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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 8, 1834, London, Middlesex S AT U R DAY, J un � $7-1734. jificriay arrived a Mail from Holland, frtfii the Camp before Dahtzicky Juiic t. ""|HE� good Order in -which the French retreated after failing in their Attempt to force our Trenches, was the Rcalon that their lots was fn inconliderablc. They Fad ncUabove i coMcn kill'd.but two of them were found to be Knights of St. Lewis, one of the Cfoltes of which Order General Munich fent ar way to the Emprcfs as foon as the Action was over, and the. other his fr.fljT.r fctpt ^oin r" 8wn Triumph. On the Morro�v frtCeir**^rjgihfbs were nude in the Camrv-to celebrate our sjtangge over the Enemy.. Daring the Time that the Saachwieemployvd in the Attack, the Damzickers nude . jA-m-ith isco Men. but the French beginning to beat-a "*3K� before ihc others were well got into the .Field, they jjaad without flriking a Blow, and perhaps by that Means yt demicives broken Heads, "lis raid the Dantzickers asjaaKo.�r later dian had been agreed upon, and that the frtdk impute their ill Succcfs in*the .Attack to this Dilap-We hivi Advice that the -Ruffian Fleet, coniilt- � 1 yffrax lately rcnirtfd into the Road of Dantzjck from c^exOB PHhst and Memel. will retire upon the Approach ^wFleet? and fome think the .Troops will reimbark and tbem. As the Saxon Troops tuve brought neither %3krj nor Ammunition to the Camp, the Bombarding is ii�8 slatted : But upon the Arrival of our Fleet, who has (jtoeScpp!/ eo board, we fhali renew it with Vigour. Jn jnyn Time all Hands are at Work to finifh a Bridge over datViMb. for the better fecuringa Communication between lie t�o Camps, and to prevent.intirely the Paffage of any �a* between Danrzickand Wcchfellmunde. They talk of g^jgMBq^rte Hdl callM Hagelfbcrg, in order to render wmt Anack let difiirplt. fmtix Ja;J Camf, Juiu 3. No News is yet come of the fleet. General Munich is under great Difficulties for want of "ftrfciaBJ^iy Wc arc affur'd that the Poles are gathering �al fide* to attack us, and that a Body of thole Troops ma-lsega For: to march towards Oliva, pafs'd the Villula at feubsc*-, in order to repair to Pillau, to wait the Arrival of g-ar*4tdnfojccrjici't c) French 'I loops which arc expected atianJ there. fnmtht ptnt Camp, Junt On the 3d the Dafiftickcn �tie a rigorous Sally upon us on the fide of Hagelfherg, and B&A if tmo Cannons and a Mortar. The Action was at-iaW �ih gteat Slaughter on both fides,. As we have^bcen ajec&d that the Palatine of Kiow is coming down upon us fiamerdu* Army,
al,,,Mii. *�ve aftually refund to crois the Sea �0* Relief of Nsplr. j"he Marquis de Rubi, Govermw j^AjK'Htrp i, liuie \ ltc,ov of Sltl!>> m tbc (OOOI 0f (joant **jkW, JJa , xhc Duke Regent of Wirtemberg ha> j�*|�ttti �*>i�l oj tiaq Armv ol the Kmpiu- Prince Kugene 10 x)* *�* be Jid not doubt but to be able in 1 Umx- to laiic Ulc birge gf Philipfburg. Sctwflwjti, Juitt 7". The Deputies of the laudable Hel-vetick Body have broke up their AHembly, without coming to any Rciolution with regard to the Neutrality of the Fotcit-Townj. UtMhrg, Jjiwcj. The Iwperiar Army has been TanrTy reinfbre'd by ten lUtialion.s and * Regiment of HorJfc, from Friburg and th.> Black Forctl. 'Tu auiirVl, that Prince Eugene will pafs the Neckcr Tomorrow, in order to advance towards the French Army : and we believe it the rather, becaufc the Pruvu.im. who are arrivM in this Neighbourhood, hare rccciv'd Oidrrs not to march to Hailbron. but to poll them-felvcs between Smihcim and Hifpacb. We have as yet no poiitivc Advice when the I'rench open'd their Trenches before i'liiliplburg.' but it is certain that they keep a terrible Fire againil that Place, irom a Battery in the Foit whkh the Im-pcnalills atvnidon'd on the other fide tile Rhine, and from another they,have rbn upon this fide that River. 