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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 17, 1834, London, Middlesex                                TejlerX*y arriv'd a Mail from Holland. - Ptterjlttrg* June 29. HE lail Letters from the Frontiers of Perlia "contmufc to allure us, that Tfor.mas Ko^li-Kan is determin'J to r,c;:k:n to no l'rcpolals tor a Peace with the Ottoman 1'ortc, unlcfs the Grand Signior will confent, by way of Preliminary, torttlorc all the Provinces^ formerly conquct'd from the Kingdom of Perlia. jCaf!ti, J*>u 29. The Garrifons rfFricara Latroae, and Aquila, as likewife the Towns of 'gria&ti Capoa, and Gaeta, hoM out ft ill againlt the new cm> The UttcriSTtciw beficgifiglh form by the Duke tie Ycucan, Son to the late Matfhal Duke~ot Berwick, and ckorM long refift. Four Pcaianta have b*en exccutedJbr fup-piVis*' the People at Gacta with Troviucns. The Govern-KOtlus-engaa'd 70 Tartancs to lcrve as Tranfports for the Tn^defiunUtogoniakc the Cor.quelt of Sicily. When ihe Tribune* of the People iheochcr Day took.their Oaths in laePrcfcnccof the King, his Majefty did them the Honour to jamuaftd tbcm to be cover'd. All manner of Comlpqndcnce � foTbiiden between the Inhabitants of this Kingdom and the EmpeicrfSubjea*. The'Imperial Garrifon in kcj�to is rctir'd toMdSna, with all their Baggage, Ammunition, &c. ___Jfh 3.   They write from Conftantinople, that Ac Ottoman Port, in order to improve the Commerce of the -Archipelago, has enjoin'd all the Cotfairs, of what Country fb-rttr, not to nuke Prize of or molelj any ChriiUan Vcffcis in t^oie-Sras. Mtttnu^, J-J; 10. Wc have the following Account of the lit: Battle war Varma.  On the 29th of June tail, as General Herd was advancing with his Army towards the Village of Creceta, he found the Enemy had begun to entrench theinielvcs iSier the Walls ol Tarnta, and had alfo taken 1'offcffion of two fa^m-Houib} wheivupon the General, at the Hc�d of five C i� of the Grenadiers, fupportcd by five or fix Batta-�335, auack'i the Enemy about 11 in the Morning with fo rart V igcur, that he pcflefs'd himlelf of one of trie t'arm-Ifotfo. aral fix Pieces of Cannon, which he ihltamly pointed K��rd> the Enemy ; but his Excellency being loon after unhappily taken off" by a Ball, and.ourTro^ not having a tarfjy Support, they were again oblig'd tojetire.   T he Fight cemino'd however till Night, with no confiderablc Advantage ca either fi -Sc.   The Prince of Wirtembcig, whocomroanded the Army after Count Mercfs Death, was twice wounded, and ladfrterd Hoifcs kitt'd under him.  The Right Wing of the Anay-be�an t'uc Charge, the left never made a angle Fire. The Troops which fuilaia'd the Aciion were rS Batwlions of Foot, ooeKegimcntof Horfe, and another of Dragoons.  We led about 6000 Mm kiU'd and wounded : The jMiemy's Lofs wutouil ' We left our wounded in the Field of Battle, the Central having judged it bell to retire towards MontcChiru-KRV and from ttcace to Kegio, to draw off the Artillery and Sarjr luggage, which being happily tftlcted on the 7th and _tta la&uu, tbe Army crois'd tire Po, aod is at prefent en-UBf'tX near Oftiglia and Governolo.   Count Koniglegg arriv'd fiere Veflcrday :rom Vienna, to fucceed General Merci as Cemaibder in Chief.   Wc loll five general Officers and feven ^(ibiads, rocil of grrat Quality.   