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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 12, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily; Advcrtiier. W E �> N E S DA Y. Ji/n* 11. 1734. jtf.erfay arrived a Muil from France. Turiny 7/lW 2- H E two Armws centincr fliil to the lame Poitrrre ; snJ by the Accflanu from the French. Camp it .-.ppears, thit the Impcm'tilis had no:} ft nude any Merlon towards Parma. The Report o!' the Fma!efc having revolted againtl the Republic!; of Genoa is oinhtnYd, and that the Inhji.->i:,in;�, thiougkcut \\x whole iVartjoifatc of 1 iri�l. had fet ___________      up a SuiJ-iaffrt wtfii tile Arms of t^x,fpJn, and Sardinia. fair'-; J met *$ 'I lie Daniili Co.m teturn'd cn the AlrooJ, accomparu'd by ti:t- Margravine, vvha had tes�Attfich 10 ft* hef Daughter, and^tkt at the Marriage ^Htrr^inn PriiKic-of Olttrife with the i'.irrrdi of Rirciih; A-friebaion wbcrcbf has cc-nduJcd with a Mournings cc-rifccliiythe Death ol rte reigning P.ince M. Bracket, At Rs5li� Mminer. recriv'J Ad. ice by a Staftctte on the ,iC tfcal the F�nch:5bipTiSterc-reiart!''d froth Dunt2ick into ^jteaacf Cop;nhag|(j, aesliud:bt.o�L: withthein a RulUan fr*ae Cl ~>z *-'uRs� a!:  Allies, when he allow'd (lie . P-sel the t'fs of his Ports; and rhrrefcrc reclaiming his Da-^yaifiyVAfTukncc againil them .as Enemies and Aggrel-^ "ffccCbuit has returu'dno Aniwer yet, but an extraordi-jc* Cccccit was held in the Afternoon, at the Conckmon cf ,fticS a Courier was difpatch'd to .Ccpenhagrri: The three JkcoMrt Vbipf, one of wnich is F.iiglilh, paving been unladen, met izitBe&atcly rcleaidT Thcie Ships bring Advke, tUt tkRulcan^'adrori' confillingof about twenty Sail ofdiffc-KSicrts, b aftually before the Mouth of the\ iftula. The Ecpaw having grant^a-Ncatraiity :o tliis Tovvn\) favour of "SsrTrjdc, thvy arc now i-rfing the Contributions with all ^ed fcr the Service cf his Imperial Msjefiy. and the Em- heii, J*** 16.   ' The D.Tith of the Mnrfiial de Berwick  rnbhCrius, may pcU:; ly pr: �  * r ii C irukc to us, but no  ftoni ti.c Rhm, ij        jsiews, and whether P,.;nce  Fxjfee c rcuuc or kept at a Ihi'ance, 'tis rnisch thffamc  diag toocr Army. The Lui Au.ices fro:n Philiplhurg im-' nwj'd ia in Tears, vvhilll thry iriionr.'d us of tl�e unhappy  Aoa&nt u> oar t icceial i bvx cn the o:l.er hand, the iuc-^te&nhich^c Bciiegers gain d-.i!y in their Advances bslt-e  iia� Pbce, givrs ibme little AUeviaticn ta our Sorrow. *Ob Letters from Ital), ii ;-ou believe ilx&i, and believe " lieQj ca doubt, ail true yrirBchijen J^', lpeak of nothing ' ka TriaaipKs and \'if lory, cn the p^rt of oorirlarcs srai 4 f ritnd.', atd of Dultcii and Flights on the part of ;hc Kiu-' mj; tbty fay that cf the 9000 Impenalitb which were in 'tie TrfiBches near Bitonto when the bee Action began, ' j;ob had been already taken I'rilouers, and 'ruas belitv'd, ' doi a tvmg Man of them would efcape.   