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Day (Newspaper) - July 10, 1809, London, Middlesex PI BUSHED EVERY MORNEK6 PRICE SIXPFAC 1 LIFE INSURANCECOMPANY empowered by Art OJ 1STiAME and on the tirant aud Purcliase of AN due at Midsummer should be renew from that tort according to theplan which ori V w on the Pitmuims of all Fire 1U01 A advantage is allowed wry by i aud cunvenimce of the public may WARNER ompinvs Oflice for the Westend of Lou 37 vothe ttestsideof rlllll Vr p T H Y respectfully informs r Iart that his SCHOOL wUr and hegs Irave to assure them lus constant u diligent regard and welfare of his to acquire nt a urofiTMOuat repute not usually tUn Tfeirty a according to tlie AT SIX OCLOCK that hour fo be considered under port was from and 1 the cobtroal and authority of the lawful King of ween Inquire afVh from 1 to SjOOOind TBe to be drawn in STATE ttat Tickets and OQces at tit saine timS A SHAKE wanted in Person who Joos aol ml ihf Countinirhouscdcpartnient i t fr t e amMnquiry tlie counfry txuuld be of 1 in near the 1nn for a ti rin of iiviftfy b4 in tlif Joraein PsrV arcommodalion for IT aid conrhhousC If ih i 1nki will Sy post lifurd unld KTR t TO if ANT tn a Decree T of tlie Hih Conrt of J E and agarost and ilovrnth of in tlif ut tbe in tinruuuty of in several dujtia TuoiA ill in caleil situate in tbejnuuil uear Goscott and Cratlacottj IJ i lie cuoiity of Cornwall and tbe High of tfrr Manor f retd Efctntes in i Worth in of in tbc parish of Mes is called the s ot gratis at one of the Masters uf the said in Chnuccrylajjc the Strati j Wr Leigh aud Nin JCondoni T Launrrston and at the place of Sale d t i July dated in the niujth of to be paid The Lords lus Majestys Treasary having ntt us payng off the principal of tbe tiu BiHs witb iuterest due at Jl i ei Bill in the Beccipt on Monday t lie 24 til will be given Son lays rxceptcd and including Tuesday i oclock in tttt fur the purpose of reeeiviBg the bearers of the said Bills Jtirtd lobrinp separate lists of each descriptWftW tlir niiiubers in uuinericnl tlaifs thi said Bills andcoiuUieoceuienf of ijv the principal sumynnJ tiuiu hut excluding tl tliilly to tlie said J4th iiiincM willccasp and the hearers are mdispCnsililj hun usual Kiguatarc and to writetheir natpei bottom of efymM Kst anil lr an moreover required to attend ur and to receive the new for the Irij of the holders of the aforesaid BUM should be de frtceiruig parment of the principal and interest sniJ a4tK day of tiey may beao on commutingtlie interest to tbe day on to be and leaviug the tor one day prior os be desirous of havingnew Exche CilU in whole or ia part payinrnt of upon new and mentioning tbe at the uttO i t p I IW lcftr Mite day of audwittbc deKvnedoir WeB Hie day of and following All Kxctaqner Bitts dated prioYto adverraed to lie paui and tieinterest aJ is price printed oiicolambier and contaiinng fuur Plates and a fil in exact iuiitatiun of the orjpnal I d txutmae1 every two MonthsJ of a work ITALIAN SCHOOL of pliiicj iii a series of carefully en tmuirnt from Origiual Drawing of the paintrrs and sculptors of Selected from YOUNG nnfl and Patcrnos Sobo V fpfCimens of tbe aoda thorc de mar collection from fthlB Wlected ftfcd v Editor during a long residence in the calamities of AVnr WWB of those which had constituted great families of that The I varioiw and exhibit tlie modtf by great Italian artists in tbe pre i f rtaich of these as 0 be 2 arid 3000 English OAK Globe Blackball SOUTH LAMBETH LAVIJA ver and exceedingly convcnien DWELLING with every requisite accommo dation for a genteel fruit and kitchengarden detaclied stable and other in Jiood The house i Gttednpia a very superior stile of elegant am poksessigh be be fur tbfr partitfulars on application to oiid LE compact held for anumpired terni of upwards of eighteen at a Tbej is rifataad and adapter to the is to be taken by the by Parti of MAWSIOA LAND cioUBelegint recently repaired sad the suiled ior the accornrahdation uf ajstiBction requisite attached and a capita contijnjag nearTy twenty acrcif only irom Uydc be withEartitolaitViBttybe by which d oif xsMljipf SOLD or LET a touch FREBHOM r adAptcd of a family npitjerons fiupfehcd in fitted