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   Day (Newspaper) - September 6, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY PRICE SIXPiiM Commissary Generals September ni given tliat fame alterntian in llit articles of Barrack isc hate ajtplied ff nrf to inform thrmsdvesuf at this bftuxfn the hours of K ARMS and entered upon the 26th March r eligible with the cuach therewith used and also ni res of rich pasture convenient occupation of The moit pair may bo taken j and under most ndrnn fu tber Sussex N1 SALES BY THIS Genteel Household Piintrazx and By at x Chanrerylaner at EAT HOUSEHOLD an wcbday clock in a mahogany case a maho gany fiveflap office with brags Kings canen1 coat uf an Eplian a few cabi net among which there is a picture by George a Cipitiil double cavd grid a ta ble service of blue and various effects b order of the Assignee of Book a lercral uncleared consisting of Hume and Smollefs History of Enplartd 6 ile Encyclopedia Ormes British III a vrr A lle the mlwlanlijl and commodious jtift it in pcifrrt pairal and may or in Cln 1 docers near the InSOLI or a wrllaccus in front I he occil to Iff 1R1V ATE U urecul r and fjlrminpliam New fanal furl1 ApHy In an exMknl Fiojcr a nuruig Table Musical n uutdoor and other two miles from London By on the WalwortbCom flr the of tfie at ALUABLE the Property of a Grntlccian rrraoring comprising jjootl HOlSE HOLD in fourpost and ofher with dimity mahogany double and single chests mahoynny and japanned chairs a a pair of a a silrer hilted sivord and a small and kitchen gardenframes and icon a quantity of aud ffundrv ontdftor art if L1 others deirons to eul To he v tin11 and VOOmVILL df an i ibe abort wiih a prrlty i i i a jinnary of H iH of A of AddreM to I1DI 1 in the vicinity of To he SOLD br PRIVATE hy Mr a with evuy cotirenknt rrcrpiron of a Drrss rntlii cciitril i I and an IjcM fnr a term of 20 irnuly rrpairrJ ii ieparntion ParticulRrti auJ IpX Iy New Buuil KNCE and Twenty Acres of MCM by PRIVATE dcirslilr FAMILY l in iniits from at of fli ihe must beautiful ri in its vicinity handsome pood drawing ami fivr jivinripal lied nn and an excellent kitchen conclihousc and ami a productive partly and The Prrmiscp well Fup and uo anrs of fine iDtadov wilU imuudiute Bain four miles from By at at ATVcat compact as a hove containing two nitling live bed capital diy cel good standing for a poultry and a folly cropped walled The Premises in complete and arc heW for a of ttu at A low The Paithastr may he aecommo witVithc fiimilurf at n fnir Vofe for ihecountyof BuilVis JOHJi al CJUTB at A Neat compact without buildings find larpe on ibe of the in the sorinl town aod within to miles of now in the occupation of Mor old Hiid resjiectaUr who jnits at Mi chailmaB The iitttaritin of flic above Premises aurl Laad cvtrrmcly eligilile fur htnlding liurmg a pub lic walk tin runs the uhd which ofTers to Ihf builder an itnlngrouii fionlane for tbe erect ion of scvi ral a varj ing of from 40 to 6u Two Hj IVfowiii and at at in O situated in 1 30 ami 31 oue conluias six bed ri end l I tn at 3Ol per innnm the otUir tuui and is let to at pei held fur a loue at small r ir ml i I un nieh at r I y roi flid by TicUcta frum fourvand bv bad of he SOLD by IKIVATIi liy Mrnsrs HotGART ni i ibe next Presentation of Rectory of n Hi near OlDty and Newport in i mill Bucks the annnal value and tbe 11 ii iiiiiln lit abcat srvcitypne years of be bad of Hoggaitaud Tbil ret 1 KI10LD MARINE I l SOLD U liy Messrs HwnART mid osnlwtaiitial FAMILY It itvulr in front of tbr formingtbe Nortb uf bt in Tbe Untsurs a if most iibstaptially wnijf ruotains ire lofty I frt by 16 firt nioniinp t and nicn kitrlun willi luOy rboirt ul pli eoiilaiuing togrtber tin Sontb capital lofty nj 17 tVtt 16 lV brfakfast I M ii inn ricbly i nted with 1 paddock abool I Tlie Hur Viinli may be ncrnniuodatcd witb tbr Household be i i ith further f Hoggart