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Day (Newspaper) - January 31, 1809, London, Middlesex PKBLISBEI FOR SCftCfoES This HISTORY of from theCom Amencememorthe Reien of totnrPweco Fnrmko 1797 i after tne Manner the Hiftory p taTseries of from a Nobleman to hi iuft price An Atlas for the Uf Wls deCgned for Ae younger SnrfenwmGeography J h Dfreaions for drawing OeojrapMcafQaeaione in Thre pnceFifteen r rrHE FOREST of a Novel 1 containing of part fPrintedfor MO Price only Ohe THE Army and ther Public arerefpecrrujly in Yenned J the MONTHLYARMY lifted on the firft of aa and clufively contain the Quarters of the whole of th home together with a PUtl of and theflteoF B After tlic wretched effay aiadety fome inferior Clerk VhVar Office to divert the patronageof the Array an from an old cftabliOitdandtuiiwrfally 1 r it would be triSing to inuftformillyonthe unnvalle s ofihis original publicationEvery perlon wh V s comboW the two Lifts rndft have been ftrUck with tli errors and palpable blunders contained m a wor 1K to an official and which certainly nof o other claim to the notice of the Fublic than from ji pirated the title pageand ph original aniJ independent Thercnmneand original Monthly Army Lift BUT ttu Monthbe diatnguifced from thefpurions one by its plin c and at all times by U Hit quarters of the whole feature of Monthl Lift whicbconftitutcs its chief JaWiQry A Servant as Hmifertiaid and in s fmal A good character will be rAqiiired froni he ppYyat SKVERAL LIGHT FASHIONABLE Makers or Getuleanen having any to cHfpnfe will fipd an advantageous Sate fortem a the City Rcpofitorv and ThL Proprietor refpeetfiilly infcrmi the that demand fnr the above article has been fo that he has modation in his Galleries for about Gentlemen honouring him with their he eatrinfurt oiem a quick Mnnoy advanced on Cirriages JBtengeg for and U u quifitc fiveto thirty acJrs df land nruft be withinEve and Cwtlvc o in either Surrey or retot Apply to and 0 NE be riven on the Firft and Day df draw n5 the GRAND STATE on the nth of ATRifc the undermebtioned 4 Prize v of 6 10 lo 44 SO joppo joo ICO 59 15 SATI or April 17 April I The Contractors bare of the Lordl 5f the Trtifury to make a FREEGIFT of 1500 Whole Tickets in Addition to Prizes in the FIRST DAVA FREE GIFT TOCO WHOLE for the firftdrawn Prire above the Num bers of which are ai follows to to to to to SFCONDDAYAnothcr to to to to FREE GIFT of joo WHOLE i v 01 joo tor the flrfidfawri Prize above ijL the Norn to 13400 j to to to to I Tickets ind Shares are felling at etry LioaifedLottery by eir SECOND STATE LOTTERY for t anfifiing of only begins Drawing the of TICKETS and SHARES b BURKE and at thei underthe Royal where elfc in London on their i He Scheme contains folir of with the ufual number of other Capitals in addition to the Firftdratrn Prize above on the Firlt be entitled to USD WHOLE TICKETS no the PirHdrawn Prize above on the Second will bo entitled to 500 tyHOLE Snares in Thcfc Tickets will be dppofited at the Bank previous to the and delivered to the lortmitc Proprietors at theclofe poft dcly and Schemes and Soittk Sea jwidi feveral India Bilhi an4 all of ScCTlriteS IN OF THE COUNTY 0 BE PEREMPTORILY on Tuefday the ij Day at II oclock in the with the approbation of COMPTON Loi oncofthc MaffcTs of the Conrt of Chancery in at the PubHcSale Room of thehtd in to fcvcral orders of Oie faid In caufes there IJOtrNEs in and certain and comprifcd in the MsnorsNctf Boncrapagb and in the County of in tne Kingdpm of Irc part of the Eftatej of AeMaiquu of and in the joi1 for an a peppcrcoru rent fevcral valid Lcafcs fob on the faii Etafcs in feeIcrcri in werciflucd for fate of the bine Ireland ft Green Dbbllh tiit piihclpal Inis iir Ac bunted TO Bt and Grtwij Livery the TV LATE FLOQS On as tmV Exeter its way from Lbsdbri near the coachman endeavoured to apart of i knew the were out ingoing whidb nejjot into another partthai had got flooded fincsBs was which proved than the vrawrwasTo deep that the coach and the hoifes The coach was over the EOTchrhfch and giraf d were thrown to a conftderable ThVpaflengers were got after great the horfes difengajjed frcra tie tpach j th e tags of let ters Tuftained but little injury