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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 6, 1834, London, Middlesex                                1*1. ilir vertifef. MONDAY,   J a \* u a r v 6,   1734. 'On Saturday arrived u Mail from ffeUand,"and Ytfterday two from l-tendas. Pelsrjburg, December 14. [H E Herd of Tartars �vJ.jch has been fame Time in l/krania, arc rctir'd cut of that Country, parfuant to an exprcls Order from the Grand Vizir; and 'tis affur'd that this Incident will rn.ikc a> conftderaMc Change in the Afiairs of Poland, the Staniiki.ts having -ill along had gnat Expectations ot Support from ihefc Tartars. The Britifh Mi-nifter has notified to the Czarina, that the King, his Matter is inclin d to accede to the Dcfcr.fivc Alliance lately concluded between the Ciotvm of Denmark and $�c${*; but We do no: perceive that her Cz3rifh Majcrty is �t all inclin*d.. to come into itl Mr. i'Etang, tiic r'rench Contmilfrry, is preparing to return home, tut having been 'afgtetofacceai in bis Co&caiiSon. Dcei, Jan. 3. Wind N.N. W. Many of the Ships which fiited Jail Wcdnefday put back, but feveral of  n to lech as would tjait Count 1 raun, and enter into Den Ca:!os's Service,' up-Wrdsor one half had the Virtue to folio* th.t.General; drcb-' Jog ffcey would never leave him for any Advantage wharfiyver. The States of Bohemia have granted hb laiptrul .N'aj.lly a Sobfidy of 3300000 Fibrins.      ' Our Leacrs front Lombardy mention, that a Tnimprt bc-ImiQgio the Imperial Army saving prefented himfelt ou the 130 ot lall Montn be/ore the aJvacc'd Guard of Cremcna, Ms immediatciy hecdvvirxk'd, and conducted to Maifha! Bro-|tk>, (ovyl.tm he dvlivci'd a Letter liorn Grneral VValiis ; but ��to the Ucututtioilit. People were as much in in?,Darkas tte blindfold-�1 MetRnger. Th? Atiiv J of ti.is Trumpet gave rife however to various , 0�jeilures, and amcngll others, I hat the Imperial General toprop  n the late'Reinforcement arriv'd there /fepj Fraiiw, (cine ot tf.e.-n were fotc  the .rlec:: and tliofr a precarious |T�tms extitniciy ^.Tiadi ruiu'd, - thai L'-^cu uDiu-t; ,Tr�c.% - tnxhing let: but t-m l..v-i, ^WtiSoa.   Ev�v Matter of a fawuy   c-.-s^'d t-> entenam as tfWty Men as bis' Iloafc v.ill IvU. i iv�r.v ^v- M�� |�uke two Suldters 10 in-. B:d i - tie V> u:i.. n i. d^ca, in tnai P�lpeit, are under no Compuh.cu, cut h:. tc t - D;cUt� ol an ttfcocnded Ccmpincn �  'Pis. LA -t tr.e C'cuit ot Sp-.Ln. tlu: !.i -.luing jot {bow time.look'J auovt ioi a �'-Ckilc�, whoie Experience and eap-;;-i.rhd)�fitto the Advantage ot . .> : -ld iKiples.   *l'a icrv.-:c-l ..V. t...: . ^-u' IhtJpprov'd t^- Pcku^i     '� "     i! ; Iht, icr d:u'.y 'i  t'l.t.-c   - -, | and carry'd the Poll. The, Generals of both Armies have agreed to permit the Coaches to go their ufual Stages from Stralbaig to Germany.   The Oblccjuics of young Prince Solemnity, ingtn I'erfon. - The in rclationto the Projei\ has concerted for penetrating next Year into-th�t Elcflorate. The fonify'd Places are reptdng, new AttilleryTtnoumed in the room of the old, and the. Magazines ftoiing with,Ammunition and Provifions fufficicnt for a V'car. A}1 poffible Indullty is ufed to detail Sjpies and lafpicious Perfons, and'oll the Houfc-keepers, whether Innkeepers 6r Othets, that let Lodgings, are oblig'd, every Day, to give the Magiilratcs an Account of tl>c Strangers in their Houfes, with their Names, Condition, Buft-nefs, and the time they purpofe to flay.' Bclidcs thefe extraordinary Precaution*, others are tAken for forming an Army at * fbott Warning, and accordingly an exacl Ellimste is making of all the Men fit to bear Arms. The Inhabitants arc likewile to give an Account of what Horfcs, Arms and Provtfiotu tliey have by them. 