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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 20, 1834, London, Middlesex                                arriv'd two Ma%s from Franc*. Warfaw, January *5. lieutenant General -Sagrafty hsa^flfed 1 with hi* Toops over the Viflula at Cfc-jtahr, and net With little Oppofitkm, I the Poto filing, only a fcWShot with - fcog Gan�, m retiring upon the Ruffian* t>Unti�ig their Cannon at them. *Tia Aid they are gone toward Saaltk, near the Mounrams of Hungary. Ma* [jor-General Backmentoff,  with his Body of Troop*, patted the Hmr "and Col, Sibilfity is at Sendomir with 800 Jtod they reckon now, that this Side of thefRnrer t.MHd*nof the troop* of King SuniflausVPajty. At the 2EJft|^HciWtourg b arnv'd at Leopold, and Major-ff!SgfjtfV>M far from him* they hope to encompabYthe !SfcUi Manner, as ,w put them to the otmoft Dif SL, We have News, that the Palatine of Kiovy hasre-tST*  Km- to tht lata general Confederation, ualfotht ::gS3 MtMTTho PaUtbe of Rtdfia, aad kb S^^a7PiiB�e Abbot Ctanor^ here this Day rrpwtiidf   The Deputies of fcmal Palatinates have �^STy*. Tbcy write from N�plo. that Don Cwfeab� begin kit Journey towards* Stcilf : And from  'fcta)eljk� the Pope wat preparing to accommodate the Spa-Skltofea, in their Paf&ge to Lombardy fjuoogjh the Ecde- -  JiTMtjeflydedw'd on the i7tH Iflftaat at Sapper, that S tie Prince of Tingry, hlarfhaU of France era fine* the  lift of Tube laftv V -The General OfScen afleinble frc^oently at (be Cardinal ieffatfh *� enminer the Plant that arc prefaced for the  Qm��ookof the nejet Carhpain on the Rhine and jn Italy. ;   %ji bow (aid that Martha! Coigoy will return to Lombardy 'fSii fdrtakht or three WeeksTime at farthed. ' Thty write from Cremona, that the Weather contmu'd very !W, aad that put of the AllyM Troops wen gone into Winter f Ojarterti'that the Epidemical Diflcuiper, - which ragVI in the ^ Wpniil 'Army, took off a great many Men 1 and that the flftid Number of th"* Sick in theMantuan, amounted to a-' ^Ml'tsOooMen. The inceflimt Rains which have fahi for ' mt lime paft, have caoi'd feck Floods, that the whole Coun- 'jf� bin aawnner under Water.     ^'��.v... �'    * "   TbeJPrmceoFTing^ ~f ftnoj^oTMarfhalfor France, was Son to the famous General :^lq|pM& ��d diflineuifli'd himlelf on feveral Occafiont in W bMWanv particularly by throwing a Convoy into luflc tMft btfitg'd by the Allies in 1708. Dttl, Jmn. 17. Wind Weft.  His Majcfly's Ship the Rye teasjas, with the out ward-bound.  Arriv'd, the Dutchcfs of ! lSrdana', Bird, from the Bay of Campcchy t >Don Carlos,  Ode, from Meffina. * 1W, J**. 18.  