf pfVour i luive honour to for yoar Lordships a copy of the articles of capitulation for the surrender of the towps of Zeiricksee aud the Islands of Schoiven and eluded on the 15th instant by LieutenantGeoe ral the Earl of Kosslyn itnd Sir Richard with the Deputies of those Towns and aid I have murh tion in eicqtrainting your that 1 have every reason to believe we shall be euabl d to draw very supplies of and from that TW inclosed return of the late of Flushing received from Geneial last pight so materiayy differs from that which ac companied my dispatch of the iGth that I it expedient to transmit it for your Lordships I ani also informed that the enemy during this servicfe hai suffered a heavy in killed together with the prisoners bf war Whohave foUtdi into our the bupmyv force opposed to us in islmwl jnay fairly tie stated at nine tlionsund riiave the hontiur to Signed Inserted in Ijie Extraordiuarjr Gazette of the Amount cf Troops the Oarriswi of on of 49S5 rank and GIB sick anJ Total Tnoihas of and cfiapurdjij to anfl nt Attur and late raoney Septemlier anl in tiie Bail of InftJolin Lin Leigi New JuhQ and ffcnry of Bnck mfercJfftirts dmlers tfmi cbapmeifjAagnst September ift of 8tiIleSviatTbe Brutgewater Arms Maii of at t at TbWpshn Patcrj Joteof Shad well at JoTni of Swine Fleet potatot raerfcjianrj et at of at at 1 tHe1 Richard at ibc ArflSs Edward at Scph Anil al at Guild 1 James of at at at the Punch the safety and 6f the be The ordinary nvenae is the j sumcitnt to meet these henry on w count of the sent of war having for Some been established in rur kiiijjdouii many districts hare not been able to pay the Iu willing to in tilese to au extraordinary we have thought it rie cessary to recur JULY General Beaumont has collected men at under the orders of Geneial La has ordi 10 advance beyond Kemptento TheWnr temburg troops marching against Brejjeutz but we have received intelligence Which iuduces us to believe that the Voralherg will follow tiie advice of Com uud AUGUST The appearance of off our hii3 produced a variety of false and contradic tory which we tinrt redncci to thnrvrist bv the fol al at the Popcn WHIiaai of tfieIJonand of at Hejflfy near at at otbcr prime tion he beeir f We ra Hii seVviee aiid hi of other and thi troopb of their tneri torrouiccoo in services inr tvhicbthey hhvebfeeii welt as the confidence Shis fecjitfia gtipd l and they will aFfie wbatinteN to the progress ol bor works date of uiy last lreratsat M in any 11 e has ehdea caise us some frhiRjesat and in the butthis been atti ndei as yH the in for letting ott the vvater the nt this erf Cetnmerciar iJohtt Hqnry of John of JHorton navr of Blrcksy Charles Cbarltoii PARTSETtSHIPS Joerph nnd Samurl of Bromley brew Elizabeth Sajjley and Joseph of Great Kif hard and of meichonts Setb Hyde andAbraham of Hopkin James Dav Benjamin of Samuel SamuelKir of uy observafions inserttd in ouv of today Ititelliueiice arrived here on the 30th of hist month that a fleet of about 130 sail of ts cortid by some shipn of appeared ccding niglit oft in the Isle of AVal Oa the at the Heft stfod for and sinwed to a lanriing in the vicinity of Tiiere is reason to suppose that project earned into execution btxause very heavy cannonadf was heard the whole as weii as the following Theenemy having oc cupied no intelligytce of been from tluit What renders it probable that the Engnsii have a Imidnig in the island of Wuiciieren is that the signals of and of dp no longer Shoriitf the eoemy suppose hewill be able maiutaiu himself in these be will soon feel the necessity of quishiug be compflld to evacuate tlvem by tiie force directed The Jling arrived yesterday at Ins palace in from which be kit iu the The fort of Capo which was for merly garrisoned by the is now defended by our at five a signal was made from that that bve were insight a which was one of stood in and shewed an ot Ht ternptmg a but stool off iu con sequence of fort having opened itshre against her she by the and tired several against the A cannonade ich lastetl two the resultT5f which sheared off withoat having obtanrtd his A which pui f the wus souk by the fire the It fi m iiic wus sank bv 1 he fire nt ihf tnrt Wniiaui fUS Ule nie m OrU U Wrmmitfrj al attfee PopeV has received very little and we have not Waiiaa of at eleVeji j i BUTCH FOREIGN cree the House will br or 13 tl i and I Apply if poStppWUto K ivgreat aqxiictj the tejfactioifof part larly u iftfeV i9 of the force unavoidably detained 5e i THE REAU JAPAN Madc 0AY aal products wt ancst uf pertertly iod will rctamitVirtati1 by and at High i Swall the jmhcipal in the and i ttf tlie Nitefrtfoii tnfeiuioned ill iu Sonth on GOOBEUC theln CAKTAt Office that evec jja MaHestvV PrtBoi ind JULY yit Cronstadt hli measures have been taken to avert any mischief which might from a borpbarduieiit by the Jutv King informed that Diany wlxhave abaddroned therr resi deuces in order to go into provinces pro and effects in the hands of their rela tions and passedthe following of and elKects to persons wfy flie in order to repair tb tTre insur fr bdbng to the suppressed monasteries and shall remit thetp to the adininis frajjdrs of propertj who shall them fonnattort to trVe AH giyiflg in oY fjave escajiesl its ngilancer receive a reWara in proportion to the value of such pro having Slcb ft oF tpe m their of SO days JULY On the23d the Emperor of Austria removed from Ofento jn to nigh the scene of the nespcvt to the state of the utill on Austrian than onthe f icnch It Las been tliat in the of poinu of ob had in conseqntiite oi he Austnan jiijLead rfumiuiiig at to ami the summoned to thvsant place by the Emperor Cln the jt doubled there whether an agreement as to tne naries could be brought as great vvere kuown to be requned o sacnticeswere sucir a nulure that his thought ht tb call the Princts of his in order tocoirttf with them in this critical tuomeut btfore he bhonUl cunie to a Meanwhile tt is said that the HMI the Princes are uiiaiiiruoiis it i tliat siuce their delilieratious tooji the niegoriators oii both sides Have tBatlerecnpro cal h is now txptjtttd thut the rreaoiiation will bt concluded ly the 6th of Ai Jt it tliat they have ti ready coutnjued loitertliaij was as ago prVparaiious were on the roskjfe for the return to It is worthj of that the foriilicittiutis on the left bank of the to Ebersdorff and are diligently prose JOLY Among the Couriers sent oft with dispat hes relative to the peace is one for Russia that i m pire is in many respects much interested in tue K is said that England is also invited to take a ih the riegociatipns for An Au strian Courier with dispatches relating to vw sent off for England on SOtii of this the shall be f norvn Beafc August j ct has just been owier av v ft rtheprovinced of states that wing grounds have him re nnstf measure We rttotdei1 16 op irivasion withrfl rur The al secrecy with which we are assured trfe cbfnytete font ofottt shasTjeen Bgt the nearer we J hope tor p The tbe negociatjons are theyproceed with and it is believed that they are very hear a 1Vt ACongress to be held at for the con clusiou of a treaty of is spoken The papgrhattgers have already set out from Vicuna with to prepare the rooma allotted for this The Jnhubitauts of Vienna cannot satisfy their admiration of the Grand Paradeat Besidesthe great of and allied a number of Russians are also tn qqehtly seen Tn one ofthe late revie the PVince Royal of Favaria accompanied Prince at Schoeubrun is iliati Md German Operas and The town of Vienna the bulwarks rewound wi1
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