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Day (Newspaper) - October 28, 1809, London, Middlesex POLISHED EVERT SA CM OF Dirrctort nj the Governor and if Stiglcid gwe that a fie an clfcsn in tiUfour intlte f a for tfy remainder of ftenjamiA deceased wtti fait fear tf the ftijfn of hit i c fn vrte at the said tan btin or thaii kavt by snrfeaion fo an intet V or 6y mry iuT aiy perion two f jy jucA AUCTION j giial ialifaclirin in an v i n rrxJigsmsHtt at 1st day Jmviary for Bnikrrs wlw ffrl a diyositlon arr thf K or nar t i hrtrr yHiftstl delivered hirh tllty J rrt a idrs of the Esta n uf jnt llint wttl mutd oj its iitrlitfi by iirdrr Freehold and By on the at A Very desirable FREEHOLD situated in the centre of the Town of and many years established and in the highest reptile ua for which is well Being capable of accommodating upxvards of forty Young On the fame day will be all the neat Household comprising forty and btter with fifty ind uztf pair of cellent mahogany in chesu of bu and Pembroke mahogany and japanned and and other kitchen wtodrup crane and a large various fix Ironbound casks and a neat twowheel chaise and and numerous property of Miss retiring into bv Act of RANGE of and the i hc MjrquU of i Viscount Duncannon i Viscount Chetwrnd Lord I of this that all jj to share profits iiquaUy the if rvpcncts nf an economical ma r in which the by the stride sums of contingent Mem 1 r his without being i u as the sole responsibility isun n V asiociaciocj of Nohttrmen and i iv an ample capital to garramee of ilie i Miicd ai tnis Office ire not charged with i unless called into ictual arc nor is any charge made in all the Cities and Towns in Great raUo to the County Fire Managing he 14 bands warranted quiet to well In ncii just connoff a joiu and in good 1 To be teen at Foxs fiakersv Bath O Iiwsv will be of WEEKLY GENERAL ESTATE arc received at by Kerby and idrtreet the of vrhom the Directory nny tbfonghont tile rxiIiMTioN TO THE taken by an Situation of our Grand Expedition in the Hie difficulty of approuch to by KdwArd Printseller to his Ma tail the corner of the same time was a Wal PORTRAIT of SID from eujrared by tcdandnow the Friends of that tlii Ctd are respectfully informed a Proof n where a Book open 10 re of persons as wish to patronize the wiih the best impressions to be frintscller to n of proof to be 31 print Modern Furniture and valuable Belmoot VauxhalL By on the at by order of the ALL the modern HOUSEHOLD FURNI a handsome drawing room an excellent 8day a capital patent barrel with drum and tri by Longman and a mahogany Porto Bello an a a and garden and a gar den an iron a quantity of and other of Anthony at his Ute Belmont opposite Belmont on the High leading to Wandsworth com prising elegast lofty mahogany fourpost and tent with rich chintz cotton prime goose feather and suitable handsome satinwood and mahogany cabinet in double and single chests of a drawing room in eight handsome rosewood and gold japanned ana curtains en sets of and Pembroke cellaret chintz cotton window and cheval dressing conTcx Brussels and other kitchen A capital stout Cut Gelding and brass an excellent Malt neat Household the Stock of a dealer in Staffordshire at his Spacious Auction the Southwest corner of Lincolas at 12 ENULNE comprising the VT usual description of Household together with a quantity of Staffordshire ware consisting of inner and tea ewers and jugs and which will be lotted suit able for private families and an excellent strong cart gelding and taken under execution for and win be sold without S AUCTION Full Value given for HOUSEHOLD or Money advanced on the if intended for immediate and fair Effecu redeemed from Rrd sold to the best GEORGE Auctioneer at bis spacious and Auction situate above where a Sale by Auction is held every Thursday for the dUposal of property in on fair and equitable Effects valued in town or Furniture warehoused by the month or Effects dis trained for rent arrear GRAND CITY to be Drawn in CERTIFICATE whose Names are hereunto have carefully surveyed afld valued the several Free hold Buildings allotted as Prizes in the Third City and we adjudge the separate value of each to be follows J THOMAS tL and be E of a eligiSiy HOUSE cud of the in the above of repair is well be bv fwir TTje apart o siiif 1 M Yearly and Tmoppnitunity rvost dpsirahlr for anpenon foing into proprietor having been in trade a J who is reason of may be bvd at or Tie riurchaie of or To proven AdJnM to Duke INVENTKD of the great complaint of hjv qjsliy it induced N who rcsitlcd there near i TV tiif of mixing Moles Fur with u fLHKirt to answer his most ardent no only Kir their on t out mar two suoh as are made in rhe making them so much tLxtiirc th the various coarse Furs that are o HLihe rninufAturmy of Hats with the will not come hich r as well their takJng a will retain their colour and ifr nf his