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   Day (Newspaper) - October 13, 1809, London, Middlesex                                ANi LIKE INSURANCE BUclttriars BY ACT OF nn and on and ilutuld be mientd to the LPTnurniu of alt ftrt Insurances uul if tttlowrd on Lijf InsuTOACf irhich the iiUfrest and conve EARNER Offer r the We ft fad of London is at tic Hfit Side of New Bond pi Iffi NXTIRE j Insurance Payments foil due riitustrd ti take Printed TJ in Lombard Strm and Charing itifrul of the in tkc uurrd ai luia shillings XT per i the Hrst md on the Continent uyon corrcsjiandtnt with thfir T and Day at he Several Engint he midr by ihis OJiretor Policifi of us Three Huidrrtt Pamdt or ASSURANCFOF i AND tOOIS FROM jil m tlic year for making Loss or Damage riy and for As given to Persons asstirrd tkis that printed Receipts al lost ore nnw naJy to be Hireliin from leu oclock in the darning till i tTKssarini Houtes and ether Js in Slrrfis in noa7 in LighLrrs on and Farming Pfrr aid afsnfifr Assuring the rrjm Fire and on Lives are ifeHrcred at n Utewis that tin fifteen dayt QiltirtejDay on Policies triti artnre on tnf STEPHEN Sec N Iiifurpncc expiring at Michaelmas within fifteen lays from that to Interest erasing tkerrin in cose tf viOAuai the Average at KentTo Cabinet VV and requiri iiu E v t i i i w ire r iiji LUC nd GOOnWILL of an oldestablished HOUSE with com modious and welladapted work in the above m full TBe whole has been recently improved and re Glapham at preyeftt producing 130L per with ReVersibnary Interest in the To be SOLD oy PRTVATE COM br and a REEHOLD HOUSfe and very eligibly situated at neir trie underlet to a respectable i ike London Docks insured at on the Premium and Duty of Insurance LIFE is ofintitmaUe importance to or on erase fish i thirty ytart of age by the tmall secure to be paid to his us he mny direct at his Any othrr IHe mrmiKrtond at any other One to the amount of any inlerathe cmiiauancc No Entrance Money or r l Ao Charge far Policies or Certifi t Registry of jistignnents A IHE KINGS is hereby that 1 ickets tor at Merchant Taylors oh the above to be by Mr BUhopsgate UtteetL tiU the Ji Gentlemen ivho have already sent in their apply their Tickets as early 1 L T lS Jiave an for ft ftfw iruv not occur as the v Stock must be from his c did of the present He pfedgfes hrioMF ro aid the tfcu this fe Do decepnTe aslTer common at the present His Stock GOD fine IrUh linens and all purchased the advance on linen poods furniture o per eHwide town prints at 2s of coloured swipe ell many which wiU be Sold a r teve not been r Nevrgate OF DRESS IN MERCERY Successor to Robinson Henrietta Covent that he now ready for inspecjlon A that he now ready for In in vcrious for TO THE PROPRIETORS OF INDIA I A A CTUATED by the impulse of gratitude for tV the liberal treatment I hare erperienced from tbe in dining my pesent extensive bif leave to express the high I entertain of yonr by respectfully offering you my jiacere thanks md the attainment of the object f aspire depends upon the continued exertions of those valuable friends who have pro mised me their support I must eirntsfly solicit a perse verance in their kind and entreat the early attendance of all my friends on the day of which is fixed for 18th I have the honour to trith great Ladies and Your faithful and obedient JOHN BLADEN Devonshire Taylors Committee meet daHy at the City of London where any friendly communication will be thank ully LONDON DOCK ANY Persons having LONDON DOCK STOCK to dispose are requested to apply to ilrirp Winchester WANTED for three or four the or best part of a HOUSE NISHEDor hi theneighbourhood of Inquire at Watling nd extensive To be DISPOSED the ingi eL EASE jaired held for a long at a very low o be taken or not at option of the The Stock The going Into another post to Charles Whitworthi Jnant who has cScpended a large sum uboh tfie Premises a term of 14 at a net rent of per fut of greater Apply to M BlacLmin HHHE SWAN Camhal To peremptorily to the best un 1 at 19 oclock at Tore ABEL Evq Deputy to his Mojeijtys Remem imncrr df the Court of at his in a Inner pnrBnaht o aDccrremadeby tbe said in a Oise entitled HoL UEN against HOLDEN A Leasehold ntuatr at in the county of called the Swan Pub ic wit Ii suitable oulhoiises and buildings thereunto IrtId by lease for a term of 99 and now n the oCCrrpalUm of Hostel I Further Particnlars aistf Coudilious ofSale may be a the Chambch of tbe said Deputy ffice aforesaid of Messm Jurtson and Staple inn of Murphy and Bomrerieitrwt Fleetstreet j on the aol at at Car nhsilton hml THIS Neat Uweffing and Jaije Redmani wilb Immediate cm the the North ride of Redmans Mile at THE valuable LEASE of a neat DWELL ING with agardfrn upwards of 350 feet in and Upwards of 50 feet plrfidftJly stocked and ernpf withfruit late hi the occupation of Captain The Premises ire held for art unexpired term bt 17 years from Ctiristrnas at a rent only 11 7t per