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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 27, 1834, London, Middlesex                                SATU R DAV. JuLt a?. iiTM^a 1734. Tejlerdsy arriv'd a Mail from Holland. Madrid* July 13. HE Roj-al Family continues Tn a good Sate of Health, at St Iidcfonfo. Tncy write from that Thee, Soar the Court has feat OriSers to Cadix, to deliver thcTreafure ami Eft&s of the Flotilla to their rdbedive Projtfjctors, deducing the ufoal Indulto oi 9 per Cent. This Order takes tio.Noticc of the Free-; -Oift of 500000 Piailers, winch the' Court formerly demanded. The Earl HfupifMi, a Screen Nobleman, who having been obHg'd to '���mS'hk MBit Country io the Year 171 c. enter'd immediately Tfrrjato his Caabolick Majcfly's Sen-ice, is promoted to the t^jy rf I.stnt3fa*s*-Gcneral. 'Tts aitur'd, that a Reinforcc-iwtof jooo Horfc will be shortly fent hence for Jtalfc^Wc fc*m hem Cadix, that 1+ French �Men ol War, and an equal {tes&rof Spaiulb, lie in that Fort, ready to put to Sea at a ^IfeowotYWarning.  " w --X-.'. Jfaeu. Jafy 14. Sereral Regimcntj in Garrifon here arc mtad tojoa the Army on the Banks of the Secchia, in order at replace the Troops that faffer'd in the late Action near Jstaea. We are h well informed of the Inftrucliorts the Count will * KoE^ftgK brought with Mm from Vienna, together with {is Di^oLtjans of that General, that we dull expeft very fatly to hear of a new Engagement. C&dmgtm, Jah �3- This Court having interpos'd its good OfkawKB the Oxnmodore of toe French Squadron; for fet-5 at Uberr/ the taj Roffians who were confin'd on board Ships now lying here, and nude part of the Crew belong-.fe �' tie Frigate carried to France, the faid Perfons were ^teiy ddiv�"d to the Raflbn^Mmutcr accordingly ; and ferhought dot the 200 others who remain'don board the (note. *ain were ojodofted to feme of the French Ports, iMJybetriced, asfikewifc the yeiTel. Jfmmtui, 7*fy*4- King Anguflbs has held fevera! G fbfinee Us Arrival at the Convent of Oliva, to confider anas for rodfymg the present Troubles of the; Kmgdomt but vedonot.bear that any Refolutipttt have been taken. On h&mf, part of the PoUh Lords who lately, made their ij, were isMTodoc'd to his Majefiy; and he waspleas'd __.__them graoodly 1 bat Count Poniatowflti, the two ftraaoa Ctartormfld, and fisne others, have been taken into CkSody. The Palatinate of Cracaw is revolted from their AaVgitnrr, and gone overbid King StaciflausY Party, as has ftfii taeral Grandees who at firil declar'd for King Au� gate.� Mr. Pocry, the Regimentary of Lithuania, has been Jeadby them tuidcra&fe Pretext, and claptinPriibn. 'lis foj en the ether hand, that the Count de Tario, Palatinof iablia, is sboatto come over to King Augutlus, and to bring iidk Urn a numerous Corps of Troops. But the Truth is, ee�rlokKio�doffl is at prefect info great a Confufion, that ^k&a ^ fomxLijn either fide, tic l>p*�rstcnt to King Auguftos, on the part of this City, jtpamfhnect him upon his Arrival, and to entreat htm to k�sr Fat Wech&llmunde tad the Gate of Oliva, have not Jtrfadiq Audience. His Klajeily has rcvirw'd the Ruffian ... �dSamTi�rfts:'CoantCetncr, his favourite Minifter, died a few Days, ago of a Fever. We have Advice, that King SaiuBaas was lately at Johannrlburg, in the Territories of the Ifegof Prcfia. The Ruflian Fket, having the french Troops c^baud, eBter'd Cronfladt thctuhtmUnt. The Marquis M�o. thef wnch Ambaf&dor. n feKout for Elbing, and is fhMdxoceto be conduaed cither to Ctonftadt 6r Peters- Prince Eugene will advance ttty fttortly into the Country of Baden-Douilach, to be the nearer at Hand to oppoie thtlr Mcafures./ : .   " . ,  - DtaK J*U 25. Wind N. E. Lift Night (aird his Nfa-jefty's Ship Kintale, and this Morning the York and Swallow, to the Weftward ; the rcll of his Majelly** Ships remain. Arriv'd and remajn, St. Qumttn^ Prtty^ from St. .Eilaiia ; John aadM^y, Vats aM thr I'homas and Margaret, Mead, both Horn Trcpany t Henry and Mary, Kildel, from Lamat. L  O  N  p, O N. We learn from Hamburgh, that his Royal Highnefi the Duke of Hottlcin has appointed two of the Noblemen of his Court to repair hither forthwith, with a ijub'.ick Chantcler, in order to demand her Royal Highncli the Princefj Amelia in Marriage; the Difficulties whicn obitruded the lormer Negotiation being, as 'lis faid, rcmov'd.   We hear, that certain Advice is atrtv'd in Town,, that the Czarina and the King of Pruffia have agreed to furnilH his imperial Majcfty with joooo Men each, to enable him to carry on the War with Vigour, 4 ...... Our Letters from the Rhine advife, that the Number of German Princes now prcfbnt in the Imperial Army, is cn-_ crcas'd to 47, amongft whom are reckon'd the King ot Pruflia, the Prince Royal, _ the Prince of Orange,' the Duke of Wir-temburg. the Prince of Anhalt-Deflau, the Duke ofBevern, the Landgrave of Darmfiad, . the Margrave of Baden, four Margraves of Brandenburg, five Princes of Dcflau, the Prince of Anhalt Bamberg, Prince Maximilian and Prince George of Heffe-CafTel,^Prince Fiederick of Wirtemberg, the Duke of Ocls, three Princes of Badcn-Dourlach, three Princes bf Saxo-Gotha, the PrjTrtce bf Darmftad^ the Prince of Zollern, the Prince of Furllcnberg, the Prince of Lichtenllein, the Prince of Lowenltein, two Princes of Walldeck, Duke Ferdinand _of Bavaria, the DukVpf Arenbcrg, the Prince of Khcinfcls, the Prince of Saxe-Hilburghtufen, Prince Charles of Bevern, &c.---------................ As foon as his Highnefs the Prince of Orange was arriv'd at the Campy he went to payaViiitto his Pruflian Majelly, who embrae'd: him with extream Tenderncfi. His Highnels next madNf^Vtftt-to-Prince^ugene, -and. then having paid and re-ceiv'd Compliments from the Prince Royal of pruffia.^rince EcgeneKreturn,d bis Vifit, and he afterwards recelv'd the Vifits of aU the Princes in the Army; ^ His Highnefs was prelent witb the Duke of Wirtemberg, and the other Imperial Generals,' When they reconnoitred the Enemy's Works, in order to Judge of their Strength, and find it''twas prafticabu: to force them; and after the Capitulation of Pbiiiplburg, bis Highnefs, with feveral of the othCT Princes who were Volunteeis,,took a V�cw of the Approaches the French had made before that Place. The Night that Printe Hugeno bad given Orders for the Army to leave the Cagipat Wcifenthal, bis Highnefs rerxiit'd to the Poft of' General Worn, who commands the Hannoverian Troops; and having repos'd bimfelf for about two Hours in one of the SnWiefs Teats, his f4igbnei� rode before D�y-br�*k mtol�l*la^beW^ where he faw General ScckendorfF make the Difpoiition of the Rear. Guatd. and fb pleas'd that Officer with the judicious Obfrrva-tions he made, that the General k^pt,hb Highnefs with him all the time of the March, giving; him the proper Information in . every. Paiticular. * I His Higline&.din'd on Sunday fe'nnight with the King of IPruffia, having been ^ntcrUln'd the Day before by Prince Timrmvttirt'KiB it CtmrnStrmtofmttVJtoib Met* %, h fit Afr. T*dfaUay& &St. Aqm/H*, w*f. larh Aifi'm, *t fitUmtfttlr*ryttt ndoa-Rrid� thb Day, at 30 after 7 in the Morning, and 59 aner 7 at Night. ..