pieces tind tbc iaxne r ing wljole llied vrjth fresh water t ivli the eya FewpVliy the of ffpna Captain ft the tWifjc to t and may oe Tae eypectBMe GarcU for and maybe had Wjnstanleyand dOftialXJiV To be elegantly a capital standing in inclosed padduck of ninety to accommotlftte the family of Qctttieinan with standing for three apd itabjjes for tueiTe be rieiwdby with May be bd HEJIT FO R rich Alcadow andTwo be fur or seven a desirable fnroUhal with reqQwite excellent airf and about 0e acrca of richmeMbw aud two stocked with he viewed by may be bad of aud Tube for tbwe yeanr acompact FA9IILY with offices of all walled twenty acres of meadow Und tbc exteoslre Manor of abouuding with To be viewed by with may ji bad of in QUC of the principal be LET OT capital BpAeJottstltEErlOLDTM with rooms oftarge diuienxiovf1aMI confetdenoe Uret family the situate in MM uf principal ftqosres atthe West end of the with coachrhoose and the If Tie boosts will be let separately but together they of fctatuost desinUc sHnatioa tut an Hotel of oad toe Proprietorwill not object to let tbeni for t Sat Immediate ponessiou may be be sieved by wbicly with may be bad of S U between and and Tapwxntb near seven WestmjMterbridge the from the and coutmiuE apacious aportmeiits oa the second with suitable bedchambers ovayoffices of all drscrip p4aaneduirtheaccoinUMdatioaofa femily r recdotJy altered andaBprpvcd1 by Lord forbis own re iritl excellent aud and acres of meadowland round the be viewed with may De had of Sear neat a email distance small floor food be a io a m3c from ttotat no gwater and near tee Canal it cootaiaf twtf the groumd and commands a bcatitifiil rent per and inHB will paddock y be be and about 15 acm of pas Xhe Premwes icohtn tKe county of days ride of the of fiat resort apply to Mr of and V which they order topti thai are course no drawn in In cetssry to andof whole wfll be 4 As there Tour ve from 1 to indusiry ffyar Tickets of t i VstV i j which wttl Prize is drawn agtfiae i stfoold a vrbatcvei if IpbttheFonf Tickets of in sbouldpnrcbase sime and byTiro Tickets of of Three tickets Four of and all Hie on Cornrum on the j began to take mea possession of that place forces by divisions to leagues in advance from last divisions of both ptaCes spibeil Erie gana and destroyed the defences on the land together witKthe magazines and stores of every completely disarioed the places and their The proxitnity of the enemys position contj nbidgfo hold the authorities by the French at owinna through the feaj of his no comtnunicutkuV being suf British bat by flag of and jthe state of defence the on the seaside were left renderihg it Sangeropsfor tlie English taland or approach the toast in the event the reappbaratice of any of Captain Hotham OD the 24th ordered a of seatuw and marines to laud and disable tJiejrous on the different batteries beariiig1 on the offering at the same time to tbe the services of the detachment in apy assistance that mightbe in its power to thecaube of the Tlie cannons aud mortars ou the sea 1mcu at and in the the were ac cordingly all dismounted loirtnp leavr ihg untouched those on thelines towardsthe taod which had been spiked by the On Captain Qptham neat Captain of his Majestys ship to where he was received by the people with the loudest of akid received from the higher orilers blthe the strougebt marks of attacktueot to ihi aud liappiness at seeing oncemore them an officer of tiiat The Castle of San Fi still uarfer the couiuiatid of a persou appoMited by Marshal and to tbeJPrench with agarnson com posed Spain and the Captain placed and every assistance that the ships under his orders mfgfhf be able to at the Governors On the 9pth MajorGeneml the Conde de CaptainGeneral of arrived at Cofunnafrfctn aud was followed on the next day General with bout forrning the Condes division of the Wur of Romaiias The French army under Marshal Ney moved from its camp near BeUiizos on tie taking road to Lifgo and It reported previously to its breaking up the it destroyed its baggage and heavy Orf 27th the Marquis de la Romnna was stated to be at Oreuse with General Mahi and MaVshal Sbults phsitioa on the l6th was said to have been at Monforte aud JULt