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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 22, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advertifer. SATURDAY, March 22, 1734. r. iMnUii1 DeaU March 20. E M A I N, Royal Oak, Portland, Stirling CaMe, and WiMfor Men of War. Came down this Forenoon and �ailed throught Tower Galley, Wing-field, for Gibraltar; Italian Merchant, Carteret, for Leghorn; Tankcrville, Tanner, for Virginia. Wind�Ni E. LONDON. Yefterday arriv'd a Mail from Holland. : The Affair at Madu'd between the Portuguese Minuter and ! AtS�nifl� Court having made a Noife all Europe over, the loUowing Letter was fent to Mr. Keen the Britifh Minifter, to lejranfmittcd to England, as an Anfwer to the Manifesto of lw Excellency M. dc Bclmonte, wliich has been every where ailHh'd.. ��� * Thtfthe extraordinary Circurhfiances which accompanied � tfcc A&it tranfaclcd on the zoth Inftant, by the Minifter * of Portugal and his Servants, are fo well known as to jollify " theRefoluiion bis Maj-fly took the 2ad to apprehend the ** Criminals wherever, found, as was accordingly executed in the Palace 0/ that Minifter; bis Majefty has nevmhelefs commanded me to acquaint your Excellency with the Mo-lives which oblig'd him to this Refolution, that your Excel-�* kney may be convine'd of the Ncccffity there was, confi-* doing the Boldnefs of the Minifter, to have Recourfe to vio-** kot Methods, and jo aflure you at the fame time, that the M King and his Miniltcrs will ob&rve with the utmoft Nicety thei Krgard due to the Characters of Miniflers, refiding here M on the ran of Sovereign Princes. � The publick Attack committed by the Domeflicks of � this Minifter, on the Soldiers and Peace-Officers conduding ** a Fellow to Prilbn, guilty of a mod horrid and inhuman *' Murder, and the relcuing this Pcrfon from the Hands of �* Juftice, under the Walls of the Bum Rttiro, make it evident, �* that they not only arrogate to tbemfelves a Protection of *' Criminals, in Prejudice of the King's Authority, but violate likewife the Peace of his Majefly's refiding Piace,which hath *' been always held (acred, both by Natives and Foreigners, and ** the leaft Violation committed on its Verge, deem'd worthy �* of Death. The Precautiomtnken to place a Spy at the Gate of Alcala, to watch the palling of the Criminal, fcta '? it beyond doubt that the Refcue was premeditated, and as *' ibis Spy actually gave Notice to the Minifter's Family of � the Man's Approach, all the Excufes are taken away which * Actions fudoen and accidental lay claim to. The manner ** in which the Criminal was conduced from the very Gate of . the Palace, with a View to excite a Tomult by means of "his Cms, amidifc a varl Concourfe of People in a publick * Place, expos'd the Sovereignty of the King to publick Dif-" honour, and the Liberty given the Criminal, in taking off " his Irons as loon as he was got within the Minifter's Iloule, M was a plain Contempt of the Authority which put them on. " Thtfe Circumftances left no room for the Sovereign Au-** thoiity of a Kingdom to connive at an Attempt fo dartng, " much leb that fo publick an Affair fliould go without as pub ** lick 0Satisfaction : Neverthelefs this Satiitaclion wasdeten'd **iothe third Day, without the Parties culpable (hewing the * Iraft Mark of Rcmorfej and tho"tis given out that a Letter �* was wrote to the Prclideht of qailille, (which by the way, is ** a very round about Method of applying to the King) yet it is notorious, that the f'r. fijient is fo ill that he can neither receive nqr anfwer Letters *. But fliould any Regard be had co *' the Contents of this Letter, Howdocsitcxculc the Minuter? " He; owns he let Culprit at Liberty, And i� not that plainly *' �Pproving the Conduct of his Servants ? He fays he thrmi * jura out of his Houfe the Moment he knew o� his being in ** it; but "tU well known that he continu'd there thirty Hours *' alter, and was at U-ngth fate conducted to an Afylum. He ^layslhat he turn'd a\v;�y his Footmen , on the contrary they ' we,c.a^ found in his Huufe : So that every Attempt to juiti-"* 'y his Conduct, proves more plainly his Guilt, thus Joigct ** ting the Refpect ilue to a Monarch in his own Court ' In ** for this Reafon that his Majeily is per(u:�dcd your fcxe.