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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 5, 1834, London, Middlesex                                mm mm Deal, July 3. II E Lynn jyid Salamander Mm of War are faii'd VVcllwafiT. Remain tn the Downs the reft of Ins Majri!>'s Snips; with St. l'crcrfbi.rg. ijeirtreth, for trie Eall; Rolphin,. Freeman, for Africa. The ouuva.J-bcund Misstate Ciii'd this Morning. CamcWutf and faii'd througti, Boulion, Ruther. for Oporto; Judith, Bradlha*, for Liibon. . Wind N. W. LONDON. We Jo not hear that any impartial Relation is arfiv'd here of .fcUt&Afiion in Italy between the Imperials and the Army - if the Allies, �that the former have as yet transmitted hither -ilar'Jttevt of that fcng.igcmcm.   The following as well as poftof the preceding Articles on this Head was forwarded hither fronTFranee, and 'us no Wonder if the fevcr.il Particulars ran very little in Favour of his Imperial Majesty's Army. JjttteB from Paris of the 12th Instant, N. S. advile, that to Avd du Camp-aunty there the Day before, fiam die Mar-fcltJeCoigny, his molt Chfill ian Maje.'/s .General in Italy, tith an Account, that the King of Sardinia having retum'd from Turin to the Army fome tew Hours after the Battle, his Mayfly pot himfclf the next Morning at the Mead of the TfoopJ0' Ae Allies, and purfiiM the Ivnrmy over the Rivers fantt, Lena, artd Croltolo, as far as Sccchia, obliging them tiitandontheModenexe,; that a Detachment of the trench Troops at the fame time march'd to Gualtalla, and found it pitted by a Body of 1400 Germans ; but thefe, after a fltort uefifttrfce, were made Prisoners of War; that the Impenaiiils by making tb|| Retreat thro" Concordia, and by the way of Rovtraand Ofliglia', ieem'd to have a Defign of repairing the fo  and that it was incredible what a N umber of DckrU rs Vid left the (aid Army fince the Erigagment, which is im- Mted to their want of Provilions, &c. 1 he lame Letters ad4, {iunipwarils of -Joo wounded Prisoners were in the Holpitab rf PaJirta, the fame having been found in the licld of battle; isdtbat tkc&id Aid du Camp had brought with him to Parts, tint of the five Standards taken from tnc fcocmy ; that the �jngof Sardinia dtlii'd to detain the other two to put up as Trophies in hisHnvn-Chapel; and bitty, that -ft Dtum >vas to le fang as at Monday lait, at Paris, ou occation ot their Suc-eciVro this Engagement. .        ' Vtfindiy -Morning an extraordinary Courier arriv'd at Whitehall liom his Excellency Mr. Keenc, our Minuter at the Courtoi Spain, clurg'd (as we heai) with Lisdthclick Ma-jdtyVRefoIution relating to the I*lan of Accommodation let on toot by the Maritime powers. ' We hour that Don Cariorha* confert'd the Title �f Prince oBintUO on the Count de Montemar, who coaimanded the Sjmuilb Forces at the late Defeat of the ImpcrulnL, near that Ptaot. 