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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 13, 1834, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAY; Ave tost ij. 17J4- Danizitky Auguft 4. I HE Rcfolutfon which King Augufbjs camcjp the Moment belorc he fet out on his Return co Drciden, of publishing an Amneily in favour at fuch of ttic Poles as fliould fubmit to his Title within-a Term of fix Weeks* was propos'd in the Stnatmt Concilium held the 30th of kft Month in his Majefty's Pretence, but then dropp'd, io give way to the Scheme of a General Diet cffteffication, which fome of the Senators reprdimcd as immediately neceffary to be fumnioa'd, whilil others as Urongly iaiilifd. that it would prove of greater Service to the King and Rcpublick to have the laid Diet preceded by a general Decla-ntwo of the King's Mercy,, in hopes of bringing over the tinndtcr of the oppofitc. Party, and particularly the Army, which w� at4�cfcnt tearing Out the Bowels of its Mother Na-tjoo, and comruitting-unheard-ot Violences in all the Campaign Countries j adding, that this Amneily bus the folc Method of procuring the petty-Diets to meet in Peace, and to give Hopes that the General Affembiy would have either Tranquility or SucceS. The King himfelf own'd tbcfe Arguments to have Weight, but thought proper at that time to concur1 with the other Propo&ion ; and hi* Majelly had one Foot in his Coach before be could periuade himfeU to recall the full Resolution. The tender Exprcrtions which his Majelly made ufecf to the Grandees when they were prefented to biro to make their Submiuioru, drew Tears from their Eyes, and 'tis believ'd will prove ~a tailing Cement of their Duty to his Pcrfon. That tfricce having becw inform'd that feme of thearrefus'd to cotn-ply with the Oath, denying, as they tertnM it, to barter Conscience fb'rtaterty, his Majefty (aid to them, " My Lords, Tis your Affections alone that I would engage, as I cannot " bind your lnchnanoni, your Pcrfons arc Free. I.dcfire none �.' of you to ait contrary to Confciencc, and if you cannot be *' heartily for tne, 1 will ufe no Violence� go wherever you " pleale," This Speech l>ad to happy un fcSecl, that it redaction the Spot four Reculants to two, and thele Jail having din'd with hisAlajcfly, and taken the Advice of their Pillows ia tbcMatttr, retum'd two Days after, acknowledging that ait Majelly's Clemency had done more than his Arms. Dnjdix, Augufi 9. His Majelly has employ\1 himfelf (ince bis return hither in examining into the Deliberations of the Diet of the States during his Abfcnce, and has had the Satif. faction to ftnei them (0 prudent and to fuitaiite lo the prcltait Suoition of Affjir?, that he has figuify'd his Approbation of thei^whole Proceedings: And to convince them, at the fame Time, that he is fenliulc of the Zeal his People have fhewn on all Occafioc^ to advance his IntcreSl, ke hasredoe'd to fix Miiliont theeightMitlJonsof Florins which had been before demanded of them for the extraordinary Subfidy. The Stna-tui Concilium, which wa? held lately at Danizick, having left it iDtircly to the King to oifpofe of the fcveral Polls that were vacant in the Kingdom of Poland, his Majelly has appointed Prince Lubomiifky to be Great GenEjraTof the Crown Army, akfCounjc Monfkhiufky to be Treasurer of the Crown. 'Tis rj potted, that if the old Primate docs not very foon make his Sabnirffion, his Majelly will declare that Dignity vacant, and will nominate the Bilhop of Cracaw tu fuccccd hirb. Count Mohirchioiky is fet out for Dantzick, to adjutl every Thing that was left unlettUd at his Majelly's Departure." 