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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 27, 1834, London, Middlesex                                7^" The Daily Advertifcr. �T H U R S DAY, June a7r 1734. k_JSa| Hannover, 'June 25. S thb Ekcloraie is a Member of the Empire*,  i5 of Hi)lbit?dry belonging to the Inhabitants; 'tis got-known liow the Eire began. Several Noblemen of this {federate have r.ceiv'd loiters from the Camp before Dant-intimating, that the Ruffian and Snxon Troips have leaccTidcrablX-tl'inPy ty- *�Ji infcclio^Dillcraper that has ntai^ngil them. As for the Ruffians, fince their tirft Arrival Wi&L they have never been free from a Difcale call'd the flka, a kitd of Itch, known no where but in that Country. Thofc Letters add, that a few Weeks ago a furprizing Num-fe� of the Ruffijn Soldiers having died all at once, and no .Iw�tto�u�f the Caufc appearing, th*. Phyficians call about #ith treat Application to find the Occafion, and at length dif-: eirera, that the Bread they eat was made of Flower which fed beta fore'd from the -Poles under Contribution, and a. pengft which t,,cy nod Put a ^S6 Quantity of unllack'd jjme, oa Pd>pofe to do Mifchicf. /foaJia**, Junt 25. We have receiy'd an Account from WrtMeluaunde, of the Rcafons that induced the French Troop to furrender at lall to the Mulcovice Army. Thofie Titwps, it feenr. confuted of lefs than 3000 Men, and - the fort hall no more in Gairilbn than 400 Poles. T he � orni of tie Fort is'Hexagonal, divided in two by a Channel of the Yjkd*. The RuiTuos open'd Trenches againll one part, and tk Saxons at the fame time againll theotner, lb that it was aao^d on both fides at once, and by an Army of 10000 Jia, with proper AttiUery; but the Cannon of the Place trot'd after a fbort time too warm for the Beliegcrs, and ttlig'd them to retire. The French Troops being cover'd by ihtcotiinual Fire of the Fort, took that Opportunity to (ally �, and mtirclyTuio^ the Trenches which Count Munich ~ bdtlpen'd, and rtturn'd aftenvardr to thctfi*fltt with a (mall Lot, Whereupon the confederate Genrrals-refolv'd to Bom-lasd tbePlacr, and accordingly, on the 19th Instant, threw about 120 Shells into Wechfalmiinde and the French Camp, wjaib great an Execution that both fern immediately to capitate. W( learn fiom Peteilburg, that her Czarian Majelty as made a Prefcnt'to the King ot Pruflia of two ltatciy Men '"I War, cemplratly mann'd and rigg'd. - Dal* Jf�t 25. Wind North. His Majefly's Ships remain. ' Oae doun and faii'd, Lilly, Long, tor Leghorn;  Port \-ftJ5or, Sennet, and Providence, Arnold, for Cadiz j Liibon Gikji B'ackabee. for Liibon.    Remain, Happy Jennet, Q&, fcr the Baltidc; Ann, M overly, fur Cadiz. "- '       LOUD ON.      " ,   TfceSnnender of the City of Dantzick to. the Ruffian and ^-ShstjGeoends, as mebtiwi'd in Tuciday's Adverti&r, is con-ia'i Maifahck further Particulars, that the Magiilracy has ' tttOab/ contented to acknowledge King Augultus, but to aik ^jhBteonell Mm or * oraan to nuke 0�th Nf^fe toy ' Matier m"Ch4itcrry. that Curie" Po�ey diJ, iA tfceir K ^it&gr, ' ever defriua any Peffitn to the Va\ot of Tea Shillirf*, the} flutl �e-' ceive � Ke�ard oi Five Guiocas. WltbtiTnir lUcd. a CbaritrPwfy. Now inlle id of an Affidavit being BMde, a�d the Five Cniim* 4�-mati rri.