1 Yriierday there was a General Council at Kenfington, on Affair* of great Importance. . Alter which was held a Cabinet Cojncil, when Mr. Serjeant Crlieg, Deputy Recoider oi tbis City, made his Report ot the II Malefactors under Sentence of Death in Newgate, viz. Thomas Evans, for ileal ing aParcel oi Lumen to the Value of lOl. 41. Com Mr. Manleil, the Property ot Mr. John V\ ing-�tM j William JiUatd, for Honfc breaking; W llhiiin Fl.T dier, forforgmglevual Tiadtfmens Hands to Receipts to a considerable Value; John Green, for privately Stealing Goods Jo the Viiotoi'ioL Mafley Hornbey, for tnc Murder oi herBaibid tftild ; Peter Machie, for Healing a large Parcel of Jewels ; Tl.oma* 1 avemer, alias Cotton, ior robbing the Lady of Sa-�url KuiTcl, Ely on t;ie Highway, in January latt ; Jot'. Harr, fctiircakiog open an Elciutore rxlonging to Mr. 1 leet, and inline thence 271. 14s. and Several irtiier Things ci \ alue ; Sunutl'Waikrr, for tltaling Bills and Money out of the L �.le -�f-Mft-"HtrgfeeF, iffCaitle-Court,"Lawrence Lane, io the a-MSLot-sSil. 14s. yd. William Ray, for the Murder of lis Wife, in Eagle-!trcet. Ilolboin ; anJ Roger Bow the Wa-fctttUDj for toe Murder ot '1 J.oiuas ]� ickl. tnc Butcher\> Servui.:  nviogtift^Markei; wh�i Uu Majcily was pleas'd to cx-J,�d ^JficK^ i� following, and to order them tor Tnuiipojtatton Tor 14 ears, viz. William Jtllard, John  utiful Speech ccmp!iment;d her Royal Mighncf* on her life Arrival in Lng-Irnd ; the Dean, Prebertdaiies and other Clergy", and Gentlemen and Lulics, afterwards attended her at tnc Pcit-Houfc, w here tnev were graciously rcceTv'd by her Royal Higincts. arrd haJ the Honour ro k:f� her Hand D-.iringJier Royal HighnciVs fhort Stay at the Poll Houfe, fhc fhcw'd hcrfcll icvcral times from a Clumber Window to n nmnrrous Crowd of Spectators :n the Street, who wclcoavd her Arrival with loud Acclimation* of lor. Yulciklay iv�nk StocK w.s rjy 1 4U1, a 1 imii. 14S, ior'the Op ning. South-Sea Traumg Stock J5jr. for the Opening. Old Annuities ic; - St.'is. Ditto New Annuities ic6 1 Sth, for the Openiag. rl*hr�"C per Cent. Annuity Cu i halli, for the Opening. .Million B^nk to* t halt-African zz. York-BuiUings 1 3 4ths. Royal Ailurance �)6 1 half. London Ailurance 12 1 4th. Now Bank Circulation ~1 7s Prcmr South-So Bonds il. tcs. Prem. India dirto 3I. Prem. Thrte per Cent, ditto il. ics. Prem. Engldh Corner 11 1 ci.   Welffi di'to Book? (hut. � A Common-Council holileii in the Bitters, ?     