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Day (Newspaper) - September 4, 1809, London, Middlesex f PRICE JJst MiHtiuflof theSUBSClil iS I lliit day in thr Chair I and other Sutntribers to ilnIII port of of 1 in a M ret ing of tUc Subvcribrn lu u tin and having considered Tlial Ihis Mntine ft il incum bitppurt tu liic PiUnotic inui uf 3 piT Ginsuli n fVuni stork iln us ii tartlicr coUUlbutiou f iluTlitinks ofthis Mfrthig I nlilc in ihr am lin satisfaction of having ill III Dl 1C tllCCOIU iil tdciuselvcs justified in n cummenilitnjT this tan lu In1 support uf their tlw fame ume to cnll their alien ul piiMir fur nhich the n valour uf uui hrave Defenders iMiilniatiuii tf tir Nkvnl Force of the llic explurts of uf iilttiuali which tbc uf British have drii Imm a perfidious makuig inott heroic cffcrts of ralour dis by I he brave men in tkr Cjusr of our i n f it mjy un pi and geuei induced all i i iblc to the imil bifoonrt still allre to their1 tlmt so long the ilic Biilbh Seamuii and the iitly that wVo arc i iu Mie cvout of Fut mil Guiiiiiioasin near Be LET of SOLDI ieTenil Very deniruUe and FaroUretin want of to rent or by sending Ihe larttcvrinrs of their free uf il nil meet due VHMJAM RELU L iC Ajfust for niauagiiic the PA I 1C RND have great in iayirg iirlir Rccuiiitioos aid Address of tin poaaeti unanimously at a General dny anil they cannot but ex tlia the ruth aad force of the senti n jMTtaMe bixjy must be uf tlnir will be generally Kj order of u arrady alvertineH 6513 5 in IJnvilV per Tent SOOO ui tinBunk of SOOO 1 in I Ba C a br Cn ckiu 21 105 105 I OS 105 105 53 91 105 512 M IVitt 105 O Norfolk lii o cllull arquuiiits Ji en aid the Public in ft u i ll aii Knd selected a slorlj of i and froui tbe an i supri tbe bouse i i I i and Ti in two with a Map of iVnci ISs G Ii A 11S f i liY of CHI LJ Tiaiwtalfd from oftbc DON IGNATIUS Inch are JVitrs froqo anil two iniid for and particularlr pUd at the present mcwoait to lait our reaiicii to Jhe Whntiwr is calculated r of South is now of the greatest the winch is ihr subject 6f us rrvtaiuly juiifiifT Id Eton Mr Piiikertonj wiwSJnft lUolinadoea honour to a more and iQlelKgcnl aiiy roiintry wns nevfcr vrrittejiby Tlicre we to uut bedisvQsedjolooV fur totft uuJ satiifactxiry 1 TUAL SPORfs by 4to price 71 s in by Scot frura 1 prisenl edition tbe Aotbor and and new ji nisravtd liy Laudscert othr Cabinet or anuus liafs ofcdin tbcSports of the FitMj in r ilu Cmiiiic Race W Cooxuting of 1 f Ii anil uuuttrly engmviup of taken h i In By with eJe un by in 2 price s TinShooluig by in 1 it i price il in wiili tbe plates after I JMs in iHiaros si niiig onginsl ftnd delect 5 ctM icnstjc of eminent penons on the By an la liirsird by several JVew price A Tiemtue on with ubservatiuth pn utable maiiajpEDii and By James Surgeon to the atli congiilrrably enlargedj I he of the Vetrrinary Hi applied to a kpawleiijo and economy of It trratinc tbeir on Sunday Evening a While and Liver Colour POINTER 006 He lias two small spots longitudinally on the I he riglit ajiil answers to the name of will bring bim to BnnMwick shall receive TUt REWARD PUBLIC A Spanish Merchant offer for Sale a qpantj of real PALE XERES and PORT being the produce of 4he estates ofliis avniainilj of Xeres dela Frontera mad Zuuro1 lie iaensiWd to loit at aprJceireD wortby the notice of icr to be Arundel rO Parents and a YOUTH of good M an Apprentice to a and STATIONER he willbe treated ne of tbe family n premium at I SOLD by PRIV JL Kent Water and am Birmingham Canal New Sharps CoMmercia Rock Union Atlps and London and Surrey Institution piy lu Mr ew he LET JL on qn OJd cstaUiRhnl PUBLIC a in the neighbourhood of Claremarket npply or dhect to Ed No JVewioslon NORFOLK AliMS be and Morrli ihc vhore tligvidc with the coffetroamycvacii sad therewith aud tlirtytwo