Wind's. W. Remain in the Downs, ftfc Msjrfiy'a Ship Rye 1 the EaO-Indta Shits s the Tygria, Itat, forTurky 1 Elizabeth,' Duce, for Batbadoo v VcTun-ftsloy BafBrtt, for Montferrat j Prince of Orange, Macdowal, fa St/Chriftopher't 1 the Gloocefter, Paul, for Nevis ; 'NtDtoat. Graham, for Malaga j VcnuousGrace. Suingfd* Jn^aM*Hainial^iar,-w"Maryland; Queen Caroline QhrO, for Dublin 1 Truro, Francis, for Falmouth ; Sea llanjr, Cox, for Briftol; Providence, Sheppard, for Bridg >Wet| WUmore, Ford, for Oporto 1 and feveral others : iiiU'oi'd fa our |bnner� Artiv'd, Nancy, Farmer, from %L ON D ON. :>'Jh Friday Evening laft bb Excellency the Spanifh Ambaf-MstAxeir'd an rxtiaordfnary Courier from Spain, and at Ifpt* the fame Evening went to Court, and had a private AtfemoT hu Majefty,jto impart the Contents- of his Dii-ftthei. "Tit faid, they relate to the prefent Mediation of tht.Mariiime Powers, and^tit cooje�lur  ajpsjibleNow, by the Impatience his Excellency flww'd to LOBMuucate them to his Majefty. yfe have an Accourjt from Turin, that the King of Sardinia ;, punier fuch an extreme Affliflion for the Death of his :|:jeyMhat he had (hut himfelf up in a MonaAery,' and in-|iJ*Wtocoodnue nine Days in Retirement, in order to give a d'pPSoJpe to bis Sorrows.   - *w Her Majefty was Aunt to the FrenchTCing, and- bitler.in. :M�  of 600 Per-font prefent, aBof tht fit Dtttaakau l^eri from Spam mo^tayaisCael^ fcnr for the brft A^at^ rw�� ftaiy, to scoaiU the Pa3ao which was lattk ten* in MaAii, Ut M�itB> rdbhriBg � make it one of too aaon faeaorifaTEdiem mEoroM-. Tit mrurkable. that the law gr�SeTOW�icl. began to ikviolcataere aJioattS o'clock, tfid not rife � anyWht in HoHaod pQ the Ewaiat. aad thro g^ fetari^ that the tike was never reaurk'd there MoAril�flodmat�k� Hague,' AmSerdan, Rotterdam, 9bc recav/d � veodigioas Damage, and fcveMoT the aa� Rows Ol Trees to dtt Streets of the Utter, were com in by thcloota. Ta� Partksdar* of the Ships loft in tbeTeset, it ssdc yctitrrv'd, b* \b fcar'd will appear very contklerable.  m4, Ibe^kjslfbrjefty. bOity forefgo Mmillers, sad other Pcrfontof DislLtcW wUl nay^tbeir Coapbmoata to eke Royal Family on that ooca. ....____,__dlDr.f ,......^---------, Dr. Bcnfan, Lord Biffaeo ^Gkwccfter, aad Dr. Seeker. Lord BifhopofBriftol, were oaafirmM at Bow CtHook If Dr. Paat; Vkar-Gcneraloftl^ArcismofCaaaerb^    - And Ycfierday their Lordlsip. v^ere a�fc�rtted at Lamð by bis Grace the ArcfUhod of Caoterbaiy, am�cd by the Lord Btfbop of JjoodoB, smdfaitialcaker ft&K�. ' OnTluirf&ylaftfJsel^rd DiOo% Ctdoado/anlrim R�-jsem ia Uie Service ot France, was aaarry'd to the Hots, lift DiDoi; Daagbttr and file Heircsiip tW late Lord Dflkm of Kingdom ot Irdaad. TkeNuptials were ftlfleYd *. the t40>l>>watp'� Hoow&Fall.lfiir The fecond Rnrment rf |o per Cm cm fifsc l^su of 2C0000L fir the Emperor, is to be made o� cv before the atk of Tebroary near; and the icmejajng 50 ftr Cee*. it to be. Sid on or before the 4th �f Merck next; efooJtJm Pelaky of feiting the full Hftatmt. Tht f>� fiymeet of ao per Cent, wa� paid into the Bank fjhe sotk Itmaftt; We keat tkat thit ScMstetelHela � Frarinoi of t per The tidy M�r Fioefc. Sifter to the late Ea/I erf Notting-im, aad Asmt to the prefcat Earl of Waerkekea, baa Ixea dangcroafly iOi but is now ia a lav way of Recovery. Ycfierday the Right Rev. Dr. EdmoadGftfon, Lord IKfbop of London, onfam'd JoarPriefts k� the Royal Oupal at St They write from France, that a Wetaaa at Raeima ia tkat ingdeea swvmg had aiac Httfbaadsj