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Day (Newspaper) - September 29, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNfrKV At PRICE SIXPENCE r J AUCTION great satisfaction in an i of rtich arrdngrincnts as u ttf L3V uj J titulary ncxlt Jbr n wrroW ho feel a arc informed the Stcrc r or juxr iaiv t te U in tiftfttcil fvr their J tttth aitjtrttffrtxte v f he deUiffTfd if t fitcri n jicrffci idia of the a of thai tnicd iti the public niiiid utility ffy of tic JGHX WESTMINSTER of TDNLSDAY October and the o the Amphitheatre btingopen for this j a variety of and select Nl S he brought aj will be ol the 1ljccs taken at tic A oclock i rrMsTTl of the VolSMMTlON ot VTN CHARLES tbe K i lieitliv tiiat a General y of ihe of this I c held i oil nVif the fw In mlu iuli several iiud aRepott i it e the method propolcJ by that oljrrts of tliu K ae H the uumner of 1 M jirrjiTcd to scnC the Office of Ji a und on oHier JAMES ilVS u corusE TI nrr t of Prac liy Halinfftou ami Curry Chr and Allen by Allen Theory of by Curry aiid and DitcHSps of and or Laws of hy Haighton Structure and ih I c r with those on Pructice of at c are to mi of tin in ivitrrfrie in ihe hours of airl tinwliolc if ralrulntcd to form a cotn ilicul InstmctioD 1 Iaiticulajs iniy ue Uarnt from o inv B under in wife and hrmsatf are in takMthU op that it is true he cn L i ptTfunn ia that ff Ttiif Nw in Peter h i Inry Johnstonc is Patentee arid Ma r IXb to take tbe opportunity of his iccqitcd tliis Lngagrriem under io at the Opera for he ihe principal been cnjfad for w it of his mf and himself rxrfectiy Crea u apo in dreir v ITTK 13 expecting his wife never Kiintof rur vLeii a i I lie h hj induced Dm to go to the Jttt T is tlic rcqueit iiiir ihe in this He hst to trouble the v what parucoUrly concerns hnt be owes u much gratitude for thuir to it be wilfully niisreprtiented to It to his ever to bo placed K necessity of upon public attention a cf the conuuct that he hjs u well as of pursued towards him during his lite the ONLY FIVE THOCsAND Suit on 3 ntw and highly improved be iliawn in Oar 20ih and 1 Ixfiin and jamrst are now kf nd SHAKES in the present trulir LOf in Capital rtuvy mperior of the present LOTTERV IT AdxentureTi having asure Chance of all the as be drawn in ONE S0ii ot aud on which Day the im r of mzy be galnrd by One Number and or waiting in anxious i in all for foitiinaic in may at A NEXT SWIFT Joint Contractors with Go far the STATE re the that Ticket and Shares ire t iv at Ji ihcir Poultry Aldgaw High JTho Scheme 1 is cjitirely and has hidierto received the A THIS Unredcerned By at Great Skinner Snow at Valuable assortment of FORFEITED pledged Street Borough and Mlrjp riei consisting of excellentgoTd enameUed and plain capttzl filter metal gold and modern modern platecj beautUjUl Mecljltn fine table ana beid silk and cVtton broad Bath a large quantity of mens and womens a few loBof house hnk1 feather and numerous other miscellaneous Excellent Urge Ijbrary and By at hw Great Saville and following THEexceUent and genuine HOUSEHtpLD removed theReai dence of a Gentleman in Strattoa a not being permitted on the Premises comprisirif drawing eating and bed chamber and large and expensive library writing pier and Pembroke mahogany aco wainscot and chests of several settyaed goose and other felther targii and Wilton and Baih a pair of capital bronzed on sup porting platter and eld guisi a profusion of kitchen requisites in copper and brewingunmUa extauive Stoci of and bury bydirectlonjofthe THE valuable ajid STOCK of supe rior and Utenslb in of stock consists of in most capital Red Ma Vin de fifteen PJpgs of and three fiogsheads of fine The utensHt and implements comfidse about 1 50 dojen of wine a fivedozcn bOatleand cork an excellent 50 gross of bottled wtnes win tots from three to ten dozen fof the coirwunce of The remainder of the consisting of several pipe of excellent will be sold la a SD ort at til rtt two t rr i H cie apjriihfitibn there art only and the TfhoJe wfll be drawn in of nert when the following Capital frizes li H VlSv amony the fortunate of of IS of KOL 4 uf tiJts tbe inferior Prizes of 100U as 1 OIUIY the pppirtuniry never before i of gaining tbeimmenje i or bv Un One Number R ALL IN PNE The ocly LOTTERY to be DRAWN THIS and Conilnll and Charing the uhule of