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Day (Newspaper) - October 30, 1809, London, Middlesex OCLOCK 2 T BANK OF Court of Directors of the Governor and I Hank of Entlntul gilv thata at I lie an fi clrrvii in fhcforiittun m i the of i i fa will be declared that f in tlic 7tk year nf the retfn no rntitkd to vntc at the stud not hair siz calendar inemths tiif irhidi lie shall Men give his tntt slinll hnrr been or shall hifli f mby to An intct f thf of 1ie citif of or any nflr the of any shall i liti lls Divfttndf nt such WORTHY INHABITANTS of of A N I i E E M f K I your kind and the interest you have takrn hi my been your Ward ulluw me mxst respect niy sinrere and rrateful PRICE SIXPENCE HALFPENNY SAliES ffifs Valuable and andOninnd Commsnialroad TvleittrWow Sftidwdl knd hear KlMPTeN1and at at in substantial Brickboat DWELLING jetigiblf situate In being 1 led held for an unexpired term of lit a and most responsible built Dweninf most eligibly sittate 11 and for an nnemirec term of 73 and a thff low tentrW 3L per a ValnaWe Plot of with a quantity ip To and in Trade A the STOCK and UTENSILS m TRAOEbf Wlffiam a Bank rupt comisrinfe threeijieTi iron two ron about stock and niy best endeavours shall be constantly car future hy an at of 18 elm a which the Office stack a Office I Ladies and rciiv obliged and ever obedient JAMES October Si is herrby Commis r putting in excruion an Act o Parliament i t nvrnrh year of the Reign of his present Ma An Act for Paving and keeping jid Passages in the Parish of ior removing obstructions and and for widening the Passages at the i iud at the Soflth end of Brick and for other parposts therein mcn in VisrryRoom of the Parish on thu eighth riay of November uJock in the Afterrixn for the ptir othLr persons to be Commissioners for pur in the room and stead of such or refused to JOHN Clerk to the said duiBtJty of oak glazed Ud handsome marble a chaff cutdngnia rvr AUCTION Paii Value given for HOUSEHOLD 1 I Fixtures or id 11 the if intenthd for immediate and r i is redeemed from and sold to the besf to GEORGL Auctioneer at hia aiTd oldestablished AuctiorJ s aliov where a Sale by Auction is held for the disposal of property in ort MiaSlc Effects valntd in town or by the month or Effects dii in be Fur for arfrut two years and a a verycommo with and and at coly tjgiit miles o be xiewcd by with Par nuy br hai uf Wlnstsslcy Paternoster requiring rxteiisive PrerniiesTo be by and PRK in and Cirey of a new bailt suDstanlial ancThandsomely everv dcqiiestic con a spacious for a or other trade in a pojiulon and funher Iaricularb on application to OlL 1X3WN elegantly br SOLD by PRIVATE CtJN i and a most desirable and rkfint TOVN with a lawn in 100 feet square ornamented with borders of ji i in retired though immedi to the New at the Ubrthwest part polii comprising a suit of mu and hall of aanilrablc pro and finished in a style of mptrior l hy artists of the first with bed servants suited to the perfect accommodation of H Miit rcspLcrobility coachhouse and itabBng 1 The fathtolubte Household Furni j frw aiidofthe first description uu and may be had on advan is j As it it not intended by give car Js of admission but to those whu i3 dl it is respectfuhy that no of this description will make application to descriptive Partictrfars and 1 of the building will be by Paternosterrow and also by RABLE Sowth 1 an and delightful MAN J Vale sir miles from Aberga uic parish of South Kurniihed or for the term of tngctbcr with the gardens and pleasure quantity of at the option of the 100 acres the above is pleaiantly litoatcd the commanding a I ri h prospect the story contains a a morning a a dining an w a china the chamber story contains five witb two dressing rooms the domestic offices containinj a a very a si cond a coat wood the IlnasungroufW encircles the Man j i leasing disposedwith ip j distant tlirough the plan enclosed with tefty well i fruit in full hrarinj a gardeners j walled enclosing brexfr and near which is a double sibling for sti z hay i tchrr particulars may byflpplyrngto and Land Kmt of and to SOLD by at die on October or Jvr of the Executors of Mrv divers KSTATES rorriprislng seven modern sub with Gardens and Slirub the whole of Bognon erected by the late Sir Hothamfand of the best are judiciously comfort apd convenience than are usuaOf tempociry lodging The front4sicreen in being a delightful promenade or nd completely fenced off from the surrounding vond ii tie high road to the and a cheerful between that and the of whicH b jld and uninterrupted view from all the a and about25 Plots of To DEALERS and SOAP and ofWell Proprietors of the New Patent for Hard White Soap for