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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 11, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advcrtifcf. Numb. ro7& THURSDAY. juLt it, 1734. frcm iSe Camp before PhilijftHtrg, Juh o. N the 1 ft Infant the P.inces de Ttngry and de Do'.nbcs, Brigadier I-cjuuve, Src. mourned the Tr-nchcs ; t.i.- hap was caiTy'd forward thr lame -N;gM ten Toi'.rs along tlic Right Hrsi'vii of th? Hoinwotk, and a Barmy errtled of hve Pieces of Cannon upon la-ILwi Arglc of the Right Biiiioti of that Wcrk. in order to m.;kc a firnch >� the down wot k. I fe Puke de Dv.rzi iaJtBeCocSt Belliitc marehM out of the Lire a; tlx fHBeiiOr.'to defend the Pafies of the Rhm-, m-ca'r r'.e Im-Bfrial Arm* nude any .Attempts to crofe it.    The luwt Day ^eOnat cTKu, andXieatenant-Gen'cral dcGunchy. rehev'd lie Titcdw?, chs Sap was then adyane'd quite thro* the ,1a-Ia� Aofje'of the Right of the tiornwork. till wstUn fif-a^n Tcsics of the Place of Arms, which'cover* tne Gate* cf the C'rownwmk ; Difpcfjticns tvere kkewile made for njfing fire Batteries of foor Guns each, in order to bat-trr both the Faces of the Ballicn of the Crcwnwork. Oo the 3d, thefe Works were much advant'd, the Sap was attnied one way alcng the Rampart of .the Lett Branch of the Ha-nwk. and on the ether \o *c very-J'hce of Arms which cwen the Gatrs of the Horuwork as before-mcn:i6r,"d. The )&u*}u;sde Ureas. the Count de Cafncn and Erigadier Varrn Be tcck their Turns the fame Night in the Tisnchcs. On i!*'.ith. the Duke cf Chauino, the Courj; de Laval and Bri-r;drcr Manvi'lc, fupply'd their Places ; the Battel :es were per--Jcted, the Guns mounted, and notwithilatKiing the watmcit Fire from the Enemy we have yet teen, but 5 Men were kdl'd. On the 5th, the Saps wete carricdjo the very Feds ot the Crcnnv.o:k, and we made ourfelvcs Mafiers at tr.e tame time of ihr Sluice by which the Enemy had before tbe Command ol the Water to raife it to what pitch they pleas'd. On the 6th and �;a, thtC3nr.cn end Mcrcars plaj'd vigorcufly frcm our Batteries ijvathe Hornwork, and with fuch Succeis, that they have fevcb'dall the Defer.ccj of the Crown-work, and made acon-idenbte Breach in the two Faces of its Bullion. Ytiierday we begin toenrft Bridges eppcute the (aid Breach, in order to pais 6c F06, acd the tame are in a vet)- great ferwardnefs -, fo that rk Sucvcu of a geiicial AfLiult may be expttftd in a few D�y� Path, y*!f 17 Our lafl Letters from Italy were difpatch'd | l|; hkSaidioian Maieitv, ar*d adviir, that the Marshal de fcoglb raaich'd ct� the 71b Icrtant, with the~Cavalry and Grriurfiers of his Army, 10 take PoiUfiiun of the Bridge cf Sxxfeettu i but the Enemy lad been beforehand with iiim, xd havtr.g nude ule of it to icpao the Po, they aftciwaids cWJ it to be tk-rnaWh'J. Dtsl, J*!? 