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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 4, 1834, London, Middlesex The t)aiiy AdvertSfctl TUESDAY, Jvkb.4. �W 2'cfterclay arriv'd a Mttilfram I'rantc. . . . Naples, May t$. | N the t4C& Intrant arriv'd here a Courier from Naples, with in Iiifirumcxj containing (ii* Carhriick Majrily's CelTion ol the Kingdom* �?f Naples and Sicily in Favour of the Ii/an: Dukr, and declaring him Xing atefctdisgty. On which Account a totem n v> Disnt was fung the ucxt Day in tbc Metropolitan Church by Ordinal PtgtutelH. Dean of' the faid Ccllcg?r and Arch-. $jhop of this City. The Relicts of St. Jan-jartus were a: the Time expos'd, and thcJ^ccplf had the Sat�Sp�0b of' I ^&�thc Blood of that Saint Equity in left Time r�an ew I wknown before; for which favour the new. Kinghasprc-featrdat jtasjSbrinc.of his Jiaimflnp a Ndegay cf aXamcnds d * prodigious rVituc, The fame Evening the whvic City tisiUuminateii. His''Majefty has given a Pardon to all Per* fas under Profecution for Crimes, and lias caus'd a general Delivery throughout the Kingdom; A ~new Remfercc-ititfit ofjoco Men is arii\\1 here frcm Spain, as ere aIta�bo [lorfes, by the Way of the Eccleftaflical Territory. The Duke de Liria having obtain'd his Maj^fly's Permimon ro go Duke - - � , . � -jwolheCount jc jvjonicmar m attacking the late Viceroy in Csfeflwia, the Count de Marfillac is appointed to command -irthe Blockades of Gaeta and Capua. The Magiftracy of , ihii City having oftei'd in the Name oTihc Inhabitants to prc- ,fcut the new Monarch witli 60000 Ducats, his Majejiy thank'd tbefrt� But refus'd the Money, and ha* iincc or Jo'a that all his Soldiers pay punctually for the Provifions the City fur- -t&ti them. Advice has been brought hither, that the ifommodoreof-a Sqaadronof fix Spanita Men ot War exui- aSm the Adriatick Sea, has taken feveral i aitanes full cf Itnpettal Troop, bound from Trickle trrferfic Post of this Kingdom. hrcjtou, May 28. We have lYcenfirm'd,.that the Palatine ef Leopold has aclinowlcdg^ King Aaguiiuf, and was open the Roid to make his Submillion to that Prince. The Palatine ot ftow has polled himfill, with iocoo Men, between Bentin *^TariH>wit2,upon the Frontiers of thbPropr.ce. I Madrid, May 25. X^ieir Majellics continue to rcfidcattbe CaRlc of Aranjutz. The King, as aifothe Prince of Afta-rk!, hive had fome flight Attacks of a Fever, but are both reeora'd. On the 19111 there was a Bull-Fcall at Aranjact, co Occafion ol the Conqueft of Naples by Don Carlo.. We hve likewife had grrat Ktjoicings here upon the Succeftof list Prince, and his AcccfSon to the Throne ol the two Sici-Ity-'A Report goes current that Don Carlos is to hold thofe Jtagdoins as fflatculine-Ficfs of the Crown of Spain, and which are to revert to it upon failure of Male Heirs. We have Advice from Llbonthat the PrinceS of Brazil ii three Months/ gone with Child. The Prince of Campo Floric'ajias been/j ttdtt'd to repair inilantly te his Govcmmer.: ot-�a!encra, ^wSeh^iccaffons various Speculations. An Advue-Boat is ar-h>'d at Cidix iri 75 Days from the Hav.inmh, rtrith an Ac-fostit that the Fleet lay ready to fet �ail oa their ictutn home, tmdthatthey were very richlyJadcn. ~-'~tnm ih Cmpire.�.^hi��ImperJal Majetly ihciefae exnbitt ttie fcveral Ssates tolnnijlh iottandy their Contisgc�r ir. Jlfiij ji. "The King U returned to Verfaiiles. We a-e affui'd that his Majelly has thought proper to commcnicarc ofeieral Powers, the Re3(bns that indued bim to befiege Piiiliplburg. A fecond Letter is gone to Italy, for recalling the Waiftal de Villar-... 'J'he K,jngs hill Letter ran fnuxKbiy, h %i'y*d, that " Iking well latufy'd with the Zeal and Ar-" dor which he had flu-v.n m his Service, hi* Majefty defirld, "ttat he would no more txpofe his Pcrfbn, but return into rj&ircce as footi as his Health psjmiusd." To which the Marshal anfwrr'd, that-ftii fr/jfbtrlieif^tha tvai a xt'jfight wr, but bt ftai'J vxuld btamt daxgtttui, if bit iUjtpj dtfui/J hlmtf lit Jurtbtr Satiifudtan of hu Sti-vLt. Hftnlitij, Jut* 1. WearcalTur'd that the Danifh Troops pws'd the Wester, on the 26th ult. at Nuubmg, and the next 1% continjld their March thro" the Cpuntii-'s of Paderborne "d'Hefle, for Hanon, where they are to lalt till new Orikrs fWtvefjom PiinteEugmc. 