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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 14, 1834, London, Middlesex Trie Diaily ,AdVcrb4M WEDNESDAY, August 4, 1734. frm the Ruffian Camp near Dantzici, , Augufi 4- HE CbascdeMunich baring recerr'd Letters from Majca--GeseraZ Brfmark, and the other GVnerab hi Poland, to acqaaint hrrn, that the Part/ oppoute to King Augurlus ill. were in Motion in feveral Palatinates, and therefore defiring him to lend with all peflible Diligence fitch a Rcwrorerment of Troop* as would be e&clual to prevent their Dcfigni, a grand Cooodl of Uar ' �at snasrdbiriy held, and a Reioknton taken therein, to jtgidnn t^" ^'T arrf ro mardi direfllj rntoGreat Poland. tkeMaleconttBo&erii try theL'Morton to be drawing towarda tie Southward Provinces of the Kingdom, and give oot, that ' laef aretobejoin'd by a Body of Tartars; but tarCuriaa *lajt*y has fait Orders to Count Weifbach. her General in tftjaofci, to have a Body of Troops ready to enter Poland on rJatfide, upon the kaft Intimation that the Tartars are about - to join the Poles. tmam, A$*P \- Cbont Rockendorff, O^onel of a ftcgi-tKB in the Emperor's Army in Italy, is arriv'd here, to ac-osaiatrbc Court wfch tbc NecefEty these is of fending thither fiAiadj fame Rtgimtnw of fafarury. That Nobleman has tfrfA his Imperial Majefty. that Count Koug&gg designs, Bps the Arrival of fucb Reinforcement, to undertake some Iking of Importance againft the AHin, and is by to much the awe confident of Succefs, as his Cavalry is known to exceed dot of the Enemy both in Number and Goodness. Count Joneses b likewise arriv'd here from Italy on the tunc Er-_ sad, 1'fae Coon has receb'd an Exprefe from Prince Pio of Snojr, tie Imperial Amhafrarlnr at Venice, with some very suatacWy DUpatches; and'iis given oat on this Occafioo, tLatthe Hepobtick b battening a-pace into the Viewi of his Imperial Majefty ; andth-*. a Treaty, offensive and defcafive, a^betbddeuly concluded between those Powers. Yefterday tint Imperial Majeures, the Airhdurchefles, and the whole CosT>>erc prefcnt at the Noptiak of the two Counts de Wd-fkk with the CoimtefrtF and the Coantc& dc Ro-tkclkfity, Lacks, of Honour to tbc Empress. Brfides the new Regiments of Haflars which have been lent to the Army en rheKhine, fcveral others are raifing in the Provinces of Hsngiry, in order to march to Bohemia, to replace the vetc-na kr^meft&which have been drawn tfteecc to lave in the , , ; I A N It R UP T-l Henry Hofey, late of Colabrook in theCoonry of ] InnhcJfo andChapwan.�" ."JT"/ Charle* Cottinghau.late of toe City of Ckfrer, SUtatfe Co-heirefTes of Thomas late Earl of Thanet, deccas'd, and to her Heirs, the anttent Barony of Clifford, together with all the Rights, Privileges, Preheroinencies, Pr�iedence|, Immunities and Advantages tohatfoevcr 10 the fame belonging, or in any wife appertaining. This Barony of Clifford deicended lb the late Earl of Tha-net as lineal Heir to the Lady Ann his Grandmother, Daughter and Heir to the old Earl of Cumberland, Baron of Clifford, Yefterday Bank Stock eras H7 1 half bam to hare the; tame allow d him, it was confirmid to him by 7g 34th*, a 9., OM Annuities tot t 10 Parliament in 1091. . , *-ij------ �-�--� - �.����* * � -j The Creation bean date the. 29th of December, 1299, the j&th of Edward I. to that the Right Hon. the liaJv Lovell, now Lady CUftord, b the third Baronefs of England, taking Place next after Lord Abergavenny, and the Earl of Caftle-havon as BaronA&ley of Helcigh. . :~\ , ' i; ___Laft Monday Night the Right Hon. the Earls of Orkney and Selkirk arriv'd in Town from Scotland, and Yefterday they waited on hb Majefty at KenffUj tton. The tame Day their Majeftiesand the Prlnceft of Orange j-fcook the Air round Brampton and Chelfea in their Chaifts. We bear that the Eatt-Indiamtn newly arriv'd bring Ad Steven be Ptmerania, Jhg*fl 6." Since the Arrival of the lait Courier from Peterlhurg. tix Roman and Saxon Troops cn-camp'din the Neighbourhood of Dantzkk, are hard at work at staking the neceflary Dt^ofition tor