9 Vfrmd N E. ~The Men of War frill rrnain. This Fuientou caice dtnvn aid failed thro, Mary, Hoar, for Fiiadtlnhia. L  O  N   DON. TeSerday wzt Iwld a Gcusral Ccart of the Proprietors of rkChairraKe-CcrporJtion, aixocir Houte in Spr.ng-Gaidcits, for cdurg a Ediut upon the Quciiion prepco'd at the bit Ccsrr, vrz. ** That iHis Court highly approve the filing the Bill againfl M titt lue Commiurc-Mcn and Alhtbnts, anJ others tvhofc ** Maiurs haw been now read, and of the other Steps taken ** by b� Lo^iit of Committee^ for the recovering ol the Money *' aaJ Efcjcb due to this C corporation. " Atl las time being over, the Number* were. For the (^usilioa-- �394 Agiinft it__       - � 77 L*3 Mccday the Right Hon. the Fail of Rochford arriv'd leje from Ho'land, and Vdlerday he waited ou their :\bjrlixs a Kettogton.  V�aciiy the Right Hon. the Earl of Hay, "rveeper of the Crrit b�d of Scotland, and cdc of the Sixteen Fecrs to is prrt^t.uat Kingdom in ti.e enliiing Parlbment, arn�*d at his koaicin Great Ma.lborough-Street, from F^linbargh. Vrfteiday Acthoay Kemp, F-tq; a Gentleman of a large Efliie b tari County of Suilex, was married to Mils Stoorton, . N"*c� u> the Right Hon. the Lord Stcurtun; and uk.is Day the mw-ciaiiiai Carple lets out from Mr llatcuuit's Houic in. A'xtirfcfryanJar tbeir Seat in the Country. ^ On Alaajjy Jj* t^ l,jv Hamilton, Wife to the Right Ilea, the Lord VViiiiain Haiuilton, cuttariicd, ai�l bca dan , ^ William continaes 1UH to give bu: linali Hopes of Lis Y*- Haytor., Colcncl of a RegimTOt of Herie in Ireland^ p L^nitenani-Govtroor of DuUin-Callle. is *rfivU here ncouhe fail Kiagdom, in order ( , Mr�. Su%ii!, \V,ic of the Rev Mi. Savul. of VVihf-T*' ^ Wtr.er to Sir George Saw;!!. Biit She wa* u. ti.e *Si&iieu a her A^, and bt^uoathj t.ouns. Lc. 6f C.iry *-�h. to as mM-y    ^ vVomin of the lime nti�hbouru  c}' 'be late Maior Haiiburv,  who was /ported ia ksmc of the Papers 10 fca�<*d*ed i-u.'/'at hu Uou!c 77  .!cniay U'i .a a wti* ,n Mciiu^jtiuLi/c. L�C Ucrk died i�M cl fcLkrOiidc- Blakr 1 " ol JI .tail a and Company, of Linnento tht Value of 401, and upward*; Mary Haycock. Elizabeth Tracty and Anne Knight, for Coining N:nc were call for Tranfpomtivn, and thirteen acquitted Anne Hiycock, Daughter of Mary Haycock, was try'd with her Mother, and acquitted. The tcrhnvitig Days armppoitned for holding tjie Summer Ailizcs in North Wales : R:d:irJ Cartrr anJ Htr.ry PrsSlor, F.jjn. G'*r::~gttrjbirt, Saturday, Auguit ^4, at the Town of ffrKSK^'if, Friday, Augull 30, at the Town of Brecon. Radfj-i^ift, Thuxiday, September 5, at the Town of Prcileigne. On Monday laft five Horfcs parted at Bcl'fiM for the 5 1. Plate, which was won by Mr. Bradford's Chcihut Mars, there lieing extraordinary Sport. '     P E N S Y L V A N I A. Pbilujelphiit, Mm 9. We daily receive melanchollr Accounts from the Country in general round about us, of the mi-ferablo Havock the late Froit has made, which was abc; three Weeks ago, not only with the Fruit-Trecs, but alio the Grain, the forwarded of the Wheat being much damag'd, as alio the Rye and Barley, and the Flax is intirely ruin'd, lb that many have been tbre'd to re-fow their Flax again. N   E   W - Y.... O   R  K. AVic-?c/i. May 1 j.   