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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 17, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Paris, Junr i%. HEY write from Naplr* of the jitt jtall, that General k u\fti, wgciiier with the whole: Remain of the Imperial ArtffyV~fave been tiS.tdc I'tifonat of War j and that the j^^en�nj.hj*jng.. requclled Leave el the Count de \lon temar to fend a Mcflengtr to Vier-.nj to [^inform the Emperor thereof, hi* Excellency readily compt)'d.   The Count de Vifconti, the late Vicrt^y of Naples, Htjr'4toBrtodififome Days beibrethe Battk of Biiomo. and Sjttk'donboard afmall Sloop7 for Pcfcara, where there is 431 a Ccn^aoTGwnfon i and 'twas thought the Count would Z&lnMi theiice intolfieEcclcfiartical Territories : it behov'd btiwever, to ufeDirpatch^Tfor a Detachmentwa�irnrne-Kjrf'fcirt to Pcfcara to take Pofleflion of that Place, The ft*K deMooteinar is returnM to Naples from hi*late Rxpedi-S^finiTWGcrftuiai, and warreceiv'di bothtbjrKmg^ni^ faSei, with the utmoft Acknowledgment and Marks at Joy. mtPrince dc x iy Mcff.Sulfcowffcy and Cetner, and Cor. Pfcoj, with an Engineer and fcveral l'erfons for the Service of the Artillery, pali'd thro' this Town on the nth Infant, in tkeir my from Drcfden to the Mufcovitc Camp before Dant-ckk; aedfmee then, fome of the Domeilicks of the Ehrclor c( Saxony having follow*d them, it is fuppos'd that Prince de-{graaitVto be there fcon in 1'erlon. Letters from the Uullian Ca�0adv'i{e7 that M. Tarlo, and other Poh(h Chiefs, had alBBbltd a very conftderahle Body together, and were conic fen the Neighbourhood of Daotzick. ~ IW, j~t i S- Vellerday the Lovely Mary. Carrol, fail'd fcrrbffikorgh. This Morning his Majelly's Ships Princcfs " ��folineai)XKinMc faiTtl to the Weftward. Arriv'd, Truro, Frauds, forTalmouth; and his Majelly's Ship the Pha-nix, who remain, with the Britannia, Fdihburg,^Namur, Grafton, CWbid, Princefs Amelia, Captain, Mainpton-Court. Kent, HM?*?. But ford, Dreadnought, .'Sunderland, Swallow, Ar- !til, Norfolk, Buckingham, Berwick, nnd York Men of V�r; the Pool, GritTin, and Bridgewnter Pirefhips; ihd the Sedwitk, Harman, for the Ealt.   Wind S. VV.   _______________ l o n  d o n;....... Yrfteidsy Morning aboui 11 o' Clock, his Ma jolly's Yachts tatCatticrine and FubSs fail'd from Grccmwch tor HolLind, Bbring over her'Royal Highnefs the Princels of Orange, who iexpected ai this Court in ten Days time. Mr. Moirtlon, Cjakof the Board of Green-Cloth, and Mr. Carey, Clerk ol the Kitchen, are" gone on board the laid Yacht, wuh proper On Saturday laft theiFMajefties, the Prince of Wales, the bike, and all the Princcftro, came from fvenftngton to the Theatre Royal in LmcolnY Inn-Kit-Ids, and litw the Opera of lftcr which il�ey rttuiirdtb Kenrtngton. iikMajefty lias beeii plca�'d to prorogue the Convocations �f Cawtbury and York, which were appointed to meet on Fndiythe zi it of this lnllant, to Friday the i>jdi ofjuly. -1 ThjsDaythe Right Hon. the Paris of Cuwlurd, Atliol. Daamore, Orkney, and lHay, arc expected in Town lrom Stsdand. .Tomorrow 60 Men but of each Troop of the Life Guard*, laojdib trie Hcrf? Grenadier^,, art- tu perform a thorough Ewrcifc in Hyde-Park, before their Gciiei.il Oilicers, it beat laft before the General Review �r-^ajarHanbuiy     dajieerous'"iliritt~^ Houfe in Privy.' Gvpfl, Whitehall. 