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   Day (Newspaper) - October 5, 1809, London, Middlesex                                AT SIX PRICE SIXPENCE HALFPENNY M V THOMASS and GUVs ASTLEY COOPER will begin his S on SURGERY on Monday k ii the T in the large a VIEW erf taken from the comprehending the nt cf Western the Bar CaMlt as far as the South Foreland the KIJIKI is distinctly seen in the The with and The View 11 continues r COURT of DIRECTORS of the EAST A DOCK COMPANY do hereby give Crmral Meeting of Proprietors of the said 1 txliild it the City of London BUhops on October zt one for of a Diridrnd on the Companys tbthalfyear tiKir at By Ordtr of the JOHN will be taken at two General Meeting of the I aud other Subscribers to the 1C hild this iNUh hi the Chair the enlarged scale upon which of the country now carrying to reconsider the original resohirioas under rirtee hove hitherto uctuii and that in future this fund be appropriated exclusively to ail Relatives who dc i rn those who fall in the cause of their of those whose wounds are attended or disability from future service to the towards the aged and infirm British ard to the support oflhe Spools and Hos at the daferent depots in be made to the patriotism alld liberality of o ribnVons to the Parriorit IKprovided with the means of coDtinu relief to thf se meritorious t inscriptions already ALBION FHIE AND New Bbck EMPOWERED BY ACT OF P FOR Lufurance from Jar the Grant and Purchase of Jnturtmcei faUiae due at AKdtadaat jkoMfe catd 15 0 105 0 O 21 0 0 SO 5 Si io Im anii Jolm Tiylof i imUie md Co Royal i Hampstead Hetrh Ficton riirs received at the Bar of and by the FRIENDS of FOREIGNERS 1I Halfyearly General Court will be This The i taken it two oclock since the last 105 5 105 5 50 i05 5 105 25 1 1000 Sd Ijtrion rltrd to hi 2JBe 2J Ji So New 21 0 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 K 10 10 10 10 JO 10 10 10 ID K 10 10 10 0 10 10 1O 10 10 0 10 10 1 I Oppenh Merrier 1 i Miss Mercier New 10 10 10 10 Trca 5 10 10 1 1 10 10 i i 10 10 Droop 10 10 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 10 5 5 Sussman 11 by 10 0 10 10 by Murray 1 1 From a Charity Ser by the at Brides on June including the follow ing Benefactions BO 19 10 0 S t I FIRS POLICIES of Insurance expiring at A shnutd ac renewed inithtn fifteen that jiertodt to jireoeni the forties Interest ceasing Paiinent ot Xunt is guaranteed tn case of farming Stock insured withoiU the Average at Merchandize in the Docks insured at per for three Large aSatattenis en the Premtem and Duty of for more yenrt thtin EAGLE LIFE Thit description of Insuranceis of inettimairlt impprtantf ta all Pcrsms holding or dependent or ntaae incomes cease Eianple A person thirty years of age by the small annual payment of13L MCOtt to to or asJie may direct at his Any other ram may be insured tn like at any Mir One jvrson mcy insure anothers Jo the amount of any interest he jnaij luce in thi continuance No StttrirmX Money or Admission Fine No Charm Jar or catts of tfo Registry of Assignments A large Commission allowed to prociir ing ind Capital Two Ludgate of expire at Mi be renewed witiiinjiftecn dayifrom that fersons insured with this faUcia ctfurtM ahax nspeeifvtty ihaf Xectipls Jar IU renfUil nflkc scale are ready far delitxry the the resjKCtice Agents oj tie Arougioui the United This offer to insurers the fallowing advantages or procuring to be ANKU al I by Bro PropriEtors of tie Cpu rier de Esq Schacht Thornton Vanderhtlm Clexiby Thoinns 3 John received by Trca t Mincing Lane by wch of tar Dircc S Chzries Bedford and Eirchui i Lloyds Coffee House and by the following Forster and Down and Drum i UT aud Chatteris Coutts and Dxjrrien and Tntton Vere and Ransom Hoarcs Robarts and 1 Pall MalL Auctioneer and near Himoverstret Long SmithWcst cor upwards of thirty cs the utmost rutnq for all kin i In of HOUSE i idvanceJ ou Elects intended fur immediate Mul Balance paid the Day after such r1 by Auction tvery Monday and I 1 i will 6ud thU BH aJrantageous and expeditious of their Property to the best adTantagc or any day i 11 till eijlit ID the will