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   Day (Newspaper) - November 1, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT NOVEMBER PRICE SIXPENCE HALFPENNY T BANK c1 f the and n f P i irit ic cu WfiniSdny in remtunicr of m i if drcLirl tmi M r C rcjfn tf hit no r I ritc at tinsaid cclifiir ininihx jwsetsfd in M or shall have an SALES BY HEul II BILL EXCII KILLS tinted in tltt Y 1M bfjiaiii Tit LaHi Com M liarinz directions the E 1 mi attendance vil le friirn dnily and 1 fmni tfn ijir nf fur tn mrlinv nf rfCfie tht bcarer clock in the f rfCfie tht bcarert nn separate nf ench i V numbers niinifriinl ae Hittf and rtfintc mf cud interest dic rjmputed ic dmii cm uhiek they are jh T interest irill bring kaldrrs are tldjsfieii i SX their rsunl mi nt tfif botiffm of rich inft nrf morrpfVT to attend tlc and to receive the ririu EiUt should he and fo tliry bf if tlir on which tltfti irish to lir and r rrnmrnaluni one dciif rv be desiriiix of hanng trcAiywer u in luirt jiaynirnt of upon marking nnttjninv thr amount at the bottom of their the of may be u ncui carrying an rnterst u1 on every mm hundred which Vr 24rt day of k diliifred m the 27ti of iiriier Bittt dnlf d prior tn nnd Af interest thereon has S VINT ANNS Special General Court of this Society will d in the Vestry Room of Saint Anns on Monday Evening at HV to take into consideration the conduct the Country and other JAMES VAUXHALL i f NUEDHAM begs leave to remind his i IK d have purchased of him in the that rhe 3d c1 i tho firt Call of five jer and that i u v Li be jiecible to Act ihat H in within six rules if the k fora v with a and u and coiivenirncc lor crccdng to I Great Bloomsbury or at fail on a compact weljbuilt L and with a food wcD suited for riuy retail to Shoe V r i r EADYFUKNTISHED CHAMBERS to be in The above Tints comprise fwn sittingroom on the first a and o bedrooms on the second and one with convenient offices on the basement Hie Furniture and Fixtures to be taken at a fair va and immediate possession be The sltua admirably adapted fora Gentleman of habits no professional or mercantile business will be permitted c Thr rent and tithes par free i il ohrr No person need apply who if of the d Further Particulars may be obtained at ortlis Lodge in London fi be on BUILDING he Company of at a Ge f iurly to be held at Ironmongers Fen on tho SSth of November at a Urge Piece of for the ion nf a new to contain CO of the third with Ironmongerrow and OldStreet Old for MKing such ii dirinrt of not less than houses in a clear of all except the property will he received at the Clerks on or before Sa tilath between the hours and r the Pbn und Particulars may he is ENGRAVED MAP OF THE AtlNOR OJ TJ U published on he First Day of Price Three By EDWARD A Complete MAP of the MANOR of LAM from actual order tf lie under an Act of Incldsure i Lc 1806 neatly engraved and on Fhre I Sheets of the Paper with a complete re ct of ibove 2000 distinguishing by a number re ffrmg to body of the plan every of each the exact Together with all the and alio t several Parcels ol Land which have been Sold under ti Thr whole Map comprises a district which extends Km Westminster Bridpe to the Southern part of Norwood artioining the parish of being a distance o ieven milts in including a great part of fCenaingtont Hearne and Denmark and The above Map will contain a complete of fvry persons Estate wiihin the said distinguishing tr tWhold from the anJ may be had by appli cation at the Office of Surveyors and Kent D FAMILY be SOJJ tv PRIVATE by a spacious I LCiANT the centre house on the Wcst cil JiAIlIlCUf J j cl and other conveniences the two handsome lofty of di communicating by ana 6st style of windowsto square opening the whole length ef ijie a neat antiroom comprises capital fan and Otntfemans and in the is V6ry requisite domewic detached over iKads is a dxsrall K TI s room an d eiegint and nubionable Homehold to bi taken by the vicwedby vr ith may be kad Prime Assemblage of Unredfcmcd EffectsBy at their Spacious CovemGar TTiis and following at A Prime Assemblage of FORFEITED comprising capital and metil modem diamond and guns and a quantity of japer fine Irish black and white peliuei and iOk and cotton table and bed ladies and gentlemens wearing in prime con and various other dio sliuil hace Most desirable and valuable Leasehold Shop and in one of the very best situations in London for with an extensive assortment of very elegant Register and other very capital Kitchen up with Tea a Coffeo with 5variety of Household and othirr THOMPSON and on corner of Suckvillcstrect order of die THE genuine and extensive STOCK in TRADE of Mr George Stovo and Range a Bankrupt comprising an elegant ment of register and other kitchen with tin tea ajid coffee cut sted knives and a and other with about 50 Ion of useful Household all of which is sorted hi srnaH for the accom modation of private familiesIn the first dayt at two oclock w ill be sold the beneficial Lease of the A Patent forge Pair of with curious on tlie the end of Pinners nearly opposite at THE