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Day (Newspaper) - October 24, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERT MORNRiG A six otrocK OCTOBER i i PRICE LIFE Octobfcr that in jjjimiaiicc a GYnoW Court V Pro L hsuratict Company trill in ttng the Auditors Directors jm tiie year r and affflU Si ITNO of the Ripht Hononrdble A Y th and COMMON N 1 i w carry inio effrct the oh and to appropriate tie liberal the turn of be in to al libriatrct from confinejnent in or the approaching Jubilee mresjed who cannot obtain thai INsTi by Act of and tie Msrqius of Vincoiin Doncannon j Vuccnnt Chetwynd Lord iufhim I I William MD lap prirc iplc of this Institution that all ia sharv profits equally with the Kt tlv pf an economical ma in which the by the specific suny rf contingent every Mpra vjtec for his without being v as the sole responsibility isun association of Noblemen and Gen MIC subscribed an ample capital to garramee he at Office not charged with unlisi colled into actual s JCL nor is any charge made 7 aH the Ciiei ToWns in Great L Averts to the County Fire Manigfng for a term of free of all a comfortable FAMILY fr ira rooms oh tie groubd not interfering the of two on the basement and up ud iLouierocim and with rii tf and large ancl other House iiry commanding a view of jv and Some of thi if to be o Puje and Auo xvhcre furtbet particulan SAXES THIS Leasehold with immediate By at at Desirable with chaise and fore court and delight fully situated in Highgate The Huufe consists of two parlours on the ground two drawing communicatinr with each other by folding three a good kitchen and ana convenient well adapted for the reception of a gen teel Valuable Stole u Garni at in Seven dETERAL valnable LEASEHOLD ES O TATES held eltar of for the loflf ternli of sixtvfive and advantageously sltuitetlat Stoke in he county of Middlesex comprisiiiK two genteel Brick Dwelling I and with ihd chaisehouse a Dwfettfng in Brewhouse Lane tad a garden adjoinimj Saiiiord A desirable ahd Wp brifk Tene with and offices A Close of Nursery and Garden Ground and v Close of Land situate on the East side of Newinftoo Common in the occupations of William and and part held and pan by tenants at aftd By SAMP on the Oddys opposite the al by order of the Executors iof TTHE neat HOUSEHOLD comprising fourpost and other with dimity wuutLii AJIU WILIJ and cotton feather beds doable and single chests of pief and dressing win dow set of dWng mahogany book a time kitchen and various ether at at by order of the tons convenient LEASEHOLD G adrantarebasly atnate for a to FenchurcbStreeiL at the Southwest corner of Penchnrch contamjpg numerous bed handsome dining and drawing roorosj excellent counting domestic and cellaring held undcrrhe City of a low rent A Spact DWT Advantageocs Johns with a ca pital spacious and extensive at spaci lBy SHUTT A N extensive and peculrarly valuable FREE and part LEASEHOLD the exonerated from the commanding an excellent si tuation on the county of Middlesex con of an ancient fine originally forming the gateway entranoe to the Palace of King Also spacious and most substantial Family a large and very skuate contiguous to each containing every appropriate acoommodfttioa for with ana detacfcid offices oi every descrip extensive walleS paved The build ings present a pile of capital comprising an im mense quantity of valuable brick oak and fir covering an area the sufficiently extensive for a or several streetsof and abounding with brick forming altogether a tJan In a speculative few more eligible at is presumed have seldom been submitted to pubnc can 8voembel J an highly coloured TC DEBATES JUBILEE DIN Dedicated to aH Loven of the Icrrti aboflt the fate irptethe wet Ti ni fhurfOfrjerhestls n further scuffles 1t drink arid whctn iu A Coris agree To t HOMMI Printed for Cfc i RS of and to iPLD bv at die bv on October r of the Ekicuton of divers rsIATfiS cnmnrlsin wven modern sub with Gwdrni and Shrub tiic whole of erected by the late Sir and nlthi btst jmflcioiwlf comfurt sod convenience than are usually i Itxlgtrifc ibt front is screeO fwUig a delightful promenade for j coinuletely fenced off from the uirruaudiOE n the hifh road to the and i cheerful is brivreen that and the pf which I j d view from all the and about Plots of HiMldjnj in a situation pf unrivalled bcautyy tile front wfiich will under a no to be built upon ana beyond and on of the with HoUomtonflace their on the forming cUjiblc spot for building in and the Reversionary Interest in occnpiijd by with Descriptive Particulars may be lans rhe adjacent Market Towns f bane and Wiiuramev and Palcr of and to SCOTLAND and the R nf by new and rnon cictllent a tkt fcjwing from the Chkririg Crow and Bell Ludgatc st reduced fares BORO KNARKSBORO AM Nll 1 IADC IKRRYB DO NC E WITH Pott and C the following set out hrs numerous to New Post f and thr Mailas Usual Evening i only One Night out ArNorth Wales Man every aidBlrihingBlm Ntrw Vioraiivg and Oxforf every v IM and at and Cheltenham Unford New and only Day Portsmi SALES THIS Valuable Leasehold with immediate To and Bf at GarrawayX at term of LEASE of 50 years A from Michaelmas at the very mall ground rent of SI a substantial BricfcbontDWELLING HOUSE arid adVantagcously situate now in the