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Day (Newspaper) - October 9, 1809, London, Middlesex TRICE SIXPENCE HALFPENNY f AND INSURANCE SlWBridge i BY ACT OF and on tmd of ftc rtntuctl ihfjJmnhich originated M MPremiums ofali Fire Iiumranqu oqt ailitmtafe tf aUtancd on fnrurttncc nffirded by which Hu interest and ccutnj fafir fcrf LmimC at on the Wnt SiAc of Jfaa Jttnfl exprng at Miawemas trft uftftfn daysji OIH fJtst ptrfdtf to crazing titettitu in case of iumrrf uUiioitl tlte Premium and Duty of fmurenae LIFE frtsurunrx it nfinatenablc to or dependent on avuc thirty ytaft of ff by the smpll lecnre iajd Au may diivdj at lunieatlb Any other mirf at any tither One ira A Charge for Paiiciet or CerUfl Registry of A Mtd Co er Persons procur OF EAST INDIA i to rturn my most rratcful very flatteaag reception with you upon niy The day of 18th allew me to nd juj port in ray the tist baUot placed me second upon the and tlie accession of many very powerful then justify a well grounded i t tic plcascrf to confer upon me the important I t bcr Uave to asiure you of the J with vrtiich I ihall dcvou myself to your I tht honour to Ladusarid mcch obfigcd and Faithful hunible SAtES Cgplul HswJrftiiBBt s r I VvO thousand pan two JL sand feet of new andojd weather pale feno ing and Harris SOOWeet of new rafters and quar a hejttjuwtfoy young poplar a nannt wirul rapt 4nt twiWpwijeelfr and iron vraroinzajiji makers iv oik afiti anti ritr of uiffal By the at THEgenuine FURNI together witt the valuable Lease of the Pre jnisa the etonpfeto stock Trf excellent box Dees bee ttw property oT Banlel Honey by order of the Ad Tninstratrix y a general ussortment of fui piano daily at the Kings Head iruru eleven till four FURNISHED or UN j U a ftw doorj from Temple consist ji l one of whicb is suitable fpr a not being so much an Furthtr particulars ap VAtfXEH SCHOOL Thil Daf Is Kandsomely tq con Awkors Im with a fuUAUoirahce SCHQiOL DiCH ONAHY JL tick Dictiomrg and the tTse of in vrmch a the Roots of Wordv and nintting the Cqmmoa and all By the DAVm Author of the English the Class Hrst Catej Gracimar of ovtrnestwBlha Heading Eawraip EterV ScnoolmMtef and G of a Work which ha brought the EngUsb Vifti an attainable by expunging what was appearance tD for Six a ROUSE in theneigh or Bedford alri he preSrrtd IT in fee there are but thc h Distillers and Invention to Bj aj in by order of the Assignees of William of a LEASEHOLD ESTATE at Tvferida near consisting of a carcase of m Curdrate front 17 feet by 86 feet and 200 feet deep of duo ground also ground to bnild tour en ttf same plan as the The Prenilses are situated on the West sideof Edgvrare betwiit Paddiugton and and held on agreement for lease for 75 and a ground rent of guinea per at GarrawjSyX at io by order of the FREEHOLD A Popoins conlijuoui to Fleet desirably situated for a contains seven in each good cellars an4 let to tenants at at the Ipw rent of per annum Also Leasehold Brfmodt near elegantly fitted up with wine and good garden and fore and repUte with conveniences lease uaex pired 12 at a low Hhjh Estate at Three Tuns Margaret t at by order of the in One T EASEHOLD extensive PREMISES com AJ prising a Dwelling coach ware and smiths with right of way situate add being In ihe Red Lton Inn High Borough of near the comer of Union The Premises are 143 feet 2 Inches in 33 feet 10 at the East and 37 feet 10 at the West and ire Brick Household Stock of Mens am Boys and Plated and Fleet By ADAMSON and on the Tioar and following Dor at 11 by direction of the HOUSEHOLD House andChop Stock in and of John Clothes Salesman a condstiiig pf a general assortment of jack tr pe muslhj The and comprise and caddy shells and tea cream chamber fruit and buiter liouor sets of egg toast of Sfle knives and brass ba Eclled aud other or redundant IB Ac Dictionary of Thp by mca5J beeP reduced fropr Sixty Tfiocsand to mort than Ten Thonsahtj and the xy be ctimmlttEd td Memtarf in than thee For the cqriyeniehce of theTotor and Pupil every Word hav been divided and aconmiaied and this for the purpose of possesses til a manifestsnpenority over eyery Pjnnted for Richard Phfllipsv London and to