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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 22, 1834, London, Middlesex                                ImLttm^tk dt*mH� Ytfterdaj nrrhfd a Mail from France. Naples, July 6. [HE Fort of Pefcara baringfabrafcted to his Neapolitan Majefty, the Garrifbu ukmade Pitoners ot War. TneSiege of Gacta b carried on with great Vigour, and the Impcrialitts make an obtltnate Defence. TbeBritlih Conful, who re&dcd at rim Court, is retired to Rome, haring before remov'd all his Effects thitber ; *t� faid. Chat he rclus'd to own Don Cnteft*KJ^PfNapto. .     *      _ - -  '   Tb*-&mg oTSardmia Tswing held a at which all the Genoa] Oncers af- Grand Council of War, at which all the Genera] Ofncers at* filed! it has been refclv'd to drop the Dcfig* of attacking the GooHm in theirRetrenchments at Kovero, and to be contented .at pwftnt with fcouring the Mirandola and Concordia, to hinder the Enemy from fortifying rjtemfelvcs in thofe Places. The ^Uieihavc UumvontoB�d|;:s croJs the River Sccchia, and Vnit the Arrival of the Artdlery. to proceed to Aflioa. The Thk/iff Harcourt hit ptrfeb'd himfeli of Regie and Rabkra, and found there about zjojmperialiib, who had been wounded at the Battle of Fauna, 35 �Cwhom were Officers. The Town^of Catpi J�.Iike�ifo4dn into jour Hands, and with it fctftral Priror\er� that the lioeray k�pt there.  Paris, J*h 28.   CoUAream RegJmckof Root-Cas^, co^*^ by tie Pjight Hon. Ri*h*rd t wl of ^t-W?.rpqn?,of Cajt^ HeorjrCarey, who is to be ItttoQ im�y,     .the tcora of the laid Lieutenant kto�.-;AralicV\ Wu^iam Dobbyni, Gem. to be Knfigo to, a Cornrnny in Otkail-Rklmrd KaiaeV Regiment 0**00.-, in the room of ^)^^^^JN� ^^^^A pleased to appoint, Captain-LkutetHBt John Jephibn, to be Capmitt oi a Cqmpahy in Cwahy; tenWd tXan thdrpendant Company in Jamaica. Lkwtenwt Otbo'^amfton, to be Opum-Lie�^aa�rn} Coloorfs  aCooi ttyf tOjbt room of Lieutctunt Haniil�n.  And; Cent, yj^cccd EnCgn AuriJge intte^j two Shilings s fiaee whkh, the did Jerrmhh Bur ford has had a Sock of Hay  - one of them, who Jhall iU , drank toby Hnmphry Paribns, �fi|� !o 1751, paid their Fines into the Chamber of London, to be difcharg'd tram being eligible to the Office of Sberift. -Letters whkh arhtrM Yerlerday from Ireland contradict the Report of the Death of the Right Hon. the Earl of Granard, Father ti the Lord Forbes, late his Majefty's Minifter at the Court of Ruilui and now one of the AdmWalsef the Fleet, and mention, that ha Lordflup has been dangejoufly ill, but is at present in a fait;"W�y of recovery. Yctterday Mr. Ra.mbouilkt. GenrJeman-Uflxer to her Royal Hrghnefi the Priocefi ot Orange, was difpatch'd by her Royal Highnefj to the Prince at the Imperial Army on the Rhine. (all W�ck his Majdy was pkas'd to appoint. George Derby, Efij; a Relation to Major Derby of the