ccmsneneing their March. It was at nrtt defignM to find the greateft part of i^e RaSsns to af&ft' the Emperor, bat the umctued State of Affairs iaPeboi has cai&'d aCnaogc in that Retotatkai, and the taid Tiocpt will he firft employ'o to reSore Peace to dm onhappy Kingdom, by extmguiihirig one of the crw:rnding Parties. Tee Etcape of King Saninaos from Dastzick b a Msfbrtune which the Allies will, however, find great DifEcuhy to get -erer-t Thb Incidecc has difroocerted all their Schemes; and teca the Troubles which threaten to revive in Poland; for it h ctitaifi, that whilft his Majetiy was bkxk'd op within Dant-akk,ti^fa� Liberty prcarious, hb Partisans wtrekept within Bmatk hkewiie. * l"b reckon'd that the Kunan 'l roops in Poland, exdufive of the Calmuclc?, amoant to 33000 Men, and the Saxons to 1 joco- The Pofes who took PoOctnonof abindco'd k,havetbllreiigthcn'dthe Eoixmcatson;, thatttwill probably acquire an Army of 8000 Klen to retake it. The fabtiaof Lublin ha* convey'd thitheda large Train of Artillery, and 'ns (aid that an Attempt t�ill be nude to Crown King Sanifiios there. ^ifis^? 9. The Powers that have Jdcdly ondertaken n> etspioy their Endeavoors for recoocilicg the fcveral Piincej � Variance, continue indefatigable to procure Success id their Labours. Their Minifiers at this Court receive Couricn daily, - and confer tereral Tin^ a^eek ikith the Ca^rdinatde Ptotrf tod M Chauvclai the Keeper cf the Seals. Tbc King las vbuwledged hia/felf, on several Ocxanons, greatly aonfible -�*-Ae Pains thofc Powers, have ttkeo, tool appears o^tennin'd (o relax nothiag, wkh Regard to the Icterefb of Jus Fatber-in-Law KingSantOdUS. fib Maj.-Ay hasdedar'd, that as foon Xj iUtttr: cam bt bought la a prefer Tewsgr wkh relation to that jvjjj?* - JSc *ifl contribute every Thiag in hb Power to reflore -^^"rfEsinpe. What hb &!ajefly .means by a proper �oap�twe know not; but People seempobtive bere^j^t UeJuegsviil hearken to no Overture*, unlets the peaceable r^SmsmSSXSS^^rtmA be Uipalattd u>"KmgSani-miAihefirft Article. ~. ' ~ t ,a WW S- W" Aim\i* Crown, Werry, from ughornt Britannia, GranrJum, and the Duke of Lomin, *ffora EaSIndia: Don Carlos, Jones, from Cadiz; ^�aers Goodwill, Arndd. from besille; Dove, Dale, from i Society, Sampfco, from St. Lucar ; Preay Patccy, ir^TV the Csefar. Loney, from \ irgmia ; Merry. fr*tn> wop Genoa; -., DeLunote. from Lifbcn : B1*fy. Ci2oo, from Oporto. Remain ia the Dcwn�, Marga-��. Megfco. and the Anne, DaleL for Order* : Mary, An J00?. Jpr Venice : London. Wtxkjck. for Newfoundlacd; ^enoa Frigate, Story, for the E*2k \ Sixarra. Cornifh, and the jaincs, Voakley, for Carolina, Put back and remain, Swan, tUc, U�Cidn; Anne and Elizabeth, )vaa, feu Gibraltar. O N. onto the Right D.�igf-ttr and ouc cf tic vice, that two Ships belonging to the French haw been loft in. the Indies, and that a third had been render'd uiiable to return borne. � _ On Monday laft Baron Sparr, Envoy Irom the King ot Sweden, rccehr'd an exrxHJrdinary Courier from his Court, and Yefterday Morning his Excellency went*, to jCenungton to communicate the Difpatchea to his Majefty j and we hear the tame were of foch Importance, that they occafiWd an Exprefs being lent away the fame Day to the Earl of Waldegrave at Paris, aodTthat he was order'd to proceed afcerwardi to the* Courtof Vienna. Yefterday the Parliament met at Wcftminflcr. purfuant to their former Prorogation, arid werefurther nrorogued to Thurf-day the 26th of next Month, purfuant to nls Majeily's Royal Writ, directed to the Right Hon. the Lord High Chancellor and five other Lords. On Satorday next hb Excellency Count Klnlki, the Emperor's Ambafiador Extraordinary at thb Court, will give la grand Entertainment to the Minilten of State and Foreign Minifters, on Aocount of ini b�ng to Imperial Majefty's Birth-Day, who then enterrinto the aath Year of her Age. Yefterday the Right Hon. the Lord Harrington, one of hb Majefly's Principal Secretaries of State, gave a grand Entertainment to Sir Robert Walpole and feveral other Pcrfons of Dillinaion at his Scat at Pctcrfham in Surry. Yefterday died at the Houfe Of Jofeph Taylon Efqt in BridcwrU. Mr. Atfdnfbn, head Cierk to theJtoyBtofpial Annuino 103 j Bths, 103 1 8 th,"at 4th. ^'ej Annuity 9a 3 .ajtfo, Milbcn Bank 108. African g�. Buildings 3 1 half. Royal Affnraace 96 t half, 07. don Aflunnce ii,m 4th. fttw tank Clrtabtsa* 3I il Pmn.: South^ea Bpnd�^t. I4i. Ptt�. I�4m�sw�iL Prem. Thm per Cent, ditto 1!. iCi, Pttm. Enala. OaW pat 11: tei. Weaw dto Books (hot. St* Tmm- I'^fwT' Cent. Prem. ^ ' SttnrJiij.tbt toil (i$*Bt, +n Jrtkh, jmiittk \ frw�NrwE^**Ji tharl had coodocled, at my fbleL. 