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Day (Newspaper) - November 4, 1809, London, Middlesex EVERY MORNING AT SIX PRICE SIXPENCE I An active Ynnng irf P i nf and ar oiling lv Jpplying at Picket J nerd appiv bill such as can r 1 he wnik is bv no means la A sii JV iKuithy man be neceisary for the within si x 11 comfortable HO for a h tood and i chaisehoujc and erecting to Bloomsbury or at his Vjlrniantriri M1 ilS 0 I AMKF a terrn T just immediate re crp iit fur the imm contiiiiiri three draw two amberwciL i AiTf TU a and ucris of situate i th nl near tmjuire ot xvhere a Plan of the Estate SALES BY Ivy thr litr resilience of Count Zenobai by at Gar at Singularly elegant LEASEHOLD RESI abounding with andVery re enlurgi d and in a uile correspondent with the actuKoraeil taste of the Cojit Th A affords very complete accommodation for a of cdnie delightfully situate the extremity of KriighijbridKi commanding in all direction very beautiful but chiefly by they attack1 It is that ill the troops of re ru in great numbers tin the 25th ulh the first lars and somui nes in number aie regiment of posted divided into four military and and after an tions are directed by bis Excellency The French have and on their march K r The army ot Gai obstinnte vras compelled to fall to The troops at Gosling also re treated by the way of The Duke of Daptzic then by a bold to put stop to this advance of the On the 3d of October he ordered a co under the command of the General of and and nivcnmra held for a term of 17 vcars at a n j i i 11 small ground to advance at four in the i is forming with all morning on the right bank of die In the alter relieving Annuity of per during the life of a aged amply secured in landed Esutcj and Church By at at AN ANNU1 Y of 825L during tli of a Gentleman of the tint azed and of this columir was a French com under the command of the Chief of Squa thr only son of the i favoured by a surprised about ana tnc rropnetor oi uju Annuity has insured the Life ut a renpectable office for a considerable i 800 iDSUgenrs near IRC gates of Hal ein wcre aad 1200 rebeh who were in the after loosing 300 six pieces of iLD re 1 tlive at an without t hve i ill nuy of an eligible he bt t the in bfirt n stable it in a good with 1 the and pr o Smith c Ro Liun The Annuity ii rharjed upon and othel1 Church in the counties of ind of the annual value of the title ty which been approved of by a Convevancer of the the of The whole cf the trooj and fought with tlie greatest tolrick with between Vick aiul reserve mv which g The new Majestvs ti 1 d an am Catali forming in that by General will be divided into f gions each Lgion is to nrmiei ieceived without distressing cf serving the ail persons routined same of t both hy a exceeds Crown the dis t r to aimd tl e pnvers injury of cirin re their powder and were pursued by lirit and second section ol ct sectionof light a anotlier of at at inrrvc e and very improvable LEASE consisting of a vvilliccustomcd a mr M with is ie ill gratitude in torcipi lis prisoners of herc to rcrara i cf horse seition o anJ two sqti ot it lip The Baron of Ordnance inl cuiibist cffour and of the service of his Majesty the Enperor Napo Public a compact an oldestablished PawnI who left Schoenbrnnn at eleven at fanir force unparalleled severitv ot 3 all Briiish subjects in OT ti i by 1 1 tr hi I Will brokers aud four small riouses situate in on arrived here at three in j taiuns of cf tiie L the has brought a letter from his n 01 SmithSeld let on shortly to u itli Revu M by E i a 1 rce ry eligibly situjtcd wlii has fur a term ut H of BUck responsible at old amounting to but pre I sumcd to be worth nearly double hild for a trrm of 24 ffirs Ladyday at a ground rent aoL per an a in Isling prodjcing u licit income of pine pounds tor 13 I i ISTlTl iv cnd iy Art ol ff and the P R r I D T th of DuirMinon c i I 11 l i M v I ti f tlat M 4 the K c f ju nia ar the l by the spc urm evjv fT Without being as the c rt iposibilitj it an ut NoHcineo and r i an capital to girrantce art j fs nur is