1 The Uoufe of hii-Excellency M. Chavigny at, 'I'wick "^atn, out of. which lie waburnt on '.Fhurlidiiy Night lall, \ ... 'partof thel'reeholJ Ellateof Sir GeorgeSkipwirh, Bart, who Rramtda Leafe of i; forB'I'erni of Years (now near expir'ii) Wtfce Lady Mary Wortley Montygu, who lett the RenumKier wtbeiame to the Karl of Denbigh, which noble Lord, during JwAbfence in the Country, was pleafed to accommodate M. de Uavigny with tr.e Ufe of it. Amongr! the rich Thing* burnt �m M are twu fmall Pidurct, valwd at 5001. each, the w��ty 01 ^"^h11 '1 15 Thought his moft Chnltun iS^c^l      tt^*a ,1>e wfi0^c 'Jatn;lBc' wl�c/. is comjjuted at  ^fterday being the firil Sunday in Term, the Right Hon. ~*. �*4 Hardwick, Lord Chief Jullice of the Kii>/i liench, ^T*'la'wher of the Judges, went to hear Divine Service S *au'** Cathedral, and afterward: proceeded to Cooper's 1  p{ *'*re *n elegant Eniertaitumrnt was provided for them -rvJ!"   Lambert�        �ne �� the Sherili. of this City. *nc Arches of Fleet Ditch, thro' which the TiA and ^>�l are to pjfj, *iU be fimQi'd bv WedriL-fday Night i.   ^kmcn will proceed immcdiaiely after to nil m �t�GiOund to the Level of the Sue: ' %l~*tt Satardaiy Mr. Samuel M.n.waiing, the blind Youth, ^^""^a'tdunJcr Mr. ULlam Mere, Org.u�iit of St ^S/*^�d*ka Bt-nnondley, w;u 1 l.i.'niOrguniil of Si Maiy jJT*�Pfl. in the room or Mr za* (HtlsJL-p exytpttd) font 9 in the Mtrwimr mafil 1^, .�n>ijfa� a *� the Ajh*n&?, ere b&, defir'd fur RALPH  TOO NE, ^Citizen and Cl^^Uisritr 1/T.0 sDojj ft bt nvief tit Bridge-StTaftrt if t&it Oa. � tiit max if Jlfr. yah: Tl'rftb, ilictaid; Aavag 'term a Ls^t^ms% i^csi-jrj rfr 'l-tveutj i'fiirt, bid great I**1!**. aMdHa^t^mlxi^tf^n^, Iw.-rr' a ll'tf't and      Children nrp-r-uLtl />. T.ric Flection will be on Midiujnmrr D�y, as�J I beg iae Fayop pf my Friends to b> early to the ffiaflL AT the King's Theatre ia the H^M^rkct, Tuuiorri**, bcnn rbei*ej> -d J� e, �tii be fmcrtaij PASTOR    F ID O. An OPERA,  compcbM by Mr. H A -\ D E L. Intermix'd *tr'/i- t^'aj-a^l*. The Scenery after a pary.,h.r esaarer. I'ir �rid B.nej. .la tc (Ml t '^itSc/. ut& -o ritllo* t� br � ��! rii-kctt. whitfi will be aLtl- i*�r. ms. etc u*..f. f ciu       Marker. �tT,alt 4 t;aio�i e�a. C* �*j \*~ By Hij M � j i i r r / Ds>W, No (ViCn� *ii.�C!.c�. Ci be ixhaJ Ox lutj�*. Tu begin at half an Hour anxr 6 o C3c*5s_ | At jthe particular Deflre of Icver^l Perfons of ~ Dittinclbrt. By s-Gutf*Hy- of Comedians from M thi Theatres, 7", �.. At the New Theatre in the Flay-Market, ���*t>�K beirf tbe iyih ofjaoc. will bit prt/Wd^tht TmMti Hif?wy , - - G EG RGE   BAR NWfeLL. Go*** fc�m*�ll, Mn. Chirkt; MiUwcod. Mr*. Robtrn i 1 horo*� good, Vie. IUt"�.o ; Trunin, Mr.AWoodtrtidi Matin t*H� llttlt iatu T��^" i Vvm, Ktr. tltlUm-,  witb ihc Orig>al Cpilogut by Mt�. Brett. *h;t>i will bc-^ld�,1. The   MOCK    D OCTOR. or, The Dumv Lady Cu r'd. The Mock \>j(kw,Mt*. Cbuke : Darets, Mis. Robert! \ (it Ja(p�t� Mr. Mwoi�ri; rKarUte, Aiili r.r�tt i Leaner, Mr Cfle. Was �m Nymph like Rof�mtx�j, luojl by'MilV Jones. And UawOojt by Milt Bieit. To begin cxaAly at h4f in Hour after Six o'ClotlN. v Boxet+t.   