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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 15, 1834, London, Middlesex                                S A TV R DAV, Jt?N� fi. 1734. ,5r Ar/&r_ �)5x:z:ck, June 12. U'R Ffc*t having waue^arn. time at Cronftadt for a favourable Wind, let fail from thence the 24th of JaiVMonth, On tf^ 5th Inilant it arriv'd at PilLtu, ami Ltndcd there the Artillery and Ammunition dclign'd for this Camp. This Morning the (hid Fleet appcar'd ia the Road of Daotzick. It is commanded by Admiral Gordon,' and ccn-fiCsof 14 Ships of the Line, m. The rf too GttiJ �n) icco Men, containing 703 Seamen, Jjjjjns and ice? MatroiHf, for the Senice of the Artii- m 2*E�rrtog in the ^^^.^11 the French Ship. �ccpt on; j&soch viz. 271 Seamen, S7 S.Uiers and 35 ,V!a. t .^.-iifiMM o� 3 * Guwyni 217 Meg each, one ^!Gwaand7j Men, orieT-ire-ttepand two Bcmb-,_&�_* in the whole i too Pieces cf Ordnance, and (nail Frigate >im j^.c Cannon of WccIiielimuiKi--, hivcqiittted iMl^^i,} but the Troop* continue encimp'd under the Com MtrWi. They co.inl't of 3 Regiment*, of 17 Companies i^Eumtncnt,      >� ^cn m each Comjviny, making to-I   ^.jjo Men.   Vieare extremely dilignt.to.perlcft our �he            ......      ** 'L-'~ ;b�elhaU attempt the Moment our Artillery arrive, and __, ||�B_jrpcr!tcd herrin two Days at firthe'd, being already jjiuc'd on its way hither. Jfalm*, J""* 1 2.   Tnc French Men of War art re-' * ft B�" tlus Road from Damzick.   They have brought |4jb a Ruffian Frigate of 32 Guns whic.i they took cfF ilfccf Bornholra.. ' I "is thought they intend to wait the pilrf the Brett Squadron, and to (ail ag.in to Dantzick. �?�l f&ff-t, June 17. Prince Eugene is (till at Hailbron ^jBBjtount d* Ifenbourg Budingucn, A-juram-General isD�K(h Auxiliaries, h arriv'd at that Camp, to while tfgiffe&tnat the firll Column of thofe Trcops will join saDay or two.  40UO Men arc Iikeuiib in full march ra^ aitbCutchy of Luxemburg to reinforce that General ; and nm, tpsmit of CuiraiTcirs, another of Dragoons ai_d~thr.ee of JOi fai mil fhortly fbi!uw from rla Ncihf. lands.   We rave bjtetthii the French attack*J on" the 14th the cevrr'd Way fhSffoirg, w:_J._ihe Lob ot 600 Men ; ard that the oc-BtftJiJea Silly the next Day, and in their tum Soil: jco tit Cc fit EaJtfa Lttttr ftcm the French Canp undit \ '.   li'tcljfillr:uu all and thcur Bombs, and have Ittlkat End planted the Anilliry on iuch iSattcries we were tiktoereft in our preient inconvenient Situation.   The. Ytieb, �j foon as unladen, were fank in the Sight of our Cusp 1 their Crews being brought on obore, v.crc �iaific'd W tk Manes of Count Plelo, and their Bodies afterwards &wa into the Sea l Bufperhaps this Lilt Particular would it note properly tokl by the lincmy, liuce "tb pofliblc fuch !*AS�b would favour of Inhumanity at any o:Ler Time f fewhiW the Blood of his Excellency lay rceku.g from ihe �MifcnittTKnchcs' ^- Pitii. yat 14.   