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   Day (Newspaper) - September 16, 1809, London, Middlesex                                g Dolonel uiulcr the lommand of of the ibtti rejr oiiAdiately i VIEW of ni Mr v iu Quarterly Gfnerat It if hoWen ID the CHAMBER of nUALL of the City of 1 Ihl CUKt will celebrate the of tb iif thx Kingdom on the zsth tlie wbiih llisJ r Year of UIK rclnuiuiitee cpniiktmg of a Commoner Dot of each to consi Hxant of carryinfr the naiStleaolaHon ioto jud lu T Lloyd a Crneral Meeting ofthe SUBSt3ftl iu behl tbiaday I 1AM Eft the Chair M t Qdn apt other SjihfiaibejB to j lieaii UK BcpOjrt o tire Comjpittpe of A Spanish mf Acres of Hea To be PRIVATE a pleasantly itituated about 18 from at the extremity of srith the most beautiful tn a handsome and priaiAR Beit and offi cel I uncleared Lots of lofttfirculatmg quire the and various other or LEASE of sblt part of Toltenbapi fart her Iparticatant apply js or orlrowf st in Joic tbe beat and pleosantett part of the within a half of Hyde if lnt of ttris Meeting conduct 44 the ud with and of SO of fine To be viewed hy Tickets from elcreo till f fun her Paiticulan may bad of the Whole or part or a a and 130 feet in the many and great othergrounds ittjvpf UK Slttropolia mider it a most desir t toanMJfifoa inclined to buiUl second or third KiafcV srW be SOLD by I a aewlybnilt SPORTINGLODGE panicsof the river tiered Ufa sipera tta and roaed by a homcstall of 36 acres of rich and frrtiU a rlgfil of spotting oirer an imlbensfr of situate It in Tnn tM i uf ffiea m oiihc present pfnenct ot tnt w tWa tan tSB attLecojn i t the to call their atten i alined state of tWawtvfair whttS ttfe la ralonr rf one Defenders aud the land with black particularly to a Uestt the poraewes re alte coibtorl nnd U SSHK or to be by handsomely Epsom coot ami nj wtth at dioingpqrtbur arti library and morning Ttfceat of domestic offices an ardeo aud pleasureground he3 with and a be may betel i crowned tlie g Uant exploits ot British a in o the hopes of ultimate which the and fihotKM mf BritWfc have a i for whose deH feom a pedWJoa they are at uioiBei jt majciug iliat Hie tramcenflant efforts K the heroes whonitre tiy tie Urive man re so nobly followeaip the of or the freedom itnwy fe vprtUK that the gen krons impnlse aad at a moment of great Central Uduced all ui IM m the laudable tndcivoor to aateitte the onr will lit ftmBd rtiU tojbw ieii ami sufferinp and tlUt long as tbe Seaman and the Bnljsh confidently that those are iti iu while Iwine Ae of ttdKag tiod Friends CHairmao Uunpcli for twejity of yitli a stream bf water parting Ojorenitpce thrir for tint furtherance of a Sportf in erery tt its kip4 tber may be know of Harry Nefc BoiSJi respectableenuatrj ffe a BREWERY thtrfy miles of the1 fell and in the highest reputaticm the by and whack will he included in i h pofcbalieT of theexteBt of six thowaul but wjr wila tie rrfl facility be The wiiWtTh cipital tojrthei are io uuid nous attuidtBf he render in VVAL1 To BniUms a of theSuirey di ffbot in a re spectable and populous thaated ttnh SluVey Bod atltberwtiarf or mfll nitofcawiwcelleot ererv ejucVtleot witc goM garden and of Ako an fit for a rwfertabic f itarly for one from Mi chaelmas next rent clear of all taxes Crawter and Cob Tempkbar and at SBrrey powrt INDIA WAR any eatumsa oeaircus of u thia line pf business eoaducledSrUh jnay kjowaby post to near T HE add held there this day ir thai u tf uf tlml respeciaile ilit hijuaHty of their By i 4S iy acinowl kample be Ammnl 6 u j I O BDU Pulblil toil DC rate the Puke qfPortU m M Uuf I Uni iflte fteudiftfice and vtrlti We have tfie to present onr readeti with a very full undcitttoiiwtaiitiBl of the operations of the against the fafroidable lines of Aram file whole fotce on this sei ihe conqicapd of conjswted of his Regjprieat of having tytend the proceeded to the and drove 7 runcofiadS from their gunS at the point the The to he Hiunberof fell inU Fie of the r Qur loss iti this or five atrd 30 Neither the slaughter on thepart of the eiieoiy very the srrtuter part of Hrem heing saved by the precipitancy of their tlie