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   Day (Newspaper) - September 11, 1809, London, Middlesex                                At six i m I 3 IB t T General Meeting of the 9UB9CRI f PRICE iu in the Chair Mm LliilerwriterSj and other lirnns luard tbe Report of o 1 i J ma ile to a JVlerting of the Subscribers tc l un Uic 24tb audbaring comsideredj That this Meeting feel it incum ilncn I cuuthrae tliPir support to tile Patriotic ihirt the sum 3 per Cousoli be transferred from Jlie stock belonging n to tills as a farther contribution apd useful that rhe Thanks of Ibra Meeting iu tinf liairmau for bis able conduct iuthe Chair Subwrnbent nlio enjoy the plinsing snttsfacllftu of having Ibr establishment of the Patriotic at the com of i lie present feel thennehes justified ine of six iu recotumfJpSini tftis lan iiuiioui lutlituliun to the of their attlie same tittv to call tfietrniten aluml stale of public for which the is imirhtril lo tbe valour of our brave Oefenders aoniUilationef the Naval uf the the gallant exploits of British o the Itopn of ultimate which tbe and tirinneiis of have lii fr whose deliveranre from a perfldiom tliis moment Banking tbe buroic i1 it lie traascehilsnt efforts ofviilonr dia who have and bythe brave men A Jfollowed in tbe Cause of our edoro of these it may surely iSii he generous impulse and nt ofprenl general induced Ul ii IIP laudable cmlcarour to the IltrnJen will be found still alive to tbeir mips nud that so tbe present i ilit Seaman and tbe British confidently that tttoce who are m liiiin in the of bis falling in and Friends and in grateful PATRIOTIC Anjfust THE Corrrmittee for the PA TRIOTIC FUND have aatiafaction in lying V n ihi Public the Resohitions and Addresf of the to pawvtl a General In IJ there this day and they uaaot hot ex thnr tbsutM the trtiFh aafl fdfCC oY tnAMati uf thai rrtpeCUble bodjr wnai b6 k tin liberality of tbeir cxaaple will be jeajerallj fcJoytd By orderof the A not n i ofSnbsrriptiooj advertised l6 31 0 aad Petyt 10 10 Jnln of Rosehill 81 Wiapliuro 91 PrJicds and Co loS J as MS Mmm uid hi Curtis i of Dunoojube Park f and Kt Wuudfurd W MTEjrgftrt and J Ieibe Browuc 9rf iiuTi Scott and 103 10 10 JO IO IU OS 9 50 0 14 Sir TliniMs Maynqrd 50 0 of 0 are at tbe Bar of and by ill in the United II the Relations or friest of Kin rf auy of MARTIN otherwise biloujpnjj fo the iiv 11 A will apply to Lars Sorensen i So Thrr Lower tfcejr will bear fmethine to their by i Ilium of consiilerable Business in tbe I in to mate grfetbeij tlie usual security can be la TO near I proprrfy and of respectable uill bis I man bouad Til i i Ii r y iuid Uve with ihe Or made nnnoalky to out present Is fodT miles frOin tne Kbyat Ex wnifb o moderate premiuta only cto be thii may is reqnesteX to be left l j bo duly attended and fte Gentleman i p acuirdhic to kiss n wen with a Gentleman m the icc were not XEXT l i j d tnt The received thenare only sooo Nu rill be Draim la in grewt at Aeir ChariBg Lottery entirely approbi ia tbe ami htu the folkxriDf CaxHW W flbtri icing the I tfof IS of 2X000 f i IKinferior of f also presents tbe never before i of taiiwafc Of oc by the Ode rP IHSH leare to remind i STATE LOTTERY tht 20th NEXT IrTOlCTtT it is the ONLY iMrttXT te lOawA LA R Scheme is perfectly 1 Hie mure it is known the itwre tt if admired it 4 Pi iaes of 4 4 I 18 of TV of which vriJl bedeculed furebas is whjbjt tuny be had ill tjOfat iWWety fit Uie Jl lioj tha a sameaa if W orders f BishV inS nnHOMAS Norfolk X tbe bw and that be ban opened above and stock of the choicest and tne arradcimenti be hU naisdecand the jsnjjerioracconMBodatwastlbr lie shall merit their faroura and rieat he LET Furnished Familieain wantof1 such to rtiit or by sendiojr the irartKulan oabeieretjBertvfirec of W of with To diate omrenjeot DWELLING extensive and commbdiom waretousA and olKer mdainbly adapted for the residence trade of a Merchaut reqnarinc roonu or for aoy ForAer and TiclieU to may be hs4 by to Lincolns Inn i 1 I 1Jj I 1O be for a Tertn 6f a desirabfe Brickbwit with in Berta IS miles from the The House roomy mod and neighbourhood is select tad the frouuds are pleasantly forming a htmUn front interspersed with clumps and Walled kitchengar ciotuned with choice coach tabling for eight and other useful This delightful spot it most ru rally