Chamber of the Guildhall of the City ot T.on-AUy.r. S     don, on ThurfJay the 4th Day of Jul), i" the Year of our Lord 1734, and in the Eighth Year of the Reign o� our Sovereign Lord George the Second, by the Giace of God^-j King of Grcat*Britain. Arc. TT is agreed and crdtr*d by this Comir.cx Court//, that if 4�y Prrfc* tilt bat bun nsmizafrJf^r^htnfj cj ihn City r.nj County cf MtJditfx, in fvrjuanzt i?f an ef Commsu-'Council, made tit ZlJ ))aj) of Ocichtr, 1703, jl>*U tyor* Ele^n 0 Click in tbt t'ottwxn, en Saturday tbt 6tb Day of 1 hit lajhiHt Jvh, fay into lb* Chamber cf iJinJui, fur /ft Vji of this City, the Sum of four hundred PesrnJt, and el/a twity Maiiimsir, tmiardi tbt Maintenance of the Ninijhri of tie f,-z>.v-al Prifoni of tbis Ci/r. according fi (imtber Aihof Gommnn-Council, tnadt tbt yi of hiutnbtr, 1656. in that behalf, atid tit ufual Fees, fu'b Ptrpn piall be exempted from bein^-tli^ible to tbt Jaid Ojfiei'for eiser bertnftcr, unlefs any fuel Ptrfmjbull b.-reafter lake upon Lin tbt Office of an /.Iderman of ibii-City, then, and in fucb Cafe, be jball be liable /� bt tleeiti into tbt faid Ofce cf Sheriff, as if tbis Order bad vever been made. _( A CMS ON. London, July 5, 1754. A T a Meeting of fevtral Liverymen of tbis Cityy �* to tonfiltr� cf jii and ptvper Per tins to bt tlttle.i into the Of.ce of SH E RJ i- P-S Cfor this City and County of MidJLfex) fir the Yiar enfaing, in tbt room ef&!r. (ieorgt Met tin tit Hld.r, Siittrer, and Mr. William Fate, Merebattl-'Taylorf mho vrrr ^..tkb/m on Midfummer Day laj}, and are- -difchargd by fwtartifc tl*j*frlirii not ivirtb 100O0/. at the time of their EJeslieft, it 1c41-1 unaninc-jjly agreed-to continue to ehife the fime out oj Jmb Cent It men as rave been ninir.attd bj the leOetal Lord M*jt>' 1 i tlftfirt dtftrt the fafri oftbeic fellki Citizm fr Mr. S I M O N   W H A D C O C K,   Mercer, ~ A n D, Mr. GEORGE   RUSSELL,  Lcrintr. in-o JlanJ the Jjr/l on the Lift of Gentlemen ft  naminatfd. Reccip:s for the laid Year amounted to the S tU �ttl. .19.$,. .^iL4*h*reol too 1. was (or -a Legacy kit SSftlyU^iatf-Etfwatd Adderley, Esq;) and their Payments fet the did Year amounted to the Sum of 636} L-fla. 1 o d. *>& tkit whfvlc R�;tip;> fiom the Date oi their Charter to the UiLniK-i-r~r.-. -� iod. and their 7 I.       7d. .,-------^.^yv'I u ',,1U rcniaiuwg in the Bank of Mghnd00 the 'ard 9th of June, amounted in 61 J . ^Qls, Caufrs, Excepuoui, 6cc **y. after Trinity -1 emi, i I 1^9   tli G�n�al ieal.   1   lulv 24 >Ciuifci. 18 i& General Seal. '9? 10 ^CauJes. �}  Rehrarmet. J4 July 25 26 3�| 3' Aug-dt i 2-. Chancable-Corporation-iloulc 111 Spr ni�r- Rehearing*. > jd General Seal. I  Exceptions. 3 1 PI* 5 5Df eas and niurrs. 4th Gemral Seal. rciiuon- mou ' ?ei" J �n Mowliy lui he, Roy.l Highu, IjO^ landed � Bxoad-JUiis nearM^v^c �^w llanet auotil light in the. Morning, and Fa! W) * where, �t the Guiidlf Jl Dooiv lie was . Iintfs in ."J at Garden,   July 1, 1734.  - - � rTVIE Charitable Corp oration forfMelief of ht- du/lricra Poor, tsfc are to bold a (Jinfral Ccwt at ti-eir Hsssfi jtbjvefaidy-- on Fi-Htaf next-,- jbr-%ft>> tnjtanl,' at'/U ii'n'in tbt Farenoan, to take the BalLt uf*n the /hll-sUtKg ^efi**,----- That this Court highly approvelhe filing the Bill Jgaiolt the late Committee-Men and Allillants, and other* whole Names have been now.rrattrJUid of the other Steps taken by live Comt ot Committee, for the recovering ol the Money and EfFccls due to ttrts Corporarion. A'. U^-1he lia/bt        bt taken ftsjn ele-ven d Chck ti t-i)Li B Y ~C O MM A N I).        "~ AT the King's Theatre in the Hq^y-Market, -  ToniTrrow, bti.i* the iiS nf Jul/, � 1!. he (tri irin J P ;V 8TOR    I* I D O. An OPERA.   compcVd by Mr.  11 AND EX. Intermix d ix,ifb Cboruffiei. The Scenery after a particular manner. Pit tn& Boies late ptii -j-^ciher. aad n> fcrfja* U te ^terr� By  a Company oj CutneduHS from bom tie Theatres* AT the Nc\y Thc.u.rc in the May-Market, ihii UUjt. fecug the j:n -W Jotf* wifB tc p**i�'-�ea a -':��'' Opera, uliM V   E   N   E   L O   P E : O   R, The   Fair   Disconsolate. P�q (Tci. M. it (t�;  Ircmitra-, .Mr. WojJ�i'.i i hiwim, Mn. cr.�rke; Uul., Mr�. ihirttiuru , S'.iu lUi&h.s. AU1UI AriiC r � *h:tt. wiil be iifd-i T he   BI. G Lr A K's  W E DDING. \Ut-t Hj.c, ..::> MoCk' 1 �, I't.ebc, Mil� J'�:i I fn-J'.-f, M.>. I�!.vl . l.-egg, fi. |mu >/'..�/(�/> ',/ Entertainment! To begin exactly at h If an Hour after itx o'clock. Bcxa j\t    Fit zs. (id,   Calltij 11. Piters 10 be hj ol M-.   I too, tVrukc fq(kci,i^>( 1*joi i j ihcT" e�-.re. On -�il^!J4, mi u. .|| lie ^fcicuu-i, 1 1m> l'r       d ^ u.L^f.', '�  * <'P-r^. ( *'�r Aflrd l*f^rt) call j   im hi, oi  j Co.r and Cuu,.|fj, xi.itii  .11 U |*-f> r.i-   w, 1. Ihc u II) .11 llKJ-n "'�___ A i\ 1' Per Ion or Per forts who are willing to ;tiv; be UvC(. I'jr.ihr- \A SI Auiic* H lt>./n tf'oU ihc B41 . "�'.   IJ  ��i v.l�4-1^�.       ,lc tapan ( J I K   ii-.- itiD.i.ui* p.ti ill tt.c iuiic 1 Y.tr, ctdwig K*4t- , a. v tunc O or b*l t:e A'ej, t|ji, ,K,t, irt .gih� iota h.n*.i:, a. 1 nix i- cy u 1.1 do 10 lams, with Mr- MlUo, MftlW  * ij*cr cpJoIL111U (Jij'tii- fefirm.uy, 3 �Jtu!>% 1734* MOT ICE is hereby given ia tve&.hjlnbin */ tbt Pub.'ui hftmeny in Cbjf.fj-1+tn tt tfnmftr, tt*t * lJ�**rttriy General Bit'.'d ts.-.V le ihtt held tn M**dity tbi fnf. �?/ 4 y'i.7.v4 in tl-e .{fkrjtie*: - ' ' For    C   A The Mary' Sto, A   IS, Humphrey Gilbic, C-mtnandtt, -   A > ' SAILS on .Monday hcxt. noW\** i*>\i� ami ralTv�"-|fe�'W � th Watk at Eubm^e T*W�, ifw Ikrdim Citfre hwn, at the Lang* Hrvm At P-jturas-lVtihi    "''----.> "T"* H E Divcrflort I   Of l>M��f �p�, tfci Rjpe ia  mot tttipnQ �itrtis* -ec'Ciwt tiit'ieet't � .f Sett �.f Vttktwtw toMt* i.tt- wih VaeJiiisjt opoo U# SliiSi Ri-ite. ronsWaij, ivft�r��4,  j vui.iy fit  H*t by iiaJe. S'jie C. nipItiKHi, tiu-*oH*ir, ihe too (id* lotlt* ^ J-tl.u. *" >�*. *iih aScjruitfler the left 6d� ptjM i."hi.