Day Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 4

About Day

  • Publication Name: Day
  • Location: London, Middlesex
  • Pages Available: 1,650
  • Years Available: 1809 - 1867
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : Day, October 11, 1809

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

Day (Newspaper) - October 11, 1809, London, Middlesex J AT SIX PRICE SIXPECE HALFPfcNNt AUCTION tnrx nave great strtitfectios aocaiajiliskmaU qf nei fmnigemaai niiauu the January for at this Aanr uii be far with apprafHate jJ to of OifiM a ferflff Utp HIT c Jgrw patronage tKtif tmat farmed ro oimAqfttf By order oftfie JOHN 1 i AND GOODS FROM Ronl Charter In the fear for nuking 3iirst Losi or Damage by and for As u groett to Persons assured iy prtnfaf Aaxiptt ni MicJraelnei now ready L M nitons rn adock MI fAe flumangtiQ Houta and other in u and m Lighten an JSHen aad and Farming Fire and nlii for Assuring Tht Firt and on JLiles am driiefTrdat lilcriurtf that ttoefifteen don i after tke Quarter Day on Poltdlet i I1 ifr rxpire an Me OritT af STEPHZtf KINGS is hereby that Tickets for it Merchant Taylors on the ahord continue to bt issued by at Bkhoptgate till the i ntlcmcn who have already sent in 10 apply for their Tickets as early aipot vti A If I er i Meeting of the Lord Cmvnnon of the Vard o the for the consideration of the v ofbestoviing Kratmarks of bounty on the poor pensioners of the to enable them to National Festivity of the 25th That it will highly desirable to jnd distressed of the Ward of Comhfll to t iii Almighty God for prpservifljr to ns our most and for the manifold other blessings we to partake of the kindness of those whom i i a cabled to relieve the wants of u That an immediate rabscripdon be J into for above andthatit may be fecon n ih j of the Ward to join in qajoe tie Lord Mayor and Common Council wfll That the poor of the after SLruce at Muhaeis on the shall be supplUd po nd The surplus of tie subscription be paid 1 rukurer of tlve SocUTy for the Relief and Discharge V I HE PROPRIETORS OF EAST INDIA LAB1E4 AJ ftCNTiRMi cornpliartta with a custonl wKak has bf late iBiBy beeradoptec bfxheCandiAsSesJar tteSsst India I take tins opportunity of respectfully informing hit it ii fny intention to oner myself toyear next vacancy art wliiuh 1 have taken for many upon various which have been brought under your coasldenrioa j men witt best enable you to 7 obtain a seat in the L stall be promote in that situation the welfare of r intly thit the time approach rt tnaa corrtnin imfooomci to oar concerns so when a vacancy shJl in yw and in hjt ie Court of sSjifl better deserve than I and be betMT oaatiftcd than J to ii c Companys rights and I ihjt such a Candidate may prefirretl to l 1 bare reason to that my to jtrar amice is thought farortrably of Ik md by of I shall certainly I I can with truth that In the h I have hitherto taken as an East India biv v r acted from any private or witka ate bat I haveunifortnly I the Comixmys welfare I sbouq obtain fc honoia if a in tht my conduct there shall br aided hv similar 1 with much Ladies and Your most obedient And hurnjkle SerrvqU RICHARD T V Pjjiilvc are respectfjiUy mferaned trot the RliS for the Jnsuing TriU n the 41st at Serrn Evca Iy 2nd be continued on and Ttpntoji hrf notice The foBovstng Couttes wiB by ditto Philosophy of the AntftjsJEcoaMtly by Musir by rxa SubKiibers to tbti rtci tfifl bt idmlttfid at I furqisheJllJtl theprincJjalJfcrD c Kvcning the 1 the jrjitch regularly tapBHefl with arid Jl PampWettof prtteaftotCTttfc 1 l Tu 2 convenient affording such Researches as mneh labour and t more Volumes in aB flip Wewie jre ifld JVthe r By urderot the Committee T ROGERS and 1 a th the oddidofl m thehfgh roaflj iTeniium andreot iai laijWrf of Mr Ni wingtan iP only rnostt IT and Exportation to and far which U f ret from all taxes iihe with an irn 3 inches sVidttViBf o h Ltttcri ls Cuffee li ntsnott annual n tint might pen yrdVr THIS ASSERETIs Sale of PREMISES in Slreety near inmtanced ftirthe unavoidably POSTPONED tin fiutier of Golden W advcrdtedfa Sflrer tffl on the PrwnlseK corner of Wood at by order of tfie Propret A Qorotiiy i X of and nose and other pahogany tables and jfels and smdry handwinle old snndry china and Italic about 400 volumes oTbooks booksf handsome tea fire sandry kitchen To Fan Na Kihg and Hart Covcnt at ALL and extensive STOCK in TRADE of Martha Fan retiring from husiocss cpnsistinj of a prime atiartment oTrieh carradivory and peart 6ms oewTJbr India red and bkck Irory and sdk paper ind handsqme leather a largej of I wood stick and a jfceat variety ot also pearl for moants and st Tiriety of comer many of