the New STATE LOTTERY wjll bi J e SntfiW October This Lottery Numbers from 1 to Pour 1 o so the Purchiserof aSinjle Ticket ram a Piize of By of the a Prize of y Three Tickets of the same i Prre rrf By Four Tickets 61 the 1iuo of and all other Prixot In the r CAPITAL 4 of I s of not Ttrie BtarAsMa a H PRIZE f had at No 26 Ixnuoi and Margarets and State Lftrcry OfKce and Stock advise their Fritnds not to purchawVof znd as no Chance olitained after thelth of the20th of and on the same new Regulation meets with univenal Appro eieciited fith the sarrit and at the Building By It tht French Old at ALL the left standing and remaining froth therepair of tie being the final Sale cornpriuog sound stock brick put and plain in and a panneBed and other a qusntity of and square Portland cop pier Yorkshire and Purbeck two a quantity of scaffolding put and about JOO of aid j and half amd sinck Comrnerdil Skinner Eicollent very fine rare brffilaw toned Bengal niortment of 1lated Br thtSale Commerdal removed for convenience of at It THE excellent FURNITURE consists of a most capital tecrctary and fonJUbed tp Ji very tlegant hunting bed drawing room and other very uieful household amongst the china found a very icarce andvaluabhi old Drevlen and chocolate en amelled in figures arid well worth the attention of the a neat telegraph dozen aUk and other mlicel WANTS a a YOUNG about 35 years of in the capacity OfCOACKt MAN refers tho and can have a good character his last for at Three be or the LEASE of n roiTenient eligibly situated 11 the bottom of in the Strsud on tilPremises are a Dwelling in good re p an exclient and stabling for five Inquire of and Biownlng and Windmill n and Bank TJO be DISPOSED OF by PRIVATE Five small In a working neighbourhood 43 years unexpired net 47L 1 per to be Sold all together op Inquire at Shore ditch High Street and at Ratcliff TO be at the White a BLACK steady in single and double harness she is and hands and threequar mistress of twenty ajid U strong enough to draw a ton weight she is in constant and is the pro perty of a she does not match gelding she has usually gone whichis the only reason she is to be Inquire of the Landjord or She will re aiain till Wednesday FOREST be at very reduced Five Hundred Thousand very fine Forest and otirer now fit to and which arc well worthy the notice of Gentlernen making or persons who are in the habit of contracting to lay as they have but a very land carriage to a communicating with all paru of the To view the and apply to at Warwick MERCANTILE a large and populous To DISPOSED by Mr a singularly eligible MERCANTILE which hat been conducted with advantage many Tbe Premises arjr carry on an extensive Watersjde having a with which will be found particularlf eligible for the Corn and Coal T The Premises arc and the Business merits the of Gentlemen desirous of embarking in a long and weflostabJished Further particulars may be known by application to CornhllL HIS M uestys Letters granted to SMFl HURSTX New Bond and Union for his new improved PATENT with Spiral that burns without and gives the most brilliant lijht ever produced from in a variety of elegant For all purposes where a light is Old Brass Patent Lamps with fountains altered to eke New Patent and will be found superior to any for their simplicity and brilliancy of Shew Rooms are open at New Bond with the greatest variety of elegant formed Lamps in the lor the inspection of the A lamp is burning by Compare aiid judge for They chased at any ether house in Oil at and Patent Refined per i8oT aud Capital Prizes Shared by1 10COO MUJ1ON STERLING in fcrnacr NEXT TBISH respectfullf reininds the that the STATE LOTTERY not only begins butfitusbes on Friday the 0th of next Month all who wish have by the purchase of a oingle must buy before the drawing as the whole consisting of in will be kcided DAy Tickets and Shares are selling in at his OJd Established Offices in and by Agents the in the late Lotteries have been remarkably fortunate in seJUne an immensenumber of La nital particularly the two last the last Prize and the last Capital Prize ever Persons in the Country nHy soppfea the same ii bv sending mpfeied with tto rorapfciBd with Battk teqjt to either of hu hill pr Charing Ixjndon Uta inthePublicFundsls transacted with disji Please ro rirnirli rtibStitf 