| ltnprcc�;ton�, dccUi^o*. t*m in Cife any AfXioa wntr^ajthi tgaiott ihe Datch BtoVtr. oi nij^hee, Pc'l'on, for Wrrd� l*|K>k� in C;r�p*ay at the $*ao T*%tto. 01 mt ihe Chop Ivnfe, that then tneftt4 fortj fkooli be ttibbM aod omt>4et\� itclirrt Oppaf!Vtiir� lint ofti'd. Now i| any Perjonot Petfow *��'!! diftottr tFe Wiinrrt^ Autkie ot the tVid Letter, t!iey (hill rcceitt, opooihs Co>tkt�ol it* lo-cendiary7 tlie Sum oi Twenty Guinea, cu be paid by Mr. IWf ' N. P. M>r>iit loll y Minis wanted, t� wt�f a Li�ery. fc.^i!re of the Pj-iuer of tbit Paper. _ the King** Theatre in the H.iy Market, P AST OR   FIDO. Ail OPERA, cctnroa'd by thUJ HANDfeU AwwrV        CM.' >      The Sceotry aftev a pa ttkJar ^maimer.   v   i "        ^m ^ pm ^bsr �i m r�tE�� ta teaMkMt; V^T T52> ^S'    #kMt*4 tiit l>ar,; at tfcJrQCIifc; ? - Jj Bit M a j � a r*YJ*�aW, ' T **� ^fces �&*a*�r �� b� aaontted btbM tbt To brew at half an Hew aRet 6 o\*>elL �4u 'begin at At the partktdar pefirt &y*i&MJ>ttfilis ^ tf Ccmpam cf Ccmtduns (rem hetb tlx ^T the New Theatre in the Hiy-Marktt, tsfe'J The- N O N J U R E R. �Vf//�i fy CoUey Cibbtr, WfiPrnt-Umm,-Man*, mi*. Keber� Mr.Hcinlf, Mfi.Oiaii�; DoAoe VTo" R �w. Co^viKitafciJj, Mtnafc^r*!jr Joli^Wcid.ii. Mr. V^a C>wte�, >it. James; Ladr Wocdrtl, *io. Shir.bwa i acity. ktH EaJI u�^�ft-l. *I d�t*ri Afetti. by MiK Jxelt�ut dvloirr,Jiiill. of iheoi Stone-horu.� ajui^tcotlu. Itoti, and the bigj;eil iu>t above itioe Hands. Yi^erdiy Mr ltaic-ilaibaHcll lienmjocs, an crrrinent Met. ^*�t. W'as married to �\iri.Liflder, a Portugal Jewed of con- ;raa!efgfusjue.    *" ...........,        _  - "^Tb�y       from Chelmsford, that a Fallow vvgo"was lately Wtoifced to Coil tiicie for Deer-Healing, has fince confWU, il^ljterder of one Mr. Boilcn. a Pipecijker -of Bo\v, who flat about 18 M�uths avo near Woodlord, bu. the Author icb art ft ill unprovided fir ; and in three Tears time1$ 2000 /. in Trade, by which meant b\e it nvtv redat'J. N. B He was dcclar'd by the Sheriffs to have the Msjotity of Hands iq the Hall. Tie PoUbegim'tbu Day at 10 o' Cleck atti emit at 3 : He defuct hit Friends to poll at Jion at fefftble. To Worthy the Liverymen of the City oil London. T Return'you my mojl bumble knd hearty TTjarikSy fir jaw numeral! Appearancean my Btbaif in Guildhall, ami I tarncjlty rtquejl the Continuance of your tavmr in fMta^ ftr me, (nvbo ba>ve fujferdgreat Ltffei, end apt no*f(vr tvaj provided fir) to be ant of year Brieve.majlert, u.bub ici/l g'tatlj oblige. Your moft bumble Petitr'mer, WILLIAM DAVEY N. B. The Poll will begin at 10 o' Clock, and end at 3. To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of London. Gentlemen, t2eING advifd by my Friends to deilmejbe �*� Pall fir Bridgf-Mapr-i I'bave noddy comply d: And take this Opportunitftf returning yearinf~fuuerelTba�h ; arJL Jball relr en- jutr further Factor. I am, tilth the ntmiji tirati/nJe, Gentlemen, "IfcifobTjgdtmmlbSer-vant, - RALPH  TOON E. " C  A   LAI   S, - -fiie-  Q_ k jt 11 e 1 1 -n ~B Sloop, jMbn Clqrabuti Mailer, SAXLSonl^nday nrxt, now and \>iifcntxt>, �od rxuy b� Ipetr ��iih ,ai \hc DurUi walk*< t� r� vmt, the AjntUci��i Ctffech iote,  A M,.rrr ^-,4fe"""Succi-i$ Sloop* Richard Morfidd,  Commander, SAI LS on Monday next, now lylni �e Eall-t�nc Se�i.