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Day (Newspaper) - September 26, 1809, London, Middlesex SIXPENCE OR JASC STOeKi AUCTION have greui satisfaction irt if accrmjJsnrttnt tf tuca diraitgeaientiaj iiJm tn amtint lit day nf January JW uFbusiHcsi at tiiit rfrn nitd Bnjkcn feel a ttorpAsittan r are rtsjiectjviiy mfmusl fcVc Scarf r yiitkfir ixttrtttitru ftfejtfonee crbar yutttedithe iriU ia opened for their a i of 6 le dtlnxred at HTflrf WJCI uiU JUC of he a dejrw of patntuSgetlteit toil catpiji in illryttblic mind of Hi utility J TO cuid arp Oiat srrfral apartment tiiilolle for m aid frifatt ittuate in will be by Pdrliaduri r rrfirraal AV orrfrr JOHN J5OOM TO givfn to tuck Persons L rent tlir JJoom centifunvs to thit vriil PUBLIC together with Zte ni WJ Due w v irn in future Kyffrdsrcjtlir J6HX nPHE Death of TJZA X offer fnytetf to T that and I fornejthr toficit tne fionoarofyour If I IJJ8 IMttCrafMlMGitlVICfb on the and the accession Biliilpr NQTHDE hereby thai application intended jo be xBaiJtaijx tHg of Pariivmez for JesvfeWUriiqf tn a BWfor an the in psaiiPgaaAct of bis late Majesty the ata imd the aqd the of I s rs of the LONDON DOCK Jo gire notide that fhey tvili be a oclock ou the 2 of jvplyinjtht Oottipeny foTdZre and coopers t may be by applying ir Wineoeswt Street be raid ft nor unless the Person who makes ic Person on to amwer the cotmty In lOfcif at die Taytcr of London so far as the same relates to the said parish of PaaL Sbadwrit And for repealing Act paSiM m fifteenth year of the reijn uflihuiemt Majesty King Georgo An furjrevenfinr nuisances and obstroctions xvithin Nfew Gra 3tsd ute saveVal tbe parish of m the county pfMW comprised fnan Act tit eleventh year of his present Majestys br mify and toe other plscw ttertin idinatnled And fors jibe better awl 6aploytogthe within the said partA oj PiuLShadwdl for the etter aad tbe Streets utter repairingtie wlftm the larish of and for tfie LONDON ctf the LONDON COM V i five that they wiJl be readf to irv at the at it twrlvt on the 2d ofOctoneri tbe for One with j i tht Contract may be aad asimpfe iuvrn br at the Hobsti in L k IT puid to icy Tender delivered k that uniesi the Person who i Person on attends to answer PARISH Ot Sttuctnbes as MASTER of the W ottho saiB1 art acSVe fiiilg cjrs of tf cmployeu in situation 3 rumnetem knowledge of chicardcas Oviasaers ot chc Poor of I MTtiottt aprtteili6n W by per cUtrtctw trtn tto strictest oi the k on anr das between the hours eleven and w Gmldhail1 NOTICE is hereby That application is inwmird to be made to ParfiaYneat in the ensuing for aa Act for ami enlarjing the the one paisea In fourteenth year of ha Riga of hli present An Act mote effectually to improve and complete the Navigation of the westward of LdndOU withia the Ubcrties of the of and to prevent any Vessel or Sarge frort being Taplow theCounry of acd the otter pissed in the year of the reign of bis presuot An Act for enaWing and Commons of the City of to purehasfc the present Tolls and Dories payabie1 for navigat OE upon the Rrrer wxstwarcT of London yrithia the Liberties of the City of London and for laying a imalTTolI in Beu for the purpose of more effectually said and for other In which ness Act it U intended to provide for the nuirog of Ufcks and Witrs in or adjointag to certain parts of said for tUe purpose ofimproving the Navigation within the junsnictjon described in the said Acts also for Abbey Mill In the parishek Cberwey oroceof in the county of froth its cDmtmjnicatipP he River Thames at the north end of Abbfey1 MSI River to within hundred yards of the MiA arid from thence by a Cut or Pound Lock to comrapmqptt with the River Thames near the south end of the Abbey MUJ Alirfror an Act to alwr arid enlarge of an Act illy OxfunJ at in aypllopdite of hinji cojtrtrWrf to on a mumfacmrVng wilh Dwelliug ill please to tu aud ao im w i f rirT to a knrtw ai Ac Une of buslheiS in all its Irt i I the Puhlic he most write a wfflbe gfaren to bwn bKraEhr to a if t as a liberal salary wULbe tfie most acd respectable T A aanrttsccr a J fey HAXAjcDj i jl and wliere eUe In London on toit July AV SCOTLAND folljwirir from the s b B Cbantig Crew an Beti Lodgate fares CJBJEt ue GoUcc others fBo JrniUergns BBftobjeotf InimlPi umal ewi Post onjy An Act for rendering oiqre anLnr the Port of afld of several other 4nec the Provisians of