IrflrhHllaiely alter the above will be the neat Household Furniture among whkh are nyo and bookcasflj muhogany sirtof mahogany nailover and Pembroie pier ana drewinj mahogany and va of othei By STANLEY ami at t and Extensive Freehold WIN iu Six before ABEL Dermty ficArm AVeKy Tuluable FREEHOLD ESTATE comprisirtf two rthitaotial wellbuilt BritV Dwel ling with warehouses and si Miate and on the of Alilers to which is attached a large raojjeof substan tial brickbuilt light ci tendinf back into BurtholoaewclgM ttro 15 and and the ca pital Freehold wlth attached and deUched of 6ees of ail ac f and extensive by r tsjrrof rly Ibt residwee of Thomas Har deceased the whole of lihtLptoperty at Sed and well adkptcd fot Mrr or affording am f nee for sny West MidcUesex Water Country Dockj Auction and Eagle at Car at TWO Shares n the West Middlesex Water a 100L the Country three Shares in the and 4O Shares in the Eagle Fire and Life Inmrarice Elm By at at ABOUT Four and well seasoned ELM THvIflER from 35 to 30 feet in calculated Army Con D AnH BinjgeiV and TO fcofessional and Persons desirous of or Ixdaag BATEB rosfxxtfmlly that QJf GENERAL ESTATE DIRECTORY WU1 ck jmMbbea sjsiMOKBAY tftcotttihacd prtoted far Ji where Btreetf Dorset Mancbtster ncr of tie Royal maybe ot Brisk JarjewaUed Garden amply or Chaise and Sta By at THE vith npmediate of a comfortable Bride tadied twostall brew poultry houses carriage Terr spacionrtDd singularly productive walled neatly laid aniajjundantiy stocked with srained and standard fruit trees favftdl and an ad loining orchard and pltisSmtly situated near the at Waltharostow hddxitfUSue tat rtout six at i moderate Meadow and cofllplrte at Acres of rich By BUR II LEASE with JL site chaiie com plete poultry nd coftplete farm ind three adjomint containing about 17 rich meadow hlfh admirably 41 a delightful rctrest for a respectable pleasantiY on Bromley Com Tins KeiiV Capital Table White Lcid By iiid Kent brought for convenience of by onlkr of the rerruirder Part of FURNITURE and JL Effects of lJank1 djceased which csni Terr hand sonic tablt cl ick pier tead kitchen Valuable Shop Fixtures Pattern fcouks of rich figured and othfr Hill By on the lzr If direction of the rlE complete Fittingsup of Ware occururd by Samuel SHfc Hill consisting of a variety capital mahogany and counting house jier and chimney register antl other ami uu nerous miscellaneous article also ieverjl books of rich figured tire sorry to find that a Spirit of disoroet arKi his began to be manifested in the seighHrrurhood of Lishren a district which hitherto hv remartabk for she peaceable demeunour cf its of and Avon London and Kent Wuter Ciolden 1aoe British Ala Vanxhsll and Eagle Fire Office By RICHARD at at CEVERAL SHARES in each of the above O at Oarrawiys and of the Auc OU Royal DUTCH It is stated In letters rrom that the Some evenings strtte a parX attacked the of who keeps a small inn at the Horse and robbed him of his They then proceeded to tire houie of John Btad and on eiitefirig the house one of the party imiiiediatoly fired into the where they supposed He wasin another prt if the house but B who was sitting reading in die had a most providential a ball having graied her Without any The ruffians immediiitfly after fled On Mondny a resident in on his retuni to that town from near Tip was stopped about a mile from Cuhir by z man armed with a who robbed him of twelve The harvest in this district being with the exception of beins and a few barleys on backward the following may be con Emperor in delivering to Count sijerecl a faT report Of the crops quality this day arc price qpALES of OTHER REALMS Coflecred i during a Toor tturougfi B By A Qui mores homlnum uroltonnB Tifitj et TPtfnted for Pattrnoster in the neijjhl an distance Next Land Tax at Srveflll packs of r Dresses i 1C Ill i y airfcrent to any thing the Manufactories of Lve ever before and the merits of will insure as Its pecuhar rich ted the admiration of every lady who bus exci xtllrvl t i ordirnry durability is ascutainod and it cijimon without nijury to the ttsxure sa ap Jis nrr respectfully intreared to that is as it is attempted to represent tne which is not the TUs day is in price fit THE FIRST BOOK of the TYRANT of the written in the S8l3tli Year of the and 18O9th of ByELIAKIM the A Descendant of a Modern Branch of the Tribe of Lev a Rabbi educated in the Christain School rf the Sons of the ana land By at Garraway V A Neat detached OX with four fielftiv containint together about 11 acres of rich meadow with cow cart and farm very to command rich diversity of at the extremityof Sy about seven miles from now in the occupa tion of who will give immediate The Premises and LanU are held on lease for 37 years and a half from at the very low rent of SO guineas per on the loth an in his own hand to the letter from the Emperor I hope your Emperor will be satifiedwith die contents of my The Prefect of the taking into conside ration