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   Day (Newspaper) - September 30, 1809, London, Middlesex                                J AT SIX0CLN M1 SEPTEMBER Si at MichatfmdS should fijtrru from that tliarf Fanfaiig rraly vstiiaut Ute arerafr Ctavw at the isr charge in madfjor filar Patoils insuring for r t charged far yean 6v i or i Itettern part Life principal uAo ore founded on jaUilar Jlfcnaging i of the Companys Performing WESTMINSTER 0 of hir Royal the Prince of and nf ncxN a GRAND which and a plentnfr variety nf i i le d ra future co to be taken at the from ten till rNTPTof ijcrAY October will be i in which Ellis j Im most favourite Par foi that Evening will be ei r rj of at his Pantheon Riding wlicre hr reguhilv attends froni in to instruct Ladies Art of Riding and Managing tho MEDICAL AND GLUT rERBUCKwill begiflhis Au rumn Courses of Lecturrs jfc the Theory and Practice of Materia and on Wednesday1 October ai Half pau in ths at his New Bridge where further particu lars may be SIEOICAL LONDON ON October at DEXNISON aud RYAtt commence their LECTURES on tbe THEORY and PRACTICE of the EN and CHILDREN may be by it the Doctors Brondstrtrt Buildings London Sop PUBLIC A SpanLK Merchant offers for a Quantity JTX of real Xcna md Port WtNE and it being the produce of the estates of htt own rcsideati of de b Frontrj and be is caablcd todo it u a price well worthy the notice of US per AppQea tion to be nude to Samuel 1 Arundei WANTED a WRITING AS in i SdraM aboot seven from Lon may be perfect master of and also canabh to superintend the and the Latin Grammar Any person as andean ghre respectable references as to moral may apply personally any to Bridpott Silver AL sev thc PARENTS and A a of good Moralj and respectable as ac APPRENTICE to a SURGEON aud arid where he will be in aH as one of the A Premiun wifl be Thera are some considerable advantagw which will be explained Apply to Everett Russell SALES Household By at his Old Broad Royal it FEW Lots of A and other wearing dU for Fumltnre and on the Greet Oardcn at by order of tht THE HOUSEHOLP of Baker cornpiisiiig the usual description of iod an rightday clock mahogany re of this Common Hall be 1 i late il nf the County of ir th y ixccuted the OSrr for the humane wti have eviicd in their care of s to Gieir nd 1 h they upon nil oeca a respectable Bonding School near a Vacancy jffers iuclf for Two YOUNG will be in structed in every useful and polite accomplishment necessary to render them ornaments very moderate terms health and morals particularly attended Parents who de sire the welfare jf their children upon find this a favonrable For cards of address apply to where respectable reference will be given anB A HalfBoarder alto be DIS A POSED OF by PRIVATE a gepteel LEASEHOLD DWELLING and spa cious dry with commodious entrance from the The are in the most complete repair immediate possessioti may be and farther particulars OF EAST STOCK application to Auctioneer and Mary who is authorised treat for the TRAVELS your late worthy me again to otTr nrself U your to lid forthe by ly solicit the honour rf support which kindness placed me f yoir and accession J 1 T I myseli your should you be J confer upon me the dUunciion to which 1 1 the honour to VOUNG FOREST To be X at very reduced Fire Hundred Thousand fine forest and other now fit to and which ell wonhy the notice of Gentlemen aaalrinj or persons who are in the hamt of conrraedng to lay K as they have very ihort land parriage to a communicafing with all pWofthe view the at WarwlA Your much obliged sad Faithful JAMES dailr at the Kinj f Head cUTcn tiH four Cninraittef H on tlie ni THE jjenuiue HOTStliOLD FtMiNI pier and liiuu anil tlie pmprrly uf a Iborpust and field ftatWr unli mul warrirube and cbest anilPetttBrokx car usonl articles Excellent Furniture i larze Library and JJj bia Great SaviUe THE excellent and zentiine HOUSEHOLD FURNttURE JtferSfemoved from the Resi dence qf aOentlejttan Ifi Strattoa a Sale not being on tbe Predates comprising drawing eatinz and bed chamber ia and large and etpensive library writing pier and Pembroke mabojany and wainscot wardrobes and chests several seasoned and othfir feather large snd Wuton and Bath a pair of capital bronzed fipires on sup porting Grecian plaster casts and gloss a profusion Of kitchen requisites in copper and brewing or the LEASE of a coovenieut eiiribly Mtuatid it llie bottom of Beaufort in tbeSirniid un the Premises are a cotnpnct Dwelling m good re an excellent and btabluag for fivt Inquire if Biowning and Golden and Bunt Auctioueet and near Long late of tbe StmthWest cor nerof Lincolns I mi uvwarA of thirty years giveii the nlmust value forall kinds of HOUSE HOLD Or Money advanced on inUuded for immediate aud tbe Balance paid after snob harine Hales by Auction and tbe Tublk will find thin an