Our Corrcfpondeni  nimthqs from Parma, * A huge Body of Imperial Troops, " coBUBanded by M- dc Ligneviikv having thrice attempted "tocKcr the Village of Colorno. were as often repuls'd, by "a-Putyof no more than 400 French, who, at latt, ovcr-0 cotte with Shame to fee fucbra heavy Corps of Troops wake " 00better bead agairul a hand'ul ol Men, quitted the Place "totbtra, having hrfl taken off the Imperial General, and " jooSoidkrs, to (how what they could have done it they " lad ut cfcoie to withdraw. " I-8*rv, J*xe 13. The States of Holland have this Day re- fas'j tieii Aiijrnibly. By Letters from the Rhine which ar-in'i here Yclrcrday we have AdviiK;"that tl�: Garrtion ol ^ipfbotg having optn'd the Sluices, which over-flowing the TitKias, 4so JSaasEh. had been.'ilituwjud Ansim. i jwj.4 that haw-Eugenr defign'J to paU the Neckar Si Monday lait Tt* HsnMitary Prince of Ortfnie has noiify'd t� die States lafe'j ^Janugc with a Princda of Cultnlucii L.treith. . .JH JTj�r 10. Wind N. Hi, MajeUy's Snips ftill re-faii, u.iu> two Merchant Siiip. bound lor the tuit. This came down arul lail'd, Loudoit Mcchar.t, TI:oma�, fcf'Ciia'rjbSph and Jan>7"Jointer, for Janiaica ; Ponspcy, �oo, S&r Lrghem ;----, llaikin, tor Lilbnn. L O N   J> O N - ' 'Tbe Fitsch Mail �iidi axuvi Vcttcr^, cenferms the Ai�iojfuasaly brought by a CouniT to i^e Spaml)) Ambaila-Ccc t, arj infrned in tl�b Paper 01' Wxdncfiby lail, in relation to tie Defeat ol tfce ImpetuliiU near Lolotno, by the French .�srssy; itad^ .that the Frerxl. lnit.2.00 Men, a Colonel *yTtbe LwateBant-.Goueta!.at the Oruiiance, but ttuc iUc Gtrnaiahadai leail^ioo Men kul'd and woi.nJet'. Vcfitrdiy Uing the Aniuv. r,.ry uf Ki5 Majcilv's Succi-injn to At Crown, tntie was a imratiau^ siA fplci.diii Appearance *0�ri of .the Noiiiiiy, Foreign Mini:tc:s, and wi.cr Per DiiixiAiun, 10 cojiphntcu: tticir Majv-liioon that h.ippy "�aa^c The Gunj u li.c Pur!; anJ at ir.c lower wue *r^l, ar.d all p^b]�ck Deciontlration, of Joy were in-Jr. Tfcfl f�mc l),y the Rsgbt Hen tnc Lord Mayor. A!J;r ks aad Shtutli wctl in:Lc:r  . h:s LoidtkiL-1.   CfcatUu prtaa'd. , r Tbe Artit!ery Company pcifbrm'J a fcne Exetcill cn iht 6�eOccafiuh r  ' ^ And the Ckrkj and other Ortccrs cf the Bank bting dra%vn � ia rite Court More ttat Place, uud tiutcA ula� of ^bout toMufaucu each 1 ime TtiiDay his Ejudlcncy M dc Ct.avign.-y. the French WuuiitT. 8iics a-^.aiuJ Lwcnaii;nici4 to Irvcial ol tbe No ^-i'y. lorcsgn M:ni!�r.-s, ,Bll        iv,;0a uf DUtincttoa, cn ACto.nt of i:x(^CIi Q. Kr-i.^-a Bi.-d.-Dj). vvl.o ��en r.:o u.r j, tl \ . Jf oi i.ci A. e Hi* M.ijtily nat bse^t pteafod to appoint Major Gledh'tU. Sort to Go\^rnor Gkdhijlj W ol Foot, inTCTattiicn at Placcnti*Th'Newlou'nSAridr'' Lall \Vcck Sir Fr.tiicrs Skipwurth, of Warwkkftire, Bart, was married to Mil's Caftwright, locond thaghtcr of Thotnai Cartwriglit. o; Aynho, Ki'tj; Knight of the Shire tor tbe County of Northampton. The f.ord Viicoum Gage', who hath been ill at Calais, is pcrfeftly trarrcr'd. and is next Week expected in Town. Lail Monday Si'nnight the Right Hon. the CcunnG of Country was rcmov'd^very ill hom the Bath to her Scat in VVor-cfterlliirc. On ThotfJiy laft the Lfi;iv�fllty of Cambridge were plcas'd to confer tt*� Degree of Doilct ol Divinity upon the Rev. Mr. Gee, Chaplain to the Right Hon. tbe 'Earl 'Cbwpcr," and RcAor of Mojiton an I Burnwctl in the County of Cambridge. Yclicrday died at bis Lodgings in Petty-Krancc, Wrftmta-1ler, m the 84th Year or"h� Ag?, the Rev. Mr. John Swkes, Vkarot Brampton in Dcrbyftiins. This Day William Gi'.itiw ftands m the Pillory at tbe Royal Exchange lor Forgciy. rr~"T'" On Sunxlay lall one Humptiry Rammingron, who keeps a PulJick Houl'c, the Sign ol the Windmill at Whettloo, \ x* committed to'Newgate by Juflice Smith for tbe MurdcT of cac William Wcllol Hadtey, which we hear happened in.the following Maniv.r: A l>  of tie ALiitt ef EleSiiom.  