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   Day (Newspaper) - October 23, 1809, London, Middlesex                                OCTOBER i Linre a VtfiV of tfte comprehtncHng the thr the Bar an the Foreland tho sotn in the The The View nfMailliardets Ex Royal tin r five a Ball to Hsfriends in his lid will present to the rnJ tWno preceding io aciif it Kiglrt oclock Mu there will be in a sc Ijiu iil with fifty plumb h at In i citiiliuuon had from Rcyol Cro WEsT hc held in m the TUat a Committee be The Overseers of the The Doctor Subscribers of 7L or to the Commit jet to distribute L o the this at their 0 meet in Manrnrots Vestry at JO to into effect i of of the io SLJIC ilic particular L t auil Ly the le anil circulated hv PiUKip and Advcrtuc Moraing Dayv c jriven to the t thr bicct of the rcct vcd tlic in a Si gle logo a at tiij A ceo in tin iioiise of nn in the a strady mjtidle It JicokVrcpmc anB who has Stcuntv be Ad Cnn f i H a COLLECT A F THOU hf AND of to the Sumqf by way of dvantuflc to the va n Apply postpaid House iIASKrlOLD Pratt To be the LEASE of a v tH i only to the very small ground rent The Pjvrrnscs are in comjlete re posses nuy he IVrucuUrs of altf t 1 DOUK be i jl tlie foHomnp i and Brecknock I iist 2nd British Ale j Companies Auction i at ir Revrnionary lc by li CON and a j i K and very eligibly situatetl at i underlet to a respectable idrd J large upon the Premises it a nrt ot liOt I Ajiilv to i SALES BY 7ms To Wine Tavern and Private Br at Tom Coftee at without ONE Hundred Dozen of prime old four yeari In bottle Fifty ditto Red two ill bottle Sixty ditto very fine four years im bottle Forty ditto Madeira with variety of other Ap proved bills at two months will be ukcn in payment of sums Skinner By HOP at the Commercial Skinner Snmy at THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of a removed rotn Cambenvell comprising fourpott and tent and goose mattresses and mahogany cellaret piano Ttitchen To Smiths and By by order of the of of ICingsland deceased CONSISTING of all the HOUSEHOLD and stoclc in trade of a Smith and CurHngtong Maker comprising prime feather and furniture and and other of kitchen and sundry iron and iron ware of different To all Personrvrho mafJbe desirous of becomingCopyholders of the Manor of ffacineyjjjmh the extensive Right of By at at te SEVEN substantial Brickfeuik COPYHOLLV DWELLING advantageously and South side of London and adjoining the aod Cat being the whole cfVerposbire all let tofiood at at very Mto two neat long Leasehold Dwelling in eachi one of them oB the other in pleasantly situated near ifamPstead Oemtel JFamtty Chaise few Green arched Wine Coal By at at A Genteel FAMILY in and fitfof the immediate reception of a respectable with all the above and numerous other now in the occupation of the country 13 yean of the lease un at at alow JL near the MaBiioji respectflilly inftrna ttethe this Day dresses a remarkably fineTURTLE into Sons will be ready at 12 a Haunch of Turtle to any part of the at per Orders for Turtle taken ui at his No Great CoventGar PRICE 7 Creditors who have proved their Debts JL under a Commission of Bankrupt against John of in die county of bearing date the sixth day of may receive a final Divi dend of eight pence in the on applying to Gregg and any Saturday between the hours of nine and FROM THJS LONDON 1st Regiment of Dragooh Wiffiam from the 9th Light to be Captata of a without 1st Regiment of Cadet Jeffery Jonah Thomas froiin the Royal Military to be without lath Redment of Jaent Entlgn William from the 18th Foofr tube by vice to bo by at at John of at jt Thomas of the Old Jsmest Wain and reserveis to be Yesterday sotne English who were made prisoners nt the mouth of arrived on their Way til The night before the whole of the dealer it in this capkai were calred andinformed at that three miBidns of francsof the conrribu tiori must tmmedrately be discharged at two oclock in the morning they were and payment of the above sum must this day be