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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 20, 1834, London, Middlesex                                y Advertifcr. Numb. .sqR^.  * -\ DAV* JutT 16, t7$4. Tcjterday arriv'd a Mail from Holland. From the Camp before Dantzicki Jtky 14. m__M 1 tr mem�\-t-: 1 ENE RA L Biron, whowardetichM 'with.,* Body of Horfe in Purtuir of the Poles that were laid to be gathering together near Th�m� is return**! hi- iKeTwtfhout having been able to hnd the Eftcmy. '''Out Letters from Mari-enwerder advife, that King Staniflaus having arrivM fate in that Town, the ____________ Pruljian Commadant prcpar'd a Lodg- 1 .   , ing Tor him in the Caiile, and gave hun a Guard for the Security of 'his 'Pctfon 1 and that the laid Prince having rcfidtd- there forrie Daysj fet om for Rieftn-bourg, butJws riot fince bjen heard >,of: *Tis faid,. however, thai he declar'd feme Kay* before his Departure* that he was dJtcrmin'd to throw1 himfelf at the Head of the Polifli/Army, which,as 'tis affjii^jjafTchibling near CuUn, and wiil.be fpecdily reinforcM by the' different Parties at prefcru fcauer'd -cfer the Kingdom. - Xing Staniflaus did not determine to quit Panizick till the very Night he difappcarMi-when-being in. formed by the Marquis de Monti, that the Count Je Munich had dedar'd to the Magiltrates he would lUtcn to no Ptopofals, unlefa tbey confentcd to give him: up, he tchofe the Hazards of an Efcape, rather than W lie at the Mercy of an Enemy. He was seven Days before he1 reach'd Maricnwerder, 'travelling only by Nightin the, Day-time he kept himfelt conceaTd: He jraiyd,ieveral of the Vftil* paAe&'d by our Troops,-and to avoid ethers where he apprehended aflriftcr Examination, was fbrcd to wtde feverat Miles together in Water op to his Waul. The Primate, is |J,V Sick *t DirJchau v the" Marquis de ]&an|j has been alia conducled to that Place, and the Counted Potocfci w31 be foon fent after him. This Lady is Widow to the Primate's late Brother, and was fomcuqie ago brought hither Prilooer from 'Warfatf. u " �  "V     "'"' I We havehow a free Iritercourfc with Dantzick, and (everal. Ru$ans, C'oiracks and Saxons'"go thiiher daffy j but the Ma-guiratcs wili not fuffer any of the Inhabitants to go out without �'Pi%�!L.jTRe' C^mtflidner*' iiani'u on.the Arc  um of 237333j Florins, -towards deling the Expence ol the War tor the preient Year.'   All AdviceHrom Poland agree, that, the I'olifli Troops are aflem-bling tram all Parts, to join the Corps commanded by. the Pa-Ujioepf KJk>w. . ' ' JZjittjbon, July 19. - As nothing has-been-brought to the .Chcd-ot tlje Empire of the .fCLRoman Months granted by the . Diettowards the Charge of the preient War, and as in all Arpe*rtncc;jiie fame willccntinuejontc, time longer,-we hear B has been KfolvM to borrow of the Towns of Harnborg.Lubee -"and Bremen, the Sum of^30�rooTFlorir�. " The Duke of Bevcren being ane of the four new created Marfhals of the Empire,' Princ^-'Maxiinilian-of'HeflTe is a Candidate tor Mader-Ueneral oV the Ordnance ipf the Empire in his room. - From the Uf per Rl>int, J wit zo. Trut French hiving taken the Crownwork of Philipfburg. by