aticndid to Rents legally dfafmiaed N vaiuci in town or Houses or Shops i ul ou reasuiiablc forms I T km THIS reiprctfullv reminds the that S PATE LOTTERY not ohly begins bat finishes the 20th of this Monti all who wish EKrHTy THOUSAND purchase cf a single must buy before tbe as whole consisting of wm be derided inONE cti and Shares arc selling in great at his Old Offices in and by his Agents in the who in the late Lotteries have been remarkably tati ui sharing an immense number of Ca f partiil rly tbe two lajt the tut and the last Capital Prize ever fcrsoiis in the Country maybe supplied the as if by sending their Orders Poster Carriage med with good of Post Office 10 either of his Corn r Charinc London t where afl Bwiinen IiMic FundB transacted with fidefity and to rooKfc ta tbeOcOv Lottery tblt wffi be Abatementi are according tothe erifinnted with this on the fremimiu of all fine Ifttitnuuxt out of A large advantage it aJUnftd on Life Insurance and every facility is afforded by wijcA tne HUerest nienct of the jmblic may be The Companys Office for the ffett of London it at near Oxford on Ute Silt of Band COUNTY FIRE SOlTi ANNUAL Picmiumsdue at Michaelmas should be paid witliinfifUen days from Persons insured attkis Office stutTf Profits faulting Stock insured generally the arvrare reduced rate of sliiuiags fier JW eittrgeis Puliciis on rcmocal from other Pertanp seven by nne jwyinent are charged Jor Losses hullVrn rnadr food by thit OJfet vntftOKf dednctioirtr IiLfuraticei are effected in at rf Cte nature of Ciirmtry tin tfealempftt end the nf ir Afoils are in ciery ttrhictftbl who are Jvr lite Provident Life founded Matplitg PHCENlX FIRE vfiose Insurance at AfichatflHas are requested to takt jlrctijnx are ready at the in Lombard and with the steerai Agents of the Farming Stock it inrurrd at two shillings per Insurances in ajid m the Canttiiart of jtre effected upon Terms corrtspondetU teoerst Attendance is giren Wight and Day at tlta tcveral Engine StatioHi bdonKtit tlte JEtfKIlf Ctnrgc will be nude iy this Office tor faSaies of tmnrancenjKtt Sams of Hundred Pountt fiHILL And years olifea Terr fast r A map j lated flrnid Gentl very ter of high weight silk we table and bed black andcpttVJi elcgL and Gtntlemen furolrt the following JtOWrU Suffolk Street Street Fothef gittr Ainersgati Sttfeet ftncstnftf Street Stanhope Road Brentford Comoton Street Twiner Sfetet Wauoh atd Lane and Pigged in months prior to or on have the ofkccoming interested in the Persons insuring fw more yean than one allowed q cjnJfdtroble Discount 011 PrenJuin No chargefor Polities of and orfjr Policies unjer that effected thiri years or nor for or Ko dcdttction in the Payment of Damage by Lightning modi A Brokerage of per on Shipping Abatements on Insurances otU from to Jer on the a liberal atlwance on Liret and Childrens Endowments on eaaitable and advantageous Solicitors anil others allowed a Cammusion bringing Life Insurances to this farming Stoeli insured at two shiUJngtixr WANTSa as a in in Inn or a respectable YOUNG who undertfinds Public and can be well cicom post to White Bear Basing hall RAINES PARJSH OF GEORGES an UNMARRIED not under nor above Fortyfive years of For particulars apply to the Matron on or befsre Tuesday the 10th ANTED a with not Uss lhaii two sc three ami sillin roach aiii good cu the O are ami Heri fmil or a few miles Lrllcis addressed to will be immediately at YOUNG FOREST be at very reduced Five Hundred Thpusind very fine Forest acd other now fit to and which are well worthy the notice of Gentlemen making or persons who are in the habit of contracting to lay ont as they have but a very sjbort hand carriage to a communicating with all parts of tbe To view the and for apply to at Warwick JN the most preferable part of Welk To be SOLD by PRIVATE the LEASE of a neat DWELLING cpntaiaing two good with and numerous convergences on each and every proper office with good fenced with lofty aid back wav to Hackney handsome years uneipiredat at the low ground rent of per A fcW useful fixtures to Viewed from twelve till Apply to Musgrove Church LINLEYs This Day is in 4 lL