occupation of John Cheesemonter gtxxi bed dining light commoaious double bowfronted neat a small room with communication into Duke imd exceUenf roomy 4ry To AVoolkn Slop ahd Tailors By at Toms Coffee without AN extensive assortment of Woollen Printed and cither Cotton Pardculan of fchich win be expressed to be had of 7j Cateaton gtreet Great Ruisell Covent Approved Bills will be taken in of different Species of ibis in Town and Anasaica or Diffused Drbprtj Ascites or Dropsy of the and Hydrotbortft or Dropsy of the as well as that peculiar to PeYhalesV Cases of this from six yeafs of which have been re moved by Luxmores jVJethod of after all other means had proved were frequently accom panied with bitiaus ex treme and laborious prevent ing except almost In ind many after baringBeen will be to Hydropu by WAVES o THE Freehold nnib Immediate poraes withhi ten of in a motf desinbli situation foe the erecrion of SHUTTLEVTORTH and li a compact abfe PREEHOLb the niont advantofeooily between the high to and the G leading frmn 11 ford and to within juilei of in the counly of Essat the Estateeomprisea acres three roods and 34 of Aifcfle well lying iu awf partipw larly well adapted for foj the ejection of rountrj the distance from tfie tht facility Recess to parts of the Isndj and the known beauties of the ofierteg great laduce inents for tuch an arrangemeBt j a farm with and luitable to i he cultiTOton of the are now standing upon the whicH are in the occupation of JohnTy Manor and Forms contiguous to he Market Town of within twelve miles of with By Messrs SHUTTLEWORTH and at GsrrowayX at Manor of the and immunities the and tiro Imiidred acres tliree roods and sixteen of remarkably luxuriant meadow and arable land iu a high state of and veil car pital and egilcullural buildings of every command ing an invaluable situation in the centre of the town of greatest general markets in the United and also a garrison town for in tne county of The local advantages cou nected wilh this peculiarly desirable property are an of the first and whether the re searches of purchasers ma be in6uenoed by the pursuits of the charms of or the cou tcraplatiuD of nature in her most luxuriant and pictu resque it is conceived each and every of these fasctaatinp objects nbondantiy predominate over the do main of The hoji py disposition of the lands renders the ancient manor house susceptible of any im provement wfiirh taste and genius can The and mini beauties of the country in duding the romantk forest of with its abd is iporting are familiar to every elegant society are the f liaractcrtoiiCB of the neighbourhood of The farms are BoV 10 occupation of John a mosCTespertttbte The landtax is A valuable right of common for sheep attached to the and likewise a pew in the Church of By at Upper at the by order o the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE an Iron and other of At the same time will be 3old the W remainder of the short term of the Lease of the Premises held at a low of which immediate possession may be had Honse contains a drawing cham three suitable and other large and Leasehold DweHIng Stamford with immediate By the sign of opposite Fcatherfbjne City ASiibsantBl detached LEASEHOLD Bnck mrilt DWELLING wjth large conv mandlnB extensive with a plot of ground and a fourfeet way in common to back gardens the Pre mises contain two back and three chambers neatly fitted situated fa that ftoant and improving neighbourhood the Stamford near Stoke Newington land tax Leasekold Barbican Kwghnd Street and aerkenwell By the Sign opposite Feathmtone Stwet City in A LEASEHQLD DWE XjLand SHOPT tnj Mousey BOWLTON in nearl held for long Waves ofthe sea are of two which may le distinguished ironr one another by the names of natural and accidental The natural waves are those which are regularly proportioned in size to the strength of the wind which produces The accidental those occa sioned the winds reactine upon itself by re percussion from hilts6r high and by die dashing of the waves otherwise of the against rocks and shoals by which means these waves an elevation much above what they can have in their natural T by that the most violent penetrates deeper than six feet into the water and it seems a natural consequence of that the water moved by it can onlybe elevated to the same of six level of the surface in a calm and these sii feet of elevation being added to the six feet of in the part from whence that water so elevated Tfras raised shpuld gir for the utmost elevation of a This is calculation that does great honour to its author sks many experiments anc observations have prtwed that it is very nearly jrue in deep na and have no accidental causes to render them larger than their just It isjiot to be understpodj that wave of the can rise than above its natura d in open and deep water for waves vastly higher than these are formed H violent tempests in the great are not to be accounted waves in their natural but as compound waves formed by the union of njany others for in these wide plaini of When one wave is raided by the would ele vate itself upjp the height and no the mopon of the water is so and the succession of waves so while this is it receives into itseveral other each of which would have been at the same height