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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 15, 1834, London, Middlesex                                SATUR D A i,jb bru a r v.. 15V  1^34. Yrfttrday arrived a Mail from France, and another from Flanders. Barcelona, February 4. O (boner were the Tranfports let (ail with the Troops for Italy, but Orders were iflfued to prepare for a new Reinforcement. His Catholick Ma jelly is dttcrmin'd to have an Army next Spring in Lcmbarby little fhort of 3qoco Men : His Quota, as concerted with the o;hcr Allies, amounts to no more than 25OCO. Deal, Feb. 13. WindS. E. The Ixrtvcflcff Man of War fail'd Yeilcrday for the Norc, and the India and other Outward-bound Ships 10 the Welt ward. No Ship in the Downs. LONDON. . They Write from Mantua, that Count Wallis's late Attempt (0 fijtprite the Allies at'Vefcovado, was well concerted, tho' it proVd fucccf lei's. That General had rccciv'd Intelligence \tj one of his Spie.s that the French were bringing thither a , luge Quantity bf Provisions from Panaricio, under no very froag lilcorr, nnd that the Place itfclt was weakly defended, tfhtrtupon he ordcrM a large Party of Horfc to take each a >'oot Soiijicr bcliind hirrj, and to advance in the Dead of the Night towards Vrfcovado ; he ordcr'd likewife a final! Train of field Piece* to accompany them; but the Ways being bad, the Artillery hindreJ the fpecdy Execution of the Defign, and the French drew together upon the Alarm fo large a Body of forces, that the ltnpcrialifls thought proper to reurc ; and not laving Time to bring off their Cannon, they naiPd them up aodieltthcm. The ImpcrmliiTs had lomc Skirrnifhes in their Retreat, arJ made 57 Prifoncrs ; they brought off likewife eight Waggons of wounded Men, amongil whom were loqf their own Officers. The Gn7x:tecr at Pans is extremely angry that the Foreign NewS'Wiitcis pretend to (lacken the Mortality of the Germans in Italy, orpin the Allies under a bad State ot Health. He avers the former have at prcfent 18000 Men fick in the Uantuan ; but as for the latter, they have not one to (peak of. - .Our Latere Vcftetday from France give a pretty Inltance or the Genius of that Nation, in working up Trifles to found like Actions of importance. Our Correspondent talks of a late bloody Sea-Fight, --.runs large Encomiums uponche_r_ hv was Siiter to trie l.adiei vt the Hon. Dixie Windior, Efq; anJ (>�>�.-Chahu, I-McmL>er of Parliament u>r the County ol Iaj.-ui Ycllerday the Lords o' ti.e .A Ju.iraity appoint-d Cap' I-'o kit Trevor to the Comir. , d o 1   Mjjeily' il.ij' i.c Nrwaj!:.  third Rate of 80 Gu; 1 and ^ ,o Men, wiien J,c       lvvom *a  l'trry, h"fcj; 01.. u' i;.e Mttubers of Parliament lor tl.uC'uy, and ShcrUt ol i.oyt.011, it nis Hoate at ;t Mary Axr. Lail Night died unmarried, at his Heuf- at. Bloocr.ibury. John Blocdwcrth, EI4: Yefte'diy al -.\v, t.'iat gave fome Dwrrfion (o t. cj>tcU:or-, happen'd in n.e v.ourt ol RrqjeiU : li.r Menber-. / o iiimi having been fo.::.