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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 25, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The DailyTAdvtrcifef1. ftumfc. tolls THURSDAY, jvtr ij, �734- Milan, July 16. |HE Army ol the Allies and that of the Emperor are at prefem (o near one anothrr, that it is not bcliev'd they can qui; their Potts without coming to a new Engagement. The French Troops are encamp'd along the Sccchia, from San Bcneditto to Guatlalla ; the Ira-pet ia lifts have their Camp at Bbr.da-nclfc), on this fide the Pp. The latter oonM principally in Cavalry : The Stas they have taken in returning towards the Sccchia, after j�rrarepaisd the Po, is look'd upon as an Indication of their DeSro to rifle a iecond Aflion. fount Konigfegg, a General tf great Reputation, has taken upon Mm the Command of the laoeiiil Aimy ; bat whatever his Intentions may be, we fancy ertCuattthe'Ferrafcze^ The* _    _   ir Troops arc fnrcad all over that SrtTpo^V^erritory: 7�r^,V ^..'^^ If Mokna has farad means 40 julUfy buMclf at the Cotirt o� France, and that hisWQft CWfen tywto-fts  i>l�>g> rep^r>l for him.   His Majefty ! Itjiwl tinifclf for about an Hour, and then repair'd to the Church, attended as before by the Abbot and his Krligluus. ;iFtr A^jbot Zahvickzy was there ready to receive him, drelt in I ijoruific:! N'ciiiiicr.u, and tmmematcly began a lice Oration ' "ia his ifrailc; after which the ft Drum was fungby fourCnoirs' if Mafvck.   The King then retum'd to his Apartmyits, and jthe&me Day dinM 10 publick.  The Ctygrajhitoions woe jtib rcnew'd, and" every Body had the Hcpcur of kuling his mod.  His Msjetty has ordefM a Throne to be creeled in the pnat Hall of* the 3Ujhey, in order to receive the Submipvms if the Regency of Dantzick, and to give Audience to the Pohlh Lords and Foreign Mwjjters.   O.ir Iri&cations of joy, on Occaiicn of the king's ihie Arrival, has been continued this -Day.  The Abbey was finely illuminated lait Night, and the Bdlsruhg=whhout InternViliioa.   Indeed we- ought 'to do forr.e-tbing extraordinary to gain the favourable Opinion of King Augullm, for 'tis well known our Zeal a few Months ago fori \Kiag Suriiflaus broke through all Baunds, and run to fuch an Exctfc, that we even invited him to come, hither tp be crow n'd. Manbtim, July 2�. The Kingof Trance hiving been in-Jorrn'd, that dc Dominions of the Elector Palatine had fuitain'd toe Inconvenience by the potions of the French TArmy, k�= ItM^thef^CoinmiUary to prepare anillljmate of the. Damage, and to regulate the.'Satufadion that he' uleady to give fitch Perfcry as have been rnjur'd. Raiifin, jutf 22. Nothing worth Remark has pa&d lately at the Diet of the Empire. They wriic fiom Muklorf, that the&ites of the Circle of Bavaria have agreed