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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 3, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertifef. Ifumb. tiff! MONDA Y,-MaIch   3, 1734. Since ear    arrived a Mail from France, and ibrce from Flanders. Berlin,   March   t. |ETTER? from Xrnnl Parts cf Poland ha�t brought a CooSrtnstion of cbe Palatin of Kwria*s hating fubmiticd to King Aogotlo*. with about zooo Men ot the Cram' Army which were under his Command, aod that the remaining part of that Army was gone orer to CoontTaxIo. Other Letters advifr, that the Btlbop of Ccjivia, who had been fent to the (aid Count Tarlo ' vfthttiy adTantagecus Offers, is rcturn'd toWaiiaw without rffeaiugaiiy thing. b i. O N  D O N. Our Advices from Italy mention, that the Gqremorof Mef-�at bad effct'd 10 capitulate, but was refre'd till Doo Carlo*"* Arrival. Compel i'd by a total want of Protifions, he fitted oat a Boat to Gil for Lip.ru to procure a Supply; bat the ungtmeroDS Inhabitants put the Sailors in Arrrft, and fcven of them being foondrobeJjpinifli Defeiters, wete hungup immediately. We karn from Cremcna,, tbat the Dnicnment which Count WaJIrs had pbfted to hinder the Allies teeming Forage from Bologna, bad been obliged to retreat, upon the Advance of a grater Number of the En-my. The imperial Troops having Information that'a Urge Quantity of Prcrifions, pack'd op in C�&5, was naaff erring by Water to the Allies, under Pretence of bring Merchandize conugn'd from one nentral Town to the _ ether, fciz'd thi {out, and condcflrd it to UxfrQoaitcrs as free Tine. They advile from Venice, that the Ccrxoarfe of Foreigners totakepait in the late Ca/naval was as great ascfer, ana the Djrof:   apot)Mi "'Return to Germany. .Weare afaid from the Hague, that Mr. KaHcvcn, their li:^ti AJi^iitktffes Ani'oaflador at ConuaDtinople, has Tent W ^u...i.   'f htir Majctae> In the" Evening there^wr pen'djn a Minu-i witL 'fttir'd abtut i z o'clock. LaftSatcraiv bii Grace ci--Hon-theEarhof GrsntLam p the Lord Hanitigivo, gave _ tftWDay. The fiune Evening the r WmwOftb, Elq; c>pt- Lin.. Oeru oe Dragoocs, siid Otct-�di the Prince of VVa!e% ^> oline, hrr \iaj?ft> by P�c%; teft Of Strafford, being d^' lord Bathura Godfatrrr. * YcAcrday their Majetltr.,  -the Prince of W2! � . t. -. - t nr.. Carolifle, went to the Royal Chapel at St. James'*, where the Lotd Bilhop of Salilbury preach d, and the Right Hon. fhc Earl of Selkirk carried the Sword of State to and t'rom Chapel before hh Majefty. ;" - Laft Friday Richard Dobfon, Gardener to Mr. Njcholfon at Clapham, prelented two Cucnmbers to the King, and his Majrfty was plcafed to order him ten Guineas i , the next Day he made a Prelcnt of two to his Royal HighncS the Prince of Wale*, who was likewife pleas'd to give him a generous Gratuity. ' Laft Saturday died Mr. Nafli, Page of the Prefcnce to his Majrftr.      ' Wc hear that a General Council will be held in a Day or mo, when Mr. Baron Thompfon, Recorder of this City, will attend to make his Report of the fix Malefactors condemn'd in January laft, and alfo of the fourteen condemn'd lalt Week. On Friday a Cwnmiftion pa(i'd the Seals, purivunt to a Fiat from the Right Hon. the Lotd High-Chancellor, to appoint and qualify Matthew Bowles, ol Shaftlbury jn tho County ol Dorset, Efq; a Mailer Extraordinary in hit Maytfty's High Court of Chancery. Oa Thurfday a Motion was. made in the Court of Chancery, todilchargc an Order obtain'd on the laft Seal-Day by Sir Robert Sution^Bart. and Knight of the Bath, Dennis Bond, Efq; Robert Man, Efq; and many othen, Defendants; tsf~* Bill fil'd againft them on the 26th of July lalt, for a bill and particular Account of all the'IVaiifacUonsofjrJic Charitable Corporation ab Origin/, or fincc the firft Infijmfc : The Bill contains 375 Sheets, whereof 113 ShccisuBHftfrcgatory 1 and having been relerr'd. to-a J^laller;'/oiJ|9k Prolixity, and Impntinence, was reported not to Ur*w&MWvy RefpcCt, but entirely Decenary, the Court was -pljJBHt f - ' Ticket*, which wllj be iklivcrM tlurUijr.'jt the OSfiuiatfaerUy-atsr-Itet, it H�W * Guinea each.   Ciliary J*. By bit Maj e sty** Command, No p�*fom wlutcvcr 10 U> adniittol btfrai the Seeats. TU� Gallery will be �pen'a at Thr�e..i>Xluck i Pje ukiBcacsatniaft fa bfgin at Six dCtxk. '. \ .J For the hentfit of Mr. MALTER, ( The Pterot.) ^ By the Company of French Ctmedians* AT the New Theatre in the Hajr Market, chit Day, the \& of March, will be pre&stat  Coniffr, o** '   Le Jcu d'Ahioqr & du Hazard : & *. ����   r .:',, Harlequin Maftcr and~ Man.      , ( The with FRENCH  CUCKOLD. By tb* LI LLI PUT I AflS.      _ To which will be lAfet, Les DEUX ARLEQUINS. ,   IVitb Jevtrnl Entirtainmuntt a/Vamtimg, Particiilirly a new LUliputlia Scutch Dwklv Pljret fur the Box** may le taken at Mr. friftuvf't, MbdtNC %f RilH�-SnuH', at the (M Thcane. . No IV-riuiu "> he aJniltln* into (he Buxr* without Titketi, WkkSl wS0 be OcUv.i'J     the Ibr ol" the Tlicatte it j(. each,  fu j�.   fTtlaij^ 11. 6j. To begin at Six o'Clock. A For the Benefit of Mr. Bosc/kwctr. T the Great Room in Villars-Street, York- . BulUiog% (hit prcfuu MauiUy will be pnrfrxttnl The B K G G A R's OPERA. The Part ul Mach�th by  Mr. B !o�ra j ^Mf �r Jkfai* J^ai 7" xuluet, tf pjrtuuijr Uijut, xitrH ft '"fnf,     , The Opera of F' L O R Jt ftieoaiy. by Mr. BVC-twra j        ^\ U A/jJ 0ic P^r.t of Hub tu le attempted b> � ) *iu� Ofl�tW*u�/~ " %x 4 >.     I*it a �.     wii#) a*i  ^"nr^nyit   

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