- time laying their vvifeHcaJs togrt ei .1 e themltlvesabpeal-.tr. according to Cultom, ibe 1.lectio-. . -;i . On Yefterday Mcmiitg; and tae Gcn:lcintn being divided  , ^be l*(biona!j',e Panics, cotld cot agivc wUjm 10 " fide chofe.one'. $ooh af�r thnS�htfia, the two Speaker? began their March, having Alace*. bom before them with great solemnity; but unhappily meeting in the Court of Rciioclb, a Battle began, which fooa became general, and 1 ftreat many broken Heads and bloody No/es feTWw'd, till at length Victory dcc'ar'd herfelf, and the oppofitc Party withdrew, leaving the Conquerors to march btt in Triumph with their Speaker, who was Servant to Lord Noel Somerfet. We heat that Mr. Francifijue, the rartous Harleojuin at the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, who was to have a Benefit on the 24th Inflant, at the Theatre Royal in Ltncoln's-Inn-I'if Ids, bat put it off to the 17 th, by their Majcllies Corn-mand. . ' Tmcrrvu) two Chsrity Strntou will fa frtAcb'd mt lb* Vatijh thtrtb of Gnat St. Hat* tvitbim Bi/heffgttU, fa tbt Btmfk tf 1I.1 Cbildrtn frttutnting St. Etltliurga ; tint in lb* Mahii^ h tbt Rigbl Rtv. Father in Gad tbt Lord Ifi&tp of Cbtprr and that in it* Afitntm fy tb* Rev. Mr, If'eodjvd, tic Mir tf Albal* Uvus London Wall, and Prtbtad ifSalijbwiy. Tomorrow Mo/ping a Charity Strmon iliII bi frratb'd in tbt Partfi Cb'wcb of St. Ola-ve Haft firttt in Cruttbtti-frjart, dy. tbt jtrv. M'- BulUtk, fir tbt Bntjlt of i20 Clsirj^y'Cbildrtn t>f Tanxtr Witrd. N. B. 81. Cbildrtn bav* bien fat Apprentice} to Tiadn. 56 Btyi put to Sta-Strviee. 671 Out of both Schools providedfor by tbt'tr Fritndt. 120 ATdcu i� tbt Schools. 928 Sermon* on /bit Oceafivrrtrt but once a 1'tar. This Evening will be perform'd. At the Kin g'i-Th �atr b in the Hay-Max k et, The New Opera of POLIFEMO. At the Theatre Royal in Diwiy-Lah i( The WAY of the WORLD, with the Devil to Pay At the Theatre Royal in  Covent - Gardes, ABRAMULE, with Perseus and Axdromeoa. At the New Theatre in Goouman's-F"isip*, King LEAR, with Jupiter and lo.__ High Water at London-Bridge this Day. at   1 Minute after 4 in the Morning, and 17 after 4 in the Afternoon. Yeiteruay oanit Stocit was 139 1 half, a 3 41ns. India 145, \ 14c t half, a 6. South-Sea 'trading Stock 81 3 4ths, Si 1 8tb, a 1 4th. Old Annuiria 1063 8th*. Ditto (view An-nuitiei 10;. Three per Cent. Annuity 93, 92 3 4ths. Million Bank 108. African 20. York-Builaings 4. Royal Affu-rance 9; 1 half. London A durance 12 1 4th. New Bank Circulaticn 61. Pretn. Sooth-Sea Bonds 31. 16s. Prem. India ditto 4I. 3 s. 4s. 6s. Prctn. Three per Cent, ditto 2I. Ss. Prem. Eng'ilh Copuer tl. WeUh ditto Books (hut. Salt Tallies 2^8ths per Cent. Prem. ___ Mr Proposals for pmhtikc SuiSCR I PTlOS� THE HISTORY of .the OTHMAtt E M PI RE, tfrilrm erigittalh in Lttiw, hi DEMETRIUS CANTKMtR,. Late Prince cf Moldavia* Traftfj>�4 uKornjitth, frecn th� *ot.:or"� o�a M*mrftop�. (CiijUewsii CMed bf h-� Son, e*nwc? ANTtOCttUS CANTBMI*. Min���t r!e:l{>rt.�iiiirf frcm het Itrpcnal Ha^lir of Unfcuvf lo bit fttfto* Mikity Rnfi Cftj-sp) by N.  T I N D A L.   