Kopt-Guarbj, to be one ot toe Verdurers of Shem-pod-Forett, in the roam of Francis Motincaux. Bfqt ianwume Cwe dtceasM. OnSatuiclay raft Francis Hamdnm, of Wrexham, in the Cconty of Denbigh, Eiq; was mairkd at* Ktnfington to Mils JaneModicum, Daughter of James Middicron, ot brox-boon) m Hertfordtbiie, Efqt a young Lady of fine Accemplilh- On Saturday laft died at his Seat in HertfordQiire, Robert Iflum, JbJJji &m of JSirJulUnian Iflum, formerly Member of ParliameM ror this City, and Akkrmanot Biilingtata-Ward. On Friday laft at (he Races arHounfiow, the Purfe of 1 c Guineas for Six Years old Harks was won by Mr. Newman^ Bay Horfe Drmfb.  And *T)n Saturday Mr. Calvin's Bay Gelding $f�*t, won the Hooters. 20I. Plate at Use fame Place. _ On Hiday Night, about a Quarter of an Hour after Eight, two young Ladies were attacks by one Robmion,  Sailor, (run away from on board his Majefty's Ship the Namur) in the Queen's Walk adjoining to St. James's Patk, by Confti-tioiooHiH: He put on a Ma&, ond presentied a Piaol loaded with large Swart Shm.t�the Lidics, oVmanding their Money t one of iIkw.threw him her Purfe, and both of them at tne sum Time icreamir^ out very rtrongly, the Rogue was pur-fued and taken, latring firft thrown ^way hu Pittol and hlailt, as appears by fib ConkiSoo nude before Juflike De Veil, who thereupon, and the Ladies Information, committed him to Newgate, A Quamtityof Powder and Sw*� ibot was found uponaim. They write fima Efiat, that dw terrible lightniog which axoompanyM the Chmsof Thunder we iud on Sunday the rath Inftant, feH uponnrwindmul K Barking in that Cot�Bfy, be-keigmg to q^grdmando Shrimpo^ and uWter'd it to pkecs in iucna Manner, that it Was �>UR^dmi^y*d i the Loir which the SBTPafan fiiflains thcieby, wiU jmount to upwards of 2001. - � ' '  "       /.-r lh&B*t Tmjrtf. Laft ToeHar the Right Hon, the Lord George SafJ�0k,^toiAJuVDeame at Matter of Arts at our Univcrfity. At the fame rirnethe foUowiog Gentlemen, who .are Members of our Pafhainrai, had the Degree of Doflors in the Law coo&rm'd^mttfaem, viz. Thomas Staunton, e14; Recorder of G*dlwar } DkvttBiwion, St. George Giulfetlfl.. aa4 StrpKen Barnard, Efjjn. The Rc*7 Air. Read and Mr. Shaw tnukr^eir Degrees as Dofiorsin Divinity. Several other [^^tlco^ likniik took thcu Degrees u Doclon and Bat-clielortof Pbyikk j and masiy more that of Mailers of Am, ^^plainiaJuuwm^ made to the King, ^hatfcvcral of ^ Taranatesia tfefetantsW^Gkwotiicr and HerefonM-e, -Sl2PJrWd dm�n� ^ndthe reft thrcatned^'aad that rite 1 -'ttS^M'^the ComroifEonen thero-wen menai^witlr having their HoufcapuBMover 2??