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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 1, 1834, London, Middlesex                                the        Ad^dfcf: * ii ti ftiSc1 *, jiio"Iff* 1, in* T Funntf, July 24. H E Emperor's FrejcQ to tike a Body of Rutiian Troops into hit Pay, has drawn several Representations from the Princes: of the Empire on that Head, and the lame have had fuch ari Infla-axxoa the tmpaial Councils, that 'tii bid, thole i'roops will be employ'd only in Hungary. The Court continues do ufc all poflible Precautions for the Security of the Frontiers of that Conjoin. The fajden difappearapcc of Prince Ragpoi has -Sr^^d our Alarms. The paiheuck Rcmonftrances which liaptfial Wajefty rnaue to the Electors and Princes of the twife wnohatt1 qpanted to furnilh their Contingent towards Stwir^nia produced lo good an FJeO, that the Elector of fjljMB and some other Princes, immediately pot/their Troops jaaurca to join Prince Eugene. The Elector of Bavaria te-anssi mflcxiUtV. v'tiMht. J*h 18. The Senate has oam'd Mr. Anfaldo, Mr. Gruualdi and .\K. Doria to repair to Final, in order to Htioadc the InbabiuA; 10 retarn to their Allegiance, thofe People having hkhmoVehVd to hearken to any Propoutions whaler. TnefcGen\ 311*0 have orders to fubducthc City fcy Force of Amu, in cafe their Rhetorick dors not prevailj mf tfee necclSry Artillery lor that Service is actually embark' iat The Government has order d the niw Levies to be made �ma all Diligence, for reinforcing their Troops in thelfland efOornca. J?#'jS*�, J*b H- 'ii* reported here, that the Dkt of the CJrcJje of Bavaria Mules to tiuulurm to tb? Regulation made by the Empire* with relation to the Quota they are to furniih, which in theprcicnt Lxig^nce was hxt at a triple Number; 'fkd infills, to fuppiy u�dy/their fimfit Contingent. The ArchSiiripp of Sii:?^ irg has decWd likewite bi> Intention to (ad no more than tunplc Quota, aUedging, thai the heavy Charge he was put to, vvUiLVUh: Imperial Troops were in his toamry, during the Emigration of bb Proteltanr Subjects . has kit him in no Coiwlmqnio contribute extraordinarily to the Emergencies, of tbc Kiiipirc. SdoffixttfiH, J27. The Conteib which the Regency of Geneva ia> had with the Burgerfe, are far from being ter-�united j_ and, 'ii> ii-ar'd, will diaw on fojne mcbncnolly' jfortht. ITe BurgeflVs have block'd upall the l'aftcs that eamroucicate with tftc neighbouring Statft," to prevent the *At-thai of uiy Troop? ilut migi.t be len; id fije Succour of tlicir AcaganiUs. Accotding to tome Letters from Coire; the French XfcnLlCT rcfiding witii tiieGriicn. League?, has obtaiii'J their Conicnt for railing tome Swi�> Regiment, to be lakru nno the .�-".lay-of the Crown, of trance. " " tttouovir, 'July 30. On the ;;lh^nlUnt a BruifliXojuier jtn'd thro* ths. City, in hb y.ay to a certain Northern Court, ctnrffd with a Scheme which tiie hfanrune rowers have con-CBtcd, for aocornmodating the Affair?of Poland. ThisCou-ntrisao ttopat the SaxonCamp before: Panizick, and to drop fame Letters for King Augnjtus. People pretax) to aSare u;,' *ihit the lnurclh of tou frincc arc not omitted in the laid to*. * hmth Titneb Coop at Worms* Ju!j 30.   