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   Day (Newspaper) - October 25, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PtBLISHED EVERT OCTOBER SSE PRI1JE SIXPENCE ffi AlCnON orc liavc great satisfaction in an nf urrpngemcntl at Hit Iff day for uiafrcla rliyxvition iafTnucdthe Secre ffcfrrrrcc or po Aow quitted FEOM THE LONDON a rr rward tfntr u am re of ir il ss wl which lliey BT THE A PARDOVIKG ALL SEAMEN AND MARfKES tAV AT ASY TJME HAVE HIS MAJFSTYS thai u Whereas we tire desirous to mark the Fiftieth Anniversary of our Accession to the by j pardon to ail fieamen and Marines JO i utii who may at any time have deserted from our vice ilreviou6 to the of this our Royal ser PIECE of to the be jf a por be v IT to a of the situate in t aypiy to ft The pretent incumbent it and Cor ofthe Cotd i Sir Thomas Richard C JK To be r il SI the following s d i Ea West and Assurance Companies Auction clamation we have thought by and with the advice of our Privy to publish this our and do hereby accordingly grant our most gracious pardon to all such Sea men as may at any time have deserted from any our ships or vessels of war and we do hereby our most gtadous pardon to all Marines who may at any tune have deserted from our service and we do hereby declare thru all Seamen and surrendering or or who having desertedj are ow belonging to some of our ships or vessels of or are at the Jieadquarcers of our Royal K of the Foot to be COLONKLS inthe Marine or are belonging to recruiting 1 Wties of the said shall be and Andrew of the to be ischarged from all nd cQmrneuced or incurred by reason f such desertion and that all such Seamen or AliLE BUILDING 1 or in a ruantiiv of BtTLLD i roariaed eroiwnt Arthi ici Lott are already utuatein d msv tb4tinprpving WW t f The frdperw tyfll must insuieaifcrttiiio to ttte p to Browne and Land by DAY and with half the i productstbanwt ihlack ever m ciUur nourishment V Trill not ITS Jfrefrfram any O its virtue in any by at 1 w Pay th M tV Mrtropofi Aste inal JpoopinaWSi and in every Town throughout hare not before the issuing of this jur Royal Proclamation sarrendered on board our ships or nor QWed the lieadquarters or recruiting parties of be receive ur free without condition of further ser or bfigg required to Join any of our jr or recruiting parties above mentiooed but such pardon shall notendtle he said whether Seamen or to anyfurears of or to any prizemoney for eited by such desertion and we do finflier de lare that such free pardon not to ny 5earnen and Marines shall desert from any of our ships or or from marine quar ters or recruiting after the 24th of tfais instant Given at our Court at the Qneenvs the KSEKETS orderof AeEofiCU w Tr e oppose the Old Uie j 1C K of the oHrst of thr btst snanufactured coloured black of the MWCK lor the family Bod country trade jrbear inaWng other oorrrmaWron this dl the a Goodi iof t be Prcjruset are ordered for pursuant to a De Coort of Cfi H K f before perwrn appointed fcy the Utt if the ditk in the A the county o n Estates situate in the panshof one of the Masters of n M bymond i j afld at the ytece of SUSSEX i v I OYFKR of and to BUTDERS I 0 hv SOLD V AUCTION the Hotel L hy on October inonitr of the of divers i tomprainseven modern with Gardens and Shrab i ITU X tlie whoir of Bogiior by the late Sir and of best iigrt comfort ani convLnicnce than are usual tvmpoTsrylodgiirr The front is scrren i beliif J r off from the surroimdini p tiuhijh roud and axheerfu between thu the oceiii J of which a iiod nral uninterruf aa5 view from all th and abaut 25 o I i Euilding in a isitruttion of v th ow in the front which will iflU Upon andbeyonH anH oh liiLiuivc vicwol with Hothamtpnpstce their shrubberies on tfie the must cligiliif to r the and by Swanvwitb tlic jpcbrriptrve Particulars may b i iau 1 uid Uinsunley fad Pater of and Mr ANNIC NAVAL and MLLI 1 nTi will commence business MircaVon which day J ttktA the dedicate to the Nelson slomb i ir tikh the of JMwur set to music by that celebrated br by Hubert 97 may be the ojjmion eptertawed Aa a the importint crisis every Bruon will join nw wiUi aottl jn ui of the SOlJTS Kuroprs drseping in terror anddismaj tyrant hean wor yield to iUve tKcce approach not Nelson s Die in fud in our cunjiaenng star r Countinehouse of tie Military trill also on the mrht ofthaf day dt 83dtight t Sarpuel of tht Toot Jamea of the Clth Foot Frederic Augustus of the