Day, August 28, 1809

Day

August 28, 1809

View full page Start A Free Trial!

Issue date: Monday, August 28, 1809

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Saturday, August 26, 1809

Next edition: Tuesday, August 29, 1809

NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions
About DayAbout NewspaperArchive.com

Publication name: Day

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 1,650

Years available: 1809 - 1867

Learn more about this publication
  • 2.10+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Start your membership to the world's largest newspaper archive now!
Start your genealogy search now!
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : Day, August 28, 1809

All text in the Day August 28, 1809, Page 1.

Day (Newspaper) - August 28, 1809, London, Middlesex x i ilii j Hittce for letting the Bridgetiuy ant at on the 3ltt n oclock in the to LET on Building in of on the Sotith from the Plough AMiouse1o GKOKTi Plan and Conditionsmay Aldermanliury I I Comptroller p TOR BARRACK Generals August ire desirous of contracting General to supplyIhicn arlidof of sundry hasiiilal mayreceiVf nt this behvctn the fours of r r iir Tcnrlm seatrd uji marking thereon and ma Tenders for thf 12th of Sejitejnbff i a r rJn oclock that mndr or annexed a 5 iuffrted in at length nor unless from luo persons ofknown M iiund with the party tendering tn f lie du performance of A r August Meeting of the i anil other Subscribers to hrld this tayj KMS ia the Chair of the receipt and expenditure by Joseph on 16 7 i THIS Genuine Household PrincestqnartjKen otf the near tne sigh of the Prince of at A General Assortment of neat fine table brewing steel and other by order tff tUe Proprietor leaving that situation comprising tent bei stiails with printed cotton furnitures and windowcurtaink goose and other feather and chests of dressingtiibles and fine tubleand Kidderminster carptts and mahogany and other and a general assortment of useful kitchen fur some cabinetmakers tools and brewing numerous A Sale at Kipea oMeadUTaverhi dresstd every in seut to any To Livery Hackney Horse and Groom the at 12 TALUABLE and very desirable LEASE HOLD eligibly and very desirably si tuate ns above comprising a convenient DwcUiug with suitable bf stabling for about eight Urge with covered The whole forming a very desirable property for B pprspn engaged in either of the above or any other requiring roomy Premises held for a at trifling At the same tune will the neat Household Furnitare and comprising fielfl and with seasoned feather and mahogany chests of a mahogany dining and fine table and bcil a set of fashionable mahogany cop about a load of two cart bo and numerous other iHQMAS BrightorfSreapectttilly acquaints the his the Public in that he opened the and selected a stock Choicest and the liehas and the the bouse he shall merit theiir fjwours anil recommenda Household Brewers and on the Drury the corner of at by order of the Trustees of JoHS Brazier and Tiu genuine HOUSEHOLD FURNI excellent Stock in the whole of which wilt be in suitable for families com prising copper boiling frying pewta quart aud S5 gallons of lamp a quantity of working old IS 2 on the Comp FURNITURE and among which is an enamelled table capital and among which is the March of the Guards to a very excellepf eightday in a mahogany a a mahogany bureau and and other of JXNE The Furniture three bedsteads and aiucarrd by theReport of the lists of men and r cases uo TwccvisioO TOS yet made t v estimated these demands upon the of at That the enlarged sculerfpon operations of the CouOtiy are now 7 makes it necessary to the Committee ud iti tUc inted exclusively o the relief of who detiendcd for snpport on in flw cause of their Country to the rc wounds I tv iVomfutureservice to the anmiU allowance tlie aged and infirm British of the support of theSchools aud Hospitals i depots ipil be made to the patriotism and liberality ie for New Contributions to the Patriotic Hut the Committee mjy fee provided with the the accustDnied relief to these mcrt i Subscription for these laudable purposes be now and jhal Contributions be at the and by all in