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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 5, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The  Daily  Advertifeh Kutr.b. 1255. W E D N E S D A Y,~ February 5,  1734-. , V'.^R*v wasp. �>�'� Te/lerJa? arrh'd a Mail from Holland. V    /?cm?, January 22. HE Pope held aConilfto/y bnftlonday lait, and raitM to the Dignity of the Purple Signor Spinclli, lately made> Ai_hbi(hop of Naples. They write from Penan, thtt the Inhabitants of that DuKhy having comply'd with the Demands of the Imperial Genrral, in furnilhing him 4000 Load ot Hay up-1 on his Note, he was determin'd to try \ the Extent of his Credit, and demanded tSasply of Bread, Wine and Cattle, upon the fame Security, njfcfcwai alio comply'd with, the poor People having very �K Ro!bst for fo doing. The Allies have been fince in-* MkMof the Sucotfs of Count Wallis, and repairing the. like Ckofit tod Indulgence the Germans had, the Inhabitant!, were aSM^fo lobsit. Thefe Notes have been ofier'd to tlifcount atcsc Buk Jute, calTd the Mount of Piety, but without Success: 'Tti found they wilt not pals current in any Place out of tWDiikocc of thcCannon&ot of the two Armies. L O N  P O N. Oar Leans by Yeftcrday's Poll fet the Probability of a Peace Iryeod all Bound's of Expectation, and fpeak of nothing bat ftcpritions tor a new Campatn. - ' Mirfhal Corgny is actually letting out for the Rhine,.to kid tie trench Army out of their Winter-Quarters, and furprize ite Germans. The Leave given the Officers to {lay at t'aris H the iR oJ April, is rcvOk'd, and in Ham Orders iffued for &eir repairing to their Polls. Marfiul Noailles is likewife go-og^Wtrdy. .'. fie Elector ol Mentz has fent to .Vienna in a Fright, and. jftinceEugene has deciar'd his Intention to come to his Suc-taaaslcoit a? poffiblc.- The Duke of Btunfwick-Beverco cftaxattSs again as fecond General. 'Tis thought however out th: ft� nch will not open with the Siege ot Mentz, but xh thole of Biifac and fribourg, in ord& to penetrate into i�ihjx, and prevent the Emperor lending any Reinforcement mils Army in Lorobardy by the Way ot the Tirolete. The IWfceat Wiitera&crg, who commands the Imperial Army in Ike interim, bas^viote to the Directors of the feveral Circles, macUtbrir Contingents ready to match at an Hour's Warning; and 'tis talk'4 a& i i,apd cantcn'd indifferent Places, the better to water, me Iirary's Mocions. ~ ~ ^l^v*d;ra~all^fttKljrthar theenfuing Cafnpains will \' k themoft bloody ever known. Thfiud, that the Czarina having pofitivcly deciar'd to cer-�W Poirerf, that Hie will admit no bxpeJient for giving any Start of the Crown of Poland to Kuig Stantibus, tnc French .,.,^*^^w.ig|^.jfflXufpei*i for the prefent, the Operations in w_KiHgdoai, and to turn the Force ol Kiflg atanilhus's moans wholly upon the Emperor, by an Invaiion of ibinc �*ae Hereditary Countries,   'Hits Scheme is (aid to have been . .lyt'dby M. Chaut'ciui, Keeper of the Seals, and Colleguc �� Cardinal Fleury in tLc French Minirtry. m HejCzaun AJajcrty is Lid to have concluded the Declara-tx� above-tneniicn'd in the following heroical Manner : *� Resolv'o to loppqrt KingNAuguttus at aU Events, "aei will tacrine?, to the Lilt MaA in niy Empire, /or ***End.  I am cLitnnin'J 10 givcihe World an Example H** *he Faith Sovereigns Ought 10 Keep with their Allies ; *�M having fccui'd the Peace ol Poland, will next employ * my whole Force in rue Service of the Emperor." v ^*oco,d'n2,y �lVur'd, that General Lacy is order'd to . 30000 Ruliujis to Cracaw, which lies near the , TlOOUdsofhung^ry and Silcfia, t  be at Hand to defend thofe y*Mr�t$ (rem ar.y Inuption. or 10 be employ'd clfewhue, as �E�peror Ihall rwve Occafion. 1. *�^rm*d frorn ilic Hague, that the States-General Sf^c*?BtttJ th��r~Ncutrality with Fiance for another Year. High Mighrint-fies were v?ry coy at firjl, and would by t!f*^ *T"tT ,nw *" l^tSoc'a,'oa for odjutling a nwv Acl^ A ^ *��rir.iagt!