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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 10, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advettifcr. *  Numb, io-ty. M ON DAY, June to. 1734. a Iltmbourg, Jaiie tr. H IS Report of Count I'lelo's Death is confinn'd beyond a l'ol'ibitity of doubting, but the Manner of it �= difremrtiy related.   M. Bnukel, the Roifian Mi-nillcr, fays (and M. Pouifin, the French Miniltcr, has Letters to (he tame Effect) that he was ma (lacred by the French themfejves as he endeavour'd to Hop their Might and turn them upon the Ruffians : But other Advices lay, itat the French Succours which Count Ptclo had brought back ^'ffcthfellmunde ',f'nS 'arK'e^ there, took a Refolution on *ttoattack the ijommerfchantz { but when they came ; jgLjjt inlixetmion, theTrsoptiecmM very averfc !�&Quppn jSottrpri/c; however, at the Count advane'd himlelf be-4rtfe Troop*, and commanded them to follow him, they ^'itkfirft Retrenchment without much difficulty, but were 5�*'Jitthc fecond by the Steepnefs of its Afcent and the Fire ^e^nffianj.  flore Comt Plelo M'ij^Kcs^tiJVfulinjet Oftfc: the Thigh, was fore'd to fit down? in.wUich Pollute *2^.(tmiHt& animating the SoldicKs, and recharging a-Piece had io Ms Hand, till fuch time as he was quite difabled by i�q other Shot:  The Ruffians then rallying out upon the Fitsch^ difpttch'd him with their Bayonets.  Some fay the f�Kflloll 300 Men in the Aclion, and others 500, in which Vaftber are 14 Officers, and one of the  of the Princeis of Orange, who is expefled here in cig&t fciwDaysJ Count Ohkfield receiv'd an Exprels this Day 8w Vienna, who came through the Imperial Camp tail Fri-and brought him an Account that Prince Eugene dcfiguM the Necker as Yefterday, with an Intent tr marcn to I tit Enemy j fo that the News of a Battk- a foon expected * fat. June 8. WindK_. E. The two Admirals, wicb ninety ilchol War and three FireihTps, remain, wkh the Mcr. tktM Ships bound to the Eall.   Came down and (aii'd thro', l&m,--1 for Cadix. L  O  N   D ,0  N. Wterj from Paris;- dated on Wcdnefday laft, adviG- that wa� arriv'd ttere with an Account that Martial Jwrocwai kill'd bv a Cannon Ball near the Trcpchcs before �iupR>Ag; The fameletters add. that Marfluj. ViHar* *win'd at Tutin on his Rctuin to Paris, was taken ill "at Wace of a Fever, occafion'd by his great Fatigue in his J�"ey thither, and died after three Day�Sicknef�. Day their MajciUes and the refl of the Royal Family :       trom RielMnondto Kcnfmgten to Dinner. _ This Day a Colonel's G uard mounts at Kenfington. Tomotrow being the Annivcrlary of bi^Majetlv'i Acceflion ^BtThtone^ when he entcRv-into the 8th Ytarof his -Reign, '**rM�jeAieswUl receive the Compiimenu..