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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 8, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advsitifc 7\wm>. -c'-r, _w arrived a Mdil from Holland. Conftantinoplt, March 25.   , 1 N the prefent Diilrcfs of tha Ottoman Empire, no Wonder this Capital it in the utmoll Detraction : but the Mif-fortunc that trTccts it the mod intimately is the Scarcity of Provifionr, the Price of whichls (6 high, that the People of mran Condition are fcarcc able to purchafc Subfillancc. The ill Succefs ol Ihc Perfian War works to powerfully upon the Paffidos of the ia*. thai they lately made an Attunpt to effect a general f^Ljyon, and proceeded Co far ns to fet Fire to the City in �*tf&,tnt puces at omc ; but the Vigilance of the Grand wocor'd both the FLmes to be extinguilh'd, and the l^rwmrehcnded, which happily put an ind to the Com-^k*I^hcGrandJ%nor nas lincciffued very,feme Or-^neoapinA all PerlonT that ftiali airemble in Companies ^-Kpjjji certain Number j and has ordei'd, that ail the SmiuS Corfte-houfcs be (hut up by Siin-lct: a ftrong Guard Kk^ratraJM the Streets all Night long, and takes up every jneihty meet with who caunot give a good Account of his j^j and Behaviour. Jtofir April zo. The Spaniards continue the Siege of St. Jrkh peat Bravery. On thci ffthat Night the BelicgM* ad-MBca to a Baftion that defends the Mole, in order to fink a Dine under it, but the Garrifon fir'd fo warmly upon them, that they were oblig'd to retire. Laft N ight lomc Volunteers a Sally from the Cattle, and tct Fire to the Fafcines �bkh covers the Spanish Intrenchmchts from the Enemy's drawn; the Confequences, however, was only a fhort Inter-npuonflf the Wcrks, which arc new carry'd up to the vety ftot of the Caille Wall. Don Carlos receives daily the Sub-ftiffioru of various Places of the Kingdom, but 'tis ailur'd that (oth Gatta and Capona arc in a Condition to I.old out feveral MoB.'ta: Count V ifconti the late Viceroy, is got to Baretra, there ft: propoles to form an Army fufHcient to difpoflefs the ft�niaids of their new Aoquifuioru.    He has about 4000 :fjcn with him, and may poiiibly receive 2000 from Sicily, aid 3000 bom 'iridic and Fiume ; where the reft arc to come from we know not. jljttb&n, The Mailer    a VeiTcl arriv'd here from TRrc�onaj relates, ibat the Number of Spamfh Troops deligrr'd fcr a Defcent oi- Sicily, torifitla of icoooFoot and 3000 Korfe He adds, that the laid Troops were the grcuelt Part embark'd irhrn he weigb'd Anchor, and had Orders to fet tail tor Italy M the 25 il> Inllant. Extraiiof a Letter from the U^per Rhine, May 8. ' The French poffefs'J their, u Km on Wednelday la it of the "^Xinesol Muhlberg, without any ReiiJbuicr, Prince Eugene * sot judging it proper to prcferve rhc ijid_l.in.es, feeing they * requif'd at "It-alt 25000 Men to defend thf in.    The 'otion * that Prince Eugene made with 1   A        . aids MunL erg, * wasfokly to facilitate tiu '   u-.u L.i the 12000 Men of the * Circles of Suabia and Franconia which were in tl.ole Lines, 4 and his Highnefc fo well ettetlcd his Intentions,- that toe * Troops, with their .Artillery, Biggige, and i'ro\ ifions, were " brought off without tols.   The larne Day Lis Highncfs re- ' tir'd in good Order to Grabcn, two Leagues above Philip!