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   Day (Newspaper) - September 21, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUfiUSlIED EVERV MORWIVG AT SIX PRICESIXPENCE LilK ASSURANCE COMPANY Of itwired n tins are Policies at Mi at liiat or ivtitnn jij nmmivt rcnsft building are i Puiicifi ii iiiciimd at i ages dcrhxd from effect Kutijut any additional any average is mfidr i c te India Docks is asrurcd at 2s and Surveys on Ttian ai the Ojfifc in tn in the United of UP SALE BY THfS Army and Nary on the and at by direction of the THE valuable and extensi re STOCK of THOMAS Bank rupt Tlie Leather comprises crop foe calf and seal and vox wax large quan tity crop and various other usual ia tht Coachroaktrs Stock in Trade and Household By on the precisely at by order of the nrHE STOCK in TRADE and HOUSE t HOLD FURNITURE of GEOROJC to DINE atMER on the of OC u tend Uicir Mr previous to the 2d ofOc the at Three Guineas t be be tlie City a Bankrupt comprising a great variety of fashionable household as chous of ulegant drawing room furniture nearly new i also a grfat assortment of new gigs and Becondiand i ash paiincl lancesvood 1 S AND SCOTTS who have Debts under ii may rtpeive a further Dividend o itiicf uj thetound making with th on applying to Greg any morning next be and after then any Satur the same Those Cre former ma in a smal a good dry cellar afld onestal a larce or may to holi FUh Street Io Ije VT tti tiliurt to be by JUr in Epsom coiitainin bjit with dressingrobins at bcH a diuingparlour an library nrrd tnorcinc tabuurrtuigmiitut of Uuairstic ollites cl tliel witti frflit and witha djuMr ia an enclosed with maybe hat near thr I respectable COUNTRY be DlisPCWEX OFby PRIVATE In a STRONG BEER irnies ot the Metrtpolisj hi ful tin hijhrst Thistrade Is by and Leasehold will be included ui the i of nearly cOOO brtt tbe coisideiahly Thj a capital malting twetber vritt n ticilknt and some auvantaBC the concern render ft an object un 10 any Jesjrous of embarkinga 01 The well as the be conducted wiib the utmost liberality bt by appHrutiftn if by post near the Royal U ill three price EVENINGS or Conversation a GoTcrness and her With the addi from Being a Serira of Qrigina interspersed with lllustratire Quo r various Amhors tenUflg and iiioulcate Moral By CA Printed for N NEXT anl Joint Contractors with Go lor the present STATE re tlie that Tickets and Shares are J ill their Poultry Aldgate High Tbe Scheme irv is ridinly has hitherto receired tbe tinl jppnibauon there are only Nnrafci ard the whole will be drawn In One Day svhcn the following Capital Priites anrong the o g of 12 of rior Prizes of SQL is prtstnts jhe opportunity never before the immense Sums of by the purchase of One Number IL is hereby given to all persons whom that application it intended to he made in the cnsuinj tieniotl for leaTe to bring in a rr and maintaining certain I mniLrcial and for making jkndmaintaminj jr i aiuifor making sntf maintaining three or communicate frqm CommprejalDocks is tube and to pats through the Turn i j from Trinity Streerto the called the is intended to the u J Docks to the Rivet i the third to communicate from Uxe said tbt River and to pass through nrcrto Globe Stairs and also for biiild maintaining three sevoTil one over navigable or i and maklflj proper andpas IiridirtJ and and for Erecting temporary making temporary roadsj and passages narvigahle or ii d l and for making and maintaining djpiins uroslnor same1 premfets 2nd diverting other drains andWttercourses in jll which intended navigable c ana the pre T same are Intended to il or In die parish of n jc couny of JOHN Solicitor to the Commercial Dock Mildreds Ponltryj CIC is hereby that applicationis 1 ti be made neit Session of in a BUI for repealing an Act patted in the nign of his present Majesty Kong George An Act for the better imjloying the Poor within the parish of in the county of for re Act passrd in the twentyninth year of the reign King George the An ilie Nightly Watch and and bet and and other rcpairmg the within the parishes of Hamlet of Rat arlsh of in the comity of and yt of in tbe Liberty of Tower of D far the same relates to theaaid parish of Su And for repeanug an