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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 16, 1834, London, Middlesex                                FRIDAY,' August tit 17J4- y Pelerfburgi July zt. I HE Pawn de Bracket, the Ruffian Miniflcr at the Court of tJenroark. hiving wrote Word 40 her Czarian Ma-jeily, that the Commander of the French Squadron had dclivct'd to him the \ 2; Kuluans, Part ot the Ship'* Crew formerly taken by them and cctxJuelcd to France, and that the reft _   _   were expected every Hour at Co pen- 'Jt.L-.:...-. ~ "Irtjgto, as likewifcine "Krrgiteiticir'on fgui of which they were taken, her Majefty has thereupon imattL'd a Courier to Admiral Gordon at Cron.ladt, but we " arm* km wither he carries any -Orders with-relation to-rfjeir iBtnediate Departure, dot whether her Majefly defigns tkt&trttull be transported to Copenhagen, or rclch'd from CtBoJbatby the Ships of their own Nation : All wc can gather k. dot die Czarina has direeled the laid Admiral totapply tien with proper Necefiarirs for their Voyage, and to take Oct in the ciean Time, that neither the Ofhccrs or Soldiers hrte rwnvw complain of the Inhabitant! of'the Country. IfsCzarian Majefly having deterrnin'd, that itHSasHby no ttam proper to (after the lJanrzickers to put a Garrilon into Wkaraimmde, wrote to Count Munich, that in cafe King JUgnfas aeckn'd to emply his own Troops in that Service, lemft immediately throw a Detachment of Ruffians into that tea. Ret'jbn, Araji 13.  The States of the Circle of Bavaria broke up their Diet at Muhldarf, af:;r having regulated the ' Ccttiftgau of Troops the &id Circle is to fend tVthe-lniperial Arsv, as alio the Military Cheit for their Suhfiftance. Thcfe Troop; tare already begun to afiemble. The Quota to be fur-ci&'d by the Archbifhop of Saltzburg is order'd to march to JPrcsrg; the reit, amounting to 3473 Foot, are to be divided .jam three Regiments and foznc ocil- Qwnpanies, and will join fentorith Prince Eugene's Army. Fretlfirt^ Ju^ji 15. /The. EmperorjLAnny, which for aartwo Months together bad kept almofl in View; of that of France, was rhrown oh: by the late March of the French, sad is now 16 or 17 Leagues off. In (hort, the Marihal VAtScSdt hai lead Prince Eugene a Wild-Goofc Chafe; but bk Higisds having mark'd him, hopes to recover Sight of kin once more by the long Marches he propofes to take injiis Raam 10 Hcsdlcberg, Prince William of Hcffe-Caflel, Brother rathe King of Sweden, having fund five Days with Prince Begcte, u arnv'd here on his Return to CafTel. The various Modctb which tht Imperialifls have been oblig'd lately to pake, fcis f.� Prince Eugene In a Re&lution to olablilh here as Magazines of Provifions, and fcvetal new Ovens have been . hafc acrordicgly ; there are no Ids than 400 Bakers employed daily ia bakmg-Bread for the Imperial Army.  A terrible De-tam rages amoogit the Danifh Troops, notwithAandibg all _tbrtknentf Vtorner caH do Co prevent it. far Dan ago at Nobility, it now (bines witb a numerous and pleads) Court,  Men have already begun to work on new fcrtifcatipos. in order to put us in a better Condition to fuftain ay ftenreTBreau of the French. We are perfc&ly convincM that we bad not fo much Reaibn for our late Conllernation as �asfceaev'd, finccthe Motion of the French this nay was only a Feint to amufe Prince Eugene.  The Army of his mall Cki&ua MajeCy having encamp'd 1 z Days upon the Hill at OfOttaa, and in the Valley of. Nieder-Ulm, withdrew from fcnccpn the rzth atNigbr, taking their Rout along the Rhiae, and with fuch Diligence, that tftey pab'd the (kmc Day the Towns of Worms and Franckenrjbal.   