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   Day (Newspaper) - December 20, 1809, London, Middlesex                                JPITBCISHED EVERY V 1 t of HE of DIRECTORS 6f tht and COMPACT at of rij hrrehy gicf tlttU alt Hotel mid anj datrd ni and afli r the fiSrf o t the ftltatcing farm is I 1iomise to pay to Henry or the sum of 18 For the Govr and ComT of the Bank of I a iv datfi tlamied erjtrluted tn i LYi as hfrrtalore oti that ffamjben of be stamfietl ar jninted itaajicd or printed an the the sinister number wiU bt Uamjifd or ar and the qf the i j will HOI ajifar en ROBEKT A i I n KIE TORS of EAST INDIA nccurred in the East India I rr rctfully f elicit the favour of your u 1 nuy be appointed to of t diclared my intetjUpn of offering myself to a fortae my boprt were upun Hi experience whifh you have had of my I thouJd do justice And Battering reception which 1 have UK now feel that by l i shall be phiced in the honourable titu i the importance of that r ut at with our Charter v isof more titan usual nngni iltii 1 have jKiblidy taken rn the Court ii duce you to believe that 1 am quali ivtuiinrlfimportant duties of a Direc lioinur of yoirr ihi without expressing my sin ii vrbicli we have all sustained by the i in I have long known and occasions I have his friendly j 1 should be appointed to fill the vacancy i 1 shallbear in and hii excellent and par jjci with much Your most obedient And very humble l RICHARD s if Twining are particularly KINOs in ibe ea WILLIAMS that the adv EngVAnw December GlaJi afld Suftordthire hnld and eec on the and from the of E ferime and faic the Utcmib oj a jnamjiyttf Ua Sold the HBuSehoW consfcting of a act of excellent fiiturekitcHet mad the valuaWeLeaieoftlie held for a term rii tt FtETCHER fate at AN ABSOLUTE REVERSION to the sum of three per certain on the death of a Lady aged 46 Valuable Plant of a imall Brewery and Vinegar Marrofac ana on the near the Princet Bitter by order of the THE valuable PLANT and Fix of WILLIAM a Bankrupt inf of a store four nine Kcmor and a three Urge a mash a 15fcet horse bean splitting and chaff ma larfe brewing a steamboiler of fourhorse funiace lead and wood about one ton of pewter and lead brass a quantity of sound in and upwards of 3000 par and a in the vicinity of 1 or in Fenclrorchitreet the pre I i tu one with vuults attached to to at the bar of 1 O MIDDLESEXTo be nn for Twentyone with a convenient substantial DWEL 1 ot eating and SLX good tlrepingroomi and kitchen fit fJor the residence of a nctecl t Urge garden aiid f in thtr present will shew treat fc itir xpply at Jamess New Liacoiui I U i i S Com produces the jurat brtlHant jetblick eVBf ordj peculur umirishjneBt to lie will not is perfectly frvv from any unplcaoilt its virtue in any cluuate iisalr by DJV and atthc I h Hulliorn letail by Tavintock Swallow Street the principal and u and in every Town throughout Sn in none in his capacity as First Marshal of tin Court of Justice of ad tie and third that a scntcncL dccrctrd by the said on i of 1 and the subsequent UU jrrj execution tho month half of the HLAJfTATlON l ntuatid in in this with all und bbvn and further appurte iKloniriug unto JOHN inbclialf of Kodie Chiriei of ot the abovtnantied is daily to be i of ondconcurrenceonthencatproceedsof tr will be held by riit siid Hoaonrable Court nttcrUiv day of herewith bv mt Marshal of the jnd evtry who or tidron the neat jiriciids wururiorjccl to appear the first tlay of in the inoqtt of or Jer to by under the penalry tliat ajfoilist the bi proceeded as tie MART First rhcjth day of ijv J i i it t Hidence and Mr otthe si FREEHOLD 1LSL and dearahly on A rgjr Itit onitjfuous to tlic gruutul a spAcicos stone paved and ttxiDt siaircisc vith iron uid large timing two Uirye drgw hiautiul and oak the fira ilooi thrre best ted and four ttivanti tall detached kitchctt jnd ae in good flat oviijthe