the of this Meeting be girra to the Com ud uttentioa with which inn bwr roiLluctiil the of this ilic thanks of thisMMting given to or antrjudicions conduct in the Orieiual Cold the at by direction of Mr JOHN the in LEASEHOLD situ ate near Cold Lime Green wichj the Premiseshave recently rpptair end attached are and tOfail diV at low rent of per A of which thft foll6wiHg is a has keen received from Mujor of the Royal African to Lord Vis count one ofhis Majestys Prin cipal Secretaries of July MY I had honour of writing toyonr icornmunicated sUcfe as I ha4 cpiicerhing the situation of the French coforiy of and my opinion of the practicability of reducing it with a small force I also mentioned the annoy ance wehad received and its from their during of ships of war from On the rived at Goree with the and brig having the schooner Agincourt and roerctiaiifves and havjng communicated to him what intelligence I we thought the reduction practicable we no obsta cles should prevent our berhg able to puss the at th mouth of To attempt I was induced tionsWhich I trttst tprdship will conceive to be of I was that the co lony of itself would be ak fiiciquisjtion of impor tance to the nation from ICBcommerce that by the French GovernvnentraS always beett much its losswotSd be proportionably felt and by drivjngtiieenemyfrom their possession on the tis dements and the British commerce more and lightves sels and the best for passing th a detachment of of Goreej consisting of six four and one bundBpcrand fifty raukanc was embarked on fioattl the Agincouri on the when we and anchored at ofthe I Tlut nn Stock of and other on the at by direction of the NEALK aud rSiEsVock and UTENSILS JL consisting of four coal a three a sand draught Knrse coal a horte variety of r ISfeXt morning ColuTObme was of nfiglit fe patfsed dver the which by the oftheNavy warmest acknowledgments are due tc Heddle for bis zealous and spirited his ability iu procuring intelligence of his and condition of the added tothe loca have in an infinite t effect the acquisttionof this and I am dc sirous to recommend him to your Lordships no This with Commie sary had the goodness toassist ref the campaign in conveying my orders to the troopSk I to Inment the death of an old Lieutenant who died on the field from fatigue in the affair of the llth on which day we had only one man enemy had one lulled and two I enclose returns of the ordnance and stores found in this and of the vessels captured at I beg leave to mention that Captain who carries this is a Uvserving and to recommend him to your Lordships no 1 have the honour to Major of the Royal African Articles of tetireen acting as and possessing full power from Commodore commanding the Major Charles William commanding iht lundfyvesof his Bri tannic employed in an the Colony of on the one part Commissary of Administratorin Chief of it and possessing full paws from Commandant of fur the sur render of the Islandof Louis and its on the ether The garrison shall be conveyed to France prisoners of and shall not serve against Great Bri tain or her Allies until regularly They shall out with the honours of and lay down their arms at the moment bf their The colony shall be evacuated jn the space of twentyfour hours after the ratification of the present The officers be permitted to carry their effects along with The officers clerks belonging to the Ad ministration shall bepermitted to one month in thecolony for the purposeiofregulating their accounts they shall Jiave pcnnissibir to return to or ejse as opportunities may All private property shall be No inhabitant of the island nor European re siding in it shall be molesteiHm account of bis political merchants as wish to remain shall havjfejmiiiiissiou to do All ord nance and all othtr public shall be sur rendered their presenLstate AH registers and acts deposited in the Gref fiers Office shall be posts English Island giveiLUpin the course of the and if possible the garrison shall alsoembark Arti The Auxiliary of fortyrooemen of BbaH reside and be considered as Signed at the Island of at the eleven of the J3th 1809f NOTICE is hereby that if Jv dort fetch within 14 days from