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Day (Newspaper) - July 7, 1809, London, Middlesex ERENCH AND DUTCH u LIGHT to the Fund tt assist in Expcri inuta are that at llit City Londdn Tavern yesttr liv thr of that Iund so soon Heport are due notice will rrfTill AND COKJi bogs to iuibrm his ndreitiscd fftr yesterday was i TriMlcsif the Fund ho will an AlircfipR for tin1 Shinf hi Account ami at thr in his Cfirculur Ltttcr will IP inform the 4 Spanish SlercbttntoffersfbfSdej of real PALE SERBS and PORT being the prodoceoT the fstmtbPof fawny dcnlRofXeres dcJaJixmtexa and he to do it at a prjcevefl worthy the par to be made to Strandi W O RTHI PARSONS begs leave to aud the thirt AM leave to Infiintiniirs lo f value in C tl i Gannon and a drop carrinj as a to go iiiliinaii on tlic I pcprditiim Ite bus in the almve Line bcfuft he is a boot iin rt for No i Cfcartcrbouse cncouragcnKiit he Las met with since enlarging aud im aborc House he has been iadnced to make still farther additions for the pf tbose wlio may honour kini with their 1ms a large Stbfik offxccllentr Winer V wrff and iit i strict to accoujmodotions of tfce above HOBBC to gupd in ail tcly vitliiu fire uilbi use anii to Piccadilly to save lirsi icspectal without H i j i fur Jl roacliJ onapJ i11 tmd or five years M in nPark of gardens liot 1 mid eSery reqni the in foruwd tin entire And now selling off previous to the rclmildipr of tiflfbrMIng ah if ever occurred to fauiilics and iuctijidwltej is welt people Irt of purcbasiuj articles pf the firit iwti oufactnrc on Urms of ningnfor cofc shits of the would be cheap tyen at fuU fiw reipj dniniwk French r a moderate adapted by tlio by Trefccb Jthvlnjti MANSlONJuud Sh pC fipa pot into 4lltelforthe of ft Fnmily of wi th ana detached planted with nuraeiwis occellcut farm yard aijJ Cjwtataftig tueiity only eight miles fixlm IryTicktts WurwicJt afl retjnisite qt and wlk gold and djn i quilts with a rfcH surhnent of funiitdnis for the vants The FurnitHre Warehoiwei The wnote iimsf benelH offhand reserve Altyoods nrnrt BepaM ftr on aelivery lor a i of Kroi s kdd ichniibVrs dressing ir uomotir olK nud iinmeiliate pds K Acres of Land more may receive Tickets niKiiiars on licalioh to Winstaaley be LET qn ixlinsivc ajid connnbjdious PRE ilnrililyiiiwtc n llic v iciuity of rcqninug i Ktensive ami luitlici paiticul pra on application 1aten TUMSllEIJ WOlJ near Sloadestreet Iv ir Twelve very neatly i i Muall pUnsaii in accommodations fora genteel an I may lc entfrei upon The fcrnccs Jrill he Cards for ui be had of WiusCanley and I iDsdrapcePajripenta jft due at Midsummer afeffeqiiested to take tfiaV Printpd Keceipls are now at the Offices fc Agents of the Company in the ICioraticcs in and on tpe Conlihent of are effecteddpbn contc sbadent wih spbadent with thdr several Pounds iil lie L and eu tin a good MI Inlrlirn f plrnrtlr coach s rouvcnieut oi orchBnIj attsT small mea irf ina respcc family may Hiiii iln gieatrr with nsu of Fur particnl fas apply to UHMiiLEDoN t 17 Furnishi for one year from of isi of Janu BIV a an of ninety large iu jiLoinmndiito pe family of any Nobleman or Cniii standhi f for three and stables with may be had icf I i HI Capital MAN kcb Meadow and Two HE HT FO K D Or seven a jm with all reqnilite ajid and about Jo r and two well stocked v i TU Dy with Par may IKhail of Capital 1 9 wi and 1 a compact iligible FAMILY ronipficly with all cxre lUni T acres of meadow land ir abounding with i with m TV VMMTAL in j LET or with rooms every convenience for i i In first situate in one of sqiiiiTs jl the West of the and si Mine adjoining the Mansion will be if t sepaialely but together No charge will made by cies of Insurance upon of Three or upwards Attendance is given night and day at ttie Several Stations belonging the ALBION FlttE and LIFE INSURANCE New Blackfrian empowered by Act of INSURANCE from apd LIVES and for the Grant and Purchase of AN Insurances falling due at Midsummer should be renew ed within fifteen days from that Abatements are according to the plan which ori