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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 24, 1834, London, Middlesex                                M5NDAY, Jl'ni 24^173* ilefatJafarrbfil a Mail from France. Nafles% June 13. Numerous Reinforcement of Troops t> arriv'd from Bircikma. The Men of War and Tianfpurls, together* with the Gallics of Fiance and Spain, which are now in Our Bay, make an exceeding fine Appei ranee. Trie Duke ds Lina has taken upon htm the Ctxmnsnd of theSiege 0} Gacri. arid Itoi of Pel-'cars, Regio, Otilma,_ and Aquila, are carrying on at the {anic Time by ofa SMuHh Generals of Note; that of Capua i� not ya on-tatalces, on Account of an epidemical IMempcr.which at WtfoitMge* there, and thin? the Garrii'on a pace, lb that the Sjunifli Troops have only to keep it block'd up, and their Work will be done to their Hands. A Report goes, that bis taKobtan Majefty has nam'd the Puke of Lorcntkno to be TinfrAbaftidor to the Court of Rome. The Marquis de~\ gj&y -has receiv'd Orders from France to take upon him the ^a^ferV'Ainbafl*doriE?gfaordinai^vrf>g gpprtaehing Co� t�n(ii|l.. One of the Men of War belonging to his Cathoiftk IJlMy, has had the good Fortune to take a Corfair of Bw-of 40 Guns and 400 Men, who had batnr fercd by a 5wm to Jdake for the Coafts of this Kingdom, nm knowing s-jitit was Hill portcf&'d by theJBmperprAJ    _, ffciRMgeat Jan* st.  Jn the Night of'the' t6th Inftant, a* comainitig 9oooo Rations of Hay,, was fct on Fire by. Stoning, and corianudJnrrnrng till Ycflciday.  It u.impof-ibteto exptcls the Confufion People were in onOccafion of its Neighbourhood to the Magazine of Gunpowder j but the Go-senor having caus'd the fame to be covcr*d with wet Blankets, ahd thote Blankets to be kept lb by means of tbrceJEngines trbkhcontitm'dto throw Water upon them, the DcilniiUon of tin Place, its Garrifon and Inhabitants, was happily prevented.  1-was' .o muind their Compliments . 9 his Highnei* by their Deputies tome Hours after.   A Mu& ""write Frigue, taken by the French in the Baltick, has been ferc*d by Strefs of Weather into Helvoetfluys ; and a Knight rf Maria, who has the Command of her, has been hue to .-ik on the Marqucfs de Fenelcn, the French Ambafli Jorl - Paris. June 30. The Marfhal D'Asfeldt has font Word to Court, that Prince Eugene is in Motion with the Imperial Amy. but that he looks upon bimfelf to be fully in Condition tiwiihihnd all Attacks of the Enemy. :   7 - They write from Leghorn, that the Grand Dukeof Tiif-aaf has nominated one of the Lords of his Court to repair to Ntpks m compliment the neiv King upon his Acccfuon: And : frafrPanaa, that the Army of the Allies was in Sight of that afthe Emperor,-that both were in the Parmczan, and fo near }    On Friday lift his Grace the Duke of Newcaftlc, one of bU Majr^y'ii^iniipal ^ccreuries of State, gave a gtaad En-tfrtainiucnt'to ievera) of the Nobility and Gentry at hit Seat .^tCla'cmott jpSsiiy.     ~ T�1ey write from Yoikdiire and Lanctlhite, that they bale had ft much Ratrl in tbcis Coutukj, that the Cora is greatly damag'd, and Ihe FJbodjout in many Placet. On Saturday h>\ the Rc\. Mr. Barber was prefented to the Rectory of Aihrncre. in the County of Dcrfct and Diocefe of Briild, ncact by fee Death of the laft Incumbent. I jit Night Col. Chidisy'� Lady, having fome Honrs before rorje^rried.