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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 31, 1834, London, Middlesex                                1&M J Tefordav arrrSd d Mail from France. frsmtbrCa**? cf tbe Allies ai Bczztb, May 25. ~gUN the t'i Inilanc the Impaialiils pat tbemfclvcs itj motion, and marca'd about three Leagues, intfiKeCte'inmtt', as "if they, mean; to ptttrtrstc isr*? the ___Dbtohy of Parma, bat fudJex-y tam"J MSB w DBMjabour, and came back to their Camp. We imagine that they kef'J by tfeii Feint to .draw us iron cur PoSs open thcOflio, believing we wecld hairy to the Soccour of Parma; bet is i: tell �t we cfifcippo need their Scheme. -Jbrt&h w'�>-  TteM* frcCT ffarcdaca, � SJiJBber.or.t3o Sail, i* ju& pafs'd ia Sight olw, Herring Anf (ioor^ ifor Italy. mCiAV�,        1.' We have jtlit receiv'd AdVice. that .ijie - -jaj�&VAa$�fc; Generaicr^tfce French Tras^�mp!oyMl-| j*^^jtgejp?: tfhilipfburg, opeaM Trenches before that * H�, �theviKight between the 29th and 30th uli. under the fat J Vjo Pieces of Cannon on the part ot the Rcfiegro, and jf&OS(rhefidc of theBefieg'd. To Day thcCcun:�kBeai3e, wtTbslilttwife fcmc Command in that Siege, beg*n to play 1* wrt with the Sieur du Comminge*s Boms*. One Ctrocn*-ttKt'hXi hipperVd'greatly in Favour of the French; tfce rjpBccr who raisM the rivw Fortifications of that Tcwri. and 'B well atqttainteo with the old, Hole away one Night fccoi the "GSn^1*^^ run ovcr 10 tne Erjcmy. By his Irniruaicn the yir^*3i..l*?h�Wcd- "to carry cn their Attacks to great Ad-nBjge, and knowing the weakeil part of tfw Wcrjs, cinoot ^{ceo without Succels. :fttiu.yaaL$. They write from Straftxrrrg of the sSth aj, tKit on the z?ih the French Troops before- PhSipfboutg an Qot-wurk, and on the 29th at Night were to open ^rir'Trckhes. -,   * , Our Accents from Dantzkk, touching tie Repulie the ... jjdBaM met with in th� Attack of Hagcliberg, agree with the Jcrripi Pf'nts 'n tais Particular, that they loii cot above icoo rttale Uth:! but the LoG of all their Engineer*, and rise beft f&htif.their prime Ofisctn, doubles the Advaauges gsia'd by tSrCuy. - _    , "Tney write from Gcntra, that a Body of 3000 Tiwp-, toiyfentby titc Ucpuoiick toCcriica, has Luciydefcueu *. my eooiideiablc Deaciuncnt of the Maifconrchts of that Jjucd. CoUli, Jure 9. Sir Francis Head. Bart, o*" Canterbury, haledJtrrc Ult Night; as did alio Sir Heory Firraets Bart, tkborr to enter upon his Travels ; be has. a Fiyfidan, Tu-W, jW � vety hanJlome Retinue of Servams. Here are a tntatiny Troops in Oar Neighbourhood, ready to cc&uk txDurxkk as^ioon as the Fleet arrives. Duhitysg. WindS.S.W.   Laii Night-bkMaje%'s Sim tie Swailtiw came to the Downs and remains, wk*i lis mtft Snips as per Ycfterday. .tTTs..       