advMtafeous and expeditions way of their Property best post or pentomii any day from nine m the moniiug till eigbt iu the will be punctually attended Hrotn lefalty distrained and Effects valued in Uwu or Houses or Shops of on departure ot tHaoxpcdition front thcrj concenrrated thefr t Mi ihg x weak e diately ivo dswchmeiitsj one at the omeivconsi of the brigade sent from tlie by the 21st ed by CcL fur rhe pnrjiosc This tVr about a and every prr 3pcct of i spceJy whf n the sudden auce cf the uboiu iUCX in in duced avery precipitate retreatTrTrn botli At Scilhrwewere obliged to leaveall our and a considerable of baggaac About a ieek before a detachment of ninety f die 21st commanded by Captain Mackay cf that sent from Smitbi corps for the protecdon cf the of were surprised by die Trench and car ried off Captain Hunter was kriled in this To cur very great a after the embarkation of our troops from the French blew up tlie works if and 4gain re We immediately sent a very strong work ing party to Scilla to bring off the ene my had not time either to destroy or carry and aUo a small to more for die protection of the inhabitants from the of the than from any military We were not allowed to enjoy long this peaceable ac acquired on the 4th for die 8th the sudden return of the enemy obliged us again to Thus ended our continental cam The army arrived yesterday at Melazzo so muchTor the Sicilian as we having for object no less a design than the expulsion of a die extirpation ol an and the reestablishment of a legitimate has ended in the conquest of Ischia and which after retaining a few weeks are it is not doing Sir r i tni Ot Si e1 i Feb cauefts JS wi uld be neces Sluh might tv bairle Mi r arrived H I he latter srme i Fcurof liie nurn Admiral board VireiiJi Tliti 1 R in i the hcsc DiAe md sain ifir it Irsn st ti T shone upon hi flags of every vessels of at breeze was surTicier and to dsplay l jug the Royal S at head of the waving L the Union at the snd the mirals red fing at the Tle Lord Licur nant and Oi ived on brard die frigate uoout rive oVlock the and were greeted y tho of ithf die the As vc of llie bis Grace ONLY FIVE State on a new and uiRUlj improved to be drawn in One 20th and OiforJ and Jatnest arc now rr TICK ITS SHARJLS in tlie present truly TATK Capital superior of the having sure Chance of the t l the whole will be drawn in ONE Ti and on wliich lie im may be gained by Onr Nuinbr uiicad of waiting in rn all for the fortuntte in tkii st once NOEI NEXT TT Joint Contractors with Go for tbe prckeht STATE re tt that Tickrts and Shares ire all their Poultry Ity Cros Aldgate High Tue Scheme i crtirelv and has hitherto received the irt ippriibiition there are only Kumtiers fbf 1 the whole will brdnmrnin One when the following Capital IMtes Li smung the fortunate 4 of e of 12 of ef F hc inferior Prizes of Lottery also presents the opportunity never before it of ruling the immense Suras of or by tlie purchase of Nnmber to SCOTLAND and the ViRTH of nrw am most excellent i the from the CharingCross and Bell Ludjat at reduced fares SINGULARLY respectable COUNTRY To be DISPOSED Of bf PRIVATE bj a STRONG BEER within so tnfles of the in full and in the highest trade it chiefly supported bv and Leasehold Public svhich win be included in tbe aad U of the extent of nearly 6000 but may with Tftt KJ ntest tacfllry DC eonsidenoiy The hich is a capital malting together with are in and some circumstances attending the concern render it an object un ntually attractive to any gentleman desirous of embarking a capital in this line of The well as the time of will be conducted with the utmost Particulars may be known by application if by port paid i to Mn near the Royal SWAN JL le peremptorily to the best on 12 oclock at tbie Deputy to his MajestysRemera luaucer of the Court of at liis in the Exchequer Inoer pursnant to aDecreemaJeby tbe said in a Cause entitled HOL DEM Leasehold ritnate at in tlie of called the Swan Pub lic wit oathouses and buildings thermnto belonging held by lease for a lennof 99 in tbe occupation of Pftrticulars uud CuhditionE ofSole be at the Cnatnbers of the said Oflict afuieaaid of Judson Staple Inn ot Murpliy and Fleetstreet on Ike Prtmises and at tbe at Car slialtou aii ALL IN ONE Tsw OBirLOTTZRY THJB T JtV ConfldU and Ciartnc tbe that the Jfctr JfTATJ LOTTERY will be drawn In Oae SOth of October This Lottery kaj only Numbers from i to SJXO Fottr Tickets ofa tW tbe of a Single TickH will rdB Prlfi of SyXX By Jwo Tickets of Uie Priw Of ifvwmy Ttclteu bt tbe Nmnber rPrUe ef By Four tbc a Prise cf and aU other Prizai to tKc Stuart justice to suppose that his views could have been confined to such and if his object was to create a I do not know but what he may have It has been rumoured that a rupture took place between Sir John Stuart and the Sicilian