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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 4, 1834, London, Middlesex                                YtJUrJof arriv'd a Mail from France. Parte, July 10. U� | HEY write from Cadlx, that on the tyth ult. (our Attn of War and a Merchant Ship arriv'd there from the Ha-vanna, having on byardj z Millions �f Pieces of tight, an3 Edl-its to the � Value  on his Rouin -KtiK Arory-r His M^lty arriv'd there about two Hour* after the EnpEfrnent. --------. The Particulars of the Engagement, as publifh'd here, ^ tfcs; On the 28th, the- Count de Merci, at the Head of the Imperial Army, took his Rout towards I'arma. -On the 19th, list General had Prayers in his Army i anj tie Men having 2So^�Tdrerh'dth>rnfelveswith Wine and Plenty of Pro-f�oo, hb Excellency drew np his Anfty and btjan his March towards that of the Allies,. The Marihal de Coigny, appriz'd of tbtEfcemy's Dcfign, put his Infantry in order, and march'd out of hit Camp to inert them. The two Armies faced each oaer within a imall DillanceofParma; "tw� then about 11 o'Clock, and they had a Caufeway between them, defended an ach fide witlr a Ditch. The Cavalry of the Allies was lelc behind, the Ground pot permitting them to advance. The �rft SalutationI of the two Armies was fignily'd by a general Volley of their (ball Arms and Artillery, and the fameconti-Do'd to be repeated, with a mutual Ardour, till about 6 in the �*eoittg, when the Irnperialilbdrew off their Artillery; and as Night advane'd. their Troops retir'd, leaving behind frcm S to 10000 Men kill'd or wounded, in which Number was molt of their general Officers. The Prince de la Tour Taxia was taken Prifoncr. On our fide the MarquiiTes de Liflc, Mizon, dc Valence and de la Chatie, were lull'd; as was alio the Duke of Crofful t three Lieutcnant-Generals, two Field Marjhals, the Piincc de Montauban, two Brigadiers, the Duke de la Tte-wjoilk, the Marauiffes de Fimarcoh and Hautefbrt, the Count de Maillebois, and one other Coldnel, were wounded. The next Morning the. Marihal de Coigny 'lent out a Detach-. meat� puifue the Enemy. We expecl impatiently theConfc-{wheesof this Batde. 'They write from the Camp before Phi!ir%jrgof the 3d Infl. that in the Night of the 30th of laft Month our Army carried the remaining Part of the Horn-work, that the Prince of Contr rdkVdtbc Trenches the lame Night for the tuft time in Qua lay of Ficld-Marfhal, and that the Grenadiers of the French Guards fiuTci'd extrcoruly in the Action. We continue tobatan the Crown-Work, and. doubt not of being Mailers of the Place in a few Days. O11 the ill Inftant Prince Eugene pafe*d the "Wood, in order to attack pur Lines i whereupon the Marihal iTAsfckh recall'd the 33 Squadrons of Cavalry into the Line,, ladcUb'J the Picket-Ciuard to mount the Parapets. On the id the two Armies cannonaded each other, ana* we had five Men kill'd. TheMaifhal D'Asfetdt having receiVd Information by a Dcfcrter, that Prince Eugene does not really intend to atockour Lines, but to pais thejininc above Philipfburg. he his cetach'd the Duke deDuras and the Count de Belliue to pcS themfclvcs along the Rhine with all the Regiments of t>�i&, 8 Battalions ot Milkia, and the 33 Squadron* of Hurfe which jrturn'd to the Camp but the Day before; and thofe Generals, at the Head of this Corps of Troops, arc to oppose any Autinpt of the Imperial Army 10 crolS tire laid River. Vial, July 2. Wind. Wert. His MajcnVs Ships remain* wuh the iiydra, Sheiwell, the'Providence, Arnold, and the Conflant John, Baker, for Cadiz ; Abbot, LitUr, for Seville ; ..... Marrgokf, Bonner, for  by SirGcriaraConyers in die Vcar nil "   kicks. .Mr. apttoul Stockings. Cenn, fevend Perkins ap- - -----0---------,--oi whom were