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Day (Newspaper) - August 26, 1809, London, Middlesex AT SIX PRICE SIX FEIN August Meeting of tlie Merchants I and other t W this Jay in the Chair nt of tinreceipt null expenditure by Joseph o 1 6 J5 J 16 7 Orti Mtu 6 a o o 4 4 is 6 it S 1 0 8 3 12 2 p 4 S farlc MM liy tiic Rrport of lUc oi 34bg men 6010 raen iFlntt cases DO ytttDSule 5 iiatiii these demands npnt nii Mslini of tlie enlarged scale upon i ilic optralioiw iif the Conntry uie now it uccissary to tbe original uliich the Ciimaiittee have liittocrto Ilml in the donations fiwra this Fund exclusively to the rcliff of jinl for support on iu the cause of their Comitrj to the re i liisi Mounds are attended with loss of limb future service to the annual allowance et IV tlie aged and inurm British Prisoners of support of the Schools and Hospitals J indiftercnl depots in be made to the and liberality r fur New Cuutribuliona tothe Patriotic tlir Cmnmitlcc prorided nifli the the accustomed relief to these mcri iption for these laudable purposes be now am tllar ConlriinitionJ be Tetetved at the and by allthe Bankers in the iks of this given to the Com and uiiremilletl attention with which i u id of Metting be piren to Chair iii Je judicious the Ti this Meeting lie jiveu to Joseph for and manner in lias reported tlie proceedings of the Com so with the Subscrip litscd in the Sillied FRANCIS Sums wire immediately subscriWil frf O 0 ifd r loS o l An S Jl 0 O O and 0 and 0 I 1O5 O tos 0 O A ujirstrin 1 US O If iiuduin O i am CoJOi 0 Esq 0 O George Shcddon 105 i John James 1O5 Ryhert Mackenzie and Julio and Parntll Stcplfcn Tbordtoni ios 105 Charles Bosaequct 1O5 Thoroas Wilton David Pitc Sir RNeovc loS Kobrrt Holfbrd SO JVlTlCE is hereby that if i witliin 14 days from aintaiumg sundry gold and wliicb were left at 10 Royal EXJ lie same will lie sold to I i due to this 25th day of Au ANTED to Purchasev Two or IP nii i of One to Ullnnai miles of to be rent of Richard l K N TIC fca an AITCTIONEER of respectability M it his Frtedmn one first Coinpaniea jjf to him at the Wasters table proporr pic will be by letter P1 at Johus Foqr N the House ofBra Aii Historical Of whom may be by the r the Hungarian in 3 iaino price IB in price JOsv 6di boardfi J and tbe Magilalen HospttahKiftnitcd for and juv cxhibiV the relations of tbe last and present price wrrn ONLY sooo of Besides lOOi a 12 JOOL FU ailtl Jj131 TICKETS and SHARES for any narr SALES Clearing Sale of tHiLtiPS at his Great AN assortment MAHOGANY tan and brcakfot rhTeMs of Turkey and Brussels fn post and field with cotton excel leu feather beds and Jrairlligyooni e5r pier and chimney ami cellaitrous iftrfvl ilic f a re mored from hw Niat tftdseKuM i of six SouthDown Cart By on tlie West Bedfont near A LL and genuine a Geirtlemau prising fourpost and tftot cvUofl firajttirei feather aqd mahogany carfff 4UM IjreifiDe washing ricks contBioiufalwut teredty loading four a nine and hoi nglehorse thirtysix Pontfr vajqalle Tie whole of which vfltt be Sr v v PRIVATE London and Kent WaterWorks Kennetand Avon Ty to Wolfe and t i FREEHOLD Building sundryvaluable LOTSJ eligibly situated in the Tfeinity of Cbrpham ani CBlculnted fdf snitable to Gentlcmep 01 moderate iirouiie of Vilfson at theirLanded Estate and Auc ion letters must be V j adjoining tbe fFREEHOLD eligiWyjituate Ko Sherbourn ane fire count and beer cellars mmediate possession may be W by eave of tbe Teriautr with Particu dwy be had of Mrr Fencburch street COVNTYof ade sirable sitnate at tldimore beduti ally enriched with scenery consisting a ipwardg of Seveoty Acres qf rich Pasture and Arable anoV finewr of Uie mid an cxten ive laud from witbin three of three of Wiachelseaj nod eight of iu a di ect Turnpike jfeutleaiaj wishing frr a sport ng resideuec wouldfind it R desirable spot possevcipn nay at Michaelfoasiiay Particular to at Lewis Krnt artiste and men ol geuius were sought which shortly led to the stfceessfui establishnieht of an exteuaive manufactory of iir what the call ORrMom and these nients not onjy found way into the upart JMiente ofhis into of the nobility tfttd and the greatest part naill whicii he haderected fell ejrigTi aid of of force which was lapcessiiry for the comple tion of his vast iu re course to that of human he steam Tlity wonderful was et in its diidtfttl uot at tirst answer the