Sunday, August 8, 1734

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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 8, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily AdvertUtcf. Thursday, august 8, i/ja- Xtferdoy arriv'd a Mail from France. "*VerfatiUs* Augufi 12. ESTERDaV the King went to lie at the Callle of Rambouillet. His , Majdly has promoted to the Rank of Brigadier of his Armies, the Marquis de Kenel, Son-iruLaw to the Lite Duke of Berwick, and Colonel ot a Regiment of Sactetrc, as a Rccom pence tor his Difraich in bringing hither the agire<jbk New* of (he taking of Phi-lipfburg. The Dauphin ha* been for fane Days confin'd to hi* Apartment* on Occaliofi et a iiight - InJi^Don, but the lame i* happily gone off without any tU Parh, Aug�j1 14. The Duke of Villars has been elcfted b� tbe FrenchAenslewr* 'mo the P^ace vacaT �y the Drain of tk late Marin*! his lather. lieutenant General Guerchois Isikad �t Parma, of the Wounds he rcceiv'd in the late En- - -��8W*L-^CJ*minjta Year of his Age. The lalt Ijgsas from Italy advilc. that the Grots of both Armies re-nam'd in their old Situation on the Banks of the Scccbia, but llut 15 Squadrons of our Dragoons bad been decach'd to Re-cioto, a Brigade of Horie to Gatafa, and another to Gonzaga. A Report ran in the Camp, as if the Enemy "had a Defign to i jSanaon theii Inttenthments at Rovero, and to withdraw crols the i*o, in order to try to pafs the Ogitu. in hopes of being able to penmate into the Miunere; but as they feeni at prefent �rv qaitt in their Camp ovcr-agamlt us, we give no Credit to flying News. I b�v write from our Army on the Rhine, that the greatefl pin of their Troop* was advancing to Mentz, in order to fum-cora tbat City to py its Contribution; and that in cafe it re-tto'd, the Maxftwl D'Asfeildt would procttd dircclly to bom-tatd it, taa: the Elector had thereupon deputed two of-the CoimotR ot' his Church to entreat an immediate Succour ot Prune Eugrnei and that hit (aid llighne& had accordingly dc oun Ccmpijii.', in the room of Capi. Mou tagu Euftgn Robert Daaei is picmcted to be Lieutenant in Capt. Gregg's Company, u, the 100m of Lieut Guenn. AxJGeorgeAldaot, Gent, ij appointed to the Colour-, totiwrcainc/ Mr. Dacrci. Mr. Webb, Jku of the bte John Webb, Eiq; Governor ol vpnor-Cfeik, ha* oUain"d Leave to exchang- nis Commiiiicii a*Enfign in M�w Dalzrll'i Reguwcrj: of foot in 11 eland, �*nh I4r. Bicwr., hiiftgn to C-ptain li. ougliicn'j ludeptiiJcnt Company ol lakiLJj at Sx�;einn's. As has likrwifc Lieut. William Burton, of Col. Phineas Bowles's Regiment of Dragoons in Ireland, to exchange Corn-millions with Lieut. BLigh, of the Right Hon. the Lord Ty-rawly's Royal Regiment of Futileers. His Majclty has been pleas'd to appoint Lieut. Keatc. late on Half-Pay, to be Sub-Ueutcnant to his Majclty's fcoood Troop of Horfe Grtnadier-Guards, commanded by the Hon. Col. Henry Berkley, in the room ot Lieut. Brightman, who is to go on Hall- Pay in his room. Cornet Draper, of Brigadier Churchill's Regiment of Dragoons, to be Cornet to a Troop in his Majcity's own Regiment of Horie, in the Room ot Col Lone, pretcrr'd : And Cornet Midland, of Col. Ncvill s Regiment of Dragoons in Ireland, to be Cornet to a Ttoop in Brigadier Churchill's Regiment, in the Room of the laid Gentleman. Mr. James Edmondj, Quarter-Mailer upon half Pay, is made an Enlign in the King's own Regiment of Foot, lately commanded by the Right