* Emperor : But the French, always fcr-j*� Expedient-, tiaviog propos'd a Continuatun of the r*_Tf'* Neutrality, by inttrtu.g at the Foot ot me old In-?2Tjt' ,*'*t tnt Contents were.rp remain in Force to the "�"tbeccK Cwnpain, the Gentlcmin confcnicd without WQince. ,WUp"V,tC'Letl*TS trom Parii take Not'cc� tnit Mf Van ***-Dmcti Minifter ar that Court, being in Con'ercnce 'SfL    'R*1 Wsufy. exprefsM fome little Pain to think how "fKtpubiick of Holland could atquit htifcll ot twr Engage after the Rate of So Crowns for 1 Horfartan modnted and accoutred, and 30 for a Foot Soldier 1 one Moiety to be paid fuon after the Ratification of the Treaty,.land the other warn the Troops enter into his Majelty's Service: That during their Continuance in the Dominions ol Denmark, hbDaniihAiajeily fhall receive a Subfidy ot' *$oooO Crowns11but that this Vurti (hail be redt^e'd to 150000, when the Troops are actually taken into the Service ot Great Britain. V. That the Exuraor-dinarics of thefe Troops, and the Aleflpd of recruiting them, Hall be regulated by the Treaty 0/1701.  VI. TiMLtib Bri-Uonick Msjelty may employ thefe Troops where he thinks/ proper, except in Italy or 00 the Sea'.  VII. That in cafe his Uritannick Majcdy'lhould haveOctafioiito employ thefcTrpops, and Denmark Ihould be atuck'd, his Britannkk Maje|ry will fend them back, and affift moreover with fuch a Number of his awn Forces, both by Sea and Land, as (hall be fuffident in the Exigence.  That vict voja, in cafe Great Britain QtouVd be atuck'd, his DanMh Majefty will employ fail whole Force, if neccffjry, by Sea and Land, bat tint rJwSabjeAs of Denmark ftudl prctenre, in the Court* of the preknc War, the Liberty of a free Commerce in France anl clfewbere, in the fame manner as in time of Peace.  VIII. That theExccuticn of the Coadittonsof this Alliance IhaU take Place in allCata, where one or other of the Contradiog Parties is atuck'd without being, the AggrelTar.  IX. That this Treaty be for three Yean. And, X. That the Ratification be ejtchaog'4 in two Months after the Sigtung. The Deputies of the Ckf of Hamburgh have mide their Propofals to his Danifh Majefty,' and 'to al&irVl that their Affairs are in, a ready way ot Accommodation. . They write from Naples, that 3306 of the Imperial Troops late in Garrifon at Capua, deferted in their March; to the Sea-' fide; the rclt embark'd at Manfredonia, and are faiTd for Triette : they were 5600 when they evacuated Capua. We learn from Peterlburg, that they have difcover'd in the Southern parts of Ruffia, towards Perfia and the Mogul'* Country, Min.es abounding with fuch Quantities of Gold, Silver and Diamonds, that tury expect to Ice no Ids than a Golden Age there.      v We have an Account from Middelbourg in Zealand, chat the Flying Stag, and the Anne-Katberine, two fine large Ships", and with a rich Freight in the Dutch Eatt-Indta-Compaoy's Service, fail'd out of tttat Port oa Thurfoay (e'nnrght ; but tbe firft foon after {truck upon a Bank ot Sand, and fank to the bottom with all her Crew; the latter foUow'd, and being forced along with the Tide, and unable to difengage berfetf, as 'twas low Water^ flruck upon the tame Bank, and was likewife k^wl^hlM~ncrCrew,  'iheCompany**Stock is tain five per the Emperor : Sir, VlltMyou, fayt lis Einiucncc, ~*T* **iat Monty be will ufa-i a Moitgag? of bit Ptwiixtt in ' ^ Jt^an^i-. Our Coirduondentirukes no mention ot Mr. y**�5?"* Reply j but wc doubt not the Dutchman laugh'd awSlcctf?, t� think what a fine Scheme was Itid (or comix.1-encril to ihe Alternative of a peipciwtl Ncu-****}�� or the Riikotlofing their Monry whenever Fiance was ^eaVd. Trraty lately m\dc between Uiis Crown and thnr, of ; 2T*luit� ** w�d"to cenfilt of t g 11 Iroari tlie I'arlisment Forces in 1647.   The Mother of it.c hie Sir Chailcs was Sitter to Ttoinas late Marijuii of Wharton.  