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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 22, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Advcrtifer. 11-,� . i.......r SAT U R DA V. Jti n i lav 1754. ... j ftjtirday arrh'd a Mailfrem Holla, fam tb ave taken a Rufiian Ship, contrary to the Article which his MajsftyjUpulatcd in Ikvotrr of his Allies when he granted the Ufe 0} bii^orts to the French Navy, and rhrreferepaywg that he will.p;jcure the fame to be rettcr'd. They write I'roni Stockholm, tjjat the S\vedifl> Sertateprcceed in their Deiibera--Wm with all imaginable MudmtkjasieLIiluea: And-froa^ Dtddtri, that King Auguilus waits only the Retult of the ap-^wching Affembly of the StaKsof ht. Eleetonat to ictuin to  *'ra,V�ii-Jutt* H-  The cjtceffive Ratty wiieh     lateiy, P^gu^.jnconimoded. rJic .^/eiich in their AppteUbM-tie- :w^ilipl|u^JX^^^ aJvant'd the Sap of their prinoipleAnacU agsjrul theHorn wo;L on the fide of Rheinhaufcn, To the wiy -Jaliant Angle cf lix ^n'r'^ tt'ay, and made a lodgment thcte by Nooo rjit fame 'Fliey hare been ftnjgll^^uOBe^lX^ni "into the Vim, and flatter thcinl'elves to carry the Place m leU than a .fortnight. . ,    . Prince Eugene, with part of his "Armv, quitted Hsilbrcn -T+9thi~andwasrftffldwrd by tie reft the next Day, Hi* jbghnefs halted at Eppiugcn, which Place he made h'is Head vuwters, the Left of the Armv itre'cliir.tj alon^ '  the tide cf JHuchlal, and the Right tewa/dj Heidelbuig AU thing. b> >ng rjady, cfie Ptmce intends to advance this Day w '^e *i*,*!*J^Lmp before Phihpib-jig, la that we expert wJoailv Wreceive lomejmportant New* from 'that Qcarter. T.w ���h, heivever^will ,ot bclitvc that lusjikhncfi dareai �kkJhem;-and-preteiiTto aflurc,' that his Pulpofc u to act* "eKhiue; and indeed the Bridge of boats, which has beeii Brought hithef from Msyence, k-ems 10 indicate fcme fucb. jwrnuon. The Danilli Troops pafc'J Vciterday thro' thii tv'5, ^ their way to the Imperial Camp, and 3000 Mrs ^ faU Army *a ^ ^ CiiUriluu of ^a>'tncc w &xPul> TU!il 20. The three Admirals and hL \Uf&\\ j *'!,th tht Profperity, Cumvn., to. Holland, and the i *U ^"c/Goatley, (o, iJamburun, remain.   Thu Morn LONDON a... Aon. i:c L  Plenipo:en:iary to the Court of Ruiii�. ha* Ot Connk-rc,;       thai Qwtg �(1 ��AI.uiiler PlenipLmi , cf the wri**d heire from lea their Majeilirs- at ception. .----  ' ,h lies dangerocfly �ill begrcaJy *dva�*srk*,n to tt* Boti3> Trade, and parti-Oilirfy to carVbottn JkUstttaacsr. This Momcsg sftci? Ten; hit Mrj-flr vrSl ft in the V*tk to Review i^tMtt'9x0sie^^�^-Jiii^t.