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   Day (Newspaper) - September 5, 1809, London, Middlesex                                SALES BY ahd extenxrrt be a capacious Brick i IA sat Afantt T 3 Meeting of the StfBSCRI RS iu M held ill 1AM in the Chair I rcl and other Subscribers to lUe Report of the Vi FuuJaiflte toaMcatmgoftheSubacrftiBiito oa tbe and i this Meeting 10 rontinut tlfir support to fhe Patriotic the of 3 per CotftoB bf transferred from the beloagjjig rrs to this o farther contribution and useful unanimous that the Thanks oftbil fhaii man Uis able conduct in H y and rfVo enjoy the pleasing satUfactfba taring the Puh iotic at thecpOJ present of six lostitntioo to the support of thar elicit bine to call V red of pabBc for ubuii to ralour of our brave i mooibiUtion ef tike Forte Of f arc thii momeat waking ti tf birtq iMn ibt hrrtf hare and M Mlowed in Uje lint imiwiilae ifcreat fcmeral iiiaaced ajlf III lf jVinffiriMXS and British Seaotjin tbe Hlkr confidently those who MB hung ID the tjrentpf TiU and GoWiliswin B grateful firuuiry r sirnd For Qmaegiitgithe TKIOT1C FUND nare great io htjins ibf Public the itkdi of to LloydX uusjBJroousty General htiO there tkil and they cannot tail irir that M the truth Wul of tbe senti tu thit retpectable body ill of Jfitt be generally By urderof tht J KOI already 6S13 5 an to Lloydses per 6000 o Company BaakofTusUnd 3000 o 91 aod Da be ind Co C WhUraore o I os o 105 o 105 O M o 105 O S3 10 52 si a 105 o 59 10 26 s 10 IO 10 10 5 5 105 0 1O5 O SO O 10 O 10 O 50 O 103 H llr 00 Bubop 10S oid Ruudell IQS o minions recrived at the Bar of and hy Rinkcn in the Dimrd and H Tl Mrma I Orimlry uii rl r aotl m i nuil Bow m aSDLlCliORs OF j eulisf the a iSM for Management considerable ir tlif Snpcrintfndauce of the Principals most latu will be may be ad i S X at eppo i f J a on II near in com ihire bedrooms on i two lorgr very lib nuoieroiis dometic pnrticu be An old esiaUished SHOP in the CHEESEMOi the from uonuda Uir U it if airoatedin one norxTommenrfatiou oaiy lo itquirr of ARMS lo b and entcrrd upon March JIOTC eligible w5th lie awl 1nil tKcrewith and hrts 01 in ttt of The in the most coraplrte Tppairj maybe talceu and under most to an incorohif further lo Mr Jnhn To be lirirk DWELLING and Brkk and Buildiog adjoining containing together in and near 50 fset in breadth the ubftvrreu SO and 00 feet injieigtit j the naWi 12 nppet 10 feet the ii art cnpaWe of cnoWrted at a moderate into Manufactory wliich requires a longcorered ire titaate about 16 and in a wnrWl where a number of Children may beared jtruw there is also a large arched rault tu tbe Hjenjises the whok way be had on blr ttrmnj vacant frOttud and a torercd tmtainins 164 feet in may fur if on tair For to Winstantey and Pater where a Plan be J are iUnstrated with Map of I w Rmitt appropriate price ETTERS from PORTUG AL and daring the March of tbe British Troupt Sit By an OFFICBH for Lrtten contain an accuqsit of toe match and at the British arta udor Sir JuKn from of their departure from Lisbon tp that in which embarked at They were wHttem Uif ad imraediatery as the to Jbey They are offeced to armiei that left Bf on at by mdcr tbe THE aud immediate possession of and in part of Brewer the property late residtnce of The grwpjafciU feet U neots tbrerog lofty and tbe en ttMice and the oflSces and cel Urinr CTcry war with a Cood yard let off foTthe wkoje remaining tent n reduced to tbe low ana of lana JWtd At the tine win of an eneileut M order of the HOUSEHOLD FURNfc folltpae pier 73 by asmall collection ict bvTlw olj M a of prints from the Loxcabox framed and im other tote the property of at the fide of The Furniture comprises the usual docrhv tion of cahincf mnd which are fine oht Ttw Lemae of the Premises will be Sold oa the same ftir a term of scTen at a low rent of bentre innottd rum K