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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 29, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The I)aiiy Advetfeifcf. MdNDAY, Jvli.      1754. ay tffiv*d tbe Mailt from Frar.cc and htarukri. Venice, July 17. ETTB R S jufl armM from tf�e Lrfart advife, that a Fire has happrn'd lately at Sokmrca. which bcrct 500* Hoaf.-s to the Ground. 1'box Lrsrers pretend to attire us that the Affair* of the Porto are ia a mclaccboty Situation with regard to Peitka. Tbamas Kouli-KaSv retuf;ng all (aianable Overtures 61 Peace. Stock'.ilxs, Jah t S- A new Regula-kidBufitrfaringof the Dalies whkii Foeago Mcrciariiaare to toy apob the:ruwr*BxpMrt�ti�nof Iron and Copper from S� AB*nV>^ DUt aU Na"**5 ** �� be kail- u� the o*i T� The Count de Callcja, the French Ajsba&dcr, wasfo (Wfo'd upon the Surrender of Dantzkk, that he !odikJ hsmr jtfup fof two Days: His Excellency hasoomraitind toCouat Horn, that the French Trccps, rcifcsJ of being bnded at feme NratialPort in the Baltick, accoidiBg to these Capsrubtian, Brebren carried to Revel, and has firxe rejected ifee tune fojpg to the Czarina's Arabafladcr ; but the laitex atn'wer'd, Jjajtae had receiv'd no Advicr, cither fiosa the Court of Pe-tolbarg or Admiral Gordon, in relation (hereto ; and that any fWiordinarjStep which her Caiian Majeity hes thoi-gnt pro-ienow"kf in thai Affair, Biullbe imp^ed to her Rcfextrcem bribe L.'fs o� the Frigate which the Fn�tkS  bring iinndibere, jvere made Frifcuers of War, The wrferfcKingdom of Naples his lubetitted to our ntw King. viacsa and Cipus excepted, and theje are ndWd to the Jail Exunmiy. Yittma, Jitly 21. We \ptn from the R bins, that the Ccn-tn^otoftht Electorate ofCologn, crmfifiiagol 6seo Men. was enkr'd by hit F left oral HigLnrfs to join iniraailr Frincc Eu pne'sArnfy. Allour AdvimfrcmiCcorbrsrnopJeaxrer, rfcai the Turk* cannot obcain oi'the Perfiars to rmxh as a Sdipmnoa tf Anns, and that the latter ccntirtoc tbe Siege of babru^i, but fiia no confidtfTablc Advantages (or want ct Aiii^sry. Tic tides have found Means to uuow a R. infagaaacat into that -�tnb�rgli. July if>. They wrw from C^peahagcn. tSat p& f tench Squadron lying in that Road �a� pieptris^ to ealsc to hoard auew-Suppiy of Prprifioia, in order to (ail fr-in Am�, but whither was not kno�ri j anJ dot ia throe Ds>s  DD.U& than 40 isngluh a&d Dunk Ships bad psfM iLc fouad, bouad to Datusd:. A ccrtaio Icrcign .Vtrsnier pre-teads to give out, that be has certain A-'nce frcra Hoibrrl, that King StaniQans embatk'd the 15th IhAmk at Rcoerdara, in a Frea$h Veficl bound to Odais. ub� &t itnswdbtdy afto: .But, we much fufp*S tbe Probabiliiy of thi; Piece cf TTtM. 'Setters from Berlin this Moment ccau in. mcKion, ikt the King of Pndha was capecnal there ia a Fortnight tram the Rhine. P**U, .Jngafr 4. They write from Italy, that tie King of Spain has coolcrr'd the Older of tbe Golden Fleece upoo the Marital de Coifeny, on Occahoo of tbe late ..Victory he ob-aatn'U.over.the Imprriahik near Parma. His Carnoikk Ma-jfiiy gave bis Pt&urc, let with Diamonds, to thai Gcacral s Addu tan>p (far bringing him the News of tt Bad.July 26. Wind S. E. His.Majeay's Ships, and the Ship bou^ lor the Baltick, remain. Came dounlafl Nigkt, aril biTd through, Jacob, Garald, for New England. Dt*t, Jufy 27.  