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Day (Newspaper) - November 16, 1809, London, Middlesex PIBUS II ED MQRNtXG AT SIX OCLOCK 4 NOVEMBER nuicy of Vwemyfive pounds per and to r Brooke trvirfcrxblc Free Particulan of lur i l hy i idr a ihf of i a prime svijvMne West ladies cord iev d an J stock in of Uie usuul I fOVENTGARDEN be SOLD brPJUVATt by a FIVE HtNDRED BOUNDSHARE in tie Theaire Covtnl entitling the Holder a clear An I French am Nv Javendish i i by order rUVrMiHOLD FURNI f aril canopy i be SOLD by PRIVATE i by of of whom Particu lars may be a Net GROUNDRENT 25L ac nun out a commodious substantial Brick Dwelling of three roomj on a with I and large in the most drillable part of with i tie Reversionary JntereW of the of three the j yearly THCINITY of be on V fer 21 or SO a commodious RESI recently finished In the immediate at a con including two of admira ble spaciou comfortable moniing and principal and dt tached Tery convenient domestic double and excellent fourstall productive gar and The whole hi most pence full am rh ui r plan n nl J rrrnu fine of unrl KureigO T hf of Car tile Ujy Will be Sold the HOUSEHOLD FIJRNI rrialujjany rn tt and rifeid Vair niUiocisy ish pantheon and other nu AMERICAN If an opinion is to be formed of the following it would appear that any thing but an of yflr differences may be looked At a General Meeting of the Republican Citi zens of the City and County of New convened in the pursuant to public no 2Sth 1809 HENKY Chairman JAMSS Secretary The following Resolutions were read and arrrecd to unanimously XortWidC and Whereas intelligence hud been received and f Manufactured and Unmanufactured that the Court and Ministry of Great iv in I1 and of Cabinetj Britain have rejected and disavowed the late set i clement made betweeri their regular sort i accredited Minister and OBT iv icr of naili Secretary of And in consequence japanned chain I of such official assurances as justified an erpecta ri r norriri sno othfr T v i S i i rt Yrics KiJritrnirmr uiii other I tlon at honour and good faith of that dtl a were solemnly by sufficient Hivulmn and To abstajn from farther unjust and i ftv effects1 S C settle coir differences upon and honour term in a manner as should becorri a Colkction of parole with the dignified character of the United a hanaCmTBay affording atonement for past L WJKj on White furnish the proper means of future security from a belief that overtures thus made by a regu lar rmd accepted tVife part of the and booKC si TT r Unucd vitli frankness anil tude vhicli evinced our towards the Powers at anil our desire to retain consistently with the preservation of our those relation to Griat which were provided Tor our own Cl s all and single of chamber and set m ilravirroom dining van n and miscellaneous the of the House nl in suptrb By at r of o vahnSic of William Junens Bri 6 qunnu EdwarcAss West V Lord Orfnnlj Shawi i iui numerous other all superbly late of Hano at i Tlus and following i u and very valuable COLLEC lccf UNRKDl KMKD eoropriilng pold tilver and metaJ i v nld fine rd ther and urariry Jewel iunci uf tfX rowi of coral fire XI pieecf of T u tment of icauiifi bedj and and lacnj apparel in priiiic bn of other HULL and at their near A Six Years by a mn 1 f a 3i1 with A Hrnwii neveti yrari t perfcrt huntc iy uf Ho of i N opp Days it valuable aid LIBRARY 1 of near lately dr a Tery of modern pulili 1 in all the departnc M of Surjery Medicine Natural his Grea Xew A N of rnnich India and of fonninR tbr Stock Milliner and removing from rt their oppoiitr Thu ind lour pO the Notwithstanding the op X in consequence of in thij of the 2H my plans will be proceeded shortly bniugnt brfore the Respectable paeons of patronizing this are rrcjiiestrd to c the during the houn of busi obv Icrtr icid to tlW STATE to be drawn in Hth IfllO of ii 4 20 90 100 15 This upon the same Plan tke last il Nutibers from 1 to inclujivel butlherr fce Fur Tickets of which will be wrerally pVri to whatever it drawn against such Number if 1 shotitd lc drawn a prize of Four Tickets of that Number will each be entitled to making in the Shmre vrillbccnti to their Tickcti and SharcJ arc oa Sale i i l security is now we longer enmist Burseifvcf td tEc honour of die English or even tp the assurtuices of its Ministers and perceiving the destruction of md un resisting that it remains for the ment to employ our invincible means to insure our own protection It is therefore That this Meeting en tertains a proper sense of occasioned by the multiplied and long continued injuries of the Belligerents of and that