and constder 11 ound at the back j lire cajwble of much rdha r I A L Household Grjnd and A 1 on ArryU andiwo tnllowiag at by older of without HOUSEHOLD FURNI other bcd goose father4iedt und bed ot windoav full sofa fnr ami beautiful inlaid and double and sineie w and Turkey car and Ptayhroke tatito and and t alKiut of library ot Wares Hi Ovidi foiia Jes Memoirj dc Pan riians Koimel iuf AddUons Puocs Swifts iQ Doomsday Whistjns Ouvresde octavo i and numtroiu Improved Rent of per amply HOGGART and at at AN IMPROVED RENT of per an issuing out of Four Dwelling a ware and litnatc in 5had in the occupation of Slee and John Dermcr ted and Dunn and Leasehold and GtrrawayXat AN Improvable LEASEHOLD comprising Three Brickbuilt DWELLING and Two Brick Dweitbiz in the occupation of yearly proJodag pcrvmum held for Til at a low and the landtax By on the at THE neat and genuine HOUSEHOLD an exreUqa and other print f jf intJAp of Ixatthold Stock fa and Household on the Pre fol lowing by direction of the Assignees of MAK GAitT ana JOHN THE valuable iEASE of a commcMdious HOUSE wefl adapted for a or toy trade reotrirlnt room held 10 of which was uncxptred at Michaelmas at the very low rent 40L per amnnn the first floor with a small back rootaaoA back kitchen are ktt for 40L per The Furniture conmsu of modem mahogany fourpost of The Stock a new bodies and and a variety of secondhand The Lease to be Sold at twelve oclock the fint Leasehold A and By at at LEASEHOLD BRICK situate in near the Westminsterroad and Two Brick Dwelling and Wai worth let to and tenants at at 46L per held on leases for 76 and 60 Leasehold Chaisehouse and By at at by order of the who will givt possession on the of Japuary nrilE of a substantial Briek JL built D WELLING HO US respectably The Premises are fa a good state of and conveniently fitted up with Sec held on for an onixpired term for fa at Midsum merday at SOL per Linen HousehoJd Port and Sherry on the geoujlne STOCK in of Mr ranovlnfi SMek b Trade 90 pf chinU fur aod in sraall The Furniture rlegftt PMC twp mattnalt Sherry cbien ft absohitely cleared off and Stock fo OaatAM by order of the HPHE valuable tDgeditr witn Ae JL Stack in of Fvoltufie wldles and brfdlttk amicart a Urge qoantiry 6T K ased to appoint Charles to be in vlec Captato Archibald Sleuth t Lieutenant by vice Charles from the 12th to be who Poett to be 7 froml t to be vice to be by 25lh Honghtooi from the Cavalry to be RAUtoiul from tie John Wppdham to vice who 10th Brevet LicutenantCplooel John from the be vice who eichanges Robert to be Pay master of the fid Batrakodrvftc 12th Lleot James 17th Light Dra to be Vice wtto nth vice who resigns the Adjutantcy only Serjeant Major Kiisell to be vice promoted Robert without vice whole not taken Richard VIontagu 3entby vice Gentleman Gmdet from theRoyal vice to be John the Adjutants and AdlutUdfyonn Kendall to have the rank of to with the rank of 26th David to be 29th to be without Eitrfgn A4am Twigg to be without vice appointed o the Eatign Dwld from the 5th Garri without purchase i Ensign of dealer manyBeeember at at Steppard and London Richard late of ion Dewtaber at the 3eorge BbndfardVMitre Iweof Stagbrdj dealer and chap January at at at the Treatham and at RpebBck in Nevrcastleimder onderLrme and McBarboij f late of dealer at at at at rhirBear Atttr London William tunber dealer and Dectmter Jann at Attomojrj Deao Robert of Jianovrr at at DiiHdhiuUJao Wi Vile of at of Man chester at at la late of At a James Mofttitth and James late of at at John Edward Holmes andwiHiam of Crosby urnare at at WilKam of at at the Fountain Philip Fcthenton and John late of at at StK Doayson of Lcn at at Richard of at he Shafcspeare jcorgcKuyi and John of and of Jreat the Ocorge Joseph New ngtotr at at Abraham Joseph of fi Thomas of and spirit at eleveniat the Globe WiUiam of inn at at the Tontine 3aul of at at the