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   Day (Newspaper) - October 4, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLIStfSD EVERY MORWNG AT SIX OCTOBER SIXPENCE ALCi IO rfnl sat is friction ui an artntgfinfnli 1 Jnnltarv a the Scrrr rriftf Ticr V iii fi i i j tjt TI t iiviV tniicli a idea of t fljt cjnmw ti in public uirtily J v A oi YATCH will sail it vn The proper to i VCSRI I for the F r IT a the Gun and SALES BY Valuable Forfeited By JAMES at his Gracechurch This and ortinj it N extensive and very valuable Collection of UNREDEEMED PLEDGER consisting of capital numerous excellent nilver and metal and brilliznt aod other and sundry 1000 ounces of capital beamiful French fine India and other 3CC yards s5f Irhh table awl lied beu Ladies and Gen tlemen 1 and a divei of uihcr Bv on fte Pre and following at i orj ui tie saia t f Lki one o bt r A JiiHN wo plaster hgur a 1Vriich a rich larye ani a patent brewing garden rcitic trmts and a encvd whh stained and athcr green a rick of a ChiKI and her on two miles fiom 0 EVT INDIA 3I thru 1 return my sincere 3c f your d Mr A MS fit it Smoir aiil vyeilhuiit Urii k cnnrl ami iiinlr in i lle n otMr who will rn e miiuii latr licii r an vinrxpin Inm uf at tht nliriig gi ol i Nci f for K at hi One com John per the first of die tu because 7t dealer mid October and November at at the Bridge Biabop Bislxlp Mtemrmouth Han New Btidge Nlel of and November at Jnd 1 at at Throgmorton Richard Ute of dealer and October November at at the James Market Axbridge Cooks Cnrey Joseph and late of mer October J at aha November at at didnat crcler inded by usdcred tco when tonicsonic the distant to be in thtr wood and the olive could nut Thc whcle ol the gn on wkicli vurh their which had umy was covered treat in ccrrsectiefiCE of an of i with which dealerand A and Norember at J formed at the Maclcwaitt Anns r i i William Swansea Williams and 22d were reconnoitermg Of and became it Lincobis i i of dealer and October and November at at the Black Swan Inner Temple and of retveut in coirseqoena cur umy wis coverfeJ iaige hy 1 UL rua L ridge ot During the whole nothrrFg tic Alb cire defended by strong serving notice in served by in of the rierrnitage examining tle position i it the who had ot Our Lady ihe PraJ The again concentrated his forces in die district ot i ot the distrirt wore i and on the pre1 prutocted serving his supported hy pieces artillery on the bridge and Chores of the rtver and which tired the greater part of the at the day on our skirmishing and Vines vas avenues rail ii iorminsj a village which is line in of formed a lira bv the tT I had agreed wirh the General in Chief of En the Lii His Britannic Majestys Sir Arthur el verpool and I rnrn I theri as to thc attack on the bridge and shores jEnghshhid begun r i lie I Luis de i ud of the river before daybreak on trie Jttln and to lwiig n the1 this 1 sent orftvard the fitdi division oi w1 i Thomas late of wine at at thc William cf at at infantry under Marshal de the Bell ai Juhi i in the ennjf oi irjd Joseph Of cotton i ii r i i it eleven IU John of lhlt lavin as the Brccitl at at I three from the thc the a strong n brigade of t i Kobcrt of at at i i Bishop Wear thc left atdewto attneBridpe pro po ii r die Eiiolish armv assailed the g of i l i n btl tbv proper alone as tlie liritiih in gas and the shores of hope of reaching his hing hs tiort of The vhich I acquired ot he had proceeded in ut thce that may c humhle EL 01 h T of mf caii 1 or i ra ih r late r nvnlf to ni y by support of powerful a tn orniy 1 orthi with WHIT you be i n to 1 J OP INDIA 1 net i tVV lf in thc nc the By Mr illE LEASE of a Brick HOI SK very iltfjibly MtiiKir fur any less bring TS o IM the leil Sin iey of lirn tc are in a fiod state and m ILL oc lini f nhi will fire inuacdiali held for Irim nf Ii4 at the low catuf 5ol Ciupljam Hoail and L el Junction WIL ni at by ordei of the at at of Heiirirtia Careiidiih wine at Benjamin Bctts and Ann of It25u iit Kdmnui of Grove Somer nd Jiui of ac at tli1 John of ut the late of atr at of slik Fre dTirk CurKs cf thc rtvmast Bo Joseph late of Thomas columns by and and 1 divided my army so to him in the forced inaicli ot tay who made wiiliuut we could not accom plish our as the enemy earVy inenced his and hid f n ceeded great On the p self in I ordered i taken tJio Ceboila to jiiin th exception ol the liith wiucli I ict there N LEASEHOLD llncc neat Brick I ConUn King Corder of Lynn w j K if