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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 16, 1834, London, Middlesex                                THURSDAY, .January  16.  1734. H'tjitrdayarriv'J a A fail from, Hollands Home, January 1. H E Fcpe , 1 Jiving afefotved Bifrtop' Cofcia, lirother to the Owdisal of that Name, from the Ecclcfiaftical Cenfures he had incurrM, that Prelate celebrated JlfalVeii ChriflmM-Dajr in CalthrSr. Angelo � ami'tn bcliev'd, the Affairs of the two Brethren will be very toon accommodated".   . StmJ^uip Jan. 8.  The Imperial Comrnitlarics have agreed with thefc cf hi mofi Chrulian Majelty fof an Exchange of Prifbncrs, and the Cartels are actually fettled.  Upwards of 1600 DeTerters It* pitieoKd thernfelves fmce the King's Pardon wai pub-It'd, aod more arrive daily t They are all to be fern to Italy, asai �corpo�ted with the Regiments thete. 'But. W �+. wiad VV.S. W. ArrivM, Henry and Do* nchy inter* freffl'New.EngUnd j Figura Merchant, Wopd-np> toftiUicint Remain* iviartha; Hancock* for Madeira I Aim. Dale* for Cadiz ; Neptune; Becker, for Pottfmouth. tii Night put back, Rofeberry, Glover, for Cadi*." Moil tteOmwa^-bonnd which failed on Sunday are coming leveral are at Anchor, and more c�mtng in. X O N' J) O N. -Thrylmte from Hannover, that an intire good Harmony �00 the point of being rcttor'd between-his Majctty and the Fjajof Frufiia, and that it was generally faid,a, Marriage Itrweeo his Koyjl Higbnefsthe Prince of Wales and a Frincets iPnrSia, was to wipe off all former Caufes Of Mifunderllanding. � We Vim fwwn Spain, that the famous Treaty of Seville was Mtfim'din the late Fire at the Royal Palace at Madrid, but tie ^> not hear who an; like to be principal Sufferers by that JfodxrW. 'HsiaidthaVherOitholicJc Majefty was at firll atfcr fane O nlufion, and proposal a great Reward (or favirrg itt ba after alittle Confidrntion, her Majefty found the Lots af�great Confequertcc,, i>on Carlos being now in a Condition lod�pretty well without it^r^ TbeCarapain ended in Lorobardy with-a-finart Skirmifii atnreen a Detachment, of French Troops that attempted to '*> tapriie Sibionetta, and a Party of Impcriilills who came in to a bSoocoar. Letters from the French Camp claim the Advan-and pretend that the Germans had 4.00 Men kili'd and asooifd, and three Companies of Grenadiers made Piriforms; yfrM tfiofe from Mantua reduce theTkuTd and wounded to 200 flea, and allure that the Allies loit as many. The Town asanas in the Hands of the lmperialitls. TaeSpaniflt Army is actually piling the EcdefialUcal Tcr-i varies In its March to. Lombardy, ana a Tranlport of -i aoao lien is getting ready at Barcelona, defign'd alio tor Lombardy. : Tbefc Troops are to be einploy'd, as toon as they arrive, Jn fsMuagtbe Imperial Garrifons in Tufcany, which make lie-aaeat&aUies, and miferably harrafs their Neighbourhood. Our Letters frofts Paris fpeak as if there was a Faction in rk French Court, and that the Scheme for fetting the Duke *ffiostboa at the Head of the Army of France, was inr a fair ny to take place; that to this end Marfhal'd'Asfeldt was ajik'd of fur Italy, Marihal Coigny to ferve under Mohfieut as bLtruteaaot, and