^ , ,    Jolri;. tffa  TV/ E MaMgtrs Apfantfdb? M oj PdriiamtMt X'   H titbit itvFsrtmmUt Tftlttt m tk Ch*rii*fo-C*p*+- j llfAt tit faid Mmnqtrt ivill (Stofi*}*      Uifabtn t*~ ctftti) tiStbt tpb*f *rif. &mlf t*t*tti**Jtmitr Tt their near Neighbourhood to .attack our GsxO,' ppBoe Eogrye had taken the oecef&ry Precau-^^?f^from the J5�ng� of am Infijlt, a�a.ha4 for tbat P^pwpafeo there all the Grenadiers of his Infantry, as like-*^_-^^Hoifc Gitn^iers and Carabineers, together with l*42T*^ joSqaadroos, 4 Regimen^ of HuO^rs,. and ^otfcrTioapji OfantScchtrKlprff, Mailer-General of the ^^WT. bad the Command, having under him P^nct Maxl-y"�j^�tbe,Connt of Fwflcxbrrg, land the Prince of �goSMem^ UooEesantGenerals, aod fe._Mi^^Geseral�. i>! .*u'co**l � fr&huatu, and wasjoin'd in the way fTJ aocabontef ihc Regiment of frince Lews oT Wirtem- _ Ob the 13d, feme Parties the Enemy%TjmS>-*BVrZ&*. g #b^MTe^�oar HuiSaii" thought proper to engage them, aaa&acof the Right Wing came off with great Success, ha-^k^dfeveral of the French ; but the fluflarsof the left ^�wwng too far, fell into an Ambufcadc, and were �vuj of them io: to pieces. "We aw toforai'd this Day by Dcferters, that the Enemy j!"*^ �toav*d Notice of our breaking up the Camp at Wie-uaaaediatdy detaich*d 40 Companies of Grenadiers, ��Bthe Piquets of their Army, toobferve our Motions : Tjat AeCoantdc.BcUalc u march'd with 10000 Men to-^�i tort Lewii, and that a Detachment of 24 Battalions ^^�ordtrd towards Manheim. The Report goes, tiiat gtw Pttachaagnt will befpeedily reinfore'd, and that their **>sc Army hcldsufclfready to march j but our own is fo wwijyQcfly poacd, that we reckon cnufdves in a Condition I Vu �> fer �Uc all iUu Drf!�ni ^ I , h a8. 1'heMarfhal D'Asfeldtdetotch'd fome^-Atf ^FMgo a Body of Troops towards Worms, and ftnee that, aotacr toward* Fort Lewis; and as 'tis concluded from the �*otwB*of the Enemy's Troops, and their other Prcpara, vm, that they defign to bc�rge BriXic rather than Mcntz. Charitablc-Corporation-Houfe Garden, July i& ^, THE' Court of Commits of & fmatigsamitptf iVtilhmCUtb, a l^t $*uit%t} tfiitmrnmi IFomtns wating Jjfartl, frinttd Li**f*it btmjfi, BmrdtHi iter-' ttr'JTtttiH, Slagttf*!, l/tici Si/is, ricb D�m*Jli, ptr*. fti andivbitt rith bnxadtdSili, Silk axd HtH-Jhirth#yjJ�'ftjfgfT' and Vbrtids, Law and Mdeii%$,HtJ Curfnw, Cm*tn*mm aniiQmlti, ^l*t4t,T0iU'CU^.a^y0^t!0t^mtUK^'-Fvt\iing.pito S,>ow, 21 Year* or A*-. \ r>* jriniliai " iujh, IKnMQfrt Maa,ihj(( b.�sk Rtir, t't(h Cei^ t�b�^ -brwrf >booidcrt.,.  -    " ' - ' , Alfa William Alcoek, orirof the faiJ Rtgimcor, ami r�pr. Marta'a Cmpa^y, tiom the aoih of May lift, i&6t* Ycnri; JF'vt in nilwi   : iuttv � C�rpci>ter bf T*a �, bw� at Wtllburjr, ioit �ae, UtSk 0^ llot'A, *e:i l*mbeit,::   - -  ............, ^.^.--j Ak�> out ot the laid Rtgimeot ai�A Con|��nT, Aiiiitm Lomkr. 14 Yean ot" tfie. 5 >'t�t % ImMe* arud a � Afe, % Foji8Utit�         \m*u by friat I MiiiUjfcn, _ ;.;a", flutrt t>r�wa H�ir. t c�b Cunp'^s fa. AlihWof the Uti R�|i��^, t'lO.^ytlirn-^tm^Oacttf.'tGotm-atnf. J*met IWkes. 11 Yftftof Af*. 5 foot io latittt be*, n rm*> mtker by Traec, SuWMtikvm Maa, liurt Uo�. Hitr.loUy taaataV uoooi in tha ioouWeis. Alfo i-'Bll, 76 Y teMao, daiJ^CoapWUoo, wtaw a lor* Tasih m jaw. lk  ihstl be pwtoa'a, a not, �boc�er take* aod fecaM any ��e iUm, or roue, i > �ay Coal. vAk&Akttotak, Maywud G�
                            

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