said Act which new Act It is inteuaed to provide forthe Sale or ppsal of nude across the UleofDbgtiwith the Land uijainine ABoforin Act fertile removal of the Market For the Sale of Live now and heretofore held at Smithfield in the Cityof toHigh Pood belonging to River which on theroad Leading from Johpl north on the road leading frem the Angel at Islington towards Battle and South on Sadlers Welb Wtdr Ott Rjver Head with the Sheep and at the northeast corner of tic Monewg to Peter and and the Sba High Pond Reid at the south wttteiid northeast end of called which saif Jast men aonefl together with the buMuigs called McrHn4 Engine w Right and are at in the which In theParish far an Act for cotnhiulng and amending an Act passed in the Jm Session of An Act and Amending Act passed in the APAMBW T Kir jaaij g sftd two owlvdfy ce tad a deal d twelve j circd real Psie Xeres WINE ind itbtuig the be is enabled to dq it at a price weji to Samuel Aniadcl SOLD by by an Oldotaollihed HOtTSE and at LL the cem liicTi isot Ihc I rieiy rt tea rile Kautebpld E 1 cotnpnsing and tpree on a In excellent re and nearly a moder By Kiosttrgri la BarrefiL with i t c V or any other f etitetf now in excellent to PlliUi of m extensrre Tbi KxccUtnt modern eltfiint DTSWIDK Roora capital en the fHihoorv at THE grtiuihe HOtfSHHOIS TURE ad pflsing tnd most ronianhcsllv and of nouqUiqbind jp its of eapftali ing room card and dr HOPK1J Four A Sfibsttntial front of txwder for al yeiritSoni I7H built HwiitJ to at aiBoqntiujl to per Roooy Faaaily with CtMCbhoute with pos A LEASiEHOIlI RTiSI centrically reipedahily liLuateJ aod which eoutains spaciuus drawingrooms diotog and m two aod oil the with roati f room Leasehold neat and faainj with immifdiate Mn on Hie Prospect near the at THE valuable fcr J2 of consisting of four rooms on a domestic foUowinif will be the neat which is dinner fcrrtctj a Wedgwood a valuable French a few good and a set of Ulnthg and fwawifyinfc the moper to arise thereby W wardstncriajfcg the rugclfoi anB repairinfthe said for crying other toH npoii norseff and said bridge jn Hen of the said firstmentioned and to be ap plied to the same ALLJH OKE The onh LOTTERY to IR PRAWN THIS RICHARDSOX Corifflm aid that of tbe vriU he dmrn in One October TMvLottsy has SJXO from Four Tickatt M ttat the Purchaser ofaSbsIe Ticket Prfte of By two TicKey of tfce same if By Ticketsof the same and numerous other To earpaiurs By on the in Curtain nearthe BKe at large assortment of EUtLD ING MATERIALS consisting of about SCO feet of 1060 feet of quartering tundVplecet of SOO feet of oak clank and a mjantitr of oak a quantity of flooring of panole window shutters and window frameiVfour sundry a of and iron lightonchorsecarti saw and icjd tfppe CJL the heart wuh usm and the gentcti LEASEHOLD wjtfe two fyde T WIQ4 ITtU p7 imWy situate FoantanvWacej rf famflwheld for aaaoOTlred same be all four andraaroiedr window cirpett plaimMto the encgllent card of a Gi inUfcnn eret bj order of Adadnbtratnx of jrfiy MrTfeOCT wilfcbwtt Bn Corner coiBireotcBCe fur their for the uu the most coaipktc box of its bind ther maybe known of Hurry New rSflS fee SCaJTbf E COKi a ffie ifiASE of six yean nf a very convenient Fa witi a coach acres of two green apjl tiic Premises are ot road to utmplete twt SSnT largfl c ng cottage which opens to the gar Jrti antFbffice dftto a complete o has jnaoy years in OUtiilon of the present occupier theTentTiira taxrs arc very Please u Blouse High Newington CINPVLARLY O To be OF by PRIVATE by v within mjles of the in fuD md the highest trade is cWefiy by PubBc Wm Tw Weradeaii afcdfa of eslteht ot b ill the greatest facility be comideribly The n U caplul makingaflScv together Ttitb areJn excellent and some the concern rfeflertij an oBjicrunt attractive So gentleman of eipbaAlng a iii The as trelhurrte of paynwnuwW ba ojodurted with KWcufirs nSay be known by application tTby port pear the jtoyat is in 4 grice IL of Modern Lost alia to Ffhv in thft fruitless search Nor where the regulircppfusjon fcondtur and to had w ail EAST INDIES BENGAL Wo v latt Jatfers faan Getieral in thf friendly all Jlfierehces ISeiis qtiarterj the British arroj would up abour the later end AU die object wiich ipere tie formation of the late army in Mnnjemg nappiryancisatisractonly die piiblic intensst in that quarter establidied Kuhieet con sUffiig iris