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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 9, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The JDaSly Adveirtifct1. TUESDAY, July $>, 1734. Y$cr&&) drrrSd a Mail from Ihliani, IfafltSy June 11. |H E Twk of Carta and Capua having I beta lately fummon'd to far render to I itnCatbolKk Majetfy's Arm*, the Governor of the latter requii'd PermiiLort 10 fend a Courier with a Letter to the Emperor, and dnasntfod a Term of 10 , Days to wait an Acfwcr ; but the other irptj *d baldly, that be meant to defend nJfofclf Go the h3.; whereupon feveral Batteries have been rais'd to attack tiitn it form. All Calabria is fi&du'd except the Cattle of Lotroin, plica a German Can Hon dill defends. Six Galleys are laird kmsc to red ace the tole Place that remain unco�juei*d in the pigvince of Otr>tw>. Rtm, 7�** ��- The ^�Pe ""^ a Prefcnt to the ftiaceof Saoo-Crcce of a nugnifcern Suit of Furniture'for tht Herie he is to ride the Day he prefms the Pad to hb Ho-Qteb in the Kane of the Emperor, as a Tribute for the King-Jam of Naples. The Duke deCefarini, who was appointed far Drat Carlos to prefect likemfe a Pad oa the fame Account, i rtrir'd to Oenzano, the Pope having dedar'd that he could act receive one from that Prince. Mr. Ratio, the Spanilh Mi-ajfer, had a private Aodiencr of ha HdineC on Saturday lafl, as acquaint him '.hat the King no Matter bad nam'd the Infant Don Lewis, his ybongeil Son, to be ArchMhop of Toledo. Don Lewis is in the-th-Yeaf of his Age. J7am�� 7*bl- The K*1?"0* has nominated five Lieu-lintnt-G�nerab to repair to the Army in Italy, but the Lift &*otyet made pcblick. ,    .. _ Mattta, JUj 5. We have Advice, that on the 29th of taft Month, a bloody Battle was fought near Parma, between Ac Lnpenal Army and that of the Allies: We have not as jrt the Partkolars 1 'rjfosly known, that a Number of Ge-ecral Officers have been kilHd cn oar Gdc, particularly Count Jinti, the Prince of Colmbacb, and Count Paui. General de la Tout was wonnded and made Prisoner by the Enemy ; Priace'Lrwe of Wirtemberg received two Wounds; ' and the Pri^ of Darhftadt artf Waldcck, General WcHcck. the Counts of Alt ban and rlarrach, and about 220 Officers, have bmr either kilfd or wounded. The Grenadiers and the Dragoons who took part in the Engagement on Foot, have rery much fuffVr'd, and 'tis ktdg'd, that about 10000 private Scidiro were cither kill'd or woonded,. We are affur'd how-rrer, that the EnemvV Lo& is Sill mere confiderable, that dry had to Ids than 15000 Men kiird, betides a great Number of Offcen, sad many of DiMirkbon. On the Morrow after the Bank*, our Troops retreated to their Camp near Irtcaso Chuojc!r, and the Enemy return d to their Lines. Frtm tbt Canp btfut DaiUzuk, 'July 7. The Capitulation cf Danukk was ratified ibis Day ; That City has found Means So forcea Count Mtmkb, and his Excellency has dropt lis Demands from four Millions of Rubles to one Million of Cams*, towards defraying the joint Lxpencc of the two Ar-Viay aadone Million more far the Uie of the RuutansUely. Two handrrd Saxons are to be allow*d tp keep Guard at the Gate of Oliva. The Primate has boot cotdailed to Elbing, where be b a Prifcner at large. tU&ir*. Jalyt. According to feme particular Advices tram the Camp before Plulipfburg, the French batter with E'     Force (w