Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Day: Friday, September 22, 1809 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Day (Newspaper) - September 22, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY MORNJNG AT SIX v PRICE SIXPENCE thr GENERAL POST Juv SA A TFS tif Amount of Tioo Hundred been recovered and ojlhe Post AlcrcziitHe House in i a manufacturing toumin Sahitff of the 9th of by and other by i i mid thrir CiHiitry ni ndrHtidn to the many r fy tke Ordfrt of the will of his Postmastrr f r BFNEFT of WESTMINSTER September will bepre and pleaiUig Variety of ENTER a urw Comic will sustain different Characters and Night Master Laurent will perform Scotch Pas and a l and begin at Half jast Oakley ir Aniphitheatrtj where Places for the from ten till four G r KINGS intending at MER 2Sth ofOC names to the 2d ofOc ecOutneii to diis Society will Vestry Rcfbrnof Saint on Wednesday at i JAMES 1 Hi BUG from WILLIAM 1 n near 1 the Public for a length cccasinuaUy ascribed certain of the Tvcatbcr tome and several o Or us actually to prefix my name to what Weithcr in according to of lie changes of the Such a by some v S xn vcrjjately inserted into a very respecta Injustice to that the Public should be unde v declaring that the Tuble pretEOded to be of my well as every prognostication of the state of r h u his appeartcf in the as ascribed ross WILLIAM I l BRIDGE Ynvinia Coffee Gepcral Assembly of held this in the Chair from tins was and also the Toceedings since the 26ih July That George Thomas r t Henry Tliomas and elected ou the Committee the said That Ralph Accounts he referred to being or he bythe Two by Ralph nd Fifthby those Four to j upon the investigation of the Accounts Thai the airv tinre of those to be made within the Committee may shall be conclusive on the and that such previous bonds or be entered into to abide the as shall and that the Committee be requested t o take any measures in their for com uod J toIoupe in safe custody as large a part as umm in in order to wait the dejrmi Thjt the Thanks of this Meeting be given to the I r their conduct in managing the affairs of the Thnr these Resolutions be signed by the Chair puUohoi in three Morning HENRY That the VHuriks of this Meeting be given to for his able and impartial conduct in nr Next of Kin of CORNE late Cook NKrctianrShip ill to Grace of Swan East they will hear of in pace and in fine price S on ANCIENT cxhi Summary of the ai Ci of the and Grcriaii By for and Inter v STATE A NTW AND IMPROVED 1 NG of only FIVE THOUSAND to be Drawn In One Thl CUVlit of i 500 r and not Three Blanks to a bres are tellingby at thrif State Lottery il and no where efaeinLondon on duly and Schemes IN ONE N LOTTERY tobeDRAWNTHlS ami 1 Charing acquaint the iU of the New STATIC LOTTERY wifl r Ore of October Lottery Numbers from 1 to Four sothatthe Piuxhaserof a Single Ticket of two Tickets of the same Pizc of By Three Tickets ofthe of By Four Tickets of the same 1rize of and all other in the CAPITAL f I 8 of 1 of 12 of fiOOL 1 of I And not Three Blanks to a Prize and CHARING iSH begs leave to remind the that STATE LOTTERY begins and finishes Drawing NEXT MONTH theoNLV LOTTKHT that will be drawn THIS is perfectly highly and the more i the more it it admired it contains I 4 I I 12 of whole of which will be decided in Owi DAT j there L i purchase is whilst and 1 in great variety at the above oldestablished PERSONS hi the COUNTRY the as if send or carriage with good SALES THIS Counting House Dessert and Tea By at his BorouKh Hiah at HOUSEHOLD FURNITUREand Effects conrisring of four and press bed with marine and cotton father beds and French secretaire ahd wardrobe an4 Kidderminster an auction room a cancel double and tingle counting house dessert anil and mi merous other Capital fast sailinjf at Ihe Gun at wirbogt A Remarkably fastsailing well kuown as the PHCEN1X of burthen 40 feet and 15 feet beam she nt a saratl be convtrtctl into a very complete and is admirably adapted fur auy trade where expeditioa IB required with a liglit bur I She iiuuw lynig at Worting EleittuI Houseliujd Grand Pamtin ThoroughIneJ the Property of B NCKR STANLEY v By SHARP and Wortiug near Basi Tliis and following Saturday Sfoudsvt ily and very elegant HQ consisting of consisting PrtHhixjke and in red Brussrls and oturr ipajiojrsny fOttrpoFt ami utlicr piiUK goose fcnther beds and iu1 of a must elcjranl and ctolly trench on a verde antique marlilc CU cioas bronze figures and a brilliant tmed and two upright by Stodart anJ solne fastmnable and wellbniU six beautiful thoroughheed bay well and di eight beanlilul costly sets of ol choice ooiuprisiucr about 800 dozen of inper8rlBavourcil old old Service of tuiliioimble braiy of vulu able comprising nf tlip bent e rrry large oT bound contiiuingr two dif HandcTu works in and fine by OaaisboMagbj rich Diesden and in and lire uiiclflrad farming va luable oak the materials of a capital iron Millir ji Stock and By WIL on the New at THE Fashionable STOCK in 1 HOUSEHOLD and liner and Dressmaker the of