dilchaig'd, md others continu'd The fame Day the Court of Chancery 4m fltv'd to grant ft Rule of Court lor dil'charging Col. Pitt out ot Cuftody. T.,*>?frow wiu the Silting* after Trimty-Tcna at Uuudhali. b� Day will be held a General-Coun of the Direaon of VteBankot EnuUcu. j,i tueir licuk iu I hrtadncedk Suctt, llttmg uue of U>c ^uaiurly Couiu appouwd by (bar LallTuttday Mi. Hughes's White Stociucgs, Mr Jono'a Swift, and Mr. 1'hompiun's Squirrel, tUned at Hautpttaul fct the to I. Plate, which was won by White Stockings. Yefierbay being the Ltd Day of Tc'r fw'd on their Rceogruzances, fame at Wehcirtha:the Ulf Ctifein. Refta of Sit Jervafe Clifton, Bam Wat htdv marry'd to Wdlim Blacbourn �ot High*. Ougar in EffeX, Erqj Vetlerday Morning died of a Mortification in hb Leg, at his Houfe at Kiughtforiuge, Frederick Hoxman, Efqj formerly l5wwyor of his Majedy't Board of Works. Vetlerday died at his Houle at Afton. in the 99th Year of his Age, Mr. John Boltbey, formerly ah eminent liatVIndu Merchant. ' \ This Day Mr. Serjeant Urlirtg. Depoty Recorder of this City, will make his Report to his MajetTy of the 11 Male-faftots now under Sentence of Death in N ewgatc. Wc hear from Blythe in the County Palatine of Durham, that William Row, lawrjr Clerk to Mr. John Airer of New-cafiie. going out one Day laA Week to (hoot Rabbits, in Company with a Friend, near that Town, was unfortunatrly (hot into the Head, and died on the (pot. It happen'd by tetting down the Butt-end of the Gun on the Ground read/ cock'd, and laying his Head on the Mouth of it. . Yetletday a Cart ran orer a Son of Mr- Shcppard's, Linncn-ia Hog lane, Weltminfter, and Lilrd him on the Spor>\ .      -r-:r   . ."      ". Caxftrbtrj, Jmlj i. The Kihg's Plate of too Guineas is appointed to be run for on Barham Downs on Wednesday the lath of Auguft riexr; and the Right Hon. the Earl Cowper will give a Plate of laGuineas to be run for the next Da^r by Hlfflfers, free only for thiSfekepi Within 40 Miles of Bridge-HillThe County Plate of ^50 Guineas will alio be run for on Tharfday the 1 jth, and thevrntne rs Plate of 30 Guineas on the^Friaay following. \^ We hear that Cape James Gunman^Commander of his Majelly's Ship the Northumberland, was Vcilerday choien a Jurat for the TowtKand Port of Dover. ^> Edinburgh, J %m 2^Yeflcrday arriv'd here his Duke of Argyll from the_Wcd Hightaods ; who, we in a Jew Usys, will review OaL IbntLiJidc's^Regiment oj Foot on the Links of Mufleburgh, x High Watet at London-Bridge this Day, at 33 Minute* after 1 in the Morning ; and 55 after 1 in the Artcrnoon. Yeflerday Bank Stock w�* 136 3 4ths. India 147. for the Op-ning. South^ea Trading Stock 80 1 half, a 1, lor the Opening. Old Annuitkt 105 1 half. Ditto New Annuities 105 3 4ths,'for the Opening. Thrvt per Cent. Annuity 94 1 halt, for the Opening. MiliipB Bank 107. African zz. York-Buildings 9 3 4tb�, Royali Affuranc* 96. London Affurance 12 1 8th. New Bank Circulation y\. 7s 6d.' Prrm. South-Sea Hoods 2I 10s. Prem. India ditto ai. t8s-a 3L Prem. Tnree per Cent, ditto tl. tos. Prem. Englilh Copp.r 11. 14s.   Welfli ditto Books fhut.' Souch-Sea-Houfe, London, ____        ... .   *7 May, 1734. 'r*HE Court 4�ZDire8ors of the Soujb-Sta:Com- L   pamgvt Xttict, tbtt thy fidil fttt n} Mfubluk Salt, at next, at e/rtrw ii tbt Fortmtm, tbt jJkfwntEfltttti, in ttn. Camtiri �f XorfJ$, OxftsJ, MiAiltftx andEffix, wk. Jh Efiafr, late cf Sir Lambert Blach.caU% Bait. Jtttatd, (cut eftht lutt Dtrtfierjtf tbt /aid C$mpa*f) Ijiiig bttwttn Tamtcuit' and XorvJcb, mfim m nwigabtt jRivtr tbtrf, tbt frvtral Parijbci �f Rttdeam, frtttbraft, U'lcibamftOH, Lint-ft*ht, BrasunbaU, Stnavfjbav.; MmiJtex, Ca**fo, SeuttAivod axd Oakly, all in tbt Count) a/ NvfJi, of ajmt Ijoo /. ftr /imtum. A Ltaftbdd