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Day (Newspaper) - September 20, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNJNG AT PRICE4 SIXPENCE 77a VVA the rvctrnar 7 consider of a i if GenrrcU Courti apjtniaied i i to DINE at MER i on the 2Jth ofOC n their numes to previous to the 3d of Oc i Three Guineas to U bo to be of SMITH WESTMINSTER n SALE BY AUCTION THIS Convenient Lranrhnld adapted to a Mann ceiifrirally in tbc By ul at A for a term of twentjnine at a low of Two ncwlyrcpairrj DWELLHSG in central 21 and Silver Woodstreet containing numerous light airy do ujrslic and part of which arc par ticularly appropriated fur a or any business requiring U a great variety of in the 1 N i b who will perform i irarblr and buttle alioleap over tf and through the body u yo through his wonderful Per in the course of which he hiyh with his Also a in which Aitley will in future Tickets to be Kcnnington Places may be from eleven O Marlburoufti MNAL LECTURES on Ana will be commenced on 1 at two by Cunvcrzationes will be held rent subject treated of will be dis ihe Students views To an be thoroughly and replete are open all the morning for the where Brookes and demonstrate the various usually attending anatomical investi iiiimiidated in die Gentlemen of renewing thrir anatomical acommodated with au apartruen A Shop in full with immediate Ry at Jacks at by direction of be Trustees of JOHN Valuable BAKERa SHOP and PRE desirably situate in Jrent OatlirriucV Tlic which in in good contains i the attic two servantsrooms in the second a food diuingroum nnd bedchanihcr on the grouild a very rood witb a wash yarlj a gtjod with an 1 n bushel a loft capable of contnin ins sacks of nnd for two Tbe liu snirsH promt rcry biking nbout 11 vnck per at full but capable of very considerable adiltliuii dctarlicd are two and pre part of which are let at an animal rent of anil part reserved for the purpose of The above Premises arclield by for an unexpircd term of ili ycnrs from Midsummer at a groundrent of only per the TPIHT of a icr i luitbie in the neighbourhood ijf 1 post Martins Newspaper BLrchin V PUBLIC in the posn Tu bt SOLD bv PR1 by KOWARD IMHFR and the of a subsuintiil now in bly in the heart of the City n Lon apply to the Auctioneers and Amiy and Nary Mr on the No and following at by direction of the TlmE valuable and extensive STOCK of TnoMAB Bank rupt The Leather comprises crop foe n iitn and seal ami wax large quan tity lit upper rntp and various other usual in the trade To be PRIVATE by and convenient SMALL RES1 two jridd ruonis on each and all s heId for a term of seven The purchaser may be accomrao at a fair May 10 IkUiMvc To be i PRIVATE by 1 abound ilulightfully situate in Upper Belgrave two pirtiens fully green a easily convertible into a coach The term 14 at a low of 00 innum The Eurcjliuer nla accoinmodited at a May be viewed by appli Govern Very elegant and genuine Household THOMPSON and on the TV i Southside of Clapham facing aud following at by order of the npHE jrenuine and entire HOUSEHOLD 1 ITHNITURE and other Effects of EDWARD K si a Bankrupt comprising very lofty bedstcadk and very excellent goose feather beds and bed elegant lookingglasses aud mir mahogany card aod n set of eltsant duiwiugroom and sofa in car pets of various table and dessert sirviees of wry handsome tea and ciiffee wtfi of u sideboard of very handsome modern anil fashionable nbout 3O dozen of old crusted Port zehfof claret and a very handsome and alruns new two chaise aud with a variety of kit i hen is in three price 6d boards EVENINGS or Conversation a Governess and her With addi i isuor from Being a Series of Original and interspersed with Illustrative Ouo irious Andtnt and tending and Moral By CA Printed for T I I I ATTHORITY OF UBLIC are respectfully that KKRs HAL SURVEY vfas Printed for Richard ijj oi all the Booksellers In Great price Thi is the Thirtysixth of the corrected which hav te Authority 1 have been recently printed uniformly thority of the Board of BARLOWS i in an elegant Royal Irice Fifteen in A in Ten liy ul this Poem are the jiul Revclutions of America and it has been 1 