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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 11, 1834, London, Middlesex                                lip v* $f the Daily TUESDAY, Jt/NB ^,.1734. ...... I a*C'Jf-.1 Tefitriay arrived a Mad frtm Ilsu.vtJ. ,   � Naples, May 25.        _ HE Court ha* iiTufd Orders to the Magiftrates cf this City, to make the neeetiary Preparation* for Don Carlos'j Coronation, which will fhortly be per-�>rm*d here with all po�b*jCj>oferanity. The young Prince is rtfclv'd tm found his Tyrone in the Hearts of ha People ; and to,that End. cafts about dady t'er Opportunities to �bew his Benevolence and Genercfityi *Tb certain r&tW Behaviour has imirdv won the Affedkn of hbnew gafcjfftj. They write from Tripoli, that the Bey having re-tov'd Advice that this Kingdom was no w do longer andcr the Gcrcroment of the Emperor, has order'd a Corfair of 40 Guns, -ii^anShet of 26, roputtoSea to cruiie irpon oar Ships, frtw lie Imperial Armynear Celirrt.Jmtt 3. We Jure wjtiVd curfelvcs of Colorno, and taken about 90 Prifbnrrs ; b�this Advantage is coauter-halanc'd by the Death of General jjweiilk. The French Army has pab'd the Po, and is en-OBp'j ;a oar Front, in order to prevent our penetrating into yePamizan. 1------------------- TiWtktCttttfcbefirtPhilfyf&ayg, 7aw4. Laft Night the Pjkeo/ Berwick open'J Trenches before the Place with four Bvo!'on* �^ Stench Guards, fupportrd by 2400 Workmen, - jirfJott not ore Man. That General has taken upon himfclf the Conduft otthe Siege. He has caus'd his Infantry to enter the Lines, to the Number of 52 Bartalionj, bat has a Corps deReTave of 29 Battalions and 19 Squadrons: The latter encamp on the Right from the Upper Rhine to the Brock Sato, and on the Lett from the Lower Rhine to the tunc Brook. - The ether Part of the Cavalry b divided into two Bodies, one of which is at Spirebarxh, under the Orders of the Duke of KauHes, and tbe other at Graben, commanded by M. de' Qtodt ~ Trtrs lit Camp befert Dahtziet, June 9.   Yefterday the -JbsGan Fleet was fecnotF Piltau; that of France is dill in the _Kiad of Dantzick.   We are confident that a Naval Engage-tystt moil enlue, for the Ruffians have Orders to attack the Prfflch. Paris, Junt 11. Letters from the Camp before PhrJjgJbnrg. sinfe/that the Duke de Noaflles commanded in the Trenches ~" �the 4th at Night, and the Prince de Tringri on the 5th ; that they had fbrm'd three different Attacks, anj that the "1 Siege wtm on with great Succe& and httle Lois, ratwitbsbndr ing the Heat of the Enemy's. Fire, which the Force o! our feceries would however foon pot a Damp to.   The King has wrote the following Letter to the Duke of Berwick : ' I undetftand, Coulin, with great Concern, that nothing -'but Plunder and Confufion poilcts my Army in .Germany, ' fpite of all thofe Examples of Severity y cu have been oblig'd * to make, as well of the Officers as Soldiery. 1 am detcr-' min'd to fupprefe a Praflicc (b contrary ^ to Difcipline and Older, and even to the Safety of my Troops, therefore write ' rou this Latter to tell you my Intention is, chat yoo not only ' bug up the common Soldiers who dare difbbey the Orders ' yoa give out, but that you tmpritbn the Captains of thofe ' Companies to whom fuch Criminals are fcend to belong ; and ' further, you are to fend me the Names of those Colonels of .'Regiments who do no?, find Means to trftrain their Troops ' ficro committing Difordere, being perfkaded, that it the .