Aldersjate ard in U TJ O A I ui n i li l 1 J A J Annis of ntar ct mj f Jimes of piquets of die my il pU Mliiale Nr and turerv Arthur of mere ilie Suan ut and distance from f 1 pipe Jaipies A Brrk NI t John Hancturrtir it CluUea i t a IK a iu let to 1 anil tenants al h I Hirinrublc reiTpt nr i J t tl l by thcdiatli of Jo MS Ivavur of yi I lie ri try eivicc in nf duty lo are 1 jrciimc to enrcat your suppnr 1 rny be cxertid should yon be to tnaik of vour the honour aid Your fjthlul ruimble IN at tic City of i cummunijation will br a numerous iiJ rcspcrt of he i iier it lie ol ilS g i r Ch Memhcr t i tor eir nioi i utr luihh5 were drank with who considered iiivh nrnr t 1 ami C IH i i Ofa r Cvtfjee u I al 1 t s for tirms ol 5U und 47 nl lilini ol btuse Alto two mid a Imil Slnires in lliat vulunblc concern Uie Grauu Jnutliun in nd i bMUXU DRAVi the at by ot I L t J UI of Jlichara of LI thai Kejitj virtu Jjohn of Slier PARTNERSHIPS Hardirg and Mary the J iPlTAL HORSE with uid five psir of smiths iron of with patent hree press iron corn loci V J I fittings of nail unu sundry other be or a FAMILY in complete particularly well adapted for a Professional 111 the double fuursMll and rooins To b vu by 1 ijn with Par lien Uuf Golden to the L Per dtiirnus J or ci thnnrmi nf in iiy HAIKS that of liii 111RECTORY will ihedon Ocrrlxr to be c and only ljve to Ins ct tin cas simplicity o a Plan for of general it present m ind The Directory is kept nkd i rincipal CitiVe flours in and i 2 ivincil villages throughout tlu in the until ii shou of the Avon which forms thc con than first deemed the inixnded Thr Comjiany with their jiroapects in these under s their Omv j a considerable pMC ol the enemy was siat fi The whole of thc th in giv ing repose to the and the ratifms whtch tremely Parties cif omus ofi JereKiiali Han mer srd John of provlsioji John Lund and Alfred of iMilllvanl Weit coal Joseph Fletcher ard Joseih cf Friday fimracl Oiorge Pliilip John iartlett and Christopher patent Margaret William and Julin of John Jack Robert Roriert nf DuktnfieM Joseph Thomas dom Richard of Smiih John cutlert and of tha Fetich during d4y were employed eitlier in endeavouring to us orto bur stjriatioi both attempts they were disappomtedby the valour Of thcofficers commanding the skir mishing w4io attacked therh en and prevented their At riine oclock at nfglit of the same I had that the enerrCy was advancing upon Torn that his m l advices nut instruct me tn point the from our idivision orto but in tltelctt of obtaiiied a n to tie M mv f p Qn heirinc preacer part i Q X i i i i L C FAr i appnsed Uie and dispatched an of jhomas of atI Jicer to General In consequence ot at Rev of j j Jettvmination arkl and on myvanguard powerfully attacked on tre morn ing of the by a very r and design making a e Vedto a retrograde move ment upon the to reunite with the the evening ot the nf Coopers CrwtclTd r j Sarnie J hn Culcop 13 cf ewcrnv tye William Rnbir s and John of James ra 1 tr Street jrcl YI John rind James jrc Abi Arm and of o uf BALTLE OF which 1 effected TJie f o titenantGenerarthe Duk2 of 2 3 not tlie pirticular of ru OJFKTAL ACCOUsT BY CUEsTA OF ion the miming f hat d and in which OF to THE SECRETARY i corps thire acquired great credit ror their and on the to i JAPAN made by DAY Harbour Bristol a measure rpjjj Composition hrconveyance of iron ocher goods I h A Siilvvriptor a much birprr sum is already sub half the produce the mast brilliant black ever affords peculiar nourilimcnt to thc toil the fine is perfectiy free from any unpleasant and will its virtie in nny Sold by Day aftd at the High Holborn retail by Tavistock Street 1 II Ail I ifce PKMS1 LOTTKHY UMMH Finch the MONTH thc SwaluJw ial auci oilmen and in every Tcnvn throughout HI lilt ill u Drawn m Unittd m stone rrioe nnl that all be brfuie tin Juth in be in Tneki um Fuar Tickets of each Number A r1 Blank to n on Kale at i e Old OHiccs rornrr or hill llu nnj TlOS H pctfuily reminds the that A7 LOTTERY not begun but t O i j f this Month all who wish Ty THOUSAND I i a angle Nur must buy beforethe the whole consisting of cevHded in ONE rcs are in great at Old and by his Agents in thc the c Lotteries have been remarkably ONLY FIVE SranU State on a new and highly irsprnved to be drawn in One 20th and and Jamess now splliiu the T1CKKTS and SHARES iu the present truly in Capital and other v The very superior of the present LU1 are by Adventunm having a sure Chance of all the Capital as