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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 15, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The 1) * THURSDAY, August ii, t>34- arriv'd tbe Mails frdm Franc* and Holland. Gexca, July 23; 1 Courier pa&'d laft Night thro* this City, in his way from Naples to the Court of Spain, with Advice^that/the Batteries were open'd agidnftTiacta cn the. 27th Infant, with no te&ttM 60 Pieces of Casncn and :o Mcrta.-?. They write (torn Mcfiina a lhc Raul w�th their Top Sails Js^d, expwftng ^Ioment lbcir Sailing Orders, but on .i^ fop^tioo was not known. *5,7�^3'- Gardinal Aquaviva and Don Emanuel ta arti**d here Yetferday from Naples on board a Spanifit -^unof War; the f.rtl is goings to Madrid, and the latter to tk Courtc!�u�in, with the_ Character of Ambaflador Ex-taonJiatry from hjb Catholkk Majefly. AfcAe*. *3T�A 5 * - Tiu* Government has agreed to pay tfc Generals ol"the Allies the Sum of 30cso Sequins, by way tfCwoibotiso, and arstacrjoy, in return, aJl the Privileges rfanwxil Nrotraliry. They write from Rrg:o, that the feach have puclifti'd two Ordinance* then:, the nril enjoining tjttht lahabiusnis to deliver iip their Arias to the Secretary at Wit* ani the erffcr obliging all thoie who purcha>d any mi- ff il,   ***** ---- i�   u, _ _ Qyw�y of Picvifictb of t">c German: juft before they quit (sat Place, to cam- the tj;n; to the pu&idcMagazine;, 1 fkt Pain of Impri�bntntnr. � Jim iit-Imperial ?anp at ,�grj*?'e;.  A great Nsttberof fiends have oocn employ *d for ionic .Dap p*ft to ,�oapSet our Works before the lie-oiol t ft two Bridge* which icmw over tie'Pb. On the 30th of Lit ?.!uata a large Q*udty of;P�0�fiu�� that had been atna:>'J i;  but we do cotkatn there ate any treat Hopes ot bucceis. .f Tin fdbifiag Lttttr *uu ixriltem by tit PrinaU tt tbe Etnfrtjt \ tf^Rsjfii, JfaiJ 3, 1734. * The mehncaoly bituauco inf. my Anuirs, -and the painful 'CooaDttnent in which I am led from Place to Place by a  >�crous Guard, infiirm me fatally that T am lain into Dif-' ffue with your Imperial Majefly, altho* I have neither laid ^�tna^c^iny rhmg but whit my Cocfdence demanded of  nr, and me Fundamrnnil Laws of the Land requir'd at my  tomb. All my Tcmporaluies have been taken from me,  a/Rerenucs diverted to pr*>��jse Uie-, my andem Place* - * �t Kr&dmce kveird to the Ground ; rxsr has even my Fut-  Butt been left me, tho^depoSttd for Protcdwn in Places the ao& Sacred : But all thefe Xlksfoitaftes concern me inn tlicte, 'tis believ'd their Retreat muft have been very preci-phatc. The common Opinion i?, that they intend to patt the Rhine at Spirt, in order to poft the main Body of tho Amy behind the Ncckar, whilft tne Duke de Noaillw, with^pro-per Number of Troops, goes tO btfiege BrilaC. A Party of Imperial Huflars have intercepted two Couriers which the Marfhal D'Aifeildt had difpatch'd to Paris, with fome Letters of very cxmftderablc'Importance. Fran^wt, Aiqpft 15. The Imperial Army, which *tw*n thought would have paliUthe Rhine at Mentx to gb ih quell of that of France, broke up their Camp this Day In order to re-turirto Heidelberg, upon Advice thai the Enemy was marching towards Spire. The Regiment