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   Day (Newspaper) - November 25, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PI ISSUED MORMAG AT SIX NOVEMBER PRICE SIXPENCE 3 KYAr i i i i f the PRINCE tc tinfttuij 5 INDIA TV English brigs are at Marti H V a I ai r thr the houie a 1 Ur tb i and d to 1uMic if whkh will be of iuJ tirif k his N r VJ V 13 u if u 01 i vj jnv of to IHL the Car i1 Q i dcirjhv i convri ip Ii t eight aid wt of i of tin he rVd FAMILY a gning into Furniture quirc of to have been recently captured one off Ioint and die other off by the privateers of and both cinicd into Besides thj French schooner a national ves sel carrying two long brass 12pounders and four c 110 there are two other piivaterr fitted out and now u The rowboat privateers of that lately attacked under the lee of the stli KIK r of which beat them nnd Yesterday his Majestys brig fronr Fort and from at this anchorage and remain with the men of as per that four French armed en are momently expected at with The hue ami wrne other have been jcnt to look out fbr AnivoJ his Majestys brig from and renuuas with the At hates Sabsequent accounts from Pierre to those from Port re porting the arrival of three French arm ed en at contradict that re that no such arrivals have taken Thf captur of a letter of marqtw schooner frcni fijaujl with a cargo of bound to by the Hazard sloop of i men b in arrival this and stated to O i Habcrca1 i LD an t d i lev thi Ulodprr thr nii7 b To be in tie thf K i very low S nnd Jt thiUtKias pelt bt Kunhrr k by to Auc i and DOCK Oi KICTTO BE SHARES in he nvlon and Hurl aud Iltrks intinJod i tci aid Canals Sfrjnd and t jrrl S or Ni v with Hcr for i c 01 tttiij i 5 U V ri will fviv i jarnvts 5 huvi mtu Pierre on Wednesday kitchen if e Vo mat Now Bov Brickbuilt 10 lie hv PRIVATE CON the with Cirly kJjgdtfully Thr PrrmiieJ two sfris liiifli thref jr arw gr di If V tti i i th wh ho in thr Futuary itimUrn fv one of i hi MJ ro jnd of the Autio C O A SE or a s MOLD Brick DWELLING HOUSE ru c at 1adyday rrspcrrably of for iof Sijinora Siorirr mprUing foU t futr jitcpincroTirih on he i rlosi t P thcftrfi a noble r Ircncb vindcwi vitb folding 1 tij tistrfully fined up on a dningricrr MS to bioplast gorJ ci d up cupboards watercloset on a convenient froor ittecj w i a WH a and ercrl i iri frxmt two arched coat r in back jn i of La Frenh privateer has cat turtd the shoonr of and sent her into Guadaloupe and also the brie from Martinique bound to anu sent to he same She had likewise cap tured the Sir George from bound to hat which has since been by the Fawn tltoy of and carried to her port of The on the made an attack with her boats on a brie lying under the batte ries of Mary supposed the and succeeded in cutting her from her but as she unfortunately grounded in bringing they set fire to her af ter they abandoned the enemy succeeded ifl and pot the vessel The enemy at Guadaloape has not only aug morted his but thev are now kept very aciively cruiiing among all the islands to and capture without Ame ricans ai well as The schooners Louisa and both of the former have lately neen captured by but the for mer was afterwards given up to the Captain and Supercargo of the the latter i tabtured bv the sheet would contain suffice it to that at day breakthe next to our great when we were drawn up in erpectation of another was no enemy to be having re treated at leaving a few columns and some cavalry to deceive These were in motion the a great bustle in carry ing off their prevented us from suspecting their red it bemr impossible to discover any thing with from the extreme dark ness In the action we could not have lost kst than 6000 killed afitT The enemy must have lost considerably as our artiflefy played on their columns while theirs played on our action was brought on a Bill of the result necessarily that the case would remain ani the plaintilF gun his raose without further He confessed that he was himself ifl the at of drawing similar conclusions bu he believed there were few instances in which there rhore just grounds of than in the transactions so carried in the course of in for ot conve recourse KaJ u1 and and uas pro He theu sen t him to irviued the t eombs ife r About two at tor On ouJ to be boatswains r ins she sailed On their return they and while on cd the Captains Mesv tbey returned Siei to be re THE LATE DUKE OF The Duke of from his his awl even from his Connected with the Revolution of much jnore than from bis vigour of or talents public bosinesijhjw acted a very conspicuous part during the last iff on the theatre of the po ft till the de cease ef tfce in mg Bills of in lije prac of which helsad no doubt many very vnoufriuJs were i practised with The present ht Was a convincing proof of the justice j of his He then thit the defend1 his had applied to a cf the name commission re llu e hewjftthought by Foxt and