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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 25, 1834, London, Middlesex                                TU ESD AY, JuiJB ij;; 173JC Thirty ~Sgm._ - - - ggtag &*�' preparing to bcfiege Paring aud that 700 Car-Mm were getting ready with au fpeed to couducl thither the imtt Artillery according.............,7_,........, , Aw, 12. Thcfenreror and Don Cmos have each tf Ao* acquitted the Croilable Colonna ot hi� OSicc in prc-fcaingthe Jennet to the Pope, as the aunual 1 nbute tor the Senregntf of Naples, the former having empower'd ..the' frioce of Sana Cnice to prevent one, and die latter, Prince Ceftrini to prevent another ; fo that the Difficulty lies with In Kotiocfi to determine,whofe to take. The Number of Lj�criil Officers made Prifoners by the Spaniard) at die Bat-^^^itof Bkonto, amount* to 98, viz. two General , one of yVyh m the Commander in. Chief, fix Lieutenant-Colocd:, t^ht Major*, and 80 Captains. The Spanifh Men of War tet�ken the Capitiru of "Algiers, a new Ship carrying 54 G�b and 400 ^ !cn. The laid Meet, together with the fioxh Ga'we- , are cefign'd forSicily as focn as the Oocqucll 'tfNzpjes   ii':;ipWa;ed^- arrived a Mail from Holland. Mantua* June 14. HE Impcrialjlb hare had no Engagement with the Enemy line, 4 x late Acliou at Colorno. Count: jWefci is return'd to Pavia in a svorje Situation of Health than ever. Mis Army is en-I camp d at St. Picfpero, With the R��hr Wing towardstbe River Lcn$a, and the Left to the Mountains of Parma. The Fottrefs of Cbiarugelb, iitirate in the Diychy of Parma, furrcntierd Vertcr-'*�B)t Detachment of oar Troops upon the fint Summons: �jteStUim found there a large Qbantity of Ammunition and rWifion, together with five lieces of Brafs Cannon. A tew Dm ago one of the Secretaries belonging to the King of Sar-^ happening m '�M in with a Party of the Imperial ttjart, was made Piifoncr, and brought to the Camp; but S^ince de vVutcmbcrg caus'd him inlianily to be cpn-tf*A to bts Sardinian Majcfly at Songaina, who was fo taken y# the Civility, that he fent the Prince in Return 40 of the franen tl^rwcre taken in the lad Engagement. foetal Cusp at St. ProiperO, that in PurfuaOcc ofra Relblu-Broken m a General Council of War, the Prince of Wjr- Ao Engliih Ship bound hither from .ilu Merchandizes ol ""various Kinds, having met of die French Men of War whilft they lay cruizing off iitoaft, wa�C4rjy'd by them into the Road of Dantzick, Jtattbey took from her jco Piggs of Lead, and convey'd Ik bat immediately to Fort Wcchlellmunde. As her whole Org? was cenfign'd to a Merchant of this City, with whom Be trench ventur'd to make free, they very kindly gave the .Captain a.Receipt, frvfd by theCommander of theSqua-ceo�nd'Si.Sudui, GovcTOOrol WechfeMmundV;-tc^ltify �3 to his Owners in the Delivery of it; after which they lot liacmtuue his Voyage. tint tit RufynCamp before Dantziri, Jar.r 2 3. An Qffi. oramVd j*re YeflenJay from the 'French drop, to fettle hs General Munich the Terms of their Capitulation. The ?ieodi Aimittded at tirft that they might be permuted quir.ly ereiBrbazk on board the Squadron, wuich would for th.u I'ur-ok return unraoieitrd from Copenhagen, that they Qinuld be Unali'd in the mean