On Friday and Saturday Morning la!l there wa< Ice in the Neighbourhood as thick as a Dollar ; the Country People fay it has deltroy'd all their Fririt, abundance of Rye and Flax, and done great Damage to the Wheat. lily at Reading in Bcrkfhire,  Mrs. Relict ol the l�u- Mr. Aldcim-ili Uce, wfco a^-. ihiC-- Mi-.o; of ifcat Cojj .kao5 ui.u Lc:J their Lcxi^c at  etc Prince of ro0 "r-ai    Gi(fUiai ttrcct. uill gu oa board the Cluii *kos Barge at tt'h.ttuall. atd l.-cai Iucuck p.-otctd up the wercoKLara, at:c fi OXZeJkvu* UT4-JI. '�.'�lei ay H'.i ci.-^an ei.ee p:oictJ cp WUdl IWCIltV- High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 38 Minutes after 5 in the Morning ; and 2 after 6 in the Afternoon. Ycfterday B oik Stock was 13 S. India 14S, for the Op n-ing. Souto-Sea Trading Stock 81 1 half, a 82, for the Opening. Old Annuities 106 3 4ths. Ditto New Annuities 107, for the Opening. Tnrre per Cent. Annuity 9$, for the Opening. Million Bank 107 1 half. African az. York-BuilJings 2 3 4tbs. Royal AiTunnce 97. London Aflu-rance 12 1 4th. New Bank Circulation 7I. 10s. Prem. Soath-Sea Bonds iL 1 is. a 15s._P/rem. India ditto 3I. 3s. a 5s. Prem. Tnreeprr Cent, ditto il. 16s. Prem. Lnglih Copper il. 15s.   Welfh ditto Books fltut. ___ At tj)ftJim*Bru!$e~Gate C�ffeebouJcy next tht Git?) being ptedfakily filUAted% and basagaodPrff' pell cf tbe Rivery      , :........_______ PUNCH is m.u,c of the beft old Arwck, Jamaica Rom and trmh Bt.nJjr, to th# freatdl WifircrioA, at Hie foiirtu inn t'ricei,   aQoatKra f�t  m*i Kowler, �ged jj Ycac�,Jjarpji ('lioee KuDJlou^h in Bntkinj. himthre, 61 F'.xw and w InctT hiali, l.ghi-br wn uair whicl.' iuil� a lni-'c, t Hrijjih Face ; had on wffc"hc w�k i�*r, ni p�m tlai u nti a u b is Metil Bu-.tou. his Kcgjo>|fJa! Cuai anj Waillcon tr'tnrn'J un "hufi tilci wuh whiteMccal Hutmni aai �biie llot too frolet, and hrj �iih a lkirf-co|i>ur ; a CTTih Buffcoloui'd Wailtcuat tn'aj:n*d "iriTh "ihc fim; ,  red Cljth Pan of iltcctfcc*: By Tt*tfi *  aylor. Il he wiif re:uro io hit Olfiter at lurtoq opon Trent, io tl^ Sp,ce of �5t>jyi'frcm tfj� Oare^fcer^; jbtrthafl^rpartfruTtl and-kinily r?-cciv'a . or whoever iccurca him in any Coal, anJ (ivc> Nouco to i tic OtEccr ol mc lud RriatDetf, Canunacaii:g >( hunonupu fTrco., s�l. 4^.C>itJa!�iMciei,iiia2j^ <�*er aud aba�c *Jiat_ � iilju'd by Ait ol i'arliamcat tor appiehi-'idrnt; Dtfeiieti* LOST the 28th" of June laft; from the lluufcof Mr He-iry Mitkl�t)ur|. fuker, Ofcr "agaioB die Ki-jfi" Amtin Near Bjod-U'cci, a l.igc �tuts Dei a Uot, wiih cnpi tji . o.il.efi-lii Side of bu Ne�lr,"arlfueri to the Naroc ol  Cuddle.    Waoetcr [*ta�t hiin lu the aturclaid llmry Mcikltbu th, (hall hare tire Shi|,,t dir"-No frt^icj Kc*�(d �ih tc off r d, WHKREAS Mr. Towlc, Mufitiin, was rosbd bv 1*11 F 01 atMOt r�u o'Ctoci an rriiy M^ruiog he )'h I !ta:�i, oc,r i.jlUi=d AaM, ut *4*'J* Olive coluui'd C~n a-^J Wii'lcjjt'. a ^e'low Vi �uJC * I'arn, fiVe Mulick cue -A tht Be^car'� Ot�ra, ihc 'HUci m1'^ ia.|i*rt�, au Alh-cl.iuf llr'p'j llai--dke:�hic', aaJ lc�cr�i olb^t Tlliuj}!. Wll .ever bruign ihccn ia Mr. *ini ii'� i:- Uucici* c*t pi t^o birand. Ijuill !.��� � Guici Kcv.rJ. ai.d (v.QucltAJDt  k'J, ur ha.l * Gdiiwa lur the Vi,-Uii"airy/ n uttei'J to pajra or 1'eSl, pr�rlfl� ibctn , or it alicaj. pan .."J or f..ul. �uar U.we�  i|ii� with �r�t-�t''g C'lfrtr'._ I   OST the 27th or 28th ol June Uli, be- I  j i�.