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   Day (Newspaper) - September 13, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHEI ANU ENGLISH CHAPEL i Mvtmg of all the Friends mil be held at lite Freemasons stvrn oclock in the Evening pre of II who re interested inthe I uefiil Establishment is earnestly J Tlie which is i was opened ilu June ami has been and i it DONALD Cl Il PLIC offers for Sale a quantity MilKS and PORT and it uf me estates of his own family la Iunteia and he is enabled to wuiihv the of be maJe to Samuel Cor miiirl Two Hiitinclies of VEJJT Uy UFA Professional Cook or if tent out per anil and near the iii ilns day dresi a fiue jrrcn Turtls n one haunch at half past Two Cargoes of Turtle I urtlr ami Venison everyiiay wanted of any size or i i Kl of tlie Poor of this M for thrir will require his constant snper 3i toss years of of good inaut wiih and of nn A married provided he has him nud a person wfiohu oc i nndwha w capable of intiiroduc and of otherwise increasirg the Guardians will A if of the Female Pau i be constantly resident in the In wil be provided wilh board ami jm for n he will be paid i but will mt be allowed to re nur The Guardiara election of a on i brr at six oclock in the evening in the and will fiom November Ae fid until Easter lion Easier Mill afterwards annually in An nf Any person who for the mnst address a i in their particularly and referring to nt least to attest their on or to be left at the Office of iik to the in Hoxton ii liu in the mean time give any which may be required And all the attend upon the Guardians j i v ioted fur the r of the Guardians of the CitANU HUNDRED to be clividid between the Public in One Shan s arc liv at his late Paitner with Sir JAMFS iisar the Only ond evti y nt t the following Capital Prizes were liy EVION 500 500 1iizeof Tickets SjOOO riiT I NEXT Juiiit Contractors with Go i the pitsent STA1 E re vnn tlt Public thniTICKFTS and SHARES it their lj iiainig and No il Aldgaf i Si tinae n tliis Lottery is entirely l nrrircd the most unqualified approba taly Nuralwrii in the ant in Onr the SOlh of 105 Ccpiral PrUrs uiust be distii 8 of I 2 of 5OO I i Pi zet uf as presfiitf the before ol prininf the immrnM o or by jurchnK of Oo ami CHARING BlMl in Irave to remind the Public ui s 1 ATE LOTTERY begins and finishes 5 h NEXT MONTH 1 LOTTERY that will be drawn THIS I i Si roc is perfectly highly approved TI it kuown the more it is admired of 4 Prizes of 8 1 uf will bedecided th pincliase is wbiUt Tickets lud m great Taaiely at the above 1KKSONS in the COUNTRY the same u if by or carriage accompanied with Hunk or Post Office to iinfk in or V to oT r are heretmto r iinfully surveyed and valued tlje CTectl Free Plotted Prizcsin the Third the separate value of each to I PAYNTER THOMAS aid THIS will put up to Public at the it fivefar iii for account of the 290 pieces Russia 5 firitaWias and 216 Rouaiis and 60 fcct ISO 4 1 4 bundles 3Crown 31 6 bales Spanish IjnjbB W l Saxony T 3 Sworn o Months icuteel at at HTTHE LEASE of a rery comfortable and gen JL teel being on the East side of of which 36 yemn and a half will be auexpired Michaelmas at the mode rent of 45 gutacas per The House contains bur airy and light with two draw two coonnuni rnimg by neatly papered and fitted up with veined marble front and back and bror vunltKjinrtH and a sung Freehold with at A Very valuable and desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE comprisinr those on the Ivorth aidv of formerly occupied two distinct but no laid into which possesses a frontage of 37 or and contains four rooms ou efccli of the upper wirb two aJidr aflat co vereirwitb The and iuiiuediale possessiun may Eligible Leasehold and Dwelling A DAMSON and on the at by rcctioo of the Trustees of Wholesale tuid Retail and A LEASEHOLD and comfortable DWEL 1JNG with attractive howfronted WBTchouSe mud most desirably situated and calculated or the pre sent or any retail business held for an unexptred term of about 31 at a moderate On the same aod following days wilt be t lie valuable and prime Stock in consisting of several hundred dozen of and Tu Leatlieisellers aud Slop Boot and and ADAMSON aud on the 45 and This and following at by direction of the for the Benefit of the THE extenaive and valuable prime Manu factured STOCK iu of Wholesale and Retail Boot andS4ioemaker coosisting of about JOOO pair of and other pair of and childrens shoes of looo pair of neprocs The stock of leather SiO shoe hides aqd fortipn mid and neck 60 mens and womeue Hessiah calf black and a quantity of uteful To at bis R upon iu St at