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Day (Newspaper) - October 27, 1809, London, Middlesex Aff SIX HWfy IER PRICE SIXPENCE genuine HOUSZ rXNi IlRE comjnnj focrpon bcd pier and c full in a at ar liy of the removiog GOODWILL of the UITTCHEITS an ciicloftcil r o itJil andycart h u uutxpiicd term of nine r nr a small it at in 1 Vu ASEHOLD Brick RE fc7 i oiudtrate bfai m ihe CoKegt wiiliurrajru iu sirr 1 ii i lit J arid aii L uirntly beiag dUtant little limre PROSECUTED by the GARDEN THSAi fd The oictof the 5 Samuel SMnnerttreet WeiehjStatWaH r Crown and Anchor LeadenhaJJ rtroct Great The Statesman Paper 550 True Bine 5 0 O John with his Uuglc Horn 6 O 0 An Enemy to Impo sition AFriendtotbeTSca butan Eaiemy td Private 1 lie HonjethatJack built One of I 0 a a P 0 10 1 i 0 14 1 1 Office from also yc cdahiiiingan the of impravrmcnf in of atijl nnKt part of in tin at in thr In llie county of EsV ctMi of curloSiUTd of rifcli by IP aart snil ga li tnuietlrt to Holnrt i ii of only iianilfct the tmp t whitti a i i nf Altchrt l He mast mrte to make A Dettstcr of Iffipo 0 O rition neTifJio at thcjrtjjortifiableei torttoiibf the Pro 0 WiUr In nager of 0 lo G 05 A small bate Jeelt Father Jonflce A Loyul Subject for i i 0 10 1 l Courtcray J 1 0 Jauce Burn Juidcc Bowttrcet 1 0 GrayVlen 1 0 of 7 i i Cobbcttite 1 I o 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 Oi o e or persons assem those by schtmportam a work presented 0 when the Pro prietors barge was the at which with whoie patriotic had accomplish scribe adequately the and die feelings instant die band God ezve the the guns wore of the immense were by uni conrinued the1 id to the Greyhound tod preceded By the Lorder their tools die of iich is allowed to be rn to a very fcly Room nt the Af Sliflc was ably given the company churches were course of delighted1 pje versal and hearty andifi dawn of their The Proprietors accompanied by nrusZ who march on their bftvjng finished a Car one of the lightest and 1QQ irter ffon ffoi j die course of was chsHTned by M r the crirporation of Hull having voted for that Hts Excellency the Grand Chancellor CUIARLKS lovtd the company of of exercising provisionally the functions pf the Grand Chancellor theThree Golden has m cotJscquriro or and hanuc been hrghly pleased with dw cf be became desirous attaching him tff his He accordingly orders which Ins Majesty the Emperor j rhc LorJ Treasurer BY to wait upan has deigned to communicate to him in j dated October no French puv of whatever degree or m ty PO a erty messLige from himself but in e iriued ht greatness of His fotiad his eleatei cerve orbear any of the orders of th Golden a second in a court ia such order being incompatible sailing to ap by li sung by the jt applause The Ecblic are respectfully that a in a few dnp to Investigate tbo claloii of encb toajTjduals as consider cntfllcd to Op be BAtfESs WEEK L Adv and Krnt WaterWorks Thames anil and BritlsR AJe Driigej Hope Eogfa filf arid Oupany j at in SHARKS in each or the aboie iVnirulars at of Koyal nd and Genuine Princes Cavendish STOCK of modemjuid tasteful i l1HOLSTERY FURNITURE of fir tue chaste iii s arid ot the in j cin ji i ajid tloiei be of Y GENERALESTATE at bv Slerlcy Oifordstrcrt the comer of the Roval Exchange of whom die Directory may be and of all Bookttllcrs throujhfbut the A Steady active 33 years of who TJ perfectly the Auctidnecrtng It which line he haj been employed sWeral to tngajre hiowetf aa CLERK or to any Getule rten in the above Profession the references wfll be and if addressed to will be immediately attended T be peremptorily to an Order of the High Court of bearing dale the 27th day of made a Cause wherein HENRY PARNELL and Ajip ACMIS is certain GronndRion and Leasehold situate or near Villow and in the county of and late the property of Tbe said Estates will be Sold in seven separate and distinct MIJH sjid sep A COMPTON one of the Mattire of tne chcsu at i v cloth am and ciery rctjuisite mcdfu uf The viluablo Leasv litii tir a t rm of a low rent Household the AcLin aud live Kcu t and jrenuine HOUSEHOLD LiTicti nmored on jttnnittud un and Madeira By at ioms Coffee i RR A R chiefly composed ofmodtfrn inchidinx frontons Embassy to Shaws Canidun s Valentias Hnlcrofts Jra Dccameroji of and nu and Belles will about j 50 duzeti of fine fia with Coach and By on the by oruir of the Executors of Anthony of BELMONT COT VIT situate oppositeEelinonf on the High Road leading to Wancts vNante from the blending the i n possession rhrte bed senants with statuary marbte windows opening to iron two cUiniey two hrer ato large in pan dictated JL cuJch twoftjll and a fore from thepubMc J J held an utitxpired term of M hc triliiaj rent of per an and fulluwinp be all die rurniture and and Belmont on the Init at by rndcr of thcExcu HOUSEHOLD FURNI U a ttravdng rnom an