'I'he Count of Hoyrri, who has had feveral Revolutions of Favour and Difgrace at the Court of Saxony, isnowcharg'd with blacker Crimes than ever; and as he attempted to make a\yay vyith himfelf when he was fcre'd, his Guards'arc always with him, and even cut his Meat, not daring to trult him with Knife or Fork. He was calfd the Meca:nasof Saxony, and is undoubtedly a Nobleman of great Wit and Learning, but of little Honour and Integrity. * f is faid, that his Method was to lampoon (he Courtiers, till they interceded with their Prince to flop his Mouth with a Placet and, that when he had fore'd himfelf into the Adminiftration, he ufed to betray the Secrets of it to the French Party. Their Royal and Serene HighneiTes the Prince and Princefs of Orange continue in good Health at the Hague. The Pruffian Officers have carried off two Serjeants and one private Man belonging to the Dutch Garrilbfi of Vcnlo; they nappen'd to be at a Tavern in the Town a little diliance from the Garrifon, and the Officers feeing them, forced them away towards Wezel, a Place in the Diitchy of Cleves, belonging to the King of Pruffia.        ^ Veiterday their Majeflies, his Royal Highnei's the Prince of Wales, and the PrincclTes Amelia and Caroline, went to the Chapel Royal at St. James, and heard a Sermon preach'd by the Rev. Dr. Hatton : The Right Honourable the Earl of Walton carried the Sword of State before his Majelty. Thi|,ijetng Twelfth Day, the King will go in greatSttte to - u____1 / X.___1    c.   1__C___r�T..:__�?....:�_ H A Wcod, N  K R U V T S. tate of Milk-^trcttj, - "LesxJew, ^'illiam Merchant-Noel Gcotgc Von Re�!�f. ef Mark La chint. teaden, Mrf- High^Water at. Londtm-Btid^e f,a Day, it to ^SftMc* after 8 in the Mcrning, and 39 after 8 in the Afranwon. ..w't.i. AT the KING'S THEATR-E  in-, cte H*�M�iUt.TvmciT. w, the 7:b, of J*6�*'r, �f4 be patw ftfTBi'd to OP�It�, t*V.'4  - _       '   ' A  R  T  A  X  E  R  S E S. ' �k *xti Bote* 10 he pot t*�|tiher. ami ro rett^wf .0 fcewd withvM THkcis, *hkh will tw tfeiheri v!t�t Ul'l, k WOfit id ihe Hir�M*'*ter, at htl� * Ooioe* e�h. C^Heiy >v '\ By bit Ma!** sty"* Cvmmsmi'------- No rerfom" wlu'em t.*� be a^iittcit hebrs* �&� Ux*t*. .  T* kgin at Six aCkni* \ Fwrmtm QMay ; .Verier n JhrrcA* t^r f*^'** fa*** V Int* fent tut �f UvtrfwiH fr ttmntttt tKit tk*t GjOtf. Ncveir performM before.   " By His MAJESrrs CwmaitJ.    * . AT the Theatre Royal in Covcnt^Gaftko^ **� on WcdDefdjy : At t:.- I n ta 1 re Royal in Cov 1 nt - Garden, 11k- FOND 11L SHAN D, wiui the R a Ft of Ph ose rpinb. At the New Th catru in Gooumajj's - Ft eloj, Tu- DOUUL1'. GALLANT. callM Arlcquin Aftrologue, Statue, Enfant, &c. IVlib tbt'Scau of tUSlOQ*. and tlx Sk�LLI.TOV. To   "'tas'laaaOwNI. Nbirf ilwMMa, a\� **j Mm*i |p * murn'dafter theCaruiainfrawr.on.   ,.   :.;. , '  �t -.^ m~ This Day xciH begirt 1 A Complete Private COURSE of HUMAN    i mi iheirfev�alt'*inia^e�, _i ,    -      "      4? By A. CHO VET, Surgeon; | ( And PjM_OSS.tr4t9� .ef AvKTOUr 4tt �ju^f.ff^f j- At fits tittafe ia lcicclfgt-!icUi!>-'�rm c ;'v:'^i At bis Mttjejly^s Bear-Garden in llwklj in tbt    J FH IS prefent Monday, being the 6th Jn- '| liint, will be agcnci*! D�>>>J*Ji. �i ht-og Ct�b F^tt-Djf;        A f�><^[Bull f�ir aOuiotaejcij.ibW IA idtjhtz � * lu&.\B *a|     ..�| t.iUJOnioii, tlic other tic tMI�-J I'fl.>^J: Hiiib, tf�g% tl^flS *aoK,. bvMK to be ��Use Gtoaid thi� tnv. � " -j 2dlr. A Oug an 'f i�,*i      t .���:!     (aat a# | ditch, the ocher the eared 6�t�4kt*cg, b*3, itkjaAtUtit.             '_^ g Jdty,'lv o UcarLKigvlu6nt( ten U:g-�t     �t�&e tlm-mttitfiiiF' " Be�r lor Uo iliitug, catii, iti*i Dv>& cluLiaai^a I".ai4� uwoca; s the Money. Note, vtiiti/ i-f Bo i u4 BCiT-biXiog erctf alcc^ay. Ta��iay a�l Thurldaj. TbcPjor*�ill bcopc�a' Qeft aedtbe Sc*vtfcn^-� *iT�*ptti^lf HTHE Aflignecs under a Commifllon ot Bank^-r i Couatyot Surry. Wtwl-Jabtkr �ad ^itrttvanr. al 4ff�� tbcUtttmrn ;.j Co. tidcr ol wlin protcr a�ri�<.<�� m*t a� i*i�a foe tt      ij'.ii ,-\nniiiutr ^>4.   Roy^l Alfurince 98 1 half.   London AlTurance 1 z 1 Ne.v liaiik Circu'atiuii 5J 7s. 6d. Piem.   Souih- .Sca l!v>iiO> 3I. 14s. a 151. l'tcin. India ditw 3I, t . a 4I. t'uin.  Thu-e j>cr CVni. uitto si. 8s. Prem.  bn^lilli Copper fcuilJi wf&JLi^U ^^Qs^ua.kV. *.�t.^ FowubU*y i�f Jiuuasy, �73* j. Far. brtA�; -i5s"T on Thurfday latt about Noon, So,,.., M *r fv        L^JCMaror: ,71*, dort'd h
                            

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