L "O J* D O N. Trfididay his" Grace the Duke of PortLind was marrxd at $ej&ui of Oxford's Houfc in Dover-ftreet, to the iady Mar-prtt rlttjtr, fo!e Daughter and Hetrefi of that noble Locd, ^rilcanrtta his Counteis, Heinrfs to John Crteedrih-Hc Ure. .Yefieidiy the late Mr. Cantillcn's Servants were agim en-Py**! fcfore Sir Thomas Clarges, tod ait^ards icmoodpi �dt tod� Gatehout'e; bat wc do not learn that any Discovery -4ta btroM yet made of their b-ing concern'd in the Mcrder. ^ejtaSrdntAfe:Fengers haw te~etrd;spaieo*J to the Bntsfit W�iitfi at Foreign Courts, to gam all potlihle Infonoaaoa ;�<��rmogthe Cook who is fsfpetted of the Fad, aad wko h  b� gene eff with Mr. Canailcn'j Mcwcy acd jenrb.'  v ^ia&Wctk the Univeriiiy of Oxiord were piaied tocoo-J� tie Degree of Dot\or of Dicrrskv upoa rbe Rer. Mr-wJ^J^SplaiB to the Right IJm the tatl of llo'�*emrf% Jg^ofthe Members of ttat Uaktjttiy. YcSoday the Right-Hon. the Lord CtanceSoe w� pleafed ^pJdeatthe Rev. Mr. Birdjn, to the \ icaiage of H*�ley tattie Coooty of Nonhumberhnd a^id Dioccie ot Durham- Tie Rigjit Hon. the Lord Chacerfcor tusbeni pleki'd to t tlw Rev. Mr. Jotm ftaff, fci. A. to the Vkarage of w lathe County of Shropfiute, ia the room of the Ker. '�W'-Cfee^B-UByon, deceaa'd. ~**tMooday RobenSimj, of tbeCoactv of Northampton, f Si wm martitdat Hamptcn-Cou.t to Mia Mil!*. Dauber Jot�n Shepherd, of Moulfey ia rise Couuy df dkd at his Seat at Qwriley ie Nmkir=ptccibtie, gwd Ward, Eiq; a Gewkman cf a hr�� fcrlte m tfeii Uft Wetkdmi the Rev. Mr. Hutcfciw, ^!. A. RcScrof k�10cr iu thc CWv of Vwk. ia tW       !VIr' C,Ur{o.v� Mornuig Preacher of St. Danrats srif        " "Ppointcd ChapUia to faii Majruy's ship t� alecoedKattofQoGum. ^J^J'^y ^ Eeisley. wfco hath an Efcite in Lkolrihire, �"�Ueuttnar.t Coloaclof a&rginHrtr tn h� Pn^an .\!a-K ,wb*.n,a>' cw.inaudrd by Pnr*c D^d^ick, waiad on l�l ^ RtctmcnJ. and bad tte Hotsaa to uke fcis *we. he bcujg 00 tijc pc:nt of returning to EJefelt m Prefer. kj� R'g.uent is quartrr'd. G�^^ty ^ a >oun^ ^naleman woi commhted to die SyiTwC/ ^alUce ^ X     *"or a RaF ��>m�wd 00 a V> hkK * ,h?"' ' bc VVcun" ^ liv'd t*o y car. as * Seoant �f*ti.�i sodicue Motmag gcUlBS     about'1 tree to brew, as iSe was IiYhtin^ Ok Ccpper Fire, the Getukman caars behiad her. took hotd of her, and Rmging net ooh a Chair, (a; (he fwears} committed the Fad. fait Week died the Rev. Xlr. Townfhend, Reclof of Hat' �e!i PtHKj and St. Anne's iff Effejt; he accompanied hit Grace th^ Duke 6f Buckingham i*t his Travels. A car�oo� no* Organ k letting up in the Parifli Church of St. Hmes Uerkcswrll. nude by Mr. Mofs of Barnet, who is an .Apothecary as wxll as Organ Maker, On VVedaeicar &?ortnng tolh about 6 o1 Clock,' a Gentleman wa* attatk'd by a tingle Highwayman upon Putney-Heath, but raving a Scmut behind him with Fillols, he rode spasd difcbarg*d,one at the Highwayman, and prefenting another, the Fellow made off towards Ktchmond, whither thc Gen^rman pur.u\l, till having the Misfortune to be thrown, frca� bis HcVle," he �a� obfig'd ro give otit. VeflcrJay the ScSIons b.-gan at tl�e OldBaily, when eighteen Piitcaers wrre trj'd, three Whereof" were capkufly convrited, tt^Thcoi* rl aveiixT alias Couon, Jofcph Hart and Samuel Walker.   Fire wrttrcaft foe Tran("pO�tat�on. __ fo&pb Grrerheid, who was tried for the Murder of John janes at Haapiead in a Boxir^ Kfatch, was found guilty cf MarrOaughter. ^ Hit tear tbmt i�'r�. Dsviet, KlJrtp ft* Jl/r. DtViti, %vt* irft i^*v Cri**.