of at rwdve Roland af3iHip at at Susannah and Thornli tif chand at WillLioi oJt Richard Rouses tf at of hnheld Thomas Carson to be Regi ntfaXnttoj mental Qaarte 1st Votatlteer John McGregor to be vfhose tppointraent has not taken P 74 iQchart Gent to be with Valuable and desirable Leasehold Three Crowns BuH Public Stoke Newing toa Golden and Hope MUS at nPHE very xlesirable LEASE of the Three Jt Crowns with a frontage on the West fide of NewiBgtop in seven containing 21 feet fronts in thirdrare dwelling with ettenmve gardaat parrtculirly calculated for the advantage and accotrimodarion pf will be described to J llth Wftftv from the 14th who be by to be Captain of a Cotn appointed to 95th Soot Button Witib to be 14th from the 8th to tejfcnnd from the 56th to be George HaL froin to be without 38th to be by OndUfc who retfret fromtfie 5th to be without vice appointed to the Canadian 40th Ensien Joftn from the lit Somer tel to be a at at Robert of at at Simuel Han of at at the Commer cial 7 Thomas of at at the Man WiUiapi Robert John and William of at at the Red Lion Ro William of and Joseph of at the Woolpacks John of Ripliry it at the Old George George of High Harrow at at the Old Jcorge U Peter of Thomas of Drayton in John of John late of George Gregory of Robert of George late of John Parkinson bte oi John of Cumber James laW of box Robert 9f Samoel Augusias Odd and Besry of PARTNERSHIPS John Taylor and John of iron Parfit and WiUiam of ca John Stikeman utd Waium of Beer lane Thomas Charles Bliezcr and of Saint Head and Thomas of I J t f i1 H a A yi x Y v rKxl rrly those who hwre Tir plan artddescripiion previous to and at the Also v Ih thmt the of tteBulrPufclic Stepdaughter or several tenements ad bininr ees o and several tenements adjoining cow and in Sanfords Newington part let on tile remaindif to tenants atwJIL Two Sharea in Lane and four ditto in the Hope Fin ToMisqucrtde and at their Spacious Covent romplete and valuable STOCK a Masquerade the The Stock consists of ofrlOO silk hi above 750 character theatrical Including rich brocade and Velvet wtth a variety of other formioj s complete The has been collected at a very considerable eipence last three aided by thtbesr and U is pre sumed ii not trftetqaantd in t to DC 43d vice who re ueni deceased Aogcr Fre vice and John vice without purehaoe 5 SenttaneB Cadet from the Royal AlUitary Cadet Lionel vice vice En the 2d Gaowm without purchase Gentleman to be the 7Ut En vice i I near n with ahoot 50 acres of It is suitable for a being dclijlulul and ihc and the county be 1 nvrt and a a verycommo with and and ji only eight mites ul vice from the viceDtratu Denrahlc Leatc and 87 al 1 4 THE valuable LEASE antf GOGBWILLof the TRADE of and very eligible BAKiR VSHW in the ptrt of Rd antl now in full present cdnsuniptiori npwirdt of 1J per tmy beeiteSaed uneipirrf term of eight years and from MichaeUpas at s Icov C ARSENETS for selling tj off under Prime by order of tors of the late opppshethe Old mtennye fashionable STQCK in TRADE of the oldest Silkmercer tn London consisting of the manufactured slnxle and twiltea coloured and black sarsrnets of the opera selected at a great rtpence for thefamily an4 country trade tori forbear malting any other comment on valuabft than assuring the Public the above is arealand nulneSale onaccount of that the Goods of the best andare sellinj IS cheaper tian any other house in as the Premises are ordered for arerecetred at Dorsetstroet MarichesteTsquare by coraer of the Eichaige of whom the directory be and of all Bobfaeirers througbdut the SO by PRIVATE CON i i t v ami a desirable and wirh a in Kvt onrcTtruecl borders of m a though imroedi Nc i the northwest ot Admirable pro a sylc of superior it tiie with bed servants tu the ptrfcct accommodationof Vtscrtability coachhousi and Stabling Houstiold Pnnu l arl of the tirst dcscriplion may he had on advan As it is not intended by ol admission but to thosewho it is that no is will make application whnn descriprivu