1sfhe that yr J TLJIk f A D AMER ACGTJST Frotn Orleiins Since my last little news French and conti nue tOrpour in upon dsiys flurfrbttthit hid arriVeiiwas of which about 1700 were nesroe had been permitted to andare delivered to owners by the Gpverqors One1 half pf the remainder afleast are and the rest chiefly jreying on our commerce more in the river r the is to be the number ejected about tlje French when some respecting the landing offeredTtp Sve the Emperor Nawletms eecurrty to the nited States for the of Although most planters country have no ob jection to the of and think this business of will affordH favonra ble opportunity pf from Africa by pf mcch the among wttai are many of the wofst been recog iriends and aricl were therrt to their parents were nrarde selves er u hands tie partiality of the of this to foreigners and persons eft that de provided and profit given them on ssary for them even that almost scriptfon are iflfanedi places of without 1 to state an intention NEW YO1 EXTRACT OF A VFJKTXR FROM I open my letter that the Emperor has appointed a settle the and make a treaty withikne United States and there is pitbab2tff that commerce will again be hojjte soon to see some of your vessels at His Eicellehcy Quincy and suite this afternoon from at two oclockj in the ship Captain Beck for We are at a loss here for the intent of his mission but some of our knowing ones surmise dieprobability of forming a coalition with the to esi tabhsh a system of uttfversaT maritime EXTRACT OF Ac LETTiK Cbba are arriving The Absent oft a tour to j and our notwithstanding the increase of danger from tie hordes which nave got introduced aiiiopg was negligent as The newlyarrived are ericaipperf the upper part of the Enelish and on the of the left bank SickneXat this period u or sii deaths daily takeplace No one is surprised atthiscircumstance on the it was predicted by every person of These unfortunateNmen crowded in smali iji considerable numbers were almost destitute of were fed on very bad and were suffered to be so dirty as to be a scandal to the name of a the discipline was that they were suffered to Joam abroad at pleasure and they might be seCn drunk in troops at every tiplin shop and the men been naturally well it rs impossible to say what might not have American Citizens French have inserted some Ifrorh a ir an Ameijcah Cttiien newconfined in French prison at at New Wehive subjpmed also alist pf the names of the From may be leanit the miserable condition the sons in a day without adding tothe numbers pf the and almost every breeze from the Atlantic nishesus with additional eVidence of aggra vated These repeated outrages on the natural liberty of Amerijcari Citizens are from a nation with whom we have a Then fol low the two letters from repre senting the a list of 200 individuals who are nowprisoners in The Baltimore are rilled with a political between Com modore Joshua Bmrney friends of Gene ral Smith Secretary of of them Burrney hiving sent funds to was Member pf ef a to be put as a privateer to cruise against the the prizes to be sent to the United AUGUST Iris reported Erjkmes justification of his relative to the Jate arrarjgernenSs be tween him and our 15 in in private In aclmow ledges his having exceeded his but that he had acted up to what he considered the spirit of them and that he hoped so to make it appear to his Government r From tte Phtiadelpnia We are ir formed upon very that Secretary Smith has decrarfedthafne never saw the of as put lished and that during their conversation pre vious to the no made to the two points mentioned in published also has acted strictly in conformity the whole odium of rhe rejection of the arrange ment devolves on AJI Duelling Assbciatiojrhas into which has found numerous This Associatjoti binds elee tioiTfdrafly main bur own private to haVe or carried a cHallengie to fight a or to have been in anywisec0ncerned in pro moting a or as a srcond or surgeon 3 the hereof the affaifi this Association to be conducted by a Com The President of the United States left Wash ington on for his residence in Oninge county the Secretaries State and of the Treasury were to remain two or three The Secretary of the Nnvy goes to Smith and die Secretary of War to STATEMENT OF TUB AFFAIR OF THE EVENING OF THE AT TIIK ADVANCED