washing in Sea and other kind of Water j beg to inform the Trade that their Ma nufactory is nearly npon a scale that them to Mectrte to any upor terms which they hope will insure them the approbationor the wholesale During the few weeks that this article has been sohl to the it has afforded ample proofs of its by rntetlng with universal in almost every the use of all other In Appearance it if like Curd Soap in iu effect ana astonishinc in Its use economical and witliall so mild it nefthtr m jwes the finest colours nor the most delicate as is the case with the common Caution to the Patent granted in the year for what is called the Clay has no connection whatever with the house of and ONE HUNDRED FAVOURITE SET TO for Embellished with a beautiful pROSBYS IRISH MUSICAL REPOSI Vl TORY a Choice Selection of esteemed Irish adapted for the German Uniformly printed with Crosbys English and Caledonian MiwialRe London Printed for Crosby and Stationers may be Musical a Choice Collection of Two Hundred and Irish to 2 vols Crosbys Beautiful Edition of Ovids Art of and other Pieces on that fine 6116d with Proof s Effusions of Love to and from Mary 2ueen of A NEW NOVJEL By the Author of the Winter in Banks of the In a ftfwdays will In Thrre BLACK ROCK HOUSE DEAR BOUGHT A Published by Crosby jnd Patcr Alip just DeUoore 3 volv of Martangeand 3 Corinna of l Tales of the 2 London Characters Ruhions and Casfims of the Century by 2 Lewiss Bravo of Sixth Crosby arid have constantly on tare an eitersive Collection tf the best Modern and Travels Playi on the most liberal for Circu lating be LET a small acres about 16 miles finm in the parish of neat m Per Partfiilars enqirire of vheie Plan of the Estate several and DOCK TP be the ftttowihg Cottcertisj Rennet and Berks Canals J East West aiicT Portsea bland Golden Lane apd British Ale Atlas kndRdck Assurance Kentstreet Im Thomai Newman CornhilL at prpsent Jt producing with Reversionary Inte rest in the be SOLD by PRIVATE CON by a Free hold House and very eligibly sitnatedit near the a respectable who hat expended a large sum upon the a term of14 at a nett rentyf per but of greater to and FROM THE LONDON The KING has btfen pleased to Constitute and appoint the Right Honourable JOHN Viscount to be his Majestys Secre ary at Mf His MAJKSTV has been pleased to that the Rcgimeot of Foot shall in future be The 86th or Leinster Regiment of ADMIRALTY This in pursuance the Kings the following FlagOfficers of hisMajestys Fleet Admiral of the Williarn Pcere and Sir John Id Bijio tto ADMIRALS of the Admirals of the andSir John Bartc to be ADMIRALS of the VjceAdmirils of the John Sir Eratmul John and George to be ADMIRAJLS of ViceAdmlrals of Henry omiw Samuel and George to be VICEADMIRALS of the Sampson Arthur Phil and Sir Wjfljam 300ie to be YICEr ADMIRALS of Rear J Robert JVfurrai and John ofdre Theo ni John Sir to be VICEADMIRALS ABRAHAM This day was with an elegant and correct THE LIFE of JL Cashier of the Bank of from authentic documents to which is added a complete History of the as Newland known to the public in hit official and celebrated as he Has been in conse we iaipected to be called upon to read his We that the task is well The narrative is ably The author skilfully giverf im portance tobts by connecting with it many historical particulars relative to the to which Newland long a He stated the circumstance relating to the delinquency of Aslett and has subjoined other public even of a later Theportraii df Newland notonly a good but an accurate and characteristic London Printed for Crokby and NATIONAL Addressed to Military and Naval TTils jay was a new in Two AN INQUIRY into the SYSTEM of NA TIONAL GREAT By JOHN u Thrlrtesetit writer is a zealoufand a but neither a gloomy nor an infberal areof the Richard Sir John 1 Mr Richard BiSir WflKjm SfPlulf IVDt jMlcliiel De Nathan ind of JihiEv Pavi4ge Sir Rich rd Goodwin C Robert Devercnx CJiifles John Stephens be of tht Sir Edward iRo6ttrt Mark John to The nnHermentioned Captains ftrefe aisn aj pointed FlagOfficeri of his Rowley WiUlam Isaac George John Edmund Charles Boylesr Sir Thomas Sir Thomas Bmilden and George to be REARADMIRALS of the 1st Reritnent of Foot Capuin the Horatio George Powys Townshend to be CaprAha of a bv yice whp retired Bobm Adjiir tp tie by vice vownshend Philip to be bv promoted m the 7 ist 10th Reginvajt of Endgc John Ahpniy tcr be IJeu tenantby Jofih w be Second 1reote without vice 2StH Ditto1 John be without ap pofntment has mt BANKRUPTCY Thpmai and of Wsfce from to u at the John lite of Great and to snfrender ard at at Ckmieutsr George of cheese and butter fact dealer and 6ct and at at the Rummer add George