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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 19, 1834, London, Middlesex                                j�t/tyf tf$bt tirf&d the Mail from France. Mtvdmm^ Jane iy. |AST Night,the Ffeath fttttW 1b Out-work before Pfailipibttrg, and were i�p�h%l-with confide rtbk Lot*.  The [Governor of that Place has acquainted Prince Eugene, that he b Hill in a (Condition to defend himself lor (btoe -Weeks.  A Detachment of the Impr-riaHfts fcsring attack'd the French Foragers under a Guard of 3000 Men, de-Jetted them; and took 1500 Horfcs. Jjft Friday Srado, fkk^uccs arid bihet Tools were dclivcr'd - ia the Imperial Army, proper fc'r forcing of Intrsnch--And at the fiune Time Orders were given to alt the High Water at Lt**�-Vri � � J S 4th�, 104. Ditto New Awwkio iof 1 itk, 104 t half; tOJ. , Three pet Cent. Atmtity 94. Million �*nk 107. African21. York-Buildings a 3 4th!. Royal Affuranat 94. London Afcrwe iT. New Batik Circula-t�o t\' . SoutR^ea Bond* iL is. a zl Prem. India Atto si 16s. a �1.14s. preri. Tore* per Cent ditto il. 8*. Prew. Engliftt Copper tl. 14*. Wetlh ditto Boofa (hut. CHjlom-HMftt London, June 18, 1734. (JwVfi Ih toone, . ( Citizen mrnt Chtbuvrktr #/ I,o hook) Tt k e*t tf tbt Bri&e Mofitri ef ttitQtf, m f*r mmifM*. JthmM'tU, tittratdi *W� ittm - AnvrjaM* e/* 'Aun*� I Mr/, bod great Ltjrt, and km$bi UralargiFoMtfc tovftmm Jftrf ttndn^Cbilmrn stJrMrwwW f*r. Toe Ektiion wiH be on Mkirutaifttt-Day, Mtl I bf* thw Favour of my Friends to be mlyw the HaB.     r1       ._ By a Company pf Comedians from both tbt theatre}* S�nrto~ attend upon the Surgeon General; and receive , Sifio the proper NcCeOaoet for wounded MtH.            I /VV Iburfday Ibe Zjlh I/ljUnt, at 3 0* Clock ! pL* Ts� 20. Our Advices from the RMrie r^firin the   V/ ^^r^/wtf^f^V/#5�JHr^./CW*, For   S ALE, By Order of the Honourable^:Cdmnuffibncfs of.  AT *e NeW Theatr� in the Hay-Mafk*^ Ymnt withrwhtdrtberSiege of Prilipfburg is carried on by Acock Marflul d*'AsRldt i they add, chat oor Troops have. ^uicd tbC-Covcr'd-fwy and a Hornwork of Ihe Placed-- JaroorKeWJ, *e muft own, is femetimes too (anguine, fince iiikStSeofthsCbuntry, to attack and to carry are fuppo&M ^6aer4fnf,��'�abd aln^ys thot^bt itifepanble to a French tgm. The fane fettm iriettion, tkat  Party of 100 Huf-jtji and 50 Dragoon?, who had been fcnt out for Inttlligstice, vim ire if the Imperial Army hadpafii'd tie Neckar, un-ytaif fell ia with a large Body of. the Enemy's Horfc, who-jak fainecl the Huflars Prifoncn, and purlu'd the others ktial Leafcucs. - Oat Accoonts tram Italy advife, that the greateft Part of m Aftsy has enter'd the Pannezuv and that the ItnpsriaUAs tXRencamptdon the other Side the Lenza, fp that the ttvo by in