Act passed In t isr of the of his King George An Act for paving and and vtntini niusiiicssand obstructions within New jQraviel Collection of valuable Forfeited RO at thoir Spacious RoomsJ at AN excellent assemblage of FORFEITED comprising 700 of usefal pbttej de rant diamond and jine pearls and loote a Variety of rtpeatrnr and and metal capital guns and fine French cambrics and with rich ineicellcntissorunenjot ing table and bed silk and cotton and other useful property of the fol lowing Strand Hounds ditch Norfolk Street Marylebone Street Oanbotirn Alley Skinner Street Princes Street Ciarinj Cross Lpndon Road Rathbone Place Westminster Road Georges Fields Brewer Street Brydgei Stiert Field Lane Pledgee in months to SALES AUCTION To MarketGardeuerS sod GravingOops of Po Heelmot Mr at Bariowsj the Castle at ALL the BOtf froaiog on about leu of laud near Cock and Respectable with imjpediate and House By Brickbuflt Old with large eonver nlent with modern bow paVed double fronted Brick built warehouse one story good fcIUring and other The whokin substantial anj wefl appropriated for tie businesshas beeg juccessfuJW cupicd Ijy two tenants upwards of SO ijprestnncd an eligible opportunity for a substantial brickbuilt Dwelling befcg adjoin two stories with payed and other FOREIGN dchgbtfuJly Surrey Kent at at by order of the Proprietor A Substantial Brick DWELLING contalnilig closets and ntatpartqur arid duiing upvflth marble chimney pieces andbearthsj and good entrance iatt on tfce front arM bSck Wjthdressen imf dry arch coal and 3nd kitchen garden Trell wiihctoSeeTruitand fishfcmd axl potilay detached coaicb sabHngfar ftpi The siniationjjs aboit two Kui Pint a choice collection of Canary Birds and Brccdir on near opposite NcwJugto ALL the neat genuine HOLSEMOLl and other the projerty of tbe latS JoH by onler oflbJ r obiuprising berldiug rnahugdiiy double cbest of st of manoany ditto dining cnrpetn tworijtiijiBy tunie famil the esteemed fancy collection cboice csnary with of breeding and other 1 n gilt pier SOUK kitchen fumi about Itrv rhaldroiu of suudrjr lorn garden uitb otuer useful autl domntic ar By at the in Spring under an TfASHIONABLE HOUSEHOLD FUR A NrTURE of efery valuablebooki and book other Tsrought from the Dy of Leicester at the Auction in Srrinr at under an Execution o the of A LEASEHOLD in Dyers Build for about twenty producing an annual profit of lot ICv And Ten Shares iu die Atlas As Leawliold Upper ADAMSON and at at EASKHOLD wiih exec eitnalc in that improving nhoo No Shadwcll lontniniug four ami mid calcalatcd for a aic B Itrra of 21 tit 17 nrrannura but tbr ycnri at JUT To WholcsakGrucem and Teadea or an otheis ruqiilrliiJ Extcmiiv w ith Dwelling mar tbi AUAMSON and ai at CAPITAL LEASEHOLD J situated Lower anj to the having B wwc lioujj IQO feet in iliplb aud 20 fret with a stack o ami nn a cniniurtabre HI id IJwelline with do ucitic Tlic Premises nre in a trmrougl of aod cnlrulattd for carrying wi oa nttciasive IUSIIIOKS lild for n term of 21 at a tnmlertitc rent h the scviml of in the county of Mid M in an Act passed in the eleventh year of rglgnyfor paving and Tegitltrihg Pfcscnt 7 tluotl for the better I within the said parish of rcgularing tht Nightly Watcli and j nuablr IxasclioM lyrn A DAMSON mid at at AN excellent and with mQdcrnfronted go reel in couvcnicnt attached buck and respectably tit ended tfce niid in the superior part nf nbout 5 North of in the of H The onTinicntly fitted and in a truly aifrantageoua situa ion for businessheld of the Coryoratton uf he City of for a teroi of from Ladyday a f Toumlient of subject ta the low 6nt of sl for 14 irhich Ulii properly iiost equal on lease to William mustrespectable which at Christmas at only 6sL per uf the estimated value of leasehold Erwelling excellent ADAJ1SON at at by dirtclion of LEASE of very dnrabte JL coiisjMrogof a comfortable three stories viHi two and three roomson a lijhl irarchotue ground twohart feut iu and commrinifaCing Bull Mlnirflanc also a range of good dry and other admirably cituatrd for a ninety of whole Male requiring Premises contiguous to the wn held of the Corporation of the City of Lolxjlon for an unexpiredlenh ofohe at 30 guineas per an and