bred ep\ tweaty>ebi ChildreBtf aad WTd -aji the Meafare of bar time with great Indoflry, died there lardy at the Age of toa. Shewaaactrjided to the Grave by 153 Sons, GraaMoaa aad Great Gnsadsopa, many of -the former gome upon Crwxkra, m led along blind John Smith, who liv*d at the Angel arid Crown war Teut*_ fie-Bar, was trr'd for dealing from a Gentleman a Sum of Money, in hi* Hocie t andaher iTrjfsl which laftad nrar fix Hoars, in which twenty Witneftes wre exsmitfd on both fides, be wuecquitttd. .       ' The London jury are to attend this Day, to.end thcSeusoni cm tbeir fidr.    : s This Eveaiag wiB be perform'd^ At the Fasacu TwBATaa in the Hav-Mahmt; Let AMANTS RE-UNIES. &c At the Tit t a ta 1 Royal in Ds vay-Lviiii The WATr* of the WORLD, with It* OAf Af�^ >#a|*r Ar the Tatarae RoraL to Covtar.QAhntN, King HENRY tkt IVth, with the Rapk of Paoatarttia. ; AC the Ntw TttaAtaa ia GoooMANV-FiftLbs, The CARELESS HUSBAND, with the ChymicaU OdwstTBa>et,ra.^ '>� ;      ^^y..:^?'-';':;^-' Jofcif Rertsiidthim, c/Le�aTlnlm�; tn the County of IlfA. 'after5 attke j^oraf^ �; -  ^ nBatardty Baam9tsck was t j8 01 keif, tadm i� without rke rXvktead. SoanVSai TtadJag Sttek-.ts t 4U1, t $nv fortlmQpet^. OklA^ks<0{ 1 8th,at 4tji., Dhtt ^Kr^\C�Un,t0fM?nliJ�' theSpanMhAipbafla. fm ��o*fignd to have had AlUmblies at Lis Iloufe o�cc a Mfeaof Beaucy, Quahty and DrcVs, at his fixcelkncy's on and born down Witk the Weight of old Age: She kad^kerfcU eight Brothers and thmeeaSitten, all of whom bad made lack good me of their time, that the eld Wotnaa wat Aoat aad Great Aunt to upwards of lOOO People. The tame Letters menuoa, that aa eti Mai died laft Cfcrift-mas-Day at Laon, upwards of 107 t bat we do not leara tkat be was in any Degree a Match for the old Gcadewoaua abovemenoWd. . '� __ In the dreadful Honicaae ofTke 8tk Inftaat. the ftae Grotto at the Seat of ThoaaasScawce% Efq; at Carlbaltan in Surry, was in a great Panram'd j focnl hondred Trees were blown down in the faid GesvJknusft Park, aad tke old aad new Wall enrloting ky tore dowa in many Place*. -Has whole Damage is computed at joooL andupwaida, Oo Saturday Moraiog between 4 and c o*Clodc, a Fire broke out at tne Home of John Iain, at tke Two Brewer* in Tooley-nreet, but by timely Help it was put out, after kaviag confum'd the mfide c/tke Hoafe. The Man and his Wife were nWd to efcajpenaked out of the Window, and 'tis  be pat together, and oo porfbot to be �drotrttd wttliaatrr^kets. at&kb ��tbe 4*lt��M tl.t D�r. �t the Otfica aCmiGirte Tlmtre,ar Half � Guinea ��cb. PintGtUcsf 41. Upfer Calory 9*. 6i. *�.    Bj Hit Msjtiry j Command, r*o Ifeifo� whattver r�t be adniucd befaiud tlw Stcoes. To be SOLD, At tbe Sign of tbe Black turn and Parrot, ia IVhitc Hart-Yard* Drury-Lantt  ___________ A Mighty finerforcel of Erefich, Eiiglifli and tfcsb Ccrmia Caoary-Bira*, both Coek� and Kent.  �d HesiU;  miglny 6ac ttlk-Pair of : waj tame BtjUk Nilblirastc* now jtrSonjl ;  fine beau- the t�tl.locic�; federal tonsof ouilkodiihTurtle Pu'  tame UuIW   

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