FURNITURE consists of burpost and other clean car By W on the Catcaton and following at by order of tho Assignees of Matthew a STOCK in A consisting ef 150 pieces of prime Weit Country and and other coloured wool dyed ditto Ladies pelisse 60 pieces of prime Yorkshire broad and narrow SO pieces of patent and other effects ware house an iron mahogany countinghouse and utensils in To Itnen on the Pre and following at by order of the Assignees of a THE ENTIRE STOCK in con sisting of Irish homebleached long French a large quantity of French bordered diaper and damask tablecloths and jaconet sprnf musjrn and elepant printed cottons and cambrics quiln and silk andcorcvn ind a great variety of otier ar lotted fnr and private Lease to be Valuable atfcis and following AN and dhersified collection of UNREDEEMED ccwjrt ing of capital gjld excellent silver and rmti gold hrilliant and other and sundry 1000 ounces of valuable ridi mub printed and plain superfine woollen Irish slutting and table and ladvs and gentlemens bed bedj and numerous other at at by oftter of ONE Thousand Three Hundred Thirtythree Pounds Sir and Three prr ContolldaKd Bank standing in the name of exe cutors under and receivable on the death ot a 60 years of age in July By at at in Two A LEASEHOLD with BAKEHOUSE and eligibly situate near the centre of in the occupation of tenant at and held for an unexpircd term of 16 at a low A Lease for seven at a low of a substantial Brick in Little Busby Bethnal By at at in 9 LEASES for 21 at low of TALLOW CHANDLERS and BUTCHERS SHOPS and the following Brick Dwelling with cellars and Brick cor ner of with the adjoining 2i and in Thomas with five adjoining Houses ii James and Hare and Edward and Street and in Brick with and Great Bacpn CATTLE LIEE INSURANCE Instituted XnjOOOL West THE Directors beg leave to inform die that the Office for transacting the general business of the Company is now where printed contain ing the Premiums and Conditions of will de livered to such persons as apply for The capita of the Company Udivided into shares of fifty pounds proprie tors of which will have a vote at the general conns for every five they may hold but no proprietor will be entitled to more khan ten Ten per en each share is to be paid when called for by the and no more will be respired unless found absolutely Aepttcatiuns have been very numerous from all parts of the but the many consideration requisite to this un have prevented the Directors from giving answers to erery applicant arrangements give leplics speedilv as There are yet vacancies tor agents which country stewards of noblemen and aad farmers of will be preferred no person can be ap pointed an unless he hold fire shares at and give security to tne asWeHal person in Some shares ftr gen owners and of cattlti and who may be disposed to countenance this By cajtsing their live be insured by the A deposit of two per only been called for on each paid to Mansion or Messri IJajnmersleys and Pall Bankers to the if will be appointed honorary Directors in their The Directors that applications made to them by be addressed at their and November FROM THE LONDON OCT31 The King pleased W grant to Joseph the place or office of Professor of in the Uftiversify of in the rpdmof Doctor French FORHON The King has been pleased to approve of Don Antonio Fernandez de Umitia to be Consul for his Catholic at Royal Regiment of MajorGencral Robert Donglij to be vice deceased John Burton to be vice Doughs Major Riclrard Unett to be vice Burton Captain EdwarJ Worsicy to be vice Unett Captain John Robrson to be Captain of a vice Worslcy First Lieutenant Walter Smith to be Second vice deceased Second Lieutenant George Rowland to vice Smith Second Lieutenant bamuel Pherps to be First vice Cprps of Royal Oentlcmaa Cadet Charles EPrince to be vice of Royal Felii de to be Second Corps of the Kings German First Lieutenant Chana Wrfdund to be Second Captain Second Lieutenant William MuUer to be First Lieutenant vice BANRRtrpTCY George of from 31 to Deconftcr at Thomas Daniel Thomas ul BrtttoL John hte Of George in the dialer to surrendrr aixl December at son and William lite of dcakr and and December at at Solomon of and at st Joseph of dealer and and at at Philip of and at at Cle mentsInru Charles Samuel of dealer and at and at at OuildhaJL BillJter Rohen of floorclotli deal er and at at and at at and George Hoffendea and Thomas of Baslnghalt dealers and and Saint John James of Great LincomsInn and at at Good WilHam of dealer add at at Saint George of medi dealer and and at at GuiWhilL yiiarton of dealer and and at at hy all who Oa die oppoI and the Irrtendant Don LuisMnria de Sa ske side of the at the village ot both of them Ministers of the Council of Miss Short was not less her by manifesting the firmness with which bounty she had abundance of gnoj Krvlkh they have refused to give the smallest token of ac such as roast dressed at arid obedience to die Usurper and tablci spread on the nutwitlistanduig the artifices employed tended die joyous assemblage of the whole 1 by his