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   Day (Newspaper) - October 10, 1809, London, Middlesex                                READING N the TOE the Bttflc at Broad UPHO as are wiling tq contract for anl far hanging the Vfftr Room la stnd their r on or before the information may Itod afplica JOHN PRICE SIXPENCE HALFPENNY Pi ICEN1X FIRE Insurance faB jut arc rajuated ta take notice ftkai frfatft ni thr Offices in Lombard Charing Agents of the Company m tit 1 insured at two tliillings per ffr Me and na the andJDqy at tht sevcnA Engae Conwmwtv marfe Ay thitOfftafer Policitl of ilTJurr Hundred founds TNU INSURANCE Bridge liV ACT OF Y and purchase of T Mtciaelmai should be romita 5 ml a canting to Hie Jan which OrigitutteA of all firt futurancrt out tay be f all firt futurancrt out is aUawed on Life the interest and conce Ac Wat end on tht West Si it of New Sand XCHANGE ASSURANCE In the Reign of King Georgt the Arjinal Premiiatejall due on Mat Jfretiiits art ni the Cinnjtanyt oner the Koyoi Pall a j ntll at by their rttjKctitc sitVTiil CuKHtief and tfcc flartift assured Wic of an or CirtciAcr ussni Jifleex days allowed iAr drtic wili then at the said fnr the and rcr rw Damage by thf Assurance and granting Annuities rr rv7f Ae isffird free of Efpsncc to the r iAt Premium to sii ihittingf wurcd rrf ftri shillings ficr i i i LS nflifrtrance axpinng at MicJuifhnaf wfhin fifteen days thai to s wirvnttrd in case of inubOi without the Average of in tftf London Dacki injured at per t OR Me Pyrnuum and Duly i ij importance to nr dtpGidcnt tni yeart of age fcy small aenrre Ac paid fto his others at hi atop direct at his Any other isatf the iiiterejst He r tilt coiiiinttdrvni Ac Etitfance Srfoney or CbOrge for PaOfSa Ccrttfi jhsgttiry of Auigamtnit A atyteedla cthrrJBtqMprocur GRASS OT T for carrying into erecu Acts of Psriianjentfor rendering for better rugulaiinf the Port jLeadoaVwiH the oiT osi v 1 at twelve oclock at to By for twelve in tbc Isla belonging tothe A j the Herbage in the lanes ofthe of the Southward of the Fcrther a mJy be had of The nd of rpOMORROW will be a new 1 Herofe Billet MARS and After wl by called 62d OPERA Ctpnin In Act will be an appropriate Grand Masquerade and to In the course of for the last time at this Theatre THRJ Box fit Pit tp be had of Mwttpeller j LeatEer their Strand and Martiai Corent TO THE PROPRffiTORS O EAST INDIA I HE veryfiwpurable reception I have met with A fcrfng my iodacarrneuait LIO offer to your notice Upon the present vacancy of your affairs by and earnestly the fiohour on the day of which win thfi 18th The length occurred inthe and Interest on Wednesday us ami a faithful discharge of my duty to the Company are the rounds on which Ipreturtw jto enWtat four support and I beg you to consider past as pledges pf the leal indsttentioH witE whirftmy endeavours shall be exerted or the promotiort of your should1 you be pleased distingnish me by so HatteringaTOark of your I have the honour to Ladies arid Your tairbful JOHN BLADEN Devonshire SepC Taylors Committee meet daily the City of London where friendly cooironnicatlon will bethank uJly VOTJNG FOREST rje Jt at very roduced Hundred Thousand very me Forest and other now fit to and which are weQ worthy the notice of Gentlemen making or persona who are In the habit of contracting to lay as they bare but a very sbrfrt Unfcarriage to a nmmunicating wJth ail parts of the kinpdom Tbview the and for apply to at Warwick and Finsb LEASByOLD ESTATE i held uatkr UH City of Loofcn tor at aground rent of uljpttanyna cotofarbing a spacious attBatt castcoraer wkh KBarate communiratioai into ten ami of vlefry with staluary marble ijaduns baitdsoitw nbrary v numerous and exclleflTceJiar fnd stobnnp for four rtnt by with immediate pos E ABVENWRES OF rLALPH JL containing of Modern Characters BJI WILLIAM Ttv WiTsof Jitaytn are dailc and vrith and errprsr Ofr HBderjtanding traces them in atat bcwttderd iu the fniiiless saarch Nor Xifh hmtr much aft Norivherc the regular confusion Printed for Richard and to be had of aO and near in tfae county of HOGGART at in One of with Jti fherelo loujiifjjpwO privilefe over large tract of with also a spacious ao cajled suitable foe fa r nPO the Professional A and House Pen sons desirvus of letting or exi changingof