in cpnscqueocc of the high opinion ex s Jam by some eminent English pleasure which was afforded to LV sortie Eitracts printed in the Monthly Ma Rihard and to be had of croRGE THE THIRD a New in and handsome 1 i i i in L of GEORGE THE October to the Com in 1603 illustrated by the Hveral Volumes containing Copies of ers an4 other Authentic ul Dispatches from the London Historv of Great from the Revolu o the Accession of George the of the wellknown menu and established History of the most eventful reign in the 1 coiuidered as a separate it possesses claiin 10 the attention of the as being continuation to the present time of Histories of and to be had of Of whom may be the four preceding M ung Humes History to the present in WANTED SCHpOL handsomely so at to corre 1 Authors Reading price Half a ti in with a full Allowance to SCHOOL DICTIONARY En Dictionary improved and for in which is contained the Roots of and significant Words omitting and all p By the DAVTD he English the First Cate Grimmar of and Governess will hail the appearance rt which brought the English Language within bltr by expunging what duiufant in the Dictionary of The fly this been reduced from Sixty more than Ten Thousand and the quintly be committed to Memorj in lew vi loc the convenience of the Tutor and Uurd has been divided and accentuated j ana for the purpose of possesses in a manifest superiority over every IT Richard London and to W had of at the JuvenUe New Bond Street Edinburgh Wogan and Dublin whir iiooi be all the other Works of the same Lease and Goodwill of an oldcstablislml HahiiS Bieai ar1 and By Mr on ilie at by order of the TIRE HOUSEHOLD im plements in nseful horse and Lease o the Primises and Goodwill of the and other of n Gingrrbrca leaving that siluation con iiisiup fuurpost bedsteads with pretsbid frather and flockbeds and iirahopiny iod other ditto dmiug aud claw snudis kitclioii with drawers anl kucaduig nine dozen glassex with currant raspberry with implements in a useful cart a and other IJ oclock will be on the the Lease of tin which are with a yaril Modern a fine toned Piano by Chamber Printed aud on the Ca near Middlesex and and fflllowing at THE Furniture comprises fourpost and other and feather beds and ma hogany and other chests of and Pern broke looking excellent chamber printed and other To General others By on the Orehjinl near the Kings at E LEASE of the above desirable PKE upwards ofao years uncxpired containing thiee a good donblc froulcd mih coatcelinr and and rvei y convenience for being iu a rcry iiuproving ucijliboujbood likewise tUe Afsigu mcnt of a Lease for a piece ofpround iu the fruot o Phillipsi reel at a peppercorn sufficient for one which is partly built together with the Materials standing thereon an iniprured Rent of 4s per issuing from Premises iu nnd o plot of Free bold Ground iu Al flic fciraetiitie will be all the HouschoJJ assigned over for tire benefit of the and will be sold without To Collector of Capi tal Collection of scarce valuable arid a small Kenuine at the Great Toms Coffee at without the least THE genuine and valuable collection of loose many fine collected with great and bemg the entire Stodk of a Printseller abso lutely retiring from comprising a number specimens of the following Masters Bar from the choice works of Albert Van Diest and other eminent Masters of the old and modern The library sirtsofthe of MiW To and These haw been minutely and warranted and in the most iplendid Leasehold with immediate K1MPTON and on the in perfect most eligibly situate on that justly admired spot on tbe North tideoflnhngtongrecn thcpurchaaer to take the at a fmr genuine nod modern a Ward robe of Table nod Bed Tilted Cm other Islington Py Messrs KIMPTON and on the fte North side of Islington and following at bydirection of the Proprietor who isquitting his E consists of four post with mahogany feet with arid other excellent and drawers and Pembrolte and card set of cxcellenrdining elegant diuinerooDi Brustels and Kidderminster and dressing and fiumerous luable JL eligible part of large and dejrant HO dation for ofv4Ue thoruujh tnth au wallea situate ia