Paniculars and of the building will he Mo by GEORGE THE THIRD J TWt Day Is New in larBe and hihdsome ttrice hU October ti the mcncement of the present in to tire several co me and other Authentic Official from thi London cc e TM Independentlv of wellknown and thonW of History of the most eventful the or rusiory UL uic 0 to i South delightful MAN ie miles from Aberga sh of South rrihivl or for the term of tuvthrtwith the gardeos auil pleasure v o land at the option of the VO acrtj theabove U situated i irtiug comaianding a i I raflvVt the principal story contains a a a dining an store ro cVna story conuiis bandiome wiTdreMitig rooms the domstic offices containing a Lcrranti a very jnd i ioil wood the of o price Two Guinea A MUCH SCHWiL A MUCrJ WAHICJJ This Dar so as to corre onHino oneeHalTa rneATtthors Reading pnee bWdin spond with bounum THE SCHOOL DICTI 1 HE SCHOOL DICT NAR n tlckiEtiElisliDfcttotiary improVeA and fo is conbtaed tte o ReVDAVTD Evrr withi elirfowd with lofty ire trtiit fuf bc ltry trailed a liifs nuiy he ii 3 in J Lind Kcut brrrf K the appointed to to be with louited to tha Zd Royal Vete from the to be without to be Paymaster of the to be without Gentleman Cadet George Colleje td be rice Cd Yesterday arrived here FieldMarshal Connt and Baron and Prince with a numerous from the Austrian head quarters they were greeted by the inhabitants by a burst ef joyful as the suppos ed harbingers of Prince Lichtenstein is said to be mvested with unlimited powers to sign The day before yesterday arrived here the corps of Conscripts of the Imperial which consists of one batt ibon uf fuzileers and battalion of amounting in the whole to 3009 corp leaves 113 this Eyre i Than anies 1 iuwau Peach of kardiandJohn Johnson and Richard of brick George and Nicholas of Jockey and Thomas of Reid and Thomas llayward Mark ot Red Hoi Woodward and Thomas Wood of and John Wilhams of and John from to be without Dooald from thf vttef IWoJlpoo Gertdmen fefqhj ylctt vice Lind r IfrKsdJaTL Wiffiwn from dittos vice and bV DUJ Robert Blytbe OIKUKW 7Slk Bnsisn by pur who V r Brevet eutenantColoneL yfce ntb G of rt toctobeV WjtoVtt for and is said to destined for Tlie 65th regimeut of the taken neat at tie beginning of the arrived here this day from DUTCH The latest from Vienna considerably augment our hopes of speedy ic i to be frilowedby the i Some persons Grays feotrct with Austria or rs others a tor twenty Christopher John Mill and James of i years is actuUlv It is hiither nat Peach Cogw ejpect Q us to dlis A courtmartial at Presburgh ruis pased sen tence of death on an armourer and convicted of concealing arms for the behoot of the Austrian Letters from Madrid nf the 24th of September that every thing was then very quiet Numerous detachmentpassed through of English who had been necessarily left behind at in consequence ot being dangerously They were treated with the greatest His had issued strict orders for all Generals and inferior who had left Spam without special to re join their respective the least possible Tne Madrid Gazette contains remarks on the late military among which oc curs the following passage most numerous army that the still lued provides have been able to bring into notwithstanding their advantageous posi been beaten by At this moment of the best troops of France art assembled on die most fowoufitbie and ready to support should there still be rebels a leader absurd enough to ha zard fresh observes the same Journal had experienced and troops during continual to the use of provinces were and the inhabitants armed and trained fortresses and deep rivers seemed an abund protection tor the A campaign of three months sufficed to destroy the preparations which had been making for three then can when now no longer protected bry strong frontier or the barrier of the Py renees when a great part of her provinces are occupied by the and the greatest of he roes can at any time overrun this kingdom his invincible What blind obstinacy In vain shall