-� r, take uf.j-^i 4% PtflV       and miy b� \yiAc muu m tbc Vuich VV^Ifc at tst��*'ge ii�ns i irw Am fcr^'�u> C'ffljrhoofe, pf ibe      I | a - vi ^iibWi,?-iu'i-iliey. brtb oear it>e Koy�l Eubi^(� . .( lk!ii;ii#ti lihi^j'j, at ibe i>f*f uctr 'o�cr-l> *4, koo-J u Tboro4t Q.,Uin.:'�. (lite .vljlttr J tte ilpliinSto. pj at Col,,r,�'� GcfF.-eb-jui*dear i.'-Kiiwn^'. $ John Twyman /or /Zf Mujl:r. By a new Company cf fertirners, at yRoom at Pancrai-lVelliy - p H E lb: Cm- Diverfton net, jf iiithctiM k{ojL fey �! Ser� -J: Pcr'ufOiiUt) tr.^- URofv. Iuaab-.i^.ryun, md V*r�:cy J LJ.-i- �p�K. will bc*<-'. li'i* Lif,zt-till/*' ('�lf afl li r �itc( 4 i/CLik i-> lh� ai��>ooe, �c4 Ead feod of *a ui. tl� l^JU^ia Da�by wit* Bttu. tadcl AH IV. W�CfT Nyo>f�i l.tt HufufcOnd. by MiP JoaM. id of (be t i�>. A New Coeetry Umcc, mnfKVtl bf Mr. Danapolt proptrltM the Play, To begin exiilly at half ait ItWafJtw^bto* Clock. ,_ftoxtt 4>;  Pit z$: 6d. GaBnj l>- <   - -_ IK� Day W/er if* fiOmtt, benveen tbt Hmri %f TJir W * �^ftf f"        five Sbitiinri) inUutftr&Ui/fmmi, mttbt Eajlfik, at �  � - M' R. CrrO VET % Sttrgeon^4�� newFU |ar�    Auarooty (�ith ftveraf tmpruremcms GrC* bla bw�I Uom bit lata HoAcu OnsigMtttct) wbidi repKkata a, ttin tfuio'ddo*a oftsa a Tab!*, t�ftw�*� open'd ali��, �NtW*qf  n��t*t�xi df the atjod fcr a^otftiik �W oUts t�w*aaa atrtrim Tbe CMo4vK>�ii aUa few hm^b_M�bjcrj!OLlba_CI^Jfetc� be Odd to the vt�ber � with dw fifta&k �nd dutfoli�k. UcOam�t _ tbn Mean, anj ibe AAwa ol iba L�a(K Att whKta rankaUW, �4 jfe bee vkb federal other rret>tr��ioo., will be ftwwa ��i % Rt^aacm of f�of,_��4 tr�� -C�pi.He*tr..#^;. * KiLjctt'i C*npsey, a*>w tn� at aivSow, J^n Ho*d�, #rtt|PK eight U&fcrvihf<< u�d. f-{>i> *'4 io tM�a#w^M a�*Hk �i>H-w*fl St�to�Coat Hk i tuf� Vcl�Tt Cafe, and a li^bt  r -Gei-iij!. atuui 14 i anilSDX&Jrcilea bt^b, bU*i i'*nt and Tail. tcly scar te'.i.vd aitd 1U t, nook V�fa, M,^�o4a%�. fcjj tc may Nbad atai* �--� i!'. > i.|�r 'ciabce* tsa, m the C^jiJj �od Hctfict ta N *tfcumf�iU<�<-jl'�j ari/ al*���SL�aC<:otcr , all Tbt S *�'-t�<*u� aval ttsfjjt ulua.Jy lyl'^iiif i c tesuUii:, (Uatvibwy. R'tTir/lcr asd Maid&W *Viuc� �tit(u �p aM^c Fc*if Sw��a ia       (.i^aixwflrca:, v l�ra .jus*- seer �axi�pi^*< *u         vb. ,il itc Vi.-ct t-i. * :   . I Purjitast to an Alt of PjrJJiUmit*. auAaDecru ILibCmt cf Cte'uoy, aa Woo4-L*si� ibtmui btlaaf^Kg. is ,htC**^:ifl-   f fc<*�. tcct^iS a�j �i4U'!u�J, abm; jy MMI I �  i. Win.to iw&tyt. atoigbK of ih- 9.'=- lt,;u-a* v :c*nu� nay be bad at tfce GU f '�'!�*� Chua^cr*. i^x Cotifcni cf the 7ruj!cei to tie Mercbanti and Drapers. For Sd: by lie   CAND L ix, AT ihc Marine Colice-I loulc in iiirchin-Lane,  jC�. t.�.! i>>>..,,, 0�4i, ti��k Ca*� bekkki. &.C. ' Tt� ^
                            

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