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Day (Newspaper) - November 2, 1809, London, Middlesex EVERY MORNING AT SIX OCLOCK NOVEMBER PillCE SIXPENCE Oatcaton i of Matthew GENERAL POST July A PENALTIES o Me with fall lately been recovered ui uo rrugkt by the direciiun ofth ATastef Crenerol apandt a very ctnstderaUc Mercantile Haux in nto an EstnUUhnient In a forge manufaeturiu r tmrn at C j nffciiding against the Statutes yf the Sth dyed Quern and the hi 60 s cjf ttmuiUf LETTERS in PARCELS another Ay LETTERS in PARCELS another to and from and tlicir It is Imped that this n to the nwuv ILKil 60 picos licces vi i other others thai haie been by the Orders nf the m N eM of the cf FENi Rathbone ne TC 1 illegal r Command nj hit Maieihis Pasmnstrr FRANCIS i n r hcust ad hri aid O YOUNG conversant In the different Auction and Appruising wishes for a situation as Clerk pnsvbed or Manager to an Auctioneer of His rcfe j wices will be found panicularly from his late ytir for he did business the last four aduitii addressed to will be ami Vvuvr Mcrs i attended THI REAL JAPAN nude by UAY and ten vcry THIS invaluable with half the usual produces tjie most brilliant jet blark ever affords nourishment to the will not toji the finest is perfectly free from any unplewant and will retain virtue in my Sold wholesale by Day and at the High Holborn retail by Taristock Street Swallow Street Finch Lane thr principal and H I in every Town throughout 12 the United in ttone N V and T i brfwinj c three a Yorkshire T briUunt By IHi rith inus Or THE MEDICAL his Diy wa in price N ANALYTICAL VIEW of the MEDI CAL the BRITISH i ladys md at h By JAMlo at HORSE n itmny wnrkiwg wrh harness and iR SALE iJV THE and Cole it Eve witb thr rf i and wo tan and kid r ms 9s 50 pirrcs o ut 7On 500 yards Coatings anfl s prnw 100O yard luiO yjrris navy bl 64 r in 1COO tir breeches SOO Serjeants H u his Great Seville by Older of tjie Exc PIOUSEHOLD FURNJ of old tasiiiowd a TI il ievtnU tnvj i f rood for Mer and chimney eL iii liijlia bamboo and a lofty dirnruand fine cJa marble Turkey two J j jn a of other effects late the her residence in Cavendiih CHAKLLi Lecturer on the IlAcuec f Hot Primed for Pall Mill where msj be for to be corrtinuod price 6A of the Observer and Familv Monitor or London Monthly Compendium of Medical I By a Society of Practical FROM THE FRENCH of Uearinj at Room at in the alwve valuable of costly about forty years i lingly good consisting rwo ex rowiu anj ptticoU of gold silver i of gertlemens appare tuperbly embroidered with gulJ liiverhilted V rSe Professional I Houst Per i i or Exchang i ui trrri in any that DIRECTORY to be Continued ntrJ ror Manchtster zrc received and aUo by ierhy and Oiford ror of whom the Pirectory all flooksellerj throughout tbi United C 71 v per Newcastle Cnj Company inoit respectfully acquaint ind that a previous to the jrrcat the 10 cnd of the aliovr for prompt to q lity they p 1 at tlint dours onpnrite Sickvillr will be to any fi LI f verctpt and tajan five PUBLIC inland Coals of excellent Moira from the of the Earl of m Ashby are now It is positively that his Majesty the Em peror left Schienbninh on the at two oclock in the It appears that his Imperial and Royal Majesty will pass a few days at Letters from the department of the Hntite tic Postmasters of Chiu and havf orders to have in it and Saint by the number of rwrcs necessary for the passage of the It is expected that nis M will hare turned to his capital by the It is that his Majesty the Emperor bctcnv goinT will stop for A few minutes a SL where his arrival are is We hear from tFat the Com in that by ot t I horses and escorts aje along the road from Vienna to and All the letters frcm Vierma contain various par ticulars relative ro the conditions of but none of uiem contain any positive statement on the appears that the payment of contributions due by occasioned considerable Kigfat in the An estafette who left the Jmperial headquarters at Strasburph on tlie has this instant arrived intelligence that peace has been signed between France and her allies on one and Austria on the At the same relays have been ordered for the service of his Majesty the Emperor Napo who was to leave Schoenbuunn on the fo proceed by way of and to i All the family Royal Highness the Grand Duke are assembled hers the Emperor and offer him flieir It is the Hereditary GrandDrike will accom pany his Majesty t Certain mtclligence wan received at cur Court that die tmperpr NapoleCtji left Sclioen brunn on the at four in die after and that orders had beeQ grven to proclaim peace at on the 161 with the greaiest One hundred cannons will be fired frotn tlie