�3 Hinj^lei!- I-� |oii..Ol^uiMl:'t,a lai�.e �.c>, wh.e�cr !ca�et ii �t;ii Mi. L&�, t'c:ukc luaLcr, n Hell  <.�f'ii * / r\'c )r'~c', wc! ilitp. a d capable uf �cty gicat "        This is to give Notice* that   ... T* H E Derby Waggon fcts out from" the Whi c Hart-loo m Vttby ?t\tf Toefdaf Mi^n>lnf. t�i (OCMts ro fheWhue-Horfc tiniuFriday (lreci| Lo>4tw,��>�Saturday toHo.*io|l { and pv  i ui from 1 etby e�cry Monday Mormtajt-Mwr^'tMo^i-Cawaer -C.�->d� and r#H'.>'((�r� to Lcicctlcr, LcucUboroyHh, Maik�t-Uatbo� lou.b, and all fixes �(�/tceiit. , ltiey will not be atioumabte for any MoMy, rlatti Ji*t)�a' Withe', Itiofc* or Writings, pacli'd in tfait*, fared*, &C. if toft, or Ol ait or Citina if broke, >ml�(� rntcr'd' at luili, that proper Cat* mar be ukeo  { them, aa.l the tarn: paid for auordtngly. Wrforta 4 (if Cod permit) by � Thomas end HlNftT PartMdc*. � N. tt. At the fiitl white-tiorli-liin, Coodt ate takeo mtor Uittniryt Covcmiy, w� wUd, biriuiugliaan), Dudley, woutbttdjrA aod all P �e� �d|iteut,  ____________ Pttrfliavt to an AH of Parliamsniy ami a Deerei of the High Court of Chancery, art fttmftorilj tt fitdt thii Day, iltt \\th frfianr, �/ 4 * C'tkk in the Jftenmm, te^ett'er or in Paitth, btfort Pmneh Eldt, Efti owiftSt Majleri of tht faid Conrt, at tit Chambert im bymmTt-Iwi, Cbanctry-Lute, Ltndgn, ,'  ' TTHE ManQrs of Hltchentoa_ahd Hudnat* and the Karmt, land , and Woo.Man.li ihtrctn Uloofling, il� the Countifi of llucki, Heufjrd       Htrtrurd, nh.un a? Mik� IrtUB Lundun, of the yearly V�Uo of be wcon fri kiid IV>eo I'Undted pi>Uod*� beinp part of the hflaie of the Hon. air wtlnain SiaiUiupe, Kui�ht ol -thr4 ot a l;a�4n �>d Landtthercuatab�� Innjj.og of the �ciiiiy Kcm e-'f p^l. a� tilewil* the immediate Pof* I IImu in Vec sitn[)io ol a f tcehmd Mctlui^e in Omlioitd kl WrtT� U� thcyeirlf Heot ot irfl. Neu K/he KU'oot J fw Oild. dteaaa^i- Paitieulari whcieuf may be had at mc Uid MaiteiJ�<^U�tobt|ai .� e.j!  V.CIf ( -ict^ Lij Ma.U2 Mclil:. CJ- WHt\RE AS his Majcfty has been gracioufly ( j l  graut In. 1 c<[ci�-y�'Cii'� 1.1 new iuvcoted Engine* t 1 r* fi i a  , <:.j�i-^ii�, Ate. �ud fui lopptylug Citici, a'U Tu� � 10 1uu411 ^ic.icf <,iaiataic�. 2"d upon cificr Terau, Ihan by tin t.tc. n.iw Uit A rcllji. cilip i ti.i:i Uu i�, e>u at xwiih futh Ptrfuiu at (hall w*nt L.ix.tci |ar -be uuai. g, ib^ ur ec.d^.JS ilic f.id fcngiuea. Jl La}ton-Slone, very natr Epping-Forefl, fa a Lane ia'.i'd lhinJler^Laney      T~ AHqliIc pic.ii'antly fitu.ita.1, with -Garden* Uithat ! �-J fUUL&en <�it?c^, well With FOUpf Itttraa y ' ritf�. a v ill o.ij we.l iiotk'j, c't bumo by Capt. Worth) ac ibe *tra�li'(4Uar atklwa' Jtfk'i cdTcchuufe, agaiolt tathaoje alley in Biubiu Ijuc, wbant cj..(laot Ati.cndar.tc i* givea. N To be Sold very Cheap, for ready Money, THE whole Stock of Goods of Mrs. Mitf ttcauloy and Co-llon�n-dripcr\ m H i*'�UIimi, tobf. Coo* (illioM^t Hdlaudi, MoOio. *i:d C�inbr�lrt, ormctd LluAcoa aoJCoa-torn, plain and llrip'd Uuinrci, */'li laod'j ot�C< Kin� ol drapery Uovdi. Mv
                            

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