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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 7, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advcrtifcr. Numb. ioj?�. WFDNESDAY,   August;, 1734. HE F,-r"c> cqjadron which has la"'" iomr time ;n :hi- Road. i cy's Domciticks and B^ggaj;r : Cn? sh.p is indeed to ccf.�inue ncre 1-1 carry home their Sick> a* toon a fhry are fit to comrunr of the Hofp:?a's.. The Number of Ctli-ccr; and Sci.Vict* carry \l by the Rul-jiB foConftradt J? as tblilows* Of the Krgitnert Bbiiois Mr liMo-". Brigadier and Co!onel ; Mr. d-s Fnury, Lieu-tMrt-C^pncl ; thc-Chcvaiier dc IklSegiide. Major : i 5 Cap-^nj, 1- LieutenaM*. 17 Second 1 .irutenants, 5 Retorm'd O&tn.'s* Seri/ants and Private Men. Of the Regret*: ii PcTigord, the Chevalier dcla Luzerne, Colonel ; Mr. Rito, Lieutenant Colonel ; Mr, FAbefle, Major; 1 5 Cap-> niffi, 1J Lirutcrants, 16 Second Lieutenants, 34 Serjeant?, jaJ ;6S Private "Men. Of the Regtniuit of la Mart/he, the JiSjrrjaisde Belleferid, Colonel ; Mr. d� Vailianr, Lieutenant-^ipd ; Mr. iTAflou, Major ; 14 C; plain*," 16 Lieutenants, ^Secwd Lieutenants, 34 Serjeants, and 550 Private Men bail, 3 Colonels, 3 Lieutenant-Colonels. 3 Majors, 44 Cap Ui&, 4^ lieutenants, 50 Second I ieutrnants. 5 Ketorm'd Often, 102 Serjeants, and 1634'Pnvicc Men : Bolides whom there �a, 2 A'xncners, 2 Surgeon Major?. 1 j Gunner', 0 Senega, 14^ Footmen rjeiopging to the Officers, and 47 \\ omen wiChildren.   Tc.iL zi 57 t'cr.'cns. Sai&i, J*h 20. Upon the Breaking up of a grand Council *AVar aeU here a'few Days ago, an lixprels was lent to kretaniy, to acqaaric: the GciieiaL of ttie Aiik-s, that as foou i all the Places of this Kingdom v hicli at prefent contain CcTinia G irriibns arc redue'd, a a?n*id~-iabr2 Body ol Spanilh Tjccpt tka'l be lent to join their Auny. The_i)uke of Bitot^ who came hither 10 aiFiil at the laid Council, is roturn'd toGxea; irom whence we learn, tiiat the Impciulills have fcu.Td rarsrw to threw 40 Bombardiers into the. Place, and flit in the Night ol the 1 ztit lnllant, the Garnlori made a Ssih, in vditcb 6 Spaniards were kdi'd and 20 w-ouhded. ' Fia idled, tn*t tbe Fort which ilie Belitg alleys are ordcr'd'ro lad from Re-g�, la aiSil in the Reduction cf .Cotrcne, G-Ihpoljand Cnti-cih, which are Itill in the Hands or thr Irnpciuduls. Hunt, J ah 14. A private Congrgauun was held Ycfter* rlty tt ite Cirdinal Secretary of buu'Jf on occaitcn ol ccitain Lhfrrmcrs anltn Ix.vitxa {he Govemor and Inhabitant* ol KUZtiSga, a fid ol the Eccletiatlical Tcfritonei. The Cram dc Lsgmiio, the Sixcn Mioii'cr, had the lame Day a fcsg Confaeflcr with the Miru.lers of the Fop-, in rt-latioa to. 6ep;eienr Sr.aaticn of Afi'jiri iuT'oijiid, and the Retreat ol iutj itao.iijcs tiom Danndch. I its. Catholick Majcliy ha-t:'^- givirtt a Cokme�"� CoaiimAlon to flic Morocco prir.ee, u-o Ij.p.c time a  luipciiaiilL, would luirtt.dcr for �j::t     Ptcviljcnj. ll&t, J^yt 15. The King cf Pruffia is fliortly expccl'-d ^Ln: ttvim the Impciial Army, in oider. as 'us laid, to lonlult bt^eerfcaanc at Ley den. i he States nl Holland have re-- fclv'd ttrgl.e the recant I'roop in the 1 forte Guards to t?.e Son .