statute acres of rich pasture o the now in rtic occupation of The Premist nrc ID tbc most complete repair may he on mgderatt under eiasuinstiiaces mast tulran jcous tr an incoming particular apvly John find have now on Sale U their State Lottery ROYAL and Shares for the STATE which isonaNewand Improved cpnsist of only to be drawn in One 20tli TB SCHIMI 4 Prizes of 4 And 12 Wiih other in and not Three BUnki to s duly and Schemes gra All kind ol Government Securities bought arid sola by mit By MUH tie ia die oecinmfiott ofW Gtv i Br i Tht and of coiSsWerabte at lo of CbristopUer vKiug Head Public in Uppn at Gar UltAND LOriERV rWO HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS to be divided between tbe Pulilic in Oui Tickets Shares are on Sak by at Stsie late Partner with Sir JAMFS No ntar ryOOO M and every ptiticulsurehitivi u the tu be In tbe last tbV in by j I I 5tl the i tnlrH In unil Pi l of lUjij L LVn iiitV will begin ami mitib Ouly SJiOO and Prize and lakt tne liberty of re it CDuiiiiciuline nn early purchase of SHAKES and liupe to supply theii JHivius willi u Sliaie iff tbesaul OrKi frummiy of tilt exrcuUd on rhc sautf at either of old cstablishrd StaULottery tiers Boitnish 11 1H07 and ISO8 Capitm Prizes by 133 Several of ONE MILLION STERLING m and r B1SH leave to reriiiiid the f brawintr the aoib of SEXT MONIH r Afld it ii Arsira Tbc Scheme 1p4 it ii Irnawn Uie more it U 4 Prizes of A at 4 B 1 IB of whole of Which trillhedBChW there fore a pncchase u whilst Tickets ani Shares may heJiad in at Ubliifced IPffiBBB in thetooritry may be if oti v1 Bank or eitberXif BisVi in or SWfFT and with Go jwMent OTATB KoijItryC Tbe Scbeioge of Lottery 4nd ban Wtberto recrJrctt tlhfe jttoii tterenreonjy whole wiUbe Dranb in Molltb alow buted uatmg Hit fortunate flUJfjOM I jaof tbe inferior Fiatrt qf j offeridtA the orgiipiiif tbelramenae of Ifnmbelonly GroondRenti and at DWEL antty uuutcil uning imnediqte ii Three KM 3 nnd Ponr Dwd ling Rpft foe along grounl Leaieiiolii priwnf kilo ate dear tlie l to 8 elusive in Blue from Ban hi 11 row to WliitCCj at aioouuting to uuc liisndriid per annum belli of the Govcrnori fat aa uu rent nearly vijaiamft pfji corner of BrlfluhaHt havjtig and private cul Uc anil he Sale oTMr a eubetaatral of tbc Ktogg Htfait at i V be or Shoe Or post to It w H uarinn fur n shocmakej vhp may ta tnln ilt To lc best on Oct is oclock at Ucjuly to Majestys 1 of at bis iu the chequer Office J Inner London pttrsnautto u Ofcrff uf thujl Knid niHde in a Cuuae A Ltaekuld nitu a in the Swajv Public biijliiiilgB dby Kisc for ff of and in of M1 Particular Sate may at the CtiaiH 6ers of ih 4 id Deputy tlie afjrrsjid of Juiiaoo and Inn of Marphy Hcct slrtft jm IbePreuuses j iwirf at in tliaUon anil Croyoi 1 ELI ana coi n joining tlij DJB Stabluig for seven pnct qnll1 d about du of rich Meadow Land ad Uouw ten NoVtli of OSEPOF by A years of a delghrfiil HESl mcui iplete io a and tifbtVBy srtu cantaii rtghi elegant I d arid bntleiiifianjry gentlemans dresviigroouii other dotnestic exceliiut ra fcirsfall ami x lBylpfts carriageyard roandeil D elegantTappnjstch in which JnetiTe go tffft Bl3 n jrei a large pro a profusioa of well Belected frplt a detached fiitm hay nnd cow1 and aoont 3O rres of very saperior raeaduw in thr e ajjd veil sopplred with good and ilso in the sitnatidu of of oa oiay ifiyy tvt of the first Tcsiiec Tickets whb1 asjr tu Messrs Adamson tid GASSETTEr SEPT ing t tji at tjieoffioeof of l5 from General Cuestaa uiid from liejar and tEat the Puerto de Perales to be taken cure of by the Duque del hy detachments from the garrison Ciudad Ro 1 droibted of the capacity of tlie garrison of Ciudad Rodrigo to make the detachment to the butno liule of the ettectuai occupational the that in writing Marshal Becestbrd on the 17th I detJred him to look