panic which these rapid and re peated reverses hud difrused nraoog all that they abandoned to their pursuers the tor tresses of Outtgbery aud whith are situated about ten dfiles from and two of the itrongest in the whole after blow ing up the ordnance wbkh he had captured at advanced again on the and took posxeVsion of feoth On the 2Jth of the of our latest the army remained within five mires of To the great mortification of our gallant splendid palace of the Rajah atr that wag found entirely the irurhense money und which it was supposed to havruff been carerully removed at the the the detachment of artilJery nr which joined Led ter the storm of the whole of the KingV Iflth commanded hy Colouel the through the and exertions of the Ceylon on the first intelligence of the been dispatched to They reached tliat pfuce by ou 4th After the arrival the army under Colonel of upwards of 1200 Euro peans including Majestya12th and 19th regimeub and four battalions tf native Iu conscience of the great difljcuTty of collect in v at a sufficieot number of draught and other necewary articles of equipment for this powerful force had hitherib remained the defensive Tfie two principal attempts made by the Tcavancorians on Colonel Chalmeoii camp tok place on the 15th and 31st of The of the 15th was fhemost revere of the los of the 12th regiiHerrr on ttuiT day artfoLinted to eight men killed and 45 and that of in to about 0 er 70 enemy left seven hundred The Coun cil is phased to direct from iettevs Coll force eontaiuingftwport of the df tbe detach tnent andtr personal nui of tbe of therpreriatficy force lately attackecl persed by the detachment under and the satisfactory of the beirure of the persons of two of tiie principal leaders of that be published for information together tht expression of Lordsbip in Councils Iigh approbation of zeal und judgment mamtested by Colotwl Wal in conducting the pursuit of the remount of the predatory force umkr Uundtui and Wahtni Alt KJiaun liwugasli and tlie ar which led to the apprehension of the and the final dispersion of their mg aud of the alacrity and veranca of the officers and men of tbe detach in tlie execution of this important EXTRACT OF X LETTER TO CO NFL BARRY aESlDENT AT BT COLONEL DATED AT 24 MILES OF On the 3d I left with the whole of oy tire portion of it I had left in the on advancing to that having joined me the preceding Ou my op the 3d lit I found the report that Bunush had halted the whole of the 29th the day after his difeajat be aud that he before nioni tnenie collected a paity of nbout 500 I likewise learned from that he had made owe march to where he had arrived the tbe On the I mored which is within one long fch of and hearing that Bnfcgush still continued at the latter whereHe vva recruiting and equipping his party by I had determiued to move the surpe with a light to attack Jtrt men of the 4nd the Whole the battaliou of Native Ihlatiujv Ltfanfty the 5 5 59 IQ ios o U At 10 50 0 and Sharp 8 H N I LrJ Dudhiy and W wr hilJ aud u 105 JQ6 ips andCol r 0 Aitarnirtionsarti1 received ft the Bar of and bf Ik FUukers iu the United front tpwanU the Jevioty inr the and of residue of a term rf ninetynine lil annum MMiderable Mttt Of battajioni of tfee I3lb Native and a party oEAr With 10 fieWriiircesj and 4 tnlVW attne ThrWncore and pitched thrir to the Arambooly oo febr four days the The awkaat a line df fortiticatiDn Or of n rojie and is flanked on tbe right aud left strong constructed oft The in tbe centre ofrtbeUnesycovers the pnotiprf pass to the 1 vided the and 1O pieces of ordnance on tlie fifld of battle theproportion Of thfir of could opt be so both these our optivf vied with the intheir steadiotsa kjnd W appear tbat any treaty witii th Travancore had actually at the period to which our accounts Propbsals of on terms which had been formerly proffered by British are to have been sent Rajah into Colouel wiiited the arrival of the who was alone invested Ssfth powers 6 af there ii every prdapect of an kn mediate andhappy to of the rebellions that was ever evenjjy the rash aud of an a rebel 1 heard of IMS luivmg left ami