own he tcttt them arthe to 1 Gentlemen in the country should rr u inches round the outside of the crown tli of for U1 Lu any past rc attended OVfRS of and to SOLD bv at the 1 bv on October r IT 01 the Erecuwrs of divers coroprbiing modem sub rJvbuilt with Gardens and Sbrub Hthc wholeof re erected by the bte Sir and jpl of the best ore judieioutly and convepknce than are UMiafly r lodring The front is screen being n delightful cumUetely fenced off from the jurroundme is irh to the and a chccrftd txtween that and the of jrhich M view from all T a Wifbiful and about 25 Plots of f in a situadon of unrivalled in the front Cwhich wfll sold OP9 a nm to be biHlt upon and beyondandon with HotUamfMiSjAce and their ihrubberies on the foraimg elijible spot for building in the U lathers and the Revemonary Interest in ind Premisass occujried by vnOi irAi nf the sanit Descnntive Particularsirroy be riinp2l Inns in the aojacent Market a Tail LiMitflanOAVitttanlcV and von of and Prize of of 500 NO FIXL This Property is so rapidly improving that there can be no doubt it win be worth double IU present value in a very few Tickets and Shares are on Sale by late Partner with Sir removed to Corn near the PRESENT Half I Eighth 1L 4s Qirarter 2L Sixteenth OL Particular Numbers may be from 1 to at the above if not already TRAVELLING to SCOTLAND and die JL NORTH of by new and most excellent to the following from the Golden Charing Cross and Bell Ludgate Hill iTcry at reduced fares AC BORO1 KNARESBORO BARNBY SCARTHING From the Golden the following Carriages set besides many too numerous to Hull and New Post CoaTh every aiZthc Mafl as usual every Liverpool Expeditious Post only One Ni rar Port Shrewsbury T o Mafl Post MUford and Cheltenham New onJy Day ev except gunboats bomtiskctchiu And wfiat we can rational beings pjace on such playthings the whole extent of our from the Main to the lined with it is much to bedoubted whether thej would present any obstacle to afleet consisting of about a dozen Olafashioned say the in case of a war with Great the Caddis will pjpen to us a field for in the event of such a that we should be able to shew The Canadians what calls a nblobdy But is it not in the mean that a British fleet would present to our places desolated by the ravages of war where towns had and where cities had once reared their spires that the fortune of war at the erpence of much blood and trea put the Canadas in our of what we would they be to us Had we not territory enough previous to the purchase of Louisiana Have we not now a great deal too much And are we ttill greedy for more Our cities and harbours are defenceless the sources of our revenue are continually diminish ing the terrapin policy has nearly broken down the energies or the people in such a condi without a and without with Wilkinson for our Commander in and with Duanes to head our in this so pi tiable state of the Jacobins are with might and to plunge us into the dread ful uncertainty of a war with Great Britain En gaged in such a under such and with such a and such the prospect before us would indeed be In such an unequal there would be no laurels tobe Defeat and disgrace would inevitably be But the most awful consideration remains to be A war with Great ut the present of involveus in al with France and it is too obvious to re quire that American liberty could not survive such an event Early in the fnonth of Augaet a meeting was held in the town of Lexington at the following was one of the Resolutions which were adopted That whilst We disclaim the pretension of prescribing to our Government the course which ought to be under existing we do not hesitate to avow our that the person announced the successor of or any Minister from Great ought not to be The extreniely desirous of Jeing war Never was soitotaUyunprepared for such in event as s ojis Not a single Swesjim be toe Our navy has by the hand of Of this little remains 7 A letter from Sans Feltfcs de los in recounting the events of tbeajpw system of war gives the followin anecdotes j was five months ago a hordsman under the direction of the General in he with six other on and with no arms but formed little party to molest the patroles of the which in different parts of Castile were plundering the He was so far that in a short time be made 100 who were conducted under escorts to Ciudad Ro Subsequent to this extraordinary Julian was made an and he received or ders to augment his party to the number of 50 of which it now They gave quar ter to no excepting such as communicate in formation for the destruction of the He daily comes to the with an account of 16 and have fallen beneath his and if two days should pass over without his being seen among we fear some accident has happenedto the consequence of his un daunted The following are the latest rencounters in which he has been On the when it was supposed we should