Sight of each other, and were only feparatcd by tbtRh-er. The Count de Grraont, Prince of the Blood, the Princes if 0�tJ and Doabe*. and the Count o? Eu, arc juft created tffffafc of his moll Chriftrat Majefly VCarnJn and Annies. _ They write iron Cadix, that an Advice-JBoat was artiv*d ' rhot from the Havannah, with theNctvs that the Galleons  prrpos'd torlbliow him in about eigbt Days, amrthat all the OoU and Silver was put on board four Men.of War to be Btafportcd to Spain. " T.- The Maiflul de Viflars died the 17th Inflant at Turin, *Oa^7*f 17. Wiod W.byK! His Majeffly*s Ships tecnia. The outward-bound tail'd Yeflerday Evening.   Ar� nVd, Gale, Bbckburn. rrom janiaka; Brionmia, < hoaCaciZt John, Gill, from St. Chrillophet's. L O N D O N. HitXbjeflyV Slup the Aldborougfa a arriv'd at Portftnouth fitarCarotina, having on board James Oglctborp, E% who eabufcjd on board the fitid Ship at Charles Town. ' Yeflerday arriv'd at Dover in (even Weeks from Jamaica, ArRaehefter. Capt. Tomer, who came from thence in Com* paw with the Marcmaid, Capt. Crawford. VeSerday the South Sea-Corflpany (ent proper Peribns down tsWoolsrich, to receive irem on board hi� Majffty's Ship the Plow* between3b aod 40 Chefbtof PiecesoLiught, whicli oune hi her from Jamaica lor their Account. " -   Yelcraay the four Troops afXife Guards, and the two Tmpsof Horfe-Grcnadicr Guards, wcrenmdci'diQllyik-j TaVk.'' ' And this Day the firft, and Tcanoirrow the fecond and tHtdftrpmenis of Foot Guards will be muOcrvd b'kewifir. The General Review of the three Regiments of Foot-^Chards by his Majefty conrinoes fix'd for Saturday next: That of the IforMjuards is not yet appointed.  All the OSccrs of Oe Foot-Guards will appear in newCloaths. We hear that Mr.iielwin, who oppos'd Mr. Bofwortb for  til tad ait-laytt*, :' str. Jone* and Mr.tialUm. Hitb E*t*rtai*Mtnts tf Shying and Damiif, af nc-st.witl be tcviv'd a Caanidy, (nut aAM ttwtr it-Yean) cli'd The Nw^rif, wfifiii^y Cotwl Cikhtr, fttoVott* Uar��t.       - .   ' . .      . . - v:'i �     :     .. To be S E E Nt   .  ; . tlii Day and for At future, bmvttn tbt Hum if ft* tmi Eigbt (Pritt Five SbillingiJ in L*k*fltt~toiJ)jiB*tuttt* rit , \AK. CHOVET's, Surgeon, Wine* Fi� � IVjl �oro of Anatomf (with fc^cral Imprc^iMivti uc^hi* ft* tnoMUrom his hte troott 15 TOranae^imi) wbwh ttptttmtt a *o� m�n cham'd du�n upoo a Table, ioppo�M opr�'�l ati�a, wbtrvln the CiiftuUtioii of the Blooi w mad* �tfi��*tW OUd V�btt�ml *>rt*rt�X The ClieolstKm t� aKb �ttta (tarn iha Mother t*> ine.ChiU, �*d ftoaj-ihtX^iM to sEs-Atoihtr } with the fidolitk �nd 4tittq4kk the tican, arul to* Aftiwi of the Lobgi. M\ wb�h rattiotlatt, R�-peiher with .fc�erat otrter rf�p*rwwM,a*4ltbt (htwn *Oi fiatrlf espitiwVliii linRt'dharVrfoeii, by M�.Cb..