WuwfW.   Ha Mjjcfi>-i_Shias re-jnaio, with the St. Quintin, Petty, Henry acd Mary. Kill drtt; John aodMarjr, Vafe, Tnomai an* Maigam. Mr-d, all fw the JSalrick.   Came down lift tsigli"and rrmain-, Ftfthtnope, Beale, for New LAgbnJ.   /        _    L 6 N TjH) jj*. ' Tney-wrtw-fnmi-Paris; tfcar bh mod Cbiiilian i.L��jy ^Kuajw 10 have a Fleet of 73 Men ci War at aca ia i�o pnths time.  They are at preirnt as fclkw. lathe Mediterranean � .- -- 14 |he Iralian Seas ------ 7 InthcJuOdd of Copenhagen - -......j E^tnpp^al Toukw--�--    9 ^qoippSig K Brest----27 In the Sea* of Barbary in Auntcs. Ac. �- 11 Tuadied, that the (att^ Prince ba* r i=v'd opaa a same-Tw� Anginentatign pi ht^ Army, arxt that tbe Uno an cti-t) d onsvitri great Diligence 10 every Part cl the Ku^dam Gc Friday lxtl an extraordinary Courier wai drrp^li'd f oa WhitctillioPete,!},^  We hear that a certam Court has been plcu*J :o sKcrpodc iu -^"d-Oatts with the Cxarina, * Moiui'* Lihtrty. and the Releate cf ta* French T1044 �dy carried into Ruffi* on baud ha Craafii !.!ijriiy'� r krt ,-His Majcrty having been p!ea=\i to pnnc&t ttc Pnoce of wange with hve fcne manago Hcrtes*ct to tugraru's'L (c in Jnj'pttfcn: Campaign ur*t *� SiaLiti * liacovcr. They write from Hanover, that tbr faeiaJ ReganeKi ir� the Amy of that EkcUnue ben.^ mcjeiy oorcf^tr. tiIe of Englifh Lions^ bred lome Years finer at the tame Place. _______ Yetterday's letters from France mention a furprifing Story of a Woman at Paris, who having becu brought to Bed lall Week of a Female Child, was about two Hours after dcIivcTd of a MonucT, about feven Inches long, llnp'd ih every Particular IiVjc a Lion.   And - They write from Brufiels, that a Man, twenty Years of Age, born Deaf and Dumb, having been cui'd by a Soldier in one of the Imperial Regiments these, her Se/enc Highneis the Archdutchcfs Govemcts was (bTuiphsd with the thing, that the had all the Parties cxamin'd in bcr Pa-fence, as likewife the Attetlation of the PanOt Prtell to confirm it. Thuriday next being tbe Annivcriary of the late King's Ac-cciTrtin to the Crown, the Coat and Hadge which hfr. Doggct left to be Anmiilly rowed for in Honour of the Day, wiilbc rourd for from London-Bridge to Chelfea, by fix Watermen sboic Term of Appreriticefhip expir'd thb Year. There wrre twenty-one young Fellows appnr'd to Ballot for the Cianoe ol being of the fix to row tor it. The Report of the Right Hem. the Earl of Scarborough^ ninefs was without Foundation, his Lordfhip being in petted Health. On McnJaj ike zzJ of ibii Jnfiant, tltrt war a great Cricket ?!jtcb httiitrm LanJan and CrofJen in Smrry, ufoit Duhtrt-tiiU, tzkub �uu �iea by lb* Litter ; And �a U'tdnt'fibn next the 3 iyir Irjiaia, ll>e fume Qumefttrt ar$ to ffgy in tbe ArtiUery-Grmnd k% Monfitlds. 