for further term of 21 at per an num Household fine old Bottled and at his Koonm fullvwine at pcntttne HOUSEHOLD FtlRNI TURE comprising excellent fieldj other bedslradsjjind chintz cotton prime feather amt Palampore wirtdAw anfl be Brnnels tables and iulaid Pciwbrpkcj seta of dining chests of bookcaw and tiirjfe pier ttid CttifaJ nne Uble plated and India1 Ctriba ct i reign and English FL t fitt a farge iron property of n tVe pennitted tu jell ait tfu miles from the BridgeSjiuJd conunqnclinjr riniiiterrupted views of tbe Kent and Hiflt are in good and are colease fdranuneTpired term of 9 yeart from Midsummer it a Miy be and printod Partitulart had 9f parraways and of Samuel afid Appraistrj London Peremptory Notice of Tavern heights of at a net rent of 3CK per IxH and 2 beta for a term of which 53 years and a half wifl bcuneipiredV at StfrfeY Kent Vahiablcjfceajehofd with large and innkeeper of and Chief of the In The following description his been given of this infamouscharacter is a stinnglybuilt much eloquence he wears a broad green Tyrol with a long herons feather in his and a part of his breast and his dress that of Tyrol Hi A headquarters are at in the Palace hii adjutants arelike butsome officers are among whom frre some from fugi Hye Swiss and he has taken it into head to be the William Tell of the Tvrolesj but in the insolence arising from the success of some of his he seems to have forgotten that the Lmperor Icon will suffer no new Vendee between ItaJy and Thefollowing Reports have been received occu1 from Marshal Commander in Chief pied the height with four Spanish two Dutch army m Brabant and Zealand Portuguese and 1000 men who had i infantry under my command ar just come from Cmdad making in all j rived here evening at at Wemel arid immediately afterwards a battulion of chasseurs proceeded to Ter tlie enemy had left at eight the preceding To The Paris National Guard is wholly orga nized their equipment will be ready this and they will be furnished with fresh The 6th corps under the orders of Marshal the Duke of Elchingen proceeded on the 12th from on their march to On their arrival at the heard that the ene in great occupied Aldea Nueva and particularly the heights and passes i of Tlie advanced under General actually teli in with the enemy at Aldea Nueva to attack and to succeed were the work of a moment the position was and tlie Sd regiment of hussars made an excellent by wfiich enemy were defeated and They in small the principal corps TTT position tt HOUSEHQfJD fix his Tbwer The natures i ul c and kitchen utensils tofaajtwdt heoessary reouijrte forl ana heoessarr on Ae frtjtltune of the uaual qualities the above effects wil be Sold br Virtue of awrictrf directedo theSBertff if between and 5000 in an almost impreg nable die natural difficulties of which he had increased by rendering all the footpaths ui v iit feadingio it by breaking cutj Lientenanf Bruno5 cook trenches across and blocking jn them tip with pieces of As soon as die eschelons ofthe army hadpenetrated as far as Brmosrour troops advanced agahist die That instant the soldiers forgot the extraordinary fatigues of a nine hours march in excessive The 59th and 5Oth regiments moVeal on with the greatest and made themselves masters of the and even attempted act upon die but dlis cost him The advanced guard formed in a and a conflict widi the oayo nej in which die completely The hussars and chasseurs completed die and made diem fly in die utmost They were pursued beyond Montemayor The whole of tljis which Py Bohng fumitnreand E Gate broke TTHE ceased and cii and dinikywnituresvfiDe seasoned gooee feather of cellaret ind and mahogany a variety ofkitchim feited By JAMES at hii Gracecborch Tfiiiind foUoirine and diversified Collection of PRO eictltent silver an3 metal gold hrilbMU Bother riogSj Eraoer andiundry of icj Wyardu of 50 pieces of Irah a itariety of bed furni and ladiei gentle mens 60 Ion afjuuuettold and numerous other A By and at their near Ftnsbury Great number of amotget wWch tn seasoned steady chaise FOR SALE BY To Woollen Jnnj andJARMANs Warehouse Coleman Street Golcman at five IHE large and valuable at Warehoaaeraan leaning off consistiBj bf 3000 yards superfine