Ycllcrday, atJLinJ. the sJomicg, they made a bait three Leagues from Manheim, ' ia a Place calTd LambJheim on this fide the Rhine.   The JiarOalifc Asfctldt's Deigns, we muft own, are at prefect im-_   peoetabk, but we iufpect chat be intends to pais the Rhine at cptrr, ind to lend a large Detachment thro' (he Country of �irteejietg towards Old BriJackand Friburg, in otdcr to be-fc^one or cthacf thofe Places j and 'tis believ'd, that if his Troops omaace their March with the Diligence they ict out, t^ey *3t lavs time to form their Trenches, and bring op thfir balarlag Csrjjon before the IinperialiJU can caufc them any lB*   r .: .t:.r 3. 15 Reghneflrirot regular Troepl 'tsJ aooooHorie, thoaof them Tr.vazxrfzt* or Gentlnnen. 1 .Bat dus nay wast Ccnrirrr.atiori. * On VVednefday the DireAon of the South-SeS-Company held a Court, purfuant to tbeir Summons, on feme Affiun of Importance, and a Mildenieanour being at the (ante time, al-ledg'd againfl one of their Clerk;, he was difcharg'd : they afterwards adjourn d to the middle of September. An Equeftrian Statue of his late Majefly King William, defign'd to be crefled in the middle of Queen-tjuare in Btittol. purioant to the generous Subscription of the Merchants of chat City, being now 6niQTd by Mr: Ryflmitk, the Nobility and Lovers of Sutuary rcfort daily to that Gentleman's Houfc in i^yP^^k^Mflwj^ being efteem'd a fine - T*�fror�an�rv^ Ycllcrday the Duke of Lorrain, Capt. WiUbo, from Eaft-Iodia, came to her Moorings at Eriff. Lalt Tueflay the Indian Chiefs, wirJr tter Atteolants, went to fee the Cuftom-Home, where they were receiv'd by Order of tbe CommifBoncrs, and viewM fuch of the Offices there as they defir'd, the Watchmen and other Officers^attending. They afterwards went to the Tower, and were receiv'd by Major White, the Commanding Officer, in his Apartments, who attended them with the Warders of tbcTower, and Aew'd them every thing to be fecn there. Yeflerday the Rev. Mr. William Bowman, Curate of Sir John Horfly-down, was married to Mrs. Hill, of Enneld, Daughter of Mr. William Baker, Purveyor to the Bridge-houfc; a Gentlewoman of 40001. Fortune. The lame Day the Arches of the new Sewer at Fleet-Ditch were intircly complrated.  Col. Manning, who has been dangerouily ill at Bath, isfc well rccovcr'd, that he is ftortly expecled in Town front thence. --- The Lady of Sir John Hind Cotton, Bart, lay laft Night dangerouily ill, at his Houfc in Bover-rtreet. This Morning the Corpfe of the Right Rev. Dr^Richard Willis, late Lord Bifltop of Winchcfler, will be carry'dfroro bis Houfc at Chelfea to (he Cathedral of Wincherter, there to be intcrr'd, according to his Will.       -- Yetterday at the Affixes for the County of Sutry, held at Ringflon upon Thames, Thomas Perkins, the Gardener, was. capitally convicted for the Murder of his Wife, who was big with Child, by ftabbing her into tbe Groin with bis Pruning-Knife. This Day comes on the Trial, at Ringfton, of the four Bridewell-Boys, that were taken up at the UiVElcftion in tbe Borough of Souttiwark, for creating a Riot there. Laft Friday fcveral Horfcs (tarred at Black-Hamilton in Yorkihirefor the Purfeof $0 Guineas, which was won by Mr. Croft's Bay Horfc; and on Saturday fcveral likewiic itarted on the Cud Courfe for hu Majefly'* Phte d( 109 Guineas, which was won by a Bay Mare of Mr. Ruth's. Ob Tucfeay JbiuV^tegaa the Races at Baihaa.PowTM, cear Canterbury, when Mr. Grcfwood's Cbcfhut Horfe ty. and Mr. Blackland's Bay Gelding Gw>r, ftartedfor bb Mijeity's Plate of too Guineas, and the lame was won by Mr. Grcfwood's Horfe. On Wedncfday three Horfcs flaned for the County Plate, viz. Mr. Honywood'* Bay Horfe IVbiit-Ligt. Sir Robert Fagg*s Grey Horfc Blue Cap. Yeflerday Buik Stock w� 1 yi x half. In* Ut T Soith^n TranW Stock ^ *M ***** Ditto New Arwttjoo 103 1 4th, �o| t halt. T�Mt Cent. An*rity 91 t half.  