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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 1, 1834, London, Middlesex                                0 The WED.N.ES'D AS* fefterday arr'rv'd a Mail from ffelland.      n the Blockade of Opua, are tetuta'd hither; atid tho' they have ooi brought back fb much Honour as if the/ bad rrducM that GarrUbo by force of Ami, yet they have brought with � > wbote Skin, which � better. The German Troops. Aceonsmodatmaod IMontuajtor J%�(cto*the til, tkefc^ouds.4*. ^t lb�.tbey Won* Step farther* ��^/takfty held aGrand Councdof War fame Day.ago, to SfinWA** of a Body of Troop, �Umb*b ;^nd ffafluVd, that befides the 5000 Men lately return d from 11000 will be fent from tf�> Kingdom on that _Job. The'Affiur* of Sicily came at the fame time __Ddibrrauoo, and. it was niov'd .tor feme ways to be rtortbt of to dfca �^Judden Reduakm of^hat Kingdom ; twltSedo not hear that any Method waslut 00befides tnat of foirirj tyH which perhaps will not be fuddeo neither. L ON D Q N. ,,^._-- , Extras ef'* Letter fromfieri*. *   � We fency'd the Impersaliib, after their Retreat over the �� Po, wotM think of going into Wmeer Quarters, both on � Account of the little Poffibtlity there feem'd to be of keeping .��ibt Fiekl an> longer. end of the fioaU Likelihood of any f' Success at r^Juudure,.let their Projacls be ever fo well '� concerted; oot the laft Letters from our Army in Italy fay, m that the Ctmptm would not probably be {ban at an End ' * there, the Enemy defigning to undertake fame new Expedite tiao before the Arrival of toe Spanifh Troops 1 but our Ge-;*� ncrals have fo well taken their Measures, that we are under *' no Appwhenfions, let die Germans attempt what they plcafc. >    ThefcMotkms however, info rigorous a Seafan of the Year, �f fttigue prodigioufly our Troops, cjpeaally tbofe in the ad-i * vaw'd PaOs� and we may bence preary well guefc how it i*� hue* whh*he Enemy, who have not half the Conveoicncies � our Army enjoys. .  ; - V" People talk very much of a Scheme that has been fettled' ,.'�w with reUtiqn 10 Don Carlos: H�M�jefly, according to this Difpofition, wiUhave 30000 Men next Spring in Naples, 20000 in Sicily, and |ooop. in Lombard;.'; 16000 of thefe 1 *ihA am already on their March, and will arrive in the Month �of February,     '_' " -   ..... ^Orders are gone to aU the Ports for fitting out a Fleet of ^Ijj^e^^^ Project which the Count de Beliifle n come fraught with to Court, relates to p� the Siege of Siena.*' ' 'bom from Italy confirm the former Advices we had of the ocrialiua having repalVd theJPo, without the Lofs of one JleB^. The l*oveL�tm add, that the French had rc-_r'd the Reinforcement of tea, Battalions they expected. Thej write from Manm** That Count Konigfegg, upon his .u 6. ^ 44-^^ jjjpp'j a( jti Jacomo, and �ps there. The Preparations for a i are Aifl oqotmhed fbvigoroufly, that we are perfuaded he riaakfi� new Attempt upon Guafialla, as (bon as the Rains totcr.: IT* ham from Naplet. that ho Catholick Mty&y having ta ftcfaot of two large Cbefis of Money to "Don Carlos, tfUryaUlighqet* thought he could not lay out the Treafucs' thaa io Alms, a�t accordingly configVd it to the poor of St, James della Marca, who repaid his Obligation by ting him with the Cowl of that Saint, a Relia which his IHBjhiieficileems of all Things, and will fland him in lead mSickncls or Health, in the Hour of Death or ofJudgment. Liag Of Spain b in Treaty with the Republick of * the Port of Speoa, in order to open a more com-1 Canal from the Meduxrianean to Don Carlob's Domi-iwt�inhardy. write from the Hague, that h'u mofi Serene Highnefs T� of Oiabge ulk* of nuking ihonly a Tour into where his Pietaice is nccefbry for the changing of ^Magfflatua. - Dor Letters from Vienna acVifr, that they had every Day �j?ei than ever of engaging the Electa of iSavaria to the r�Iotere(LThat hhHlectoralHighiicfi raving fentaLeu ilmparul Jhlajeity, chat Prince aniVer'd it immediately rkttowm Hand� and that People began already to talk ve-?-^|y    their Expectations from the next Caropain. I likewifc, that a new Rciafotceraent of Troops would t upuocdiatcly 10 Italy, wi that Prince Eugene would ~ J *here next Jujnxaex.___XhcDuks of Wirtemberg u I the Impcrjal Army on the Rhine, which, as 'twas would be augmented with icooo raqre Pruffians, 6000 S 6000 Saxons, 6000 Dwcs, and 6000 Hannovcrians, the doubling the Conuogcnu of the Princes of the The King of Pruflla continues to take the Air daily, and r Strength : .'     