The Commu-tkmaabenKta our Camp under Piidtplburg and the other � ttk of the Rhine having beru icllor'd, noiwithlUading the /rtwfinl Hsight of the VYiters, by the Bridges wlucli the Mar-~ flfenLd>Asici>dt caiu'd to be made over-agaimt Philipiburg, and ^ithiohail&n, the Army march'u on the 28th in ue .vlorn-isg, in the two Columr�; the hni pa&'d the Rhine over the Bnu*e iai�*d oppbfitc to Philiplburg, and went to epcamp near Wafiheim,  upon the great Road that lead* from Spire to Worms- The fecond Column patsM the Bridge of Rhinhau-' Jea, and having uken �he Rout to Spire, join'd the hrlt , Column in the Evening: _Qa the 29th, the Army encamp'd *eu FnnkeodaJ, and to Day arriv'o in the Neighbourhood of -: ^OraaToTwhich! ,Pj(acs we took PoiTcifion the 23d at Night, mad the Count do BeliiBe arnv'd there the next Mornings with Batttliuiu oTTebtr*i8 Squadrons of Horie, and 6 Regi' of Dragoons.   The Mailhal dc Noailles remains in-the.. Spireback, with aj BattaUons and zi Squadrons, which he. :  w tpreaJL is dii^xcnt Bodies, between Landau, lipire, and PhUrpiharg. _ The Sicur Javclieie, Goi-ernpr ol the tatter, is� tmpkty'd to |ll op the Trenches, to repair the Portificauotis, M to rebmld the Montis within the Town* in which wc "tlpia 65 P�ooi o? Cannon, a large Quantity ot Powder, Ball, ; and othee-Ammonitioo.   The Leotenant-Cokmel of Horie, . vho rvnmirdod the Party order'd to efcort the Garrifon of ^ PhQiplhurg to hScna, u rctura'd from riiat Service, and rc-""*� ports, that a great Number ot the lmpcrialilb ddTcrted in their march. p4vii, &g_ 7. According to our Letter* fnwo Italy, of the 25th of til Month, the Allies coniinu'd in their Camp at  ^ondjntUa The Maxihal de Coigny was advanced upon the fcttjaof theScothia. and bad fixt bkQoarwn in fome Caf-^noov�r-againft Quijldlo.   This Village, which llands at die Ilead at one of our four Bridges over the Secchia, bguaxded by I Detachment of our Troops Count Knnigftgg b encamp'd within a little Way of us on the other Side. thcRiVer. As toon as he was apprized of our RefcWon to behege Mirandola, he pot bu Army in Motion,  and is new fb potted, that we mull oblige nun to remove bc-*�>� can execute our lctentions upon that Town i fo that a �rand Battle may be fuddenly expectod ; and as there is a Wain in the Neighbourhood of the Imperial Camp, which "will admit the Cavalry of both Annies to engage, wc imagine the Scene pi Aciicn will be carry'd thither. The Imperial Horie is certainly very numerous, and in exceeding igood Or. wx bur their Foot was fo Outter'd in fhe Battle or Parma, ttat t^nirhflanding ebc Reinforcements' they have fince re-teiv'd, their Iruanuy cannot exceed tj or 16000 Men: Pwas very torturutc for them, that we were prevented by *ant of Proviuon trcon purfaing them before tbey had Time to recover thrraiclvcs. Tbrougb this Impediment on our Part, they gak'd more than two Days March of us, and bad an Op. Poouiay 10 (*v* |hcW Andlery, their Ammunition and Ba; &gc. 'lie Marquis de Rangoiu having been lent by the J> orModena tbthe King c^Sarfmata&dtHe Mailhah of France, had a long Conference with them ori the 12th ult. after which, the Matrons de Mafllebob was rletachM with *. Bodv ol Tffldpv to pot a Garrison into the Town and Cicadcl of Mo-dena, under |he tanie Condtrjoris that "jhe. Duke of Vcndonw hail a Garrifon "there in thelallVVar. Our Nearnds to the Enemy expofes us tn freonettSkirmilhes with them. A sew Days ago a detachment of Huflarj and Carabineers having meta Party of the Emperor's Cuiraffiers, took them all frifijorti. On the 13d of laft Month died one John Princitetu, Mailer of a Vineyard in the Village of Villtgougc near h^urdeaox, in the 103 d /ear of his Age. 