to bf more than that of Lord Lieutenant of Bvt demise of the and the Ministerial convulsion that followed com pelled his adherents to put the Duke of Port land at their bead He was made nominal First Minister in 1785i when the famous coalition into power j but dje real and all the in resided with Lord and particularly the were only passive instru ments in hu His memorable East India conceived with more vigour ihih prudence or courtly soon precipitated the Ministers from their and brought Pitt into of The Duke Portland remained at the sad of opposition fcjr nine till the rXipture originating oat of die ore in pieces the battds of private and political roity uxai had so between Fox and The Duke ot after some irre and many to reunite joined the and took office under From the Duke in park of royal and ministerial which Hove of Bis naval victory oyer the the 1 st of thai Mttereco cvohafenary one oTtbat Though altogetSer1 destitute of anS almost ol uttering a syllable in the or the which it bedtoe his duty o introduce into tbc House of the Duke j no means The productions f his pen were and always to the It is n6t too much to however incredible U may to those do not know the that he a letter than either Ktt or with i TVX will be price NUMBER of THE I O tvUICHAKJJ ClMBKU of whom r hvjkvUrrs mat be had tht tbret j S will be tn the PURE KINGDOM of GREAT BRITAIN tbr neeesitycf a f of thh of thereby sufwf ai pij hv JOHN VAN t Society of Trading to tbr Con piivluVieJ price in his Pan of iJl cotirarrI with the C a near tbf tins publication noticed in the terra of tii innre iunhy ot By i careful i will biinformed of particulars int niraUy i htviiution in pronouncing Ir T m and iu Itt and a thoroofh knowledge t laid before the ce thv vey iail quality of Strn complaint of it induced his rtiicld Cnre near of who his Urf near I of hor with l to hii inoM ardent u on f to out M the Wolo Iir rwkinp tlnm so miuh a cloier teturc than the virious cu fur that avc utf of in the oi vel the Fur will come whirh has coraplfttntd of AS well as their ukirg a Fi Seiwirul will retain tiieir and fV the if own he ihiro the Pcruj to stamps and ii rtic country should number cf inches round the ci the attention of lr moie Tho following is of a letter from an OTufr of tlic SSth to his the morning of the for some the greatest silence prevailed all the ca valry fnrnKd in a on our Immediately on their Ining a most heavy from 26 mortars and opened on every side of particularly on die which obliged thtm retire for some Mean time un were advancing on our where the uvu Laualioii of the Guards were who immediately came to the Ro man array never t resented more anxious specta tors concerning liir fate of the than we txit soon was the seperiority of valour for they soon broke the first which immediately and display ed a second a stcond disclosed a and thus they continued charging and beating till they overcharged and were very nun h cut During all 1 dreadful at of a numerous was made on our with every on the part of the ol turning and gaining the most important Here were posted the Kings German taken very immediately very great confusion ensued the Germans gave way we being next to were immediately ordered to support and the 29th regiment here gained the greatest giving with the greatest a well directed vol and immediately after a which de stroyed their hopes for this having com pletely routed and half annihilated Here the hardest of our regiment having chieflr re suffered in the loss of men and officers w I speak of our it is pain ful to me to mention what drew tears from me when I heard that Graydon was dan gwously wounded but consolatory it is to re that he dted a most When we were ordered to stand to pur Gray ever the most anxious and brave m the in the act of waving his and er honing his company in received a bal in the bottom of his It was not knovn for some hours when he was conveyed to an nor did I know it till ueit day When I went to see J found him quite recon ciled to death upon telling him to keep up his that the surgeon had hopes of his reco he asked me If I ever knew him to be pu oi The surgeon that whenever he heard a shot he always cried Charge them Charge them He died in a few hours after When it please God to call may ftis death be In his regiment he has left character of a warmhearted and truly a brave and an excellent officer i a his country bas to lament the bravest sol his regiment its greatest and tb mort sincere I have only said what every Oifker in thr regiment daily continues to espresso shall cease giving you o gallant as all would fill more than pwIa a which we are doubtful whither jxssteriry will or from the isolated and which has bttn given as a pecimen to the Possessed of a thousand prjvate which ustly endeared him to his tfiV Duke of ortland wanted that esprit that noble economy and without which no brtune can suffice for its