engage Julian proceededto the van guard with his 50 and rushed upon 70 French who had separated themselves from the main army three on a foraging Of these he killed took four six only He is now hovering round the rear guard of the The day before yester he killed and took prisoners two physi and one member of the Among the dead was a in whose suit of clothes I saw one of the pikemen last In a he surprised and destroyed 21 ofthe not one of them remaining to tell the tidings to their At this moment we have an account of his having entrapped 52 My thes traits of personal vsdour ought to be rnadejcnowru This herdsman has just been ap pointed to the rank of and it is expected he will be nominated It is re that of his 50 men he has not lost one the only misfortune that has was the lodgment of a pistolball in one of his which is and the man is The fear of this intrepid warrior and his few followers is so strongly among the that they jwoulcf dread less the approach of a whole SIEGE OF G EH OX OCTOBER We just received a series of the Gerona from the ISth to the fifth That in vincible cky continued to defemlitself amidst the greatest notwithstanding the un expected prolongation of the siege for upwards of four with an heroism which consti tutes the glory of and will form a pre eminent object of admiration with Throughout the whole of the 21 pieces of aridtwo howitzers in the enemys batte kept up a dreadful and incessant fire upon the the and the It was returned from the fortress by a heavy and well directed fire with considerable effect upon the or ks of the Two to the right of the gate during the shells of the largest which did great owing u the elevation from they On the the enemys fire was still more It is impossible to describe the furious cannormdedirecf the oot accompa where he A undef tKS o On ttie I7tfi eqiial soon Arrived at th vigour but the garrison jierse Our coald in an fffsraftthave vering in the most inttepiff tnJ re driven is cfHtftioh adviseiSbis to wr tion which the trfthecevening uce te ose m lojas in the but It became more Vrisk the whole in front Bru and was a discharge the enemy precipitately evaciuued in A View tif magnifying our aSd The upon his to fcinfptce that point with die corps He had oh the the same a himself with a white nig and adispatcl Governoranswered him mthese laconic No flag of truce can be for it waslrythaf intended to irrtro On the enemya rather duce the Those Jivi iojas duriijg Vho in frnn BrTlllfllllSv in the was to left of the and also LieutColonel y my die f The19riwas glorious day for Juan After a furious with which General Verdier intended to terrify the Gfronese and to facilitate his he determined to storm the He formed his consisting of the meanwhile 4OOO and 500 5500 into three and attacked the under the command of General Garcia tfbpps were m front and nately attracted attention to that deConde escorted a numerous consist and Puerta de Cristobal whilst some detached ing of from 1500 to 2000 proceed i A K corps occupied the attention ot the garrisons of Forts Cabbildo and Condesuble and another considerable body attempted to carry by assault Fort havine provided themselves fbr that purpose with and The columns were upon the breaches by four in the afternoon j but by die same hour the generals was and the imposing sotfnd of the alarm bells was heard in every part of the and already the welldisciplined and veteran garrison were at their and completely1 prepared for The French who intrepidly led on their unfortunate paid dear far their The attack the diree points most but particularly at die breach In the Ale where the enemy at the Krst outset forced an Three times they were at finding their efforts they left on these glorious scenes of action a proof of the valour of tneir and of French Our invincible wordiy of the admira tion of all were not for an for saken by their heroic constancy and JLed on by valiant and experienced they fought withdiehighestarJourandintrcpidity andthough it is very common for troops to Se thrown intocon fusion under circumstances so main tained a degree of order capable of awing the most intrepidenemyT This ac counts for and ditches being covered with the of A corps of light who sallied most op portunely from the fastfes as the enemy were retreating fbr die tint Wide slaughter among those haughty slaves of die despotywho to wards dusk finally desisted from their having received a complete In theManressa recoiled to the t is rKat the enemy had cannonade of the fortress since the subsequent to that 4ay there had teen a few shots from Francisco on the General Blake has transmitted to die Junta die following inclosing reports from the under his rated indie relief of Gerona MOST EXCELLENT whedier ukimately van quished or at all times to die French troops diat besieged per severes in its glorious But it was not only in wane of provisions and