-n -Jav/f* btbindthe Cbar^t,' LA' tatffyiftnd tix Gats trr Ctjirheai terar the jamt Plait, ana mutt witbwty good High1 Water at London-Bridge this Day, at $0 xrter 9 in the Mornieg; and 30 alter 1 o at. N ight. --'-. - r--� � �* Vcderday Bask brock was 133 1 4th, a 134. India 140, a 142. Sosth-Sa Trading Stock 753 8rh, a 76 i half. Old Anmuaes tcz, an 7 Sths, a a 1 half, a 5 Sihs.^ Ditto New Ancu^ies 102 1 41b, a 3, a t 7 Sths, a'3. Three per Cent. Aacaoy 91 3 aiiis. Million Bank 1641 half. Africah zi'. Ycffk-Baddings 3. Royal Afiurancc 921 hair London At-(anaae 11 3 8ths. Mew Bank Circulation 61. 5*. Prem. Soodt^ea Boads 28s. Prem. India ditto 38s. a 405. Three per Cent, dico Prem. Eiigldh Copper il. 14*. Welflt I       Book? Oiur. For the BchcBtoCNMK NO ft it IS. AT fh'c T*cnhis-tbttrt in Janlet'ilrccc in -tTm H�*>Marlct, th,� Iky, bnof the >Ht l�fl**�. �Hl o� a Corned/, >   �  ,    I. ... .   .    ;* ; '     Tlxt     M  1  S�Z>;R>     . The ^rt^f UttCpli, Mt.Nprt>^rr�*r^"Mr. fo*to* 1 W*ri�.*, Ktill. 4i��j �#rrklf|. Mr^l^itWfl       *Wh Mr�. > EntntMmnit tf ^%r% W Pa^trW. Eudot Art l, A to*!)^ fey Mr. tn U�feMtr� Art Itfir a Mimirt tf Mr�. Qrvfost tad Mrs. "dratfao.  , Jfld tf the P �^ thelloith Shioper by m, tm* Un. DaMapart, Atxf the D �tk Jo�k by Mr. Snub �n4 Mas And � r#w p�olo|Ma�a Ittbgiw. both *y Mr. Nwtta, ntjT.f::^l^^^�|k Upper GalUty tk Cuftom-Houfe, London, May I4� 1734. By Order of the Honourable CommiiHoncrs of His MajeftyV Cuftoms, 0c. TjfH ERE A H by Atl of Parliament, mate * the xztb Year tf birl&tt Mnjilty King'Gttrge tbe'Eir/ti 'tit EroBtJ. that fitm and after the Z^tbtf y��r, 1726, �t// GasJi ami hlerchettiixt ivkith fiaU rtmain in Lit Majfjlfs Urartkmje. far tbt Seatriif tf the Dutiti due tbttxpn (for the Spue tf fix Mam tit J tlxSkbfiditi aid Duties not paid, cim-farniti fw, erethmi/i fitur'd, mtbt Law dircSt, JhaU bit 'rab'.uik j-JJby imbefCandle. - fke*t ate therefore t� give Notice, that all fitch Goodi rtmain-tier im the tt'onSmfirSTik* Pvttf Lcudtn, tit afwtfaid, iv(U b* f*MUUi fill asivdiogh, nhfiug Profnti�i tbmtf jittt-xvitb csos* axil fiat the Duliei doe fir tbt fame, at- the Law direilt. Ptaick Notice wil) be given of the Time �f Sale, "T^HE Proprietor* oj"the freeBJbery*arc tie- find ts meet at, the Smn Tavern behind the Ripal Exchange, this Day the 31/? mt tyrie d Clack in the Jfternton, lii cmjUiX cm divert Affairitf tmortatitt, relating to tbt fetid Csmfazj i at  �b��itat wttoto ana WMauiliatt;* Pit�e ofMitfOttiAa that w�s���r *aa��f-K this Kitvd h� haiiw ttm>o�vaa< �itaitk 1 iaMhv Mill ill F*it. Ylw wholt is �*aft  beaut Adly sDtnpm'd.of Aukittclhtnv tula* �ore, eiiruiirg, Mqlick v4 ABroPoar, a*f tordinc to the briVRni�*�WPria Hk�^*� "^L1' ~ fcp�r�Qtng Lire, that ucJernt the awtt eutertaioinrrtfe* ot Art that t*er pp���*�f m��rupa� To |(va a par- .