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Day (Newspaper) - May 9, 1809, London, Middlesex of next May fc A a new Grand Mejodramatie THE which WilUw intro called a Dylijr Bellamy i Coronation of Ate Empress Lunnoo is by Erne t Taylor bj a 1 o which will be Uuly laoeh Iu THE PttRTRAlf OF CER THE PLOTTnro had the Jhqttre tliin Bioadcourt aud ofTUr Kiii rls I soriLTYs Quarterly Court of the Corpora tlir Societyfop a perpfttial As will be holdcnat the SocietyH in on Wednesday May V in i 1 JOHN v IltinTORS OF EAST INDIA Election brrng fixed for Wed loth permit meto request the U atteudauce iu my ivcipliou I with on my canvas the uiost sanguine hopes of suc nri IKiu my power to pay my personal I trust it will be attributed to v nl the aud the short interval of time Hie was declarol Ijidics and i ami faithful humble JAMES Couunittec Hurts daily at the I n i i troiu eleven tilt four 11 OF EAST 1JNDIA n INCi already declared my positive de ti the I have the plea liiat the iMictfurajremeiit 1 have rc ht liai the honour of addressing thiit Unconnected with uiiniui mysilf to yon UJMII the grounds of mi 1 shall with confidence anail liniliit on lit loth trastiujf that on jnnr surlVujcs will place me in the r i v liirh I 1 IIIM the honour Lailii s anJ Your aud devoted JOHN May M meets every from cle at HIP City of London will be gratefully rc IIM I Ii iii OF EAST INDIA i Mil AMI trKM iiij utmost and tlie most ut my detcruiiuation to justify my by a JiSintcrcsted in thehifh liilnatton I htixe been so I sliall piwecd to tlie boUot ou o irc any additional proof of my rtcr ilian u Uai has been RlreaUy submitted IM this principle 1 it ly a fttane thr strunsrst engogemeuLof attending to ilir in every that I tin i now or I trust it De attriShlrtl totneraBecnfrfy of and uollo any uout of attentiou or jii tilt part cf Indies and Your most obedient and i Htimble Serrant WILLIAM A Sri CENTO is tKis day published and a Ouartettino and by niLLlAW SHIBLDj inOrdi ThewordB from tlie f anri Price 12fc vhich may be bad at resi Bcrncrsiitrect at the ware No Chcajisidc or ot any Music Warehouse in Tbc copies orderc3Tor the supply will be immediately On l of Iliis rHised S TO MiM ASO N BV I VV ilimble aiquisitioii now pfiers to any Per ii i liuviurr eligible Watemdc aud can nrt an Capitaly wTiois disposed to embark iil NEKSH1V in the M iu iu Ge lirniu but xvlio onbimself the princi tineiit of the tlje jjdvertiser having it l to furnUh the materitil requisites for an cs which ofters for extent of the first conse by letters Oi Bv Georges VELLUM LETTER superior soW4y ii i lie Duke of six doors v opposite the Xc L o 19 o 4 S3 o C sf 0 eg o 1 3 el 0 Thirfc gilt J 6 2ti o thin l 9 S9 o Large thick gilt 2 o 30 0 of V yt lj a f f 1 CHEAP A I E R M A impenetrable rlieap I from uutbe work which i iic luswceivcfi amedal and premium front the v tbc Lncouraccihcnt of aV usual at rilmuscof M no The great and dtciaedjipprobja i Impenetrable Paint nay ovcaHur others J induce the Pubfi bad as r IE Trustees of the Stamiordbi lanes Turapike RoaftTwill awtnt on May T lighting tlte the iu tbe of from the of to t lie 2Sfti W iu in complete j li cxpiratiou or awl adraftofihe TQ he for i few the principal part of a genteel with cUaisehouse and situate in the most preferable of Lambelln imincUiate possession Uttjr be and further by applioation to Aurtienecr and Hie SALES BY PRIVATE TO be a CapitalTownmade C A suitable for a Cornchandler or Parliculais inquireat theCrown Clcrkeuwell JL sirriated in the moat healthy and sporting part of the Heit of completely and in excelJ lent with every a very good and kitchen garden the wliolc copsijtiiip of more or Further Particulais haoV of MISS Lately was in price humid s STUDY of glSTfoirlY reudered by Plan on Experience Volume the containing the History of which com to tier Printed for the Authoi n the TO be at a new fashionable a Dai om hoscat before to liold two Morocco silverplated buill ou a liprnt eoaslrnrrion a lijht with a Morocco plated fit for Tnwn orfiluBtry Capital with tVie very valuable FnruiTurc aud A very eligible with threeelcnat RuitaMc with va luable and of a Geiitfe The are well celnukttd a be viewed with which may be had of To Mustard Bbrfc tIwnr and Alum Grinding for ami requJMiijr with romplite aud imiiti diate THE nibble LEASE of a capital DWEL large gar and and detached mustiini manufactory u dUtiuct entrance by au ad joining gateway completely fitted np two pair of crushingstoiv two burse of filitable working bruisers and sifting and every useful requisite also an additional