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   Day (Newspaper) - October 26, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY BY THIS CREATON and on the Pre Tower near the Tower it ui tlie ihe genuine HOUSEHOLD FURNI L i amall library of Captain lyeitb com and printed cotton fvntitulej i tomftther wij and toaaogari i Jouhk chests of desk and and and and an excellent in by the wual anottmen c and vartona other StrBSGRIPTtOMB Assistance of A MK AfTTCHBLJU Jfi in Three BAKKRs HHOP and on with Reversionary comer afjfal and Houseand zn L ixuin oijt of PremUet in tbr iikijth of Bctbml Green mid Brick BrowaV and a RichardsoD m a The whole held an Ion luw proucd of near Hackney Two ii Brick tniilt Oorugrs and Ground to baBA oi UflL4 of H uirhdd of oa tfte newbuilt LEASEHOLD containing four moms in 4be v other m garden and pfot r buikUra tluwhole 100 feet in front i dqth 01 little mere T This ofcirjodern and dbdujfciAtdlor tft of nb liadhbn and exceUeHCf of thi xrith wkich he ftiteetid of fLcniturc for composed of luxi of tnperb in arid bedstead ano 38 and writing r cbefts of dn rt and ercry requisite needful p this TTie valuable Leaif hild hr a of eight at a low Household and Carpenters Shop and Lincolns By at Garra ligrhle LEASEHOLD com Mng a conveniew well built Brick DWELLING sonct rooms on a with situate Duke Lincolns in the occupation at with and saw atthf 1 liutflt betwcwt Riduiuunworth and Cheihim tliriving Corn Fish md Common By at Garra v it in HE FRElHOLD situate at CUcshiin and Chrttom BoUj tairt wilb sundry in poatJOioh of Batr a and Wtoff OTHne tlmvtagoik wrf unlior in corarnpn water Mih an tUfiblt Dwdliny HbuWT and he livtrr suid the of tie jr iCO iiul a than dUiinct a tnasi beautiful part of the eligible situation fur a gentleman I muy be of roc rniiril Frtefiojd Lands brrwrerf and C ami at in i verj eligible FREEHOLD Cote Harbour Properu and late John comprising a desirable Family dip rottase with offices of aH ii 1 excellent planted with vUaure fine streams of running I trees and firm with cow cart and and with pars of the Estate together with of 43S in pafled arable divided in dilTcrcct f ncfojures by thriving hedges I tt thi biit state of mud most cheerful and excellent neighbour miles from thret from five from I and from I at ha H M by order of the Sheriff of H M iw S IHO SO pair of Witney and Wearing ft chintz cotron mahogany t kitchen linen fijie int a U id ICfnningtoo lir order orthe HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE I 1 if chain kfccbw I A A by order uf ttetulon of GROUND RENT of bv UweUing House and mar Hdy OldStrtettoadVate in the occupation of for 3g Aitlt By W1N s The liouie in very com m recently nc mafefeg fbnr be KXPEDrriOK TOTHE TTRAL taken by an r uc our ferand ih Utt the difficulty of approach to jed by Edvrard ad the saue time published to his thecomw a Wal 6d PORTRAIT of SID Mr oaip aiiit the informed a it the vtere a Book Uoperf at wish to the i nlied with the best impressions tobe Printseller to cjriicr of i proof be priat tha Vif RMtttres b for Wlnrtterial Majesty alon waf be a fey thw ertt Many peopk think the at the Yes gare fresh proof of his Ife Crowh ind Aiichdr f LeadenhaB ctxiect t to i i ar The Statesman 5 5 0 f 1 1 but Enemy to Private Therfotwe iWJac boflt s Oneof teed new 0 10 0 14 2 0 Thoiriu CKeApide my Aitehes L AsmaB tastefor Black Justice A Loyal Subject S s 0 7 0 10 o 5 i 11 0 10 He most become vorMtomake friargood A DeMrter of Impo L 2 0 a Committee of iitants by Haunter of the Fotte This his fondoct theAustrian hxH gained the JovVand of all the resides ift the linpenal in the Coort of the On Wednesday andVSauuday last was per foraieiJ at Court TBeatte rffe Serious Opera rf esty set out this morningl lit fcee oclock i eatlded to kThe wiB think urf Otflbeuun wfcd can infdnoadon of may bcker tbAr to eoromunleitt the to i7rL bjk IdblAKMTOS CtVTL MiLTTART StTBORM wu New price into the PRINCIPJES of and in Favour of the former Swims of w hatt the Work before rho wrach and j by wWct he appears to be Hit style and hU in the main ire anj s appear tortxj are tf orinlon that his labours re Uj Shatfow of a rnoun taln which separates Lower Austria After fcuring he arrivpd at 8cihoenWann at three In We areassured to from station to