exceUent patent barrel with drum andrri nod a mahoguny Porto Bello a a and and a rar irun a quantity of and other lthony at his late ilelrnont opposite Brlmont i the Hirh to Wandsworth coni lofty mahogany fourpost and tejit iitz cotton prime goose handsome satinwood and mahogany in double and single chests of a in eight roocwtxxi xud pold and curtains en sets of c cellaret chintz cotton and cheval dressing Jvn Brussels and other kitchen A on rf 1 uotwecn the hiroj cJ IWD oclock a the Public Fonni of the tiid in be graft v in of PhHip Kills Ucirh IVnact the rich vcel And Cturat tijland onf Coinmerce eajrrjsingj t gay books WifK rwealtV To ami country a MtySSiatryt mat crcrB iirjtream id tthe ric And tlxjCarorytioa Cana barf Uut our tltitRat fij we be finsenir harthe ArdwKproiect mittnrd And JJarittbttn Lcrnour it They Our nioit grajjptjroanks have Long IdMitJie Sdr And songs apd glees ioit ably tile rich vessel gland the c nothing is r blessings to crtrwn to be highfavourj Long the fair streamijfc tic rich vessel And CrprdonVgay Jiftgfand tfie And my gowd feDo oa J of the most cess tj the all the aniipation of a profit for1 the of Sucr expect tiey narve a ereat benefit a Norfolk was drauk and gratitude for A1 are conscious to Tho of the of his iujptirtant the promotion of the htc and his sepvices iiTlr was aiso remem The health of Sir Thomas TuTton being U ffflsoni who are indebted to Ci arc rcquestH Accounts to 1erfict ot this or 10 Joint who are legally to nmf aad all Persons who have ajiy claim on the arc requested to deliver in their Accounts as that they may be put into a course of of the ahove begs leave fonn his Friends aud the Public in that the sanction and influence of a rentnval of the Jjccn tbmes the house of tht late frr the recefti jn cif those unfortunate people who lab ur under the worst most distressing of and assures them that cvrry professional medicinaDy and shall be eier to restore ihe unfortunate patients to their relatives and friends in the care of people the strictest I i i i i i great ataibuted to his able and mos he rax and expressed his satisfaction at ihe accomplishment ot an undertakiig of so much public and the pleasure shall always feel in making every exertion for tisrwel Upon the of the Chairman Edward being the feelings of th corrtpany were expressed by burst of universa It was acknowledged by dia the perfection of this undertaking is to in a with the very Gradut ad Painassum of the Golden Fleeces by his I Lord from the darkness of the I and the narrowness abruptly burst opeu I the and suddcnry entered die wherein lie found Astonished at die sijht io noble md a with a if he had No replied my with a not since I have found MAU c that he eame widi a fiTirti tle wlio wished to do him sirns sigivil to testify his opi nion of hi Ifj he was highly and six pieces of sensible of this mark of his Majestys affection but too well the nature of to accept of which expected to bini a man in chains of their whith his spirit of freedom and independence would not suffer him and Rcyal a On the 2oth the tacked the of foot pied a position at Lustenstmi arnJ in its he asked JiH Lordshiu and obliced after a vigorous to fill 1 nnt mistaken his way bark to They attacked in their turn by a corps of French de tached for that purpose by the Duke of Dalrmi under die orders of General and corppktely defeated great loss j were made prisoners of cannon A letter from Vienna of October diat the French Imperial Guards ind a division of drc second army hjve left their different and are now in cantonments in the suburbsof at Stockorau and its environs J A detachment Of tronps brought in here about 30 prisoners of the tronps of die Dnke of Gels they are almost all On the Iffth in the tho Coanscllcr of Stare arrived here from Frede with tin Definitive Treaty of Peace between Russia and Count alsoarrived today ocfcck in the Some hours the news of this vo for had been announced to inhabitants by numerous discharges ot from the of Perer and Yesterday a religious festival of thanksgiving for die peuce was the Chuceh of Isaac by the Grand Duke Constinune were under The Emperor repaired the horse irninjnse concourse of who made the air resound with dittir actluma The two the Imperial Fa the Members of the Corps were present at tie Te Daim which was accompanied by several dijcharges of articry and evening whole city was The Treaty will be published with a A Te Denm will likewise be sung in all die churches of the Count die negociator and signer of the has been raised to die Dignity ceBor of fJie UTC first dignity of the raiik of a Field Marslial to To take a place at the hands of his Majesty would be proving him guilty of die nrst if he voted against him went in tLesmorxh stream of his it be injtistice to his and his conscience he therefore begged diat his MAJUSTY would allow him