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Day (Newspaper) - June 20, 1809, London, Middlesex Hewas shot through the and bad received a severe cutiii the SUIARE fc v uVlcckm the Moniiog Vfo by 4M o extra sized respectfully ihi ixUnsire and improve in he r iiinut commence before next THURSDAY II lr rrpivSfnteoVor t lie first en iMIC by K iMonsjcur from the Opera ai Mitficcomposes the new entrance I a new Saloon and inthe reception of the km of at the the K ID lc in Hoval in of King George the wliose annual Premiums fall due h arc hereby informedj that rraily to be delivered at tbe Companys lc Roat and hi as i ir i oppcrtiviAgent in the Conutif arc requesteil tliir on oV before the 9thOf Jnly ilio usual Fiftcn Pays allowed jjhc Dale uf rach will then is at the said fer uf ard in or while p HITO by Fiii also for the Assurance i Aniiiiticj iwucd free of cxpcnce to the IK annual Priminui amouuta to IVnimm of 61 por on i to Existiiig Assurances corer i nil will be reduced as tue or through in i tlif HIS IN I or the Lease to be 5 il 1 of a HOI with extensive back situdicd at opposheSalisbury LEASE of a HOI SE and in a cixw4csS For furthrr particulars Of BrukT Pro ct Ull b dc Ibf i K MSH li 1 1 IAMILY j dinins anil back endfive bet s torer with large pan cxrcllcnt coachhouse and brew walled and well anil a small pleasantly arid tliree miles jdistant from To IV which inay Ko C A 1 Il A I Ala ks aria iv i for three Or five seated in a of one u with jriwii and hot auderery requi sitr for a family of The cluing and i numerous dresyug rw JuJ domestic and pos Fortythree Acres oFLand wore Sc if Principals toay r Particulars on application to Winstanley ud Paternostf Clerkcuwe THE Guardians and qf the Poor meet in the Committee at the AVork the s6th at Sji urlnck in tbe evening to receive testimo uf tlie qualifications in and of persons wishing to bfebbme Candidates for of Apothecary to the PoOrin theWorklibnsc Tbr appointment will be by on jd day of which will commence at 19 iniail lose at twoocotk on the same of the duty and sabry may be knownby applica tion at ihc oikhouse Or at the ClerksOfficfe Si Order RHODES and Clejki to tbe Tbe appointmeut will be us cdflgaatty printed in price TU EII USB AN D and he LOVJSR an and for LacVing jiui the Finshury cjf wbiim may be pablisbedthts t imiinlamrs popular John de in One Volume I liirteeii price in by to hir Royal HighMtt tbe re Of 4 N Accuuut of TRAVELS in South and across the Atlas Mountains nude u siay of 16 years in that and collected TSotes and ObservationK made upon tbe w ill be an Account of tbe Cotnmer C of and tbe Maritime the North of By GREY by Bulmer and for and to his B A 1 H VELLUM LETTER of superior sold by Sta t the Duke of kix doors opposite the Adelphi r o 4 l e 19 o 93 O 96 0 29 0 3 Large tVo gilt 1 9 6 s6 o 39 39 0 leaving town supplied at ah honVs YORK and LEEDS r and Expeditious J1 out from the Golden Clunnr J and York by at There are i cuacbmen and the Su Eyery exertion uuur to be to render thutlie Noni GEORGE r GEORGE uthen too mimeroos to r poui Port lorutng 1 e 1 VJ il tVf ry ra and Oxford newtnd Day Courtevery 1 fcold ou at RAIVJD Wilts and and and and Basingstofc Canal Provident Arias Fin East India and Commercial Deck Wcs QIK Kent WaterWorks on Sale by aoid DUCK OtFlCtAbonJ lV West Stock also Kteral in Jhe unierjncntiuued Thames anil Rfcilway Rennet and Avon Berkg and Rpchdalr Canals Sduth and Knit WatcrWcTfcs GkillfeiFlBne Brewerr Dock Auction Mart Surrey institution aad Crown Copper to Thymm iV r U holtsale JL auduthera n rouray with LEASE of capjtalauu extensive capable of conducting business upon large situated in near Eoweit with dry and tntcellent Pwelling House tbe whole recently put inU complete repair held for a of 23 at a moderate rept rTo be viewed and Particulars had by appTyipg Adainnuo and ie JCX pired TERM of of the situated on the South side of oniinauding most extensive fitted nufromthe at tic basement cotfly and superior with omuiunicating the and furniture are of corresponding elegance the and the appropriatedpart at the furniture1 mnst be taken Absolutely by the porcliaser of the and as much ul the other maybe required but as the whiilr has lately been completed with taste and the Proprietor would prefer scUing the wEole as it stands will the and treat for the near JL vcnieut colled the sevin teeil miles near the t in tbe possession of the Proprietor cuusitinj of a substantial and wellfinished House and and with many fixtures stabling ten and coachbcuise for two Tte and the laud of a good quality containing in the wlioleJlbeBl s6 well supplied with and soft Vat er atid is altogether well worth tbe attention of any Gentle man wishes far early possession of a House end Ere mises in complete Kinderley and Lin L v f colu6inn at MefertJonn BlacTtaid iimni addml tbf 7 coMeqlience of fffisiolntion of the vakiohle