with itself these ran into the first wave one after by which means its is longerthari it naturally would have and to an enormous A number of these compli cated waves rising continued in long succession by the continuation of the make the waves so to which the sailors in their phrase csdl mountains The Motion ofthe makesan arti cle in the Newtonian philosophy author having explained their motTonSf calculated their from mathernaticid si milar to the motidB of a dhd to the re ciprocation pf waterin the two legs of ahenrand inverted syphon or Stilling Wwoet won derful though well fcnowji tothe as appears from the writings of was for many ages either or treated as fabuioniby succeeding By means of Frankliur the subject again attracted the attention of the learned thoughit from some that seafanng people have always been acquainted with in his British under the head takes that when these animals are devouring a very oily fishi which djiey always do under the waves above are remarkably and by this mark the fishermen know whereto find ShGilbert who served long in the army at assured that tie fishermen in aq customed to pour a little oil on the in order to still its that they enabled to see the oysters lying at its bottomf which are there very aiid which they take up with a pfoper A similar practice prevails among fishenrjes to various odier and frank lin was informed by an old sea that the fishermen of when about to into the river if they saw too great a surf upon the a boittle two of oil into the suppress the and al low them to pass freely The having revolved m his mind these pieces of Ijecame impatient to try the experiment At last haying an of observing a laigepond very jUugh withthe he dropped a small quan jof oil opon But having at first applied it on the the againaipoa the He then went to the and poure on about a teaspoonful of odil producea iin calra over a space several rards which spread and er itselfgradually till it came to the leeside mating all that quarter of the half nn as smooth This 6Ap was often repeated in Jiifeient and widi INT3TA CAMP NEAR IU i APRIL Yesterday a ctnisiirg of remams of the Hog Hunting CIobr now the Lads of tlie Pfirplc and assembled with a few well bred near die famous Chun dwri Singhs and after beating about for quarter of an a fox was unkennelled in fine He took off direst for the PutcxJj and on entering the leading dog one ofthe Persian breed was seiretl by an amazingly large bear the party immediately agreed to pro cure that they might ajford another in stance of their former daring On receiving he spears the puny entered the and discovered tlie beur in fierce combat with his weak antagonist but the led on by its staunch supporter wliose name we not at li berty to mouiued on his favourite horse obliged the animal to desist from the unequal who taking a southern direction towards the Numdah Chuirun brought to Theemulatioii of the liunt now appeared in its each member strivingfor the grasping that famous horse Diddlcr round the brought him to the and it was some time a matter of doubt Aether he would not then at tack the but making off to the village of took his course across the Nerooduh entering the Jungle of the same was brought a second time to One of the who had lately joined the was now attacked in the most furious and It ncnv became a point of honour to rescue the young pupilof and the bear received the first which was attempted to be repeated by many of the who experienced die same disaster as him diey were endeavouring to The old fired at being thus came to the determination of as only two horses in the fieldwould now and charging their spears breast rushedon to the and were with die greatest intrepidity the spear of one of the members un fortunately torn in a most shock ing Oaanner but the bear was soon dispatched by the remainder of he After procuring a charpoy from die neigh bouring village 6f to home the youngs unfortunate member we happy to is now fhe party prdceeSed to die measurement of which exceeded any thiflgj of die fcrfad eVef heard TQf si I f iris ftss thrseleet two rncbss r Umgth ix feet five inches j the skin is not come rnon Was of a jet and die including the Prom areference to actual distanceby survey from Puroody to die were surprised to find they must have gone over nearly coss of but the eagemjess with which die hunt was continued in some mea sure accounts for the astonishment of the party on becoming acquainted with the length of the A Persian containing an account of some of the principal local occurrences which immedlateVy preceded die departure oi the ship from within diese received by a respectable Arab merchant at present resident in 1 it late conflict be Among other matters of less canrmunicaterthe details of the tween the BcSsian and Russian armies in Geor gia as relating to an event of which no authentic account hadbeen previously re will doubtless be perused by our rea ders widi considerable We give diem pretty nearly in the terms of tie By the we hare received an account of the victory lately obtained by die warriors of Ilan over the armies of event happened towards the latter end of die month of in the year 1223 of the corresponding with die middle of No of the Christian The fol lowing are the particulars A large