- * burg, ana on the Morrow march'd to Bruchfal, from whence ' heM come to encamp afObllatt.   The French Army isen- ~* Cimp'd at Graben, but we caunot penetrate into its next ftirtjpfa.' Franifirt, May 8. The French Troops which pak'd tlx Rhine at Manheim, to the Number o! about zcooo Men, have already fummervd the Town and Territories of Hcile Darm-fladt, and the Neighbouring Provinces, to fend their Deputies twhc Array to fettle their Contribatians. They have thrown two Bridges over the Nccker, in order to have a Communication with the Troops that crofi'd the Rhine at Fort Lewis: theft b>ft haw-demolifti'd the Lines at Muhlberg. 'Tis certain, there has been as yet no Action, the Imperialitts having with-d^^?if_^fehTj"froHi thofc Lines before the French took PoflVflionof tbem. .... �?*&g*rl$a)ti. Mis mrtf Chriftrarr MajeftyV Army ad-wacts into the Empire. The MaHbal de Berwick, with the 4��0O Men under his Command, is cnter'd into the Dutchy sf'Wirianberg; ijoooot the fame Troops have crofs'd the N�ker, and polled therofelvcs in the Laudgraviatc of Darm-fl*|t W fuch a Manner as to fecure the Paflageo! Berg Siraffc, wtuch leads to Frankfort. Since the Surrender ol TraerSbach, "f^W* BelOfle has blocWd up Coblentz and the Caftle of p___Tnp^n' W"k ,ntcntion."'a*believ'd, tobefiegc thofc *rioa-Eugene (cenis dctermin'd to continue upon the �^hve till the ArrivaLof the Auxiliary Troops,   'i'hofeof Prince George, are in full March from Coitheiin, ^^ifi^*�fe,Coj�tiog�nt Jjas enter'd the Territory of �f?"        Prmce Iiugenehas caus'd 12000 Men to hie off ^^Fribourg. to take Advantage, as'tis given out, of the N^�R Y �^'hC **renck Army, and make an Attempt upon -.^CTLnTifif i.-But-we- rather tljmk it a Feint to draw the t^n^r"^' U ^evera' Motions"ol that Army fecm to have no wer Drift than 10 cover tl. ir real Purpoies, which we ima-|>r,eare tofUnound the Imperial Army, and prevent its being >^d by the Auxiliaries.   'J'hc Duke de Rich'.ciu i? arrived ' , and the next News we The two Admirals with with en � �4O0o Men before Philipiburg P�lj5. tbathehasinvelltdu. ^ My* Ships remain.- L 0 N  D c N. The Mail which arm-M late lalt Night from France, brings Advice, that the 1 aooo Men which Prmce Eugene deutu d to tUeRlune, had thrice attempted to pals tliat River, b ft��t. N. S. at >�feut, the Count de Mercy crofd the Po, near Miraodaia, *ith 1x000 Germans, and immediately enuench'd themfclves there.   Th� �..�- � � ...... inc. Upon which to Join Uie Grand M A� P?-   lM?***1 ^ Vil,a". W be even with them, * hVrll if ,he Ni8h| of lbe � �h following, near Burgo. *W tnc Mantumn 9nJ r.n:________ n � �   . r - - "* &c��?!2Y*' *faKM�bln>. and drove them under JP^oq^Maniu, . after which the Ma. (halreturn-d Swurd in hand, one half of the Garn!er>, �h.::. t f 600 Men, being flam in the Atiauh. Thcre^xt l^etters in Town from Danttiek, which r.irr.