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Day (Newspaper) - November 22, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX NOVEMBER PRICE a pond STACK of WARE with with or without in any pan of the in for at Book TO on BUILDING Company of at a Ce rrv tobc helu Fen of Nirvrnhir at u large Piece of for the A rrw to cuntain 60 of the Ironmongerrow and Old Street cilii for taking such or more of not less than two houses in a clear of all eiccpt the property the on or before Mon thr hours of ten and i may be Landtax it rs O 1 T BE DISPOSED I t of a HOUSE and neatly fitted to which there is s very pretty with the addition of would be 1 Very fjr anyone it might it being situated wiriotcn mi There is IS years uneipirrd taxes nvvleraie the present proprietor i whulei The or part of the he tohr as suit the purehas will be Particulars V N i I uwrr or bj post will be imme SALES BY THJS SCOTT respectfully informs the that the with nor advertised for U DISPOSED OF BY PRIVATE New To and EDMUND on the Jacobs at by order of Assignees oT and and SUNDRY Lots of HOUSEHOLD FURNI comprising mahogany chests of coachtop japanned a fenden and Venetian a quantity of shop glared ncsu of two good mahogany top with double lingle countinghouse and At the time win be 4 quantity of horn lan tin fish and other Dutck and sundry tin about 12 dozen throsted handle two ihips capital iron shodwheel can and nearly a fourwheel and har or good ari1 sivirimn a substantial LEASE I I N near Finsburysquare on the basement a large jiJ diningroom on the ground r bedroom on the first the second ard three pood the ic flat and convt on thr topki the hus to to is a 1 which has two pair of doers i enough tu admit car i are held umlcr leasr from the Corpo an unorpired term of near 40 a nf ten pounds per Tii and Count Old hnd SHARES for the ensuing A I I onthr new and improved and T he Scheme 4 1 500 1 he whole to be ilrawn in One Partner with Sir Jnmts Brans removed to near the Mansion icrs the ii f to the Scheme o contains FORTY CAPITAL wiih onlv nd the wkoU tobe K February uch confidence claims the favours of the two lait divided amongst AN R Forfeited By at his opposite Clements This and Two fosfowing at extensive and valuable collection of UN RL DEEMED PROPERTY consisting of many ex cellent gold with duplex and horizontal escape going fusees and jewelled numerous sil ver and metal fowlingpieces and pis musical and mathematical a variety of books of the beet woollen and black and white Ladies and Gentlemens table and feather bed and and a diversity of other Leasehold Dwelling House and late EUis and on the at by order of tie genuine HOUSEHOLD FURNI 1 sn eijhtday and other of deceased consisting of fourpost with excellent goose feathers and bed chots of bureau and mahogany and Pembroke At twelve oclock will be sold the Lease hold for an uneipired term of 14 at a low of Prire of 500 R Little Bedwin Manor and By at at in tfiree A Capital FREEHOLD the Manor tTL or reputed Manor of Little with Two and ceding I to really an incredible rytuate in a healthy admired fine sporting adjoining entitled to and I en in oved SO and 1 1r the lateState retum tne PubUcfor the i T iu nt jnvt to the new for Drawing in One ami to assure that it has rally tliexpectations of by doing away sifneint on that have been so much com r heg leave to the New State which i on the lirne and will be drawn iir Tickets of each if Priz of o 20 X 44 iO Y I T i nd arc mmon Sale at the old facing tht i and KETS AT K an and Fickett c his the that in conse tlisCuntrartors frr te City Lottery of lawering ir ind of selling the Tikets at Icr and he flatters himwif tint he to ainoimce a still funhtr of which rive timely wiil certainly take place in Sale of Linen PAGE ind on the Pre This and following at by direction of the Henry rrtiring frooi ALL the remaining STOCK in consisting of very fine Irish table sheet printed muslins of every blacit and bom printed calicoes both yard and ell and a jreat variety of other assorted In small lots the convenience of private families and country An excellent Auortment of at their Spacious at Capital Collection of FORFEITED AR from of also from of Fetterlane conijidnj of five hun dred ounces of modern fine gold repeating an4 plain brilliant and fancy fine capital fine French elegantl iack and white Uce veils and superfine and Geolle meni wearing table and bed silk and cotton bed and ether miscellaneous Ann of to sur render November December and January at at Wybonrn and Burke Craigs Thomas Kcndrick and James of dealers and De cemker and January at at the Palace Man Manchester and Philip Francis of dealer and November December and January at at Attomies Collins and Thomas of dealer and November at December at and January at at Rigby and William of November December and January at at Mary Ann of Reading dealer and December 4 and at at the Angel Reading Read Ing and Austice and Kings Benchwalks John Mattock dealer and December at at the Bell at at the Crown