to the Puerto de Perales but that 1 considered Banes secure us by the extract of tny letter which I On the 30th intelligence was received at Tala thai twelve thousand rations had been or dered at Fuente Duenon for the and twentylour thousahd at Los Santos for the a French which it Believed was on its march towards tlie Puerto Genertl Cuesta expressed some anxiety re specting1 this and sent ineof to pose thai Sir Kobert Wilson should be sent there with Robert was OD that day at iiis corps was in the towards Esca lona and as he had already madu had beeu near with whichcity he had had a which I was desirous ot I proposed a Spanish corps bhouid be scut toBanos without 6T rime 1 coald not prevail with General al though he certainly admitted the necessity ot wbeu he proposed tliat Sir Ro bprlshould be sent to Banos ttud he was equally sensible with the Ixjnetit to bderived to the from tending 6ir Robert back to At this titnewe had no further intelligenceof the than that the rations weifc ordered uud I had hopes that the enemy be deterged from by the intelireflce bf on the and that the troops jn ther Pilerto might make Botne defeuce and that under these circ ant stances it was not desir able Sir Robert Wilson frotn I renewed my lion to General to send there a Spanish division of sufficient in a letter to 3e aertU of which i inclose a lpt without efifect arid he detach nernl of the after we had heard that jthe eftemy had entered and it wae olmoqs tbattSiu ia tile Puerto no Outhe 2d wfe receivedaccounts that tbe ene my had entered Plasencia in two The Margtiis de la whose two bafta liorts consisted of nix hundred vith twenty founds of anniupitjoneach re irofD the Puerto and from without 7rhe5vneial called upon me on that and that the army should march to to while1 the otliej half mjriifuur the post at My answer that if by half he meant I could only answer that I was ready either to go or to stay with the te British but that I could uot sepa He then desired me to chuse whether I rate would gv or and I preferred fo frqnl the British troops niost likely to do the business and without COIM test and from of was fuore im portant to HH than to the Spanish opew tbdrouiiuunication through al very important to tiia ie jcision General Cuotu appeared satis TJie movements of tlw enemy our I but at alt events consisting of the corps of boujt and tiilier or not very distant from tacli ami by iVIarsiiul Jourdun aiid Joseph to be suHrtitntly atruiii to attack tirilish staUd to le twentyrive thousjami wereon one possession of the to tiiei passage oi the ul the bridge at piate we knew lciii ulthoUgh the I iU itll niuiiiisid in the Ou citlicr we rcujon to expect the ailvvnre ot corps to MHIU aft 11Cuestas timrch be iiid twelve tiiDHmici nitn to ch Va ini from fen to tiiousund kilivil and wouiulfd uitlie Uie tliis corps would to twintyfive could extricHte from this difficult situation euly by celerity of to whichthe were u ipqu as tiiey ha not had their allovtauce tir several aud by in ttvo If unsufccsslnl iu eitiiefvwe should hjvebevii without rttnat ajjd if SouLtand an had re tirfd bjlbre anxi hml waitXrt the arrival of wo should liure bctn exposed to a gc peiiL action Ihousuud equally withouta Wehtid naastia Marrjuig destroyed Our only retreat the bridge of Arfo EJSIX if we had morexl bv breakingdial bridge while the army should be ivilh Soult and would have deprived us of that only mil tnke ii st we thereby left openthe Che bridge of Arco Dispo from Tahlvera after consitiernig the whole sui ject I was of opinion wiw udvunble td retire to the Aico to up a defen sive position upon I was induced to adopt tliis last bp cause the Friuch have at leastfifty thousand men disposable to tn tiie combined ar aad a corps of twelve thousand to watch and I was likewise of that the sooner the