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Day (Newspaper) - August 24, 1809, London, Middlesex n vi i t Gam kiij and two resj Bhbject to AT SIX PKICE YiKKTIMJ of the MERCHANTS li lil ot tinCityNtf London Ta lli IB Thomas Fsq Junns V Sanmcl Charles Sir entertaining tlir highest vl iM 11 il AfcCtiU M P HJlcuug nil ami undaunted bravxry of the Commafl of lire British i nns flu signal aod glorious at vrrymipi rimfurco of tbe i tain ilonlu tlal the Patriotic Fuird will be the mid ffccTamilics of the i at in which so 11 ansceuclrnt ami that the IVKilinp will be ready tu contribute to t tir Fund if it should appealnot other purposes of wliioh niay i from f tlie British Forces in ami its Allies TMi n 10 call a Geuenl ilu tu two large a VIEW of 1 from the which comprehends Hie outer and inner with tlie Forti rcccntiy erected the as the Suuth the North tin extending to tlie Const of tinSlotpies of is distinctly Tlie whole enlivened by a variety PRIN Or not caunicled with will sail Vora Ralphs near rnnnrkulily iast has excellent and lugpijc as is at the Gun Tiivei and will be glud jioing down SL Dunstans hill will face lin to ve iiid hy so doing avoid ofTharacsstreet and Billingsgate and Gentlemen ran step on boaid without r vessels tu pass A from 2 to on Mortgage in of iioiple value in the rootiliei1 of Miil lo apply to Waiu i Grays u YOUTH of con as an Apprentice in an iV andTEA with whom a premium as lit will be treuUdas one of ihc particulars inquire for B at Wells I London if by post i Adver u YOU M MAN f food am with having been aouie time in Louse in wishes lo obtain t soil nr purchase for llieiu or nitliin a circuit of twenty or Ihirtj nrilcf will be from directed to A or ut Mr BwokseHeiy Nix ttv BY PIIIVATK Miliwriplits and good IRON j sixteen 11 well a griat ijuantity knialler Iron partirulars apply at Sea Coal r Mu and on k i with in Turilier particulars iiuy be known by applying j Upholsterer aud MAKSH be several very drsirablt i consisting of upwards of 600 acres and Pasture a uf extremely well cajcalated of hemp ami most clijpibly aud very to the celebrated grain TJ if in and adjoining the High leKihiu noni Lynn Ferry iulo Marah Land to be 1 11 Lease from viewed jir in near and W 1aiticulars may be had of Sur v 1 where a fi i llie Palate may be be 1 I tue Lease to be of a capital Consist of six fired bed 2 lai diuing and breakfast par IIVM front and back cupi irj and beer ex Hciwcr and kitchen gond anil four must desirably situate Snrrey a pleasant distance of nbout two llithree ami commanding extensive I tlir Kentish andSurrey be in with may be hnd of c inme Auctioneer and Lon Diy Four Vols or the House of Bra An Histoiical By MISS ANN for Of whom may be the Hungarian in 3 Unio J 1 t A i TiiEAIRE COVKNTGARDEN j tie next Munth September will be 1IUNT representing the principal Front cn u made by WILLIAM i favoured with correct ineasure other authentic materials expressly for tTiat e The siie of the print will be S3 inches by 15 price One To be had of Fitzroysqairc and of ami names of Suisrribtrs are fc lu pursuant to an OiOir Court of made in a ie CoisitBLE c on the nf November at eleven of the clock in the before JOHS one of thei r 1ilif said al the Public Salc Room bftbc situate in S Chancery in Two several Freehiilcl si ia in the parhft in tlir county of late lite Property Jonv of Particuiars whereof may be atf he MaKttrs R S SolicitorCarder Gn Haihes and dja end Of at AEarge assortnierit of entiine andpress ti and 30 and a gentle in ms double and single Chests of large platfS ill a rjew ribbon iron an lay a new n small IJIHI and a variety tif nsrfyl Printing Ma tcriu and reinnvea froih FleetsIreet to Pollens Windmill tut hie at by of ALU the valuable Rl n fiifn af tbe atirl London 1 Evening for jmikcaeei j of WrPtfteit sistin of six good pdBtittg two l ROBINS at A Durable LBASEHfOLD con kuriiinjr a compact Dwelling situate at oli the South side of Middlesex The House is three stories two rooms on a the drawingrooms couiaiunicate by folding donis on the a principal and with washhouse and in the base ment Ito lit front and back of the with ex cellent dry 1 large and The Pre mises are i h complete aoi 6l ftr immediate recqi and a a trifling expence may be converted into a private kllinp Highsit Croydon Dwelling House and TITITP at at in One A Ditsirable FREEHOLD and COPY HO LU ESTATE coraprising a compart ne and in excellent with teip yards at th and convenient si tuate at tlie entrance of the a very eligible sH cither as a Dwelling Hdtise or Shop three I substantial Brick situate On Bell at th f back of the The ground from front lo hack is of the depth of 74 and are about 37 feet broad the of the