proceeded in the direction of this In coisequTice 1 rnovid oo 5th to od tbe ond rtciriviiitr m telligenoetimt Biiugnsh was encamped Oom about 24 indes trurn uoitnwest di I iriurthcd ut ix oclock that und at breuk of 01 the I irmnl ar of I waa n that lie had a lew lours before qptttcd fled Deadu Jawa Ttere I followed after a riiittfDt with tf few of ais that retired late as aur took up a portion sit the titrnrvrc into precladed the possi bitty late the In oetMijyincr t our for A irett ppon frorn the ju at the toot of tbe byBtliigTlAs but principally Irf Jn of a letty who A tant ma gvtar inanner of the of which onj the Bri by wbfcli this iorpor of 5000 re duciplined after the a tin Sepoy and com manded biMides an im and otkier tr iteBular tbe following concise iccoriht 6f as the feitreniely diffi i ra it ooriiniahds pur ijivoip to theuight and he ac ht of jbe Wa lion in tlie first Tiad inwilved in the most rminineot personal danger both Cotoue Macauley and the Officers of tbe British subsi diary and to amotrg other part of the Reaideuis escort had actualry fallen The grand army under MajorGeneral Ltlger were still encamped at Lushkeree Khuu fljg The report of a treaty ven cotn and I went with of soine degree of irrt acdcai and the excoj CKaringaCross Morpog 1st battalion 3d tnefr whofe parties day r the rarpparti of the M Holyhead an b WUetMail every SteeysbUrypi erery glononrre haviilgbeen concluded with Rooject Siog ap have been There the best to that all the points in dispute wotald in a short time be finally and sa tisfactorily Stik army is now encamped on the north bank of the gutkdge Colonel with the detachment un der his entered on the 17th of that place eantonrttentt been marked put for three battalions of and a regiment of Luds haunah Tonnerly a Very large pueka bat is at present said to be m a vary romous coil Kyd and who bad joinediCo Ihera to the returned St canto the and ifil OB thence to garlnpore on Ihe FoHowiDg morn strong trader the of Cal composed of companies of native mfaptry andvone of set on fromdeiietal ultimo for i place Rve marche iftthe rear of tbe to receiv charge from Colonel detachmeu wfedh wemeWJoriea of Said to for Cotone MiajestyV Regiment of a dhaurJpp6site toKarnouh Should no military fount neces that from its To iincrninilly z of Poofla huii firsf report jh aking retutru with but reacifvJ rira Wfcre thutSirar3 Idsl no IDJ anrl to the he iad received into the hills aijd streui n threatenitjiC tiiifa with ofa ioncoiirpliance with my Tufa fafc ed t j a parley whitli i pretty expect to terrnirate Hie entire of remaiifing andPeltwann art with of JVJyput Hoa who with the it is received protection from the head man of a village close to I ahull endeavour to ascertain the truth of this and to get hold of Of Myput Rao I yft know nothing bntr from what has reached I adi led lo thiuk that he is concealed in uear So Tlie whole of my detachment is assem bled The now in my is acces sible only to led horses and sucli na tural wheu defended by a few a paasage through it be by any number of IroopV AHthe passes in its vici except the Berwancfrrwhkh is said to be passablefot carriagest are afthesarue and they are aH defended by wnumerable bodies of and by a few and uther armed menv ia the pay of the petty reside in the and command the roads through The following affliciiug accounts are given in a letter from of the 1 WeVeStprday received the that the FretichV Inconsiderable had entered SouthfiRVelandi ThejXvefeobbervedfroDa some of purvhipa to moVeln the vupohring man thekadyanced party of tirailleurs ingany passthem without the afteied that Wtfle Englishtroopswere cdnrpaledi although jferfer put they fFtfTTy trie fftir force had either passed TTferrotrr or weru madn pri of a rnidsaipciarjs crew of the Bloed bad gone on propure gence has rpade no change iu tile disposition of Thetroops wliich were destiiiedfer hdiawaa this morning the 63d and Coloufel Cocii HAjfga corps embai fed on board from the oumbep of jick belonging to both bat pifafvided for corps wbicb on jts detachment of tto   

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