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   Day (Newspaper) - November 6, 1809, London, Middlesex                                EVERY MORNING AT SIX OT NOVEMBER PRICE I i i F INDIA v the election on the 18th tilt of ascertaining to what titent ill e upon the nupport of those Pro ni i in tlie Direction who being could nut vote me I b wintinj both to my i rfnl not the eirlieit opportunity of ac fljttering assurances I have been ho as to leave no other on my best exertions in the service of the Com so conducive to its interests ns to the and with ever LauVi Your obCliint ind devoted JOHN BLADEN SAINT r TrustctS f r PlUtnK m an passed in the 3Jd year of his present I the said will meet in the tir Hirish in on November tt four oclock in the afttr to receive propotab from any person orpcr 3 sum or lumiof eiered upon Bonds or of the Virtuc Of said bearing interest at Annuity or Annnitiet for tbe Life or Lira ntrsons advancing tbe or tnetr Nomi 1 Proposition appearing to be seriously held forth toihe Public for ASubseriptteTi for Petitioning fur Kavr to erect a Theatre in tke r iicroed duty on the part of those principally Interested H V ot UruryLane to pot an end to or1 intentional delusion under which has been submitted to the How may hare or rather depro a advertisement of the plan My originated andprueeedt on a supposition that i impediments to the rebuilding of Thcarrc for unlos the scheme grounded h i to take advantage of the calamity the destroyed property of more spread ind divided amongst so many could not but be considered by the i most unfeeling and dishonest attempt to vcurity and protection which all in a is entitled and has iuitiec and humanity of a liberal people and an It b orJy to SALES BY THIS NORTON and MORTEN re spcctfully inform the that the HOUSEHOLD and BUILDING at WeitM advertised for Sale THIS vrill not take in Middleicx and By DANIEL at the Bush at in by or der of the A FREEHOLD DWELLING with extensive gardeni and abundantly most advantageously situate in the centre of the town of in the occupation of James vrhose lease eipirei in IB tm in Black Together vrith about 40 acres of rich meadow and arable chiefly lying interspersed in leve ral fields near Eghim and e Birch By on the and the bottom of at to be pulled for the intended improvement on Lord Darnleys ALL the MATERIALS of a Dwelling range of Cablnetmaken with a quantity of loose lately oulfed down com 2riting sound ttock ambers in bressum flooring ashes and and numerous other articles 500 and U feet 3 inch Swedish 400 10 feet two and half inchyellow Chrad anna 1000 six feet birch about SCO tiz and seven feet three Inch By on his Kingsroad and at A Quantitj of FURNI TURI and thirty hair and leather capital oak and fir 6oor and lining oak several shop glazed stone two a tflted and various other taken for Kings v he proper meuurei for rebuilding Old imanem have been ptrserennjly pnrsued erer desuncdon by those measures n the ipeedy rebuilding of the it may be LrOjer also to that Theatre be really andolled for by anneied to this Thcrreaoder I V will be immediately put in acooo tor the i of T P the jupposrd Subscribers to the new o IK ing thui it is not to be presumed to the justice of Parliament can be rv i rcii in ms ta threatened hy the advertisements of V fly order of the J TO be on BUILDING L hv thr Worshipful Company of at a Ge riuari to be held at Ironmongers Feo on the ofMavember 3J i TVVTN r olVk a large Piece of for the ofi new to contain 60 of the third with Ironmongerrow and Old Street K for taking such of than two hpuses in a t clear of all except the propertyT at the Clerks on or before Sa sth between the hours of ten and Pun and mav be he is 0 and requiring extensive be i ANLIV nd vci7 valuable extensive PRE ff iS and Orejr Spi u i 1 consistiuj of a substantial and handsomely uu replete vrith every domtttic COB i r paved a apaciom hous ird te a dual other trade capacious prusiKs in a popuknis and further Paiiculars applkation to a capital new Flour Fleet on the at by order of CleavervranoY ing to Upper capital cast iron Vats and JL two small part of a barrilla 20 ca pital fitted up in the best an excellent new lee one other a tixinch iron shod wheel a capital corn with two pair of sifting EAST LONDON be Three Shares and One Half Share in this valuable Particulars enquire of ComhilL CANAL be SOLD br PRIVATE by Grand WUu and