and Broad K FREEHOLD RESIDENCE Kent be SOLD ly PRIVATE l HqofiARTanH A laige family aod ejaensiw near the in beautiful part of tbx connty of i cnninin on tbe prindpftl fiooroBiiilc o dining and each jii feet by moinineroom 24 and balcony comnuin 15 incluiiiog seivants jii r i and ijumrrouH atUicbeAi a i room for a fourstall tin I of water running tbe u i lofty and numerous fruit pun extensive sbady mimmcr with ornumcntal farvft iitcoiit and a quantity of rich meadow rontaining together about 3O of a may be accommodated with early poi of the cletrant appropriate at a i with a leasehold kitchen aud mi be ith and further kiiiiwn nf aod Broad 1 COPYHOLD RESI Io V FOR SALE BY THE MiiJiWk anil Jaripans Coe at hvf Tiy oriVi At iif t ami valuable STOCK in TRADE JL of n aliened over for Ihe beuefit of other imjd cuttsinting of Ilv2 pieces snpcrfiiii74 and super 40 union cords aud 1OOO yurdi stout aud 3 4 strrpci 500 go dujrn cotton nnd olber a few miles from TWO CLASSICAL one of must assist in teaching Writing and Aiithmelic they must hi well on Monday bvtwceu the hmus uf Id and nt Fleet strrnt LXI SWIFT and Joint Contractors with Go Ternmrot for I be pirseut STATE re sprclfn ly inform the Public IbirtTlTKETS an i SH ARTS arc on in fnat at tbcir J Ohnruig audNo Alilffatr Hiph Btne Iht Scfiemeof this Lottery is entlieh has hitherto received the inoflt unqualified approba tion t hereore only Nnmxrs in the Littei and tbe whole will be Drawn iu Or tUt Bulb of nrxt wliep the Capital Pru s must be distii buled amnnj the fortunate viz 4 4 I i 4 Besides tbe inferior Prizen of at This Lottery also prctrntsthc neier Ufmr offcrid to tbe of jrnurinp tbe immense IUKW of by tbe pinchase of One Number Nl with a small and HHckney To be SOLD by PBI 11 by a capacious Brick I I with beaulifuUy diversified plea small situate attbe entrance al ullngeof residence and property Tbi House is a handsome I ni and cotiiiims spacioiis lofty I E1J iu s highly respiciuble comprising nome airy diningaml a small anil attached domestic I firry appropriately fittrd np iletticb IfcT for la horsis and two Icii serviiniKXHi The plraiiiif ulnrh are tastefully in a tawnaud exlrn I ItlrullKlrV n nf nrubbi are locked wii n a of and by lofty he riewed on It bitarjof with maj be lad of Mr 31 near tbe to wluiW jiro4 I the property to A f and CH AKINi KOS B1SH leave to remind the JL that ihe STATE LOTTERY begins and fuiishei Diawiusr Ihe 20th of NEXT MONTH AIK it is the only that will be drawn year Tbe Scheme is highly and the more it is known the more it is admired it contaius 4 Prizes of Prizes of OflO 4 8 la uf Tbe whole of which will ba decided in One Day there fore a is whilst Ticki Is and Sliarer mnv be had iu feat variety at tile aborc tabfibhcil Persons in tbe tountry may be the same an if by sending tbfir orders post or acconipaniid with Bank Office to either of Offices in or PRAND CriY to be Drawn in whose Names nre hereunto have carefully surveyed and vahjed tbe several free hold Buildings allotted as Prizes in the Third City and we adjudge tlie separate value of eachto be as PAY W 1 ROPER Prize of jC Prizes of NO rixlO This Property is rapidly improving that Jhere can Be no doubt it will be wwtfi double its present value to a TCTV few Shares are on BRANSCOMB Tltiet ti ttot o DEStERS IN BVJLDING MATERIALS Pair of to aboot feet miiy hear of a by aiiplyinj per Pribcn Jfrt i LjLj fHE RliAL JAPAN by THIS invaluable with half the usual the must brilliant jet black ever afibrSi jjecuGar nonrishmrnt to the will not ihiv fittest perfectly fixe from any uopteasant its riVtuein any Wd by Day at the Manufac Va High HollWBfc retail No Swallowstreet Ax Pti and in every Town throughout fhVtJnitrf in stone price 6d J lurs of whltljl following ate copies were yesterday at the Offipe of Lord we oiljis Pnncipiii from Lietftenant Sir 5th tfnd Qth July Jnlj1 to Lordship I myself the a project which J r A I V