and I geurs of his who arrived the day before This corps will be garrisoned here January at at the Old Matlock Fsirthorne and Fsirthorne and London and John late of dea ler and December 19 and and January at at the Star and Hect James of November and December and at at the Bush Bristol Osbornes and Bristol and James of the Old City moneyscri dealer and November December and January at New William dealer and November December and January u at of plaster A Marlboronjh one mile from the Bath four fstun seven from thirteen from Newbnry and and forty from Bath comprising about 590 acres of excellent inclosed Ara and Wood The which is a very com fortable family with lands and woods con tainlng about 100 are in the occupation of the Pro who will possession the remainder is in Two let or short at low The Estate is finely ornamenting and screening the which a pleasing inequality of hill and com manding bcauiful and abounding with with the advantage of the Kennet and Avon and the plea sure of a trout bordering the Estate the build ings Lave been recently This interesting Property is highly and eminently merits the attention of Gentlemen deuruus of residing on tkeir fond of Geld pack of celebrated fox is kept within and a pack of within two Attorney at at Francis of Here Edward of Covent at at John of at at William of at at Guildhall William of Token at Isaac of at at Wil of at at the house of Heary WorklngtonT Robert Wright and John of at at William of at at Guild hall Samuel Edwyn and Henry late of at at the Black moors George of at the New New Charles of Turnham at at William of it at Guildhall James of Totteoham at at Thomas at at Hannah late of at at Lon cheese along with a detachment of which is expected in a few The Emperor hunted with a few days in the plain of Count the SvreJish is arrived the Spanish Ambassador expected to The yacht which was in the has been re moved to the great canal in the This little which was presented to the Emperor by the merchants of is of a very elegant form the body is painted grey upon the deck i square saloon is which is painted with sixlateral windows in the front of this salion there is a glass door the back or stern part hai no and is decorated with a grand impe rial Great numbers have arrived here in the train of the but there are still many un The inhabitants of Fontainbleau used formerly to during the tours of the lodgings for twenty thousand A great number of houses have since been built or en larged and we have therefore in certain with some that the multitude who had flocked hither was too great to procure Last Friday Le Secret du Meaage was perform ed at the Theatre of the The functions of his Excellency Governor General Andreossy have been at an end ever since the ratification of the Treaty of Peace he now resides at as Imperial French Commis sioner for the execution of the The Aus trian and the former Police of this are resumed under the orders of Count The Vienna Gazette is henceforward to be con ducted by an Austrian civil and as be published twice a We expect the first number to appear The corps of Marshal Prince Eck has left that city and its and is soon expected in The Emperor of Austria will arrive in Vi quarters will be at It i sup posed that by the of no more Frenchmen will remain FRANK A report is that one of the Princes of the Confederation of the who has dis played the greatest attachment to will receive in Hanover the reward of that Letters from Berlin that for some Jars reports have been in circulation respecting exchanges of to be made by an agree ment between and Ac cording to the town of Mernel is at at William of at at Henry of at at WUtaw sa at the Crown Willum late of at at the Crown William late of at at the White Hart George late clo at at It John of Henry CX ABBS v jirice in L and his Part IT of all Languages compared with the ci ORit Printed for thf IT jorof publication was noticed in the trnm of i sil more worthy of By a carefo will be of many particulars not generally hivir i in Crabbs M br i and easy in v i1 anl a thorough knowledge hitherto laid before the JAPAN by DAY and v in Vile vuh half the rtiluces the moM brilli mt jet bUck ever tj the will nor ptrfffily free any unpleasant ii any i bv at the irn retail by Tavistock 1 and M tr in every Town thrunghout in or Rosbs HEADS CF I AIJ i h th oJs large Grecian at his Great SJY at THE excellpnt and genuine HOUSEHOLD a very clear and perfect pier or chim 80 inches by a 64 inches by two ele grn Grecian sereial good Turkey and Brussels car pes a neat drawingroom twelve eating a1 organised grand by barpsi a very capital by a porjblc three marble a eapitU iron three feet seven by three feet ore and a variety of the property of a Gentleman removed from the of Lawrence of or of PARTNERSHIPS Thomas Beamon and William of New Bond Glover and Charles of Hammond and Thomas ot George Clark and Robert of John Joseph Isaac Sarah and Joseph of Thwaitj and John of Merton Joshua William Tboley and George Fur of