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   Day (Newspaper) - September 14, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED AT SIX SEPTEMBER vtiv Jlst niil of the SUBSCKI i V held this day Lfq in tbc Cbair I and orhcr Subscribers to tinKrpnit of the Committee of a il i ling of the Subsci ibers to i and huving considered umifhjThai this Mrclinjr fed it incnin tu tinPatriotic ot 3 IIIT Ci Consuli ii rrrd iVimi t he stock belonging as fulher contnbutiou HM Ill I IlStll tliiit I lie I hnnks of this Merting AH fi his in the Iu i and Sabscribcrs i In satitfactiun of having nUf tinPa 11otic at tbc com feel themselves justified in rrcoinnundinit tbis lau Institution to the support of their HUP nt the Jam time to call their atten I Male public for which tbc I i ihcroluur of our Defenders tf the Naval Force of the nrd the gallant exploits of British nrs ultimate which the an i of British have deliverance from a luomeut making the most heroic transcendant efforts of valour dis v v ho hare and by the brave fnen in the Cause of our mi ot tucse it may sorely jtncrons impulse and of real ccneral induced nil laulaMc endeavour tne iirs will be found stilVilijye to their iiil tliat BO long as the present ih British Seaman and the Brit is li i knlly that those who are mi iu tli event ofhis falling in uuil Guardians in a grateful Chnirman PATRIOTIC August Vmmittee for managing the PA I iC llN D have great satisfaction in laying IVblic the Rtsulutious and Address of thr i passeel unanimously a General il ihi iv this day and they cannot but ex as the truth force of the scnti body most be uhiy of their example will be geaerally Bv order of the J 1 18371 irf Jnl Co THIS A Copyhold with and at Gtrra A Very desirable COPYHOLD Brickbnik with good and a fine together 19 with large and exten sive ontbnildiugB consulting gf a roomy stables pleasantly iituated a Tery bealtby a short distance from the sw mites a fasjf from equally calculated or fanner spa cious hornefirall with immediate A Leasehold with Immediate at at Substantial Brickbuilt with walled well stocked and The huvc lately been put into a thorough state of re and are well calculated for a constant being cheerfully situated the corner of and within three walk of Shepherds Fields con siting of a good dining spacious four principal and three second ditto most convenient kitchen and pantry on the groundfloor with plenty of hard and soft aud ample dry cellarage held fora of which 18 years are at a low 1recbold and Copyhold and a Rick of Mid at at in FORTYTWO Acres of FREEHOLD MEADOW with good Dwelling and twentytwo acres of situated at in the parishes of Stan more and in the county of Middlesex the whole in the occupation of Mr Richard tenant at will j the Linds arc in a high slate of and part of the Freehold admirably adapted for building being in a very pleasant part of tlit and in a re spectable neighbourhood and the roads very and only eight miles from two from and two from a Rick of 35 SALES BY THIS To and others hone power Steam Chocolate Coffee good Household Diid other Mr ou the Pn mises at ALL the EFFECTS of AS TER and quitting the Premises comprising B capital twohorse power and iron choco a quantity of use ful timber uud aud and other iron glass casw with shelves also a qOiiitity of Household Furniture of a Gentleman de removed for the eonwnience ofSale consistirrgof tent And other with handiornecotton good and commode chests of mahogany dining and other mahogany ether handsome Brussels and otjicr castiron Pantheon and other and other vhich will be sold without UNITED large By at bis Auction tbc SuUlhwest corner of Lincolns at six pre NCJSEAT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE comprising fourpost and with neat cotton pi hue and mahogany drawers large prints and a quantity of and a variety of other which will be sold be 105 i Uuke of i P t 1 Ni reerivfd at the Bar of and by tUr United Si 21 62 50 Stock of at Great New at THE remaining Part of the STOCK TRADE of Working m Bankrupt comprising fashionable barreUhape gold and fine Oriental bead aud silver necklaces aud and a variety of useful at Fiusbury HULL aud their near Brown BIX yei old by out of a fullbred likely to rauke a complete being a very temperate and is a good ijj G and quar at Household Plate Grand Thoroughbred Live the Preperty of the Right Hon Y ortufw removing to Lord SPENCER SHARP and Worting near ThU and following and exceptrd TjrkTTCTHrU n TIE costly and very elegant HOUSEHOLD consisting of rich scarlet and mahogany Pembroke and elegant mahogany Fmsbury By their near Fiosburys PAIR ot Bay CHARIOT one by the other by Whiskey shew a great deal of with superior aud ore eood to ride a Bay by dum br a perfect and good roadster tle whole are the property of cue Geutleman having no fur ther occasion for CamuoKs dJsavowal of MrErskine in the case ofViis arraagtnnents with this created no little cousteruaUon America was quite for such a disclo sure destruction of one of her cities could not have caused more When it was re ported Efbkine had acted contrary to his in aird that would not counte nance what he had every ones lookspour trayed not knowing whether the Ministry were to or whether the blame restedwholly with Some persons were a little more reasonable than but ttye generality exclaimed loudly against the conduct of the British days it was very unpleasant for a native of Great Bri tain to walk in the Frequently in passing any of the groups at the corners of the where small partieb of ten or twelve persons as sembled for the discussion of their important I have heard many of them in an illnatured that man is an Their anger has somewhat abated but at one time we were apprehensive of experiencing the like confusion as prevailed when the Chesapeak frigate was fired when it was almobt at the hazard of an Englishmans life if he made his ap