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   Day (Newspaper) - December 7, 1809, London, Middlesex                                ITIiLISHED EYKUY AT SIX DECEMBER PRICE SIXPENCE L with I1K rPS to deliver Coach CL i v rv so Can well recumrHendcu itv v in S P R U C E FIR transplanted LARCH and TRUCE fer to be disposer of on rca of at the fUd at the Jolly near Bag s iirXnKhD CUIXlAP in Advertisement WAS issued HIOi COJRT OK CH about tli Next cf containing tbe r i reference to a Maitef r produce the o furnish the pities concerned with i enable them proceed by due ii ti ivc the above provided Iwilti led to a retnvery if the ti v jtuiKlert SALES BY THIS Thirty Pair of new Witney taken Kiflfs nujt Household 1 at his spacious Auction Rooms the SouthWest corner Of Lincolns at TWO Huiidnd Lots of genuine i J comprising bedsteads and beds and I ipd claw and I thirty pair uf bed be T P n thic Last Lottery the r in Sli I I I rs f heoutstanding nt ixrcnnpr them fpr Tickets I i which ij on the sime ar containing fQ particu o 5 hi lt Priifj of Modern Wearing at hii at r HE fLhionable HOUSEHOLD JL FURN the property of a comprising a drawingroom in chintT Grecian and brilliant pier and chimney hand some fonrpost and French canopy bedsteads and seasoned capital cabinet articles in pillar and chxw dining tablev and breakfast dttnvptrtonr and Brussels and other two piano a few articles of wearing select and and various Fiiubury HULL and at their nrar A BAY Six Years by Sir a pood a remarkable high and j rides well on the A Bay Gelding sii years otdK by a rood hunter and Abo ptunbcr of of well bred coiuUting of Chaise Mith Sir James Bnins rhc rf h IrieniU i he Scheme of r which FORTY CAPITAL the whole to be icv claims of Uit divklxd amoLgSL 1 i 1 I 3 to and I en in to really an iucrJiblc is rcmeved to t KOI AT wTitten by Waller RodweD T r s price T a applause by the Iru ib b f Self Percival Au lvlitvJ f IT Crosby VJcrc may Adelfritha orThr A By Price IN K price rf CASKS nrjjued and determined HIGH COURT of from 1778 Of the Ipoorl Barriter at Prntcd for Law Bell and Lpper I ii i Royal price 4in RVTOXTS of CASES argued and determined the HiOH COURT ol from 29 to H by FRANCIfi Of Barriwer at Icirfon Printed for Law BeD Tcxikhr and Opper SECONU EDITION OF Tru price in A S of LETTERS to a MAN of on the Setde ard n EDWARD Of at for JaroEsVstrect Royil Zxckingr B Iemplcbjr and Upper This Day was price A SUPPLEMENT to the FIFTH EDI i f rhe BANKRUPT pointing out the i irs the late Act of Sir Romilly has created By WILLIAM Or for Law Bell ard Upper i b Of whom may be T m 2 royal price in 3 royil price 2L in 1 v b ing the of LV1TLETON revised and Adtlitioiii of and and Nltitof LorAChief Justice and Analysis of in in thv Notes of the latter rf Judicial snbso The almost entirely by Charles John of Lincolne Iin Prime for Clarke and Viced Upper i Day Is clnely printed in One 12mo pricc in NOVA LEGUM AN a Complrte Catalogue of Ijw compiled and corrcctedto By WILLIAM REI Printed for Law Bell and Upper A v of Law Boots being macb i r indKi d to one upon a plan en be fuuna not inferior aidntiliTto any of the 1 Catalojnes hi rui It is that the advantage of the will be apparent the whole being so ar tf the to at one VTV mjy thj subject of his particular study Fnr a New hrtn the I o and Additions to the present T OVKLASS on WILLS and INTESTA CHS in a and fanirliar r ir how a m3 i laniily or RdatiojiB will be entitled to and Personal the Laws of and of City of LondoT and Province of oon and Fonns every to and his own Win like EiLcutors bow to act after Ac proxirg his taking upon thera jetting in the and paying DebU Printed Inner Teaiplehne TempleBar and Upper On Author continues to and oans Latin Court and other at be made to or Red roomy substantial Dwelling at at A Very desirable LEASEHOLD RESI situate the corner of Red Lionsquare consisting of three rooms on a and with convenient domestic has been lately repaired and fitted up at a coosidenible The excellent House hold Furniture may be had by Meadow and Arable pjrt bounded by a fine stream of at in A FREEHOLD com prising upwards of tweiityrwo acns of excellent ara ble and meadow tying in 1 nnd adjoining lands of the and the oil neir tbe in the parish of a short distance on the south side ot the road to In ponession of near and upwards of ISO Acres of and Wood I tying at nt in one A Compact and very desirable FREEHOLD Little White End situate in the parish comprising upwards of 116 acres of meadow and arable m eiceflent and divided by thriving with a eood farm three cart and vinous two with farm and utack ymrds in possession of James whose lease expires at at a low old Also four acres of wood stocked with fine thriving timber in situate between Rlckmanswofth arid about five from the ana