ginated with the on Premiums of all Eire Insurances out of A large advantage Je aUowetl on Life Insurance and every facility is afforded by which the interest and couvcnience of the public may be WARNER PHIPPS The Companys Office for the Werteod of Lon is at No near the Westjideof New i cions the runstco aptoMeniai choice frp putbuildi presentin Hydt onunbentcd witb iVestcni through the advantageous JUNK His Majesty having learnt thatthe Austrian corps which penetrated into Saxony seemed to threaten his set off at tuo this mom ing vrith his guard the regiment of the Grand Duke de to take up his headquarters at He was accompanied by his Excel lency the Count of Secretary o aoULAND within 13 conjmbdious Fsmily jhe aaeaoW within 13 miles of and connnanid in Jtte wrighbourhood Tickets 5 and Gol arid with u he m ired FREEiaOLD EB aod tjonof a 1 principal tjie pjeces and admirably ar an esta and etsMes fur EAGUi 1JSSUKAJSCK INSURERS with this Company ate respect Policies Midsummer may be renewed by application to this Office within 15 days from that agreeably to the reduced at per to at per Doubly Advaatages tolnwirers with tltisCunipariy of Rent in Case of without Increase of Damage by Lightning made No Charge Po or A Coiji mission of allowed on Shipping Abatements on Country Insurances from to per upon the and from aj to is per upon the Farming Stock insured without Average Clause at per The Companys Terms for Life Insurance are and possess very superior to ATLAS FlltE and LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY of SSURERS withthis Office arerequested to take that Policies expiring at MidsotmBer day should be or within Fifteen days of That PerMlns desirous of encreasing tie amount of their As in consequence of tBeTacrtMedprice of building are tio additioaal of Po licies is incurred at this TheJJirectors take this opportunity of pointing out the fallowing advantages to the Public iu making Assurances with this Tlut Rent is paid in case of without any additional i That in the India Docks is assured at per per That Fanning Stock isasauredjwithoutanswage at cent per Damage by Lightning U nade good and Policies are and Emtarsemeats and Surreys free Printed Proposalsmay be on appHcatlon at the OBcein or to the llgentain and Wanric tlrte and le Estate comprises fneadow and pasture 17 beautifully planta of the great tire diversified rides Iender this Estate very country ftcnlars of Blake and of where a Plan of the Es itise may bt and Tickets ites West of be VTenanf of the the accoinmodatiop of a fa conuiriaing an elegant and snb arid A of distinction containing ffusi tlrmug and finished in Ae first marble mahogany dotfrs and antiroom prin cipal stairensepntagrand scale to which cbntains nnmerons convenient appropriate fur a large two Eeoondary and domestic offices of descriptions ble for such an convenient detocbdd for thcee foi fifteen horses the whole admirably wppHed with fine Two gardens with hot most extensive laW out with grwreV tfnd planted The whofe acres bf meadow and pasturej grortjitimbttv An wtfepsiveloage at thfe eutfaftcercom modrons every with a rfgttif Tie the diversifieii ridzs throughthe adjoining contiguity the two the reliaer tbisEsfaie most ttdranjtanqar towngEeooBltry residence To be Vfcwed byTiikets dill PaeHcVlari of Blate and andof Robinis where a Plan tf may be with be Robins JL RSUANf to an Order of the Higli in a BuoMREAD islh COUNTY FIREXEf Cbarinjs but Num weir by the Ambassadors of IJoIlaud aud His Majesty the Ringof here at five yesterday It iiupossible to describe the happiness which the inhabitants experienced at for the first their beloved the enthusiasm of the troops on findiug themselves headed by their They marched fiftyfour miles without The corps of General Albignac has of the Count de Tb day the headquarters will be removed in ad vance to where the Saxons will unite with onr and the day after tomorrow the Dutch division commanded by General Gfatien will jom his It is impossible to an idea of the loyal spirit which ani mates our The enemy has not