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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 12, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily MONDAY,  A vg usT.n, 1734. ItjUrday arrived tbe Mails from France and Flanders. Naples, July 27. H E King's Equipigw fet out this Morning tor (.acta, and his Majetiy intends to follow the Day after Tomorrow. The cldeit Son of tnc Chevalier de St. George is arriv'd here, under the Name aifo of Chevalier dc St. George, and is to accompany his.YI jelly thither. The Duke de bitcnto, who commands the Siege, has rais'd againit the Town no Icfs than 17 Batteries of Cannon and Mortirs, fo that wc promife ourfelves the Reduction of h by the 1 sth of J>ext' Month ; and as Capua is n ?t thought able to hold out manv Days longer, thcnextlTxpedition that theArrtiy uwfcrtakes Will be ag*hill Sicilf. where the King purpolcs to rt likcwife.' His Majefty prelcnted the Count �i  is liiSI numrious and ihong. We havejuil now rcceiv'd Advice, that the Primate is readyHQ'malarins Submiliion to the L.'eCto; of Sasory as King of Poland. fam, Augujl 1 "87 On the ijthlnilant at Night, the King KJurrfd fromtae Caftle of Rambotrilet  i.f Trocpj under his Command. There Letters-aJd, tlut-Pnuce Eugene was tiki-wife-amy'd neaJtVkn;/, and was buty Lvii)j� tut> new Bridges of Bouts over tluLRhiue. that a Dei .ch^uu of 2OC00 Imperialiils was already under tt�e Cannon^l Mint/, and tfj.it the Prkce bimftlf was advancing witi Lu wnoie Army to ps&'thc Rhine. A few Nig1It$^go-fbOTThieves havtrj got into the Gfci'rch *>cter' ^ i^aus ot A LadJ^r luia'a _gj.n'i cue cf t..e Window, one of the Parifli Cle:ki ti*ai pertxifd them, pui."d **y ibc Lauder, and lent lo; Mr iitrutifc aid hi, W^chmcii, who immediately ler/d and condaacd thtm to Pnren --i-hc toiiowingLetter was wrote by his moil C^ta'.ian \'a-J*lly to the MaiftuI D'Asfieldt, cn Occ^lcu of tiu LaU: duciton of Phihplburg. " My Coutm, IAm truly fenfiblc of the important S.T\i:s vou hive lately done me in ti.e Cunqaeit til Plum .ba-g. \\m " Uotage and Reiblutioo could aigne i'.iitacr.t't.^ic D.lIi,J-.". *tth Wh,ch tllc PC'P=t�al Ovta.jv.ir.g o- t.'.e R:::ae M ��>fy your Emciprize. an J you t.-d t:.e oa.i*riCbcn wingwiih how lappy an Au..:r Co bn " fpn'iltbc Minds oi t.^ulii.ci, a ' i>:y cl Acccuc; bioughi ine eacli t -ill 1 iamp.e .J I  l.ai ?a ' therein (bund. th� a* the Obftatles toytxirSuccvfscncrras'd, whahtr by the Rngc of the Water, or the Fury of the " Fnemy's Firt, the Ardour and Patience of my Troops arofc " in ihoportion. Taerc is no Point of Succtfs out of the " Fewer of a Nation thus brave. 1 charge you, rtprcicnt to " my General?, my other OfHcers, and in ftiort, my whote *' Army, how much I am fatisfy'J with their Behaviour. * Ycu c�r.not doubt cf my Sentimeno with relation to your  '* fcUV when you read thc-Contf m- ol thrfe Pnrfenty, NVJ^tre-" upon I pwy God tola: yem into his holy keeping. . " IcriiiUcs, July 35, 1734.   . " Sign*J, Lewis, &c." ffopic, At^ajl 17. The King of PiufTia was expected as Yeftcrday at Cletcs, whither M. Luifius his Refident is gone to meet his Majesty,,by his Osder { bat his Majelty's journey hither is rww tjccctr.e very uncertain. The States of Holland, who fcparated hli Saturday, rrtuin'd hither tail Night, in order ; to relume their AiFctnblic*. Hit Britanniclt Majdty's Minillets, ard the French sud Mufcovite AmbatVxdcrs, were all Yellet-day in Conference with the States Deputies. Deaf, Jxptf: 9.  Wind S. \V.  