three from the a fine healthy command ing fine viewsof the and Capital Man sion Offices also a Smaller House in By at Gang at in Three A Capital FREEHOLD com a spacious roomy DWELLING desirable situate in comer of appropriate for a Family of or k Fam Uy for wfaiih purpose it admirably adapted containing on the cha chimney two oressi and pnndptl and teconday j entrance kail inclosed by folding vestibule or coital and with door to the In tbe basement are all requisite detacked capital areas wii rrumerous in Princes a Freehold ccmpact and substantial contains two rooms ori a with convenient and which may to the and form a capital Residence for a Urge In a mews at back of the is a double fivestall with and mans room private passage to an extensive washkonse and ana shed it the To Proprietors of Circulating J3y at bis and following at 11 oclock of the forenoon of each by order of the r A Law and valuable COLLECTION of being Part of tha entire Stock of a Bank rupt consisting of several thousand volumes of IB every branch of both ancient and modern among which are many unique and with some very valua ble chiefly in good preservation also collection of choice and valuable books of atp Companys Livery Building Iron Reposi and and about 160 YartU of Blue London CREATON and at in by order of the THE excellent MATERIALS of a snbstan 1 titJ and wenframed LIVERY about 130 feet in capable of containing one hundred with Upwards of a thousand fcet bead ana flush framing and for back and front with and and suitable iron for the convenience of fixing and with framed circular and about 160 yards of fiveouartcr and eight quarter blue for covering and linings would be an tliribls purchase for the frequenters of fairs or race Also tie the covered with boarxl and in which it has been a wrougnt iron with capital rock for a strong a few lots of new siipsnnel and other serviceable By at the Gamcks THE LEASE of a neat HOUSE and being for an un expired term of 19yean and subject to tile trifling rem of SSL per Tbe rfoose good kitchen and a convenient shop and four bed cham and two garret Tbe situation U the Theatre ana the Shop pamcnurs may or at Great RusseH Leaseiiold mtf cbl on N SU lrom to the at 1 1 THE modern genteel 1 eluding hwdKMne fomypwt and numerout effBCtv ooowaaers o and by in Two Prfct DwEL row in the parish of St JmrAj J TUe wnple are Inepod per are tet of A tnnuni j rcot SALE BY THIS to tnd Imple of Household on the This by Vftmoo of the THE neat and genteel HOUSEHOLD FUR valuableand extensive Stock 01 1 Jtrgf brewing of ROURT a The Stock six toas of rod tod cottage cool sauce German coflee and all sorts of smiths NEW NOVELS AMD by where Country Bookie 11 en may be supplied on the most tibtrral THE CONVENT of JL A In 2 The Discarded A 4 TODV by Eugenia De The Ruins of A 4 Manfrone The Onerhanded A By Mary 4 i Ctrlibia Causing a A in two Written by Captain Tommsfaanswer to Seraphlna a Winter In A In 3 By c The Exile of 2 The Mysterious Florentine 4 Caroline of A Gothic Legends Legendary A In a few dap will be The Wife or a Model for A in 3 And The Earl of Des An Irish in S TO AJjlD o Thii day were in a handsome price neatly TABLES of at four and a and five per from It to and frotri one to 365 in a reBulaMWogreision of single with at these fromone month to ten years Tables shewing the Exchange on or Commission on from to 5 per The Seventh carefully By JOHN Accountant in A few Copies may be had on royal price Edinburgh Printed for Archibald Constable and Edinburgh and ant John Of whom may by the tame The Universal Calculator or and Familys being an entire new and complete Set of adapted for Dealers in every Branch of by wholesale ft and all shewing the Amount or Value of any Quantity of frorfi one to ten thou at all the various from one in regular to thirty in 400 HBRrent A new carefully price J The same with iq regular progres to twenty Shillings and Tables of Interest from one Day to and from one Month to A shewing the number of from any Day in one to the same Day In any other Tables of Com mission or fromK to 5 per A new carefully price f Throughout the above tke calculations are en tirely in no been transcribed from any ether book and uncommon trains have also been in attending the by the Authort personal revisal of each and for the accuracy each copy has the fol lowing certified by his own hand The warranted Coirectnesi and established character of the Authors bjm to inform the that no copy of any of them but what is signed by the Authors own FHOM THK LONDON The following letters from West and have been transmitted by Lord His Majestys Ship at Anchor off 29th July have the honour to inform yoti an ene mys convoy was observed yesterday morning standing along the northern shore towards and being of opinion that by