four from and in the vicinity are beautiful and Taqom ood from The Home and PretnSsei are In complete andfit for immediate reception ofa jrenteel Principals of respectability may be in formed par t ictikrs by applying to at Mary lebone This lny will be to be Prico One of BATESs GENER4L ESTATE DI which are darty erperitocAt by tbe4elay ot tfcc insertionof Adver in many from the necessity ttrrjr ore onder ofconveyntfjto flie public that mass of domestic and foreign for which they ere so principally mad tbe Mirious inconvenience and louofbrn attendant call loudly for the applica tion of an effectual Under this blcuded With tfco utility and advantage which the present is capable to die Proprietor is induced to orter the rcjplaf pHWieatkm aod only of whatit is to Ibferotatfba of TsrioiM Property arid for m it it is prove a copcao rated source of facilitating the knowledge oFprapertyy for dupusaTor both vemleV and in a Work of this is un doubtedly tndiapensbbleto very though divested of the unconfirmed and ttm tfCBtrCdMpry the tetflotts intipid prolixity fashionable of which so futetty tne of our periodical publications in the praettt day coasUtV Directory presents ho confined meani of chcaUtion to thpae who may honour it with i heir Tfie the plan hw met with frooi ntn the most eminent and successful in the aod thwr kind riHersof inddce hlnv 16 rantce to the even at the a most jeuexai nd diffused To Hie and publjp in who may be inclined ta pnrcbaae or sal of k Pa Wit btperemhtori and ofirljewBfwkballt HUBU ROUSED known k stir ropodud by a very wfcicU bottt per being no TJ rfrow 13 to i there very on vckinit aa fr OMHluctrjig an extensree busi n for domestic Leasehold and a Lsascholc a MeHn is valuable for 21 ant Bikers of Tlie accom with e patenr fnrtiKe aim jrlcto repair seven Anew con with ntia fbY a term aVone groundrent arid Ttie present trade Vkft rtof perosal be and kegi to hipt at the liapucUy and case of a plan for attaining an object of ge at piraeut so and He the declining of an intermediate agency in any concern wTvicfi appears iu his nod thdl it may considered as a ulaxim upon which be n variably to The Directory is filed at the respectable Coffeehouses n and also at the principal Inns and Reading looms In the Provincial Towns and part o which annexed to tfaia COFFEEHOUSES IN Bank Baptist Bedford ftusiell Lower East CaUngttn Coffer Castle and Chapter Commercial General opposite Oeurges George and Bine Grays Inn HatcbctTs Piccadilly Hotel Ward London Moorgate ft PeeleV Pjottmaii Prince flearictf Careyitrctfj Slausihters Stock Commons Swan and Inn Cotfee Tbe White WirTt tork TCJvtNs Art ley fiuiUct StopJbrd Chipwell Eahnf Edmonton Htttferd Hmrfow JsTmgton Komford Bficbmond small at aut near tbe and y by direction of tnie BricHbuilt DWELL ING and back Prc on lease under the from Michael theGreen at Uaac Qgle at ftf anniMtr on leaaeat hetdPfota term of 17 years frum end Brent tMliatu ll By BSTATEfCaHed Pelham in a beautifal part in Uieceutxe of field afia four from 16 from tiro from the high road and aoirab Uown ting ot excellent Bqckbuilt with errfy end deli contiguouj to a very yrpJuctire Sitcnen ipcfosed with brick the ftafc qf tasteful y dls dtiirabk reaifejejji to li family of valuable manotojf BrBt cxtebdmg over with a of ftrut tor a tennof 21 firom tb very low mrt perannum Capital SteamEngineof lahorse with Copper PAUtlNr oo the Swon Breipbovse oesjr Execirtion at tbs formef pilrCnsjfer hot 1 cftmpleled bis purvbwi VerJEsCafittal of copper copper ponTpsi and ratus To on the the tttf atHr by dirttlion ol the Executrix of Sic rlrtHE very beneficnil EEASE Wfc Jl We PKEMJSES comjifewig in the higheit atate of and crtjppett with alt of cipdlM full valaable of Dwelling acrtof oiler JKArnUJ hvld by for an uBrtjrtreJ JT frotri Mjcbaclmaa at a groundrent of pel The whole of tfte VUluatfe Bfocft and included in and bound hy a coreuant in the at the expiration1 of the to take au that may he toB ta it 1 The purcbaaer owty immediate pot Haberdaflhera L be T tablihed SAfaE BDsrNESS on roost eligible and thp of immediala For by Quiidlwll Principab only will be aU rf IftB SWAN o at at before W of the at his in the chequer IttBer LbhUotff pnMUint to i Bccrce ioTlbe Ju a Canto entitled UOLDEN against A Leasehold at in Swto md bujWiugm belonring held by lease for m