ABOUT Twelve useful goodsized POST from constant employ oft the Bir mingham Road three light wellbuilt the of a person retiring from bu To Wiueand at at nnH E LEASE oftix spacious archedVAULTS with occupying tiie basnnenl three very desitably siroate m two doors of late in the occupation Wine and The Vaults are fitted with various wilb water Inid or and are eligible for any wholesale or retail dealer in tht Wiw and Brandy trade held for an term 01 years and half from Michaelmas at a rent o per Forfeited Mr at his No Clements This and following AN extensive and valuable Collection of UN REDEEMED consisting of gotr and metal many of them makers of re an excellent aasortment of pictures musical and mathematical linen and black and white ladies and gentlemens apparrl table ancf bed feather beds and and a diversity of other Third and Fourth Sales uf the beautiful late Residence of Earl By This und following at is each io to be taken ALL the costly elegant mahogany doors and ornamented with luokmggUss diamond best plate mod crown glass clean batten deep joists and girders of 3i ton of handsome marble immense quantities of alaUa and a fine old Ro man entablature ra handsome paving stepK and apd numerous other Grand by a Twowneel Chaise and and otlier FLETCHER late ElKs JOB the 84 Leadenhnll near at THE neat tad genume HOUSEHOLD fnnSifBtTflg dimwimrroom m4tein ehjnu K r BEAUTIWL greatest BleaiisH to finons and Am BERTS RUJUSeVrfe hnmed brtely by of Business ia the to make had giwth on the usual terms security can be LEASEHOLD iii the tncinity of New be by PRIVATE by tialbuilt DvVELLINO every convenient fit for the immediate reception oif a Dress or any other genteel tlie PremlKes are contignotu to nnd arctiektfor term of go at a low rent hare been recently rf pairedmd ud are now in exeellonl Particulars aud Tickets for viewing apply to New Bund ftreet TO near be SOLD by PRIVATE CON a newlybuilt SPORTINGLODGE the most romantically andl happily situate for on the banks of by a sfcreen of mountainhodhi Jti and envi roned by a of so acres of rich and fertile mea A right of sporting over an immense tract of intertMled by wfcich abound wUh and the land with gronsev black particnrarly suited te a keeu the Lodge possesses every requi site and is appropriately fitted the eKterior offices are composedel stabling and kennels for twenty brace of witfi a stream of water passing through and convenience for their for the furtherance of a Sportsmans and in ererv respect the most complete ktad ther oily be known of Barry New AN advantageous DISP03 ED the LEASE and flXTOKES of a HOCSE and SHOP in the Chandlery anil Coal many years established with and now doing a good The Premises consist of roomy wilha good en a convenient and handsome with an inclosed recea for a large and a with every and six good rooms the wbule in good repair per year more than rent and taxes mads by good lodgers go years lease uoejqired subject to an aid rent of further Parti curars of Black Hone and Borough Nags Ox fordstreet or TqtteuhAmcourt rotd tt will take bbont to purchase the whule tbifurniture of rooms This Day is iu price FACTS and OBSERVATION Son the Pre and Method of Treatment in Pol raonary By JOHN of BrascBose fur and Faternosterrowj London and R This Day is price the Fourth Edition PROGRESSIVE adapfcd to the Eton Accidence for fie written or repealed whilst Buys ore learning the Nonni aiid To which are a few jof the most with Easy lo teach Boys to construe or translate ftom the for ami and and and J This Day is infive with an Atlas of the ds and odwr JsVps of the price A VIEW of comprising a descrip tive Itinerary ofvfltcfc and a general Sta tislical Account of rhe Country including ita aud Finances its Civil end the Slate of ihe and Literature its Natural ITE for and Paternosterrow and Dulnn Co THE Proprietyr of the Warehoijses most re spectfutfy acquaints the Nobility and the from an excellent attd jiidiciOBs plan of the Surveyor ini rntendant of the nlthonjK the upper part of theTTttensivt and the Furmttire Warehouse on the first floor hare been taken the Warehouseon the grouau1 and undergroundfloors are aud for some time continue entire Ihe remainder of tte immense aod valu able Stuck continues to be sold worth the atten tion of people in and also ftnrities purchasing for large or small Ladies Or Gentlemen making or Meicbants bnyint for will India apd Gold and Silver Muslins at pe culiar with Arabian aud Silk ditto and he most respectfully begs to inform the Nobility and the arrangements made for supplying the establishment with a new ond magnificent Stock is of