silk ditto hand straw tie furniture consists of mahogany fourpost bedsteads and cotton goose feather beds and mahogany and Pembroke an eightday clock in a mahogany window a mahogany counting house desk with brass kitchen re Shop Mahngany top Counter By on the Poul at by direction of the PART of the HOUSEHOLD Shop and Effects comprising four post and coach top good feather beds and kitchen a capital maho gany top nests of paten Household liuc oln Bottled and By at hii Orchard at genuine HOUSEHOLD FURNI comprising exrillcnt and otlier anil rhiutz cotton priutc gtiose feather beds and beantitul Palampnre viudow aud licussils mid picr lables and inlaid uid rlaw sets of dining chests uf wanl tiookcaje and large pier and chimney fiue table and btd planed beaiKHul aud I udia ju panned cu a fen and rints by esteemed a Mt the Costume of a small library of Fo reign and 1ugliib 24 dozen of a lugc iroa uad othiT the property of a from his No the convenience of not being permitted tu ell ou the and East beaHrbppoai HPHE iHOUssjaaLD a JL a pair of V a removed con sisting of fourpost andfteW bedsteads with cotton furni goose feather bedr and jnahogany double and single chests of japanned and other Vx several iax Kennet and and Somerset and Kent Water W Bristol Assurance CK be in the following jes and Huddersfield East Golden and J3fiti3h Ale Atlas and Voptj to Thomas Cornhi NAVIOABLEV To be Kennet fieldv and Kent Eiw Assurance S NewBridge A Furnished be SOLD by Hlwrv contatoicg two eh select 8J4 reritvoad held for EOJ with Bond St arid Assurance Office r by Navigation dividing per wjj Htidderi harOf gThflmea and Medway Vottaf and Want bv in excellent rc Furniture ef a oa moderate by Mjj ct 3rtE WE R d of the mprt i The cieht ttore j neatly fitted i join the Thr J at z considerable with Thames fistfucted Btiai iest ittentioQ to and capa colfifeijuettce and re ai in one lif near spacious and Dwelling Iialiie best stateof repair ad r mriiEulars had The Portuguese Government were fully satis fied that there was no but to allow Father Roderigo to he put to or to effect his liberation by an appeal to They diJ not and the latter determina tion was The Portuguese ship of and an armed were as close as the waterVould to two neigh bouring Chinese while the Portuguese troops marched out of and invested the forts on the land the Chief English at the same time ordered thecompanys ships to suspend their intercourse with the shore and preparations were made for such offensive measures as die case might re Affairs being in this the Podre was now demanded in due It was perempto rily required that he should be forthwith de unhurt and it was in the event of any unnecessary two whichwere closely should be and that the life of every man in the two garri sons should be held answerable for the safety The Portuguese were resolutely determined to carry their tLreats into execution and their resolution not escape the penetration of the foreseeing tlie danger and bloodshed that certainly arise frojn a perseverance in the either or to detain the acquies ced in the was trium phantly restored tp to his and his This instance of the good effect resulting from the and honourable conduct of the this an example we will not be lost in any future cast of misunderstanding widi the Moclcraliou and Jike every iWier have their A acquiescence in every caprice and unreasonable prejudice is an un manly expedient itiYthe sacrifice of a principle to temporary and must tend to pro with die evil diat i scats to faction which the apathy of the Farivuns had on tins occaiion excited in the mind of the Minister and that he attributed to the ene i censure which sprartpfrom his but the whole odium of which he of the rnics of 1 nvn he iiraid to If the Parisians were so why endeavour to wound their stlflove by re minding them ot the insulting language of their enemies and for the spesdvelf Juform thaL now Saleat all tfedi Cbaring Cross of this is er most app in the of M Bast liedfatrib uted it of of 4 of Boidcs the b This Lottery also offered to the Public or by with Go jjijSf ATE re and Shares are Poultry Scheme ffe are Nnjnbers of ijoeot K of 300K of 5 iflBP wjujrinrBpvtv Jjefnrc the unmetneSumi of of Ofie Number Ponsbonie iuifii Frcebolil ut at in ASingnlarly ex FREEHOLD Called tuuet desirably situate ucar in the several parishes of Little and iu thccrmnly of Hertford about sot miles Bar aud and only IBmUcr froiu Luiuiun consistiuf of an elegant and substantial containing a suite of handsome and treUprsportioned with nftceu aud oilicca of every perfectly Ituge double capital krtCbcn and pleasure grounds tmstefully must beautifully seated in Ponsborne cunUining about 160 chiefly incloscl with park and extremely well ornamented witli timber together with the Mnour of abuundm wJih variety and Vithin tbe Hirtlhld bunt of fox ond a very valuable domain of upwards of looo tying nearly within a ringfence and comprising KVerol and compact in tbe occu pation of sundry rcipeclabie Hemus and Tavistock Rnssell Eligible Leasehold at Guraway