Russian well arrd powerfully supported by a formidable having marched from for the purpose thefortress of intelligence of their movements was communicated to Houssain Kujjer of Beg die high in Immediately on receipt of this that Chieftain as sembled together such troops of the victorious army as he had in and proceeded by rapid marches to meet the As soon as the two armies came in sight of each the enemy opened a heavy fire from their artil which destroyed a portion of the Persian troops upon Mahommed Houssain the for calling to mind the words of the proverb which may be translated The better part of valour is had recourse to die warfare of He thus in veigled die Russians to follow and direct ed ms way towards die fortress of where the tents of hissoldiers weremtermixecT with die dwellings of die The pursuit kept up by the enemy wkh much eager ness and until they came within range of when the Persian ar tiDery and at the first a vast number of the Russian soldiers were consumed in the fire of morhffity At the same rhe victorious troops of MahCirnJned Hnssam Khan with drawn among tncj ranks ofthe and completed theirds In the conflict which about seven or ei jhtthousand Russians fell a prey o the ramirselpss manf of dreir chieftains wtre nude and a great part oi theit md fell into the hands of the conquering The Cora mandei in Cbjff AM conrrn TjGnsSam WJ J com assurrd of the defeat nnd flight of the lie transmuted an account of this great victory to Jie i rince the AbbS who sits the throne of Et At the same time Mahummed Hous sain Kiiofl pruceedid towards iu pursuit of the When the gence reached the Abbas he im mediately forwarded a detail of the circum stances of the victory to and taking the field in person with a powerful also set cut in the direction of w th a fixed determination in his valiant mind to extirpnte the Rusn Mahommed Kuneem Khan Afshaar a rela tive to the Prime Mirza Mahotnined Shussec rociived instnctioix from the King to spread the tidings of this joyful Three upon the subject were accord ingly from to die Prince ef thi Ruler of and Khokhalooya of all die heavens and the land oi to Mahommed Nubblee Lord of the Sea and a Uittd British it wns that rff this affair tlie had been rhe now iccarreJ to the mind that they must have acted under die infhierue of the French at present in attendance at the Court of The dpst of settled in the skirts of the royal vour towards the Ficnch and it became desirable in the eyes of the that thf friend ship subsisting with that people should be dis Ht was inclined to distniss the Em according to one done so according to which is considcrecj as the more the tvrci he has postponed the of his purpose til the the English 3 following exposing the cold crueity of the and die buTning of die shews species warfare isthvg in no other of the Tyrol house of his whowere a Frerichrnaii for insitttmg The Frenchparsy reqrfired ptjewts to produce son on pain of These reve rend petstmi ijiistead of hiavingrieilitaiedbis and presentea todieenraged whefr were m tantly THe son related it to six of his who formed a small party with him in the rncvintjinis of ajKWvreered all their th die purposes of a few ho vering killed rrttheiftlBi ber at a money unHer their whVh enabled diis haridful extend their plaru vjf1 Ope Aantmg odier ed a cajriage wjth two conveying On being infcrmel the driver thatdiey were they them dieir thec escort acknawledged to have the town of I will return h to said but n meantime boiTow it to wlinsc duty it is to ail further his us situations in and now collected in his progiesSr between 15K and ij hi narrative same account tlni to state a great variety of n whicii hs in jured and enraged son has and concludes with ample of this valiant patriot has had an inrlue ce so powerful over the that erea irr the midst of diearmies of die the form numerous and powerful de stroying the enemy on every as ha already been accomplished in and even in short time JISBPH a farmer arid malt and other wealthy inhabitants of Brahuree and received threatening that if die price of and provisions in was1 not their would be set on fire and these were carried into for the adjoining the belonging to was dis covered to be on fire a few nights by timely was prevented from burning the The above dread ful act caused universal thronghout the i neighbourhood andthe parish officers with the i assistance of the Attorney of called a meeting of the principal i bitants on comparmg the there j was no doubt entertained but diarzhey were all written by the same They se veral but had no means whatever of proving There was considerable mystery attached to of the letters it bore die Braintree post mark fbuipence charged for and it was delivered in Brauitree whereas it ought to Tiave borne the postmark of the town where it was pet The result of die meet sencoiF expivss to die Public to engage an active HARRY AntclNS was appointed by GRAHAM with die assistance of a welllaid discovered that ROBERT a of and SAMUEL EVKEABD a journeyman of die saine m and sendingihe were liefofe the JOHK an4 sejcral Ma gistrates assembled upon tne at Bfain wheh evidence produced aguiilst was sufficient to induce the Magistrates to com nut die prisoners for
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