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   Day (Newspaper) - September 15, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY At six PRICE N inT 01 WESTMINSTER ut their Royal Highnesses the of WALTS md Duke of CROSS L particular and positively fb Ins innch admired PEASANT1 mj thruugh ihe whole of bis Perform MIm First and for that Night only t principal Crussmao Mrmiu aud a New Comic PANTOMIME will be ao ln uf he he lud of Croesman at the Snrrey Nu7 Lam bet b and ai ltn Places fur the Boxes betaken Time I KJ I I uf and the Twu DATIS WESTMINSTER L iUnnRfof ibrir Royal the Prince and Duke of will be pre j iat variety of NOLVELLE PERFORM t iirti i EUUESTRIAN DISPLAY of ATSIMAL SA Further Particuitn i MiKiiii 13d ljuiibcth and tlie when II rtl oclock ot Governors ivill at Bride mi the 4th of October to receive in i any plrrsou wiiiiug to serve thu best Ox Pork at rota thmt day tc Tenders roust be delivered to Si or they cauool JOHN lltll jn onuMttit of Governors will meet at Bride dl on the day of Oc uext il ta Let on Leues for 61 tlie Eastside of ex un iud abuttiuf wterron art to be bailt ID tur the like bottoin aud Northwest Corser of Cinnamon are to be built 19 and may be Icuown by applying at tbe nicwtll between the boars of ten sod the biddings may be for building the or t pr uf ihr n4id huuses 4 but all most be left at ibe on 3d Octo uf Hit canooi be JOHN S a a ihe or COOK am W h recommended it pi u le at Oxfurd hi attended VW stLLINO OrF AT PRIME THE entire STOCK of uf retiriag from business uf an extensive assortment of mees and wo alt 4ose an immense stock of his silk with cotton per pair and opwaids great choice of cotton I Every description of A the whole is to be sold wilkoat sliopteepers and families will find this an eligible luiuiy tu make ail immediate The nf the vahiable to be disposed O U LET OQ for 21 Two ntae from nr one of the first with ruacli and snd and evsry other conve 1 nr dh let at moderate and low Pan If in tbe vicinity of be SOLD by PRIVATE by HA RUT a snbstan Luili DUELLING with every convenient fur the immediate reception of a Oreas jii titliu genteel Business the Premises are to Bum and ore held for a term of 90 I 11 i tuw rent been recently repaired and Ind trr IKIIT in excelleor Particulars and iTrUu fur apply to and Manor a rsluahle FREEHOLD a large ami comroodiout Mansion in fJu conrriuent and ib I fill hot and t extensive fulluf and upwards of uf nluable divided iato four and hilin uf fnrra sdjoining the This EHtateis iaii in a bmutiful and romantic part of the county of u rrry though only 98 from Loo o A purrharcr of the may have a quaniity uf iaDd if he Particulars arp ID Julm London or to Attnrney East to putt paid I Mon NEXT snd Joint witb Go for present STATE inform tbe Public m grent their Charing aad Aldgate 11 The this Lottery ia entirely hitherto received the approha sow N in the and Wr be Drawn in One thaaoth of next the following Capital PrUes must be 5 the fortunate a It of 1 i ihr iiifrrior Pi lies of f as 1uttrry alsp presents the never before rin the of gaining the immense or by the purchase of One and K1SH begs leave to remind tbe s STATE LOTTERY begins and finishes lilt JUtt NEXT il is ibe OJTLY lhat will be drawn THM Scheme is perfectly highly mure it it known tbe more it is ilH Pruei of of 8 12 of Te hole of which will be decided in OKI DAT tbere i purchase is whillt Tickets arid iniy be had in great variety tt PERSONS in tte COUNTRY Maybe tbe same as if by r orders post Or carriage Mcompmnted srith Bank ot Post Office to f Bishs Offices in or SALES BY THIS SCOTT informs the Pnb that th v Sate of the LEASE of the RES1 at Turn ha advertised arThi a POSTPONED till tlje 6lb on less previously disposed of by Private large ColUxtiun ol Forfeited Messrs at their Spacious Covent at IN excellent assortment of FORFEITED from of Berwickstreet consisting of and BKtal moden wd and a sortment of exceeding good wearing superfine Irish rilk and cotton table aad bo and variety of Canal By atGarrawavV at WILTS and Kennet and Hnd IVorcester and Birainghaat New Sob Thames and and RasinrstnVc Caoa at at A LEASEHOLD neat DWELLING with a light very well lnd in complete situate Little two rooms on a Boor in the lion of good from year to year j held for loni at a groundrent of per bctweeu Blackheub aud at at by order of tbe Trustee of ihe late witb tbe rTHHE LEASE of a very coromodions RESI A ra a select airy sittaa agreeably ele vated in fronting Green wich containing handsome dining and drawing four pleasant good and three very good domestic of awaited well detached coachhouse and stables in substantial with immediate pos Mion held for 11 and a at a low By at at by order of the r nud entire collection JL of late tbe property of RICHARD justly celebrated for his taste and judgment in the Fine comprising choice productions of the aud English schools part of the Household a gold Leaae and on tbe situate Wmon at by order of the Executor of ALL the near and genteel HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and comprising haadsome mahogany fearpost bedsteads and white dimity joose and the osoal as sortment of msbopany pier and chimney Brussels fine toned double uyed by scarce and valuable prints and a