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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 10, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The  Daily Adyertifef. MONDAY,M a nfttt  io, 1734. I)M Satnrdaf arrived a Mail from Holland, and fittrJaj one from Frame and two from&anders. *9 Paris, March 7. V Lord Waldqjravr, hit Britannick Majetty'a Ambaffador, goes this Day to Varfrilles with Mr. Vanhovey the Dutch Ambaffador, in order to have a Conference with the Minifters of State, on the Subject of the new Plan ol Pacification lately communicated by the Maritime Powers to the Princes at War. People are of different Opinions concerning the Succefr of this Some are perfuaded that a Sutjpenfton of Arms will livitt after I^Stint Step, and that a general Accommodation will fol-Jiwfai after. They regard, as a very favourable Symptom, atattaecccarog the Caxnpain in Germany teems provifionally frM a Month later this .Year than the lair, the general QfarsBOt pnrpofing to repair to Stralburg before the ategin-mgd May. 'the Rcoiezvoas- is indeed appointed in Italy ir%eitot April, but it will be impoffible to take the Field froth/, the Country beiog intircly cxhaufted of its Provifion, orhrifcr Man or Horfc, and no Supply poffible but what the {y&fullpiodjce.. * lis computed that the German Cavalry ' to 2000 i tl:ey are nevertbelcfs perpetually in ASa*. aid tattgoe our Troops to Death to watch their Mo-ftTj^Mn hoffl Milan fay, that all Lombardy is in extreme : What with the Highwaymen who inleft the Roads, Zdtabtkc Travellers of all they carry out, and the Soldiers, atedaader them of wfat they left at home. TnJJjfarr* 7- W�i North by, Ealt TheTorrington talSa-HorieMcnof War, and all the OulWard-bound, are tfcdWelward; with Loyal jane, Chandler, for Jamaica j AktLFoftcr, aod Eleanor, Palatton, both for Barbadoes j SSttfl, De Lamate, and the acveland^^J^tchingman. fclfitorCaaiz Remain only His Majcfty's Ships Royal Oak tad Portland. ^LlUmuB 8. Wind North Eaft. Raniain in the Downs, lili�iety'*ShipiKoy�JOakand Portland. YeBcrday came tea aadixikdUiroV John, Seveal, for Sircights.   LONDON. Oar News fiom Poland is by no means favourable to King imnd tat Emperor. According to our laft Advices theooe. General Soanflicbt, who accoropany'd King ^_Jtfi�m his tneaiorable Retreat from Dantzick, had made aaltracddo into his Imperial Majefty's Territories in SiTefia, afuVellcadof 17000 Poles, carrying Fire and Sword where-tier he advancM. This General has a Train of twenty Pieces af Otdaaace, aad threatens to penetrate even to Saxony ; but the Diikeof Saxe Weifftultlls" is gone to meet him with a large Body d'Force*, and was got witnin fix Leagues of him when ale foSt caaae away. The Booty General Stcinfltchtgajn'd in tdnsg the late Convoy going fiomDrddcn 10 Warfaw, amounts �$ot>ooo Fiona, btfedts 56000 Crowns in Species : there an foetal v*lu.>ble things together with the Military Chan-coy; fttkb cootaiu'tl tome Papers of great Importance: TVhe Coaches and fix fiil'd wan Ladies belonging to King AagatWs Court, fell into his Hands at the fame time. The  �ft�� and 1 eiuania; they have carried the Towns of Lifla aadGuga by Storm, and have burnt the vail Magazines which tbeSaiows had at FrauAadt. The Czarina has order'd Count Ifanka to retain inOantly into Poland, to take upen him the Craarnind of ber Army, mere. The Governors of Syracufit and Meflina, which are the only taoPlarxsof Suerigth in Sicily, have offcr'd to capitulate t but Ae Spaniards will not let them on any Terms till Don Carlos iiamYd, his Royal Hrghneii having taken a Journey of 600 MikTfcr thefoe Honour of receiving their Submiflion.   