ramparts of thaf citfiXm tihe According to the we have re ceiVed Majestys he pro to view the works lately constructed near the Abbey of at in the vicinity of Lintz visit Passau and Court of Bavaria and Louis by the wjy of and Goppinghen and then through Pfortheinv and to where lie will be received with the greatest His Kroellency the in a circular of the 4h acquaints the Caritona Govern King oi for tidin disturbances the Doctor Schneider is still confined in the townhouse the most perfect tranquillity prevails throughout the The fortincation1 of Lindau are going on and t affords pleasure to see the same V oralbergers working on who so recemly were led astray by the They are fortifying the as was erroneously extending the cut at the expence of die fine countryscuts in the vicinity of tlie Yesterday a courier arrived with orders to get ready ior tomorrow a great number of He set out again to convey similar orders to all the posts on the road to This and mrtfiy lead us to expect that w shall tomorrow see our august und invincible A second courier is to have brought word that his will arrive thii and that he will pass the night is Tomonow peace will be formally proclaimed in this by order of liis Majesty the Em peror Since the 1st the parades at Schoen have been limited on Sundays and Thurs Imrrvediatrjy after that of the the Empercr gnvc audience in his Cabinet to the at present in His Majesty had 3 long conversation with The evacuation of the hospitals in Vienna is actively going The stores are conveyed towards and thence to the other establishments along the line of depots in the direction of According to some reports which are in circu but withcmt any character of respecting the cessions rrude by Austria in the Treaty of that Power will lose both the famous snlt pits of in the principa with the serious comwaints which have reached htm from the French re specting jhe harbouring of Austrian who have escaped into the iijterior of Switper The Landarnman requdsts Cantons to redoubt their measures of police stitch of the prisoners as elude the vigilance of tary LEIPZIG It is that the tjbke of Abrsntes in a very short repair to where he will make but it is not thoight liis headquarters irill be transferred t Quarters arepreparing atFrjSiirghfin tJie Erz and tracts which are ex pected 10 there wnum aKn m be Stafford csrellcnt from 11 and and VVarwickshre Anj at the India and all supplied by he Irrng and justly celebrated upcrior quality ii sunling the most intense and u any form or with a cement Clay to by tbin tj tund lire longer than any bricks offered 0 and stimptd tlie f sjld by at the same Bilstone and of all six o five feet cost piriH addressed will be dniy attended 1 FAMILY J v by a spacious the centre house on the latel fitted up at a very considerable order and fit for the immediate rccef i the apartments ire uthrr c the drawingroom uory lofty of large di by finishtd in t f i which supply her different possessions j Letters from Presburg of die llth I that tlie troops of the Austrian the major I part of which had been for some time concen trated in the environs of Ci are on of military accoutrement proceeding in the direction of AH the Saxon which was sent back from is now mounted on the outworks and ramparts of this A great number of peasants continue to with the upon the The Madrid Gazette remarks upon various ab surdities in djat of The effrontery of the official falsehoods of the latter is not less singular than tlie dishonesty with at the mandate of the rebellious it distorts the articles which it pretends to copy from the It be too much to qr to expect any regard for truth on the part of men are the prey of a spirit of faction and Truth is sufficiently avenged by their contra At one time an express from Gibraltar brings his Britannic Majestys Cpnsol at Cadizauthentic intelligence of tfie evacuation of Vienna and tlie environs by the French In consequence of a decisive action at an brig ar rived in the announces thtEmperor of Austria has formally refused to ratify die ar After publishing so many destroying und upon another occasion of the and wounding or lulling thirtythree of thcir the of Seville must have fcnnd it not a little embarras sing to admit even the existence of this same It expresses itself in terms of die warmest indignation with regard to die articles of tne It is really it that Austria can have assented disgraceful an What a profoun4 sensation must it not produce in Europe All die from the first to die are degrading to the Sove reign of His bet important are delivered up to the French Coun tries into which their arms had not are spontaneously abandoned Ifoy them The