yard to fruutof the Cottagcst affording jmplc icope for irogroTeatent AMeuliato Fixebuld and Lnr between and By UO at nt ESI ATE comprhihf a capital deaimlily at in the county of a slmrt dis tance from and liioa of wivh excellent al taehed HUC detafched large gar fully an4 planted with nuinerwus choice frui cnclostd by a buxes for horses a good laiije barnst jind farming tbrec enclosed worm and ifoveuienl yacds for sundry of and containing ueorly 55 pec Miarly suited in sfail to brood or any her brcci jiug flock the great tithes oyer the above eligible rich Grating and Meadow Biougbtou By at A itol FREEHOLD a neat Stonebuilt apnro priate for he residence a sniall with conrement exclellcBt with snnvuiide ft by thriviof txcelhmt with for fimr coachhouse aud lofts large aud sundry in closurcs of excecdid j rich and paiilnre all lying arid containingupwards efone hirndrcq divided by thrirlng duixsoQ a mKWt eligible situate by the one mile from onitbe road a most aud valuable Sprteiousf Town large double Coach anfl riebtBtall near By at at A Very eligible LEASErfOtD ESTATEr a spacious elegant TOWN substaniially built with stone and for the accomuiodatiou of a family nf dewrably situate on the North of Ca venclishisqunre In the vencssqunre n rooms second twofiriiicipat of large a small bedcha iuaii ly paired first tandsorte lofty drawing finished wiA enriched ceiling and mar ble an alcove store closet fcndTrslPrclosct ves intier elegant stone staircase the gecotod and secondary stone stair from tiro basement to the handsome excellent lilirarjfe and pasnase t6 the Ibe contains1 every reimUite office fora large at the back of tbe bouse planted witli at the of isa ladndryy an eigutsiaU thronffbout are wittt Bushey Residentfeia the Cottage aOO 87 Acres of rich Meadow m TL to bemg Copyhold at at a plnalt 6nc crrtdin comprisrog Resi deliglitfully sitnate at tnthe cijnntyof commanding deiigbtful over a long tract of inclosed and beautifully wooded in the fire four best aad neatly wapercd porfeoentrmnce cipal aiid secondary staircane in the cellnrs detached Offices larte a IhrecJwa pfc ccrv tic a plcasuregroundjport walled and futrvlafd audiiantW with thnvthgcvrtgreensi and indccellent andplanted with a Urge and well of toe tend adftlns the lying perfectly and abont at acres of rich ToCbeinistsV SClXKSi on the sitnafeneaf the Ship and frennaMj at A other Effects eomprtutfg capital two niuciiicb stoncruimers of ihreefe a douofeipower and ample ceJlarmg ore held for unexpiied terrii of aftbelow ier of Excellent tfoiuchoUl eight day aud Remainder of tlie Stock jn Trntle o Earthern By on at the HOUSEHOLD FURNJ with all the reinaWder of the stock and eartbcrn The firnirnre handsome fou iflil with cotton fii primegoOse sits1 of patent and other card with maliogany and a Urau tiful anJ carious rbsewwU with tiuc landscapes painted on coopeiIctini the a cbma cabinet ol plerum frametl and Biographical 8 fyiral kilctiert The stock consists of variety o cot arid in vineglasses andrbruwu line tableservice enamel dessert aiido variety of othei Building aud on the the cor uer of ChrifHopher strtctv Hatton at r pHE MATEJRIALS Jof a and consistnguf tioociog quarter and pannelled aud chimney largcHea work a quantity of sound plain add ant other Forfeited Piedg By at his No AN extensive avid Very valuable assemblage of PROPERTY j fonsisting of ftuiue oils ecrfllen and metal golii si als brilliant dmuioud and other pins and sunuiy 10OO onuses 2 pieces of broad 18 ofkersey 70 pairs of new ao painof ladies aus siik o jtabicantt ben laiiius aiul aeu1 leuieus 2 nnd a grcut diversity ofofhcr ai iiuwmg Crop at Mr tlit Greeu Man Camovjrwell at npHE excellent Growing Crop of W HE AT JL of fonrtceo field latein the orcupatiu situated in Camber To be and cleared away hy pur chaser on or brforctht S Fjnsbury nt A GREY years Ver steady Canti a good horseto ride Brown five yenrs remarkable Cne action a six years dam by waa bunted best part of and good wit4 a variety of wlMnred coruistjng ban lo aud otikcru waijliag tx tettsive in Ji icsrBy ED WARD prder of Mr quitting CSOCiHWHl of a supe with loiry dry airy about 34 iett by 21 feet caprtnlslablinp fortwenlyfenrlirfrscsj two dry standing by 37 txonisire of The fvrhulc in abundantly supplied ith aud well appro priated tlie wbicb securely established aji would be desirable for any OE Manuftelery extensive and centrical At t lit same time will be the Stock in consisting irf tiiee pair of excellent hacJiheyeooeli chjaise a sbootrug gal six hackney a coach four one nflrec new onehorse taxed set of pair Clinch and single lapp quantity ofold quantity of pebble and other miti cles of By on CURIOUS copperplate and several