-u�jhe NobiUiy *MOcntry_on that Occaiwn. W Saturday Morning her Royal Highnefs the Princefs A- tTr* Wii to f� out fioni the Bath, and to lay that Night at W d   Htn(?ni'�      at Marlborough -�tt Royal iiigbnefs f, exptfted this Evening or Tomorrow � T�r write from Dover, that the Kight Hon the Ix>rd Kljor, accompany"d by three of the Aldtrmen, was airj/d &n to take a View of that CaiUe ; and that his Lordllup* ^djt.inpaffing thro* the Downi.haymg faluwd Sir John Nor- ^%Briunnia immediately rcturn'd it by a proper Number of Gum. TisiuVd from credible Calculations, that the extraordmary "jtttMioo of Corn from Great Britain, nnce tic Troubles " r^if' Jutt ntxt, Q*djt%t   �f J tint Mints t� tit t*J, rrW rce Pwpnittrt m#t ', tit Mr l^lftf tbiir Sfref r�^rf^wr/Bwrt, #^cr^/V^*rt� the F'orejwen till    to receive the Remainder_of the laid Calls, ^ and witneis the Receipts.   To begin on Thutfthy i�xt, the bth Inilant. B A  N  K R  U 1* T S. Henry Marfh, bte of Prefect: in the County of Lancatler, Merchant      Linntn Draper. Thomas Eden, of Rillicpigite-ftreet, London, Linnen-Draper. Henry Hawthorne^ of the Partfii of St. I-uke in the County of Midaicioc ftackrainvSiffBerand Warehoufeman. High Water at London-Bridge this Day, ar 51 Mmutes after 4 in the Morning; and $ after 5 in the Anattwon. Saturday Bank Stock was 134 1 4th. Indti 142, a**. Scutb Sea Trading Stock 77. Old Annuities 103 i half. Ditto New Ajmuibes t-j 5 St-H*. a 7 8�. a 3 aths. Thnte pet C_a. Annuity 1 ath, a 1 half Million Bank io* , half. African 22. York Boiklinp 3. Roy�l Aflurance )3. London Aflarance n 3 8U�, a 1 h*l�- New Bat�V Circubiion 61. 10*. Pretn. Sooth's** Boada 36s. Prera. India dmo 46s. a 47s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 135. Prern. Engtifh Cooper il WeUh dmb Book* ftiut. AdmJraity-Ojficc, June 7, 1734. y // E Lards Commiffwneri of the Admiralty da Ivr.-hf gj-zz K&ice, Thai all JkcL Pnttfljm at box* bun granftJ bf t/jra fi*;t the btg-wtisg tf March Uji /� tbit tixit. art to djUiKue tn Farce for tbt Jfact af thru M?*/i'> bzgrr, fram the tm: that tb.-yztil/ txfirt after tbetr reffeBr.* Data ; ar.J if ,t tbcji Urjjbip', Dire&aai, that tbt Ofiitr$ tuLs^irg to bit Ma-jejKt FU;t ja nit Lmpft/t ami 3ir� ic^atpetxr p frvteTfeJ, frc-i-id(d tceh Samei, Apt and Dlferiftismi, art infer tid j3 fit j aid Pioieaivu.        By Command ot their Lcrdlhip;.   - ________   X- Bz^cU. Cuilom-Houfc* London, June S, 1734. By Order of the Honourable Commiflloncrs of his Majcfiy's Cullonis, &c. QN Friday the 14th InfianK at $ o*Clock in the jfterFSca, is.sU bt ej^JtaSjJe bjr^Mt/CaeJIt, in tbt len* Ktu^i of tbt Cnjitm Hiulit, LsrJ*t, txe bmnditJ and eighty Qajln ofrtfufd iFise, v.'cicb art ts be JijiilFd inUStandi, tr made into Fturgor, -tx.itoin three Mte/^i after the VuUven, (fttiJuMtt ti Latt) fir "jJbulta faj^i "t &tt*ri!f it ti be jiwj bf l**>fd, t*bt itix-cll'd te fesJzsing a /"-/*r CtrtifLaUJam itji' OJi:.iU^E*-TJe �.  -N. B. Caulogues wiU^xanely-difpervd, or to be bad at the King's Warcto�_-, where the Ceg_are-*obc._�n,- l��n WciSftfiiUjf tW � ziii imiara till the Time of Sale. - � � - - -   - - ?