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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 15, 1834, London, Middlesex                                -&ar wr bft ttrT>>*     Mwifr-from France and Holland. rr" | Y all Repom here the Primate will be conducted from Elbing to Pctcrfburg, ind the Polifh Noblemen from hence :o Elbing, there to reiide till the Troubles" [ of the Kingdom are aiTuaged.   Befit'es 'the Sum of Money which the City of Dan tzick agreed to pay Count Munich, his Excellency infilled upon a Million of Crowns more by way of Mulct, lor letting King Stamllaus eicape t but he ass been tince pteaaiTd with to remit this laft Demand.  A rtidal Aranrtly has bra[granted the City, with Exception td feiTlPerioDS, who are Iclc to the Mercy of King Augutlas. ItJMvKtngSaniflaus made his Efcape out of Dantuck, his l|Zj}- mote the following letters, and left them with' the dcMonti, to be dcliver'das foon as. he was gone. $jsaifst, Ki*g% to the Prtixatt and Grandeetof Poland. � From, the ciual P*ngs I fcclin the Thought of leaving � wa/my dear and trufty f riends, you mav frame a. juft Idea * efthe aS&lcd State of my. Sool in, thefe,bir,�r Moments : * Nor is tbi* painful ftefolution taken but from the Prevalence * ofyour Csge Pcrfuaiioa, and an AlTiirance that ti* Sacrifice of * �y PeHfen cedd be of no Adrantagc to yno.  I fend yon this * parting Embrace, and, beginning with" the Primate, clafp * yeoau to my throbbing. Heart, conjuring you, for your own � SJoes, and bvaB tUt I holdHleair.to unite more thin ever in * advancing die IntereJl of your poor Country, whofe fole * Sappcrt refls in your beloved fclves.  Alas! The Tears which * obtit^a^e my Writing compel me to flop: 'Twere more eafy �to read the tender ExpnefEons grav'd in my Hean, could yon �bat fee it.  Let tne once again embrace you, who am yours * villi HcMt^nd Scul, and more than Words can declare. T� Kf eoed City     Dantzick. # * After having been held here a long time by the Attraction ~*aTyear unraralleird Fidelity, I am preparing to depart in * rhe'Momcnt I can no longer poffefsyou. J carry with me Jrkpoinant Anguim of-)T)�r Sufferings, and fuch a Senfe of * ny Obligation* to you, that I will-omit neither Time or �tfboe to. acknowledge the one, and convince you how far I �an affitfit3rwth the other. I wifhi you all. the Happinefs *jondV3e�\ which would hi ionic Mcafure allua^e my Cca- * cem m being torn fronVyourj\rms.   1 am at all Times, and. * iacrcry Place, tw affeftionate;King, f " ' STANISLAS.* wlulft ite Conditions of the City's Capitulation were ad-a&et, great Difficulties arofc with relation to the Marquis dc M�o, the French Ambaftador, who cloi.n'd the Privileges of as Character, and" the fubfetjucnt Letters wac written by him to Cpaot Munich oa that Suojpft. - stk. fbe nfagrSrates of Damzick have communtested^ your vEicdkncy's Letter, requiring my being deiim'd up to you. * lamcanccrn'd to find what fevcral Perfons had before ia-' luxated, that you dtfign'd to make me Prifoner; but I re- * nnMtir Spreaders of fitch a Report as People little zeahwa for roar Reputation, and diibrlicv'd it as the Tales of your tks7 efperially as I rcmcmber'd the motual Compli- __which hsd pab'd between ns; nor-could I have thought ' duty our Excellency who is the Miniller and General Oi fo * sughty an Empire, and to greet a P.rincefs, could be ignorant * of tte Regard due to the high Chancier which I have the rkeourtobear, a Chancier refpeded in all Ages, and in * cVnwft trcpolite Nations.  