time with Proviuons tor their Money,' ed it length be ftnf�r*d to depart with Arm:, Colours and Aj -i&Bj; but GcntralMu.ikn refuhng to lillcn to thefe Propofi-teos. We cow hear tbat they have contented to be tranfported bCcftuhigep, and arcccntemed to leave their Baggage be-" j^4them. Fort WcchkUmunde has capitulated, and the Gar-nS, which confified of aqo Poles, have leave, to retire into Jfcettkk. Baron Suckclburg, a SwediOi .Nobleman, who �wwanlcd in the Fort of-the Villula adjoining to VVechlell-lataadc, hu I'urreHicr'J likewift; and fome Ship are espetted tray Day from Stockholm to talie htm and hu Volunteers on tow. Thus Danmck is furroundtd on all fides, and cannot j^rnrauxoci of oar iiands. On the 21 li, the Priauoe fent T^MihiefoibCouet Munich, and at thc'Tatne time a Letter BtVcPnolian Minitler, to icterpofe his good Offices in procu-8^>TGenenl Arnneily. and toireat ccnccrjriing the Surrender .jfifc tj'y   i\fiilrels. .General 5a-p&i has been dctach'd with 5 coo Men to difpcrfc the Poles, ^anjjMi together in a numerous Body in Great Pobnd. '-c?~ -ikidt&trg, Jtau c6. Priace Eugene is arriv'd at Odenheim tttffinjcle^hisUrgimefs has ordcr'da fpictons Road to bc-Cuf ^SiatWood of \\ aghouScl, aod die lame b carried over the T�e which the Frrnch cut down to interrupt the Aporoacirof |WGenera!. lit: Highnet has likewife orderM thcSVays to I be aeaded that lead towards Ahace thm* the filack F�nx�, and""' * "� Manheim by the Foied ol Odenwald. Thtr Bridge ol Boats b tx^at Kcckcrgcmund*.   The Danijh 1'roops are )f .Horfe, part of Army this L>ay. ^u..,.^....., � �*------/ .       .        u is full watch to ?na^we their Armrbcforc PBllipiburg : Thole Troops carry �t^e&cge w.h oreat Vigour. On tiie 23d at Night, atter "Attack which bflcd t�.o Houif, they carried the U ^^d^d^frnpniaTtamp^ A Re^jfecnlof .Korfc. part of 5?Uaa^eBtt� Muaflcr, wiUaifoTpin the Army this Pay. JB *���- that a ftady 1 joco French is ir^full march to orn- Jg^and made an Officer. Coulln to Count Wuttgcnuu, together with 40 private Menj the Number of the *�a�ntha: Aftum, oa the part of the lmnerialifts. was jude'd wneabout too. out that ot the French not lefs than 600 .-.w, iTui iiui ci me rrem The Ompt de Iklliflc is hard at \V#rk to form a Line from PeuSadt upon the Hard, as far as Spire. f�ii 7*w 28:    The Archdutchtfb Governefs has that tvaBC*d wahin five leagues of tne French Camp, ' �d that be was rciUv'd to attack the Enemy, unlet he ^ aaand fixh Obibdcs in the way as were net to be ovcr- daLeuerfiorn Prince Eugene, to acquaint her. �twasadvane'd  '"   '   - - 3 WindS W. Hi^Myefty". Ships remain. Aldboicugh \i.ni of War. and v. Mofo, for Gibrakar LONDON. We hear that Advice aniv'd YdVui,>  in Town, that the <%�*Dam*Jt hii furrerxler'd to the Kuthan and Saxt-n Ar ^^dwTaWwLicaCocu AJiunch ut.Vd thelnhabjtauu �nifcdtl�jir.g     F*pecce htr Cva.-i..n V ty.