which ire calculated for the Sfiniih Ovtstaoding By late EKs and Fletcher at at in Three by order qf the SUNDRY DEBTS owing to the of Joseph Dfean t Hst of which may be seen at Jewry andit Fenchurch Vahiabfc freehold adjoining the Post la Sberbourne wiA rmmfdlaff FLETCHER late B smd at A Truly valuable FREEHOLD eJigihly situate in Sberbourne conskdnj of a subitantial bnck6uilt betnr ffflitafating fire bed dirtiog room eoanung and beer The above Premises hare i side entrance in Lamb thorough fare into Abehnrch Lane may be fitted up very advan tageously as a Leasehold BotoJpb late Ellis and at THE uneipired TERM of 16 of a con venient Bnckkuflt DUELLING and lofty situate in Botolob Lane the Premises ate three teries irf captaining two rooms on and ight workskops on the the ground floor suitable for an ortice and good subject to a low rent per ari Sloomy opposite the India Pay Office Lime with immediate By BWi and at IA uneipired Term of Seventeen Yevs of X very desfavble eligibly situate Lime near Lesdenhaft possessing ample accammo fnf any business fivtc dtessiog dining sittioe two htrte shop TS fortttfrooyiDd baeji botev softy boarded coal and dteo k Mrpringiiatn Mas Jimei Weyshsm DaOiel Prentis Ttomas Wil j Peter and Ralfrh of CQiDiel Oeiafd of rf Long MileEnd with excrileet and tbrce of Land By FLETCHER tato JlrtctierX at nt in One by order pf the EscoiMnvf SrtrHM AValuabfe and very desirable LEASEHOLD pleasantly tltdnte in oppo site Newroad trading comprising k truly cuoreitieat modrm Brickbtrirt DWELLING commanding exjUusive prospects ofthe nwodinf fctming s rery ic fur a family of i the vbole re lrte with domestic wol Supplied witb soft and primg excellent Koavrs for and convenient with grteu tod m rich mcaiiuw with also a Brickbuilt Dwelling nearly in tne occupation irf a very rcftpectible tenant kett for Mi anexpirea term ai a GoM Chains and Japanned By at bis Chancery AN assortment of gold and silver gold and and brace 20 dozen silver and other fasfckffl able Also a few f tfjllJi Japaflned trays i Bne old By it his Great and Showing at GENUINE valuable collection of japan other both useful and a few fine tittgtaa plt comprisinr buje Ubnury and other ceirent ewdytnd otMT feurposjt and feather and sundry old and phMte f f capital eightday various other prtht TWEKTUETH ike PRESENT WQrVTH the StATB LOTTERt Dnwn IB OWE Only ro be Twekre four Tickets of j PnoV Three Goodhtck Co I reminds the that f not only beilnsbutfinisiit all who wifh feMbettf rate i John of from 14 to at tt Matthew dealer xnd to surttnder Oeu and at at Boordlllon and Ektle FrHtf CneaptHi Thomas flax sf dealer and and at eleven at the BtftI and Alouth Leeds and EsJey and Fnnuvals law bt dealer aniehap and at Oxford Stree Kirtnr Hatton Thomas Conduit linefi at atGoildhaU Michael tate df Monk at ttthc Red Lion near Monk Wiiliain Jackson Ixjghtoo wine and brandy at at Fisher BastnehaB at at Novr 1 John Wapptng at at Wlflrara it at Water Tower wine and spirit at at Joseph Xorlv the Angel Thomas deaJetyatthe White Hart John Brmttpoj at Rlehurd Sarpnelififen ttuen at It Thomas James Hnen at James at at the and Duck 21 Jotitph DnnjianetUoeii at Thomas late of shop at at the Wffliam firte of beast at l J Richard Lyndon late of money at at the Arms John at at GnfldhanLottJofe Jofih Rathbone Jamei Bowersiof John of the Willram Heywood and Richaitl Shaw HeTJrexfof Knen John Chapptli of ifewton Gcorce of CJoat wine John of of Ber Irnca David of Bloc i of whiptltonr Charles of Hleh strsmehat Jotm Yevr Gnrf of City stock Thomas Canton and John King of Lyrin PARTJOBHSHIPS Samuel and Ralph John aniSPilUam of Fore Cripplegatey ana John and John jooL jLieet Kib Tooley corn dealers and and Tnornas Liver lfck Not Braid Hodgson and and Jonr Ciartsx Hotite watch Wbr H Our Court entertains the rjleaesing expectation of speedily reCftrvifltf a though but for a very short of his Majesty the Effiperor at thetastle where preparations are already making for his re It is reported that a general attack will soon be made upon Our Court at present lives very retired die King seldom appears afrthe xrfjo to the Staff of the Saxon arrived Jherie a fat days a half from He came through where a fresh gene ral levy i AUGSBUkOrfv The noted of who here in csstody fooght in the ranks of die ufcnrgenu Against the She is the jfeteT oC a The Count Von fell in love with her noble bet KJbttst ftnd handsome her his She regales her Self the moisjing with trf m the Tyrolese and sinoies her pipe of She Vras prisoner anacfion with tBe Bavarian troops m the Inn and ic procteding under an Escort for with taken at Ae French are making the ut 4s the principal pass The Tyjfolese