LKASE of the BREWERY and wtuate near jtbeRhrer at in to bicb1i attached a very o tCnd nearly 3000 and ptooloui nisbed with tlie to dud A copper tnat fo and reqlitte for carrying oijah pable 9f u a neat aud convenient with In incloeed By Irbn palisides the whole pfwhicb an in the most complete been newly ereclec within these few ektrcmely well suppHed and are beM fur nnetplred ierra of ig yean from Ladyday at a moderate The Prpmbes may be and further particnlars by up plying to Rienmond Brewery CuO Crutchcdfriars if by post DUTCH AISD w June The army of Dalmatia has thfr greatest It haa defeated tEat bppotied it m the battlei 6i MbnteKHtaj nH General in Tbe Duke arrived on the of May at and thus the anny ofItaly bnneJ junction with the grand of which the army of Dalmatia forras the Ttje reportorthe Dolce pf respecting these different evientsf be an sBrprofthe loop with an indention of taking Gene ral Count CaffartUi bad jnst at that As tMe town wes RnniaM landed 40 pieces ol 24of wlfich and ro They have placed thetecannon on a batterytmderwhick the squadron came on their Every thing ene seeing lie had failed in bia went One thodiakdAusrriaiis from Kfems to tin riffbt bank of been destroyed by the Wirtemberp which took the three islanda i have been at tacked by the forcedto don sistanceof our andtbe bravery of The EngUsih havetaken Cattegatsix i i is ou audljKjfth foj lowed 5ythetmd af It lersftii the two Ihto Her accQiupaiuedby all the persous scehded to inspeclt thSjGocipa in PlaceBt Gteorge as as her Majesty she wiUMeceiied by a thousand times reoeab to the lait Sdvicea from the grand tiie Emperor the ills headquarters at over the panuheweje wdrka imighl thfrarjny pf Italy had arrived at Lau naif entered Iliad his headquarters ipjgi bad also been apprized ral Yesterday we first recmtd an account of the victories of the French Bitrorial Qur troops have orders to into the Austriau per thePrince of Ambassador de VEmpire We and their and busy in andorgaiuzing in teuden GuziXlei IN 41 divisions of tlje Bayfarjaii Prraeifrltoyai aud marchtoVienbi have on a A CQnrter also last ufghifjTom Ebersdortf Priute Royul who yesterday arrived are destined to actin ttife rear of Un w Persons wfio tlie aj the 8qd mncchef w fsftf and trbp mpn bac t was de termi said one mokty of the UWJB with tbe was also broken dowo yesterday momin e Frenc we oulj ome days t vigorous resistance Tie trajtorouaTyrotese among whom the former order of already irj greai although ubt compleWiy will rection has broken but and nearly spreads over whole coiontryj The Bavarian spfocK On tbe tbe fyrolete attacked the appointed QWU BS bill driven Iack1ato the m perations ttest tne 0uke gent bM decBnedttt assume the toe new comtitutiDD sbjilthave been and sittns theirr warlike operi i Letters from ofthe 3d action has ia theofficial account of which1 bai not yet Seen vt The I0thi in gives aff account oPlhe otf tfieStli was the the loss on both sides wasiincioHimonJy Two French Generals are araongf the trian Baron was Geueral of the According the Archduke iw and led on bis lam aed greatfy tEcting State TyroUSe prtestsarrifcffbere aTewrlayS as wait bis roirtain at present upwards of dftmr for A very commanded bj the Duke of Brunswick to pe netrate into Saxony by lfs design were not but he enteredlato the iuterio of Bohemjft witjjout undertaking any I is late eyeatsat Vienna have pre vented his Hjs sisted ofify of 3000 the unde the evnjmand4of to to meet that it the last the duch of dated the Archduke Ferdinand was iu and the Russjiat ftriny was fluty two days from TflgSaxpn was on at ant was On the 21 sf rora 3k this r be going to the Empero of the In the evening o were besieging on the left bank pf the Vis with some pieces The Com mandant of much the menacing Aus tnan been on his march since thfe I8ThfrpSFPpseai in order fo raise the f Yesterdayevening arrived it aSwe dish sent jof Sudermauia to the Emperor ofthe waking a sboiri stay of an houj beconti nued his jouruey to the MAY si The appearance of adetachment of thecorp of theLXikeof at Tffitfauybai not been tended with ariy tt appeals tba this eprja has gone ftoui of thefron of BcjheoiuC orderto am fiotorhtcfiFt wfl toenter Saxony by tie Tfiohiiifinus toWeet jt pa The darmes ttf well as1 the eddragboiis of the arrived here yester dayl This fine jet out this ifidrhirig The corps ofthe Freuch arihy Erfurth will be commanded by bis Majesty th v HELIGOLAND The Atistrtan headquarters according1 private accouwts received this to battle of received proposals from ti coriclude atrade on certain wfiicl overture instantly forwarded to theArchduke who returned it with the following 4 note take my Marshals staff from an know the Austrian name no more nor but let me retire with to Duke of Valmy Eellerman it Is received orders tooccapy JDNB the Roxborongb for the third re Stubcd Iris argufMfltsf