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   Day (Newspaper) - November 11, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHo EVERT MORNING NOVEMBER PRICK SIXPENCE FKIFNPS OF FOREIGNERS IN i in the prvachtd Tomorrjw 4t if to bigiM zt 11 oclock ALIY o diitrilmtc to the Poor Wi Warrant OfSctn of ikf Royal the Rulc of the nr P strh Monies as may be a tlui up to the i 1 t t FIN i that any t the and intend o ay n i i i n ai by lxttcr ad s uid that aU br a sfur the ITt in ci bv in urder to tbeir u un tnc Peiuitij a native ofDur cf Thomin and will i Mi he will bt irral v to SALE THIS Irrn PHIL on thr Great T HOUSEHOLD J brilliant chimney and pier convex rnirron anc finetoned upright grand by iroall collection of capval and other the The principal part of the furniture is new and of superior comprmm lofty mahogany and teni with rich cotton Oantztc feather Miiuhlc i and commodei and ebrstt druren I rlegim sets of Pembroke j and loo with parloui I Brusiels and Venetian culinary articles IRISH a nrsicct ihk two I a who per t5 in thr and untltrr hnri fir adrfrew tn the tw niic i 1 ED I 01G t GeruliN be c with a hand 4 there be DO other oi the i pyrti v i at Palsgrave niiv oi f AP or i Smll Genteel Fa tn FARM TO LLT MI a small I acres of simile 1 nf near ennuire of where a Pum of the Estate he an Office on the whoie upper part of the h chrvc sitting with cnmp ne wine and coal cellari v tbe Hvjsc being in good at Mv Newspaper yf the abone Rooral will be let out AL Established SPIRIT irtv s north of be SOLD by i FRAC by and 1 ii i f an rsijmUhed btiineii in the WHOLE sitviited in a pleasant from Us north of with a with and and bullock n a viry nvAleratc 1 iuStock and Uteniils to at a may be had of iflU KANDTilEATRRAL M mUy xt will be ready for price an and cornmemonUTe of the pre t arduous Contest between tbe Old and New It is from tar band of a first the Device consists of an excellent Head with a ii nf ind re and the Medal o pnnriprj Town and at N sr TWKNTV oUlNCAS A PCI sou or Frsons are rending purnfing it to he that and Holbornjany tKe and on conriction jhaJl receive thtobote DAY and i XnTrmbrr A CALM ION TO e iinl their High every bittle none else are genuine and ai hivr no this will be a iurt No half jtintj twenty puMrrt by four fine after putirct by utknt will be in 4 price ri with prooi price of GIL BLAS of fmm French of H and J i r ork tinoriginal with the same in and at the abore u ruin Didots revised in a ttyle ihr riijtlisl and the French editions in the proofs for the on 1 it 1 ING to SCOTLAND and the k i ii by new and most excellent thr full the and Bell Lodjjte ry reduced fares I Ji N CR i KNARESBORO BARNRY SCAKTH1NG and the Golden the following Carriages id utheri too num crous to mention and Neir Pott i y una Mail u usual every EipccLrious Post only One Night Momin Nnnh Wales Mall every and Birmingham New Post irTiiLg at and Oxford Mail every Post and at and Cheltenham J every and Oiford New and only Day every Eut Isle of Coachcf By yEOKOE liOULTON Laurence Prcndergast was before Lord Norbury and BMTOQ for forgery and knowing the tame to be a bill of purporting to be an acceptance of John Claudius Benjamin to Abraham Parry and examined by proved diat the prisoner and his wife came to Parrys houre to purchase which he sold to taking in payment the bill stated in the in On the crossexamination of this by MNally and it that on its being mentioned thai the prisoners wife annuity payable at Beresfords Parfyproposed taking a bill on that that at tki wifes her husband drew the bill and endortsd That the wife came the next day with the bill delivered it to who pnt it and in an hour after her came The wife appeared to a smart English the man appeared to be a simple plain journeyman It was true that he lived in John Claudius prisoners wife receive an annuity at his crossCMmuwtion by he believed the prisoners wife to be a very acute That she as he the principal part of the aid tho whole sense of the family was in her The bill being ihewn to Major he he had often seen Beresford and he believed the acceptance was not his Several witnesses gave the prisoner an excellent character for Lord Nortuiry the principal point for the consideration of the Jury whether the pri soner or put off the bill in knowing it to be The forgery was fully recapitulated the evi that from the crossexamination of the prisoners it appeared he neither concealed his his nor his convict the they raiutbtlieve that the husband participated in the guilt of his If they belrcved the transaction to be solely the or if they had a reasonable doubt of the prisoners they should The Jury acquitted the to the satisfaction of the Patrick Hngarty stood indicted for a robbery in the house ot John but was acquitted for want of It appeared that this man had been most unjustly and the in observing upon his it wat what might happen to any and that he would go away from the Court unstained in his character from the imputation which had been made against him he was accordingly dis Patrick