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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 30, 1834, London, Middlesex                                T H IT ft  DA     M a r jd, '..1  H^^J |PON the News wc recriv'd from Pd-lantf, that-ihe Damzickcrs bad Cent a Druaa to General Munichj, to �&. | a CeiTation of Amu. wc let that City do*a tor lot!, concluding that * Capitulation would be prf^poa'd, artd a SBrtender enfuc; hut fchne genuine Advice* from thence let all Matters right, and we LnJ tliaf the ReftiaTr General bring actually in want of all  W�rf�ria for M$ Army, and awa:c that the French Suc-.WrtWwtTrftam Arcngly reinfbrcd, dctcrmin'd lomake , _,t&jtoat*uponiheNeoateof Danretck, andaccordingly �i ciM �I*1**w,i tnaght with fine Word;, to try the Power  rfftrfafioa, but charg'd likewrfe with horrid Thrcatvthat-  lieFoJa of T�n� might have its Weight* in .cafe the other �& flSfccrctd.  The General infiued alio, that this Letter  Attiliberead before tit fcveral Orders of theCity aflembtcd t^tmS, and hcrrajpoh the MaEiHratrsof Dantcick de-  'gaoled that HcftiHties flioold ccafc for two Days titat the '* Peaatr might inert with Safety, and deliberate calmly en an  JS*fImportance. In thii Light the Anlwer pttn �writ Danrsckcrs to Count Munich, at the Exrurauon of ttet��Dajs, fecms not at all furprifmg: They told him,  jWwee neither to be cajoll'd nor daunted, and bravely _ � J�jW:|!trfufrJ"wJ�in Way, for they would take theirs,  Wc CuU foen hear wbcthtr-tr*e French Troops can afford r&rfetfc Relief they depend upon, for they were landing at  fatWfchffHmundc when the Letters came away, and muft * feoa eater into Action, in order to force their Way from  thane to the City. Three Regiments of Saxons were nclu-iByamVd in the Ruffian Canip; but Count Munich com-�ebja'doewily that the Artillery was net tome up, feeing St a,tea Days were claps'd firice the Time which the . Smoo Miaitter had engag'd for their Arrival, and the want " �.  Sleep has foriakea him, -and is not to be recall'djby  the Power of Opiates: Another, that the Marfhal is as well  as em, and wanted for huAdvice near thePerfcn of hjsMailer. iAThud, that the K^Jaas-recaird him mj> tfd. ;v.        '   -  We hate one Piece of News, which perhaps is truer than *km PeepJe think, and .than many will believe, at-a Con,. 'pnSsr; when feme Pains has been lalten to jneujeate an �iotrdt aeleT^oppclitei'to that whTch tlic Marquis de Fene-�^oi\5i "French Minitler, abets fo afEduoufly: The Pro-��iaaof Utiet;ht, . which had. hitherto dediri'd affenting to t.'&Twatyjrf Nejjrality between France and the Nctner-  latS,.faatlaft come in; and wc are infofm'd, that the A& ' �f Gooairrence was delivered to the States General on Tucf-  dtruiL We need not add, that die French Partisans here-' cpaa fing their Triumph openly, tho' the Vi&ory was won aaComer.' M%*8.  Wind El. PLJE,_ The tW admirals, �kocaca inVeaeidav.   Tl* Tartar Jail'd this Morning. ;j�ic alfiail'd Wcltwaid, with theGlobe, - Braise, the John aiid Iiaacj Davis; ^nd the Hope, Avery, aUtktfrom Hamburgh. JL O N  D O N. ^lanbers chotn for the enfuing Parliament. Joho JtSicy^ Elq; - f--~'-.    Bstrgbs \aN*rtb-brita:if, -�~**iin&h*rsfo- &c. % CoUJiihn Mjddfeton. -fa. Iru,in, ItKMtarr, &c. -Col. Jaiccj Stewart. l^W&,l&%~4*^~ke.z:"f Sir Robert Monro, of foulo, Bart. At thecuintcgaw-ay oifUjc Pcft, the Poll for the County of "iiiwrgaa liooa tk�,   " \ ... H^Mr^aUOT.SCTtotheXordChxncellor,- 426^. "-^M^-'Maolcll -~-   -   - _ �e3erday t.4x Merchants recriv'd Advice, that'the Owner's V�4*jU, Capt.Bcuers, from Hull, bound to the Sueighu, V^iuirly talinby a Sallceinan near the Strcights Mouth ; as *� the LoedoD Hope, Capt, liowcll: But toe latter had the |�d teituae to be ifterwajds retaken ; as was alio the Two ' <^pl-Cock:' ^ ^Mcojs lad taken cut her Cargo. CW "n* bong &e A'nniveruiy of the Rcttoxation-ot King " tt* tame was obibv'd thiougtiout the Cities of "�Mo aod Wcunikifier with the ufuil Hfjojcings. K gl-t Hpn the I^id Major, accompany'd by the Al M Sheriffi, Went w2th the ufual Sute to St. Paul's, \f ff" 3 S<;Tai<� prtacb'4'cn tfial Occahon by the llev. . h� Loic&ip's Chaplain. . 