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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 20, 1834, London, Middlesex                                f H%S R S D A Y, Jti j?t *6, 1734. ftjltrJay arriv'd the Mail from Holland. Anconfly June y. 6 U NT Vilconti, late Viceroy of tfa-pies, ii fife arriv'd here r.om I'cicins, with four Feluceos arid fix arra'd Barks, freighted with his Effect to a great \ a-lut: He is preparing to let out for Rome. They write ..tram Juatne, th.it the Imperial Court has order'd 3000 Crpatians to embark there for the Province ot la Pouil.'a in the Kingdom of Naples, m which Country there is a Body of lm-mjIJj ft'll remaining, tJthc Number of 3poo Men. �* -�      'I'hc French Men of War continue 5r fcriKoSi, waiting the Arrival of M. de Cue Twain's Squa-JJ,in order to return Dantzick to engage jointly the Ruman fit*. tmi to 'ijb'd of Offb^tn, June 18 " "Dad, v dron, in, order fit fillmyng Atttmnt of tit late A�lim at Cclomo fi> differ from the Relation tie Ftenib have pnbiiji >   " that Engagement. . From tbe" Imperial Camp at Sor fall, June to. On the 2d Infant the Imperial Army being advane'd near Colorno, Or-Jen *x� given to Major General Hcnuin to brifcg up the Artillery and Pontoons under a fumcient Guard, 'i he next Day ^oti Parties were lent out to reconhoitie the Enemy ; and (toe of them having rode op to their very Trenches, returnd "iiuYirJ Account thatrtheir Army was in full March, and loon ifer a large Body of Cavalry was percciv'd to advance towards jj^ho. The Spies at the (ante time reported, that the French wat rtfolv'd to attack that Poft, notwitriihhding the Difficulty ofthe Attempt, the lame being fuppoited by the whole Irapc-litl Army. On the 4th our Artillery atriv'd : The fame Morning early the Enemy advane'd towards Colorno in four Column, whereupon our Army was rang'd in order of Battle co this Side the River Parma, and the Garrifon of Colorno wj reiofore'd with 12 Companies of Grenadiers and. 1600 Pikrmen, under the Command of Major General Sin* At Eight o'CIock the Enemy attack'd with great Fury the Head .af-tbe Bridge, but being repub'd, they reui'd into fome Farm-ffoufes that were near, and kept a perpetual Fir? from thence moo the Imperialifts : In the Evening they began to.excel Phtforrns, in order to batter in Breach. 'Aj the French feetn'd to flaofecn their Works during the following Night, it wa� fufpefkrd they had fome other Defigns ; ind at length the Patrols inform'd us, that the Enemy were ffliKhisg off uuder Cover of thtrNight, and had taken their Root toward*1.Parma j upon which it was refolv'd to retreat ttotir old Camp at Sorbolo, to prevent their making any At- tttnm upon Regio : Accordingly the AniUery, Pontoons and H�f Kent went In firft and got 31. then the Loodonen went in Baggage filed on the next Morning early, and the Grenadiers, Pikcmen and Rear-Guard retir'd fucceffivdy from Colorno, without receiving a fingle Fire upon the Part of the Enemy. - By all the Accounts brought us by Defertcrs, the French had . l^)0o Mfokill'd and wounded, whiltt on our Side we loft but five Officers and 103 private Men. and had about 10 ofthe litter wounded. On the 6th we receiv'd Advice, that the Enemy ha,d dctach'd 10000 Men towards the Oglio. On the 7th General Merci aniv'd here from Padua, finer which Time ooihiog confidcrable has happen'd. Ftnid, June 12. They write from Conftantinople, that there was a warm Report there of a Peace being near concluded with the Perfians, but that the Preparations for War were tott.'ver continued, the which fome would infinuate to be intended for an European War } particularly as 'tisaiTur'd, that theChanjof Tartary being advane'd to Bender with 80060 Men, tlie Gfand Signior bad order'd him to detach 20000 towards Choraim, upon the Frontiers or Poland- ,    - ~^~Trm the Ruffian Camp before Dantzick, June 16. On the i+thlnftant, a large Tram of heavy Artillery, together with * proper Supply of Ball, and other Ammunition, arriv'd here in flat-botiom'a Veffcls from Pillau, where it had been put on Shore by the Fleet.. Yeiterday we renew'd the bombarding of ,,l*DantMc�i, which was the warmell Day's Work we have yet nude, ami the molt fuccef ful, feeing the Magazine was the bin; Day