Keenan and Michael capitally indicted for a burglary and robbery in the house of Michael at in the county of on the 29th March were found MMation was capitally indicted for a rape on the body of Christian young girl of beween 13 and 14 years of in Dublin also upon another not capi for an assault with intent to commit a rape on the same The prosecutrix was one of the children belonging to the Patrician School of and was one of those placed in the school of that institution in the neighbour hood of The prisoner was an elderly who was the schoolmaster and in the course of the evidence it he had been in the habitof using indecent liberties with some of the Jury acquitted him of the capital but found him guilty of the assault and Lord after expatiating upon the enormity of his abominable sen tenced him to be three times publicly whipped in the neighbourhood of upon such days as should be hereafter Peter Hussfy was indicted for having in his possession a great quantity of forged and implements for making forged and counterfeit at in the city of in the month of February was found John Jama Thomas and Christopher vrere indicted for the mur der of Thomas in the month of May in the county of The circumstances of this case were rather un The prisoners at the together with the and an approver of the name of Thomas in the month of May last went oat to commit and in the evening of the 25th of that month thtey stopped a jaunting and were about to rob a man of the name of who was upon when the pistol which the prisoner Sinnot went off by and the contents having lodged in left breast of their he was brought up to the jauntingcar of the man they who was acquainted one of the to Kelshs where he languished about two and then The ntit even ing the with the two Conolly and came and took away the body it was buried in Glasnevin But in a fewweeks when some robben were apprehended inihe this transaction came to the body was taken and an inquest was The evidence upon the trial gave all the cir cumstances and facts in the clearest point view and Lord after the law of the gave a most impartul charge to the who retired for some and returned with a verdict against all the prisoners Samuel Fugert for uttering a paper purporting to be a note of the Bank of Ireland was found Patrick charged with burglary and steal ing several articles out of the house of Nicholas was RIDGEWAY moved for leave to send up an indictment against the as a receiver of stolen which was Afnry who stood indicted for the mur der of Anne in was ac Michael indicted for a fraud on the re was found Thomas Priccr was charged with rescuing cat seized for due to Alexander by on the lands of county of Dublin also for cattle distrained for Sir JONAH BARRIXGTCW stated the enclosing of the commons of Gormanstown by in consequence of became a purchaser of part of the which he let to a A of he so frightened that he fled with his and they put their his beingseized for they were rescued by the Denis eramined by Knowi the lands held by Roche under He drove lands on the 1st September last saw the prisoner on the lands He was driving a cow witness desired him to that the cow was under seizure with him for He drove the cow on pther lands fol and took hinxprisoner j let him and said be would take Brought off some cattle others were On crossexamination by he was Will you that the cow that you saw driving by five was indivi dually ajid identically one of the cows seized He answered No and he prisoner was nc John and five were also in dicted for on the same of cattle seized for rent and John examined by StrJoMAH BARRINO known driver to Alexander eighteen Knows the lands of Oonnanstown made distress on the lands of Roche on the SQth of May last a good of cattle were pre vented from driving Uaawie to pound by ber of country John William Mooneyr and 1 were They all knew him they all reside in Plucke There were near twenty of some of them had They stopped the and drove them Does not know what they but they frightened him there were no The four traversers wereassisting at the Crossexamined by He was ex amined at in a replevin and the verdict was against his Alexander bought that part of the commoni which he had let to Roche die ditches had been and the cattle got He saw Byrne saw aim snap a pistol at James He did not say what he seized He seized seven cows cant say whose cattle they but they were not Roches cattle he seized them between three and four oclock the cattle were put off in the night to avoid distress cattle could stray into the land he could not see the nor had he a He gave no notice to any person that he seized Captain Baker gave him the authority it was not a written He could not say who levelled the James examined by Went with Moore to seize cattle they were Crossexamined by RrrtoEWAY They en tered the ground before but made the distress after they distrained as quick as they Byrne had a and had heard that he had snapped Witness had been examined at Mullingar the Jury found against and he gave evidence for None of the