M. A. n.-ar of Great ff'jltbam i*FJr.x.     ______...... TTi*i Hi'torv i� t*ic rouTt tii'>emick sec tnovt. being cetnpileJ iron x\r KccorA ia :te Lthtn of tie &erog,Uo  ;c4 bf :M Cbtf;�ui Aoitvijthrrt' IgnVa^e of Orteott) leamiog SBiHifiDty. The WJ�o?t-      t>e Compi'eJ .�i one Vulome in Folio. A4>trti �nb ifv HtJdi cf tbt Otbma* fmtcrort,>tf pi*eoifr*�x. raiiuej Copies taken ftsm Oti^mMi m tb* Grand Sffrir't Mac*,. ai.d taied b| it* Author with fc�c�t DiiScoliy. as is rcUteJ lo h� Annota'iws. Tne Price to  i�� Woth llavirf few (bo* Time in (he PtcU. will tvfia to twpDb'iOk'd it trtafttfepi fis tbwtt iad a Mci4 for Ore thitlii-f, on Satur.:af lb* iyh of Klaith n�tv. Sub' o� are :alien n by Jtise\ John ac4 rwl Kniprvn, it It* Crown in Lntff 1 fr-tlteer. n. r. n* XantvTM wtJ bt /.at to j'ttk Gtniltmm thof.o *t art pltjfti to f^md in that b'jifi._ _�_ Fji      C   A   L The   Mary S, A   I Humphrey Gilbic, Commander, '^AIJLS onTuel'duy next, now O ty'Mtst HwOydown-ChaintotakelaCotxIa �a  r�(Tc< �e l* with 00 ik* Uu<(h W� k al tllbange Tun. . lh� AmltcidlDt Caffich �-die, or at ibe Kfd Lyon and ton, to-tt nr*r the RojjI Bscluege 1 ��d st MUhatl IilioJ*� ar the ryScrbrar l'o rc rime; ifc� Atn* Itcrdam CoffnU>ure. of at iht Red Lyo� omi Suo, in Swiiliin't-allctr pc.t the Royal EtthasfCI sad at atiducl Uiaod', al lh� tft/f fowcr-Uotk. _John Twyman for the MaJUr. On IVcdnefday ibe \t)tb Injlanb, at Eleven in the Morning, will begin ACourfe of Mechanical and Experimental Phi phy 1 in whiih {fctfidc theofmlCipfritneas   n>>, in � better atii iruei m�''o*r than ba* rrer ye f� �l ifec Expelluunt. m-iy be U�J, anl subt'cripthMS L- ' -   [^.kfjjitr, �i ,he O'obc opJvGis Mr. Stand's, hit M�plt�%O^lt* ; and Mr. Ciio�ct'�, ^urrtou, us A'entwA, Fith. 15, 1734- To, the Freemen and Freeholder* of the City and County of Norwich. Centlemen, s   1   - - - '    ^------ ' - ---  ....... for the faid City, in the nam of Waller Bacon, Efji dutas'd, your Vote and Inter ep art dtfird, bp Your moll obUg'd humble Servant, '____MILES BRANTH WAYT. AT the King's Theatre ih the Hay-Market, on Monday ucai, ihc 17th li^laot, �iil be A BALL. Tlting the lafi tint Seafcn. Tickets will be dcliircrM to the aubfenbers au Monday netr, at While's Ctiocuiatc-boula 10 Mr jjaie.'s (tccei. Strirt Orders a'e (.l.xn nor lo de'itcr asy DJtilcs and Gbflcs from die Sidc-Boud�, aod to fhutihcm upeady. No Perfons whatever cao be admit iei to tec the ituulc before iSc Dall begins. . if �ny Subfcriber, or others, ba�cany TitkeiS lo fparc, they arc de-fir'd noi 10 t,i>e them I o ihei' ScTfJuis, but 10 lei-d incm w ihe Otficc in tl.e Hay-Market, where tbe Moocy Ihcy cell lhall b:ic ui"'d, aiy TicDg htfoie 9 o'clock, to prefect tl.tir fatlioi: jnwba�t Hand*. AT  the KING'S THEATRE   111  ihc ** Hay-Market, ibis Day, being the ijth ol Fcbruaiy, be perfoHn'd a rc� oi'bHA. cali'd P  O   L I   F  E   M   O. Pit and IU>i� tu be put together, and o l'eil-.n� to te admit'ed wiihlut Tickers, which will be dci1*cr'd il>it Llji, ai ibe Utfi-e lu the Hay-M�ikct, at