faiamdaal an5 genSfai wel fare of ptefsnef peace and i adjustment of all tEeTifielysubsisting di Smgv tne of b on of the enemy of the English nitioiu KlARCH StjLegwfrarmr at of the encamped in Sir Colonel daigchrnent cond in their encahipmenti on the 23 at and we understand that a miKtarr force wiBaa future he constantly retained at that or sojne neighbouring point on die left bankof die We learn by letters of the 28th that tlie 8th Liffht under the command of Major arrived at KoondaghghautCrom Cawn fbreeimarch of 27 wnthouc is la the best possible or andlia fnen in high aniiouIy wish ing t cross the and to proceed on their march to His Excellency the Com mandirr in Chiefordered a Special Committee to cast sach horses belonging to ihis corps as for actual and gave orders for supplying the regimeiit with a remount froth which had been already and can now take the field with more tive fighting men than any regiment of Dra goons en this side cf APRIL By letters receivedfrom General Ledgers at dated we are that zli matters with the Seiks were settled the two forts on jleft bapk of die Kcere and Feridfi Arhich wero demandcJ from Runjest were given and are pos seKeoTby the British In con reuce of this pacific the corps cf the rxmy tbe date of these preparing to to their respective with a wellappointeii to 6000 wili remain encamped in Loo The country in which Keere and are a sandy nosrtion is about five mites distant from the Coiqnei who cavalry in the vuii six or eight dragoon were preparing to set out On a tour tbreogh the Maun undL to thirbijyi tliem to the ensuing hote they are to sit as i compjittee tor the purchase of The bfiadquarters were axjected to be removed from Kemanl tfe Meerut about theend fr 1 APRIL S9 At after much longer delay thadr had been arising from various un objections on the part of Runjeet all the conditions prescribed te been punctually the stipulated ground and forts have been formally K the British and additional works that ore to be contf held as British posts in Srhmdj a measure at the same time that ft extends security and protectiotttsibe people on the Lft bank of the hnve a powerful effect La maintaining tranquillity on thu The arrangements with Runjeet Sing have beeu thus satifactorily ar broke grounu from on the Kh and made one but halted on tht 5th the course of a day or tvro the were expected to continue their march for tlieir different frontier From theextreme heat of rfr weather during the latter end of March and begiimrttg of thiJ the grand army at Loodehaii nah becoming rather the Europeans but the proportion of casualties very Our late letters from Bxmdlecund represent the weather as being intensely hot j the continue and in high Tie detachment of the European regi employexi on the public service in reached Dinapore on the currentj aftfta quick run up the under a strong southerly Particulan respecting the of AJy with an aov count of that by 30 Officer who was on the spot After Bebontah HiH was carried by1 with amazing labour and the Tfrgre drawn arid lodged in baTteries strutted on the shoulders of the the surnmit a 6pouncier was placed at the distance of 850 yar3s from the to secure the de fences with On the upper shoulders wa a battery for two 12 and at the footof the Inthe Shu hur Rtmaiw wai a third for two and two The was ready on the 11th of and at day the following said jo heavy and so destructive was the that shew a and only fired in intervals whilst our guns were Bv sunset two of thfeir guns were and three of the gates with their laijd ia ruins immense ciisaes of stone and ma sonry were brought Nejt morning oatteries played on the upper gate and powerful and at noon the enemy layed a white At four fofti and at five we occupied The from the late were apprehensive that we would storm on the night cf the but the breach required two days more to render it more practicable from the lower breached to the upper the measurement was eighty descending an angle of Had the enemy defended the breach as gallantly asthey fought at a great efrusion of bVobdmus ine vitably have taken as almost every part defensible but on Iqsjpg the uncle of Lutchnjun at witfiVigjiify twentyfive and one of his soldiers the was ajaJ his In factA3Ty Glror was taksnCoS fornfecf hill of Jtegosdje obsttnateVdefiiscetiiafl there made I never
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