'Diey write horn Hannover, ilut ^Rfgency of tli.it Lkilorat- ;.ad-proailJitcd tr.e Enj>cmticn wCoiijj anj frc,n l^j^ tj-al Uj-on ,he Arrival of a Courier WMnStockiiolm, the Government lid crdtr'd 6 RtgLir.e^ii a,'ll 2 0' Horfc, tu hu!d thcailci.tj rc^viy to oi-rcti, jpetoef to cover t'.-c lrontiers of the Lan^Tavute of Hctlc Jromany Iniult, in cil'e the Frcuth fhouM uki tlot �av ; �Uid likevwir, that the Militia ol th-t Co.ntry w.ii b; m�j the tune Ocuuicri Wc learn from Dre.ueo, tlwt K�g �i�ullui rttudi'J tm the ijjthot Uii Woniii tnxa the b'*v �l�iphck to St. IiulKufLjp- and parco-.'d lu proceed uc *ft Day to Drcidcn. UtLVfrrg, J$nt .i. The Army of the feulc^ of bcrwicJt continues cncauip'd at WifJotk * but we iirrtgine By the Difpo-f-tions that Ctenerat has cauf'd to be made; that h^intelids to tlx h� Head Quarters at thh Placf. Tlw (yoont of Bavaria is ma-ch'd with tome Troops to Spire, to ptoteft that Bilhftprick from the lncurfionj of the Imperialills, *�irfarticularly frith their Hufian. who lommit unheard of Ravages. Lieutenant-General de Qusdt, who wis detach'd with 4000 Men to put the Dutchy ot VV'iitembcrg under C^tHbutton, is tctum'd to the Army: He aajpToy'd^ that Expedition, The City .of Frankfurt having return'd ro Anlwrr to the frrft Summons which the fntendant cf the French Army fent the Magitlracy, in relation to their Contribution, a tccond havbten drfpatch'd thither, and nun tbtts. ___ PAUL-ESVft-IT FF.YD'F.'AU, rtCmtbt, " Ixwd of B � o v. "The Magiftrates, Bailiffs, Officers. Provblls, Lc. of the " City of Frankfort, are hereby tequir'dt* fend immediately " to the.Hcad Qijarttni of^a-jtiMA Cbtiftian Majerty's Arfriy; " one oa more Deputies, with lull Powers to treat concerning " the Contribution due to hit Majefty on Account of tlve Wa"r, " and herein let them fail not, under Pain of Military Com-** pulfioo, according to the utmoft Rigour. In cafe ot Com-" plianc.% tbcfc Prcfcnts will fcrve a? fufficient Pall'potts, for " the faid Dcpiity or Deputies, their Servants, and Baggage. " Gtvat at the Camp at Graben, the 18th of May, 1734. f EYDEAU, � Sjhit Ler,jfoift Cemtnand, "Gouiy." Fradfert, J mi 3. Th? Gtrrifcn of Rheinfclls, confifting of Imprial and Palatine Troops, march'd out the 27th ult. and were rcliev'd by a Detachment of HeiEans. The Han-.noveriaru who encamp'd 5 Days between Landcnbacb and Zeubach, have by this time joTn'd Prince Eugene's Army. The Pruiuans are not all arriv d there, but expecled Daily. Gait; WalUs, Gomnor of Mav'ence,._^rriv'd here-on Mon-day, and having vifitcd the Arfencl and Fortifications, return'd the next Day. - Dtalt Jim i. _ The Piinccfs Caroline, Captain, Kent, and Burfoid, are under Tail Weftwardj but the rert of the Men of War ftiHrttnairi, with. Crocodile, Aubin, for Africa'; Bed-well, Sacket, for Cadiz; Indirilrious Bee, Bnfford, for lifbon 1 Francis and Mary, Hodgfen, for Portfmouth. Yeftcrday atrne^^ down nndfaii'd through, Harle Frigate, Harlc, for Strcights. Arriv'd, Anne, Whigg, from TrapanJ j Philippa, Dewltow, fnrm Falmouth. Wind S.S.W. Gravtfini, Jtatt 3. Arriv'd, Samuel and Mary, Holland, ara Duke, Wiikinfon, from Norway j Betty; Norcomb, from JLifbon ; Woodhoufr, Sallett, from Bremen j Hampton, Mcd-'calf, from Feterlhuig ; Anne," Dematfc, Irom Leghorn ; Charming Peggy, Wolon, fiom Oporto; Recovery, Whcatly, frcm Jamaica. ________ London. Laft Week the Hon, Mr. Leflic, Brother to the Right Hon. the Earl of Rothes, was chofen Reprefentatiye lot the Burgs of Dyfait KJrkaldie, &c. As was likewife the Hon. Col. Philip Anflruthcr, Deputy Gorctnor of the Ifland of Minorca, for the Burgs of Anltru-therCrsil, fcc. And Sir Alexander Murray, of Stanhope, Bart, for the Bargs of Selkirk, Peebles, &c. . On the 15 th of laft Month two French Vefieb were call away upon trie Coail of thellle of Man. We tear there is to be a fine F.xcrcite perform'd this Week in the Downs by'aB the Men of War now lying there, in imi. ration of a Sea-Fight, in crdcr to inflruil the young Officers and Sailors. " ^. They w;ite from Yarmouth in Norfolk, that a Bonfire was is&deiiteie, cn occafion of the lateSuccciS of Sir Edmund JJacenir4d.