capital microscope library of comprising the most esteemed kitchen brewing sod other Also tbe valuable Lease of tbe and DwfUuv HOSHC beld on lease fortn term Of six at a low FELLOWES and MYERS will pat to Pub lic at the New York Sweetingt fur twelve oclock for account for account of the without the following RUSSIA and GERMAN LI laying in the London as described in the for home consumption or pay ment of duties v consisting of 33OO soo and 9000 800 10OD S30O psoo Spruce Three Months Furniture FLETCHER late aa on near tbe Caltrc and at by order of the rpHE genuine HOUSEHOLD FURNI JL and other of ABA BELLA j the furniture comprise onrpoat with cotton and damask very excellent goose and bed mahogany in doable and single of bureau and dming and BruRceJs aod Wilton an eightday and kite ben Neat HMBehoU Eight capital HowfingPieees Mr bii Guiit at npHE neat HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and property of a Gentleman removed from his QneenMraare comprUinrhaiidsMne mahogany andprear with chiatr featherbed and ctean anhogaiiy chest at and chamber large pier awl dreijin mahogany secretaire and two capita and jfandsoriie Freucl good mwbogany and japaatted ctiaira and Turkey and Wilton an doablebarreled and by a few good and tome fine old au glass abyo about 40 lota of loctoding Goadbyi Illustration of the Chambers and Johnson Ihc family Besidence atul HOGGART and at at rpHE late RESIDENCE of THOMAI JL delightfully situated in justly admired MaiebilL Greenwich t commanding a di versity of beautiful the Rarer and rich adjacent The BOOM forma a baodaome dera and nnneroua spacioms dining and with ounces ol every double and stabliag for eight lofty Vuit and abundance of toother iritb three incloanrra of rich miaduw containing al together about eleven wdlmpplied with excellent and early possession witt be Southampton and wt at by rlircptton of tbe A N elegant modern delightfully ihuatepear of the beautiful Hirer Ham bleV pleating distancefrooi the f from footeeaAvm andeleren from PorUmooth and la the county of the ate and property of JOBH The ROOM forma a hambwae com manrfmr a nobte pictnrewme riew of the lale of the and rich adjacent country been Bniabed in a atyle of fupenor and and of fine morning and rou and excellent attached of erery detached are ftabtioa for a doubje and otker poultryjard and TheHpnaeia nearly encircled by a handsome ornamented with timber and foreat art apacious productire with lofty metoiK a ralnable and a qoantaty of excellent and meadow and ior together about nineteen rtatute The Estate ia equal in ralne Copybold of Inhentancey the fine and The purchaser may be accommodated with a LeaseboW of about so and the elegant welladapted at a fair be with with may be rikjas to the of ton aud of Royal 4ND ITALIAN haported by New npHAT celebrated tWork by LABORDE JL wiled ITlNERAlftP DESCRIPTIF DE LES avee At fire par tknlariy aacml ta all Ofiieera going to Tnyage Voyage dan le Ty Mr le CJjtralier l adril other Voyagea and Langne et la Litterature Ocmupouatiena JDeatineea par Hro dea Connortaancea ne reaaairet aux Amatcora a Notice anr lea par De and a new worka on difieren branchea of DictMnnaire Riegea et Bataillet de tuna Anciena et Modernea junqni 6 rot CEurrea Dramatiquei rt Litterairea de De 6 Precia de 1Art Drarostique chex Ancient et chcs lea 9 rol with all the recent Pablkatiotu that hare appearet at Pamaao Pamaso and othe works in foreign To and DEALERS in Author of the History o Inland informs all Gen tlemen concerned in thai the few copiea unaold of the new edition of hja BtflLDERa PRICE BOOK may be bad of Crosby and Ludgate a tree the fifth price of L General Biatory of being a complete account of the Canala executed in England and also o ENGLISH Corrected and enlarged by uf Thin Day nan in emhellishrd with Cop price 6I extra on fine Medium coloured Price on Drmj with plain ENGLISH PHYSICIAN British Herbal ia now first addn 369 made of Britixh beiug the beat medics for disrascs incident to English Also a preaent for he fonniaf a rompleu Famih Pleaae to ask for Edition of Culpepcrs Herbal Printed Ibr Tater Iciior n V and by every To uud in Thia Day la the 19th corrected and 6s MAN HIS OWN FARRIER the Whole Art of Farriery laid Clatera recipea for the cure of every diiorder tare been drawu from bia Oirn as well as bis Unclei pr ical of npwaros of 50 in and Retford the increaaetl aale of the Utter oc tensive editions ia the strongest proof of its T which ia an containing the methods of ircparing and compounding all the and rt marks on the manner of applying for Crovby and Lon don and sold by all TO AND SHOPKEEPERS Phil Day was by Crosby and Stationers TABLES of accurately cast Cent from 1 to from l o 96 and I month to of from sih to s per 1 to for the pay ment of any given sum of per or THOMA8 a Lon don The in convenient sise or price in neatly printed on fine Colliuss Complete Ready Reckoner in ac curately calculated for any root one Farthing to one Pound to which is now of Com Expence per or and various and a List of Neatly printed on a Diamond cant on price or calf Printed on the finest price uniform with Crosbys Gazetteer of England and Crosbys Merchants and Tradesmans Pocket adapted to every Branch of and tions of of