ttftaof iBd atnr IB the ocenpation of HsMelUFurther i and ipaybe the Cham jets of the aaid Deputy tlra Excheqoci Office aforesaid 4 Staple Inn of Morpbyfted on the PreniUOB a the in Car and J be SOLD bj PRI VATE a neat detached substantial ffrfck excellent foil gar gref eniall neeesaary in cludinf the seven of situated in the pleasant village of the county consistsof entranceball or brealcfast store the gronndfloor three and light closet or dressingroom Bbir Jvrttfc isVtto wThr wasbhpuse and coasinting of three feave1 6een recently moth Hippoved nev hber with a The whole preniUes bareuttoergduea couiplete Ueen and Lkre principal iwyf The wortliy tbe attention of a small fhi tier WrawiWcacA oeier partioidnfty tbe for a country places fcolifolifmbfe of tamag within two and tbe abounid held of tke oiidcr the Dean ami Chapter Of for a term 40 renewable according to the custutn if the naid and at eaminudiooa Plot of Ooond wliareon Newway Cbopel latvly 62 fbet m front t6 Kcw and mid on the average ti feet in bfSHfes a from the wliicbroay be built Byfielda SUHKEY Freehold and Muncr Tobe a rnlrablc tKEEUOLD consisting of a large and commodious Mansion in good cooreiiiept and fall hot Butt extcusire fall of and of SOOacres of valuable dividci into four and the tylhes of afarni ailjowiiug tUc This Estate is situate in a beautiful and ronumltc pajrt of the couuty of is very though only 28 miles from Lon A of the MausioB maf have a Iu For Particulars ai ply to London or lo Attorney at Lawr Letters to Tavern aud aud md re Bnectable PUBLJC be DISPOSED OF by PftlVATE mtbin 2j from moat and ptoaiantly at a Tbe Pcemiaes are substantially in good re recently a hvge eum of money thereon coot O a spacious dining and aipacious well fitted uphar and to a tftllresorted that might be let off being erected for that purpose to a great handsome ball and nuembly commo dious and cheerful and a vai irty of cenveauut larpc and good tea treatly hid and fitted up With and commoOiuus fur separate amd fKnctd off together with yard stabling in Tbe whole well tipprODriated to carry on HP ex ten sire the increasing neighbourhood only must always insure fall Jaily at the and fftm ItsJottg hd reputable ia bushiew mnit render it worth oT tliose who can command about apart of which will lie if The returns in arc cviai from nine to ten buys per and m other profirstTjo nuiberoiJiio mention in Cards of Address apply Red Lion Holbonif the Black near the Elephant aud Cattle j or of Mr and and useful in tlje totuniand of Portuguese torps with which he was detarhed from this Brfore the battle of the 2Sth of JirFy he hnJ pushed his parties to gates of which city he was in communication and he would bate been iu if I had not thought ifproper to call in expectation of that general action which opk nu aSLli alarmed tiieaiv riylic afterwards of aiTuy and throughout the fer himself to be an and intcllig well acquainted with Hie connti in which he and possfObMtitr the cofilideace ettbe troops which he Being persuaded tbat his retreat was in acted The prcaebt occupier on no other accoiiut but from a ctdftned FROM THE tONDQyrGAgtetf 9 cd which ihe foUowiag are ana were this rlay received at the Office of Viscount one Ofilkis Principal Secretaries frerrf Viscount August 1 MY LORD I wrote sofne days ago a letter w French Cbnitnfln3er It Cnrcffwhich I sent by to re quest his care and attention lo the wounded officers fcffisftrtr md fallen his far ili and attcnthrh to the French And soldiers who bad fallen jnto nty lands at different rimes and that he would tllow money to be rtnt to the officers and hat oflrcerft shouM not dfedte prL of War tbight Be sent Euperiotend ud take cire of 3ie they should ecover from their the ofticers hould be gent the British I re cdVed a Very cifil atiswer frtJrS Marshal Mor A i it it i T Id bq ritish but prodiisihg that every care J wounded that he ooirid not Upon the tither det rnwirls In wy havtcg been them tj the Gotninander in Since tbe receipt of Auuttttut Coinmlwary has arrived rodi taken brlsoqef ear Cevplla on the 27th of previous to oWi sbly tocome e that are are doing retnaik are fedand of he breferjrbly the French to send Colonel anotbet ag truce tgmetrow and ft letter the t right in taking roil he with which he was vvell artpiainttd uid ttrrsnccessfu in the uction he fnught