Crownwork wmch rovers (fee Body of the I (he Befieg*d defend tbrai&lvcs with equal Vigour, and Irpairevery Night the Dvaasp done to their Worksby Day. tnm the Upper Rhtv, JJ\ 9. The i: reach Traops who are oa the other Side rhc Rrrrr made a eencral Forage on the 7m, 60m Spire to Frankrathal, and (ent away all the Com they could and 10 that Army bcsoie Phdipfbargi Toe French tma no Strangers to crofs the Rhine over their Bridge^ wlueh �akts us qoitc unknowing in the State of the Siege. The Bainj have �dlen lately to (uch * Degree, that the Rhine is ties confidrrahly.   The two Armies continue to can- aoradc each other with great Vrgoar. Frm lit Camp at Wlfimthal, Ju$ 9. As foon as the Prince Royal of Profit arriv'd bete, be made a \ tfu to bb Highnrfs Prince Eugene, who immediaaely after rctum'd one to his Royal HignneG. O^'Approachcs are carrying on apace towards the Enemio TrxsKhca. We loft Yctlcrday 12 Men, 4 of which were PtuStans. Our Batteries never ecale firing �PS�die Eaemy, who laft Night made a Sally, but were drove hufcia a very Aorttimc The Governor of Pbilipftnrg has Krieagthabandtn'dtivHorawork, and the French haweerecl  ^h. City of Loodoo, Taylor. Piuwefi Royal, Clements, far Genoa i William, Baker, for Carolina ; E^le. C'dr, for wwfciuUiaiL Arriv'd, Two Sificxs, Gncdal, torn May BSu, L O N   DON. Tk* Rigbt Hon. the Earl of Waldrgrave, hii Majefty� . Ambaador at tic Court of France, is daily �pcilcd here Paris 00 his private Attn. txtrtttt if m jrrvmtt Utftrfiim ih Impniti ArMy tm ih RMxt, daitd Jul} to. A'. 5. * Wc cannonade the French Camp from two Batteries of 14 ' Fiecrs of Ordrufsce each, one of which is on the fide 01 * Waghaufel, and the other towards Grabcn. On the 7th the ' Enemy began their Fire. They have no left than &* Battc-' rics. and do us feme Damage.   Prince Eugerie fecnw itucnt * upon two Prcjefls, cite of which will be certainly carried in-' to iixcedtion in a frtort time.   If he finds it impracticable to * force the Enemy's Lines, and raife the Siege of Phiii-pihurg. ' he will crofi the Rhine, irid lay the Country of Alface under * Contribotion to the Emperor. The Martha! D'AjfcIdt, un-' ucdar Ajprchcnfion of thb, has divided hh Army into three * Parts : One Corp of joooo Men carries on the Siege t ' another of c coco Men, commanded by the Marfhil de No* * aBIcs, the Prtnce deTingry, and Count Maurice of Saxony, ' defends the Mead of the Entrenchments i whiltt a third, ' corepos'd of Cavahy to the Number of $6ooc, guards the ' Banks of the Rhine under the Command of the Duke de ' DoraMbeCfoM^lscllrfleaiftiL^ ' The French have frm all their Baggage whatfbeVcr to the ' ether fide the Rhine.   The Night before laft, jolt at the * dead time, when both Annies teem'd ilill and quiet, the ' Enemy made a Sally with 6000 Grenadiers upon the Van-' Guards of our Army, confifting of 8000 Men} but the ' Alarm being taken, before the Duke of Wirtenibcrg, who ' was a-Bed in ha Tent, could drefiand get a Horfcback, the ' French retreated back to their Lines, contenting thcmfelvrs ' with deilroying fome of our advane'd Works, and giving us ' a Volley or two of their fmall Arms.' Letters from the Camp before Dantzick mention, that his , Excellency the Marquis de Monti, the FrencfrAmbaiUdor, had tjcen conduced to Prult, a Town, three Leagues from Danruck. and that his Excellency