hall a Guinea cadi-   Gallciy ^ �. By bis Ma] e stt'i Command, .. No rerfous oliatercr co-be admitted betiiod cue Scenes. To begin at Six o* Clock. ^_ Never   Aded   before. By lie Company of Frencb Comedians, AT the New Thcarre in the Hay-Market, on Monday text, the 17th InlUat, wtl. b= a<*tcu a ocv C^scdy, "IU   Le  Prince TRAVEST Y 10 I.'Illuflxe Avanturicr : v   h, an   Innocent Traytor. huh �-ili be *-. (.ix'cau. etf. LI'^ ! T in, xlic Seat of a Hackney Coach, J rl-jt t.^li up a Ocnlleinao and lady in Cir.icxIiLfth flfcst o. .V mdjf U!t, t.t r ..cen f!,e M on ul It arid 12. * 1 c.rr)'d :l*tn io o (iJ-tn lirc-t, L.r.colo'i Inn fields, and fr'^ni 'l.rr.tc, afier . lii.rl S;�y. tai!> in u ilic Ci y, ar.d let Micro down o%er-*g�ir.li he u�   ; i i *.> brcjjl) i.ull .� Apton } ditto Camb'xk ', tw . Cjtljb.ua i'wVmhOMm\iHW*  at Mr. Scots Si D tn't4,-� church, Fleei-llreri ; ciarj; rx.r $:. aos'a U,urc!i, Sjtso f.^^r'lcrdiel >t tafcro ofct-agai || S:, Clemen.'� Church in lie Strtt. 10 ahsStraitd. a>d at ftc academy m Oitostkh. N. g. Ti:eSiewardnlcG e itc UeuOcincn < c Sth >l Mar�.h i(,�r t r j,, t l'i"� fiji. may I* mad*. 1" HE Gentleman who had the Benefit on wednefdiy Ni�h: tail, n t':� Ihcairc &t>yal in Lincolp't-loa* t-ic^Ji. be ft ka,c 10 allure tl.c kin' ArKKCCe Ihtu prctcnt. ifiai ii �S> htaMitluaiunc, not Lis Fault, thai m, Sotii. was n.>: l *i,j picali to fc..)     the S o.    _ T"HIS is todtiire all the Bond-Creditors of Mr Nathan t'nktn,p. Cent. decca�'d, Isicof tctl�r lane, Hcet-Krfet, �o meel at FutuClu n ihe a l\ei i.oon, al !iis TcnSpiC IU-chac�;  uu(tai.'� C "Ojcii, r'eet-fl/rct, co Wcd-i\ihif 'he  J>-la I .ilat t. -.ovmti rr ul prepci Mcltloda 10 tc take*:) fur iheRcC aeiytl ;hti< |jII IJc* �.__________________ OS T, fuppos'd to be dropc in a Hfackncy . c*^ch �o.*^�iti4iMr.|*fl� feM'W.tfc..my^m^i^i .#s4M*^.�"i_r-;: llrtet. Sf. Jainrsi. a la fee tui^a-t f-: lu a Hiuft, a lu.L intuuitaftO a pa'e Yell--, at�K_ I J Ci-atns w�i(ai, fety lo.cad. W .Voeiar hao loO^l n, a 'J �.. t-:i dtnri h f.iV." I ctci C au�cl, Jc�c  t.e O uuii 11 E�oa4 litre:, ccar il.c tUy�l _�tunaj.-, Ihall tta<� Fiftcct- CiL.i.rli Kc-a'd. and c  Qy:l!i,r.� a>a'd i or II Ifcr'd IJ bO pav>'j � til 'l. pur  t. Vthf tttr-be*_#.**t -ia.X.Jf.Cf.*~-fi1-" 'jiz     CoiUu   !i_U lecture at Ifaar Ka' ball at Om ea He �Tail!"V"�3'B'*,,l^eW^�a�-'4.-................ N B. N.->a:re.tc   Nttii - will be  ff r'd.           - ���..... O S T, a Mediterranean Pals belonging to l_k. ]yf" Nj-el'.. Mailer.   Wr,ue�er hat i^u-d it, it c- Mr. N it, � .id llicct, ocair 'Aajvutf Cha|Ml, Ca-er-�, at itar biVc in ltca.i-a.lcy. ihil) had** kc-a'd.      a-j '^-I'-i'  -k'J, it ki. ( ut t.uUk tvt iw L tr.e An v. i'.l   tilUj � r tu       J ti F-�r -..alla-aji tii; '>a   tl_ OTKAY'D atx>ut  the 7:it or Kih Inlhtnt, tinsn 'A- a'hatn-Crcc- 10 i'.(f iiii) -i F j'Iimd. t' re: ttai.k spaatel Varfx-. \� � l> f < a i * t t":, ' : jI tl' lam: Li.tcc. �h,v: \ Moclha o'd, a-J'i-ir Tail irc�_ ... . a :  exoe^a. N el. 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