-Ln that eight of the French Tranfpom drop: Anchor the 30 ir-.l N. S. at the Mouth of the Viilub. atul that the fame Night the DantzickcTs made a Sally with 6^eo-:Vim, to give a Di vcrfion to the Ruffiarii whijit the French landed, which took EfrVft, and the Troops arriv'd fofc in th- C ity : l?vst TTorhrr S.illy wai made, the next Night by the new arriv'd l"r^p$, in Conjunclion with the f>.iri:r:ckt r�. ujtiris^h ^ucccf�, that they nail'd up two Mortars, an�l obtaiu'd ether fignal Advanuge over the Mufcovites. The Poll for Members for this City, on ckulng thcUooks lad Night, flood thes : For Mr. Part'ons, Sir John Barnaul. Knt. Mr. Perryj ~. Mr. Wiliimott, n , Mr. Barber, �3�3J 2214. They write from the Hague, that their Royal and Serene HighnelTcs the Prince and Princels of Orange' having tailed from Ajnilerdam on Saturday le'nnight. about Eight o'Clock in the Evening, arriv'd next Morning at Harlingue in Fricf-land. - His Grace the I^rd Primate of Ireland, the Lord Chancellor of that Kingdom, and the Speaker of the Houfc of Commons, are appointed Lords Jufliccs, in the Abfcncc of the Lieutenant Laft Night his Grace the Duke of Dorfct arriv'd at his Houfe at Whitehall from Ireland ; and this Day his Grace will go to Richmond to wait 00 their Majellies. Yefterday at One o'Clock dy'd of the Small Pox, at her Houfe in Albemarle ftreet. the Right Hon Frances lady Guild'ord, Wife to the Right Hon. the Lord Guildioid, and Daughter to .the E*rIof lialli&x. Yefterday No. 18784, 111964. 103356, 6231*. 69167, and 4768; were drawn Prizes of 1001. each. Thomas Lewis, Efq; lately chofen Member of Parliament for Radnor, is not Cleik o� rhe Bills of the Cutlotvs, as we mention'd Ycilerday by Millake, it being Henry tcwis, Efq; his Brother._ ^-''__( I AN* K  R  U~r'T S.......   J Percival Hartt, of Richmond in Sumr. Malfter and Chapmali Thomas Hewitt, late of Uttoxctcf inSuffordthire, Linncndra^r. Ycllcrrlay Bank Stock was 1321 4th, 81313 *th.�. India 37 3 4ths, a 1 ^|lt. South Sea Trading Stock 76, 875 3 4ths. Old Annuities 101 7 8th�. a 1 halt. Ditto New Annuities 101 ^Bths, a 5 Sths.  Tiirrt per Cent. Annuity 01 I 4th. Million Bank 104.1 half African 22. York-Buildings 2,   Royal A durante qo 1 half.   London A durante ii 1 4th. New Bank Circulation 61. Prc.ii. South Sea Bond 20 s. Prem. India ditto 36s. Prem. Three per Cent. 3ttto 12s. Prem. F.nglifli Copper il. ij*. Welfti ditto. Books (hut.   Lottery Tickets cl      __ s i r. London, April 30, 1734. *Y*OUR   Intereft  and Poll   are deftrd for Aldtnr.zn BARBER, your Isttt lerj Mayor, Who was dedar'd to have the Majority in tlie Hall, To bi O.tf of the Reprtftntattvtt of ibii City in tht tnfuing Parliament :   If'bo it itxli ajfUitJ to bii Alajr/.'i Kinf GI o a a e, cur kapfr, Confiitutiou im Cbur  G * o K � c, humejt iUitfirijmt. F*9i4u..0*4.M.mr �*      "�i> and State > of great Exptritme im D^rup.uk and Farcign 'Trad,, a Jhtnusui Prtmmttr of the Ea/t, li'tlja**, **MLKjktS*Jik*jJ*Ztsfj^ amd icbo bat ak*  afferted the Rigbti and L;bt>ttt% of In Fel tmii Subfcis in geKtraT. and the PinitUget of tirii gnat Ctty m particular. Not*, Yefterday t PJl iimi, For Mr. All Perry                           IO43 Mr. Aid. Par fan                        io24. Mr. Aid. Barnard        "              V9t Ribert IViltimitt, �ja; Mr Aid. Barber      _                  634 N. B. The Poll begins this Morning at 9 and ends at 4 q* Clofk in the Afternoon. _t 'fti E  Worthy Liverymen in  lbe Interejl of L    ROB.   