WiUiam Green of at eleveay at Swan in James of of to be wiftdut vice promoted in the fith Lieutenant John SwansOn to be Captain of a vice James deceased Ensign John to be vice Swanton James to be vie 43d Lieutenant Thomas Gordon the 3d Dra Emigns Richard Charles and to be wilhout pnrchase Duncan vice Henry and Alexander vice to be 44th Ensign Charles from the to be who 4Pdi Ensign George RatcUffe to be by vice who 50th George Anthony to be without vice appointed to the 20th Light Dragoons HospitalMate Joseph Brown to be AssistantSur vice promoted in the 95th 56th Ensigns1 Redmond vice re signed Amos from the 65th vice de ceased Hugh vice to be without purchase John vice Moore Robert vice to be 58th Ensign Richard from the 96th to be without 60th de to be without vice appointed to the 67th oHth Roben to be Lieutenant without vice promoted Robert to be vice 05th John to be pur vice promoted in the SCth Ensign from the 60th to without ylfe promoted in the v C9th Lieutenant Btoet to he Captainof a deceased Ensign Haman du Lcnoth Bisset Joseph to vice do Leiipn1 Wth from the 63d Xlentenani Edward from the 72d of without vice 88th from the Clare to Captain RiehiroT to be without deceased loentenant Richard Cro ErRcue to without vice Alexaoder to be vice promoted without vice whose jointoient not taken 9Sth Ensign John from the 67th to be Erfrign without vice promoted m the 58th Foqt 96th James vice WHO RoyUAfirican Ensign and Adjutant Robert Hod ler to have the nmk of Ueounant Rnagn James Chisholm without purchasVrice appointed to the 22d John Cole Creswell to beEn Tice to be vice to tbje 62d John Balrd to with who resigns j Matthew without Foot Richard Kflrjr to the only VA i iff te lAJutancv ony fRtar Gent to vice promoted bi The g it preieot to 40DL Mtshmentjbr Depwrnientof the vice resigned Jatnes vice arti Hardy vice resigned to be Second BANKROPTCY SUPERSEDED James of Staple Hugh Wilson and John of to January at the RacT Bolcoo and Not Rdbcrt rf cDaptoanv tt xt and JanflarV at ggftiM Cow WSV John Towill JpjephtLaurence Litrle John and Crasswefl of wtnemerchantsJohn Firth and William of Soy and Ely of Rjppeaden Bank TfPi Joseph and of cotton jMortey ahd of Staf Peter William and Joha Baker ant Hall of John and John of Underbill and Burton of Har vey and of Thomas and John of York The following report has been received froTn the Marshal Duke of TO HIS EXCELiENCi THE MINISTKS AT Dos The troops of his Imperial Majesty liave gained signal The battle fougJit n the vicinity of where the insurgents trad assembled a force of 7000 of whom vrtih a mrrnerous park of dr The 4th joined by the under the orders of Marshal Duke Treviso the di vision of by General Milhaad the division of underlie command oi General Beauregard and the bti Side of light horse of Genend the Royal and two battalions of Spanish yesterday fr6m Aranjuez to meet the according to every intelligence re at About nine ocloct this our advanced parties came in sight of At eleven oclock the in ryvo Uours itwns decided inour raged by their superiorrty iin made a wrth valour cmr that they soon gave their position was aiid they were thrown into the utmost confasfoh All equipage into pur Mure pieces of cannon already in 15 stand of ztnd mimerous amorig Askom arp i mauriqne and Fuente DygnarHeJs tb attack the enemy in trie prKJOOiftife has taietl up at Santa in whatctrer he may choose to Jtie was iiiCorraed 6y that tbe eneinj had concen trated his force near to di rect his march to that As he had to per form yerjf long he could uot arrive suf ficientlv in time in the action j the King dM not any from him ytyestf is therefore fectly vthat tfct Ehike of Bellano has been t ta male mr imher import as BepleaserJ to lay my report Brfofcelifs Im periftl arid ta accept the assurance if ray high The Marshal of We understand that the 8th command ed by the Dute of which is at present in