good and Tyrolese are and all diis to purchase a suspension of hostilities for one What more could have been authorized means employed by the pretended defenders of die Spanish in order to jrpctuate their blindness But wili otrhe effrontery with which duy sport with have at length the effect of thcir on their guard the only ten dcncy of which is to hurry them on to their ruin On tlie 4th his Mijesty issued the follow ing The Fcclesbsricil and the Cathedral and CollejnJ Cliaptcn of the shall admit to open in their churches and for jhe of and other to investitures so j disposed of the suppressed who from thiir their be tqjally entitled to the culbuon of livings u their com pttitcrs ainong the The parihes which have heretofore been subject to the spiritual jnrkdiction of the shl bo underthat of the and tj the territorial limits within h they be shall he ruled and administered in Lbe same manner is tht oihsj parts of their A diird Decree places tiie wax lights of the suppressed moitistories at the disposal of the Mi nister for Religious to be appropriated to the use of such churches belonging trPrhe convents as may be lett or JLuibuted the poorer A tiiurth Decree ciLicts Whereas it is unjust that die dNturbers of the realm should have die the jispoitions relative to the public every debenrure upcii the which shall not be presented within month for the lisii of the inteudants oi the Pro shall be declarednui and and b cancelled for the benefit of the MANUFACTURES OF A people born under a sun too to ad mit the exercise of and fatigues to form a robuit will the weakness Of their boilies especially if they huvefiw endeavour to obtain scanty livelihood by the easiest It is from that diemanufactures cf cloth are io multiplied m In It is that die manufacturer of cloth prevails most in those provinces where die people are least capable of robust On the coast of in the pro vince of when at some distance from Hyp high and a princip1 it is dif ftdui to find a villjye in which every and is not employed a piece of The assistance which a wife and family are capable of affording to the labours of the mayhave contributed to the preference given bya lazy to this manu The thread is laid the whyle length of the piece of hence the weavers live enJre Jyin as couW work else in diis A is no despicable He is next to die and above all the Tlie dhtinctions of opening to i c of tiit a neit antiroom and in the ic vrry requisite detaclicd communicating is a ariraJl S oom jn d rlgant and fashionable Housofcold tj T by the be viewed liy mjy had of Ko i point of being distributed in other The j a situation completely atmosphere of that fortress is and the troops are subject to various maladies in that marshy coynti This with die happy turn which the negotiations have has induced the Emperor of Austria to permit a certain number of regiments to go into canton ments in the cities farthest distant from die north of Hungary enjoining to hold themselves in readiness to at the earliest to the positions which they hitherto Advices from various sources concur in that immediately after the signature cf the Emperor of Austria intends to proceed to where he will reside with his until the French troops have Vienna and Lower The Courier which is to bring us notice of the precise tiroe of the Emperor Napoleons is eipccted diis It is there diat we shall not see his Majesty before the in the or die Post of die linen of which the habit Tlie habithus at this the samecut which it had a diousandyerirs Ornaments of or srivcT are marks of aye indulged only to tiieir children jewels are mt worn about the excepting on particular even by the grandees the man empire affects no odier advantage in his but diat cf hncn exceedingly Here ftmay be jin quired how works of such niceness can be produced by a it what is said of their mechanics be must be deprived of such tools as seem absolutely necessary to fi nish stich fine Tlie surprize will be heightened when we diat at in the province of where all the cloths for dir use of the Kin7 and his seraglio are are of such wonderful fineness as to exceed times rhe of permitted v made r any one else the The hand of an Indiancookwendi shall be more delicate than that of an European die skm and fcfures of a porter shall be softer than of a professed petit Tiie women wind Otf the raw sill from the pod of the A single pod of raw silk is divided into twenty different degrees of fineness and exquisite 15 of vhese whilst the is running through fheir fingers so swiKly their eye can be no they will break it oft exactly as the assortments at once from the first to the from the ninej teenth to the The clumsy fin1 gers of an would