Marihal Nonlles to be laidafidc. The Itpgteak the Staff on New-Year's-Day from the hft mcn-sJaaM General with a very remarkable Politenefs ; his Majefty .Idbioi* that tit proofs bt badgiatit ofbis Zeal, bow glorious jfcctr, ime ytt d'tfigritabU la him, as be teas fcnfiblt ibtybad ftfi&i bis Health i attd that bisWtttfure was too nccejfary ��^Ullk^^dtj^^MUa^db).mjfutm-Cait^aini Ifcribslftugny, upon bis Return Horn Italy, finding that tkftopk at 1'dtis did not know the Germans were under any tittWnatjge frunj the Feats of the hit Campain, has brought Kj.lWJ that the Imperial Army are part drowned, part ttarvVi, ' �d the rcmai-de.- quitting the Service daily by Delation ; �MB the Alli� on the other hand are in perfect Health, every lepntpthaving itsCompanies full,and every Man hisBelly fulL w�'c trt>m Naples, that an Italian Nobleman has SBCttrfe.r.nd three Years to the Galleys, only for fending a Oufcoge to a Spanun 0%� for fome Affront he had ofilrM �a. TkeFrincefs Ccnfort of the Prince Royal of Pruflia lies dan-r�^iUavikiUo. fl� ExcfHency Mr. Walpolc's Baggage was put on board PtYfcrU Ult Week at Rotteidam, and his Excellency hopU eabaiK one Day this Week. Tk Ditcemper which rages in the German Army jq Italy, fWnboted to the Corruption of the Waters of the Po, by the tWtrof dead Bodies, toih of Men and Horfa, thrown "* �t Utl Summrf.   The Venetians fearing it may prove *?, *la\'e ukeo Mcui'urei to prevent iu penetrating fj.*- Tbe Allies are alio buiy to hinder its affecling jlfPfWiuer Quarters. ^'"J^f/y hA a Rcfidentfrom the Eleflor Palatine arnVd J** *w V'fitcidiy he was iuttotiue'd to their Majellies br the .frT8- tn�lA*d Harrington. JjfcTurfuav Night hA died at her Scat at HodfJon in Hert. How lhe LaJy Arabsila Oxcnden, fecond Wife ��wuttolSirJ.1mesO.�iid_-n, of Wingham in Kent, Km. S��t. Uncle to the Right Hon. Sir George Oxcnden, g- �4of tie Lords of che Trea.a-v.- Her LaJyfhip was 2/ 1*5VU'a'e Earl of Rock.nghiijj, Grandlathcr to ti:e Jg� EatJ, and wis Aunt to the Ri^ht hua. the Fail of % Mr Green, Organiit of Sr. the Royal Cha;.a          I., rbHW.^'^anJo: .M.,.k,.. ffy}H- �!�'-k'd. yjPWV his Grace the Dake of V.. an-1 c wd .s : wo, ,i in ' 1 SttGrofvcor.timet from Stotlar.J: �Moaday_ the Rhh, if0, chc I ^ F.j.l 0f Kelburn-, Tu!!imoxe, aniv'd nere v �&alrel3:u!. KasOar u< s^hotli in it his .1 \ JU'o.iii   J '.lit      new 1: Scprl.tnd belonging to the prcpaguir.g cluittiin Knovslrdg*-, are -t pre:  �>�<�  and 10 oblig* Pct&o* tmUf of 'eni, imuieijiaiety to , and to'Out ita� op eiwlf - IheDtxtrstobtjptudatiSitiC.lui. The Coaches areiicfir'd toccme cofbe H>y^luUt.aB�ntlie Chairs op MarkctUoe from the Pi�-Mi!l. Hq Fcrfuos whailbctcr can tc admitted to Ice tbc Koafis before she Bail begins. 1 if tat Sabfcriber, crocbers bate aaj Tkhet* to fparr, ihry arxtfc- | To all Viauallcrt. CofTcc-M�n and Ta^mi Keepers. this it to give Notitri   ^     - . THAT it having been concerted and agreed u>�^]*titioa the Parliamrot to bt rtl�� d than that aadotbarftMC CtitvaMWt o*�e �h�H ihty at prefint laboar I and a PttitiMi nana* t*eo ptcpat'd, �Tl >en tt lbs Lc*dtw l\io -ho�Ji on tv�|si�-hiHl bereft*" Nemben hi�t fi^n'J; hot la ttfare tear aau� Irea at �'r�t DMtrts fata the*�, it h*> teen thoajht proper to Have PenV At in* lamb ia AbtbUitfc-l�!