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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 10, 1834, London, Middlesex                                TheDaily Mvferafct ftiimb* tioi. SATURDAY,  August its, 1734. arrived a Mail from Hktidefs. i Pcterjbttrgi July 21._____ H E Staroft Zawiflcy, AmbalTador from the Ktogof Poland, who arriv'd here fome little time ago, is cmtrtain'd at the Czarina's Kxpcncc, as is likewise his mimerout Retinue: ThcCouttfeem extremely well plca�M with his Excellency's Behaviour. Brigadier dc la Mottc, 'Commander of the French Trcof* that wcic cankd fiom Wcch-fcUmuBtlc to Crcnhadt, has tent a Lct-�rto the Ccsa: tfOAerrnan, complaining heavily of the In-Sicr of f*h Treatment, anil that it is direelly contrary both JT^- Czvimkucn and the Right of War; but the Count Zjjri that the French Squadron having, contrary to the BjcLofWar, aken a Ruffian Frigate near Borahahn, with-���T twioos IXxlarttionoi War, or without the lead Pre-ta&thZi tie bid VelTe! any ways molerlcd or interfcrrcd with ^oa, herCsarifc iTajelly had thought proper tortake ufeef as JUtaito RepriliLs and was dctemiin'd not to relcafe them a&Taid ^hip ar.d lier Crew were ftt at Liberty, which her Cmift MajeSy recommended to the Brigadier to procutsif he ^4 fab own', as likewife to take Care that all the Cofls and Baanra might be repair'd to the utrooft Farthing.   The  Ccarkr which came Ycfterday from the Count de Munich �c toe, jiat an Atnbailider from Denmark' was arm'd at the Rsflba Camp near Dantzick, in his way to this Court. The Kobkstan that King Aogpflas fent hither from the Convent TOiiva, and who came with the laid Courier, has already fed an Aadkncc of the Czarina, and at the lame time deli- -tad a Ltntr, wrote with his Polilh Majefty's Own Hand, to ttonk her tor the cordial Affiflance fee has lent him, and to  'dof hbGarnfon, and Javing loaded lus Caimun witti * ftn^dge SHibc, diew theca up (0 adi'aiitag�xjufly, that when the" Spuiuds came at the time appointed, to the Number oi 4900 Wen, be javc ihcas fuch a warm Reception, that very lew tetam'd back to ttll the ill buox-f* ui thctr Kxpcdi;iijri. lliwiburgh, 4~-%*jl 6.   Our Letteis iroin Mecitfeinburg im- pott, UmDuke Voiles Leopold Jwv-iug leafm, iti  Jk:- cmary who refided a: Pcteiiburg was dead there, his lL^h- ntii was aboj: to dud ^uottcr in In; Kooui; and that the Af- fciriof thai Prince begin to put Oil a good Face by the I titer- p�ucn of the Piincei's bt> U.-.-jghter.   When hu Highnris prt-pOs'd Utcly to the States ci Uit Dutchy o! Mtcklcuibuig tanSSa Fuaalor"payTng the GaniiuiiioTDbiiiTu iiiid Sweiin, ~ V%$H: .fcnvjs conj^ed^rcadtly thereto, upon Condi- tiorj_^�t thofe Garriljns ihouid cake an Oath to laini as Com- s^ry-Dek^arc of roe tmj ire, but l>ul�e Cluries would uqt ow^aumthaiprc-vtlo.   Lviur^ iipia LeipUck of t!a: 41b I11- manica, that ai^rge t^asntity of Gyld snd Sii-.ir Mc- ���had been carry'd throcgh war frhec, in order to be diitn- b^rd and ti.rw.Ti amentjlt the Pn^lf, on the Day hi-. Pclidi 5Iijc2y paryoj'd to nukr Lis Fnny into Danr/irk : That tlicy ��e aceorditidy fuprjid to !cc that Prince returning to Dtel- ura uuftOit pciiiirmuig the Ceremony ; and tlut they had kirn'd *ioa Oiiva, tlut hu ^!a>.-ity iiad made great Pielciir:, ����*'CnT.>-iiai:, r, rfnflfflJs; the Civil Recrptioii he had met Vita. ' -------------,-----�____________ f^-., Ju'sJ S Remain, Mrtr^iret, Margin*. anJ Ann, :�rOiiew; wiUiiwiit, llaittiuii, lorbcvil. '1 h>: ml out^^d u.^tA are Cui'd.   W'iiid S. W. L  O   N   DON. TkeDctcb Mail uh:ch aniv'd late Lil Ni*ht Lringi Ad ��.c, thatiLr l-.npriul Ann* wa, aJ^anc'd uclr M.u./., .u.J �>' eacaej^j cu ti.c mh Iu*'um. N  S   bciun.ii Cj.cm *X>d Trioar, in which Lil \ i:isSe Prince Fugenc had ttra his head t^oiitcis.   