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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 13, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertifei*. fiumb. 1052. THURSDAY, June ij. i734- Ednthrrb. Jnr6. Yefterday cam* on the Race*, on the Sae&atLesti. when the �rir Piss* "wa* ran for; iourftarted, and it was carried by Sir William Maxwell's g'cy Stone Horfe, who wen tiae fcrft aod laft Heats. There"was fine DJWftWt, Use Hotta well ourch'd, the fjril and second Heats brief; carry'd by icarce a Yaid of Advantage. There was ptdint a* comerces aad fpieod*! a Company as las been known. - This Day i\x Co-cy Pin* h to be ran for.      _    _ Ksga Watt; at London Bndgc this Day. at 59 Minutes a&rr 6 m the \Iensag: aad 27 after 7 in the Afternoon. Yet� ^t 6oa> Vuguua, but cannot Iciin their Names. VoJEait Cr^TW-/, rt- Arriv'dDcke of Charrofs, Grifirh, iJ tie Mary and Margaret, Harrswaj-, from Dcnkuk; fxrf, Bowiicg, frcjn.Virginnia; aud Stork,  JDavcoc, LONDON. frtftft^s-fecgi Ban in Naples c! the 27th nit. N. S. we ]pc Adnoe, that afar the Impernhtb -were defeated 00 the �f the fame Month, all their Infantry that had efcap'd AtFaxof their Comrades, retreated irto Bttocto, which ts a alJTcwn. and their Cavalry took their Root towards Ban, a^ca'd ia dirrrs Bodies. That General Niuna-max ptidlicd ataraer, who were commanded by Fiiotc Bclkmcnte, aei brs| hid Siege to Biioato, after (ome I>fence, the Ger-�n, to the Number of 3000, with tbeir Commander, were fcesmfcrrecder as PriJoners of War. The Spanifb Cavalry brJ�J deftly parfc'd that of the German?, euha kiL Jc; ks.tMai all Priimers, cxccpiiog 200 UaJiars, who dcip'd iea Calabria. Tfaci^ Letters add, That 15 Standards and ijlfc cf Colour* tvere taken from the Germans is .thofir {f^txusr, befides their Ar::Ucry, Ammnninon aod Bag-B, as has been already roenaon'd in this Paper. Wtkam by a private Letter from Paris, that theCcrpfe of dtbteDckeof Berwick b to be remo�*d from the bittxh �arPiH%ft�rg to the MonaCrry of Ecgliih Mocks car Val de Grace in Paris, there to be depouted near the Bairt* the Prince& of Ncobergf-Rine James's Daughter. ' Ik Dejctof Berwick was ia die 63d Vear of his Age, acd knf ox-lh'd the MajiLJdc V iliac, dkd the ve&t Maifbi! sffoftve.  He was  Half-Brother by the Father's tide �kr Grace the Dascbrfs of Backisgham, and by the Mo-^de's sa the Rigbt Hon. the Lady \ ucoantrts Falmcnah antT Vet, Anbeaa Dcr.ch.  