anchoring the Ex cellent as near that shore as her safety wouldv might enable me to cm off the enemy from his destined I immediately weighed and took up a position This m6Ve ment had the desired obliging the enemy take shelter in a port four leagues to the northwest of In the afternoon a coaster was brought on board by the Excelletits which informed me the enemys convoy was composed of six gunboats and several vessels laden with Conceiving it very practicable to capture or destroy them in their present at ten detached his Majestys sloops Acorn and which you did me the honour to put under my with all die boats of the Ex under the direction of Lieutenant John the first to perform this ser At midnight a very heavy cannonade was seen in that which in a short hour when I had the satisfaction of seeing a rocket go which announced to me a favour able issue to the At noon this day his sloops and boats detached returned to this having with them the whole of the enemys convoy which they captured the preceding Enclosed I have tht honour to transmit to a letter 1 have received from Captain of his Majestys aftd senior officer on the command of this together with a return of killed and wounded in his Majestys sloops and boats employed in as likewise of enemys vessels and prisoners made in the execution of The very and complete manner in which this service has been performed by Captains Cleptane of his Majestys Acorn anil and Lieutenant John Har per in commandof the boats of hisMajestys ship my highest admiration every and I am individually distinguished Of the meritsof LiaitenantJohn an officer of fifteen years I speak lit terms of sufficient praise his conduct on this as qjj many former was ma of a most ex perienced and I Signed JOHN Hit Mafctft Shtp off b with the greatest satisfaction I have to inform that that the service you did me the honour to pat under my has completely executed bythe boarding and bringing under a yery faeayy all the gun boats and merchant wnjth had shelter un der of About covered by the fire of his sloops Acorn and the detac nreut under the orders of Lieutenant John first of the pushed on and in aTJout half an hour complete possession of the enemys at per enclosed I take the liberty to express my high sense of the conduct of Captain Marklandof the both by hh leadfng into a place so little and by the welldirected fire kept up by It would be the highest presumption in me to by any praise of to add to the merits of Lieutenant which are so well known to yet I conceive it a most indispen and likewise a most to ex press my greatest admiration of the gal and determined manner he performed die aboVe with so inferior a and like wise Of the judicious and soldicrlfke con duct of Captain Curuminps of the Royal by taking post on shore with a small party of his entirely prevented the enemy annoy ing our people from the nagged preciftces sur rounding the while m the act of the Lieutenant Harper speaks highly or the great attention and good conduct of every officer and man under his Permit me to add how much pleased I am with the conduct of the officers and ships company of tha it being the first time I have had the honour to carry them before an i The loss the enemy sustained could not be as but it is conjectured they had from twenty to thirty killed anii and tvrelve made Our though comparatively I much regret a list of which I I S spied John Captain of His Majestys ship A Return of Killed and and Royal board His Afiyestys Ships Acorn and and tilths SoaU of kts Mujesiy s in fiction with Enemy in Port on tkt Aiigkt of the 28th of July None killed or Katty severely Peter since dead Robert slightly James ditto Peter William slightly Ben jamin Signed Commander of His Majestys sloop Lift of cajttnrtd by the Baati under Hie artlen of Lieutenant John of the on tlte hlgkt of the SStA gunboats of the Royal Italian of three 24 and 80 tons complete in TKree of three and 60 tons complete in Compienrnt of Afm in each One two three fif teen Total Ten Trabaccolas or from 10 to 20 laden with and wheat pnp cargo of flour previously taken 9eaeff f Commander Retnm of Prisenrrs taicen mtt of Fettels captured iy the of tke and in Part m tht Night of the day of Three two of which Seamen and Soldiers several one of whom since Signed Commander of his Majestys sloop DECEMBER ViceAdmiral Lord Collingwood has trans mitted to this office the following reports of cap cnres made fcy ships under his Lordships com A letter from Captain Aysccrugh of the Suc Jjiving an account of the capttire by the boats of that on the SOth of off Ce of two French one mounting nine carriage and four with seventy eight and the one and twenty A letter from Captain Pearce of the Hakvon stating the capture on the SOth of of the Anna French of nvo guns and fortysix