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Day (Newspaper) - August 30, 1809, London, Middlesex MX NOTES to Finchiirchstreetjinay be informed n are some that were picked up in the street a Tot licionginff apply India mere bmiit the Ttfwer ttey will Relatiofns or Next of Kin of late to the East Will apply to will hear sonie is hereby dial application iii the next Session of for Watch within tlic and also for the and employing the Poor i on JENNINGS and 1 be a a respectable neat airy viewing add PartiCo imi of Lotbbnry or Porttnan Ir is be un I Clriptcr of Wcstoiin i renewable according to mi und all that couinlo wkicreotk the Neiy Way Cha in fruut to Jeffries aud i i nmi in on the ate j uiriagtentrauce front the New nil over at Byficlds Strnun rs who hire in pledge which are informed thatcash to 111 must every descriptiou of inanu ti stuck in will be or a sale tir Grimifone and Old Bailey removed from krou between ten and Watcbei and or tnfliug are not attended to u mill a heavy stock of goods on who fur temporary may be supplied with tT1irsetotliR JAlAfr Made by DAY and THIS iiivaluabVe with half the iBiial produces the most brilliant jet blaclc I ft peculiar nourishment to the leather lull uui suil tinfinest perfectly free from any iauit and wiH retain itf virtue in jt K holisaie by twd at the No High Holborn retaH hy iitink Ssrallowstreet Nu Fmclilane the principal Per liirnen in the and in creryTown the United in stone price ach m New Sf ATJltOTTER W October Jjottery SflOO iron t6 the Purchaser of a Single Tiutet By two Ticbrtsof the same a By Three Tickets of the samt By Four Ticketi of the same l all ether Prizes it the samoPto CAP1TAL of I 8 of of I 12 of 500L of I J Tickets and Shares are on Sale by and Cornhill and Ixn who Shared and Sold1 UsfThree Three Prizesrf lOvOOOL inalia the only Office that ever sotdin Two Ifczu of rRESZNT 21L Ill I Eighth 2L r SL li IALES BY PRIVATE IPICIMTY of Stockwell and ll IK SOLD or a Brick mid Stone In good eligibly naulntL beautiful and surrounded by Geutle having neat forecourt and walled if reiuireU landtax fy Willson and tlirir Landed sml Foley LetterSmust L Table Beer called the M Baldwins of the above very Valuable il in cur of t he best parts of thetown for ii both the East and West endi The toanne nialtahdnop cxteiuivearched and cummndiouE dwelling and barreU held fow citlcuiuii disposed to purchase willtetreated rtitn I be HUM pcasouable and trill hare thebenefit of npiin lately made at a grtat without attoal Also a quantity of oWff a APPy oc ty to ilif MAJ11NE Me FAMILY BES1 situate in front of Kingl m tlie county of The Houxe and contains five aail 28 feet bjt 16 feet 3inonnjbgl n capacious and kitchengardehV with lattf cnbice aud conUiningtogether be viewed by njay be ha1 of flgggart spacioos suitable for FREEH JtE a lajge family oftkSAnt elegantly finiAtol roininanUiaj extensive oear the bapki in a beautiful part of pnniiscs cuntab on the principal suUei of including dining au3 Hct by o0 libtary 20 toil L anditiricony is includingscrvatiti and numerous atWchc9 a totl t I two room a sheet of Watet running lofty awfutntrieroui fifit s d i drive io froot5 and tf rich awl and part the elegant itt fiifnitnri it a with a SALES BY To Lease held By at at AN digible LEASEHOLD ESTATEj sitaite Snirrey compris ing two icapital with vkteABite Ibfts threestall and lapgei with modern hrickbuilt dweJIing and well proportioned oeat iipd other requi site necessary fcr theimmfdjate receptiooof sweatee1 sod respectable family heWtin lease 13 years and mbject toalow rent tbePrettises are in excelleni the warehouses floored are partfcuhuly adapfet for a of the liquor and for many othtr concerns requiring extension of and priority 01 floetoned by Long man and and other oa the mbeaj at by direction if tba foarrjort and and feather bods mahogany bureau and chats of setof mahogany pallour jjpao eight day a finetoned piano Bible kitchen and other and Household Fo the the corner of rTiHE MATERIALS of JL ling consisting of gootl plaio schnid in staircases old and varibus usiffiil mate a lead kitchen with a lots of household fur an excellent large fourpost bed stead and a set of nuiborany PenAroTje excellent mahogany Wilton and Brussels brewing with variousother Eiicellcat Bnilding FEN on at 1 ALrL that noble the latfe Resi dence of the Right Ead GROSTESOR cpm niisiug elegant mahogany dopn aud looking timbers of Urge marble iron of immense quantities Ufsound and oWrcbhouse wainsnottingand numerous othermate and at the Commercial at A House of MODERN removed from square for convenience of Safe comprising mahogany fourpoet tentbed with 14 prime seaSooed goose wool and hair a French dome sofa bedstead with three patent pier and chimney a mahpgmny a satinVbod drawiagrdtpm two and six a set of 14 capital mahogany brass munld and ingte chests of set otd CT i LraseUu i rlUG and at jXest 3rickbuilt DW EL coataini two kitc heTdoa dr and