the ISO of The Estate Bsesfta con tiguityto gtxid maAetJuad post to two of The whole is anifthe Landtax ne The modern and elejpnt Fixtures arrd Forji ture may be K agreeabir tfcePurchaser imrde diate possession may be of the HOUEC and and for further apply to VVainwrjybl iind JL be SOLD by PRIVATE CON a newlyboirtSPORTlNGLOEtiE called tkc most rotnautically anil happily situate for oil the banks of the river shel tered by a skrecii of mountainland hi its envi roned by a horeestall of 30 acres of rich and fertile mVa a ripht of over an immense o int rsected by which abound and the laud with black particularly suited to a keen Lddge potseastB every requi site and is appropriately fitted the exterior oifices are composed stubliiij artd kennels ftr twenty of a stream of water passing thiontfh portable convruicncxfor for the fuitheranre of a add is iu every renpect the moft box of its kind extant Iher particulars mayhclinovmof 4rrvHarry New Residence and valu able be SOLDky PUIVATE COX the following We property of Mr JollN a capital newbuilt railed Vorli situate on the Mmiue uith double conrhhiinse and fourstalled Lease hold for the residue of a term at the itut of ail per anuuui the nnd china therein of in and in now produciiif a rental ofabunt annum a most desirable well of about per out uf property in Cusnberlandjlreet two in an situation for on the North side of St occupation of William Evans and at therent of per anuuUi a Piece of valuable Freehold situateou the Vlarinc near containing in front towards Uie setttwcutyfive fi and in tlrpth seventy feet also a Piece of Leasehold utljiMii ing tlic and of The same held fur the residue uf a term of ninetynine at the rent of I3l per annum a considerable quantity of riuililing in pod and muiiy valuable Lots of well deitrrviiig the attiBlion of any pet son desirous of layiugant money to adiantage at PremiBes may be viewed on application to oetufhe New Stfyne and pnitirulaiM nwy be of Mr the Old Bank or at the Office of Mr THE JAPAN made by DAY and invaluable with half the Jusual produces the most brilliant jet black ever affords peculiar nourishment to the will not soil the finest is perfectly free any unpkasant and will retain its virtue in any climatt Sold wholesale by Day and at the High Holbom retaiHy Tavistock Street j SwaBow Street Finch Lane the principal and Oilmen in the and in every Town throughout the United in stone price ALL IN ONE The only LOTTERY to be DRAWN THIS ami Cornbil and Charing acquaint the that whole of the New STATE LOTTERY will be drawn in One 2Oth of October This Lottery has only Numbers from 1 to Four Tickets of a so that the Purchoserof Ticket will gain a Prize of By two Tickets of the same a Prire of By Three Ticket of the same a Prize By Four Tickets of the same a Prizo of and all other Prizes in the same CAPITAL of of of 8 12 1 And not Three Bbnks to a NEXT SWIFT and Joint Contractors Go vernment for the present STATE re spectively inform the that Tickets and Sharei are now ou Sale at all their Poultry Charing Cross Aldgate High The Scheme of this Lottery il entirely and has hitherto received the unqualified approbation there areonry Numbers in the and the whole will be drawn iii One the SOth ofneit when the foDovrfng Capital Prizes mnst bedistrfbuted among the fortunate of of of of of BOOL Besides the inferior Prizes of ICOt SOL as This Lottery also presents the opportunity never bjfore ofltred to the of gaining the Sums of or by the purchase of One Number and CHAKlNOi CKOSK B1SH leaveto remind the that the STATE LOTTERY begins and finishes Drawing the 20lh NEXT MONTH And it ia the oyiY that will be drawn THIS Schenw is pcrfrctly novel highly arid the more it in known the more it is contains 4 Prizes of I 4 Priics of 4 I 8 12 of The whole ofKhich will bedeculed in OXE there fore a Rpectlyirtucluise whilst Tickets and Shares may be had in great variety at the above Esta blished PERSONS in the COUNTRY May be the iarae tu if by sending their orders post or carriage accompanied with or PintOffice to ei ther of Bishs OHiicH in or FROM Tius LONDON GENERAL Hone It is his Majestys that all Officers