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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 11, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advcrtifcr. THURSDAY, April it, 1734. Teller day arriv'd a Mail from France. Paris, April 17. 111IL V write from Mct�, that a Trtin of Artillery is on its Way to the Count de Bclliflc at Treves, and that a Second, confiding of 50 Pieces ol Bartering Cannon of 2 4. Pound Rail, eight Mor tars and 30 Pontoon?, was let out for Tra-rbxuk, to carry on the Siege of that Citadel. From Spain wc fcarn, that hisCa-tholkk Majefty had not only orde;'d n bis Ships of Force to be cquippd, but even all the Gallics The Gallics c* 'm$ Crown arc hkwfe fitting oat at our Van to be commanded by Monficur the Grand Prior, who Whence the rpb Itiltant, in order to put out to Sea. hEw write from Pantzick, that the Mufeovite General faritfcaus'da Detachment of pick'd Men to attack a Poft Ajtojvfr'd the Fort Of Wechlclmcnd, a very rough Scuffle Sa'd which ended after a Struggle of two Hours, with gieat � Ruffians� %vh� wtre �kli�'d t0 rctirc--atrt ^Atfmd> Pt' Prints add, tbat tht Ruffians rt- jfla'ij their Attack tht next Day, cany J tie Plate. Sec Mood*y's Advcrtifcr. The laft letters from Italy advife, that the Maiflial de Villin was advane'd to Colorno upon the Frontiers of Parma, gndon the Banks of the Po ; That the G rot.* of his Army bad oariM the Mantuan by the Seraglio, and rwffeVd thcmlelves ' cf a Poft call'd ,lie R'valla, on the highcit Point of the Lake rf'Mintaa, which tlic Impcrialifts had abandon'd ; but as tbeir Troops are continually augmenting, we expefit every lioatot the News of a vigorous Engagement, and which trithrR^"^ 10 tnc l'atc �* nw>' probably prove a ftdfive Battle. J)tal, April 9. Remain, Namur, Edinburgh, Berwick, Trtncefs Caroline, Grafton, Orford, Hampton Court, Buckingham, Royal-Oak, Captain^ Dreadnought, York, Sunder-fand. Swallow, Kinfale and Norfolk, Men of War. Came --ioMiaiS remain, Henrietta, Biggs, and the Bum Rrver-~M�rcbant� Read, for 'Maryland ; Sarah,1 Taylor,^brixghota.-AmVd, the Samuel, Clark, from New-England. Wind W.S.W. LONDON. Yefttrday wa� held' a General Court of the South-Sea Company, when the State of their Affieneo-Tradc being taken intoCenlideration, The Court came to a Refolution to im-pow�r the Directors to addrefs his Majefty for Leave todif- I_1 poft' ejf "their Right of fending an annual Ship to the South- Stas, and for Licence to treat with fuch Perion* as axe deiircus to purchafe.the fame. His Majefty has been pleasM to declare his prefent Intention |i removing to Richmond on Thurfday next, to continue there fix Weeks; and then to remove to Kenfington, in order to be tieaTat hand in cafe of Exigence. _____ The Princefs Royal, with his Highncfs the Prince of Orange, go at the fame time to rcfide at the Houfe late her RflyalHigiineG's at blew. We are aflur'd that the Time of their Embarkation for Holland is Hill unfix'd. _.'