Agree and aod rwioos and and some thousand other important From the Antijacobin Tbis is one of themoat wanted and aseM Dictionaries we have seen the vast variety subjects it will be bund necessary and convenient be every tram the Peer to themenial Price ia Lnckbcka Practical Eng lish tor general With famifiar illustra tions on the natare of profit and Stenbomea Accountant at Edinbro new and extended of Interest and at all the usual per To which aTabU for Reducing a Complete Bendy and other Commercial Dedicated to the Governor of the and Royal Bank of Royal These Tabks appear auffideatly complete they are very and interest for a day to the 7300th mul of n and he an exacter jus tice than New and Complete Gasetteer of England and Wales j or oh fine royal 6Vi eoleumd an small REFJLECT1WJS ON THE LATE EX THE It will be seen from some ia the fol lowing that it WM writteo before thejn telligence of tpe surrender of Flashing the French Except as respecU this the general line of argument whicih through it u and corroborated by every thing thai has taken which Loodda on the con tternation over which the to hope of the success of the Expetiitiu could not The of tlie Eaglis Opposition Papers on this snbjtct appear t ue sufficiently curious to offer to oar readers At as at the issue of thi Expedition may uow be The letter which moment received from theNort of the zeal which is manifested ever where against the who fancied its coas without any means of have alread caused their speedy flight to be Th delay alone of their first attacks was a defeat They conldonly hope to succeed by a surprise or by They hare lost their nrst by thei thnid procrastination fdes lentturs They seduced but one and soon fouiu thousands of and the Frenc might possibly have been taken by an un expected but all the vessels ar now in safety in the Flushing ia vigo rously defended succours have been sent i under the cannon of the English ships i this fortress had yielded to an unforeseen attack it would have been a short and pro duced only useless The glorious epoc at which we live is far distant from the day when the enemy held a garrison in I they have now the power to they hav not to Their whole marine could no prevent Flushing from soon falling again intt the power of It is that the British Governmen with profound the opening o the and the cession of Flushing ti Pitt in the House of Com that if France were permuted to retain that maritime and commercial the1 might even abandon to her also the mouth o the Thames to which a favourable wind migli in 24 hours transport a French pre pared with security in a vast so well pro tected by art aud But victory ne secured this fine conquest to France which the political faults of Pitt contributet and which all the genius of his successors wil never take Thus the expeuce ef their un mense Expedition will be The island o Walcheren will be one of the bulwarks of France the Scheldt will be free for the felicity of her rich northern and to the perpetual terro of the Mistress of the Already national honour calls Frenchmen to the defence of their insulted Those of the neighbouring departments have not waitec the summons of the Prince and Senate to fl The tempest thickens round the Eug Msh they will sUy on the shore with their sail if they dp not wish to pay deurly fu the temptation to they have ol fttinw their feet on the French We did not wait for events HI order to judge concerning this It has been illcou ceived and ill As an ally of it not possible that England should not have flattered her with this diversion why then ha it been so tardy But if Flushing has been al ways the object of this we may infer from that the greatest disasters will never cure the British Government of its incurable selfish ness and jealous since the desire ol catching a few ships has been more powerful than the possibility of efiectin a diversion more useful to her either n S tin or the North of in aid of tic roil whom it has in pay On the other if it be true that the knowledge of the armistice has deranged the first plan of the English the precipi tation was and the change may be Certainly it is an affront to the British that an Expedition prepared at so enormous an ex com posed of numerous and select trumpeted forth as one that wan to effect a revo lution in European should terminate in the bombardment of a town leaving the of battle to a few garrison troops and national without experience in Is it not matter of that in opposition to so mighty and costly an France should not in spite of the assertions of the English be un der the necessity of man from ier grand and that the con5terqrs of the Danube at the same bearof the nsolent attempt of the English and their defeat It is thus that we may judge of the relative power of the two and see at what price England jurchases that maritime superiority which is aised on the calamities and divisions of This whose but unfortunate un terprize in the present has made his name so welt known in this was pre viously a conspicuous character Phe following particulars respecting his conduct nthe war between France and Prussia are ex racted from a work published some time ago at Berlin Lieutenant of an no means wealthy in served as an ifficer in the Queens