Sir Charles reprcfcnteJ the County of Monmouth in the hilt F�rlLuncnt of Queen Anne, and that of Glamorgan in evi-ry Parliament fincc, except the prctioi. He died uuntarry'd, and lelt only one Stthrx, the Lady 1'yrite of IlallfweU. Veflerday died in/^t. Andrew and St. George'* Workhoufe in Little Gray's bm-Lase, Mary Dennis, a Penuoarr thete, in the to6th Ycar^fyher Ate, and enfoy'd her Seme* to the very laR.        /  ( ___________  ^ppiifcfed bjr cite refpeftive Judge* for tbe Leat- Aflizta./   MIDLAND- CIRCUIT. , . Mr. Juilice fag* and Mr. Juflice Denton; .orthampton, TuefoUy March 4. at Northampton. Rutland, Friday March*, at Oakham.        . Lincoln, Monday March 10. atjthc Caflle of Lincoln. City of Lincoln, the fame Day at the CaMr. Nu:mgbam, Friday March 14, at Nottingham. Town of Nottingham, Saturday March ij, attkTowB. Derby; Tuetday March 18, at Drrby. _Ldeerter, Friday March it, at the Caflle. Borough of Leicefter, Sttordair March zi, at tr�Bor�o|hi City ot Covvn�, Tucfilay March ij, at thekaidCity. Warwick, iSime Day at Warwick. OXFiORD. CIRCUIT. Mr. Jufhce Fottefcue-AUad and Mr. jullice Lef. Berks; MojMlay March 3, at Reading. t Oxford, Wednefday March c, at Oalord. GkwceAer, Saturday Mirch 8; at Gloucefler. -City of Glouceflcr, the tame Day at tha City. ,. Mcanrtouth, Thurtday March i), atMomnoutb. Hetcford, Saturday March 15, at Hereford. Salop, Thurfday March *Q, at Shrewfbury. Suffbrd, Tueflay March 2$, at Stafiord.   . Worceller, Saturday March 19, at WorceRcr. City ot Worceller, the fame Day at the City. N OR FOLK. - CIRCUIT. Lord Chief Baron Reynolds and Mr. Baron Carter. Bucks. Monday March}, at Ay Irlbury. Bedford, Thurtday Marco 6, at BedfotJ. Huntington, Saturday March 8, at Huntington. Cambridge, Monday March 10, at theXallle. Norfolk, Thurfdiy March 13, at Thctford. Suffolk, Monday March 17, at St. EdmundVbdry.  . To be continu'd in our next. Toi* Evening will be pcrtorm'd. At the Thbatrb Rorxt in CoriNT-GakDii, The Oriaa of ARIODANTB. Ac tbe FaBMCit Thkatzk in the IIat^Makkkt* GUSTAVE VASA, &c.  At tbe Tm iatii Roy at In D a V *t - La 11 *, iiog*4CHARD HI. with Colomsini CouaT��Ait. Ac the N aw Tu iats 1 in GoodmanVFiilv*, CATO^ with furiTBR^ and 10.-_______ ..... --vJirrr.fr.p  lf 5>- V       #�       |1 mm        v        ^ r        _- . John Arkoll the younger, of Stone in tbaCouaty of Stafford, Mercer and Chapman. John Comings, late of Paul's Wharf, London, Dealer toy Com and Coal*. William Haynes, ol Fleet-flreer, London, Ironmonger. Thomas Prentice, of (he Parifh of St. MaryMafdalcn Ber-mondiey in the County of Surry, Tanner,   . '   - Cbarlc* Rogers, late of Wcli-Cloic-Square in the County ot MiJdlefex. Merchant. . Yetteraay bams &tec* was 139 c 8ths. lndii 145 1 fitTC SouttuSca Trading Soxk 83 1 half. Old Annuiuet 105 j 4ths- Ditto New Annuities 104 5 Hths, 104 1 half. Thrco per Cent. Annuity 93 1 8th. Million Bank 108. African zo. York-Buildings 4. Royal Aflurance 96. London At finance iz r 8th. New Bank Circulation 5I. Prem. South-Sea Bond* 3I. 14*. a 15*. Pran. India ditto 4L is.-a zs. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto zl, 5*. l'l*ns. Eng. lith Copper zl. Wdfls ditto Books (hut. Bait Tallin z 3 4th* per Cent. Prem. '  --------- rHE Annual Feaft of the SONS of the CLERGY will 6, hrU at hUi^nt^tanHmU tm ThrtaJnuJU-flttit on Tburflay the \ yb Idlawt*      - 77fjtr// may bt bad at tbt following Coffctbmfti, viz..tit Cbaflcr and Child't im St. Paul's Cburfh-yatJ^'M, in Ctru-bill, tbt Raiubtrw mar Tern fie bar t tbt Btdfird im C+vfBtgardtm, Gra/i-I**-CsJ(tbtvft mtar Graf i-In* gat* in IJMitn, tot Guildhalt Ctffabtmji, WiWt Mar Lime Jit Ikm ba(k Gat,, and Oliver'1 by iVefiminjltr-hallgatt,"and at th* /itl/muemTawrm imCbtaffid*. if. B. Strwardi art frmvidtd far tbt Tt*r tmfming. Before the Service tbe Overture of Either. Mr. Handel's Tc Drum in A-re. His Jubilate t the Coronation Anthem, God Savi tbt Kitg $ and after Sermon, a New Anthem by Dr. Green wiU bo V orally awl Inltrumcntally perform'd. lioft ?trf�Ki 
                            

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