the date a sundry paid and which Mr Richard Royal Ev for the same willke to pay ami the Balance due to this 2Stb day of Au riliE Creditors who Have proved tnVir Debts 1 Bankrupt awajded and i Mythic be eiven to JL nnaqr a I with the Subscrip tiscu in the dairy 1 Signed FRANCIS The were immediately subscribed JohnTnnno o and Parudl I J 105 OS and aud GJh 105 1 1 nund Waters 105 Kensington 105 Sir R 1O5 Angratrin JQS e awl KiVrl Shcilitrn 105 105 may rcctivc H noandby applying to of Solicitor under the Tues day the 19th day of between the honi of eleven and twelve oclock in the forenoen Stephen Iff IftJ CUnrtcs 105 Tbortms VVUspn ids David 1O5 Sir OobotHoIfbrd SO it Jackson and 105 Railton RahlribgS105 C and 105 ae 0 in Purchase or Reut for a term of in any of the principal in the vicinity of St near the Bridge a FAMILY with convenient and extensive Tanuu and good stabling and if in goflfl panandrcctjntly fitted more dcsilrabW Furniture suited Apply if postpmd to No 28i Gowerstrect Privy Gar denser Dnke street TCuld be Prescot mud omB London andSurrey Institution uear be LET lAj or SOLDJ several very desirable PREMISESvwitl Furnished arid Unfuoiishea such to rent or fcj the Kirticulttsof their free jpf J Hawkes s oil attention lost a schooner and containing much of ourprpvliions the I Georgfe went on Jhore inside I lartded the arid 60 royar ntarines iroor on the left of the where J took Up a With to wait till previsions passed rroin George couidibe got Tearot that the ene my Imtof defence at the post where a in front of which threfe caniioniera and four wfcre aiid the whole protected by a strongboom drawn were reposed tlie them get ef fected on the following evehing The refitting the and waters The Splebay frigate and JDetwent sloiop of war were ordered to anchor opposite to the postof and bombard was CHted much efficbDaring the ir shifting her the got a position wliieh enabled her to the On of 12th troopswere and no tillff the till without line df and when readioesB for a nigb attack we received information that it wat the intention of the Drench Commandant to ALUABLE MAHSH LASD TFAKMSj T compact consisting remarkably rich and Ltrem Ci 3 be 13 crre aod subsequent the made in a cause i before of acres r in very uirii state of OLtremely calculated foTthfifrowtb of most eligibly and con to tbe celebrated own of Lynn and adjomms the High leading from Lynn erry into Marshland to be om yiwed near and acquaint the RY willbc drawn has onlf Tickets of a a BfThrde Tickets of the same w Tickets of the same Aui person appointed for that two ih aud Wiliiriig to spare an Unnecessary effusion of human attack was Onthe thje 13th we discovered that the poomr had abandoned the bittery leaving their colours i i fdq a letter was recavedfrom offeribic to capHti1 the had the cam paijHii was to treat With these the articles of Which I which we ratl 1I possession of the bat tery course of the battery of facing the j Next djiwn tiieir arhw and ware foundthat the force us amountedI ta mibtar and We no count jmuch opposition from toelatter part of the enemys In accomplishing theofficeM and the army were anxious to brothere the whb onall occasions dis tmEUtsh I fefel satisfactipii in havuig the Commodore whose exertions and ftbtfity contri v t6oar 1 to Lieutenant commanding the Squadron of his Britaumc Major of In commanding bis Britannic Land Voe et Ratafic parole en Chief par July 1 The Return of Ordnance and Ammunition found in thegSrrisen of is very July Return of Vessels and Gunboats whiah formed the line of defence in the front of of 3 6 Bri 4 twelvc Schooner of 4 threeponnders Schooner of 6 Brig of B of 1 of 1 V John CollyeF lafe of from August 20 tn September at at the Bush Joseph of Upper from August 29 September at at Guild Richard of leAad to sdrrender September aud at tbftRed tion Trnro Sandys and John mer September and October at nt Tboams CortiBsand and Wlliam James Winter and John of Brrxton September and October at at At and diffbrdslnn Willmm late of andxbaffmauVSeptember and October at at the Tattot Satton ieeds and dealer and September at the KintfVHead MonmoutlJ and Mayo and B6bert of dealer and September