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   Day (Newspaper) - September 18, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PRICE SIXPENCE I i hereby That application is t f Parliament in the ensuing i and enlarging the psScJ in the fourteenth year of it Al Act more 0 the NlVijTaBon trftte rj n London within the i to preTCnt Hirf Vessel or I iv Mil in the County t iifhrscYrnitwhtfi year of the An Act for nnd Oommcpi oV the City of Tolis aid payable fornavigat Thafms westward of London ihe Lity of London and for toying a for tli punce of more effecruilly and for other hi to provide for the making of nr iiljuininp certain parts the said improving tie Navigatipn hi rhe saifl Acts also for Mill in the parishes of i tincounty of with the River Phanjei at the north Niil River to within out hundred yards of 1 from thencf tiv a thfttv Pbond Lock Thamesnear south end of M enlarge powers of an Act th vrar erf his present raoce and for iJrt of apd seVcril other Prtujdpas pf he said i1udexl to pravide for thtSale orDis nude acrosstHe the Land he removal of rheMoritet for the Sale heretofore held at in the i innd belonging to the New nutts eatt on the road north on the road leading from the UaRle and South on Sw Ravir Head with the Sheep at the northeast corner of the IVtcr and and tlie Field at thi soufh the building at end of rlns whicK safd Itfst men i wih ihi called Merlins the Earl of or to if field AH ami ol at in the CT rontinulng ancT amending ail Act An Act 1 arheudiilg an Act passed in the hipivscm for laying a Toll OUT jiajiing on a Sunday over Black M fur applying the money to arise thereby to r for and passing over the laid he and to be ap City ND MATCH wiH be played m i KXKET St S turvbtr and Two following Elivins of all for One Thou Wickets to be pitched at Eleven SALES THIS lying thetmirrty of Leasel at the Crown and at in Curbt Lots by or UNDRY LeaaehrrVcl and Parcels Land ulso Pfeeiold situate at East Ore ccninry Tct to Sr Amounting ttf UaV prr anum NEXT and Joint CbritFactbrs with Go for the present STATE re spectively inform the thai Tickets and Shares ace now on Sale atall their Poultry of rn the City Lwndou by IMREK and at A Genteel WINEVAULT and PUBLIC known by the ngnot mosl nrlvautageouily sftuatenear the cor ner of on Sontb 6f eo0Mnumcatiun to llie evtotwive ware liouws ami harfij front to t pajt of which ii appropriated as s ffrxnd repushory for Gflt vermnrnt The PceruiscB lately Undergone a limit arc orrti siueuturly JippTOjrriatC cafryinj 4n ft firet WWesnk Kifnil TaVeVb jraatcft uf wljich tf p Rctuectabk BakccV cliite and at nt A Substantralbnilt 6nd shtnorc kf Great AntlreMr whitb it direct thorunglifiire froft and Tottenham Courtrnadj through n very pOjiulcKis niiglibourbtxiil to the Strand ami Clianngtross Tlie nrr four stofies light convenient shop anO imjHoTrJfoxljtecjibuslifl plnTwl and lSffy m sulRfafitnil re we4l tippruprlate for llx Ittjsirtens the len per exclosivt of a pruiilable roti Mild pan trade lias been lUCcrssfuUy occupied by two trtfauti upuanls of tncutf aul presumed ao cti pfrf nrfltV for trceliold aud inifnornble Lesiebuld FHETEHOLO a Lcatcbotd com Fire situate in Henrietta ffsCkneyriiad producing a uetrcnfof held for a term of at giouud reut UntMax re Charing Cross Aldgate High The Schcjne of this lottery fs and has hitherto received the most approbation there are only Numbers in the arid the whole win be drawn in One the 20th of nelct whfn the following Capital Prizes must be distributed among the fortunate 4 of 18 Of 4 of 12 of 5CXJL 4 of Besides the inferior Prizes of JjOL This Lottery also presents the opportunity never before offered to the of gaining immense Snms of or by the purchase of OneNumber ALL IN The only LOTTERY tottDRAWN THIS and Cornirfll and Charint acquaint the thatthe whole the New STATE LOTTERY will be drawoin Cos 2bth of October Thit Lottery has only from 1 to Four Tickets of a it tne Purcfiaser ofa SSigle Ticket will gain Prize of Tickets of th sarnv a Prize of BjrThree Tickets of the earae a of tfy Eonr 3 Prize aH in the ittie Bittie 1 of of r And not Three Blanks to a i Ut V1 FTcrms rincilin the ditlVrviit of Foreign ims of Experience for The New of at at the Mosleyj John Crocke of James of Wor ban of Andrew late of Upper Croj navy of leather Elizabeth Cunningham and John Cunning of Davics Hanovey George of woollen John Cleg and John of PARTNERSHIPS