Ken net and Canal and As surance and Vauxiiall Bridge New TKD be an ANNUITY of a HUN JL DRLD and SIXTY POUNDS for three and the Lives and Life of the tnd amply secured in Leasehold in the County of post paid Bloomsb FROM THK LONDON BANKRUPTCY James of West near from November 11 to Decemtfcr st at BANKRUPTCY Near High Hill Ferry Tavern and Mount desirable and genuine Household late the property of ou the Pre at pHE valuable AGREEMENT for a LEASE JL of the which commands a most beauti ful and extensive and contains six good closets and numerous nine years on the Oth day of August at the low rent of per the Landlord pays all Parliamentary PiirGculi The Furniture comprises bedjteads and mahogany the assortment ot culinary This Day are to price SERMONS on SEVERAL from the Old By JOHN Rector of and Curate of Johns Chapel Printed for and Paternoster row and the Booksellers in and North and South This Day is in 4 price THE SON of the STORM a By Isaac late of Throgmorton John of Red to surrender November and December at at Guildhall Cursitor John of Lower deiler and November aid December at at Collins and Jonathan of dealer and November and December at at Wiltshire and Old Bi John of Philip and inn dealer and November and December at at the White 1 Vizard and London and William of dealer and November and December at at the White Edward Daniel and Bristol and and Isaac of December and at at the George Attor Weston Derby and Grays John late of dealer and November and December at at the Rummer Thomas William Meadows and Richnrd of dealers and Novem jer and December at It Attor Francis late of November at and December at at Ai Payne and John of dealer and and December at at the Shakspeare KewcastlenponTyne and Mr Symonds John of dealer and chap Noventber and December at at Gnfld halL Falcon Walter of stati November and December at at Guild Quality Thomas of dealer tod 1 Periturx parcite Printed for and Paternos Of whom may be by the same 1 ime s a Telltale a Price TO THE OWNERS AND KEEPERS OF Publishers of CLATERs EVERY JL MAN HIS OWN embraces the earliest Opportunity of informing that the Twentieth Edition Is this Day neatly printed on Superfine The extraordinary demand for this cdcbmed Publication is the surest criterion of its real I he true descrip tion of every and the invaluable Recipes for their The method of preparing and compounding the various and the useful on applying has been and met with unexampled success throuirtiout the United There is no doubt but the present large impression will nd TT Ti TOWN elegantly be SOLD by PRIVATE CON and a deiinbleand TOWN with a lawn in t 1fl feet with of Con be disposed therefore Purchasers are particularly re jiended to appy Price extra Id wholesale by Crosby and itreet and retail by every soon commended Sold whi TCTf OF CIRCULATING a retired This Day ii in 3 Price BLACK ROCK HOUSE DEAR By the Author of the Winter in Banks of the W ye onnna of Eversncld Woman of Colour lit and ball of admirable pro in of JKC of the first with bed c i OT n d v raited to the peifftet accommodation of iic fint respectthiHty eoarhhoiue n T bhi 1 if Tbe Hoiuehold Fumi IL e w s frw and of the ftnt descrtption r vrr of uite anci may be bad on ti j Vs it Is not intended by tVi1 i rn o jive cards of admission but to those who i is respectfully that no INSURRECTION IX THE itis mnidbt f it i 5di It hopec tlie the briJge of ter an obstinate continual cuiti from thence to Here FROM THE HAMBURGH On the 5di of intelligence reached that the Saxon commanded by the French GencrJ to advance against hid been surrounded on all sides by tht who had broken down the bridge of and forced the A murderous fire of rifleguns kept up from the mountains on both as well as by trees and stones rolled to fight its way through with considerable loss to where Colonel Count had gone to reinforce it with two companies of the infantry battalion of a detachment of the first of one battalion of and two pieces of In on the same the first division of the Bavarian army advanced to and on the Brenner to But Count Berchem had chased the insurgents from the village of at the foot of mounted the abbatis behind this and prevented the rebels breaking down a bridge which joins the road On the division advancing over the Brenner they rived from the mountain and and flung but without The village of Hoter ljailed which the insurgents did the most was