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Day (Newspaper) - September 9, 1809, London, Middlesex l y r AT Coljunissary Generals September itifTfbij givm that some alteration i fJjur in the of Bbrracir ofAugua to be Abraded fr ftrtdnt irio haretypUed for acts are requested to inform aiiilicatioa atUia WRteibetwcen A it l j H EUU ER BJ LL August IW in ifte Treasury kiuiitggiven iiiHciiKtl of the JEictoyaef at ttie SxrJtrOKer SHI in tAf ij Safari s atteriOtmcetcill tagisaidaUyfSva efKptat anil lOtfc f V erfori in wioriung ooe in Oie r Cic rcccicinf the 1 Me iarcrj of tlie sttid BiUtare ntantert n Mv suiA SiUs caul cjaunenccment of and interest due cOfttputetljToni ihtlnvs an they are respectbfty to ilai i tohentlie interest vfU fsaid oeartn f beiiif holders nr ttat a re jfdispen i fiutorse each KO usual signature and U the bottom cftkeH1 ij ure niuivort r I iHr holders the ii f i tlirylhay be i rtr lay oh tohich they tniih to nireJ to AS taelxqvtr J hundred r of r PV i paid anfthe interest tkvfntf n 3lst A VT a Giiieral Meeting of BLRN held this WILLIAM in the Chaw Tlr audotber Subscribers to Uouir having beard the Report of UK a Meeting ofthe on the 34tb and having comwertq this Meeting feel i M ihriu to continue Ueir support to the Patriotic I ami that the sum of 3 par CooaOlj be transferred atock beJofiginjt to this as a farther hrnrvolf nt and useful thst tto Thanks oftba Meetly iu the Chairman for bislbte condUM in L1 and ii I who rnjoy the pleating sahsfaetion of aanBg It the Patriotie tbecotav ofthe present feel In if of six in tno Jao jnd meiitorious Institution ro the support of their l at same time to call attWB slteredatate of pnWic whfcb the I to the valour of our brave entire annibllfction ef the m crowned the gallant LEGTOJipSff wffl DeconiniCHoW on 3d at two by Mr AnatomJcalCooveixatioott beheld when lire differeiU treatedjff will be ind the Srm TotheSf nave bntPapils cast be Spapbns i with apery coo purport uf djsaectftsf attends to Jireei thY riodr parts The arecOsiL Pupils men anatothical opartmeot i farrier qf Ciry Ooafcebpase and jtem tha will this 18 ucluckA bof akip tot dinner this wanted af size or ticrm Gentle olf tbeir may be to f tpany e Spamtb beldngi to i tea rcceired U food or before iad ingr gxxd rrtorai bit a v llglft Mrfbtingfaome With the of New ta Lotfabory r abo Gieat no part Sahrfc i5de the Sc Address to LttydV AND IFifcfAN uit tebprted kr Wetk by IE LES AtlaS par oiWly uscfot W all to Voyage en Grace Bartbnldy 8 Voyage aaoale Ty 1 other Voyagea IB et la Litterature ConrpensattDiw tea Destiueer r ne t Amafttrtile Notice ur par De on different ranchetpf Dictiotmafredef Siegem et BataiUes de let Ancieiu osijnV 6 t JJtteraimde Precis de IArt fhei tea Anciena et etiesMa 9 IPubUcatioartharhaTe and other vprluiaforeign A BLE Lably and convenient SUITE pf with and erery rarni fyr a rentrerosns situate in toe tnost desi rable part The Furniture to by ap attd possewon when pirticiUanr apply personally fTTlD Jt a complete moderate deligbjrraty iifaiated on tbe tbal fioe the the easy distance of fire inttes from the three and close to trie Ironriil Tbe Plant of Two Dwelling vrilh and three oqp ferptate printinf abbot sooo Jen and dtaer usetol and too numerous to mention immediate prtueSlon will be for oft Garrattlaae oral Lei On Mofcday to be routioued of BATESa GENERAL ESTATE DI Disappointments which are ally experienced by tDe delay of of isemecta in of the necessity aej are under of cqnvevJijf to the that massof omestic and foreign for wjrich they are so xurcrpally abd the serious inconvenience and oss oftcji call loudly for the applica tionbfsin effectual Under this the utility and advantage wfajeh f he present Directory capable to af rdj the Proprietor U induced to offer the by publication knd admittance only of what it is T EA9EHOLD in the JLj New be SOLD by PRIVATE by HAftRT a snbstan tialbnilt DWELLHtfG with every conTeuient fit tor the immediate rertpxion of a Dress or any other genteel Business the Premises are oootignons to are heW for a term of 2q at a low rent have