huirJred of mill late the propipityof of the HvuveliiiU on PremiBckj the corner v ROBERT giving up houae comprising tind tent bedsteads bogapy uonbleaod singk good mabo gaqy Urge gfjoo few Iqrsof eliina other STATELOTTERY sdoa NtHStBERS 5001 infoffp the Pub o3Ji jpresent State odafibrds the AJdtgDtorer an opportunity of or inpro Tureg be Wgjto AUGUST two luys lint evacuated till a town U aid nuinbws Tnhabftaitts htive lost their The large ami several other are entirely Thf greaterpsrt of our ships of war have proceeded tip and Sir JL with the There art ten of tlfeilirie and frfteen as we now be a line of battleship jiii the butterres before Uie ronimence 6F the at lialf past ten toivn capitn town has been itfftSt fJftatfTuiIy trejnenclonstire of eight or nine ships of tlie line on one aud the laitd batteriesou the have reduced many of the houses to The the Old the 101 greatpart of the are levelled to the Thetown was on tire during two nights in several and would hare been reduced to d we h pity to the wretched in soraetirues suspended the dreadful work of The garrison some sorties during the but they were always driven back witli great loss by our Their it be was remarkably well and juost LAWFUL ON THE ORIGIN OK USURPED taui t shot entered bur Cuplain had killed at oue but fortunatelyy GUI upon tlie has beet comparatively I understand Uiat Sir Home Popliam French tvbjch was supposed to have ascended tiflL Scheldt as is still on of Fort Li I sent immediately against shall be conveyed by tlie trangpbrffcqp of of the and that a hasbeen discovered at the of South at low or 60 mea can cross The whole of this island of Wafcheren is a It is finely the French Governor of tried to counter act our operations by ail butrtnis scheme had little and scarce any injury lips been done by the It is the opinion of the best informed men that the ishntd Can be maintained force the French may employ to retake Jjfaced the men ofWar situations men inthf Islaudbeivevetl there was scarce water enough for a In the wnoh fliet hau been navigated through the nar low flianntls that separate the islanas of Zea in a manner wluch astonishes the most expert Dutch TIJE The following nccount of tbe afiair in which the boats of the Dreadnought were engaged in Basque Roads the former staie meut which we have thought h right to giveit While the fleet lay in Basque it had been constmrtly the habit to make one ship seVid at night to row guard toniirds the mouth of the entrance of which wasprotected bya small bland Ule dAix very well The enemy sent one of their brigs of war down to remain under protection of the Isle dvAix duriog the uud at night she generally went at srome up the to catch any of our boats who might be bold enongh to go too close to the shore in chase of the coasting Roclicile towards which were annoyed by our men of On the night of the 25th aud Lieutenants Forman and Owen were ordered to row guard in two cinder the orders of It was at first thought tliat the not gone up the river that night Forman thought it best to reconnoitre her btfore they made au otherwise none of them Could have the tide At about half past having waited so long for the turn tile boats approached the from the situation of the Lieutenant For of fCl but Lieutenant Owen was so fully confident of that he wished to make the attack alone and on this the attack was Forman palled down alongside the brig to get 011 Tlie in addition to the usual node of which is a very strong net work stretched tight considerably higher that the bulwark of the through which bey were obliged to had strong sharp oat horizontally from her sides ibout six seven rather lower than the upper edge of a On the end ofjone these Owen his and there she a mark for who popped at them ike so manyfowls tied to a For maus boat had been the first and had avoided pikes and while he was occupying trying to cut he heard Owen cry for The peeple of Lieutenant Formans boat seeing the state they were aud being many of them one and had not the Lieutenant limseif been able to he must have re mained the brig a prisoner her swam to his and received a wound just as le was going to get into He brought on oard the besides one since left behind When tlie great family of mankind 1 vidud itself into experience thmi tie impossibility of living without of and a person entrusted the phwer ofeiiiorefni obedience tothe Such a retpJired a man ot soimd under of strict undoubted truth and of a mind enough to embrace the whole extent of his lo fulfil too fond of the liuppi ncss of Ilia IellowcrLaturts to wish to aiinihijate their freedom and invade tlieir and were therdbre rheWily claims which in thotse distant riyn Could preler to 