THE ADVENTURES OY RALPH REY containing Sketches of Modftrf The ways of Heaven arc dafk and Puizfcd with and perpliured with errors Our understandinetracei them in Lost and bewildePd in the fruitless search sees with how much on the windings Nor where the regular Pnnurd for Richard London and to be hadof all BEFORS THE iOth OFTHIS SWIFF and respectfully requestthen Friends to that alT vAo mtend to m the present STATE LOTTERY must before the SOth of this as on that Day the whole There are only ana contains the following Capital Prizes 4 of a of 4 of I IS O Besides 100U SOL bt Drawn io Oaf Off Tickets and Snkrej are Selling Charing wM yate Hijh SA1JSS Viroabte By his AN exfiASVe aTdd T UNREDEEMED c old BUmerois exteBcnt goH trifl anil other 1000 ounces of capital beti fine India and other mus farris superfine table and bed bed Oemenit IS feather and a dhrersity at By Spidbus Atittloll RopirSiffie Sonffi west Comer of Lincolns at 1 under anete cution of the Palace A Grand in br of wUhin the six months Miy be To Foundertj and otheri boM Stable of a Coach PKteiC rel of aJady at ciDU Auction the colis Inn C by order of the Shi GENUINE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and remalniaijarock inTMdeofa Coach Plater tot unit lead othic articles togother with a of a Lady without theft A ta Property ofi CHARIOT quiet in hsr d ariVelltoown on tbe hatlutey t i Jl and tbe piristi of two with fcvrrajcxcellfnt and rrtnvtcd Scld of cgverejl wiUr satin liair clotbj rfrgapt a capital statuary w wint irouzed irjuIe auil a tint tuniil piano forHVtwo cnpilal efrtsofma liuljaiiy ilinfhg tables on pillars end a complete sufa mid uekl btttsteatis 2nd goose and other feather cltan naliojany lailics and geutUiiuuis dressing to of mqliogaayand japanried moriiic tpHoU Brua anil KidiTmninster aud a grtat inferior domestic in Hack and City at Garraways ai in Four FREEHOLD and Tim jL bef situate al in let to old fecaptJ at tt very low rents ft neatLease hold Brick Dwelling ElijAbeth Hackney Road aiid two neat Brick in West City Road part let arid remainder to resp9ctable tenants at at 10SL per annum heldfor tcrna of SO and SO at ktW gronnA Freehold ingtori m the county of B P ees y go m at order of the Trust under the wiH ot Thomai in Four AGented with cpach and oC meadtrw m the parish of on lease to and at yer of which 14 years unerpirtd and 1 wo m tfteoccupatioil of OijinJind at old low A Dpuble ajod Hop in the parish of Ltastecd acd Three excellent five planted with in the occupation of Robert CullctJ aijerning the 1 urnpikc Road tfarte orchards rfcld fruit and are in A House and Butchers with three acres of pasture in tlie parish of NewlnVtbri next a Pwcel of Wood of which i and 30 lie m and 1 1 and Leasehold Banner and at THE uhgspirtd LEASEof a ccmfonabe DWELLING situated 69Banner LulA comptie a din jhr drwwbjjr and do convenience had for an term of thirteen at only 36 guineas per annum Absolute in anjTtO three Afes Land aridto and Twenty Eagle and at by direc tran of the Assignees of William a Banl TE REVERSION m and to Three Acres of COPYHOLD MEADOW called Shutsbury in the pariskpf East near ia OX cotOityof subject to and a reHt of certain on the death of iLadV aged abojit 58 19 jrtthcr with 100U strfKngv of the rame Lots g and JKagle Ingnrance Beautiful Cottage wiih and four of Pafcture Land neat Tjinbridge By ADAMSON and at Garraway at HPHE with immediate of 1 of a dnenlarly compact COTTAGE UhtfullT in the reiptiCtabU village of in the county of Sussexi in a fine sporting where the post eyery daj at eq distance only two fttom TunbrldW seven from Tunbridge I five from 28 from and 38 from Lon don pontaminr fhree tw handsome best drawing room dirunz near 16 feet wash and an outhouse capable of being oonwrted into a chaise house and a fore vjeasutg jmd Jciuhen neatly laid andfqur acres mea exclusive of the House ahd grteoads Pre mises with cotrrrBsprllng nleasjng yipw over Lord wWdi for dittant toanV there pldtj in tSe ndgTl SA BVAUC TION Tars Leasehold Brook By and at at urieipired LEASE of a Brickbuilt sjtfeted Brook in tie occupation Surgeon drf rembvingtoNoi 1 1 Finsbury