Though en oying all the immense accumulations of the Ben the and the he was always in Even the renewal of he Marylebone which he obtained from the as pan of the price of his abandoning and joining though it may enrich his de yet could not enrich Over his ministerial in quality of first Lord of the it would be kind towards his me mory to draw a and characterised from its commence ment to its In as he fairly told the when be accepted the he could only briHg a mind and a body enfeebled by dis ease but as they be laid at lis Majestys to be employed or used by in any way that could conduce to his royal These were his precise expressions and no man will deny that they evinced an un bounded more perhaps becoming a characteristic of a A period of British certainly elapsadT March The Duke morea spectator than an The repeated attacks of a cruel and incurable disqualified himlatterly for any corporeal or intettecwaL He was doomed to see expeditions idly fitted and shamefully finished by fighting a This most disgraceful exhibition of ministerial dissensions and intrigues for together with the know ledge and part that the Dukfr was accused of taking in by his concealment of the embraced to dismiss Lord Castlereaghj unquesti onably aggravated his and his He will not be ranked with tbe Buf the or the who have verned this country nor even with the or the wcr i ois iiitu ajjpiicu A i vnt of who a kind of discounter by to get a Bill of Hxchange of his own land to ihe sun nio nng j at discounted xfor and in order to make the i rived matter appear more it was agreed that i ing C Marsh should draw on the defendant fur the took by the which he was to These terms having been complied Marh went to the with whom he had some and him the bill to said he had no objection to comply thcv went to the F her husband received i winch he i L Lfiiig ordered to if to return home toIre tb care of thir two with from Cnptain Karty on Satui ar any pctsun 1vith this request provided Marsh would allow liiin to deduct 901 the balance of an account pending between them to tliis Marsh a the plaintiff appoictcci to call on the en g in order to receive a check for tbc dif ference between the Dill of Exchange anJ chc laid 901 but on his coming at the the plaintiff refused to perform his un advised less Marsh would agre to suffer him to deduct a got to the last juc further of the ballance of another aci to agree count which Marsh ulso had with To this along the Strand proceed the morning to Sbfi slept at the railed in tlie mcrning a t ur tlie ciach starting at She got up when she wi and waiting tor the coach the o Martinslarjc hostler to and her the couch was nearly and to him 5 she did o a tew but i being lost oh when the prisoner and Another man accosted antl said they were going by the coach she anil as the COJLC would top at three places befoie K got orF the was very with till they ch she was enough and as she the contrary she prisoner and of rl his had three halt rjsccutiiv did not take any milk oJ a woman atthe propositionMarsh would not and the It has since been ascertained th7 up Drury plaintiff refused to return the unless his terms and stopped at the Black Boy public house were complied Marsh afterwards sent a persop who tendered the two sums ol and to the and desired that the bill of the 1 defendant might be returned to him the would not comply with his but declared his resolution to keep the bilL In the usual course the bill became and oo its beuig public in which tendered for payment to the defendant he refused they told her the last puce the coach called to honour on the ground of value never having at and they asked her to treat them with some To reaver the which she agreed She put her bun of the bill the present action was The i die on the in eipecruiion of the coach coming Learned Serjeant if he was able to sub The prisoners companion took her bundle 1 o gin hat d Altor the prisoner and his companion had dranktheir they conJncced her to the Cock in stantiate thess the Court wouSi i on his she supposng he was taking it to the In a few minutes the prisoner toll her the other man had run away her bundle1 The pri soner said he would run after him and him cut of the but Jorkirn the prosecutrix concur with him that the defendant wss entitled td a In corroboration of this statement he Marsh and the person sent to demand the bill and tender the balances alledged to be j back he then ran who by their testimony fully proved the correct ness of the case stated by the Learned In this was left in one ot the most sho kiug Serjeant for the by cross ous neighbourhoods in and the evidence of on attorney I ing where she or a single person in named endeavoured to prove that Marsh had tendered the bill in question to the inpayment of the debts du by the said Marsh fctmrf tod JUdM that having received instructions from Nealeto sue Marsh for the two rants of 90L and 