defensive o ld be taken the move likely were the troops to be able to defend Accordingly I inarched on the ami crossed the Tagus by the bridge of Arco and have continued my route to this in which I am well situated to deftnd the passage of Al inpraz and tbe lower parts of the Cuesta crossed tht river on the of tlie and he is still at the bridge of Area About two tbotisand of the wounded hava beeu brought away from the reQuufnnif fifteen hundred a re there I ttneVcr any it wcuicl have Lcvn wiUi iu attempt any more of From trie treutmetit which some of the wounded oa and who ft11 into the haodl from qnd from tuiirrher iu which I huve trraled the wounded who have into J ex pect that these men will be wet treated and I have only to that a Concurrence of over from circnmatances I hail and could have no huve placed the army in a situation to be obUged to leave any of them I honour to Signed Aarjiua enemy ad i rid need me to be of that deaiaiiuiof forciui at Talaveray they intended to rpeii a coiuiuuuicutiou with the corps suspicion was confirmed on the night of the bfy letters from Sir ilobert Wil which I inclose copie aud before I quittedTalavei a on the I waited upoji Gene and conversed with him upon tfac whole of our and pointed out to hiorthe possibility in the enemy through General Cuesta might ft ltd himself obliged to quit before I able to return to him r add I urged icct aU our At hf desire I put of this Qoiwereatioa and sent biirj a letter to of which I inclose British to being bat it imght halt JmCTmigiit be nearer I yie I that i from Plasfencia at Naval theV were between us and tbe out aij bottr I received from General ODonoghue the letter aud its of tthich I enclose to me flie intentJon of GeneralCuesta to march from Ta lavera in flie ev4ptng and fo Teav6 there niy hos liieutenant dated De w Lordship otf the removed by the meariEf ne akeady oa the ground of ajpipreherisioa that I was not strong enougbfor fbe and that the fTaukf and bad re tttrned that rejspns did not ap f tv j skm the ofwhitfh the following is a wap yesterday rettiveilBt tfie Office of Lord Principal Secrelurit jl LirMtuant the Earl of Chiitliiirtiy dalet litudquar August MY Bradford derivered to me your of tlie wguiCy Hig to me hisliijetys tluit coavey to Sir xiyiv tlie and other otliceu null Uuops pJoyed bffore and parliculurlyio artilferyHud engineer his 3Ii Jestvs ruost approbation ot dieir con duct and which 1 huvu obeytct wah die most ejitire I had the honour iti my last dispatch of EIC Ouaintin your Lordiiup with mv intention of proceediiig to tins auJ I should have tieea most happy to have been enabled to an to your Lordship the further progress of this it becomes my dwty to state to your Lordship from the eoncuiTtut teatimonyiVooi so many quarters as to leave no of the truth of the appears to have collected so conrvioce me that the period was arr ai which myinstractions would have di rectedmeio withdraw the army under niy com in actual Ijhaiiqertahilv on my arrival at Walebereni that tlie enemy were assembling in foree on all points was unwilling to give too niuch credit to these and was to persevere until I upon thefutlest that nil iur ther attempts would be From all our it appears that the force of the aicmy in this dUtnliuti d between the environs of and and on the is not less than thirtyfive and by some ratenienw is estimated Though a landing on the Continent I have DO have been asthe siege of the possession of which could have secured to us any of the ulte rior objects of the was by this state things rendered utterly spch a could have led to no solid advantagesand the retreat of trie which an early periodhave been fcve be4n to much force and that daily decreasing thatI could have brought into the after royidrng for tbe occupation of Walcheren and II ttve timounted to about ;