'Tis now, believ'd, that neither the Project of fending 6000 Saxons to the ^4tao*�iiAmy�nQia*he,Tj^ the Emperor's Pay, will faceted, �^^�Aacom'a&SWS^ lions which the Poles are making towards Turfcy, as if they -expccuxl Succour from that Quarter; but we are affur'd, tliat the Grand Signior has fent Orders to the fiafhaw of Choczim lot to f urnilh them with Troops 00 any Conditioo whatever, tho' he is permitted to fupply them with Ammunition end P10-vilions as long as their Money lails. The Pofl-Maller of lawenburg has wrote Word, trar^mg^Stanilbus had retir'd ~�M^yJ{pi Jghanocfbuig, attended only by Mr. Dandilor, Dutco^noTl-a^ Poles are at present in an extreme Agitation, fo that it appears no improbable Conjecture ; but he has found Means to join the PiUiin of Kiow. Dial, Atpjl n. Wind S. W. Remain in the Downs, Anne, Dale, and the" Margaret, Margaret, both for Orders, Mary, Antony, for Venice; London, Wcnlock, for Newfoundland. Put back andrcmains, Anne and Elizabeth, Jones, for Gibraltar. Arriv'd, Genoa Frigate, Suvy, from Yvica ; Dove, Dale, from St. Luca. Amv'd lince kit Poll, Don C*dfi?, Jones, horn Cadiz ; Owncis Goodwill Arnold, from oewilc.'- "\ LONDON. Yetterday the Purfcrs of the Duke of Lorrain, Capt."VVir-fWK�boJau.'d. horn the Dow ns the z&ti\ oi February, 1731-2, and the PurUr of the Briunnia, Capt Grantham, who left England in Maich, 173^ 3, arriv'd at the Eall India Houfc, with the agreeable New� ol the lafc Arrival of tLofc Ships in the Dowm fiom Coalt and Bay, and that all was well On board. They tail'd from Maiiruii the zA of February lall, at �*h;ca Place they left the Prince Augulluv The Normaiuon, Cap:. Rigby, was fail'd hum thence with Major Roach and too Men for Porta-Nova. The Duke of Lonain aud the Britannia having kept Company with fatii other during their whole Yoyag,, ^rnv'd at St. Helena the 3 1 ll of May bit, and left that lli,ud the ic.h of juru-, at wh.ch Tim; no other ^liip was arnv"d. The Lycl. Capt Small, bound for St Vletena and Bcncoolen, who left the Downs the jth ol January �dl, arnv'd at it. Htiauihc 1 j�h ol Apd. The NfgFthrgale, Cipt. HtJItms, ^vho irriv'd Utelr it Brillol from jamaiai, w*� chas'd in her Pafligc lereral Hoars by two Spamfh' Sloops, but being happily a good Sailer, the made fo much way, that the Privateers cotfld not come within Gun-mot. � Yctlerday MonwiK a ^fftBgetJwudJ^^i!!^ Kttl" fington to the Right Hon. the Lord Forbes, woo is now with his Father, the Earl of Granmrd, inlrelai land; and we hear that his Lordfhjp.will return to the Court of RulBa. with the Charafter of his Majclly'j Minillcr Plenipotentiary to that Court. The ten Sail of Men of War that have Iain fome time at the Note, arc orderd to be viaualled, after whtch they will take up their Station in the Downs. - ' " One of the Royal Yachts is order'd to fail fur Calais, to bring over the Duke and Dutchdi of Richmond, and the Duke ol Kingflon from France. This Day Henry Harpur, ECj; ckleft Son of Sir Join Har-pur, of Dcrbyfhirc, Bart, will be manied at Sir John's Scat in the faid County to the Right Hon. the lady Fancy-Banners, Siller to his Grace the Duke of Rufbod. This Day the Green Regiment of Train-Bands, commanded by Sir William Humphreys, will be mullet'J at the Artillery-Ground ; and onThutfday next the Yellow Regiment, commanded by Sir Charles Peers, will inarch and be muller'd in the fame Place. They write horn Brillol, that the Harvcft in the neigl ing Counties is the greatelt part hous'd ; and that all kin! Grain are like to prove vtry good. On Tucfday lalt in the Evening the Affixes ended at Derby, when Thomas Bennet recciv'd Sentence of Death, for the Mut-der of his Wife at Critch in that County ; and one Man was order'd for Tr� nfportation. On Wcdnefday