-. |i^V)Mi4s�,-c�>-�.. sot.fit,thc.C . ratinic Leacn frotn Daniy*>A. ad\ lie, tTiat'"ihc Cou.t-h^d iiprci'd the Lwvem'ia fu-- l>eid:ng the p^rtKular Duv.^es in ��e Pionca-s, and thit ol Pol.lli Piutiia w^s 10 be Kiii 1 ; Djvvj tiiiii die Uutr.:�n and Sjivn 1 roups were to druwp iu a bide time ; that the frft would ukc their Rcu; tow aid. t.e I'Jites vvhcie th; laid'Dietv.-cic to bcIuUL and u.ai tt.e Una would go acd poll thcinUA-es m Great Poland. Fht'.c Letters add, tr^tjil. Kewufki bid beta dechr'd Kcgimenurv, ltd iiu$ ;.c u tocoaujiatd a i.u^il Luds of Troops, compcs'j � -p"^-ii^Saii liugooixs toco Loiijcks, atui the ) t..;ii the Merchandizes brojgi.t iu:o ^ 11-1 I i..}j.rr f.-oai inner     ol (u 'mile S;gi;i}:ca!jon, that 11 ^ > a k'.aiur cl r0 C  tlu. Cic>.vn wl.cther the .. cc":       c,en o: 1.0: ;       thit uie Qu.-.tituu-i of .. KLt lkaU' a:' �' excecu.�:g Imporunce im u.e Gcr M "^Y' pa�tiiu!-aiiv the \Ui.-.:,l    ad Mtt^Is, aiu i:!--' oiLn, w.'.uh ire a'tuwdids traiiH i>it. J lioiii 1 � r^i.ve u R..... ' �tijy. Turky ii. slid U...I it i:. 1     s�c:t oilv 1 i^J- ic oiuc ir.teuui.itJ, a gic*t li'j-^- �'->*11    Couifc *' cnrucio i'.c Lrr.j-ne ' r*u, s\i.jt 6 icmc lidlruct;t*s ol great Iii>pcrt?n  ui i.iwftli, le.ili V. li.coi t^^, ;^;'j t1. Ijoi .iJ^.^ts lioin tlie Ann)' in Iuj) Uic .\o..^r, t.^. tat I.up.i_ii...> li-ivc mai: le.ctil Ai- ferri't'ts to dilo^e from the Intrcncht+ient at the htid of our I!; i igc. and th� tncfe Skirrnilhes were lutticient to have broug.it cn a general Engagement, il our Generals had thought proper: hut it lecms that our Deli^n is to remain upon the Defenliwc till the Arrival of a conliueraMe Succour ol Spanirti Troops, which are expected in September or October next. F'lt'tifvrt, /fu-a/f 8. The Imperial Army having purfj'd their March four Days fucceiTtvefy, halted this Day about three leagues and a half from hence.* We hear that Prince EugenFs Defign is to pals the Main on the toth at Scnglingcn, after which the .Bridge of Boats will be reniov'd to Cartel, ever againil Mem?., where the Impefialiils will crol's the Rhine* and encamp at St. Croix, under the Cannon of the City^ ' lis rlTur'd that Prince Eugene will find it difiiciilt to cxccutrvjiis Plan without p.iiTmg in Sight of a part of the French Army. The Maiflial d'Aslnult is loencampM, that tho Centre ol" his .Army is at Guhdermlum, the rell incline towards llernrtieim : by wtiichDitpolition the h'renchTroops arc but twoLeagues from Mentz '1 hat General has dctach'd a Hying Corps to obfervc Prince Eugene's Motion-. The Elector "of M�k is rctii'd to a Catlle m.ir this City, together with his Court, and to D.iy Prince Eugene, accompanied by the Prince of Orange, and mcll of the other Ptincrs and "Generals is to dine with hi^ E'evtoral Highnefs, in order to cpMiuunicate to him his intended Operations. "Vellerday the Imperial Army happening to march nr.a� the Pleainre-houle of the Landgrave ol Hello- Dai mltadt, that Prince lent an Invitation to the King of Pruflia and the other Princes to conic