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Day (Newspaper) - November 13, 1809, London, Middlesex EVERY AT SIX NOVfiMfflSR PRICE SIXPENCE r Ijih Month qf Commiuioners of I trim turcCllMlS fnr paying ili in tAe on the wii be daily f Sundays including the 12tt MTHorHrrsi till vne in tlie af sf fA fertile f V itvrj if ja2 artilaireJ to bring Mr in numerical ao JSilisaiiJ commencement oj into and inlrrzfl doe computed cays uj itiiiH they are resjiecLVcly day ttccmltr jukn intrrttt n I luldtri or mtj are icrf i f jci iLa tleir usual signa T in residence at tlie bottom of U ttolV rfyinrci tn atind thf Excite tfl lieu and i i t nf the bills ihnuld be desirous u vf and to 1 rcrl th y UMV be em un wnch they icish ta be ofuurig i i of upon marking a amount at ttt fAnr j o acanu ncr Berrying an luttriit o one en tttt tdrvti idlicJi Si on ZilHioJ RiFl prtnrto Dfirm Vr 1 1 fa paid an tiif instant y signed by M as i of DruryUne having ic 1jpcrs of Monday in which the u of the Promoters of tlie Subscription jrr innn the Committee teel to The proposition wa tub in hasty misconception nor in i still Uss is it an dishonest t M any propmy whether b a of i T cimiider equally The uii ling a third Theatre in this metropolis did not i i the unfortunate catastrophe that has bofallen y 1 be 1romoters of this in common with calamity of die hite f certainly pot the rviy which has oppressed its propnetory and if the art now which will insnre Uiat they can hive no Othjr sensation than as no sentiment of h of rivajship ajaintt that unfortunate they an omcial advertiwment issued to the that their project is supported by of subscribers t in jusuct to tbej thus K that the Prospectuj of the proposed and uu Subscription having been opened on required was filled by the subsequent Wea It may ais here not be improper tg advert to the c pan of that which announces a r design in PToprioan at DruryJme to erect a dormint if a third Theatre be Tbii U Bot a u hasty Diisconr tnuK certainly be an intentional ddision as wiQ t froin the followbij shon We nn ihat when h was ia contumplauoo to paD down old and rebuUd Uuc Uts c the on a patent that had not fuM years to in to induce tlir pubiic to subscribefor the ejection of rw Jt became necrrsarjr to obtain tfttorc per than s temporary patentAnd as iiad lylnj whit was considered to be a patent thai patent was purchased with some Che fund raised for l that temporary patent shall be company must then pby on what they caU tke patent annexed to that and therefore he uuiiA Bit tliatVie execuaTe power has raiufed tjtree tkey were meant to the uub be brcflt of three and it was therefore dneU tn suffer one by a monoptrf of two tn extinguish the The puhlic being thus ice against intentional on this point may i that an appeal will be made to the u justice of and the Committee fed the most sanjoine p because they are warmly by a and are to have the of that appeal Ly an u l By Order of tbe Committeei SPANISH V by a House in the a SPA NiSH writing a good buuneu lv competent to Veep make out 1 grammatically in Utter with real aiJ specimen of to at the Jamaica oVtr Public 1809 FIFTY G UIN HAS n THOMAS late of the bea standi charged on rli and has W will apprehend or give such information to Clerk at the abonre as shall be the if his being on his rc y a Reward of FIFTY fiie laid Thotnas Hafger is aboot 47 ytan of abovt i lo inches stout stoopi in his speaks generally dresses as a Quiker has been frequently the nujbbourhood of 1 O and requirinf extensive i ASuty and Tery vajtwble and ntentivc HRE situated in and Grey Sji consisting of a new built substantial Ind tuecbomerr Dwelling replete witi everr eoo paved a ccunticf spaoous y and suitable for a bretrerjyjdittil or other trade capacious pmites in a populous and fcrther Paticulars cnupplicadoato and MODERN COTTAGE Wandiworth near Claphaei he SOLD BT PRIVATE and a nrwbuilt detached Wiiitt COT fitted up io a styleof slonlar nd otktr requisite for a gcmed Ix utd kaowo on inllnrirti and j O be DISPOSED OF by PRIVATE CON 1 valuable LEASE ot a gemed DWKL LING HOUSfi and APOTHECARIES with a re trade attached desirably situate In the of may be had of TPO be a PRINT completely furnished with new and sufficient to carry on Book and work a considerable at present In full ia the first cities in the West of the present rirtor Laving another business to attend is tie sxte ol wishing to dispose of it to any active young man wi a small wishing to establish himself in ill d favourable by assiduiry he may en to any put addressed c l and Country News wilt be imme o lorworded to ELIGIBLE corrmact Lower Brook SOU BY PRtVATECONTRACTyby a LEASEHOLD cotri FriAtii j late altered and improred at considi rable and in situate on the Iorth lideof Lower near