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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 29, 1834, London, Middlesex                                i \V E D N E S D A Y, iUV ^1734. Haribvurgi May 2S. ETTERS Irom CoprnhagMr, by the III Fc4, adv/c, J.at tlie French Succours which traded without Oppoli-oon it the Weclijcimunde on the 11 th, to the Number of 15c;? Men, could not be admitted into that Fcrtreis the Gcrcrnor declaring that be ms tben in aCcnJiticn of maintaining his Foil ; txx fbocM soon be ob%\i to furrender it far want of P�evif:cns if he took in wThm: Tfce Sea-Officers fckewife rcfasM to furmth whit ST�ca^7 � tfce SoId��* till fuch Time as they *Ty We top* into the Town; ib that after one Day** Stay ,*li|6(ftteTwoj� w;rc eSSg'd to reia.i_uk and rvium to LMiiliirrr 0�tiiC l9t*s� ^-'*jnt PSeio. tl>e French Atnbaf-Z^JiiBrtco board, ..and rcfolv'd togoak.i*g with them hiav �^0a*akk; for which Puce thty Tct Uil ag^uxj^^cxt nL,�ii a for Wind, accorSjwnjr'J by three Merrof War, ZL^i^to&ashcai. It was tcoagJ Sini 4uiflus was os board - We rap^e>�lReporu ot !r^SfiJM�r*d ever ficcc the ^ncTAuatk cf HiiSclbcrg, tote�� dead. >- ^ . �S Jmk4-   LettersfonvDtentzickof the 25thof laft �!!2ailrsr,th�t the Fraja Ships were ectne again into that Pjfi^Uprhiagen^ioths Number of ��e Med of War �if"riett, anoihat they haJ begun to land their Forces at ft"(0b&te>de; bui they make no msctien of what paCd Bays-Trcce between that Town and Count -iTJk ^o" M- Brandt, the PiufEan Minifler, uith their �T_aUafcflt, had been there W confer uith the Magiftratcs ^^^n^aI�matioa.  Accordin.; to AdviceS-fium the g~l     Hiaoterjaa and Prsrsiian Auxiliaries have join J testis***, *'bp, it ts thought, tho' much inferior to the *ts%, "�ifl march very feea, in ord.-r to dilpate with them 'its om^ ea the Siege of. Phikj&aarg. Zj. Wind N- W. The tr.rrr Admirals with fc*aktf�t'* Ships cf War, remain as per Lift. Came down fsijai 'remain, Tdian GaEcyTVanin, tot Cadiz ; Ara-I^Pt&iBHh* Tcrky ; Si- TLamai, Pia*. fer Jamaica. "�-a - |i|wfcn tkeiduiz, from Cuba. J L O ~N  DON. Item from Ritiborr. in&na ts, tta: tl� Diet of the Ix^axZ&Bg to difchLd^e at uai Junaurc any of the ta^faaofcr the Pod cf GcccsJ cf the Troops of the Em-�fsi, ktspe&aed that Command to Piincc Lugcnr, and has srtdtir PiiVgnf Wirtemi^t�, IJuke Aibtxt of Beicrcui ^Snaorof AnhJt-lXilau, ta fcrve i..-.-kr his HighncJi s> Hdl Marihals General: The hli of thofc Princvs u a fsteiia. KeReplHighnc& the Prioceu of Orange is expefied at f�4tgenlw tie 2i&cf next Mouth. .......... Tstarfra'd that hjs iiighncii the Prince of Orange ds-f^sO assie a Campaign u%ier I'unc: i'ugen:, and that his h^aamiUcossc tver to Eti^Lt^ Uj icicn the Phnccis in Vtfeeay tie High Ba3ifF of So^thwark met Mr. Hcath-tst*zd 'SJIrl S hrpfi:d at tte Klcg's lit .id in the Borough, in ciifciiDtrliiaixai of the Majoiiry tn the Scrutiny i but ieasx 3acjewo'd �o the 6th of June. Tdbif--Hur.*. of Kent, t.ij; 1.1s rn^rrkJ a: Jvenfmg-taCtsja so Mas Kcirchbati, c! Grofrcaoi-ttrcet, Diugn- Jadtk tee Sa Efaggri Kjatcfer^il,------------- ' lit Nsjit dxd -�t f.is Hcsec in Hittcn-gardeo, Cap;. GtargsSatac, Cap:ofa Trotp in tu Mrc:*.y*� Koyal Hc-psesdKrofcGai^, Blae- VeS^jrl^Pc^Gi who keeps a BrapJy Jhpp in St, Giles's. ei&ifci!a& iff. Caasilcx'j h:e Cook !rfr- a Penmanteati Guciaasa w�. Luru. sii;- Lzd, -*virh fc*-cral f&z, ixSaf^tzTLerOi Ciajgc?, as Ui3 Sir. CaiitiHon's t\io Sevan exsa the Gaiihcufe. ami thej- v.