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Day (Newspaper) - December 12, 1809, London, Middlesex EVERY AT SIX DECEMBER PRICE SIXPENCE COURT of the COMMON the Cll V of in the Public Prints many from my haying united C HI rt of Common Coun pnsidiT ihc Artiiriss tn his Majesty the grounds which actuaud my to suit Itlonpto of Lon us opinions to his nut with ivi yrai opportunity of rortsi li it Cojrt atti in your and t as o lUi curricuicSb of ihc opi Vuur inuu humble JOHN A I J J 1 held in LHIUST s r T hire the Right Honour r he of in vieID roe at tlu Court held tlic 5th of Ucxtmbcr the lite unwise ir wrh m Majesty1 Armies upon tlu Country und mos strongly of our nz n we of the SALES BY THIS Middlesex Stock in on the Premises near Berners at by order of the THE valuable with genteel Stock in engraved Copperplates of WILLIAM i Bankrupt comprising a mahogany office drawing childrens and fancy a genteej assortment of set of mahogany diningubles and chamber and kitchen and of an By and at the Commercial at nPHE genuine and effects of a removed from Hattongar den comprising fourpost and field with furni goose feather beds and mahogany wardrobe large Turkey and Brussels with a general assortment at cabinet ranges kitchen and other valuable Abo tbfc ef fvcts of an consisting of oil By at at A LEASEHOLD situate on the of Andrews between Commons and Thamesstreet consisting of two brick Dwel ling and let at about 70L fef annual ana held for an unexplred term of 15 at S4L per ann A By at at NET IMPROVED RENT of Forty Pounds per for 45 issuing out of an Estate helc under the Ironmongers Company consisting of three com Dwelling with and orcbarc of the of eleven eligibly situate at West on the East side oiTuisday the I the road from the Church to the on lease for the MY for a full znd effectual i whole it tie improved rent above and in the A of respectable anc aud a J ry to the d do the tpts of pro very advanced A capital Town with immediate By Mr at at odv ir tlic at at THE rateable REEHOLD C iiincil on Great built a puri tlie of tlie few years since in a very superior planned and con strucicd on the most approved modern combining with and fitted up with offices and appur of every and a spacious garden at the and tWk of the planted with trees and opening to V of this Meet iVi iUi u1 thtir conduce in sup il the tast Court of Common the Thanks of this t he the tar jiis and inde uit of Common for whkh icccdtd to and for his impar thiforegoing Rcsolu rhc and instrttd in the Pub Morning Morning The County JJilN Ward an enlarged extent beyond the other and communi cating Guilfordstreet the whole in the most perfect order 3n3 substantial forrhing a very complete and 1 for a family of the first Also a copchhonse and fivestall with in likewise i t r t 1 i ROE and RELIEF the last Ro 5 lul 30 iii a Jubi df the Committee Haiders of per I tic rils lor Kclkf of con PI prr fn 100 S S nf per i i Co 5 and r 372 14 3 2000 0 0 from w rt I v of PojUr and 26 12 S 5 1 1 5 0 12 5 0 yji 0 0 o 70 0 1 0 Lease of a near and an improved Groundrent of per iy lj Crutchedfriars near Executor of THOMAS on the the by crder of the LEASE for a term 17yearsof a very spacious DWELLING HOUSE and advanugeously situated near the London Corn Lot Improved Groundrent of 7L per secured on two bouses near th sign of the Duchess of ai A Genteel Household valuable Prints aud Paintings bvestcerned CoM and other Pire valuable of Ground On the near and following at by order of the Executor of THO MAS consists of tent and JL other feather car pier 1 other aTarge twofl handsome pistols with a ladys handsome gold set round with and gold a gold capped and and va rious other puir of silver and other gold and other a harpsichord and and a varisty of other 10 evfA fnm various s oJ nj r i5 and rejected by James the Trea Chrlsea oKo by Far JjmesVstrcct Flertstreet Ixuiibardstreet and 11 irriirn Corn 1all Mall by thf Cra v Books may he by those sjjiptiu this and where the So dncsday in r wislies to engage her V NU ih a gocxi breast nf i a FLA a younjr about nf as KfTCHEN GARDENER no 2tout tic house can have his pout to Little Kussell MAX his of uking the Ol with one other 11 axiit rtfcnnc jstn chnrnrter crftncc Hro French Jewellery Plated at his Great New Bond Nfiscellaneous Assemblage of French and foreign of novel beautiful in and cambric and worked India repeating pink topaz and diamond and a variety of modern plated ragout table candli liqucre and cruet 300 dozen of ana a variety of of utility and ornament a Saddle Upper on the Upper at on account ofthe of by order of the HTHE HOUSEHOLD books JL of a barb saddle saddle and and other of BENJA MIN deceased comprising good beds and hogany bureau and and other and sofa in satin kitchen t lare lead Bag stone and To Liverv and Cam at the Sign of the at by order of the AtwgI French corps are CUt Ott rrorn I OledO nees of THOMAS THE LEASE of situate Camberwell condstineof a doubk coach stabling for eight with lofts over 17 years of which are unexpired at Michaelmas at the very low rent of per The purchaser to take the Stock at a fair VINTNERS NOTICE is hereby that all Claims for Losses occasioned by or thnwvb thcbegligence of the COMPANYS TACKLE MB tolie made in and left at the Clerks VJntners Upper in order that the sami may be adjusted and Vintners TO BROKERS AND GUINEAS Queen Anwtreet on by Mr IN the above Sale a SEDANCHAIR was sold to a the Chair after the and to the wilfully cut and otherwise evidently with the intent to injure the GUINEAS Reward will be paid