1 tat hii lligtmeis inicnJtd tu pais the Main on the 13th, and dfterwards to crofs the Rhine upon two Bridger whicn w?rr btriWing o�er thac-Riwr- in the Neighbourhood of Menu arid at Uibcrich, in full Rcfcrfution to raarcK up to the French Army and give them Battler Atst at \is aflur'd that the Marfttal D'Acfeildt has recciv'd Orders from*his Court to rilk the Ercnt ol aft Engagetnent, the Fate ,' of the Empire will be probably known in a Jew Day*. Marfhal D'Asfcildi is cacarnp'd between Opptnhcim and Menu* and' is on hit Part preparing lor a Battle, to which BtTcc\ he has rccall'd tltc Body of Troops that was dctatchM towards Rhcinfells, and all the otficr Parties. The Martlul Duke de Noaillcs, and the Count dc BeiiilkvJjavc already jqin'd him. The MuflUl is throwing up Int�inchmcnts round his Camp, after the Manner ol thofe at Philipfliarg. From this Expectation of a decifive Battle, the Cities of Mcntz and Frankfort, and thu whole Elecloiate of ihe-formcr, are in a Conftcrrution.net to be exprels'd: The Inhabitant^ are flying away "with all imaginable Frcdpiatkm, abandoning every thing to' prefetve their Pcribns from the Fury of a ean-_ qucring Enemy, or the capricious Tranlpom ol viAoiious i*ricnds. They write from the Upper Rhine, that four Regiments of Imperial Huffars having p,il�d the Rhine at Mem.'., attack'd a Party of French Huiliirs mar Nicdcr-Ulm, and lort'd thtm to quit their Poll. ....._.. The Duke of Winembcrg is gone to Mcnrz. at the RecjucCl of Prince Eugene, to inform himtclf of theTtrength of that Place. The King 6f Pruffia is lltll with the Imperial Army. When Prince William of HciTc-Cartel, his Swcdifh M�>rty'� Brother, arm'd the 10th at the laid* Army, hit Higiinets made his firlt Vifit to his Prulfian Majeily, his fecond to t'rince Jiugene, and his third to tin: Prince of Orange. This lalt Prince has appiy'd himfelf lb afliduoufty to acquire Militaiy Accomplilhmeiits, that he has gaiu'd the Confidence of all the Generals,, and is become the mott popular yovttlg Prince in the Army : Rts^ghnoiVsNrable is ltkewii'e dilluiguilh'd tor its Splendour and Politencfi. X. ^ Letters from Dantzick advite^that the Refolution of holding a general Diet of Pacitication in Poland .has been laid afide, aui that the Eirecls of a general Arnixlly are to be firlt tried s lo that the Polilh Grandees and others are to have fix Weeks to fubmit themfclvcs, and all pall Behavicittr^to be forgiven, but after that Time to be deem'd and treatedNts Tray tors. On T'huctday the Directors of the South-Sea C^HVpjiny held a Court at their Houle in Threadttvecdle-Strcct, amilhaving dupatcn'd all the Bufinefs then before them, adjourrANo the 17th of September 1 but fonie Affairs of extraordinary portancc having ftnee interven'd, they arc-liunoign'dio nicer again on TuefUay next. Tfcc~Itfdianr^^ from the Seat of James -Oglethorpe, E% tu' Surry, ivir.g Tomo Chachi, Scnauki his Wife, and Tcouaokowi ihcn Nephew^ went. Yeilcrday in one of his Maiefty's Coaches, and Hic^h Water M Lonicrt-Bodge this Day, mil Mutates after & fit the Morning t and 4^ arm r� ia the Afttrooso. Yefterday Bank Stock iwt �.}6 | 4tht.   India t4t. � t half. So�th-S*� Trtdwg i�xk 79, 7� 1 4th. without Um Dividend.  OM Arawitirs 10$.   Uttto New Aonnitiet tot l 4tb# 103 a 1 ?tb.   Tim-fct Ctat. Annuity oj, � I 3 4th*.  Mdfion Bank tc>S.   Atriam 10.   Vcrk-BnildiagS < 3 l half.  