Regiment of le was very little as he spent no contracted no did not and paid at ention to nothing but military He was in the battle of Auerstadt with his regiment n the 14th of and was wounded in the In the general he escaped eing taken got his wound bound went to where he effected During his stay repeated intelligence was received of the rapid approach of the French also to Colberg on though not perfectly he took horse with bis and eft Colberg he fell in with some dragoons of lis own regiment on the way to who oiued Several other volunteers having tUo joined he made some small attempts on the French forage and provision which hey brought from the right to the left bank of he These attempts he as pired to still greater he extended his attacks JM to the convoys of and now enaea ted to reduce hia operations to some order and Napoleon haJ directed line of principal operations above Berlin and along the td Thorn and The light corps was to overrun Silesia and another from Stettin to act against Swedish Pomerania and Upper and Lower the coasts of the appeared at first to have es caped his and probably he believed that these provinces would naturally fall into his hands the moment he should makeliimself mas ter the Vistula from Warsaw to Dantzic and Scbill observed and availed him self of this extensive field that was opened to Entirely cut off from the Royal from his resources alone he formed a corps com posed of volunteers and other young who wished to form themselves fnr a military By means of the ard which he had taken from the he formed an independent corps of from 800 to 1000 which consisted mostly of The infantry in linen and halfnaked the cavalry mostly without their swords banging by a cord round their shoulders he now carried and extended his ra and kept the right bank of the Oder from Stntgard to the sea The French Com weakened by great distance of main and compelled to reinforce his head quarters on the left bank of the could not make any impression on and his ravaging wherefore he advanced without interrup provided Colberg sufficiently with provi brought over from Sweden arms and am trnt the Royal Army several of which he had not immediately and was thus enabled to rely always oj Colberg in his rear as a sure By his exertions the obtaining of provisions for the Prussian and Russian armies from the and of course to make a strong in order to suppress the Silesian insurrection under were rendered At the Italian regimeuts that had arived in were sent against Colberg there by the way of another corps from Stettin by aud another by in order to put a final stop to Schills and to reduce Schill was now obliged to re treat by Rnd and to retire under the cannon of Here it was his first care to fortify tlie villages of and and to put them in a proper state of which he did in spiteof all the unfavourable as well as the short time would permit Schill then went to Sweden to procure and if possible to relieve Thr ordered with his corps to go to With a dfign to carry it he appeared befort Colbrrg witb eight but only carried half a squadron of as the Commandant refused him the whil he liitn so need of Scuill came to and at last tutcorps of to wliicb he appointed When Major after the evacuation of Berlin by the on the 10th of arrived with the advanced guard of his corps to that he was there almost adored by the Frederic William honoured his services so that the military division to which Major Schill had given was called by uis In the late visit to this of theirXSraces he Duke and Duchess of the Duke was presented with the freedom of the Corpora Their Graces were accompanied to the ouncil Chamber by and for the and the rest of Bagwells family and met there by lis Grace the ArcUbisTiop of and Miss the Lord Bishop of Wuterford and bis the Countess and Earl of Lady General Lee and his in very gentleman of distinction in the town and The Mayor had provided for dignified visitants a collation exquisitely umptuous and to which all the re pectable gentry in and near town were After partaking of their Graces proceeded o view the interior arrangements of the court and the beautiful old church to which we before it comes under the eye of ano her the steple may acquire a character jf more comeliness and Their jrracts then visited the different and bont five oclock left highly pleased with he appearances of its and the mani estation of respect and reverence whch every displayed towacd They re nrned to dinner to from whence they roceed tomorrow to Lord A deputation from the Corporation of insisting of the two Perrier and the Common waited on his Grace to invite him to a ity feast and we understand his Grace was pleased to fix a day for that purpose His Grace was pleased to confer the honour of Inighthood on Richsrd COURT OF HILL PEABCE AND At the last General Seal an injunction was ob ainedon a bill filed in this Court by the plain the owner of a number of musical coinposi called or known by the names of the JEng sk Fleet Family iree and two sets of and And also he several Alls nd Travellers see stra The Origin of Lovely Gaflop on tncay and le Love to restrain the lisha Peanteand John of from pirating the above mentbned   

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