�ci himlctt. Note, A Gentlearoman properly quslrtjM oMaittad the Ladle*. �� � ' ./    ,.-- 1  '" ~;-*- , -   This is to' give Notice, tbaf~xy THE Truftees appointed by Aft of Parlia-____men fur nptiringiha Soad I torn Fulbiro to�>at�fMilmitk, iwr on^Iondayjhe aith Inftant wilt bcr � of fettral Bri�k�*y�i�. Ojh*p�*w�      �* *** b*1^- a in; 1 'dcur*4 mimes at thaswaop M�nhtWtd|s� at fwhuo, T��w���w_. thvaoth iitiiiB'i at-ynXln*k^^Mho.A�**ggPfa..,, . ,. rb~i7~u to gne~Notue to attmurmjberi of, Handicraft Bujfyiejfes% J? HAT ~'^ui^^^^^^^"^t'�^*'l9-t^.*cwhfor iVosvoihjtZ foth as are frrenstn af �J>i� C'�f  �'    - �      _ � \k/HEREAS WUIiam Hadw�y, a Boy near VV 1* Y*ar*ofvt��,hu been ouili 11 figtuiiis ParwrttfeiM taeP> d�'y(hci|ihiall�ni.. Whoever biinfsihi.o, �B'�nNolw�ba|�t�|t �-*�^rMi�|wM�ri.ft*tt totals* half � _^_____       --    -    . . Waittwar, Cjmtmm C0�- is, toMr.H�U�v�y.,**te|h_*l*� a Ouioea Ra�frtd.  H* h�d on awhile 9unA TnOiTT or ntiflaid fome ttratrfincc Tucfday London. yHMRE being a Vacancy for a Bridge-Mafler, .------------------------,     X +jTbt Death rf Mr. Job� Waaa, I humify rtipitjl tbt Tomer, Efqj lately ekatd Kmght oflhe Shire for York, FaveurefyourVttt aadtitrtfi tf bt'tnt^ytu^ti^Mafiert^ *�aMifiakr. | fo^n i�n bred a Meuhnt. andfru0hBtaeijmitbtCm^ �en�rday MorBtng the Judges met at the Exchequer-ChsinbeT at ^mwQer, ajsdichose their Cuiutts ror the Sananrr-Affizes, viz. Ktr/ili Cir.uit. -......- todHanfcick aWMr luftce Denton, - Utmt Cinttit. Lord CHef Juftke Eyre and Mr. JuiUce I'robyn. Midland Cireuit. Lord Chief BarOn Reynolds and Mr. Barer* Corny ni. Nsttkeni ~Ctr(uit. Mr. Jufiice Pa� and Mr. Juftice R*eve. Ifrjiern Cireuit. Mr. Baron Carter and Mr. BaranThomplbn. 4 ' Oxford Cireuit. Mr. Juftice Fortelcuc Aland and Mr Juttice Lee On Wtdmtiday lafi tkert �au * gnat C>t(ttt-Mat(b */� .partfird Br-mf, bttiuen Luis* am lUnt, -v.-hieb iua> � by the former. tU there iiai fix lo four land agavtjl Undm %a tbt uu24Utfd*i}amt. It it tbeagbl there it uf-wardi of Mi� lam-djtd Pm^J, laid im Bye Bets ef the next Matib. i-.bitb it to bt frfdimtt* Artillery Ground by MtarfoUt, tbu Day dt lyrb hfiant. XkntnUllbtaLtr.e'rvnKdthliw'd, a, upal: all Ptrfmt iut tbt Gamtjteri ore d.fo'J to i>tp -uihontjidejf tbt fa*1 Yeeiri; and bavt bttn uftn tbt Linttn mftuardt of futtafyfour but having nut with gnat Ltffit hySta and Land, dt Ifpe for jour kind IndJgenet, tu being fi gad at to afftar ett'ly in tbt Hall en Midfommtr-Day next, to foveur mt -uitb jtur Volet, ivbicb will it grattfolly a(im*uiltdg'd by, Crnftcrncty Year aoft tbeditjt brnmblt Servant, WILLIAM DAVEY. T'-J ft'onight,afeseosMMRiofiwitli�lquiclinwrWf aidtlabrar�� > BrUbam pUmTtui* let dowa the Shaok. whoever h*s fuftv'i it and will bri'14 it to M>. WiUlim OcMfmiih, at �l* BUtknwora* ~-Held in i'tBtwriWIitei, (ball U��� one Gtuoca He . OrifUTtifeJ f tobep��o'4foldoe taluM, pray Hop sr. sitd you thall hart th* Jam* i I Keward- -. 