1 and Charge, a confideraWc Number of poor difhefsfd butgers from Augfburg into the Province of Gtwgpt; law* to l�tufy tit Publitk, tbmt ft* mfittfui Jrtkh h hthdf at tit ktfmtfi mni fiU Cawrgr a/f/vTnineea for Georgia, V/A, Society for Proinotir� Ohrillian Kocrtvleclpr, tbt Ptrfhu that m&4t CtlltSim fir il* Sm1ti&**mi ^fr^i.myn^UExftnctintbiu Htrii m/^/m swaf; fating Mr tt Ctrmairf, at thiir Dtfirt, far tbt jam -toy*;. Vttt% L O N D HbMajgy bs been pleat'd to coc�nn Hon. a!�ga� Ba.cEe& LovrU, chad Ditgu On Saturday Night laft the Corps of the Lady Dtemar, Witie to hb Excellency General Diemar,.Minifter from the Landgrave ^"Hefle Ceftcl, was depofttad in a Vatftris the Lotberan Church in the Savoy, ana mtriwut fix Weeks Time will be put on board a Ship in its way to Germany, there to be in-terr'd in tbc Burial Vault of her Family. Yefterday King Tomo Chachi and the other Indians were carried to fee hb Majefly's ArtVnal and the other Rarities at the Tower, after which they were fhewn the Cullom-houfe and tome other publick Bjiildings. - Yefterday the Right Rev. the Lord Bifnop of London held a Vifiation ot the Clergy of the Archdeaconry ot Middkfex, in the Church of St. Martin's in the Fields. Hb Majefly has been pleased to prefent the Rev. George Neal, A. M. to the Rectory ot Croft, in the County of York and Dioceae of Chefter, vqhL by the Death of George Bell, the laft Incnmbent. . :-rl:^hjR: J^y::e^inesr:� Beadle to the Company, in the room of Mr. Morgan, dccca&i, who tWid the Company forty Years in that Station. Hb Majefty has been pleafed to reprieve John Lovel, who receiv'd Sentence of Death at the late Aflizes at Chelmsford for -j robbing his Mailer. The Aflizes begin thb Morning at Kingfton, for the County of Sorry. -- Yefterday a Woman was committed to the Compter by Sir Richard Brocas, upon Sufpicion of picking a Gentleman's rockctarfdt;- TafTaricsStrip'd- Tanjeebs Terrindams'--- lb. 85100 Raw Silk, gr. I} $000 Redwood 418000 Saltpetre 22000 Shcllack 10500 Stblack -l 200 24280 -3300 �-600 -3743 -103$ -39'2 -462 lb. Befldrs (cveral Parcels of Goods, the Particulars whereof arc not yet known. ---1-!- High Water at London-Bridge thb Day, at 3 Minutes after 11 in the Morning. and jp after 11 at Night. *L*T^sBr Phillp-Cla>rgp:FrctJCTick de llcieltS Ana tttXifHtltrntn ttmtmJ in tbt JaU CtStOim tabdth Opportanity ti^atwaintit% tbt Pat/iet, that tbt Srrvkt -'v; ittSing tbt SaltKbutg Bmigrant$' trGm^ia^ bat kt* bt Atr. deKtikt KMtbgrnU PritJtiKe^ZtmJ, am^n imirt Affrtbatitn j an* tbat bt baJmt Itft tbtSaltxbmrgmt bt bad fttn tbt*
. u tt^stg t> it** Ucbts. POPE' Publifh'd by s Marb tso Pap**, &c. tbj Great Scat *sMJ�S bb Majefly's Patent- under "------of England, ^'vmtng tbtttvnttffsuigg tfMtrikmmtt \t" Seta, Rtaiffs fir Suij.tt^ttMi, t, mm J otbtr Imfinmtmti tbat admit tfm '// Cbtttu, tbt Inwttfr btmjtlf 'mat itimm ablt tt Marblt tv.t Margtmrt alibr, am tbt Ctlmtri btimg at dmrablt mt tbt Pa-fur, and no nvays Habit to bt difebarg'dV iautattd, �c&& ^ otbtr Invention* of Cbiqnti frinttdfrtmCtfftr-Plaui,tSt. i*mf': bun found liablt it bt (taattiftitt/. Tbit Pafer u fttfarfJJ. by Samukl Pore, tbt Pattuttt l and h now fJd at r�K finable Rates, by tbt Stationers tf Itadm, tUt tnUl inJirnatbt Buyer in tbt inimitable U/t thereof. N. B. What it fold wsbmt tbt Stamp m tw tbt ii a Counterfeit. 4dveriijimemtt in tb'u Paper of a moderate Length are taken in at Two Shillings each. .V"' "v ^
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