_______^WeiK aflur'd that Orders are gone to Ireland, for finding fix Regiments over hither with all poftible Expedition. We hear that the Parliament will Rife on Wednesday next, and the Monday following be diftblv'd by his Majefty's Proclamation; alio that tht- ne\V Writs will bear T<*//V the fame Day, and be returnable on Monday the 29th of July. We hear that the new Par4amem will tit for the Difpatchof Bufinefjvcry earl) next Winter. ~This TJay bung Maundy-Thurfday, the Lord High Al-moncr, according to anticm Cullom, will diftribuce his M-ijsruj's Royal Bounty in theCh eenfuing EleClicn, iibtib I Stall pad} tadejerve, hi a JltiiJf Adherence to tbe true Inter ij! af art Cezntry, an tci/ij'jd>lt jitarhment to tit Majeftj Kiiig Geokce, axdlfo lit tent bafff Eflabli'&merit. lam, Tixr m;Ji i&fig'd, and DtlMed bmvsble Servant, Richard Shitpard. Borough of Southwaxk, Aprils, 1734 To the Worthy ELECTOR S. Gent Ltuts, TT n 'JL'itb the Advice and hearty Approbation of a g't-it Staxktr tf lit Eltihn, that I have tbe Honour to ctjtr my Seme* ty tepejtr.t ym ib ti Sui.tJ: at the next EieX'iaJthu tttrr is a Difagrttmtit tr' Difvti-xt fubjijU*^ hmttn/Ui, at if iitbtr �U*� it ifo/tut ieh*t Ja/Hee, flat tvt * *t . ii-e bavt trvtn ct,r Wsidt cf llonmtr, $e/t?e A_tar�t Bt*y tf Cititers,/ajftmblrd bere tbii Evening, fmit*a/ly and fiiifO* fullx- to ffjtom, n\* l.srfe tur FirenJi fttry e and F.xaAxtfi, and t� bring gr fend la Hfrt Selw iti'j So utineers, at Mtr> en /.till in Cb. affile i or to bit Mf*/4 in Pater noJter-Ranvi ti) llatifsitsQiffeebeiul} in Co nbill i George*t Cofeebauje rtrr^agattr/l tbe Eti of tbe Ifay marh) % or Cftit* Street Coffee Ixufe entr-againjl Cecil Street in tbe Strand, at fton at titbit, Aceauntt 5/'all Jucb Pirjam at tb*y fited nanfd i* tbe/'aid LSjl, vckofe Volet ate by AH of Parliament iar ttbtnvifk Of fiecb at low nit PolN ttJtm/ibvtt fir Mr, BolVwt h, /ft have been ferftnatcd by etbtet. Of thofe a/jo ivb* bavf ml been tweleet Kaiemler Mtnebj *i tbe Livery. Of tbofe wbo baft not faid their Livttj Finti i or tub* betvi reeeix'd tbe fame, tr any fart of their feud Liverf-Fntl bath again. Of jImU ivbo banje not been duly treinjlated to tht tympany im tabich tl of tbe Rates or 'taxes, to iUricb~iht Citizent of Ltndsn inhabiting therein, art or have been linblt wtlrw tjbe Sfaee vfrtfo Tears before tbe /aid Eteelion. Of furb ivbo -within tbe faid Sfaee of tiiv Tears banUt rrrriVrf any Almi ii.hatjien.fr. " And i)ffuct.< who tho* t.P.rrymen are mt free cf '-/torCrrj.- In order to detect falje Pollei t, that Jufltte may tatt f/.teft and ti fre/trve the Ri^btt and Priiiitegei i Apothecary. Add 1 Pcircc Rolxrt, Lun.ist Stone, In the HatKuiiftitrt. . - . .. ..... Add 2 Vox Charlc", Cbaeomb. Soit-h.tt.ift.n/hirt. i Potion Roger, Cl'eafftde. , In. 1 be |o>ners. Dele Reynolds George, -.vbo foli'd for Mr. Selwitti In the Lcati>er4�ller�< �afflia=r..i'i , AJJ 1 Stcvons Richard, -A'�+ga "ifliect. In the Necdltinake-r*;- Q:h Dean Matthew, Sbaredmb, ivba J^IPJ a Car penttn Add i Fell John, ChiijFs IhfpMl. if Clardcn, April 5, 1734. THE Court of C&tttrmtiee of tbefaid Corporation * give 1 Notice, to all Pe'fint that ba-Vt ptedg'd any Gaodt at their Uuuje on Laurence I''juntney Hill, and txhieb art fi,fitted for -want of Redemption, tbat they may redeem the fame any Tuefi day or 'Ibur/Jay, from ten to one, till "tht itshJaft. intlufiv* | and fueh of them at jbali then remain ~ airredeem'tl, ai.i/1 h immediately put up to Sale. _ ' ____ Advirtijitnuiu in tin Pajpcr of a moderate Length arc taken in at Two Shilling! gacb.
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