'JHs. UioV that the late Rain, has done the French great Diflervice, it_ having both dainag'd their Works, and hlfd the Marllies rotind Ptuliplburg with Water, which they had before drain'd with the utntoll Dilltculty.____The Duke of' Berwick is certainly en- camp'tHn a very ntivantagious Situation, being u|xhi a tiling Ground, and having a Wood to cover him s the Approaches to him arc moreover rendcr'd difficult by means of"large Trees, which have been cut down and chaiu'd together for that Pur-pofc j but 'tis nevertheless ceitain, tliat Prince Eugene is xc-tolvM to attack him. Fntnijoit, 'Jam \o. The Dantfh Troops are flill in the County of l.ipp, but Prince Eugene has tent to itailcn their March. The heavy Artillery which was at Aiichalfcnbutg is on its way to the Imperial Army, who, as'tis alTur'd, dc-campM Ycllcrday to pafs. the Necket. Dublin, 'Jmie \. l.all Thurfilay Morning died at hi? Houfe on the Batcnclm's-Walk, Mr. John Fmtay, a very eminent Merchant, a GcntTcroan of V good Character, and one very much in the Intcrett of his Country, On Tucfday N ight a Whitehaven^Ccal-Ship was flranded on the-North-Bull, but stc dp not near that fhc hath rccuv'd much Damage. This WccK lev()rai fine Troop-Horfcs landed from F.ngbnd, for the U\e of the RightHon. General Wynne's Regiment ol Horfe. Jits Mojefty har been pleas'd to appoint the Hon. 'James Molefworth, Etq; to be Captain of a Company in the Regiment of Foot, commanded by the Lord Molelworth^ His Majvlly has been likewife pleas'd to appoint Jumo Juers," Efq; to be Enfign in Colonel Comwallb's Regiment of Foot. The Right Rev. Dr. Berkeley, Lord Biihop of Cioyn, hath made a Preieitt of a F'ont of Greek Types to our Viiivcriity Printing-Ofrif.', tl>e~Foundatiouof which �yas lately.bid, aiwl is going on with^good Sucoels. __ Deal, Junb. Wind N. E. by N. The Outward bouud faild this Morning Wefl\vardt but his Majelly's Ships arc itill hetc. Remain Sedgwick, Fiarman, for the Eall ; I.ovclv Mary, Carol, for Hamburgh. Ycllcrday arriv'd and tail'j tjiis Morning for the River, pevonfhire, Pru;ce, from luca. L 6 M D O N. The Londonderry, Capt. K�l|patrick, was loft coming over the Bar at Carolina, bound to London. * Ycllcrday the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of London, mn at CbriiKChurcb in Ncwgatr-ffreei, to chute Members to the enfuing Convocation, when the R�. Dr. James Knight, Vicar of St. Sepulchre's, and the Rev. Mr*.William Butler. Minillcr of St. Anne's Alder (gate, were cliofe dieir Rcpiclcnrativts. Their Graces the Duke,-and Dutchefs of Richincad afe ar I'v'J at the Hague, inthcir Way to the PrinceU Royal's Court at 1�warden, from whence they return to Holland when i.er RoyalFlighnefs fcts out forFngland, and proofeds to Paris by the Way of F'landers, txrpay a V'ifit to his Grace's Giasd-mother the Dutchels of Puitfmouth. His-Excellency Mr. Walpolc is expefled home this Day frfim flolland. Tcllerday Morning Mr, AndrcwVs Bay Horfc- ffvf&i / ralfi from Plyde-Park Coruer ,|o Hounflow, for 50 Guineas, a-gainll Mr.Sjnith, of Chdca's, Kiili'triaukry, which wai won by the former t the latter having the Misfortune to fall ui;h his Rider at Ilaiumerfmitli, |vas fpre'd to give out. Cargoes of the DevonOiirc fiom tkngal, as likcwifc of the Compton and Wyndham from China, jutl aniv'd cu Account of the United Company of Merchants of England trading to ttieEaft-lndics, vk.