Propeuy of every m any JAIWES BATES respectruUv that VT of ESTATE DIRECTORY will be published on Monday to be continued and only begs leave to hint at the ease and simplicity of a Plaii attaining in object general preientso df The Directory is kept filed at the principal Coffee Houses in LojJdOM and also at the provincial lowiis ind villages throughout the United Advertisements are received at Dorset Manchester Square by Ketby and Oiforcf Street uid Cornhill of whom the Direc tory may be and of all Booksellers throtichout thev United about four miles from the sW ia the of sundry farmsconti bay and wick lands and Kicfi tltogetber near eight hua ded acregyeteritl of coDsidcrabU numer si The Estate of a mosY B an old and immediate Cnalbvasaid SituajdourDe and Cabinet V T and requiring roomy and extensfn To be DISPOSED the LEASE and GOODWILL of an oldestablished with cora and welladapted work in the above in full The whole has been rccentlyJsnprared4nd re aired held for a long at a very low The Stock o be taken or riot at option of tSe The roprictor going into another line post to Chyjc WMtwortbr ALUABLE V Ta Timber and Coal iron GUis and To be the FREEHOLD of those extensive Waterside ate the Tile the South of New iouae containing near aiv wjfb DweUing arge entrance emending to the Ja4t and West India Rsnidfc Tie Premises from contiguous to the river areadmirably calculated for any1 of the above or aay as goods ny be conveyed by water to of Par cuiars may be khuwu on the Premises 61 Estata atiis tear Cornbin i and where Plaa mly be by aji free from stead et seventytwo acrtiV in bigb cnl ai the of miles from B9 in Four the DtVuees in trust of FREEHOLD called Great and Liltte Hemp jiH about two hundred and and wood excepting two THIS TP BISH respectfully reminds the that t the STATg LOTTERY not only begins botfinisnes on the 2Otb of this Month all who wish to have a chance to gain EIGHTY THOUSANDPO by a mtut buy before drawing u the whole coosisting of aXMXXJL in will be decided in OMR Tickets and Shares are selBng in great Us Old Established Offices in and by AgHrts in the who jn the Ure Lotteries have been remarkably fortunate m selling and sharing an inimense number of Ca pital particularly the two last the last and the last Capital Prize ever Persons in the Country may besupplied the same as if by sendingtheir Orders Post or Carriage ac withBank or Host Office to either of bis OldEstablished Com or Charing London p wnere ill Busuissi intha PabHc Funds transacted fidelity and Please to remark the State is the only Lottery that will be The Bada Garcttet speaking of the Cbngress at the armistice of die 12th of last month has not yet Been denounced It is transforme4 into a Congress for for the opening of which Count Metternich and his Ricfillency Count Charhpagny went to Alten burgh on the 17th i A tram of artillery has been sfJrjfto The iroopS composed the camp of Spitz have marched for These dispositions prove nothing Against peace they announce merely that the Timperor will He prepared for There isao man of sense here who thinks that the Ernperftr of Austria will renew a conflict the jssne of would be to his The Russians have definitively evacuated eastern Their troops are going to are persuaded that this is the of new arrangements between die Courtsof Petersbtirgh and In ease peace shall not be fifty thousand assembling on the will march into that the armistice has been iatbe smd ftrar aboot six parfoTi aa o icbkekw n tbc bold acrnof arable and pasting foot milts froin Lo REWARB night October uiitn or twelve yards of theTurks Heid tV ajanaBred with a ind a strap on the the foUow fur Ten 0 S dated Sept 7 2a July nil Note on the Gravescnd a Five i Kflaod One bad Pound Note on the and a Seven ShiHing I ring Notej to the will receive the abdve is stopped at the BREADSTREET be LET on with immediate thespa cioui DWHLLINO and PRS MlSEK oT Ore late lately stf flipied by and by and WTiolesale on the West side of Bread inlhe City of having a cominunicatioB with Blue Boar and particularly calculated for a Whole sale or Linen a in Blue Boar Friday ISow occUpiidas a ware house by Adamsr and To be irid fiutner Particulars had by applying to Hatton V 20th OF THIS respectfully request their 1 that all who intend to advorturc in 1 i LOITKRY must