Button and of ma chine Pontifex and John of Shoe cpppxr Barber and of coach Rede and of Arnold and of ha Berridge of Turnerand of Essex Essex coal of Mosrii and of dealers Kitcbin and of Wood and of the East India Lcadenhall Teasdale and of Merchant Taylors WilhanoaKand of and of cotton John and Jonathan and of bcissar R Lid dett of 1yne Tlii price a fallAl emoeljished with an engraving of Royal IE GHAMMAltbf MANU and popn Accounts of all the diflwent of Trailt and rf the rorious Versoqi em ployed in Hitm descripttnnjLof the nd Uses of a vocaWifary Brinehes of Conirorrce aud Measures Young By T Author of Every Man Dictionary of TLis is Hie easy and practical Plan of the GraWuiars urBwjptkphyi and and it that such a work oujlit to he put into the bends of eveirf Boy designed for It is so subdivided as that U unty easily be cutuniitled to aud there are anttned tome hnodicil colciihlted tbeSHUlAt jftpert hi Rhine h of of Bullhead Newgate British lace nier dorkand of Marshall coal and of Jamess Greeowood and late of FOREIGN The following is a more particular list of die cf which have been Created Minister Secretary of Puke cf Bassnno the Foreign Dnkfi of tlife General DuVc of thu Minister of DtiVe ci Gvjti tlv M mister f Duke of Veile tri the Minister uf Duke of Minsaaud The of yesterday contains the ful Official accounts received by his Excellency Minister if conSrni the previous information respoctinir the sustained by tlie English on the CTdi aJ aadof dieir It is is coming burgh i i is thur irrring to the Army of ths We expect the Pope on his rstuin from Genoa to DEFEAT OF THE lUSSFVN AixlfY BY THE y a f LAY if Lambert Hammond Walker 1 Freemanrle lust this An alteration having r rhe Laws of the new Laws hp boa Admittance No dog and sfumpB A to will S a in a Warehouse or a YOUNG MAN acguainted with aild who can farattli the most i ivnces as to post Ricfiard Comnlercial R I near be LET wvrniC TTTV deuirable I ami Faoiiliei in waat of to rent or tty sending tlie free of postage W J al rnrrt due or the i I I for 2 niiiirt to be by a uparioiii handsomely in containing ulcfpin with dressingrooms af a dining parlour nnd ill lanrc library srud morniiic v S domestic offices ami and i i and a fivp wkhn in 341 enclosed stablciyardrMpy IK with may he had orat tbc Royal An Leasehold amtitir orhenriirtheCrfy of twfdoo 1MBER and in Two rrhproVmg PITBL1C kBONlIrythe tbe Farnham ehjibly in how in full trade and capital A Leasehold Estats cumprisiug the whole of Triiiityexuri it rrcrntly uridcrgone a cupiplCe end is let to reujxMilsbJe at rMtrf hj per n man heldon lease fur rg years Two Fiee Jfrnteel wirfi inine EOWArtD 1MBEB and by order of nuiuinp the LOT A compact the Sijn of CLe desirably op pusile in fiopt of rud o iwiTJBfcB7 t ojiposite the pacb House in the must coropleU judirioMsly firud for the the rctnrns of whtch are consi artd capaMe of being much improved by com petent held on Icaset for lofrg at Roytf Letters granted to t SMETf New and for til new impiOred FA TENT with Spiral that burns withoui amd gives the most brilliant light ever produced iVtrm in a variety of elegant irhere n n Brass Patent taaipi wiHi ahftxd to the New Pnroflt will befonnd snperlor to anyother for their simplicity and nriliisncy of Shew Kootnt are open at Bondstreitj with the greatest of elegant Lnnrus lu the for Ihe iusptctiun of the kept uuiiiinp by Compare and jnJge for They oannot be purchased at nny oilier house in Spermaceti Oil at Puttnt Refined per Rail s Xo to the 2 oclock at bufore ABEL v Pepuly bis ftftjitys Remfrtflirancct i i f at hra in fbre Ev rnncr Lvi3on pursuant a if ttir said maOe in a entitled A Leasehold sitn in called the PuMic suitable ouihouSW and ouildunf tWreunto i h ill by lease for n term of 99 nnd of Sale inny at the Cbam wid ncpnty fteUiembraricer in llie ExcTietiuei JudwnaM Murphy Bouyniestreet the the in Car I A R LY respectable Goinivrv PRlVATEiCONTBACjTj witHhil In ONK the 2Oth of NEXT The STATE LOTTERY win Begirt and Only 5000 Prize HORNSBY and take the liberty ofrecorti mending an early purchase of Tickets and on account of the great demand they daily and hope to iunpry their1 FrieridY with x large Share of tie said JMze Orders from any part of tht OloTre oti the same terms as If either of their State Lottery or Shared by and 133 Sereral of BdMei ONE MILL ti M t v a STROTvGlBEER i ihe in twl the tlie traoc is chiefly supported