5ST a fquare yellow Topaz, with the; Arms and Creit sut thcictm, via. Atcfsbetwc^twoCottlcts, tbi:�*d �iih cbrcc Flower tie Li�; ihe Oclr a N��'t H<�d with a LUlf in his Mouth. wh< e�er hatfoui4 the Uid Toptx. sad will hthslb MS 4?|s��isA'clnit,.C^at*lllli at the OjJWmiUm*? tot'ffiFfmm^mlmi"T^ base hall a Cuisea Kc�a(d. ~ ^ "   =------------......,- N. B. No greater Rewsrd will be'offerM, U fceinfof uoOfc bat to -the Owner. --/ � .     � LOST"-on Saturday lart, in or near Newgate-(Ireci, a frnall Ovg, bttweta -a Dutch and Usoilh Ore**, wf * reddith Txatf colour, full bliak Bit* tad blatk Nu�^-�ifWff*io llsa Name of B�tfk, -Whu . aVtA�cic  of a_gpod^ i and hit. agreciibl� LiKhtotf* �i.ip!�i(�nt fUsowt, attaw'd) IJudfct pref��at?je ro DuitlitUai, �r�ay-otMt-Mals liqaar. ..-juu nw^cisle to titoilttncu, Merchants, or ethers (betoH *ciy 6t. Utt '. Eiportatiui) or in Bulilct (delirct'd t-j any pin of ihitotra) at ..A &y &X: perUoi. rbe Botil�*,tut,*4eJ, -sad lb J. p�r Vat, aUvw'd fee   / ,ibcm who rtturu'd. -------   ..     "T By JOHN  POWELL, at m&tf$ C'ffitbtujtin Kingfiatt, nearGuildbalL N. �. Where** there it great Dwunits fo� ibe Wd tar uilittsav V from lcrer�l pansof WtOmWrvr, & .J�mtV�, Suutbj���k, aodwiaar l"U�e� abyui the Town, fo hi ttUUvt ttum 'ht Hh� 4 *J� WblSfc tniks* ilw ?o'eis�eo� ir very spenfi��. i�d c^pscqueotlir wry aaacfc ieOeiorbe Profit; tow is tiwrefoc* 10 ���� NQiifc, r�� *Mu**mAm iia thtfe�� tuf othtt Parts of the Town) niay rv fetr'd wi******* � F�.rio Mj|0>c*ds. fur Kcady Mwey, at fush africe, ihftby 1 01 Bontit* w)U admit of a irdoolble hunt. 4 '� *UPerfoti a,t d.fo'dUhv.ik to beep ojf de U'alli' Tbe Pawls?      *'       ^/u* '      ' �i~a tbt W'1' ^ tlejfP, T Royal-Exchange-AlTurance-Officcj, 14 June, ^734. CORPORATION of the ROYAL EXCHANGE-ASSURANCE do behby _ to, LVItUgrtlr E�Z�tut of Ptrjw A/for,% ,itb lie Ja.d CORPORATION, ** *W fVEl^UCEO letaiuau e. Any Sum not execedutg a - ,oco of FIRE-ASSURANCES, and tbat tUb frejent Rattt are *'/fT> *"* . _   . Bnck Building, or bowls I    Tuubei Buddings, or therein, at 4 s. per Ana. s. d. Sums Afluied. 001. 403 per Cert ptr Ann. Goods tlierciu, at 6 j>. per Atn. 3? ^3 Cent, per Ann. Hazardous Gacds, i�T bcr or Thatcu'd liraic*, at 10 s. pet Ann.   , 1. d. 1 I b} P�rCent PfAM- And tbat the, TU Mu>' t�*i tbt AJvm any Otllt tr C;*r ibv - it euulugmd l.t/ft,    PrtU.,*l, at large may be bud at their Qj/ue on tie W A**'�**< N. B All Pupa already %und\ tU fod Cvp*aim jhdl bt eaj.d tn ibur fotu,, P^mtdt. W% * * aliuemtuii-tiJ.    

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