Grosveriorsqnare two rooms ami dressingrooms on thr principal suitable on the upper excelleiif planned for the acconimodation of a Gentic spcinus open long with coachhoutt 1 ij immtJiate possession may be be TiTrH w may be hud SALE BY AUCTION THIS Email Sideboard and Library of select and Va Htable their Spacfoui at A Sideboard of useful a capital gold dressing ease with silver and a library select and chiefly in elerant bind the property of a taken in Fiecnrkra for the DrerV near Battlebridte at H A BOUT Forty Lots of HOUSEHOLD JX of the usual some wearing and other To cleared offtKe dar Ground amounting te upwards of 20OL per annum exempt from Landtax Freehold and Estates EDWARD 1MBER and afCarra way at in TTHE GROUNDRENTS and improved arWng from and most imply se cured by the whole of QucenWow and Hor comprising fhe Ploujh Public and Z8 others the principal part let on at with the valuable reversionary interest of the increased rrtit of about SSOL per comprisinr Seren new4uilt HoostsjtuHcnricttastreet and Weyniouthterrace Hackney road producinrcnts Im proved Rent ot per annum and Freehold Groundrent of 1L per most aaply secured by Middle able to gain ifcot of give in all Abou three oclock in the after noon the enemy betookhimself apretipitate and s The loss of the as far astfe Tiave been yet able to exceeds one m killed and TTie numbersof wounded iimst be very hasbeen very one tnyjerial eightpounder brass three ainrnujmion twelre5 with four or five thou sand stand of an immefrse qnantrty of bull carts of provision and knapsacks loaded with fell into No language can do sufficient justice to the gallant and intrepid conduct of the troops oh this RAND THEATRICAL MEDAL THIS IMY wHl be ready for price an daboreie and elegant commemorative ofHhe pre arduous Contest between the Old and New UiCoventGardcn Ii is fropi rlie hind of a first nHe Artist j the Device consists of excellent I with a of popular and appropriate Orders rr eeJnd at Queenhithe and the Medal to be had of the principal ailvmmiths in Town and at Hathways NEW LONDON Thi day H the 2d revised and in price THE PHARMACOPOEIA of the i COUUECE of PHYSICIANS of Trauilattd into with By RICHARD fellow rf the Physldan to Amholomews and the Primed PBtenioster Of may be Two eihi rcbdoni of the last and present price New OIL With rwentyfoor fipa after pictures by On the ZOth instmt will be in 4 price and tn wltK proof price pHE of GIL BLASof traMlated the of By BENJAMIN Printed for terMW and The saine Wprk in the original whh the eame in and at he above This edition is printed from Didoft revised in style of eijual degaace with the The plates of the EngHsh and the Fremch edhidns inSTol are printed oa French cbe proof for the on India The JlBILEE HEAD of ROSSS HEARS OF the bisoroaartontah him aborc all caippei ition to the pTinci w UTtro repta tlon which has yre By twenty rears studious duce to the PubBe one of the most extntairdhury discoveries in the system of itnarmatipti could and Whlcft have obtained the afpeHafioo of Rossi of Art here the most perfect sem blance of the supersets of the skin and complxronsl colours of the are most astonishingly and ap pear M ground and bjise upon which the hjir U particle is so admirable constructed at to admit the most minute without the of dis and the whole system Is so eiqubhely as tu combine nseful comfort and elegance ot taste wfth the mot happy appearance of EW STATE to be drawn in Obe Mth 4 12 44 36 of SjOOO SCO 100 50 ts i Tbii Lotterf it upon the same Plan u tjfe last h cooiiiu of only Numbtrs from to 5JX30 ineliurve bot there axe Four Tickets of each which wffl be entitled to wbuttTer Prue U dratvn Mich Number for if l should drawn a prtse of the Four Tickets of that Number wfll eicb be entitled to in the win be enti tled to tbeir Tlckett tnd Sbarei on Sale at FROM THI LONDON 1809 A of which tbe following is an ex irai this day received bj Earl his Majestys Principal Secretary of State for Foreign from LieutenantColonel datedarmy of the camp oh the heights of October I hare Jbonour to acquaint that the array of Miptat BOW by General advanced on the morning bf yesterday in force trn thousand infantry and one thousand two with fourteen piecn of to this which was tneSt jadjwoily posted on these The enemT divided his force into thjree co which advanced against the righfy and left of our line t it soon became evident that the principal object of his attack to force and turn our it being the point in which onr posi tion was The at the gained some advantage of position on our in conse quence of the retreat of a smallparty of our ca valry destfned to caver the left of oar This Bbwevrty as the van led on by Generals Car cliarged voth tfje greatest sgint and gal the and at the point of the bayooetf