the roost extensivedc script ion and be pledges himself to make the Warehouse a depot of fashionable and family that shall iu degree merit the continuance of that high aud dis tinguished patronage with which he has been honoured and he thkts the opportunity to inform and the Pur either in this or have sets of Damask Table I witk their atms richly looms purposely made at tfae veyom of Linen to other made to ornament manufactory in As the is selling and many of the articles at near 50 Jier under prime cost all goods bought must be paid for before TJbe perfectly free of accesrby carriagen Ofping at tne commeucemeotof thetemporary colovnade FEOM THE LONDON gtb Regiment of Light Cornet Thomas Sbaw 1o be by rice wbe 47tu Ensigns Edward from tbe William Ciris topher Irvine and John to 6e Ucnte nants vice Thomas Nubie vice Willjaro Henry vice George rice Grtorge vice William WKen aie vice and Captain Ralph from the Army to bp Captain of a vice 64th Andrew Half frotu the 631 to be without 67th Edward Deapard Palmer to be Cap tain of a without vice Pen ap pointed to the 95th Foot Ensign Thomas from ihe 8th Garrison to be vice Palmer Robert to be vice 6Sth James from the 8thGarriaon to be who 74th Samuel from the North Uvwn to be Henry Fletcher to be Captain of a vice Major James Macdonnell to be Lientenant vice Major General 8Sth Juhu Whittle to be Captain of a vice decenseil Hacdonald to Captain of a vice deceased En signs Thomoi vice Jason vice and Geofiry vke Mactlo to be Lieutenants Ensign John from 7th Garrison vice vice H and vice to be 90th Ensign Robert Allison to be without vice appointed to the inuth Foot EiiTign William Laing to be vice appointed to the 33d Foot Thomas tij be vice Allison to be rice Laing Joseph Gent to be lOothReginient of Francis from the 90th to be uithwut Royal Ensign William Edwards to be vice deceased John to be vice Chasseurs de Tournefort to be Captain of with temporary vice Du promoted Ensign Desire Uunef to be Lieute vice Tournefort to be 7tb Garrison George to be vice appointedslo the 88th 8th Michael Gould from the6sth to vice who exchanges James to be vice promoted in the 67tb Foot Nova Scotia Henry Augustus to be vice promoted in the gad Deputy Commissary of AccompJs Iaurence from AssiitantConinnssaries William and John to be Deputy Commissaries to the Forces ActingAeiistantComuiwsaries William Samuel and Buchan Fraser to be Aisiitaat Commissaries to the HOSPITAL John Henry Francis and to be Hosprtal Mates for General Richmond to be Deputy BairackMasrer in Great vice BATSKKTPTCT John of James of linen to and at at Fenchurch Jeremiah of Frome and at at tlie George Frome Gilbert Frome Selwoud and William of Goldcn 13th John to be par vice 2fd Aleieuder from the Royal Veteran to be without prir vice promoted m Ike tight fijti 1st Regiment of Foot from Watterillei to be without from the n TS to se E ISth Eosigtl JSmsie Carter t withoat vke w ho 17th Easign Edward Austen to be without Irice promoted vVinimm to be rice IQtb Second ThHip Casby from the ad to without gist Robert to e Second Lieu wrtbont vice 98th Enaign Manky to be tice Jokn be En vice 33d fioni tie Jarues Be by i to be Qowter of at Thomas Hare of Lambs at st Jeremiah of Hunting at at the Littleton Arms Thomas of Pem at at the Bufh 6 William of gro at at bull I Henry Mercer and Joseph of mer at at the Golden Heury Grundy of GraysInn at at James John and John of Upper wholesale at at of at at Dempsey and John of at at the Bush Richard of Little coalmer at at the Oxford of at at Benjamin of tobarco nistj at at George of South at at the Queers H John Davis of Qxft at at the Kines Michael John and Elijah of at at the Crown and An John Owen Parr and Thomas late of at at CERTIFICATES Heury of of of PauPs trunkmaker of Spencer ef Thomas of of Thomas ttfcnard of Raper and WUliam of High TieartorBg Murray and William of surveyors of and John Ayrey of sur Price Higgins and Nutbnn of JonjgHigham and John of Tykjsley Churchill and William of Cropland and Samuel of Wane Taylar aed Hatmab of Jenkins Sberwiu of Crosby and Jehu of brewers Sninidge and James Among the contemptible and frivolnos procla iBrtionsvwiach the French hare or and divert ihe Spanish peoplefrorrl the ptrlbrnmnce what fhejrinave sifrorn to do by devotingtheraselves h bphalf pf their libeity aud we TicHie tobe compared with that which has been lalely circulated through Cutalonia by MarsbaJ recently sent by Buonaparte to take the command in that faithful Expressions so ideas so wretched and could only proceed from the pen of freebootersj who in order to insult the to cover thek with