~' And oa&k&t&y �'�; hw \:j)dly will Review in the fame Place his focr TrOcp* cf Lirc-Gaards and two Ttocp> of Hcrir-Grenadier*. Yeslefrfajr t^Horfr Gre�a�^rf*tTiKrtrJGr5rdat Krnltng-tott, St. JamX W:.ireian ssd tbe To�*cr, in the room of the Fciot Gxttnif, co Accoas: r* the Revkw. ^ The Prince asJ Piincr& oi Oraage were expefled to1 ar-irreas Yegerdayju the Hagse. Veaetday about 6 o'Gxk it the Eertsiftg. Jamct Ogle-' thorpe, E*ij; ,\..-3�ber of Partarocst fcr tiaflrmere, came ttvs\ hb Scat at Wctitrock m Seny, to hi* Hoafc in Old Pa-Lce-YanL Wcitoirtto, arowtpasted by fevm) Gentlemen of Dirt rot! rcc; and foes after wxttt to the Georgia-OiHce in Old Police-Yatd. itavrakcatlw other TraSets of thatO,.'onv,$/ who recertjdjBE* vkh aH pc^k AcknowkdginTrls Evx&icg the fsai Tiui'.ers gave a grand Esmtainmrct,^ oc-Cafion of that Gcn:iea^n"� lafc Arrival, and the Nwhtron-cbied with Rfegir^ oi BeSs, a Bcnfcrc, and Ov�r Demon tlrado&s cf Jot and GnuStode. On TkastdV lift Cot PiuLpBragge. Royal Ifcfpitjl of Rif^amKim in I      ' ' (bat Risgdcni; and Yedcnjar be Kenfingto-?, and xatx vush a g�t< The Ki^hc Hen. the Earl oi ill at his Heal* in GraCimssr.^�du On Ss&�day Eafi, a: Midjsghi. was in&rr'd at the Abbey-Ctarcb at Bsrfe, John H^anSmy. Eij; R^pefcnatiife in Parliament tot McniBoaahthsr: His Pail �as tspponed by the Mayor and five Akiftmen. YcOciday \'cEfcng dsrd is Rathbcrjc Place, near Soho-fqjare, Mrs New�Tm6y a XUtien Guskwoman of a con-fiJerabLr Fortune LaS. M^ndir diid at bis H�fc at OieSeston in the County of Can&riige. Mr. jota Weiib. fera^ly an cmioem Weft-Icdia Merchant cf thi� City: - Mr. Richard Drakeftvd'ias (�ea lately eJeftad Town-Clerk ofshe Bcsccgb of $�*�o*d, in the iccan of^Mr. ixma Dick-enrcn, dsceae'd. " The BadLhxv; begcai to pay tbe Prizes in the late China* Mr Corcraooc Ixkjsst.  rtrg^ Water m LMoagas-Mtt^t: tab; Ihkf, at 4$ Minutes after 3 in the Mcrctrg ; aad 4 adter 4 in the Afternocn. Yc^aday Bit . Stock was 137 1 half.- Icdia 146 t 41b. for the Opeuicg. ocota-Sei Tramng Soxh -9 1 hait.a^ths. Books (bus. OSd AeessJoa 104, a 1 9th. Ditto New An-nmtses 104 1 half. * 3 4tbs, Sot the Opening. Three per Cent. Aeaorxy 94. tor dt Opcnscg. Miiboc Bank |o?. African zz. YoeL-BsHaisp 2 J 4th*. Royal AvTurance qrj. Losrfoa ASonnee 12. a 1 ?th. New Bank Ciroolanon ;L Preis^ SocsbSt* Boads iL 191a d. Premi. India dino -2I. o�. ai� Proa,   rwee per C�M- dhto tl. 5�. Prens. , l^^;^i*ff!fM^^<^'ffc dgtB torfo ftat' _- T*//� hfjragns vffanifd by A3 tf Parlia- xm rt t*ht�- .vV ftrtimu Tuirti im tbt Lftrrtj firgrving Rttufa thtSxfrvrs im the C^uitmMr-Cmf^aritm, aeJJtlh.tr oat CiTti^katn ik Ota thmsf, /kspstlt iy tit Cejbsrritf itt 1'nnk l: tkt Bi*rmt�*ri?f\m*ce DAM�w/, tii l-rrcbsgi-vt SitUc^ TImI titj <:& *� tat* in m�i Wttr Jar Cntifnatti tb* faiJ 'Tu-iftt. of te^O^^ i� K^-T*t^t y^J. mar ihi Rttttft ef his ytajtpii EMCWfmrm em ftvr&n tit zjti tf Jiau, 1734, andfsJ.iTt Da?!i Day, ( stsjHUiJj)< r*(t]ltJ) fnttt fe* rm i&t fyrrmxa li2'Jt, V/* H^Jt/lttiiiv *vctcy