-!!?ncy " Will perceive the prell-nt Cale has no Reference to U~ Pi! SH)v_.w*l'cn l'l,g'tives may enjoy an Afylum, " certain Time, in the Houfb of Publick Minilters, cir " Other Liberties which Miniltcrs enjoy " Done at the Paido the 28th of" February. 1755. " D. Jofejb Putlnbo" The Fellow about whom rill this Buttle is made, is lahi 10 be a Relation of one of the Portugucfe Miniller's Doindbtk concern'd in the Rel'cue, and being a Farmer, frrv'd lis Ex CtUency's Stables with I lay and Straw. *Tis pretended like-wife, that being rich, he had bacU'd his Conlanguinity with too Piftoles, and that his Wile laid the Scheme for his Elope, and negotiated it with the Footmen. We have Advice from Poland, that on one hand t[he Ruffian General Bifinaik has defeated ten Companies of Polifh Tjroops, and taken their Leader Prisoner j and on the other, that the Duke of Saxe-Wciflcnfclb having tnarch'd op to the Poles with 1000 Horfe, attacked them, bat had the Misfortune to be beaten, the Enemy cutting 300 of his Men to pieces, difpers'd the reft, and made five Officers Prifoners, together with icveral private Men: the Duke huntblf very narrowly elcap'd. The Electorate of Saxony b under an inexprcfuble Alarm, left the Poles, ftufhd with this little VicTory. ftould attempt to penetrate into that Coantry ; and some Accounts fay, that the Pahtin of Lublin bad aaually detach'd fbme thoufand light Horfe to (mm crbfi the Oder at Groiberg, to pais into Saxony. The Poles give out, that the Marthal of Luxemburg is to command a large Body of die French, to oafs the Rhine, take the Imperialifis onywidtd, penetrate thro* the Empire, and meet their Frknds m Saxony. They write from Berlin, that his ProfEan Majefty having been defir'd by the Imperial Amhaftadortq refufc the Poles a Paffjge through his Dominions, and to send away the French Miniucr from his Court for defiling it; the King fplit the Difference, and granted one half of his Rcqucft, and deny'd the other. Letters from Kofugfbcrg4ay, that the Staniftaifts were under a great CbaOernation upon firtt Sight of the new Plan, but that a Courier which arrir*d toon after from France, fct all matters right again. Thote from Vienna aiTare, that the Emperor had dcclai'd to the Bririfh and Dutch Miniflers, that be lubmrtttd to accept the new Plan, purely to give the Wotlfl an incontcflible Proof of his Readincti to acquiesce in all the Views of the Maritime Powers, andtofliewiusEarneftnefs far reftoring the Tranquility of Europe ; but that be bop'd on the other hand, in cafe the Allies rcios'd to acceed. the Eyes of the Maritime Powers would be open'd, and that they would declare immediately in his Favour, in order to lave the Liberties of Europe. Some Letters from Italy Jay, that Cardinal Alberoni was indefatigable to reconcile the Emperor with Spin, thinking the ptetent a fine Opportunity to revenge tnmfeu upon France, for turning him formerly out of bis Miniftry. They talk at Vsenna, that there is a greater Probability than ever of fecuiiog the Eleclor of Bavaria in die Emperor's Inte-rert, and that a JVliniOrr b actually arriVd there from Munich with a private Cbmmnn lib Imperial. Majefty has order'd the Cattle at Vienna to be repairM and firengtben'd with new Fortificatiom, in order to make hb Refidfnor them, Tomorrow the Court goes into Mourning on occaGon of the Death of the Princess of Denmark, and the Doke of Branfwick-Wc4fenbuttel. The Gentlemen to wear black Cknlhi, black Swords and Bncklcs, plain or frmg"d Linnrn. The Ladies, black Silk or Velvet, black or white Fans* pbm or fring'd