destined are antfVv an ardent and enfightened In MacdiarmjdU into of we discern the pejctradpo ludi Priotea for Crosby and sorne days ago An order diers 19 Mpear iniheT the the casionfid We leani Poles They are to U forbids Afi after roflcalL Tiemforcemerit of of Other Juhtacf j overthrow they are more or le cashier of by the sane An Inqnirr into the System of Nzdonil Defence in Great votw FRENCH the celebrated and Chief of he fbUowed the profession of a beast previous to the Though now residing in the Royal Palace of he till the same and receives very alithofe Mrho coibe to speai to him OQ of that naturflu MstzshaT Prince of a5sed through this city last on his Way to tie French 2tt Thhj city was illuminated last nignt m honour J rf HM O t the peace with ublished with a The treaty will be Count negotiated and signed is to be elevated to re dignity of Chancellor of the the ighest cjvil dignity in the He has tht ank of FieldMarshal An prdpr has been published for a com lementary levy of conscripts of the lasses and di rected by the Senatus Consultmn of the 5A of After this is completed no new con ngent will be raised upon these The of Recruking wul meet on die 18th and 8th of to inspect the conscripts actually called intq The following is an extract of a latter from an Officer with the Grand Duke of dated 29thiof Angnst We are every day in action with the Spa and gain ground upon A contk aal fire is up on the city by the lie grenadiers of 1st regiment are already at gates of the We had yesterday a larp after which we advanced to the Captain Kieselstein fought and lerished ra this This fortress will be irn nediatery and must not vithstandingjts obstinate The Kne of telegraphs erected in this xxirhood is ajready ia full The huts of the French camps near lave Been solcj The camp of Crems was sold for The celebrated Hofer makes his soldiers cut ff the hair of the who do not comply With his ordery respecting It is said that chiefs f perceiving their authority eclipsed y thatof quitted the and are now hi the Austrian tamp Nancy that Austrian pri on their return from the depots to their1 wh dally continue to pass through that I It appears cfefiain that the basis of peace has Betttedat and that the adjusts ment of a treaty is now in tt is even thit the conferences for that purpose factious an appearance of n possess die greatest ready to print a jXatementj chased theftsubserrj discord prevails m parties alwrnately according as lent to the Mar fvantiwHar fs still to thimembars of that In some wno andwho have al 1 htf has threatened at whichjbe pur f of the CabU published a the agitated state of net of lames The C the Junta of tbe extreme dejection of the peopk EXTRACT DATED The trrt and to dme with Duk long his stay r r r i i The sotefr occupied with replacing which dief hadal ne by and ore ncewia can tonments in wcinity of that Hit Majesty the Emperor reviewed them at Schoen The Tjroiese are stated to be m the utmost soirie succours which they expected from this lat jter test to1 reinrVirce to up the dtficit of Romana has quitted his bands of t go antf take Dart hi he mtfigiies of aac partyi ofwhichbe fe pae of the and oar hstfSfej aUthc us respecting the Insurrectional Junta the following it an estatA frttnliBf ofthe intercepted letters alluded my dear the utmost subserviency to every kind of before and since the hut I Cejirai JuAUr as I feare alwas ftoia oo bther coiriScleTarion than that of regard to interest And now that we ate dreadful when I D our Govtrnpts against each other pfoldnging tbe debates in cor tioris stopping the progress of business spreading aavft ing reflections must From certain secret which have never ceased to have more Or less awl the nature of certain propositions ta light some months of Ood of the I am more than ever convinced that our dissensions go much higher than we ire a and that iew persons imagine to what lengths they will be carriedThe opposi tion which iney atfirst forced the abettors of these intrigues to for a of their Spain is hi arms torrents blood have een shed and yet he has to learn that all this is tor the We from JopdljF proclaumng what accustomed to regard the English as the nortals enemies of France j but it is these vet y and t acquire freshproofs of it every dissensions