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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 6, 1834, London, Middlesex                                & AT U- R D A Y, Jut t 6\ 1^34. fgerAaj arrh*d a Mad from Holland, jfam tbe ?*mp before DaMzick, July 3. |HE E&a.pr of King Sfaniflaut from Dars&ck h new coofirmM beyond DoobrYanJ *�is laid,, titatbe is gone by Water to Dirtcboav, in tider to join tbeFckib. Troty* aficmbkJ m the Ncigboof Ixxxl of Tfwra. The Capi-bdauon which the Magiilrate* have made with Count Xluntch confifi* in 19 Articles s and fats Excellency ba-*a>g inlifled tbat one of the Gates of tittGtf (houfcl be  Moaich baring granicd.tfee City a Sof* jq&ca of Anas far three Days, too Uepaia vfahci On his Ecrtinacy btsn the Magtibacy to (cuk Coiua�ru, bui; h�s liefiency wntSd net l&bui to any Picp^a^. unlefe hr might le K�erd � cmtfny hk Apprntcba dicing tbc Term cf tk&t&nfioo; wseicspon tbe Deposits, iviio could neither iqA or approve tb� Copifcinn, nsma'd to the City ; and _Goxral Viainglftdr baring (ban aJfttr �i*d upon oar Men, AcSanondaetUJcas ienc�M with taach V igoar.^ The next Morujeg early can>cLajsia tbe laid Depctks nidi a Lcoer fiom Ike &IagcSracy. to eaode rior brc^kixig tbe Sofpenfion; to rnfbrnl* fnttiHmif the Emfrtfi efltxjjia acd thi1�:' A, Sec   And King SotasKB ���ag nade b� Escape the preiediog Night, they ^W^tpftspo toxnncx to the laid Lea*r the totSc^ing Ccr-Bfeaseot" tbe Maiqab dc Monti: ** I dedaic upon Honour, � " tfcat cekber the Pcfdb Lords, dot tbe Magifbates of Dant-** swi, nor rtca tbe bmed Barghtr, uoc any �ays appiu'd -*tb� cr afiaicg to tbe Retreat of tbe King of Poland * Hew the (aid Nctrs watt receh'd, may' be (cat by his Ex ceSmcf Cotcc Umkix't AcaW: * Your Ltttars and Ceiti-~ Baa iadtb'd. toccUng tbe Escape of SianiQaa* Ldeziaflsi, " incur*to Hand, by �iikb I penxhre dial the venerable 1 to bare been inlcrm'd, till Yeiletday Fnm th Ufffr-Jtiim, J�h 6. Princ* Eugene hating re �onnoitet*d ti�e ikrength of tne Enemy's lotrenchtntnts and believing that he fltooid run a great Kiifc in anyJUtempt to force them, bat began to entrench himlelf, ih order to approach 4-thrit Works without too tnoen rxpofing his Troopj. The two Armies fire upon each other without Jntcrmiffioh. The Governor of Philiplhurg cohtihue* to make a brave Deftnce �. The Fire of the Garnfon has a&ually filenccd fc\-eta! of the Enemy** Batlerics, the Rhine has foept down othen, and 'tis altur'J, thar they have been oblig'd to abandon ftveral of their Approaches, the Rains having entirely rtlfd them with Water. Brrlin, Ju!i 6. The King lets out the Dary after Tomorrow for the Imperial Army on the Rhine, which he purpofet to reach "by Monday, and to flay there about three Wevksora Month. Did, Jdv 4. The three Admirals with 3; Men of War flill remain.' All tbe outward-bound arcfaird Weftward Came down and (ail'd through, Anthony, Rcdmayn, for Antigoa j Valcntia Packet, Watfon, for Cad�; and Endeavour, Hartley, for Lilbon. Remains, St. Peterlburg, Scor. treth, for the Eall.   Wind N. E. - LONDON.       _.       % K'u Serene Highnef>thc Prince of Orange -having accom- Jany'd the Princels Royal to Helvoctftuys, and fteti tier Royal ligbnefs (afc cmbark*d on board the Yachts, return'd the fame Evening to the Hague ; from whence his Highnefs fct out on Monday lait, about 8 in the Morning, for the imperial Army on the Rhine. His Highnefs dined that Day at Leyclcn, pafi'd Utretcht about feven in the Evening, and lay at Zciil, a lint Seat belonging to the Count of NaflTau. The next Day his Highnefs proceeded on his journey, having fix'd lib Rout thro" Nimeguen, Clcves, Duflclldorp. Cologn, and Frankfort. He is accompanied by the Baron J*Aylva, Ins Mallet of the Horfe, and by M. Groveileins, hb CountcllorT- _ On Thurfday in the Evening their Excellencies Gount Kin-fki, Ambaflador Extraordiniry from his Imperial Majtity, Monf. deChavigny, the FrenchvMiniiler, and Baron Sparr, Envoy Extraordinary from the King of Sweden, went to Kensington to wait on bis Majefly, with fome DUpatches they bad the tame Day receiv'd from their refpccUve Coitra. [ ^ Ycikrday Mr. Jofeph Beachooft, Habcrdalhcr, and Caleb Cotcfworth, E% Barber and Surgeon, tbe former having been ^lrank to by Sir Francis Forbes in 1786, and the latter by Sir Ediward Bee her in 1^x8* paid their Fines of fonir hundred Pounds and twmty Marks each, to be excus'd from fcrving the Office of Sheriff for tbe City of London and County of MidJlefex. - On Thurfilay laft William ConoUy, Efq� Member of Par-liamait for Aldborough, wi:u his lady, Daughter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Strafford, arriv'd at hb Lordfliiys Houfc at Twickenham from Ireland.  V - - Ycllerdayn. jannct, of Stratfirldfta in the County of Southampton, Elq; was married at Kmg-ftreet Chapel to Mus Wmdlor, a rich Heirefs of tbc laid County- Lafl Monday died at York, far odvane'd in Yean, Dr. Bell, an eminent Man-Midwife. On Tuefday next comes 00 at Sabers-Hall, the Election of a Leclurer for St. Dunilan'i in the Kail, vacant by the Death of the Rev. Mr. Hairij. The "Candidate*- are, �he Rev. Mr. Watkinibn, the Rev. Mr. Berry man, and the Rev Mr. Willjbn. Lait TuciUay died in an advane'd .Age at hb Houfc in Dartmouth-firm, Weftminller, Thomas Baytes, Efql one of bis Majeliy'$ Juilkes of the Peace tor the City and Lit-ny of Wcllminfter. Yeilcrday a young Gentleman was tried at the Quarter-Seflions at Wcilmintler, for commiaing a Rapt on his Mother's Servant Maid, and aftyr a Trial 61 3 Hours was acquitted. ** at foes in tbe Afternoon, of tbe Escape of him call'd the *' FrixdialPerpm, who bad tor tame time tojourn'd in tbe City " cf Duuzick. I teun Gkcw&, tbat the Orders of the City ""refer to tbe Poliih Leeds irbo are there, tbe Care of ma-M kng th�r own Terms, sot cbnlicg tnry fltoold fee blended "WfStSe fcteretls of tbc: City'"; Uut ujocerning the Af-" ��� of abe tasdCsry, tieOrden 2xrrdo3v*d t oax Deputies but . ."*. Vciodsr a&i'-d  ; *" *edasl then m��cd to Law him dcL\ci'J up, raguiicr uxii ** baAdtetesKS, it aeeau snacifea �t*t be could out cicape "^kfMsryour fTJaewSed^eL     ^~' ""'^fe'eafet^Magiiatr doe> loiia v$ax JbUJjnprance.in *^^fcttiBJ(j-, I skijaise tbat a& Yttimt, as ut&Fosrr^ocrs as " cders, waocan be izffOid to be idjiiinrod utdi ti-.'u I'ms-** 0*b��fittl be imsaSiEtl* aprrel^roikd and eianV:i:'d a-*oac�ing tie \t-srmfr ana Plscs fkiexc, or ia-u.l.it Z t!**3*   eaeap'd . and iLa two P&'ijtss by tne noaiitair J �*� Liocrry ud Fowc; u make tl: ��id Etaminationj, l>y " wascb yoK own l&rxonxc �.�: be cciJru/J, and Saii_Li&iun " S"ea o tbe Emptr^ cJ fcjSa and Li� PcLfh Mtjtil v.   . ^ (agoaotof tbcCky. *�d tio: tbc Pnioai of the Pinnate, tte Mar�jd� de Meed, t. be keai'd , " The Ceititcaae cf :as Ma^ia de Mcnncaa be no Jufli-�   7?**?' ii  cr on the Walls, w.rc �� f .-;ry so tbeC*-itU       ^ij^^uc. ^    As to acy Trcaiy ub accsiut.: or j ^iipLuiiaa of Armi or m VfnVirian. wcilal! asc j=oacclxr. uale6 v*j tcafcr.t m Wpuiaoic^Hi^       ^ .j^ Gi.z ^ ihe Cixv. as a tbiid^. JtSj, 5    A^.sres fxaiC..- Camp before Phi-�fF�n, tk�:t�i� F:cacb Lii-.i.v irrr+sA that t;.->.!ltry ~      coty^dtfuua. a uc* A;uck of ihr iirioi Vn Hsws:ac>;k �.hich ill.- (..r- U 14 l'.n.t. of Yeflerday Bank-Stock was 136 3 atht. India 147 t half, for the Opening. Sooth-Sen Trading Stock 81 3 41ns, a 1 half, for the Opening. Old AnoWet 105 7fjthj, a 3 4tKs. Ditto New Annuities 1061 4th, a ic6, for the Opening. Three per Cent. Annuity 95. Million Bank tcr 1 half. Africaa 3*. York-Buildings 3*3 4Tfc�r-4Sey*l AfluJsnteo^S 1 half. London Aflurance 13 1 4th, New Bank CircubuoA 7I. icm. Pmn. Sflntb-Sea Boodt ai its. a 13 1. Pitnu India ditto 3]. Firm. Three per Cent, ditto 11. 11*. Preta. Englijb Cooper 11. tWflfti ditto Book" ftut. . BY   COMMAND. AT the King's Theatre in the Hay-Market, ** ifci D#r, btina the rfth c�'July, win be prrtHrm**) P AST O R,  F I J) O. An OPERA, comport by Mr. II A N D E L, The So-'ncry after a particular: manner. ."' Tit *wl P^sif* rnt* fm r�ftwfc�r. �a4 no tVtftai 10 r* j�4>nitte<| withoot twkets, �hi�h �UJ o* dcimr'J      U�jf. �t th^uffka in to* aa|-�Uiktr. at half  Cuiot� tuh.  *e(t �� * Bj 'Hit- tihe iijttV CsmmmJ, bath tbe. a Company of Comedians -from Theatres^ AT the New Theatre in_ thtrrHay*Market, * * w M"�J�t Kit. bciog the 8th of Jttiy, will fc�_ prii�r.�d � -Mock Opcr*. tati'J . PENELOPE:      ' The o a. A CoikiMON-CouNCfL holden in the Chamber'of fie Guildhall of the City oi Lon don. on Thurfbay the 4th Day of July, in the Year of our Lord 1734, and in the Eighth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord * George the Sicond, by flie^iace "ot God," King of Great Britain. &c.   ' -f^� %�$���nd?r4*M bj tbh Common-Cofiniily '* thai if aty ftrfiu L41 Hen msninattJ/lr SFtrffit/fti/i City ami County of ItliddUfai^ intutjuanctof An dS $'Cainitun-C.amiuil, Kii� tin ud Daf of O&itAtr, "1703, /tail bsprr Elevr* t Vinci in tkt Fottmcn, on Saturday tin $tk Day ef this -hfiam yds, fay yxet]to�k9Bk*r of Landau, fir tte i'i of /Aw Ci/y, fti &m* of four btaJnd Pcansh, -and titfii-tvtnk MxtzAi mart, tajutrd) tk* MainUHatttt tftbt Mimfit** of tic fevtral Prifoiu of till Qity~ According to aisiker 48 of Commcn-Council, made tot yd of December, in thaiLttalf, cvtd tbe ufnal Fees, fuojfjrjon Jhall It exemfteJfrom Being iligMe to tbe faid Office for ever bcrtafttr, ufdtfs any Jucb Perfon.fkull berrafttrtake upon bint tbitffitof WltifomWtf'^rVit], then, and in~fitcb Cafe, be jtull be lUtlfU Utlutledtd iota At faldOJk* of Sbirijf.MiftbliQTdtr bad'nP&iteemmade. _ JACKirO-Nr . London, July \, 17,34. Af a Meeting^ of feveral LiverymaLJ)f this City, to canfiirr of ft and frefer Per fat to Be lit fled tkl�"lbe-Ojfue of S H ElU FFS (far tin City and Cutntj if MiJM.fi�J fjr the Ytar tnfuitig, Mlki-tsem of Mr. George Matin the t.Utr, Siittetr, and Sb William Pmtt, Merchant- f't}�ir^ -ui-a -..ere �f&jfrn*n Midfttamei-.Dtty Jgjfj and art diftbarfj nuari*g tbemftlve* eat wutb rOOOo/. at the timt~'if~VUlr'FAtcii~miti � ixai unanimsvjly ague J to iontumf tl clufi ll't fine r.:it ofju.L Ctiwltir.ca at ba  2 fun.' tbe f/jl on the Li/l of Gentlemen j* nominal!J. Liuritable-Corijor^ion-Houlc in Spring Garden,   July 5, 1734. "TV/E C'uiirilablc Corioration for Relief of In- * djj:i::;ti Pjcv , t^fe are to bj.d a General Cutt't at tltir llru'e ubo-veluid, on iFebif/dat tbe tot'n lufiant, at eleven in lie h.'