Swamon FRENCH By WA on the Great Port near it by order of the Assignees of JOHM Hatter and a HIS STOCK in Household Furni hats finished and Morocco and kid Japanned bedsteads mahogany twofiap Grecian and patent chimney kitchen copper and iron Valuable Stock of TinirSr and and useful Building at Kent and Lau rencei Cannonstreet near the Commercial at in A Large Assortment New Fir Timber in joist and quartering Riga plank and lath fine and twelve feet deals twenty feet inchandhalf spars for double and single rent Also a jiiantity of useful Materials pulled Accounts from Berlin confirm the that for some months the payment of the contri butions due by Prussia to France has been ius We know not the reason of but it is certain that the best understanding continues to prevail between France and It is that the very exhausted state of the public treasury may have been the cause of the It is generally asserted that the Prince of Ponte about to return to He was even expected there on the night of the very soon after the evacuation of that and this evacuation appears to be fixed for the 15th of The demolition of the which was very far has been suspended until the return of a courier who has been sent to the Emperor Accounts from in that many of the inhabitants of that city having hid a considerable quantity of belonging to the Austrian the French military authorities ordered searches to be the re sult ot which has been the discovery ot several thousand pair of and cf a great quantity of linen The Brunn Gazette has published an article on this in which it that the French authorities have behaved with a great deal more moderation than the Austrians did in in which they with the punishment of every individual in whose possession should be found any property belong ing to the Bavarian The remon which were made on that sub by the civil local were In rhat article it is That it is the Austrian Government which ought to indemnify the inha bitants may be real sufferers from that ope In publishing this the French mi litary authorises have no other object in view than to infurm the and in no wise to an swer the idle observations of some private among whom it caused some astonishment to find a certain whose rank pre scribed to him the duty of giving a better exim This instead of ofTering up prayers to that Providence might inspire Sovereigns with thoughts of presumed loudly to express his wishes for a renewal of the The only punishment inflicted upon him to be included in the plan of and is to be reded to which wiil thereby have die Niemen for a Our troops entered hispiick the the insurgents trek refuse ii the The inhabitants conducted themselves perfect v The Bounded Bavarians who were had been treated with every A letter from Hoier to the nf the in the Northern has been in which he he cannot send him any reinforce because such a number troops have entered the Southern Preparations have been made in different places to receive die of the who will soon be the Conqueror fthe Tagus and theGua It is the Kinp ins already named the Deputation that is to repair to the fron tiers to receive his august The rebels and their accomplices tremble even at iLis Their tears are the mar genius which nothing csm We ire that someadvantapfs have been obtained S neral over a party of the rebels i command ofa person named h committed depredations on die cease cY and The King ed the Order cf the Grand Cordon to all cfent members of the order of who remained at A great number of troops are already towvds the kingdom of The I Viceroy arrived here the day before widi his Besides the sion which is within tv o sions The tranquillity cf try is not only but there is therelthuf the Tvroi laving down their ar and returning to their The on his published lowing proclamation EUGENE ARCHCHANCELLOR OF STATK THE FKENCH VICEIIOC OF PRINCE OK COMM ANDKK IX OF THE AHMY OF TO THE OF THE peace is concluded betweenhis Majesty the Em trr ot ust peror of the Kirg of Protector the Confederation cf the mv Father Sov and his Moestv the 27th His Eqmercy had been there for some was an order sent to him to pay his contingent of the warcontribution within twentyfour it ii well known that his conduct highly disapproved by his own countrymen I r A real Mimster of God utters only words of mS5io or to compcl you to ii I i he army will be preceded by Ci appointed by me to hear your compi peror of prevails every ercep among ycu cniv do not enjcy its Listening to yon taken up arms against ynnr and vertfd and now patherinjr he b ter of your rebellion terror governs our idleness and miserv reign in yoit is in the midc of and disorder everv His Majesty the Emperor and touched with yrur deplorable the tcstimciiic1 f whu h severe yr have conveyed to his has p in the treaty of to vi rors and I then briiiij you since I j i But I to that i granted you only on the crndiinn that v to your obedience and and u v lay down your and that you ci ance to my Charged with the command of which sunound I come to M