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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 13, 1834, London, Middlesex                                the Daflv AdVcrtiMr. SATUR DAT...'July tj, 17*4* Hague* Jnl>\ 16. UR laft Advice* from the Rnioe ran ftrongly in favour t* the imperial Army there t that River, in concert with the Governor of Philipfburg, has fote'd the French �at�ndon molt of their Works. Tbe Rhine rofc 6 Ktet in a few Hours, which laid the Matilie* under Water, overflowed their Trenches, and in fhort, ruin'd gTat part of their Approaches. ' i ri confidently afiirin'J, that tney tare U fiooo Men fince the Siege, without reckoning the Drier ��. who 20 over to the Imperial Army-in luch Numbers, tat the Pruflwn Commiiiarics, who arc there on puipotc to Sj| foch as offer, �nd vt feldpm known to be very delicate J^the matter, now pick and chule their Men with great ^fk added, that the French Genera!* are refcVJ not toop-cfc Prince Engine, in cale he attempt to pais the Rhine, We by f��h a St?p of his Highnefs, tftry Hull be enabfed to 'fere themfelves �� Philipfburg, and will be afterwards at liberty to go fee'k out the Enemy at Lciiure. to t�e Battle near Parma, never was (b barbarous an iWbbtv i"he M�>riljans a&'d. Afiurancc-OffisDc, Hatton-Gardcn, f     "    J"Jf     '73+-"T*HE Dirrflon of tbe Corporation of the *" Am.it chU Sxietf /tr a fttfrssial Jffuromtt Ojjue J* Irtrtbj gM \ttuf, tlot Aitt*J*tx* *u3tt it � , f'W* tbt l6fA Day  em LoJfl>*f �?3>. & Lady-Day 1734. 1 W:':iain Allen, L L. 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AL L Pcrlofis indebted to titc lift ate of Sir K,pl> Hare, H.liu, cc<.ci�' ii .tor,        r, -r iht. oii'be I'utd hi Ox t*mt, WHEREAS thePartncrfhipbetween Powell luio r.i aid 'Aiiliain O'tlhim, Cu*� aod liabir Makm, ac t'.c Cru�i. in Yoii-lticci, Cove .t gti^tu, n by Cot-fcai citfolv'al f  hcrtupoo the laid Towcll Etch nt (l�t� fiuiu iP.ulio'a Watchoaat) O.iwg ,ai lubit Maker, u rttnor'd to rl.e Sim m. j Oarur ia Ta*t>   tk-lltti, Coitri'-li-aek htrel* cajrica oa die (kid ti�U ol � G i*o ani Habit Mi�t, aVl IjkewHe Ulli all $utit of utnxty Ooaa*a Vc'�:t tiixxli, SUiri Cloak* of all &>ru. Quilted aaJ Hoc* rsuvtoatt. Hi :.g Moo-j, K'idi."o mi M^qxrade lUUu, aAd Mortuig Govatof s-fs jut._______________ Notice it hereby given, that      , HT II E Southampton * Waggon is retnov'4 fiaru the ht.4  A'tu* li.n oo SaMHill, ivt  :kj..'* ln� ixj Tvattaf il,e i6ih |ul(4in( ai4 <"il ioa.iaa. i j come iaai-d %
                            

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