are force near ther ioA Theu bas5ent in a de to Bavariafl in wteci he that the Tyfolese ate their arti if thejlare recognized as No hasteea returned to tilts u V s BANJS OF THE The Prince hitherto been a prisoner fe it appears that share and along Lake of r Napoleon at the It is runioared the to PT r Of has led to te m tite tsjoffc treaties which followed the battles of and It is positively in the mean that the at AltenbHrgh are in afavoarable anJ that withiache last week a very considerable ajiproiirnation has taken betvreen the It is ru itHtired during the further progress of the the Emperov N pdUoa will make a shoit excursion as far as Munich and that Kis MySty3 Viceroy of Italy and the Prince of will haveihc command of In consequence 6f an order received this day from the Royal Westphaiiaffi Guards are all breaking up from this place on their march back to The foot have already begun their The cavalry will follow them toortorrow and the next His Excellency LieuieuuntGeneral Count Langeron hks arrived here to take the present heldby LieutenantGeneral Yon Mil ffho is to proceed with liis corps across the to join the grand army under Fidd Marshal Prince Count EanT immediately after his his which occupies advantageous position in the vicinity of this to Giurgewol At a short distance from the latter and near there has been an m which the Turks have been The Russian Gene Von advanced on that in cori sequence of an order from General A detachment of Cossacks approached the to entice the garrison to make a A more numerous corps entrenched themselves at a short and General Von GrakoW took a posi tion from which he could attack the enemy in the The Cossacks soon had the satisfaction of seeing the Turks sallying from the and by well planned they wgre dfawn into favourable an upon them by the three General not Withstanding the superior number and brave re sistance of lie Tnrksj had the good fortune tn obtain the consequence of his abie dis and the valour of the A Pa thirty and a considerable quantity of specie and fell into the hands qf the The enemy left 4OO killed or wounded on the The loss of the consists of one officer and 200 rank and fpe killed and The prisoners have ar rived All fhe advices received here concur in that the femes of fsmriel continues to make vigorqus resistance to the and that die operations of the siege hare as yet made very lic tfe The frequent todeajsoy the worts of besiegers It The of the Russiaireoont Czemitchef at and his journey afterwards to the Castle of the present residence of the Emperor has caused the renewal of the armistice an unlimited as the contents of the dispatches he brought rendered it necessary to send a courier to After the return of this it is hoped that peacewill be It is certain that the negociations at tenburgh are making and that wirhrrr these eight days the views of both have somewhat General Bubna arrived here dn the lOthfrptn Emperor at and immediately nrci ceeded to the headquarters of the Emperor Na at Yesterday he dined with his with whorn he had long ference before they sat down to It that Qie General intended to returri but tlifltTn consequence of invitation of the Emperor Napoleon he will dajs It is reported from Altenburgh that the Aus trian Count was on the point of when French Plenipo invited him to stay some time as he wonld sxxm have new propositionsto submit to which would be very agreeable to the Emperor of The French army is Its principal force is directed towards Alarge army is assembling on the Carpathian to oppose an irruption into ia Oqr Court Gazette of this day contains the fol lowing It ought to be made known as a warning against that vigilant observation has florae discovered and brought to fight the base artifices whereby certain idle persons have endeavoured to promote their own views by occupying the attention of the public with un These irrsentors of truths and falsehoods find every event a pretext for the alarming If war breaks out in a distant of the Russian they imme diatfily the separation of our and uproar and to listen to dneiwould think the theatre of the war was already at A victory is no sooner obtained our than according to the relations of these here has fallen there Bagration in the If a hostile fleet appear in the they quickly have Cronstadt in flames and Revel in But foreign events are not sufficient to employ them restless in their art of political they seize unon all circum and domestic affairs in turn now en gage their Here an extensive field of novelty opens to Today is to appear an order fbrbicfding all persons to wear a frock to morrow a still more severe regulation and on the 1st of September this year