by and which in of extent of but may with the grenlenf considerably The in canital tofethcr with ur in rxceftent and sonte alleiidiog the rt ao attractive to any gentleman of IB a capitnl hi or bus i Tte lu lime of will conducted with the be fty applica if o post to near al v in illustrated witha Mag of try inhibited by the Tribes Westem HE TRAVELS of T j uuui 7 to the Pacific performedittt and BVordefrot re OnnMininv of the Mstinej cd Containing Del the Authentic sources and original r and a Sunv the oflKS lidian NaUohVffom tHe Communicationof and Talernoiter GrtATSv0 JI POUNDS to be Pbfilic hi Ofte Diy Tfcfctto nd Oe Sale by EVTON ot Stfte Lottery late Partner wi Only pai ticolar relatire to the to be In theloaf foflowfng1 Capital in J30 by EYTOK the Theory phtl of Prmtcdfbr aflrt hy hi Grerft all Of whom may be for a Course Joyces Ariflitoetiiof Real Ltfenhil Price by Single an J with CoOperjiUte Fairmiir English with complete in our a new Vice Dictionary of and j hr tHe Price The Book of PWtrs 3 price LONDON 16 of Sir til ana attwdvejat iSuiIdhillT Mejsrsi Ellison and Whrite Lombard Sir Matthew Thomas and William Jracechurch dealers and M Oct and and Thomas dealers and at at the New York and Richard late of Mars port and Octr at ar Gdild John of 3r and at at file Bush Edward Bristol and Samuei Wnite Kings Bench Inner Joseph of Manganese dealer and at at the Dog Manchestch FquJces and MajicheMer r and foulkes and Lotig Grays Giles dealer arid the Fleece Lomh John Louth ani Leigh and New Bridge Gearge of ale airf at at and have Already made a Fyll ot have remained and Jiave ehdeavoured to cooperate with ardour in the jgeneral dcfenre Let us then continue to every proof of our unshaken Majesty the Emperor has that this and tfie inhabitantsshall provide thern selves with all necessary provisions for six Admirable is the providential care which the wis dom of the hero takes for and certainly this originate frofn fear for none of us at Thomas of Mary le car caseTjCtchef dealer Sepfc and at at Edward Cavetidlshi William of deakr and sod at James RoBen Hartourt qf Brookf dealer and chapman at at William Barretts Willjarri Hindi aija Jairics Of Old dearcYs and aijd OcL ai atGolMialli CrJtched Friars i Oct Chides of St John at Thomai of of at at thi Oct Benianun of at it thVGebrge Dale Oct Peter Dobsoni fate of at at the RedUon Jbhn Clarft and HettrY orMarket JW worsfcd and darpft the Aagel m Market Wlluara late of Dei fete of Bbnd 50 500 in4itled to jUsi tW of at at at Neale of at tm i Fry and John atOtriWbalt of Oct James at of Loot Acre of at at 1 tweW at Napier the BuH John Turmjcliff iuaTx at the Palace Manchester1 Sbutbnttp Tbo TheMayor of issued tlu following Our advantnjrcoTTS flouricliiiiff state to which our city and at which if had partly arrived the great deposits which were within cJr have drawn on us the envy of the most inveterate enemy of interest requires our would she make our beautifuLcity another Copenhngen but the mind of the great Napoleon is careful for cnrr Frbrh his contnual affection for his good city of Antwerp hehas sent as a prince to defend and deliver who isthe honour of and thedelight of die 0ur equally distinguished for his crvil and military cooperate for this pnrpose with tlrc well dis and brave troops of the have duties to carl wjihrtaoon A Comniittee from the Municipal to take the most effectual measures to fulfil this salutary has been formed but to carry it into execution the assistance of all the more wealthy citizens vill be Let at the wise providence of our early place ourselves in a state of preparation against all possible The more necessi tous classes of the inhabitants may rely on the paternal care of trie who will pro vfde fbf their maintenance incase cf The Jtfagistracy will exert its endeavours to prove that rliey have entered and fulfilled the views of his From theHotel of the Mayoralty of the City of EXTRACT OF A LETTFR FROM DATED AUGUST YL At Pampehma a conspiracy has been disco which had for its object the delivering up of that fortress to the guilty have been TheMarquiJ of Romans is upon the fron tier of towards which General Keller who was on the left bank of the has in order to drive him It is said that tiie fourth battalions of all the French corps which are iri Spain are to return to this which will produce at least Abeilledu It isreported diac die peace was signed on die The