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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 3, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily AdvCrtilc*. ^SATURDAY,  Auct/st 5, m� fiftrJgy Mis?J a Mail from Flandth. Ptterfburg, Juh 14. '-1,. Ail N Exprefe arriv'd here this Morning from Count Munich, at the Camp before Danrrick, with* Copy of the Ar-ridei of Capitulation, in ordtr to have thein ratified by the Czarina.    Hereupon a Cabinet Council was immediately held, andtheCouner will be dil'p&tch*d hack, before the fid ol the Week, with her Majclly's Rcfolutior.j. 'Tis a'fiaft), that bcr Msjefiy will ntfer confent. jhar. twWcchfrlkniiride be ganifiaVd by the Danurick Militia, �4 that nmkbbr Infractions will be ftnt to Count Munich atjkd Hod.   The Magillratts of Dantzick have wrote a ^fcimifive Letter �o bcr Majefty, to afk Pardon for their fccBriari&ar. alledgiflg. that the large Promifcs made them W KxtC Stan.Aau�, and feeonded by the Primate and a certain ft*ci; cAwed ihem to uke the unhappy Rcfdlution of op-ttBc'hrr; but that they were now rcturn'd to their Wits atH&cir Duty ; thcrefoie befeech'd her to abate of the Sum i^aiti towards the Expeace of the Siege ; Adding, that a fcjr&a lVjv^itscc would lpeedily attAtd iter, to implore her CmufT by Word-o^Mouth, arid to throw them (elves bc-Imtn TfanHkr, with Aflarances of a Ming and inviolable Fakfiy. " .. f"A (Jpaotbr Receipt of fo agmable News, her Ciarian M�-Mf az*Order*d ft Dmn to be fung in all the Churches, and tm|4eDdtiarge to be made of the Artillery on the Ram- TacGoreroor of Paltowa, and the General that commands MCbaaia, bate icfpectively fait Advice to the Czarina, that fir Tartars were in fuch a quiet Dilpolition on that Tide; that dr G&cks would have an Opportunity to get in their Har-�i�chocllDtriiupi�i). IJhcre ar�, however, certain Herds fxagakct ia the Pofcih Ukrank, but nut fuflicknt to create icy Alano or Apprchenficn.' The BaGiaw of Bender has been 4fig4in&t*ct\ gooo Men from his Garrilen to lend to Con- jufla, J*!j 13. The Juntoeftablilh'd here by the new Goraasest, M�* already began to put their Power tn Exe-taaos, and the ether Day, without over-much L'.Tcmony, oder'd a judge haa the Bench, gave hint two Days to j'.ick sasasEfcCts, and iuo more to be gone out of the Kingdom, lkaasraifd by tix Favour of the Germans, nnd being IU-fjt&dtohave feme Gratitude in him, was thought mint to ftrj leapt in riot Country. The Duke de Bhonio narrowly cba'd baring tjsHcad taken off by a Caunun Ball from Can. Ttai General being unable to make his Approaches �a%�a that Town by Land, Las funk four TarUues upon at anther in the Sea, in order to crc& a Battery thctc Ifsttar, JiA 21. The MaHbal Count Konigfcgg, in tSBsjthc Imperial Array, having found Tome of the wounded Ilea lying in the Field for want of Barracks, ordered them to le carried directly into bis own Quarters. The Prince of w�essbug is perfectly rccover'd of- his Wounds, which J feet A audi fighter than was at fir/I itnagin'd. Famt, fify za. The Emperor a$fts daily in the Conn-obWdaajOaanooof dtejprcumt Situation oT Affairs. The Cam VFO&m is let out for Pcterfbarg, with the Charader *t Awiatttfor Exoaordioary to the Czarina, The Hiihop of Habere sad Wirobaiiig having reiign'd bis Poll of Vice-tSaaaiSar^ the Empire. ha� left this Ciry : His imperial J Usjdy pretsaed lam, before be went, with a Crofs of Dia-a �anij, worth 40000 Rubles. The Ambafiiidor ol Venice is t   sjeh bogy EAeeau Court, that his Excellency having been * ^"P*^ *� few D�y*. the Emp^rfm'hJ5C1>amberbin-J * Wtry ileroiagtoenqQiic thcStatcof his Health. 