ad vancedfor the last three He is in the neighbourhood of and evidently wavers in his He sent spies to the departments of the Elbe and the think ing he should meet with traitors and discontented but finding only loyal subjects whosu fidelity and will ever remain he have given up his intention of pe netrating into the kingdomef We hope thathewill shortly evacuate the portion of Saxony which he His Majesty enjoys excellent The Saxons attacked the outposts at two oclock in the morning of the near the village A warm action in which the enemy suffered a severe JUHE SPEECH OP HIS EXCELLENCY LANDAMMAK OP AT THK OPENING OF TBr A free people love the festivals ffiat bear the stamp of their manners aud The opening of the Diet a national as it is celebrated with the ausjust 1 t Id He our country his act of nxdi tion the heated minds grew and by fl 1iiJrrui Convention he fixed the wee r onr Iterative Government and the Givenmui ts ot the all iiidepetidrjit of tnch yet indiasolubly bound together the ueral llare of the Once more in possession of its Switzerland could oiilv U f rpstorutiou of the honourable estimation in h the former Confederation was The cr tare of without which cannot ejust in a ofniii ners th total ihc rdcnu was her h otal of am aws andiKiice not sufficient to to avoid dmigerons which the experience of mis fortunes alone could reveal to sacriiictj re membrances that always affect the human heart to stifle when they divide seeni to most lent poison from the very scarce of vio natural re love to behold the fatal consequences of revolution and in the felicity of fonjner mark virtues of our This wus the difficult task which the masistrati a and the citizens had to perform the present w s to determine our and neveroHd tinies of a nation depend so entirely on the ful filment of the duties which circunistances The flames of war often spread destructon around us ice enjoyed untroubled We beheld human associations shaken to the en that were grown too weak for our age new political relations arising from their ruins new kingdoms starting into and new ideas changing the face of the earth whilst the sweet exercise of a paternal in the midst of aud supported general the enjoyment of ancient and the authority of precepts still subsisted for vs public happiness did not merely in hope or The late events have thrown a still brighter light on the advai we Iters from r to of of of CAPITAL PRIZES 8 of I of sjoat SOOL STATB LWTEftYi and v London or b vvh excluded thebenefit the saw UlItSUANT to au Order of hancffy in a Cause BRVwHEAD Creditors of 4ate of a ilia Couuty of before the 14th dayof to and their debts before they uiH be peremp 1 gintoijly Boarded md exp0ditWsiy me usefnl brauches uf Polite Literature I R rf double Matnroi Grace the Dnkeof Rutland The MestNbble theMartinisrf J THeRight the Earl of The the Earl of TEe tbeEari oftjpper William 1 Swoptf iJernardj LL PerfiobswhP contifftie itrsured wrth tmV order that there are drawn in one 4 4 of Of CAPITAL V 8 of ra of r F6w of each AttociatiojrSelreB their Ppncieiie oreibaJly fcr be Siibicribire to beUrawn aotb of 4 A 8 simplicity and unanimity feelipg which we owt to our country and the sentiments of piety which religion In we read the his tory of our made more illustrious by the recollection tf its more affecting by the peaceful Virtues to which gave and ever dear to our countrymen in every We as semble to renew our oath of fraternal and federal and to swear to preserve the wisdom and the inheritance of our Such an act of moral in a state like affects the and our thoughts likesorrie ancient monument unshaken umidbt the of the only insures the welfare of every But melts into one the govern ments which compose the confederation of Swit Each Canton boasts a marked and remembrances which it ought not to but to interests Baay public good yfct from the of every Canton springs a central the onlyeud of whici Tor the truth of this re I appeal to Deputies and to the happy results which have already flowed from our new The unchangeable will of Providence