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Day (Newspaper) - November 3, 1809, London, Middlesex rvi KV MORMNO AT SIX OCLOCK NOVEMBER A I Wholesale to rises twn and Mark Towrr jood Invfl count iinxin Jrprli 1 feet on arched ol to J nhclc hrk lor mi Ujv ii a rim SOCIETY for ihe DISCHARGE and RELIEF of PER SONS UMPRliOXEDfor SMALL s STR ITiE impressed with sentiments of thv hijhrtf frcl it incumbect on them thns I pihiicly to ledge the receipt of a Berefactiqif of i from his Majorys privair on 25th of last the Belief of Persons Imprisoncifor Small Debts in and on theoccasiun of liik Majoty entering the 3uth yeir ol by order of the uid biiiirtpsjate the and with of any Plicp Tic jnuiim coramaiuling the on i of ni the i nn ckgant and truly Hf TsF nj situ tiui in the M tro r nqnunr cx il tasti aucl tht1 ij an trade in JUBILEE IN IVtjrus OM Weurhig Ap Choice and This and ce oi spring table bronzed carvinfs in a a human a book of ina Indian senen ni old ladies houjthold am X r f at without REVERSION Bank certain auen ajd or East i n K or Portsmouth and uk a Si JAKES in each of the above 1 C to rnf A in To n Hiiililr Navi aci Peak CuruK local Canal Vaux rioti rirc OiSce 1 Wilts and Grand z Canal a Canal a Jirto o a Thxmes and Kevem Mcirt 1 Iwcity Shares the Tire i a in Propritors of Circulating Al ilx OCK n by oruir of the of John Richards Book Hitchen of N rbe whole of which ui Aittmut for the benefit of the Credi is to M bad it the place of Sale Crosi and of EfV Professional aud House I or Exchany 1 LT any i flA iK rLspectfully that MONDAY to be Continued r limos NTanchestrr vtlvirtisjiients are received by vand Oxford U cor of whom the Directory and o all Booksellers throughoul the United CHAMBERS to be abjve tic two littinjrooms on the first a o bidrooms jn the second and one i convenient offices on the re anil Fixture u he taken at a fair The situa 1 of studious habits Th rent aid 63L par Iror need apply who is net oSthr 1 further 1 artkuUis may be obtained at in London VVulL poiscsioii fun he rblv fora GerWltmanof stu tile business will be permittid Ll 1O BUILDING The following is an imperfect sketch of the Earl cf Moirai eloquent and impressive Address to the Lord after laying the fbuhdarlcm stone ol George on Wednesday last MY LORD ordinary e Masons are and wisely by the ha bits and rulas of our from in thai to any public or pirt iu any transaction which has a polid cu That prohibition considered by us as a assurance to our fellowcitizens against abuse of intiaence from a numerous associated by ties not undersTood beyond our own assembling for purposes not ei and covering OUT procedures widi anxi ous to fejicitate on die by calling us forth to discharge the publicand proper fwiction of our have thus given us an opportunity of testifying die ardour of our towards die best of wnh out our obtruding onrselves in a manner inconsis tent widi our In common with your Lordship and tlte rest of our we have experfenced die benignity of his Majesrys rdjn in common with we have individu ally exulttd in the extension of those arts and sci ences sti scdtflously encouraged by the fosterlrtg patronage of George the Third sciences not conHned to die closet of die but giving a just direction to the active Industry of all which has caused the wealth this country to at tain a pitch unexampled in History above we have glowed with the conscious pYide of that manly defiance of every on die favour of heaven towards our pious Sove has been exhibited by this amid the of surrounding This we have folt as men and As we have further to boast a special Wheji mis chievous combinations on die borrow ing and prostituting the respectable name of Ma had sown disaffection and sedition through the communities within which they were pro and thereby called on die vigilance of the British Government to forbid particular confede a flattering exempted i the Freemasons from die scope1 On dia sole pledge of mir on tlc smiplv security of our good faith as diere manifested a gcrieroui trust in our ancienp Widi a just sense ot tliis magnanimous snperadded to die other motives which this day call forth effusions of gra titude from every individual in united king we as a offer up our hum ble thanksgivingto the for the ex tended term which the reign of the King has al ready reached devoutly imploring the Divine ofall to grant further a a yefy long and earnestly pray ingthat every hour of that period may be marked by die fond attachment of an unanimous Ifany consideration may be admitted as add ing to the happiness which we in being thus enabled to express our suitable homage to our it is die testifying at the same time our respect for the City of That city has claims on die warjn gratitude of us and on mine die foremost and we rrjoice peculiarly in our tribute to when it is so adequately represented on diis occasion by the dignified Chief Magistrate and his whom I have now the honour to In die name of die I sincerely that your Lordship may enjoy many years of of and of happyreflection on the promi nent situation which you have held on this me