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Day (Newspaper) - July 31, 1809, London, Middlesex v k St jsTi JHE M ILL in niAUTERoF QCEEK ANNE ira I j Me and 3 flf fflf of the saitSociciy OW smcivuly on 0 GhtirtiTjor ItfCfs jtuf and canning iiito effect i nttituttd on a in ttc liei insured f fully Bcgg leave to lofbrm 1 intends dresrir a ON t an hnrclis THE RIGHT LORD Our Express from Portsmouth reached very hte bn Saturday m6rnins a to render it impossible to insert the pro ceedings of the Court Martial in the whole of our In order to toake the proceidinp we insert those of At the time of tieing geift Jb Golden m Ton BltL paid arfruUi Kurwvod 30JJ ij standing vof tmenU and ei for t and L the position Xorrf COCHRAKE exutninfd by the the charts your Lordsbip urbducedto Nog 2 and copied or taken from the chart No i charts are exact copies Qf the 1 they were drawnby a man nrnnm tf middle of the but about S Did the the eve mayj aii iiu i cnarts are exact copies they were nian employed for that arid f put ip isitton of the French whicji ships nours ju clmrtiT possibe to describe it in went 1 smaller vessdsrproceed by DidHhe Valiant and by signals Jxndship tcT quebtious of r in Imt 1tfliHei of onrfir t iricrrfl due thnian i residence at IT to i naive the new i aforesaid dei c accomimtdat trizamjiatioti olle s dairoKS of haStttg u i qf iw atthc bottom of their jiusy te otieMh mi interest of threepence aae and dctlVCret 1 r to tone I in to be paid and the interett tfrcrfon Kas i obob rtemi tiLl Jald ieattbe Bridge Part i and to ftbot mm f six i tuid i t roenj His Lordaiiip then a wren the sjgual was maxJe by Ita in tlie moriiing pf the that 1 1 s ships were on thmgdfqnfe ence I u to a Lord Cochrane thes t m ro seud me word back by UObPlTAL cif King Charles the is hereby that a Special KTJ curi of Uit and Governors of this will be Wiithtir in Fleetstieet VM Fri t by Mis air to rtte beftht of 1fce Iho Hospital ana On other AUmraittee of Justices of tbe Countyof al thc to irctiix Pldus and IVopmJs froih mich Per J OL Ac guinea of euro I IB JEjJiSi acrfsroiF of m respect to tlie nf II the WM LdpSSd he better culcn of the signal the f iwe men tuta famaSed tfne of her 80 as to 1 r iH UridfoM Such JProposaUj arc to be nt snch Meeting 1 Jx fe of the for snchPlan qs To red ly ihe Justices tlie mcmitime at the Oflicc of the Clerk of PARM1ON Modern wqmaa tHai By herwe Her very can chest She tricks nsofom money paUiihcM by pie lm of tke EASTJilW PrvA7vIldGETLEMEN i bJ mJ canvaa for the office Ib lo vonr tliat Bobinson start of lnc iu r o lnc u lin I 5 so many vromues iu his favour I 1 sbonld fioillj MMi l have refi0lveatovwijthtfra unwillihi give tbe EjjcoriflJin Sf JAMES iirniui neet f shifted eastwird as tQ Fqr which event the Commander Gfiief expressed tht imptieftcie At it in Chief iuformedjpoof his reasons foregoing in of eight andteo focenpoij of 12tb of April Jwhen i j men were extre the fleet W o an eminent trouble on this 6Utable opportunity ivml Rennrsting von aa bUUIIini i 10 accept my eracere i 1 lisve the honour to Ladien and 4 obedient LIVING WONDERS and to beaten at Picca comer of printed for pfjrtwnfflay hehail Mtusfrated En QcavourBto caaring Ships to oFe seat Imlf of it IH to destroy theSoenty tbe rejson I tlguk it beea batthe Conimarider in Chief de and tKe vessels to proceed Jp bombard the ships that on shore he also to tfie Vahantj and other to advance tbwards the Boyarte hoali orxler to rBupport the operations of the E tbjeshfps and vessels Bordered toad with fleet Etna and sinaUer pro ceededto to bombard bbeeilems ships did anch PUBLISHER fteMONTHLY JLAETIEW beA to mr fkcilftateV the Mea that areaoi oat of aentAa 1749110 toteftder raetB Earfj i till subsequently ordered by signal directiprjs given to other to Jwere thesfe directions to the by the on bpard the jaqd in s Q Were the directions giyenvthe same to all or was there anyJdistJDctibn made in the gfyen to the mealed to the in this boat J Lan of wasrt not iurprizing so large a proportioa of the fireshifts through tbe enemys and thaj f sp buinber failed waaw tremely favourable forthe fBfere tore took it for that when obcfciiteeied they mustinevitaWy go down upon the enemy s sbips this has uo reference tfr the 4en cooyng awny with reference to tfaiiti i of the smaller wejre directions tfiat cottld accofdingito the ordjf r Ships were Mi tijpf thought conjfidfentjy the Atthe time of hearing those it toiife ihould go in fiir discrStidft of would had action with tbeTrca jbksi from a I and witncssjrjg bu hstarjces to1 go mi Extiamied by the PEESIOEHTV Was the situation of the Ciesar near to tte rendezvouiof the previous to thwr being seitt on the The did notvhangelier besfope those operations tooi place andl do tHiokshe was nearer them or you observe the manner in which the hreships were tonrlncltwtgieiierally towards the enemy far myobservaribn the anaweftd the pur i posse of 41thoQgii f did af terwards swrerai at too early it a to ycniilhat eveiy fireehjp Andiiesplaiifdn wae fe flftl in you know from tlie of those line their reasbiis fof not recoHect fiver reasons distinctly stated bythe From whai appear tp any too great aotfire m ep o the price JgCoilrnBf C Tiic skin of which nfeMtircd gignnfic nave become J P CornwaJl A of which oly few days now and lAinchcx 14 ajidsome it that the went dqtft it p tbfotnjt that Question obseiQj di near scatter i they and the beelijpfopoly gojngfornepartof the thpagh improperly for periods ijjenticned did the rious In tSe me answerjed this highly J la Boyarte at what ;