blown up, which by the Noiic and Shock accom-pinying the Blair r mull have contain'd a large Quantity of Gimpowdrn a dreadful Fire enl'u'd, and continu'd burning" this Morning, but we know nothing ofthe particular Damage it hu done. The Fleet was liktwifeXcftcxday drawn up before Wech- -filliumde^ and play'd againll the Fort the whole Day. One o� the Bbrhb-ihips was placed to annoy the French Camp, and the other threw leveral Shells into the Fort, one of which let " frealfbto the^fagaw^rCWpow^oeTlnere,' ana^bleWWfi^ Go. MvnicH ru/pofa to attack the (aid Fortotuhc 18th loft. . Utiitlbcr^ June 18. On the 1 bth lnitant 300 of the lm patUflQile arnv'd here from the Camp at Heilbion. Thty *ere follow'd the next Day by 000. Foot, who immediately gfttd themfclves in the Avenue* to tbb Town, and took P*f- -�ffion-T)f the ^ates. Berlin, Juiu \y. We have a current Report here, that his ftaffiiriM'kjdly intends Jbonly to make a V tilt to the Imperial Army incognita.'   '--------- ��^�Fraxiftfi, June zo. Prince Etigene's Army began,Yefler-�yi about e in the Morning, to march from Hailbron in two ulujnns.   The Bridge of Boats which was at Maycnce, was ' j�the 1 j tli carried up the Rhine, whence it's furmis'd, that nis Highndi intends tfl pals ihat River in cafe he finds it too difficult to attack the Ficnch in their Camp before Philiplburg. The DaniQi Troops arc expected to arrive to Day in the Neighbourhood of this City. vDtai> Jmt '8-   AH his Majefly's Ships remain.   Sail'J. j*�gara hfcrchant, Woodrof, for Newfoundland ;  - Homans, for Genoa.    Arriv'd^ JJLt^wty, ^"omttTiis, From v^Li3i*^'yrJToMrnion, from Antigua ; and James, -v�takley, from South Carolina.   Wind E. by S. t LONDON.       ( l*ft Sunday about Noon died after a long Illncfc, at Kel- ' her Age, her Grace and Hcircfs ol the , o-� - Lady of the blighted natural Parts, TUDP�raHeird Piety 4nd Religion, adorn'd with all Moral thrutian Viitae, the molt duntul Wife, tender Mother, *"� Rektion, tounlilul Millre6, and the trueit Friend .  A ^Example in a corrupt Age.   She left to hi> Grace the �* of Ruibnd thiee Sons and two Daughters.        '� '   ' *� Indian Ring of the Lower Crii> ot Georgia, with bjs >gw>, the Prince his Son, and four of their Chief., are ccroe ud Hi1       ^^^rp* "�the Aldborough Man ol War ; it Pwfinouib, ate cow on the Rood lor Icam by private Letters from the Hagtit. that the Pro-vmfe dfxHolbBd has been in no (mall Fermentation for feme Works pauVori Account of a fooliOl Tradition which preraird amongit the Roman Catbolicks there, that whenever the Fe~ rtfral of the Ho)y\Sacrament was the next Day to that of St. John, there would happen a Revolution in their Favour, both of the Religion and Government of that Country 1 and the fame falling out this Year, xhe Common People were to a-bxrm'd for Fear of a MaflacreKthat they had all provided t.Vemtclvcs with proper Weapons ag*mll the Time, to defend themfclves iri Cafe of Danger. ^I'is^aAl fprcad Co general, that the Clergy rud*becrt oblig'd to reprelent from the Pulpit, that the Incident of the tw&tcltivah following each other, mult necefuuily happen 4n tbc^Courie of the Kalendar, the like baring been, withoot any ill in 1546 and 1666, and will happen again in tSS6and    j- We hear that a Treaty of .Marriage is onjbot betw Capt. Bloodworth, onr of the Eo/j�rioHrrt1s Royal Higl the Prince of Wales, and the Lady Lcinfa Benic, Siller to bis Grace the Duke of Ark-aOer. Latt Monday Night the Right Hon. the Earl of Dunmore, one of the fixtecn Peers of Scotland, and Colonel of the third Regiment of Foot Guards, arriv'd at his Hooic in Hanover-fquare from Scotland, and on Tudday he waited on their Ma-jcltiwat Kcntington, and met with 4 moil gracious Reception. Laft Sunday died at Oxford, the Rev. James Philips, M A. one of the Frllpws of St. John's College. Yefterday Morning his Excellency M- de Bork, Envoy Extraordinary from tnc King of Pruffia, receiv'J an Exprrb from his Court, with Difpatcnes of great Importance, and in the Afternoon his Excellency (ct out for Renlingtoo, . to communicate the tame to hb MajetTy.  