expectations tliat had beea Iu HO L lw at a moiirrate delightfully situated tni the banks ot that fine the at I InKtiiy Jistoiic of five miles frooi pie tlirec and to Uw Ironrail The Plant consists of Two Dwelljn priutinc about 5000 tea 6pjienv and roiioua other feliil and valuable too numerous to mention muiudiotc possession will he for on the in Garrattlaue or at Lei to SCOTLAND the JL NORTH of by new and most oxcel ent the fhllow4ng from the CharingCross arid Bell every at reduced Fares OlJRWAriV i BAVVTRT RIBQN BOftO BRIDtilB RNAKESBORO BAUNBY r front set iLiocpln Netr Coach every and tUc Mail M usual every fl EXpedJtiOcis only One Night Wormn j OfSiiK Holyicad North flffitfek Mail erery Birmingham New Post Conches every Morning at and Oxford anda new Post and Milford and Gheltea Cheltenham Oxforol New and only every at Bast ingr Wight Bognory Matgativ e subjwtof aod ee him iu his proper fia as a man who hii renden t daughter of t n ma r Who officia and mattifemacics u libra jit 3d September educated at the SttiJohns De under He wel ljuilt wa exceedingly modest aju fascmatiitfr in fiis So an the JBouiton in Rented aOt brought perfection the iulaii Grea quantities of to France Irom wiience with the offspring of Frenct iiigkntfttirj Mr JioQitons at Birmiugham to improvements ahdJurther iu purchatietJ please of the Soholat Hiludaworthjin the cpunf J distaoi about tfo miles at tlia Weaktmramit o of a of conimoi igto iSe pWseilt superb in at the chased and uiuiih of tli other aidjoinidg lutidft 7 an ardent attachment tqihe patriotic arnbitiqn oJFbriuging tb the the ittge ptop soo a James obtaineda for a in tlie This form counectioim Wifttj invited hi in to settle at to litter In i a prolongation oi 25 ioid Watt into very extensive of ithese engines at wlience mrtat of tiiw great liiines and in Engluud contiulie tobe sup andiljey are in every Amongst the various applications tff tliesteatit that of coining seemsto be able by its all the ope rations are coiueuteied on the saihe It works a number of coiuing machiiies with greater and by a 13 to 14 yearsof than could be done by a great lumber oJ strong without endangering their as tlie machine itself rays the bktnka upon perfectly colicentral with when displaces o e piece and replaces The coiiiiugraillr whidi wais ejected ro 1788 and baa since been greatly is to work eight aud eacbos capable of trikihg from 60 to 100 iSdney per tlie size of a which is eqtral tweeu OpjOOO and per au4 at the ame which strikes the face and the he thepiece is also either plain r with an whole expensive and lificent apparatus says Darwin with suchatfperjor and cheapness f well as with works of iqwerful as must totally and in coiistqijence savijmany from aTie hand oFtfie execu tioper a circumstance worthy the attention a reat If civic crown was given in ioitie for preserving the life of one cftizenjMri Joultoo should be covered with a garland of About the the art of g pictures in oil by a mechanical ttasitivehfed at undeVVlfepai rouage of tlie to iich to1 beJiaken for by the inW expeBJeneed hiaart was toperfection ilnder tlit manngeiueiit of the Mn Egiif who was uo celebrated forhis paintings Ln Boulton struck piece of gold ie sizeof a a the letters were indented of a relief the ead and other although in relief were rotectedfjom wearliy a flat from le perfect rotundity of withythe aid f a steel it wjth great ease and oy be istinguished from Previousto iBbaitons engagement to order bring apparatus heejier isedjt cuiniug wlVer money for jSierra L nd African Gdmpany aiid iopper for the India CompSmy yarious tuperipr work to any of tfte inoSern money thir fftjA ountry i time for of and artists to re Empress the k ata oHattfofotiierlgrtifij ciin pmperor Paul with souie of the curious ai ti tles of his and in return received a polite letter iff thunks and ther with a splendki collection of mine rals from and specimens otull the ino tlern money of Among the nuclaU for elegance of design and beauty of exe have never yet been equalled in this or any other is a massy one of im pressed with a striking is of that Our readers will fie when they are told that this unrivalled pkce was struck from a die engraved 1y the present Em press vrbo has from her youth taken great delight rn the art of engraving on With a view of stilf further improving and fa cilitating the manulartory of Bonlton