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Day (Newspaper) - June 6, 1809, London, Middlesex MAY irttrs of tKe Andreossy and the Counsellor o nsxiu in ttreiCourt 61 u k e J ih Tiie arnied Tjurgher Inch is a Is coifti jiiilorara part of duty ofithj i Mst in Th wnosc hands ffie Arcndttkte Max are of the day for regulating the rniti in Vienna has been phbiShed the Gove to have the coniinaud the impbitant dbcuiScFhi at 4 s a Ilie of i I lory tl U i forgetful of the hich 1 treated after three hnt particularly after thfe war M keii my Thuf linjnsi That nnd who punishes ingrati has hecn favourable to my uie cupital of tiriti my ir It is Emperor of Kuig of who has Hgumjt According td your not without V bur steadydefensive adopted in tfie last t proved that ypuf wish was the of liiuriHiis The moment for recovering lejitiirlcnce is yqo the lability of your of ui yuir tiie latter it now cirwhether It i Piohfied by in such a raan rx sjiint ot tiie interests iViiimutizcns may to 1 nothing irojn I desire ta so you a free aud independent r roiuipction foith For you for that fbniiection your 1 linn flowiM in distant lands and have constantly been sa ti thuM of the Hereditary the most v ft have bWnregairdea only and made you werealtogether i i national YPU nre jpstly proud I Ill il MI I 0 1 Ha vrSd for you resMJein tfie L only 3ou require A eternal commercrt awaits wprti and i j of yptif HI will iiot refect this i i i mul our thenS ins to aiid let toe kbow yqur de Tffay alreadygvyen ofthe r iiiti uts of this Bulletin we now tdd liw most which not been the battle rlrivea to thtj of the remains of of might iVoiu him his Ivantage was i tlic liaulslups exposed tlirough a aod P liiOntrance a he rightly thatinitfestete which it wotilpV to present b lie which a jfjvided wTtli demiuided all Iris the idea tt the Aiistriaus were irf possessldnof bw of Frioli ahd Piavev fieVw Tnnce Charles being became rie a t1 tliu r rouch fe could approach J6T a four v when he passed to burn the re hoped the TpnsrfrictjtJn of tttfagefc o r ivhich Generals Buttand and Harnetti are snperin oivtaip oji iHet nVPF fty loped that the works will theaccptihts are dati ounta had linary kl at tachedto the House of Austriathis nation ap pears to has i ufantiy and lEftfi cavalry from NtusUdt to BritekeRlbn the wliich Jiifl 3indi he took 160 General DupeHitt htsnf ri difficult inarc tjSWard M3 bqs wtrmejjl and number Tne Dantzic advancedto At on the fell in wit General ChartenVand took aud 11piec On Kafstein jestys the v SKI bad taken the ind firhVei a vrc fcohl the kPr the Camp of th Hiad l t fJC1 an attends Rwjesty lias brought th ssian ujj from its tfie REPORT OF THE GAMFAIGN JJT This which by tiie Vice ray tp the at Warj mentions1 that the Jphn notified the comiueucenienf o hostiiites the Ah action WA fpught Poxdanonne am in which the French cavalrycould come in owfljg to the overflowing o the and to prevent na retreat beibjj cuj But division of men arrived o tbe 23d from Twcanyt coiwiiJtSd df CK fit ti 55pHent TMe takejjje position of left arurrisoiiiut Pttlma Q the t and VJE l A i f Meapwhile the Archduke recalled to support his re f 4liik To ttie ant Breuta in enemy bein i fnt with The more vigoroustv thapi he aiid he offflfttheotitbgitlier sidebf tKe hisleft the hitls ngtit on The Vrceroy instantly perceived the defect in his diaoppitioiu fie allvSncea goatd the commaudOf whicn be supptrrted by the Qn tiie Stif fie the and advanced betweenthe road of the y the cprps 4 or Generals and eneinys thrown iuti complete Sixteen hWuessed thirty caissous General of the the 1 the artillerji o the them made prtSonersj weredmong bf that irilliaut the mehtoi theanSftsbfltftTy vaqccd tnwardsiihe wjith Padua only deservfr to beexcluded from tfiis JB witu the news Pf amia bat be was honourable for the