IXJSTS NEAR 1 3T1I Of THE On the morning of the 13th when it was ascertained that the batteries were to open on Flushingthat day about one Major Grahamdirected the officer to he had since the 1st of the the advanced posts on the Noble Dyke to drive in the enemys outposts in front of theGenerals which had all along annoyed our advanced LieutenantColonel with the 2d bat talion of the and some of the Kings German RijRemen attached to were to drive in those in front of tbe left of the and whowere posted behind hedgesj web and a breast work they had formed out of the ruins of an old and those of the enemy on our posted the sandbuls and pits in of AeRoyals advanced and who were ported by a considerable under the command of a LaeutenaiatCQloneU posted behind the land side of the in three entrenchments they had lately across the green part the close arid under the fire of the where had also two were at the same instant to be charged by that part of the Royals who were at the advanced and supported by the other companies who were posted on the where the under the com mand of LieutenantColonel and Captain Webber of the Royal At first it was the intention to make this attack about quarter of an hour after the bombard ment began but upon a reconnoisance and an opinion by Colonel it was considered better to defer it till near which General Graham approved The mode and time of the attack having been arranged between Colonel Hay and Lieut Colonel and in case of the business not being finished by the word to distinguish our people from the had they was A few mmutesbefore the attack commenced Colonel Hay sent to inform LieutenantColonel Wood offals if the rapidity of his fire on the to take off their attention and it is but bare justice to the Captain Webber the officers and men of the Royal Artillery under tbeir command to say that there could not be a betterserved or more destructive battery than consisting of thirteen six and two Just as LieutenantColonel Nicholss rifle men were beginning to advance and push in the French two or three spherical caseshot were at the French breastwork in front of the from 4 sixpounder posted on die left of the light company of the and ipi mediately that then on the ad vanced under with Captain Clair and part of his company as a were ordered by the Colonel to advance and charge without firing a which was instantly obeyed in the most cool though dashing driving the enemy along the from their and from their three different intrench ments which were tar notwithstanding a violent firing 6f musque try from the people behind the dyke and in the two and from town a few of the German riflemen were at tached to the light company of the who conducted themselves in an equally cool and gal lant Major of the immediately supported the advance of the light company with Captain the and some other companies of the in his intrepid styleTowards the end of the Lieutenant who had repeatadiy distinguished him solicited Colonel Hays permiisionto charg a then Annoying opr people very wfiich he di4 in a most determined brought it notwithstanding a heavy fire the besides and for which eon he has now a receipt from the Royal Artil I muit not here oijit to that the zea lous and intelligent Captain Royal ifrhose exertions had been unwearied since be came to die volunteered charging the Royals light which he did sword In one hand and shovel in the and ori the posts being gave the proper directions for covering the which wai swraby his personal SPORTING self down in a small The craft and sa gacity of this animal exceeded every tiling that Hunt had before experienced but the staunch not easily to be thrown and stuck to ihe scent so that the game was soon roused turned away to the skirting die seashore to the very waters endeavoured to regam the viikge they had hrst started him the Bobberies were too knowing for and obliged him to hark The echo of die and the musi cal halloo of their and excellent attracted die if we may judge by the delight ot an immense concourse of who for a their religious ceremonies at Breach to partake of the joys of the party of gentlemen on a visit at the Breachhouse alo viewed it with evident and its present who is wellknown to all the as an amateur of the was seen to spring over the veranda top the garden andascend the summit ot the where