^OfficrrsTcept a llritt Hand thefe Inconveniences might be pre-' wmcd. \ cu cannot too often repreirnt to them, that they Mfcsll be dtem'd icfponliblc for the Acticcs cf thofe who are HttdfT their Charge ; and thi> being the d tf; oi tbcic Prclimts, * 1 pay God to k-vp you, Couiin, under "firs Wtwthy Pio- * tettm/ - LEWIS. Frcnlfort, J lift 13- The French Army u very ftrccgly tKimp'd, having thrown up Retrenchments wheVe the Wood to tat fufficiemty cover U.em. The Siege of Philipfburg is risoronfly pufh'd by the French, and as bravely dele *lcd by .tit Garotortr- _ Dial, Jur.e 9. Wind N. E The Ships remain as before. LONDON OaTueQiylaft c^meo-i itHoly-Rood-Houf<- in F-dinburgh, of ll,c Suttt.n Moblemcn torcprrtrm the Peerage � StoslsBd is tieenluing Parliament, nkn the tollowaig tan v.i  the Maioaty ol 49 Voices agatnfl tf ".TT. VIZ- :4cc tbe " Duke of Buccieugh, Knt. of the Thutie ^iiUtace-t-he �hkr of Atholt, Knt. of theThylle f��      i i^n. liic Marquis of Lothian, Knt. of tncTbiOle *�Kigfirtiic3 th- ^rl of Cra* otd * -'-ri of Siirhcilji^d * 1 .ri sf Finhier ____ * Larl ol LoudouQ * Earl ct BalcarM li-ia ui Hoptoun Earl ol Ilay tarlofieikirk Earl cf Orkney, KnfoT the Thiflfc Earl cf Dwiiuo'e * Far! r� Po.-trnore, Km of the ThilUc Eaii of Mcrt^n, Hau 01 u-e Tluulc * Allan Lord C^u.cait. � �J� on whom the M;noniy tell was as fol'iow^, vis. *"� ^iace the Dakc of �laaiiitcn. Km. ct tlx I tollk t Ouke of Mcntroic Dalie of QLcer.fo.-rry m a 1,   Dukc c* Koxbui^u. Knt of the Garter �e M�a Hon. the f .\fai4^ c*,T�.^J,-*�H�ghtHoo the + Earl of Stair, Knt of iheThiitlc t Earl of MarcLmcxtr, Kt- of tuTtuilc + Earl of Hc:i^s + Earl ol Hidthogtcn f E^il 01 Ciiti.ccsa 1 Eirt of Bjcfun Earl of Abcideen Earl of DcnJwiwtld Earl of SuathriKiic / Earl cf Glaigtw l^trd Mpi..r.j!icn. \ Pltr, Sfceto. 1Mu.VwnPa�y. came 10 rxr Xtooca^ *t W ***** "P     River by 63 , lands, pan of  _______ J*J>fWan who Jmprdi'd the like Stuaber lon^ias to Letter* from the Rhine advifir, that fames Fitit^James Duke Of Berwick, having been in rhe.Trcnchea before Philiprtiurg on Saturday Se'nrhght,- \vas mounting his ttorfe in oWcrto return to his.Quartern when a Falconet Ball toxikjumitt the Groin,, and he espir'd foon alter.  Hb Grace was natural Sou of the late King James, by Mo. Arabella Churchill, Siller to the late Dnke of Marlborough, and ha*Uhe Title of Duk� of Berwick, as likewrfe the Garter, conferr'd upon him by that Prince.  He ferv'd in the French Army from his Infancy, and difljrtgutfh'd himfclf in feveral Aftions during the late Wat.  He rofe to be.Marlhal of France,, the highcil Hsnour Ae Chriiliai) King cart bellow, not more by Favour than by w� Services to that Prince, andiu he was one of the oldell, lo was the brtl General the French had.  He has left three Sons, theeldeft Dukeof Fire-James, the fecond Duke of Litta in Spain, laving recciv'd that Honour from his Catholick Ma- � Jrtly, whofe Ambailador he was fome time to the Coutt 0! ] Vienna, and the third b in the Service of )the Church. Our Letters add, .that upon the Death of the Duke of Berwick, the Prince deTtngry, the Duke de Noailles, and the Duke dc Richlciu, took upon thern the Command of the three Bodies into which the French Army is divided 1 and the Count de Bellifle. and the Marquu d'Asfeildt, continued the Direclion of the Siege. ' Prince Eugene the fame Day quitted his Camp at Hailbron, and as 'tb aflur'd that he purpos'd to have attack d the Ftench on the Merrow, had not thu Accident happcn*d, the Event of the Battle is every Moment expefled. The Hon. Col. John Campbell, Groom