was under the Guard of a Detachment of Grenadiers. King Auguilus was expelled at the faid Camp by the 18th Inftant, N. S. _____ They write from Germany, that Count Degtnfeldt, hit Pruflian Majcfty's late Miniiler at this Court, reading at pre-Jcnt at Frankfort, has nrade great Preparations for the Enter, tainment of the King, who was to lie there as Wedncfday lad, in his way to the Imperial Army. Laft Friday Night died at hb Hoiife i�f ttoMy-Port War Windfor, Thomas Mortifoa, Efq� who dying a Batchtlor, hath left the Bulk of bb EAate to his. Brother, George Morri-fon. Efq; an eminent Portugal Merchant of this City. Ycfterday came an Account from the Bath, thafCol. Manning. Colonel of a Company in the fecond Regiment ol Fool-Guards, conrmanded by the Right Hon. the rsitl of Scarborough, lay at the Paint of Death at that Place, being given over by hb Phyficians� but was not dead on Friday N jglu laic. The Lord Parker, eldeft Son to the Right Han. the Earl of Macdcsiicld. being dangeroufly ill of * Plcurctick Fever, at bis Father's Scat at Sherbutn-CaiUe in Oxfbrdfhire, Dr. Pellet has been fent for, and thU Vhy ttti out to vifit his Lord (hip. Yelterday feveral Phyficians fet out for the Sat of the Earl of Coventry in Worcdlcrihire, ruorder to hold a Confultation on the Counttti, who lies daagerouily ii) there VefteWby^ tne Lord Lee; tUdeft Son of the Right Hon. the Earl of Litchfield, lay dangeroufly ill of the Small Pox, at hb Father's Houfein Hanover-l(|uaTe. OnMondaylaft at the Races at Ncttingham, bis Majcfty's Plate of 100,Guineas Was ran forby tun Hbrfes, and wa� won by M r. Appleyard's CaRfrrotGelo5ng Canqueror. On Tucfday the Ladies P�rx of 50 Onmsn wa� run for by Hx Horfes, &c. and was won by Mr. Jcntfon'a Bro^vn Horfe Batchelor. On Wrfnefday tlieGalkrway Plate of jol. was tun for by four Horfes, irc-ahd tvotr by Mr. Boy'* Bay Marc, Have at you Ring-T�tl. C�i Thtiriday the-jtri. Prate was ran for by four Horfes, &c. and was vrah by Lotd Weymouth's Chclnut Hcxfc, Wbitrinnon. jArugBn^ridayJeven Horfes ftamd tor the Piste of 40 Guineas, atrd Mvegteai Diverdbn. Tbey write,.from Dover,.that a jR'Oat,.,belonging to that, Place crofBng the Sea raft Week to Calnii, was^verfet by a Gale of Wind, and fire Men wbo were in her downed^ They write fronr Bnftol, that lafl Sunday Sennight cms ef the Sejeants belohgiDg to Col. Montague's RcginWrri^ drowned hhrrfeff in ElrV Meads River; hh Hat and Coat he left on the Bank of the River. The Aeefoo of his committing this rafh Acl is not tcnowfl, being well bvhii Senies, as thought, the Day before. _. The two following Mornings the faid Regiment mafch'd for WorecBcr. * On Saturday Night ended the Qoarter-Scflions of the Peace for the City and Liberty of Wcllminttcr, when the Bench .of Juilkes retam'd Thanks to Sit lohn Gonfbn for his very Lcamed and Excdlerjt<3frarge the hrft Day of the ScflTuns, aud defird tun) to pexmit the fame to be printed. At tf� taUf ScHtossone Margam Rofl, convifled for PeJty-I^rccn/, in ttealirtg a j'air lifldlavaftoia Willutm Reddifli, was ieutend'd to be whiptroaad Cjoyest-Garden j John Cam-sneU, convicted for detiauding Robert PaUard of 300 files and a Quantity of Lirrie by Wfc Colours and Preterites, was fined 1 C committed to the Houfi: of Correction to lard Labour for ii* Weeks, and to find Surxtirs for his good Behaviour for twelve Months.