at in TWO DWELLING VJ recently built and fitted up by the tor in a style of modern neatness and donvenienccj under the inspection of hh own situate in that part of the pleasant called Hemtu numbered 2 and The Houses each consists of eight including the with folding doors in the drawing room atbd satu ary chimney marble ditto on the ground z waued garden 80 feet kngth held for air iinexpired term of 97 ywirs from Midsummer at ajow ground rentof nine land and fit for Jrnmediateoccb Lots 3 and 4 consist of Two Leasehod Chine with one stall in granary and wepdon for RussenSquarc h3d for an uneipired term of 92 years from Midjammfer at a ground rent Sf at GracKhurcb A Valuable anddiversified Collection ofPRO PERTYf consisting of eicellent sOrer and metaT chainv feaUj brilliant end otHer Hngij and sundry W lots of houieho Our n intisflKfinnf Prrinft tn die 20th of and left and friendly relations between the English and Chinese pretty nearly reestablished in their for mer channel and although the present advices certainly confirm the account of all differences being ultimately yet thp interval be tween the date of the late now was distinguished by transactions that not only threatened to disturb the friendly ar rangement that had been so lately but to lead to direct and open hostility between the Chinese and Portuguese in from the na ture of the the English rrrust havetaken a part as The the judgment displayed on this occistehby the Por are highly creditableto the A short exposition of trie probably entertain the civriostty of die The Portuguese Father who as interpreter to Admiral Drury ana to Roberts in all the thatoccurred during the late misunderstanding between the English and by tHe active zealous part that he took in the affairs of that displeasure of the Viceroy principal Mandarins of Father Roderigo had beep long regarded by the Chinese with an eye possessing afl inquisitive and great personal Tie some time with dan er and succeeded liisway to after residing some time un that he returned safely to Macao Tins clandestine yisit became iome time to of Catitqni jippri the Mandarins expressed their abhorrence and rndignationat the imposi as they termed thatftad bfeen thus suc Cessitjlly practised by the On Arlmnral Drurys proposed vtsft to with the fleet of arroed Fathe accompanied the Admiral and on the Chinese firing from their fort ind warboats upon the Admirals this spirited Priest stooderect upon the stern taking his cowl in his i cheered wkhikreeioudiuizzas thence 35 theChinese aHetfeedpnd the to incitetheEJBmrSeamen to and reduce the fort to rnstant In course of tie ParttK willing and En thoughsilenl his and pcrtunity to sacri6ce the Fathi proper victim of All the differences with the English lowed to Ke adjusted Admiral Druryj wi principal men of the rxansports and were to before die Viceroy and Mitdarins jiwiged it diat their re nponr the of As soon as English ships and had sailed ihe usual trantjiullity was treacherouslyjnveigledibe yondthe jPoJTucucsfi jwhen ne was setzeelattasentalJrispner The THE FRfeNCH TO TrlE i FROM THE that Buonapartes Government has published upon the the measures he has the details he has circulated rela tive to the extent of die means of or die endiusiasm with which the French have marched to the defence of their menaced One side diat he to disguise from the French nation die effects of his improvi and on die other to persuade the English die pbpiilatjonrof France is eager to Bbt itttni disposition jeally if tlierftbe mtriatiiaticln sporitarieotis movement to oppose every atternptr and defend the authority of the man whois theauthor of her miseries and her why all those proclamations of and Generals Why all these appealswhich appear destinedrather to give rise to the sentiment that produces than o direct the impulse of and which exaggerate the danger in order to operate by what could riot be obtained by affection Never were there so many and and we mny well say that the of Buonapartes writers has been more employed than the of his Yet some agents have felt diat by giving to SIR ROBERT WILSONs A letter at Ikjar on die 10th by an officer in the Portuguese Legion to a friend at relates some of the laborious march of Sir Robert Wilson and galLmt little from his in neighbourhood of towards It appears that the French had forced a number cf Spaniards to en list in their se vice ninetyfive of made dieir escape from die and joined the Legion and could Sir Robert have remained a day longer at there is no doubt that me whole body would have On one all the in cluding die papers and military had a very narrow from being seised by die and were saved only by conducted over the almost impracticable pass of Jn the beginning of last while the of die campaign was still di patches were intercepted ac El be iides instructions relative to die an account of peace hiving been concluded between Franca and according to which the Emperor Francis had resigned all his dominions except Hungary and it was added that in jr weeks Buonaparte was to be at TJiis intelli