Copy of a Letter tVoin Ceurge Captain of biiMajcslys ship to the Pole dated on board that ship at the id of last the honour of iiuJosing for the information of the fcords Commissioners of the a copy of a JctteI from BrigadierGeneral a division of loyal gjvtng count of his taking from the Frtuch the city of Sairft Jago Compoatella by which their Lord shiBs will see the spirit and gallantry of the Bri and the ardrtur of tlie troops under his I have the houour to Signed Esther Rayner and John of of Henry Great Rus JhoMas kite of Joseph of Junes of Lloyds atd of John of Tower John of Thomas Moore of Old PARTNERSHIPS William William and John of Allhallowslane Thomas Margrave and Joha of Elizabeth Miller and George of John Dalton Hornier and William of WilliAm George Darling and Kdmund of iottenham Richard Gillcspie Ullliam of Edward Tompson and David of lhoms and Richard of East James Kenworthy ard of Joseph Taylor ind Wfl Kam of Jo seph of James Ar of of and WiBiam Abraham and Thomas of Finvood within Charles Kardlty attd Thomas of WillUim Geuery of MileEnd Old Ellen Melville and Wiliiam cf and DavidT of cottcnir rofec James and John of UilJiaro Threlhekl James of Bow WiU liam Surpiice and David of James Grayj Thomas aud Robert of Eromp ton Headrjuarters at May Santiago is in our consisting of with 14 pieces of 30Q carne out to meet and attacked us on our march in thje plain called De Our scouts huvhigfollen hi with their and exchaajjed some brought and Ioyderiid the division tofocmin the best posiliopthat could The enemy attacked bat were uuable to gaiti the smallestadyarttagej Our artillery Xvas as good as A man btingwonndtia on our side by u csinupu After an hours we bccatne impati ent of sufftring and I ordered Don Pablo Murillp to charge them on their fight Whilst I advanced in front with the tftree other The enemy twice took as often The unTerenness p favoured their egeapft shumefullv blfw up two urajnti nition othersj with two of upwards of and some horses and other which J have not yet fell into our JVIuriUo entered the and the enemy througfr the streets the distant of jnose than a league from lien por iol there Tfeeir hasbetn vefely wounded by two the second command killed in whose in signia have been to uie by the Our loss has beentrifling the troops are iu high I may expect tnjich from I v DE to Ctftxfc Cominanderof the British Ships at FRENCH AND DUTCH PAPERS TVVENTVfinST An Aidedecamp of Prince has arrived from headquarters of thearnty of the GVaml On the loth inst Prince Gniitzin was to be at arid his advanced guard at enemy amases himself with daily BuU in nhicb he speaks of fresh Accimiius robis muskets anJ 2OOO airasses ftll into his bands in the battr of Hcsaysthti lifcrepinincd master of field of battle on the and McTjaseveii dislributej silver medals in celebration ttis representing himself as sUmiity with one foot ou the ami the other on the rijrltt bunk of the and Eis at akl points tlie 1 J flic field Of He alsu invents an en njch he rails the batte cf lies on the right barik of t he a league frusa the nvcr in which an immense number of Frenchmen were or taken These childish spread abroad by petty columns of as those of area species of tncties employed to agi tatetlffe and excite wlio wastateri prisoner in the ImttSe of has arrived at He that the Archduke Jdlm since flie battle of tic lost twothirds of hip and that he wbo ueariy filled np the deficiencies in his bat who knew not haw to use thiir He estimates ihe loss of the Archdukes John and the iarthe bat tle of at According to the of the Hungarian the Palatine was tle nrst who fleJ on tbat Some tove strength of the Austrian army at and contrasted rhis nnmber with toe men taken prisonrrs since the opening of the campaign but they shew themselves ca pable of very liUlc The Austrian army com jffnje BAfKR UPTCY Francis of frdro July 11 to August at af JPeser of to July and August at at New London arid John Stc chapman maid in YeoviL Atto of dealer and July August at the Mer in YeoviL Wjffiam tanftert Yeorfl and Kings JamesDavis of dealer July and at Samuel Jantef deafer July at at Gujrd rallj Ber of and July andjiugust at actuild and Co Samuel Oddy and Henry of and August