^riyrar the Point of Death, at his Houft in Great George1-ftrcet. Yeticrday Motnlrsg about 4 o'Ctoek, one of his Majefty's RfnTengcTS in Ordinary was lent from Whitehall* with EKf-patches fcr ha Excellency Mr. Finch, his Majefty's Miaifter at the Hague, _  On Saturday laft Mr. Hinton, lately arriv'd from France,' and who hav been llnce taken imo.Cuftody on Sufpicion of being the Author of the Royal-Oak journal, was examin'd at the Secretary of State's Office, and afterwards remanded back. Tor further Examination. The Ruins of the Crots-Keyf Inn in G'acechurch-Strcet centsnuinz vety "hoK eV�n.to Satorday Lift, it was feat'd leail the laid Fire thcnld break out again, lor wKich Reafon toe Engines kept frc^uenfly playing on the Side next St. AUhal-lowj. On Saturday a Vtece of a Coat, thought to Taelonj to Mr. Middletoo, a Quaker of Newcaftle, who lodg'd there at theTime of the Fire, and has been fince'mtulng, was found by the Workmen as. they were digging, but the RybT>3h ��t being then cool enoucb to permit them to proceed, luey have not as yet found any npttofa human Body. p sneanothenhata general Battle was every Moment expected * . Dmt, 7mtt2z.   YelteBay the Lively Man of War-ar-^^d^ww^heLc^aUudith, Ccultis, lromTrapany, and the E&abeth, Paulin, from New-England.. This Day came cWnarjd fcil'd, Charles, Roger?, for Cadiz ; and Saiiibory, "nhb, for Lifbon.  Arriv'd, Anna Maria,- Kilipatrick, from -who remains, with, his Majcily's Ships, as doth the _ "iancy, Marocs, for tlw Streight3� the Friendfliip, Acker;, lor^Leghorn ; the Rebecca, Cornhill, for Bermudas; Q�itappy JennetK Clife, for the Eail; and the Sea-Nymph, lJ�fon, far Gcnoa>Wind Weft.      / " - L CK^n  D O  n. Days appointed for the Northern Circuit for theSiimmet-ASzes, 1734. \ Mt Juflice Page, and htr;vj[ullice Reeve. -tttftfnri.  Monday^ July 22, at^he Guildhall of the faid City. \ -T^wsrrr-^her&me-Dajr arrhe Caftleof^YorJc: "~ Dabaa.   Wcdflcfjlsy, July 31, at the Ca(llrofNDu�'*:5Jini. ' Vml^Wnaa^S'iaem'-^klF' Mfiaaay,"A^ngnft c^at the _       Guildhall of the faid Toxvh. " � Cmhpfh'orit^nSiKJ: TUe feme Day, at the Cattle df-Tj'.; v wwraftkuponTyne. _ ^   ;" - T Cwtltria/bt. Saturday, Augull 10, at the City of Cailtfle-r"^*fmaiiTaia3r "Thorfday,"Aug!. 1.5, at Appleby. Intafitr. Tuefday, Airg7T�Q. at tfie Caftle of La waller. _ ^v^^SuhBfay-lafti fbro nftcr time Clock, their Majeftiri, gd the reft of ihe Royal Family, came to Hyde-Park to rc pemfhe three Regiments of Foot-Guards. The King, with *WrRoyld~HighKab the Piincclif Wales and the Duka were op Horfcback, and upon coming into the Field, rode mixhc Ranks, and then placing themfeho in th; Front of '"Troop*, the Guards march'd by tlw Royal Family, and *Mea�ae Appearance; but the Rain conrinusog wJallfxavi- �.^y pa�*d, "fo that there wtis no Platoon firing as ufinL Ahwfgoe their Majeftics return'd to KcnCngton. _. 'HttAfajefty has been pleas'd to grant unto the Right.Hon. ^ VifiscatLvmmgion, the feverat Offices of Gorexnor and lawiin of the Ifk of Wight, and Gowanw of Caulktook-fc*flkr*ndof Cftnttablc and Door-keeper of the laid Cattlei J^Steward. Suweyor, lleceiver, and Bailiff of aU Manors, J-ands, Tci^pients, Woods, Hereditaments, and other Reve- !