RearAdfniml Mai rt acbibvemfeiit to oor ipo 4H favour of lie heayy pressure of period Mr I of tlie 9th front honour tp had forroerVitrcoi to make should our reverse witli they were roeua and the capital of a I fifH hud etnharkeV Our appeft which we had the effect in ti of i part of their uon the our upoiclhe kingdom tVieajrmy as within convoy War on the 1 1th of last division of his Ski hu4 feeeu placed m ITttWSHk toiler Uis coinamtid o to cosist 6f ijftornitig ef tht body of the euenij for the greater tbe when those wwe Ktiztd and f who had teen detWhedFrom the fleet nith who had sailed with us disiuned to bear a part in returned at my request about this for the general pf these services as well as to hold the general command in whith becomesa important during the term of our preseat On the 94th ultimo the advanced of the British and vSiciliari fleet that which continued the anchored off Cape in the vicinity of when ourprejm iations were iminediatt ly dehnrkji tion upoii the islaixi and the mtd of boats be introHtfd hy a descent was forced on the following by troops named in the the immediate tirt of Mrtjejjye ships rior ainl uided by the British and Sici lian i in the face of a formidable chain of with which every afeeesJtble part of the shore WUH perfeully These were and abandoned an onr tropps thrrr About 250 or 300 men of the lt Leire1 inthe tina fell into onr Colojumjwho retired with hisprincipal the where IK rejected u from MacFui and hild mit until the SOth wheni hriurliing battery having been hi lie icmetnlered upon terms of As it wiiti cowjeitnied by the Admiral and inyxrlf that the aiidproniptitiirfe with which the landing IsdiU vrua etfecteil might probably operate an upon the udjacent garriiion of a sunaions immediately Wnt to the Coihiuandaiit m the course of the submitted terms an event which contributed fortunately to the almont entire rupture or destruction of o large flotiWa of 40 which attempted their passage during the nifjht und following morning to Naples from Hiid expected to find prutertion us well as cooprrutinii unrler the urtiltery of the in their passage through the uarrojr streigbt that the island from the Tins important service executed by Cap tain of his Majestys ship sisted by the Espoir and tbe British and Sicilian It is with regretJ that in a subsequent intrepid aftacA upon the frigate und corvette of theenemy in the the above gallant Officer has received a which must for sometime deprive the service of his assis The amount of prisoners who have full en into our hands already exceeds 1500 regular exclusive of their killed and both of uiihtarv and in different partial encoun which we baVe reason totlunk ate consider Among the prisonei ate General of O that landed under He cqflWMJftt rftm lutitteri ty the JlenmraUi BrigaditrUm Licht 3d iJgHat 6qo CorricanRanefrt 400 DitMfinMftt CaWirif D free rSO Staff 59 two Colonelsj and upwards of Offi cers of ve ft early 100 of with their corresponding have alsri become onr It is with much greater my than any that can be derived tYoui these local or momentary that I con template our success in the material and im portant object of diversion for which the expe dition was A body troops which had been recently deiuched from Naples as a reinforcement to the army in Upper weir as almost the whole of the which had been sent into the to aid the late usurpation of the Papul were precipitately Recalled on our liit appear ance on the coast and I venture to that the check which has been and which I sliail endeavijnr to will have though contributed to support the efforts of our brave The preponderating regular force which tin enemy hus now assembled in the continuity ol aided bya large hody of national preclude the this of any attack orpon the But our footingupon these healthy which were eoentirflly necessary to us us a temporary lodgment iJs well as depot in aftordHig us the earliest