FROM THE LONDON v li the Fnshiohable eivi KOSVS Nw and the y his cT3iiental irn above all comue to the rrinci hi n enablid to r 1jbii one of mmi inary discoveries it coulj J li ff tlie of ROSSJ An ht to the st perfect sem the 5uperfcs of the skin conipiexional i1 ar mo slonishinrly a1 d apI jonn rk ir J up1 is from November 18 to December at at I r paitidc is so admirable as to admit Buikeiey 2d Regiment of Captain William Henry Spi from the Dragoon to be Captain of a Troop without vice appointed to the 2d Regiment of Dragoon Captain Peter from Ctd to be Captain of a vice Regiment of Captain Henry from 2d Life to be Captain of a vice ap pointed to the 2d Dragoon Royal Regiment of Second Captain George to be rice deceased First Lieu tenunt Dansey to be Second vice Thomp SDTTT Seomd Lieutenant George Birch to be First Lieute nant vice Dansey Gentleman Cadet Robert to be Srond vice promoted Gentleman Love to be vice promoted Gen tlman Cadet Francis to vice BANKRUPTCY John of r l r n without the of diiI BAlNKRUPTClES L to Edwird Maddock and William of of taste wii tiie mart I Aim of We read in a German Gazette that the crimi nal correspondence which some inhabitants of Switzerland hare had with the Tyrolese and Voralberg is now fully disclosed by the confessions of Doctor Schneider and other Chiefs of the We are assured his Majesty the Emperor of the French has made a commu nication respecting these discoveries to the Lan demanding at the same time prompt and We are informed that his Majesty the Kjng of Stiony set out from Dresden on the 2d of this month that on the 5th he was at and that on the 10th he will be at His Grand the Count De Montes set out two days His Majesty the King of Westphalia and the Viceroy of Italy are also expected at is the re De Grand has set out for Metz he is gone to receive the King of The grand hunt of which has al ways taken place the day after All has been postponed till the arrival of the King of who is daily expected at This Prince will occupy the apartments of the Queen of who is to remove and take others in the Court of the The Kings of Bavaria and and the Viceroy of are also Such is the eeneral O f peace those who hold a different language are generally distinguished by other irregulari ties in their conduct and De The Treaty of which has been published here in German and hai been received with the greatest because it was kept secret for nine Different opinions are form ed respecting but every body agrees in think ing considering the situation in which the Austrian Government was and the bril liant state of the French the conqueror has treated our Monarch with much Nevertheless the true patriots regret more than erer a war provoked on our pax without any reasonable the consequences of which ei posed us to even greater and more important sacrifices than the of Campo and All men of informa and particularly those intimately acquainted with the resources of the Austrian consider the loss of our communication with the of the rich mine of quicksilver in of the saltpits in and the half of those in and the lucrative manufactories of iron und in Upper as an irrepar able Letters from assure that Moravia will be entirely evacuated by the French in die beginning of at which time the Aus do justice to the demands you ive to But know that these C CLn listen to you when you 1iid Jcnvn your Tyroleans if your cnmpliints anci demands herebv promise that justice he well I shall be done COLONEL into a The trial of at and the consequent jediigs in the Court o Kings have been so fuliy and so re trnt it would be as as foreign from the to enter Dilation of The term of being and the fees and charges Colonel on Saturd stored to his his and his friends A few weeks after his tody of the he that the weavers ted v y the itii the 1 Uh re trian troops nre to enter that We learn that the French garrisons of of and other cities of will evacuate them in the beginnine of turL1 x c i i V commitment to the cus an intimation of and its it in contemplation to set on toot a subsrip tion lmi3 maximum to one penny each sub scriber the cbiect of was to pay the only to being somewhat less v th an a truttieih part of the incurred bj the Colonel from the commencement of the pro secution to his On receiving that in he caused the of Marshnl Macdonald continues to exercise the j tion to be apprised of determination to detlne function of Governor of We are assured j the however gratifying the motives which that that fine province will not be restored to the j led to i Le to his Austrians before theend of the j It was then resolved to proceed with the sub The greatest part of the French army will re until a sufficient sum should b col ain in The chief command is lected to for the Colonel s mam as it was before the to the Marshal Duke of We that after Hii Majesty will immediately review the vohL the evacuation of the Austrian the head cup of solid with a as though lasting acknowledgment of the esteem and gratitude of the his exer ;