of enemy possessed himself during of the our this charge committed great slaughter amongst the from thern a quantity of Alter long and obstinate being UD 91M Tiomu to be by pur vice Seojajmn Rpbcrt to be wiUiout rice motrdin the 93th 94th Di Lieutenant John Srbbald from the Edin burgh to be 95th Secood Ijeutenont Donald MPherKjn to he First by vicr promoted in the 67th Foot Villiun rum the 83d to be Pint without purchase John to he Second by vice pro moted Robert to be pur vice Tth West India George to be without rice ijpouitedto the 71st Rolls Errairn Richard Wall be vice superseded Edmund to be vict Dillons to be vice promoted to the 16ti Sicilian Ensign Bartoli to be Lieote v lite of ych Gcorgcr Sn of Saint apt rn Onirge ot Villum late of and Edward of boibLiuc of and John j Wrtt of PARTNERS1T1PS of rorn 7ohn Stikerram and William Georje j Wil Totten Join of and Rd pain William of Powell anii IXCglil U31 ULM1 IU V turn vi 4 ituiiiup W vTfqu aiJU Spadsro who rcsijns Kiuien Balthazar tc be of Ni who resigns Volunteer Arbi to be iV vice who resigns Le vice 6th Garrison Eniijcn Walter from Glh to be vice appointed to the 70th 8th Edward Mockli to be promoted in the 47th id Royal Veteran f laniil fronrthe 9Ch xto bf 8d Alcirander the 3d Foot to be New iJnuuwiclc Major William from the 68th to b vice Fltzgcn ot memorable day it would be impossible to make any distinction In the zeal ardour of the different for all panted for the The vanguard and firtl how had the pood fortune to those points against the eneriij directed Lis principal and to to the yrreatbfcthey Had acquired in and The steady intrepidity displayed by the second through whose ranks the partyof re treating cavajry and the spirit and ness with pvshed forward against the who hid at that moment our is deserving of the The entire of the With the excep tion the party attached to the aboift three frdip being dvqr ForCe to a Hoqaialuiate for Ge were obliged to evinced the greatest steadiness and maintiiininij the allotted and keeping the enemys cavalry m It to be that our ca valry did not find themselves HI a situation to enable them to take advantage iofthe enemys disorderly flight across the plato these heights and the village of Carrxsijjejo a league in extent for had sir oandred horse charged die the have been most The vanguard of General BalleRetoss division is in lieht wPonly wait his to pursue annihiiate the discprnflteVi From prisoners we learn chand proclaimed af Salapiancajiis of to his of by tftro oclock on thousand peasant bfsi ofc army on parn bf or posse the heights by he projceeamg to destroy after having this The Irenqh General certainlyappears to have held this anny very cheap judgpgfrom his plan of far rom but to a certain witfy the greatest and with that intrepidity which the confidence of success etms jrere two regiment of have not returned ap ex pressed a deterxninadon of Ranging on the mys flanks as long as the caver of the a facility of so The number of the enemys dead already foind and buried amounts to upwards bf eleven no will be found m the woods lit Regiment of th Dumfries Militia to be 10th Mate DavM Taylor to be Assistant vice on Hth Ensijn Lunbcrt to vice Ensign Edward from Dillons Reji to be without ZOth Georpe ToTey to be Captain of a Com Canadian Robert to be vice appointed 49tli on ulfpay of ths FencHiles MnjorThtirias on halfpay uf the 1st Koot to be LituttiiintColonels in the HOSPITAL from lialfpay of the 6Oth to b to the Davl neral TMK KINGS critMAK LICIOM 2d Light Uifiiitry Citit Micilaihin to be vice Demn John William and Olchcr f Dvn a d John of FletcLer of Jt Jvrjp Himmi 3TTd Henry of OTd Bvfaris James of Juhn aitd Joseph of Taylor and Ceovge oil Tioruu and WllUam six t JUBILEE AT BANKRUPTCY Oeorje warehouse from Octobrr 31 to December at at BANKRUFrCV Samuel of timbermer James of to rur reader November1 and December at at the Scotch Carlisle and Henry William of December and at at the Rcyal i and Nowi London and WllHam of li November and Decemtcr a Cruchley ind William of Norpmber and December at the William Norwich William WUHam late of Old Novwnbtf and December at at md John of December and at GnildhalL Charles deilcr and Novemher December and at Guild by vice xvho 26th Thomas from the 47th to be Captain a via de Mth Thomas bom the Royal Cheshire to be SSth Aybner to be witlreut Ensign MUler to be vice Fiti 40lh Knijn Rowland from the Sth to be without vice prc 43d Hujh Mackay to be with out viie 47th Ensign from the 8th Gnrriion te be without vice Bhep promoted in the 20th 56th Leonard from the 77th to ke who 60th Brevet Major Junes Grant to be with out purchase Major from the New Bruns to be vice who ex Ensigns Leopold De WiUiarn WaBam r 1 Ma Edward of dealer and December and