to funiifh their Contingent towards the War, pan in Men. pan in Money. We, ix here a R^faipt (jrom the ^leclor of JB>aVAr�� direcfed t�fea*^l�alers at the Diet, concerning the Difaphoc and fd Order which he enjoins (he laid Troops to obi^rvc during ir Match thro' his Territories: His Ilighncfs adds, that 'tis ' dot only his Intention tliat both the Price of their Subfiilancc h,  -�odLaBging be fettled before they let Foot within his Domi niot& but that Hoftages be given, or a Depollt made of a Sum jegarajgit to the Exprnces thcy.wiM^rom"b1y c|eate.  *Tis �^^f^*d_this Relohtian pf the Court of Munich. wUL pro-tt*a the March of the (aid Tioops. r#*&rf*fy *8.  ' ris faid that tht Kingirf Pmffw. afffjr fome^ort^bode in this Place, wittroakr ardour thro" fcvcral Pajtt cf HoUand. The Barcn de Ginkdl, �nvpy E*traor4i-naqr from the Statcs-Ccneral to that Prince, is en the point of -returning to Berlin,   We hear that (brne new Difficulties have ~~ Waited, with rebtion to the fecond Corp of. Troops his Majafy-Waa about wjQjrniih the Emperor. ~' tvu, Jutj^i.  The kiug has tent i6oCroiie� oTthe Ko^-al ana Military Order of bt."Lewii, together with a Sum Of 250000 Livie, to be dillributcd amongft hii Troops on ite _____J^V^\^aAefit-i^ �Italy, aalikcwuc a coafiderablc Suo> of Money, to be given v   to tbofe who have moll Wound* to ihew from the bte Uatile �ear Parma. Jab 23. Wind N.   His Majdly's Ship* remain. Airiv'd, Bradley, from Virginia ; SiKcet, W+cn, bom Dublin; Gtcigc and Mary, Bird, Iroai Ponimouth. LONDON OnTutflay laft a General Court of the South-Sea Company as held at their Houf; in T hreadiietdli-iluet, hhen the Co-rt arJar*d a Dividend of cne and a hall per Cent, co the Trading *etk of the �ud Company for the halt Year ending at Mii-fiunnur lall. .       G�vc�oor at the Umc time atquaiutcti the Couit, ti-ai Ije had jprcfcik.cd an Addrcli to his Majclly in n-Iatton to thc.r pAftarioTiadr, and was in daily lixptciitku uf his Ma;c:;}'� grac;o-4i Acme- Vea Iorfen. Gol.' to by Humphry Parfocs, Efij; in t-ji, paid their (everal Fines into k-.-Clumber of L^kicn, tu be cxtus'd being eligible to fcrve the Office of ShctiSi. ' The fame Day the Right Hen.' the Lord Mayor, accompanied by the^AWermen and Sheriffv went up the Rirer, and held *Cb�t oLCorikrvatOK it tie^i^ Piaces, and afterwards dined at the Bowling-Greea at Putney. This Day wiU be Md m Common Hall for the Choice of Sheriffs for the earning Year, when, Mr. Pike being A$r0d, and Mr. Calvert not t-ree �f the Cify; Mr. John Wheeler, and Humphry Phager, ESp the Gentlemen whole Name* are next on thcX.i{�, wall be put in Nominwioo, unkfc they Fine to be excised before is o'clock.     '    '   ^ Ycltcrday Totno Cbacbi the t.ndtaa Chief, Scmuki his VVirc, and Tooawkowi hp Ncyhcw; l^ifjpyUi � War Cap tain, arid AoakowtiJu, Stimakechi, $in:oiichi, StingwytkJui *ahd Umpycfri, f.ire' other Indians, wiio lately came w*:r[xo England with James OgWthdrpr, jESji in the Aldbotough Man, of W;ai, were p^eitmcd" ta Ust Raj.-al Family �Kcu-fingtbn. - *       . ;,. ,        ' On TiKfday laftHBS Rcyal Highnef* the Prince of Wales dined with trVe Lord Arch&ald Hami^ii, at US Seat near Henley upon Thames,* and ja theEvening retaind token-fingtcn.      * ^ Yerlerday the Lady of the Right Hon. the Lord Bahimore, one of the Lords of th^ Bed-Chamber to the Prince of \\'alcj, and Governor of Maryland, was (afjiy ddivci'd of 2 Daughter a: his Hoafe in Gralveccr-S^ouc.    . ljft Wcdrtdday Night died atbonierfet-Houfc, Mr. George Dowtcs, Purvejtsr to his Royal, Highnefs the Duke, which Place is m the Gattof Strphm Poynu, fctq; as Governor to his Royal lligha:)*.  . Yeilcrday died at her Houfe near Kemfingtpo Gmvd-Pin, Mrs. Boray, Siller ts Mr*. Harnlion, Widow ot the late Co-vanor Harriion. 'l'ne Right Hon. the Countefi Dowager of StafEmI, who has been, dangereujly ill. at her Houfc in SackvBk Suect, is rww m a |tir way >)f Recovery. On TueldayKijjht died of a Dropfey, at his Houfc in Ab-church-I^ine. Mr. Perkins, an "eminent Auomfy at Law, wiio had been fevcial Tiaej JL'ndeT SherUF cf this City^ l^nii..I2ty_th4e Cptnoany cf pi� Mnjeiiy's Ship the Aidbp-rcugh, will be rtcali'dit toe Pay-O^ce*in Broad-Succt. Yciferday at the Rates at Kentifii- J'own,' two Horics ftiited for the iSl Plate, viz. Mr. CUrk*� WaS^y'd Marc, and Mr. Down's Brown Gctdisg, which w*� won by the former. They~wpite from Kmgiitu upon Thames, uuttirir laic Fair was hoacur*d w�th a ftanKxous App.apancc cO' Perforu of DtlUncfion; bat the mail rcmarkahlc incident, was the Entry which fcveral Gcntkmen and Ladies o: that NcigliDcwihood made into the Tqwa^n a Waggon drnwe by fix tine Horjb, neatly adoin*d, and ptcceded by, Uoscic 6�table to toe Occa fion. The Town was fo well pieas'd with the FroJick, and the r> rraofdir.aiy Gaiety', a* well as Ptifairaeb, that appear'd in all their A&iuni thraug'^tut the. Tair, t>*t it was a matter of great Cbatrovcrfy, wh� thould Ihew them thegreateft Deinon-llratians of Rc'pcci. The law Rev. Dr. Bray, and fome other pnMtck-fpnittd Gentlnccn^ beipg fcnfiblc of the graat want .of Prcrifzcn there was in many tbctdinJ poor Cures in EngboJ and Wales, to furni(h the r^fp*flive Minidm with" ncceury Books for the .difch^rg^^oiLjr|yr^A^,jojmd and Contri- btuions to fopp'y as many of thofeOucs as they could with Librarus. The Piety and Excellence of this mod laudable D.