ingenious invention and wrought by the snnte potters and at the same fur culling ttud circular saw laths the whole forming a vory profitable and advan tageous of which the will five satis tory Particulars apply to Crea on and Surveyors aud Jreat ia a nrrt j O sive lp aiuia Oxoiiii Prustaul veualcs H et ct i This treat Lie being in iimiliar may le re 01 t epitome of those now the stojcct of pubLq liuusiu Oxford and In a short time uill IK for Jusjjna Joeph and Matkiulny EUKipriMS IPHIGENU in rt nA Oirtimoruui Exem Marklaadiin d et aliprnlm DecliotttViinc et ribnes looornui aliqiiot dnm Lately and may tirj izii ct j Sophoch rj Gprauiatica Kxplica j qiiibus Jnvenalis WANTS a as Sia ge YOUNG who can have an undeniable for honesty and to direct postpaid at White Cripplcifate A PERSON possessing some and pood who may wish to form a PART may have au opportunity of doing with a Toting Man of an artive wno has engaged iu the Wine inott rcsprctable reference will he given and C Fieetsfw DETACJ1ED be two West one rfctaclu d he Lease of 18 with Modern to be sold t has a small lawn before the and a moderate gar and iu a good containing eleven the other eight has two and may answer for one or two nnrt ticulars to opposite Leicus O be LET for a term of and on a niodefubuilt DWELLING situate at which consists of a arpp a small and IraII in with six good a hackkitchen and with and two gitrdcos and orchard 1 erring is only a quarter of j mile fronrthc aboat throe miles from Worth Particulars in quire for John Fervinjj or James IJTERARY 1 3F of Mrtririe Battomrvv on and Jti against iu the Calculating is define and by DER Inner Spli citm Printed fcr icli is tbeao designed in objtort of this tiactj tlior baaTnot jit the persons who are euj branch of commercial spccufti Solicitor will tiud in it an In his expected has followed Parks of the Law ip Insniuncc ia the Rice and Progress d Jitiimmaryj Account of been well contains innclii valuable iuformatiunin a very namm Enfarpedfor Day is price and illustrat ed by those pf A GRAMMMt Familiar Introd Practice of that Schoob and pet which require ui the pur Principles and ly jutcodrd for the use of ipauieu by numerous ex or no on the approved plan of the Grammar By the Author of the Grammar of the ClassBook Readuiz Printed for Richard London and to be had of all booksellers and of Of whom may be just The Dutiouary of with its application Aita aud Chemistry id Ails and by recently A FOB crrrbelliibed wit fen shillings Colfetionof POJPULAR STO JL RIK3 fur the tie and old English uewly and The design of work will be the best explained by naming the which forjn the ContcutS REPORT BY HIS EXCE1LENCY THE FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS T8 HIS MAJESTY THE ESIPEROE AND conquering arms liad made you master of Vienna the greater part of the Aus trjan provinces were occupied by jThe fote of the empire was in The IJEmperpr of Austria catnc to visit ydnr Majesty iu besought you an enii to conflict j because so fatal whohad lie offered to luuinterruptvd the yon jmight employ ull force in the war against aud acknowledged that the fate of Wrms had given you the right to demand all that Uo swqre to you friendship auu Majesty wrasarteottjd by this mournful example of the uiutabiHty ot liti jnan afiuirs you cbcrld without deep coiu once so jiow of his power imd You genetous at 6iice to the aiJ Yon jivere able to retain your extensive conqnots you yielded up the greater part of Km pire of Austria aose The Crow if was lised upon Sovereign Europe could not behold without admiration tbis act of magnanimity and Your Majesty did not exact the tribute of gratitude which was The Emperor of Austriasoon forgut the oath of eternal friend Reestablished on his and assu redly misled by perfidious Ire aimed at jio other object than to collect once more litS re and prepare for a fresh when ever he misjlii renew it with The war with Prussia soon laid open these insidious Antria to astemble an army bnttht victoryof Jena frustrated Still and destitute of and site deterred to another pe riod the executionof her hostile Treaty of Tilsit ended this war your Majesty which btsct north of inactive they surroanded the Austrian if ambitious policy had iutiueneed the of your Majesty if the the Austrian Monarchy had been and de sire had been the great object ayour who bad no lio possible movement to fearon the who was at the liead of who occupied the Grand Duchy of and all to act against your Majesty might have called her to account for her sn picious conduct during the war with Prussia and for the