cantonments in tire environs of this has received orders to march to nine PriucedF Neutchatcl has been appointed I the army of Innrrgents in the Tyrol having laid down feheir tnrnquiUity k that try and the foreign which formed a cortijOn oa the Northern are beginning to take The cows of Frencli comnWKfed by tbc General of which occu pied Kcnipten and the the on he side of Nessa arc making ready to today begin their march to The following Proclamation Jias been published EtTGESTE OS THST FRENCH VJC2BOY Of iTAiYi PaUJCS Of Takmg fnto consideration the acts of submis sion which the and former Administra tors and Commandants of the Tyrol pre sented to as also the letters whfch the commanding the French troops in the Tyrol lave addressed to us and as it from the said acts and that the Tyroleseyimpresised with a sense of their duty and are tening on all sides to lay down their and take advantage of the pardon which his Majesty the Napoleon has secured to by the treaty of pence with Austria and as the smirll straggling parties in which are tn be round here and there in the consist only of Foreign intruders into the who wish to take advantage of theconfusion in have de dispersing of these illegal iscOTeraTwitn the and TKejrwiidesca and without khc This inorningthe Bng to GeneraT wiieh he fofly Generjl greatly djstinr ruishW ftfl tie difiereht dojimian Ipf Jtfffs displayed Jatrodst inoispJdJtl id me kBaifiujth ptterly frotn the tke Generals commanding the French uooys in theTyrolshdj take under thrir protec tion the and property 61 the and especially Tf Chiefs and who have the example of submissjonto the EmperorInd and re main firm it the same Every frvt days after the publication of the jresent shaDbe foiimi in with arms in shall be arrested and IIL In like manner every person shall arrested acd shot five days after the publication of this shall be con victed of having concealed ill ortier to employ them against the troops of hisjmperizl The General in Chief of the and all the rgrnmaliding the different troops in rhe are charged to isMdc for the execution of the present which shall be printed and amxedup in all the of the Given at our Head at EUGENE ARMY OF OF THE The General commanding the BavArian Army in UK Ty having learned that there are many Jews in the train of that whose only occupation is to the country uid purchase stolen goods hereby orders tBeGeneral in and all and other superTBt Office or Commanders of to arrest and bring to rs at every not a native of the Ij not ptrovfdjd a signed by the Commander iu Chief of the Within a few ihe first transport of the Austrian contribution is expected in this consisting of According to the lasL accounts from the Ty the insurrection rosy be considered per fectly and many Tvrolians and Voral berghers already arrived here buy The noted Speckbnchcr lately made an atwmpt to incite inhabitants of the Lower Inthal to fresh commpticns but his attempt not only failed of but he was apprehended by the inha and delivered up to the Bavarian All the colonial produce found in Flume may free and unmolested till 4th of IS According to the most recent in from the Russians Tiave al ready passed on as far as on the Black 40 German miJes from Constantinrvple and in allprobability they will render themselves roasters die whole provinceof Bulgaria in rVr focrse of tlie rjresent A dam Charles and the Duke of are shortly expected in tuis capital have drawn up a Memoir in during the last tvfn be is a short Snd is most anxiously Tkt fame J Royal all crforual comniodiries and foreign 5re to be Corrrmlsmotters have been ap pointed to inquire the orfgin of jsaid of isiproKKred undersevefe pe wltiT die testilt of the The insurrecuonrhich lately broke oot in Ba and tianrjuiHity restored in last Intellwtfnce from Con js of QavernjneaJkjferfettly aware of the   

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