Pit*i. 6J.   Gallety li." No Money to be rctaruM after tna Cuiiain ia draws Up. '    .. Jt Air. sfdKESVy^i/^fY, la IJlington- Road, ON Wednefday the 19th Inftant� luch of th�Nob>iitf *tA ueetrjr -�hw wilt b�r>l��feJ 10 booonr the f.au *irh their Pr*&(Ke, �rii�w$t wttlt ao Af\erooouM)i�eiGc� in ~ Ac N^Mc Scwkc of Ucfcace, httwcta^Mr. Robert Carter,..�ho htt tai ihc Honour ioHr�c4bree k*u fou?hi a blwir l�trt� en the 90ih of M�y, �i(b HdiriabMi, bnib Dnog crju�l to Valour aW JadtaMArt 'tvib roqai: the Stage wiiboot luring a >u, erivxjty but theQiuliiy ac*i*dUogfrom liubliain IrcUn^ 2J�-__A tVft and Jrhiti to bght iMHto fut t*�-jj" rnr Two Onio�i� cku >i tbt I-     BuilttfKtt't Wi jlc; Bull 1 the tirll �hai*� trill'd WtBrli" a��yl f.thtMooer iouc tiuiuotad l-allow Birch bufy from Vimm. r las - aid il* mhet rba FaUua; Dog Lyon from Whi'ecbapcfr jaiy; rtc f "W*s i>o t�� great Bear^Dafei ta6j;hr t��4ie(-gget Ibf3" 0*< nfc 10 t:.e Gao^olacc      r*o or iftrro       alter bias. A'it#. /f*r< wrfl fv talr-antBeat-bdltlfg i*try U��da,, Ibfmttf, *x *ri�'d trtjm IHrt/i "Sw�i|bt�. trfarra be i�a�fAcn opao an ia.i3-� the fe*i-� hirodrta teagoeitrofla'tauj, toaing bur- IA.j5 �*m.b �*fl> 'fbftli* ibrp'a 4-rew, �>d cigh^rr*Biir�JLh�cai but     *e�cbt. pe^tttMppine tiarrcit saaVa-balt- ot oil. 7ft* Maty dt iL*  i� Colour, have |it(n rba...... a'cliirir ^aiiiUAioa (u ihc GAirkmen a"J Ladici wan have already 'fees j.jsu bit Aitxtl ia Sfljl^'d. luting giuwn bayorvi Hi. pcfltuv^.     Omixi {j.t*> iBUlei m iikirgbirn) hat t*eti OfcligVlto tCs-M.ie *��*eC*fce, wfilJi i� ica Fuot ftju*�c. awl (otlruflg aiid jawi* �5i*� *Cuji�ay *pja��ifi�. , _   . be teca �r.f iMir of the Day wubout ioit of Tint. RoviJ-|Exchangc Afluranre-O/nce, '14 June, 1734. fllE  CORPORATION if tht ROYAL EXCHANGE-ASSURANCE do hereby givt * .\jtne, that fir the greater Em:*^**."* ,r f4.:caj AJbrug ^tb tit Jmid CORPORATION, tf.tf have ULDUCfiD tbtir Puoiium of FIRL-A5SLKANCK5. **d      deir ytJM Horn �*/ ai fsdhu, viz. Timber Boilc'rtg), or Goodj therein, at 61. f*f Ann. Sums AtTuied. Any Sum not exceeding 200L 1       -a.?*"       I- ?oo vCOO J s )     2CO f '5 )   ICC 1   IOGO  /*r^  i^2v! 4tn�Jw IkJLLx^k, tx Otajd* tlSacseia. � at 4 J. per A-ax t d- a 6>  03 pa Cm fa Atx^ pr Cent, per Ann. Hawrdouj Ccodi, in Tim* ber or '1 Utch*d Houfea, at to %. per Ann. �� d. \ 6}p�Cent.p^^i$.;. J A\i i?-*t tlty SHILLINGS ;Vr /> S�.VLN YKAKS, *s arn B'~i ar liuid.Kr.        5*� a*/ /xindxr-jf 10C0/. yir T .r C�r- �i    /*' �j ZvaooJ jaa- i'OL'ki'LLN iHiLLlNCS prr i it/iy CttUi or V.iKt> tbutzrj iJ mjkt giod Li�ii.   PrtXfjJi s3 Lujjt titer, vz r,� -1    i.r N. H    All Pf.tr., aistxdj A�lt>td iy th fitd&rf.t&xm jhjil It i-*J-.d m tun JtsSmt I'ujimnti, iu.*'di*f to l- it l-.d �v .' it Qf-t l>� tbt A.t f*tlr. rJ"'"% til abj: t rut �; .'<.� d.   

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