'Its farther remarkable, that he was never known to'bc atba Sick or Sober in the Mcnoty of any Man living. The Duke de Liria (now Duke de Veragoas) is on the Road hither from Naples, to take Pofleffron ot the Etlates lett him by his Father the late Duke of Berwick, �Dt*I, July 36. Yellcrday came tn the Litchfield hlan of War, and remains with the reft. Several outward-bound are under tail Wefhvard. Arriv'd, Anne, Iliggifon, Irom Jamaica t Gloucester, Blois, from St. Chrillopiier^ i Lccnard, Hardy, from Strcights; St. Quintin, Canhaui, and Hanover Alliance, Major, trom Trapani j Induflrious Bees, Buriord, and Briitol, Salter, from Lilhon t America, Gluvcr, ftom Maryland;  Lewis, Pcarfon, front Genoa ; and, Auruilc), Hay, /rom Cadia.  Wind S. by E. .     ----------   -  LONDON. This-Bay-being the Anniverfary of the happy Acccfilon of his late Majelly to the Ti.rone, there will be a IplendiJ Lcun at Kenfington. And^at 3 0' Gook, Tomo Chachi, the Indian Chirf. and Senaoki his Wife, together with Tooanakowi their Nephew, Hiliilpilli the War-Captain, and the other Indians, arc to have their Audience of their Majcilies and the Royal Family. We hear the Ceremonial for their Reception is settled in the tame manner t>� was that of the Kings of the Mohocks by the late Queen,......-Tomo Chachi heing actual- Iv tho Chief or King of Nations. They are to be cou-^ktdted' from, the G�ovgia-OBice in Old Palace-yard by Sir Clement Cottcrel, Mailer of the Cercmonio, in his Ma-idly's Coaches, and are to be introduced by bis Grace the Duke ot Grafton as Load Chamberlain. One of their Attendants being taken iil a few Days ago,' was immediately remov'd to a private Lodging, and is attended by Sir Hans Sloan, one of his MajeUy\ Phyficians. Yciterday their Majtitics, the Prince of Walesr the Duke, the Princcil ot Orange and Princefs Caroline, attended by . leveral Lords and Ladles of the Court, tooktlie Diveilion of Hunting in Richmond-Park, where they rbuzM a Buck which bis Maicity had hunted feveral timet lall Year, and the �>me gave them very good Divcriion far near two Hours, when their Majeilics left the Chafe, and order'd his Life 10 be fparV, arid about 3 o' Clock return'd to KehJington. We learn from the Imperial Camp upon the Secchia, that on the 2:d of laft Month, N. S. Baron PaUandt, Colonel of tfttJlegirnjent.^ pa& in Sight ot the Troops of the AWes, and to enter with a Succour ot 1000 Men into ^lirandobj which he pcrform'd without the Lois of a Man. *Ti* added, that Count Konig> fegg has had tlie good Fortune to throw tome Artillery and Provisions into that Place......... The laft AdIviccs from Pruflta mention, that King Sranillaus was it ill there, but kept hirnlelf conceal'd as much as pofitble, ai Strcct, tor the Election of two Direcivnrin the room of two Gentlemen, dtcca&'J. The Fiihmongcrs Company arc fitting up their Hall in Thaaies-Strect, (or the Rtcmjon ot ^Edward B fcaior A(derrnan nm ''c Chair, who intends to keep his Mayoudiy there.  TlieyarerikewifeprOTidrngnriv Flag* and Streamer�, and have given Orders for Building a new i>a;ge. Yerfcrday came on the Eleflion for Stewaid 0! St, Tbsajiai* 'Holpiral, in the room o�Mr. Broufe, wi�o ha� refign'd : The Candidates were Mr. Welch and Mr. Green ; the Voces for hii. Welch 6c,' Mr. Green 63.  The Place is reefcon'd worth 2001. per Annum. :.,.___ Yel\erdav Moming the Corp(b of the Lady Fazakerly, Relic) of the hue Sir WdlianvFazakcrly,. formerly Chamberlain of London, was carried from her Houle in Chancery - L~iir, to be intcrr*d at Tottrjdge. On Saturday tail the AlTizes ended at Oxford, which proving a Maiden Auize, (he Sheriffs, according to Curtootj-prcfenttd the Judges with white Glovo, There were only four Priiouers try'd in that County. �� . Yefterday was play'd iti the Artillery Ground by Moor-fieldj, a Match o>* Cricket, between the Gentlemen of Croydon and the Gentlemen of London, Eleven on aSide. There were great Wagm.dependiog, which the Londoners wontvith