purchase before the i jn that Day the wnole Lottery will be and the Scheme Capital Prizes 4 of I 8 of IS of iiidrr 100L All to btDruwTiin One Day J ire SpUingAt Swift and Charing and Ald have an for a few rf purchasing LlriENDRAPERY at such dccur asthe whole of A be removed frouv his of the prtsent He pledges himself to ihe that this is no deceptive adrer at the present His Stock con Irish linens and all advance on Kneh goods good furniture 1 M ellwide town nt of coloured stripe ell other which wffl be Sold at XT rriily as have nothuetofbre been c i qL XEW JN VENTED of the very great complaint of Duality of it who IM rettded thrfe neir i experiment of railing Mote with be bis fouiid j out near ta thMule malwig Ihem so r i ure than th b various coarse Fun c the i the of merchanto for re itaded enensive and valuable fa To be LET or in or foqr immediate several very BRICK BUILD of large situate between Union Street and BUckfriars in the parishof Saviour well calculated for paper or any other purpose Where extent of room is The Premises are enclosed with lofty brick and fitted up in the best manner have convenient dwelling rooms attached thereto the whole of which is in good For particu lars apply to Church Yard where Plans of the Buildings and Grqond may be pruductire and let on lease to Johri at Lot A Freehold landtax iitusttfl the Hare Hound con of John Two and large jrant behind tlie let ota lease io at a rent per lo v Tbtee Prtehotd wlfli and in let lo Junes Friend To and By HENFRKjE ajid tBe Rope Makers I at by order of the with com two widtfron PERMAN SEPT The conferences at pastle of Our course of ErcHange is still It is today on Augsbiirgh at from 317 to A principal demand inthe negociations for peace that aatil pacification with x French army shall remain in tEe Austrian The mines under our fortifications are to be more strictly ex military have proceeded in different Aosait abort jrolonged for some from Ratisbon the that the armistice is 1 for a oh account of the nego ifh the Court of The Emperor i will himself of occasion to make a jQtuney to BANKS OF THE Weread in the Zurich Gazette chat the inha bitants of the in the have ruen and sliuf the avenues to their val leywith large masses of vSix hundred French having advanced in consequence of the of a Comnaiine their were surrounded and v i Yesterday an adjutant of our Grown Prince ar rived here from was sqonkfter dTSpatcHed the Emperor It isre ported tfiat the Tyrolese have made an inroad die Saltiburgri They have chiefly rnview to procure for themselves vanf ofwhich trrewill severely feel in if they be cut off from all commu nicatipri with the fruitful countries of Bavaria and the EinJ pdints in be stv7nety chiefly the GottveeicherT and the White Not day passes withoaf fresh trooprs a from ptrt ol the genuine Household 1 l of diawcrsy fen v a work and cotton soiniie J VT w W of pRAVELLING SCOTLAND the A flf by new and most excellent Jo the following from he Gplden Crbsij Charing Cross and Bell Sauvagey Ludgate every at reduced fares JiDINBO KNARBSBORO SCARTHING By PReSTONy on near Dapdy Benpond and gpauiue A piano and other CoTirioe deceased comprising fbur posr cottod aodmarine feather mihogaHY tea othtr cellar side pier ind dtessint sjtchsn and various other Stoel IR Trade By tke at TIKE y4uaileSTOCK rinTRADE Jobs Mffgujct Coacimaker comprisinr most excellent yearly a great variety of iriiibed and chaqotit of cacriiges of every asb pannd eljn board sons GWfclrms dfttpYo iron warty Bs The Tahable Premises to let JJy at their Covent i A Prime and very capital assemblage of FOR FETTBD from MesVsf of OxfordStreet comprising many Taiaabia gold vrdtober of the first silver and beautiful bru liant a set with t two ship fashionable plate in great lace and pe French superjine Ladies and Gentlemens prime wearing table and bed bed bcskSTmat 4M oach ovtr arid the Mafl only One Nigh New Pott Nortfi VaJesMail amd Birmingham N By on die at THE genuine HOUSEHOLB FURNI TURSTthe complete of and arrow bees bfieWyeA the propehy of Mr Daniel deceasedyHaney and Bee Mercbarrtv by orderaftbe Admtatstrattbt f com prising a of piano To CarpenteTH WheeJ JOHN A on the ft near W for one without rt A Quantity of and and Memel and Skice Theatre here hasobtained more free iee on the which characters