be had of Tabart and at rhe Jtrjcmle Btma Street Bryo and Edinburgh i Wagon and DiibDn and an other Of whom may be all the other Works of the tame Author i A mod and Bedford London Jam Plymouth of and Oct R 4 at CornVaU and Jonathan Rolls Fttd ter Lp John MU of New Eagle Attorniesi aod ijir Crerille rj d ijr Crerille ratton Jofin oTLocknamptonj fealtr ana ChetomnatrL Lin coln London and rfihon Chel Tfiomas of Mincing dealer md chap and at at Aft Owen and Bartletts Hot bonv R5bert late of dealer and and at at OniklialL Atf Wittrand and Castle Budge FHQM THI PROMOTIONS WAR 4th Repment of Cornets VTUliairi W3uam from the 21 and Charles to he without 1 Slh Regiment of Light Ralph without vjce promoted fcaat by vice without vice appointed Regimental Quarter to be Cornets Cornet Samuel to be Regiment Quarter 1st Regiment of Foot Surgeon William of the Light fofantry to be vice Beo apppirtted to the lTth Regiihent df George to be wuhout vice promoted the oot 19th Anderson to be Captain of a Cam vie deceased George Stewart to be without vice promoted Second Roqald tke 3d Ceylon o be vice Douglas 21 st Thomas to be Paymaster of the 2d Tice 29th Srsncls from tbe Wexford Milt to be 92d Edward Forward to be y vice in the 84th 36th Robert Irom the 55th to be Captain of vice dfc to in To dinii Liquoa by an oi the furl nacautrf to the old i jisc all the pvn by tfaU that ttc sflioke about Tanker be vU ublecosKt lions To be Wirvdck Street T last a WHrrE TERRIER tfSIRABLE GwJme ht of iurnishcd or together with the Bardeto ttrm quantity at the opdontrf rn 1C to 1 OO icrcs tltt abqTe is fronting the rich project Britwal rtflry i a a an a coayemeflt atoce chlua tic chamber story contains fire fcxndsospe two drifting rotou the v containing servant s j a coal Wood cclUt the pleasure ground escireUa the disposed wWi the eclMe with lofty fruit walled U nahling for a haj FurJin particulars may be Cabinet and rooniT jicht ear wiji a plated without whoever will bring him reeffVe TWO OOiNEAS rewirtC This is She last afa that will by O fat Gentry Professional House Par sons desirous of df n Qf PjTwgrtr01 Mr BATES respectfully tlwt sit gSTATE DWECTORY writ be puilii to be continocd and ofrrty bi it U the ease anil simplicity of a Plan t general at present so ii and Th Directoris kept Cofire Houses in London ilso at tbv pwrwdal towns villages throughout th tJnJtod Adverdszmeno are received at Donet Manchester Square j iUo by Kerby aod Oxford Street and Mr Wilson Cornhill of whom the Direc torymar Booksellers hroujhout the United TWENTIETrt tsw PRESENT MONTH of AK STATED Y wilt be Drawn in O N F resprctftilly remiud the present Lottery mutt be roadi thsxami in u tbe whole Drawing will be decided ia oly of each ooo f 00 f 4 0J I IS And not Blaoks to a Tickets Mid at theftM corner aoJ fachfg the Gate of the KTOIT hy THIS BISH respectfully reminds the tha the STATE LOTTERY not only begins butflnisb on tie SOftof Out Month aU who wish T I of an otdestabtished work to the i bf whofc 1m and re 1 fcr at a vory TbeStoolt r nw option of the B Fhe another AW post to near TE in ublmefor RX it ITa mile frorti tUe higli road to frtm aqd SO t of se of a single must buy before the as the consisting of be detided in Tickets Shares are sclHng in jreat at to CHd sbcd Offices In arid by his Agents in th tftio in the late Lotteries Bave ben remarkagl fortunate in fcThog and npinber of Ca riticiUri the nvo last WWOL the las r the nvo last TE5 Capital Priz ey i Persons in the Country may be supplied the same ap t or Carriage ac where John of New at t the New f Chick at at GeorgP D Croskty and Kicliard Basinghall BhiiAwrlt at Ocfc Djniel of at at the Richard f at at the Geopge Liver ool Partridge anfl late of Bow at etevertat the KingsAtros JantesTarry andVohri at at 0ci 30 orb Thomaa of Baniett i at one at OuiKltoa 30 f at the Kal of Vr Jtham at it of Thomas irorjmoit eert at at iohn of Oreif Richard GreenTdf TloartofWafliini 67 Wm krte of Lin colu John Higrihs and Robert of Wnu of bin of Fenchurch PARTNERSHIPS R and of Lin John Trotr carped 47th Ensign from the to be without aarcbauN Sgd Jjent from the Che shire tobe 54th The without vice i7th Ensign