been recently repaired and and are now ro excellent Partiratan and Tickets for viewing apply to New Btrad streai in for whose deliverance from a they are at this moment making the most heroic that the IraaJscendant ffforts of valoar dis tlvnl ilie heroes who and by the brave men nobly followed ia the CauseTf our crun the freedom of these it snay surely ted that thesanfe generous impulse m IUi LUC loment of great sreiieral join in the enaeavouf to animate the uf our will be found to their mrnn and sifferiogs and that so lonf as the present ruiinsi shall tneSrifuh and the British alike confidently that those who are IIIID while living in the event of his fairing in I acred find Friends and Gnardianain a rrurroin WILLIAM PATRIOTIC August THE Committee for managing the PA TRIOTIC FUND have great satisfaction SB laying Wurr tht Public tbe Resolutions Addressi of the to unanimously at m General held there this day and they cannot tat cx il tir that as the truth and force of of tbnt respectable body nmst tic of their emampU will be gemerally By ordefof the l 6g76 16 hf and Pctyt Iin al jj and llos i anJ ond 1O5 of Unncwmba Bobbs c and lo5 10 0 are received at the Bar of and ty ilir Bankers in the United POLD VJT A Geutleman left a Gold Watch in a Bacluiey Utch took him uponTharaday Morning the between tbe hooraof eleven put him down in Hew iroadttreetbuUdmprrIf put him down in Rew L rtt to in the said the Party a PH deposited on the Munrylf Nwho in or ftfcwontli deposited in ctrtaio srWtww SUMpcner tor securing tbe repayment of rowed do within kf repay aum t they will forthwith tie IMtJ Srpt HAflRIg i i B E GLAZI T6 the a and In one of the principal streets in the town of in which has been carried on by the present Propri etor with great success tor about fourteen The Promises have every for the are which may or a Lease will be granted for a term of years the tools and fixtures to be at a fair valuation the stock is at present but will be reduced agreeable to the Purchaser the price of thu Freehold gtfol particulars of Mr Bohopsgate or post te the will be at t nded TWENTIETH NEXT STATE LOTTERY will begjn and i end the whole ta One Bay Four Elites of Only Four Tickets of each hr which wffl be gained By Three ditto ByTrroffltto By One And by all the Capital and other in orvsriw TkKew and Shares are on Saje by and Combin and Citarteg Crbssi No other Lottery wfll be drawn tWs npRAVELUNG to SCOTLAND and the JL NORTh of by new and most to the following bvm and Bell Lod every at reduced vssss BARMW SCARTUENS s RREYFreehold Estate To be a valuable FREEHOIJB Busting of a large and convenient andoi hotsod plew extensive fell of X Of rateable divided Into f1 lythts of in a beautiful lad romantic part of A of if h ply to Juhn Attomej I rjsyhrri lost or decayed Teeth rth frjokone single Topth To srhoU if various Piopeity for dis it it is prove ctracerv te at kaowleiige fgr disposal or wauledto both vender and Esttiulve in awork of this an and even indispensable to its very divested of tbe unconfirmed and ften contradictory the tedious inriuid rolixity oi details on whicnp fre liently the columns of oar pcriodicaT puhjjcalionj hktne reaenfdayentirely Directory presents of escalation to tbose who may honour it rith their and ap the rrbpnetors plan has metwith from icii eaupent successful in the nd fferavof induce tito to rsnteetoihc at the a general nd jlifijoed T0 wtto itctbe Propnrt0 tnV peniaal of and only lenveto tint iioplicity and eaae for aataininpau object of ge nera at present aad He the of ah Intermediate any whichappears in andtfaat it may be considered as a nukxnB upon woich he nvariably intends to i The Directory is filed at the n and also at the principal runs and UeadiBs looms in Frovincial Towns and part of hicb to this IN Bank Baptist Batsona RusselU Blacksmiths Arms Lover Cadogan Co Castk and Chapter Commercial Fumhrals Garraways Chang General Georges Geonrcand Btne OSaertter CojTvir Graya Hatchetts langfaottrn Ward Peeled grinw of ions r THE TWBNXYTHmD AND MAJOR Major Ponsonby is theseconrl of tbeEarl of one