IHBEB at their 92r by ontcr of theAvbrnea of H A Vo Jn CffllPRISING rrearry riew articles in two wardrobe three sets of qteelleut Grecian arMfoitier chainwitt Morocco tirn tfrmiriugipoat apQ otbar and of the usual To and uf Tilc Twp Tiindred and Fifty Square a stxincb SbodWheel MEYERSon Hie the near at THE whole valuable MATERIALflSlfrthe abore tobe tattvn dowix by tbe comprising sound prime in plalcs aim folding coach and crowding paving sink and four rope ropcniakcrs and quantity of pxuug be audCatHlngucs lad on Crown Clerkenwell the Edmonton5 Kings Islington aud of and The Fieehuld of the rafoablc particularly bailable for a vinimc neat Household Furniture BUU Mr the at by order of the Exerutors of the latr COMPRISING lofty ami mabpgany wardrobe bedsteaoXwitli goad bedding mahogany single and don Me cheits set of and pier and swing an excellent uad oeuaJ eaurtnicnl rerpttitea a with a 14barrel Copper tiiff may bceutered ou Tbenntixed uteosirs to be takcu by partioulsrs inquire of No ON Banks 01 Ua rr on a repairing a must desirable fit fur a genteel situate at Loner HaU commanding a vjeV of with an excellent pleasure and good coach ho and stabling j and immediate possession will lie further particulars apply to behind the be UlijjeuhliO A SCHOOL for Young long eitabkabvd in one of the principal Cities of for many years conducted a mest respectable wishei She proposes to resign on liberal of u person or persons pnpi rly qualiheil to aucceetl Prerious to enteijng into a the most satisfactory refrreucea absolutely necensary fueling herself aiisHcrnble fijr the she may introucc to her sub with real and free of lo at XIr Soho uliicb will Irai to no i rA trie NORTH of by new moat lent to the from Golden Lud at reJuorf Fares BRIDGE SCARTHENG and From the beaide many othera too numerons to mention JMtd Lrncoln New Post Coach every rod the Jtfail us agnal every Post only One Night erery Maming it Mail erery SliresVaburyi BuTBingham New CoachaereryMoniisigatNiue w Ludlow and Oxford Mafl eray aid a ww Pott Milford and Cheltov ham erajry mlld Olliy Day Vritdateattbeentrauce of ttel residence and property of N the is coottlfiiT sSwclams Jofty fintmbcd4n nttie right airy dmingand breakfast trbnlijfand adttened dvmntic oftco of 1111 j timtm ed are with 1 V Knittrees riewed an Tuesdays tttelvcknil with of to whom pro T L end Dra aojooot Only Four Tickets of ABrixedf Andbyallthe Capital Not Tkkets Sfiant art No ERVj1 th At Ticketii AA Slihres the Scheme cbasx there I to or to am itectuin have ben u prisons in by d AoA on HIT 90th of a in arm wtterc the Dra to be C to b iJJaj who aoth thVHooon without ftStb Alejiauder wtrhout Regiment uf tobe Ueuteu Sri Ensign tube LJeQtfc be ttr the to tie from the 59th the Cape Regi rice Cap ofa viee JoJfu Bent to be Captain of a purUnMcTJce whu rrtnx9 Ktisigii Arthur Johjpcon to be ith James he withJ rice appointed to tlie lofg Battalion Peter to be Efc rice wliuto appoiotXBikttnufDoVtbiten i 3utt WiBIlm Chapto be 1 A of a 3Ut 3JJ to be vice vice Ensigft Ctotatfapliet 7tG to be Jtjce Hcrte i to be JoiepV v 6ad Garriion be Captain of a wlio 7rth Gent to be Stitb EiuiB Garden he by rice ojtii BrHd B Jo V Foib U b at ral 9d Cotow I Cpautendan t1 y Major General the HawprahW WUnam Steward be Commandant ad pattaliuik 96th Ensign fieotgfe to te Ad ggih Dh Cibtalfl WtlUain front the be Captain wee who Sir Oeorps to be Cpio Tree Sir Brent Royml African Forttti to Captaiuofa without Aleaauv der Grant to QatVe to be wit to be ditto Ortnajd George the Royal ftjiaforifriifa i liiH 1 nnHn from to be Koral to be promoted boBt John vice j 1st JUchaad to be j 5th ftptefi HaJUftiiWbi to be Captain of wbyp ex cliangetu i 6th jQurgftuPJMl from the ad Beck v Sth Veteran to to Wt I Forces j Deputy James MWhi Pnrircybr te Fotifes j Clerks AssisUntSurgron Samuel liJospital Slatei Jonathan John