^'* thgrlitiempmdjo kr up new Tumpikw in ffiimMk#&*9 M� ^|d�C4|o idoeaProclama-T*mj&B&K'av PerSmTc^crnd.Thaw,�tid to FPnwjt^ward of^aL for every one Ui^�sjsJ|M^wBed   Wifc^Wcom he us*dia a moll bariMrou* man ncr, and beat her tafuch a Degree that Ate expirVt immediate' vourim* to execute a Writof �je$meht againft the (aid Rogers, by iim out of the Windows of his Hoalc, and thereby kUUog. two of toe SherifTs Officers, and woond^rjmx others. It hatingj beej^aUb rcprcknted to his MajeOy. that Jeremiah Brafbrd, �t Tauntoa St. James in thie County of Somcrtrt, re-ewv'd on the 14th of March laft, a Letter Cgo'd Thomas Re-fblvc4 John Rejlolved; and Geprge Resolved, Uutatning to bum his-Corn and Hay, and to knock out bis Brains, it he Vent to Maiden Brock, an Eftate he had lately taken : And Oft the 16th: of the Gud Month he receiv*d anothei Letter to ttefane Eneft; a* also one on, the 27th, thrcaining to treat hiat is the Manner abeve-socruioa'd, uakt be put twenty Giuaeas in the Phscc dcferhVd in the (aid Letter: And farther, that on Sunday the 17th of - the said Month, the (aid Jeremnh tafod was a&ukcd war hi* Duelling Houfc by a Person un-�aowa, wiwgavchiraa Viok^ISowouiu* Arras and on the Wedacfiisy SfiUowing wa&agai� atiack'd by three Perfcaj dif-guis'd, who knockd him coad, and robt/d him of feveGui-nssa sul fimilim IliiHiiii i and. was alio auaultcd 00 the 8th oj Attillaft by threeTPerlon* in VVomcns Apparel, but fuppos'd aoh^Maa, with their Faces black'd, who beat him till they thought ho was dead, then robb'd him of fifteen Guineas and ly. Ik was taken into Cuftody by the Watch, who by their tiardeflheii let him make his Escape. The Coronei V inquelt fttenher Body, and brought ifljjw Verdict, WdfuJ Mur-John Kean, EiqrCblk^ of KiDirxgp, ismadeCoUetlor of Mallow, in the room of John Lnve7E% who was lately promoted to that of Cork; John Clarice, Elq; hath got thai of JhUUsbeggai and Mr. James Arbockk succeeds the laid Mr. Oarke, asCleikof the Quit Rcnt-Omce. Laft tfturfday being-tbe Day appointed lor the Trial of the yourrg Gentlemen cMrg'd with-the Murder of the Rev. Mfr EdSvardJFo^.lateoneof tlwFcUowaof our Unrverfity, they were carried totfaeCounof Oyer and Termtner, where learned Debates arofe, upon whichihe Triaf was pot off to Yeftcrday, when the Gentleman appear'^       gr\ht�_Tfifrf wrrr-| ten^Judges on the Bench, - f-j-.- -------- whogaveaiaoft excellent and impartial Charge to the Jury i aadafter lome lime they returo'd, amibtiajgl^mtJkkycjdiQ, NotGuilty. B A N  K R U P T S. Robert Nay, of the Paron of St. George BloomflMiry, in the County of Msddlefcx, ViauaUer and Caapman. Richard Baylis, hue of Bath, in the County of Somerfet, Hofier. Hatrer, and Caapman. John HUJ, of FiflOakr, in the County of York, Chapman._ ~~Saturday Bank Stock 1)$.' India 140, at, without the Dividend. South-Sea Trading Stock 77 3 ^ihs, for the Opening. Old Annuities 103, a loe^ajhs. Dkm fvew Ansuudcs 103, a 102 3 aths, for the Opening. Taws oti Cant. Annuity 93 1 half. Million Bank 107 1 half. African tx. Ywk-BuikUsga 3. Royal Affumncr 96 1 atb, with the Dividend. London