London Daily Advertiser, May 6, 1734

London Daily Advertiser

May 06, 1734

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Issue date: Thursday, May 6, 1734

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Years available: 1733 - 1846

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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 6, 1834, London, Middlesex The Adveiiiifcf. MONDAY, May 6, 1734. Mtur lajt arrived the Mails from France and Holland. Danizick, Alfril 28. |N ihc 25th the Ruffians bqj*n in Earnest to cannonade this PLtor, and the following Days, and have the trtmofl Security far their Pofow and Errccts, provided no Perfoa brought with him pore than his own, under Pain of lofing the whose. The Letter oM^oTwtrfcme Threats, that as the City itself ' bid fct tbem'an Example by burning volootirily a Part of its Sctaibt, fo they might depend that the Moment the French Flea sfpeu'd in the Road, the Ruffians would &t Fire to the r*8, wotairely confume them, in order to prevent their Ene-s/t Mining any Lodgment cr Quarter therein, and to re-4st them to take up with the Canopy of Kcmn for their Cnering, as the Troops of her Czarian Majefly had dene for foe Tone, 'Tis thought that the general CctcSernation t&tai&Wd thefe Menaces, would have redoe'd the Magi-jjney to feme ConcdEons to the Ruffians; but all Apprehen-fcwiwert remov'd two Hours after, by the Arrival of a Vessel 6cm the Sound, with Advice that the Socccoissb long expected, ��.fan France, were arriv'd in the Road of Copenhagen, and Mould ten be bete; whereupon a Brigamice has been lent atray to meet then, to learn when and where they prcposd to land, tbta Sally of 8000 Men of thisGarrifba may be made at ds &n�e fame to favour tbem. Frtm tbt Rsjpm Caaf kefire DantxlcL, May 3. Oar heavy Aftiflery bring pafstt the Fiirch-Haff, with haPraSan Ma-jefity'a Penaiffion, was planted on the Batteries, and ready for fkjb^ &� the joUhjIc. bat the Miniflerof that Prince inter-esn^srirh the Count de Mtmkb tofisfpend a fittle longer] n*Banb*idtaent, a Trumpet was once mare fent to Dane-tick, to fumtnc^lhe Magiilrates to furrrndcr. bat he mnrn'd *ithAnl�er, Tbat tbt City ixsas df/fa'dfir aviganas Defiact, -�* fir fi&nilting, and tbat- tbt Rnjpaxs mag&t /recent* at tyibagitfnftr. Whereupon the Fire began the next Mora-fog early, tram a Battery of fix large Mortar-Pieces, and eight Batario of Cannon. We have thrown into the City main t'fcfc three Days, 330 Bomb Shells, weighing from three to tm hnadxed Weight each, aud doubt hoc of the Havcck they �� made by the dil'mal Cries, which we perpetually hear fiom ;t� Inhabitants. ^ Srt&li*iMp 3. The Defeat of the Polifa Army by Ge-jwaJ Ucy is conlirrn'd with.thefc farther ParticBhni that he wbjd about 1000 of them dead on the Spot, andxhat he had **M �ptatNomherof Horfes which the Poles had with �*� for the Service of the French, whom they were in Ex f^etetevc found landed. Our lali Letters from Poland hswuementkiB, that General EHemsr bay rcfto Piece* an Armr of ioooo Poles in the Neighbourhood cfCncaw. Ufe- tbrf^ SertralOiEcers who are aniv'd here iram the Cattle of Traerbach take Notipc, that fa tcrribk a �"* f�n as what the French lately made agxinfl ^yaee, and hadTmJttly rujp'a aO its CaJemates and ^|^W�n Ddfeoces. The Cauk capitulated the xd lodane. T wtitn dleave for its Garrifcn to march out with two Can ww. as many Mortars, five Lcvci'd VVageoca, and the idoal Tw�a.cf War.---- 66 A% 6. The Motion which the Marital de ?a*>ck lately caas'd the French Army to make, was * MaSer^ that General, and the nunn� in whkb it was exx S?"iJP?lte fecew'd the Vigilance *f the Impeml Army. PttfaS*10/ T*1 ^ Imperiafifts were fo animated with tLe p^T* 0 l'*t|r, General, that when they �Eder2ood ttc totK�T " Klir'd�r sfar a in the Afternoon. ^ Saturday Bank Stock was i}t 5 4th�. India 137 t 4th. South-Sfli Trading. Stock 76. Ok) Annuities i 02. Ditto New Annuitiej toaa 1 4W. Thrti par Cent. AmtuHy gi. Million Bank-104 t half. African 22. York-Buitdings s. Royal AlTurapcc 90 i half. London Afluraric*. n 14th. New Bsnk Circulation 61. Prem. Sbuth-Sca Bhndt t L is. Ihem. India d�no il. Prem. Three psr'Cent, ditto 1 os. Prem. Engtiih Copper il. ijs. Welth ditto, Books fliut^ Lottrry Tukets 61. 11 s. London, April 30, 1734. $ I ft ci�all, E/j; , Art dtjVi to met! ffveral tptmtnt Citixtni and IFmtftf^L nun at Mtrcn 1-Hall in Cbiajfidt, /lit Day at ft mnd''ii'^\-t. -- vtrtnnn, and at t inti* Aftertmn, tt psuedfrmtimtui hall tt fJI. � * "j" ( in tbt F*r< tJ Guild: "t' ;

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