I fhalJ not enter into a detail of * the Privileges of an Ambauador, your Excellency muft not *: befcppoid unknowing them, fince all Ranks of People are *atoaikurduith them: The Magiiirates of Damzick arc * fcny ia% but I (hall riot Tidier that a Gun the more be fir'd * oatny Account, and that they who have bora the Misfortune * of a �ce Months Siege, (hould have it protracted one \ro-nwl  * fere the Throne of yourMiilrcfs; sfld + ani conrident, that * ibe kaows well, too well, the Prerogatives of a Minifter of * ayCfcarafier, cot to change inl'aruly my Condition, but * �x yaar Inllructions, for 'tis impuiliblc that vou can liave feoaVdanytofuchEffra.- 1 own a ceiuin Event, to which i* 2^       * ^w �* m? Servants were privy,  ought t� -\your Excellency, but as both the Pok� and the | P antzkk aWmnoc^nt, your Rigmir towards them 't *�Un�be juft.  I pray your Ani'wer, that 1 may.come to * j^^fctctlleccy as toon as the Capitulation is fiRn'd. Tiai    ^^"P* y�ur Excellency- ha* not reflecied on the , ^nowag Gnfiderations, which are; pertinent to my Cafe. � Jin ^#33*?* u no War declar'd between France and Uuffu. ^^^^-j^Cettomiscven, when fuch Declaration is made, to * fema, Vtfyont i0 tnc Minillers nrfidine at fuch Courts i but Kag, nor ka�e t unce laid down or recfiw'd new Credentials. * "i"he pairing me under any Rcflraint will violate tiie H "Right of Natiom. whofe Ambafladori are ever held licrcJ. * 4?�y. I hare na acled out of Clurafter, having never bora Anns agaisii Rufiis, or her Allies, but funply purfu'd my * IclTiaass.   ttbly. When I left NVarfa�v, the z*i of Scp- * *^>a I left the Arms cf my Matter over my Palace m        *"d as my Retreat fiom thtnee was forefern, the Em- {?or"* Amhafiador, as ljkcwifc the Counts de Lewolde, * Z^0* Wewpoteptiaties from Rufiu. dcfir'd Mr. Wood-� fiSuJ^ ^,*"^n Lnvoy, and..Mr. Kinncr, the Imperial * tf?^"11' 10 m^Me me> t  Character, and * be^rclil' m3nntr wherein we h-.'d, tl.ai 1.0 \ 10I-nee fhould a aLZu4 ^ ^c,v-c:s cr Furniture ; aid thefc Gendemeii, . *�th J.!.. Rumpf, i(.c Dutch Miniver, told me, ^ ^lf any lojerirj were ctT.id tocithrr, 1 Lad only to ap ,P**ntW. for that in luch cafe, all MiaulT eight to ,��? fcy �ue another ; whircfcit. if to OdiMc a R.^ard , ^r�a for Ky c.,vn p affects to cllaie \>. my Qj.lity � Aniuaiiador. IlUr\w.lt �.!!:� .1', 111 u  ..i w.'ut .j. v..; ihjv nut 1 i!.'..-lkil J: n..pa-  * sin- * I am much furprir.'d yoat Excellency has not iruW'd ' my Letter i but 'tis tite ume thing r i hare fren that which  you wrote to the Magilfrare oo my account, and will ft�nd ' to wbsi I fald in my former, tl-at not a Gun (ball be fVd  agVinR the City tor my Sake.  One of the Articles of^^our  Letter to the Magistrate, it rightly tranflatcd, runs thus,  T*�t ft* Marjtit Jt Mnti, fsncrh Amh.tfmJtr $/ FranU, -I ItKgJIiff �V" the Ctiy, fall he e/f/kvr'JTemtrrvUt Eit�t'ig U  the Raffiai? Army, iozcthr *vitb*!l hit thmtfiitUt mud rVnVt,  wkrrfiy the JaM Maii'rmte tti/I jtvsij tt* Dlj}l afals Number of Men. "Oflrhe 14th at Night they reriew*d the Attack and carry'd the Work, but the Uefieged nude a brave Defence, and !o!t ibe Grosipi inch by Inch. We look upon the Place ai 1�L Greal Quaptitieioi l'ianli, F.if^inei>,-&?. aic^wwgtH-caiiy to thejimperial Camp, We expect to tee tUm foon moving towards the Enemy's Entrenchmcnu. Pat it, July zi. On Saturdajr iaft~* Courier arriv'd f:om Philipfburg. with Advice, that in the Night between tfitr^th and 1  had been kill'd, another too ul:cn Prucuers, and the red tav'd themfelves by fwimokuig. We had L^t 30 Men kiii'd ar.tl uounded in tiie Action? The tail Letters from Parma import, that the Army of the Allies was rrturn'd from purtuiog inc Enemy, and [ha: it was thought the total I .ok of the Irr.p-'rublis, from the t.rnethcy � crufi'd the Po to their rrpatfing i', reckoning Use uwin, riie 1'iil .r.ers and the Dcferiers, cawiioi Ue leis than 1 50OJ Men. Deal, "July 13, Wind S. W. Hu Majclly's Skip* remain ; with Due, Eafcn, for Cadiz; Fiaricn and Anne, Darby, tor Th� Report of Prince EogeM't havief throw*  wk� of Men into PhiliptBurg fosse Day* before it* Sorreader. ill, ccntirm'd. It was faid to Jbe done by means of a MadttM^ which came down tne Rhine, MfanUing a bisdfr^of Bn% k and which concord the CortiuOwt m fodi a maftwer, thattlf F rrnch fcfrer'd it to float hear the Walls of Phibpfbarg oat Sulpiooo, the Rhine having cam'd a terribk intuad�ifl� round moA Parts of tfctt Place, fo that tlwQarrifba bad M .Opportunity to receive tte Succour by the bdja of Ropt Laa-dert, �tc.   . ' . Her Royal Highncfs thePruxctt of Orary P��bea�bmt)a>l by way of Precaution t and beiaf %ktlf issaitpos'd, dal MT appear Yefterday in the Drawing-Room,~~------- lib Hi*knc& the Prince pmtYd thro* the Oty of CoV� OB Friday S^ant^ht ia his way to the Imperial Army, aai wa* fahrted there with a triple DikS^rgc of the Caaaon � U htt had been likewife at WcarJ, where the Garrimn mm drawKoat and pcrtbnn'd a hae Exerctte before arm fit Yefterday at Two c'Clock iatbc Arnrnooa. ma F^rceltete* Mr. WalpokV his 1�ajdly'� AmbafBdot Eatrawdaaarf and Plenipotentiary to ther f*�gh Mtge^sejes the States^Grtera^s fet out from ha Home at Whn^balt forGrivefaki, to enabatki on board one of his Majeity** Yachts lot Iktfaud. His Majelly hai bee* pkmU to order, that the f^ttlntoMafet wltkJi fHndsprorogud to Tomorrow the i6tH Intlata* A�aUte further prorogu*d toTuefday the llwtwrah Day of Aagqftt next: And that the Convocations of tie Prcvioco 0/ Caatt*> ' bury and York, which Sand psotOea'd to irriday tbai^di Inllant, be further prcrogu'd to Friday the t6tb of Aaftttt nest. * The Right Hon. the I ordi Comm'.luonen of theTreaferf have l c I'^n- the 16th they mid.c.A,Brcaca in the faliant Angle ^' i. Ha on, as likewiie in the Cuitajn, and havjig, in hoc, ,.  i.jigment tb-re. Count Wutrguiaw dciu'd 10capitals , w;..^h lias been uuee grauad acro:dui-ly. Ojpening. Okt Anastrirt 106 1 hal?, a 3 3th*. DitJO New Annuities so6 3 4th*, Cm the Opting T*nt p Annuity"9^ 1 half, for the Opening. Million) Bank toy t half. Atricm 22. York-Btiilaing* 1 3 41*11 Royal A�n> ranee 97. London Afjuranor 1 a 3 (Una. Hew Bank drew Iaticn7i. 10s Prcm. Soutb-Sea Bonds 3L Preaa. tadia ditto 3I. ics. Prem. Tfcm per Cent, ditto 3L.4S. Pitn, fiafli& Copt*-*? 11   * trtf m TiulJaiibe J3 .fote.ti time IVi�*al|>� yJt(hfM1t. And tniliam Kibj and Patr'ul Canalir, fai:hfcl Irifhmro, Wh>      t fiMf^c (ctzisi ramutw UtiUf h uur Trasc'^ wtcbgreat Suk. 1., (i >abt ex tur     ft oar a�:�|Auiti  was oi fUfcpuaa, aad ~ Thrie *& be tl< oloat Vtrttita of Ca^gel-pttfi-g   -Au�iWin�-^<5  uat _h�l�.n�4aa#      - Vr. SirVciTE'^ V>*ttU^iA lam bull, G* t**r*r rVmll *�4 Dig ditQ'4 op wiib Fitcwofts il-tc ca UTmMas* and Thursday . a y.aih wit: be iougLt at rtscluon^t OsKwtHsHsiMl for  Si!�i Collar; alfj x tnHlatd its: �o�f�*4wat a Kit S*ord. Tlx Com?*ar � >^ii. 'd to bt tiseff. t>| nssl'^oj jhtf Aa�tn> ojftba Sport. _____  �    1 1 |ytf.a�4t�'s G< Bc�m fi?�r 8�j'. Soar w~oiie*, wsd rLrrrlaaraikW Bui: �mI (KM-Dug,. a^} , w� , cv*ltt\itw. Bi�Jh, l> . twk *aw. ttt Muccr. We, Here miS le �m3 *U Btev-*s*i*� tmetj Htmdjj, TmfUa Likcvi�  out B�3 xo be  *ki �II  pu ai TVic*. tad BCf� �i fiw ptacaUf. This is tortve Netue, that rT II E Derby \Vaggpn icts out from the Uhi c-ifantao to Ocrbf csccr ^w^*! a�4 usee* 10 lUtftutaiuaw K>iaKi*�i Uw. V*�*>, oa if.mmt � tad to** out esry V.v4iy H�o�g ai ta~ t'C<4i. ta foi "o: tuns i trby eierj afewsaf Moiubwfaf,h, WlgB i.u..b. uA all r^cna^xaea*.       ' Itxj �iJ uti he *uoooia*;V tot �~.y U-mtf, Wz-eh^. Ri"#�     Wnifc f�. T "k**"1* *� t� ��*.  ut tntt be I'Unof :tm>, aai tte Umif*^i   ' a^.i: 1 u 0�-' pcrSU'-> CJT Tiiosaas Wlh.ir P-St*l K t. airbif. "*t. : .3*t-l Jt, c~�*       ^lr-3^sj CoicmiT. W.i�  , Un.ej, ftjsstl T  *   

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