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Day (Newspaper) - October 19, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX OCI PRICE SIXPENCE f the Inhabitants of a School i i in tin Lhair tins M eel in partaking o r t ij through all ranks of people iir the cnmmenciment of his Ma which often leads to li rt 1 that event by acts of it and tlie opened to create a i lufirt Ul the Freemen and be confined for Debts L pl in litapplied as far 1 of the poor of the aj i ind the Common in Twitli rlie now pre tn hirrcjicMcd to receive iHl 23d t s of tht al o t ft it tlu Thanhs of this Meeting tcr hi railing the Meet aon all other occasions to NI are respectfully informed that the tor thr t commence on the at i vea oXIorl in the be continued on Tuesdays Thursday The Courses ill be given intal Philosophy iy JACK by by of the Animal Economy by In this Ueing recommended will be at Three Guineas They Nt with the principal Mom ing which is regubrly supplied with and ull Iamphlets of present ample where Cuursi s uf 1hysic will t fu mi shed with the neces nidi in Chemical and Researches as litulitainrd ly an indivi i and consisting of more than i i in all the depiirimtnts of Science and Tickets at uf the Bv oruei if the Committee of KNIGHT c be SOLD by PR t Y YlK hy Wilt Ken net and and Hire Commercial India 1ock Apply to Canal Share aiul f in iRIVA IF of a nut r f iri and convenient Ti be by 11 perfect repair or Family there u not 1 out it wo spacious boarded cvrJlcTt 1 lo be had of irtat Rmscll C a who hian and luVand Milk House to Dispose in one of the tajhbourhoodsIn where the be much THIS At Kew York Coffee Sweetings at for 12 oclock for Steount of A Large quantity of damageH RUSSIA and and rawLinen consist ing of 3OOO Bundles of raw linen yarn Russia sail and Ravenducki 3OO Osnahurgs and Ticklenburgi Platillas and Britannia 50 Rouans ICKiO IjO Spun canvas 100 Hcaden rolls With 4nd Sworn Opposite true Alderigate amounting to per arising out of Nine Bird ind being from 15 on the West side of Hijh Mile End New anil Nir c the back being from to 12 inch in Garden By at GarrawayV at whole of the PREMISES are substan JL tially Brick and ct to respectable tenants at will on of which u Awards of SO yean are Rent ol perai and Annuity of at at by or der uf the A MOST substantial Prickhuilt situated and beinj Sidmoutk in the most preferable part of Grays Inn Line let on agree ment for lease to a respectable tenant for XI tt a DCt rent of pei annum heldfor 90 years at only per T o be viewed thretl days prior to the Sale by leaTt of the respective An Annuity of standing in the nai le of the Accompunt secured on S per and during die lift of aged whose rfe is and modern Pin Bank Coffee FLE1 CHER late Kills cd at the Dank CoffA Bank at by order of the genuine STOCK in TRADE of Jl of a comprising pearl broaches and turtoiseshell a rjphal fold a pair of elegant silver tea potj sugar bason and milk gr table and tea pencil suufT gold watcn Valuable Unredeemed By JAMES at his Cracechurch at AN extensive and valuable Collection of FORFEITED PLE1GES consisting of numerous cupitjl gold silver ind metal gold brilliant diumond and other and sundry 1000 ounces of excellent fire superfftie woollen 50 pieces of Irish 3OO yards of a variety of cot French silk shawls ajid hand and Gentlemens bed furni table and ed feather and a great diversity of otheT T To Lintn By on the Pnan Thit and followipg by order of tlie Auig nees of Henry jf Leicester a large STOCK in ASE of the coniteing of risTrlnd home hltaphed Wng French and Scotch diaper fable and Lahea shlrc and a Urge assortmeht of tndfied Mid printed cottoos juxd and silk and cotton witt A great for the convenience of tlu and Tfrand ckarot all at Oa Desirable By if at A Most ddsiraWe HOUSE aud being rffcrablepurt and centre of admjribly carculatea for the businessuf a maus child bed linen arc four storiia and comprlitt feur good chearful bed foiirserVanu ainrins ittraetiTcand moflern fronted and kitchen on the The purchaser wiUTjave a of the being ten years from LadyAiayj wauting ten at th rent of iffeL per The tenant exempt from all s low APtsrsonj Tvho r5Sides three mifes from Lon wishes to with a Family for their WASH on reasonable ptrtw can be wejl