.-n*'), :. t.iie tie Balht ttfon the tlllsi  uktubv tlic Court  �-, 4�b�be, Mils Jootsj Tipptt, Mr*. Talbot > Grcggrilr. liipo ; Tib T.tttr. Mr>. Cbarke. ---------HUtb Variety of Ent.'.tainmt*t$* '   . 4 To begin exaclly tit half an Hour after Six o'Ckxk. ------- Boxtt 4c.   Pit it. 6d.   Gallery it. * tl�e� ro behad of Mr.M'ilfba.Perole nulcr.utt t>oor io iNThmtra On Wedntfday oesr wiU be prefcmcd, tbe frjrok'4 i.^taod, M tbe Denefir of Mr. htnry tench. The Compmy are saw rehearfi�R a new Optri, (o�*er acVd Nfatt) ctlld tomwt ot an �ieft)on, or Court and Cou�rrr� *hkh *iW be pcrKirmV with ihi u'tealt B�ptjiti.)n. ________ %A/HERE AS ii Purfeof 15 Guineas was to -.J. "  *��� be�p rimfirjnn ('ampftcad htath, on Mnniay ibe I , qo*IHf ibat. broojht iwomot.-. whth the GtatWwwi tbe* ��* �oo� rioc fatter �o Itart. thti nat ^'"B 'Uiuiiafl Hoifi*: Aot on f bm�   twina cntct'd, or v*tV to �w� on ifc Ttrou Mi�criit'pfrihn*vvr*bi�h{iu(t l�*iTic��iM betiTeninihitt^PfT. _ - To t>e Run fir at H^iiiztv------- QN Monday the 8th Inft. .1 Plate of 5L Valve, by ilukocy H rli^ 14 Hamis t>i(b. tottiiy a  . above �be Value of Twit Cumeii at om tioM, 6t infM* ruunj the Couifc, tu* brtt of three Heats , toemer  c,        i' the tiode*. \ '       �... Oa Ttud'day tbc tub fallaot. s Plate of it. will be Ron fbe bf f*iey�, ia Itandt bigb, to catry B Stone, ail uti,.-<�w alto* Waif at for lochn, iii linauuiou^d 1 twCWie, the bsltof lUrte il�4ts } to pay half a Ouuve* tiwrarxe ifcriei)a�TOtto?triB*t'tl^ot aawa%^�**,<,�BSf�----�t the �*ntt ; oo lata ih#n 4 'o "� TliaUonWif will ba Han mr, a $*�'� ��tba.Uo*i>ia)t 0.�uit .f.>ot toh%tt* b$lh "Klicut SiotiJ atrwt JjYeari ot �f,e, boco at llau/uif in L.o*,jl<4hire,  Haddcr otHiJ by Trad?, pai� Ctwplaf mw, bro*o Heir, rhr (� fad* Lolas tall  . ��d data fey Eye*, with  star on&r ilic left dan ot bia ^ettwi torg"atoM'Ai  laWtrra*^, �ad lisull timla. Juhn � PutVry laches hist) withMir >h�'c�, �b�i� 20 X  Cumpiestoeand dark br���i Hairvwiib a ronadfaw, and � ��y �rr�r SVucpbwh �Mb bis Head and ihoarders, *my alj thiee went elf ta red Wsktcaai^ �r i.'reoadi�i� of ib�; laiJHetiitiefii. j^bBTra^iaa, J'fo^rr " tnebe* and a bill will 'Wt thutt, about 16 Vc��t of Ate, IHIedjl W�l� (tuatofl, born at WJttlf ifcl.*, �Slater by Tr*le, ot a fwariby Coea-picuu*. datll, thiii fjt czeii "f ihtmlii tikri, reteiif t.heavo>'>� rl�aT�aje*�~ tic-xic over �jid atu�e whic is alto�*d by art vf r>�liune*n. He bay Porrtt._ t Jn*4 �3, 1734. RSERTED the 24th Inftant ffo^Lieute- D , B,,� C�l. P.'io. eft'. Coiepary, in CoL lto��i�. ft�ej0��i�*l Mtf.y WoiSxf, b^j. at0.ou*ftt�l, ) Kcatt^ *fe. bf T�a�� ^.n maker. b�> arouaitMte, |*ii Hair, u a Bun ^1 D**!�bk .iiUio H t^lf,.,ad�0�;aU�o�>tt.Ub�P*�  �t.^,tf�,�tmiM% bias, awl �i�� N�ti�<41� to t^/*^*ftLr l)eaot.U�e, or to M*yoai4  b�*-pla� '�**' V>!^K)u.�ie. 1U�iiL<., Quit ^��) �'
                            

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