7*e tl� t��l Day of Sittings at Guildhall *�i filter 1 cjin, die Judges, Stiirants at Law and Council, : Sheriffj bf *��fC'ejuiu'Jby the: l�!�Mu   .1___ l�r tins City in a fpkndid man fcVHrrr5yr,hc R'ghj Hon- Henry Bov,e' EfV Speaker of Ifdaou^t^r.M^*^ ^ Chancellor oi the Excuequer of 1 J       ""B�l ��on. iienr ^orCmaa?i, and Chan, nT'r   A* ''^ Uut ICingdoai- Vf. liaOay hit die Lady Bcfew, an liilh Peere&. wii Howmr of beitff Knighted by th*t Princefi in the YeaV t for his gallant lichaviouragaitill the Frtnch.     . 4... , Count.iVailau La L�e� iScphcw to the.Right Hon. tire Earl of Gr*nthan\, and Chamberlain to her.Royal Hfgh0c6tlw Prii:ce(s of Orange, is appointed lull Aid du CacTp to his HfghncS the Prince.  "       "       - y ThaXVeek all the CaDi and Bullion Jbelongiog to the Bank of England, will be remomi irom Grocers Hall to their new Ucuic in XhteaJncidle-ftrttt t on Monday n�tt the Dueddrs and Clc.-k-will begin ro tranlicl flufinets there; and on the Thurfday ibUowing a General Court will be held there, for the rinl time. , '   \ zAriipffl&Mii is palling the Seals to enable the Rev. Mr. Dyer, M. A. Chaplain tm the Right Hon.' the Earl of Berk' ley, to hold the Vicarage of Shcnton Dean i�thteoo�ty-t�f Salop and Diocele of St. Alaph, together with the Retloiyof SprowJbnI in the County and Dt'ccefc of York. On Monday laft Mr. Stcphem, a Gardener, was Rung, froth the Shafts ot^a Cart at K^ghifttrt't.*, ahd the XV heel tmior-, tunstely going ctarr on Stomach ^ "- The time l)ay a yotihg Gentleman driving a Coa  N .E.^>V ^ �.J_" ihfkiwimm^f^t^t^rf *JfaYiGdttk^ / ^ toMlrtet, �(*MTC-*cfc�^�alMa%.***vJ^V �WM*| The     M I S Et K. v �.     > the Ptft�f lrt, mj*nt ac il^_lM^J^fe�t..�ajnia�,: Bf pamcular Ddire. Ycltertuy Mank mock Was 133 1 41H. tnat^ 1^0, 14a i half; 140, 140 1 4th. South-Sea Trading Stock 75 1 half. Old Annuities id. Ditto New Annuities 102 3 8th*. Three per Cent. Annuity 91 3 4thj. Million Bank 104 1 half. A-frican 22. York-Buildings 3. Royal ABurance 9a t half! I London Arturanoe 11 3 8ths. New Bank Circulation 6t. Ja. Prem. South-Sea Bonos ,27s. Prem, India ditto 37a, Tnreie per Cent, ditto ibs. Prem. Engldh Copper il. 14s.- WeBb ditto Books (hut. __ Sj a Crrsf4rrt if CemeJsant fnm Mil* AT t!te New Theatre in the May-Matket>   '? The Bee car's Opira, TragediiM.,, f ^ - TKe^rr^f       �aat^cu&��b* i�tCt��j V M��.t*i�iVe, t�*�t   v; -tfeeJettt"�ae ^fbw fwf^fwwf     r�i)jr.      *tkkt<*. *'��� %: �,a'�-*t�tHi       v>�6 jh*3.fe.Mi'�* &�.::�a�*"tf"*�� ftCnHi Mit. rWirai. HibS^triHnav .1* �a�c*�ii!l��i�el a r*�*�f �** Aft, cJlM    ^    4 Ihatssrisf Sir Jon* F*lsT*rr^ 7*/k* S�A�>fcpW, . ca/AaciaxT Pi�tov. ',>� i*";' i*: P�oI, wn.cit�ia�j    JkaufttttaC a�r Twb�n} J|a|K��M^ Jmmn ; �*Mr. Janet; IfcStf^ kit* M��Uf� { poltl -fcCTi.TliU�t; w�tiitidl�* tfart^tftoiSwl^M^i^tafa^ To begaa at lulf an lloar aSer Six o'Cwt. JT�wr� 3*.     fir a*.     Gmlitrf 11.' t By a mew famfawj *f ftrtiftiers.      i�tit�y�cl'jLKw��i(|tfta� tfce Ht^eia a �j�aUfi>j in Terkft freer, near Enfield in the County oflAsddlifix,, of about 4 VJtr~4k*,    / A Uafcbold EflatT^rfyarr-tf^ix-Mafnr oflVtfilam 1* the C�unty of Efftx, and of a farm ealPd Hamfritt-, and /i;] paity, \XitJ have been m�i*. the Li'-Jtn uffitiardt of tvteniyfinr Yean ; but bavin* nut with ^'tal Lsjfts by Sea aad Land, da hope far your kind litdtdvence, ttt being fi gioJ as to appear eatt^ in the Hall on itidftmtaer Daf next, ta favour me ixilb jtmr rates, wbieh i� ir. H. rju.', Chu'vb wnb 1 t'�i.ci(Xiti> *ivi aaAU-tuit uf itc Ay;c. ihclowtll Pf|ic. v hi �u� the Mciicr, �u4 wh*�c iv be fern. 11 Mi: Umc pj.jit, .^ii-.b'f, |l".c \cAtt       be uaticduli ��tii>ib I'uivtd*. ci uil�i*iW 1.  eii0 Ujuoi� k^wui a. it ft' It n                t� t�        Mm***, a or'Cmcftew'iStteal�*j�ft�*f aatoadutapHtUCarr^ iBaCOWB^r taT-m-4 **smt*t.   .....   - ,, f   � V ,n   ICH MOND-WELtSnt WW IV �'�arfa^atwa�l.�aty. W ^i^taW taJSortua katt* �Aalc�tt�r aaAaa^^liaWS � lis^y^yni.t^m, ta?^Ai thtm,
                            

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