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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 30, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advcitlfef. .....        .....x.......v. ��. .....r.......^"-^ ^ '"- �_ .v TUESDAY, Jul* jo, 1734. Dantzick, Jafj 25. Vs r{L' - -*i �r.~ ^ H E Magutrates of this Cay basisg ttrfolv'd to j^tc a grand F.neettaicmcrx to the Generals ot the RcnSzn Artpj, (hey were acconticgiy invited cn tie  18th Want to a nugui&orai Dinner, prepai'd tor them at the lirafe cak'd the EhgWh-HalL   PtcpRf ncre gteat'v forpna'd that neither die Defer of Saw 'Weiffchfelts,  net any. ctStr of tie n Saxorv General*, bad poet in tJ* f>_- tftimnti " TU Haufc late inhabited by the MaSspris de Motott, wa> ftrffUy fcarch'tf the Moment hts ExceHfscy wceI ; �*� of it, �nd' alt hjs Papers asd Bicefe careftrHy fcaTd cp; tit Domeilicks were likcwife taken into C��ody, ami they i^vi fince^one thro' fcvcral Exantinatica?, m reJaoaa ax the *$�pe of.King SWiflaass. but they, ail pertul is didara^ that whatever Fate they may be dcom'd to, they �tfl o:%ei " a�ke anyDifcoveryr6n that head. Tb fail, that King Aa--coflot, in order to tender hi* Pubkck Entry terc mete fceema, jtas deferr'd it to the'"t "ft of AugiJrft.. on occiboa or rise Rihricn dot Month bearstr/ his'Majclly's Name-.   Ho* great a Veneration foeverthePeopk here retain lor KingStaaiilasfs, tby sreoblig'd tofmotner their Sentiments, it bong pralubjKd, . jthdervery ieverc Penalties, even to men nets tic NsaaecTthax Prince. \  Vienna, J**t 21.    Befides other Matters mlacJb Cceat X&nigfcgg has written to the Emperor, ecncerrdng tie Staee cf his Anf.y in Italy, that General particularly r�i�,uks, ebat Cavalry was incirely good, but that * Corps of � 50cc Foot was fcry muchwanted.  *T �aifiir\i, bis Imperii! Mav tal^ M�afitftt -'lor fa&ag-bm a proper Reialbcte-  man, >hd we doubt not to have fttU a goad Account of tfac Enemy in Italy. The Court has very much at Heart to pse-fen-e tfce Ports of the Adriaiick Sea, from any Dcfefctstwiucb "'ihe Spaniards may attempt to make there.. ffitit&urgbi Jih 27. '.We learn tram Stockholm, 'tfat tie King of bwiden tos caus'd (ev'eral Memortds robe tui bricte __th( States o' the Kingdom, concerning the varias* ictb&cci that haw be< n made to his Majefty by the Neutral Powers, t� join his gcod Othce* to theirs, and to enrfeawmr io Concert to retlore tin- Peace of Europe. ' NrtWitnitacdwg the Rcticlueon . which the King aoth Diet have-taker� to ewer bko bo DrfcScrA-tion, with regard .to the luture Succetliai ct that iUagJoa, ,y  in tie freatA Coep fcr the taking ol ^hilipiburgl^riOna^Tbr�  Chriflian Majeilv hai-ing receiv'd from the Marfiu! D'AsfeLft , aljil of fuch Offic-n as diltingiufii'd thrmfelnes tfer rocii, tcz ^ rhtlrCoii'Sgeand Bravery in the Siege, has retina d stxtsai .....IM, With a� maify Ctoiks of the Order of Sc Lewis sa tkene wrc Oficcts deterving them,  'ihe D'Asicuk & greatly fatigu'd with his late Services, that be fcss beta s^rb iadifpos'd. but is now fomething better; *Ti* atTu'd, .as.(corr�5 lis Strength permits turn to mount on Hcr^caci. a Art of his Army will encampar W&ienchai, wh^rs Piiare 1- s-pnc'� Ut*)y w�s. Since the Retreat of h>b Mighceb Bnssfii*^. the French have f > none but the Princes�/ the Blood to Qeep in Tests; has cow the Situation of A train is chan^'d, both OrSoas arsi S'Ja,jr> are fijfFer'd to take their Eafe.' Tb certain,, d.at the Detigra of the French GeleenI *ie at  ^efem impenetrable ; nor does the Rout their Traces fcks -(^nj~^litWar^tinX^\cn. "The"4cSco:'i!e='����" roaipofe the Van-Guard of the Army are eccunpM bkm ^ onii, tDe Command of the UaiW-de Be&iLe asc the ~ Marquij de 1* Fare.   They ate to beiftidrely joia'd fcy.jBseoc .�We, with'trie Marflul Duke de Ncailfes *t rixir Ht*L ^Thait General will fix his head Q^uters at Wotns- ' tMuQSrt, y^lJzS.   *Tb affur'd, that the Regency �f tits but his Imperiat_Majqtly is to give them a fdrkkct S*cssttf, ol *4wfInterelt.  *Tis believ'd likewise, that t&e je�* +01 ener the Loan of a coniiderable Sum of Money to (�ue &sa Peror: fane-pretend to fix it at 100000 Cra*r*s> D e moil letvent and Jincere Praym to tbe G�d *i*o Eghts icr u�, thaV he will jM>t a * Seep so tie Favowrg he confer* upt� our A�ns, bjr rtlloring * sous an bonocrable, firm and Ulling Peace." Tiry **fie Jrcan B rlifl, that fihec his Pni!l"an Majcfly fct oat'S�,tie laijpenal Army on the Rhine, the Queen has .fct span car Djj a Week to spend in Prayer %t his Majefty*� Safest, rt�a fta|�Fy Rewrri Her Msi'.Jiy hears that bay DhiaeSarke inter AtttidumbcT. atrfall the Nobility and etlhm beStSBgiftgto tie CcWt arecxpeclcd to lie prefent. "1 is aoded, tkat brr Ro�*l Higbaeft the Margravine of Anfpach, eoe.ci ier XSaJffly's Daughters, is greatly irjJifposy. *T� tail that rt* Krtig of PrntTia. cjwn Information of King SocdbarssEfiape from Danaack, tent Orders to all bis Go-wcsi^iaFi^uajadPoaKrama.^ m treat that Prince, where-rrer le appctr'd. �kb all rxnTiblc Marks of Honour, and ^ke^sieto �nt^ lam with jji V^inecicnces he fiioold' Hand in cf�lc� TirScBaticn of Affjs*�� being fomcthing alter'd fincc the Fis�b..�rf tondtd about their foliuoal Game at Quadrille pcicssd ia Aprd UrTin this ParKT, they ha�;c chang'd iomc of tie Hinds, aaJ iniroduc'J r.c* Pbjers: The moft remark-. 'S-ujfrrZ^I.  I care not wbo plays Co 1 am paid for the Lmtux*.  I feawe �dy a Qijeen guarded to fa� the Vol. Prim �**t9t.  I ats afxaul 1 am only cali'd to be balled. Taaiaiw their Majcflies, and the reft of the Royal Fa--wSkt. w21 eaketbe Ditmnuo of Hunting io Richmond New-PaikJ WKjnary Qtdm beiag give� for tuat Potpofe.        .__ Oa Tfscrffiay his Mayfly's Pb�fc of tool. Value will be Rsa (cuooLemei Downs in Sufiex. �/ VeAacty ckd at his House in jamesflrect, Wellminfter, jeba Cede, Eiq; ece cf his Uajefty's Juilices of the Peace for the Canary ol Aliidkiex. _ - � On TiinHa* next will be paid, at the Pay Office in Bjoad-Strxjei, tbc Wzgcs dae to his Majeily's Hulk the Southamp-tzssu (ii Juraak-) 10 tile 31ft ol December lail, at which time be   th �it�th oje'iioc ; th� Amltcrd.ru C (5cr uc*r 10'rr >xi , �aj *i c^�imV� Cuffchaoiie near    *� John Twyman /or /if Mafler. Vefterday Bank Stock was t}6 i half. India tat. S^Mtfc^;,j Trading Stock 70 1 half, for the Opening.  Old AwtalrJei^' 10414th, a|M*.  Ditto New Annuities toil f^twkh> j out 4he Dividend. - Three per CmL Annurty �|. 1 JiaUl Million B^hK to; i half. ^MfaihiiS* Yvfcfy$mi* f 1 half? VRAjfal A ffurance       London'AJurtnte jfr, sUdiT "3�nk Cii^ilaticti 7!.   a t^s. Jretn. ThTt^ntf Cent, ditto >tlI tOK Prexn.  Engliih Coftptt V), �*a.  WeSl , ditto Booblhjut* SilCTaJlieiiiluafp^JL)^iN�. 1 /1   , ?S ...... 1    �"   1 > -1      : fhfiJ fir"fri^tSiH^Vfoffia*^wsVjfer^fi f\�^     i/r *f Aupift, w&Uvt* if li*,F*tiiof*^-�iiitSriil Hull in Butck-FtyatsHtar Ladftttt; ,    ,    v-   >, "AND thAt All fvlch: tlvartttbiy,dif^^i:;^V^ *** f(m� *� imlla t� *oat�^eMMW�o�hyimatvul)-tGillian Purpntui of �hi^ safety, are deft^d to bring orttmi their tte^iuVma  i� Mi. Aidrtm t)ru�m&*4, Panke , �t Ch^'ing truf* fta�tur�r U the GortciD m� tiifia u''�i"f rVlt� to.Mr. Xtfaw A*dtT)t* their Secrets re, stliTs HouU oa CUrketi*r�U^irt��, ~ that >v�h Uoaacioo (naming the Oongr an4 ihe Stun) is put (fttti rha 1 ti�fortfi Hindi, b> w),ith Means both Trctfhrer ant' teerctatf'vrilt be able to m �tac\ fcicoun ot thi fc.m� to thentit G(r*�*| Mealing 1 Or ii any lKmor tliinki fir, he rn�T biin� or KoJ futh Oo� naiinn to �b� Quirterl Gci i ut (cbiutry, kta>, au|�U a*4 Norembtr. , . ,      , '     ./ The Corfefpoo^ni-Mcmberi and their Trenhtrcr, ha�t fall Keiter and Authority to rctxiireall Uunittups of Maicjf, Uiwai, flte. an^ affis to uk� annual SubUripuons or Pnymcnftul *U Itwh as ctutft to �anttW bute m thai Manner. ,     �  '. < Proper AcknowUdtunentu arc si ways made by tbe Sotitcy for *rtfy DohatiQtt, whieh is likewifc ttjiltci^.t in ihtir twoks. An4 that the Publitk rruy bo fully f V} at Mr. �' pa/able, may fia�� it, ly BWbVLAi* (ha s�k '---L^J^-- Axtrs^rM z* itu P*j*r cf a mediate Length art taken in at Tw Shillings each. 1   

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