'Itrre tt, nt tbtjail RtLi aadO'ien ate lodged Ktiiib tbe Commijftaneri of bit Ma-jrjfr'i A'avf *l Chatham, Pertfnsutb and Plymouth, and alfj uitb tbe Clerks cf ihe Ckcne at Deft ford and IPooliiieb, and iittb tae^Sa'uai Qflkcri at Uariuib, Deal and Kin fait ; at-bire thfy mai be inform"dvf allPartLulari 'U-bub entitle Jucb ~Widi/u;e la tbe Benefit cf the faid Cbarity, and receive ibe praptr Cert if.' atei far that purfvle . Rut Juib ll'idtnw at at too great tf[ Ihttance from -ibe Placet above-meitti^n'd, may tiff If by Letter to 'Tl*znai Corbett, E'p at tlii Qffii; will find tiem all iie-u/fun Information i aitJ there being Gtouftd t? bvfr, flat ibe Gtvftntrt of lit (aid Charity may be imprv.tr'd to d-.jlnbu'.tt Jtme Rehef t3 tbe U'iditv.1 offucb Sea Ojf.itrt  io died if/ire tie lotb of.-lu^a/t, 1 732, fiouidrd tbtir Cirtumjianeei come u.itlia th Ruin tivrjii'; tL.e a: i to give H-itiuJajui'fjxJt ll'idnxi to -repair a- /end la tit .ihitvcnam'd Plum, that ibiy may be fro-irtMd jv'.t la kujien tie Entry thereof bejire the /aid i~lb tf Aut,"!- next ; for after that t)ay tbe Jutd Managen v.tll attend cjs/> im It'tdiufJ^t 1:1 ;.;� Week, to Juke in tbe [t.iiti that fall Ot ihem HUjtwUii, aud Ju..ver nut Ceilifalet in lieu litreof. son, a urtt mm, cjunaseaty can d  i;�c**w. I th� nenff �mrf� �4, the Winas bhM. fr�� mmV & art shorn t**Dtf |n4*e� lour. Wh�cMrwil t ftvaK^waof ^ to ramVOJtili �4 m Vm*' pLE W out of a tvlhdow, on Friday the *6tk � Irtftaat aaoat Noon, a brat tint, c-wnasealy (all'4  stMk. AT the NcW Theatre in the Hay-Market. tbi� Uat, 'brio| tke aytii ol Jalv, wiU U pnfetad a arv Opera, call'd - The HUMOUROUS ELECTION : o a, * Court   and  CouiiTity. The principal r�r� tobe peitorrn'd by Mr�, Hofcrtv Mr*. Cn*rt*y, Mi�. FgcrMi,   w. T�ltx>i, M� Torbuu, M-'fl Jo�s Ur.JoatJ* Mi*, dallim, Mr. Woodw*�  *Ming wm itm lW.?aM nttfccYr* etasifd br 'any Sttf of tfcr^mtoLttffc. her wi'tt 6aa4tra>viu am* etude with ao enieftiimaetii, wWxix w.ll always �ad (0a* |i�pvctaC Company an OiifMWlu��f-nt-ti.>Ni* home hk ltor-.�|b�. For    C  A  L  A   I   S, The   Mary  $looft Humphry Gjlbie, Commander, SAILS onTuSfdaynrxt.how Ifi^gjt Uo�jU�Jr.w�Cbsut m take iaOua4s and y�f&t\*eit and mar t* fp.Ae wkbeb iba Hu'ih Wall- at fcMh*fi]i� tut* ; tba aasft�rd�m e;.':ff�hoolr, or^r the R   thiVi stay, butb oe�r tr (��..�. 27 Year* of ^ tin Qlasina high, l^cvoUbv� &ujt baU ilair, Iniu vtMH/ieuoo, hrftsi SbuuldcM. Alfj W.Uiam AUotk, out of tiic bid RcS-m-nr,  t>�d. Allo'trnt^of ihs laid Regimest SufCaBpanf, ��3i*tt� twky. ai Yen 1 o�'  .aak^-fuoi a latn..a q^ncr fcfcH. riftjaaaaBar Trade, Y^mirrfctaflibiatk bcO>| Kair, farsitby 1 -�"['-- i^Tlr-i Alloovi A ibe faidRriuwat, ��d C�J>w�'t o�i. Coerymi. CltmcM AU.�tl. 37 Y  o> **�>*�** 9 ��  h�ir, fre(h CompkiB-n. All-out of�he faid Hc|imcM, an4 ibt licorriai-Coi'orf'iCcfa-pany, Jioiei liilsen, � Years ol Af, j F"w 10 lotr�� h^h,  ioikti by Trade, Suffufiliue Mao, Ufcri b�vw� fUu. ijx�y touu#. lli.oi>� lOibcSVi^utden. Alio cut of tit Uid Begimtoi, �'re Man. At* Cous^uak*. waau a lo*t Tuu.b t* tteasyfat 1�w ih'^ibUtV H r. AHo uuiul ile fiiH Wt%tD^i, ard Capt. Coro�a3u* Ccaaparf,, E.l��'db 0*1., v, Ye��s ol rfp. % fuct j). Icc*cj ao4 a o^b ihaja. a Cyijxr ty Ti�4--. Bultul ,M�o. luU fae*. la-k �fcin tiasr It iicy Mtllail ci^hi. ^ aa, oi*of l.'.ein. icmd ti tier rtfjpcOtta Cotn^aniri mUhia ihe Spate qI U "u"� lb� f�te Uiw, |a�f ih�� fh*H k< p�� .oy 
                            

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