and October at clevcni at the Rummer London and John anc of Fuggtestone and James of dealers aud September at at and October aMKfc Antelope New Blate and Strand and Safisbury olBathbpneplace September at at and October at at where a Plan of the Estate at ana vrciooer aaJ Attorney j John of Bell dealer and September 7 at at Mary Axe Joseph of con dealer and at teaV and October at Shephard and Somerset ton of at at the George Henry of Bcshopssale at at John Brooke at at Samuel ot at at Guildhall Robert of M cotton twist ahd weft at fit Jb Ann of NCAV ft at Nathaniel John of New at Luo Nov near nt John Herbert and Cbttrles of at al Jacob al at Guililball of Siirrev at at 17 of John Hanuab and Heury of at at the XOjjtc of at the George Kingstonupon William late of Shaw nt at the Bulls Mossleyy of at at Guild hall 16 Samuel of at elcvet at the Bulls Head John late of of of late of Robci of Parsonsaud PARTNERSHIPS Charles John Wiloicks ami Thomas Joseph of Phillips and Ricbard of boot nnd shoe Whately and John of Law rtnct Pouoteney Bear aud Lewis Agassiz of East ship and Cfimles Anthony und William of John and Marshall of brass John Stcphensin and Charles ot Thomas uud Mnry Ann Bittle of Kflsall and Charrcs of slicemanufacturers William Smith and Francis ot Mary and William of and Robert ot in the county f Lang staff and Thoreas of sur Scott and John of manufacturers of the patent deuble Random de George James aud John of John Barrowcliff and John of the iace and Henry and Thomas of bargeowners Robert John St and Juhu Thomas Thomp of Loug AMERICANA NEW JULY Whether the British Minister exceeded the faisautfeority late partial arwnge ment Vhich lie effected witb the United we do n6r can at present But if the fact be ad stated by Capnirig in the tiouseof Ersktae is perhaps not mere our owii Cabinet The mode of managihg diplomatic negociations for each of the High GoDtractiug Parties to exchange credentials with the although Erskine Mnay niiiin derstood tlie itnpoftof his U it not singular that it sltould have escaped the sagacity of our tW he might Wexfercking an unauthorised agency But onTthe other our Cabinet had not the curiosity to peep into Erskines imposed upon their credulity by the assurnptibn of an authority not delegated by his then he has acted with the most and our Cabinet with the most pernicious But if all have been done in hajuinj and it is the oblique policy of the Ministry in Britain to disavow the legitimate acts ofher she has profaned herancjent and stand convicted of the most barefaced instance of Punic faith whicli modern Europe has We shall neither attempt to conceal our pointinent or regret at this unpleagantirjteui gence but have heard alarms unwelcome as thisnews do appear to be jastined by the facts before TheBri tisb Minister declares that Erskine has ex ceeded his Until we can produce some evidence to the we have no rightto dis credit tlie That being the the Government does not hold itself bound to ratify his But are Americans thus to be tempted to hazard their property and then to suf fer for their misplaced confidence No such thing on the we have the assurance of that the stipulations of Erskine were confided in by our Government and they should not suffer for this error that speculations by American met and that should bave course or theadyeriturers be indem nified until the real views of his Majesty could be communicated to our Thea our trade will go on subject to the operation the Order of April in amelioration of thcSse of a previous unless some newar rangement is made that our trade will have the same latitude it was to enjoy by Er uud as qualified by our own except and French Bv the recent arrival of the Beverley from our intelligence from that nation is nearly two subsequent to the arrival of the pacific propositions of our by the dispatch ship Mentor and yet we cannot dis cover that they buve received the least attention from We are probably tended to when he ceases to beamISUbiiiSvot when his ambition ceases to find food iti Jjnropie He can bis beadquarters find for any negQciaiiofns but for those with A ton Byihe dispatch or MR it in France is in the ;

RealCheck