means of i also a position from which we can profit from cir or can move with facility and promp titude to ulterior objects while our ho Hie observing us unwlmloome muvt be it on tKnlert by the urHHr 1amty of our and harassed by the of correspondinj with our every move A flotilla of which I found if ne cessary tit out nt Messina toiiul the army i that nanow under the direction of of the QuartfrTMasterGeMeKils de has acquireil the approbation of the Admiral bv their condutr upon this Captaiu of the Jlst who cummuniUd a division olthese unfortu among the It w who Irnve The harmony and perfect concert that have subsisted between the naval and military upon this and between his Majestys forces and those of his Sicilian Majesty the disposition to Concurrence and support which I have regnivLd from Lord and the other General Officers the able arrangements of the AdjutantGenerals aird tin QuarterMasterGenerals departments under MajorGeneral Campbell and LieutenantColo nel as well as those of the ordnance branches undir Bryce and Lemoine the providence of the and Medical departments under Burgman and Franklin and the and gaodwill of army tbt by which I am prepared to avail myself of oppor to prosecute further a the plans and progress hitherto of which J humbly hope wilj meet his Majestys most gracious appro I have the honour to Signed Oit articles nf capitnlntion uf vliicl alloir the garrisou to tnarcli out with the honourof and apicw of artilliry drawn by six on they fchall lay dtfwii ttieir nnns on and hr trAnaportcJ to Malta as piisoners of to be exchanged as SOoii as Tlw articles of fur Piu cictu are nearly witb this that to persona uf the iand shall not In lie tutnl uumber of kdled and noundni of the while doing duty with the wns killed Captaia of tiic Corf ican The return otordnance and in the Ichiu and Piucida U consisting ul and I tores of various Jnly 9 MY mv dispfitch of the 5th I had the honour stating to your that LieutenantColonel Smith had been de tarhed after with tho 10th regiment aud which were to be joineoat the Faro by the with orders to occupy and disarm the posts upon the straight oppoite to upon the late retreat of the enemy upon the tirst aifpeurauce of our armament upon the coast of An attempt to reduce the castle of Scylla was in the tirst with disappoint from tlfeVtudden reappearance of a large preponderating foice of the which con utrained Smith to raise the and embark for Mtsmna a meisure which was ef lam happy to on the without the smallest but that ol his besieg ing which necesiiirily became a It has proved only a sa crifireof the The official reports from MiijorGenerul Mackenzie state to that on the night of the 2d the from some sudden ntreattd again from the having prrvinoJy blown up the works und not left us ayaiu our capturtd stores but an immense quantity of ordnance stores of their which had been placed in MajorGeneral Mackenzie mentisns to me in particular that thirty pieces of brass caunou had been thrown from the rock into the from there could be no difficulty iii water extremely These stores had been progressively I am by means of coasting navigation for a considerable time aa preparatory tothe long and I believe really intended inva sion of tbe kingdom of The conduct of LientenuntColonel Smith during the course of thja although at tended with a momentary has been repre sented to me by MujorGeneral Mackenzie in terms of great with evtryprtise to the zeal and perseverance pf the troops employed under his He has also expressed great acknowledgments fo the active of Cruwley olid Majestys Philomel AlacfityV who his co operators on tbjs great disunion of party in the province wasrfftaterral orwtadu toewry means of intetli led toibe of the 2Jt liad been sent afire tution ot the of tlie town ol Pdlnii tor their MurUt dircctid u of to uif alVer our ti aili t trtmt tor an exrlimigtof tiirce and eighty tins who wire to bo