appearancein A M The Baltimore Paper of this goes so far as to that Smith concluded the treaty with Erskine before he saw in and allows to have acted with out any attention to his This may be a inisstatement yet we are very much inclined to believe thinking that our Government could not have acted so It has always been that Erskme leans By the disavowed of the Untish tlie order of Apnl last comes into operation in lieu of the orders of Jumituy uiid Now the order of although otherwise represent d in most of the public prints will be found even more rigorous and oppressive to our trade than the preceding Under these the irett trade between the United States and the Colonies of the enemies of and from the United States to the continent of Eurrfpe through a British aud the transportation of Anjerican cotton tiirough a British to enemies uuder certain were By the order of April they with trifling The principal trade authorised with the Continent by tins order is to the ports of the no doubt by for the express purpose of obtaining naval supplies through American a trade which will be likfly to be us soon as it is seen to have the and in dependently of this would be of very little value to but a small portion of our produce would there find a Be this the Order allows a trade to the ival Southern parts of computing Naples and a part of the territory of the the whole of but inconsiderable compared with the ports of Genoa and Leghorn in the Northern part of with which nil trade is To this may be added a trade to cer tain parts of Spain aud dependent upon their possession by which how too trifling and to be of much value to Lnder this view of the the arrangements made with at tended by their recent will be found to operate a mere the emollient le nitives of the Order of May 24th to the con trary Washington Intelli By un the Old street near at THE STOCK TRADE of a Bedstead and the House and Business cousisting of about aoprime jrew four post and coachtop and some with furnitures two good work benches and aftout 80O feet of good quar mahogany some of three Two pieces of passage family watch and sundry other aud Public are VOR AT PRINCESS OF WALES i that this Vessel tfif Ril T ffiorniiij ia a remarkably fnst has vlition anil is not conueotrd with us or is nt the Gun and wi stuffed iu red brilliant Brussels aud other rich elunU en y other stable prime goose feather and Copyhold Huntu near by direction of the of BESJ A MIN Tt A Very desirable and valuable COPYHOLU ESTATE conHrising a comfortable FAMILY with and and excellent meadow of Ughtful a little towards and was anxious for a During the lat Sessions he invited on his house several of the Members of after they had introduced the subject of the late happy termination of their countries One of the company went so far as to ask whether he thought what had been dwie would be ratified by his Govern It is said Erskioe that they could not do for England knew the value of American friendship too well to disap pove what would add so much to the happiness of both uationrl and he could assure them of her good knowing that she considered this country of vast and wished by all for a There will be much difficulty in persuading this Go vernment to accept of any terms matenaly dif ferent from the arrangement which has already been although it be owned by that he wa aware of Erskme s pro ceedings being It is the general r W nnt VO O t j THE ISLAND OF The following are reasons and statements in support of the opinion that it is not in our ta for any considerable possession of Waltheren is separated from by a channel not wider in some places than about threequarters of a through which a ship of the line cannot a frigate or a bnjr can not work in it at low water and even a is in danger of being That part of the channel about sevenmiles of the between Terveer and lu some it is about or between two and three miles but it narrows considerably towards Along little only separated from nous antique DTUUK and right George V Neat HousrUold day capital and follow rA Eagle in A Hope ami A Gentleman having more than be is inclined to Viiii for HOIVC or Eagle Fire Office Old Royal VN1 2 to on Mortgage1 ofl of ralue in tbe counties oflMiM to apply to to be particulars Ihp Coach and I a genteel COUNTRY KESI 1 situate m the i ahont seven miles from the CP and romantic 11H furnished in a neat and urn taWe large t 1 v be viewed by TicTcets c be had of I I in the vicinity uf including larje Mitti a and wcllfimsliea H particularly for tbe consideration h at a mJeratc m a most complete immediate possession may nlars apply to Noyeau of fashionable extensive library ing at Sic 01 e M ana able compming some thousand tbe tot a veVy larje and of bound comprising mihoEny music complete WOrk8 unt and with chintz Paul abl best mplete WycIteT fcc rich Dresden and French in five and dead farming va t the materials of a capital iron turretclot Furuilure anil rf HOUsTHotD VuRNI JL comprising tent bedsteads cotton fur clean and a mahogany pier and carpets kitchen and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE the genuine property of will opinionthat JaCksbft bring matters to any reasonable J siaesa is quite at a exceptwgfthe sales not be able 10 Bu at of and chainuer furniture large glasses mahogany secretaire and two capital 8 and handsome French mahogany anrt japanned Pembroke and Turkey ton eightday ublebarreled and one single by a few tings and some fine od o about 40 lots of including Goadby s Illustration of Chambers and Johnsods Dic where a few goods aredispoaed but at considerable at a loss not You ere liave counta of the yellow fever committal but be under no uppn my for whenever ravages 1 will leave this As yet we have had but few cases but at a small village on Lone opposite to there have been several AH communication is consequence of the appearance of this received ao r