Oi airs u and John lo be Apolhecarin to to be Alexander and John to be Deputy Purveyors to the Forces Richard t6 be Hospital Male for General THE KINOS GERUAN LEGION 1st Battalion of the William to be vice promoted 3d Lewis Bacbmeiiter to be Captain of a wfth temporary vice whs re tires on ap allowance Ensigtl Charles Brockdocff to be vice Bachmeisicr CadetSerjeant Rutiol pbns to be vice t I tu ivfif FRENCH AND DUTCH SANTA Aoc 9 receive this that tlio enemys artilleryvvljich bombarded Toledo on a stxideii ceased and that the English HI the almost Vetv fusion to the left a few days have been sufficient to confound and disconcert the absiird of people who car of insunity so far as to ceiye Uiat they jahbpld speedthrender themselves matters of the and now deem h extremely prddejit place thie between them and French Royal Amsterdam According to a resolution ot Major CSenerd Ifeafchatel 1 um tin hrvc tnlii n have taken Hie measures npjirii immrdiaitly to any I Jrli lite imray inigllt niakc to laml on the I bnve in ConsrqiKnce runsiillnl m thr the Ciimrnander of i litImniis of thr Ki r uf apnedenouiline afjich r vr tu be and received ailiice 1 at Imve tiktn 11 e foit of I shall nol allow in any on the hasty aurrendrr of thin AVImi 1 find thnt I was within siilit ten in the i f past Taiatue ne u rtr heard a single cannon nor a t dit Geneial Cliarbonuier hns lliismumul with n uf and The foils uf Lillo 1 iitl nxliot i me in a slot of Tbe niarinr is of wlnth I hope will be FBOM THE AT WAR TO HIi MA JESTY THE KMPJROIl AND is fire in the morning I riceive in ronccirabic iutclligwcc tlut tlie Englih have taken the fort of An equivocal in a l tli r w rittrn lo tl e of the made fnppose In ni 1 transmitted your but it was only Ttivire llmt I witb Ac Count Tin Mil at LETTER FROM GEVEBAL CB A V n A R TO THE AT Aus I arrived a4 Antwerp this mnrninif ilU aTiy un ilcr my conduct tlie Genirnl of Wit 1 nved the monicut his tl Brrex to 1 shall ji to ace Aimtrul nnri consult vitit contmuatcate those of his Mijosty and nc with the them to ait in King of The atcminnlile f M inithout wTiitinr Putch Of i SO sous on the btrth Emperof asd every dflScer icb army in Moravia 43 most prenti aM Sortiof while Tfiei own experieitce Qtmqst owing to tlie bad niarragerneut those who ate to provisions Ior the troops The UtrLbat dhjcontent is said to prevail among and a considerable number of supe rior hare demanded their Uis knpwntjiat te torps of tlie Prince of which ponaistea of about bwbew iotobch reduced bj some j A M md that been found to U lt incorporate the with other has ipeii reaij It picure ol tlie siluatiiiu ul loiintry ilunug mitni lunate ot 01 Louis is oneof those iiiytiiut ts t r I h must pro ceed fiTra iufulitntioii Tlin nrrti lr the cause that puvts ru r nrrt RX it s h t our chsi i and il I Ixalif in Un TliL fuits di iVnd uf the Silnldt are well FRANCE IN 170 AND The CtJtmtifis of Hungary Imve refused to raise their nuraber of nflu for the Newspaper contains the following arriHe Wiihrin these last days gCTeral engagements have takfi place in the environs of and the has nol been la voffrable td the Czerni George has in a severeaction whiclv was nejjr Tapolia during his Mileuko taken tbe chief command of the Servian Avo No ojBcisl account has been received of tlie re ported prnlonrjatipn but u is still Assert the 8th it wus pro Hcnvever this may th for pF ace do not proceed i speerijty a U they Letters from that the Emperor of anr the persons by whom he is ap the luti and pffcnt nvi Tue following will rcukrs tu form an opiniun of tins popular mnl ere tn the iiiternn dinie Oluitfctfd Louis the Fourteenth with ln siiliji i Besses the GouiHllol wiuie liir i m porTJiiit atiatrs counci were for or of internal a and the Emperor is in Coubt Froshot issued a stating1 rendered it indis reorgunije tke of accordingly ordered the