Affurance 12. New Bank Cir-cuUticn 7I. 1 os Prem. South-Sea Bonds zl, �|1. iji. Pretn. India ditto al 15s. a 3*. Prem. ThMeper Cesu. ditto il. ci. Prem. Fnglifh Copper il; 15*, Wabn dkto Boots fhut. Salt Tallies 1 half per Cent. D&oant. � t High Water at Liwdor. Bridge �hi� Day, after 4 in the Morning, and 21 ate^intheAfteranwu ~~'   A Com mon-Coqucit holden in tlift BiUa%r   Chamber of the Guildhall of the Ony ofLbMoat on Thuriday the t8th Day of JuW. of our Loni 1734, and in the gsghtkVaif �f the Reign of our Soversign Lord Genrmr�Osf Second, King of Great B�ira�,^*c. v /f is dtreeli att&trdtr** h Ms Court, thai, it. I a  CM mt Sim, m *fi>�j4*i       t&t 2^ D.�y if /|& M**t J*b> ftfim,    t^*�er ^ /*r frW Qjt t�M$~ CrVjr, t**$mm*/fmir 4*mtW PmiJi, mi^*lji-4***tr M�h mm* mvarii il* Mmmmnttt tftbtMpnfitrt jf tii 6t*ml. lirj/Ht tfthitCfa, ieWdr% t� cmtbr J8 ttCmmm CmmiL m*tttb*\J*fOiUxr, 1656, mttltfrn/UkJfttt, tpirrjUm Ptr*, /.Zuiuxmutifim ttim MOkttOt Mi Ofti nf Skrif*ftbi,Citj**t CmttHtfAtMkftotfirt+r Prvw'fJ, ttmt if **t fith Ptrfi* JMt krtmftir halt s|aali1l ' tit Oft* tfm� AUtrmau tiULu Cilfy btJhUlUAtiA *� *� afcnV tiinti U ii O- jtr &i  mm&ttiJ 3Mjf,w$kt*t m tartiadtr DtrtSm tf tlat C*ar*.       _ JACK8QH. Excife-Oilce, LondkMit "" -   July 17, 1734*  . *pHE Honourable Cmmijjimis of Ms Majtfifi *, Rrvtam of Etcifi, ^* J9 txtofi r> $*ltt mtkb-Cmt Rttm aLiitJS*tiJi-0^ie ftrmtimghit Vttitt, ttml fat with fit* h Am***, mt thirHtrnfiHtSprimy-Gmrdtm, tmlutfdajtbt ynbt*jlmnU-M ic rGhtkin ibtttnmtm, * fttmtn ,     .      _ ttfdlabbin, Qagrtint, bltuk Silk, titi< DmmmMt, mmdjiMttritbhmmJiiSilk. Silk mnl WtrfttJlHtft. md Tbrtmdt, Lmtnmmd Bdgmi, Bed Cvtmtmi, Ct_,.. **d%Hiliit SU im*-ds, Rmw Silk; &t. 411 fdttkfd h t*t I faidCi)t^aum,m�dJvftiudftryMM�fRt^mf4i*m. '_   _    | tbt titmtf- Cutakpa It bt bad at tbt PixtvafSmlt, mmd tf      --- ..      Samuel EiiwarUs of Norfilk-Stretti !, �       Broker and /tuftioneer. '^j My a new Company of Foreigners* at-- tbijgfe& Room at PantrasWtlh, lawlUjtSl'"" I Root 10 a o>uil.^r a�B armUvStU mtomttmmimtnm ia� SamasW P^ra'nff.---'T1is Waofa wsHoas*^ elude *ith an eatertamimab wniui wiU aloa^s toil saas mirmiM At Mr. StOKES'j Amtbubtatre% JnJJUngtou  Roai% WAS perform'd, on Wcdnefxfay che ijtk loU. a great TrUl of ahiU, hy nw> MtHmi, wlbeMe th� Aujirare (teat satidaOka. Tbey fe�|M at Qmrwr^sA a Wosmml modia-'miretfbf rheBrlttthn6%{�aatfOdtrf, asd(*ton*SSi �� "tW'lw Ijirthcr Ju4auM�t kih4 Italian) tenon at Tmit-! the 24th falut. iht Uii Mstter at thtfoar MhMiaa BcMfir   ib� Hank/ otjrkc mI ChaiMf. Noic, Tbey *ifl uhiBoUt and tm inm*< SitO, +k<* will iautla bun to the BaxaW iha - TiitrewillterfMiNlKdlnmsmorcaa^a^^ . �tm*p*l. Tomorrow, aad iWftay, wilWilr: wrioopf four Bans bWfxfWjfHi, ���M
                            

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