�. W>nji mll'd, a flnail Fate. �t>4 limb*. �-J-�hi\ F.tttt, il    . I'-oi 7 (niiic. high � lih lit Sh t*. ib^t lo Xctl^jJ. AfM, tfftfM l>  u4 tUutlcoaiv *-IVler e� at Balirj,!toae. I.tn  nr. Hubert Iiru�-rt't Citrt* pan� vr c;re/m>icr�  (      UiU Hcjunrt , J h ^ . t, J Fu t if. l^�Sic� anJ a lull ivirhi>ui Sh-it',' afwit 34 Y.-i.r� of �|e, i�ll*o at W�f* rin* un. bun al Mau^.li. I;, a �la'�r t>t Tt*ile.  i aiiwanhy Culm-pt �� Han, a�a Iij.hi4*�^�n I'nuU l-ff*, w�i totmulf a i�itn�d er 1:1 Oetwtat Mh.thaiti, KtRmal>e> n-d Ucu  �H 01 ci'lm i>i .i..m ia aryCull, ai.e" Ititj*. w'oij.io Heprj Poppl*^ tJ4i A^tm n� tl? Uii KefioM 1. in While* . h.h, ihall Cr titr it lhcmi*> 'litis 'e�i�e tlx >oui til til* rtHuAt t^� ttn*agd to brat tbt Rates at Il^-ijUw that Wttky an fujlfrjndlo Monday the iidlnjlant, txS.n APlate of JO I. full "V.iJuc, will be' Rllfl for _.....lh*t"tSMi �jb�.. ah..��il.a'-"-V�li� in Haw--- Hinnejf, 14 Mitxii. to cmt vYroiw, t\\ o d.i t; l�ai�*'4 Wcfhl fbf Int'.tet, a\.vn JinfTiu ihe Rulc� nl l.i:xiin.  run dm htlt t-,t f M-�i� 4 o  ai A Hear,' Io (lay a Cuimj Lu-iuiw, ,k a *t tl^ pa(i, Nti l> Ii ilun J m (lai t. 0�-f*^��-4i�-t nan    1 ;,c Jiiarccouunutiiy �i-u<�o tij( ir.c Rat, ii iiUau'u luiil--- luO'l M      lt��l urfc. Tliii'.kf.jr rl.e ai i> un.l-r i>- < , a-- leli 'Sun 4 1 , llan.   T. fmf hi-r a Ost^ca |-j 12 o'cl .�.k u-i itiet>*r'�' Koriiii..^. a d u iun 4>*l>iire. O. Knd�r fte rfSih, a icat tip.iici44 fcrtfjie,   Ivt bl 'ItiCkncy, x�a tlcf lluil t��[|ft�'4 iu t iliai 'uo t>i iht t-ol. Vlv, i" te �nltf*il lt>en thtyt te uru i..e H'/ uT tuiiaiig: al. the 11 f(c� lhai 1u11 Lit Ibe Vurl"� ui 15 1 ei cif, 10 lx enrtr'a ��ca l>*f� beiore ilw t*�ji of Mranni.-, 1 .1 jl. t:e 11..tie* !� le toiei'd j Mr J*i^a lairj.i., iii ibe Wriiif H ute.; j-.u-i> ; J rte tUid C uric. �i.o a-> ii:e M -rlt� <� hr rr::et�d �t> Stun ittLstilicg# aji.Misa. i*Imii iU..-ti�1te^"�M"rt�       �� Js��/�s*t--i:A':*�M"thi'-"" H,.|lc�, Sr tn the l>i> ni C'ii 10 p*/ j.. 1IJ 1J1 iwl h^iof 10 p4< *  C.-vli a'-J |au i �| |�. 64. � Ct.iia aid lnjf u pi� 2�- a Chiift ad iW t� tfi. �Ui a (llai^ IRil i lol l� ' ____    . n b. I h.re i> � R^iJ made ti.fwah 'f>> Wl.t c-i : >i.� back i-a. e. f�tnjr tbje CaitVASl.^' 1'. ai it - t.c upyu Si^eut the Cbuiw.  Tu  ali Ociiiy. If � -tli-'d b> ali Ceu^tnen in* Ladlo.rlut u J�M rhefpaf at cither 6a:c, inpu! ihsii M .ivy lulu ttic i! 4a, i-' fit�coi t'i�U# Ai,/ i'c;l^ uiir ha�c (looihatu St u iic> Mini*, or 6i,�> 4 ,1 ,1 il.ct.clilj.   All IciS jut are dili.'d 10 taks cuVhatthtf ..0 n>i v.r't;. i In Srli or read w> Lm|!>-h>, i>� IriUil. (it.  a�ifl*vvi ifcaj i-c .�� or <-^lc:i cl 1 he 1 i J-ri*t1, (ri,.-/ bet. g at tali Espcutct) if Io, iht/v�ii. be pir.SeiuieJ a� ie ia* d.ittl*. i'�r.   rhsic i� MatliujSi a-�l a fi�� t-l clutJJ'g *-d Gr.uw arill be o�\tf* ft^s CuojK, �w U* !�wit�      Y*�.   

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