effiertm*) *ri-^JOHN/BARNARD, Km. M 1 CAJ A H* PER RY� fiffi v Beii$ the fimsr AfJeriftrn *xh* b*vt met fir*?iA*t Qjfitft W %i*e*rt Gtstlteiitn keafafi *tft&nt f� hU Mskfy K*% fz rf!e Pilpiriui ef it* jaidJitttnatT Tukiti, ar tcezr *%exti, a-ed>JZ'J, tltir Ti.ie:t. tt bricg Ltjh thtrea^ aJjijztJ fir eaih Stmt, im a tiunuti^alQrJrr a: tear, atr-mm      �=/ W vzrite mt Jthe bsstw t/^nrrj lijl ti.e.. iKartds   r tet Ptriins Ts ct imjttuiilnke CmijLt&ti, vJriib ate tj t* *im* tut 1* wary Jfir ti* JjUTutiti. JLoewJofl, June 2i, I7j4-*jT*//� Cemmhtee MSgsinted fa the Court of lard Mms* atJ JMtrrsm. t� fnr~iJU Cee.'j f* the Paw tf the fizsrcl HorJi efi�*t-(3tri~gK* Kitiee, thu they iwStiidfa fix at CsUdoaM. Latd'at, et JtVJmuiiaf mext fnrg tie ztlb Injianl, at 11 a'(la*i :x turtjaaas, tt tl^^STPrtf:jaJiJi.-�mpub Ptrfint u.�a aie -u.i~at� n KliiS tiim far the DtLvuy tf 030 CtttZtsncj if CidJifar tlx UJt    tie-JLuJ Pose. JACKSON. IfsdsS, j*une 18, 1734. For   SAL By OrdonofThe HoiUMjriblc Comiiiiilioncxs of his Mbjdly VCtislpms, Uc. Q.V I'czr/Jjjti* zjtb lnf.snt% at ^ o* Chckitt t't Jfumam,  iM e. cm 7�2&rp tig Z $10 axii *trcinefi*) tit a6/a imjiitmt, f: sjb a .'j Hi* lis Fvr\->"*-      _      .....  �   \   ; L .: To the Worthy Livcryiuen of the City 6i London, nf*0 UR llttcrcjl, PvttJihd: Phil an humbly  BtOttiht*- fii Vnar>oM ilw orjfijrfbif, a�ji>Mlth*te��Hi:ii.'rH t�i'a�t th� whlitH�<� iiLrwuooWerfntCsaf the      Jaji..^ . : � iffcfeiteirife reUihg to(fieir *� ,Boirirf orRoanjef, irja 5k� of N�* aft �, or #0010 bt fall ,I�i�t ��.r4�� �o fo*hh4Miijll|^Ot�ltr��o4Ru1e�,�i0i.Ufci| . �u^'4JrdjeH^ottntiio�trll��rinirgft,ith�Ul4|,la�. AM>M Vuity iht *��'. AufiXI i.ert, a rUfnf T�eoi| CuifWli Val�t *iUit ftaofuf. by any iU>g iej> Stunt. TV* liOfk* 10 hi �ul�t'd at ihs Mwkrr-H^ufe at t�we� oe* Week belort they Boo York-Buildings Ho-jfc, JyCe 17, 1734. "T"// � Gy.emzr ad C^trfcf dffifam  ! if lit fs~i C^r^xvt %mbhi I eld at tbtir JJnt/e in HIztaijta-Strut, ex H'xdarjAJi tit pbtb Infant, at tt d Link im ti* Egresscx, bxin* vat tf tie ^mrttrly Gemeral Ctnertt, at- c:r�%g U rit C~mj**f+ Birisvu.       t� ^ber A fa* Gaxdcn,   Jaoe 21, J734-^ , "T*HE CbarhzK;-C*rpsr�jk& for Helm cf //;-Jxjcrsm* Pjv, ife are e* i-tiJ a General Csncrt at tbt ib** o&rcefiuJ, tm TjU^ mat, tit z%ta Imfiant, at eleven m tct Fetes***, tl* jj^hi^ m $*jv%r$ Gtmraf Court, ami the King's Theatre in the Hay-Market, if       beina �he tti of Jo:*, will DtMrfa)m'4 pastor   y I D0. , m       im   at,       ______t J   i._    ��^ a avt m 4m � j v astor  y I--r. ^ An OPERA, compos'd by Mr. HANDEL. Intermix d wtb Oteruffts. X�- The Scenery after a particottr rnjnnef.       tlj <"* - f",t tad Bou* co be put loftiixf, �o
                            

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