cattle belonged to and cattle could stray in upon die Dennis examined by GREEXE identified anodier Admitted he snap ped a pistol to defend first striking the CrosseTamirred by The pistol he srtapped was loaded with powder and ball when it was he received no blow no one attempted to strfke The fences had been and without Baron GEORGE also gave a in which be distinguished prosecutions and civil The question Had the cattle been taken by a breach of die peace John William Thomas Ma andChribtrpher were found guilty the others charged wiih uttering a forged Brink of Ireland note vas acquitted and Bar on a similar was found THE could get on the The morning was but he did not see the James examined by Lives ar the bog of Recollects the distress being and saw but did not see Moore at It was before sunrise the sun was up about an hour after the party Does not know at what Lour the seizure was Crossexamined by Sir JONAH not among the mob did not see Byrne snap the and did not leave his own Never went on the ground without leave of To a question from Lord hs he did not know at what hour the seizure was v James examined by RIDGEWAY An hour before the sun made an appearance to he heard Cox saythey were bme to Crossexamined by GREEN believed the cattle were taken from Cox and his Lord NOKBUHY considered the subject very se The question Has this been a breach of the peace pupil of the Polytechnical formerly belonging to the Imperial corps ot ma and residing at has just re in a very satisfactory the follow ing problem To find the means of giving tn the telegra phic the same security as diat bv without on the part of the much more labour and time dian is necessary for writing die dispatches and out the merely mechanical agents being able to decypher he proposes brass wheel widi a reeth in its Each of these teeth is at the same dme a letter of the and a numerical sign of a given General Cnrmichuel find the Spanish Don Juan Sanchez on tje formers ci Jivcringup die possession of iJuutoDorningo to SantoD ijit is ivitha sincere I now see approach the moment of die parture ofyour with the bravo troops under your by your esteemed favour of yesterdayl you have hied fcr the lld and of which 1 hav now he honour to acknowledge the In consequence of the ties of friendship and close vhli mutual At this present moment unite the rwo powerful nations o whom we we feel und consider the subjects of each TS brothers and a tie the more grateful trom the inter course for nearly two months I have with your Excellency and in the ikli matters it wis necessarv tn both before and after the taking of the en those I have experienced your affability and as well as the pa triotism and lively with which all have cooperated to sustain the common cause that we defend admiring in your troops that valour and constancy with which they undergone the difficulties attendant on the fatigues of This which the correspondent and the correct discipline and gcxt behaviour turns vertically upon its has two spring sup observed by them since our in such pe by mcani of which he pressesat his plea1 cnluir moments vhcn these military virtues sure a tangent point which will print the would have alone iniured to us success over the wanted upon different papers the one enemies garrison that were in the from upon the round die As the alwhence we so happily dislodged them all which hundred phabet does not contain a hundred it is by giving a number to die different sons of and even to whole which oc cur the most such as Thus the telegraph will successively present the printed and die lau to whom die dispatch will be intrusted who is also supposed o be only a mechanical agent will read the words in a sense inverse to the first he will find only unconnected of which the Function to whom the dispatch is will alone have the key because several of die repre sentative interspersed among those which have a common will be only mere hieroglyphics for the mechanical Brun himself mentions some very serious ob which he resolves in a very satisfactory manner and if his mediod do not attain die wishedfor it maybe safely diat it is capable of inspiring die most ingenious ideas into diose who might wish to pay their attention to such an important JAMAICA The Muselle of 18 Captain in Are day MajorGeneral on to anchfirJast at Port On her coming abreast of Tort the General received a salute of 1 which the immediately and on hrs quitting the veisel shortly she saluted him with a similar Captain of 3d and Lieutenants of the andDela of the 3d WestIndia Aides deCamp to the General j LieutenantColonel of the Royal Artillery LieutenantCo lonel Deputy Lieutenant Assistant ditto Major Deputy AdjutantGeneral Major Pe Engineer Captain Maillard and Lieute nant of die 18th and 80 men of the and 2d WestIndia also arrived in the The Dispatch of 18 Captain Lilli arrived on Monday from a with the American ship from Turks bound to New which she detained on die 10th on a former in conse quence of having contraband goods on and sent to Annotto On the 28th