of the Bed chamber to hb Majclly, has been rechofen for the Shirt of Dunbarton in Nortb-Bnrain. As has hkewife Sir John Anflruther, Bart, for the Shire of Fife. Alio Sir Arthur Forbes, of Craigie, Bart, for that of A-berdeen. And the Right Hon. Duncan Fotbes, Efqi for the Diftrifb of Fo|ref% Ihvemefs, Nairn, &c. Sir James Campbell, of Arkingles, Bart, is cliofen for the Sbiie of Sterling^4ft-the room of Henry Cunningham, Efqi who had repretented thfrfame in fix Parliaments. The Hon. Thomas Lyon, Efq; Brother in Law to th* Eail of Strathmore, b cleAed for the Shire of Forfar, in the room of James Scott, of Logic, Efq; who had fat in the lour preceding Parliaments. They write from Edinburgh, that the did City was never known fo full of Pcrfon* of Quality andDillinftion as at present, and that there was like tobe good Sport^t the Races. His Majei1y*s Ship the Terrible lies before Leith, tmpteffing Sailorrfrom all tbe Ships that arrive there. Yeftetday the Right.Hon. Sir CharlesTWager; Maftcr of tbe Trinity-Houie, accompany*d by the Elder Brethren of the tame, went to their Houfe at Deptfofd, and from thence, according to annual Cuflom, proceeded to Church, where a fine Ant htm was perfortn'd. after Divine Service, by the Gentlemen of St. Pad's Choir. About 4 o'clock Sir Charles and hb Company retum'd to din* at PtmtackV We hear that Capt. R^adboh is chOfcn art Elder Brother of the Trinity-Houfe, in the foonTof Capt. Hitchcock, deccas'd. Thb Day the Artillery Company will perforin an Uxercife at Arms before the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, in RcfpcCi to the Day. ~   ftw, 7��9. The Wind continuing at N.E. Mowing hard and cold, the Lord Mayor of London took Coach Yeller-day, with two Aldermen and the two Sheriffs, on their Return to Town.   His Yacht remains Wind-bound. We hear from Sandwich, that the beginning of laft Week a Horfc of that Port wax. taken mad, an Accident very uncom -mem, and ran at every thing, he faw, but was kill'd without doing much Damage. Mackerel weie fold here Yeftetday 12 a Groat, frefhand full. Briflol, June 8. ~Extra3 of a Later from Femtfttt a Merchant btn. A $kjo|LJLhat I partly freighted to the Streights with Pilchards retum'd laft Week, and brings an Account from Gibraltar, that the Rofe Man of War, and tone fmall Cruizer, have been over the Bar of Sallce, and burnt two of their Rovers, of about twenty Guns each, and all the~Srnalf Craft theymet with ; that tbey have l-ut one Vcflel left,- which is a Brigan-tine now our, and our .Ships" 'are in Quell of her. So reckoning that Affair will foonbe madeeaty, and being undergo prefene Apprehenfton of any cfthsi Enemy, I dedin'd making Infu-rance, ice. Htgk Water at London-Bridge thb Day, at 29 Minutes after 5 in the Morning; an^ 47 after 5 in the Afternoon. Yeftciday Bank Stock was 134 1 half. India 143: SouiJ.-Sra Tradjflg Stocky 1 half, 3 Atbs, a 8. Old Annuities 103 1 half, a 5 8ths. Ditto New Annuities 104. Tnrf* per Cent. Annuity 93 t half. Million Bank ioj I half. African zz. York-Buildjngs 3. Royal Afl'uran^e 93. London A durance 11 r half. New Bank Circul.irion 61. i2�. 6d. Prem. South-Sea Bonds 37a. Prcm. India dirto 50 s. Prcm. Three per, Cent, ditto 23s. Prem. Kngldh Copper 11. 14s.   