W I L L I M 6 T T. E'fr. Mtubaat, Art dtju'd to mtet fczeriulemimiut MtrcLanti and Ctiizrm tin Day, at IO, 12. and 2 ? Clwk, at lbe Slip Tavern la Tbread-mttdlt-Streit, be'ctndtin RoyalExtiar^e, tm order to frutedfrtm tbence to poll at Guildhall. N. B. The Poll will hnaUy be cka'd this Day at 4 o'Clock To  the Worthy Freemen of the City of Coventry. Gentle si eh. ON Tuefday the i^tb Inftant comet on the Election for the City ./COVENTRY, Vot, tati'hatttft *re bmmhtj rtqmtjitd, by Zmr m^fahhUUmbUSavaH, i To :\\c \Vortisy !  Of NTl.�Mf\, WTTIJ the V"4 IX fwrrt Tf'fc �v.:,-.n of ftrrd on gtr, tj p gyxrrrafa r-f-s-^'-rr; T �frir^Ts7t �*-*}'  � tit Pa>ji*>ne\t ,  a'.J >n �: ${'�:r-, ^.ct. :� .(       �vfsf�i/^' ('nhifh   t^e '!'t'(;f Ftvt) i .( >; /"-   ^ /�' tht iVtfintJmt of ly exerting )t"j _/,�''.:.' :� �TV.V,'.'i�f if imfttrtf PntStett and fJf< Prlltrt, totg ce*u**-'* fh* utdtni*-at-i't pftimomit, il-at tbett art many fit*.� Rtj;btp to do.   1 am, -------- Gentlemen, Your moft of'lig'd, and Mtft devoted bumble Servant, .        _R1C H A R D SH F..P P. A RD. To the Worthy Freemen of the City of Coventry. GKNTLiMBN, nruUR Vole and Inttreji are dtftr'd for JOHN    N E A I. C, .   _ ft'h ktt bad th Hommr to bt year Rtfreftnfat'tv* in many latt Patliantnii, utualsmjly ajfeiltd to bp Majtjb KingGmgtt �mr. baffy Cenftituttsn in Citrcb andJSiatt, a Lever ofPt*(t **i 'Vmtf, and rvtr, way eualtfitdfer     important 4 Irntt' N. B. Tbt Ettilion htrtmY on Tne/day the. 14^ fn/iant. _fht_^ Freemen in and abontfbt City ofl^ndoH are dtfir'd rt Bt tbttt I in time.. __'__� ^   , ; - '�" Norwich, March,4, 1734,- To ttte Freeholders and Freemen of fihe City and County of Norwich. fflWEREAS the FJeBionof Members for~ *       the fiid City h �� ftx'd to be en U'tdntfday tht I c/o fnfhtnt, your I'mi and lnttrtft it earf/llf rfqmfttdLlJttadL vot Ivf, all Gentlemen, tfpedall, thoft ivholivt nnutt, VliUin : n gr\t at to impute the Orntjfim of '.perfatal Application, tr'fur**. tiiulir Lttttu, to uu^xvidutU b[fhiul u<, and mt d&anjnxont of Rtfputtn us, ivlxitr l\fin and Ami1tion jt it\ nmiethvoji frail at* .to bave ymr Ejtttm and Approbation, lube art, Gtntlcnien,      --- Yntrmift frith/hi' andcifdum' Srrvantt, ~ K.  WARD.                         -i __M I 1. F. S  BRA NTHWAjfT. 'i Cullom-lloulV, Lo'nUon, eipnt 24, 1734; For SAL F., By Order of the Honourable CommiiTiORers of Mis Majeity's Cuftoms, ON Wednefday the \ltby and Tburfdaylti 9/A tf~r May, 1734. <" 3 �' C/itii in tbe Afternoon, luill bttxfttd toff tie,'by Imbof Candle, in tbe IxngRoom at tbe Cujtom* Hoiijt, Lumdun; a Parcelef Tea and CoJftet Brandy, Rum ami^ Gme-va, .(clear of all Duties) nubi(hatetobefeenatibtXlijjfr~^ IVartbeujt, on Monday ll ti.eai *o Mt* Ao.�.*.*Ul�r, v- OaaJJrintWJFaiWs Tbe*UCr Qr>U -lu>c �7l   Hcward with Tlitnk�. am! ni> Qo^tions a k'm ever Mmlfe li^e Bifjmted, by Mil* Mi!?. AttUt. lbe wl-.u>b)� Mill Mtctrl'i�od Mir�>and}.ai�. Kli IV. Tlie I'.cri..i-. by Moof Valloi* aad J.?i. Ud^u4e Atl V. lbe Milk r-wlDanfe.-. \� Kith  v> lil t :  J^sl.J The   CO N T JRiYvTN C E S. Hofcwcil, Mr Biu.il; A'trlulj, Mfi Kcb i t.ci. Ui(:( to (i||�,,Ja Aod lUt ihe f#ftc will be t� fci"Vf c ry u>b CcK: 1 fit tie fimet mty r* l*ie� at tiC^.e^t C*g.tttufe triple ice tlesiii. 't\     j riatei ,.....--      , e,l...    _ Bqxci, Stage ar.d Balconies, 41-     P't^l* 6d To b�ai� �� Sut jg   

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