It may weff fcetn lurprifing that a' Poll of few more than five hundred Voue$ mould be piotrafteJ t>i teai Days. This is laid in tJtr ftid Account to " the BayUffi. procctdijig with " great Partiality, by unneceflary Adjournments, and other " Delays, in favour of Sir G�orge Wynne t" whereas in Reality it was owing to the Opponents breaking into *' die " previous Agreement for carrving on the Poll in' a peaceable * and regular tmnncr, " not paly by procuring a great Ap pjrarance of Gt'vkmn from dillant Pans, having no Concem krrf, burallj by bringing in an h^trisrMih on the fecond Day, becaufe ol the Notice feat by the Baylijft, die Evening before, to each ol the Candidates, that they would not Idlfr the Pell to be carried on in the tumultuous ntanncr of the Day1 pa!t; occaiion'd by Z,4iyfrri~ijkaking umlcftr'tk and die Rui$e-ncfi of the Siu.vdfrt by, ana therefore tbat no Pcrfcns wesdd be allow'd to fpeak in Court, except the Cav.t:J*ttt, and the Injjeilsrs upon tha Table f neither did the BajHJi " piccetd "with great Partiality ;" but on theodier liand, with ExceG of Caution, and under a Diead of the Croud of Ottsthntn af-fembted, and the defperate Threats gtvcii our^* Tliat tlie Sun " mould fhine through them; that they fltould be ^inn'd to *' the Wainfcct, &c. " During (he Pall a. wasJofilbcd on that the Piuijb djftfi/atnti be produe'd to tbe Court, which wiu refus'd withgreat Warmth, a certain Perfon d.laring that no one hud a Right to demand- them but upon a Scrmiuy i the fame Perfon dedar'd igain, That no Scrutiny could be granted And now the Mab within Doqn growing very ouuagkius, the. Bayiifft directed the Crier to adjourn, but he was prevented by Force and Shouting 1 then the Ba^tiJ^'iihemlctves adjuuniUxbc Court, btit weie unfwcr'd with repeated loud Shouts,       the Prcnellationsof iVveral preftnt, triat they wouTdloTeihf >r Li'� upon the Spot tint.   After this, as the Riot encrcas'd, the High Sheriff proceeded to read the Pnxlamottun, in tbe coicg of which lie was aiLuIted by one ul the Number, who feucd Mb. -bx the Breall. with one ijand, _ and. caAiVd~W;tbc^Papcr v. itk tbe oilier.   The Boylifft were now enconipals'd liy the Ratten, and forcibly detain'd, m they declar'd fiveral times ; one uf them was Ik Id by the Throat and Breall by three Per-fcin, under vdiicb Ufage, being a corpulent Man, he lei! into a-Swoon, and with much ado was convey'd out of the Hall, and carried to his own Houfe, whets he was attended by a ChiruTgeoii, who decktr^d jhat without his imjs.?dl.t" blrcdiog. ol bun, he mull have been-a dead Man.   Id the *rwan tune the other Ba^Hjf was keps Prifomr.i and if the HMft fore'd him to any tiang, while Tn their Hands, it muttlie lift to the Option of the fnftr Jstdgts.  --As-'ta.what^jfc.'^ticSE&djfid'Of. urmcceffary Adjournments" the Truth-is, there were no 'Ad5buimnc'mi at 'all'liriSerlaK^y".' oTfrtmife than rhofe at earlt Nighl to next Morning. Sc fhar upon da: wlicie.