the whole will be drawn iu ONt 20th of and on which Day the im sum of may be joined by One Number and also thai of waiting in anxious as ill all for mer I oKenr thc fortunate in this may at once receive A 1ND1 ENDEKCE FROM THK LONDON ie nittr 1 had seen at in the evening of that the gallant and illustrious army ot the These forces having all eimked ij I ordered my vanguard placed before that tieArinp I tiien discovered was a skirmishing ef our parties with an advanced body of the stationed at ttiat time in the district of leagues tant from and which m senuel routed and pursued to At breuttof drvy thc my army being ass3mbled in die ei on trnsive plain between Velarta and I dii t i i Thus the evening cf ths 2Gti concluded having conferred with General lesley tlwt niglxt on our I resolved to rej PASS the Alberche on the morning of thc follow1 ga ing when we agreed the right should be by the and die left by vance of with the f 11 1 i occupied ijv bv two der the command ct bv ad thv hdjjjir un l hy bri de of ot One of these i led rt of Mt the Tlv rrutined during that vj ths the eiTect of who sustainrd a very lime the the the heights near LieutenantG with orders tn to the opposite j where the side of thc whidi were obeyed thc n ing of tlie Vid ct ene At of h L I niilst now that Marhal Victor had withdravn from post he occupied on ot Aiber in order To avoid the attack mediated on that day by the allied army and he aitrrwads uvaled 1 CISCO by th tlan back bv who me I rected that thc thc intrepid in ths neiglibourhood of with BritridterTGeneral Dem Josef de the forces under General charge the who had been reinforced with 8000 men composing the guard o the Iru the division of cavalry of General Latour Mau1 who took the command ct the tnus the division of cavalry of General Latour Mau and I diroeied that the divisions of infan trv and cavalry should march in close that thus advancing towards they might rc who to md byGeneral Sela assisted bv Marshals Jourdan and At Frencli It now appeared that the enemy v wibhe hed to sist the if the French should endeavour to I brinij on a general by the frequeiifap force the enrance to this ns they seemed to uf his and by the oc have The dispatch of pation of Sauta Olalla by the whole ins urnr iUIc Divft vuill a theil BANKRUPTCT of lioiu September 30 to November at sent by this will give yuu a per fect knowledge of what occurred on that morn Thrs communication is promised in a new Supplement to the Seville but was not published at the time of the departure of the Samuel Mather of Scanton dealer and 13 Ann and John of Bradbury to surrender October 16V and niT an immense number of O November at at Cic rLi I rlv thc two last the lust Attornies Halsttad and i huv i A I and tlif last Capital Prize ever i in Jounrry maybe supplied the same if br their Ortlers Post or Carriage zc Bank or Post Office of OldEsubliibed Corn T London where aH Businrss 5ihlic Fnnds is with fidelity and the State the Lottery that will be a THIS TSAR Manchester and Milne Richard late of dealer and October 17 and ar at the Anpel Reading and and William of October November at the Jervngbaih Arnq Tlie whole army followed the passing by and took up a position in the olive between that town and the river The British on the night of the marched from and on thc following morning united and while vanguard attacked rcpwlsed the ene tlie English also fiksd off to take up a position on our according to the pkn It Most Excellent a 1 w r J nificent we saw fee combined Hisoutposts I i 1 approached the Thus circumstanced precipitatelv at break of day on the the posituvi agieed upon was taken and Sir Arthur Wellesiey or dered General with a division of English infantry and a brigade of to continue in the olive plantauon on the right ude due where this comprising the re might cover the British n Juan de c vered tseit i jiidc ou the it turned under which iy f he f th tiiee i ary the cf the i by iiio toes were received with c and were driven back by t division h ed bayf Ljithc brieade of was ft i the n the by the too draw under division of of the ro of a by rioht flmk of the was In v ecord General and as he cd General ordinary important ser open to and commanded by ia IA lirp n I tO Where was assernUed second hne a Beween this height anitf cham of ftere a aa and Don Lcuis Alexandro latter was ordered to support the division Iry cf the Duke wliich was detached to i   

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