ariiwpreeoriVeyed in a poftchaifei another poft with th6 conH be whole xountry round tlie inoft ftatfc it iscoveredwith wa ter frottf Cfiirtfeyto The towns with running in torrents high as the parlonr windows of poorinhabitants have nearly loft their which has been carried away in the dreams and Jin addition to their occafjoned by this the country is in that they are not able to do any cannot get out oil their houfes topiirchafe what they dpj is pur inat their oneparrofftaiis The lower part of Egham is under v and A very diftreffing accident happened early Friday rriornihgi in tfie vicimty ofStony Suat ford in confecjnenbe of the unufual height of a brook nn the main toad to driver of Picfcfords comes to in Woodftreet fuppofitig hecould paisTtrirbugh the water with his made die Vwien the waggonwas and tire driver 6nd Vine Ivories were The of the water by the that not the waggon was to be feen above the and it wai upwards of fix hours berore the accident was The waggon befldes various hofiery and other a ton of cutlery from Sheffield A Letter dated the 26th The appeararnceVf the immediate the lower treats of this during the noon of been equally hovel and diftreffingv The fudden thaw of accumulation of accompaniedSy aviolent flood pf greater deptlTand extent has oer burred here7 foVthelaft 40 Many accidents may to have happened ceiifequence of theiwdderinefs of the df the and vve fincerETy larheflt that it is our taft to enumerate the following three hagfes in wjflitd down feven lives loff JnLondfrn been after time way theDover itoad die bwnigf being Xeptfard and T would the watifrirwerisfo the road to floods were cr ootenthe between Per fitbre and thetsoaches were oblig ua v leaving PerJliore were atSrS intended md wnerfe every arrangement vrajmadeftnthat and whichdetefrainatiqp given up the for ar Thelofe ihthts way is faid during the to ha ve anuninttd to ToiiroV rfi ve No wordscab fcenes fofrQiferf that presented and ciil wpra dying by the and many fharing the fdriie fate in at every yards horfes arKTrnules dead and dying pfe repted Thefe a great meafure have been had the re treat been leTs rapid had the rQadsinthe inouh taijis been broken To as to impede the march theengmeeKhrcceeded in de in they failed ia and ftr ii of and mformation by Sr John fire hotel of linen to Lif r was of cowrie become Ens fole been th moil corhinftible whicKiappened uniortot V ertrhgU with the otmoft ar raging1 coirfufion inmate of the hisown moveableij and the flaatesye Jeded until t o Several the firft alarti of i too often the cafe oh water to be yfom and a wind to ftop the with niimo was reduced on is was no amount in waggons carried Ihe LrtMkrh Mail is detained at Cihip i andtheireter Mail Coach is left at brought by the latter were cori rfty on footV bj a circuitous by Volunteer in an unfortunately two horfes contrnued fall rain and fnow which we have expeiienced for fome time bccafioned trre waters of the river Eze to a rnbft tremendous The parUh of THoraas trie the Exe and die lahSs were completely In the aiternron of the ftreets in Thomas exhibited a moft melan choly being Full of and die inhabitants obliged to ietake themfelVes to their upper rooms at this wrecks of variousdef a rrnmber of Cheep were bprrte away by the Tapidity of the Atfoor oclock this mornihg the wateV laiBuaei its greateft appears to havir been ibout two inches trgncr thanthe memorable m undatipn in the year The terittr racks in theBotihay and ShiUey Were completely and many of them with the pieces on Tjie great lodes fufiajrted bjvarions already come to our Jl lifv A confiderable part property and 4e remainder an eiro wayinto the ere loft gn tint beea were ne6ti5 ftatement lht From eve bo able the ftateimrit tp be Twbitattsof Iip claft of tfnaing too1 long intt offthe to the jSoughtit knw tbd ffencb fugpofe they trujl 3 fmalt orts in thought other THe of ihe pnfofDffs werer that two corps under Soalt ani with hj accprnp4nied by Napoleon advanced Some af folTowing A dFfrtfifr twenty to corifills Neys was thirtyi withont and hot rtwbMajor j and a feot pofted pieda village iii theifJlrorTt in con gallantly drove Bay inefj1 arid putan TrTV end tothis in which the i ftejr plirfioieidfvturnine