that his Majesty the Emperor Napoleon will most probably soon honour with his pre sence his good city of and being desirous of affording its inhabitants an opportunity of giving fresh proofs of attachment to his Majestys has ordered a register to be opened at the for the signatures of those who may be disposed to serve in a guard sf both of cavalry and Letters from of the that his Excellency Marshal Duke of Cor Commander in Chief of the Army of has arrived in that where he has established his We by advices from that his Majesty the Emperor is shortly expected in Bel Several led horses and carriages belonging to the Emperor have left this city in the course of the Some of them the road to and others proceeded in the direction of Bayonnel General who commanded the Dutch troops in the affair with is at present in this According to the latest advices from Vienna are of the had then ft l oi OJtTtbe frencfe force m Is estimated at of the wheat this year is much superior to the the produce per acre will equal a fair ave rage and the weight will exceed that of the growth of 1HOS several per In some place the mil lew has had a partial in Dthert the smut but neither to any great Barley will amount to a fair ave e the qi ality generally stout sorrrsr be s ained by die others from being too hastily will be sodi and are good and where larvested the quality will be but thenum of acres grown season considerably shoit he customary fceans will be a pro an d Rowand Pall Mall burgh md Fnmily and with early at n at Garra T This day are in price SURGICAL OBSERVATIONS Part on the Constitutional Origin and Treatment of Local Dis and HEvery valuable andtrury desirable LFASE of an FAMILY in most perfect and snited for a of very cheerfully nilOsUed Hacknty The Pre contain numerous comfortable and morning two ewellent good excellont wine tiid tort and held OB lente fur an unexpired term of So at a moderate NlW INVENTED of the very great complaint ot the bud quality of it induced 71 who has resided there near try theexperiment of mixing Moles Far with uiub he has found to answer his moat irtent 01 only for their op wear out neir two ouch Hats an are made m v v he Mole Fur making them so much texture than the various coarse Furs that arc ivof the manufacturing of Hits the Fur will not conie which has complained of of as well as their taking a which will retain their colour and of own he sells them at Ae to stamps I Gentlemen iti the conntry sboultt of inches round the outside of the v the atieation of for in auy re only attended BEFORE FRIDAY iullv remind the that all Purchases m si A LOlTERY must be maoa before N as on that Day the whote of the State Lot inTwrlve Four Tickets of each of of 5W300 v if One by which iie bv Three b t at the corner of 1 the Gate of the King s Printed for and Patertos Title of SurgicalObsenrationsvwlll be in with considerable Additions Part Containing Observations on the Ongtn and Treat ment of Psuedo Syphitic and on of the Pan Observations on In urtes of a and Miscellaneous onChro 500 THIS i nu iviwi T respectfully reminds the M 1 ATlTLorrBRY not only hrt6 that of this Month of a single Number e whole Lotte ill Ur decided in ONE must buy the whole consisting of j arc peat the Prae C i Kbtesi SofcJ or Post r CbBriDg Funds ii rrTijik the 1 HiS REY containing Sketches df Modern The wa of Heaven tUll anfl perpl Our unteiUBiding traces them in Lost and bewildcd in the fruitless sewch Nor sees with how much art the windings confusian OF WARSAW jrjftfc JdttJon ol THADDE0S OF WARSAW rVDsS for t aNovel By can be ascribed to the gastAor to tbe generality ably Durhamplace and walled with immediate at at ADetirable for a genteel walled No DurhampUce the preferable and most re spectable ptut of the Wertookrnfflie Nur sery The House is in excellent and eon four sleeptnf handsome drawing aud dining convenient pod lore back walled taid out beM On for moderate The Momteurof this day cofitains a notifica in general from Genenil that the National Guards of Paris are this day to be relieved by troops of the in the garrison die The same Paper contains an Imperial issued by his Majesty on hio birthdayt the loth of instituting a new to be called the Order of the Three Golden and to be specially appropriated to the rewarding of offi cers and belong to the grand and have served with it dunng three cam This Order is to at the o 100 Grands and 1000 The Emperor is Grand The Imperial Prince alone obtains admission from The other Princes of the blood are only admissible after serving two years in the army r during one actual It may be con erred for services deemed worthy of on the kand Officers of the the the residents of the and the immediate de cendants of With these exceptions cme can obtain but as in different received three The Em reserves to himself the pnvi Vicuuty of direction of the A Sin HdLD Capital Mercantile or at at by possessing wefl connected domesticand business for a Merchant