on conviction of the by Wel terrain die most sanguine hopes of a fortunate issue of die severe conflict in which we are en gaged The expulsion of the enemy from and die complete defeat of his will soon be die fruit of WEST INDIA ThU Day to price HE GOBLIN a Tale Of Dunse By Printed for James opposite Bond street and Edinburgh T SPANISH The army of La Mantha is in the vici nity twOdivisWs which have passed the Tagus near The floods from which these brave troops have much in have alone them from now being on the right bank of the under taking active The French in Castile occupy towns of Sa ana The army of ihf Duke of Albuquerqnels on its march for the By later we have karned that the army in Is marching upon Tala The Duke del according to al will ioin it One riivision of iis army has been Jeuched for an important ex As this General has redeived no ad vice of the retreat of the French twops from Sa lamanca to we are authorized to consi der as false the reports which havi asserted this which is now become more both on account of the distanceto whikh the French extended themselves in the kingdom of ani the obstacles by the Puerto de Gua the only pass which they have open for Th6 of Victor iv concentrated of NOVEMBER 19 The army of the Duke del Parque has inclined de agus A Chest of Plated at at A CHEST of PLATE and flated Articles consisting of teapot and forks and teaspoons a pair of gilt and a variety of articles of plate an el egant table candlesticks with and othtr nlated for a term of i or a pan of in the rttipyhhuuruood will te KortnumS Elegant Leasehold with and BT at at FHE LEASE of from Christmas of that very desirable and elegant on the West side of containing three good tervants nur serv two principal and two with htmg with crimson embossed and bUck audjold monld French windows affbalconiew with a view of OF by PRIVATE CON r UWtLLING HOUSE for a small about tufl miles orn 3 an term of U iirticiUats hhdflf excelUfflt dining Mid breakfast flat with communication to T SOLD or mplete repair wid wh butlers W ta fTJff for of the PmnUes hat reentry been put of a Nobleman or emmeiae mily The rent is The purcnaser to take the at and maybe accomJnodMed with household and which wffl be Scud bv Auctjon on December and following tobe SOLD kurvditOi Q JL REMAINDER of a LEASE Mi situate at Parkcorniir House consisting and coachhouse and the whotein eicellept rewir apt either completely UnTn onlv oV SOd may had linen only i with the house lor the thonW any person w desire to have a of any length particulars inquire of on ChBe will five to the occupied tie fn this manner it covers impedes the movements of which occu pies the plains of the obstructs its retreat and is at liberty to form a junc tion with our army pf and by Talavera and the movements of Areyzaga on the Upper k is scarcely credible with what celerity the army of La Man ha has performed its It has gone six or even leagues each in dreadful through an overflowed and suffering rrivations of every Foreigners in our armies that only Spaniards could have made a movement so rapid and It has een such as effectually to surprise the Victor certainly dldnot expect Corps of ob ervation are posted at and in front of Aranjuez and a part of the army has passed the at In this manner the Aran uez they are speedily The reports which were that there was a corps pf French at are found to be of Sevillet 19J att ck which the enemy meditated against in order to succour the besiegers of Ge has been completely Our Don Xavier has put ift requisition all the and draft cattle found in this city and its for the use of our The last accounts which we have revived from our army of the that part of Don Areyzagas army has passed the and is marching from Aranjuez to without the enemy having hitherto been able to arrest die pro gress of our invincible encouraged by the undaunted gallantry of their bear down every obstacle by which the enemy endea vour to obstruct their Intelligence has been received that the Duke of Albuquerque has put himself in motion with his and by forced marcnes from Truxillo to falaverak It would from these that the three Arey aid act in for the of dividing the enemys forces by drawing attention to different Should this purpose be what will become of the Frencb i may we not in that case en We received Barbadoes Papers to the 25th of We ertract from them die following heads of intelligence u Carlisle October The ship from and die John of from bound to Marti arrived off this bay On Thurs the J2th a boisterous wind occasioned such a heavy swell in the bay of Domi and snch a tremendous surface in the har that early in the following morning die American brig parted and went on shore shortly die ship Su of shared the same The surf continuing very high the whole it stroyed the ship and a valuable In St Pierres the ship Captain Wright parted her anchors and went on Her masts were immediately cut away to prevent her She had about 400 hogsheads ot su gar on At on the 18th a severe gale was also attended with dreadful thunder and and deluging by which the crops have been materially injured in many pans of the Several vessels were driven on The American brig with wine and reported from is taken by the in attempting to get into and car ried into The from for is taken by the Thorn and carried into Guada The above with the Supericuie and were ready for sea on die 13th DECEMBER AFFAIRS OF JOLT The Cabul Embassy is we on its return from Peshour to the British territo after the complete attainrrent nf all the ob jects of