Eitchange John bf Hciler and and at at the Crirdiif Arms John of dealer anil and at at Solomon of warehouse and at at At William Sion College Aldcr George of clothier at at the New ofGreat at at the Great Joseph cf at at William of at at William of at at Joseph Johnson and John of and Thomas of at at of Dt it Guild William of at at the Croun Mcrthyr Thomas of at the Crown Mcrthyr WilHim of aiid Joseph of at at the Woolpacks Isaac Stone ard Par son of Great at the Black Great Henry of a at John late of Vis at John of sale at at John there are many indications in the intercepted let ters from Soult td notwithstanding the cure to conceal still Ncy left taking with him his and an escort we are ignqrant of his though it is thtfught by some he t gone French which were at are assembling near where they are for or pretending to themselves these which arc moreover on account of the of surrounding that prove at lenst the weakness of their and the little hope they have being able to main tain themselves in New The division nf which on the 31st entered has not been able to come up with that of Brigadier Don Pedro at Villacampa as he On the 2d he col lected his troops at with the is is of retreating in Alcanttz there are 1000 who demand provisions of die neighbouring but these refuse and die dare not enter The insurrection h that part continues witli Suchets di vision h is upwards of 3000 wounded in The deseitinnof the Germans andPoles SIR DLOXAM AND GOS BANK of Old at at Edward of at at Arthur of at at James Stephen and John of I at at tut Thomas Ferncley and George of cot at at tie Dog Man Henry of at the Star ami Garter Joseph of at ai Charles Francis Oliver De of at late of Wap and at Jimes Nightingale li eievrent at Tarries Askew and William New at at Charles of at at New KL Wil liam of ar New CoSrt William fj of common at at the George of latetif fjtch William of Tern of of Sc J5eorge Smith andBenjamin Ox of Shrews and John of Drayton in 9alopv Knert of con Campbelland Wlham of WlliamCartwrigte and Saniud Moslty and William of Milburnr of and GeorgeCle wifle and Hill and Ijiomas of Sc BrideV Sowdon and 3corje of John Sanvel Jacob of Wilkius Giblin aiyi Edrrrund High EdU and Mary of John Ellis and Ahlorf of timbermer Jennings and George CpllirigwoodvJohn and James of tes fer and Colbert of block and majt Saturday beingthe last Statutory Examina tion of the Sir Wil jitd the partners of die severally surrendered under the joint and Sir Matthew also surrendered un der the corrmission against hu separate Tlis Bankrupts also severally watches und the money in their which with tiic unanimous approbation of die Creditors returned to The was very and a great marry debts were prove L One a pretty considerable nribiug en for was on the ground vKat the at die time of discounting received halfagui nea more than the legal interest of rive per Statements of the Bankrupt debts and funds were exhibited and sworn to by The As signees were then called and declared high satisfaction with the Bankrupt and with the anxiety of die Banfcnipts to afford every assistance in their power a clear under standing of their Accountant to the anji one of the Cora spoke to Robin of the adverted t6 die of who had lost in this co and now made over a of leaving himself without a and gave n ofniAJncenttpn to callthe Creditors together with a view to thenaffording kinson some KELSONS i not n a unriytlled front which will W tfn3er a be buUt upon ancf beyond and on itensireviewof the with Hothamtonplace forming and tner thrubbenef on the nj the most eligible spot tl 3 ie Bathers and the Reversionar toerett to occupied by f of the Descriptive Particuliri may be Ac huis in the adjacent Market Lad Lane j and Winitanlev and London and December Uponthe this though somewhat prolix in its It interesting from the subject whidi it the varUtr ofurroortant matter which it aiid the ability trith which the topics are and the British On tie whole this book deserves and ItTis full of of md of trreleVent it mighf be epitomized with But it and good sente it toptains ccmnsels pressing and it breathes a spirit of of and of Rc T1joadoa Printed for Crosby and Stationer Alsajuit a new price An iato Lhe Principles of Civil and Military Sub by the same TO THOSE CONCERNED IN This U the 5th 6d A GENERAL HISTORY OF INLAND Foreign and containing a complete Account of the CANALS already executed in with Considerations on wi Arfthor of the New Builders Price Testimonies 42d Nelt Vice in the 28th too 4Sth UrqnbartWbcCmptaia of a without promoted tn the Sd Gartiion fiattaliOn fewefey vice Urquhut Alexander to be 57th Gtrxto oitboat vice whole appointment not taken 59th Ensign