its sad de hensions of do P and New at in Lets contains ATENT REFINED LAMP Sa per warranted to burn m al Patent free from any unpleasant and savme of Three answer the purpose of 1 limes per gallon ThU Oil is eBcctually refined by a emical for which a Patent is and re red only to be tried to bring it into general It is t wi imnrnvft hv JULY The following taken from the Washington In tellifcncer is considered as official S are the late Order of the 24 h of May that it may be of service dutmctly ements made by 10 qu now well four bed fining as lnr partit be in the most of the West RidhiZ of replete with rvery of the 6rst thorough a fa mil v with an extensive walled i inin ibe rcntreof 150 acres of Land the of excellent con i MO muket and and to two SKSS hfr E i and forfurther apply to ami NEXT MONTH THE STATE LOTTERY will begin anc 1 fnJ the whole In One Four o OL Only Tickits of each by wWcn A Prize Three By Two and other in Nr Iliree Plznki and on Sale b and Gornhin and Lottery wUl be thii THE REAL BLACKING with half the mas elcvrn let tu House allowed immediate that Oil iu its raw state improves by re much as sugar or auy other raw Ml and any quantity to be had of H TITRK fSuccessor to tbe fate Flelt sirextji iear Spermaceti and Oils on the most reasonable variety of elegant Patent Lamps for every S Majtttyk Royal Letters granted to J New Bondstreet and i i Union his new improved 1 A order of with tVat without intxi light ever produced riety of elegant for all purpows Patent Lamps with atent and will for their simplicity and RoOou open at the greatest Tariety of eUgwjt the for the inspection the The arrang iris are not such as were arborised by Majestys or such as his Majesty can Here is an avowal by the British Government of an inflexible purpose bv time or either not to make a proper reparation for the outrage committed on or not to rescmd theunnaple of her Orders of the th of January and llth of relaxations of the old Orders in Councif are all coupled with one sweeping to wita withdrawal of protection from any vessel that shall attempt to enter any blockaded by any ot his ships of Is there not rcuion to fear that the whole of the enemys ports will in this way blockaded by a naval force altogether insuffi SLnt for the complete investment requisite to a ejal anftthat vessels leaving ports thus on thdr be winch is Walcheren by a natural that is fordable at low the distance across to Beveland is about threequarters of a At low water it is considerably very little wider indeed than the Thames at and not by any means The native sailors that is only five or six feet deep in several parts at low and it is only about a mile and u half in It foU that our naty cannot here afford any real security against the passage and it is that by merely thiowing few ropes across the black a few boatt might convey a large French force over in the course of H single It is aUo to be taken into that the setting in of the but rarely covers the must prevent the and indeed the continuance there of our small Tha ice is generally broken by the tide but are our brigs to be exposed to flakes of so drifted down a narrow channel Aud what in to be expected should it be entirely frozen Such have In 1788 and the ice was that several persons passed over to Beveland from which is our of the widest parts of the The has never been strong enough to bear artillery but a passage once effected by an the con veyance of ordnance would necessarily be accom With respect to the defence of the coast of in narrow by our erection of let us examine how the ariuraent will apply in the retention of the island the enemy can bring any amount of force he pleases into and construct batteries within range of the banks in our is it likelv that he will allow our working parties to d undisturbed in their operations We procee must in situate vesion the neat aud compriring handsome This Dav is in five the Road of and other Maps of the of SPAIN jcompming a descnp A ti seized on the high British and law of if il there would have been no reason for such a B 3 The Order professes to indemnify American inching and Eccleiij State of the JicalEstablishments the its F ALEXANDER PE for and not and wholesale No and UNLEYS ThU Day is in 4 price IE ADVENTURES of RALPH KEY containing Skelchea of Modern Charac and 4 By WILLIAM LJN The ways of dark and Ptrtatedwith and perpleicd with errors Oar understanding traces them Losl and bewildcrd ill tbe fruitless search sees with bos There the rftular coufusidp to avoid any their adventures under the arrangements ith u t w J befou on calculate upon a oioet harrassing waTfure in this Our troops and our boats will be exposed to perpetual The enemy may erect works wherever he deems We cannot venture upon any incursion into Beveland to disturb at least with the force proposed to be retained in Wal For how can venture to attack the from which our with 25000 have thought it prudent to may also that the whole of the Bou flotilla if be transported part meant for in Eng m tbe tWttbMt t i faL deposited in that w loane into the Scheldt by the canal of to co operate in the invasion of When we also consider the perpetual dram of money and supplies from this and the great loss ot lives thatHHist he made for retaining the we feel ourselves justified in anticipating the eva cuation of FRESH INSULTS AND DEPREDA TIONS UPON OUR The occasions we have had to complain of the successful audacity of the privateers t our trade in those very points aid pas where it should be most are fresh recollection of our We are again under the painful necessity of calling the atten tion of tbe Government te new humiliations ot the national aud repeated aggrewions aujmiStTaof exercised with impunity in a quarter where a few but mode rately and in a constant state ot ac would baffle the desperate   

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