A Courier is arriv'd at Court front the �Hjaj de Monti at Dantmk, to entreat jeth a iLffitien: and jtywySactaar, and we arc cflur'd ifut Orders k:ve been jj^do o^fpatch'd to M. dc Guc Tieotn, to Utl imtccdately JjfBttkJtk and Calais, where feven "Kegimcius oi Foot are t�&g to embark. * I Fm.lk..Ufftr-Rfo  March either to Day cr Tomorrow 6_ a Highnds iatended to have decamp'd (oorxi.  bu: was � usj for Mr heavy Artillery', which kt cut Vdlerday _  T^^^qarg to join bun.   ' 11* generally Knagic-d, ' BiaP^ U �mPracvicable to fortv tbt French Camp be-- RPkhpiburg, hb liigbnch will pad the Rhine between �^ �tk Command of rVe Frewh Army, and carnci oa rhe ^ I5?" PhUjplburg wi fi great Vigour, having r.o \t& than 3o ~ ^WK'aiSt 30 Morur Pieces mounted agjira it ^�Oi*�,3.   Wind N.F.by E.   lL Mary's Ships � UK two bound for the F.ad rrraain. v t   ON   DON. ��day Momif.g, between 11 and 1 o' Clock, a Fire �*� M the Houu: of hu Fxccllrncy Mcrfscur de Ch^vi^- Tkt-y write from txwankn, that her Royal IFighnefi the Prrnc u of Orange b with Child ; and that her Royal High-\ir'"> ar.d'the PriSce were,preparing to fet out for the Hague, irvm '.vhence his HigSnef* would proceed, after a (hortStay. to i'n'nire i'cgene'i Army, 'and the Prmccts Royal to embark for Great Britain. On Trmriihv la4 died tapt. SheppftrJ, Cctnmanderof the sLethicuIlicr, an'Eail-lndiaman, lattly arriv'd frota CoaAand Biy. Vctlerday died fuddcn!y Mr. llovlr, noted for healing Diyi-firns ajncngii his Acquaintance : lie had .1 clear Mathematical Head, and cf* Temper (carcrly toberoov'd. which led an unfonunate Gratlctttar! into a fatal DjcI lome Years ago with him. He was Grar.dlcncf Mr. Hoyle. Lord Mayer of York at the Rciloraticn. who was inflriuuenul in bringing about that happy Change. T:s rcmark'd of hh ftighnefs Princr Fi^ene and his Grace the 2 >:e Duke of Berwick, that bcin?, bo^n in the lait Crntuiy, The Prince in the Year  63,   is hew ajjed^ *i Yean The Duke ia the Year ij ag-x!  ve;'d the li:-. frdiwaediatdy alarm'd the Family, max ci whom had �IPt to tfcape thio' tl.c F an.. Yciierday Bank iitock wss 137 1 4th, a 8. Inuu 147, i4�. SoutiSea Trading Stock So, 81 1 half, 81 3 SUn. Old Annuities 104 1 half, 10$ 1 half, 105 1 4th. Ditto New Annuities 105, 106, 10; 3 4tbs, for the Opening. Three per Cent. Annuity 94 1 half. Million Bank 107. African 22. York-Buildings z 3 4ths. Royal AiTurance 93. London AiTurance 11 3 4135, a 12. New Bank Circulation 61. 155. Prcm. South-Sea Bonds 21. 51. Prem. India ditto 21, 12s. 3I. 2I. 15s: PreS. Three per Cent, ditto il. 6s. Prem.   Engliih Copper 11. 14*.   WeUh ditto Bocks (hut. A Common-Council, holder) in ihc BsHtrS, 7     Chamber of the Guildhall of the City of Lon-Alofc*. 