Henry Browne to be by 6Oth Regiment of Jolui ft be without 64 Lieutenant to be without DttuglaiV out who pTth WiUJam Jhnikt by vice Lieutenant John Jobrooo to be of a without purchase Lieutenant fromHhe Ysrk tight be Johnson 85tb f jeutenant RlchaM Stanniril to be Captsin a cnmpaaycwithout t Euaigni James Thomas to be witjjout Serjeant vice to be QuarterMawer Graham to Essigni without vice wTfoie appointment has not SPANISH Thehjvfncible Gwohi still continues to form the bulwark of and the glory of Blake observes1 the French whose vfrants rhuit be very great in coiftequence of the bril liantattfrjn at and the interception of convoy vrhich they The arrriy of La Mancha are at Damiel divisions advanced m order to extend the of Equia to La thehioveffients ofthe united have the Frencharmy to concentrate them1 This elegant and admired statue die prodot tion of Westmacot is now erected in Birming ham and reflects great credit on the The gallant Admiral is well repre sented in on a marble his left arm reclining on over whichis thrown a ships sail part of the head of a with various naval are on his The pedestal is of in front of which ij this simple inscription THIS STATUE IN OF ADMIRAL LORD WAS ERECT ED BT THE INHABITANTS OF On that part of the pedestal whch foces into Highstreet is seen Genius of lament die loss of her favourite surrounded by one of whom bears a and another the rudder and tiller of a At twelve oclock on Tuesday nitht die whole ot the covering and scaffolding wore removed the bell of the ferent churches commenced their and thou sands of spectators assembled round ihe Caken 93d Ensign Mackintosh without purchase vice 95th Charles to beSecond trithout piwmoted Daniel to be Royal Staff to be out 7tK West India Ensign Joseph Anderson yobt iviuuy j Edition omitted and the histonLof Canal Navigation Is contlflned to the present fire The Work iTofrmed into of firs an historical account of andent and foreign The takesup the subject in with the Cunal of f The Duke of Bridjewatcrs Canal of of that kind Begun the book j betagsnbdrvided which are in An alpjnbeti TaHndex it peffectly to refer to the a count of any partictflar Capalwithout of for Crwby in4 Gen 5th be 1 nee Stister SeiTres and if appears fhat they have district of the pathotsof whicHjiave Ifarassed mtfch it is probable that they will detach troopS ftBm the srdeof Almaraz to by ferreted their inferiority bf Towards POertc del Arzobispd tfSfliing new has excepling soine in which otr trobps always have the The headquarters of our army of Estremadura are at DeleitOsd the movement of some English troops towards la Mesa dIbor is The passinto Galicia by Astorga is defjended by a nnmeroHs corps consisting of Astunan soldiers tffeke combining their with tfiose othe army of Galicia and bf Ciudad Ro prevent die French in Old Castile from asststihg their army on the Joseph had set La It arMadrid only by his not appearing inpubljc neither the Palace Guards nor Officers iRe Household had been Does he aAin Vish to act the and to renew the ex pride behold the bravest wnrnor The erattfu tribute uf a gritrful The lifeless jtatue of the living The striking image of a genius my brave Ntlsuns to Who serv d hii Country and Defeated navies in his latest And smild at victory in thj arms of death Saw England conquer with dying Then flew triumphant to his native fllustrious chief proud Franco thy powers the her r BadeSpain imperious with the humblea Obsequious in due submission To grpel the resistless Cuxbd Britains and taught them to to vici on the 23d at his object Is to throw freh suc cours anfo that invincible By an authentic sWteltieht of the French army in ap pears that French have entered that prin aljtyi of according to the most mode than from 23 to TWQ regiments belonging is at have ihutmied this proves that the ferment which first manifested iUelf at bf which Saturday being the anniversary of the glo rious victory of the same was observed in Birmingham with demonstrations of that mingled with regret for the Lord joy loss At Jrlarling on Tuesday there was a largeshew of neat chiefly and fer the most part of a very good Lean rsroyear olds readily fetched from 10 to 12 gui neasj and others prcponionably There was also a good shew of which sold from20 to Fiveot theCapitalPnres in the State drawn on Friday the were shared ahd sold by SWUT and a Prize of Five Thousand a Prize bf Thousand Five Hundred Five Hundred and Five Hundred The fortu nate holders as receive their Money at SWIFT and Cos Charing and Aldgate The fog en Saturday nightwas so heavy that the driversof coaches in many pans of the tows were obhged to walk at die heads of their in order to direct ;