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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 11, 1834, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAY, Inarch   ii, im. ON  DON. KSTERDAY anVcJaMail fit** Holland. They write from Viaroa, that the German Officers were ordered id repair immediately to their Refjueeats on the Rhine, bat that Prince Eofeae had put eff hit Departure, ia order to wait the Succefi ot the new Plan. The Sums which the Emperor has drawn together to defray the Expeoce of the fjyawam. amount to 28 Millions of Florins, via, 17 from the }|eie$ts7y Countries, 3 by the Produce of dae Opstation-Tax, and 2 borrov/d of the Merchants in B landers, j of thole ja England and j in Holland. $oaie Accounts fay, that the Turks have made a fccond Ir-natiaaepon the Emperor's Territories, and laid the Inhabitants JjfaCoatributiot). They write frcro Coofl�ntinnple� that iBcla^eriii MiniAer at the Porte having dema racks! of the Vi ajtt the Reafons for the Armaments in Bcrfhia, that Mtai&er ntffi, '*7bat be btlityj the Grand Signior defigo'd thofe > ba made ate of k cafe ^Troops only as aCorpsdcRcfcrve, to �* of Neceflity; and that be ttltevd his Soblitne Highness � *oM otver break with the Emperor as long as his Imperial m Majttty, by biraielf or Allies, offo'd 00 Cade of Difguft to � Ottoman Porte. ** This Anfwer, it seems, appears! so in|Uii^thatMr/i'ahlaBand * mtheaew Project ofaVace, bat my pofibly their Seoassshs ,�* aay come to them by the time the Couriers return: Tie at haft certain, that they w31 not declare thesafehrea percmp-Vmnly till the Senfc of their Allies has been taken on use "Oocafion. Thb Plana laid to be propoW, not as a Thing * to be fonfd upon the Powers at Variance, bat as a proper "jbnkation to bring tl^ together in a Congress, tocaaagc man to a Suipeniion of Arms, and to serve as * Baits tor > ssturctiepciations; ao AuxaOsiiaodajrjaa bcia^ ** withoat Hating the Demands of tba�e, theCbnottuoas of "others, and efiablifiitng a Standard whereby to resettle the ** Eqml&iurnpt Power: It would be likewise impo&bka) M hav the soft Voice of Peacr, unkfi the Months of the Can � boo could be ftril Sept. Frdh Orders have been iuntt lately " to sD the Sea-Ports, to hasten the Equipment of the Fleet, M which, 4to laid, vriil coniift of 60 Sail of Ships i and ac-** cording to all Appearance the Court b determm*d, irajcaki >-4heftaor don nr take Place, aa exert their atanot Force in the enhung Campain." We learn Irons tne Rhine, vat the Germans are in inch )ugh Spirits there, that in&ead of keeping apna the Defehfivt. they threaten to penetrate into the French Territories, and hareslitaJy bnt Letters of Contribution iatt Aljaoc t to which the Tnhabiums anfwer'd pleasamly enough, ibmi tbtj tsert tt*b H ft alt Dcmamli, vbfwrver tbt Imfexiahp JbimU tkiak frtftr A) em* t� naiat tbtm. Preparations are aatlnag far onuniog 50000 hlen between   the 20th oi Match. 17323 i the MdaaaJ left the Downs the 28th of February. 1731-2, ana *eUeckerthc3dof Much, 1732-3. _ Andrew Wilkifon, Eiq; u chcieu Membsr for Alitwrough n Yorkflutc, in the toout oi the rion. Mr. Pelham, wfao Las *wie his Election for the County of Sutlex. Laft Saturday a nilv Co.