conAderable Advanuge. On Saturday lait a Fire happen'd at 1 Farm Houfe at EaS-wick in Hertfordlhirc, belonging to J uflice Bocth, which toa-fuin'd the tame, together witT� tie Barm, tjubks, and other Out Houfes. On Friday lail died the Lady Dcwcing, Wife of Sw George Downing, of Camlinglay in the County ^Cambridge, Kiugl.t of the Bath and Bart, and Member in the pitfrnt i'ariumm: tor Dunwich in-Suffolk . Her Ladyiliip wa* Daughter ot bu William ForrcUer � but being married to Sir George when he was under 14 Years of Age, he was dircdUy few Abioad, i.cd iipon his Return they did riot think proper to Cohabit. High Water *t Londun-Biugc tMs Uay, at 9 Miaous after 1 z in the Morning 5 and 36 after 1 z at Noun._ I US UPH  COG1A, Ambuirador from J die bey "I Tuui�, ifkuowleJio r> mEcil It ijuly pblic'd to his mafl S*crcd M�'|c(ly the Kicr 01 Grt4i bouus ��4 �ubi��o|�: fat&itir �o� liii Nob'c Cuft, bciut cuurclf l�i>l>'d i kni at be it p '0 00 bu p�-juuuie Uornt.ihu is ili�ic!uie to a.tc ^.u� to all fcr��>� �;.ui>-e�et, ihat m�y hive  y Uc�^aj> uii�. b w. ^hy may i��i*c cue $4riS'�;Uou, bcutc wiliioa, oafcljo i�r;�:loe�� Ibjuuhanc tU%lo;l � Cuai(ii*iui ag^iali hint. Yeftetdsy tank Stock was ij;, a i half: {atHi l^ls 4 1 half. SoutVSeaTrading Jtoch 79 } Athsfor the0|�sh|L Old AanoSrs 104. t half. {Htto New AtSMsora tp|. TktM pet Cm. torn** 9�* j aaE sMslliMliak 10^ I alK XfricM 10. York-lsiadiiav 4 i Waif. IsMACMMi t half. LoodossAttunnce t�. New Baah Q ttWirf �t 1 Prtm. Seuta-S�a-Boods at, io>. Pram* India �St$o_"st  BcofaOmu .fyTJjfa perCent. Ftesn.   � ...-V1 * � �_________.________        j    --- ;  ����j-^--^..... Adrninlty-Offict. July ifi i^1* fJlS Majtjly ktwtg been grsc+uf W*rre*twdir bit K$*l $ijn MmmJ, 1*t*4*l\& 4. Jwm. .mh �aW Om� ^ alt. **H*rG*Otrwm*M *f tlx Caatitf Jir tUfafwf fm Wmm �JT Cmmijfim mmd tT+mtnt Ojfcnt       R*Ut Nm  **G*tJ IftiUife. � , N�e, It* Gmfi n h fiem till tb* tim *f Smlt. Samuel Edwardi *fJ&rfolk~Strtttt Br&ktraK.Vj/h8kmer. To  be   S EE N, In tbc* Long Room a/ iht Xing�bt*ire in tit -...........--.....    M^^Marf^ THiAT fuprtftng Piece, of * ax *�IV4 iIki MiaaOCOSMr �r she w .U in uiM*t*r�, uuly sUka by iU:,UnJi*: U Wahtt^Abhrf btfld^ ~ Ii * the uaM cariiw ssw mv'aifasit pkta 01 .ui}i*mUn ctu ouec ut' iht� K�|, tai �m Utot* it* Hoy*) rtasttf, Mi tuti o- (* N^biliiy vd OtmwK wtiktat |r**uit #p0l�olc. U*ixs|Bi ss vm fm* "       * but*   - ** u ihtClptii1 Hwc. The,T � ��. r o-sMintitr **�atiml ArsahWUstT _________- Vtaipuir. r�t>ii.|, titt&tft     i-tinVS!* ��� ^ 10 the om aujt� ��� iiutA,  v�'u uTaVtouaaa a �bi.j , uc        t�y iyt Hsm* .4 U.�ijl>4�il    TIC Ot*Ki of list tiwi ai�fr, upoa Aft/uuik* -O iht CoMttb^t oi Ci$ppip**etpMr irW.-WX, W s^i^c    Ct>^i^\ ^) Lire htr s��la. DROPT oti Tucfday Uft^a Parchitieric Lirt.r. tjf  c�tfccbo*   ui, 11 bctaC ut a> Cit t�. u-i i>-: lt�0�-rr, ' N. B. >j> vttti* luwai4 mtii U �Cn^d. LOST tac 25th of July lalT, a Pocket-Ru^a viit. a tkUu c�cf. -jta U**t*l xtmanttorn*. Noutat l).u<) i*l Rc�eif  1 U-� ftv.fe. .�. ai��U the New * ThmA**ii\t owBt. fasM l,tic tutt 1 C-.- c: KrK s:4, be^e of ao Cir bn: 1^ if c Owuar, Pa/a mca t�wg �<* �tfa �u� be��**=. IVIIEREAS a Bank Note of 30L was found * *   Ult Wic* .a .U &a i�>t �u4 tics*, raaaett, 1.1 l:�n^r- Uie uaW; aa4' iu -. a 3         pai^ale. oujf bare w, bj *�>?:/;it c� ibs fasl MctU>. at>|h� -^4 twur^c. �...  1 J I 1 I.I       I    I   I     111 AN Uflicr of good Charadcr is wanted in a  lib t F jtto*- a 14 Ct�att:-�Mi.- �ti j� rtacb Sf^fWsuLMr) H^rlcid ac Hor.h'� c^�ic-i^te, t�a
                            

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