The CxrrisfiB of Alefiaa is fo t�iflicL*d for Proviuons, thai the Sol-dim nut be forcM to eat one another, if the Wind fliould not | faawrfbr the In'ani's ipttdyErabatkatian.  AitacSparaudi parpotc to begin their Part of the Ca:npain ilLo3sba!dyu with the Rtdudion of Port Hercule and Ortii tSo, niorder todtar Tuteauy oi the Gem,: "5 I vci.il V'cfll-b asx arm'd at Leghorn with Artilleiy an.* Moit-ij proper for , The CkCcsds being determin'd to befirge the Gcnocfe in 'lrfil, and having nsCannon to do it withal, they have tuken ak Bdb oat of their Cfmci^ei, io aider to i.avc Come calt. Thry wrkrlrom ParL, tf.at \he Curate of St. Sulpice inihat vOtfJaMcatt/daGUJcnluiage of the Virgin Mary, as latgt *o be made for hjs church ; the Pritil juug'iig^ right)) Bat sat Image of that Meuican never want Vcncr^i.on, lit legion go as it_wi!l. .    They writeIrba Co'ptnhagucn, that the King of Denma latfi^icrded tj.e Term he had fet for ccnfilcating the Ilaia . frtgb Slip, and giving them fix Weeks longer, in crdrr ro �ta��a�thew PjStVrtht.es. ~-iCa�Bt Konigl'gg is fct out from Vienna to refume the OSm-l^tadof ticlitptrcJ Army in Lombard)'. ** Tfeterday the Rt^t Rev. the Lord fjifliop of Norwich , Mtch'd before tLsir Mtjeiiies, and the Right hon. the Earl of itubarcajh carrinl tie Sword of State-v Tfce Report 01 John couduiu, Eiq; beiog relapi'd, as i'd in ore ut uue Papers, is mtirely groundkfs, that 109oiinuIr.g to rcouvcr kis Health daily. Her Royal Higlinefs Princefs Amelia has been indflposM with a Cold, but being let Blood, was Yefterday much better. We*ear that a Marriage is concluded, and. will i'petdily be confummatcd, between the Right Hon. the Marquis of Liod-fay� Son and Heir Apparent to his Grace the Duke of Amu-fler, and the Lady Nicol, Relitt of Sir Charles Gunter Nicol, Knight of the Bath. This Day Capt. Goring, Brother to Sir Charles Goring, of SutTex, Bart, being an Officer in the Imperial Army, and who has been here fome time on his private Affairs, will let out on his Return to the Rhine. - The Brother of his Excellency Mr. Hop, the Dutch Refi-dent at this Court, being one ot the Council of State in Holland, has had the Difpofiil of a Price fain to him wotta 6000 Florins a Year, and intended it for his Nephew Mr. Hop, his Excellency's eldeft Son, a fine young Gentleman about 15 Years of Age.; but upon his being nominated, he was found too Young by three Years to be able to take it. The Right Rev. Dr. Bundle, Biflwpof Londonderry,, is dangerpuHy ill.        v. Lady Keys has been dangeroufl/ ill, but was Yeflerday fomethmg better.  On Fridajr laft a Quarrel happen'd at a Coftee-hottfe near St. James's between two Gentlemen of DitlinJUon, but by the Intcrpofition of their Friends, all ill Conferences were happily prevent.d.       ,    , . On Monday laft three Plaiijeren havingfa^ (J^ir^r wtK a: Coachman belongifig to theXord Sidney Beauclcrk, at a Brandy -fhop in Marlborough-row, one of them broke a Cane-Chair to pieces, and diftributing the Sticks to bis Companions, they fell on the Coachman, and beat hinvin.fo mifcrable a manner, that he langui&'d till Friday, and then died. On Saturday the Coroner's Inqueit fitting upon the Body, brought in their Verdia wilful Murder; but the Fellows are fled. Lall Saturday in the Aftcraooti, an elderly Woman, well drefc'd, was unfortunately run over by a Coach in Rupert-Areet, near the Hay-market, and was kili'd upon the Spot. Laft Wcdnefday Morning the Affixes ended at the Town of Hertford, when only one Perfen receiv'd Sentence, of Death, viz. John Smith, for returning from Tranfpo-tation, and fiit_ robbing a Gentleman of Goods to a great Value ; About ten were call for Tranlportation and fixtcen acquitted. Laft Saturday the Aflizes ended at Chelmsford, when the fix following recciv*d Sentence of Death, viz. , Jofeph Gregory, one of the ElTex Gang, for feveral Robbt* Ties, Sec,    ~^       . John Rootham, for Houfebrcaking. 