and Watt have iiicon juQctjon with their established a foundry at a short distance from Here that powerful agent is as it to multiply and its various parts are cated aud adapted together same regu and which distin guish all the operations of their Those engines are afterwarris distributed in all parts of the kingdom by the Birmingham which communicates with a wet dock to the In a national Boultons undertakings are highly valuable and By collect ing around him artists of various rival talents have been called forth by successive have been multiplied 1 t i undtr wore doomed to mviig o many the of and In the mean time the enemy were not Thecorps of and having marchrd di rect upon with HII inleut to uirive at the of ami Arcebispo beforetlie combined leaving them as it were no other passage of the but at Toledo arid in order to gain it would fie necessary to de feat the enemy while this powerful corps of men hung on their This entirely failed for indefatigable Sjr Arthur imrriediiiMy wheeled and gained both carrying best part of his sick and wound ed with a small portion remaining for want of Part of the combined army has already arrived at and is to fall back upon where rein and allthe and carts of Lower Estremadufti and are uoing with the greatest will pro bably fall bitck to his old and iu that case will form a right wing of Sir Arthnrs who just been nominated Generalissimo of all the forces iu Genenil Beresfuid marched from Ciudad Rodrigo to join the com bined an extent highly beneficial to the f A barren heath has been covered with plenty ahrJ population and these which iu their in fancy were little known and attended now cover several give employment to many more and are indubitably tlie Srst tbeir kind in No expence has been spared to render these works uniform and handsome in architecture as well neat and The same liberal spirit and taste has the great aud proprie tor gradually exercised towards adjoining gar dens and pleasure at the same time that they form an agreeable separation from 1m own render Soho much admired of picturesque The which was before much too small for the hospitaMe purposes of its generous lately been considerably To upon the private character of a gentleman in Boultons would be a useless we shall therefore only that as his great aud expanded mind formed aim brought to perfection the wonderful works we have briefly endeavoured to so he felt no greater thhn that of diffusing happi to all around Boulton was not only a Fellow of the PATRIOTIC We yesterday gave a summary of the proceed ings of the Subscribers to this excellent insti held on Thursday at and we have thiaday the pleasure of entering more minutely into The beneficent of this valuable establishment and the laudable ends to which its exertions are will not allow us to entertain u doubt that the present appeal to the public will be attended with tlie desired suc Sir FRANCIS BARING the Chairman shortly opened the business for which the Meeting hud been It was iu consequence of the sense lately expressed by a and roost respectable Meeting of Merchants and Sankersj that the Committee perfectly the opiuion of that and at their recommen dation thought it proper to convene a genet at Meeting of the It was now six years since the Public were appealed to by the Committee and the subscriptions which had been received at that time very surpassed the warmest hopes of those who were the first the More than had now been received on the other relief had been affordul to many thousands of wounded and disabled and to the families of those who had fallen in service of their Royal Societies of London and but ikewise of that which bears the Imperial title opthe Free and at and many other foreign institutions of the high est celebrity Fora long time previous to his he had seen to his room by and his dis solutiondaily His memory willever remain dear to the British whose glory was advanced in proportion to his While we commemorate those great who rave sought their countrys honour in the fields of we ought not to paying a just tri nite of applause to those who have promoted and and diffused jleuty anil comfort through the by cul ivatiug aud to the useful arts SPAIN AND EXTRACTS OF PRIVATE AUGUST Letters from the army of the were yesterday they state that Sir Arthur sHehley was retreating back to the frontiers of and that he was obliged to leave