vvbicii may vvell he aivuiiifjd by thesnue Yior nuaifers and description ol the tncinys the action iu my durs inm I have the honour to Signed Mirnada de hsve the innour to acquaint tdat I was on march yesterday morning on rhe road of Gienadehu from Aldea to restore my dommuuicalion with rhtallied when a peasant assured that trly whicli we uerceivd in the mad cf from the thsr h body of tht 1 imrfiediately rttnr nl and took post in Iront of witrr my in of suih points for defence ai theeAignry ef l iv tiiire pef ativarfefettom tfe and drove ttfj but a pirtfOetofSpaniab had pwuied in oir Stfeifdy aflid welldirected firfe that wounded many The 260 ihfantry wadvuiice of the direction of Cotoniel mailitarn their rintil the eatery aod chasseurs a c on both 4Bftm df raoney wfcich I Bhall sierid fflay giyep to the pjficers I to eatuyish cartel of exchange Jat I have the honeaf VUconnf TVlx I train D the 3d instaxitj with a view to oppose reachcorps which we bad heard frroilgh the Pvrertit de and ifid t Sir Robert Wilson was pon the left of toWards Escdlona nd before on I put risn IQ conraJButcation Kitfi the Gene ral wholt hd been icttled to re main at I uiderijOQd iBat General Questsput Sir Robert in communication with adtxnced which retiree froni Tala of Sir Robert Ttll dro at VaUda till tlie ofthe hefying ft feng march ftbrf tfien from tbe bridae of Arzo crpsB the higft TOOT ftprfr Oropesk Ta of which the vfa3 iii E that he rwis too Jate to retue to irzo to move by Umta 6U3 towardsthe and across that river towards the rnouo separate of Srr Robert WilsohS aispatcfies har ts not pware Jjv which of but t Bauw OH thxs waa at and defiMpJedhyihe French corps oTKa r wtttroed tvfcet they tvtWobliged to The mys cheval carwlry 4n great numbers in and pushed to cut Off the posted between ufa aridBafiObr by the steady cou dnct of officers thfe enemy coutd only advance wtth a verv stvere low from the commanding fire thrown on The Merida havmg given way on the a road was laid which cut behind our and I was obliged to order a tetreat on the heights above when I was figain necessitated to de tach a in order to scourthe road of Monte Maj by which I saw eutmy di recting a arid which road turned alto getlier the Puerto de a league in oar Don CaiTns Marquis de Estrague carnenp of light and the most gallunx took post along the heights coinnantlinff road oj which enabled me to tend sorte of the Mefida battalioTl on the moahtaiii on oar Itft the inuin roads aud the tried to The batalioo pf liglu tlie detachment of the legion on its ene mys fitt of artillery to main tain but at three colunuis of the eirerny moiliitwi height oi our gained pouied such fire on the troops below that longer defence was ond the whoje was obliged to on the on open the snain alnnt which a considerable cohinVD of itamerhately The battalion of Sevi he liad been left tBejar with to follow iay but when 1 was obliged to tiie action ordered it to Puerto io watch the Monte Major road and the heights la the redr of oar Wuerf the ru an djagoons called out ftlie Comitrairding a volley and the to uiount the heights iti whTch mdveiflcut it Was artncked and surrounded bj a ctkljijiiu aiuTa cobjtua of way and eiored killing a great rbany rf es pecially of his The1 fenemyis to great lion j I I could ino Longer ftrrest his pro gress but enermous of tlie enemys and that we bad no that the Puerto de Banos ort the us nnt strength as off the side without that n rcMjtaiire for nine wjiicb must tiie e jiemy a great many will nat be jnafiequute to otrr I have to tne ser vices rendered me ori this occasion ty Colo nel Major Don Acjjutmpt Major of the i of Captain Eoiruan uul to express tfte greatest approbatioc ot two com paniesof the Merida m and of the Commanding Ain sol diery the battalions of aid the Portugnese I have ril6 distinguislitd conduct o Don and his battalion merits the I haye not yet been ajjlc to collect the re turns of our From tlie nature of moun tain many missirtr rwiiiot join fora day or tivo but I believe the enemy will only have L to that he achlcvtrd passage and his kilted and nouuded be great diminution of the I have the honouiytd iloBERT Sir ufUf f moved Iiisheadtjuariers fiotn the oetghbonrbood the Bridge of Arco mthe night ofthe 7th to de in ftdrflucetl   

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