such irdig nation is now particularly increased towards Great on account of the deception and palpable breach of good which have been practised towards our adding re newed insults to incessant no longer to be And it is valuing the honour of our die indepen amd safety of our more than we regard private we ar Wiling to whatever may be deemed es sential to die general and are determined to support the Government of the United in Peace and in War in such measures as it shall judge expedient for die public And by the Constitution and Laws cf the United and of every other wellregu lated the power of determining upon peace or and the arduous task of devising such menures as are deemed most proper and ne for public are exclusively en trusted to the regular Thatit is the duty of evengood and faithful to respect and obey die of his country and to afford his utmost aid in en fr rctag such steps as arc taken to repel every fo reign That from die highlyfaroured si die great the natural means of and multiplied biasings of these United and from dieir ability to within dieir own every article necessary to subsistence and to comfort on the odjer the principal Belligerent Nations of and particularly Great is not only furnisiied by us with many of her most im portant and necessary but also an ei tensive and valuable market for the sale of her diereby supporting her manufac tures and and eonsequendy her ma ritime power the Embargo and NonIntercourse Laws were wise and salutary well cal when stricdy executed and to enforce redress of our and respect for our And inasmuch as a very considerable portion of many millions of American and many thousands of our fellow engaged in sea faring were abroad on the high or in foreign exposed and unpro that the Embargo was a just and neces sary measure of calculated to foreign Powers to revise their injurious and impolitic increasing the prospects of a successful and by gaining enabling the Government to consult the sense and wishes of the before it resorted to measures of greater extremity and because die resistance ana violations of die Embargo in a great impeded its salutary by furnishing foreigners with which was our interest and our duty to until they returned to die ojaserbvance of justice inspiring also a in conse quence of die existence of domestic our Government would prove nnable to maintain its wise and excellent inviting thereby an obstinate perseverance of injury en die part of the Boilfgerent Powers It further That we viewdiose acts of resistance and of violation with a spirit of high And whereas it has been represented tfiat a few evildisposed persons reside widiin these United eidiOr actuated by foreign in trigues or attachments or some other unwise and unwordiy mod haveimbibed a disaffection to our general uiiicn It That we hold the Constitution and connectiOTiTvhich bind die good people of these State towtjjer as one to be most That Wljp it is founded upon die plighted faith oi is die best and only safe security of our national independence and civil liberties and beqifise a dissolution of the American and a division into sepa rata us distinct and and frequently hostile nations in the would lessen oar means of resisting tbe regression of sub ject us to European and al liances occasion repeated war among produce die necessity of pamanent military esta exciting mutual apprehen aad arijmpsityj preservation of a republican produce many neceissfrily instead etiaWej by thedistance oi danger lie pacific and economical introduce oppres sive and impoverishing in destroy every promising profipectcf indepen and obtained by our Revolu tion It is arms in our in our we vhencvct defend die tuHliyf our country against every hostile every That whilCdpecannot fail to enter tain a proper sense ofijieflisappointment and in occasipisd con duct of die Bvijfish that cherish a in every department ihis new call for men will be treble has filled pJRICE SIXPENCE i ii It is iciicrully supposed that the is to remain here as French up their cup of The Hower of the army Anihu is cut The Imperial not onq out of j tku left Paris in April returned without the are to evacuate Vienna about of next loss of limb or severely ind subaltern officers urmy composed of thousands of whom lie took and never suffered to in violation of the of The conscripls wound and themselves to prevent Sir Thrrm Luvic thrown into prison and conveyed at four in the morning to Me of the last Treaty of Peace shall have a small fortification iuar Verdun his iaeen papers and no one knew lor most r i j i j L r j c L i i j ft is that men of the