of PadVrborn, part of the Coiitingeiy of Weflphalia, arrivM Yeflcrday in this Neighbourhood, on tlwir^Vlarch to join Prince Eugene. P�nx^~Aitguji 2i._His Majefly has made feveral Promd* tjpns iataTArmy in Italy, but thole, intended in his-Array on the Rhine arc deteir'd till the End of the Cam* paign. Our Letters from the latter advife, that the Marfhal D'Asfeildt has withdrawn his Afmy (ram the Neighbtxtthood of Mcritz, and left the Field for Prince Eugene, in cafe he has a Mind to pafs the Rhine and take it. That a Detachment of-800 Men, compos'dof the Troops of the King's Houlhold and Dragoons, advancing near Mtnti, the Governor caus'd 2Qoo Ilorfe to fally put upon them, but af:er a fliort Engagement, the latter were obfig'd to retire, with the Lois of 80 Men kill'd, and 16 talccn t'rifoncrs. As the Emperor has withdravra his Troops outloi the Auftrian Flanders, his MajeAy has thought proper to order feven Regiments to march horn French Flanders to his Army on the Rhine,, the Garrifons out of which they were drawn being to be rephe'd with Militia. .   ~"   ..      An Arret of Council has been puWiuVd, to fupprets a Pam-phlct handed alxiut here, caird a Letter from levcral Ajrch-biihops and Bifliops to the King t his Majetty relenting that thofe Prelates ihould allocate, and lay their Cafes before the People,, when they might have Accels to his Majclly's Ear in private, and be confident of his Protection. Amfltrdam, Ju&ft 20. According to fome Advices from WariaWjJn date the 30th ult.a Report was current there, that the Palatin of Kiow was rctir'd with his Lady to Walachia, having left the Command of his Troops to the Suioft Jaci- Deal, Aitgufl 13. The Outward bound in my tail are laird with the following which came down Yellctday, viz. Loyal Katharine, Brown, Brunfwick, Ducket, for Cadiz ; Mercury, W�Aon, for St. Lucar; Elizabeth, Lee, for Gibraltar; Li-gimea, Toll, Mercury, Crawford, Jamaica Frigat, Smith, for Jamaica j Unions^ilonuuis, for Botton; Stambolcn, Horfe-well, for Turky. Remain, Anne, Dale, ^ary, Mcgfon, for Genoa; Frigat, StoryHory-thfr Eatt.  Arriv'd Jolut and | betwafrihe mott miftrable of Men.  The high CkaraQers * ctatred in-my Perfeo fet me more cxpos'd to punlick Atfronu; ' tic folate b cow the Laughing Hock of the Populace: the ' Prucate lereli'd to the Scorn of the \ ulgar: Whether then ' fittU I turnhut to you, O Pnnc  .'ci: K.Nigfct, andfLdcn : Feuircis who �.� etfcmp'd a:.J^r tar Cannon cf Men:z If1 ?        �f zui Huar:, t^ia/d out the oxt Koxii!^ 10 Kcccsx-^e     t.sxm> .   L      hi. Arrival ju N fciruk., te to.- i^tt F.-i , ^ i,v the O :~c.l ll:!!f V:�/ ^3! Ti.r Ficuch Army that ^Uuptly on tie 12th W iicitijpon Gcnciil :c ::.c i-tcui) .   L y*ta iiu Arrival ^t >ic- ------Fc:! u.r.'-:/ii, and by the Qjjan- of Awaaanua *zd Piii�;..wi v.^.ch :,ie Enemy k� Johannah, Clartcj from Virgioiar~Mc4t of the Ships tui'd in the Night.  