AlEiult, on the latitat Night, afterwards carried on their Works withTuch Diligence, tbat on tiie t-6th they were advane'd to the very Foot of the Cbtuiterfcarpe j which General Wuttgenaw- perceiving, as likewifc ttuutliey had made a confiderable Breach in the Body o|' rJve Place j tnat his Cannon could no longer annoy the Enemy, on Account of their Ncarnefr; and that hu G-irrifcq was exceedingly wcaken'd; he fent an Officer to (he French Camp, to.demand to capitulate^ which the Marihal d* Asfeildt im- cadjitelyoranted, and it was afterwards agreed, that theGai-rHon iWiila march out of the Town with, all the Honours of War, together with fix Pieces of Ordnance, four MorSr^piecS;" and icvcial cover'd Waggons, to be condufted to. fttenrz, to which Place thtii^,and_Wounded are tobe carried by-Water." Yeitcrday the Count de Bcllifle took Pofl'clhon oijjjeJ'lajce. Thei^ffipcror's HtrthtrS-fince attack'd a finall Detachment of Frmh'l'ioops, who had pafs'd the Rhine near Manheim, with D^g" ta carry oif a Convoy of Pfoviliaas going to the Im-pem|-Army, and having kill'd about twenty of then, made ih: rclLUatoftcrj. F'omipt Imf trial Camfi at ifit/^utlai, J.Jy 20. TBc King oTpruffia, who arriv'u here tj^f^bjjachgns to be going m �'fc�LDaysforCleves. Asweheardno firing upoa Philipf-hmg on tlTc 17th Inllant, we concluded the Governor had beeuobbg'd 10-capituhec, whicli was i'ogn after amfirm'd by Dclerters, who likewifc inform us, tliat the Garstion was lb �W, Ta^r r* Wind P W. His Majesty*! Ships, with the Onward-boasd � |*r Is* tttuaA. Came down and remain. Mary, Ker&xx, lev Oporto � Ami, DamcreOc, for Newfoundland ; Henry and P�a3a. Bradford, for Marteifia j Protperoc* Ana, Frtead. Jactac Babick. Arnr'd, furlcy, Xh^hingaian* 6aa the Straaa. L O N  DO N. * Ycfleiday r-i iVfiin ii'i Tina  inir tbe Martha! de Coigtry. General at t-V Army of eke Aloes in Italy, having dctach'd the Doke Dllimw, -ith a Body of Men, to pof fe�> himfclf of Rrgjai, where tag Inspjrialiai latfly kept their Magaadees, tne Dwke faoni the fiaac ahandoo'd: Tb added, that* Pa^ of the Fra^ Troops hri^oMn the Scoot, fell in with 36 Wjggom tadrn with Ifeal for tie Emperor'* Army, and took the titan! Pntcxcn. As Provifkan are grown fcarce to both Armies, the Frcncn idbkopan &n Prize as an lnddent of doable Adraotage to tncBL . ; We have Accsonts fnxa the Itlnae, vrksdi metrtiooi that the Gamin of Pfcjfiffinnj confiiedat fifftof 4$ t. the real Itaviag been cither kili'J or then lying, feck or woanAidintne Iimnnariw � General Win^ea^tWdwsktne Marihal D'Aifeldt the Ntgbt after the Articles at Capnabtion were �gu*d. and re-ceiv'd frooa that General the kegheft ^rxcesiums, on Account of the Coursfe anJ Gafltnay he t^w'd dating tSe Siege, and as a TcltimoBf of E�retn, rhe Martha! made the General a Present of the frattb Piece ef Cacoop in the Place. "The King aaJ Psiact Royal of Prsffia. ani hh Serene Hf^hiiffi the Prince of OraagV. acmxrpany'J Prince Eugene to SrachiaQ, wheae the ImpcsnLAttny ss at prcfcoi encainp'd, having mir'd rron ta�Ncighhearhood of the French. There are su preient tharrj-aefca German Princes in the Imperial Amy anJer Prhxe Eugene. Letters