Ministers to entrap the instead of example of at all j candour and frankness which mark die pro be The hour of midnight nvixt the 2ki and men of noble and generous sentr It be improper to pass over in i silence the loyalty and patriotism of these two was scarcely when the inhabitants of j nr to conceal the sort of instruments this Borough were of it by inJ sure which ILpretender employs to conupt the good in full chorus tang through die The above At dawn of day tlie bells rang heir to the that they may know the peal am soon the streets were rilled with cheer extent to whLh those who were formerly our ful fill in their gayest The with the Lodge of at tended divine when an excellent sermon for the occasion was preached by the i and Coronation Anthem was sung by i a full After service the whole tion hastened to in temporary the poorer inhabitants to the inj by tlic body of number ot JJOO and sat down to art troop his hoo had Id conidc excellent provided for them by the sub tu scriptions of their richer A com1 hod v of troops under the orders of mittee of who lud undertaken the General is no other than the division 1 management of die The din by and which con being his Majestys health was oi tour cnc of VVnrtz with three times bv whole the of and a squadion of Italian Queen and Royal Family and a mere The French employ the troops of their pi ing scene was never The difTeiem i ilhes those operations which are attended with Gentlemen of the and of the army and the greatest diilicuky and danger and it navy dmed together itt die Sun in the various raita upon we About 200 sat at to a most never round a Frenchman among the fcr sumptuous Lord French troops arc a p ivileged In the prc nor of die We need scarcely cess of should NapeIcon succeed in his pro Fhe carry their nv i in KDITIJU OF THE MILITARY OF UPON ACCOUNT OF T7fE THE REDACTION OF iy yojr will be to Henry of at ele at tne Gtobe 7j James Hrde and John of at at George Thomas ef Great Warper at ai Thomat Dickiej of at twelve at Rtcliard of millrrj at at the Straffords Arnu Michael of nt at the Greyhound Jere raiali of at GuilJ Lewis of at at Jo seph of at at George Charles Stuarvof Woha of Cornemis of Elizabeth of mas of of High of Upper of Oxford of PAR INERSHIPS and of South Edwards and Ed of Pavis and late of the and of Cooper and of Hinchliffe and of York Bishop and John ef Kirton in Barlow of Brmfcsway Cooper and of of po and Rid bf mannfacturers of lead Pemberton and George of and Brooke of wholesale and The auspicious comnnencement of 50th year of his Majestys reign was ushered in exactly as the clock struck by the Southampton with a most excellent touch of grandslre 686 composed of 49 treble being the number of years his Majesty had At eight ten beroretthe were fifed five as an announcement of his Majestys 50th acces sion to Immediately after which die bells rang an admirabletouch of 700 changes of grandsire composed of 50 treble being the number of years of the Much praise was due to the ringers and indeed they were complimented by all the lovers of the The whole festivity mani feited loyalty and The flags were dis played on tie usual places the volunteets mus tered and went to church die different places of public worship were wejl and appro priate discourses excellent feu de joies were fired by the Volunteers after ser drawn up before the where the Magistrates were Bread was given to die poor the previous and continues till the subscriptions are saddler j and pther opulent their journeymen to witi plenty of sjiitable But the most remarkable treat wasgivenby R and in distributejft Id ad itnth good strong from a in a large Sdme fireworks Concluded the even and no injury of complaint At a large fat the gift of Drum was roasted and given to the villagers of wjdi plenty pf and eight which made them cneeffu commemonubn we shall rhiJ the conscription made in not to raiie but to supply and to the troops of other For thisit is termed die Great Captain and the Officers and Gfiriej men of the Isle cf Wight Yeomanry This important obtained the dined at the Ilin and Other at tliC i difficulties of the and the obstinacy of an different When the day shut the prin dint The was drank with enthu siasm tint many other loyal and constitutional toasts were and that die utmoii convivia lity and good humour prevailed lo a cipal houses in the town were The whole town appeared brilliant and handsome dll die spectator reached Sir Wordcy when all was wonder and admiration at this ap parently fairy The Mayor released all die prisoners in confinement on trivial charges through the benevolence of the Corpora those in gaol for small debts and we be lieve dm there was not a heart which did not beat with joy diroughout die whole nay as there was not a parish or place in which die poor were not relieved in some way or On die 26th Sir Worsley Holmes en tertained die Corporation of Newport and a lect party of friends at Sud ia die even ing therq was a ball tit die Sun which was attended by all the beauty and fashion in the A Committee was consisting of and Le to arrange