Direct to KTTANTEX Uie AccountingHouse of an W AuctioDeeranif in the a steady middle god Period the and who has been used tn the Security will be at Garrawoys foSie Ad drssto i MERCANTILE RESI cntlwnon wiiting dispose af a with aind if a the more ac between the1 Ixjndon Docks and Royal will meet with a OentlemaD ready to trtar for the same Lttters addressed New Coffee 0 Whole sale afld Otfieft who have occarfon for Ware Countlpg or To he at the aTew yery commodious and convenient COUNTING and Concerns of and let by the pr or any longer at the most reasonable For further Particufars apply to Clerks in the CotntnenJtTHall between the hours of tea in the morning and four in the The STATE LOTTERY will begin and finish Drawing and SHARES continue on Sale JL at the Old cortler of Bank ind facing tbc Gate toe Kings MewSj Charing by and jOne Person s To and others By HEN FRKE and on thf Fuley nearly opposite Portland Maryleboney by order of the Proprieti quitting the PART of the genuine HOUSEHOLD FUR ihop wearing comprising bedsteads and feather beds and bed parlour and rhsmher mahogany chests of pier and dressing mahogany aud fire a w Thj Arparcl of a variety of appareL the same time will be all the Shop consisting of counter and copper scales aud wood bound casks cover ur sixty stotie muff aitd tobacco South fr j an and delightful MAN ciwerne Vale six niiles from Aberga Breck nockiliirf South viC7 in the parish of u if either Iunibbcd or for the term of fic together with the gardens and pleasure J quantity ol Und it the option of the fnnn ID to li6ucris the aboVe is pleasantly ritnated eminence fronting the commandiftg a and rich prospect the principal story contains a a morning a a an wing a convtulent store china vitliule the chamber ttory contains five hartdsome with two drcbiinj rooms the domestic offices ilirlv containing a servants a very i second a coal house wood nn tbe pleasure ground encircles the Man pleafinp disposed with in J a terrace agreeably djstuit through the plan ure the enclosed with lofty well with choice fruit in full bearing f a vn poultry walled enclosing a brcnv i ind near which is a double c MM with sabling fr six a hay Further iMrticulars may be by applying to Dmers Sorveyurs and Land Kent D KLIGHTFUL with coach ad chaise cabling for seren deracbed c t irn hay cow and artl icres of rich Meadow adjoininp the North of To be DISPOSED OF by ADAMIUN and i I five or seven of a most ul in complete in a ro heaiihy containing eight bed cham an eKpant drawing dining Innlcrs store iiiesinc wash and orher excellent coach chaise stable and a threestall jars with tin t wire and other Excellent Household Large Wer Fifty Dozen of By his Spacious Auction the Southwest Corner Lin colns Inn at TWO Hundred Lots of Genuine PRO PERTY comprising with prime beds and mahogany k and claw sets of prints ond fifty dozen of new register and good t JL To Woollen FOR SALE BY THE At Maddockv and Jarmans Cole riian Street Colcman at wrthout H E F 0 L L O W I N G 15OO yards fine ladies pelisse fashionable colours second and livery MOO milled and single SO luperfinu broad UKO patent 60O 1 pigces 6iths lue cloths in intended for exporta ISO corn 9OOO yards 5OO 10 bags bunt ing flocks for 5OO Serjeants white cloth SOO scarlet 35 dozen mens leather and other a detached and a carriage an elegant approach to the n in which is a fish weU a a Urge productive with a profusion fruit trees and m hav cow cow rircey J about thirty acres of very superior w 1 and in the highest state of and well wrh izood water and also a right of pews The situation of these very desirable Pre v which immediate may be by several s ol tile May be viewed with Tickets may be had by applying to and Fenchurch NORRISS NEW wUl be by Public Conduit THE CAPTIVE a ij in 3 By Author of Julia ot Poa in a by the Author of T he Ferney a by nisby TheAdvantages of a Banditti of the a 4 I lie Mysteries of i 4 lie remale Castle of Arrajon i 4 lie Rival Heiresses Celia by the Autnw at i M1 iiy will be in Two demy price of the LIFE and WRITINGS of VICTOR ALHER the celebrateS Italian lra by xrith Anecdotes of several Modern Characters of this with whom he had in lf irse and I iniing for Public Conduit Street of vi may be i An Account pf