The four sleepyig dressing oams apd aiiung breakfast conve liQtt store shop op the ground with parlour i private a comfortable arflj3uctce8firiii j held for an uuexpired term of thirteen 1 hold in sniall Tax re at the Yorkshire BUILDING in ji pleasant and unpruvM situu JjUtqa lending the SV Jolins The Estate is amply klfcd good hot a is vpiy cun igjuocv ro Ibe Ncv nsptjctable inif WKnHs the attention of the privatr pentlemin i be Vieweil fouitccn iliys previous to Sale by nt the Yorkvliue where a pcr wifl attetiJ tn shew trie The aucyLmivol of the present has proved eminently disastrous in a vrrrieif of thfedetSS5 df which is The failowjngy are sorry to is ketch of the abundant mischief these have occasioned In tfce nfgBt Monday and the1 8th and 1 9th thie part of the country experienced one of the most awful tempests that has been by the oldest person It btew rftost from the W the faJn felLjn aad wiUi a which cannot be The and streams of water over Sowed their channels in all dehiging tlte adjacent and svreepmg away almost every object which opposed their It is impossible to estimate the great damage jvhich been in the of a few this andchiefly in the article of the effects of it is to be will be severely felt by the community lamJirteiablfr sheaves of dieamount of near having been lost by the occupier nf NewburnHall Farm The at was overflowed during Tues and it wa with extreme difficulty that some small which were lying inside of the tier of could be prevented from being placed on their Great damage has like wise been done in the neighbourhood of many watermills being by their beiig carried Great quantities of grain have also been lust in that llie river WPS so much swollen at Sun derland bridge southward cf dint die mailcoach could no but the bags were got and forwarded to in a The Wear was slieaves of com for several The sufferers are too nu merous to Some parts ot the road to Morpetli were under water to a considerable dcpdi all die small screams of the country IvevfliAved their Besides the loss in i is fco ihrobable diat numbers cf have rishcu several having been t diiltrent it is said i Seatin and anu been fcund hanging upon and left lanes besides vast quantities seen floating the different Ths river lEben or End was higher than had for fifty A barn was washed tiowri at belonging John of Jaines the lost a great deal jjf corru Smeddle also lust upwards cf 100 stopks the water on the groundfloor of his dwellinghouse was at orie tirne nearly three feet The water in Bransty Beck forced down a part jrf of the and the cellars of the adjoiiifng houses we c under water for some From the quantity df wafer in the the sametemporary incon venience was felt in some hiouses iri die market place bui we do not hear of any diimnge having His Grace die Diiki of his amia ble and thcir to ibis presence on tho 1st Otrtphef and tn arrive the Lord nt four in tlie his will receive the of n to he preseriied by Mayor and and the and prlnrrpaj inhabitants of this eesy jjiiugcjj destroyed by the near Lowca over Morresby a mile and a half from this town over near abotit a mnv btlow Egremont Nether Hall over tha near Waver near Wigton ove the Keekle within miles ot this net ttrely but in such a as to render irnpaiiable for the present the bridge at Hasket NewMarket Sebergham brLdge Bellbridge and two wooden bridges a The river was astonishingly and in a much greater proportion than the The flood occasioned thereby wa the greatest ever Many the corn being in were entirely ot had two valua ble horses drowned in the by the over flowing of the and much mischief besides dQue in that The loss in die fields adjacent to the Emont is also said to have been The river Cardew has carried down whole fields of com at Caldbeck it swept away trie strong stone weir that diverts the stream to the cornmill belonging to the Rectory of that totally demolished the woollen carding ma nufactory and machinery belonging to Isaac It also carried a dwellinghouse at an 89acre field of wheat at Dalston and all the corn in In the suburbs in consequence of a large mound of earth at the head of holme having been