Nora Scotia of the late Royal Irish Artillery John Daniel ditto Williani WffliSna brt tail pay of the 3d Ginisen Battalion Robert of niwj Foot Moore of the Regiment of Foot John on bajfjay of the 78th foot F Alctabder Graham am halPpay pf the William 6f of the 14th Ijght to be MAJORGE NERAJLSin the LtetteiSantColotielB tjairy of the Coldstream Foot Guards Francis on the halfpay of the Fencibles ETOB of the 17th Light Dra jooni of the Foot Matthew Llad Wed f Richard if the 3d Foot Henry ColdsCream Foot Guards Rkhard of ditto Francis Slater of the Tint of L1V Guards J George the 10th Light Dragoons Georte Stracej of the 3d Garruon Iat taHon WiHiam tlif 4Sth fvf late on Thursday ktuauu y ill mi4t vi nf the 7th foot He stream Regiment of Fbot Gna of the Royal James of the 4th Foot Rojlo of the 25th Light Dragooai Henry of fte Royal Joseph of theSSd Foot William thp 1st Foot Guards i WHlimHenrf FWd Officer of ight Dragpoiu to aid in callertiig creeks In vesselj reaph ecl liurbour rfieseat oP just the command of undprbtanding was bv which mutual trading was tohe the car goes of cilJow iarere rer sons belongingto the letters of marcfue fi to break aoJ the Count and his took pcsSffSsiiin of avessel he to andstilt partly laden with his private and Uid their hands Also filled tho r ths public to Jar gissbn put himself at the head nf this He took up his quarters at the Governors nd made some English sailors and some Icc ariders parade before the door as Hear ing that a hostile party of Danes was assembled bout six miles he mounted his English en behalf f cTntcfly by at the en ihe of the British Consul they were by rrfle cordingly I have to request fhat you wihbe pieasd to the ith their drawn on Iccbnd j till they can be sent on Militia in Canada James o AIDEDB CAMP to j John Potter of the4th Garrison Batta lion of the 5th Dragoon Guards Bohun of the 4th Dragobm Jamfei ofHbe B9th William of the 47th Rxjtj Philip if the 30tb Foot Cavtndtsh of 39th Foot Trancis the 7th Dragoon of the 3d Garrison Battalion and Charles Darrib of the 21st o be tothe Captains oftbe Foot r Kane of the 7h Dragoon Guards Edward olthe Cofdstream boards wrfliam the jf the Cape Reginpeht Palms of the Royal Marines of the Rflflll Jfortlgn Artillery ohn of the 8Oth ffict of the 69th Arthur of tie WthYiot John jf the Foot of the Henry Smith and Middlesex from LI to at David of to 18th day of in the year of God save the PROCLAMATION pea PABDOVING HIS JflOM LAND Whereas it has heep most huint4jsubmitted to ihe on the joyful occasion of his entering into year of his it might not be desirable distinguish so memo raHe on epoch an act to deserters and Majesty havuigeraciouriy appro of his free pardon icing extended ep afl such Erom his land as shall deliver within from ifae 25th are declare tis Sbjestys benevolent intention anii to direct defing themselTej to the Commanding Officer M any or to any of the superintending heading through the moi rasses their bcirrg no roads in order to dis erse the party motley group of ca alry we are and verily believe it is im ossible to figure Icelanders looked oa perfect with his affected the omp of sovereign He resolved to hoist n Iceland He ordered sonic canvas to be Philip of thfrlw Dragoons J Chirtes of the 1 18th to be MAJORS hi the therh By virtue of this Ihave arrested and put in prison the following to Denis BicL ard John John and Jacob The Judge thai he conceived it his duty to give nciiceto the British Consul of tlie so that hf might appear and n Iceland ne oracrea same canvas 10 oe 3 vj Ishew it air he Uic men slioulu OS yed blue but the natives courd not approach that colour thana sort of iiirty eL3lie He himself cut some bleached intoihe In the course of a few nrnutes ood hape of three cod to render these rn into Court and torthe ligniamore if chose to Glenn and moved rbe mitate the split or dried He got Court that the be Jch mounted cannon raided out of die sand on tlie for their not appounnt on the re tun and placed on The Talbot Woods n loop of war accidentally anchoring near Rylcaguested to be alloed to inquire into the her commander was surprisedat the dftfhy i law and they be prove fa new which he could not at all match i that these desertsrs MIS Britannic mong die colours of various nations in his possesj Majestys The Counsel tor the prisoners On coming lie caused the Iceland i objected to the lag to be thrown and Fort Jargisson to The Chief