twenty days from without making a And two letters from Captain Rosenhagen of the giving accounts of his having on the 6th and 20th of captured two ene mys the Annunciate and one of twoguns and forty and the other of six guns and sixtynine Edward of at atthe Globe Rox of Winch at GuUdhalL Andrew of corn atelevenv at Edward Wblt more of at at James of linen at at Arthur of at at Guild Joseph Johnson and John of Twicketts and Thomas of at at Lon Charles of linen John of Lower at at the White Hart John of Co at the Rings CoTcn Edward of White at at George of Great Cold linen at at John of at at Peter of at at Patridt of at at the White Lion Dirk Jeao Vander of Saint at itOnildalL Thomas of at at Charles of trurA at at James Ro bert and David of at at the Dec Charles Stokes of at at John White an3 of of eheese late of Robert of Reading Robert of and John of Harry Hale and Harry Hagjard of Thomat ofthe Balls and Francs late of earriert PARTNERSHIPS WjnUm Baldock andjohn or wharf Joseph Bozley and of Stafrbrd and Davit of wan Jon Aviliiam Mar Hartley and Juho and Alxandcr Uiikci4 of culcd account Bray and George af Nirian ard Uillnm of Abraham John i and iaw Shaw and of IRISH SPORTING FROM A DUBLIV To such perfection has arrived in this that we are informed that Lumm icld his for HKX guineas to Sir Cieorge Hill and Gore also sold a twoyear old Colt tor equal to lately arrived from The turf is beginning to The Marquis of vSIigo has imported some Brood Muro trom But at the same time we are sorry to anntince the death of Ed wnrdss famous The following times at fixed fur Races to oomrnence at the in the year IS Curragh June in Wednesday in 1ft after Kilkenny or second week in C in Bets are now pending for ia at LimcricK and at Siigo and at Trannore and one of 5CJ Curragh the THE LATE S INTRIGUE AT ct of uf who is stated in the Lis from the Baltic to have seduced Danish is by birth a He ii a very handsome and accomplished about k of In the year 1795 he visited he engaged as Mail re de la Cliapflle Ju and Ballet A few years having acquired a competent knowledge of the Swedish he appeared in die National His singing and acting soon rendered him a great tavourite in the Swedish ticular ly with the fair In the year he invited to a dimvr given of rle partisans ol who di fail to entered vviih zeal into the the He songs which that which would have subjected to even at the the Tyrant of In t rhis he got into disgrace nt and was ordered to quit Stockholm in a ruw Great interest was empKiycd to prevent his de Persons of all ranks rhjmseves in his but the ibl he was permitted to have a btierit at die Theatre previoiw to his The Kingwas and bad for hun in which he intended should liave been re d aloud by a herald on the bu linfonunatelr for the overzeal of Jiis friends preventd L The aiterpiece was a tranfUtion of French La Petit Ma if which character played by In the course of the dialogue the sailors lover says to And are you really going away to which he 1 am I shall stay with This the audience im mediately and there was a generi burst of applause from everv part ot die was a very Unusual c rr c urn bta vice at in Stock as the pit onlv applauds r testifies its the boxes never taking any The King was very much with die and loud enuuji to be I shall sheAv my uibj I am not to be dictated to by i was obliged to quit There tot rhe he had He Ballet Maitre do la and also a Pcrioi ner in the English bombarded a corps of Vo lunteers was all the of which equipped a their Du appunted Sous Oflicer of that and conducted himself ei great When the Court retunijd to the conduct very ex and lie was Major of the and ed Copenhagen the same fawiirs from eveiy class jr people as had msly been hetowtd on him at He is mar ried to a The P witii whom lie had is nor but her husband is a very amiable and only 23 years of A named tried at Dresden for large sums money from a Count under pretence of putting him in cf tlie ingrejicn1 used the ancient in embalming dead He had that he was himself the dis coverer arnfexclusive possessor ot SO far imposed on the Lredulitv of the that he obtained unlimited auLinrify to dvaw upon his banker to perfect his sing chemical and great of he hazarded some experi die resvlts of which still further die confidence of his who not univ veyed to him a valuable suflicievit to maintain equipage establishment cr vants but projected a closer by giving him his an onlv with he whole of iiis these iriteniums ccuid be cirrei Count GWRLANB and his ar law noways siwisfied witi die sitiou of his instrtated a hibiting undoubted proofs of ii is a net only recovered the estates to him by his deceased bir obtained against him a sentence of incarceniLun foi Dupuis vent to Co rrie IT n ihe   

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