A few Days fince, the Rev. Mr. GiHhatn was preien�id by Edward Gordon, Efq; to the' Rectory of Rippon, in" the County and Dioccfe ot York. Yeiterday came on theEIeftion of a Commcn-Couoial-Man for the Ward of BafiUhaw, in the room of Mr. William Monk, deceas'd: The Candidates were Francis Cooper, E(q; Secondary of Woodllrect Compter, and Mr. Calvert, an eminent Attorney : The Numbers upon the Poll were, For Mr. Cooper     �      ��     38 Mr. Calvert  -*   � 20 Wherenpon MV. Cooper was dcclarVL This Day coma on the Eleaion of an Organift for St. Michael's Comhill; the Candidates are Mr. KdJoway, Mr. John Young, jun. Mr. Frewd, Mr. Worgaq and Mr. Boycc Yeiterday there was a Cricket-Match in the Artillery-Ground, play'd between London and Kent: The Gamefters and got 107, Kent went in again the second time and got bat ci ; 10 that the Londoners wita one band, without going in the iecond time, beat the Kentilh men by 15. We have an Account from the Mrs of Orkney in North' Britain, that one John R  ifey died lately in the Island of Ditlrey, aged .13 8 Vears; and that the boo who inherits his filiate was born to him whillt he was in the 100th Year of his Age....... "      '   � ^ NnviMJflt, June 14. On Monday latt began our Races, and the 301. Plate for ^ Year olds was won by Mr. Anthony Smith's chefnut Gelding The Ro \ in June. On Tuetby the 301. Plate, given by Wakrr Blacken, Efij; was woo by Jofm 5impfcm, Elqi's grey Horfe Shuffle and Cut. On Wedtcldaf the 301. Plate, given by Walter Blacket, ECj; was uun by "Mr. Charles Grey's roan Gelding Lierty and rVopmy On Thuriday the Gold Cup; Value 50 Guineas, by 6 Year olds, was won by Marroaduke Tunfbl, E(q;'s, cbruut Horse Bat-chelor.   And on Fralay the 40 L Plate was wen by Francis Appleyard. Efqt's, cheihnt Horfe Quiet Cuddy.  _^_ High Water at London-Bridge tnis Day, at Minutes after 2 in the Morning; and 4; alter z in the After noon. Yeiterday Bank Stock was 137 1 halt', tulta 146 1 half, 147. South-Sea Trading Stock 79, a s ball. Old Annuities 104 i" 4th, a 1 half. Pino New Annuities 105, far the Opening. Three per Cent. Annuity 94 1 half. Million Bank 107. African 22. York-Buildings, z 34101. Royal Afluxanw 9; 1 half. London ABmnoe 1a. New Bank Circulatkn 7I. Prem. - South-Sea Bonds 2L Prem. India dittos 14s. 2I. 8s a 10s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto il. 6s. 4 8s. Prem.   Engbjh Copper ' 11. 14s.  Wdih, dnjo Books (hut.___;__ PON a falfe Report rais'd of a Wrong __docc, (he uaict wfiicca Adicrtiicsot was pobUh'd �9 �tcr Al*ir�MLlift*��o*r Use ?ihlaUaafcr Thu it 10 Jdxertife ttt PUbti, ' That if itc littieDuitb Broker y aftioo *a�hroogbr taaisH-Ux Uucb fmktt. w any t*�h. ta be fu* by M� f��ty. "OST the i7thlnftant, about Baylwaicr, a M in CrVarrAW $(�'tt>   ^ " Tq the Worthy Liverymen oftlic City of Gt London. STLtMIK, rHERE king a Vatam-far-A Bnire-Mapn h 'fy Death*f Mr, John Wina, / U*       ' >�*r ffnmr fore and htertft It h m #Aw��- Rridtt-Majltrt, a^vfenhnd* Mtffb**t, *�lfiirtf:fo*t*rMi^Cm?- pam/^d tave teen *p�* the Liven *~fT-!5fi!L K-ar, t 'fkKfan----Jai"""^";"''"*' -fi-.-nrwc'WiiX'if'iiii inloim my Ciciulemm of two Cwoirr-hoalW, foUi or t�e ny Mirct from London, dial Will be 1(11 ft a ��./ rfaiuB* able hci.i, tor any Term of Year*. T'Z/it  CORPdRATION if the ROYAI Royal-Exchange-Affurance-Ofike, 14 June, 1734 OYAL EXCHANGE-ASSURANCE do hereby A to, rt�fir%hr^"E�wev^ifto/TW"i'S T'h lh'Jatd CORPORATION, tb  lUi, Prtmtnm, of FIRE ASSURANCES, wed that tbei, pejent Ratei art at filltrw. w%. Sumi Aflutcd. Any Sum not exceeding 2001. '       1 1        -,1a*         � 200 ioco 2cco   _) =       5 And that tber-ujlt J/u'e fir SEVEN YEARS per Cent, per Ann. Timber Buildings, or .   Good* thercui, at 6 j. [Kt Ami. per Cent per Ann. Brick Builimgi, ci CoiaIj therein, a: 41. per Ann. s d. 2 o 2 6 403 . _ Bri.kcrS SHILLINGS ptr Cent aed as far at zocct f� rOUR'l EEN SHlLLfNOS fer Ctnt airy Calh or CoBtrii/utimi to mtaitgxd Lijfet.   Pr^'-uh at large tsa\ bi bad at then Ojfue in tbt Rvyal E.%<),n"i' N. B. Alt Perjtnt alrtadj Ajfmred by lU fiudCmfrmtua fkalt bf tajtd ut tbe.r future Pojmrnti, a.dirdtnj abwmutiien'J. Haardotu Good], in Tim* bcr or Thatch'd Houics, at 101. per Ann. 3. d. S �' 7 6 ^ per Cent, pc Ann. Bu:JJi , any Sum Ml eXittding 1 for-T-VVELVE uitUul jn'je.-.'wg tie .-t^nxj I* N tie Ratu   

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