morable To which the Lord Provost made the following reply Most Worshipful and Right Honourable Grand must afford gratifying sensa tions to every friend and weJlwisher of to observe the growing prosperity of the port of notwithstanding the obstacles and decrees that our nrreterate enemy issues for the purpose of injuring die commercial interests of Great Bri Owing to the spirited and enterprising ci mions of our and particularly those of the port of its accommodation Las be come too limited for its trade it been upon part of the Corporation of the City to enlarge the docks and the foundationstoriej which your Lordship has now it not only intended to be a conti may rule over nsfor many years to is mt most fervent prayer and earnest To Most and Right Ho nourable Grand to the EKUPTION OF The following Cop v of a Letter from a 1 Officer in gives a more ir and I beg leave to return my of the last Eruption of Mount Etna unfeigned and sincere thanks for your attendance where met upon this also the thanks of my col Apr the Magistrates and and to ex On the morning of the 27h of press a wish that this so happily seven adnccs of cniriin of may be carried on without and were conveyed b prove beneficial to the commercial interests of the PRICE SIXPENCE and eighty paces in While it moved torward in a loose stones and l resistance the streiun j in a continual succession from the holifo its rough sloping iijes aJTancing main the and iiktirlu trcops skirmishing on the ot army marching in solid tin a cloud of black ashos inm which is fifty miles in a These borne on a hard il et into die town in such that srv cart loads might have btLn collected At day union flag was hoisted at streets and They rcsemblrd the and a royal salute guns was j powder so much that an The wire also hoisted at thel in the called and turf The and die wind has forced open the magazine doors other public buildings and by all the vessels iu and heres all the powder bloving the the docks and At the same time the bells of the drurches began toring merry Soon after At eij guns was i Cumherlartd an awfu bellowing and ht o a salute ot horizontal shakingor the mountain excited ired atuic ciudeL Ihe Royal alarm among the ni cjuarters at In I like a co cult part ff hv diitely Just after i cct ulca I dc sivir which any thing yet it ajipears no diffi se nothing of the fluid anyl somewhat it be liquid irrunc tlxrhiu crusted from I should think it a the rato of f half way down where whole when a mile and so gradually dc to die most advanced was a tew hundred vards a a hulr an hou in where its 10 was also drawn and fired thrse iu honour of die Several public breakfasts were given the town and tween nine and ten the md the Members of the different Benefit Societies began to assemble in the front ol the Mansion The corps of Royal manded by Colonel formed in SalthouseUuie and the NonCorrmis sioned Officers of die 4di East York Local Mi the iwiment Royal Cumberland assembledn Uie scrothsside of tiie towards in readiness to join die pro At ten oclock the procession moved from tW heDock paraded yvhitefriarga up the to the HoJy Trinity vrnich it reachid about one hour alter scttmg Thfi precession the whole length of and t J ants of its Uncertain when the calamity might vCW cf the eruption ana stream many darted their This shock lava trulv Ineroco was immediately succeeded by a furious of ashes from the ich formed The sendee ended about clock j the dif ferent bcdies again fbrtacd order and pro Company of at i Co to held it Ironmongers I the 28th of November at k a brgc Piece of for the u a to cuuciiu 6O of the third jinivinicuic with Ironnioilgorrow and Old Strcet Old for tiking such cf not less thjn two houses in a of all except the property nuation of the great plan originally designed by that able John bat also to be the commencemtnt of those military jvorks ori finally suggested by TOUT when resi eht among out of gratitude to our revered and beloved now entering into die 50th vear of his whose valuable 01 ail CAUCpl LUC at the Clerks xn or before Saj God the corporation ot tne Wty ot between the houn of ten and PUn nnd nay be tiae IjQiitil ii nJetnui be SOLD or A j REEJilLLl called the Five Hun in ihe parish of near Ctut fegrrherwith six and a hilf icres of mi in the poriih of in the jf uan ic a very low vrhose ctpirc a compact Free c of eight of shuate at Dod niii the Sixtccnloot about half a mile from coiicaJBiiig about 171 In tte of wlioic urm wUl expire at at a very Proposals for purchasing ttaybt and where plans of the Farm ruay be name King George the HIcFc Mir litiry May die success of our undaunted sailors and brave soldiers long keep our enenyes from our shores if they dare to approach this may these military manned with British not only but drirc tie enemies of our country from our To me it affords much pleasure to that die military character who suggested the idea of military works for the defence of these should be the same who has oa this memo rable day laid die foundation of May your Lordships life be lone and may this underAlrnighty be not only crowned with