and lecyond superfine 1 SCO milled and single 1150 64ths naacy blue AUo drab tripe furniture left 1 200 on the suffered Our dragoons were in several1 places obliged to dismount and fight on The artillery wua weH A private of the 59th regiment This Day is in 4 price THE ADVENTURESOF RALPH cches Modem Chiracttn WILLIAM The ways of Heaven are dark and Pp zzlua with jind purpUied errors Our understaTding traces thvm Lest and bcwilderd in fruitlesssearch Nor witbhow much art ifie windingt Nor where the regular eonfuiiou Printed for Richard LocJon i and to liad of al AliL IN ONE The only LOTTElfiUobe WM THJS RiCaAltyriON ami Corahjil and acquaint vtbc that whole of the STATE LOTTERY will drawn IhOrte 20th of October TUis Lottery KU only1 Numben frori 1 to four 0e PutcbaserofaSnigle Ticket wflJ gain a Prize pf By two Tickers df the same a Prize of Three Ticketj of a By Jour Tickets of same i Prize of and all Prizes in tie CAPITAL 4 of i I of 4 of I 12 of 4 of I And DOtTnred Blanks to a IS ranted New ami for hb ncrr impruvvd VA with Spiral that bums without most ever irom in fur all purpofts rhere a light is Patent Lamps with ouptHON the and jrill found sn jjcrior to any otter for their simplicity ond RooBui areepra at thi onuriT Lamps in Uif of the laaap is Jpept Wiiwg by Com pare jildgc ibr Tliey tmnhot be TJorchswd vtlji other lioote in 0 NEW INXHKlH HAfsI r N coriseqaence of tie verj great complaint late ofthe bad of j Nol has Dear thirty to try the expeiteeJit of Fur with WA Iwid fa wHeh be hoi fauiA n only fbc theJt inmost uTbwftratnd to wear timr suckHBiUas are made in ie Mole Fonmakingr them terttfre ttab thef aooai cbanwiurs OBUkDy roide of ini with the has wefl 10 a catoat l the outse of the nt seired a standard accordin the rest were bro the Our loss was very 6th corps continued their driving befor them small partits of the who fle to the There were at Salamanca 1400 an 400 tinder the command ot upon learning that the pas of Banos was commenced hrs retreat i the direction pf Ciudad 6t corps at Salaftianca on tlie inhabitants of and particularly the Bishop conducted themselves the best manner all of them hastened to relieve the wants of th Letters froxn Manual confidently report th nimoux that the mtetmarriage of the Prince of Bavaria whhlhe the eldest daughter of the Ejnperor of Austria will take immediately afterthe signature o the treaty of and that this union will b the pledge ot that which is subsequently to take place befween Austria and It is that the ofBohemia will ia future constitute an independent State and have for its Sovereign an Archduke of Aus who is to be a Member of die Confedera tion ofthe Late reports which have been received con cerning the pursuit of the remains of Vanegass prove that the victory of AJnymacid is one of the most considerable which has been gained in Spain since the called new tri no longer by his presence gives that miorhry impulse to events which nothing can It is said that the battle of Almona in its may be compared to the battles of Moles and This capital continues to enjoy the most per The energetic measures adopted by the sipce his make an impression upon the since they perceive that his Majesty is resolved no more to forgive those who so long abused his The secu monasteries proceeds without any opposition Uil THB JIANDWKmsfG O IUS MAJESTY THE KING OF TO HIS HZCHffKSS THE the 3d regiment of the line ii at and watches die enemys move s in and the whole line along die East Scheldt before Kallendyke the 2d regment pos sesses die town cf Tcr and has die guard of Nonh with two companies of chas seurs the 1st regiment of occupies and guards the and the whole cast coast of the Scheldt Irom die Sloe to HoedkLnschurch the Lieute nant Qeneral Bruno himself at Ter Goes de huisars are to take a position in die district of Ter and the whole line of fore posts is tilLd widi numerous while die artillery shall be quartered in reserve behind Ter Goes die fortress of Badiz is occupfed by die Gth Tlie enemy has not yet evacuated but every thinpannounces that he will not delay abandoning for he does not work at Ihe and it ii imagined that he is embarking his heavy 1 add A list to the report of the of the enemys ships