the by Andrew 1ischers Picture of Picture of taken on 8 Meiners History of the Female Sei Second This is undoubtedly one of the mwt mterest rr that has in for the but Genuine Modern fine Table and Bed a Sprijis at Wllliian Auction near the Asylum Westminster at A ths neat and genune HOUSEHOLD FUR modern Jndia ariU other valuable the property of a Lady late of Perry JCentj corapiisinf mahogany arrd other with dimky and window curtains to seasoned ckan joose and other feather ditto blankets counterpanes tabe Brussels and other bed naiUover japanned ditto in ma hogany double and tingle chests tary and of jnahoyany dining of dining room ilate colour morine window bordered with a drawing room ditto of pur ple antS salmon colour chintz a set of Oeciin and a modern with cushions and carers u sari and 300 ounces of modern fine India table and tea china in tome other1 rateable with a feneral auortmcnt of kitchen furnipare in other useful dpmestic articles Fnrhold Leuehold and Carpenters By Angil and Crown at TI VE very pleasant and commodious LhAb JT HOLD DWELLING and Freehold Brick a small dutanee from beinf CharUs T6MORRjOW the LOTTKRY will BEGIN and FINISH SWIFT ind bee ienve to remind their Trlendt nd tbe that the Drawing of the present STATE bejlu ind finlib d that all PurchaaSimust be madf Tickets an4 SfeaWi are reUlngTit tfeir Ponltry Crow And1 Aidgare rUjh THIS TBISH Fcminds the Publig and nniabes TU TUxy fee eJtablttWi OOR at the Lottery M Tickets and Dafat bo9t oflih where the last Prizes the list and last Capital Iriie ever were all Sold in The Holders of and purchaied at either of the abort may have their naonvy on 1 lemandU CLEMENT DESEKTED his hy which he is become to the said parish of Saint Clement AUGUST1N KAUNTER he U about twentyfour years of five feet eight inches rather of a frtfsii with bUck eyts and whitJi he wore a native of by trade a but been accustomed toBread and and under stands the business pfa He weiirs and us he cannot speak the least is to be among the German He has been in Eng land abeut ten and brought his said Wife to the in Holywell about two months iiro he resided thire about a and then deserted Who ever will jive that he majbe shall on apprtheUiion receive Two Guineas Treasisrer to the Overseers of the Cossunittee 28th Cr I tn attach us in three IjeutertLnt George Mauntz to be Caimm a vice deceased Ensign to be me Manritz Ensign James thurst to be without who retires Thomas to be vice 34th Ensign Fitlraaurrce William Colthurbt to be I our time to be advancing neverthe after remaining quiet in h i the rimainder of the broke c of the taking the Ild oid to The same eveniatr vice 36th Ensign Warren Bowers to be vice dcceanrf Noble to rice Benjamin to vice who 47th Walter from the 1 Dn be Lieutenimtiwithout 49th SaAuei to b ILKu noil to its position w General twenty th U armv in Sir Arthur i oSd Brevet Major Henry from the 4tli ruon to be Captain of a vice who 5itli AsslstantxSurpeoh Robert from the f 6Oth to be vice promoted in f the 2d West India i tiOth Anthony vice things arc pointed to the 2d Royal Veterai Henry j i vice M1 ajrolntefl lutheoih i uic and vice de to be Captainsof without purchase Ensign and Adjutant Frederick de Ensign Charles vice appointed to the Slh Royal Veteran Ensign Johiiin Hein vice proJ undertake en moted in the 81st Ertsign William vice Ejisign and Adjutant Frederick Ensign John vice Knsign Raboteau vice Ensisn vice Adjutant An drew Emign Joiiu vice promotetl in the L5th Ensign Daniel vfre James vice Archilinld Ensign Charles vice Ju lius von vice Ensign John Lmrii vict EnsignDe Vice Ensign Andrew vice to be without purchase Clurlts vice Krdlxrg vice Maurice vice Richard vice Bid Thomas vice Stephen Ma vice James Brown vice Peter vice vice vice Hamilton vice John vice Von Stephen vice Pfrcy vicede and John vice Fill to be Ensigns Henry vice who ere we have Tue Duke del Parque is much uiit fur conduct and and tu my in high expectation ot having a hi the and them a rcpctiti a at Campo de San LtiectLd a junction of his d with that Spanish the direction ad it appears that activity and judg Un the regiments of cavalry left under the command ot Don Pedro brother ot the of to with our We shall then be in a to plains ol Soult