a many of his sick and wounded behind cause of his falling back is said to that a very considerable was in his rear nhat the Spaniards would not fight nor act B and that there was no provision of any or to be had in any partof Spain the army were that the villages were the approach the the iuhabi anta flying to the mountains andother places rhere they could hide taking all beir live with nd otherwise acted with gfeat hostility 5rtglish On the heacTquar rs were at on the south side of the which Sir Arthur be re touvoid who was in his rear on the same day Soult was within a league of the THJUS n the north In consequence of Soult sing in tlie rear of the British he took se eral detachments of the English that were going from the these last accounts it does not appear lat General Catlia Ar but it was expected every Of Gene Beresfordand hisPortuguese it is cort dehtfy that they refused to march with and that they were in a perfect state of mit in consequence receiving no rid being ill great want How the fcegendy account to the English their for little hich does uot amount to more than eight tliou ind to be in this I am at a loss to I have been at the pubKcbmces this day bey are all in hopes that Sir Arthur wilt be bleto make a formidable stand on Lcohvoy sailed for England atbottomed were usedfor ngof the t Paper wo land ABiiirs have1 talcen a 16 neV cciilf these befwien the cauntry 1 As the war was now on where the losses are much greater than iitseatighfcvthe claims upon the consequently bt in future more numerous and RS the entire stim originally subscribed would go no farther than the present claims upon it appeared necessary to replenish the and again appeal to the liberality of the A Gentleman of the Committee Marryal was prepared to stite fully to them the manner in which the Fund had hitherto been MARRY AT then and madea detailed statement of the receipts aud disbursements of the Tlie sum originally received hv sub scription was somewhat more than to which sum was to be added the Interest oi the money that had iu the and the profits on stock addtd to the originally amounted to the total sum of alter deduct ing the sums voted in and of Sluny of the which they had had never been and there would be a considerable if the stock were sold at the present price so that he calculated the actual balance to be about which would pro bably be entirely absorbed by the claims that were now expected to be made by the families of above 3000 killed and 6000 including those who had been killed and wounded at the battles of Coruuna and He trusted that the Meeting would be perfectly satisfied with the conduct of the Committee in the admini stration of the Fund hitherto Out ns the cha racter of the war had changed in a great and was now carried on more by laud than by the Committee thought that new regulations ought to be adopted in as the claimants would probably be much more After he had stated the nature of the different dis he should some re solutions for the future management of the As to the sum given directly to the wounded and the families of those who had this amounted to about and was a the expenditure about which there could be no It wouldappear by the accounts that had been given to e for which that So ciety undertook to receive and educate all the of either recommended bytue whose cases could give them any daitn upon the Patriotic The price of advertising in the public Papers amounted to oo less than Great as this sum he was convinced that it would not have been for the interest of the Fund to have been more sparing of expence on this On the the Committee received many letters of com if they delayed advertising the receipt of the smaller The amount of the sums voted as rewards to merit amounted iu the whole to and tt would be recol that it was the resolutions of the original that rewards or honourable houldhe given to distinguished 1 k onibihed array and the Aftertfiejjlo io TaJaxertf Euigrtth lw i i 11 1 r under the gallant Sir and the Spajgulaturex If been some little diifereiute of opinion iipouthe propriety of donations of tHis sort but hetKdughtthatifrom they must be dis vyth in The claims of merit done must yield to accompanied by dis He would here take occasion to answer tffaicfrhadbeen made against iirtierferiug withthe hardhearted doctriue
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