Eflatt. tatt of Traneit Hnmvi, Efyi (tilt ofih Jaidbtit Dindvri) lyt% its tit Pari/b tfSuttbmb, or Pjtrijbii adjoint, in tie Ctmntj if Oxford, e^jfAbfaJPoojfr, emtaiw ing abenf 80 jicm if Arablt Landy and HO Acrti of IVood Land, tie Timber and Wend tbnrtn valued at about 4000 /. A EttddJ Efiatt, tatt *f Amtrtft. PaguEfii. Jont cf th I fatt Dirt gar t mftbt /aidCoMfanj J If ing in Unity firtet, ntar EmfieJJ is tbt County of Midduftx, */" about 4 ^ ftr Ann. A Ltajtbeld Eflatt, of fart of tbt Manor ofWtflbam in tbt Ceuatf tfEffix, and of a Farm taltd Hemfritb, and[.jtatw TtnemtntiintbrParijb of Wtttbam in tbt fuid County, latt tbt Eflatt of Stir J&n BHmr,'Bart. dectaid, out of tbt latt DU rtdmi �f thi /aid Cotnfanj. ^artiiulaii^' tbt mkw EiaM luxll hi d,x�tr�: Hoh flr*f> Mff,. Talbot i Cu||t Mr>J�nx�; TibTttur, Mc. Cli Wiihraiithof EntrrtAinmtxit. To begin exactly at Mf an Hour after Six 0*< Bpxti 41.   Pit*?.4t4.   Gnlltro-m~ PUtxitobehadatatr. Viitimk�, tilcVc|uk� m�k�i�t, urt Dam to the Theatre. _      \      ....     .   . -   � On WJ8dt�Gia)! jm't wiU he pr�l�Mt4� The Cratuk d HaiMa*. faC I* ill* Benefit uf M#. �*eii�y teiii.  - .7T7 Th� Company msiv. tyjsmMa(fI etli'd upMito at �n Blcflioo,   Cuurt �6d Counif], �t ptrtormM with ih* u^moll fcs^icdiiioe. To be SEE M Tbit Day and for tbt futurt, kttwtn tbt Hturt tf Ttu mmt Eight (Pritt Fivt SbiUingt) in Uiufltr Gttiijqutrt, urn tit Eafl&ft, at *     � MR. CHOVET's, Surgeon, h'ifnewJFi. Bur� of Anatomy (with fivcrsl Improvements 6*�l hi* f*> irom his late Moufcju Orange-tireet) which rtpninM* a Worn in chiip'd do*n upoo iTablt, fupput'd �pen'd �|i�e, sybtteiniho Ctr 1 DJumt it), 1734, ESERTED the 21ft Inftann from Coir Puttott't (tegin�arkjp4 fro�n C�p�. Ruberr Mr>uatfrn'� CsV pany, John Collkr, Dora w Lancuhnv, *t/i* 19"Y� *�v-� Attn ptotior;, n�rk*d with iba Snull P-*. fair Htir. (trait Md well IsasbV, and by Tr�de a Co*t-|iticr j bad wh�a b� went tiff, � OreycoloaVi Cox, Sou If colour y Waiflcoat oienra'd with Ktd, ar�6 anitoiii, Kad Breesbas, and a Soldice's oldlai^dMat s lfWWt\XWmUnn~Cimi paur wiihi* fourrean IMfsfrcimrbaOaiPta'aofj he (hail at pc-fdmfct > Mayoard GiK'in, �&)-. Aa�nc to thu >N >� w�td user sad shore what is ailow'd by ad of Parliasacar. Juut 28, 17*4.    " jESERTEDthe 24ihlM*ntftmiLwwe* JL*J-nam Cbl. PrimioftiVCompany, b Col, Ho��f �& M��, b�e pcsietctM leches high � Shoe* V'l" he "'ill t�itf� ip fut CHStpapf Chariublc-Corponnion-Houfc in Spring-Garden,   July 1, 1734. ffHE Charitable-Corporation for Relief of Iu- * Jhfiriuu Poor, Kit. art to bold a Gtmral Court at tktir lluije abrvtjaid, en Fit Jay itxt, tbt tb Inflant, at tltvtn in lit Fcttman, to tatt tit Balht nfon tbt taJlruinr ^utjlian. That ini� Court itigbly approve the filing the Bill agaiult the late Couimtficc-Mca and AUiitanis, and others whole Name:, have been now read, and of t rotoer Step* taken by the Court of Corainittte, fcr etc recovering of the Money and Effects due to this Corporation. tf. B. lit BulLt tLillbt taktn fiam tU^tn 0' CLck to /u�. Now Vacant, rtw^ to be iti. in Urn Cap*t>  a^nket, in cleintwu ilie Siftttu &�, tor tNr 1 saw in In to lf�ve their Wvt^f�'� in Wriiiog, JealU ar any lis�* pttora with Mr. miCxi, Matter ot fiw Wotldwalir, th� hrweraadof UtS 0>a/*� loii-W, , C HI  M N IE S Infallibly prevented from Smashing,     7 > E T their Form or Situation be what or __ wh�*� if w ill j */s) u.> Muci it diCt'd fut tlx �oifotmamu tul 11 be pruv'd eStflu.l by  uial 61 tbitc Mcwbs. or �of�ii rtoaa^f By J.   DAWSON, To he heard ul �> Wiumiu't Ciitt-tujitU m ii. jMotaVfiawt, 9tW% iu Ncn iiuud lti4.Lt, *..J JXftui't ii VU�i Uu t�| 1mi(ik La, AAxerUftmtnii in ibis Paper cf a wJ*r
                            

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