is at and making a et repassing tlic Puerto dc it appear lie received orders to join Our la the of San Felix greatly exovt At the late affair they kilLd tl French and iiO Ficnoh They are commanded by Don bi patriotic rrnuered hii truly formidable to the The French are retreatuig from after liavint committed numerous both and the It is supposed they have taken to 1 he in ArragLn the ruad to 1 he in A have abandoned other important and are ciic their to be Paymaster of the 4th Battalion Hospital John vice appointed in the 54th to be Assistant Surgeeo 64th Lieutenant Robert Douglas to be Captain of a without vice 67th Lieutenant James from the Antrim to be 71st Lieutenant William Alexander from 49th io be Captainof a by vice who 74th Ensign Hugh from the Antrim Millj and John from the Armagh tu ue 82d Ensign Thonas Ramsden Agnew to he Lieute without vise appointed tu the Nih West India 8Uh Ensign fom the 3d Garrison to be Without vice appointed to the 19th HVrii to be by vice the JOth OOtii Charles from the 1st Gar rison tcs be vice who David to he without vice promoted inihe 47th 91st Lieutenant Archibald Campbell to be Captain of a vice Duncan deceased Eiuign Mat thew to be vice Campbell Volunteer MDotfgall to tic vice 9jth John to be Second I without gd West Owen to be En witjiaut vice whose appointment Bis nor taken place Jorm to be without vice whose appointment has not taken place Surgeon Edward from tte to be vice promoted on tlie 7th Ensign George from the Canadian to be vice who 8th AssistantSurgeon Henry fruni the to be vice appointed to the 57th Royal West India Ensien Robert from the 3d West India to be by purj who Meurons Gentleman Cadel Frederick to be vice ccirimands our been at Salamanca and Ciudad rle has had several iuccessful engage ments with the The trom a Lieutenajit in the British service I am ashamed of not having written before since yeur YIMI know our last convtr and I assure you it reiruiied resolu tion to expise myself to the lender mercies TM the enemy but what we suffered here is in comparison with what endured the iiCigh biiurnig d Tlie rf the place bv the FVench was so sudden we eould scarcely believe the evidence of our The Defiance and the frigate rrmde their ap pearance off the without entertaining the least idea of its abandoned bv the The Defiance has been several months at for the purpose of out the to send them to Signora has resumed her Tertullas as which are called in com as she vai tire tirst diat gave a boll on the return of the Spanish There is a general movement among and some derive actions are houny ei the THE OF MAURICE DA COS the undersipTied Trustees Estate aid of MAURR7E DA i Deed of issignjumt made to us in mist for the be nefit of dated the 10th day of fori najrroent of a CVamposltlon upon the respective Debts of CrfrJUors in the Execution of such in i i ait Uerd do hereb v p ive that we irv recerrethe and pay tlie iom pOMtion before mentioned to such of the buna tide Creditors uf Maurice Da Costa who have nt such and shall appry to us or either of us for the previous to the 2Ist day of November now licit ensu upjn and which day no wich Ctdms will be it being our intention on the last mentioned day to finally close our Accounts respecting the Trust and to settle the same with the said Maurice Da and to deliver pp to him all and Securities if shall then be in our Custody or and to pav to him all Balances of and deliver aud assign to him all the remaining uid Property vested In us under the above mentioned Trust as his own ond exonerated from the Trust by Oeed As day of Solicitor to Fuisbury FUOM THE LONDON i Maryland ind Bynf idjolninVtbe Grove End the are weH and fit for the reception of respectable The Brick Carcase u in front of Ecd tbe corner of Bynr House and for BMtar rears established as t Jojner sand Undertaker but suitable for arariew Upper tbamo street nearly opposite Martin s leue alow per ann Sereral roluible long hold cotnpririns ten Brick and 9r Wrll and to T Innta ti IUce imoRobiubood East the DockTrfce whole let to jood a to per annum Household a ousehold few Cornelian i BURREI U on at Jl by direction of the Assignee of HFHOUSEHOLD Aii rand other anjibed aad and meltinf WAR 1st Regiment of Lieutenant Thomas