it would from Vip latter t aSferfeian K sAfjJfti iuctant and euslateij was absentfirom it was compelled Jdiirjilay wf no ff jialacei j J owners on whoseaccount targe cf Auon in jouiiounitiuons o Hpw utfferetit was the ft presentet Court nbetimattendec aniSeehtr mojf ambition aud atrocious 1 are accelerating AeVenf possiblSJtaeanS the e tlownfal of anot loyal fop what could be virtuous to see all ranks tafherThe roiind thethrones a V hailing with iu most perfect health tore iWtwithstanding of faUL ffl number Ueia rides on horse a slow for ftesiitwtflibnis in Windsor fie read to early hour of cue p Jtoe WEEN ane CESSES not A AJESTT is paiticulBrkipatialloi RpyAL to tea in tetidaut its princjpal at nce by the LORD CHAMBEBtaiiNS view ithe Court so verranxWusloy the gfe V to Tiie outside of he he anxiopicfitir was obliged tuut the thunderdie 5 Ttejp MewT cEe halcyorT liourtllial jTo ajptople free w Mojpiyiti thei Thdr bis acd thtjf hearts liis jXndyBrbilc ti this auspicious streets na avenqes leading to the PftJace were of t witttfthe as ccllentreguIafiohsV The company half past Cent for hbure il o the The while of the music was selected by Sir tViLLiAir from tfie works of couioiuud pfhis H A Hftfe before sii oclock her MAJESTY havrng been staining uear foar hours Tte companj Jiad not left the Palace tifl wSJrafevrere bitfcVdtf i at paid their respects to ItheirBoVAL FAIHEE the iwppy in the course of the the Bishops of and several fltner dfenitied A number 4istjuc attended at the Queens Palace to to hia return from sea CESSES in tbeir foil bijMier MaJEsrir wasonlvinhermornh Pctan Ami cohmrate to farnea a vtrae as mean as v f Yet not to selfish coufiud the irajOl Tccliiigs ofthe virtuous mind j he views Peace oerhiis realms lur Wiss JUooria Uie sonowsthat afflict Co iay And Kicue fretalier Behold Jii Lovdj BshoM w teirs your WagJing great ofinjurdLHjtrty n Co my and Britannias an6s are bf the aupV Lord aud Ladv new state liferies ttheV we as any thafeeyer io state SeEAKEJBfr Housa of Commons went instate at a quarter before two the numerous pre Miss Loid to Uis General SirTnoMAs upon his appoiuted Colonel of Be Bfiss Lady of his Majestys ship be ee upon ipur bfthe intfee most costly pirtil crowtt arid other prnawehtrisnd to tfte ad MUs by Laiiy Lady CapL Sir THOMAS upon bis beinr s by the Ccraatessof oaTand Sir EDWARD upon hfs arrival SbaTHWiCK pf the Rpyal Artillery bis pri by the Earl ef Cbalhara MAKY by Coantcst the retura oj leifl te V by throught ery te theBalirooiai tUJU loutrcil theyVery lesceodingly conversed J with of the wattftigtbAttend the Draw v Her PaitfcfissES entered the X3raudCouhcil Cbainberfexactly at ast two Earl Sir JOHN open his being appointed szd Local Maitliioncss or upon bis by The Coupt upon bis baring hre the ifiss by her Lady Earl of upou bis return from upon ber by th6 Countess uf bis promotion ia the Coldstresm iVlAjasTYin fie former held up her Sir he taking her j J tnird ifte placed 4 lab her JVJAJ 1 as arranged accbtHinf t v tyd eturn or to thfe thif first pyTthwc presented a ed Cbuhtii oken of her to the ir o whose judicious care the performance otfie 0 endance with his room The by Lady upoa li is being appointed Wits LAN E Fox by r Lady oiion comiug to ber by Dncbesi of T Lord upou coming to his being poioted tbe command of tLe Wesl Gloucester Local by La4y FANEJ of the upon his return fiom by the Earl by her of upon ber tatty js cumin of Gt3E tbeLady in bis and thew The bis being ap Captain CoereBiresvnpiat HsTetu and Lady en CODHUJ to title and OTWAY of hre Ajax on his Sit upon atcd a ARBtJTasoT upiju bis appointed SeciTtary to tfte Heasuryr The JEvarl of the Cran of his to the bia retorn from thence on leave of Lord and Sir MABSBH upomiui bejug nantColocel Comirfandant af tbeiwpl richi and ticoat tbe elegance and ;