by j cut oft entrcl the retTe1 order of the Marshal Duke of Dantzic set ou besides some small by the The regiment of two companies of die regiment of and a combined company of French advanced over the mountains on the right side of the valley and the Crown Princes with the hattjlion of the oi i J iilso fivm been tn of over the mountains on Uie the 5th regiment st attacked The several bridges on the On die road to pounder was quite hy u Near the insurgents whole The courage of t abated by the horrors of common exertions or a With the loss of nlmiir Vuo reached Zirl about On the 10th the about of the unhappy the road to llrixen civeixd AiIi such im mense masses ot and because the retreat ot of the army it brvke UD on the the evening at ten hem the Sterling and ti the contintifd its marc1 the llth where its be tired Fi one frrm where through unbeaten and with incredible I vanced guard ever dirlojged LiliUlieU Ul U 1 t U I ficulty and oveirocks and con1 theni ii i i c the s fvcs y if ad ir did net i on tinually engaged the while the rest of the the and under Major General followed in the valley and in proportion us the former With this column was the Marshal Duke of Dantzic himself the two penetrating over the were on the part of the French by Colonel Mainzamau and LieutenantColonel Owing the heat on those and the to tal want of this march became so fatiguing for die that they would not have been able to continue suh efforts many days Farther forwards the bridges were broken and the road rendered impassable by enor mous pieces of rocks hurled down from the moun tains to a great The troops took po sition on the banks of die one league from and established their outposts before MajorGeneral Baron Von Stengel was near where the Marshal had his head the oe at t and Stationerscourt Where a constant supply of the best Mc dernNovelb are kept for immediate Also just Castles of Marsnnge and London of the 2 or Modern 3 Tales of the S 3 by Bravo of by Monk 6th A Great Reduction on IRISH The BELFAST LINEN COMPANY respectfully Jber MKU IL a and December at at Doctors Thomas of dealer in wines and spirituous dealer and November at and December at at Guildhall Charles Robert of Grosvenor Bond dealer and November at and December at at Rigby and John Fenton and George of dealers and November Decem ber at at Thomas Joseph of November and December at at and Aim of Saint Novem ber and December at at Messrs Wybourn and John ofLittle Long haber November and December at eleven at Child I emple n ieorze of dealer and r1unman November at and December at at Black of dealer chmai November and Dtcember at at Herirv of dealer and November and December 16 at at Aldersgate of dealer and November and December 16 at the Bush Bristol Attornies Ed ward Bristol and Samuel White Dec 5 William of Noy 28 John of Great at one at Theophilus The small firing continued on the and 9th of Detachments were sent to the mountains to clear them from die and drive the cattle They climbed die steepest heights with equal courage and routed die burnt the houses from which fire had been and brought in a couple of hundred cattle but the L i C cf riiL i1 i in 4 price POlK CLEMENT which art Anecdotes of his lor Alo he fullrwinR puru I to at V tu be in 40 or i Set uf to be ren imetfri price Works GRACECHURCH RDTTTOX mnt respectfully informs his F aiiti tlie tbit this which was ran of the reign tbe Sc ISU1 blelchec SS and if not approved the money No abate ever made as the lowest wholesale price is marked on nn ment ev ment eve aTe no connection C Orders executed Agent to the Company per The Newcasde and London Company most respectfully Acquaint and that having purchasd a e enables the theNoWit ter Arms and Lieutenant lost their lives on this besides one private Lieu tenant with 13 were On the last day die firing ceased by the Marshals who had a conference at the outposts with five of the the purport of which conversation remained During these the 3d division of the Ba varian army had remained at After the French General of Senator Count de had advanced to by Landeck and grenadots cavalry and climl but the position was too covered ic the the soldiers by bad and a c intinual march ot 20 also too much fatigued to be able to drive the rebels from their and to prjvent lumns being muih Court Count Von an tenant Baron ere co r i 1 and Count Berchem and The division readied at oclock in