its Considerable are entertained concerning the fate of the present Aff whose bfdie last ac advancing from of which he had gained possession against capital with a force which is understood tobe vastly supe rior to any that the present monarch can muster to oppose even if joined by thearmy of Cash which is also suspected to be in a state of Two gentleman of the charged Vith special dispatches by the route of and two others by the route are We have since learned through a private chan that Harris and Tic kell had actually entered the Punjab on their way to and that second assistant to the accompanied by Lieutenant would present ly set out by the other route abovementioned for Rungeef Sing had given orders to the Killedars to offer no but to Lieutenants Tickell and Harris every practicable facility through his A detachment of troops under Major Knox d marched from the stations of Dehlee and Dewarree into the Hurriana country against the rort of a refractory situated beyond Han see the name of the fort is On ap proaching and reconnoitering the they bund it too strong to be carried by a couple A regular battering train of two eighteen and two together with all the necessary implements for hd accordingly seen ordered from Dehlee to join this detach We by this day e die public we a correct of the triaLof CLARKE and chrrged at the instance of WAIIDLM with conspiring together to obtain a verdict him by per jury for furniture supplied to vliicli thirteen excited an degree of not certainly by any feelings lor the parties as in dividuals byany anxiety to have a most important and loag litigated poiur of law set at or a question of immense property decided but by the relation in which Colonel according to his own voluntary to the people ut to vindicate his public cha racter from the stain it had by ex posing the guilt and turpitude of the defend Colonel has failed in the promised redemption of his and those to whose perjury he imputed his degradation disgrace in the public have been declared NOT GUILTY by the solemn decision cf and impartial It be idleand insulting to any more upon the This single remark speaks more agamst Cole 1 than volumes written with the m t punctilious And the most elaborare The Jury did not withdraw from the box but found their verdict in less than fifteen minutes after the charge of theNoble The Court completely filled at seven oclock in the rid the Great Kail con tinued thronged during the whole cf the Their Royal Highnesses the of and Lord and remained on the bench until the endof the The Earl of CHK Lord CrtEsvKVV and several other Members of Parliamont were in the Court The following is a correct list of the homeward ound China ships ancT which rom Canton the 7th of under con voy of his Majestys ship of Com modore KEATHCOTE Captain Craig Almvick Cap ain meinExeter Captain Mcrriton Captain Re yal Captain Gribble Cap DWIV Captain Montague Captain Ocean Captain Williamson Captair rrenvillc Peterson Wilmer I jj Peres Contain Erunsford David Captain Dodds i Companys marine 1 Eyle Miss aptain William Bomiuv and child Morwiij of the Royals Captain Watmer David On Saturday we announced the loss of the Harlequin hired armed Capluin JOHN and six of his in Seaiord i Thursday The following is a correct list of the ships several bt which are so completely dashed o that scarcely any part excepting I their and not a single vessel of them j ever be got Harlequin hired armed Captain John John from with ba and Unice from New with and Traveller from with from John from with barilla and tobacco We have received by the Qiccn at after a passage of fifteen a series of Seville Gaz with private lettets from Cadiz to the 2kh The latter rurnish much more interesting than die We now learn that thelate statementsrespecting the popular insurrection at and the arrest of several of the leading Members of the have been much It distinc ly that PALAFOX E and sus pected of haying maintained a treasonable cor respondence with die have been impri and are to be brought to The sudden emotions of indignation manifested by die people on the occasion were soon appeased by the interference of This discovery appears to have been attended with the effect of extraordinary initances of on the part of the In the last sir tings of die Junta it wjs two hun dred and forty thousand in addition to the troops already in the should be immediately for whose pay the which in Spain are of immense annual with the consent of the to be The whole of the Church plate is to be and converted into current to be used for the exigencies of the To intense this it hns been further that ail persons hold ing offices under the Government of with the exception only of the be satisfied with the other proportion to be to the pay of the troops in acfjil The fact of the Spanish army the com mand of and the French army in vicinity of being in sight of each is mentioned in several letters from where anxiety was on its utmost A part of the Spanish army was understood to have ar rived at distant from Madrid only about forty In the perusal of the extracts we have made rrom the Spanish cur readers wiil ob serve with that the Spanish Generals seem to feel die absolute necessity of vigour and How melancholy the diat nearly a year should have been wasted by the Government in almost total pettr and selfish intrigues The apparent co operation between die Generals and evinces a degree of military talent were it net for the ovey whelming power of de now every day
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