to be vice deceased KobeO to tie vice 59th Francis FuBer to be Captain of a Com by who 63d WUliim rice Half appoiowd to tae vibe to fee Lieutenants without pttrchase Ensign WUuain rora tbe 1st Garrison ntviic add Alke Gint vke to be 60th Lientenabt John Jordan to bC Owptain of a vice to be vjceTwBgtar promotetfy StvJBtl TKomas from tbe In Cayse Ensigns Jjhn vice vice and John vice to e vice and Alexander Gent 78th 5VWiani to be without purchase vice Assistant from West India tobfe vice promote aiv Impend of the va of and negociatiowB far peace at Alteu are carnvd Wiih the Utmost tartif we from rhe number of eondnuutty jeproing and that On the of the Bute of Gftdore Count Chump igny gave a splendid at which all the in the vici nity Vere The ErnperocNipoleon ftequently rruikes ri ruriioas on liprseback in tle neighbourhood of accompinjod LytheVictroy of the General Comman dant of the and other It is said the Eniperpr will go for some o Brunn and to to review the two c jrps theDnlces of Rjvoliand tbe Director of the Museum of is still at It is said that die rare books and manu scripts which are aalso the pictures and works of wLil be bent t The most valuable collections which were were sent to Hungarybefore die A requisition of GlX0 horses been made on tlie Austrian provinces occupied by the A swarmoT peasants have again col lected mthe southern part of the who threaten the Venetian territory vila incur olns Inn Und agents and Job and of Providence Utv Wood Scarlet and of Beer wice and Bland and of Liverpool Cvplts and S of of and of Befrbllai and of Denmark and of Lone medicine and of Pool Petty ami of wine mer OlW and of Bristol naBer Fernandes and of Wflson FhSbury Street and of Throjmiarton wint merchants MrshaB and Taylor and of Old fitrod slice C A3dB and of Boswefl Carvy Wof thlngton and of bnck Ingram Butlw 4 Preston and of and of sions and hAdfof orae urae felt an anxiety respect to jTwo considerable Rus sian corpj on the point entering that vince from MolJayia and but the conclusion of prevented their The militia are near Fragvej arid White Mcun rendered tJieAiatth is strongly under Archdake in The plaji of calling a Diet in Eastern has been given up for certain General Dedowieh hat ned great tiois near the fortress of Our hopes of ace TheFrenc quarters have been rmo ed trorji to The pad D Ensign George Logan to be John to be vice 95th Captain Charles from tte lltttTOOL to be Capcin of a Jflii Ward to be ditto Leckie from he 47tl Second Lieutenants Bdn John Kniign 9ist and Alexander from 2ith to bt First I without 103d Thomas GerJCto b without vice 7th West India Join to be without 8ih Joseph Robert from the 82d to be without 1st Ceylon Second Samuel Moffatttsvbe Ffrst without purchase Charles BlaCken to be Secpud without vice 2d Charles to be Second Lieu without vice who Sd WiiUpPeckham to be Captain of a Com vicr deceased Second Lieutenant JMack to be First 1 vice Dfllons Henry DArville to be Captain of a vice deoeased Ensign de to be vice DArrifaf Gent to be vice de v Meuronss Sylrester O to be vice whose appointment iaa not taken P IK Garrison Edmond to De Bn icn vice tppomted to the 63d 6thRoyal Veteran Captain James from the ad Royal Veteran to De Cajtam of a Com vice deceased ST Ouarter Mauer Serjeant Thomas Agar to Onarter at rt HOSPITM Henry and Alfred de to be Hospital Mates for General re Royal Regiment of ArtHlerf Seeond Ueuttiont John Pascoc to be First vice BANKRUPTCY John John of BucUers Until the conclusion of the Peace wth A as it apueai nothmg be undertaken tie bit it will be thought suri oent to restrain tlje rebels by a suitable of troftps ffori incursions and but they wifl be aftenvards acted against with rrloch thetoore The establishment of a jnovaWe legWn of National Guards io eachf fjie fifteen circles of Bavaria win be completed nixt Our Court Gazette folioiviug ar ticle In of repeated intimaticms from his the Emperdr of that tie TVench division of General m the be srmprted by Royal his Majesty has ordered LieutCeneral Von Ko vidi four battalions of the regirnertt of and the French army is or on UKline of die Ausiruns have laid die in the vici nity of under w The C