Justice that the opinion cf Thomas of Bishop ship dealer and to and at 4he BishopWear and Daniel of dealer and and JDeci the Bear JWfli Greville Hattongarden and Samuel dealer 4nd chapraanf irifl at the Star and Oafttr v1ur John of I1 pool Cooper and Samael and j Attornie aM Mildrtdsc6o dealer and and at Globo Ta LrverpooL Liver dealer ber at at the Liverpool Jjondbn officers of the recruiting whose sta tionsare mentioned in the margin to the Com inandant of the army depot in tne Isle of Wight Where thereis no military to a shall be and thej are hereby pardoned Such if from the regular being ablebodied men and fit for shall be sent regiments from which they respectively or be appointed to such regiments in the United Kingdom as his Majesty may be to command when so shal iot be liable to be claimed by any other corps to which may formerly have belonged and if irom the shall be sent to the regiments to which they respectively And whejeas many of the said deserters may haveenlisted in other and are now serving his Majesty pleased to extend sucJl deserters die benefit of this pardon and to direct that they shall cotatknie to serve in the corps wherein they now upon declaring them selves to their on or before the period abovementioned and they shall not be at any future to beclairh ed by the regiments which they formerly The to wbojn any as may surrender is authorised and required to cflrtuy the day QB which such de serter surrendered himself which certificate is to continue the of the deserter at the nearest military provided Jie proceed at the rate of ten miles a by Andrew dealer and Nov and at ax the Globe Ererfr and Roben of dealer and chap and at at Not1 Henry Nottingham ant and Grays Thomas George late of Bury Edrrrunds dealer and and ar ten Tit the Greyhound Hfcfy Mr John Bury and WUfem Giles Great hteof dealer and and atJen Bedfordrow John of ar tht Buih Thomas of at at the and James of calicomanufacturer at at the Swan Jame lite of as a Danifl boo at at ia Robert Law rf at at the Three CrawM iotP of Trow at Trow Henry at at the Globe Joseph of at the Star Inn Samuel at at the White Lion 14 William at a Peirce of Sloanesquare John Tripp to be certified titioner on the prac cate or to be otljerwise proved to the satisfection of the officer Cbmmaiidujgat such military His has further been pleased to that deserters now actually in confinement shall have the benefit of this his royal par By his Majestys sjIrii i bf ten sr in Leeds G Mnc been pleased to appoint James Sir Gric to of Foot Ar Thomas of the of the R ofthe9thHppty dia jAleraMer We I filter CaiSeTon balfpay of West V halfpay of the 180th iTobt ABthwyiesslf oh i Guil n f 11 U Samuel Fennhi ofEast at at halL Robert of Old liam of fMti v3 6f OlWe GreertWay and f tenets Vbfft am Greeowa on of Joseph Uaac Bower WUHam Jajjies and Ah thony Chfisfopher of edeetoolmanufa Burton and Thgmas BentlevBuxton of o SSTilneli of War boot tod HockforoVof the City RadcHffhigh Wild and Thomas PARTNERSHIPS Thomas King and John trf pawn John Payne and Henry ITpp ChrUtopher and John From an dated 25d it Brrontous no dons concerningdie isfcaid v the British prevail ra We think to state such additional facts a have come to our The Margaret and and the letters rf belftagrag to cfertsiderable hobs in the soapboiling in sailed frprt the in May for On rii as p jveJ TC uc nine Ac c men were brcmght thi turnrrWe tne i T c rt hcru e iF maJo he had a Jetaintd the me in virtue ct the Vcm the Fn Irish John Having rcciaved hut thirteen have dcsrrred from jre now in tKis e dismantled The irdered to wouldbe Governor at his own the Secretary of State satiiricd him thic the from British vessels not to be ar rested or detained under the Go 7chimrnt of the United Sutes for die purpose of delivering diem up M the officers of the British Government ordered the prisoners lo be iijirQeaiately THE tnsm mav ITount Tramp vas also taken to to state lis It is not be doubted that our Government will on every similar conduct it with liberality and sjood If the above tatemehts be the proceedings will proI T3ie Audience Uietr apprabancn o ablybe utterly We sh6lild not be liis by three luud and tumultujui iurf rised to heartrrat Count Tramp is Ordered to andesaorudons of the and earned oir Lie je reinstated at all events will be It is not our Government can liavc any thoughts ofretaining the NEW Jackson Copenhagen Jacksdjt We fearn has jeen