any intrd i Towns ii i la ill CJiiuty c tud t Morli will be tl of i Weekly DUMIRIFS ic Hj be made an object of peculiar have rtson to hope hat tluY will in tu give much 01 and the southern districts of N expcncc and pains will be spared obtain the most unportant informaibn ivrry thing cou the Agriculture of thispart of UJE v Arrangcmcnu arc made tivprocure Monthly on hc most retpeciable from dif ti Marts of DunxtrKssbifi and original from every place of thaU be care and n thr very extensive patronije and support promised of this hry It will for r will be publishedt Dumiries every W idnrs H v iil be primed un a piper of the Urjcst i i Ni will be delivered and sent free of to any direction whitii tlie Pub ru fir this Paper iKr Dumfries aril Jjrerpool and EJinhurgh Ft Glateow Cnstlf IliJtl s i Ii the CountryNcwspjptr Of i 11 when callnl ur tint by post to any tcwn in brotlnd or uSCOTLAND and the I XOK I H a by most a es tu i follwi from the Ludgatc eiv reduced IV CAi PKNiM TO be for a term of free of all Tajesand Repairs a comfortable FAMILY detached from thr rooms on the ground to which there a ditinct not interfering with the to the of and on ilie ftory and up a large sized diingnom ami with five bcrWriambers a and laundry at the and other The Home ii situated in an open airy commanding a view of Cloomsbury and Some of the and part of the if to be taken at a to Page and Auc High where funher particulars may b c This Iay are iu price ERMONSon SEVERAL from the Old JOHN Rector of and Curate of Johni ChapeL Printed for and Patemoster rnw anri tlic Booksellers in ind Norh and foulh Thi 1 Lii in 4 price THE SON of the STORM a By HtNRY P dtraE parTte Prictd for rtjay be tue SAUIC Times aTflUl GRACtCHURCH R BUTTON most respectfully hU the 11 at wliih tstublishtd in the part of uf Gsrorjf the Se uf a of valuable tnrient a well modern to enriciicc by che of pi in y of for an asiures md the no oreKertion will e warring to meet their The Annual Supplement to the Catalogue be deli vered in November This Day is in i rrio T IlITERS of POPE CLFMENT unr L To which are of rm Printed for i iracecLurc hi Hirrlebn pans 1 to royal to be complete in 10 Sitns to Sctiso or 3 ol to lu ren dered into Heiametirs i price Choice Admonitions fcr sekcteu from cf the BY A RATTLF KNAKH IN J THE PROPRIETORS of THE IWEDICAL rvspcctfully inform their that the publication ii nuw to be hid of The Number for coiiuinv amongst a Sovereign toour He passed through lijht I wLclc of die in Von arrived ing to accounts her on the in the left Vienna on 8000 inchidnir a the the Emperor Napoleoafaad already trified the treaty which was immecliarel transmitted to the Emperor SLirpriJid at a OCT belonging to thiarniv de Marbccf is on his return to tile French Our King presented him vrirh a beaurJiul with the cypher of his name jet in Several regiments of the Jrand army are ul ready on their march back to The late Austrian Ministerfpr Foreign Affairs Count Von has arrived at nun 01 nnt exceed ie number of i no SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE By die Priuccss Elizabedi arrived at Falrrrbuth in eight duysfrorn the we art put in possession of a mail from papers and letters from Lisbon to the and from different partvof Spain to the On the 19th a fleet of transports arrived from with and about 1600 troops to join dje broken Wellington is still here but we are in SPIT 11 party Ii ul at O l xl have TII lucoNviry ro uiii graci dui by in To o M iecvs ve t of pound ip i iteJ h the out of tu ot poor debtors in and the d of been by hi M i Sucioty for the Relief r Ptrsons r SITil as to most qt lle cases worth oi the Rcjal Or priateJ tJi pound1 pounds have nlo been jppro purpose in and one in out of funds re the s General the loss of his wrote to him from that the inhabitants ot oiKiiio had Tiio prayer bv j venerailc upon no part in the arid that hi Najcstys to the in The be Ieople been long i i at his oiKiiio had taken The praver bv j venerahl and privates tie French should be i tWLOi and responsible liea cjrps of our troops