'Tisaflur'd, � -Sk theTToif brwten Wftzi^'i^li^^'MJEE^, t^^-fta^^^Orwjpos^Mihtb his Tiiipcrial Majeftv, is on At Yxsmat bang fign'd ; and t3at half willS: empioy'd in LmbiBAy, and tbe other in the hereditary Countries.   'Tis iwaMrkrd, widi Sotac Surprue,rtbaf am^%~'C&^rTncM'who' L^�pn�e&�d againft the employ(iig Foreign Troops in the Esapwe, arcfittK whorrfus'd tp lend a Succour of their own, Kt�aiuiandiag tic Regulation ol the Diet, or the prefent j^u^^xm:fM^'rnr~&i�dendv jflMt'd} that -the iaccaias cass'd tie OKoman Pone to t^Wiiatntcd, upon Jwrmadoa that tie Gxamt Vizir was arOng#Jffl&icd,4> break with the Esperor, that the lcalt Uotrotrrte Turks fttSnake oa the Side HunBirv, willbcbok'd tfflbn by her |l-�^atsTmlTnfl^nem of the Peace j arid that Atekde-?�MtfJ so afiit his imperial Majc)ly With all he? Forces.   As that the Pone is deeper involv*d than ever in the Jwj* �f *�rfiai and^fcat the whole Ottoman Empire is dif-f*�^-A ftevdtaka, we aie iudm'd to believe, that the fclsrbof the Turkuli Ofe.er Jicre, is to give our Court new Atssasm of the Grand Sigmor't Kclolution to preferve in-*4%.d�r Peace with the Emperor. 1*^*. 7*^ *6 On the 23d a Courier arriv'd here from UUA Advice, thai his Majeily being awiv'd near the _ ^MipbeW Daatuck, the Kullian and Saxon GenciaL, to-% *^ * "'"oous Deputation on the Part of the City, �t ^e Diftance to inca him, and afterwards accoia. s ***!Zjif m *** Ct0iea! of Ol.va. A5 toon as the Kmg kf j*** *� p�**ick Enuy into Oantxick. the Artillery will JkfaMm/ Uom before it. the Batteries ra*\J, and all the SI!^fcn.1aDdifl', y alfC'lJy    f,Tt,Vd �aw to boW thtaiiclvc* reauy touiarcii, bui it n not known *J**a : S**1* tiunk thry will inarch in two Clouinns wards Warfaw, in order to drive the Enemy bfit Of Gffit Poland, and at length clear the Kingdom of them. We expect his Majcfty here in a little more than a Week, certain Affairs, relative to this Eleftbratt, being left onfettkd at his Departure.  ' ris th&ugh't, the 6000 Men will inarch for the * 4 *i it f Ml to Rhine ilxm after the King's Return ;thcy~are W be command-cd by Cicneral Dicrnar, a Relation to* the Geucral of that Name, now at the Couft of Great Britain. The Deputation frOm Damiick, whkh waited on his Majetly with thcSwb-niiirio'ns of that City, was compoo'd 0/ the ekhrll Burgbcr-Marterk one Syndick, loaf Countdlrr?. and twehc Reprefen tati�es ckofen from amoiigft the Burghers. Two Statoits from the Crown-Army, with about 306 of- their People, aic ivmc over to h� Majelty. and have been prcfented to hifci at the CorwtHfrtfOKva. 'Tis certain, tiutnoSttac U toft uttturn'd to gain the Palatine; of Ktow, who is at the Head o( the Crown-Army ; but all Endeavours have been hithcito un-fuccefsful. Hamburg, Juht 3CX The Refident of Denmark has recti v'd Ora?rs from his Court, to enter into a Cot>lercncc\ with the Deputies ol our Magillracy, about reftoring the Com merer of this City with bis Danifti Majctly's l>ominicns. They svritc from Lcipzick, that King Auguttus is esptilcil back from DnntEick about the $d of next Month. Several Companies of the Body ol Troops, late empioy'd 111 and about Cracaw, arc return'J back to Saxony, they, are to make run' of the 6000 Men ,to be fent to the Rhine. Tkey write from Berlin, that the King ol Pruflia has onlcr'd ftvcral Regiments in Pruflia and Pomcrania, to 61c off towards the Marches of Brandcnbcrg, with all their Fivld Equipage. r�ople arc hatd at work in the Atlcnal o! that Prince at Berlin, to get ready a large Quantity of Tents, and other Military Stores. TSse Troops that are in Quarters on the Upper-Rhine and at Wez*.!, and the neighbouring Places, are tpetdily to join, in order to pais in Review before bis PruiLao Mak-iry.  