Hon. Charles Lord Cadogan, in the Room ol Enfign Thomas Columbine, who is to be placed upon half Pay, in trie Room of the (aid Mr. F.dmoriaV Ycllerday their Mi-jdUes, and the rcltotthe Royal Family, took the Divciiion of Hunting a Stag in Richmond-Park, which after a Chace of an Hour and a hall, took to a Pondjj the Day being very hot, his Majclly order'd his Life to be fpar'd, and about 2 o'clock return'd to Kenfington. Ycllerday his Grace the Duke of Buccleugh, one of thefix-teen Peers of Scotland, arriv'd at his Houfe in Grolvctvor-Stjrtet, irom Scotland. l'jil Night the Body of Sir David Nairn, Knt. was departed in a Vault in St. James's Church. Lalt Night, at 9 o'clock, the Bilhop of Winchellet was given over by his Phytkians. . They write from Edinburgh, that bis Grace the Duke of Argyll will fpecdily/ct out for Ixndon; arid we hear hisCiiace wilt review the Royal Regiment of Grey Dragoons :n the Neighbourhood of Berwick, as he paffes� and that he will alfo review lcvcril other Regiments in the Noun of Eug-Lnd. , They write alfo from Edinburgh, that one Mrs. Banks, Wile to an eminent Merchant of that City, died on Sunday Sc'nnight, thro' an Excels of her Piety. The Sacrament having been that Day celebrated in the Cannon Gate Church, hV bad fpent above eight Hours in her Devotion* in the laid Church, till at hill finding the Fatigue overcome her, tbe was carry'd home, and cxpir'd about an flour after. ' *'i'is aflur'd from Aberdeen in Noith Britain, that Meal of this Years Crop wis fold in that Market near three Weeks ago. On Monday Su'nnight the Mayor of Ncwcaftle upon Type, accompanied by feveral of the Aldermen of tbat Corporation, waited on the Right Hon tbe Earl of Scarborough, at his Scat at Luinley Callle, 10 congratulate him on his Arrival there, and were elegantly cnteruin'd at Dinner : And on Friday his Lordflup was pleas'd to rttuip the Vint, and dined with the Mayor and Aldermen. We hear from Shorltownt near Bamburg-Caflle in Durham, that on the 29th of lalt Month about Noon, 63 Bottle nofcd i-ifh came on more there, 60 of which were between 14 and 19 Foot long, the others 8 Foot long, and rcmain'd alive till next Morning : At their coming on (bore they made a moll hideous Noiie, and were h'rard the Night before by the Shepherds in the field*, it is computed they will make of their Bluhy r about 10 I. Lalt Saturday the Affiz�s ended at Monmouth, which prov'd a Maiden_AlIize5, and the Sheriff, according to Cultom, pre-fented the Judges with white Gloves. Admiralty-Office, July 27, 173+. TJIS Majejly having been graaeujly pleai'dy by., J--* bii Warrant umitr bit JityaTSign Manual, daitjlit 101b fjunr*,\~iy, to tftibtijh Uhdht R&lit au�f)>Jtt> fir ill oelttr Geven;went uf iht Charity for Rditf oJ fear tt'iJowi ef Cammijjian and Warrant Offictrs of tbt Royal Ka-vy ; Tlfrlt art to givr^?totht-H> all fuch Widaaut ai aJortfaiJ, ivloft HnjianJi Jit J an or fine* th* 30/A 0/' Auguft, 173 z, thai Caput ot' the jut J Rulti and Qr&en an hJgtd ixitb t^e CamMtjftouin of bit Mu-j'ftit A'�i/y at Chatham, Portfmouth and Plymouth, aid ul/i witinbdJterks of tbeChtijue ai Btftford and IfWwii, and iirtth tbt Naval Officers at /terror*, Dtat aud Kin fait ; hvhrt^ thty ma-f be inform d ofxiU Particular> iM emtntit,rid, may apply try I.,tin ihojHut Coibeti, Efq\ at tbiiOjJine, vjhv .t*f. at t>:i Ofle oil TuefJay the 10/ii of S.p/ernl/er, at H u Cluck in the .\ t 'ir nt rjy p to re: 1 rue and adjuji tl-e Claimt ot all /�.'