� tiwUrUftrlptltwiof thJa�fondcr�i|lM*thina�ft an luVatewMMIi; endleft* it he�* P�� h�dn^ ihought 10 fjtm anlde* of it withA Jbtiog and heariPij jti'ttrforfeiafcek" It rq�4lly turjNli^ia^aaiiajHM,, all that lee and hur. and Htyy i ttor�Hh>.i C)d>inbp5a(W>�0B. TTHJE Creditors of^ Johni Ewer, banker imt A Ocldfiplcri, (tte of P>ii�M  his Lodffegs haffai� bioUopta two4rrUt)k>,an9 takto Mnk Nottund Catato tKaMagaa* ot 3031, and �pw�r Jallkh (ktlm m ie�i�e FUe Guinea, ftewitd frenvrbj lt��. Mc> Wil(bn� l� Ck�a% tardea Chutch-ytrd. �i� b ruppe.*J to ba *** �hh oat WitttMt Dtye ot (he Strsnd.   r �' LOST Ycfterday the3bthln(bnt inWcft*:' �ninlicr-hall, a Siirtc Watch �ad Chain, m the Jo}at of �h*r cnain ilenirav'tl P.Wat�. Whoever will bf�K,cf. tnd.fit fajp W ,  n(lloon�aM. ' 1 r 1 1'' 11 iin    1 ......L-*MMM^*-^^"^^f^* LOSTj^etween^ JLincoinVlnri and_Fridi�^ llrtei, three Boodi and foar Hand A�ount� 1 th�Aua4�btwg itMiit'd A. Ii. C. Knd Um Accouats 0. fi.-'P. O, Wrtoeiee ha* Wand ihctn. and bn'niji it.cro to �1r. Oco>|e BrouaJ; �J the Aathor fa Pit> day lUeei, lh  ever wilt bfingTrrorWii, fswboi��s'u\ �� tlw Iritier M. fa tooa'a H^t-tUr. < onihill, U4 J QjitHitMis ask'4. _, ',    :    -r t i rQUR fir'Jfir THOMAS Ti bt tf the Brtdge-Maficn f/" tbii City, in the room of Mr. yias IVtlb, dcreasd; haiTnghun a Hauftkitfcr in the Parijb tf St. �tt*Ubte"t s^xecty-fiitufiari, and bun a Liveryman of kit C*af*ny twenty t^tv Yean i hat had thirteen Childrtn, tv-o it x^ioutar* fiiil mtrftntided for i and imtbret Ytmmimi lofi zoos I. in Trade, t% iv'tick ntant he is now redueoT N.B. Af the lAta^^^tW^ee-Mafbirv-it had the greanS J^unsber of Haad*. except"i&v'lr%i^.'.crec\e xtt 10 'be tmtv*e ao A* stage, tbii Day. To begin exaftly at half an Hour pft Six o' Oock. Sj tcrLm wtiHcxcr to he admitted behind th* Siccct. To  be   S OLD,    � Or L E T T on< a Building teafex or otbtrwife, At KKigbtJbridge, over-againft Bear Court* AHandfome large Houfe, with COach-hOufe aai Siab'o f '� t,M.iu.*>mt u?#*t<;� of �a acre if Ground, very fit for a Wti^.c, toa � mil. �   ^ra"a"nTon the bilaret of Mr�. tt�(HaJLtm�o, tile of Soo*-fclj; LonUon, oe^eu'J, or ol Mr. Philip Lemtvptaw ol the Owe rianv " Ap.lhcttff, iifu dcStikM, aiad.ftr d wb'iot ur'itai ills l'�xttO*l*t# thereof futthwith 10 Mr., joa�v^rioi, Hskcr, m Ml.k.fireet, ioa. tkitl, in efder t  their rec�iya,i|t i�ii�)�itioii tur tUfr Debti.___ "TPHIS is tcfjirquabt fllj Oenticriierii Cq- j Zml..Ji(!tBitf to my Fai'.cr jaim Coliiuf', Y*r i mfftif.     �*  ................-~- �-.......�.��� Anir, We U��oo�oMfciu with Mr. Young, m> riibfrtlJHajt,.,,__; " ' ; 6 AT H, "'   \ AChariot and four H6rfrt wiiirfct out oil-jMuudiynext, bcii t ihe jdol Juuc, ffwcBiba Mhjtifikar lai".- ui PiSfcui^y, by - , WilUaiTj Boycei of Batb. N.B. Bath, tir'Aol anl H6fr Waf�I� itrcih^^wic� a *ttk, CM bf " �'liyo Millrfj Mal'er o>.'V laid 1b*. �       ,,   � *      , -   . _ Bay Mare� 6 Years old, ricaf i$ Handt Ti|hi fit ciibef lot tha SaddUJ ur ct>aii�. Ta* OaacW. m�n'who0woi h�r will wsrraat her fjuud. tuquit* it Mr. Mfidi'i in Neu Itteef, neir Broadtftrne. toho. ,. --;�.....,,  -,   -r--;-r---* j     ro &f LETT, a. Oliver*s-Mountt JT'H R EE-'5cabics with fixtceri Sulk Ach, 'A  mid 
                            

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