1 Robert Long, for robbing feveral Pcrfons on the Higb-way 1 and for itealing a Gelding. f _j Thomas Sexton, for Houfe-breaking. William Markbam, for Houfe-breaking Lkewite: And Thomas Wclbey, for Theft. Eight were call for Tranlportation, one burnt in the Hand, eleven acquitted, and two dilcnarg'd on Proclamation. Laft Friday Night a Reprieve came to Newgate for John Bcrkfhire, who was appointed for Execution this Day. Two of the Servants of Mr. Lawrence, who was robb'd at Ear.'lbury, for which Fielder, Rofe, and others arc to be executed this Day, having been at Winchester Goal, have fworn that the Perlbn there in Cultody is the Man that raviiVd the Maid, as mention'd in the Sefiions Paper this Day publilYd. Two Gibbets are erected near Edgware, for hangbg the faid Fellows in Chains. Orders have been iflii'd to all the Conflables in the Liberty of Wellminlter to attend the Execution this Day t and there will be likcwife a Party of the Horic-Guards for farther Security. This Evening will be perfbrm'd. At the French Theatre in the Hay-Mabkkt. TARTUFFE, &c. At the Theatre Royal in D a v a r - L* h a, HAMLET, Prince of Denmark. At the Theatre Royal in Co vent - Garden, SHE WOU'D i� SHE COU'D, wich Perseus and Anoromeda. At the New Theatse in GooouanVFTelds, WffllA'v's a R1DDLF. with the Mock Doctor. batur-ay oauK olutK was 14.0 1 4U1. ludu 14a 1 4111. South Sea Trading Stock -82 I 4th. Old Annuiiiet 106 3 a 7 8 tlu. Ditto New Annuities 105 1 half, a 5 8ths, a 3 4ths. Three per Cent. .Annuity 93 1 4th. Million B;i'ik 109. African 20. York-Building 4. Royal Aflii-rance 96. London Aflurance 12 1 hall. New Bank Circu-hticn 61 7s. 6d. Prem. South Sea Bonis 3I. 15s. Prem. India ditto 4I. 9s. Prem.   Three per Cent, ditto zl. 8s. ':- -Iiui;h(h Cooper tl.   Welib ditto Books fhut.  SJt I i.'liw 3 per Cent. Prem.   _. * " Sputh-Sca-Houfc, London^ - /   5 March, 1734-5 Y*1JE Court of Directors of tbe Soutb-Sea-Com- fam pve~Noli(e, that tbe Trautftr-Bwki of lb* Old Soulb-Sca -Inuuilies nxill be Jhut an Tuefdai lb* l Sib Imjlant, intrJfr tv tbe making cut tbe IVarranti fur tL'lhx'ftjtqglJlBlutitjJiu'*! LaJ) Jtiy ruxt, -ivbicb txiU be ready to be JelPber'J and faid t* tbe Propii.tun on FiiJuy tbe z^tb of April: And that lb* faid Tranfer links v.ill be o^ind again on futfd/ty tit ziyb of tbe fam* Month, B  A  N "ft  R  U r T. ...   Mofc* Do Pofto. late rt* tftnlon. Merchant. titga Water ai, U>od\w ttr�fg� ;hu i>�y, at $7 Miiwtee aftern in the fVtorning. African-HouK, 10 March, 17^45.' THIS h to give Notice* that tbe Royafjfruan *   Ctmp**i if Salami trill, e.tftje u S*t*% mt thtir Uvjr r* Leadtnhmijltrft, � Tl^rfihy it* \ $lb l^rnufi- Cleetm Cittttr tt'ttl, eni ^ ._Kdei 1* tie Hair. AT the KlNGJi THEATRE in ihe H.r Mirkrt. TenwttsMtsti* lltn it M^*, Witt hytrigna'd * nco OrttA, esU'4 -J1 G L 1  F EM O. Pit inJ B'�� Kr ht r*t trt^fhw, �tvj no farfau fot� vtrntitdi wHhoat Tkkcti, wh'xh �;:t K: A-E\�"d that p*y, at the OfBttia th*rUr-Mtr> kct, at Half a Cuinct ntK CaBcty 5*. �� Br Hi Mai Vh IVt�'w whttcw   he aimirwa behind the Seeacfc '. The CtUctr will be or*k- *' ti* Suit-Dear, "J Titttlt to it k*d �* th* BtJfwi* Coffn-bmit i� Ceva:-t*r&M, 
                            

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