They write frost CaiTclL that upon Advice of the Surrender of Phihplburg, Prince William had ordcr'd ibmc Trtwps to march towanis Gieffcn, Marpurg, and CatzencUebogcn. And from Dant-tscIc, that notwitkilinding the late Miferies the Inhabitants have fuffcr'd, they arc in high Spirits, upon the Mopes of laving their Liberty and Commerce rcllor'd to them. JTb added, that a Urict Search had been made after the Effects King Staniflaus was thought to have left in that City, imt that very little had been found of any Value, moil of his P�ie liaving been convened inn) Money as his .NecciLucs^lucACiJcd it. Biajpls, Augajlt. Our Lctiett from Naples advife, tlat the Spaniard* iwve not been yet able to rxficgcGaeta m !o;m, for want of Artillery^ and other Neceliarics ; but that a 1 rein was nc^arriv'%f be/ore ir.of ftveaijr Pieces of OrdinactX and leveml Mortars; tnjtt they"were accordingly very bufy in erccliiig Batteries, but all they Jul in the i\igh( was 1c-vcll'd the next Morning by the Canrwia of the Town ; and that the Heau were become foejtctflive, that the Spaniards wete appreheufive of lofing their Men by a noxious Quality in the Air, which ufually a&CU Suangcrs duringthcDog-Days. Deal, A*&fl 1. Wind S. W. His Majefly'sShtpsremain. Saii'd this Morning, St. Quintm, Canham, and the Hanover Alliance, Major, tor the Ealk Remain, Samuel, Trccothrkk, the Thomas and Margaret, Mead, and the Leopold, Hatdy. for the Eafl; James *nd Rachel, Fowler, for Cadu Arriv'J, Cork jSaUey, Verden, from Jamaica ; Happy. "George, Roandtafall, from Barcelona t-�kraioi tandiheld, from O-pojto j Batdiclor, Fcrguibn; -from Cadiz ; Loudon. Savage, from Venice i with fcveral others, whofe Names we cannot leam.    ' -------------- .... " LONDON. We hear that the War Captains and other Attendants c' Tomo Chachi7 the Indian Chief, who had his Audience u: the King on Thurfday laft, were very imponunite to appear at Court in the Manner (hey go iii their own Country, wiucd is only with a proper Covering round their Waitl, all the reft of their Body being naked; but Mr. Oglctboip, whom they reverence as their Fathcrr/ccommending to them the Dtrb they liave at prefent, they dedin'd any further Solbciuticns They are perfectly well thap'd, and in their ordinary nuuoct of Walking is exprefs'd a wonderful Strength and Agdity: This they were confcious of, and unwilkng to ha� coa ceal'd. - Their Paces were painted in a furprizing manner, ibme half black, otheis triangular, and others wnb oearded Anew* ib-llead of VVhiflters. Tomo Cluchi the Chiefs and Scnauki his Wife, Were in Scatlet ainSaVSfwirh Gdd ; the redr in Blue. After the Audiences of the Royal Family were flciJh'J, 'they were (hewn all the Apartments of (he Palace, tie Magnificence and rich Ornaments of which fecsn'd so give them an equal Delight and Surprize. This Day their Majeftksantl the Lyal Family will uke the Diveruon of Hunting in