Linnen, &c. A great Number of Palatines are going to Philadelphia on board the Mercury, Opt. WilUbn, who has been at Rotterdam to take them on board. Yefterday in the Afternoon died at UUngton, Joseph Bcnibn, Elq; in the 73d Year of hb Age. He was Captain of the lecood Troop of Horie-Gnards in Queen Ann's Reign, and obcain'd Leave to difpofe of hb Com million when the late King came to the Tbrone. On ThurCJay tail a live Worm was extracted from the Leg of a Patient in St. Thomas's Hotpital near a Yard long. The Perfon was a Sailor on board one of the Ships lately rcturn'd from the Eafl lndks. was brought to the Hospital on Wcdnef. day bit, and b ftill in a mdenble Conditiou. 'Tis bcliev'd that thct'; Creatures arc produe'd from certain Animalcula with which the >V u!j�ib, '.' At iU i iiarii Royal in Covent - Garden, -ftfftti)Vi)K'DWIFE; wrdi Flora. At ... :.�.-- 1 if c ati t in Goodman's-Fields, I ; '>.*.> HUSBAND, with Juriraa and lo. Yefterday Bank Stock was 141, for the Opening. India itf 1 athi for the Opening. Scmth-Sea Trading Stock fa 5 8thf4 a 1 half, 'a 3 Aihs, a c 8ths. Old Annuities 107 1 4th, fhf the Opening. Ditto New Annuities 106 1 4th a 3 8thi. Three per Cent. Annuity 9J 3 4ths� Million Bank 109, African 20. York Buildings 4. Royal Aiturartct 97. London AfTurance 12 5 8ths, for the Opening. New Banlt Circulation 61. 101 Prertn South-Sea Bonds 3I. f^i. Prefll. India ditto 4I. its. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto al ia|f Prem. Englifh Copper 2I. WeUh ditto Books fhut. fjall Tallies 3 per Cent. Prem. March 18, 1734. r the Annuitants for Lives of tbi- March 18, THETrullcesfor................ _____v . * Tort- BuilJingi Cmpanj do btrtbj givt ftotkti that tbty bre-houfe In St. Jamrs'i-itreet, N. B. Every Ticket will admit tlUicr oncCentletrua or twa 1 AT the KING'S THEATRE in the Hay-Market, thw Day, being the tad of March, will fag perform'*! an Or �* f, eall'tl __~ ARTAXERSE S. , Pit arid Boxes to be put toee.ther, and rto Perfuni tp be admitted without Tkkets, which will be ddiver'd this Ray, at the Ofilcs in tht Hay-* Market^ at. Half a Guinea each. Oalltry 51. By th Maj a sty'/ Command, No Perbnt to be admitted behind the Seeneii ' : The Gallery will be open'd at Three o'Ckxk, Pit and Bosiei at JFire. Ta'hgi* at Si* o'Cloth. �'. By his MAJESTVs Command, AT the Theatre Royal in, Covcnt-Gardcn-on Wednetiay next, being tht *6th of Msrcb, will bt serfbria'i an l)a ato� 10, cill'd D E B O R A H er. r Pit and Boxes to be put tneethtr, and no Prrfona to ha admitted without : "Tickets, which will be delirer'd that Day, at t he Office in Corent-Oardan* Theatre, at Half a Guinea each. Firft Cillery 414 Vgpr Qtlktf aa. 6a. By Hit MAjtiTir'i Command, No Per font whatever to bo admitted behind th*>$c*nri. A Not Atled tbefe Ten Tears. Fdr the Benefit of Mr. Milwar d.* T the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane", tbU Day tha asd of March, will be rfrlv'd a Trattdy. uU'� * The SIEGE of DAMASCUS. Wrilttn by tb$ latt Mr. Huoh a"'a.'1 VVUh a new P�-crx^e^-�^-hi�>MlMisrav>-< Eumena, Mr. MUU j CaW, Mr. Qoln j Phocyai, Mr. Mlhwrd t Abudab, Mr. W. Mills 1 Daran, Mr. CbfeTHerti�,^Mrrlfcrry | Ar* umon, Mr. TurVutt | Eudocia, Mrs. Heron. To which (by Dcfirc) will be added a Farce of two Arts, cill'd .:tfr i) a r i\ Lcadoc-Bpigr this Day, at z 1 Minutes . M ."asax; and aixr 9 at Night. I bit u lo jiqu'MKt Gentlemen and others TH A T thr lame Pcrfon, late of Ctren-�'*er, bit t� -.fi-l a U:j: H^;cr3 -i on
Walter and Mifi Mann. � A DmnkCT .Pcafint By MocifttarBritit�- .....____ ArU a Minuet (in modern Habiti) by Monl'. Derwyer and Mrs.Walttf, , Servants will be alluw'd iw keep Placet oil the Stage; part of which will be furm'd into Sidc-Boxca. B, Want to �V admitted lilt tt* Boxtl, or itbiod tbt Hctnit, iut if printed Ticirti, ivbicb iviU tt Jelfuer'd at tb* Ttxntri, and at tbt tfldvut \ Cvk'i (l�b
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