Duke of Abrantes set off on the 22d for His Excellency Count Champagny stt off from hence rm rhe anJ on tlie tbe xm commenced at Viuina We are that the rchduke Charles S6t off a from where he had been the conclusion of the for Austrian The news of his having retired from the command spread the greatest consternation amongst the friends of the Austrian They state that the Emperor of Au48Ha ovtght to make haste and sign a if Hedbes not wish to lose the rest of his The public opinion is very decaetf in favour of tljeAfchdvke and does not spare thbse have given hini cause of de Zechy replaces M de Wabna in the Austrian replflces Count The greater part of the Austrifti army proceeds to fMafheim id Thfe AichdiJke Feftfihiftdj afte havinV been forced to evacuate GaJiicia has entered Boiietaia with about The Frahcis Has aptfoffrtftf Courrt Mmigtef 9 He has aiso appointed FieldMarshals apd Eienmajer andJiohedWHe Baveteerf Generals x aHdthe othSP tcMnf irt hichAe thp to net taken place A Persian Newspaper rereived ulile Arab at prrsiiit in Cal tht details of the late c iii bctuoen llie PTsian ami Ruwiui to iioantlieutC account hail previciiy been re will be peiiieM by our with fonidiMiible We jjive tiiLm pretty nearly in tlie tlit 01 initial By thtship Ritiimsliaiv WLhave recfiived an account of ihe victory obtanitd by the of Iran ovtr thtarmies nf This event happened tiie Intter end oF the month of in the year of IfJ cnrrcspondinu witti tlie inulille ol 1808 of the Christian Tiie the par A laruc well appointed and ami powerully snpporttd by a haviiit marchfil IViii Tc5 lor tfie of the of of their rninvments cornmnnTcatPc to VTihnmed Kujjur of Better the in Immediately ou the rtcfipt of this in that together such troops of the victorious army he had m readi ness proceeded by rapid tmrches the A as tle two to meet came within of each the enemy opened a fmni their wlnrli detrovfd a portion of the JVrsian Upon Miho med Housain the renowned for calling to mind tinword of the proverb which may be ben er part of valour 13 HiJit reroute tlie the wurikre of to follow and directed his wav the fnrtrehn of where the of IM were iu termixed with tfie dwelling of the The pursuit was kept up by tim enemy with much and they came withjn tlie range uf tiie fortress when the Per sian artillery ut the first a vnst number of the Russian soldiers were sonned in the fire of At the same mo the victorious troops of Mahomed Kriau with drawn the ranks of the and completed their discom In the conflict which endued nljout seven or 8000 Russians fell a prey to the remorseless many of their chieftains were made pri and a part of their and fell into the Imnds of the con quering Tiie Russian Commander in Chief fled towards As boon us Mahomed Houssain Khan completely assured of tle defeat and flight of the he transmitted an account cf this victory to the Priuceof the who on ihe Throne of Royalty at At the Mahomed Honssiau liitn elf towards pursuit uf the When the intelligence reached the Prince Abbas he immediately forwarded a detail of the circumstances of the victory to the taking the tield in with powerful lilso set out in the direciiou of with fixed in his va liant to extirpate the Russian Mahomed Runecru Khan u re lation to tlie Prime Mirza Mahomed Shussee received instructions from the King ipread the tidings of this joyful sent from Taheeran one to the Prince of the Ruler ofPersia and of all the havens and and of the land of to Mahomed Nnbee Lord of kl a third to the British it was that in affair the Rtusians had been the it now occurred to the mind of the that they must have iniHer the influence of theFrencli at in attendance at the Court of The diiBt of vexation there fore settled in the skirts of the roal favour to wards the French and it became desir able in the even of the tlut the suWisfinewith that people should be dissolved He to dismiss the embassy and accordms to one hasactually done which is consi dered most authentic of the he postponed the execution of his purpose urvlil the arrival of the Eriolih Accounts said to been received from Princtrof Waleis tatinic that hostilities had commenqed Between the native Chief tains on the Slake in the intenor of Su rrttftrai irt eensequence of which a considerable ffotrftirof other small craft had been daStroVeS and great had been sus tainedby thu on the of the   

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