he hallooed in a style that convinced them he was charmed with the rattling thunder of the From this attach ment to the sport and die it was expected he would have joined the but his polite ness got the better cf or eke he had not time to prepare his s unexpected were jarizAs motions from thence across die heavy flats to the other sideof the Poor rt impossible to re gaip his old being closejy jDuxsued by the huntsman every inch of die craggy found himself now either obliged to turn or cross an arm of the which forms a bay at die back of the There vros no time to aiul soon was die gallant huntsman seen hard at his pursuing him in the as true and as keenly as hehad done on They gained the opposite shorenearly after several ineffectual in which pariah shewed wonderful and cloubled agam and again to reach his native topped the Vallard in high aud was ye what a crash die whole He now took across the muddy and went off at a rate which convinced the Bobberies he was the proper stuff beture they could get round the some to the and some to the left of the Breach he was nearly out once more fairly tallyhod but such was the astonishing speed and bottom of their and such was the ground he now tried them that their horses went panting and and he wits hard upon PhippsOart before they could turn him He now made another most desperate attempt to recross the muddy and had he he have beaten the whole of this celebrated But he was roiled being ran still apparently quite towards the He once siore after Chewing some of die linest bursts of speed ever witnessed by die oldest members of the at dusk to have die tip of his ear taken off the usual after he was affectionately caressed by the admired and ap plauded by die whole and left to his re The Hunt afterwards repaired to the race where some of the who unfor tunately could not join the and were be bewailing their hard fate over a glass of jurnping greeted dieir Brother Bobs with a nius1 of This pqriah had often belore bcea started by the was well known to from his crafty style of his and fine sporting which Had hitherto bid diem The Hunt have resolved diat his ear shall be placed in a con spicuous part ot their under the portrait ot the Father of the with a memorandum cf the circumstances which entitle it to this dis tinguished VICEREGAL TUB BOMBAT or THE 11TB On the afternoon of the 5th die Bobbery Hunt having first drawn Crows Nest Cover with out found in Breach and laid so well into their after attempts to foil they obliged him to break and tallyhod him m htrh Here a chosenfew alone enjoyed tie sport for such was the rugged state of the coun try he took and so enclosed with high stone that it almost palled the best sports men of theHunt to keep running away withiri a few yards of Hadow he pushed for Penibertons Copse but being here headed by a he went oft and took towards the It low and the whdle Hunt having now joined Ihe they dodged him for a time amongst the and he at laid him His Excellency die Lord Lieutenant hald a Privy Council in this city We are ignorant of die motive which required so very unusual a The troops ot the garrison yesterday passed his Grace the Duke of Richmond in the early part of the day his Grace visited the extensive brewery of Beamish and Craw and himself highly gratified with the plan and magnitude of that important A deputation from the and principal inhabitants of the city of consisting of Thomas Wilkinson and Josephy waited on his Excellency the Lord to congratulate him on his ar rival m die South of Ireland and to request his Grace would name a day on which he would Honour diem witi his company to dinrier when he was graciously pleased to appoint the 4th of Her Grace the of attended by the Bishop of Sir Charles Lady the Marchioness of calkd yesterday at Foleys glass Hanover Yesterday Grace the Duchess of Rich accompanied by Lady Denny and Sir Charles honoured the charitable repo and female in visit when rur Grace was pleased to ex press her entire approbation of he nature and plan of the and bestowed Jeervd on the and babv Her previous to her le wing the left a and purcha ed veral Inthe course of the the Bishop ot and Lady Mary the Marc So Ladies of also tlij reposi tory and workroom witha and purchased manv ot the articles tor sale
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