Our wounded Officers were fcnkd to Bologna, to which Place the Duke of Modena has feet twenty Waggons laden with his valuable Furniture. Yl-aij, Jalj 1 o. Count Colmcnero arriv'd Yeilerday about _Kaon bom ti>e Imperial Camp in Lombardy, with the unfortu-atte News of the Death of Marfhal Merer, and fcveral other " coatidrrjble Officers, in an unfucccfsfutJittack they made on fee 29th pali upcsi the French Line beyond the River Parma. W. Kicra arriv'd unexpectedly in the Camp on the 261b at Kiglt: Tbe ne.-sc Day he declar'd he would give Battle : -Ah the general Officers were againlt it, and Prince Lewis of ^iRemberg in particular, who on the 29th, the Day of tire Atuck, dtui'a tim only to wait two Hours   but the Mar-Ralptf-.:tcg hifiikif at the Head of the advane'd Guard, threw fcarteSf tpon the Enemy in their Intrenchment37and recerv'd 1: uw tery �ri Fixe two Mufkct Ball;, in his Head', of which teivi.  |a jhjj pjccipitaSoai'rince Lewis had notTimeoo-Trc^ijinder his Command, and fupport thofe which *~r? ab�dy cngag'd.   Princc"Xewis adds, that M. Mfrci c;3m-iajCTrt|" r.im of his Drfpojitioiis, fo that not knowing fcuw to woctcd after the Klarfhal's Di^ath, he cngag'd no fai-,fcrr : *certain Caflincs, fclfd by the l'rcnch, and which ^ *&ftaloughr'firft to have token Time to havc~demolilh'd ^^.KB-Caonon, were the Phces Irom whence the Impcria-14*tfce moll.   The Lofs, accordingio the Prince's Ac Cto-Bt, � about 2000 Foot kill'd, and__about;        wounded, >ai cf the Ca�-alry about 600 kdl'Tand wounded.   Matlhal iwtid, the Prince of Culmbach and "0! de Vins, whivh lall .J?* * ^CItBant-Gcacral, and is very much regretted, wire t^'r' *iliew'^ ^wiorl'alfi ani Ceunt Harrach, Lieutenant-~*Par|i       Dhfbaeb, a L,ieutmant General, is wounded, _?f:^^-3SJL^^rs_aic either- k*U'4 or- wounded.   Prince .�*5 Hd a_J iorfc fhot under Isim, and is laid to have-rc-rcz^d a Ccnufisn- though he does not mention it in his Ke-[   T*?'  '^*ie 'rap�ialitt> kept their Ground ten Hours during I  ^�?t:'f� >nJ are fuicc ittlr'd to Keggro. Jy'ii'fnl* Juh 17- Great part o� Prince Eugenes-Army �suEd;r Arms the whole Nig lit of the 1 tth ^otfaiit, upon iWTtfeihat thcp,tnch defrgn'u them a \M. but not.hii.ig. ""2?*"***'*' Tfac T,t{irlit tuuti�Ltio.i ijHhc Rhine is greater ��n*as ever known, it has (ojjM'it fclf into the French wsp. bora down their WorJ>^. and earned away their Brid-F�- 1 he .\L,ih round Pliihplbuig looks hke- a Sea i the KOrcv,t-;V; u mo.c i>n lalf ur.dcr Witcr, and it mull be  Pat.' Xi'e i"r^prfl f rQOp* *y tip�n iht Delivery ol Hi* Ukl Ticket 10 tim. ten bhiilmc. Hewa�l- Cauuo* it taken lor Uopp.o� U|> the Maaa-tn� Util(c. High Water at London Bridge this Dtf, at 19 MfeMW after 12 at Noon. .     -    f        ._ _    n Yeilerday BankSeock t} 4th*, 1371 half.   I�*d� 147* for the Op ring.   Soota-oai Trading Stock St, for th� Opening.  Old Annuities to; 1 4th, tec.   Ditto New A**, nuities 105 t 4th, 105, for the Opening. Three pet Off. Annuity 95, for the Opening.  Million Bank tcf 1 haft J African as.  York'Buikfingi t j 4thi.  Royal Afloramt^ 3 aths. London AfTuraiK* 11 1 4th.   New Bardx OfOk*  < laticn 7I. i os Prrra.   Sottth-S�i Bonds at ta*. al i$a� Prem.   India ditto 3!. 3I. Prctn. "Tam per Cent, dm* il. 19s. Prctn. EnglUh Copper il. 1 ji.  