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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 9, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advcrtifer. Numb. 1012, THURSDAY, May ^, 1734. Modera, April r\. St- v. |K Wednesday laft a Party cf Militia, to ^ ,4. The King of Sard^travVi here on J^fXat*** � &aall Retime, and Ofll continues here I ^.Ertobe nr?*�* k"**- mofcof "ny Accident to the ^iSSdeViBm. ffii!ajcfly*itioop.arepoftaa3ong jJSorftaeOglbaiJ Adda 10 defend the P*Uage erf tholi Af*t �. The Mantes of the Dirt bint rraffum'd iiiftlifr". which the Holydays had iatorapted for tome ^jwe do not bear that they are come to any Refo!u-- ~ " * 'J fine tune fince before them, for rfcae Roman Months by Way of Advance, in order __jiy die Contingencies of the War. Several of thefc q^^b prfttndicg that they have not as yet receiv'd the ne-^yMredicnj on that Head from their Principals. They t#&anJMaDicb> that the Elector of Bavaria has appointed r^auflaries to vifit his Ocminions, and make an exact Jjiaf a3 che yoacg People therein, �t to bear Ann?, that he b� be cnaHsd to take the eighth Perfao in cafc of Need. Ha EWcral H^gfcnds, in Ccnfcqsence of the Refohrtion be IwbJkb to cbferve a drift Neutrality, keeps a very equal H�i between the French and Imperial Officers that come to tit him: Hb Coantry is liketvtfe eqaally open to both Sides, attach Patty iosnrewc*ccn:e to any Thing they want, pro-b&loSey bnegcot AJcney to pay far it. : jfaktrib, iter ~- Aruacgd ceber Artillery which the ffStim b� reeeii'd at their Camp before Dar.rnck, there BtWoMcnarswhkh weir faa then frcxa Saxony, and which afrdtht Tentaories of the King of Pndlia upon four Carriages fair* exit by fcorPcsl-Hcrib, wkhout being perceiv'd citner rthtfrafianGoternars, or the Cofiom-hoalc Officers. Btmntr, Af/yj. A Nobleman belonging to King Aa-{BfiaftGourt BamvM here fh^JJiefdrB^ and holds frequent fifffomct with the Mtniftcre cf the Regency of this Flecfo-nK; "csrrpotted, that he is come hither to negotiate the Lean if tcrafsdeiahlcSiEXicf Mcacy, fbr the Use of the King his Ibier, aad that he crfers the County of Mansfield in Mort-m for ir. LseattoaEi-Geanal Fonipietin. who commands Sooao Mm which arecow on their march towards the Rhine, RSrt'diLearr from Prince Eagene before he f� out. His f&tfutk took notice of the grand Idea which he had con-cart of the Bravery of the Hanscvcrian Troops, and of the Mcumhemide hiinlelf, that their Behaviour would anfwer '� ^Bbak^h Opinionof them: Hecenjui'd him in the mod fating Terms, tn qaicken hb March with the utmoft Expc-'atao, fir dot the Operations of the Campaign were at a d3 the Arn^ of those Troops, aod the reft of the ^yfit||i|f| Mniam, M*j8. The Afirthal de Berwick having taken .rht^^^^Uaa of MaMberg, advamfd directly into the Caaoy of Ooadacfa: He Julird at CueHruben, and took tf ha JLa%pgmthetame House where the Duke deBevc-ro, tJk Ejaptror*s General, quarter'd not ic Days before. The beach Troops bare had liberty granted them to com-ait vktt Ravages they think proper in the Territory of Bssrbrh, fa aider to depme the imperiaitils of all Sub-^�o^ iacafe Uwy ibx^thmk proper to return thither-      j n&~SBj~f. The two Admirals and the Ships of War-li! Italia. Sk*ce came down and laird, St. jago, Duncllo, fcB3h�i Jo^Bapriila. Haytra, for Cadiz i Draper, Leach, fcrDufciai; Adnntwe, Folkr, for Cork. ~ Wiffl South; L O N  DO N. f SlaAtrt sf tin Lift Parliatsiat. ^ \ Mimitrj Ttihifo* at ibi jami Pltict. * Krtt Mitihrt. Mratbcn chofai (or the eniuing Parliament ^I^w^ CvtKssii, -f- Lcj^ \*rfcoant PilmcrHaa. f Town-�^A.iAiei|!