off Cape Nicholas Martha was boarded by die Avon of 18 Captain all well and on has served to in the strongest manner po these existing and us Jeel that sincere affection of corrpunions and fiiervJs whilst these powerful reasons now serve only to double the regret I in the loss of the able company of your I assure your Excellency on my and in the name of all the Inhabitants of this city and that the gratitude and obligations we feel for die assistance that personally and in the name of his Britannic Majesty you have afforded from the beginning till the conclusion of the en terprise have so happily shall be ever and shall be perpetuated to the remotest generations we will transmit to them the same as a worthy t ibute of our grateful re under hopes dint ic may he at time in our power to make a as well for the services of your power ful nation that has afforded us the of possessing so worthy and respectable a we nave to that have not enabled us to receive and as he deserves but as a proof of my personal attach suffer me to assure your Excellency dm I will never cease to address my prayers to the the prosperity arid satisfaction of your whom I the rhart high die dev oted servant and Signed JtAV ois Excellency Carmtcnx Commanding his Bmauruc i certify that the above is a correct translation from die original 1 WILLIAM Civil Excellencys highly esteemed fa vour of yesterday was delivered to and to which I feel my pen inadequate to give m conformably to my wishes and the excited by the very manner in which your Excellency has been pleased to convey your own as well as ol the inhabitants of this city and as to his liritannic Majestys Forces I have the honour to The naturally acquired by soldiers serving in the same just and honourable assures me from my own diat the amity close alliance between the subjects of our re vered Sovereigns are in SantoDomingo and reciprocal and I have every confidence that the sincere formed mutual es teem of companions in dangers and cannot be subverted by intrigue or insidious de When informed of the French Generals df fiance to the British bv his answe1 to the die SOth off Cape Donna the Them Naval Jt appeared spoke the ship from Port to bound to On die 25th of in about ten leagues to die eastward of die Rachael and Mary was boarded by die Argo fri of 44 Captain with die June numbering 85 from this under her convoy all with a fair The Rachael anci Mary touched at Martinique on the 20di at Vincents on die and at Montserrat on the 29th at the latter place she me my indispensable duty to maintain the ho nour cf die and obey the orders of mi in aiding the caust oi the Spanish I therefore repaired here without loss of with such troops as be first collected spared from fully convinced of viith a small body of regular trccps and 1 m i o J i even proper ordnance to join the frce your Eicellencys who had persevered months in besieging the To your JLx cellencys exertions upon tins arduous servicS learnt that hisMajestys brig of 14 permit me to offer mv with the Lieutenant had unfortunately upset sideration of beingunprovided widi proper r in a most tremendous hurricane and in command of greater pJti the homewardbound Leeward Island of however brave and had 4 which was in company with very opportunity of or r escaped she could render rhe Dominica no UpOn such suffering under sistance and it is much feared that all sickness rje hurricane season her crew A trading schooner was uj wouu have raised the blockade by and set near Montserrat in the same and all opened supplies to the enemy in a row J hands were There have been several very was experienced from the drevidful a fatal gales in that quarter attended the loss of one cf his Mj The brig which arrived onjesEVs Reflecting upon these Friday sennight from came to off trusting in a just and Turks Island on the 23d when a pilot came gjenc Of being gallantly supported by in on and informed Captain diat the j cellency and the Spaniards in I thought it ship of a letter of from prOper immediately to offer battle to the cnemv Liverpool to the West had a got on die 20th on die northeast reef Turks and was The crew and part of die consisting of dry were j aiiecj Isrrrp and the dictated to them I be approved of by our respective as honourable to the cf the Captain Holly describes her to be a with a tier of a handsome and in appearance of about 500 The Governor of Carthagena has intimated that he received some time since an order from the forbidding foreign vessels to be admitted to trade with die Spanish wretchedness and SEPTEMBER We have been favoured with die following However glorious the termination of an assault upon this city would have humanity must rejoice that such an effusion of was ou and the hcrrihle calamities rivat must havo accumulated upon the inhabitants of every de who have Ion2f been immersed in Your Excellency appreciates too higMy mv humble endeavours to perform that duty I coiu ceived incumbent upon the state of national   

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