- ' Vrfterday at theSefucns held at Guildhall, before the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, and the Hon. Sir Wilfiam Tliomplan, Recorder, came '00 a Trial 00 a Bill of IndiAmer.t found agaiuA Mrs. Norman, sad feveral other FinVWomen of Bil lingfgatc, for Hopping the Way under the Piajc;on leading to the Water-fide, aud hindering a free Pailsgc to die Stain, by placing their Benches. Tubs, Bafkets, &c. in the way ; but . feveral WimefTcs being cxamin'd, who prov'd that there was Room fufficicnt to pafs and repafs, and as much as u�*d 10 be for 60 Yea/a pall, alio, that k was a free Market for (o kwg a Tune, the Court thought fit to fct the Indictment aftde. The fame Afternoon, as a Labourer was working on a 5t�f fold, at the Crofi fvcyj Inn in Graccchurch-Strcct, a Suck of Chimnics, part of the Ruins of tits Iuo, fell on him, and bruU'd him in  dangerous manner. Ycllerday Mary Taylor and Francis R^rs were committed to Newgate by Sir Richard Brocas, for lobbing kimei Gannon of a Hat, Wig, and Common-Prayer B'�k. 1 hi* Day ate 10 be executed at 'I yOurn, Thomas F.vans, Peter Mac ic, Thoiiias Tavtnier, W illam Ray und Roger Bow. tin Maicity has becu plca^'d to reprieve Thoinaj Fletcher lor a Week. Efahtf, July 2. This Dar Ks Grace the D�ft� �fr Argyll reviews on'the links of Mulrbvrfk t&e two RafpseWI of* Toot ctornaRded-by Handalyde and Haastbst) 1 s�4 lit: hear his Grace will review fcvcral other Reg mcass before hf)' frtt out for Ixndcn. ._ DnN,�, y�.r 19 laft Tor&y Nrglt   bay laJ  ayr^c x6 hliaaaai after 4 in the Morning ; and 42 after a.ia theAfuraaaa. _ . -^-- � --      *.......?i�� YeQerday Bank Stock was 156 j 4chs, a-. Issfia ray 1 "half, for the Opvning. Scata-&�� T i^^&mdrtt 1 halt; for the Opening. OU AftBukks i Ditto ^ilr Aa^oaHmf l oft t^rh, for the Opening. Thnc prr L'rm. Aaanay 91, for the Opfoicg. Million Bask 10- 1 la5f Africaa xa. York Buildings*aths. Royal ASmvuKx v* s half. Ail4f*ncc 1 a 1 .^(h. New Bank Circu��cwa 7L soa fi SouthrSea Bunds i\. ii�.i 1:1. Prexn. fo4m  > Jrl.-vrr eat CtrtifLattt* v*-it*i&fiif tir tfdt i^mm?; U Friday sixt iml*fix.t, urj tuanjvt* ft* ymJ tfmt wf irj W ta Saturday tht aorfr tafta*!. Jnm tar, jw-d*- Fiti*ssm HtmattaT^M tit s/jtfrmtm f ta *y. ^^Slrr^ySF^jtm^T^'^^ taiing I* Titittl 13 b* tiUf dfi* Ct'tfmUi        &*jfe$g�4. ........ Q^rji^e;rf^r^nctott-arloufe ia Sprio^ Gardrrj,   July 5. 1714-rT9HE Cbcr'uebUCfirj&rai&B fttr Reatf tf Im~ *� dufirimt For, tig art u tali a Qmrml Cs~^t at tlair Hsujt abwtfaxd, tm fsVtV'iay fit izih at <&�mjia tbt FtrtMHH, ta fait tie BoSbt *ft* tit f.'dr^srg That thuCoiart highly ^psbwe the t-V-ij etc fcsl ^amt tha late Committee Men xrd Aan^cu. ir.J ttf-es whoie Namaa have becu now read, ar.d tie <.%�� V-rp* t�et� by Couft o( Committee, for therccovcrtr.^cf tie X-.t*c} aai Es^tbdjC to this Cotpuration. N B   Tr< !i.t.'i;t -. :i tlr-.f. *C!s*t*tm*. ' 'Mtnc-'OiKcc, June i% 1734. \]0TICK tt k.my pieti) lial, fu*ujet /a tb*   QiJrr ./ a (J.-fura. C:x-t tf {�*        -rrsr and C:�p**p Q, Jrr J a (J l.f  tit /./it/  Al-JtKtit't" �/ hhntb, aP'-JJ � F and A;f~(  � ( A" '; -' "  Dau -/ 7 - > "�'f. ' TkvjJjy;�-*�� ' , ui: ' -> ./ tUt � . "... J // �m�0. ! i X*. �'J MivrttjemcHis in ibit i>aj>tr of a moderate Lengiti are taken in at fwjJzMjSi^ fJ.i.   

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