thither, and accordingly his Pruilian Majesty, the PriTrce-RtVyal, Prince Eugene, the Prince ol Orange, and above .jo other Princes, went to dine with the Landgrave, ami" Ibid there levcral Hours. D.al, Augujl 5. Wind S. His Majefly's Shifv Princefs Caroline, remains in the Dawns; with the Jofeph and John, Story, for Dantzick ; and the Annc^Dail, who is jull arnv'd liom St. Ubcs i the other Ships tor the Full and Holland are laii'd. Came down and fail'J, Charming Nancy, Jones, lor Alicant. Arriv'd, Charity, Ticlcner, Irom Venice ; Augull, Bruoks, fiom Virginia ; Catherine, Britton, from St. Heine. LONDON. Extmil of a Litter from tbt Jmftrial Camp at Qui'igmtolo, July 30." " The General Count dc Konigfcgg, who wins daily the " F.ileem of his Armyt and is already in PolU-tlion ol their " Atfection to a very great Degree, takes all iinagin.iblj C4ie *' to p;ovure a plentnui Subfittaucc lor his Troops. However. " diivourag'd we might fcem lately, on Occaiion of our Re-" treat fru n P.irma, and the M islortunc wc had to have lb " many ol our Comrades behind us, that.jL)ay isjorgoiien, '* and the Conduct ar.d Prudence of our prefent G^rncraf has " to animated the Tioops, that their Cour.ig; and ripints Can hjtdly be coutain'd within proper Bounds. The I'rriu.h-arc " too near Neignbours noi 10 know tnis, and are aCLOtdingly " jr.tr.nchsng tliemlelvcs with gre;it Diligence" Lctiers juit arriv'd'Irom Mr. Soil.collie, hi^ MiijeHy'r. Am baiiador to the Emperor ot Morocco, iiicmixti, that his F>icl ltncy was lltil at Tetoan, tiigether with the l.vcial Othu-is and [Gentlemen who accompany'd him from Gior.iliar, but were happily at l.iH on the point of letting out tog- ther for .M;qu::itz._to winch Place ttie Emperor was laulv return'd Irom Ionic Expedition he had been nuking tuw�rd^ iiic Muuii- tlllli. 'j'he following is the Tranfi.uion of the Emprroi's Letter to BalTiaw li.imet Ben Ally Ben Abdallah, in Anlwcf-m-aac wnich that Baihaw wioiirbri^Occafion ol tlic Arrival of the i.i.^l.lh Amb-ilauor. 6 St/far. 1147' t. :ur Tiiothtr in CjJ, tic �TeJa's Miliiiier Pleiiij\)'.cntiary to the Mates Gciiri j! ol the L n.tcd PiONincc-, is lo cuntiiiue at the Hagi^c with the tame Ctu-r.iter. Fall Mtniday Nijiht died, at his l;afhrr's liouleat Kenfrng 1^11, the Hon Mi IujUs, cidell Sou ol the Right Hen. iiic I uh! loibe.. Ti.c Ki^i.t Rev thr Ford Bilhop of Wine heller, Prclite of the O-iriir, and Cle.k ol the Llolet lo ine iving, lay lull ,j./i daiij'eK.olly ill Vriit-n'jt the R.ght Hon th' Lord Harrington gave a grand I i.:e<:a.!.i:.em 10 Uwral ot ihe Miinhcis Ol Stale, and oilier I'liM-'l  Fill i.illcli, ill his of at at ll lelllialll in Sur^y. M'. Miller, a McrthJiu ol tins City, is inaJc Pui|icyor 10 lit ilu.lc li^aids, in ihc loom ol Mr. Charles Brent; They AVrite from York, that tnre* Men were cctnmi.tr4 Pritbnen lall W�k to the Caftle of that City, Tot eftliiiingMcii into Korrtgh Service. '    . , On Men Jay Morning about 9 o'CIock, a ftrgle High^iy* nun, will mounted on a Bay Marc, with a Piece ot black Crape ty'tl over his Face, robb'd two Ccaches a little on Hut tide Uxbridge, and took