^ Wcdnefday, 'Av0L i>, at Ttingltbn upon Tha.tnes., VdUiJay being Midfurmner-Day, there was a Court of Huttings held at-Guildhall, in order to cleft Sheriffs and other O/fceen for thts City for the enfuing Year,-whcn Sir John Barnard and Mkajah Perry, Efq; Aldermen, George Mertin, Efq; Citrwh and Sltinner, and William Pate, E�q; Citi/rn ana Merchant-Taylor, bcihg put in Nomination for Sheriffs, the two latter had the Majority of Hands, and weredeclafd. accordingly. After which Mr* Thomas Hyde^Jklr. VVilliam Davcy, Mr. Thomas Mercer, Mr. Ralpb Tooce and Mr. Henry B^ylis, being put up fcverally for die vacant Place of Bridge-Mailer, the former had the Majority of Hands', and was ikclar'd; but a Poll Was demanded oy Mr. Davcy, Mr. Mercer and Mr. Toonc. The lame Day Mr. Heafliaw and Mr. TfrwAtey were chofcn Auditors of the City and Bridge� 1 lonfe fltftounts. yVe learn by Letters from Carliile, that on the 13th lnRant, at the Meeting of theCleigy to chine Members for the entiling Convocation, the Rev. Mr. Waugh, Chancellor of the Diocele (who a few Days before had been elected FrtiQoi for the Chapter) and the Rev. Mr. Holme, Prebendary of Cirufle, and Chaplain to the Right Huh. the Lord Yitcount l^onhlale, were umnim'oufly ek-clttl. The Rev. Tho. Rylner, D. D. Reclor of Wigwam, and Ed\v^rtfLunn, MA. Reflor ol Denron, arc ci#d Proftors for the Clergy of the Dioccle of Canterbury ha the new Cou-vocatiun. The Rev. Samuel Holcombe, D. D. Vice-Dean of the Cathedral Church of Cantaoutyy � dwfen Pro&or fur itic Chapter. We hear from Briflo!, that the Incendiaries begin to renew their Practices there j Mr. Simpfoh, a wealthy Gentleman of St. Michael's-Hill in tliat City,-baving lately rcceiv'd three Letters, wrote in the uliial Strain, by which he is threatned, that he Hull be murder*J, and his Houlc burnt down, if he does not comply with their Dcrrrandsr We have an Account from Teveral Parts of Gloucelltrfhire, that all the Turnpikes between Britlol and Glouccttcr, have been cut down by fcveral Bodies of People ann'd. Laft Wcdnefday a terrible Fire happen'd at Sodbury, in the (aid County, which eudangrr'd thegreateflPart of-tbe-Town three Houfes belonging to Mr. Jofiah Wear were entirely burnt down, and ievcral others damag'd t the Lofs is conlidetable. Yellcrday Mr. Wigan of Holies-Street, was married at Grofvcnor Square Gj|ipel to Mils Cunis, Daughter to Thomas Curtu, of Enrbrd in the County of Wilts, Esn^tnd this Day the new married Couple fet oat for Air. Wigan's Seat in JViltfliire. ____ On Sunday hft about five Feet of the new Sewer which was almolt finiuYd at Fleet-Ditch, fell in, occaiion'd by the heavy Rains, which had wafh'd the Mottar from die Bricks. Yeflerday five notorious Houfe Bteakers and "Shop-Litters were taken io^H�MtnrJ Sonthwark, and being carried before Sir Jojin Lade,_were by him committed to the New GoaT. We hear that Mr. Jofcph Wright, #Clotnier arid Taylor, of Shug-I.anc, St, James's, js appoiuted to provide the douching. fvt the Seamen of Grecnwich-TOJpFfiJT Ediuhurgb, June 18. We hear that in a few Days, Colonel Hondyftdc's Regiment of Foot will be review'd by bis Grace die Duke of Argyll, on Mufleburgh-Links. �.\trad of a Ltt In ft em Bylui in Nezu E inland, dstttJ Ithiiio 11. "A Prodamatiorris rnVd out, appointing Thuriday the *' 4th of April next, to be obferv'd as a Day_of pubiick Fafl-" tng^ and Prayer throughout thiiProvince! -- LaU Tucf-" day Capt."Fuller arriv'd here from Madeira, but lail from " Barbadoes, by whom we learn- that the Planters of Bar-" badoc-j labour under fo many Drmoilties and JDiicou/age-1A mem*,-that grcarKtnnbcr� of ^hem intend Ipecdiljrto leave * that UkiSiarid fettle at Cape Fare -=- All Parts of hi� . ". Maiejly's.LVminiftovittAmtri^ with f-ranee : Accordingly, a RefolutioB-feas been paL'U m  cur Al&mbly, as wellas in feveral o:her Provinces, for re-*' pairing the Fortifications.       