of the n ParJiament for the county of he is Major oAhe 23d He has ucquired thelrighest pnuses for his gallantry in tbe late bloody victory at Uive seep let ters written the next day ffter the bearing ample testimony oTthe bravery of the and to distinguished couduct in that dreidtul One letter foUpwing On at cigade were ordered to attack three solid squares wecharged to rne1 polhtpfthe bdyonetj under a tremendous stood We ihe 23d Dragoons were chjefly engaged we ost inthe reckouint tKe arid iu and nearly half the pre vented their deploying was their The army was a witness tothe Tffe small remnant of our regi witbthfe who bad aot suffered so were moved over the bill to support Ge leral Sherbrookes di wbicli was We had to stand halfan btfur a wry hot ire of shells we bad scarcelj been ofif our horses or 36 Another letter THftogh the charts proved so fatal to the 23d yet ite tffect was snch as entirelytsstop the advance of the intended and to relieve ns in a short time from the of any advance upon our Aa OfBcerof high mrlitary who was im portantly engaged in that has thus written Concerning the couduct of Major Ponsonby on Ponsonby is tny greatest He has and is ihdeeda most ex cellent He deserves particular praise for two kept in check nine Ffeacn supported by artillery and during six In the bloody conflict Major Ponsonby saw a Lieutenant of his own troop killed when they charged theFrench Actuated by the ardent feelings of frifendship which outlived the of its and by a hu manity which extended itself even to the uncon remains of a he repaired the next day to the field of attended by almost the only serjeant of his regiment who had not been killed or and voluntarily en the horriWe spectacle which the dead strewed plain to among the slain for the lifeless corpse of his Lieutenant and with his own hands assisted only by his performed the but painful office body ofiusyooog miU rafy iu the field of to an hononra Sfe Antf iafcreS lears over which heroism itself ap The promising officer was thna in terred was anephew of the highly tnat daiiie who Yepre the county of Waterfbrd in of was much be loved in the and in Major Pouaqhby He gainM from most hi the return in in tbe by was printed The Lord and his amiable con intended to have arrived this at at near but were prevailed upon to remain in the city of Water and till Tuesday next onwhirh day they will go to Marlfield from thence to Lotd and towards Lord Shan at CastleMartyr and thence to tlie Mar quijj of Thomonds so on to the city of and round by to Mount near so as to return to the capita by the first week The Sheriffs pf tlie city of Cork go on Tuesday to the Earl of Don rjoughiuprest at for the parpose of inviting his tp this The merchants are to give a splendid entertainment on the occa Theyfeive a very proper Chair Sir Patrick who was knighted m the administrationofEarl and a geutieman who has travelled over all Thexiivic feust Is not given by the Mayor indivi but IB given by the corporation at which is principally under theinfluenceof Vis cnuHt who was for many years re presentative for Cork with the late Hutchin son and has a very estate in anil about The influx of strangers here passing to and from the Lakes of KiHarney fcas been this season greater than for years back and the establishment of the many well regulated to and from Dnblin and through has added much to the faci lity of being both and It is out worthy Admiral at Cove in tends a grand aquatic entertainment for their should the weather permit In all ranka yyingwho shall besfuhew their respect for the Tepresentative of their So BhgadierrGeneral J Hamilton is now here waiting to sail for Lisbon witb the let underconvoy of the who lately been made Masier and Jbw in Bawjue is the ton oi Wiljiwn for many was anofficer in army with GOTTENBURGH SEPT General Armfeldt returnedfrom Stockhqln yesttrdny The troops were drawn out to He alighted at the entrance of the and walked along the front of the with his hat in his amidst the reite rated soLdieja and A letter writttu by General Count Wrede to his jVlujestya