long gurden a low Copyhold Meariow Btodow ai on the beiJET for a Term of by ROGGART and at in A COPYHOLD con twoniclosuresof rich meadow caller tojrther 18 about two miles from the of which immediate posBrsskm will b Two iucioswrcs containing 14 calhu Burnt with a in occapatioo of situate on the border of the near to be let for 14 to the highest J8y PAOE at tlie at by oriler of in HAKES in the EAGLE INSURANCE S A Valuable Leasehold ad joining fcy PAGE and order of the at at A Verydesirableand convenient LING paved andlarge situate onthe East side of BJuotov down lo the enclosed wit n The Premisesare eligibly situate io a genteel ariin wccellent repair possession may be had at are htld by lease under Duke of nt H Excellent Letwehuld hf very eooVl and roay be PAGE at the Comliillj at oy order the qhHE unexpiiied Twentysix Years of I the LEASE of i and compact on the East iide of the sixih House from Uolborn twq good roomsand on each patent neat paved and held by Jeasp fbr the above t a and the landtax ii and modern Fnr wUf be on the Prf dul notiee of wnkh wiilK L Valuable widest and Johii PAGE and wiest aorrerae Pa at by order the T LiEASEof iJiWEJLLING which haa latelybeen re paired at a considerable Stl Jonaitreet fire lii oftwo itod rooinswh each dry cellarttSa The shop and floor ia let toMlsi three yeanj at xi tpuiam the upper ef the Honse let M itenants and part ia rente ice at iaiOre f tl years pirectnt i ElegontnnJ and the of the trill pwession to Hngs tie before i f teen iq Ti arthed and other id and compact fill secluded poifeiioniiiay the are beUby icaae a moderate To pieces vice vho 14th Lieutenant of Ensign without yiqe tanelilii the Edwa be arid FpnifE to the stated taken Lifnrenant Company Ensign Irvin 4o fc j Martin to Regiment of life GuaroVtteutcnarit Riclhrd Ear Welhy to be vice Dnn wlio 1st Regiment of James Scett to be Rcgnueatal 2d Quartermaster Marsdea tbTbe Regi mental 4th Richard to be by vice wlio Quartermaster Jubii Jolly to be Regimental Slh Richard Haslanr to be Regi Quartermaster Charles Short to be Regi mental 7th Quartermaster Christopher Graham to he Regimental 1st Cornet Edward Trafford to by vice who retires QilaV krmaster William MasOn to Regimental Quarter 3d Oi Quart R4gj Thomas fron the Light to whhout purchased oth Quarter WQliUn irmstrpng to be Rfpmentitl 7tfi of tight to J fron the Ltht 4o of fice Bowii liJth blftoyOuarterriaster Abet tobeRep mcnlnl I3lh Quartermaster James Lrarepceto be Re cDtsl latV Charles Tarleton be gimental tal astjtFDltw be iJeatt wrHiiidt ttarchiftii Cornet ttattr tlie goto vitrHHtonBenjamin Hfenry vice Cif i Coldatrcara RegimePt of Foot cut to be wit boot pro 3d1 Rejjimenf of Edward BoWa vice Dancao Bn tobe Liea tenants Charfes vice John fi7tu Johtf OHetfPrenfler gaftjGcntvici Gent to Wilham Stot EOSISB MBaTBur Co beliirufiiiiant wifbduf vice reslgnMj WalV yke BaMbor and to M without 6tb Gamaliil Llente by vies pnmotedia the tfth Henry Brewsteto vice to th 10th Royal Veteran UeutBenjanjia fltlflyde to be Captain of to vice ReridV wto k fijiu J r to be by to be without vice promoted hi the 34th to be by pur promoted Thomas to rice 61st DittorJObn to be without pur promoted in the Sth Garrison Baita Second John from the 23d John Edwaid to vice Daniel Wright to be Captain of a deceased Ensign Robert Papc Thomas to be arles Camphellto b Captain of by vice from to of hf bypurchase j Ensign Janres fiirkmant from the Sid to be First Lieute J99th LieutenantColonel George Jack son from the late A r gyle to tic 8d VVeWJjidia Andrew Philip vice Thomas from to he Captain of a Corri Joseph without purcfianCj vice Jaartermaster JolfuTennanfto f and Richard to be Physicians to tbetfbrces DeputJ Purveyor James from to be Surgeon William Ststfi to he AssistautSnrgeon to the forces David George M Willjam J 1 1 be Ho PoftD Jcflin and to The andcircumstantialde tail ot thesueLden atej anexpected pccupalio of Arturias by tlie FrAich be acceptable to the public for though event is not the particulars were not therto On the 18th of May a division of tie supposed to consist of 5000 iuf 300 advanced into the province of Atnnud bv the pass of L m the direction of itaiMateg for Staff in Deputy tnspectar J MGregor to be Inspects Hespita under the comraanfl of focd AssistantSurgeon Frederick from the 18th totbe forces u oiler the Beresford only Assistant from the Royal Regiment o Co Ninian vice fttsGf GtUMAT pf QuarterMaster to be Reghnen bf light Quartermaster Ljudes to be ot Light Quartermaster Da W Henry Scbaefcr to be Regi dc Borste Captain ofa with temporary vie IL Darin vice Ludolpl Vice and John Tatter HodeOhnrgi deceateit to be AtlQlphusde I rice to be he wjth vic6 GoldatE in the 7th Battalion of the Ssrbtf L0wf fromlhe 7th of the to 3d Battalion of the to be witt temporary vice appointed to the 4tH Bat 8th Siegmund Braans to be Captain of a temporary promoted in 3d Battalias Ensign Ernest Weyhe to be viee of the igth