Rnyal Afluranct   lyia'Mt,' firm Hi* 1 J im it* F�(mea, 4*4 ft#m J till J i� Afitrme*, ami oa WeJmtJUaj M&aiig ttfitt tbt S^h. N. B. Catalogues to be bad at tne King's Warchoufe, cm Monday the 1 ath indant. South-Sea- Houle, London,;-y Augott 8, 1734. E Court of Dirt8ors of' tbeScutb-Sea-Com-^ fA^fghvt Xjtnr. that tC^'^tSi^jifaJdlianttirHmJjtK f im tlx Fs/rxEwt, wis. ^54,9        *aJ Strtflt ef //jr.rsa SnaJ'im ftmft Bri** alt tbt Stwjf tlv Cvxfkt>.y ~ the War Captains and othjBr indtans in a hir'd Coach, to St. PauPs Cathedral, ar^tnv^Sfght of which magniheeat Fabrick they fhew'd equal Marks of Delight and Surprize. They, were from thence comTuckd to the Georgia Coffee- Houfc in Exchange.Alley, t^cTe^hey had a Collation of Fruit, Jellies, &c. and aiteiwards went to Mr. VarelirV the Fainter in Tiireadncedlc;Street, who is to draw their Pictures by Order "of the Truttccs for thc-Cuiony of Georgu. 'I'ney was |;kc-wif�(hcwn the RoyalTijiCJianjc, the new Bank, and other publick Buifdings.   ' *   *~-------- Vellerday was held a'Cfueral Court of the Governors of ChrilPs-Hofpital, for the Kltctibn of a Clerk to tl�e Bockin-Bay Halt hi Leaden-Hall, wlico Mr. Richard Woods, Citizen and Mercer, was. cnoitnr in the room of Mr. l'obia f  -arrJ*:?d-hBCc--�� hfl, and upwards of 600 ui tint whole. ~ Among the Company tow here, artj tlie Rt. Hon. Lord Cotnbury, L�id Ciavcii.Kad of Winthclfca and his Countcij, Lord Giimlttn arid hi> 1 ady. Far I and Counters ol Jcriey, Hon. Mr. \ libers, Ixxd iijiuy Beauckrk. Brigailicr button. Earl �1 Litchfield .uid ht� Coun-tc!i. Lord.Shannon and riis La3y, l/�rd'Molirwiix; If0:1. Mr. Southwell, Mr. Fox, Sir Cpnyeu D'Arcy, H�n. Mr. Craven, Sir H. Fiigkfivdd, Sir R. Bradlfia'tglv'Sir TIeh."SI�wll>y. Sir JVViliiMn VVentworth, Sir Geo. Cayley, Sir WiUjam^alford, bir Rowland Wynne, Sir John Tyrwkitt^ S� William I.ow-tber, Sir M ilea StapyIron, Ced. Cholmoodeley,, Mr. Mailer, Mr. Duncomb, Mr; At�fe^,~^/Slfs^diearrfi'M*-WoUafti>i�r Mr. IJlackctt, Mr. Lillcr, Mr. Frantptcn, Mr. Lille, Hon. Mr. Bufcaweii, Col. Lydall, 6cc. -i-ady ULmit, Mrs. Guidott, Mrs Fox, Hon. Mils l.'oylc, Hon Mr*. Sourhwcfl, Mrs. Schutz, Couute&'of Frhnghatu, l�ady Wentwouh,. 1-idy P. Cholmondeley, J.aiiy Moliucux, 1-ady 11 Cbolmauikle)', l^idy Slingtby, Lady S. tiliirley, Hon Mrs. Vcruey, I-iJy (.JLaylcy, Lady Legaid, i-idy B Fielding, Lady St. Qoititiu, LadyfevWyr^si^JM^i^e, tec. There has not been uluWU lo gieai a Cunccuilc o! Coafpaiiy^aj dufia.g,l!>i:_i>, nisti 4 SiNu Lau. 1 . a w t.joir l>ii 'ga h.u� tuWt. !.*��> Auhi.. m htu.-t.Bit, LuiLbuiy, thali ume ua>i OiiJ.i i\4**(4. bvU-e�     ical'^i-aUc i.fca-t.c. R O f T E R D A ^� 1 rinrnu IMtm, Ct4Twn�aiKr. < ( to -a t n anii I'.lU'i^crs,and may bal^s^* mmt ia tht- l>uul. ^Waik at'kschiL{e TruBC^ the AmrkrJiin C iffi-lustr* ur it tM JMI a- fil .fclCaanC�, at Miihacl Bfc4'* mt tlt� Tieet �car T��c� IX*I. T�� �no� CoUiiw". Uaic Slallcr of Uoijiiiiu Stay) at CoJ�a'� Cutree4sut>u Mar Ji. Kainutae Siair*. Joliri Twjn^an, for tbt Majltr. Iflsngtan - Tuwpike^\ THE Committee appointed at V General Mettle ol  c trUUe*, be ia tbs rich Oiyfrf Jutf\( powi.r*.� to (u ii> bic-un ol"<*�fil fix.* uf I'xiamcu nori ih.* i.ijtliwai* liom f.jtfq. iltte*ittcitm uj^tim'j, (MeJa|) in�he a|cb4�*v-{^f 'if Tftmt ':f "Ft�?'-rn> Ccwrt Fan }      tit V*4o rnuf tu TIvRVVI N'a iwlluttin^ Euicrtatiiimcnts, viz, lit. Ti..|  (i.c fvt l>ti*. 't-y 'u�u'4| ttjt l"l   *�4 (witucMUf LUC . ti^Xtl ,i; :l U-fUliiUj ili diktft.jig UltdJ, i.nU'4 The SIEGE  ol" TROT. Will) ..I (he \<(tci.!-i.:.L^tau4 UcoijI^ci, o�ap(�4t* c:.e Um.    tui.is- i     a' tsu'iiAoi^iii ui ih t SfisttUj.) a. on i:, Cuiitxiifc �*>r in J| �r     capita,! Cum* tutnrt 1'ilo.Jfc. .....------1_ ..J" by Atti�t.r ul UjiJy,  -v.h.:ff re.l.r.: -i* la Le fcea froa tea � Um Moraiac i     .      .... - -� MvertXments in tin P^cr if a moderate Length an uhr. in at T.a ^-   

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