from the Patfciigrrt about 11I.U Monev. and three Watches. , . Tie Perlon whoihot Mr Billion, the ChocoUt*-maker, c� Thurld.iy latl, at the George Inn at LewiOiAiu, aslikrwifc %h0 other Pirfons who were conccrn'J in the Quarrel, arc 10 be tty'd this Day at the Atfimat MaUrtoffg. -' The particular Manner ol burying the Irudian^ who died act, Friday of tic Small Pox, and was inten'd the next N�bt in the Buriil-Ground of St. John the EyangcliH, in theHotfc-Fcrry-RoaJ at Wdlminller, was-actxrrthng to the CuRoo of the Inhabitants of Karakcc Creeks, as follow-j,. tix. the De~ ceas'd being few'd up in two' Blankets, with one Deal Board under and another over him. and ty'd down with a Cord, was plac'd upen a Bier, and cartiid to the Place of Imenntnt; 'I here w.-re only prefent, at the time of hij iving put intoth� Grave,'KingToino, fame of his Domellick', tr et pperChurch-W.itden ol the Parilh and the Grave-Digger When the C�nplo wai laid in the Earth, the Cloathj of thcDeccaOJ were thiowB into the Giavc, after this a O^uantity of Glali Bc^dsw rr Cent, ditto il. t is, Ptem Wcllli ditto Books ihut. Salt 1 Prern. I half.   India 143.  Sooth-h, with the Dividend,  Old Ditto l\cw Anrutlks to| 8t!is.   Three per Cent. Ah-Alncan 20.   Vork-Buikiicg* hil^ Lorukm Affurartce iz. Prcm.   Soutr.-Sei Dood* tt 3I  a 3!. 2. I'reio.   Tkre� b'.ngldh Copper il. 15*. allies 3 41b. a 1 per Cent. J-or the Benefit of Mrs. ROBERTS.    -By  a  Couipaity of CoineAtans from loth the Trains, " *   .- AT the New Theatre in rhe I lay-Market, ihn l>ay, being the 71I1 of AitjoII, vtih l.� ^rWc-ica T-hcr B F. GGAR's   O I' K R A. \( .c' e�ili, M". It 'tiefii,'1ifiu|i ifi*Tr�Ti7  J net . ;.ir�. I'-Jii.tio, Uitt. aa^c*" hum , 1'^ai.huUi, MT. Imtutl . lo | Mil- iit��.', "_____ To begirt -st: tsalf ait ffnttr"ilwr     "tfC&cJt'I"'''"" vTi�� u be h"i otate-l'wa** "�>'��.   n> she lliyfcrwif. Haxtt 4/. (>d.   6'.i/ir� ii N. B. Mr* K.rtvrr* hi�i�f * it'll liur .mc make he? trie cf, hurnbl) h hti liicu u� Co�UJn�.mii ul il, wii. f�>uur uti w.ijj l!,cif r.-.Trrp*i�*. Tin ii   to Rkr   Not'ue   to   all   Guilkmcm, Liuliti  and other7, T'.'tit )>-f> r 11. to l' . ( d�'t*z d-t timt..af Toriechanj. Court  Fall ) i, Ctf:C-a-(^Uof(iii.-W�t-t-'mrrs h>r ton trifli, rtt.-f .imn.j i i it.c [u'l /.Cxi.>u,� *fcl �xttumvi*' Liu . *�.! byihtin vjllt'c prcl. .ltd .1� ii\>crt>og HtnS;~tiSt4' The  S I K G F  of r R o r. Willi ol iiic Sccnc f^cd {a I: c Ijiii     I ike-, ile Ij'tral ht.icia>nriic:'(� or Si..�uig tt4 Vtct^.f. jj.y H.i iicirn^nli.i: Uci:ci>y of 111**. wh<�in he tttigiica k it 11 Siii/aftuii 11 0�' ill. <-jn,bi|Jfc, ami mil o! ibe t.piulCtiKa iu iti.i k cgaiiui i *ad �Jlow  a Jto be lut befl ftt- luim"' iahurul*. iily The tu'p'ifnc Ynurh, who i�  �M<- "F ptt* nuig uj titSag by A'lmur "I l�" /al Wn wmk, being fit fo-si b gh, �ftry FiCaM Lci'vr lakcu Ir �ro the Li|c N 8 I he rule feitJiauiKC 10 be IcCn from T(o ias lha ktorSMC to hi c �' rsitb'. STOLN or Itray'd on Thurfday the ill Inft. otii ol  "r. a MatB 1,. lie, <)xiui 1* U�� 
                            

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