the On the same in the nTiin gents had attacked the third on Mount and on tiie thc I of the T e nt lasted vll n ud or the ins went to meet the Is The yd absolutely m its positi A situated on the tlie heights of the left bank of the in insurgents had made a was taken by a detachment of the 5th rejrimont if and die light battalion of Ou the with superior and the same made a vjrv on the advanced posts d on tiie bsnk of the The put end to tle and alone troops t kept their with signal Sometimes tlie enemy UT back sime posts but superior to a the same momrnt the heights clomb with and tho iepulscc 11 On the ether of infant r cf tie regime t the 5th light and drove fought the rebels one league rrorn severa Besides the division had 18t including 1J The insurgrntthemselves The two and the only the and lOih restate their less at 1 lie two giments of infantry of the with a division of j might easily have held nu lnspruc die regiment of fairs and pome nrthe communication tlie Circle ot tne Kar by Vind been upled General btnator tillery of die 3d Bavarian had been Seefeld being inter uple dered to Imst and to keep up the Beaumont passed thrrugh munication with the troops in o the Ach extremely and that br iAs the advancing against Bregenz met with I Kufstein separated and a vrjntct ch unexpected and violent to provisions and ammunition bning also tate this Colonel Baron other considerations took with LieutenantColonel of the French to expect a by his was to advance with tlie i0ti Qld with tlie corps ur regiment of the line Von a squadron of I Arco and by the 2d of and two from nnd to amidst no by Vinsternminz to in order sistance of the On tho C take from thence the insurgents in the valley of Qount struck hy a oeiore rgcnts Eisack in an entepnze somewhat Itazard unexpectedly the rirt ousfor a detachment of only about HOG On cevej orders to ixt the the column put itself on its march from nn ilt n The bridge of Pruns was broken and the army re and ni unmo oclck in the t Inspruck to On the ths L l on the f Coals previous to the great enables the to vtnd them of the above for prompt pay isite Sackvllle u wrilcbosen selection of the most scarce 11 as modern and conunues ha bv of new publications in erery i 1 Grateful for an erteiuiTe patro uU friends and the that no wjl wanting to meet their to the in 3 large Price the SICILIAN VES Irom Oxfordstreet any except meraee and inland Coals of excellent quality and called owing to die brisk fire of the O 1 I at the Bridgewai mountains in the so of PARTNERSHIPS D A 13th not inappli for 41 f i be Price S5sor on large with Proof I Campaigm of GiUttrus Adolphui the By rhe WALTER Ti ife one uf thr most are the pacts wmd hrv jvr tr be wkolc entertaiiilneht Airthinticitf is offered to the all from six post paid addressed with the utmost Scarcely had the 1st battalion of the 10th rei P c of infantry passed the bridge at ot when the noise made by the re p he Count movfng a large and the trotting of the Count cavalry that crossed the betrayed the I m the movement of the A shower of balls and was fell on the and pieces of six and the eieht feet in rolled into the I ot the i tnP V11 i lore TOI LS nivsn rhc f j fleoree Arroarrodg ana Shadweli Amone the eccentricities of the Jubilee at three sailors mountedthe top of Giless and one after turning round the weathercock several gave three which were returned by the spectators below A Portuguese sailor had his hand shot off on when firing die guns of one of the vessels in Leith ClKliL iVww i J J J The the cannon benmd itr and the battalion of the regiment that was to cover the could no longer venture to pass the was hrea i bridge stone masses broke in pieces the gun and the ammunitionwaggons ana by otfers men and horses were thrown into the i was o that flows Soon the defile was co r VvaS II cu from the opposite bari of In vered up with pieces of killed and wounded and About 1SOO men and 700 horses are misMag most ot anil even the tire from the heuses of bcino the mos vio tir Under tht protection ut on the beiore insurgents run berg part ot re rAv met ana It isonlr attriivr iLCtl I J we learnt were made pri Two and three ammu were The 1st battalion cf the 10th which had first passed nearly through the was stopped by two defended with loss of S0 men die impetuosity of the which could that the whole baud   

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