\!f, VYcdehoufe-in -the Election for thlbCountyt-whkh ccutinu'd burning a whole Week, both Night and Day. On Sahday next the Right Hon. the Lord Vifcount Tor-rington. lately appointed Vice-'l rcalurer of Irelandir-togcther witn the Right Hon.' the Lord Tullamoor, Sir Thomas Pen-dergaft. Dart, and Counccllor Wallis, fet out together for Ctctlcr. in order to embark for Ireland. They write from Dover, that two Seizures have been lately made there of upwards of 150 half Anchors of Brandy. The Eari of Salisbury landed there on Saturday from Calais,iiaVing tnifh'd his Travels. Laft Week Tbcaus Barnett was indifted at the Tower Sefaocs, and �n'd, for riding Horfes overTowcrrhill. And we bear that Warrants arc out flgainft divers other Perfous, to apprehend them for the lame dangerous Practices. On Saturday Morning lali died at his Houfe at Hampton Town, jofhua Ragg, fcfqj Lieutenant of the fecond Troup of Horie Grenadier Guards. Yctlcrday a handfome Collection was made by the Merchants upon the Exchange for Relief cf poor Haymakers. The Beggar's Opera which was perlorm'd lait Night at the new Theatre in the Hay-market, was receiv'd with very great Applaufe. Batb, Mat ys. This being the Birth-Dsy of her Royal Higbnefc thi PRINCESS AMELIA, the fame was celebrated here with all poffible Dernoriftrauons of Joy and Rcfpedt. At Nocn the Ncbility and Gentry paid their Compliments to her Royal HighueG, and in the Evening there was a Ball. All the Windows in general were illuminated, and particularly Mrs. Lindfay's magnificent Ball-Room, which was executed in the following manner, being the Dchgn of Mr. Jacob Skinner, Engraver. In the middle Window was moft curiouily cOntriv'd ti*r Highce&'s Cypher, over which hung a large Compafs Pe-dimeiit, ecxich'd with Lawrel Leaves, and thereon flood her Hjgtncii's Coronet, beautifully diverfify'd with proper Colours, to that it appear'd as a real one On each fide of the fsme hung a Star, wtucb appear'd very beautiful. Then to defcend loner with the Eye, Uxic were thicc Sconces, the middle one High Water"** London -Bridge this Dayr at. 10 Miaow iHifr t intheNlotning j and 40 after jjnthei A^noon. ., Yellcrday Bank Stock wu M4. India t^�- Soat�-S�| fradmg Stock *61 half. Old rtnnuitin ici 3 4tKs, 163 t half* 103 1 4th. Ditto New Aftnultio �03 1 4th, 104, ^03 3 8th�, 103 1 half. Three per Orm. Annuity 9*. Million Bank ioj i halft African s�. Ycrk-B�iUi�t� %. Royal AiruraneeTji t half, a 3. I^ndoto Affurana if 1 Sths. New Dank Circulation 61. ji. Preia^ South4<� bonds 30V Prem,-Indiaditto4|j..a.46s. Thr�perOB�u ditto aos. Prem, Engliih Copper tl. 14*. WeBfc dm, Books (hut. firitojhtjitid Hifpital with Ckoth ami Halt, ft^Jb^ttgmn maimaiH J, may givt in tbtir Puftfahtt tbtm, f Royal Hofpiwl for Seamch. at Greehwtcb,;, : June 1, 1734. York-Buiklings Houfe* May 30, 1734, /IT a General Court of the Tort-Buildings- ^ Cprnfanykfld thh Dty, it wat fa a great Mtkritu 'Kit ttttnfiitX^ja'-Smlr^^Cmf^Si' RcfoW'd, redue'd one half. Hat e*tb rreptiitor of Stotk nftritivehft>all, at w Ufwt the 1 c/A Day of Jwat neat, tramjer tt tUCmttmmttikt* tfhh StotA. -; * That Bandi be made tat in Exebanitfirjhi Jim, tumid ' the /aid S/9ti at the Rate �f tot. frrGm. -~ 'flat the /aid Bt>ittfj itmad*payable the iztbef Jam atst. tb\i^U4bhk^^^jn^r}dMj6t.Cmpa*%'*EjtaHtt**Jl EftiKiW/ml lime at all tbtir juft DthsJbaUbrhtirwmmad di/}inguj/h"d. - ~"�* Tbat the fold Govtmor and Court of AJJtfanh It inffwutr?/. and they ate btrtby imfmnrtd to prepare tbt /aidBtmdt, and to txtcutt the fame under tbt Stat tf tit faiJCofpany, <%mtb all poffible Dihattb t rifry former Rtfotutlm of General Cawtt, or Court! of Jjpflafiti, tt tit mtrarfm
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