carried away last the Caldewran directintoCaldewgate and all that part of the town so completely under that it was with difficulty any even on could pass into the Much in jury has been sustained at the extensive print works of at Cummersdale also at the printworks of These works are both situated on the banks of the Jarties Ascoiigbr and Robert have nearly lost their all by the late The we has also done considerable damage the farmers in the neigh bourhood of Eotcherby and Rickerby have suf fered very The has carried down great quantities of At Cummings lost a pair of valuable post and a in crossing the river Waver r tlie postboy was providentially saved by laying hold of the branches of a The river Pettcrell was likewise swollen to an Se veral fields of cOrn adjoining that river were partially swept away bv the particularly one field of five acres of On Tuesday morning the river Type over flowed its banks to amost alarmmg It has not been remembered so high bince the year Great quantities of grain have been swept off those low which in many places lie the The loss sustained cannot ft corn ancient And loyal Viceregal after tjie will proceed 1cr the seai of Colonel Prendevgast where they dine and on Monday those illustrious per sonages and suite will also honour the Colonel with ttfeir presence at On Monday night there will a Assembly in this pa troniscS by ibe Countess of Clare and Colonel their Graces have signified their of as well as vast numbers of Nobilhy and Gentry in the vicinity and are the rooms will exhibit a blaze of and not inferior to Uny other city in the theMayor Corporation will entertain hu Grace and suite at at Swinbums WeJnesdaV ir ixedfor an entertainment to them at the City Commercial by the mer and principal On that ball will be given by Colonel Pren dergast at to the Viceregal aaid an assemblage of all the dignity in the Thursday the Counters of Clare will be honoured by their to din ner at Mount where at night there will be a grand and every display of magnifi for which the Noble Countess has been FROM THE The general orders cf this day will announce to our readers as severe a loss as the small society of this has rorhaps ever We allude to the death of Major of his Ma jestys liXli embarled with his regi ment from this r at the commencement of die late disturbances jn that and returned afeiv days in the with a that lei no hopes cf and which terminated in death this morning at two On diis melancholy we are convinced that every man has equally partaken ot die gene ral sorrow and rcgrot which pervaded the minds of the whole gai and which was so emirterithconspicuous in the discharge cl the and solemn duties that were paid to his memory in Major Beaver has left a widowand thrre in to lament his less and the only consolation that can offered under the afflicting mrrtcrairis which his death has ertailcd on is the though melancholy record of die general esteem apd regard that was entertained for him when and of the just and well merited tribute and regret which was paid to his memory when The arrangements for his funeral were of die most solemn The General was chief This large subject to the crown of Den and containing an extent of sarface nearly equal was provisionally taken under the protection of our Government in July Strange as i may the iiUnd was in eiFect reduced by six Leimen to a marque from the ThebJaundess fc lovrs took Govemor and the garrison The native arj estimatud at but they are much have little communicjtion eacli and arc miserably They did not seen to inr rest themselves in the who khouIJ bo their A sloop of wliich touched at In seemed rather to disapprove of the letter of marques proceeding aiul tlie Danish Go Count is now at on his wayto to seek In time die island in some in our It is not of great in almost any point of view no even of die hardiest can be raised and dried the and these are in no great a gentteman of fortune from at die instigation of Sir Joseph spent the summer in in investigating its natural He with a retinue of M far up die country as the perennial   

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