haTL WUtshlre and Phillrp of Livei at at BonUiainpfanb of a detachment of bythe during possesson of Ferrol and Cotuuna aod on the 27th Captain Hotham received matioii that abore Commandant had orders fuet ooaay ships or that might attempt to pass lii Captain Hptham repaired to Ferrol in the and landed the marines ship with A part y of armfd directionof Captain who cavtle without jre ceded hyi the nwaw of KiugFer and theSiauriab detachment then proceeded to the town of FerroH it was mzunerby the andhaving narpeo any of sent him on board the TBe Governor of Ferrol net hating powderremoved to the and the place left tinder the coninaand of trie had been superseded On 98th Captain HoUuun the port f he by the Gb Ternor that he fjad received instractions from the de at Xreme on the tapreclaiia hia Catholi that he regiment dispatched that tKe Globe TaveraLiverpool Attor t LbndonV July Ralph of at the Globe Liverpool Ah gust Matthew of at at Bridgewater August George of af the hsnle of tothe tabih of mcludipg the evenrs in Italy and enemy lust aol and lie have still hail who were distributed as fol AichduVe before tiic little of tlie principal Austrian army t be bat tle of Ksslingeii consisted of ninety re Inain Hie army tKe Archduke at mid therewere scattered over the Tyrol and acting as majsuidmg parties the Aiwtriskos at Essllngen conVwtcd of the cqmmancied by General BcHegaftJe the only one which been in and which was still entire and of tbe remotes the sth which liwed so the preceding rfcid corps swttnned uo and on their the same ibrrcras at the beginning of the tllejr ironld hare consisted of Tlie aovmyr bad no more than wtcuce it otanjfest what driiOitiil losses be Archlfcke touk his ron nl of and matiiug tuetlHr itaakit ou llis lossmust fore harj2 beiui atnopg these of Jbe Fliihgaifan so tbat bis nettfa loss to tboosorwi he jiccliihiJie euUred Warsaw witii the ytb It has airindied to thai he has lust It is these several estimate snpport ami rorroboraNrcacb Tnc Ficcroy defeated at Hiab French At werf anil wio wdutd have totatly rwtei and destroyed had it beenfor theaccatlcatof the which occasioned rtaht of i great effort of Aiwtria are the result c and of tbe determination takenby Jnry 2ft Hobert Gnth at at fheNev rie and Colin of m the Globe July John of at at the Dog July John of Westonrstreet South at etereny at Jnly Thomas Knightand Samud of As at at tflje Kings July Richard of GIOSTO Handversquarev at eleveh July Geotge of af arGaildhaU Jury Margaret of Little twelve at of at Thomas Compere Old at ele Jcay Charles Franos Oliver James it James of Isle of car at July Jatnes Rush late of Chipping Norton at at Thomas of dealer and chap Joseph of Ed Si ward George Baiffie and John of Thomas 3mjthv of ti Bladett of dealer and for gaitr torisk reposed danger irhroli woitid have chose millions to tbe uf antf to make a hist efloVt toejinsert to Be It is more tbnn any iufiuenced their Not a single French ex has retdrncd fioiii Spain Count lamnstonpuslMaou the siege of Raah wtflt The town has been twentyfoursirfBarnes and the array which at great a vic tory that muskets and 2Qgo fell into army which battie of Krtsee killedsomany and made so many prisoners srmy according to their lyinc obtained so great in the battle Baalj colmif sec beblcgtd and set on and Hun gary overrun with parties of anifscnd thjr their rtie vaiuable eflecis for safely to thje frontiers a of Turkey and the most distant extremities at An Austrian Major took it into his head to crnss the Danube wjth two at the mouth of the General proceeded hidt witjj a ftvr drove his force into the and 40 of them Raab has capitulated this city forms an excellent sition ra the centre of Hungary it is defended by bas its ditches are fill I of and an inundation CQveig a part of it it is situated liear the confluence of three rivers it resembles 8n a small scale the situation of grand entrenched where theenemy hpjied to blearid rexercise Hoiigarian where Ue hadconstroctftJimmcBse lerio wns The enemy Intended to have left sooo but the battle of Raab hisarmy was sepa rated from that Thedfy has from a bombardcBeut of eight anest AH that could be said as to the inu was misled by the Count after having ;