the vtjirnine ihe r BriSffi rightand wiQiaTlois gtKUer than tbit of their The advance of the JBritilB a front of the occupeij previousto the at tackj for itfel JH fpIVe of attjr may made hi ftrcare ten t it bSfaSVthat there were upfcsjfdsr of i made prifoners In thfefe Bt It is alfo that 400 were oppofed to 2000 Wilr neial and who is nbw atReadingv l the ttfh cavalry did I de wire cavalrie en Did officers of the wefe of the Imperial Their jt was amonnted to nearly was tboughi to have advanced farther than and to have chifljeurs the Imperial Veport If fowhy did theyV alfbipay the Britifjj high jfaus naaontpos ite uccovhutiu aeomjialiredes gens ontme vovt AH this was not bad there the disparity of ftated for it could TIje that the French werefrom5 to of and that they were tieSritiflj detached the force atprefent inarching into Por So that the number altogfetbef following efleflive and fit for eVenat On t6e be fore and Major General with 4000 been brenle to cover thei flank of the army in and ecotfark at arrivalbftheBfitiftfatCo the rioj erceesfed 12 or cQuid be eipjSaedrromirie and hisarjnyior rathefafrtfeif IKobibs tfae Britifh j it of his in In fpiteof laudsih exertions of the yolnn a great teers who attended to quantity of the prbpeyfr taken from the burning preOiifeswas cajf fedb OPERATIONS Ifc The whole of the rapidity of from the badhefs of the from the fre qnent wantof and frofhthe indemen cy of the vas extrenieiy As as trqops kept very From to are trury Mri othcw Gtuated onthetiaViks of have fufTered everelyi the great was entirely The generai commenced on Sun lay has continued accoro janied at intervals with occafioned fo opiousa Jrom the that the TJalHjs hd Kent iinhercdurfe of the rivers nearly feveilteen leagues a league is rathnmore than four Englifti niiles the army it y be withjDutJialtbg at leaftthey ted only for a few hoursthe cavalry were ma halted only twentyfjxijpurs JtrOut of which time thpy were twentytwo hours on hbrfeback This occafionad greac Tte in the icrtf horfes to fs ieivalry and prifoners Itij ibme Whenever great the they either ffiot or fabred army halted to a fltjrraUi which of courie added taf ric general i ertfdnaoftills isto bedifcovered by its beinjj thought neceffiiry tcfend General Alten by nearly the In nothing could be hoped forirorn the Spanifli and it was very early perceived how rrinch Government had been deceived btthe reprefentations refpefting and the ftate pf the country in The day following thai on which the army reached a ftarp kirmlfh took place at the bridge of where the Refcrve was pofted underi MajorGensral the Honourable he and toot ap a pofition about two mues in front to which General Sir Darvid BaircPs and only of at the on of not a Ijngle man pfl and fomeiew ever iFrepchorHcers triemfelyes and ad iriiitedall tins and Budhaparte known it For hearrived foob after tHe enemy the Bat he fent forwardHis chalTeurs ts make they were hewas in order to diflemble thishe has not hefitated te dffgtace hknfelf hejjjlew to be directly sontrary Theftoriest of LefeaVre being taken as in the iuSetrhs zfeSalfe 5 he was taken rin the of the him prtf elfj rii ft hardly neceflary to completely i In cpnfeguence of the accumulation of fnow nd the rapjd thaw which has taken place during few waters have increafed tp rendermany ojfthits drdfllire utterly ifnpaflable that from fie laft uch a nOxfdri Oxford to is in lev era p Wees from hree to four feet deep ihthepariffi of and e inhabitants hate Bed to the village many bo upper an ng them fuftehaiicie are by A going froni Windfor to his j i numbeioTwine from London drdnptTeach many for a folldwed bf a movement ortheHrnoievipn arriving 5ir John Moore found his army in fuch a corh of inJt wasab brifk IkirmHh Jiaving taken place the day after Bis larrjvai SirJohn concluded it the forerirrinerof ah attacjc nofe the following anif bn the of January he took up a the Zi fetves a copfi them derable number as waifiafily fee the armies being on opofite S of each other On the menced theirretreat and from hence tpCoroni riathe becama men were almoft worn out wnentfiey coinmepced the marchin many inftaaces they had wanted pro fome regiments ha4 eTen received no breadfor orthjjee