ficrn has arrived at iJoiibtrj to dt daify expectation of army s setting 6ut to join the Benevente of 4iX Fiericii cavalrv it met with Pec very tew J We are assured liut guird oi army of the Duke del is t leagues cf in which only 700 French fiiosc al the 1 bispo have been greater pirt i die enemys troops aie at at Ocana j the Gerona to defend itself and j the to intelligence wliiuh we have re SOO loads of provision have been thrown into tliat nd emuk in n to c sh Ciert and the o ni to at noon weie t r n ir On the 25th diere was nothing new in Ge A kw nights since one of line ofduring the night the occupied 741 that remaiftca here on battle 74 that iflier not being able to proceed to 1 in j the took lire After she paned h1 she for somedistance n the andxcited considerable alarm for the safety of the she towed in and blew doing any The people who wereim board all got and we have not heard uf being Tlie scene exhibited by the ruoiung of the and the tl 25 On the 25th diere was uothinc trff sairre position as on the preceding on the and on the mountains his advanced points became somewhat more On die at break of a heavy musquet fire was heard in die envh the which increased so the iort near that began to can to nonadc die learn result of The following particulars uv extracted from lumns of fire extending to die top f her I pnpcr printcd in by order of die Supe was grand beyond all Several of her jlinta of and part of under guns were loaded widi and rvent otf variety of other interesting the Table of changed in the New Phirmacopu of the rase of Thomas who was bitten by the Rattle Snake in Tlic Proprietors again beg irave to recommend the Medical as an intaluable Family of which any Number nay be had price GERMAN TLe French army is at this moment all in mo in order to march back to A Cou rier which passed through Augnburgh overlook the Guardsbetween Vienna and Two Al NOR i KNAR POTC I VX1 I SlAMi KA and Vrom the OMden the foil Carriages others too roji in uliTn New Post the every l iosi only One Night at d North Mail very and Birmingham Nevr i I ven at and Oxford Mail evcrv a tuw aud and Chjtenhani and Oxford and only Day every r Ule of Coaches By UEORGt BOULTON and vifijns have broken up for by the way of They march In all the towns from Vienna to Strasburgh great preparations arc made for die reception of the Emperor The French Imperial who arrived at Dresden on the brought a letter from the Emperor Napoleon to our announcing thr sigring of the Peace with It is understood that Saiony is to obtain acqui sition The term the tire reached Soult is at citla Reyna with 6000 and KXXJ more are distributed between derverda and the bridge of whiuh serve as a coips ot The Fivnch in Madrid continue to send to Bayonne die persons of character who have any influence with the f Lisbon Oci OF Ourarmv has not date of tlie 2Jd September Tlie encmvs division of foot and 250 which under the orders of vlopike viie advancing against with i view of cai tlie corps commanded by Goierii Pcdio has itself various cc upy Darora and of her pi ices been i Tlic have in our roa sion the L theGovei 5UO to ox ress their vernors attention and accommodation mercantile roas hied a sa L i togeriier the r c made on the same will a of itli an apprcpn tte ad r This sntof the Duke of the 2oM a scene of ji d in on The moning waMuheved in cf at twelve hundred tlio surrpunduig tl diving tlie Duchess and Duchess of with several persons of were to witness the distribution of the donations which die liberality ot provided for Shortly LaJios Charlotte and Elizabeth Manners our of ot by upwards t i in poor assembled stol shci p the grand followed by ser i witli cloiing of evei y whiih clisrijUtcJ to every the orders rJ her upairfd ants and A er The in en All the tro i i stili his sjpply ol t r tlie ge i t and fee with a Th if the enemy have to lae other Arragon do not according to i latiiy ten thousand leaving KKJO in i hree whom arc sick or in and the neighbouring t On the King J Madrid for To the hospital of The Germans Pols continue to