�e �il fjtiher exu-^iaaaBzssd^ tsSpcdcd Mu�!ai' *iax wtjehthe Ma^kr aueBosdy-tLp w^ts .dmitted to EaJ, ind the twoScrrants ksaW back to i'ritca, vhtxc they arc to ccctigue. �e�e% Iii^ CcmarV lajueU fat oh die Body cf Mr. A jocci, '.lairr 0} tie Back Hci�r Ahhoofc in Adam's ^S^M-^^ff,..Ht*?:�^...l^4.i^.X^'4�X.-a.?, 'Silfe^rWo*leieph &recrihod, in a Cljiarrel at Nine Mi,vAj&x:aaF�micittan ^ Five Hom, licy broui;ht adtiAQsa. Wslfcd Murder. Aa-.. EcriUSh a Ss-:i4VX'- m the County L'-itdcc, Linntn-ei* the Great, London, p^ms affiicr. cf St BirJ J?** cf Her? iiaas in       Ctauuy of Wilu, .Saaa-SeaTrad, * la 8 ir. j. iii z Minuter a^ttr ~c Alicmocn." tCi.   D:tu.Kcv Atr.ixts i-i ; TliTieper ajhuq 91 t Lili a 3 Mi;<-t. iJsrdt 104 1 half. iwt^-^ea IkAU 25* i lis. j*K^n.   li^Ua �iuw- 351. SoJth-Sca-Houfc, London, TV/� Coar.' ofDirtaors tf the Scutb-Sea-Cottt- '--faefgivt A#/i.v, thtt tbe Tramfif-JtMit $i*tfc 8'i* AnJntuus will bt Jt-mf en TimrJ^af :b ipbefjun*, ami epfitdngain en SatvJay tit z*tb ofjij^: And that tht Wmr* Mints for the Hit//Kan'1 htntfl jtft tkrte* ^JSliifammer r,.tt, Tf cf England isiill txpte to Sale, at tbtir liiufe in Leadcnbiill jltcit, upon '[burfdat tht 1 3/A Day of font next, at tea dCL-ci in tbe Forenoon, the /Mewing Getds-, fix. Eltphatits-Ttetb,          |   Old Hangers, Swds, Rtdusocd,     "'"        I  Cutlafis, and _Old PewteratJIErafs, \  OldGuns.______ I BOL- fry* Ciuriubk-Corpor;uion�Houle, Sc. Lawrence- Pountney-Hill, 29 May, 1734: nrilE id Day's Sale by Aullion, of Goods * pltd�d to the faid Corpuration, and forfeited fur  (t�cei, aiiij �\ uni ClStc, orat Pior i tli lulliui, "ill be !>ieli;iitd � CuiueJ/, call'd The    C O M M I T-T EE: Tbe FMlbjttl Jrijhman. ll'.tb F.nttrtaininents of Dancing, particularly he of Ai'l !. Tic hUfk ^11.1 �> liucjokc, b/ M Lc I iu,      Mil- 1 id 91 A't ll. The I'k- nit b> Mr. r. Icr.c.i unj Mr. U.Acn^jn. Eoj ol Ait ill. I lit hng.uh br Mr *. tally ar.d ^r#. Wi.ie;. I iid       l .id Uui, Mi -1. i>y Mi.        '� rxliK     *' *'� Ejxci I'll i;    I'i'jiUtilt, Zi.   L'ppir'Gii't- |3. T�t> finae VUu* t  it: !i�J �t ... .ViJo-.       l'�inr.<   .i.,ui.it I'.lT , c Htm)  BSuSi N,� Mw N* 5 tar {ral. iac ..ttottN" f| f'ir ^cot. both eatnt the �it& �l LhcjnVr, t?|j,      fk�)�%� � Arnc MiU�   �a4 �th t!-e Uvi N^t�tr�v�        �i�ttttl�ilir��T�l iiiiu�, wiiha Rcwardol }jt, a** *t cr�i*r(>^4 j�t t_�if�tha� " �ti4 would brtnrf �U* ia�j S>-� *,� U� botvaiet.taxi'tf broMgbi to, thi� lai iher-Nc*t* rfli�t--Nuilrr,- at tii* Hcufc tu loteaiiiin cc-n K.va4. Mar ite VMg aawS i>�ik | or bi*e NutiM    Ralph � atc tenet. � uoHtaW / uara, 10 beparTTmmedUie.y bf netsc tai4 �  dk> 1 ui Utet9�ata.'4: H JU^'Jt f�> pawa-'aj��'lbM�( aiirjqr(h�>it* : �ii t�r a&L. HEREAS Samuel JWJ�in, a ull thin Year*. fjm.Tiiise tltuc abfcnTedl I-ta> I ^ i>*Ukas fabiwiftwc t*� Jv*saw �i irttar Ban*. 14> -ward ]oo*s ; vtucver (Jutrnhrtu b�!t,bcc_y rnjgftm. Ui*U rueivc Kirc &tk>.*u K(��ri tnxa db� aXcc ajr. WT&*. ia C*- Note, uci> tap^M 1 j Le �ce* �at& oe� W2lt_nrf* cf iht HEREAS \ViIIiam Walpok; about *y Years ut �p. wears *:� 0)tH^te^aarc�|^atea4 Cl�tl< prey Siockmgi �w a Nat-ual Wig. JKsat ��� t*m* laia ataHtt W. t -)ftr�, Mac en�iuini: j; fiim; an4�tj  ai rauk. �-Si���*, ioot�*a�k, JkiiS Is faaaatfcaaamJr r*- ty^ MREAS a tcile granted by the Maitrr, V V. Brothers acj SiOcta o* Sc. Caci&-raic�-lli#paf il. to San. 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