Two -Frenchmen, who wei c-'� lately at Ncw-Yoik, are now in Priion here on aufpicwu of " being Spies." E"trail of a LjMtr from Barbadxi, duud Fit 19. " Our Crop is the fmalklt we have ever had, uilcifmcii thit " Ellates which made 3000 Pots of Sugar, will not new " make 300, and not one third of the Mills wjll be put about '' tliii Year, and the ^lerchants to wheat die Planter* arc 111-" debted prefs them to hard, that the Confeqaer.ee u to be ** dreaded, and fhould there be a War with France, a> we " expeit, this Ifland wiil, I much fear, be foou taken, or � plunder'd by the Mariinecans/'_ ifigh Water iit Lonngn-BrUge tins Day, at 38 Minutes after 5 in the Morning; and 1 after 6 in the Afternoon. Yellcrday Bank Stock was 137 � half. India 146 1 half, for the Opening. ScuU-Sea I rading jtock 79 3 4th>, fur the Opening. OJd Annuities 104 1 4111.1 Daio .New AunuiUM 104 3 4ths, 4 5� for the Opening. Ti;rc� per C.nt. Annuity 1,4, tui the Opening, pillion B-ink 1 07 Alncn ii Ycrk-Buildings 2 3 4ths. RcK'al Affunncc ,6. f.onJn Aflanuic* 12, a 1 8th. New Ban cCircuLlkit yi a 6d Prim Souti--Sea Bondiil. ;i 21. 1: Pu:n. InJm *.Uio al. 1 2� a 14s. Prtni. Three |>er Cent, ditto il. 6�. Pjan. Eo^lUh Compel il. Wiltn ditto llwks fliut. 7?HE Atet&trs afpointed    M ef Parti** *   m*i tt tntt m riV Ftrt***tt '/Jv-aVrv in ih Uttrry /hfrvitf Rtlitftt tt*$�Ja*rj in lb* CeWt/�#rf-C*�/^�rt��, **id*lrv*r Lvtifitatt* i��r� tl*r*f. f*f*bUty /ir(^*f?i V ^ tfry vdi'i hxi* ti t*li i* mmj raff fir C**fi/b*Ui ft* /mid Ti.4rnt �t lUitOJkt im A>� P*i* � if bitM^jh\:lacdift*rt m 1I*rfl*itle zvitgjumt, 17J4, anififiim D*it�lXn. (^mUsytmrnfIt^tjttJtttftrJJJ*m TtiimthtF*t^*litt}wimtUjfy'stim*tftmihD*yi *mijir ibr httttr l>i/f*ttb ibtrttf, iktMd MsMrpn       imitt'mmt txt*r. th fttilittttt *� /J5r� iijbm Sis/i,;''i&L fyrfietH* lutkim t*S*mk-rit$imm$ I.4500b'. *tm0Smrf Utttr A. thTtchtti *\i*r Sfooi, *W rdlf iajc>00, *t mmnber S/af. Uttrr C:   irhrtfirt tt* P>*fri(f�i *f it* /*JF$Hm*mtt - tear at may it, amf t$tvritt *t tht htHm t%*ry Lt/i ti* fCttma tfiht Pt*ji*f u be itftttei im tU CmijkUtt, "%�tea> mrt u #f gh*n tmt i*txfb**gt ftr th* fudTulutti^   - ~'7.'"*?'~. ^ l^ondoh, June a i, ~ifi'4--:' fUE Committee Mppittted h    Coarl    Lord fevtr.i} if'at  .ti > tUht-UaMd Aie flat '{im as m   till four in the Afttirjucn.      _ To tlie Worthy Liverymen of the City of 9 London: GlHTUUtH. yt>(//2 Intend and Poll, atfc humbly defied J"    RALPH TO ONE;5 (Citixja and Chtbu-vber tf hit % o o n \ 7i be out of tbt Britfct'Mafitri of /*m Citi. in tbt roam af Mr. "John Webb, dtitafd; haniia bam tt Livtrymvtm bjnutrdi af Tnventy Ttan, hodgrtot iffi*. and bt*n%bi uf a bjgtFmnuJf, ba-ving a tfi/e and tun CbiUrem ttnfmVidtd fir. AT the King's Tlteacre in tlie Hay-Market, *~    iU\* V**, tea.g <*k 2311 of J �> in hr yost t~tt pjttvu.'ir triacr^r bt jwr t.-ttiU.\ i a ^ " *� wriiOi *iU tx 
                            

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