belonging to Repiments stationed in the island of Walcheren shall immediately join their Regi ments and they are positivelyordered to repair for that to from whence the means will be furnished to them of proceed ingto thenttspective The only exceptions to mis General Order those Officers who are absent on a regular Certi ficate of ill By Command of the Right the Com mander in HARHY BANKRUPTCIES Thomas Newjtead and Joseph QxtfT at at the White Hart Richard of Albion Blackfrbrs mer ftotn lb CO at at Solomon of Mary from SepK 19 id at at GuiWhilL William of dciler and to and at at the Fountain Plymouth liarn Thrvcy Plymouth Dock and Blakeloch and Elm WHfiam of dealer and at at the White Hart i Chancery London and Robert Kirg James of ana at at the Star and Garter 1 Attor Shephard and Uediurd don and Joseph Thomas of at at the Dog ill and fvfanchciter and Milne and of f dealer and at at at the hwan Attoruics Mi John Bedford and Cross and James of Brook and and at ift Thomas of Tooley dealer and and at at Sise Bucklcra George of Friday warehouse dealer and and at Holmes and Lle meius James of Rathbone picturr dealer and at and at Thomas of bra at at the Fleece John at at Henry of 1 at at Thomas of the at George of at at James of at at the CJljhe William ff at attheDog Henry of James of and at at the White Lion Anthony of at at the Bell Thomas Robin of at at the Shak speare nnd Elijah of at at the Crown and Anchor Liverpool John Job of iron at at Frederick of at at Guildhjll SarnBel of at at Samuel Penning of Hast Sniith at a at Guildhall Giorge of at at Joto Her bert and Charles of at at Edward Lee at at Corge of at at John of mo at at the Black Lron and Swan Samuel of at theTalbot of at it ia George Wvchertpy ofOld Robert of Robert of Thor of com mission Andrew late of Upper Grosve nor navy Peter of PARTNERSHIPS Charles Addis ami of Build William Eyre Royston and Richard of Ibomas John ami William of lace Thomas and Stephen calico John Thomas 1 ho and Isaac of Merton calico James William and Joseph of hat manufacturersWiiliam Mouncey and James of William Robert and John of Swithtns corn William Oakley John of common William Aikert and Elizabeth of Church schoolmaster and nus taken and artillery dragcd over the preci picesby the We aYe in main without losV or inconvenience from our We do not know whether we are to retire or advance it die the road is Open to us euhcr to or in my last I said we had in the I believeI overstated our numbers by so ihut as SpafiiarJs did or kept itsgr6und ilouble its The Viitcf found ijoui Gtfne rul arid JeLemiined not to jiivc him an inch of le it Sir Arthur acknowledge iiu1 saw finer fight ing in Iu had pretty good still withoirt know ing any thing of our lutther n at a wlio fonsonio to our hi he to be on his pan he a I Commibsaryback in ex hange Nte aJlowed to a number of letters which inform us of the very kind treatment they receive from the French their rations areserved ou those of the French are eiven to the crrictjrs to go for provi sions to the neighbouring t an crdeijHas beeen issued bv Joseph to pve them anymcrriey they may and to that at ail times ready to receive with letters or any they nvghE from our This seems very he the mon into fictd on the and returned withlessthan tiuit hearing our having lett Ta they take possession of the towii with gej tiitt not for three days after dpaiturc number of our prisoners i about wlumi they aro to as last as they can cans for tlier Fie says the French that the war carried on by the Spaniards is ann ving ami but they d that they never can find diem IMI fair is gene to Madrid with is at Toledo itll at Plasencu at and nn advanced guard of at the bridge of Twodivisions of army miyched this morning lor besides the hght brigade from the bridge of where has been a 1reach brigade observation our other mrisions march in is said to be ouf no all whowere likely to fall out irjthc sent orf in the Xvageons provided for their iive reached once a good like all the destroyed by the French hut three rccnrhs since they left it the inhabitants pride themselves on its being the birtnplacJ of j one of occupies for tlws