at the George Boston and Wil Randall and Jonathan dealers and November at at and December at at the Coach and Horses Thomas Thomas Lambert and Samuel of wool dealers and December and at at the WhiteHorse Lee and Leeds and Richard Ciian Richard Brookr of coal dealer and November at and December at at James Martin laie of daiher Of small deidcr and and December at at the Star Exeter and Jxifln of dealer and November DCCJ mbcr and at A VTr C New Joseph of dealer ind November at December at at the ttrownCow in and at thr Pack York and Thomas Dece uf November 2 and December at at Guildhallv Joseph of the dcairr November and December at GtuluhxlL Cajtt the 23th rfie antirvc sary of the electron to die throne of Bri tain of the immortal George He has heltf for fifty years reins of respflctiblo for and hrs He is Jia tTiircf rri narch in thit haS ulithtd year of his Proxirience undioiit granted him so mti lenda tocheck and overcipniothe Jhiefs of a Re the most and most formi dable recorded tbepage bf historj 7 Chiefs by their and have subverted the greater part of the govern and have threatened to do the to the other cf With respect to the latter they have deceived to ts tutelary of Grsat thanks to immortal George the vho M povor ful Vast and those means he lias called forth de grnti tude and vcneratitm of the nation he his suc coured against die lawless and infamous attempts rf The the brilliant cce brated in this capitaL by a salute from ths and all the ships of in for that purpose wefe declred with colours and Thcr ExcclLncies and the Eccvctaries of of Shis Mlv ahals of dined at the cfhs Excel lency Minitov of his Britannic vulio so him self to the Portuguese hy Idi and by his peculiar o our In the evening they all repaired to Theurn of where cuiogium pronounced en Ii Vemiora iic aftcrwards repaired to Xaional among other the greatest enthusiasm famous hymn of God saie into and ail oner up vows that this may rctuin for jxars to for our satisfaction and On the same at tinysix in the a nciij which was followed by h ot an which lasteJ or throe anti appeared to proceed1 in tiic west to re FRENCH AND DUTCH PAPER The Srixon Ambassador T this Robert Fretbairu and James of to mcet iii vho is cxp arrive it or deflcrs Novmurr ing TT T T7 and December at at and Maplesf i James of Shoner Tnrojmonon November and December at at George of Great Cold at at tne w mic ui James of at John of 67th the Hopourabte WUliarri Srojtb Bernard to be by vice promoted in tie 29th 68th William to be Captain of a Com deceased Mcllard to be Captain of a without purchase Ensign snd Adju tant John Herds to have the rank of Lieutenant Ensign Jojin Jackson to be vice North and Ensign Henry Stapleton to be vice MeUard vice deceased Volunteer David from the 2Cth vice deceased George vice Jackson Hay Mac Dowall vice be 69th Ensign John Smith to be without Norton whose appointment hat bocn can Dkto Lieutenant Robert fromthc 6th Garri son to be vice to the 71st Tilt Ensign William from the 7th West India to be without irke promoted John to be without for yice 77th from the 5Glh to be vice 78th Captain frofn halfpar of the late Rcjimcinj llf Captirn Ofa vke who in the liiy fir at at Robcn Tabrum and John Ute of ManI at at i of at ai the Henry of at at the Globe Ute of at at Henry of I at at James of at at j of at at John wood and William of j at a George of i toL at at the CornI Edward Clewer Irte cf Worcesterj at at Thomas ShcldcnX i ti i saivi i h the it the it twelve at John of of iwuuiu Ensign Johfl to be I Ijam hte of n vtrfimteer Charles MArthar to be vii 83d Diu Emslle to be vice deceaxd Endrh Bowles to be vice deceatea juhes Gent Tjet of His sets off this djy tn r which is to rran Tlie Ministers left town The 5 per with dividend frr m the 224 of are at 30 The English have pubished a IjttPr from Sscwar to th dant of ihe 29th in vhrch Sir Arrhur I regiment with a of French c have been taken by it from the F tie of Upon thib has the following note Our troops have no colours they hare The rejimeot from which the colours were taken isuotnam part of Lonl Wellington i dispatch Tim jretecded spoil made by the English in the rera is contrndicted by ths park so fir ii the ard wth o th bv the gdministrations of the x is than amuse th English Cardinal with his MaVty A Council of Ministers wns held there on the at which his Majesty We learn from a Vienna that the Archduke Charles continues to residu at hij Duke A from the 20th savs Several jqnadroris cf the 13th Mth regiments of dragoons haveanived They are on their march fcr the interior cf the We have not hitherto se3n any infantry corps cf the Trench anny in General who the different le gions of national guards zt has re le this
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