bis opinions when the farther t The Royal By was given to the followint the the African Coffee Revenue and the1 Sale of PorliaQentarvJSeftts The were the Lord the DuUe an i A few 3ill9 were brought up from the among wbildh was the Bankrupt IAWS BLOUSE QF JUNE A Messagefrom theEbrds acquainted Hbtfte thft had agreed to Ue the and several private BiBs Sir JoaV SINCLAIR btougbi up the report the Committee appointed to inquire into tt he njtility of encou thfe use of broidw Odered to be u The Deputy of the Black Rod appeared at the Ogeeftrco JSeaif Royal Assept given by Cummissioa to severa vate On bis tKe Spedteric Jo Sc the Insolvent Debtors Bill RVgnlatton SlWCLAia brought op a Bill for limiting the W hBcarriedoq tbrouuicitof from the Lords acquainted the House that their Agreed tp aqd the Salaries BUI aho the AineodnienfBTlfWith tovrhicTrtheyaesired the i Sir SAAWCL RostJiaY regretted that should iav6thoujjhtfiexpedient to laVv EnuugUK n t aiccmuvua but as it was still capable of nwtucTngmucB benefit to an nnrortmate class of weald coQeor ia theainenaWnti td by aineadmentJt were from Secretary of Irelands ted Certain to tbe Police pejhiqa from tbe himself from tlie aspersions the Bereiend THOMAS alPtYiUo Mary Aon praying that lee Papers belongiugtb whicb came into possession of tlie of of ahonfd 9fr rfr stored tu or some person whom she should appuint to receive tlie Aftrr a few words from the CHANCELLOR of the Ex GHECZUERJ the Papers were ordered to be returnedto CREEVTinquired whether the India wlicfa lie had would be fultbeoming previous close of the Session I repiiedj that the Papers would be ready A discussion arose on the Lords amendments to the Hanchester WaterWorks that they be tajccn into coiisideratioa thin day three mouths The Fur Afes Majority in favour of the Bill Iff ItfRrjt Sir after at consi derabte length on the to whicfi those persons would be exposed who purchasedsituations in the service of the Eastl should they be deprivedof them of theMe resolutions of declaring void those appaiiittnents which had been procured through cOrnipt as a resolution of the thjeHouse does not concur with its Committee appointed to inquire into the dispo sal of India Patronage in that part of its report whicb recotbmends the rescinding oi appoint ments obtained through purchase bccunse it would te incompatible with English justiceto deprive of their for thing that appeared to were igno rant of the means by wbicb they were Mr defended the conduct ofthe Court of Hedid not conceive tbey the report of the brft acted own resolution passed in the year TDe HonGentleman inoveclthe previous tboughr the Court of Director Vuttp dismiss those who had pb He w unwilling that House shpuld interpose upon the ri IJ4B8AM was pf ooinipnj that the flrrsome outrageCTUS virtue was as dan as as TLtf ts of Directors reminded him with in one of our that th4 unifss all fe were burnt So it was wJth the poshing resolution to would be guilfy of yreat ipjiuiticer Jn the con dir of Tinman afiakstit pef bnt shouidnake care not to punish those who had not been proved to have been actual He jdid iiQt see that the offence was so heinous as to call nexed to and Votefbrthe motion of opposed the He thought the Court of Directors could have pursued no other line than that which they had STEVENS snpported the a some the conduct of the Court of HLwas of opinion that was a question in which House ought not to but that ift should to be decided by the regulations of the m ashort sup ported the The Chancellor of the qf some the Baronet tfaiilioirWfly an ment upon the privileges of the India Court whoeeproceedingsought to be re gulated their own indnot swayed bythe censure or approbation of the Hbnse oP Upon this ground hecould uot sup port Sir RoMlLlY thought that the extraordi uarj for severe which to pervade the sentiments of Gentlemen came with a very ill grace from a the House thatwith in a few short weeks they had been so extremely indulgent to a Noble who had been in to Be guilty of a high cVime against the From it would that Otiences gilded hand might shove by whilst the unfor person must fall a victim to the lo every point the he could not btrt The and the motidHv It was supported by and Hutchirrson BinifFhoiBas fottoa ing the House divided on the pjreviotti when ther 35 Against it 77 the gallery we bund in conversation upon a motion of Lord printing the Report of the 2vnjniittee of into Public rer to Qflices in the induced however to witli at the suggestion of for the purpose of bViugihg it forward tomorrow in a more specific Colonel WABJLE that never shouU lave thought of troubling the House oa this oc baa he not betu called upqa in the most iredt terms to substantiatean assettijtJn lately made by him iose the subject vf The assertion was wag to tbe icpnie tax might bfi iteducedv Jtx thissenm qcome ta might b ent he borne ia Thai ;