scarcely be able to j make a piece of with the instruments j which are all that an Indian employs in a j piece of hones for own that none dare to lend borrow none lend but none bor row AUo would have two lest one shind be or have some other lett also Lt it is an thing for a gentle woman to mumping when God Irdi their Lord and Lady with a good AKo wir i I riJe or or tra vliing from one to I will have attending sr for cither of tiiose said wo I ard for either of them 3 Also I will have six oeight and I will have my two ouJ lined with velvet to with four very fair horses and a coach for my lined with sweet one laced other with and laced 1 ice and widi four good I will have two cpach tor my the odisr for ray Also it any when I I will be not only carroches spir fcr me niy women but1 will have such carriages shall be futing for 01 deriv not pestering mv with my wo nor tiieirs with nor cheirj Aiso for I I havethem sent away with the to see all safe and the chambermaids I will have the that me cham and Also fcr it i indecent to crowd up mvself with my gentleman usher in my I will have him to a to attend either in citv or And f nvst have two And mv Jere is that yon defray ul the charges r And fur besides my yearly al I would have twenty gowns of apparel six ot tiiem excellent good eight of them for the and sis others of them very ex cellent goou Also I would have to put in my and and so for ycA to pay my Aiso I would have to buy and to buy me a pearl series I nm you I pray you to my children their schooint alo my servants men wc mcn their Ah I will hive my and all my to b suited with all such as tit as silver cupboards of fair and such like so r my drawingchambers in al I will have them delicately both and all thinethereunto my desire that you would pay all my build Ahby and purchase lands and levH no money as you l6ve God tothe Lord uho would hive all perhaps your life from youRemember his my Lord Waklen entertainment he gave when you Were at If ou were he he would be a a 2 bro and he said he would marry nicI protest tgfieve to see the poor man have so little wit to use his so Aiso he fed me with untruths concerning but that is the least he wished me much harm you know God keep you and tne from such as he So npw that I have declared to you what I would and that is that I would not I pray that when you he un to allow me more thin I now and double Your loving ELIZA a Cars or i It 2t this to the Hoors of the rooms pcrsjcs cf uuaky and Eithr the of or the oi her drove into a lit of rf On the north side cf tlie Charrrhouse close them and is pare of the bfloitig to their Compt jn and uiy Lord atteuipteu to Juuae the ladys by hw with tne hope of obtaining a grmt of the in o extensive PUBLIC DINNER AT The following curious extracted from a recent will probably afford enter The dinner at the Rorjnda was magni The tables were laid out parallel to each across the great circular at the head of which passed through the end opposite to the the Lord Mayor presided on his right hand was his Grace the Lord Licutennru i n Secretary and at the foot was Sheriff Rid d His Grace the Lord Lieutenant and his with die several heads of die die Army and the and all the chief characters in the city of were The entertainment was But did the Emperor Austria participate in this the fruit of secret which we shall not at present dwell upon It seems certain that he and that his sur on being informed of was very having been urged by die General the to execute the principal the evil has become Ail that now remains to this Emperor to avail himself of the in preparations for eventually renewing hostilities with greater vigour than as be presumed from an armistice insulting to the condi tions of peace proposed by Buonaparte should be the absolute submission cf the House of Lor and the dismemberment of its states and entire If persons well acquainted with the state of de pendance to which the Junta is are to be diis been inserted by com mand of the Marquis who meddles in every adds die Madrid are die will be John who the office Mayor pany si of in and was called The Rich She had accordingly brought the were ai drank wtn his Lordship a very fortune but her ex On Lord AS cilmgton s Ft were ample in pro Pole in a and The as frequently happened in deliver these is without but it must evidently t i t ii y Oil have been written several years alter their i nf s Tinp1 i iy vca have mv Robrive tliis by his heart is toot a short speech ncxiy in these my riage MY SWEETE Now 1 have declared to you mymind for the settling of your I suppose that it were drinking 1 anddic greatest wish ol inteTVst of his nauvr Cvuntry in gene life has been to not ;