ammuriitioni but even of die most riecessary articles for the sick and It was so closely diat it had no communication widi the rest of die brave prin except by means of an occasional mes senger making his way through the enemys It therefore became indispensably urgent to alle viate diis lamentable by introducing a convoy capable of remedying the and also a body of troops to reinforce the brave and indefatigable garrison of the But the ope ration was difficult and hazardous inproportion as it was Though the enemy occu pied a very extended it might eusily be con tracted and it was to be expected that he would make every effort to prevent the entrance of snc cours so important to a place which fie had been besieging for diree and which he kept under the most rigorous The only re source left to me to divert his attention to various and to make him suppose diat my intention was to offer him battle in die quarter di reedy opposite to that by which the convoy was to ing from passed the for die along the fight of that Thev defeated t6e enemy who were Opposed to of their and effected their entrnnce inlD GcrcnaThe French immediately abandoned all theirrernote andtontracted their to prevent return of the and that had get It then became necessary to change ortt and tomake various movements to protect their They remained in the place a day and txvo and subsequently effctcd dieir such good that we did oot lose a single individual did so much asa ingle mule or horse rail into the hands tlie The Governor of Gerona was left with a garrison of 3000 Themoment I receire the deiiilsd report I mit it to ypur In the meantime I send you extracts from of Ro and Signed JiJAQurs Heidquartersj Adnressed talkm Acwifcj EAlMJOS 3r fThe SppTerueJaTira of thkjproviiice ha re ceived a dispatch from dated that the Vallages countryi damage die among ToT Se Among troops whi whic entered Gerona as gtrtent fpur and weil Sbanish car in2 la t j and any pneamong you hyn this die stvbjeatsiof FtrcSiVand th swear we k uf owme all swear so im es to to ple of them that to De duced byi siege of tour das IRELANTDV His Grace die Lieutenant with Es characteristic requested the Recorder to furnish him widi n list of the prisoners in the several gaols of this and such observations upon die charges against as may enable him to extend his Majestys most gracious mercy to the least criminal upon the present festive the Right William Pole arrived to enter upon his office of Secretary the Lord Lieutenant of A notice has been issued from the Commissary in Chiefs for a contractfor supplying fresh beef to die troops in One thousand oxen are The first deli very of one hundred oxen to be made on die 2kh Admiral Whitshead has sailed from Cove on leave of in due William which is to land him at Bristol tne This plan was carried into effect with KO command in the interim on the gallant My SSStSs were in when j Captain of I UsTied orders for the respective I Our worthy Chief Noblett John ordered Manuel Llentenant of the Wednesdiy Ultonia to march to the height of Los situated to the north of with a sufficient number of and such of the Somatenes as he could collect pn the to dislodge the enemy from that where they had only a small body ot and to protect the convoys of provisions which were to be introduced in diat qu These orders he punctually I repaired to die hermitage of two leagues distant from San with die troops at to be ready proceed wherever assfrV ance might be From dm point Ji detached the Colonel of Enrtque 1200 and some ca valry attacked the enemys troops diat were nt with the design of making the Frerurtr General diink diat die convoy was to precaed m that Notwithstanding the excellent position of and its local strength being increased by ODonneO troops attacked it with such gallantry that diey gained the summit of the andplanted Die Spanish colours in die The French kept up a formidable fire but our troops it with the coolest and without stopping to return climbed to the highest In die mean thnefhe eneaaf ceived a consequence of an ini that this was the point which required to be more particularly to prevent being descended to the public breakfast to the principal Nobibty and Gentry of thi city an3 neighbourhood j after which the Mayofand Corporation willproceed to Christ where a sermon preach ed by the highly in After 3a be given at die Man Floyd d will on that givea grand there will afsoTe suljscripttori dinners at the two Clubhcjuses aud the Royal Cork ijttnteers will entertain their Michael at the ttmvirifv tvUl in flie evening be ftre thfr city in flie eveiaing opened tiie uader girccjicm of the for the barnfit of the peorT T Ljady ionisa Petty orf Fri day passed this city jp dieir London The ofBenjarrfm Win of die Bank of hasbefti received regretin this where te nail many relatives ki with six of Wbtfed r inthe The sheep weighed with potatoes in their ;