WindN.E. LO H DON. - Wc learn by private 'Letters from Mentz^ that the Inhabitants of that City are in an inexpjreffible Tranfport upon the Kctrcat of the French Army from their late Camp in tbat Neighbourhood. That the Elector and his Court are jdready return'd thither, and that oothing is fceo there but Fcliivab and Rejoicings. His Serene Highnels the Prince of Orange having accom-pany'd the Prince of Wirtembetg to Mcntz, to take a View of the Fortifications, and the Condition of Defence that City was in, lay there tlut Night the Frenchdecamp'd. His High-nefs continued there like>vife the next Day, and was entcrtain'd at Dinner by the Baron de Eltz, Canon o| the Metropolitan Church i and in the Evening was prefent at a Ball which the Duke of Bevcrcn gave the Tidies of theCity. The next Day his Highneis took leave of the King of Prulua, of Prince Eugene, and of the fevcral other Princes, and on Saturday Se'nnight left the Imperial Army to return to. Holland. OnTuefday bis Highneft arriv'd at Cologn, under a triple Difcharge of the Cannon of the City, and oh Wcdncf-oay fet forwardPbn his Journey to theHague> The King of Prulua purpos'd 10 have left the Imperial Army on the 15 th Inflant, N. S. but was ftiz'd with a Fit of the Gout. _ The French look upon the late Motion of the Maifhal d"Asfeildt as a very niallerly Stroke st policy, his March towards Mcntz being only jo draw the Imperial Arrny thither, whilH his real Dcflgns are to beficge cither the Fortref* of Briiacor Friburg, and to poll his Army infuch a manner, as tp prevent Prince Eugsne'i rccrcfling the Neckar 1 lb that the whole Country will be at his Mercy, andThofe Places without Probability of Succour. .Ycllerday the Ro^aljanitly hunted a Sug in Richmond-New-Park. They write from Newcaflle, that on Wvdncfilay' laA his GjBSR,|he..Duke of Argyll, and tlie RiglujHpii. the Earl of Scartrorbugh, review,dLCbl. Hantwn't Regiment of Foot upon Elvet-Common near that Place. Yelltrday the Lord Bifliop of London held his Viftmtion at ChiiilrChurch, Spittle-Fields. Yeflcrday three Couriers_atriv*d at Whitehall from foreign Courts; and this Day will be held a General CouncU *�t Kenhngton. The lame Morning the Allures ended at 1 fcrfliam far the County of Suflex, when the Man for the cruel Murder of the Aleboufe man, his Witc, and Maid, at Ditchelling, and John Staplecon for Houfc-breaking, receiv'd Sentence of Death. Five were call for Tnuifportaiion, one burnt in the Hand, and fcvt-ial acquitted. The Allixca for the County of Noithumbciland ended laft 'A'ctk at Ncwcalllc, when Thomas Pcariun for the Mutdei of V. ilium Bnfcoe, and William Barker for the Murder of Re-Icc.i Gafcoigu, were both found guilty of Maullaughtcr, and bum: in the llano : One Man wu call for Traiifportatipn. Ycltciday the Bnunma, Capt. Grantham, from Ealt-lulia, pAll by (ir^vefend, und came to her Mooringt> at KiiiT. Mr. llayoij ciiokn Ikadleoi the Groccn Company. They wnte fromLovffbnl is Irefasl, that oo   tilteJlfBjjj and ihoot Sea-Fowls, when the Boat ercr-twVJ, 'amilaw'< them were drowned, vm. lMi.tmn^C\mm'mi,�-^,****~'t'* chant, Mr. David WiHiamfco, VaanHr. MrJ land. Merchant^ in Lehb, and a awft ftojpeml; of the Name of Scot, �k* mt SoStas dttt m#i'1|tjU _ 'Boat.-. , .,r!.,fc^-'^i#^| That Day was kracrWaB theP�ir^e/ilm)I3m^bmV'"f% as a Day of Fafting. Hamdiarian and Prayer, (a tew �|ttfm4    & that put it off becaafe of the Ttwmg of Harwefl), mi awmmi �ff'. 