5     �!on, on Thurtlay the 13th Day of June, in the Year of our Lord 1734, and in the Eighth Year oi' the Reign ot our Sovereign Lot J George tlxSecond, King of Great Britain, &c. TV is agreed and order*d by this Court, that if �2~7 Perf>it ttio bat hint nominated Sheriff, in furfuan;t ef at Act cf Ccnrmrs Council, made lie zzd Dai ofOci,ber, | 703, jhall, en cr before Saturday the t^unrj-Jcccnd'i}aj of tbti lr.flani-Moitih if "June, fay into lit Chamber if ixmJ&t, far lb* Oft of this Ciif, the Sum ef fur hundred Psuridi, furfuoBt to the faid Ail, and alfi mtntf Marti mure, tvwardt the Mainteiun.e cf the Mimjltri of the frvrral Piifcm ef tin City, accrrditt^ to /to tbtr Ail of Cornmem-Gmniil, made the third ef litcttabtr, 1656, and the ritual Feet, every fxib Perfunjballbe rxrmfted from h b Pa Kn. Jhall ieieafier tjie ufen him the Offc~e of an Aldernan cf :bn City, he Jhall be habit rt he EUStlt imtt the fatd-Offee, at if tbu Older bad never bun made. _JACKSON ~_Charitablc:Corporacion-Houlc in Spring- Garc}cnj   May 31, i 734-"T*HE Court of Committee of the faid Corporation give Stiice, to all Pufm that baiie fJUd^d airj (JooJi^at their Il'.u/i in Sfnrg Qardtn, and lilieb lie re forfeited far �u-amf cf Redemption, tit � bejve th i� of April tuji, that jhty lacsy reJiem tf-e fame any Daitfflthe l~th ofj^ni, ardjuelj f them at Jhall then remain wiredeem'd, liiltbe immedtateh, [ut yp to Sale.__ ._ To the Worthy Liverymen ot the City of London. Gf STL cm e it; *T*HERE being a Vacancy for a Bridge-Mafic-r'' * byikeBtatlfef M* J-ous WjyiB, _/ humbly rejutfl tte Fa-voitr cfyamr Fait tutd Jnttr  upiLOiJi ff t-.ienfffMi 1'aiei ; but bating met xiuh �reat Ltffei Ly Sea emd Land, Ji h.pt fir your land Indulgence-, in being fa�ud ~mn appear early I* the Hall on hlidtummerDai next, to Jaipur mt f l.enelon, at aftrtfaid, mill fubliekh fi!d accordingly, mnleftibt Piopruttrt thereofftrthwitb cotae and pay the Dutiei due fir thtfdme, est the Law direSt. Public's N.oticc will be given of tWritac of S�le>______. Hawkcrs-Gfticc, Jime^i^, 1734. HTHIS is to gtve Notice, that 2'earl)tMictn/es,M- u/ual, svi.'flrgin to be delktr'd ant cn Txefdmy thrA^tb ft/* Jane next. And daily Attendance it conjlantfy given (Htlid excepted) ft am 9 in tit Alsrnin? until |2, ami from iJ* tb Aficrrmr. until C t there/ire all Per/om centernd are defied ttt aiply to the faid Office abervtr^mismd far l.icenfti,"and utl t* dtfitsd on the uncertain Mteiing *vitb the Sm*  have jhicl Ordtrt given t'.tm to apprehend, and fluent* leith the uttaofl Rigtv, nil fuch Hatviert tit tbey pfOil at etup time of the fear find trading itithut Litenjei,__ I........ ^trenb, mw eenvey d to Vnftcet for that Purfoi: And they fm tbergi't Solid, that theCbwpan/t Tramfer JSoeh tviObeoptn'd York-Buildings Houle, May 31, 1734. 7^77 E Goverfiof'ctnd Court of jjljiants of the Vcih RuilJiKgt-Ccmpauj do htieby s;ht Notice, (purfxar.t to a Rihlut'un of the Uexeral Ccutt, held the zxfl and t^b lnjiant) that Jtcb rnprirreri tUv aie Defaultert upon the tyit ta/i Catti, fa., the Call of one and a half per Cent, and-tut ttitj' per Cent, art tj pay in the fame, tn tr beflut tbt t+lb.ef funt text, tthen Rtndt at 3 per Cent. Intere/t, ftr Aim* ivill e ijfued Jlr the fame, cn tit Security tf the Company i Water- that r tlfer on fbtojday th 6th