gence appears to liave occasioned coniderable unearjness but die dipatch evidently was an artifice to precipitate the retreat cf the combined and to induce Commander in Chief to upon die naval under the impression that allfurther resistance to the arms cf France would be in Among die Officer i of the die neglect to delcnd the pois of in the first appears to have been considered as a most cala mitous event and it was understood that two days after the battle cf Lord Welling as well as General was inclined to detach die Legion to guard that important but most unfortunately a different decision afterwards The cf the Legion did the greatest credit to their officers during this exhausting and trying and they appear to have been well received by the inhabitant in die coxrrse of Qn the the Legion arrived at Cuta de where they found die enemyhad murder ed 5 besides plundering every in the and committing die eicessea to wards the VICEREGAL The Marquis and Marchioness of Thomond had the honour of entertaining the Viceregal party on Wednesday at die beautiful ot the A splendid ball succeeded to a superb and costly dinner and the which had been collected in honour of die pre scrTce of their did not separate until a late hour in the On the succeeding day their Graces and suite were sumptuously aiid elegantly entertained on their proclamations so lively a so aniboarj the by Admiral mated a they would give the fie to the i During the the Royal Standard was flying at ardour which is suij to havebeen excited in of the France by the appearance of an English and tnat it would be concluded from the warmth oF their that there really is much apadiy umong the more adroit or injaudenl than the they announce that by which they in the the formation of the national who are to march in 24 were rendered avoid the disorder and contusion arise from die eagerness with which the fants have proffered their and flcrwn the defence of the On this account theyannounce that Napoleon regulate Ihe Zealand ardour 6f Frenchbj determining guards who might give themselves up to their That is tp the tyrant profited by and that every other ship cf war m the was leauufulr decorated with Their Graces arrived on board the Hagship about six oclock in the and the event was announced by a Royal salute from the and Drurys pleasure yacht also complimented the circumstance with twenty one after the batteries had The spectacle had generally a very splendid ships of war preserved the ornamental ar rangements of their colours until the departure of which did not talce place till this a magnificent ball anctthe choicest refreshments having enticed their stay to that A royal similar to the firsvamiouncecl the period when the Illustrious Visitors returned to enrol by violence the parents these Con This day the Dpke and Duchess of Richmond scriptswhom he had sent chainedPfe the banks i and suite wiit entry into this of Danube or the Tagus aflff whilst tie hitter leave their native land without hands fend cV cultivate and die with their blood or bleach their bones a foreign he forces the to take up arms and abandon their to the regular is making distant whilst France is open to the attempts of the smallest army that might on her iparte knows that this is die first the when they were islanding of the English army to prffijIfjiFie discontents that might takes care to tell throfigh Clarke and diat before he quitted his and that tude for his subjects foresaw every of his reserve in such a tp put of gs an TVeneb territory could not be the effects of this diat Ant and and the surrounding coasts were as only by a few garrisons mexperiepced It r V 2JC dered die attempt of die j but now diat t had the he die English dared not atta ren not useless and im itipn has s to shevrf national gua Eouche wa waqtrng w prudence and discre tiopwhenhe of Lavetoooften acciised GS of Their Graces escorted by a strong body of the cavaljy On Sundaf his will review city and se veral of the corps in the vicinity of We have no doub but that the occasion wiH bring out the full strength die respectivecorps which T the brigade and we appearance of as fine a body cf yeomanry as any which the British Empire could LADY BATHS circumstances of a question is simply very singular Whether the A cause has lately been instituted in Doctors Commons respecting the the late Lady under The Ecclesiastical Court can rectify die errors of her and thereby carry her testamen tary intentions The Jats Countess of bsmg die only child of Sir William died wid out In July in contemplation of a marriage between at diat time Baroness of Bath and her cousin Sir Pukeney articles of agreement were entered into between whereby all her real and personal except as therein were conveyed to upon die trust therein and a power was given Ladj Bati to disposethereof ty deed err Wbilrthe articles of were LadyBadi gave yerbstldtrecuons fo s pf the Sourt to K she to execuK soon afteifhSfiharriSje directioni headjofa one of theSu Cl 11   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication