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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 9, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The �>aily AdvcrqfcK Nq^K ttor. Fk I DA Y,  August p, 1734- L- - A H E JIkm-*"cs eff ibe Maritime Powers cossi&?r i^urr da&saxa with thofe of tfe Esaprscr. upon thr method of rucsngaa iaf^j end ta the War: We bepe a good !eae from their Xcgocia-taeesv "bat   tab? the Dwrtficn of K!.:b-gg s2bcr fcx feme Hays. The Elector of B��us� ptrtsiS* m las RrSfeion' do: to fufferthe Troops cf die CkcJe that Efcsaceaig ro bite a Piflagc Thro* 1^ Terriffiriev wuloott ffctfi fcsrisjg ferae Security lodg'd in fct fiasds by tie Priaco aad Scales (drprsiimg oo the faid C&ck, for pojieg tie Expooow thai Troops fiuli incur Ameg' Ifacnr Pafegr. in Fwwafeow aid caha Necdlarics. The Count & BafisstBr. Eaaa^ Prisae \Siaifttr to the Duke cf Hourem Gottorp. �* teScsd so La* Royal Highness Fatter, ij the good CScrs Cf scene NcMtinsn of this Court. Antral Wutargenan, Ease Gcrotts cf Fialip&Hrg, is not yet �rf�*d tier?, bus ��r2y caytfiail: Ha Izspenal Majcfly is isiaf&fo of t&e Bravery aal CceJroei of rJbit Nobleman du-oag theSiege. c&at be b asspxsssai"& Cieuf tuarfosa* Mark of as favour.: The Bason dleZecii, Envoy Eaorsordinary from tSe Ccurr cf SaxsEj. kad a km Dirs ago a long Conferrcce - "fita Maa2e� at- Sew. toa&Mgthc Afikiis of his Mafter ajttgAjgusia. i^fececsxfccaaPcliijdtoD.nefdra. The ' Treaty ttrrduvie^ &x 3kliaiWu. eati-ps what fludl be Leic- 'V---** Tnao sfie Gatmias cf Sat Serene Highnt�, (kill �� ^f*^ ^ m,�^ �3k t"-'-�^ ItSiwy Hooouri; awl iliat it Tl be fees to tiie icila*�;* df tlit Miluli to return to their c*!* fiauto. aaJ ti siuc cctoi ftay m i& City uli iuch Tune a* 1^ Saajj^j. |�ao-}iil?1ft fluJl tiiit otJicrwrfcdiipiKxl of ticJa ; hiuiaa ttsi icaijiia'd ^� ilicu Arrui to tuc (_>o-lerccr. ^ " Tfiae citf Goiimuar fur the ting fliill caufc hi> ^ ^"rocpa ei cfctBrie i� eas Wiki^iliar. *iid        hinder wiy Uiacaicrt t�aa. bituii�   the De> tachmcnts and Parties they daily fend out have frequent Ren. counters, and receive one* another fo brilkty, that they feldoav pirt without leaving lomc dead on the Spot, and bringing others away with bloody Notes: Mr. de Klcinholtz, a rartizan'in the French Service, is very bufy this way, as is likewit'ethe Baron de Petrarch on the part ol the Imperialilh: Theft Gentlemen make Incurfions to thoxrySkirtsofcach othcr'sArnvy,^ They have not as yet met, but 'tis faid that the former is at prcfent cm ploy \1 to way-lay the Baron, who is tallied-upon tome private Expedition, with about 3000 Men, confiding of CuiralRers, Dragoons and HuiUtrs. Yellerday the French Mauroders ftript the Villages of rMchofshcim and Ebettlicim of all the Proviftons they could find ; but as they.wcrc carrying off their Plunder^ a large Party of the Imperial Hullars came up with them, and having kill'd fevcral of the trench, took the Freedom to partake in their Booty. Deal, A^ufi 7. Wind 8. His Majefty's Ship, Pfincefi Caroline, fail'ii Ycllerday Morning ;and this jVlorning fail'd the Clarendon, Carfe, for Guincy ; the Swan, Elefc, tor Cadi/.; the Joicph