urse of m ccrnsequence of the has altered much for the Tlie flut and a putrid fever in ke Aus trian Thfs sickly state of the s as cribed lo the bad wliioh the luive boea oblit ad to The garrison oi Triese Giu lay commands in Sou hem where a very active recruiting carried Aflofficers have received orders Jo join their respective cofps wfthin twenty lour According to the most retont Accounts the die firtr5s has taken possetsion of by tive BANKS GF At six Oclock this the post from Vienna bad not but at the Frradi received Vtxfr dispatches rhe nevs of tlie pro Belgrade longatioti of the g ntl ihe irt Efie s by his This several houses in Hamburgh i be through whatever tne poL prints on the particularly the Vier nlfght saytothe brmc xefsc s are of opinion thiU Austria will at last be i by Private letters from Paris I 1 Franquernont and Prince with a bat n case Of a peace Napoleo f 4alion of miljtja to enter the Vo which they nave and occupred and Lane tp the army of tne and afterwards to Sp i To this latter country several irarierial equipages already been sent off from The French troops occupy Feldj ictters fromBerliit tha a close allimce be tte State is tfrc onrf Lottery that GEPRGETHS a Mill the as to the present time of OoeA M fqrmot t of potftic A George Harry Hale and of Birchln Lane mfrStsVto at twelve W at at free late of dealer and and at at NKboJas Ute of Leather d at at ten at GuJidhalL K Miohael late of ter dedtr the Doughty Street and k Sttl completing Humes u priec Two in nrpsiot of dealer and l at at Star and Goiter at tne Hare John of at John Chadwic and the most cornplete tranquillity prevails in the Vqrtl akhoagh the Tyrolese are continuany en deavouring to ejcite disturbances in that The here has that from the 1st of October of the present the divi sion of time at and throughout the vrndle Roman shall be the same asin and other European It u well known that it has hitherto been the custom here to be gin to reckon hours from and count forwards through the whole BAKKS OF THE The public Journals that France requires from the quarter of the the three circles m Bo The which was to have terminated on the has been prolonged for three these from the 31st of August to the 20th of Tlie reason assigned for this the srreat distance cf the Conrt of Peters m the ne tween Russia and Prussia i The Em peror Alemnder ij said to be at the vast military force which the Poles organizing in so Tiearriefrontieis of his own uoaii He is not witting the of Austria should be stripped of the last part its hereditary The jveparations makiiYg in Saxony seem to cqufirinthe s be of anmuneJiaCc The iKing of orders to Pnnfe c hi ro n with given to occupy burgh wti the troops had and he threatened to servd tbrte of his on the Senate an extortion of so moderate a symas dxty sand marks ciirrent thv forbore sending any troops 31 number of Customhouse Officert France occupying line irom Bri n i prevents all trade n which is materially interested m the i gociations or no further proloneatj have taken As the city of Trieste has hMiffrto not been able to pay mpre than a sjoall part of the war contribution on llie merchants there have now teen divided into Those of the first class are to pay and of the The since th have been ejtnrmely Prodipbus entrenchments cover aH the bridges of the and ren der Vienna to The triple entrencbJBent which the bridge called is especiaUy dc servfcR A corps of me i iscnclmpf to these oncers of and five have arrived here from me Austriahs contmiie to cwry on mOitary preparations in Hungary with great hcea Aus i m but The positions of the two ariies much changed since the trian main irmy is not in tentrared along the leaning on The greater part of the troops from and Moravia luve drawn that Giulay is with a ccrps in The annj ha5 for the most part die rishi bank of the In Bchi fnim to thcre a under the command of tv tV tu which is attached the greater o the or OF By advue from now been by fhe of N no traveller from Sv itieruind be p J to enter the unfcss he be rroviue a a French In mainfi y is to he of with mops into dt he is provided with a Frtnch By
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