>* j RoMnV'c.ffrthooft, 0>dj�#ry j ' Brit fh C rT�>w�rarn Fiotb-lane t.., . loodJn- Bridge Coffitthoqir oa 1 tiato*Bi�i|t| - the TorUy by KotheAith-Cfmth t   . Ousstthetiermitaie-Snirtt Wapning }     , Whiiriaffoo �ed Cv, WiuirchaMl t tweas Cofwhooft, Spir.le.6Sds { Coach sni Horics wnhto Bithopffatt |    . $*aa fa St. A. nr�y ball-appear,- and iwf ImProrcmcoK be molt c*0ly uodettiood, #hich haM. beiaor aaf M t etude is Natural t'bitofophy by ih* Jtetp irf Cb|atittr|.      �        ' Sumac* of (he Cau-Cure delivct'd, and ItAfoiMSuB* taken i�, atr Mr._tdwardrt. Chfmili, in f^:ter-larw, FkarJheet v � P��W��- Pit and Boies to be pot co�etber. aod no FtxCjm 10 be admitted without Tickets, vhich wilt bt deUtcr'd iha: Day, �i iAc OSns io the Hay-Marker, at half  Goiaea cadi. Callcy 4*. By bis M�J esty*/ Caaa,*J, _No pet Pans wliatetcr rote admitted b  n<) ikc '�cenn. BTHis MAJESrr*$ Command. AT tne Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, on Saturday cert, the tSib of Jaaoary, b.- pttfofai'd the new Opera, call'd ARIODANTE- pit and B-)sa� to be pot together, ltd eo JVtChm to tc admitted without T.ckeu, which will be d$Ii'cr' ar. at tit OtU* in C >�cm Car^eo Theatre, at Half aCotecaeatls. full(MXtj 4*. Upper Gallery ��. (J. 21> His Majesty'* CaauaW, Nevcr  Aoed   before. iJy /^i & *' To�cr-Wtar�. 10 take ia C s � at Oa* Tff�r at iToatfDock .or ose bUxk MTaiUcaar. two Vtfa one-Velvet dvT&n HtnikSl*. cbjcit, aad ooe lookiog-Gla,f� with a black .Frame,  if olfrr'd t� N' foJ ortuara'd, pray flop tfcem and tbe Farty, apd^lre Notice aaabova, aad you /hill bare a Reward of Tbtee Coineat, or Proporiionablc fof aay put; 01 if the Fatty wUo hath Uob then will rtllottibcai at ' aborc. they ftall hate the fame Reward, aod no OjcniooS atk'd.   ~  |. LOST on Monday hft, from, the P'nzzuf eett Kirs-Urcer, Covrnt.�i*Jat, by a GaniIrtnan't>S�r*aaf�.i yoocaj VutOs Cream olour Biteb,-Whoever tao give Intoroiifion of htr.h) thai flle m>y be had asaln.tiall i�ci�� of Richard B�rg>f,at thf Ship ta jaacMucet. ftw SinUimiiReaard with tutor Thadta, "aTV Y Perfon of a' fair Character, that writct f \ weTT, and it a food Acconptant, tojerta as an Uthtt to a B�a diAE-Scboot. ouy bear of Aufiaefs at Mr. Wearer'i, at (be s#as)--  Warcbotllcs froMJog tnf Ttuatef, eetr Dyert-wallin Turoca-titact.- ' .   . To te fcso ta (be Titne of Sale, ar ibaafirelaid Warahoafet., > � __Samuel Torint Broker, tor Sale by tbe C All D L       '   '' AT the Marine Coflfeehoufe in Birchin-Janf#    " 00 Wcdoc&a) tbaaad teUaat, a taiga Vancl of nob, Mai tk* btUt Ssoih of a ferfjo deccaa'd. To be feca ti'.l tie T-om of Sale, at lb� OIJ trath-JvoHovftif Bioad bract, aguutt ihc choich, up on� Pair of Statu. rr _Edward William, Broker. William Broadstock, $taymak~ert~ MtUGdiimCxii*PsUM*?l, Strv4*ttttUluuMr.RitOr^ Tgiwt NtfiUf HAT all Ladies may t� fcrVd by him a|y til * i" Mr. Rieardt Tim, ba Him* tO tbt Maaaytaa ty* Lias ifcat ttf. K card bad laktn.___ . _    � To he 8 O LJ% frefh fcafon'd Coach-Horfef, one of They are fr far tjtUr Cart Dray, or   

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