days the roads were ancle of fhe fcldierswere tbefe and from having1 been conftantly erpofed the bad anjd there were no of bringing thefe poor iffys The ait this that Jioufe and vjlliage on canoe fulLof ttele poor and itfeaties on the part of the formed the Whether they diejl by the tie hands the fame tq and fdrrie rhbufands confequentiy to their fiorj moft in cowfequenceof hav ing Jnarched from General Hopes drvifions with waspdfjfed to proteft the right of the rather in the rear and the refifrye the next day were quartered in cottages in the rear of General Sir David Balrd and Ge neral The cavalry and artillery had com menced ernbarkjbg leaving a few men only for piquet ami two brigades of On the ISilf a general attack on the Briiyh outpofts jtoolc places proljabLy for the fake of drawing out and theupofition and forcej which might be eafily as the heights occu pied by the enemy immediately commanded tfcofe were In confeijaence of a general attack was early on ihe following day but no movements were vi fifile in the enemys to the great furprife of The attack was the more to be becaufe an finjjltfri woman arrived in the who had beena prifoner with the French She brought a file from General Sir John to fay that he was ar rive4 with the army from About one general buftle was and ftortljr after the outpofts were and ai heavy difcbarge of artillery com very one imrnedlately faw that ageneral was at and the whole army was accordingly drawrr out whilft the French artillery were fwtered bftfce Britifti t not with fuch as might have been wiffeed owyig in the firH place to the portion of tije in the the part of the Brjtifii guns hiving bsdn embarked and their places having been fuppiied by for through fome therewas a want of proper Britiff were of this fuperrority of attack was chiefly again ft Sir divifiwii wliere wastbe weak part of the Brirlfh and they advanced in three two of which were To tiefewere andSIft regiments and the Nothing exceed the attackl Tjie Vnemy occupiedby part and that eiccupied by were bob drrVo half of thefe Bulletins may be To return to the of Of the afluallofsof the ic ho cprreff account can probably ever be It is fuppofed to have amounted 7 or or even That of the enemy was coftfiderably The army commenced its retreat for tiorrat eleven oclock that bringing off all of the woundedas were in a ftate to be The withthe French remained on the John Moore received during the heatof the wheji Itwas froni a cannon in the left which open and haltered his Hefell immediately from his and did not alter a mufcle of hjs coun but coolly looking at the re marlied that affiftanee was ufeWj an officer Jlanding who to fend toGeneralHope Sir David the Se cond in commandhaving been prevloufly Sir John foon carried off the field in a by ing to his he enquired if were repolfed and on being informefTthey he I am happy ir is oflittle cqnfsquence whether I live or After hi arrival at Co he gave fome direftions as to hts arid be he ferved and be hoped his country1 ap prove f whtt he Apuld die as he bad always He foon after ob he feared bis fuffer ings wonld laft in lefs than three mi hctes hesfcreathed his Iris that his perfea of coun tftance and calmnefs of manners in never once fbrfook hrrn although his evident to all arouodhimj muft have been very Of the otier ofijcers Colonel MKenzie fell in theaffafr of the Colonel Napier of the Majors StaVihope arid Napier thfri6dii Thebrigadespar were thofe Major Generak Hord and WaVdeatid part of the referve by MiijorGeneral the Pftgeti Ofthefe the1 brigade of Lord Benrincjtforrercd The whole withthe exception of Ma jorGeneral HiDs andGeneral Eeref of the thofe retired into On the the French having pbfieffion of the heights com raanded the inner comrriericetf abcqt theTniddle of the daya cannonade on our hip which occasioned fheir cutting their cables weigh in fome and with the tofs of four or five trgnfpotts that got themfelvesi w ofted at hil fidr of French itlmes attacked ty the 50thi Yupiiorted bytheGuardsand at carried on htrreibpi bpard were whole of the of war the exception of Sir SamUeV Jtippdi at near the jBurltoiu brought upViind daring the remainder of the Britifn prin cipally on board thefe leaving ;