-Cgn, prccur'd t'os it a genera,! Encouragtmcrit i for fomany Libraries were (boo founded, �fr-*t ThgjVgiflatM^ tfaouglu them intitlnl to ia Patronage and Care ; and an Act of Parliament pafs'd in the 7th Year of her late Majrily O^ieen Anne for their better Preteryatton. Nwv that a Work to conducive to the Glc-y of God, and the Increase of found Religion, Loth in the preterit and future Generations, nugbt not expire with the Doctor, his Auocsates were prevjii'd upon to engage in it Such pious ^r^ chaijaijk Pcxibasifteiefoic �*^o 41c uiipos'd to contiUwie Money or Books to.it� -feoiBaafta^ fflay. fujf�r by Letter fignify tneir In cntipm w>, or Iccgr tSe;r IWncfadicni in the Hands of any oJtl� under-sct'dftSbtiases, viz, the Hen. Jahlcs Vcinop, Li^i at ivicguco upon Ihaices; the K.v Dr. Hairs, at TcddiBgUia-narr Ilaaiptcn-Court i the Rev Mrj John Burton. FeUpwof Eton-Coilrgeat Etea; i2e Rev. Mr. Arthur Bedford, atllit>^iih-rs-Hoijpkal inHcjuion, London; or the RjCV- Mr. Samuel Saiuft, at Aldgatc. Tmnbnd^t U'tUi, Jufy zy  The Seafcn at tHu Place ad-varices, and the Company ii very c oully elected t'rcfcfTer of i i t.asir.�r) iu t(.-r Colicg - of Iidituxjrgh, by thL- D4jgate* trtei: -c tiaaavrau-: F*^sa* of that P�v'.ci-U U to Ugtu   m u*. . ^sii^icClils ttc 1A Yeilcrday Bank Stock 136 t half, a 3 4th*. It*ui� taj. without the Dividend. South-Sen Tradtrig * ork 80 a I naif, for the Opening. Okt Anftuitirt 104 1 half, m j 4th*. Drtto N�V AnnnitJes ^tcj J athj, 105 1 4th. for" toe Opening. Tixet per Cent. Annuity 93, a � half, witheut the DnhkaiSL _ MiHron rVtnk to; i h.ilf. Afuciua :t. Yerk-BuiWinn RoyaFAminuKe 04 1 -half, a j, without the Dividend. London Afiaranee \t, I^lcihr ft*nk Ctrculatkh �I. ip ?ttm* Sduth^ta Bonds[it $�. 'ttm-,: India ditto_aI. tfa- �k4a>. Ptcm. Three par Cent, dim �1 10s. Prtm. Engtnl^Cap> ptr il. 1 s�.  Wehh dftto sfooks (hut.  Salt Taitinrf �iKitt'1 4     WMos-CouNCix hoWcn invthfc , ?   Ciamber c? the tiuildlull of the t&f of Ltitfoa), J   onThhridaY'tlic iSth Day of July, in tb���.feV -of oar-JuMd t?)4, and tt�rtf�"ftigfcth Ytar of .the; Reign of our Sorerrign, Lord G�Wf� Second,IKing of G'teat Btuain, ' ,  T ii a*m��wl 6nltr\l by ibis Ccurts *MT|f liters.. Jijlast y�irr^Sh�Ot Ct*J�r a/'iUvaVr, Jar tit VJttftk$ Cifr, tb* S'mm *f /-.-"f��^ P*w&, W Ulfi t*> **1'Ma*ts mt^t mWi the MaiHttna+e if lU Nizifini Hi Mh*J Prijett "tf th's'Cttf, aciifJikghjttmtbtr Aii qfCtmmiM-CfaviL " mad* ift 3J ff Oilthtr,^1(056, �xJ lit m/m*I Ftti, iw^.ypa* , Ptr/sm Jkali kt txtmfttd from btiv tfoifift H lit ftid Cjjfkt if �Shtriftffkit City amJ Ctttntf^ MuU/t/tit f� tvtr krhtfltr. Pn-vjdrf, tlaiifAyJkth Pttfa /<*.Y l*rr*fttr laft mU�Urn th* Q0ct tfan JlMrxMt eftdh ~C:ty, bt fimll it limto* ttliitkih td into dtjitid Ojfict,, aitfi fhh Qrjtt k*d mwtMm 1 // it'trdtrd, riaf it ft Upuiftts tt Mr. Ct that ht'&M^^tr&itjft& jd*t tht iitk /�# t( a>y Ptrfafrmnfy mmiuitid Sbniji      _________ fittu-uutr i>ut�imeftk;t�M�*    - " .     " * JACKSCN/ Charitablc-Corboraubn-Hpure in jSpring. Garden, July 16. f111E 'Court cf Cotrtmiliee of the JaiJ X tbiir litMJt inStrirf-Gardi'tt, ntiuf/J.ij th JCtfA l>tfl*Mt jHL%0 e'Cletkin ttxlcrtmf.        ""' - " ^ V A ht-gi $**nti(t *f CamlyLb, Garfoh, fin Hrt/Jidr, a fmaUQwuiiit} */ Warn-'* CMlb, a Iptf s**"*?* 'f M*W �il H'amcii wtaiin ,4ft***!, trtKtti U***n$% Sid^BmJht^ itut> ft?J fjtfimt.a^p*t*a� .4/*'* Siiit, titk Domejit, gtttm, ui as J ukiu rji b 'frte*dtJSiH, Silt W tftyjltJ Ik ft, �*t Tafef at A fhttadt; l.aeu'dnt'EJ^i^t, IltJ Ctutaim, CmptifrfantM a*d  a liirg  faid Cufcrathn, andJhrftjltd/ir nvant     Rtd/g/jtM* Note,      Goadi t� bt fan frcm *{hitrfiidfth i\tb ftjfsMt tf tkt titn* tf Sale. Jfrtm t) in //vr Metmitg 4iUj at Night. Caial^tui ta le lad til lb* Pla^iof Salt, and tf Samuel Edwards of Nirfolk'Stfttt* Broker and /tuilienccr. ,     J rtluilirr, and Vir KiJ.j . _ ..duiuth, Diarik to L>) M  kitl;a:d biocus in  i:.c Year 1-jo, and Mr. n*. j'-.U N-..-ui�u., Mc.ctr, Ui-L Ugi Day tt ucasaer nr*:. 1 t.; Ilea Mr. is�,.ncof v,rzr�e, / agii-'d C^*:, 'lbMO-Ocriw ^ luvi ju-^'J 1 or etiow. titjjc   *V aK/    1 i .-ijt-:.-iJi;-g. :i-i� -:.ir ; mttis Unr-icv,       11 ivocate. his I kti-iai  U V    its A'l�:� -o To  he   SlDTtfl     -�� fa the Long Roam at the Kings Tbtdtrc �i ilie Hiy - Market^ TMAT Tuprifing Piece of * Ait itlVd .In AllChMCO|M� *�' iheW rU in �|u��iult  Qtem� 10 *>y      ot caneJtoia TcoJfl the Uttttit%'uQS'tm it N ftit. wrtltuiy aoy t-^(� uf'Tiiiw. , � -^-. . -AJSitsW y/Uing Mag^wltft is. quAltf!)fa�"J�n\^ he -: mxasca � 'v� hit tap-*!) a^d luicfrify, *trUi*Sh * Kh��- tbt e-rrs it ^teroia wfw w�i�� fnth  Frifew �dr be $> k'iKlO&'d aLtae. �J*rpfa�d far T. n- �� fwfcu *: �t�� Chmch Ofuhiui* m ii. j>.u;'� *iih jbjijw Wl 1KKEAS aiicnilcniiii antf Wa Ladks 1-t t,-f-et of Uom^W^^i^^Ti'^OSXIC^X'hti^e, o� Wi*a 1 \ x iii'. 1 Miut, * hdltd l*Uf i �4j isf* l>> lh( l '� tai U*t* i-tftet ohm uCortluii, IfiiU IiiiiiCw�i||. ~w-if=4,-**ii.e, _. -,- ,_____1       ' To be Run for on VRoiarcr^v^luuLig[Kent, tie 2.C;i, zyth and ztitb cf Auguft iiritf.^"" THE fixft Day, a Purfc coniainiug'25 itut V�Ji�; ,1 �at >r* |i'aa ia r*viU " Clare, H , to u/ty�M� v.   o:�.� �. ci. ibcie the V*We it �oy 0.�* time ta tittit or fit �. i� ll�^t� lowi/ cv-n �tw>e, ujJeriub* A 'halt Ei.us.:te, orThrteat the Pt'ft. l>�!iiird U*y, a ffcrfe cmt.ieuf ioGi\ut*�, �>f i*j H'rfjr, Mara cf Gcl4aj, t'slf iic�c� �o:i �bon� tlm Vlu- at tnj Oi.tf ltdbc ui tvtfn at Vac, u mtf tea Siur.e; loptt  Ou�4.ei fcqr�*/*r, Tfw.. 4c ll* Ml. A4 itc iiprlc,, &t 'h�t Run lor iheib-��'jid r c Hblhi, jbJ i* til        te!.4c nunci'i.j, <*t    l�.y JjuUt t- ra^ititJJci *; i� ^J :o ' aO attOlb'Ui ' Ij Ai   -id. dul'trtijiihitUi ill ll.i /V <;/' �/   ^        -   

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