/. WtdfiM at 'ball be qualijy'd according to the jaid Ruin Mid Ordert. To be I - K T T or SOL D, And cutdr'cl upon \mm?J:<ilehy if reqi�ir\lt ALarge Houfe, fit Jor cillVr a Private or I'ubliU li. u c, v 1I1 1 .at *>4<.i  0.k';�rd *e ) ifu^'J Mi.o 01 Um.i1.ju, 1. < |il6�iAua...^ H LlbuaG.oOi. ti.q 1 u- c v. 1 Willi Ot Wltlljul 41jC .i> k*apc>. High W�trr at LonoVn-Bridge t\at Day. at 4s Mimtd after 4 in the Mornieg, and i afur 5 ia the ArktnuM. -..... Yefirrday Bank Stock �� 137 ) ^ths, 137. Iadit tAt 3 4ths, 1+1. Scuth-Sea Trading Stock 79 3 4th*, ^9, �fil*r> out tbe Dividml. Old Asurattiei to; 1 41b, 105. New Annuities 103 c Sths, 103 1 4th. TtoM fti 1 Annuity 91 3 +ths, a 3. MilboQ Bank 10S. Atncaa so, York-Buiidingi 3 1 half. Royal AtTuraact 96 1 \ don AlTurance 12. New B�ak Circulaticn -A/%jg, Prtau South Sea Bonds :l. iSs. Prem. India ditto jH. 'firoiL Three per Cent, ditto tl. tjs. Prem, E^ngliln Cbppir tl, WelmdtttoB ak�that. Salt" Prcn. 3 4tluper Cm. Charitable-Corpotation-Houfc in Spring* _________Garden, Auguft a, 1734. T'HE Court of Committee of tbe fetid Cerpratbu Payment of One Sbillitg in tit P***J, %Ukb fytht Amm** lull tecimt due the x^tb of frbrumry next, tit JSnJ CrnBm$_ etlniiif a Difttait of fix Mmtbi Imttrtjt nr th*i*mt at th Rate of %L per Cent per Ann. and that Attentat* miill 4# given j*r tbat Pmrfeft at tbtt Hmfi, every fufiiaj ami Fridaf till the lytb Inflani, from \Q t� | a Cite*. N B. The Cicduots are dcbrM to bring their Noon lad Bonds. O T T E R a DM, THE Neptune Sloop, Joha ItMtbMi Cocmminitt, tail* oa Vtoaiaf neat, aad eum lit* at M. Katfaatioa'sStaiCV t* ukc io Goo**  J WtCcfi*. The MalfcC ,' me be Ipoke �itb en �kc U��b. Walk at III itat-i*i the Aoaiwnl�M Gr4fe�tai^L vti tbe Red LfOTial ^ t^k��i���V _ .ttev. near itM t�f ai Blli�^ i n* Mi. HlM^: ai the T>;rc ��r ToWef-Ootk, �ad as CoUka*. Mb-*.**". johnTwy�iun./flr/^Af^r.. To he SEEN, j, tbe Lang Room at tbe King's Ihcatrt im tfo H-ty - Market, " " THAT fuprifing fkn of an call'4 �h� MIClToCOSMf ot ibe W..tM to atiaunfe, tatalf taiW� |y - It lube UMrft carsovsaaa Maaatftnt jfaM of Mwh�niia cvavoueeaf iniiKwt, �ai. hzi tKnthcwa otfort tta loyalfltmifjr.aiNt ' m*l o� ibe NcbiLuy aof Ccatry. <�wl� �" aainmcijaa. T'i* th--*0�" *� ,*'0 "* m'TTi *"E>�� rea ia the Uonikg iiQNIaa at NgtWi. wwttiMt a*| SuSuiu U�.T� ----" wmw-m y^ff^Hnt ------ , -.�ic� shocmiijr/.of alWaiv <hy Cwnpariioo. Ja�k btoma Unk Hut. 4uf(- ..... .k......__."~~""�� pUii< IU'�.-- Wno(<x*cr ��ke� *nA1s*x�*� tba *r�*<f�i4 Ittfcnasra. ot enticrol ibcra, id auf Oaal, *! �i�cj t*j:tc^ tlxtaolto liasry �W. plc, fcl'l, ia W lauJ-T*'"*. Whiieb�U ; of (u (Ik Coawutdu^ O&er 01' tiic Uiil Kc��BK.u *i bdii^(\�%* <u *oJk�*tr. (hltl ttuue tW C*atof iT.'io. ih� ';un ui Rcwajjd, *� �o<f stwte fhi uaiUtw'4 bf Afi J la/liaaicrt tut apvr:t.t�iii(| J Ot!ert<i�, TII L Proprietors of Shares, and Receipts I .is SbM , i� >it f�*<JwJa--I.il I C)mr�ny._�f� v^m aw. *ikl�. � ii*J�a*i�t � �Jfc u� Se. Muli*�; t-aliey. Owi^JJ, co tJ ,itt itklico ta th* rotMo ot it U tf;w*�*4, *t*t �l�j a r?mitii'|Tt A* 1 he ..i�N�c�'U'*-a ** thill *ff.ti�. LOST near Tcmplc-bv, on Sunday the ibth ut Juiy �(, a ii�f c 1.1 a vu.ci Waacb. if* Noam Ifma |>� UliOCr tiiu;> i: :u lt<c i�o CtiUiin� ia Oottmtama'iStu t*j grca.cr E:�a� wtl bea.ffsr"i. Mverhftmenti m this Pafer of a mode,alt U^ib are taken m at fw* W�J� y 1�

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