and Mary, Stqry, for the Halt. Remain, Anney Dale,- from St. Ubes, and the Margaret, Margaret^ from Ca-dijt, both for Orders. Came down this Forenoon and remain, Anns and Elizabeth, Jones, for Gibraltar ; Theophilus, Goodwood, for Leghorn i Samuel and James, Marcock, (or Cadiz. L O N D O Nv with more rrobabi%, aictfte taeJ^onisaaiwrV Ul:tlM8}ite -~^4 Drodts, firmm-dGen*a�k�f, *a�*�To�b thw pneolto ' ''^ (hew there auhw Day s bit it Met ^U-tmL^mg^M creeled to ha Memory, for tWie died tBGero^WA^ , + not near thb Place, and h�Osrp wttiaimM t__ MartiusatRome, Tbetrft Vtifbn wtow*�;EkeW.�rfti*r-^ City was Archbifljop Ws%n1�, who dMt m 10 (aid to have been Son to a WbecUright. frbea Electors bear a Wheel ra tbetrAnnn Tr�City'1ttf, by Attita the Hun, 10451; rebtnlt by Dagobtrt tfcc" France, jn 6 u i ro�ri*d bjf Ewperor Rrt��icfc^ m�t CS t and rtboHt bjr F.mpetor Otho IV His MajeAy has been plcas'd to promote Thomas Collier, Gent. Enlign in his own Royal Regiment of Foot, lately commanded by the/ Right Hon. tlie Earl of Cadogan, to be Lieutenant to a Company in the faid Regiment, in the room of Lieutenant Bufh, deceas'd. And to appoint --- Lee, Gent, to be Enfign to the fame, in the room of the faid Mr. Collier. John Reed, Gent,  is made Quarter Mailer to Brigadier William Barrell's Regiment of Fooii, iolthe roonvof Mr. !>aw yer. Collin Lawder, Gent, is appointed Surgeon of Col. R"ger ITandafyde's Regiment of Foot, in the room of Mr. ilawkim, I deceaj'd.   " 4 Yellcrday the Hon. and Rev. William Carmichael, L. L D fecond Son to the Right Hon. the Fail of Ilyndlord, was married, by the Rev. Dr. Lancailcr, Chaplain toJiis Ro^al Highncfs the Prince of Wales, at Bloomfbury Church to Mrs. Godfchall, a Widow Lady of great Merit and Fortune. On Monday kUt died the Rev. John Francis, M. A. Reclor of Harbledown, and Chief Matter of the King's School in Canterbury ; which lail Place being in the Gift of the Dean and Chapter, they have chofen the Rev. Richard Monins, MA Reclor of R ingewold, to fuccecd him in the faid Schuol. The living, i* in the Gift of the Archbifliop of Canterbury. ThcjRcVi Alls Wyatj .Vicajr of Well Ham in Eflcx, and Chaplain to the BiHiop of London, is collated to the Prebend ot iiarleflon in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, vacant by thcDathof the Rev. Mr. Be|l. Yefttrday the Blue Regiment of Traiqcd Bands of this City, cgm.manded by the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, paraded in-Broad Street, and afterwards march'd by the Royal Exchange, and thro' the fcveral Streets to the Artilkiy-G round, where they were -mutter'd, and made a very f.ne Appearance. The Right J-Jon. the Lord Chancellor having began, on Wednefday lall, to hear Petitions and Caufes by Conlent, at Lincoln's-Inn Hall, .cpntinues to fit^thereon, having found much more Butinefs than cxpciled. Ycltcrday Mr. Symon, BookfcUer, in Cornhill, was chofen -Printer to the Lieutenancy of this City, in the room of Capt^_|_ Brll, dtceas'd. Yellerday at a Meeting of the Covernors of Bridewell and "Bethlehem, it was mov'd to-chufe an Anltlant to Mr. Juha Whetler,..iiuigeon tp the faid Hoipital ; audit being put to the Queltion whether they fliould piocetd to fuch a Choice, "it,.wa< carried in the Negative. The fame Day the Right Hon. S:r_Jofeph Jckyll, Km Mailer of the Rolls, went to re fide fur the long. VMatj_Q!i,. at Bell Bar, his Seat in Hcrrtordfliirt;�tiie-Hcaring'.aliej ^muty*. Term being over. fie G v of Mints, icing ai prtfent ibriattnd i>.itL a 5.     