to enjoy a state of These royal proving Lord began to assure that the had ordered him a thousand which he hoped ho would be pleased to till he could bring his to accept something and more At MAHVELL renewed his usual iniikj and my good you do not mean to treat me by diess inumiicsnt which seem to interpret a po verty on my my Lord do these apartments wear in the least the air of need And as for that is plentiful and which you shall Lave from die mouth cf die ivliat had I for dinner attention to humanity and clcanhtessis and will be Kpileptic and 1 ypochomimc parients are actommo diitcd in the separate from the Licenced Perfect may bq consulted at the Angel Ix hind Clements in tile where he altrods the first Monday and Tuesday in every from the hours of iu ocloek in rill three oclock in the aftrr CROYDON aud Excellent By the and modern FURNITURE of H including a handsome i chaise a r chiirs with morocco rosewood sdfe and convex large JZT6 and beoHers of arddespf utility r valuable including the of the works of Ratcliff Valuable Leasehold by at Kk DWELLING and iwo thrcorger Eatt rpai o jwr On Monday die navigation of this from the Thames to the town cf The Proprietors assembled to celebrate BO interesting an They met about five miles from and there em barked in one of the Companys which was handsomely decorated with At the moment of this barge moving an excellent band played God save the te of 21 guns was Ths Pro prietors barge then followed by a many other barges some of them widi others with The zeal and exultation of die Traders would not let them suffer their loaded as they to se destitute of decoration accordingly diey all loisted flags and and whatever could restify their joy that their speculations of a pn itable were now After passing erected at Ponge by by means cf which the towns cf trad a considerable part of are accommodated with and all articles of at a greatly re duced rate of the gay fleet of barges entered Ponge The Canal passes through liis forest in a part of it so that it af brds die most ctrrnprehend ng and several beautiful scattered villages and Shooters Addington liaustead and numerous other pic turesque objects in tie coundes of Rent and The Proprietors found dieir calculations of profit irresistibly interrupted by these Vich prospects breaking upon from by openings among the trees and as they passed along dicy were deprived of diis grand scenery only by another and no lessgratification tfrat of finding themselves gliding through the deepest recesses the where nodimg met the eyfe but the elegant windings of the clear arid still its borders adorned by xprofusion of of the beauty by the tmts The inhabitants of Croydon niej this procession some miles fifoin their and haijed it with loud vVben the Proprietors tbewsihat Croydbn they taw it zealous Smidi thanked die Proprietors for the confidence diey hud placed in and politely ascribed the success of his tu licit cordial The health of John wa given By tbe vfho stated the benefitsthe concernhad from l3rtcL woods Brick wood as sured die diat it wouid always bs his earnestwish and endeavour to promote die inte rests of the CanaL It having been stated to the diat cir cumstances are now iavourable ftr tlfj extension of the Croydon Canal to and the prodigious advantages ofsuch a both as aflccting publiccommerce and the commercm arid improvements of the counties through which it will being universally ac the following feast wasaccompaniec by the most lively acclamations The XJhJoff of the River Thames and the English Chan nel through tto Oroydou After several other appropriate and patriotic the days entertainment concluded with1 the greatest Iwnnony And it is a most agieeuble circumstance to not widis uinding die vast concoktnse of jieople crowU irtg die banks the icy ut and odier dangerous die enjoyment of the wai tininterrupted any misfortune or FRENCH AND DUTCH Letters from Vienna that die Austrian Connt Bubna and Baron were present at die review of the Imperial held on die 5th According to letters from the Duke of the Dukes of Triau and Rovigor and several other who are trxattend his Imperial Majesty on his approaching are preparing evtfry tiling foe their It is generally supposed that his Imperial Majesty was to leave Vienna on th6 12th mstaptj for Parifc The last intelligence from place is of the 9th at time die Emperor still continued at Schoenbruniiu His Excellency Home and Generals Bertyaftdand AidesdeCamp of the SmpetWv have arrived ia is appointed Governor of Moscow 1 General fielojicourt is appointed Lieute Our itrrny in Moldavia has again famed some signal ovtr the of whicJi we expect die The Russian army which besieging Isrnai consists 01 The Turkish gar which is makes the most vigor ous An army of covers the siege against that of which has advanced to ijilLstria while another corps is