treated with deserved contempt byj every gentleman of worth at No jentleinan paid any attention to him and atj Is his burnt on thej jeach in his The above paragraph from TJte Baltimore Whig is copied verbatim from The PublicAd vertiser of this Should any one be a loss to know what are meant by the senile men of worth at Annapolis he is remindea that this form of erpression is intended to includenone but Jacobins and French None but such miscreants could prevailed upon so far vio the laws gif nations and the rights of hospi as to treat any Ambassador be he an Eng lishman or a or a Hotten tot with such marked indignity and open coif as is above the effigy of Jack Of a people who occupy so a space in the public whose heroic royiitance makes such interesting objects to every it Se unufteresTrnjffto give the fullowmp cahhdt to raise them stttl higher in It is most to find that tlie lovers of freedom are at the same time iorjjie strictness of their undfqr tieir induicrv It would be difficult to figure to oneself ty diversity and variety of the branches of industry cultivated by the At and some other theybring up such a quantity of canary that the annunl exportation amounts to In their forests afford them freat the Vorsl They cut down the make boards of thejn then form them into entire the pieces of which are and sent in during the snowy season to ind there em barked in which convey them to the other eitremJty of the LaLc of In the mean trme the vromen embroider mnsims tor the son lUUVC Lil J 111 burnt on beach in his at I merchants of Botzen and they spin we greatly pity that Reakness which can remain any longertgTrorznrf as to the real views of those Jacobins who commirfed this as well as xvtth an air of have published the It will be in vain to pretend that they wish any thing like a treaty Great Should they ever so gravely that any short of open direct war writh that nation would satisfy this very outrage will give the lie to such asser readers will that as soon as Jacksons as Minis ter to this was violerrt ef forts were by The as weft as by minor prints bt the French ro pre vent his reception on the part of our Copenhagen Jaiksdn mtat not It cry of the rt must ndt be rtemtd CoQthdcn Jackson stockings and which they sell ia In some parts they fabrkate quanti ties straw which are sold in Suabia and The spinning of linen occupies the women of the valley ot In the higher valiies of t e there are whole vil lages for two or tfirec months in the arre abandoned by every The Tyroleans divine withovit instruction the prirarrples and often succeed m that science in Jin astonishing make pretty which they erport to and from thence to fabricate gloves otier things of die skin of the which rrratrh esteemed in carve figures and which they vewd themselves in parts of It ir reeTrorrtd that triere from 90 to TTO leans who emigrate and return every They echoed arid reechoed lare worers m bv every village whelp throuehoat the i stucco and and In direct of rife derhrnciacleifr tfte ft rnodcratt tl rect of noisy gackson fas ard By the Gmernrneiit treated po It is to be that he was insult by the of at his effigy was his face This may be very Such conduct rYdtti Ja eoJnw rrright naturally enJugh be is perfectry tn More two foHowjng para graphs are rrom Thf Saltimore Whig tf Tues daylast they require no r art ever afraiii of ghosts j this accounts for Jactsons mounting guafds and beHrrcd bb He niay liannted or salary enable him to main tain servants by the doien does Ms quota of the plunder of Cqjpennageh make up oil de ficits f The Baltimore American of Wednesday are authorised to that A men ploy themselves in un perfumed pUnts oT their i iie sweet bags or in whicb they rnii acd give the name of for tive Others moTe danng in their pecu lations emigrate to America return aifier several years vJith jreit On fr ro their villages they their i i perinittea by the Dntiih Govem taent to go tp under ar Ttrill not be permitted that Go vernment toBring return gum tpiit their do rrct live a mcVe the winter tlitfir valiies but as soon they depart vans wiiFi their and to the flute and sohgs ascend the their cows and tije Tyroleans is and young they are fresh coVur brit as their sSirf and the fefyctidi of thfc of the soon change habit of ascending and steep rdcjcs them a stoop in their yel an are the seriscs they cultivate rfaost they   

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