Wellh ditto Bookt fhut. 1 York-I3uildings-Houlc, June a7, i7J4� . AT a Gtneral Court cf tbt 2'crk-Buildups* Ct*p**[ ttld YtflrrtUj, it nut Reiblved, Nem. Con. *� 7**/ tU Ctv&m �W Cm* Jtf!fi**ti fo Jcfir'J! *rd imfwMrJ ft Mrrrf'rWrjr tFdhtflkK [. fi*r*Jt o Click in it* Afhrmeititt 6, t� nsihft PnfcfiB " fr*m tire Cm/way's CnJtlari, *W trt*t fit Grvtmtr W Ctmrt tf JJSftomtt dt ibmfi* jm* AWmTi i'\:e th^^'ITattf�Jrt-rry U'tatt/Jaf, at tktir Hmfi i�         tirjitr-Strett, fivm \ t$~61 Glacktntkt Jfitmtm, fttrlmanti* thi faid Rtfslutitm. �  ' ~ Charitable-Corporation-Houic in Spring-Garden, July 16. rVHE Court of Committee ofjhe /aid * feratumghM Strict, that tbrrt xvitltuftUh AnBha, it thir Ihufi i* Spring-Garden, enjufjiiaj tht JO/A Infiantj wi |6? o' Ciixi i'�rfv tortmtx, A largi Q*a*!itf tf Camiritti, Garlicki, jfw HellanJt, *t fvtall Quantity cf iVteiltn Clttb, a lat%t Quantity tf Attm a�4 � iVtmtot wtaritg ApfartlK frinhit tinnkni, b tngt^ Bntittt, VHt^r-ttr'd Tabbitt, Stagrttm* blatk Silk, rich Damaftt, grttn, rtJ anJtvhitt rub SrtcaJtJ Silk, Silk and Wtrfiti Haft, fiat Tafit^ and Ibrtadt, Lacri and KJiingt, BtJ Curlaim^ (Smlcrfamt and^aiL'i, Sbttti, foi/fClotit and Napkim, PrwHrtmd8ntfi,t Tauding-finii and Swerdt I a largt QuJntity tf tUttfbt Plait and Snnfr-faxt,, �r ot Kuooibii �op*y it t. id. Frnf*,ue. Noltti thin 4 follut. - Ua^eaoctdiy the 34th, A Furie of if GnioeSs, rabe Hoi'far by aoy Horf.-, Uitt, or C.cidu.f, 14 tlat-^s. toCito f Mtmt, all tbot&ae ukx< 10 al o� Weight for lutl.vt, as ol'gsl, tu pjy  Oui&M aod % l��lf _ hjuiiou, or } at rbefult, �nd to run asafcve-meeikk/d. No Mi thin ^ to (tact, the MMCCopntnonlf kuo�n by it* tUr, is debart'd trtia �ua:Jig tUrr thti-Ptwft. - J: UnThurldjy il�2vh, A Poney PJ*i*t V^luxil. by tt-r*y� pot ei-ceedrna il HtiAt, totany 7 itoor, all uodir tot* jiliiw'd wtighf lit,.- . |r�ttt*,-so tefWfwo-4toflarr. To |ttf �*tf �ttaw^nVr'aie, iatf M beciiicrMby ra i/C&tk-on iheUayor hunama, ad � 1..,, �� u�c. On Kiid�y iIm iiSil'. ajieai liantei'* Sjdllci.d L'r ifdlc. .t4 Vkitip far the Uvm.', 10 be hu  fenlf��>t to to , cater'd at the foil, and to Hun as abufo in�t;ii , to be cotcr'dlmo Day* before ij:c pay of tuanifl^ �sa all tfe tioifb to be enre.'d ai Mr folia Wibiu.'j, at (he Wh'nm Hotfe, |>ioicg to i>*find C'Utle. and] all �f iha luut far �irHer_j>�jtJi�ft^; �� Plato or Hntr are to v oft or |jlrle bul the t�o tmtmjU. ifflj tlxa bat ~ tbe lall Mifeot-tbe Couile, It it iStecd, lot the furcUr Coafetiieflcy otltt Nobility and Oeatrj"____ i.>fc*nc i�-*�ifa~thei� <2<***he*-���  . 44 * Coach and Four tu par 4*.  Oath �a4 pair 10 pay diL # CSaife end lour to pay 2a� a Ctijilc �cd Pair l�. )ie Dis, tu prctcnrVriUj. Aoy I'eil-u may lia�e Vooih% iu It to tliei MinJf, or Ontind to btiU4 . u lactthet ot thcticld*. All rcM.imieiadclii'a tu take tare that tfcey wo,! (te'coj 10 lei! or tcul any Liquurii, or ftmt, &t. �iib"�t tbe U.ic of Cof�!e>� ot the i'r pfieiorl, (itey beiuf at talt EspcotetJ i) lo, tbry wi'.l be V'jfctuieo at 1 tliw ducfti. 1 bclV f'<�'" who thai: c/iine U� they eld Ssil Ym) with their Caits&c aiudritc ifcemback'afdralOtbe 1 K  10ihcback Laatv tbcieb/ Uciku^ tt.e B* L>. Hede�. &c nuy depend ta be Grvctclf put.ilh & fat a TteipaU. we beit>e * (' �rt�t a Otiifff 10 make mA lait Year V.I141 {, great % Picpdice to ui. all CefttkoMu are deur'd >o ijVc Notice, ibat we vill allow cure 10 come 00 Horfeb*4tt iato ttte Fuld wboe tU Races arc Run, tofreteai any Uaroafe tikU' uuyc^tnc tbcuby. All Gcntkmen, Ladies, tu. arc eeGr'd 10 tsk* Notlc, that (Go4. pertn l-.taa)        S:aioa it>c(ort(f>#W)s>^~ faAion.th*i ell Gcotleinto otsy be edmitted i* �o liu<  at 11. dd. Per W*el dU Cbf ' ct !o..<(C�.   TUie at food Ofabllnf;', �id a P;cc: wl Ct'-uaJ arili be made on the laid Coude, ijf tbe Hi;;.'Cf C'jj ' l.oileif-reilieala'.aot tbe Tfc.r. JdvitrtijlmeMi m tb'u Paper of a moderate Length art taken in at Two Shitting* WfA   

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