Richmond t .w-Patk. His Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales luteals to dine ai Capt. Jackfon's new Lodge in the Cud Park. We hear from St. Cbriilophcr's, by Letters date J the 7 th 0/ June, 1734, that the fame Day his Honour Lteu'-uont Cctn.il l'lcming having icceivO an Accountot tiie Minugrot bcr Royal Bighnels the Princ-.fs Royal with the Pruice 0.' Or-i ^ , immcdiatsiy call'd a Council and A&uibly, a .J uiviLrJ c.un�. rud other Genckmcn of Dilhnciion if- ihc 1iIai*j, tu a Enceitainment, where they drank ii>e Hc�lthi ct the k.ui�. Queen, Prince and Princcls of Orange, awl the ittt of li.e Rcyal Family, as likcvwic thoi'c of bir Rob.rt WalpoL- *aJ tJie otJitr F1 icnds of n.c Sugar Colonies, under the Diiwiii.-^c of the CunnoiJ of tratlflincT Laft Wcdnrfctay died 21 Sotsn Pirfc, war CLiTwkk, Hie Lady of his ExcdlcBcy Gcecral DkaMr, Minulcr �t thit . Court frosa the Landgrave of H�te CarlU. Oft Wcdaettay bA at  Ccw: cf Directors of the Ea8-fodfct Company, tweo'n� cmtLSMpi ��ircJfe*4 fef tteir Service fat the enftnng Year, acd the faAc wi3 be taken into Ccufsclcratioa the next CocrtDsjr. * Ycderday three jrouag Tiger* wne wU!p*J ia the Dew at the Town'; 'Tis doc kactfn that that Sptckj erf Creatttjca ever bred in England before. Thurfciav lad brsBg the �rfl Thurfliy in Aogufi, acoorlrta> to acts ht and arrooat Cuttoiu. a Stiver Arrow, �altar Tbrat Pouodj, �m Bus !� a: the Butts at Itarro* eo the Hul, "tf eight Youths, in Archery Habits, cf that School, fou&kdp/ John Lyoh^Euji Anoo 1577 i w tea the iid Arm* was t�y Mr. Ctxidotd. Engi&cs, it was cxungudU'd wohoat doing much Dairagc. Ttic (une Mining about ?. another Eire broke oat at  DitlilicVs is RtJrrvti flicet, bo: was likewise happih/ CXtin-guilh'd before it bad done any coahderabk Di;a*g�. Yciletday at Noon the Soldier and bis Wife, who were lately cad by the Bench ot Juftkn at Hicks'* HaD, tar aCoo-fpiracy to (wear a Rape open Mr. Ladrmas. jaa Hood a fctossd time m the Pillory facing Mr. Ladytnaa** Haute, in Bioid-tlrcct, St. Giki's, and were feverrJy pelted by the Populsot: They were afterwards carried to Btuk-wcll, wacre they arc W be kept to hard Labour tor twelve McntJ. Wc tear from Scarborough, that bui Tuesday there Was a Hone-Race cn theSarsds. a four M:!c Courteof three Heat*, for a Purte of 301. ccsti-.t^ttd for by the Ce�ip*ny : Tbrra was the grcatfd Appearatice of Nobility and Gentry 00 tail Occaficn that bas been known, th-re beiej upwards of JO> Coaches and fix. and near jtx> Saiklb-.Hc�ti*"oa the Sanaa. Two raore Races were tolx Run this Week tor a Eurfeflf 10I. each. , lir*, y*Ir 30. Very few have been try'd this Amzes, <:nere tctng but about 13 Priibnm mmtrrtfJ in the Kakndat) which begsn the iii cj tic lc�L.n:. bclurcSir FraficitPagiy Km. one of the jn^k^s of bh Majedy'* Crt., bwijj" rt>� ft.!. I4!ii,      1  'C2aV *a ibc atutc^uc, at the KAi-L/��.TM4*V �b ci�w�*a-o�ttsf ./ X\*j4, isbti*!:. be l.�, �J�t� t� .1 ii:V �'.U>.>�' t��> tt, C^tL-v^tt. m.fl  ' ife� irfrTtfaifi tj      k- {i>>t., �iJ L�t>-JwJ*u. is U iU tat r��- �^.u- �. ,;;�. I x.: tiiyti V <.:!:, . ! t.?sil; cf yttktjfa.g saj tbjeg (if 1 1 1:7  7i-       -j*,        fa tvx b�i. etcry Sif/mm : t. e i.i - rcrusttsuos i~� t& Uc- Uua. fb, 13 tb�- Usxtk^1 ,0 Ni * �. r�>j,l�:. Adxcrtlfivunli in this Paj-er cf a mcderatc Ltrgtb qrc taken rrs Jt Taj St:!hrr^i ead\   

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