immediate The surrender otFltwhing is less to be as to Ihe efforts of tlie than tolhe fire was kept up against the fortress with iihcomrribn vigour by stveu sail of Ad EngHsh brtg was sunk before the Osten was at tbe heud of which was and deservedly obtuined not but also When into the boat wliich was fa take board an English Lord Chatham sTiook hands with and brove Jloyaf Majesty has that no pub lic festivals ihalltalte place in Holland until the Dutch territory shall have been properly cleared of the English and that accordingly all public which it was intended to celebrate birthtray on the 4th of next fee postponed for Her the continues toTive private since her return from fhe baths of Mal and it is believed tliat she will not make her appearance beforethe arrival of the Empe according to the advices from Vi is not to be lorig In vve learn trmttfie House of after toarty tergiversations and tnuch sterns length to ucquiescein aJl the conditions on tbe Emperor Napoleon consents to grant The last obstacles to peace being UiW the Plenipotentiaries reciprocally appointed to conclude the treaty have repaired to and not to as was at first where they will open their According to advices from dated the j tht French army atill remained iu the same position as at the conclusion of the The Ddke oiF Auerstadt has his headquar ters the Dnke of Rivoli at the of ttt K Marshal at the Prince Viceroy at and Marshal Macddotrtd nt The Saxou troops are on the of of Wir pbergip and idenand Datogstadt on the frontiersof Bnifcariah divisions are in tbe and the third at trrrem nuMcts FAOCONXET TO THE MI AT A which tbe Engliah msd the prognaa they made In u pnvv ii ii ot tii i iiuincil of one ot ami m t It would be difficult lo slate humher of mi but there were only lour Pout and Torcy or rather it reckou ComptrollerGeneral of Font wasat the same time Keeper of tiie Minister for the Navv und the uud of the couiuiuncs of und Minister at Ins sgpei iiitendatice over the 1 rajthe and The other were I u een whose oHice consisted tineflv in dj recting fhe of the Ministtr for Foreii1 Tiie not only rispi rt tu i Innneqinil ii of but the of thfir tions fur rtie C provincial tnoditicil the author v of the und the diardcr winch could vjot At oic p i local boast j nominated by the the In r i vu r t citrl r explain or lather llie opposltiun of sa uf uf to point out how the nr faileii to pr the antl every hra cli ut Us it would he lo till an with confused a few pa o i d suffice to ivea cleur idcu of our o present admi In the educiktiou of youih briup ttustet to jwrafjns tunmd little more brmuli lilUliment Altliough a ttjaclitis could be finiiul at as ytt modified by locul ot learned WHS not coudtnsed into a regular and exerted an ifHiot inBueuce over tbe mind jar Tlie who tliouglxJ Jieir credit endangered the of endiavouteri to delay it J a years had succeeded iu that futal Most of the great wiitere who illusti sited the part of of Louis ceased to exist in and left uo their talents behind Boileaiis p iiius and the of the dis Fenelon Waspnnted in foreign The sale of French full into the liandapF neighbouring atul Knplaud obtained tor a time the rank if tin itpublic of Fertilized in our days by genius of talents of all descriptions will enibelliji the long years of his Iu as well iri all the the rich veins aln ndy existing will prove wbicli to awaken will surpass te which they have The t traced out will soon open and expuud truths which have yet but faintly been will pour Hoods of and xvo now but faiutly will the Same manner as we behold the completion of those editicjjs looked like the ruins of a great and splendid ana OnTy awaited a greater to become monuiiientii eiernal the magnificpnt edifices betrun bv Louis were interrupted towards cloe of aud especially in wheu the deepest   

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