lall ended the Affiles at the Crown Bar for the City of Norwich, when William Morris recciv'd Sentence of Death, for a Robbery committed on the Highway above a Year ago, jull without Magdalen-Gates. And on ThurfUay the Autmehdcd at the Crown Bar on the Hill for the County of Norfolk,, when John Broughton and Robert Cheftncy recciv'd Sentence of Death for a Robbery on the Highway. Lall Wcdnefday the Affrzes ended at Hereford, when Henry Motion and Matthew Thomas recciv'd Sentence of Death for Houfe-breaking: One was burnt in the Hand fie Healing of Pigs, one call torTranfpottation tor Healing ol Sheep, and bve aequittcd. _____ The fame Day the Judges let out for Shrewfbury, to hold the Affixes there, but before they left the Town were pleas'd to reprieve the two Malefactors tor Tranfportaiion tor (ouruen Years. On Friday Night Jail, about 9 o'Clock, the AfTizes ended at Matdllonc, wtwn two Perlbns recciv'd Sentence of Death, viz. JJcnry Gale fior tte Muj^of Mr. Billioa; and William Sytron forHorle-ilealrog. Thomas Mofs was found guil^ of Petty-Larceny, and order'd for 7'ranfportation. This Day comes on the Trial of one Davids, at Horfham in SulTex, for the Murder of Mr. Mills, his Wife and Maid- Charitablc-Cbipomkw-Houfc in Spring-Gahkn, Aujjpift 2, i7J4� TWfi Cowl  v. y. Ku t: .J, From  Afrtil. tt gkt Nsikt to all GtnlUmtih LttJJatr *rJ ethtrs^ Thttthtrtu tthr fit*, (JUrhfthiTtm tf Tortfwfcajn-Qnott Farrl �i tie UftStctlt mntr lir aw, TERWI N's folfowtng blntfTtmittmcnts vit. M. tuhtnxhitm*Via*o� Uathuetjr, catCllkf of Wa| FiusresliVcr** trials �hef �af. Hi* Uto�(xrabk U*s:c�iit cf Ita^, naJMis|vNai Ii�st $itur*Okxi*: 0�t wjiCmAnitfu aa4oKdo> ibcdpltalviiiM w ihi* Kwc>x��� �*albw'4 Of f*X J�^P�. to be U� htlt;r*> kvaketa Karoo*. -rr:. %i\f. Tt� %irprifia( taMh, �f�i>ci^bkarpcs�4�Ufl|ia|^ia- bf AAivat �t Body, cstcSi.twaKUt h<�WI Icfi4�c�f. 4thl.'. Tic R^psl ���*, hut* fit foot �'^a, �V�rf rl|�ft oa^isJuarrooitticaaa. .  . M.n. tha^lk^eftitoraHMe *� btften fnw m ia the alotakg. to Nieai Ni|hc ......_......^...i^.^Jiai At bis Maitjly's Be^r-Garden in Hockley ia. the Hole* rOmotrow, being the 14th Inflanr, wilt be tP*r?ctb** a Tnti ot      a Use  *ca at 3. *�J iheMttlcr* wnt tt4 ftMaftty. C�j|ctl-pM>tiPt a* ufittl ^    - Hate. Mf. Wiihwun ife�,k Mr. iofhX tsMK. three r Ro�t�at s�**j, betatsai aiut tbtBa.tif U lusFather, ml &mMr. Aa-ont. _____ fo  te  S H O T fort At Mr.CmriwrigWt* the Green Gate in Lam--betbi and U ke Seen tjkri^ ANeat and good Fowling-Piece, and a Hanc- wuha �o*-M�njur, tbc ma* Sdmctee t^.thimn mwrt Sue* " Hjia ttaoik, *ai wrowlit Sil*tt. PROtOSAL Fottf TutottU a I. 64- m TkJkcr, loDaautoo fii. tachc* hjuue, ibs noil Shot io 19 wia, iobc|>*ai �oo'GotfhV-tb� aioraiu,     <  mm Shot tor wiiafc shaft tKMtr�E>W #t awttba N. �. No Goa to is* Shot �Ub b-C lantJ daith �mm4 tar�� A Gentleman is willing to purchafc Annuitid. ; iaRt Cooi^or, or he wcoia treat *ub *�% Tu*a, Cuj XSmpaay o� oirwi Ihxir Catpvtttt, lor iht Pwttafe v\ Amukics. 10 Mf. Fxik.i, ac atuuhaj', CodJet-naale ia K..w.aatjstii iuihcStitod.    _ ' \K/HEREASL Sarah Lupton, about fifty^ V V five Vean cf age.  UiU Wom** fto.fi fr�ty mmh, of Gitzi CuLxrhf au Gt�t�h�ni ia t�i�atrJhti�, � |raai btf FrtcihS the itt at VU1. bptf a Wlk ^V> osf'a iaifcer <#4rt; If any ihaii site c^j a (*v�* Re�ai 1* two Parcels, containing fix Stocks h*tb oolj Mt 1 he j>rwW,. Tbm  >*Jar� ibrrfi* *�lbia <%t  t^Utga.at u� �y ittwt ff eWf^wwato U,i i.-ia--*1.��* * ,?u,s * wtt* *faftwut, at* b�*-i. Mt^-'^w,  �ia *��.�Bf��. erjr *ril tt� nmrUt.1, x*i .t., *9f j�tr-e ha I*true �od fUkc �ff \t>c> �t Cok'* o.1b.^�v*4i m &tu+.-u*t, �r *�. 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