without after so JdOutyifrOJTi Hi nrsfmotioniowards ghgffffg it fflapprtt tifTS Cff SUCCOUfS Wkil sinccrjtjr but our defenders are held in thePalace of Prince of As wes know tour ndefatigable ptiblislang K articlea of the afld The bnlr thmg winch theyare not greed is tht duration of the Jtay of the French at Vienna after the signanpre of the or every persuaded that it will e immediately It is reported tha Goaxd willuof or next day quit the camp of Azgher and will come into quarters in this Jt ftey thhik j finding they are highly It is chiefly in the coim and die crashed by the pressure of the that they give vent to all the bitter ness of their resentment against the leaders of And fk you suppose thatthe latter can con ceal from the scandal djeir debates The Junta is split into parties ne who can collect round him a number of who can get the lowest of the cabbie on his is sure to tri InfanVMU More than one victim already been sacrificed by in who wul fall hi their in is it possible to find a mediator among the factions 1 The military leaders share in all the passions of the Junta and each party in the Junta alter nately protects its faithful bestows much less attention on theestablishment of dis and the revival of the courage of the than on the support or removal of this or that Hence you knowwhat has been the end of all magnificent which it thought fit to spread abroad at the open big of the campaign ra But what yon can not represent to my is the con fusion and terror of those who back from La Mancha to thenretreat ch they only as they in to their Reuses in the it would be difficult to firid pure hands to which to mffnittbJSTWihageliMtat oftheptibKc and supposed not to hare v they are said to have trans for to the Canaries oaSy So mttth it cer knows what JbaJ become of pro digaouV But have not more devoted French more in veterate Yon should fitness their im portant their imperious in the assem plieaof the Junta of the opposite faction are not whit less Jn tkeir behaviour towards the they neither want suppleness ftor dexterity 5 they how to to themselves fearei my I wauWiMJt believe you yet all that you predicted You were the only u without without a moWleVtge of could f imagine that ptriot be usurped bj those jrfip their cotmtry to brink of a reckless Vtf ll T of ewrything but to aviditv I am perfectly cured of my blmdnessf bat how T dfrplpre that of of The I have only to leavers 1 have your co our melancholy Compelled to M embrace your believe mall wil share your hopes may soon be 1 By a decree the all the pongregations aiid ftaternifJesV known by the ap pellation of Tcrceru Theb possessions are declared to be The writer meat Cairo and UKHP preci want of several articles obeir comannnicati ntate flight States bejng at post very other state absolute ui more strictly interc epred tnan it haslbeen befo beyond and Jowerdowndian is impossible for diem toobtam i in ihe supplies of oramm apnearto foond their especially since the the d oirie succours which ther exoected from this bjim tnterlf impossible far tiiem toobtain any supplies of or ammu especialiy since the the dif ietent cantons have adopted measures tb shut up that The of fscwred uttelli feeare from the of the grand that the troops have feeea order fed to evacuate The abort geace has been communicated to the Comman der m Chief of the said Shouid their troops not ret have received erdcrs of jt probably to ascribed to the acci dent wbrch has prevented several French cou dispatched by from reaching of their by been the qpd de of their Frietiaiiei OCTDBTR The Arthur late Christ is by the to the vicarage of Stnderrt of Marquis of ead Nor in county of The Frederick and Frllow of Corpus in this has lately been by that tq the rectory if near in the county of va cant by the death of the Georre The Charles of Kid ad Fellow of Jesus Cel in this has been by the Lord Bishop of in the unitexi carages of and i in the and county of o whicn newas presented by Lori soonTecame orir masters and do you my that they allthese succours om of pur kin tine ts It iswithour own money thattiiey shew themselves Was this not the when their always slowly and never by turns sup ported and igainst the same enemy What are the sacrifices which theBritish Go vernment proppseato in order