fy the French sir my, atr hopt tbt D-fiiifttaii ofa Plji< thut ........ma'i fojfibiy frovt a vet gtutral 7api :h> utlian imV net bt uii unaictpttiLlt Jmujtnunt to our RiaJtri. ME N T'/, 'twas the chief Town belonging to the Romans in Upper Germany, jind.ibtJJtat-wf- tfterr tid-vcinur iJjeii:. ..^X4ie^awe"^robaoly comes from the Ktver .....Mali), ovcr-agaiiilt the NIouth of which it lies.   Seme pretend it wi) built 1364 Year* before the Incarnation i but other*  ii  ArchWbop AtWpbus of MiA^I 1462. Guria�w Adofplws took it trcm the !n�fwfi�lilU 1631 t ente�"d it with Tiiaatpb, and obWd the Citaam at By eighty thooond Crowmas a RaafaHl Ht tbefelim tal oufcstjalfothe Clergy to pay him, tour tlioo&ad, aad tlit: Jews eighteen thootand. The Imperiahfc tttdokitm The Swede* took 4t.agam next Yeanvatod Jhm it Ju^tM) Treaty <* Muofier. The French lock it iaif&k tMCajiit*   , derates in to^cl  The Freufch ct� p|t  , many Mons.leriej, Churches and pobhtk Butkiiagi.   TM -' \M Streets are narrow, and private Ho^^rtJ^ijfiK^^*3r5^ Cathedral has'mssy saagnSceefTotnb* of debeai'd �)ci. The Robes in whscTi the AicfcbwW&js l^-**t.^w<-nopy under which they carry the Hod in Pioceffioo, contalR": great Rkjiej, beir^ aU mbroidoM with P�il. The Cra�o# '-J confifb or 42 Canons 74 of which artCafitsbtft and CM&V-the Ekclor, but the rest are ooentcilcd; They muft all bt Gentlemen of Ibar Descents.  The ProteAaatt � n�ies'tO|;lf 4th, tot 1 half, a 1 4th.   Tircc prr C*M. Annuity 94. v Million Bank 1 o9.   Airtcui 30.   York-Buildings J | hafit Royal AOurance �;6 1 half. Lonitt* Afbranat it;   Niirt Bank Ctrcubtira 71.  ie�  Prem.   Soutfc-Sm Bonds af, 161. a i*4   Prem.   India ditto 3I, Prero.   ThtM prr Cent, ditto it. 16*. Prem. Engl A Coeper il. ~%fi.  WtMbVp ditto Books that-  Sa.lt Tallies 1 per Cent. Prem.    - South-Sca-Houfc, Londbii� ____ Auguft 8, 1734. pii E Court of DirtSencf tbtSouth-Sta-Cm* A**?.**'"* Kstiit. this thy 'Aiifexjmji to lalt At tbtir Hmft in ThrtttJnttJh-StrM, ' &r%i#fbtj {be tjfh SfpttM&tr Hujrt^wt 9 ta the Fire*.**, its. ( ....      .;�. ; Btixg utt cat Stujf thf CiStf-vSZ} D' ff>*n K R'TED 11 sc d Cars die 4th of A�jguft, t7$4t -,- 3 *"� frtfn taou Maty th 1* MiJ15t�". C uajatif. t&*_  x 6 oJ a Imii whIkiw SiiociL bntn ntit � >.!�ca�ayta\ b/ tr�4c * Si i..r,vf ittiJjy~^jrtpfc�fooT dirk tn*o Hac, �u�. ta, c�. �t...' b*� \ Ihw \a hi* FurcGeiaT -�- elttte-! itu at iiae t*ax lMw.tr �� urn taU hr(ira.-a( (rxi Com. r*W.Jai^>?|-T�tS!��-.Jt�\tvKj*Mc-, 5 K^'S^^lNmar^fiSMi hijli. b>rr. t: t,,uvs?:i u 5**�Ji, fc� t^a-.c'i"iK mp:cti.ui. ttA tt.ma !�--* rttir. c to yjto t)*i3ct, Jroriid. ta U.Mbitft liitct, 1 frtctt: fMt  l>*4   if al�. fha� JJverujtminu in tb'u Paper of a moderate Length are taken in at Tuo Skill-Kgi "hub.   

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