alone sata an end to all human and all which matures thedesigns addsconsistency to theic ia the who jealous own not submit withconfideiice to the laws which they bate themselves Our places me a second time at the bead of this respectable My ho but frequently siWatiou iB iVites me to speak our country to those are entrusted by our CantojisrwitbtheexpressirJu oPtfieir sentiments and votes in the Confederative tages which we Recollect the circum stances ivbich two months ago caused an extra When every expect tion ot peace vanished who amonr us could suppress his anxiety Who could ruisethat those numerous ready to in vade the whole should stop on onr frontiers How could we the chantes ot a destructive contest between two oreat whiUt our opened on several was by the rising of some foreion prc vmcts placed in contact with the theatre of The most trifling circumstauce could compro mise our whilst time wanting for the Unfolding of our in case they should called into But the crisis is already and Switzerland stands mere secure in peace am The measures so prepared by the extral may ordinary Diet have proved I even inform the that according to the tranquillizing appearances of the it seems probable the present assembly will not separate without disbanding the troops destined to secure the integrity of our Let our attachment to our constitution in Safe beneath its protecting the Confederation cannot envYirthe fate of other Our true policy defjves its strength from the simplicity of our the moral apprecia tion ot the advantages which we com pared with the mere attempts to obtain which would plunge us into unavoidable Let this truth ever dwell in our Let us never forget what we ought to be let us hope w hat we are for any thing can awe grandeur itself it is fearless in her happy and a people whosu wishes aiid disposition are suited to its This ancient and respectable frateruitr of all built on the foundation laid by our ought every day to encrease the be nefits resulting from the act of At onr emersion from revolutionary stornfs at the birth of onr new order mistrust still followed the steps of Calamity maies men unjust and suspicious for a every Swiss doubted the true sentiments of his This error was but we have since A Swiss can do all to serve his nothing to hurt his in terestsr Such is the wijl of Nature aud Provi I do not fear I should have to Contend with similar prejudices in this assembly during the course our opinions and jour wisdom hold on the to the any Happyat beirtg able to mix wii serious considerations and ma gistrate sentimeiJts most pleasing to Aent is eTr Paroyiw JStock a portion of satisfaction w tect1that my words are the echoes of yot I now Jbufore youajfeiiu thoughts connected with this memorable An the possibility pf which even iraa gififtion conld havt tearcely was thenge the uniyersal of sigbf of what in ibis gigabtic object is foreign fp rs observethe hgs exercised over our The Devolutionhai the heart of in a produced tfaeterrible ftbm sucheVeritsVibut the strong wbo to Has as con otry 6ur had itzmandttnithe Hriuk an into theri the pleasing prospect of a perfect of views and No one jvill think pnce too high for such The awful nature of the or the present for bids our yieldiog considerations f o pubhc good commands rivalities and wons n silent CouJd we still entertain a doftbt of the necessity of thin line of when we jbehold tlje disasters which afflict and are taught by our own that cri the a feeble state at tracting any Strangers to tbe disturb other a conception as favourable to our a which discord fiad Switierlancl unfinisri our system orfghfto lead 05 to preserve our relations with them aM the interests of any to be pentfeof by friendly ties the Princes tfhose frontierstouch ours and defence of the integrity ofonr territorj is the only motive thaf can arm our Oor notional character is still the same I fear not to that oar aricienl spirit still animates the sqnl true Our first duty is to presemfKfcjfeffcityof our Let tfiat care bferctars6ifet n pberein which they are ifefc ;