or pro fessiooal Gentleman of extensive speccability of to the and orincfeal PubUc Offices invdie the ence ami The wWch is Is and eight dr uhoniaBSSme breakfett snaokna and rtry clerks with separMe This day price A CHRONICLE or Towhidi b for an unexpired Wrm of near it a rery low ground the useful BUILDING MA itKlAiS HalJs Chronicle pro we of the customary quantity ductive crop bur being nearly all iear they will be harvested very and many will require Of rye and oats our growth is the latter not nearly equal to our Clover seed is very and not expected to yield onethird of an average Trefoil is said to be produc but the quality and colour injured by trie Tares are a good and generally well From the repeated rains experienced during all gram is in some degree in to What extent an acurate opinion can not as yet be The stock of all old corn both in the growers and dealers was never recollected less at this seaion of the added to the unfavourable has caused a considerable advance on II old SCOTCH AGRICULTURE 4AST LOTHIAK REPORT FOR The greatest part of September was unfavour able for harvest which not only caused the crops to suffer in numerous but also in creased the expencesof the farmer Daring the first 11 of the either rains or close fogs almost constantly After that a week of good weather was re ceived but the remainder of the month was so variable and unsteady as to leave much work to be performed in the succeeding Owing to these a good deal of the winter sown wheat is which must necessarily lessen its value to the consumer very Perhups the crop of wheat in this taking it as a will be more in point of than last though doubts are enter tained whether the flour manufactured from it will be so sound or so beneficial to the manufac turer as wai then A want of sun shine to maturate and ripen the grain was severely felt this season j and when to this is added the unfortunate circumstances under which this crop was it will be found that there is rea son to dread a deficiency of the customary sup especially as the stock in hand at the com mencement ofharvest was much below the usual and may be reported as average particularly Oats of the early va A arP ege of bestouing it upon those who particu aily distinguish by the defence of their being the first to mount a Nearly the whole of these are or other splendid8 The memo but a considerable poruOn of them remain m 15th of August will be the anniversary of the field in a very exposed state The busineis Order of caning the en p frum the field to the stact yard has hitherto been excessively Upon some the damage done to the ground by the horses and carts employed is greater than ever particularly where grass seeds were We have received Paris letters and papers of the They contain rro tiews of any Guards of honour are forming at and in expectation of a visit frorn his Ma esty the Marshal on the 30th iMiaa u tlIUI COHUl L1U11 LJIdL Wished a bridge of boftta between Woensdrecht entertaineti of feeding them this in a J an nTTT I 11 T1 it j sows with the The clay in completely saturated with and the in every are in such dread ful dial small hopes can be reasonably mer his Auction Ojfbttf at tentv and omer bed atid an excel Cbronlcfe and FuUeri Wortbiet are and the Fort of Batz so that am corrrmirrnca tkm vrfth South Bcveland is perfectly Thii point is supported by a numerous which is on the other hand protected by Bergen aftd the works throvm up on the island of South The dwision of General Van which ocenpMs South has tome sicfci but thsy ate not dangerously and mm ter is much less thun in former Tht ut matt activity is exerted in completing the torti on the new lines marked out in front of An article in the Paris of the 1st With regard to the question of Peace or we are still in the The more properly the ru upon that important VVT It is certain on ther 24th the Emperor had not left and that very ac tive eorrespojidftice continued the Em Napoleon and It is further that General Bnbna returned to Schoenbrunn on the The5 per were m the Bank Stock f50 bandmanlike except m a few have a poor and on all the heuvy are not above half a The almost continued wetness since the first ot rained the causing grass upon the rields to as it Live have not improved in the slightest manner for ome nor can farther im provement be expected at this advanced penpd of the considering the wetness of the and the scantiness of the of cattle and sheep are rather Jpoking and perhaps will continue to declineit ill the grass sEck is disposed when from the general scarcity of green winter mav expec A full supply of now appeared at but so much of it in inTperfect that none purchases have hitherto been Old is is a scarce of m de even though have latAf 25 per but new wheat has A heavy little of it being fit for the have already faBen in tEe up land of Scotland be favoured with good te g eected different sul of beans has   

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