now in I received die mHthrown inrn Ter eleven where I is possible before night there en and thrown into same at spent mav be some further rhy will not la suffer favourable an op sorttinity to pans avaiimg mysetfof to reeom Tiend myself to your f have to hitbrn your the bray conduct of your troops in tite battle Iflsnot possiole for any tct do their duty the whole army dpes them Their jrive Commander was most worthy to tAem but he met with his death In tfie field no one has More causeto lament him than myself hope to mitigate tha calamity fiaj Ms by thus biforming So good a Prince as yofif HigftileM of the great meria of this gbing On very The are hasten std their alliea are foliowing their UeitKerthfropitior tfit other will take with theni the greater at of their artafery or fl tape soon to bring the army of La Mancha to an en u I fiope tfet tie army of which threatened my Will not be able to keep or at least be unable to undertaJte any further T beg your Highness to accept this of my sincere attachment and your Highnesses sincere JOSEPH On the the Marshal Duke of ac companied by die Prince Royal of turned from Vienna to The report that has been evacuated by the rrertch1s On theSOth of Augost tbisprftvinte was occnpied the enerat and the bavarian Wir In the Bridewell at Munich is at pre a front had drawn upon arud ac Intelligence from of the 25th of Au Yesterday some French pinnaces Forth but afterwards proceeded not whether die French army lias made a The communication with Prince de Ponce Corvo is become more diffi is rertaiuly the reason why I received no answerto myletter of the The Marshal of At the ChippeJ ajJt fast Here a list of die vends amounting ia alj to r RKPQHT PROM M VRSHAL was taken your Majestys This ehterpjrise appears to have caused die greatest astonishment to the The same evening I proceeded to Ber where I arrived widi all my at Admiral Ruijsch and General de Gorernor of die gave me all die assistance in their in order to collect the vessels necessary for die transport of die troopi with which I was to repair to South We embarked on die about On quit ting the several of die vessels stranded I followed with die and arrived at five in the evening before who was at anchor at distance of one and a half cannon saw our without making any attempt to interrupt and all my troops were disembarked without any acci Our horses could not be disembarked die morning of the Gth and during the die enemy amused himself with sending soms soldiers in who fired with upon which were protected by a battalion of the 3d regiment of the After the I sent three companies of chasseurs to take possession of die town of Ter and I went diither likewise wish MijorGeneral Seed Chief of the General At seven oclock we entered amid the ringing while the Master of the and General one of your Majestys best collected his troops around Wemel dingen On die at the jroceedkd with diree battalions to while two battalions were placed behind the rt During die and at I wai nformed that the hostile force which environed me was still We saw 218 well frigates as and widiout epunt ing which from the mist could riot be The enemys fleet in die East Scheldt was1 drawn up at ZieriJczee before the and above by 120 ships were moored ndas West from Borselen to Phis being our we were somewhat rpesed but when die enemy perceived that up the and that our riflemen were at Ellewoatsdyk where he stood ngreat he thought Himself more exposed lan wewere for during the evening and wididrew on the one side to and n die other behind and in the KOORJ pot When our riflemen came to die ertemy who occupied village and our voltigeuts made a few Ser jeant Smit alone too It four so much were they t eveland is raising six or seven each of four on the in order to de fend die Leaving Bruno die care of watching die I yesterday proceeded to taking wish me Captam of Van a distinguished whom I cannot too strongly recommtndtoyour Intelligence which arrived vesterdav even Since yesterday the enemy had not approached South Beveland lie occupies that travellers are arrived from Inteigence w signed Andreas ing announces that toe enemy is evacuating ier   

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