desert the enerrivs anJ During ot if this hosprtble more nu ot In all the Frrnch having left in and the desertions v ould be muc die capital only two regiments of rcnegado Spaj but frr the extraordinary m and a small that precaution adopted to prevent Europe should know that tiie captil of Spain is for IS was given up to guarded by Spaniaids in the pay cf numberless atrocities were committed the tyrant j by French and irr Mundayonn they burnt General Eguia has reviewed almost all the dij whicn are and abundant ly supplied with provisions and with of eighty i who had conJe to vist pany on the At four they sat down to a Three elegant rooms were set with tables for the and covered vtl richest gold die September si o Tlie headquarters are at and our j anj s ofthe Peace will be made and those of the in the same posi puhlic as soon as the consent and guarantee oi Russia shail be FROM THE General with was nt Within die last seventeen years Austria has four times made war on always thugh often with bad O i i J Our light advanced parties occupy various j Ducneu points ill the and COntinualiv harrass I Charles and Karl and V Y ft i T I miv the enemy s Droops they pusn on as lar as i lord Lady General and the Peter j is in TI whose advanced are in and La The and with losses which were difficult to be SUperior n distant about five or six leagues from Ge ancj Aranju proposed to attack the cr to fortify1 himself in that should they prove greatly f troop ey exact iops whoicCupyOcana promoted v tics and one thj Lnot In the everiiug tlic house was most splenJuilr In the ot th hs Gr between one of dom which The first war lasted five and terminated in the Peace of Cxrrpo which was pur chased by the sacrifice of Belgium and The second war lasted two years until itiwas con cluded by tlie of The dura tion of the third war was abc ut half a and 1 it terminated by die Peace of hst war cannot be considered as of much longer Several crowns which have adoraedj the heads of the descendants of Rudolph of The army of La which certainly is the most amounts to from to and its positions were the same as have been before The army of re duced to men by detachments to reinforce those of I 3 Mancha and aftd its its advanced guards approach uon by Dukes al for a Grace backing irs a The ilnghsh whether it has we are not certain consists and guards are near the beforer The d for so many The Countess of Stembach is to be exchanged for two the wives of Staff who were taken on a journey to According some the Austrian Mi Count has The Tyrolese having been joined by a coesi derable number of whom they I centre of join than various than capable ot any dFcnsiTe Dukeof widi having joined Signor whose army amounts to is between Salamauca and Ciudad it we observe the position of our it will that they the still continues in where lie gives numerous g On the 11th the enemv had not made anv and givmg opponent but occupied his former by the Duke s servant by one Badajoz We continue to receive tnm all cf tlie United Kingdom the most gratifying accounts ot the celebration this memorable Sincere and esteem iur lus Majesty have been manifested in different parts of the in various but in uniform The King hid no reason to doubt the of but ani whi The grand match of StrgTe took place at Winchester rn and Ust for a purse c t 10 anorded urrother treat to the of nianlv and again terminated in favour of tho Somerset he tivst at two the period tor the Somerset had obtaining On one nut the ut Hants or elay by same two ck jpcured to them tiie odds of 5 to 2 of despairing and returned ichV is have been ol nU returned his Majestv with ssntU ot resigned we 1 to merset rt divided both d inclose those of the united Jn the ments of patem In contemplating the brilliant celebraticrrf of There vxre sc e on pan of the we ought tend with abovi to forget the acts of grace not ceeJed from the RovJ i h has already been that all i these gamesters to con d three and which have they A nu resctabw ccncoure and harm jny
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