His Grace was alio Uriels to the Eirl (t Wa%are, hu Majtfiy's AmbaiLukv Exoaordlcary to BtCoert cf France. TiiiDky the Parnament wDT meet at WeflmiuJier, par-imm his MsjeSy's Royal Prochmarion. Yrfioday was, held 4 General Council at KcnfinspDO, when fciGace the Duke of Montagu leceiv'd the GoM SufiT, as Capoaof the Band of Gentlemen Pennon***, which TSJ was kartsac foist tc%n'd by the Right Hun- the t-ixi of Bcr- Yetedsyhjj AJapflyV&alot Honters, which hare b�ea fenetiffleat Hampton-Court, and w�e ordet'd to be bssD^ht It die llode at Cfcaruig-CroG, recciv'd counter Orders, aad a Km {a be krw at Hampton-Coort for the HuntcjSratoc TfcsQatrs has apointrd Sundays 'and Thotliays to be her IfflBtfitta, dohng ter Majeily*i Stay at Keoucgton. TlilXay will be held a Court of Aldermen and Commoa-fsnKiMGuildhaii, 00 Ipectal Anairs. y*Qitf came Advke of the hie arns-al, at Pmfmoutb. cf Capt. Wood, from~Jimaifa. who cameog Cliarttablc^orporation-iloulc in Spring-.-Garden,   May 31, T!//� Court cf Conniuce cf the fait CerperattoK * gk* Nvtiiti to id! Pt*fi*i that La-vt fJ^ii am G�wV at thir ti&i/i in SfriMg; Ga>*s Hand Seas for unall Scmt ci Mco-ry. TkeSJangs ia the lvicgVB�^-Cauit ia Tusky-Term, Londca. ^edne6!ay, ]ur* tqm Wedarfdav, Jcae 16, Tueflay,'   jjy   2. F�Av.      July* 5 J4 ?%IiJi!;fex. Fxid*y,    fuse 21. Friday,     tune z*. Monday,  j^ly   a- After Term. Taurtiiay. fjly  4 South-Sea-Houic, London, -' 27 May. 17347 J^HE Ccarl cf DirtScrs cf tbeSsiirb-Sea-Com- /�.j"i?�r;y X.ff.v. that thy luU fmt nf t� fabiitk Salty at | ihiir Hia-i at tThrtaJa�fJu-jltf*I1 em ftm&ty //v 4�A of July ��text, *.* #/i>cwr r� !** FattHmv, l':t jdkuagEjIattt, in tit Cns&rf 1 gf Aarife'*, Os^i!, M'JUijsx and Ej/ix, vis. Jm Efiotr. lor if Arr Lsmbcrt S/ortsvau, Bart. JtitiiiJ, (not if tht JjU DmOtH tf tit f*i& Cca/ia J/ -Sir ~jU-u M'tbb, / humbly ie i-xb j�~L be grUUfidly J.iwu/fi/i, I'j, Yt^sr essf tiedJent Servant, THOMAS   MERCER, Citizen and SaL'er. AT the King's Theatre in cho Hay-NVrkeU oa Saiur la* nest, being rh� i$t:> of June, will be pilH>TrB'a PASTOR   F I D,a An OPERA, compes'd b> MrT H A N D E L. Intermix*a ivitb Ctyrajftt.   -   , -7        The Scenery "after    paittcuUr manner. rit and t!o�e� to bt pat t )t(th�r, *mi ro ref.f*Mt� to t� JmitteJ without Ticket*, which w'tll be r 10 tht Hnu�iit� on (h� T>' Anatomy (with |'�era\ liii))tii�cmciu� fu ��l ifom hit lite lioule in Oran��-llre*i) which rtpic�m(s a Wo-tnii) ilnioM downAip,>o  Table, luppot'd optnV�li�c, wherein th� C'irtu|aii,jn of the Hl J ii tnado viliole thro' Olad Vein* anaTcnen**: The Cuculaiion it alio feed itom tiie N �ihct to \Ui Chtlih and tiotta thaChiU. to itit Mother { witli tlie ITmiTFifc aiki liiiilolttk Mwciooof ttie Mean, and the Aftiun of th� Lung*. All winch rartkutars, to-(c her #ith fewt-ral Other rrep>rafii>n�, will be Ihexvn aad clcatlf tspiaiAMin Bn�li(hot Preach, by Mr.Cluivet himlell. Nuir, A Ocutlc�otn�n properly qmliiy'd wi I mien J the tlJies. To the Gentry and others. 