certainly the latter him Sieiiiafc troops a very short time after tljeir departure from We are now kept kf the icreiTMat tfie Toulon with troops for a descent on I VI nil was received vkh a royal sakite ot each nt discharging that num and with yards three cheers troni die re9pectve crews echoed tlircugh the while the Admiral all the in full dress received their Gnices on the cf the At six oclock the Lord the Duchess cf Lord Lady Mai y Lennox and oi Ljdy Edward Sir the Whitshed feral of the the men of the amounting in all t sat ckwn to a sumptuous ah4 ot the These accompanied hy subse quent bumpers ot chaTiipugne a great variety cit pther folifewect iiy an eleganc exhiliration Sail spifit to the etevfft being impatient fbrtlTe roerry rriiisnc to rc nJodthe that therr attention was dc r manned obiect1 I 8 of I of JOOL I And not Tkrec Blanks te a iiject more pleasing Scarcely a dav passes widiout the irriyal thar suJocenf had been made derarturey cf a courier hence to terday mornrng a Captain of the Gurrrds and had a lone interviaw witftBaron Von TbJ4 Day is in Four DON SEBASTIAN The House of Bra An Historical By Miss ANNA MARIA for and Paternoster Of whom may be by tbe same Hungarian to Three Second price NEXT BISH respectfully reminds the that the STATE LOTTERY not only bagins but finishts on the 20th of next Month all who wish to have a chance to gain EIGHTY THOUSAND by the purchase of a single must buy before the drawing as the Whole consisting of in will be decided in ONE Tickets and Shares are selling in great at his OW Established Offices in and by Agents in the who in the late Lotteries have been remarkably fortunate in selling and sharing an Immense number of Ca pital particularly the two last the last 25 OOOL and the last Capital Prize ever Persons in the Country may be supplied the same as if by tending their Orders f Post or Carriage companied with Bank good or Post Office to either of his OloVEstabllshed hilL or Charing London where all Businey inthe Public Funds is transacted with fidehty and Please to remark the State is the only Lottery that will be THIS M 1 n BARNEY and tbe oibcrs too numerous to anil Nrw 1 aad the P every only One Sijht IJky are in One price 8s THE OPINIONS of PIFFERENT AU 1 THORS upon the PUNISHMENT of selected at the request of a Society having for its object the diffusion of knowledge respecting the Punishment of and the improvement of prison By BASIL of The work contains tho opinions of Sir Sir Thomas Printed and Paternoster for LINLEYs This Day is in 4 price THE ADVENTURES OF RALPH REY containing of Modem and WILUA The ways of Heaven are dark and Puzzled with and perplexed with errors Our understanding traces them in Lost and bewiiderd in the fruitless search Nor sees with bow much art the windings confusion and to be INTELLIGENCE FROM An expedition had been preparing here on the grandest scale of our means for a long and die most splendid expectations were universally entertained of its success that it was destined The prevailing opinion i for with the ob Nor where the regular confusion ends inted for Riatard London Printed POPULAR NOVELS AND Just pushed Fu Berners Oxford EXILE of an mte in iect ofreestablishing Ferdinand the IVth on his Continental Throne from the formation of the army and the spirit of tlie proclamations is the eipectatron that the attempt would be made was Sir with his about sailed from Melazzo the latter end of May he was soon after joined by a division of Sicilian troops from under tlie command of one of the Royal He was to be as we by 6000 Sardinian they never The day after his departure from he detached one consisting of the 10th foot and Chasseurs under Lieutenant Colonel to for the par pose of reducing Lower and joining him The fleet continued hovering on the Calabrian coast for about three weeks at length they entered the Riy of and after Teak resistance of a few took possession Ktr Post Vales Mail every Evenki and BSrmtnghain Moninti und Mail en Vint aud at and Cbxltenhim T t Nefc and only Day every H f Whu H a moaorn in 3 vos By Miss Mvfterious 4 a The being ind a descriptive and remarl and had a long in the Priine is said TO hart brought a Convention foraa ArSfisece ttii the foncltaion of a Treaty of Peacer A couriej was sent yesterday evening and it is thought that the proposftiort TOP ajiArmi stice will not be made public mjtfl an answer be received from the Court of which is expected to become a party to In the mean orders have been issued to tlie ajmy to proceed regiment to its Admiral Puke haf received orders to return to Carlsrrona with the fleetand a cutter is sent to the Commander in Chief of the English is is to leave the Baltic in a as die winter begins to set We are itill in hopes that this country will continue to maintain the rektions of peace and amity with on some pre text or