night the house in whichi hero was VICLREGAL THE ARMY IN SPAIN Jaracijo l2 nuleslrom Tniiillo August My last was dated the day ifter the battle of at which time expectcd at least to have kept the ground we had gained but on the momirig of tiie M wlien sup from the orders of the preceding that we were to push forward towards and were accordingly under arms at we were marched back to about 20 our General having received intelligence that Souk had reached Plasent ia in our so thatwe imagined we were about to dispose of him as we had already done Master On the morning of the 4th we as underarms at when we learnt Souh was strongly posted in a wood be tween us and Santa our next stage we remained under arms till eight and then moved in a direction to our by which we gained the bridge of about twelve miles from and on the river which we It was certainly a gross in the enemy not to have destroyed this as otherwise should have to fight him at a serious or have fallen back upon where it was more than probable the Spaniards would by that time have destroyedthe bridge and abandoned the by which we should have been placed without support between and on hear ing of our going in pursuit of had again Our return towards Arzobispo gave time to all the wounded men and officers who could be to come up from Talavera though I am sorry to that amongst those necessarily left JsColonel who in leading the charge on the received a musketshot in the A strong division of the Spanish army ar rived at Arzobispo on the evening of the with intent to defend the which is cer tainly capable of being defended against a supe rior force it was the strong position occupied by Cuesta before our On the we marched along the Tagus 22 miles 10 miles 18 miles 3 miles halted to this 12 could be worse than the roads we were crossing the which run almost due North towards the and in many places it wr s to ally impracticable for horses to so that frequently they were On the Gib their the Lord of and their at the Lord in the county of where they were met by the Earl of Countess of jhe Bishop of Le Poer and several othtr personages of the first On tlieir Graces were en tertained a grand breakfast by their noble Lord and Lady at their beautiful Park of which sll the Nobili y and Gentry of the country were invired after which they returned to where they were magUJiicefilly entertained at On Friday morning their Graces and attended by the of the Countess of Lord and Lady the Bishop of Le visited the magnificent castle erected by Viscount Lis During their nothing ceirld ex ceed die satisfaction and pleasure svincedby all ranis of people to see amongst themtheir be loved and on this day an unlookedfor opportunity presented itself for a poor peasant at rite foot oi the Galtce mountains toadminister the rights or hospitality the Lord Lieutenant of the Duchess of and the whole of the party when their with the most exalted left their splendid or the humble which a cabin could afford from whence they pro ceeded to where Anderson had the honour of entertaining the illustrious tourists and their On Saturday his Grace and the Duchess of Richmond proceeded to Casdemar the scat cf the Earl of where their reception was in the characteristic dignity hospitality of its Xobie Proprietor arid his amiable Their Graces and attended by the Earl and Countess of visited Youghall on Sunday and after several persons of fortune and respectability had been presented at a they graciously held fr the their Graces and their party paid a visit to die extensive straw and afterwards to Myrtle die residence of vho being die honours of die place were done by his Hay They were much pleased in viewing die and particularly the uncommonly fine doubleblossoming myrtle of them be ing from 20 to 30 feet propdrtionably and full of some of which her Grace was pleased to About four they returned to Tuesday a depu tation from the Corporation of Bandoivwaited on his Grace at when his Grace was by die Joseph Provost cf widi his freedom in a gold The following have been admitted to die free dom of die City of Cork

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