but transmit to yet unborn tie events of this That tmr most gracious who has j ceeded up yftigre they marched round the statue of Krae wiiich had been previously decorae5 iviljrmasbriic The procession and to the wliither having escojted the Mayor and different bodies separated the to their respective and die Free Masons retired to their The company at the in pum ber about sat down to dinner at nve The Mayer was in the Anekgant trans parencyof a Crown the letters and the figures 150 underneath the was displayed ower the door just behind the Mayor opposite to him a buron oi lLrl was over which a blue flagwas wtdi the words God save die and de Bearer was stationed ioaia Beefeaters as Grand As as die dinnerwas grtce was by tie musical the company standing The Mayor then gave The which was drank widi three tiinps and immedi ately a detachment of die Royal sta tioned upon the Myron fired sa lute of 50 answering tfie 50dar anniver sary which die company was then assembled to God save was dien sung by and die wirolc company joining in The Prince of was dien given by the snwas accorifriapiecr with a roval salute of 21 The toast was The Queen andKoyal with anxnher royal 1ite of 21 The succeeding toasf The which was followed by f Rule Britan nia die company joining in full The May diis be the day of joy and gra tkude throughout die May tie People emulate the virtues of the and may his latter days be blest with peace and When order in tAis land The ViceLieutenant of the East Colonel whp returned ral Heweill aud the by the M General in his own and of die gar pson he had the honour to returned die company his best The General then gave The Mayor and Corporation of The Mayor returned thanks for himself and bre He dien I beg leave to to you the healdi of a Gentleman whom I see and who I think lias done jiis town a high honour by his presence on diis occa one of our Staniforth then rose and addressed die company in the following Gen I return you my best tljanka for die ho nour you have done I congratulate you at die same ume on event which has occasioned our assembling Iu any period of his tory it is singular to find a Sovereign who has sat upon the dirone for half a century but in tiesfe times of turbulence and a Mo narch should see to live to see 50 years pass during which he has swayed the is still more The singularity of such an event can only be equalled by the pride which every EngHshman must thar George the Third should be this and the people of England the people whom he has The benefits which result to crur country frorn this I am convinced cannot be too greatly They cai be adequately only by Englishmen and we mustmake it our con stant endeavour to preserve This speech received great immense and covered an am ing of So violent was the in of the a vast the mnny miles to windward of die spot i fromwhence they On the evening of the same an eruptiorv of lava took at a short ilUtance femll grc whose terrible stream Sowed down the mountain about three and then into This volcano soon ceased and another broke out next with greater cnitted troni die displaved flames an the adacerC hills oid vallc covered y a showtrcf they ior a time beautifully spangled with whose silver as well as the burning formed a no less admir to the flames of the thanXid the of die birds to die bellowing cf 1 the The lava was fancied streaked black and presenting a hortid contrast to the surrounding the rocky it rolled a cata ract of lire there it displayed floating i crowned widi imagined Trees were fury than die abcut hve miles lower scen as jf growing from the whose parched at a place exiled Monte The oue displayed three vast columns of flame and and its lava in a few across the woody to the distance of three or four Hitherto we have heard of nu guide bold enough the curious traveller as far as either of these because of the vast and deceitfql heaps of snow and ashes scat tered about upper regions of the mouii branches and burning trunks exhibited the ideil of desolation in all its The country Pie uid other places on side of die lies covtred widi three or four inches in Though some lands have suffered by been by and the whole island is fived from tiie dread of earthquakes for seme tmie to Thus taifl nor has any I as yet so rash as tr ascend higher than die oils which broke Out two hours after the fivst about twtivj miks bekrw Monte nnd eiglrt west oi Liugua a town on tie northeast near the foot of This ernptionlia a rowof within a srvxce of about nvo I for a long every proposal oFdie with the an irregular British Oaicers for removirg his Nov rind All paniul evils universal Except the inhabitants little concciTi or curiosity was expressed by the Sici Even tli Baron whose house was so much in with superstitious irg his he always Let it be as God wills At length seifinterest and alflne But when the lava had arrived within 200 yards of rhi deserted irruption to the great joy of the who attributed thismtr cy to die merits and interference ot Uieir Patron whose images weredaly brought fnmi Cas fa distance of tlrric miles in during dre progress of this