proceeding along thecoast of the Black Sea upcu It is probabie the two armies will not be long before they come to an Her Royal PrussLm Majesty was on the 4th safely delivered of a in CkU day A dcryou r of And And ny Lord f shall have tiie sweet and vhen makes hcnourable mention of my cook and I his MAJESTY will be too tender future to iittempt to bribe a man with golden npples wh lives well on the viands of iiinative country Lord Trea unable to stand wididrew with smiloi and sent to his bookseller ior die loan cf one THE AN13REW The celebrated ASDBEW who was Member in several Parliaments for Kingstonupon considered it as his bounden from thenierment of his to transmitan ac count of all the proceedings in die House of Commons to Jiis and so attentive was lie in his political that each letter contained a minute narrative of Parliamen tary a practice which could not fail to more especially at a period when tlio proceedings of the House wera not given with the copiousness or accuracy diat at distinguish The following dated May gratify die curiosity of some readers In3ecircva5 liusy upon the commitment of the Bill for buying and selling of The Commjtteev after long wus ordsred to continue tie reno spect to all had been sold since June The House seems to have this business much at We which is usual wfth till six at night ordcring Jt a clause to be entered against the bujing and selling of ho A Committee is also inspectlcg all illegal and grievances to the OA November the he writes as Three or foure days of this week have taken up in In our z waiter of bribery to of Mtmbers when in the foirrcr after the prohibiaon uf all French our House wai prevailed to petition the King to suSer a great quantity of j Frtnch wines to be upon pretence thit the persons concerned had given orders for those wines before the proui a The greatest fault herein hath been fixt upon John he who txlongid to the eld Ttre loose yesterday that having received five finndred the Frenth haj committed an offence A GLASGOW TO THE letters from Caithness respecting dre wliich have lately appeared in pub lic excited considerable Glasgow Phiiofophical by dieir Se wrote to ihe ter cf to authenticity of these The pnljts answer in due ed by I JAMES Societys terms of your and the Philosophical Societys ra 1 have to inform that my daughter wrote a letter to Downger of concerning Uie phenomenon sefU near this merely for private informa thtsmallest of any other rise to made of Bu having excited Sir John Sinclairs he obtained a copy of this and it that by one of his it its way to the English Though I nevrr saw the either originally or in the pa i havv gorxl reason to suppose it is a genuine docc reritrd to the 1 hare only to tliat maids and a boy at the time down among the it the crie of chu boy thut made it first It aon farther out in the and ul Umatcly aftevhaving ratcn its course A conrder able way ihe the and wafted on until thty lost of coming up The school master of 1 hurts 1Her ualso h man whose veracity is not calltc iu 1 am Your most hniubie DAVID Ottober he in a WESTMINSTER o tbe ditbonour of thU and contrary to his daty is a thereof and afterwardi they that he be ex lndcd the House and a writ for ejecting a new Member in Tbe following passage of a dated Aprtl is curious on more than one account jfc hawev ai we out that pan of OK BiU wherein yre provided men of trading In mercbaiaUze ft in Ul when and wie prizes in He VKB last Membetvpaid his consmu for Parliamentary attendance ami perfiaps their i w COVENTGARD2N The Sessions of Feace for tire City and Li berties of commenced yesterday the Grand Juryiad been jsworn MAIXWARING them on die sub ject of die present disturbances at die Theatre He that in the discharge cf the important duty to which diey were it had become his province to mike some observaiions upon a subject which had occupied di public and which for irs and the mischievous consequences diat resulted from was of considerable im portance to the community at aad to the particular individuals interested It was a matter cf public that since the open ing of the New disturbances of the public peace had A large body of persons had met atthe and declaredy that unless die Proprietorsand Managers would agree to take die same prices which diey had usually taken prior to die re building of the they would not permit the pencrrmers to go on at they had declared what was tantamount to that they would not suffer the performers be The most violent outrages had in consequence and a large body of the audi who went to theatre for had been kept in a state of constant alarm and This or claim of tjjey called it but for his knew not where such right they insisted were at liberty to It had been sal that the audience of a theatre had the ri expreKmg their disapprobation that
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