is beipg absent without of from Anginst 86 tiidctober at the Bush Bristol Seplembei 6 to October at at the Bush of Oxforxfcstreety coachmaker surrender at and OctoSer af at John of j and at and at at WeaVeVlafe of and at at the Hop Market Wor Worcester and James Mark the of mer qpd October at at the Blue Ht Birkett London and Mr John of dealer aud aiid at VfriifeBt Sept Isaac of ieendra at the Swan flaqr Wm Priggt at if Abram Gompcrt pf at at flf Jenoinfs and Dlck at ten at the Hsrt of at at Gu5ld Johh HraBy of imer at at Col of at at Henry of at at the Golden Liver John of it John of at at Gujldv Roderick of Kings Arms at rhfttnas of at t John of wholesale at at Guildi of CrutcHed at at pet ohn Imte of the at buiHer of AidirBgmteJtreVt James Bun Georje Bowler and William Bowlert of Asjrtonnnder JaWe ofRed and of RobcrtsDnV v Monday about TOOT as a loaded Was through t v oihe great i from drowned bj the being de Titueo and so rapid and unobserved wt re their that they WOKactually within two leagues of Oviedo before the Marquis of Ito maua was apprized of tlieir having entered tliii At eleven oclock on the evening of tin the Marquis had received information thir the enemy had advanced to Gaais de Timtc witn a force of the amount above slated but the information was not as the reports re ceived from the different commanders of divi sions on the frontiers gave no reason to expect an advance of the enemy in that But at half past eleven a report which that the inhabiiarrts were flying inall in ransequence of the approach of the ejiemy to the At twelve Cufociel Aidedecamp of the advanced iuthe direction of accompanied by Colonel CarroljComrnissinoer of Britannic and four mounted to ascertain the fact of the enemys and the amount of his Notwithstanding all the alarnmhg reports that the Manjiiis could not even yet believe the General who was stationed at the very purpose of watching made no mention of tin in his last was 14th At live on the morning tiie of Mar the British and reconnoitering arrived at where a Spanish General with 2 arid 300 mostly recruits were linmediately sent forward to smiill body detached under an for of securing at about two leagnesbeyond 6ut reports received even attnat time tfiut tiie enemy Teady obtained possession of the and taken the toWh of were in force about 2000 and 30O cav Oi dcrs iramediateiy the Commis sioner and the AidedeCamp to sound the aiarm which the to whose custody they were Cornmilled had hitherto abstained from do because the Junta had giveu directions not to ring particular An ex press WasiminediatelydispatGliedto the Marifuis Rotuana for 01 particularly 4 be bridge of strong about a quarter of a league from the from tTial town to At thisbridge tiierc were already two but badly supplied with and mwant of artillery Tiie Spanish and the Com advancedfrom witH anout 200 and 100 armed bnl on their arrival at about a league ii advance from thty found the eiitmy had crossed the riveri having got possession of the ferry boat by the treachery of the boatman and cude or civil officer entrustedwith the care pf Tho Spanish General drew up his small in a commanding at the village of Fresno but finding the enemys tire so much he determined lo to the bridge of The enemys did not cross the but filed to the right with the evident iutention of passing by thebridge of On the retreat of the Spaniards through they found a store of aud but no storekeepers or all had fled the contusion and disorder were Tlie soldiers and peasants weie directed to carry as possible of the niunition to the bridge of iu the hoj e that asthe alarm was now sounding in every di the numbers would be increased BO as lo afford a capable of making an adequate defence but thw hope was most grievously dis was the gallantry ef the party with the Aidevde and the wice repulsed from the atid fell got of ad and receiving continual hey length succeeded in gaining The Spanish detachment retreated and met the regiment0f about six cr seven hundred with a small party of horse advancingvto reinforce but unfor iinately too late to assist in the defence ofthe mportant pass of this c6nFcisibrt at atid the Marquis finding wholly without infof deemed it expedient tit retire with his on the evenug i f of liaviiig the re jioient of Princesa of his That rcgi proceededto join Tie Marquis embarked on board the Paloma and the British ioner but the latter returned on shore in the jope pfgettJBg the mtus and the arid some Biisisn soldKrs and if to batteryontlie hill of Santa which ommauded the Puloma was to wait success of these her stay the Commissioner contrived end on board her 140 arrohasof churcii plute iut the attempts to get afloat the vere owing in some decree tg want of sufficient assistance Hich the of fiirnish bough frequently is p think he was more than laying intSureted that tHfetnemy were at j anii that it was tiuae for he party to
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