'THERE is latelyjxrJY'dftom the Eaft-lndies, �*� � young Biephant. Tliii nuhle Oa ,iuie w�� brought over by ~ c�pf. V ,cyi>�td frorn Beocooleri, ia the Ship fcethiettllBf, JKiis naac '  be lieii at the Great Kodm at the Loodou-ipiw, fru|n fit i.UI ito ia ''ic Mupin^^ftdfmm iwotiU nitciu theiEteiiint- ITSOM" in  SURRYl THE AiTcmbly Houfc will be open�d oil the 18 h, ipm and ao h Inftanr, each rcloo paring half a Cr�*o a Twlioi for trie t>ayi atul enerward* the rt|I�iLhi/ aiii ha teo-tniu'J every Monday duiiou the wlwleseaibn, cacu ferfba payiogOna blulliini rintrencc. N.    i'lay �nd n�U, as nfo�l. 10, 1734. WHEREAS Jiimes Lindfay, a Grenadier in C�pt.' Peter Mal��tt�� Ccmpiny in htt Ma}�flr>Royti B*|i-ment of N.jmIi mitith Fuzilien, cummandcd b� die lion. Sir Jam** Wood, iUtf. JtUrted the Joili of ;^ril Ult ; He i.� fix Foot one lucta h'nh tviiiioui s.hjrs Cquaic, llrong and *� II pmpoitloo'.', of ahroero Uimpleiion, Siindy-coiuut'd Hair, with a hiKb Roman f*ote, and bcrd) in Killymoor in the fc'liire of Apgi��, North- priiam, g^ej j^Yeans llittl- are ��affure ihe &fd Cindtay.iliat 11 ho doea returntphei'jm� piiiy at Udhljn, of furrrndcr liiinicH* u> hik Gupiaig Or olfieir Offiw of the faU He^trrn-nt ia Holland* it bin a Month, ha ihall l)� kiqaW teceiv'da d pirdvtn'd; or it �ny Perluo fill fctnrc him.foa* lie mayb�   �754- ocw of the HQufeof Thofms 'fay, ^^^^^^Nwih^ibce^jxer       Lion-iavire mlanm ,.   Mortemai.'* dark Ufab^loth Cm. 'ffiii i\. f^rfe"'"7' Di'fhee, aleneji fUte� ditto rnerk'd A", T. two Tea' SftkmrnarkJ A T BUrshirtif, t*oSWfn marked w1�i r. w nB^r-�rrt� niaiof:^--Red, 0. two liaiidrviM Hrali C�nd*j�kk�, t�o� p�ir ut tlUhCktlk Biccchei, one J/air of loou,  '�*,-h'ty daiej VskiwixiiaVtW WtfMter iMklouad live la J Note, and will brie� it to Mt, !** mucl C�aoiu�r, cxjldjmiih, in Vltat llrcee, (haU ha mi tout Cukea* Kcw*rd, aiidnti Oj.iellioni aik'd. tt. v. Pa>ment is ttopt at the Bank,, aad no prater Ittward wii be olfer'd� _     �   . 1 .   ,1 1 WHEREAS a Silver Tobacco Box, on the Bottom 0. V. iiiy. *�il U ue�r Royal Ifrchac^a, tba nth InOart, ab^'Ut 1 u' (loth at Noon, �lj��,r tri n� i: to Ce^rfa l>Vihy In iinon.Ti'iicli, (hall bi�e n  Re* u , iitfaoQptu vntmk*. /v^Titket,"!^0.67^43, in rhc CtidritableCor- /n^, p"�i�ti  t'U*�inK. bei�e 1,u vf mlliid, wbce*er the ftJi ri.kc , i.d b'lr.'rl   He'bjt in |!'Wt-uiiUt. Va'alhlwdl, ftull lectins iiab a Gui;*a Reward, �n,I p< k'd. _N 1'. VHc f.mpriii 1' '.'c f 'i�l* iJu, cuay- o��(    BuW.tU- by ap^MiV^iifjaJlliV. aMh.iny hUJo, Wia,. tliitr. '3*Wlt tic lui <.t in UtiKjk Itrso, n��r rtjullt tti fV. AdxertiftmerAi m tin P�jtr cf a va-dtrait Length arc taken in at T* cub.   

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