4SL Marsh had tokl him that the bill of the present defendant paid to Nealein liquidation of such Serjeant Best therefore that if this was the of which he had no the plaintiff was fully justified in tys Sir MANSFIELD was of thnt if the Bill alluded to had really been tendered to plaintiff for value received for the debts alledged to be due by most certainly he had a legal right to demand payment thereof but if on the as Stated by no such offer or proposition had beea and value fiad not been received for then the defendant was not bound to par it when pre The decision on die justice of the he should leave to the His Lord ship then summed up the and the Jury having considered a short returned a ver dict for the and robbed of whole of her property this brought her into such a distracted state that she toot pen knife firom her and cut her throat n surgeon was and it was that the knife hid not netratad deep enough to endanger her The wound Was sewed she is in a fair wa of doing She in jutiiisation of her rash lose her life as her that she might money arul nest sailor took forlorn an ho upon ancttoctk ADMIRALTY DOCTORS her to where she fared as beand his wife did during and they made up a bed for On Monday honest Jack went with her to several pawnbrokers to inquire after her which had boen The wife sailor requested her not to return there v as they were in such bad neighbcurho life would be in and she would r the bouse being set on Afiei haj made many fruitless he v her to the above where Treaty belonging to to investigate the basiness for and under his and prosuted her a hab TreaJway traced out the two public hous ju fni n i TJT o ir t Were they stopt and at the Cock pub The Right isir WirMAiJ ocorr has ad s LAW COURT OF KWQS This was a day for bearing special arguments in several were but in the only one that was in any degree of public judgment was The subsequent motions were all matters of COURT OF COMMON AT KEA1 This was an action brought by the plaintiff to recover the amount of a BUI of Exchange accepted by 9 Serjeant far the ob that it leeined to be an accepted notion amongst the Geutlemefc tt the that if an ed the following this case the Court as stated in our last re oulaia die that one of the men s and that he was a no know the parish he belonged to the was an from Vice Admiralty Court of the sh Act c t other man who him thfy oidy knew senteixre of e niduired at several con1 c 1 and at him to belong to ip andtufko for a of the f i jiu r K r and him on Mon i he Court after examining K L i B dnv mgntjoa ms in in the the was of tlut the sentence ftf the Court below was and accordingly affirmed the SwcdisTi vesi sei was discovered by Perseverance and deserted her and these smacks were in the very act of towihg her into harj when the Mariner gunbrig took possession Yesterdav r 1 rfm wno witii ne pr y two Lm r knowing who the m a complete her P i was to be c the unJerncnt an exami when he acknowledged being of the with the bui denied in or where ommitted for further a carman ot the name of was for which service a claim also of salvage j wus charged by two Oncers of named set Tlie Court pronounced thetwo with obstructing then in the execu fishingsmacks to be entitled to twofifths of the j Uun of Jc value of the after deducting the ex and allowed the gunbrig not con1 sideting her service as absolutely par Thomas a belonging to the was broutrlit to charged with being concerned with another j man not yet in robbing Caroline hie upon that his cart was loaded with unlicensed from a place near the Philanthropic build Georges and was stopped in by die officers v hero ihe yrijorer made a which in p irt This beinq a strong the revenue he was held to bad to answer to the charge at the suing Old Bailey his employers he ld not wife of John boatswains mate of his Majesty5 brig of banknotes of 20L and to the amount of about and in nine valuable and odier womens wearing The circumstances attending roboery are of a deeplaid daring mid very They are as follow The prosecutrixs husband was some years since a steward on board the in the West India till about five years when he was pressed on bcjard one of his Majes tys from which he was removed to die on board of whkh he was promoted to be a in which situation he remained about a year and a when he was removed to the I appeared before William to answer to a charge preferred against him by Seymour of Queens who that tjve defendant was a ledger hii and whilit they were disputing about some ptcuiiiury matters on the preceding he repeutedly struck by the in a most violent which he ed so sovere a blow in one of ins that there was hope of his recovering his Tire acsauit being fully substantiated by the of several The de fendant was tij to bail himself with two sureties of each to tn the com pkint at the ensuing Clei ken veil Sessions   

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