delivery of Cattaro to the Montene which by virtue of the treaty of Bresbnr was to shewed yourself indulgent to You Majesty gave no ear to youriawn rtsentmcnts nor to the counsel of triumphant You demirng joariti me peace iHi Cheerful Family Residence withiu TUruc Miles East the Royal TO be Furnished or a very convenient and subsf autial FAMILY itb excellent willed dou le fourstall aud dctaclicd brew iduse coinpnsing toffrther about two Tbc whole isposcd witb infinite and luxuriously stocked with may be hadef near tbc Royal Ex jountry irt Miles from with 30 Acres of TO be for Term of Fourteen BCRGH comprising an entrance lifting witb bowed of godd which is a library or witb bowed a large aud toreroom and kit servants and larder ou the principal floor arefonr best bed rooms add over arc seven garrets tbiee two fourstall laundrymaidV and farm with a pmd of excellent partwalled abnndapce of tandanl fniit and 50 acres of meadow aud pasture The snituhle to the may be hod with immediate Tickets to and further apply to Mr and his Cat Children in the Wood Perouclla Fortuvatos GuRelda Cat Robia Hood Little Red Riding Hood Blue Beard Puss in Boots The Sleeping Beauty Cinderella with the Tuft Hop O MyTbamb Scanty and the Bcait Fortunio Jack the Giantkiller Torn Thumb Goody Twoshoes The Champknis Tulentine and Orson Rataland The Three Aladdin Nourjauad Jack the Bean Stalk TO BE PEREMPTORILY SOLO PURSUANT to an Order the High Court of made in a SAUNDERa agaiust before Charles one of the f the tuid in several at the public Sale f the in days of between the boms of tuelve and one in the afternoon of encb mdLeasehold Estates of Edward late of j situate near Bayswater VrelriHStreWy Grabs tnecnstrffct near Gi iy both rteM jinstrect and both near ihicc Mbrrtnvr8lreetjdtnr Diike Manchesterson riitteohaincourtrosul Jratoa 9 e 4 Printed for Tabartand Co at Original Juvenile Li New and tube had of ull the Booksellers antl Toymen ia tTie whom also inay be had TaLartl Moral in and selected and revised froTn Jauf in four siinilor to the price half or nil the de tached inthtfOldand New in the language of the Sacred the Prodigal half Robiuson abbreviated for young with twentyfour price 4s oUhatf Gnltivers twelve coloured price T larger portion appHeiltQ Stocks by the Bro kers and commercifrf CotnpmniesXrf theCSty et More Examples nndereath Kaile than aro o be found in any other to of Com pound This Day is with the full SYSTEM Df PRACTICAL METlCj applicabletOthe of Trade and Money iltastrated by numerous Exam ples caqh he use of By tW feifenriBc Dia elte iinfta isinteftaed to ob viate that etery iemyibg ban more to Jeaijit rplatwe feil practiced eyttnonslirtu IS liflherto acein put an end to the with A treaty was concludec in gave bacji though it was not Anstrij whichput Cattaro into your possession boundaries of both Italy were ftxed By means of an exchange Isonzo became tbi whirh nature herself anticipated hi order to prevent Montefalcone so important for the security of was to the and tnat wa no intention of territory It was acknowledged that was no longe any subject of controversy between yourMajest and theErnperor of From thistime there were no no but al the marks of perfect Your Mujest thought you might forget a war which Austrit had excited without any provocation and its which had brought honour to tlie arms o You indulged yourself in the hope ol a peace which should no more lie The horrible expedition against and the Orders of Council of the Htbof had proved that the English would tolerate no neutral conduct made nil Eu rope The Emperor of de sirous to evince that he partook of this feelingj recalled his Ambassador from and xhm all his ports against the Boon disturbances burst forth in Spain at the rnsti gation of Chnrles wasdriven frota the throne by who was counselled by the Duke del and other adherents of and whose Object was to break the connectionbetween France and Your Majesty was anxious to prevent this dangerous acquisition by your enemy and op pose their undertakings Wlien the anhappy King deeply afflicted at the blow he had IHH the conspiracy of which he had been the was desirous to resign his yourMajesty accepted in order to restore what Louis had and relic the bonds which had for a century preserved the peace between tlie two of the and the intrigues of the had put sOrue of the Spanish provinces state of It was then that that dis secu which had been but half observed before the battle of flames of dissent lionand war whichhad arisen in tlie south in spired Austria with the the njotnent was come when the