frrntt tht to be without purchfte to be without fith of Light Knightly Musgrave to be by vice promoted to die Sd Dragoon Sth Reriment of Lieutenant Edward Drury tobe Captahi of a deceased Ensign Frederick GeorgeDrewry Drury Wit fiim to be rice 6th Ensign Thomas frpm the estmeath Militia to be bt Captain by vice prorfidted SS4 llth Archibald from the 82d to be Ca ain of a vice Ditto Catt vice deceEsed Henry be Captain of a Company lice taston Ejwign William to be Lieute nantvice to be vice 19th Lieutenant William tbx 84th Joto vice Ander son James and to be ycwenants without John Mac Gent vice JohBBowVer Gent vice andJoJm Cwnp tote Harding to be Captain of deteajed Ensign Charles from the asth TO be vice JamwCrwpParkerj Geottobe with out vice m the 9Stli 26th Juisign Pafaci Jamej Robertson to be Lseute rite deeetteoV TTionm to Ut tn Lst Garrion from the Wth to be vice who 3d Jumrs to be vice promoted iji the 84th At on Thursday a numerous meet ing of the inhabitants of tlie town and neigh bourhood was held at the pursuant to public in ordu to take inw consi deration the propriety of forming appropriate arrangement to celebrate the approaching s and a number of signed their to an agreement to attend thpulilic to LJ at As sembly Rooms tn the day the Jubilee ball and cold collation to the j ajso a follcwmg Instead of an which ii deprecated by almost every tlie CVpo 1 we intend give hievcrks IH the and we have no that the celebrated here in a manner Hosin AL Surgeon Baillie Surgeon William from the iij West ladiu Rcjjin vice tn be Surgeons to the to the JohijjLUark and William to to Lhc Forces in under tue command of 1 I T William Muks Edwanl Frederick and t at UlC saine Jie Tioniiis Genii to for General Thf Kings GtTitian j lit Ugit Ensign litnry de Heimbruch to be vice Uu prnmoteil in the Sd Light Batu lion Horiwig to be clti du from 1st Bat to the and to the to be Captain of a with temporary vice du deceased Krsign Jamuj to be Lieu vice OCTOBER Royal Regiment of Gentlemen Cadets Francis Hdnrund John Jiisdy vice Eyrepromntid Henry vice Otway pro moted William vice Speer promoted Charlci vice Klgree promoted and Lynch vie Lewis promoted to be Second Corps of Royal Gentlemen Cadets Henry vice 1 rcichj promoted and Marcui TICC promoted to bebccond We have received by the Indefatigable frigate letters from the North of exhibit a very flattering picture of the situation of affairs in the The must be i nr i i ii i L tiiat a subscription be uroposcu tor toe or aware that the which reach us from l d l v F h r i rnp nonrer inri that sucn a day D Spain consist too often of exaggerated or ule inhabitants oflfcis commercial At the same a of the principal irihabitaUs a tluTown conformaby to a notice issued by the the most eligible method of ce the 50th Anniversary of his Majestys Accession to die After opening the ob ject of the the Mayor that as Ire had net come prepared to move any specific ho just convey his general ideas upon in deference to mature consideration of the gentlemen It appeared to him thai the day bi ushered in with suitable solemnity and strations of joy that after Divine Ser a dinner be provided at the Tiger fur those gentlemen who might wih to that be proposed tor the benefit c i a day of rejoici that jffect were At AVindsor k V unanimous for regaling th is to upwards of the among His Royal Each of the i Their Roval tiie Prince of Wales has subscribed each neous statements oT It is scarce necessary for us now to caution any of our readers against placing confidence in letters which represent the French as abandoning and j poor retreating in every EXTRACT OF A PHPVATK DATtD JTROM SAX FELIX DE LOS On the J at one in the our ar i he of the Kings my left this place for where our ad J11 M for Windsor vanced together with one of our were to observe the corps under the comI The Dean Chapc mand of Marshal consisting of 9000 infun 111 try and 1500 who seemed to menace Her diem with an On the at we took post on the with a wood on each j tiful ana flank second acting as our will be displayed The O t Ti 1 TT iT I 50 5O iO Minor Ca ChapJ 50 T preparations at it ii sonje very bMu and Martin del and likewise posted en a ri tht of
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