was infallibly to have been Issued an Ukase to the laws in favour of the peasants as possessors of The or that great is described to have sppfcen against such a and therefore to have fallen into Another is said to hivecentribatedto the and to te therefore in When source of tliwe disgusting stopcl the wejl of the puolic must be ashamed of becoming an instruifient itj the hand of and of havfng been spoit of passions which were foreign to For the the contrivers ot these ai as tlie motives which have are well JfncAvn ts the have already repeatedly exposed to shatne their Time will bring more of them to ht and names will then without as fit objects of public derision CHESTER SUMMER ASSIZES THI UK kOBIRT CURIOUS LKES This was an action of a nature so extremely that we find some difficulty in describing was an action of rrover for a of designation oFMiss If she had any other it certainly didnot appear in the course of the She was simply indicated as Miss TOPPINO the cause to the Jury with a considerable degree of It appeared that a of the name of claimed the exclusive right to this young He had two other over whom he possessed so absolutes that it ertemjid even to the right of selling them by Just as an African merchant wouldsell his Besides he had a Miss and no less a personage than Lady Wil Miss and Lady Wil had all seen their best days tmt the two were declining into the vale of and had manifested unequivocal symptoms of Woodcock therefore dietermined to get ridof theni all dat agreeably to the custom of this put halters round their and carried themXp public rharket just as the lower orderrofpeople in Leoidon carry their wives for sale to Smith field They were put up to auejon by an as celebrated ih shite as 19 in Lady Wil liams was ojfeted for hut no one would have any thujg to Say to her and even Rachael and Miss Tidy were bought The auctioneer finding the bidders had no bethought him of a very excellent expedient he gave them a and plied them afterwards with a bottle of wine a He then remounted the and Lady Miss and Racfeael all at plaintiff purchased the defendant had Lady arid somebody else got Miss T ThiQ parties werejeonveying their respective ptjr chases elated Jiyr thfc whicli the atictioH ther stopped by die and reRewedthmj deletions at the shrine of Boccfms so that neither of knew Rachael from Miss or from Lady The result that the who had bought Lady carried off the lawfiuly purchased property of defendant upon the return of reason and was so well pleased with that htf refused to return The plaintiff was not Willing to grve up Rachael for Williams In Lady within a very few met a premature She had the rnisiortune ta be by a bull in die Tho defen refused to part with the present action was brought to recover the possession of The witness for the plaintiff clearly that he had purchased and that the defendant had eloped with leaving Lady Williams in her The with hardly a moments returned a verdict for the pkintifE It appeared that Miss and Lady Williams were three of vefy ancient fami and all of them lineal descendants of To urge our friends to buy must naturally appear interested in the persons whose official business it is to the HORXSBY and on the present occasion pre sume it will not be so when the fol lowing fact is stated to the Public Satur day last only 5000 Tickets remained at the Bank of England to be disposed which is scarcely a supply for a day or two before the drawing it is therefore should the demand that many thousand who usually post purchasing untiMhe last will be disap Tickets and Shares are selling at the lowest prices by HORXSBY and at their Old established State Lottery and A of the name of 77 years of walked lately from Keighley to Wake and after delivering a letter in returned to the former place a distance of 50 miles in die short space of seven hours and a half die only sustenance he took during his journey was two draughts of spring water and a piece of An Ensign of a Regiment of Foot was on Friday last fully committed to die city gaol of on the oadi of a ycrang lady of that of good character and respectable connec for a most violent attended with circumstances too indelicate to On Friday a man came into the shop of on the and asked to look out a small order for the West in to the amount of about 2SL The articles having been laid on the he de sired to see some silk purses diat were in the back part of die shop and at the moment PUOH back to get them he snatched up two large gold one gold and one pearl gold with which he made ckar though immediately He is about five feet ten inches wore a light coloured with blue pantaloons and and from his te a nathm of the Weit ;