4he Heavy with cures and a ofierwl then a less tempting object to the eyes of auibitioin To do good is not its aim to cause the laws of a country to he by firat obeying them to uaide every pnssion which tends to blind justice to sink tlie the iiitliykkral into those ftulier of liis seem au ungrateful task to the But whilst a king wasobliged to check his his subjects seldom or never thrJirgh this foul medium alofle they viewed liis actions whilst some were disposed to praise and support his the uity of others inveighed against vain or Among the ambition not for an openfoe is easily but shrinkingfrom the till were tlie seeds of discord etery and its gecret toils had under mined the lawful government of the Consciousthat when intestine warshave blasted the prosperity of a and streams of blood deluged its sotl when the commotions produced by the explosion of revolutionary volcanoes are stillthreatening its the being firt cliecks its civil and causes appearance of reap its unbounded the ambitious waited till the storm which he had awakened began to and then suddenly burst into as the saving angel of his His plans were too deeply luid for eye ofenthusiastic and gralefirl admiration to scan their Regardless of tlie means he blind to eventhing hut the dazzling prospects lie unfolded to their the wiKe people called him their saw without re luctance the supreme authuritv resigned to his and only awoke from their delusion when his tyranny feasted on their riches and their and bade them bhed repentant but availing Such and generally is the course of law ful and usurping authority in a monarch a there another sort of still taore asits ravages extend farthrr than the boundariesof a single kingdom and afflict tlie whole It is that which a nation ex ercises over It is that which Fiance accuses us of extending over the and which iier ambition spreads over Continental It sometimes happens that nations are placed in the same situation as the individuals and families whose aggregation and manner of select ing a a we have so lately Too weak to force neighbouring states to respect their constitution and the in tegrity of their they prefer sacrificing a portion of their by setking the friendship of a stronger to waging end less and hazarding their political They then crowd round that power which seenis more likely to defend their weakness without abusing their But a written treaty iocs not always bind the several parties togethe a verbal engagement is not even for the instinct of nature will lead the feeble to seek the shelter of the and the generosity of the Sui generosity and mugnanfmity form the characteristics of the truly will grant unaskedfor assistance to ihose who stand in need of a Through this tacit like a fleet of merchant vessels convoyed by a man of these nations plough secure the tide of events and the waves of They are hut they must obey his or elae expose themselves to new They must tack when hoists the signal for altering their course they must midetgo patiently every privation or curtailment of their daily allowance which he deems fit to impose upon not because he will derive any benefit from their but because such measures are uuaviodable to ensure a successful end to their But if an enemy be nt and threaten destruction to his country and his it is more incumbent upon to be severe in the commands he and the enforcement of their The mity which impelled him to defend others must yield to the necessity of defending himself and by this very apparent neglect of their he is serving them most because he maintains his power and his meant of affording future help His regula tions may while they are in reality just and In a case of bodily 11 iv c i i i the life of an individual is despaired the most painful and perilous operation is fre quently the only method of cure which can be Will the surgeon whose steady hand inflicts without shrinking such but at the same time salutary upon his be branded as a cruel unfeeling wretch Ask those who have bled under the saving and they will call him their bene Why then should regardless of justice and inveigh against us as the tyrants of the whilst our conduct is that of the last not indeed towards an but towards nations The the courage of our countrymen their skill in navigationand their enterprising when once the consti tution of our country was firmly settled on the basia of freedom and soon raised them to an equality with the natal powers of Proud of the conquest of a new our The enemy had one stnd Spain threatened our shores with invasion and two or three bytheir slavery but her Armada laden witu i and of it was4 theniyitrhasfeirfCE ti
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