|�.rfil^fc=Djcpa^ PaymalleT of the Forces. Bttam. Hsa. JoaaTa3t*c, Euj; San to the Lord Chancellor. CsrfA. t Hon. Col. Hc*^d 5i4    - f Ha Hylizz. Eiq; 351 A�Bft  --A�*:oEb7. E% 331 * )chaMycit!:on, X Hon. William Finch, I iq; X Sir Wilfrid X Charles Longuc- Cfcitrmmlb. Lawfon. Eajllm:   f F.d\v�rd Trrlawney, F.fq; villc, Eiq; AoditOT to the Queen. Lan.ajltr. J Sir Thomas Lo\vthcr, B.ut. * Robert Fcn-witk. Efq; Livtrpek.   * Thomas Brcreton, Efq: one of the Conimn-froncrs of the Victualling    10-5 * Alderman Gildard, Efq;        ion) Againft f Thomas Bootlc, Efq; 9^v)  Alderman Condjitf, Efq; ">vj - Lytn Rfrit. j Sir Robert Walpolc. X $'r Cuarlcs T�t ner, one of the Tellers of the Exchequer. timceflt tferfTjnt. m Walter Blackctt, Ffq;   < ? } J Ntch. Fen wick, liiq; Againft      f William Carr, Elq;     36J Pntrpt.  -f Sir Richard Mills -74  John Clravereau, Etqj 09 'Againft  Robert Trefufis, fTfq; f Capt. Vernon 28 PortfigbaM, alias JCiJflnv. J Edward Trelawney, Efq;  John Mills, Efq; St. Iva, Cornwall. % Sir Robert Rich, Bart. Groom of the Bed Chamber to his Majefty. * William Mackworth Prade, Efq; TbofirJ. J Sir Edmund Bacon, of Gillingham. * Charles F'itz-Roy, Elq; Trtgovf, Cornwall. X John Goddard, Eiqj one of the Com-milTioncrs for fettling the Merchants Loflcs in Spain.  Henry Penton, Efq; Tmrg.   Robert Trefufis, Efq;   -~ Couttncy, E(<1; H'tltt.   Col. Hamilton, Efq; 138 X Thomas Edwa(ds*~Efiti. 136 Againft f George Speke, Efq j i2j f Col. Peirs 1 26 On Tuefday at ten in the Evening, the Election ended at Chelmsford for the County of ElTex, when the Numbers on the Poll Hood thus, For t Sir Robert Abdy, Bart. 3378 '    "t^ThomasBramtton; Efq; 3056 " Lord Caftkmain 2146 Whereupon the two former were declar'd duly eleftcd. The Poll for Members for this City, on clofmg the Books laft Night, ftopd tfiia : For Mr. Parfons,. � . � � '3      �      -.3739 Mr. Wiltimott,-�......3988 Mr. Barber, -   -.2381 YeftcrJay their Graces the Duke and Dutchcfs of Dorfct waited on their Majdlies at Richmond, and met with a mod gracious Reception. The fame Day his Excellency Count Kinlki, the Imperial Ambaftador, had a private Audience of his Majefty at Rich mond, on an Affair of very great Importance. Alfo the fame Day the Board of Trcafury adjourn"J for three Weeks. Vefterday Capt. Richard Hadcock, lately appointed Comp trollerof the Navy in the Room of Admiral Mighells, was elected one of the elder Brothers of the Trinity Houfe. Laft Tuefday Capt. Cornforth, an Englifhman by. Birth, but Colonel of a Company in the King of PiulhYs Regiment of tall Grenadiers, arriv'd Tiere from Pdtfdam, in order to fettle ms private Affairs; and Ycfterday he was_in.tjoduc'd to his Majelly at Richmond. Vefterday Morning died George Comyns, Efq; at his Houfe in Grofvcnor-ltreet. The fame Day--- Reynolds, Efq; of Chclfca, had the Misfortune to be thrown from his Horfe in Hyde Park, by which Accident he broke one;of his Legs, and diflocated his Collar bone. 1 Ycfterday No. 32311, was drawn a Prize of 10001. No. id No. 1 thcr in Wertrnorehml on Thurfday the *3 of SUv. ar^l %\io of his LorJfhtp's Succcfs.at Newmarket. tSe jt�n�ip*t tnhjiNratts here, out of a ii^C Send* of his Lwdthrp'* t;rrac K�gsrJ f<�r th� Fnterrll of die Nation, and the I lonour tx �.'  hi* CountrVy dillijigutfh'd their /cal and AfuChon ti? t>t\ i^.-titbip it; j v*ty extraordinary manntr : The F.vcn-.ng wa� cetebrauJ with Jar Bvntirvs in fcvCral S:nvf-. ti^ethtt �i:h III Bells, and .u'?v>ut:cTt5 and ringing ol Bells, and Ale,in great Plenty ^iven to the Pera. lice Iroin ditVcrent Houfe.    I'hc Gei;Ui;>tn c>l i:ie '"" 1 own, t^.c "        "   " .frank to the Right I (ct? the L�f Privy Vmhony l.ewthtt.        'S;rJames Le�titer who appcarM in a numcrou* Btxty at tf.c "!*t�n-Cro:�, after repeat-d Healths.   "    "        ----- 10 app i-atd Seal,  the Han ,       tf.____........ and. Sir Jofcph Pennington. lUronet*. CanJiijtn frrtheCpcitcy of Cumberland at the cniuing FJecl�,n. and then a.!>>u!n'd to fcvcral publick Inn* cf the To�n, whete. with the utmeft MarUi of a ftnerre Loyalty, were drank with llu:?.u toevety Health, his Miyctly, the (>ucxn. the Piin;e and Pnnteiidf Orange, and all the Rcyal Fimiiy, th^ Mintttiy, and an ho-; ncrt Parliament in the Incencit of the King a&i Country, wlxith aiv infcparable ; and the Evening concluded wuh the radt~vifi> b!c Marks of Joy that ever were known here upon any occi-fion. EMnbargb, Mty 2. This Day the General Aflcmblyof thir National Church met here, when the Rev. Mr. John Gotdir, Protcilor of Divinity in this Univcifity, one of his Majffty't Chaplain?, and Moderator to the hit General Aflcmbly, preaeVdan exccirent Sermon fuitable to theOccaf:on before lus Majctly's High Commimoncr, who was attended to and from the Church by the Nobility and Pcrfori of moil Diilin^Uon in the Place, who made a fine Appearance. The AlfemWy have made Choice of Mr. James Gordon, Minislcr of Alfoni near Aberdeen, for their Moderator. High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 38 Minatfa after 3 in the Morning; and $4 after 3 in the Afternoon. ...      1      � �"~        _ .....        .      -' Yefterday Bank Stock was 1 ji 3 athj. India 137 1 4th. South-Sea Trading Stock' 7$, Old Annuities tot. Ditto New Annuities 101. Three per Cent. Annuity 91 1 41^-Millton Bank 104 1 half. Afrian sx. York-Buildings *. Royal AlTurance 1 half. London AiTuranor 11 1 4th. New Bank Circulation 61. Prem. S/wth^ea Bond 199. Prem. India chno 35 s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 1 ji. Prem. Hnglilh Copprr tl. 15*, W*!lh dka> Bcoklihat. Lottery Tickets 51 i3s. To the City of 65630, 500I. and No. 122865, 100I. - -TJjey write from Genoa, that very great Rejoicings were made in that"City"by"ItheEriglifh and Dutch Merchants re-fiding there, on Occafion of the late Nuptials of the Pnnccis Royal with the Prince of Orange. All their lloufes were illuminated for-cwo Nights fucceflively, on the firll of which the Englilh gave an Entertainment equal in Splcnder aud Magnificence to any that had been fcen there, and winch was honour'd with the l'rcfence of the Hereditary Prince and Princi.-fs.of Modcna, all the Genoefe Nobility, the Foreign Merchants, and other Peribnsof DirtinClion. TheJ2uicJ� GjemJeniengave their Entertainment the next Night, with a Rival Expence and Magoihcence, and had the Honour like wile of the Princc and i'fincels of Moiena's Company.  j Pta>cti>, April z-jt This Day, after we had receiv'd, by private Letters, the agreeable Ncwj of the Right lion, the Lord V ifcount Lonfdak'i Intention of being u his Seat at Low- che -Wort-Ky Freemen of Coventry. .Gentlemen. 0/V Tuefdav tlx 1      Infant cemti en the Election for tbi'City cf C OVEN T R Y, ^i-a, yutr Fa* and Inti'fji art bamhh rtquifitj, h ' 2 tmr trujl fttULfid IulzzIL: Siis^xst^ WILL   B ROM LEV. To the Worthy Frecme� 6f the City of Coventry. G E.N TIE M E N, rO U K Vote and htenjl are dtf.r'd for JOHN N E A I.E. E^q; Who hat bad tit Hcratir tobt ysar Refrtftatath.* ?> raeny Uu Parliaments, is xmlcujlf ajfttftJ ti hi bhsjffty Kixg Gt3rgtt mtr baffj Canfliluthn '" ClutiU nisj Stan, a Levtr ef Prmt ami IWt,  idgr fmr} I Feg brast n initialtke1 contsnuaftst of r-Htr f.H�", btejuttima fcvjel^esis^jftfjfw *f indietilPtaa^and fatr. P^!...   IP.--------' � * able Ttjlitnsmes Right p to da.    i am, Gentlemen, Teur mi/l tbli^'J. ard hi-fi df.'-tttd kuml-tf Se'i'att, RICHARD  S HE P PA RO. �iandf^/fe P^L.,, t^.rSjfrwm that thai art ma*, P,,pTj yJPJ kamt m I am. dikrcrlifements in this Paper of a moderate Length are taken tn at Two Shilling 1 each. \   

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