and oa their niaich to I scarcely to the meiu iu a fit occasioned iv a ut tlfer terms otcu pitulation ot tins he sent another lag again to nitf withdi uwnig the former und declining any fui thir nicauori with me u I liuve to STI Total of 1 rjnk fixl I kiijcd 9 iank anJ a 1 4 J ill 75 rank and prisoners 24 rank aiid 4 1 1 it was killed Mac Lay mid LiivitnnmU AJb aud were takin Copy ota fnnn to fai Cuy of Siiiit Nth before City of I have tiie pleasure to inlorm that 1 sallfd IICKII Jriinaicu on tin 7ti the as per Ijudcil a I ljijli Cj tlie nttircjt Itmding milts irom tiie oly of oji tKe jBlli when 1 priKitied to rici lortc and wlnili was i fccted on the iij ne that the walls Hiid were bv iieiiiiiii considenng llir yrirriHi lud IjiHvely defended thfin lor a Mgf of eiulit it appealed to me p iind ileciaive were mo it pnuiiut Lttore a giiltdlit and wotiil tlit rlli ct of open trenches in lliernoy tlie outv toe to be dreaded bythis a d wlntii haJ ready made a severe impression on of the firiir liunJnd out of hundred oK iheir unlit and would prnhahly Lit d with moremoitaltty t the British tlwn H conflict upon the His Excellency from whom I met on the 30lh ultimo tlie kind aiid cor dial verysick tune I am grilled to still continues o v tatigue and hver ordered the Spanish i roops at the ditiereiit posts t exei nte any direc tions given by which they cheeitnllv per lormrd by a fin ward movement and effectually cutting oil the commuiin ation twten the city of Dumiiigo and tiie strong fortress of Fort by covi ring the only landed our the Having tlie same evening refused the Frencb GeneTHls application fur an ai in closured and atKancid cie of the to ihurih ol eslabbsbtJ my quarters innsketshot of the that the Ivi tish troops would with us that which however was rendered bv heivy and incessant until tin iolli wiug nf the after t IKsicurft fatigue an1 dragging the t on bar and drtadlul and ol Tile 1st 1 received another letter General anrwtnd alluwmjj him until twclse the next ilay for an In conipqnence of a tre of trv from winht ihe unite I moved forwmd with a party of and an to demucd who politelv und uiurtd by tFiat the wtre tiring at inense numbers of wild over the but tlut he woulfl strut nrdcrsf ir it to cease during the suspension of On the jd instant rtceived a from Geiitryl Burquier respectinj the of the troopi to Saint wind had ht en oc cupied on the 30th when hi vert are for M gociation was answered by the 3d the Commissioners for the capitulation met those on tbe part of the French de clared that their nistrui tmns were iut to consent to winch 1 also understood hy prisoners aud intercepted d as 1 did not conceive myself justified in admitinij any other ttc meeting aiijuurned untii u ifiij munication could Le had with the Commander nf the In of Imd wi ther the answer was not received until the Olh which perfvi tly coincided with my opinion as tt the only teitns that could be granted to the 1 was ato informed that river linna had overflowed its und we weie paratcd from the greater part of the ordnance stores our which further deter me to bring the matter Jo immediate as I stated to Captain and requested that cooperation in armed and which 1 fouijct ever ready most cordially to AVith Inimhle submission the Almighty Disposer of full confidence in a just and British hearts to maintain wiote the to be delivered to General on the French garrison aLrain to lav down their and limiicdialtIy the following The tirst brigade the ccmmnnd of Lieu tenantColonel who prtferred that to the duty of DeputyAdjutant Ge Tlie second brigade under Major of the 54th Smj of the 55th a valuable hav ing by the DICLO transport in whiclr he was embarked a bad and whose absence I have greatly as will asthe and men with hud the expected engagement taken On tiring the first gun from fhe the te to be formed of the Rojal 54th   

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