1 the heinous and growing Sim of the Land. fmAmtrlfhrllfi     i Infiddii titude. tlnfraTti -r_ , groa ImtBoaiitie* � aad to be&echinc. God a* M m� Breaches, mfpire jut Ranks with  Snrit tfltoAa^Mftm 1 would put a Stop to the rag^Smadelainai. amftwaimftmmM the Calamities of War, blrii aad hmf mefcm oar ptciwmi Sovereign, bids the Stafon aid Firnts of the Eai^ ami Miami    1 the. Year with his Goodnefc. '   . ^   %c ' H^h Water at Jjmdo�-&m%e tJm� Diy. m 15 MiaaW.J after it at Norm.    � '''     :..  ; �..     ____        .......^'..??', Yeflerday Bank Smdt was 137 rhm% 137  4*. UHm'^ 141 % 4th, 141- Soitt^SeaTiirlet Jawh jfr C4i ifjmfc ities 105, a i 8th. Pino New Aaawuei toj 141th, ThM J ?or Cent- Annuuy 93:1 hatC ^IsmoaBiak toSi AldtmiiO, **| ork-Buildingi 3 1 half. R%al AtSmmca 97. I�a|mi 4 Afforance �2S  1 41b. New Bask Onabcmtt 7tv ajca.   ^ Prem. Sooth-Sea Bomla at 13^. a 14a. Plteaa. lim'mm.) 2I. t9� at. tSa. Prem.  Taiw per Ceae. dim* it �6m Prem. Englrth Copper xl. Wdm mt) Salt Tallin 1 per Cent. Prem. s Land, fait ai fkM'm iTwaeaee^ mm.-.mimV-affmf HIS Majeily having ktKzr&mmfo WJhm, 17333* ttrimm Bmitt m�i  * amlWmrmmi O&cr* # AtJtt^d A**ey % fhip m+ to givt Kith* n *B fci> tf't&uaaix^lbftmm Jit J tn � tone it* y>t*ifJtpf. lj)ttd*.Qfm aT am. jtfiit Nam at Chatham, PmfmmA aod jF+mmdL ami �mtb t&fCltrJb tftht Citjm if D^fffmrJ amJmaJmiA, uitb tbt ffa-val OJCcer, mt Harvest,, A^W�ajeV|l % �rt h imj^i#*Ufa,tk*lan>aMdttmli&j/mk WUtm ta tbt Bouft ,f tbt JaiJCborifh ami www dm f^CmStm- Diilaiut f>om tbt Plteti aSiist-matmrm\ t-j -rrfr is f rtftr Jb WommCvbttu mvm^-^^JSiAm*�mW e'Fary Iffirauuttm i ami ibtwt hutg Grmmi ta id^ dpt ajtjt� G*vermi�tf ttfJaiJCbari^mmfb^imjw^Jmayiil^jma^ Rifcfu tbt mJavtt fjrnb StaOi�� wba SJt LaZS^-. $Otb of Jxjufit 1732, frvci&J ikri* Citompamma tbt Rtilts thtrtaf; tbtft art t�Httiu U *8IfiJamx repair or ftml t9 tbt abavt-mam'd* Pi*uttt dmf tin mapj* fr*+ JffSatitSh i*nb$gkx limit*. tkart^^B m^ut atdmXmm^ otTiufJajtbt \otbtf Stpn&r, or $ Cfci anftrMhmq It nttivt **JaJjm/i tit Ciaimu of aB Sub WsJk^al'^aS Cuflom-IIoaife, Lnmfagy s4Am>i73f. THEr^na^m^efhu^i^tfifi C*Mm d * btrtbj grv* SatUt, that tbrt i.twtta�i if tba t*wm-Ptji an aitataau Ittur. dauJ iSa t zsb Imiam. J^d B.f. frofofiag ta Jifivtxr Fiamji emmiutJ *� tl* PrtjaJLa qf tbt Rvvt^ij^ jSferf I mittjmeJL: atiimdlbf Ctmuij/iiaetx,..amim*h mt ^xh�br-t0mfi~tStiama be Jtfui} ixill bt gr*mtJ, ami be- maf h aj^tetsmt Afmrn.-miM le Lpt pm; :       '                    ,        "    j    -- '- '-   V       Ai^ei si, 1734, T�//iE Committee far MmsgtMg lie Ctonm* * i.iglt$ grte b'itue. tbat omf Pajem xJbt art miUnf am  r*�m/. may gite i� tbsir Pnfapdi, katd     iy tit xitb t�Jmmt,Slt- Cunmi/tu neetirg tbat Dap U rtneiae tbt jam H. B .i!l hume iu* lb* z$tb *f tebtmmty wtf, tie Jaid C/tdba/g atbv.ixg a Difmat tffu Mtatit lm***p hr tb* �*me, 4? *t* Rate of 5 /- per Ceo* per Mm- **d tbat Ate^Jatt* If pua far that Parpeje at An H�u. *%*ry ?*jd*y ami fif^T^p till tbe JJ/� Uia*t. finm to o i t'Cixt -^strrZi fke C.cHuf* Bre cc�S� e> ~zr&g rihar Ncees mMv-. N BukJ; B. Mzirt:f;mer.ts in this Pafer of a moderate Length art taken in at       ?MIik�$ exb. 3c &.~^::.f\;x<:.$r<-j~,   

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