^.�ahin4hcfcid JlOand, in the room of his Grace the Duke tf Montague.   --i - A few Days ago died at his Houfe in Burr-ftreet, St. Kathe-w�c>. Mr. Chriftopher Read, Infpeaor of iheCuiloms at the Purt of London in the Excite Branch. ,   Commander of the Londonderry, ^^�jw was loll toanng over the Bar at Carolina, but her Crew ^^jatcturrAi home 10 the Anna,Maxu, of which Le uno* was B  AN  K  R  UP  T  S. . William Holdcn, of LawTcrice-Lane, London, Warehoufe-man and Chapman. - ;< Henry Lifter, late of GoodmanVFicHs, in the County of Middlefex, Vintner. Thbmas.Howes, of the Old Artillery-Ground, in the County of Afiddtefex, Weaver. '  High Water at Looacn-BrtJge this Day, at 58 Minutes after 4 in the Morning; and 18 after 5 in tne Afternoon. _ Saturday Bank Stock was 137 t half. India 146 1 hplf, % the Opening. Scuth-Sea Trading Stock 79 1 half, for the Opening. Old Ajnhuirjr* 164 1 4th. Ditto New Annuities 104 3 4ths, for the Opening. .Thrte per Cent, Annuity "94, for the Opening. MillfoQ Bank 107. Alriaan t i. Vcrk-BuL'Jings z 3 4th?. Royal Affurante q$. ' liOndon AHurance 12, a 1 8th. New Bank Cuculatjcn 7L Prem. South-Sea' Bondszl a ihjl Prgn. India ditto 2I. t is. Prem. j*hrfe per Cent, ditto if. 5s. Prem. Englim'Coppcr il. 14s. "Wclfh ditto Books flint. ' -, fllE Managers ap^mnid by      of Eatlta- Rtlirf tj ttrS^r.^sIm if^ C.f^wU-Ct'fotaiiitft, arutdililtr eat drrifcatft tm lieu tbrrtif, fajnbkbj lit Cafitttnof tb* hank to thi Btmrrrs thntvf ufca Dtmand, d� birthygitt1 Nflht, Tt&t thty , iW. MICAJ A H PB RRY� IM�    - --v a. thefinkr Aldermen      ben* not 'AriH ttit **f: *vbo are (,Wom iutl^tft&t*' H *k Mtdffy JTaf i Jf a Meeting of fiverdl ef the lUrefym^ ^f,; tttt\ Lo-H fadprt; tbtrtfitt dijv* it* Tiftr tf tbtir fibm Cftria�^  > K; fir       * "-~ -*..'--~~  v Y  Mrl GEORGE MERTLN tbe Elder, Citivn     ShAth ^ Mr, william PATEJ C/fts� W SJWrW�5p^>^ Win fond1 tlf firfi on tbt Lijttffnth GentUnen fimmtmttil. 1 a,ndtbat tbtfimdd not U mntrnftd utitb tb* Name of #ttw mm* r;2 thjAldermtn, 'pvt* sir tnfnrf^ H defeat tbit pod �nd InrntaUt r: To Worthy the I.iverymcn of the City of i London. ~r C f �T t S M CD, ..    .      � T�///i li E being a P'acann fir a Br'idre-Mafttr,, x   by tlv Dcatb of Mr. Joiiti Wis a a, / bmnVg rifmefi Mr t Favour of par t'ott and fnthtfl to bo m**fymr Bridot-Mafttri^ -having been brtd a Mtnbmnt, and fittt/'wBUtbmtitbt-Com-   . pony, and bavt been ttftm lit Idvtrt nptiarmi # tkvttnyfim* <| titan i but bdving mtt wtb rrtat tefftimy Stamnd Land, d* ' \ bsUfir put kindfl*d*lgt*et,ft*bfa.;�tfofcJ�t�bU A4hl�at on* U�. 1 ft� Uadciuktr ot'.fbi* E4�ion Up le*r�.io inSum >b� tmbUk, tfcst � the bttt >md iMondVaiumcf ot thbwtxk wc.e&iilh'i�ac Vifbtk ; ba iUci.ule itjia iiomputt ilb'Oil ik .�r, ihe tut4 \ an4tounli Vulunae> bemg already i� futh Fj�*ui.>tt�. �h4tbe p opafc* ti.U. 1 he full lodliuM d Vaiuit��. kA pinot tb� i.arjaul hwrU, m�y be lien at Sim. urdio^'t 10 m. xurn v^uc. i'ubfttlV'fyo* wJJ be ukc:i 10 till �ti� ti    V*Y ��' U��*'r Mvcr'AJemcnli in tbU Paper cf a moderate Length * are taketi in, tit tiXQ Shillings emb.   

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