erand wicked breach of pood almost as wicked as JL I French army are to take up a partly in understand the Emperor Francis will uriive here on the IGtKof but diat his will not be ii being his intention to pro ceed to where the palace has been fitted up fur A considerable part of our already been blown but the the rest has been postponed until the ruly just ajict towardthe our detention of the treat our prisoners with uncommon cruelty diumbscrcw a chain round their necks and conducted from brigade to brigade nothing but bread no no no oftentimes without and put into full of chained often with galley slaves and other erimi This scveiky has many to enter into their service clothed nnd up a partly in in the army and partly Amsterdam It is reported that his Mijesty tle King means to proceed to Paris in die course of next The French Ambassador at our Court will accom pany We understand accord mg to a secret article of die treaty of Schoen passed through Meaux for They were a cuntribution of of norms re to me they would desert about 30 1 mains to be paid to the French 23 tninieaately on Napoleons which took he desired a mass to be cele No having been made Tor that it fell to the let of a poor who Irjnocned to be in the to officiate on the poor they entered into the service with no oilier view than running away ala I iear they will never A transport aboul the cud of Augwt foun dcred on her return trom commanded by Captain Me took to his boats one the and seven sailors the former upset close to and all A very heavy neither water or expecting to be upset every Finding it to ietch the bore up fcr French arrived near suffered dreadfully their tongues so swollcTi they could not put them out of their They verO considered 45 prisoners of treated preat liumanity by the Minister of and his but after that they were conducted from brigade to bri lodged in most horrid and only allowed to go fcur leagues Often was Collins obliged tostand to protect his young not from Above three weeks were they before they at to life people of Great ell to the world at and hap endeavours are di itnd securitj of our owji Powers at Britain and ai the legjri to object is topre and national pnivi J Widiout of the Ero pursvied ditri of in order to renew tcr ourillustrioujlafcChief in his a proper expression of appro the General RepublicanCommittee of this city be in a suitable to signify to him oor gratitude for the wisdom and integrity of his Resolved That we repose die same high confidence in die integrity and talents of James ani in the Republican Majorities of both Houses of the Congress of the United and that die General Republican Com mittee be also authorised and in die fullest to assure die President of the great corfidcace reposed in arid of our de termined resolution to support die Government of our the proceedings of this Meeting be published Tht Public Advertiser and The AVn York HENRY PIUVAiV The fulluwing is substance of private ters from articles are very quesj tionabk Buonaparte passed through Meiux on the 26di at three oclock he appeared un usuajly pale and fatigued j a handkerchief was tif d round his head on a cry of Vive Napoleon fife Rupercur he scarcely nodded his His baggage was on his route for Ba marchisg from all parts of the North of He goes after the meeting of the Joseph Buonaparte is to be King ol j Itnly Spain to be treated s a conquered coun divided into twelve Beauhamois is to be King of Poland that part lately wrested from the to form a part of the Not a light more than the ordinary lamps were seen at Paris on the announcing of although the ef a general joy and illumination no such thing die Parisians are as indifferent to any peace en the Continent as the Khann of They complain loudly of the Corsicans ambition pray for peace with with whom tliey are not It is the Corsican and those who are enjoying military rank and that are Ior war but they wish for There is no commerce Paris presents perfectly splendid misery a few and those by no means convey any great idea of Every trader readily carries his merchandize 2o or SO per for ready all cotton manufac augment in The theatres not half excepting die Bills are stuck up every night at and m the that the police are employed taking The fanners cannot pay their servants but in being so cheap and Where they v I ncrer was witness to so mach dis AND GERMAN By letters from Prague of the of it appears that the Tyrolese are in great force and The Austrian Peace is most unpopular in Aus The Empress of Austria was the lite and soul of the Austrian Her illness pal sied erery AOuveJler Toulon