has thought proper to order all the ports in Pomerania tp be shut against Swedish except whence the mail packet only is allowed to proceed to We anxiously wait the result of the embassy to So much for our external With respect to our domestic they are in a most deplorable Two factions have sprung up among us the one is headed by Baron who insists upon the Prince oi Au gustenburgs succession to the Throne and the which is snpposed to be the most has espoused the cause of the scm of who rendered no his and who is remarkable only for tility to his legitimate who himself as an stands tion of the public but as he tion for the disinheriting the late His popularity may be No mention is made of the ralpjtnnate whose private virtues the most pain ful sensations and ineffectual conduct as a Prince is highly it must be brcrijgiit and him himself to their present MADRAS and ami that Terpsichorenow lu r to Ascending to the it was found well covered by lofty s6as to defy all changes of enclosed onall sides with curtains The ngs and curtains were Hned by flags cf the most brilliant colours and enlivened by festoons of evergreens and The no at this happy interval of re quired for were disburthened of angry and metamorphosed into elegant to give repose to beauty but in compliment to the Duke as a the afterpart ct Je Bar terdeck the appearance cf a superb with the rigure uf a placed at the The pan ot the marquee highly WH r iit ana nisiied with sofas arvd card Above LIC lamps of variegated colours hui been to express to the name of a we the maintained Ms and By Kate of the Islands of Ischim and A smart engagement took place between our frigate the the Neapolitan I think called in whicn ours most conspicuously the character of the Britidi The Cerare was three times recruited from the within a very short distance of whkh the action took Murat himself at length went on board the result her retreat into tie in terior of the as is she had three struck bet Captain of producing too mudi were taken but nothing seemed for all the quarterdeck forming a magnificent ball room and i curd were highfy illumrhated by wax and disposed with much taste pyramids of hoops Upended as and adorned with ribbonS ofall the gay colours that grace the Tea and coffee having been circulatad through the assembled the Duchess retired to the and selecteda puny for the Duke led Whitshed AQ commence the sprightly A large reinforcementof Belies and gentlemen having greater assemblage of beauty has not frequently been collected onthe nor 4 bet ter set of manly hearts to guard the All erufcavouredto ahd all were The dancing centkwed wish jaauchspirit until three delock onFriday when supper being ore hundred and three cheerful ipdjviduak pfenteously arid ahen Bacchus resumed hts jolly it with flowing bumpers of that roused sailies of as sparkling from the as itself from die until five The dance was and continued until after refreshments of cof and cherry the boau were calkd and their Grnces took The vessels of war were all dressed as at their and from their manned three huid cheers were and then a Royal salute of twentyone from each made the jacent hills reverberate the loyal butary to the illustrious Representative times the her first and several onrl were verv badly I cers and were very badly I be lieve they had but few About this time a Very gallant irffair took place between the gun We took n great number tbe rest were driven on The reflection of die innumerable colours w The Embassy to theCanrt of Cabal continued to receive the most courteous hospitality re Oh the 13th of Elphinstone had a private audience of his at which he was received with much and was repeatedly urged by the King 10 accompany him on his intended voyage to MAT We stated in our on the authority of native that Soojahul Moolk to be immediately called sway from Peshore by an insurrection in the neighbourhood of which has recently assumed a very formidable It now that the dan fer was considerably Mahmood atfbrother to his and a rival candidate for the having collected a very power ful rebel force in the had actually made himself master of and at the date cf r ouTlast was understood to be in full die seat ot Robert march against the The news had excited very great consternation ar Court aad i was the general tha tri a bi morning sun upon Ii adorned every vessel the loaded with men in regular order the animation of their the freshness oi the the riplhg of tne the btny of the many and the ihe can altogether constituted a gay as must have been grathving the ot partook of dis nuritme On the their Graces suite took their departure from on ihcrr They arrived at Macrooiti t past twelve where they of ai elegant from which they set out at thret through aful T t o the Viceregal vi and all wbxr   

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