treaty tf mlghtbe She aruiea Jieraelfj and a was carried be merely defeusiyey wijh which Austria which the of Austnu could Being returawl From Bayouwe to your Majesty declared your seutiuieuts iu to that in a conversatioii ull Europe has reechoed and which al lowed no doubt to mnain any where your paciii With as iuuch sincerity and good fmth u generosity and your Majesty represented to voa that these without and inconsiderably would draw aftrr them contrary to the will of your Majesty and rfie Emperor of aml even of his Ministers in case they should adopt his pacific Of so grtat efltct is Uie inspiring a with which they have suggested them am longer oner thiy have been raisid have been wise po at that to hav obliged Austria to threatening her the whole force of armies which snrrdirpded her on all Slujisty would certainly have had in full tonndence on your alliance with lent an ear to suu ion oftliat Power wnich hoped that Austria would be bronqht back to SOtiuder policy and more pacific the Aiistriaji at thut our tlwit no from these ifliua The Emperor of Austria wrote to your to testify his pacKJC Baruu V on who that repeated that Your Majesty believed in the sincerity of this You gave the Emperor Francis the most solemn assurances of purposes in tlie letter wiiich you wrote to him immidiauly on yoilr return ironk the time that yiktr with so much repeated tlcse so well calculated to biinibh all weH as all motives for arming on the part of jour Majesty invited the Princes of the Confederation to break up from the ments which they luid Your Majesty evacuated the towns of of your troopsleft Germany But it was in vain tjiat your rVfisjesty dis played this Your tiqns were The prepsi tations were continued in Austria witb greater zeal notwithstanding the severity of the sea exercise of the militia The harbour of Trieste win opeqed to tUeEng lish ships of war accompanied and conducted them to MaJrajand tiiose from JIalta conveyed ttte English The Spanish insnrgeiiis uere imidlv at The Austrian Minister the agent of the Junta in sprlud Mlg their corfespoinlence in forwgit The Austrian dominions hud with lam poous against France the iewspapcrs of that eonntry bad circulated fulse iirteirence con the ftflairs of The writers publisheda fullinarratlve of the of thtr French at doubtltss that the Government of your Mtijehtv slioiild it the wonders of Churles me Fifths witii these menaciirg and iiostile marks of ill which wensuittd tx poiftt out the end of these as icll a tlie spirit of the system which Austria Such were the reports which your Majesty froto Spain that country you i ad The numerous Spanish armies iVrre scattered like The English were busied in effecting their retreat and this retreat from before your exposed it to imminent perih One of those accidents to which ihe events of war gave brought to vbur Ma jestys knowledge the of the Spanish Junta with the Austrian and the promise of Austria to assist the Junta with men a promise withbut with no intention to fulfil and merely to feed the courage of the insurgents with cleceitful as if which so visibly watches over your Majesty or rather over France has conducted you thrpngh sd and in so ac way every where attended you iu your were itself desirous tb unveil this disloyalty and treachery of those who did not yet dare to avow themselves your of the King of England of the l6th of your1 hands In this your Majesty read these remark able expressions And if among the nations icliich andeitlie tv ranuy of French or amoug those wbicb mniutaio against France a ilonbtful independence there shouDi be any tvep are balancing be tween the certaifl ruin of a nrofongcd inactivity and tlie contingent ifeugersoran erVwt to saVe tlicinselycs from that ruin to nations so th deliiswe proVpect uf1 a peace between Great Britain and France could to be peculiarly lhir preijanslioos miyilt be relaxed Ity the vain hope of rctuiniDs or their purpose sUalitH by the apprebcnsiuD of being left M contend it was herWIiPVirLo warned vauf Majestyconcerning the preparations of Austria Thesepreparations were to frnstraftf what the two Ernperois had done to effect thif naritime peace Voafr Majesty could no longer doubt that with auotiier ran f The pfedge Erfurth was herjjelf her ftmr reflect upon what you to your AVitli of the frho is now tlie Jn and tliat is founded on the vic with which can be petoiitted to that Qonf vet sucltessPfl of your ge jijgy may had you iu jtrauu ir might have ei one Englisliman Your Ma sacrifice to the secnrtty of tuSck to tiiisuaethe the safety wrote from to the ;