The" outward-bound trrc-failtl lincc lail J'ojL   Remain. Ann;, Dalr, and Margaret, Margsiret, for Orders:" Came down and remain, Mary, An thony, for Venice, anJ a Ship for Newfoundland.    Arriv'd, Gkwce.ter, F.llcry, from New-Kogland. D.sl, Augiji 10. Wind S VV. Remain, Anne, Dale, and Margaret, Margaret, for Orders; Mary, Anthony, for \ enire ; and London, Wenlock, for Nnvfuundland. Arriv'd, Man-flower, Scot^ from Streights ; Peggy, Carter, from Bof-ton; Moily. Throivkcth, from Maiiga; Exchange, Talbot, fium Jamaica; and PLccnix, Bolts, from Malaga, for Ham-biirgii. LONDON. Our Letters by tbe Mails which arriv'd Yeftcrday confirm, both by the Way ot Pa/is and Flanders, the Report of Prince Eugene's Defign to pats ths Rhine, and item poilitivc that Marlh-d D-Asieklt war preparing to receive him: Uot the Ga-'zette of Satorday Night makes Mention of Letters from Frankfort, of a liter Die by a Day than our Advices, and fay, ** that tf.e French, upon Pnncc Eugene's Motion, had left " their Camp near Mcntz, and wcic drawing back towards " Spiic." On Saturday h(l his Grace the Duke of Newcaftle, the F.arl of Tankerville, Sir Robert Wafpole, and fevcral other PcrtLn of Diiiinclicn, huared a Stag in Richmond New Park, and after. a long Cfcal'c kill'd him ; they afterwards dm'd at Capt. jackfun'i i^odge in the bid Park. The Morning being w,i the Royal Famuy tl;d not hunt. YedeuUy Xliuuu^M^ VJ^WJU, �4�. N�l�ltcw 111 Stephen Poyntz, Efq; one of the Pages of Honour to her Royal Ifighneb the P.incefs of Oiange, arriv'd at Kenftngton !':cB h:> bcTene llighncls the Prince, at the ImperialL Anny_ cn t.'ie Rhine. The Right lion, the Lord Chief Juflice Hardwick, and Mr. juihec Dentun, luying finifh'd the Norfolk Ciicui!, arc this Day expecled in Toivn'rrom Norwich. On Saturday Morning died in an advane'd Ag', at his Pa-hce at Cneifea, and altera ftiort Illness, the Right Rev. la thi-r in Cicd. Ricfiaid Willu, Lord Bifhop of Winclieller, Prelate ot the molt -Noble Order of the^Gartrr, Clerk of the CToIit to his Majeily, and one of the Commiflioners for build ing ritiy newChuiches. He was made Dean of Lincoln by the late Kin^ William, to whom he was Cliaplain and a very great Favourite: Was cootocrucd BifliopofGlouceiler in the tirit Year of his late Majclly, in the Room of Dr. Fowler ; on the ;ir! of November, 1724, Jic was translated toiheSwof Saliibary, in the RoOm Of Dt. Talbot; who was promoted to that cf Durham ; and on the 2111 pi September, 1723, he -Tg^watdiSte-d- from Soldbury to Wincheflcr, in the Room of the late Dr. TrimncL Latt 'Saturday Night the Right RevJDr. Benjamin Head ley, Lord IJiiliop of Saliibury, arriv'd at his Houfe in Grofve-ner Stiect, fiom his Palace at Saliibary, and Yeftcrday he wai:ed ou their Majdlies at ICennngton, 3.nd met with a gracious Reception.   We hear that his Lordflup wjll (uccced jDr. Wiipjs- ny. tli^ See .of VVinchcilct.______    ,.....      ,, I^ifl Saturday there was a Committee of Council at Whitehall, on ti-c Affairs of the Plantations. Oh 1 nday N^gfct lalt the Lady of i Jowall,  Efi); Stcrttary of BariL-uptty jo the'Right lion, the LoidTli^h Chanctlicr. wasl>uiicd 111 great Funeral Pomp and Solemnity in St.^Aiidrtw's C.hvrch.       - Tomonow the Hcde-Racci begin at Ipfwich in Suffolk, ttj;kJi;.;..X!ajtfi*'� Pbtrof ico Guineas. Uis MavJly's Plate of one hundred Guineas will be ron for cn MonJay the ;J of SeptemUr next, on the l^ound Lourle ca the S'auth fide of Lincoln, by any Horle, Marc, or (,clJ-irrj, bcin;', no mcfethan 6j� Years old the Qrafi tctbrc ; cai -ryu>g tvreikc bajcr. three Heata. Ou Saturday Night one Moody, a D.umroer belonging to th- r'.nl Regiment ct Foci Guitdi, acd oiil- Limiiini.