laid that the Elector of Cologn having ata'd to bim of tome Inconveniences his Electoral High-iOoaauy lay under, from giving Quarur to the PruAun hia Majefty anfwer'd, that he would give him Satis-iwmediatfly, and order t jooo Men more to hold 1 ready to march, to join the other 10000. Letter* from Peter/burg mtrntion, that Mr. I'Etujg ch Comminary, had bken Leave of the Curioa. in ria teturn to France.  'Tia added, that her Majciry had declared that fhe would never Poland, brc�Dfebewasexcfi but that in cafehewouM be . King StanifUtts to reign; in the Laws1 of the Rcpubuck; ted with any tfamytlle, fhe would promote hn Inwreft with alt her Power. They write from Persia of a piece of Perfidy which was late* ly committed there, and for which Thamaa Kouli K�n had already taken his Satisfaction of the AggrctTor, Tats General having a Perfon whom he thought haVritnd, and had rats'A from the Dregs of the Soldiery to a high Command an the Army, few him to the Province of Candahar, to raife a Body of 14O00 Forco, which that Officer having luccecded in, feduvrdT them with fair Promtiet in declare agaimt Tbaraas in favour of the Sophy dethron'd j but Thamas JCouIi Kan fboa learnt the Treachery of h'u Creature, and flew with a Body of Light Horfe to Candahar, wbenfhc defeated the Rebels, and took the Traitor Prifiner; caafinghttEyestofae pluck'd out of his Head,, and his Body afterwards to be drawn at a Horfe'a Tail thro' the Streets of the City of Ifpahao. It may give our Readers a fhort Sketch of the Dutch Trade; juft to mention that 1721 Ships arriv'd the laft Year in the Port of Amfterdam; amonglt which were 33 from Archangel, 22 from Peteribourg, 701100 Riga, 1^7 from Narva, 20 from VVibourg, 36 (ram Koniglbcrg, 62 trOfh,J>am�ck, 26 from Stockholm, 163 from Norway, 77 from Greenlaoot, 69 from Davis's Stteights, ,51 from London^ ^2 from Sutherland, -88 from Bourdeaux, 33 from Rouen, 18 from Rajone, 22 from Nanrz, 12 from RocheUe, 5 3 from'Cadiz, ao from Bilboa, 4$ from Leghorn, 32 from Lifbon, 29 from Sutiname, and 14 from the Eail-Indies. Extras of lb* Dtal Lttttr, Dtttmhtryy. We have bad a very hard Ssjbrm of Wind, which began " Veflcrddy in the Afternoon, and increafed to this Morning " two o'Clock. Several Ships have drove foul of one another; " The Neptune, Capt. Parks, for Madeira, was on board " the Volant, Capt Smyter. for Barbadoes, and receiv'd a " great deal of Damage, having fix Foot Water w her Hold: " after they got cletr, they were obkg'd to cut their xCable " and run for the Shore/ outing away all their MaOa i .but " before our Deal Boats could gee to their AffiOance, the Ship " blew off afloat, and the Boats ate gone to them to fwc their " Lives, and what Goods they can. " The Infanta Philip hath loft her fore Malt and BowTprit. " I muft refer to* better Accoimt ialby next. " 1 hearchat Capt. Smyter'and his People are got on Shore M mSt.lMargareVsRayby the South Foreland." 'Tissaid, that in cafe her Royal Highnefe-ihc Piincefsof SIR. *�OXIR gate and Interejl are , . ^THliMAS ^ MARLARs  v i *( C j t 1 z 2 n iad Wt AVi a ) 4- . Ttbt mtvftbe Jk&�*trs */tki$ City, i* fa Jtm> fifa. Thomas J*nfi*i dtiiaid, ht fafong lnfr k tiri4ifJfri}Xijirm-L> Ikmjmim if bit Cotifa*,, o*J� ftr^^:^^l^0t-:' Orange hat a Son, hisMajefly and the^ntes General wUl be Godfathers, and her Majetty Godmother. JUU Night the Staroe of K. William III. being perfected, was brought to the Batik, and will be fetup this Day in the great Hall.  This being New.Yea?s�Day, Sir Francis Child, Prefident of ChrUPa Hofpital, together with Rii^Cheeke, Elq; Trea-furer, and fevcral of the Governors, are to wait on his Majeity, according to annual Cuftom, to prefent the filue-Coat-Chil. drcneduica^d in .rijftMatB^rjiukal.School fcondad by Jfio^ Charles It. They area/terwaru� tb watt oa his Royal Highneis, the Prince of Wales. _ We hear that a Marriage is concluded between Edmund Borhm, ��Bday KiatK, htiwcMf aadaeT o'CMckT. IJT/H E R E AS Mr. Ward of Pictti< lajtbe Daisy Advert ifcr or' S*tufd*f ihe 28 forHi�y slreaiag,; Coaspasv wnh Mr. ar�Ma> an Apaehetatf in tb.e laffl� Nc^hnurtwe toMr.MateeuVHoulet whoroUiNc, hew�W�t'dat Mr. Watdfl own'a be raver hsd contain*, tt*about.hitWite, nor �a�tbtt� ... Wordof Trmh is ih*t ptiafi Acteuac, tbat coald be anplikt to h�% or nU Wife tuber. Alto a CkRot Wine I ioaairtu abuw Mtrs.MSI* w�il'sHeaUh. kef*Id bst8r�alt*at eot (bfiad, fcot taor*moveable from the Ribs� wbkh w� all that pj 6 d apM that Wbjsfti. 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