and whileniass was amidst die a wretched a few yards in froii of the slowly advancing procession was com posed of the miserable ragged of and all crying and beating their tearing their aiid flogging their backs in pen whils their pnifsti were calling on all tlieir Saints to them Oa their way to the they stopped at the Barons from the balcony of which the thief with die most violent gestures of delivered a short in which lie told showers of rising and were eruption was a judgment upon their and running in a northeast from the top of die Fromrite dark bosom of awood of tall firs and huge spread over swep craggy hills and close twelve or nvfci and the rest a inter with a noise like a tremendous ctcrus of several thousand and sky discharging flames and showers of burn ing rocks of various forms and yards in to the smallest according to their weight asrended from 200 to 1WO The ibrementjerjedi double of row down die fortned the principle object of this awiul and marmficeTit scene diey the only craters not seem to Their joint emis wons had encompassed them with a black oblong hill of ashes and lava stonei thirty yards above the top of winch their mingling mrmes furiously in one immense which seemed J00 yards in Amidst nually parsing each About the ttiiddle of the whole hue of craters was situated laboured the and made the the and the most dangerous from the rocks of which rrur party twice narrowly one or two con siderable size falling within a pace of I think the lava flowed only from a few Of the chief particularly the double Dur ing the emissions of rocks and the boiling matter was seen in slow undulating issuing through the close to the bottom of the black hills of The double crater appeared completely isolated by the lava of the below all the lava formed one grand stream of various fromhalf a mile to fifty leaving die fir pursued its destructive course down a rocky part cf die interspersed with about five miles below the double it entered some after dividing into two die principalone of which advancing a mile directly threatened die house of Baron two hundred yards of it entered a hollow it was would turn its course but ac cording to the direction of the impelling flood its loose rocks rolling off the main soon filled up die small and formed a causeway for itself to The other branch took die direction of Lingua and ar rived very Viear the Baron Cagnones whose as well as those of the were trembling for their property when die erup tion The stream sometimes branched and recommended diem to mend their and pray to all die Saints to intercede for Everv pausa of discourse was filled with general burst of beating of and flogging of 1 vas more al fected by any scene of public What mortal can a singlemoment ance Hw how dare to thin that he without Divine assist does he who stand widiin 200 yards of tiiese fr rious volcanoes Vvhat mint he the pangs cf his who beholds his his na tive in a few hours ed compared wirh are all the odier scourges of the earth The fertility swep away by floodsand by war anil pesti is succeeded by smilingplenty The fields of Austcrlitz and revive from their late desolation Even Spain may haps smile ere long But successive gene with hopeless must view the blic ani karren Iorks which liave burred the native lands of their unlappy forefathers His French Imperial Majesty vijiteddie Theatre at He about nine in the as he previously hi conference with of The peace be made public on die arrivsi of a courier from who is expected ly bring widi him thiguarantee of die ANOTHER SAMS His Majesty the Emperor Napoleon joined forming islands as flowed f out on de 10th from and Sometimes its banks were formed by dae sides uf j by Passau and Munich towards This ravines ines but where the country was sufficient proof that peace is rned its from die porous willrbe first published or in the the imbibed die cool and soon will soon lye Ic is understood tia The Military was in a temporary on the day of the formed of hardened into black feet in at the particular request of the Commanderm J and might be compared to a long track for the purpose of admitting inany cf ploughed moving and smoking F raised pn bapks from fifteen to forty rcet alack and lofty banks of many i the Emperor of Russia is to be die It gradually thickened in ad 27di there has been no doubt until about four miles from the of On that day the Prince of Lichfenstem when it began to assume the appearance of a and Generals Mayer and Bubna arrived at vast rugged mound of black or stones and moving almost imperceptibly By the general appearance of diis amazing or moving was JTLfc rL nr the as were not on to attend divina DAVID with abowTSO30 ever OiEcers and were with information daat die Emperor Francis had accepted the According to the accounts of we are assured diat on I2th of this month all die Swedish ports will be shut to ull English THE BAJKS OF THE 4 i i m J O i l ii i The end of presented a bold front An annyot eightyone thousand trench troops vivki abeu fifteen or sixteen feet I a in Hanover

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