actual AdjutantGeneral of the and dated the IQth con tains the tbUowmg This moment an expresn arrived here by sea from Admiral relattvejtp bia expeditious passage from Hemosand and tire land ing effected oa the moffting of the 17th The whole RassTan force had taken up a that side of the river ready to itbn the 17th at night bnt the same evening received information of the descent effected by our the commanding General of the Rus sian troops ordered part of them to march to the and tlie remanwler to halt ncnr thtir former As late as yesterday we remairn d perfectly ignorant of the in conie quence of the who form the cordon guarding so closely the lines of their that no kind of intellgeuce could be obtained by our But General Boston having tljii day moved from the communication was and we shall now without delay cross tlie Oie the which we have to encounter are very From want of re gular we have een obliged to forma ridge of in order to convey the artillery ind train across tlie aud the same will obstruct our advance at every rivulet we meet with on our the Russians having urnt all the bridges between this place and a circumstance winch cannot but strongly nipede the rapidity of our holm si to lament the low of who with eaptaJn at reflpecUble and Ai ii witf open awt FRENCH AND GERMAN LETTER ADO FROM THE MINISTER OF POLICE THE MAYOR OF the peace of the Eng whose power was lost if war ceased upon the wished to burn Now that Austria is to receive peace from the English would burn Flushing they threaten with their bombs whose lately so have ra at the voice of our the 3eets that wtre preparing to conquer those of The English flatter themselves with being able to set tire to our Of her own HC aH France will fly to their defence we regulate this noble in order td rea der it tVhat is the force of TVaporeons Army of ask the Ministers of the Cabinet of We can now to The anijy covers inits rapid march the roads fronj Paris to Antwerp let them send their agents to count it Let them know that not a soldier fromthe armies of Napoleon will quit his standards to come arid defend the territory of his What Frenchmen would not take up when the soil of France is touched by the enemy Are not the French armies national the national guards armies The audacity of the English only prepares a new trophy for the trophies that are to decorate the feast of you take a particular interest in the glory of this alter our enemies have ac cused it of having energy only in it at once confouadthe calumnies of its enemies and their incendiary On the East and on the France is victorious 200 leagues from her will also triumph in the in order that no kind of glory may be We are assured that the Emperor of has consented to the cession of a great provinee of his which he had hitherto refused to This indaces a belief that the peace will not meet with any more obstacles or Six Enghsmnen were taken up on night ofthe near Fecamp they were ordered to inspect the coastand disseminate i His Majesty has this day returned te the The consistory of the Jews has allotted four ducats to each recruit of their religion loins the We learn frpm that colonial merchandize is in great superfluity bnt that OB the other bread and butchers all the necessaries of life are extremely The official account ofthe surrender of Flush not yet arrived but all accounts concur instating that the garrison obtained an honoura ble and marched out at ten in the morning of the The city of Antwerp is declared to be in state of QueCoBrt Gazette contains no intelligence from the The force is increasing 13 We are at length on the eve of seeing peace It was to be signed about the according to Insurrection has recommenced in the The army of Bavaria has been obliged to rrtire to the frontiers of to tne iron STRASBCRGH The last troops frora the Upper part of which were already on the right bank tr about to praceed have received to march with all whence are to eo to jfc nawber of them conveyed tbe newprovtaoaal bat in army fs expected to march from C
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