of Junt next, a*djhut etgelittou Tuejdaj tbe i 1 tb of 'June next, to the end, that tbe Prof rider 1 may trmTttftr tit me half of tbrir Stock to the C.ajnpany, an or before tbt I Sib of June next fcllru-ing, (turfuant to their Refluth* at tbt Gi~ ntral Cenrt held tbe yoib fn/fant) id-en Bondt in exchange fir the fame lull be iffutd by the Company, tarrying am luttrtfi at the Rait of 4 per Cent, per Amu. emitting tbt Stofi ml to /. fee Cent. Andfir carrying lit Refolutions tf tbt faid'CentralCatrli inta Execution, tie Governor and Ceurt of AjJSJIanti ivillttttttuj mt the Ctmfanyt Huufe, the 1 itb, i\ib, i yb, and 15/i tf Jmt, frtm 10 0' Clack*in tbe Forenoon till t each Ditf._' ~   For" R O T T E~ R DA M, Tbe Nancy Sloopt      -John Alcock Comm dndtr, SAILS on Tuefday next, now lyinji at Sir J -Vn Krfuni't Sniri, tc� like in Gixd� ind J'ltleiKcri. tn4 may b� fpalc*  Hfl on i he (hiretr W a\\�i flttu'^fl lime ; 1 he *ml!etd�m O-fftfhoufc, or at thd Red Ljrnnawl Sunn Switiii.Vflley, tnrli near rl.o Ro/il|i�-. c!.aope ; aad ai MlJiacl ti�uJV *t 'hfr Iy|�r acaf Tj�cr IJ^tfc. _____ John TTwynian for the Mafler. Vox    DUB ILK, The I.vd 1 a  and Kacharl Sfppf,' . . Richard Laming,  Commander, SAILS on Friday next, now iVing �t fti*.� Wlj'� re4-> lp like ia (1 odii'j I':flVijers � 0 may b l>iiiif �_ . t:ti ty W. 'niu�lb"uni in ComUiuitjc, II. Clcreeoi'i ia Ollord, �' CO II Bojkfcikll 13 Tuw_ l_d C/jiwi;. ^ . but the ur.der Couk, in i.. Uj^rawung upSuir- inliead cf the cottrary w_y, was drove > Room to Koom by the Fury of the Flame-Uft fcrc*d to jorap down from the Tc-p cf uic I by which he is briuVd j,�� 0 defpaii'd of.   Neither j�4k�cy, at any of hu Family. *' al High�-fc�-i� .  1 ill he was -_� i.._�lo-.:. into the in v_ch a mmnex tnat hi� inc Wci/ir..>   \j>p__cl cf h.i ^5S.fSUJ ^ H�]ttat th, and hi, Brc:h_r. Fiir.Ce Fredcruk J**** out latt Week f, - S_?l_l!�,�eBe 01 m �W� by ty.Q F;rid Ofikcx:. aii.l a RoyalJ-^change-AiTurance-Oflice, 14 June,  1734. �THE CORPORATION of m ROYAL LXCHANGE ASSURANCK do hereby give ' bilice, teat /^r the great, r F.nc^.ifeaunt sf Ptrjt.ni Ajfuring ".nth the Jaid CORPORATION, th>j havt RElXJCfcli ken Pi.xiumt tf FIRF A-bLRANCFS. and that their ti.Unt Ralet are at film/, fix. ....... ...     -......-   -   � Haiatdou* Goods, id Tinv Sums AilureJ. limber Baildingj, or Good* iiw-reui, at 6 j per Ami. s. 4 >per G;nt. per Ann. - .   63 ArJthutt1:. ::iil d\T 0 / /w FOUR I F.FN iHll Li'NGS fee tint in/- Ml juhftjm^ lie .fffurUl tt a ay I'.ii'i it C<.nt' ihntiuci to puke ^__i Lffei.    Pnp::tli at larpe may be hud .it tfe-.i Ojf.te i.n the Royal E' xtlai.^i N. B All PtijjBi eilicai. s.jjuitd by tit faid Cpptttttiin Jbait be f/td tn tin? futwt Pu\rr.tnttt ai.ni.ung to tit RatU ..iVi. �.*:/�V. 2Col	at	4 1.		d 1 oco	2	0 _: 0	z	6 3000	4	0 Bnck buiUxgi, 0: L u.ds (herein, per Ann.  per Cent per Ann. ber or Thatch'd Hwifca, at 10 s per Ana, 1. d.    � 5 0 7 0 perCcnt. per Ana.   

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