from DasKxkk advne. that the Carina bring gitatly exafperated apint tawFrecch, tar canyrcg tf* Rullian f ri-gat to France, and ttficg the Crew fb fercrdy in their Paflage, I pirtxuiwfy aa no Ikcbraaoa^of War was made between thole NariciB, fent Oidmna her Fleet jo land the French Troops at Revel asdR^ which ha* l�e� dc� acoirdingly ; arid. rcduc'dhySithnpK, and the frequent Attacks of "the 'Enem>, that fcarce 300 effective Men were left, lb that-tJencral Wutt grnaw tliought-it btttcr to capitulate than to Hand a general �Jjnornrr \vtnch the French were preparing to nuke the Ctmc Evening. Our Approaches towards the Enemy's Intrenchments wmi on with all imaginable Suctefs i but our Generals having taken a nice Qbftrvation of the Strength oRheir Lines, were ol Opinion, that we could not attack them without rifkuig the ir.urc Lofs of our whole Army, fo that it was reiolv'd in a Council of War to drop that Detign. Accordingly, we bcgnii Yelterday to withdraw our Men from the advane'd Poth, and to Day the whole Army has receiv'd roarchmg Orders. Bttlin, July 20. We have receiv'd Advice, that King Augul\usarnv'd Yeitcrday Morning at the Cor.vcnt of Oliva. near Dantzick. Some Accounts'fay, that Prince is expected again at Diciden by the 3d ot next Momh. fraakfvt, 7*/y'iz. The King ot Pruflh u very ffiortly expected 111 tnuCity. The taking of Ptnlipfourg is c  Cuuaitc^, aiul Biioti'er 01 Dragooni, roarck'd hence VcUcrday for the Imperi.il Anny, whicn, according to cur lall Advice, ha> ret.i'd to Uiucnla'll. Haixiu^, July jj    Some Accoants from Bremen import, thatKirigitiiijflijj paij'j ui.a? el.at l'lacc, the 171I1 Inlbnt. In his return to |- r.m.t lei�fiom stJi.khi.lm mt vrry bufy a: tiat Majefty ; the Senate commie t^ifir l./.liLvi ttiotj'. w.tU gr.-ac Calmnefs, bat ch� ^ubjeck of t.iem �� imp iietiaottj to toe but 1.it 1, not luiiiirin'J.   Our Let u�, t i.n the I'teucH A�nliaifi*Lr i> Cujrt,  m;J J..i, lrn| iL-n; Au^li uce> ol they arc ta'jbe dammfli tfftrecU the fail Frijax is rdeas'd.. . Thofe Lettmadd, that a Report rani there as if General Lacy woold be fcnr with 1 zoob hfen to afift the Emperor, We bear that tab Mj$4y has been p3c�*d to appoint Saturday next for wtsknin^toe Qvstfi Royal Regimcm of Hoife, cotrioaand^i by I yjrrMM -General E�aa$, 00 Hoonflow-Heath i- hoc the Renew of toe Royal Regiment of llorte de-fign'das thi� IhJjr it deferU Vetfcrrday the rarw .Terras, nrhkh u earned along the Thanes �dlc rram her jM^^aHotie aaJMctonond to Kew, was �nJhrd, and is, fir cs Lengri and Sauaoo�,-the mod pleafuir VValfc ia thrKic^daas. Letais fioua Cork aaVae, i^thcTmprcii Seamen at that Portoounoesas wannascFcr. ^ _. _~.:. Vefferday^ TSr. W^^\fa&f. Mextct^ drank to by Humphry Partbeis, E% in 173s, and Mr. AbaWn Atkm-, Blactunith, drank to by Sir Francis Ch3J so 173 s. paid their Fines into the Charober of Leaden ta be cscui'd Ixmg eligible to th* Oficc of StertS.   - Veacrday Henry Oesningaaca, E�j: Captain General and Governor in Chief ns and out hh Ms�bV* luand of Jamaica, wjs � Kenntsgtan. and cook Hi Law ol their Mjyrtiksi and an MonJay next bewSTriiex ok tar PonSnosth. in order to embark oa board one at Jus Mtjf�y*i Stup'. to tad fur the i-jd Iflaad. We bsr that Mr Seiyetnt L-rlieg is ordcr'd to attrnd his May^y again Tccborow, to know his Cuthrr Pleafiue in relation to cite Woinen aaia Cos^esna-oaa fat Coining. - Vetierday the Diredon of the Eai-lndia Company chofe Mr. Hettn^iootohe one of rhe Clerks of the Feppsr.JVare-houfe, a-P&��-�ar!h acoL per Assoa.-isthc room of Mr. f xigti�rri*feff - � ^ Lafl Thuit&y Joi.ni Brown, Eiij; Son aTCounMlorJkowr), ef Tockc'i Cai.-i, CloDaaj^Laac, was inarxicd to MiU Elibo, GracJasg&arr of Sir Joiia SaffieU, �f^rrfaouth, a young Lady d1 jgtfatt Beauty, aai a Forune of up wards of Vetferday Xfcmiag did M KsngSoa, Edward Manfell, of the loner TeatpErv Eaj: Ccmtek*^^ctfl^w.^Tfie^Sth Year nf his Age. " ___ On TharBay hsl (era H&tes Baited at the Race* on Houcfiow-Heath. Mr. iS^kct Mare Fair JUJamwul, Mr. Rifey's Horfet Wciu Smb^u Mr. Hows Hani StraMer, Mr CkseW*. WttAe jtLnitn. Mr. PatLfao's Mare bLlk.-Miiid, Mr. MjJqc'i Hortc Sf+J>*I. and Mr. Sclo>% Mare _Mdh^3ig. fc*" tie Cirnr'zai Tak-r Parse, wnidr was %wbn':h]^''' "Mr." Riley'j tflitr IssiBtgu They run three Heaks j Mr. Riley'i Horle woo i^s Lz^*al ia2 H�tj. aad Mi - Clarke's F_i, RiUsuxd gJt ris* second Heat, and urokc ter Leg running the UA Hear, Mr. Paiiior.* Gray Mare MitirMattl, and Mr. Major's ��ack liaise iftntJ. war AiAxi^'J the hril Hear. - -------  Mrs. Ftfher, a Mxiirn''Gtadesvcaiap. who dnd lady at her tl�iuie ia the Mc&aria?, hat trii tv Bethlcuctn- iloipial. and j,oo 1. matr to ctscv cSi*iM�ble Via Os Mosi^y tac Aids* Itcgmai ibtTowuai Backingbam, at rive Ct:y of Yaek. axd u Rcadn� i� Berks, on 1 urkioy at Northampt ordjriUx. on Fiiiay at Ckkf^rzi. ard 00 >ar.-id�y m Hcnu&�'a9 and at Glouceitcr. We bear eius Mr Goo^e Gordon, Mait>cflJ�iJU*ii, wb� has buely been ia Pocugii tftct-.jrirg lie Maubematickj, it cow returs'd rJu^cr. ce cco/d tic D~a Fra&ciko, and carried with him the matk cut'uxxz Cctloqx* <� Maif�rmaiical, Optical and PfuIoicphtcaJ tzOiMa?*z% iiaz txxM be sound in England, for the lrsprcv9tae&: aai r*retire a! toe ConnoiSears of Kortugal, whicn have bote �ar�-'-. uxJ aztd appnn'd of ( at Mr. Scar te(\ Optioaa u hj* il��3y,� ix�jtc they were tcu  nraa?f Opperaxors, in Prcicnca of l.r.irrr^. tzut C.sunt) i*i�**fc! tth^bj Mr; B6b�hfc^ Matter, Mr. Shepheifrd, Mr. Ttwlya�i>M^ WoUl apt. Powket, Dr. Ferrari, Mr. U��H If^Mm Hon. Mr. Arcy.       I July Blouilt, Hoh,       Bdylfi |di Knight Wrs. ScHuta, Lady WcntwtJrtM^iSSttmtfi/of Efltof*. ham, Lady Molineux, Lady, Pen. Cholthohtfelty. tady Cholmondcley, Hon. Mifc D'Arcy, Arc, ^ tord c011w v arriVd this Afternoon. -*-A few Day* ago Mr. Deard Opch*d> a Toy (hop here, for the Diwfion 61 !lhc GetntJC. 0s** leyCihbcr, Efq, Loet-Laureat, came Wit Iaft Wetfc. 4 _:________________:.:_:_ .; __M.W. t.