-nsmfLac of the Peace for the County �f Surry pa�*d the Great Seal Ou Sunday died in hUidcn-Iane, Covent garden. Sit John Sufidd, Knt The bote. Night died at Mile aA, Cape, John Biowa. for avrly a Cotamander in the hift-luJa-Coupany'* Servicr, *ttkat�uChar�aer. . -rTh* RSht Ho� �*cn wy�>�*. F-^ Lkwtenant General f.T hlajefty Forces ia Irdaul. ana Colond of the Royal Dragoons, is made Goteriior ot Deny, in the room of ^LardSaaoy, Liuly deceas'd. . _^*T*1*1 of the Rcauits which wcie lately feet over to Ire-nad, have beendetcaed, puniCt'd. and j:fdaig*d hii Majei/'s for (wcaiing dtemsclvo l.uguiLiucn and PictcJiancs, w"e* "P0*1 Eaaminarion they ptov'j to be the tosuruy. �,�*� daily Acoau&a Ircm Wai*ick, and tl* piincipal � �b�t Cnuniy. of ccatina'd Rt^uicogj th�e lor the saana �f the rw� Mr� Archcrf. the preicot Members for the >� Warwick, whofc Fat^ hid the Honour of rcprc- , ,  latter by abooathree Hories lengths.   , On WaaHstfisy laft tbt Affixes ended at Aylefbuty for the Cpunrf of asatks, wbea two Makfaftart recejv'd Sentence oil Death, via. Mary Chandler far robbing her Matter of 71, tos. aad two Gold Rings i and Philip Thomas upon two Indidatcttts for Horfe-fteaUag {.one Man was burnt in the (land for Sealing Fowls, aad four were acquitted. Before L the judge left the Town he was pkas'd to reprieve the Woman, 1 but order'd the Man for Execution.. Am Oitftrfmnfi at tbt GafiU eftublin 0* hit MtapMt Birth-Da*: tht Words ty tbt Ri+*M. PiUi^tOM, M. A, Krai. \7"U Silver-toijgu'd Pierian Qniw, 1 Who fWeetly fttikt tbt GokUa Lyre, Aad warble, in ctteftiaJ Ain +'-i!.ci, jnJ ool'eiljiu to besJmiltad without T-clutt, which will be ttiiv D*y, attswOAceiji th�li�y-M4Jr- La, ti H*U 4 Guj   t*ch.  G�lkiy ,�. By bit Majbsty'/ Cmmani, Ftr tbt Benefit *f        CARLO BROSCftf FARINELLO. At the KING'S THEATRE in the H�yt market,  iy the i lib ImUnr, w�� be ircfcntfil a aewaCk�wa�; tati The MAN of TASTE. The M*n  SiJc-Boxej. HUcn Ticlcrrj 10 be hod at the WiAjm Cwk':, fti-keejiei, m taw I'alljtr ru the Ti�aue. Buxu. 5,.    Pit ji.    Ftrft CalSery K    Vpft� CaUay It. To begin at Six dC/aib. Jbis Day wilt begin AComplete Private COURSE of Human A.-* a tomy, with all the Principal OPERATIONS ta Stft-T.T*rt"�-W *rO�* the-^aafci �.i all \ti ttt^ja IX�aiB wsfl bt c'rji'y tXp!*Ui'J, writh particular0&'er'.it>%> uf Muarfeay. K; A.CHOVET, Surgeon, ( ArJ DtMomrtAro*  f fJkJLt, ta a new ui>j i...itll<: Mcihh4 ; nnx&uy iot ail who   ^e a n%ufcr Pneikc. lii which a fuic Way wilt beuVcwu ta iiia-r u.y .NVttrwctbAet'd. Enquire at Mr. Haidiag't ia Sr. Mj/tj. >-l)^r tot tU Tiat Wr    DERBY, ACoach and fix able Horfcs Jets out OO rbutlJ.iy t&utaiaf ft.m %ck Creyhcus>l-Lua in IXvry-auac, mk.Tt Pl�ce� may be taken at a au>aei�te tVi�. ROP1* from a Watch oo Ifjurfday the 6th Iaftant in the E�<^,aatag toe* at the RtUatto, aacaanall A Pi'.ture, a Mana Head mouaaalja Otis, AiJ�w'4�cvcr hu fjusd �. aad wig br^ the Umt w M^'J~^j27fc.J   

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