- L�a ThuHday tFe Right Hon. t^e Earl of Sabfrmty. is ratefy rrrum'd from his I hktL% gave a grand Enttttiinmentf to fe\�ral iVrfon* of DitUnAkm at his Scat at HatficW in Hert-fordfhirc; and Ycfterdajr he atriv'd � his Houle inGobJen-Square j andthi�l>ay goa�Rrclu�Si�d to Wait on theirM�-jetties. ...... On Thm0ay Night Sir W.lliam Wywlla�rr Bait, ��d hit lady the Marchkwfs of Blanrjford, ^tal fro* 'kl'S�K at Holypott mar Windibr, to Sir William*! Hottfje to DcMriftnttl and Yefterday de i grand Knremin�l|| li�lla*biir of tbeir Nuptials to (event Pettbtts of Qoality ^tmhB^k^ ThehneColW\ionof Pklurcswhichjh�hHikkMNor-ton; Efo,: left as a legacy to his Majefty, ajt oroVd to be. clcan'd and put up in Rkhmond Houfv, , This Morning the King's Carriages goes from St. Jtmes's to Richnrond. to remote tbefr Majcfttc* wd t,oe telt of the Royal FamitierB*g^gttt>-Kcn�ington.- - \ r V- - - The...Rcr. Mr.lngi�ra has been htetv prettied to twftccf-rory of Yeldcnand Skcfton in Bedfofidihire. A>n Monday UlVMr. Wiiltamfon, cldell Son of Robert Wil-. liamftm, ofSunes, El^j wa^ drowned in the TtMttn 11 he' tvas Inthing there: Hchappcn'd to venture beyond hit depth* and being taken up by the Stream, was dalh'd tgainll one of the Sterlings of Stanes-Bridgc withfuch Force that his SkuU was found tubeftacWd when taken up. #1 Ycllcrday about 4 o* Clock, a Boat going from. London to Rams, with three Pailengcrj, was over let by a Hidden Gull of Wind, ovcr-agatnll the Waterworks at Cheliet, by whkh Accident a Gentlewoman was drown'd. fiotwithftanding the~ immediate AfliJlancc of tftt> I'lthermcns Boats, who ttted in s-ain to five her. On'Fhurfuay Night a Firehappen'd in Shad-Tbame*,. bf~~ whkh a poor Woman was burnt in fuch a manner that her LUe is tlctraii'd of. ' ' High Water at Umdvin-lfriugc this Day, at 49 M alter 5 in the Morning t and 3 after 4 in the Afternoon. Mmutc^ Addaties Biftaes Bed Damasks-JJhillaes -~ Ciiints -.....� Chowtars -- Chucklaes -Coilkes � . Cuftitaei "~ Doojboties -~~ -- Eijittties .. Gorgoions him Gothecs -- --- � Gurrah* in-m Ditto Ijong -- Handkerchiefs -... liumhum? � Jjcowrics '- Mulmuls � -..... Ntllaes �� ' ' � � � � � Phuttes - - PoHb-. Roinali - � Ditto Silk Lunge Sanitots ---- Sattins. 1 1 - - Pieces. 1885 7379 500 44?� 5 HQ 146H 1 jo 1144 1360 19JO m. i zoo 4-'�> 21 iH �7S 4*4 > 20 23878 574� t'OO 700 f>it Scerbrtfcer - Sceriuckcis ---- Soofrys TafVajies rtri^ Ditto China Tanjecbs 'J crnndamj Pitxes 00 86 ChclU China Waic Shagreens-- Scerbands � ,. Bciidcs icvera! Panels 0/ Gottis, uot > et knov/n. 4500 Cotton Yarn 4i jV4ji^ Tlane per Cent. Annuity 92 1 4th, a i" half. Mu^n Barik 105 1 tialf. African 3-2; York-Buildings |, Royal'-'AJBi^,! ranee 93. London AHurancc n } 8thfc.�-|-liiafc^fiteiLL Bank Circulation 61. 1 os. Prem. South-Sea Bonds 3II. Prem. India ditto 46s. a 47s. Prem. _ Tnree pec Cent, ditto Prpm. Fnslilh Cornet iL 14*. WWlh ditto Books flint. Adiwralty-Oiiicc, June Jt, 1734. fill E J^itdi Commi�: bit ;,/.'m Flett J* m>l imfrrA Men tubatfetvtr Jo pre/ecltj, fty* ~ -^jfJihth s�m*, 'Jgtt **>* frjeriftitm,'artiif/irdd^Hm-^t ' By Command of their LordQiips, 7. BttrthilL Hoyal I logical lor Seamen, � GrejHtMch^ \ jutieT, 17.34. fllK Direflort of bis Mafijlfs KowJ llofpttal * fa SrnxMiH, at CtteetnviJ), Jo hei'tlygivt NtHier,- that J&iHt M'vJL 1$ lfm\ ~n "'"i^l E"Jeav3utt t a�.the Brird-in Hand un StratrVid, in the iaid County of E Hex, on Monday tlio 271/1 of May% 1734. COMPL.ilNT bang made at (bis Mutiny that Cartiag. 1 ftquffiitj faj'i tb*.jjtwMLl*!J!t}hiM)to~ /aid Itnidt, wfe iavi'X any Regatd (# Itto fivrrnl Atft of tafttamrnr s ret ear mad* ia tin ylfYatrtf tie Riieti af tit .'ate Aliif/i't Ai"X ,j..uJtd fr tht ju'--:e, a.aiding 10 lb* Dirtttiwu of fbt (aid A.ti f Paflia-ttni. THOMAS DUNNE, Clak In tht fjudT'njitti.
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