to acquire the right qf subjugating friendly nation and an ally I knbw that some Members of the Central bjjnied by afiect to tri firpnr in the insolence of the Ambassador while asif intoxicated with the appearance of sovereign with which they are lay aside all Idea of their inevitable my I never cease to my voice against the attacks on our independence by the Marquis or any other English Whileirl am I shall every j even eco nomical and this may be dictated to our Gevernment by the caprice or the will of the Cabinet of Have we not Portugal before eyes That which has the con quered colony than the ally of than half a its and marine all have pe British domination pursues to Brazils j it insults the weakness andmis fortunes of a refugee and nourishes do mestic dissensions in the heart of his new Palace What have to expect Ms it with such protectors that shall see anr end to our sufferings It is at least a that we can communicate witha friend who partici pates the sentiments of patriotism with which I am DUTCH The intelligence of peace havingbeen signed The Robert Trctmaa is instituted to the rcclorr o vacant by the on the Duke of Tuesday MrUaniel Race of iii this eldest son of of was u swusly eliected sqholar on the new fbvmdattou in NEW BRIDGE AT On Tuesday last was UuL the Foundation Stone ofthe New about to be erected 6ver the Cart at Df putatioru from the various Corporations cliicny interested in that from the Magistrates of of of and of Gree landed interest of Ren loni with the different between Austria and France hasnot This information arrived ia Hoilamiby the wayqf Stirtgard and In both the public rejoicings which took nlaeu in conse qnenae of these happy ddings have been suc ceeded general consternation and thihg seemsto indicate that orr theContinent peace will beconchid if that fbrtimate event ahteady liave actually taken Amsterdam Caunmt of The accounts from Vienna rf the 7thinsU die sdburbs apfr filled with tattling from the camps indie neighbourhood and in particular from those formed at Spitftand We understand the gens darmes and also from die having Lodires tf Freemasons o and the in the Abbey Church of Pais an excellent and appropriate sermon WHS preached te them by the from Psalm Except build the they labour in vain that build The whole then paraded in the area before die and walked thence in sion to preceded by a band of notwidistanding the day was rather unfa they were accompanied by a great con course The procession ed at the west bank of the was croised by a bridge of prepared for the the actingGrand Boyd was presented wid a plan of the Bridge by the and accordingly pro ceeded to perform the The Founda tion of nearly two tont in being suspended by proper du Grand Mailer deposited in a cavity in die basement a brass bearing a suitable inscrip which wai previously read aloud to the Brethrefl and immense of people who had assembled to witness the There was aho deyoslcctl containing copies of several Newspapers vf the and also aseries of all the and copper The Ma sons having now spread the which uas concluded by the Grand the Stone was let downtfid three distinct amidst chaer A the die playing Rule Britannia The and die were then successively presented by the senior Grand with which having tried die its trie Grand Master bud by it three strokes with a say May doe Great Architect of the universe enable os successfully to carry and complete have now laid the tion The Stone being then disengaged from the the Grand Master poured destirttJd escort his Majesty from stage to stagey have akeady setoutfroffl VJerma for their different Stations HisEscellency the Marshal Duke lfKagusa arrived last According to letters from of the 10th itwas generally reported1 that that his Impe rial Majesty meant to arrive there on the 15ih upon it and fronn diree May thisnation in which wa followed with three loud He returrfecVthe and the the hands of the desiringhim V having in a neat stated and expreised his wishes for the success cf the he attended fay thediffer rent processien to where a select party dinedin the Renfrewshire and ispent the evening with the greatest harmony and coavivjahty in the Lodges were fctld in the which were numerously attended and   

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