WeUh ditto Boolu fhut. York-Buildings Houfe, May 31, 1734. f H E Governor and Court of JJJiJlantk of tbe Yirk-BmUtngiCarnpaiy da btrtby ti-ve. Sulict, (furfuaul ti a Ktptultan of (be Central Court, held tbe lift and z^lii Imjiutt J (/.at faeb Prcfritiou ivbg are Dtfuulliri upon tbe tit a lajl Calls, tbe Call gf one and a half ftr Cent, and \hie Lai/ ftrCtnt ate to fjy in tbe fame, on ur before tbe l^tb of "Job* next, liben lii'jd) at 3 fer Cent. Interejl, per Ann. will b* ijfutd tbe fame, on the Security of tbe Company 1 Water-iit/ii, KSfw f*ftht Bridrt'Metfttti if this Citt, r"� th rwm tf Mr. fob* WM, dettasd; taxing bet* m tftafihtpr i* fir tstrtp ef St. Stpukbiti i*i�ttty-frvt* Ttart, **i bit** trwrsww *f lit Cimpan punt* nv� Ytetni *�i Kuf tbirttt* CMl***, �� cf -which are ft ill nnfrmidsd f*ri and im thtt tVmrtlimfyf 2000 /. in 'Trade, by tvkiib mtmni It si *Cttf ttdntd, N. B.  At the tall Elcflion for Bridp-Mafter, 1 had tke grratcll Number of Handj. rvrfcL^^i* Perfao clofted. Tbit ii tkt fsurtb timt of Pttitumxg.   lit EleSim �t*f * To the Wortliy Liverymen ot the Ckf ot London. G ? NT i. e MB S, ----- ^THERE being a Vacant} for aBrid^-Maper* by the Death of Mr, John Won, / tarxlly rt^tfft tit Faviar �fymr t'ett and Jnttrtji tt btint efymr B' idge � Mjftrr 1, having bttn bred a Merchant, and Jrtt,t? ikt Bbikjmitli-Ct*** fany, and have been mftn tbe Liven nfwardt *f tteien^tfmf Ttan 1 but having mtt ivith great Ljfftt by Sea*** tmndt *� htpt for jour kind Indulgtnet, in being ft pad at it *fft*r tmrij in th Hall en Midlkmmr-Day next, it fevw m Votes, nd-icb tvilt U graufully aikmnxU^d bp. Gentlemen. Ytmrtmft tbedient brnttblr Srtrtfef, WILLIAM DAVEY^ AT the King's Theatre in the Hay-Market* th�� 1>J�, txina the irth of Ju�, wiU t* f�*ti��t�*4 --� V as TOR   FIDO, An OPERA, compoiM by Mr. H STSTDE Li Intermix'd tw'/i Chvrwgii. - ' The Scenery after a paitkuLr manner. Pit aod Boiel to. to put together, and      fwfoin i* tm aAwitrJ without TUkcm, *hith wilt be detim'4 ttta %Hf. �r ch�gikci>* the Hay-Marker, at half a Guinea each. Caifcrt 9� By Hit M � I I 1 t T*t Cmmemi, Ha Petfoat whatever to be ajwiwaat t> timt ir-c fOMSL To begin at half an Hour after 6 o'clock. LmcolnVlnn- Hi b* (wffcat*4 tlw AT the Theatre Koyal  in hic.14*, ihi* pay. rh^ 1 ith ot J�C 1 '�" nsw oPhHA. cuU'a A  R   I  A  D   N   E. \ fit Pit and Boxes art fat tcgetbtr at Half a Gam*.   � Firft Gallery +t.    Upper Gallery x*. bd. Ticker wilt be ttelifcr'4 *t ih� Bfiifoi4-Kca4 li�n> �� fewtatsp. ton Hirer, *r Whitc'i Cli.xoUftliuoft In JX JuacxVthcct, ao*tS iM Office, uezi boor 10 die fimran.v WV the Mage, rtit Dj�. To begin exactly at Seven o* Clock. No I'frGin whoever (  ht i.!mitic  morru'w die llth Inllam. *>H f* (wrtcf*'4 � Tt�al -� .iWlftSi* .tsHa=tuiloM, ih% Cr�ai M iltcn ia (bit N .bit A". c�/J tHfea**.  r James   Sii e uoct.    - And '  '       = William    B a b to w,      ____ Co Ijfl-plariuH ai ufual b? Cipr. Vulgar'* Comftsf, n d'terni* Cent cnien cill 1 lie Mallrr. motu, whiih �i>i tt t K-.-oUs S..,:x, n(l tatm in K'll;ir>  .tw pany at Uutlin, or lurrc tier h.injeir r* fer� */. at. mnytt OS&atr ot rUe UiJ Ut>irucm ittriinJ �ut�n 4 Ski*;.!-,. [�� Oij^j te tw�i�'d � d [inri'J �! tn bly tm:<�Ue*t*, Agcni ro rhc HegloieJ: �I Uub.i'i, feLbi^jL- �*{*si�p ; Oof, fc'q if.ti iHC^aitt t\, ij* (So 1    Wtiuevcr hai l'tuu Neck wui.sur in; tNiatcr. ui-nc: fewtsg bfa* 10 the liiuc I'oir Siab!c-)�'d m Litre ,v.o.rBKi^ , -Juii rvO'C tiii. * Guidch Kcuard, and wi l^jc!�ioni tii'4. 0- N, greater Rcwtti -ill be-tFci'Vi. 1 - OST on Thurfday laft in the !�vc/iing 'rona ' iouibimp ..a llraet, lU.Kxntbury. * b�-* >^*-^' * F�*F ht. atom 14 I..*Imt� high, fjogtarrV t-'t, '- ���& � J*44*^**** down hi* ��* N�> aim �e-^- ^b">*-   

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