the cloak of It us if Augereau treated the Spaniards like savage in holding sucii a purposed by means of it to gain the ear ot the into whose towns hS sent it by secret we will publish it en and without that Spaniards may find in it occasion to despise the Apostle of and deride his at the same time that we bewail the immense evils wifh which he has every where marked his administration and the robberies and assassinations which are so frequently repeated in this unhappy PROCLAMATION DIKE Of I am come in the mitlst Majesty Ihe Emperor of the lreiich and King of Italy has given me command in I know you and Jove Seduced by perfidious unhappy victims and blind instru ments ofa Ihe enemy of fiaucet ami many aud many uf your brcilneu are te iu pro longing a the issue of which coulil never he doubt They deny ami rejerl ihe benefits anil favour which august Sovereign provide aud is anxious tosbniver open them an hero whom Heaven in ts bene fur the ftlicity and glory of Spam and thu the here of Franre loves and rstrems you his virtuous heart requires anH neeis your frlic who granred to Napdleofi his invincible gave hinj at the same time liU gnodnessand tender Napoleun sighs over your urHirt ons he htia a pa ternal and as such suffirs uvnthe terrible blows which are inflicted UDOH and which will be inflictel sUJl more upotfyou hy his formitlible if you delay loug in hsteaug to the voire of and coDtiune in your fatal Lay asideuseless false lore and a criminal arming against a Kinf is truly pa the august brother of the initates Heaven against which pive him to you in his Abandon vain illusions God protects Cod walks ftith covers and shades him with his and enchains victory to his triumphal Brave Spaniards Europe is submitting and surrendering I know and yon have to I have you arid when ydu you will find in me a and your ball he sacred for Errors nurlAnlts thatl mode may be secure uf our liii but let perfidy feif and But tbe evil ho blow iiprhe flames if strall metl wita no Tlie lightning is ready to on their Erring retnm to your re your lalwiirs and useful quit the sword once more thcplougr in your hamls cxnne and cultivate iu peace and repose the inheritance of your fuiueia ImjUu been too long deserted and yt faithful come and receive the happy fniiti and rewards tf our Join yunr voice to rail to those unhappy wretches vour brethren who artled astray tell m that we lovu that Napoleon ill furvtet their errors and thpir and that jour fttii ity will Lie con stant object of hi concern as your parent tell tlirse wandering that they will evcr me ready lo csrry their cries to the foot of thai Monarchs whois the friend ot tiuth that they on the protection of our formidable rebels and tbe ill however will ever be the defenders of the faithful citizen an will avenge ofTfiices committed against thtm tell thorn at thte same and above all mat mercy has its li at the clay uf wili A powerful army disposed throughmitynur a formidable army is and woe to hiui that shall riare to resist me for 1 shall thentearken only a just a most just of you will es cspc a terrible Saiajossa is yet and ye towns of whe darf ta follow its be hold its its July Sarajossa is but its ruins will be ever the opprubiiuni of your and a sublime example of to the Iirave You have in auother Saragossa behoM its MINUTES OF DATED AUGUST AND TAKEN OX A PEASANT GOING TO AT BY A tTBTACHMKNT SIR WILSONS ORIGINAL SENT ON TO THE GENERAL A Morwieur le Colonel Governeur Yon will give directions that this letter shall be forwarded with the utmost expedition to his and you will send me your corps About it was between Candelario and ilia If from your town you move column of 1000 attack they will be compelled to I communicate to you the brilliant action of theeth at We took from the enenry 30 piecesof 4tt tumbrTls with and 600 besides a great nflmber The Roywl Carbineere and Corps de Garde were tut Send car your whicb sliall be paid for in ready mo ney and also send me news from Sala it Signed DUKE OF orders that you sent me are The Dike of arrive tomorrow at his and which liave come out of Cmriad Rodno mil be I hare the irrtontion of Ciudad If your sends me five corps the Duke of Ek this way I wl11 attack Marshal Berestnrd s which is now between AlmwOa and Ciu by news now be tween Perales and and ot tlie same number of and 4000 Spanvards if is to be itmust be done with the greatest expedition because otherwise the effect the victories at Talaveia and Arzobispo will be It is probable Vanegas bus already passed SJerra Blortna vand in this the 2d   

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