-, a jii. va:eMan u� the fame Regiment, tjc^rrtlliiigon loine Uicaiion telaij.-^ to Urfir W.'ecs, fought with theii Swords; ati.l alur cxcliar^iug k�ir..* Thruiii, ir.c Drummer nu the other ihiu'' the fioiv, aai f n'jipg him drop maJe his I.(cape, leiving hi) Sv�c.d Uf> to the Ii:!t in the poor Fellow*j ik^y. The Cor-nrA li c;j�i1 have fir.ee fet ou the Detrna'J, and bn.i.-^J-s .:i a \ tiuitt of Wihul Murder.     1 V. e i;ve j.� l.ii: bom thcAlily.es at MaUltone, that this- Pt;:u.i!, �-^. (,al.-,  I umkin aad Airei- were try'd thrie 1'Luriday, i i t:�e Murdci of Mr. BiUl'oilj, at Lcwifham m 1..:  lit lii.^ui, by Ihounn^ dun in ilic Iciiw.., cl w.:..ci. A'oufid tie died on i\\e . i     ju;) tw..;... Caaie guiljy. ai.4 ae- on ! 1 h- cnt, in On \Vedncia,iy next Nforwy will be few to Deptford, tafif the two Months Wages in fix due to the Companies ot hU Majelty's Yachts, Royal Caroline, William and Maty, Fubba, Cithcrine, Mary, and Charlotte. And on Thurlday the jid Inltant will be fwid at the Par. Office in Hroul Hreet, two Months Wages in fix due to tie Companies of his Majelty's Ships^ Kingfton, ditto, iTurfitjr Galley and Dolphin. -.      : * The Books of his Majelty's Sloop thcCnu&r art fent ( Pottl'mouth, to pay her Company to the 31 it of iDeceBiiMr lait.. At tit Cftri ff AW^ftNr, th %th Dtp tf An&flt P   R' K  S  E  N   T, � fit kivgi Uttp-fatlhnrMtjrJh �* Ctamil.: His Mnjelty in Council was this Day pleas'd' to order, that the Parliament, which (lands prorogued to TuciUay the IJ.& of this Inltant Auguft, fttould be turtucr prorogued toThttrmjr the 26th Pay of September next. And that the Convocatwits of the lltovinces ot Camerbury^and York, which Hand pro-rogu'd to Friday the 16th of this Inltant Augutt, Jhoulabe further, prorogued to Friday the a;th Day of the laid McoUl of Scjkcnibcr. ___"    B A N  K R U  P T S. Samuel Maflingarb, late of Thorney-Abby, in the Ifle of Ely and County of Cambridge, Cornfactor and Chapman. Francis ScaJdan, of Rothcthtth in the County of bair/� Timber Faflor and Dealer in Timber. High Water at London Bridge this Day, in *$ M(SM� after 8 in the Morning� and 2 after 9 in the Afttrnooo. Sarurdny Bank Stock was 136 3 4Ths. India 140 } 4th*. Soutn-Sea Trading Stock 78 1 4th, without the Dividend. Old Annuities toe. Ditto New Annnitifss to},H;4�l*� Threa pit Cent. .Annuity 92 3 4 jfo**HjW*rra*l Ojfivtt, �/ tft* R*r*I Fmpt" fhtfit m* to gove Xvtici to all fmb Wtdmm ai afttefmd, wbcjt Ht^tmmb ditd on or fact tht yith of Auguft. 1732, ~ihat Ctfit$�f tUUd4 A"JlLSalQtJiirutrt. hiicM vnith.ttt CammijfiiWK ofhihtfo. jrjljt AW** at Chatham, Pattpttmtb and J'/ymamth, mmd mH tuith tbi Clnii of tbt Cl'fijui at Dtft/iid ami //Ww par OiicUui:., -s I luHt.ii in h.vc inci.ii .u'.l . �' lol� i!.m iblft lu Itat , towt lulf   !. the fullVttuj, IoUBm it.^W'-VVcIfihi "(iir liil'C� ,a*--ufw�f, ih.t reiei       �b.,K ih�/ V*tvm M -I'laic li Mu:.�yi t')p*r a  ife* ^oll.  Ti't r ii.iki'j ly i u ii Ail ix II il.i �  (tua �uef4*tv t> AllicW', .l'idiUiall_te Ihcwooo |b� U�r     ti ln'U. NjioI , i:^ irui'� ,ir j Aim but lU i*a luicatuti, �>J itcAtet it� Ijll Mi'-,  i.l lt� C Ullc. Ah(Jwu^uu�.�-nH-iide�"�t*�''�n�e4h'wMbCi.ash.e� KM) > 1.1 uiIut I'aec bn iIik/ ilxWtit'c H.|t� ju<, �bef� Aii Aivtnfanvils in liis Ps;
                            

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