a fake pride any longer persuade men to wield their impotent To persist in hopeless warfare is the crime and folly of am who have no other resource left to The Duke of the French Minister for Foreign had an audience of the Em immediately on his arrival from Alten The Officers Qf the Hydnrbad subsidiary force have receiVedpublic for their conduct in refusing to signthe lafe to the Su preme Governmentof Twovakeels have recently arrived at from the The of their mission Sard to be the arrangement of a new embracing the interests of several of the Rajah poot Chieftains Several armed vessels have lately been fitted out to cmise on the eastern coast of where natives have become xrmidablev atrocities committed by the se dirnlgifreebwottrs rendered them the terror of traders The jrewTreatf entered iato with the Govern ment of Trayancore is such as almost to pre vent the possibility of disasters firmiliar to those which have lately The Rajah has dis tharfted all the Officers m his service inimical to sheBritish and manifested signal dis riCasure towards who prevented the signing jf the presented some years vyKb left Barcelona and to with almost the whole garrison of the ibrmer to sticcour tire army besieging Ge was obliged to retreat precipitately to Bar viith considerable andhotly pursued By Senor according to various took fr6mMmonepiece of and several other ArCpijrier last night from Santa Colona tie neighbourhood of Ge has brought us news thaf Ge nerals Loggorf arid ifon JaymetJaTciaCondi at October R A MKR Darnel C 5Urrender October at Attor n October at OuJldhaB Whitmore of at Taylor and of WiUiam Robert Orford 13 EdvraM at at of fincn tacked with such spirit the enemy who besregmg nfter having considerable theytobk from three mounting eighreen three andother utensfis of at the same time with no less valour and good Doctor defaxeda division of the consisting of of whom very few made We of these glorious The advantages gained bjthe aVmy which went to the assistance of fierona are of such acknow ledged that were we to Attempt to extol we sjiogld enemy The deputation from the counties of Hungary have had an audience of the Emperor of They urged him to make a speedy The Archduke Ferdinand set off from Prague on the to join the Austrian Among tlie reinforcements which the French tmore detailed accounts army continues we observe great body of horse The German Papers speak of an important which is held at On the 6th arrived at Terschelimg the of prize to the French extol we sHQftld only S5TS from to die F 2f5QO effected such md given a aspect cause of The name alone of the illustrious will m aL future times do honour both to Ckrona and die nation wim iicvciiiunig L 0 al fijcedpn tljat immortal from prize to the French xeeded privuteer La On the the KwartierDrost Scho wen notified to tlie diat all persons soing to Wakhertn without passports from the proper civil and milkary aiitbority en heir be apprehended as and sent to for trial before a Corfrt According to letters from Malta of the 1st the commerce of that island has suffered se verely since the occupation of Trieste by the and the exclusion of the English from that The Insurance Companies have been seridusly injured by that The warehouses are filled with colonial which having no any has fallen to the very kvvvest lire finest shirt ready made cost at Maha GERMAN The late expedition against rhe insurgents m proved destructive to the troops engaged in it the severest loss they sus tained near the where 3QO men and 100horses were either killed or made pri seners rwo pieces of cannon and three nition waggons were abb We understand a higher destiny awaits the Viceroy Ori the 5th 6th some parsed this It islaii that they are on tfceir mardi from the county where a numerous army ot longer only eight On other goods of French manufacture sold extremely There was no thread of Sax to be cotton yam substrttHecr for sewing A hat cost a pair of shoes   

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