-rhe Article iiT the Paper sbovcmcntion'd, appear, to be calealated by, and purely tor the-Servite of, the Lovers of Scandal aiul Drtamatron. '______ _ 1 Yefl�day Bnnk Stock was 134 1 half, a 5. InJu 143, a 4 Scutb Sea l"r�ding Stock 77 3 41ns, a 7 Stiis. OM__A^ijiiics 103 1 half. D:tto New Aimuitics 10} 7 Stlis, a 3 41b', a 7 Jid:s, a 4. Thne per Cent. Annuity 1 half. Mithcn Bink 105 1 half. African 21. York-Bucdtngs 3. K^y .1 Afl'uranor 93 I^ondon Ailur^nce 11 1 half Niw B-i.k Circcbrion 61 1:,. bd. Prcm. Socth-Sea fli.-nds 37s. i'xin. � India JitiOcSs. Prem. Ti.rre per Cent. I'itto zy. Prcm. Knglslh Cloiipt-r 11 14s   Wthn ditto Books ihut. Chariub!c-C'6rj)t>ratHin-Houfc in Spting-1       Garden,   M;iy 31, l7J-t. fllE Court of Cammiuee of tbe j'uld Ccrpcralioi rive Sa.'ue, ta u 7 Pt'Jjii tint have / '-.ifd ett Hs-Js ul their ii.uje 1.1 Sfn*^ Gaia �. tiud v-h  �' ft /sr/.-i.ed far luic/ of R'J. :ut',jn, 6      ., tJ! 'ft I J J   ��,   tmJ juh if titni di -        lli.it rt'.'iun tli  t. Pasl Ccj^-OjM^tn.jt fbo-C'ounty at \I'dSkixx. Cb*p.^an. High Water at' L�ndiiir>.RVi.'�r tfci)> i?�y. at 4 Minajsji aSerSiatheXrctntog; and IJ al^tf 5 �a ti� Afttir�c�u     "'- Cuftom Houfci; London, June 8, 1734. By Order of the Honourable Commiftiontn or his Majcfty's Cuttoms, fltc. ^   _ V Friday tbe 14*0 /�^�r/. at j **(;wf*i�7S^ 0 made �'�A� r/�rjitr, *xishm thrn M*-:hmfm^i^r Br*wrr, (ptrjuttwt n IMW.) fir  o4t are to be fce�, Ijron* WeonrtOay the i ;th Infant tit! tee Time cf Sale, South-ika-fcinulc, l.oiitloii, i?^t*y, 1734. fflE Court of Dircfors ;ef tt* $czrb-j>ea-C6m- 'r f*t$tf th* (UlJCtmfamy)        nT^rhy^titt, tttar Enfi'lJ iWKr'C'mff tfhSddhftx. tf*ht.i 41 pit Asa. A LtafihU ifjbk �T A�r/ */ !-*        tfWtfitma in th Ctmtt ofEJixMmml^'        i^dt UtuBfiiil^ ..*vtJ-i     ------ Patkiahln tf tht ttterr EjijitwHl fv JTti&fJ tat *U th* -(nut Svth-St* ihajj, ffAst tie jri tf'y'tm wxt tttht Itm* ' jf Stilt.   . .. N B Parnculai^ef t!�e EAatr. caU"J A|V'w"*i~***r be Ia\ in ihc Cduwry, � Mr. Robert Bar)'*, at Can  htrthj rivt Smut, (/taj^ut ta 'm RsIiSttism tfttv Qtwai Cart, lilj it* lift mad i^h Uihir.t) that j*t* PnfrutH-i nU tf f'msilttx:, ttth: rW, thd: tie Pnftielmimay tteuufcr'" _ txt'"it^t ftr tht fiftlii ti-'jtd trfbrTUisfza:* ett'r^itgat /ptrertf at th Ratt if \2*r Cut. I*'        �**''� r-V �i-:i~*t ia Lfir Cat. -- And fir cement tkt ft�teisrrtf-Kr-faii&wr4rC^$;f    Ttrr-p*(thrvf -Mrz-f^* 'ftfr^-, I .W^ "rg^Jnr Fa-i-3�rh'tt tliitids.it *fy*r B>lJj-!&iJliti,~-*m WjJ>i?*mt * 1*^9, **d f.!i,f'j*t,  n   t Ad~s*tjg* -tf -id fijir'jU ^if.iif) im 'fiil-.L Lap t* t-ni I 'W. iSi# CurJ/ttt f^.^r ftt m tii. LLdLy, '^uh^S b* ^m/U^ a.l-v+L^'J, h>, Octackai'tn. " THOMAS MERCER, C'.'^em tyd Saner_ I o ihe Worthy Liverymen of lUc �iiy cf Loader. fitlTtf JIIV,  1 fJ'OUii Vile cr.d Inure? are kumily dtftr*A J~    RALPH   TO ONE, '( Cit'Ve*- **d C.'tfit-i-it' tf Lu :. u o h ) Tj Ic      if :ci Bridge-Jt/aJ.*' i cf tt;� Cry, :� t'.-t nam tf Mr. fJ.nH       di.wji'.i; L~ar{ ht* a LtMifim*m %.f%Letrdi tf V ..'V/fuH, had fetf I'rr i".. -* jl. ' J '''J^Jn^fki- ILi'.siu w-j t*:  . Let: are u-.en i*. u:   

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