respecting die tickers for the ball and supper to each genilemun two ladies one guinea the overplos to be appropriated to charitable The ballroom was brilliantly illumi whose blindness is almost assures that in eight or tra day at the rest of the place will be com puted to Verdier seems at a how to lessen the merits of tho incomparable heiies if As he deny their he daily he v into the obsti nacy of whose blindness is As to the latter charge there can be no doubt for those brnve combatants are blind to that danger which they disregard and this blindnrft is deplorable for die French since it has nut only kept them a long time in a state of inacti but has occasioned diem much having froduced to men the force of which they had at die commencement of tr In this short spice of time Gerona will have surren r Verdier thinks it next to a r er that eight or ten days at the most will be safficient for the reduction of and pn dicts its surrender within that short I General Verdier is not a better officer than he is a we must entertain a very poor opinion of his According to his Gerona should have surrendered on or before the nated with and variegated 22d of August but we know that it continued lamps dancing commenced at ten oclock supj to defend itself with glory on the 22d of Sep per served up at all the French The company continued two hours j The fort of formerly one of the strongest in the and then resumed wost situated in and continued till five oclock in the There were 300 at die ball and At the Fair and General Verdier either you do not speak or the Inspector General a sermon was preached by the Sir of is a very stupid John for charitable purposes a collection I You talk of Monjuich in a strain which makes it was amounting to 100L at the I a place of great importance whereas his Excel in the Guns fired upon the 50 j Seignior Jo we not exactly There were dinners nt principal j know what tide he ha said it was only a paltry inns in Margate also a dinner was given by subi How is this Perhaps we knew scriplion at rheRoyal to the Charity Chil the reason Seignior Marescot had not been em about The following were among i pioycd in the siege of General Du die company present at the bill could have given him some information en Sir Horace and Lord that Edward arid Lady Lord and Lady induced the to abandon it to and to Sir John Ladv Misse withdraw into the without its possible for us to and Sawkins Miss Miss Misses and and Misses Capsain and and Miss and j ting that out of must you not con could die castle avoid surrender when Seignior de la Planta took into his head to summon Gerona Have you good that whst it costs us to drive you from our is all cleat gain on your side put Miss and Miss and most of die neighbouring Gentry in the Isle of Too much praise cannot be given to Kidman for the which consisted of every delicacy of the Saw and Le actec as stewards on the A subscription has been opened at die Townhall by our worthy to raise a fund for supplying the poor during the winter with coals at half the regular price a great sum has already been SPANISH j In the correspondence of the intercepted at various times by our light have been found two written by Don Jose Justo late Lieutenant General in the Royal j e i I Oenerab ITV fess that you have badly ccnducted the atta upon and that you have left off where you should have begun I It you are not more on your guard with respect to you will have to pay for The Emperor pardons hut not Let General Dupont tell you how this matter This b the first time that so difficult and dangerous an operation has been performed In the course lart fifteen years of is already that GaSta did not cost you so Seignior Verdier un doubtedly have accustomed to take in the mode drat is practised among civilized tions that in die way that and were But we Spa niards are such an ignorant that we do not we d d places ml from a an to the Marine Minister of the Don Jose de in his absence frorrr Ma The dated tie 25th M Ihave this day taken the oaths as Lieutenant As to Espinosa and I know not what they will for they have manifested 1 T 1 111 much daced oath of I am extremely sorry that my example nor persuasion have been able to make nd the former having the com the latter of the nave di rected tail operation with all pojuble and These Gencralsseem to be as capable of directing a as their Emperor is ot regu latin a The errors they have i but I conceive they will be inj comrnitted are innumerable so much that by OFarrills last to takeasimple j we knew they were Generals who directed the 2d of be lhe we conceived that department was con fided to two striplings just come from die Poiy technic any impression on the Salazar or Espi so as to bring diem fo take die which has been required of all of both as Ministers n oettmsr and as military OFarrill contributed the farmers will be bu TT i i seed or out tneir PC bis mflnence and persuasion Halenhas mado every exettion that might be from of short The quantity of fine itef this year jn   

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