-� "T* U E Honcur 'jubub ycu have tot. in JjujIk^ eu ixe *j tie Reftfu*.tji*-iti FtKiiiiVlb-ttnet,  'June i'j.  17-34 To die Worthy Electors of the Borough of Southwark- nftri'J 6K tne, Jit y.uf /S:iw  ftr H'fJi tj rxfra't ice ;a/t itenji 1 ba-Uf ef it. M) Cifd^i tm jar Ssf.f.i, i'.M ijtreajttr brf caive, tj jia tit ijratiltiJt if my lleail; fur / Jj aj->i y-a, that the Si.n/itf if yzmr ittrt'.ri^i-:t,  and toe Prsjs^.'t^i if}*' FiJi:ity, dullbi it) ,;tfiant Et andbret^bt uf a /arrtFamify. The EIeclfibnTwill~Be bn Midfumnier-D�y, and 1 begthe Favour of my Friends to be early in theilaiL     _______--   ' .......      � f        r- � �    " i -       .....i -    �:-_-|: rTHE Ctcfar Gaily, John Ro"binfon, Maftcr, ,    now l��o|!i at tlmop Stain, leadv to take in Coodi a�d Pailtiu Ail* on Ucdoctojr or Tf�wfJiy-n�*t for.Scitbonm((h. AT the King's Theatre in the Hay-Market, Tomor*<,�, beu* iha iithof lui�, will tM prrtbnn'd R---------   . P A S TOR   FID O. An OPERA,  compw'd by Mr. HANDEL. Inttmix'd with Cborvflii. The Scenery after a particular manner, rit and Bni�� to be put togciriar, and tio Ferfbat to bf admitted nithoui riikcu, which will bt dclircr'd tl.at Day, at tbdOffittiik the Hi|-M�ikc�, at halt* a Guiau Meh. Caller^ Vi-By Hit M�jliTr'/ Command, No re'f'Wi v-iiatevcf to b� admitted bchiod the Utut, To begin at half an Hour after 6 o'ClpcJc..--__ AT the Theatre RoyaT in Lincoln's-1nn- rielJo.T�norro#, ihe nth uf June will or pttTorm'd ih� Uli ocw OPfcrlA, call'd A  R   I  A  D   N   E. lie Pit and Boxet art fat tegttbtr at Half � Gultutt. Fir/} Gallery 4 /.    Uf per Gallery 21. 6J. TicVn* will bcdch*crM �*i die �e()foid*Hca nn-iireei. ar White'* ClKAeliicliuulc in St. Jam�j'i.(lfeer, and �i the Oifac, utxr ikxjt 10 ihe Rntrautc  � tha Stage, ilili Day and Tomorrow. .-To begin exaaly at Seven o'clock. fin PrrCm whatever ui be admitted bdiuui tti�4�cr�i, . -jlLbif Majefty'i Beitr-GardeninHaekty-fisU,_________ This prejtnt Monday the xotb Jnftant, will be a great Day's Sport, ift. C"0 U R Dogs ta fight Letgo for Letgo, Jf/ at u>* t�inou� mud illio^tvo Hull, torrtrnioe*each, that U-g lildl i.� kili'd 01 rum        lolei fha-Mofitf-.----------- ii. Ty.�> ij^*�-totour'�l Vm* To light Un Iclgocl, funhff) ami faiielt in. ai my Lirfd I!urlington"�fim�u, v.'lifeiluil. �om�0Ou1,4 � ftooi Woulwiib, the other thojgjMtd imut trom fie*pi'�� inukrr. - jd. T�u 8e�r L\>t;� 10 Cht wo leitoei at (IitXirricuiiiawMirB Utar, for io 1. each, lie iba( |utnp� ecarelt h iMirk wirnitic Motiiiy. LtUvilc, A Hu'l iu be diell with fin> woiJ.i iUd ttrn'U Ivuff In tic Came-Dl��wrhr��ir^reel>o*'��iicrhiin, Httt, There tttU bt tuU tut Star-tailing every Mtniay, TUtfisy, andThmtfdaf.      . The Door� will be open a�--)-,  - -ina iht U11W. �n(>ii.)r in b� Mj'�tlj'�lto��l KegJ. meat ol N.nh tuiiJi futiticri, � mnr�ft4�4 Ut Mf HOD. tit Ivuti v*u-i. a,.", d-icccd the 35ih ot April Utr: Ht it  t ia'i> lit.v-njrn'j �t EJl"burth, by Sitn>o Saudyt, a^.t ij n l itia f ct'imta. �(iJ^h-^, ./ b/ Jvbo W�iii._uw, ia tv.� J a, Wood.   

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