- si it, TH R following Epigram, prefented to Her Royal Highnefs, rlngW Suh)r<\ by Mr. Frowde. h��i upon the Si htr Return to the Britifh Court: And it not having yet pear'd in print, Intake Liberty unknown lo the A1 imagine Jt may not be Unacceptable to the Publiek. To Britain's joyful Land again' rclWd, Ceafe, Princcfr, ceafc to mourn yourabfent Lora. , ��-;f^ While in embattled Fields he pants for Fame,      . ,; |; Rifes inGlory, and afleruhit Name^ (A Name that evtr ttruck itsfonwth Awe,    , u^^M To Friends diflfufiye of all Good, NASSAU!) To that fair Rival, pleas'd, rcfiga hei Part,        '   *j Nor claim thelSole Dominion o\t hlt'Heart I        v 'I, Thjnk, he laments    the SoIaCe of his Cam      ' This pleafing Thought, jnjw Jryywr Parents Tiartj, So Prtfirfint, ordain'd by Mighty Jtite To Sooth her tendcrMother's anxious Love, With her Great Cbnfort paiTes half her TirtM�i ' And, half, revililU bicft SicUia'i CUme. ' While thus, in grateful Turn, She Shift* the SceftVf The God and tVm Share the Lovely Queen. 2 - t- High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 47 Minute}^ ' after 3- in the Morning, and jr after 3 in the Aftttnooti.      ^ Yederdav Bsnk Stock 136, 13$.  India 146, 144 t hajf�1 with the Dividend.  Soum-Sta Trading Stock 70, y�� tot the Opening, Old Annuities 104, 103-1 4th, _ Ditw M�# Annuities 104, 10J 1 4th, for the Opening.  Thtnlpaf: Cent, Annuity qj 1 half, 114.  Million Btnk       l hut. African 22.   York-Buildings $r Royal Affiiraiwa 07 | I/mdgn AiTarance * a. ai 4th. ^awJUnk:Ci�w roi Prem.  South-S^a Bonds 2I. 8s. Prem.   irdhrditio |E ,� al 16s. Prem.   Three per Cent, ditto il. 10s, Prem,  ffatf*''' liili Copper lines.  Wellh ditto BookirItiut.     s _ ~" 'J-j       TheTowa i=.my f Made   . J        _______ ..._ . ...      ___ Per fin jlallti txtmfted ft�m hint tliptft to lie jaiit (jfcte tf Sheriff of tbit City and Count* of Altddifjtjt) for ever birta/Ur. Provided, tbat if any fitch Per/in jball beria)t uilli�iittmt   .? 'particular Directum gf ibti Court. . JACKSON. - "' 1 �        � " -    -    *- Charitable-Corporation-Houft^ttL Spring-   Gar^ii, July 19, 1734. fHE Charitable- Corporation fur Relief of fn* Ihufi in Spring Garden,  on M'ednefduy He l.\th Injlant, at' LUven �' Lib. t in the Fartnoon, ufon j fecial Affairt. Charitable-Corporation-Houfc in Spring-Garden, July 16.. 'T* H E  Court of Committee of the faid Cor* fnation live Sotice, That there millbe fall bf iUtlion, ai their Uouft in Sfring-Uardin, on liufday the 30/A InJtaHt, at IQ u Clsii in the Forenoon, A large Quantity of Cambiitkt, Gailich, fine Htllanth, 0 finall Quantity of troo/len Cloth, a large Quantity of A/rws ami Womeni wearing /ffparel, printed Linntnj, btuffi, Durdett, 1Ua-ter'd Tubbiei, Shagreent, black Silh, rich Danajht, green, rtJ aoJ white rich brocaded Si/i, SiU and tPSr/fti! fltifi, fit Tafot and cibreads, Lacei and Edgingi, Bed CuKjfinj, Counterfamt andQutltt, iibeeti, Tablt-Chtht and Hafkmi, Ptititer andB/aft, TtAtlwg piecet and Swordi i a large Quality of wrcufht Plat* and Snuff boxei, Cu\d and Silver iPaichei, farneltan and other Seult fa in (j-Jd, Diamond and Stone Rm^av Button*, fiecUactt and Fani, Ixte Diaenmit, Haw Sili, �?Vl //// phdgd 13 the laid ('.'.rj'jriuiM, iind forfeited for ".i.inl of We3tp?!ij'i Note, ibe CW> t) b.- ft en 'fu.-n Tbw'/Miy th* .>'".' A/7*t/<* the time of Sate, from ') in tt-e Momivj tilt 7 * Calitlviui t�be bad at the Pluieof'Sale, and tf *     ^m\\\\xK\\L^x^ofNorftAk-Strut9   

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