at aspires us that he sRwthe French fleet sail from that It consists of 17 sail of dis of different and many The Minister of Marine is just and die Emperor is expected in a few The report of the death of die Empress of Austria is fortunately to be false her Ma jesty in a state which leaves but and elated widi a ring of considerable value for his The Emperor also granted a pension of 600 livres to the widow of the Lite who fell victim to the extreme exertions he made for the benork rf the sick and wounded in die French LieutenantGeneral Koseritz advises from that the French General VaufaclanJ has cgmmunicated to him the official intelligence thit the Tyrolese are willing to lay down their Correspondent of We Hare received here the official late Minister at is appointed for Foreign in the room of Count 3 Last week there was a noble fuhunt in the neighbourhood of of sport strveral Gendemen of that place and of par took widi great The animal being 3 afforded n smartly contested run of nearly miles he at last up as he was coming out cthe near Snaygill toll by Jcnas of It is of that this modern NimroJ is G8 years of and has been a genuine sports man upwards of 50 His favc rite which he is 27 years and stone blind during the cleared a siifeet fence with the preateit O EdwardArmytagci pre sented the poor of Market sevjn teen guineas to celebrate the thus crowned the manly sport1 of the field witli a welltimed act oi On Thursday Lieut sells foehounds unkennelled an near in Curnb ten oclock in the At sta a by Colonel old ros a he then took the rivulet which t e the east of to river till he entered county of Durham he nc directed his course crosot d part of Tvne and up Ousbyfell to and was ami in view of the upon a bed of near the top of close by a Gentlemans I is supposed tlut the chase about forty i yet it did not list longer two hours and a Thomas near at the inanv a His Excellency the Prince of Neufchitel and and the staS of die ars still The Prince ii employed in pointing out to the divisions of the diiferent corps of the army the pobilions tliey are to according to die orderj of the The division of General arrived on the 22d at whence he proceeded towards in his way to e are dial a courier has thar General Wrcde entered that on the We have also received the sam intelli gence by letters from The ratifications of die Treaty of Pence with Sweden are not yet The English merchandize at in Sweden conform ably to the to be considered as Swedish According to some the army in Mol davia has again gained some signal advantages over the Turks According to the late treaty with Sweden will continue to trade widi Finland on the same footing as The debts of the kingdom of Sveden amount at present to riidollars This valuation is j to whom they gave pay and after pir On 17th of this month was received at him to ir ni Elsincur the strange intelligence from die that Admiral Saumnrez has entered the port of back to and t otlecar with five ships of the and some gentlemen h J the pleasure c While waitdie confirmation of this kiliine poor uear Harlcy I gerous though 1 years of Ai ter the the and were all hoipiMbly regaled hy the of of It is die abovemen tioned sporting veteran at tended the anmwlhunt at Temple county of on the in at the death of three A few days John of War we are lost in a thousand conjectures widi space ran over in this cculJ not be than jvionjay th Members of Lord respect to die probalile of this unexpected It in whedier the want cf fresh TQursleys Hunt dmed togctlier for the first time jn at the Kings in Glouco1 his Lordship in die The full s C0elc lined widi having he hurt baif walscccat and The is a scarlet coat witli a black ct water obliged Saumarez to enter Swedish port whether he meant to a stay there cr whether he has some motive ot still higher which we cannot yet divine F According to the last letters from a1 cannonading was heard there the day before yes end cf is a fox die button the same terday from die from one in the afternoon till the It was presumed that die galley staghounds were tumd cut oft fleet and the enemys had been for in pretence of a lumerous some days at anchor near Westemoes nad come The animal scected for the to an There were also above j a remarkably fine now hree enemys ships of the line a from t a he die Baltic had before case anchor near The of die is seriously irJUpcssd widi a ccrvouii through Cashiobury die seat of die of where lie took soil in a sheet of in his Lordships called five ago ne was hunted OTW snd precisely tlie same course

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