were not permhteij previously to be In consequeege of the turn that the war has takenxthtf best does not prevail be tween the Archduke John and Charles The former Will not acknowledge himself wroagin his retreat from and lias declared himself openly against the companies of 125 men are forrrfetf In the French They are to guard the anrfto carry the wounded frop the battle In the time1 of peace they are to in the hospitals of The Archduke has gone on a jour to Correspon Yesterday arrived a Courier with a letter from the Emperor Francis to the General Bubna set out yesterday evening to go to theEnjperor He carries with him a letter writtento that by the Emperor The General has received from his French Imperial a ring worth The Emperor Nopoleon departed yesterday about midday from as it is on a journey of four The bridge of boats at which had been is again Sine yesterday the hopes of peace were en FROM THE f As the Negotiations for Peace have now been continued into the is concluded that they have a very extended embracing Orders have been sent to the1 officers of the circles TO organize the movable and the third class guards While some eitenJed future situation of and and thus laying the fooSiaation of a truely lasting The Archduke Palatine has his headquarters at The Duchess of in jias given up her castle to be used asan hospital for sick and wounded Austrian Yesterdayhis Royal Highness the Archduke another Enemyscorps undertook a landing at this the garrison pf and allthe troops in the neighbourhood broke up for Cavee and The that the King himself set out tohead die It nor very probable that af this son the will Wait sufficiently long upon purcoasi to tlie their move it is improbable that they intend to proceed to wards the Bay of or again to attack I schia anil Everar rangement is however and since their te means have prepared firingred tof in ease tliey It Ls diffi cult to conjecture the enemy to obtain by these It appears tjie think of fresh attempts against different parts hrtve macrethcrr at Ganippli and in tie Gulph of Polic The King will set off tonight for Salerno tcr direct die l QUARTER On Thursday and yesterday the General Quar ter Sessions T5f this borough were John Booth was triLti for defrauding Smidi of diis ot to whickhe pleaded and sentenced to be imprisoned three The circumstances of this fraud are pri soner wrote the following kttcr to and under fictitious name of Robert Anson GENTLEMEN You are strangers but by y Michael Metcalfi I have my made bold o you to settle some busi ness for me at Portsmouth the purport ofwhich to find a man of thename of He is in the capacity of cook in some The last letter he son t his he wrotS to direct for him ut James I you will hear some intelligence of Henry of Oak near in the East Riding of his is and lias Icfc him his I want to purchase Farm for my and I wish you to lose no ime in seeing to agree with him for if for I know two or three that want to buy but ash afcd other J toojspsto and Lfllterv Flutter Sir L VI Uill tU vtiin LV LJUJ UUL Ferdinand set out from tEis to take the fin hope9 you see him mean to command of his The hopes of Peace according to the latest again Hamburgh The news from Vienna has not yet Satisfied our decided on the 9th yet the rfeturn of die Emperor to where the af to revives Orders have been received here for filling the taachmes with flour and ItisaJjo Ordered that 1 rations of shaUbe The aaybefore yesttrday scope jroaspassed fropj loaded whioKv French do not pass for ittf the fourteen merieachi1 possession of the far as pounds for the purchase bat I have menrioned in Johns that I have commis sioned you to go as far as Get your at torney to draw out a proper article yOu agree pny John cie If purchase for will give you for your trouble fur every above that I shall deduct from the I you will spare no nor delay anytime after the receipt of this letter I will pay ail ei besides the beforementioned If yon should have the success to succeed in die write me and I will eitheYcome over or send for the sum agreed for and remain your obliged for Anson Jnence of the above applied to and vrith Him for tfie puruhsse of an eMate rherein mentioned of vntliou the slightest sus picion that heaas die writer of the   

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