MittiwBank to8i Ycrk-Buikhrp j i halt Royal AffiMaci; oft Aflunnr. ,4" a 1 4th.  Near ��d� CbcnU^ Prem. Soath-S� Bomb �1. ts�.IVtfa.-Mmj Prem.   Thtw per Cent.       tL Ua. njfc-Cvppcr tL tea.  weBh dloo Books ftm. **/ t 4th |WCeM-Pmirr 'THE Truflm appoint^ by M st-i *   mat fir rtteUi^ tit fWjft CWi f____ Mortyr, mrt JUjSriH mm mlik CrtwmTmvtnt *�W �lt . CW. *. tftinfUjtb. ttft U/mmt, ml 4 ,'Ckti ia C Ah A I S, T'HE Mary SJoop. Hal phrr Giibi. c��.Mec, ails T�a rov, bo� frfa�at Hmttf4cmn Caaktej ta Oeom *4 ttibtpti, a*4 itit]r I* with ovtb* Oatth m&ju^bsmmt Of AaOctiim Cofie-koanv or at _ Uaa *a4twki SwiihU'smltry, bathlMrl �oval KsduDg*. aai m Mkhari �aar*>ail ~kcr avsr Towtr Dout. John Twynun for tbe Majltr. 0 |-       g_        J| THE KarJitfineSlooii, CUtboteninml,,, m oa car, ww Ifkg MHorflr-^owa Chakto K Oooii1 awl. rabaftra, mi mt$ H ' with  �� ho�^ or at Sm lai Md Sao fa S*i h�VaUer, h�t amtbe t�|ar; Esthwee. atatkMci ***** at tbtT^.aaafc' . iwn tai. mi anrh�a�sj^m&mm MVIerorihc DtJfh. Sloop) �C�rt�VCmii-hoawsWl^�^^ ftic>* Stairs. - John Tvtymxa-ftr tbrMajler.  "' aril's Mr. Homily's Grey Mare Drtwj^Jtm, Yefterday five Horfcs were to run Uw the Right-Hon. the Earl Cowpcr's Eltie, via. Mr. Winter's Grey Mare, S�v*%-7i�sy.   Mr. Richard Horolhy'sSorrel Horfe, MenyHarritl. Mr. White's Bay Gelding, D'tammJ. Sir George Oxenden's B^ Horfc,. Mr. Robert Farence's Say GckUng, J3am. -TABdthi^Day eleven Horfcs are to run for the City Pbte, viz. ----- -itlr.-eTtfwootfrWhitettorfi!1;--^/-^^: Mr. Tomkins's Brown Horfe, Rabin-lLed. .......... .An-;i,~.__.______,___________" ......-r-T**->~-Tr-~* 7   T*i }&tk to the Downs ....._ ... i-,iuith. for Gibraltar ; a a     '   7 I     'I .'_ JMJiasaf4iiia have ia rav taatt.  Amv'd, 'Iiinorryr . *ad.J       h^hct, fros* \n^ci^ ; A'>U bgtn?. wi.v. 'ootwithilanding Lis great Age, :s f*n�ery Djv on llorieback, and exem tatnfclt \- ^ i-*-prosng Activity. The g^oJ Order and DifciphiK aich reigm tinxwniwt feu HighoelVs Army, is likew.ie mention'd with pesttnosniiuni*, ca the lc^ft Violence 01 Injury to any os.c ckaping unpucifii'd; as an lnilscqe of which, Uiofe LxtleIJL 8?ve aa Account of a SolduT diat wjs hang"d lot laving cut eff laeLicefraca h;sCoowide'sHa,: ar.J iod it. Tis reckon'd, mat Printe Hu^ne's Airoy, after the Ar-rrralof the Contingents of Bavaria and Culugn, which are cu the Point cf joinu? brm will caausi oi a Hundred and odd thoa&ad Men. SoBe Advices from Poland by the Way ol Hamburg import, teat King StarulUus Invicg arriv'J (ale at his Army, *�aawat txc llraat of joooo folcs, aiadngil whom were MrLciarke's Bay Marc, Wall-Eyi Mr. Clarke's Grey Gelding, K'cud-if-lt-amJ. Mr. Stodder's Grey Gelding, BufiUr. Sir George Oxenden's Bay Mate. Ball Slnkt...... Mr^ArooW'* Cheihut Mare, Pojl-Jtwy. Mr. Derm's Grey Horfc, fitartj. Sir Robert Fagg's Sorrel Msrc. A Grejr Gelding from Royfloo. MHames Fodgeafs Chefcut Horfc. la;::*- Ho.xh in Burtholoinew.Fak, there are feme-new fcrndcr-"taSetV," ai!-.:. that Mr. Ryan, MtvM�;Chs*-ii ,1:., aad Mr. Hall, are to perform Don John : Or, 'l'hc Liiii.ari.ne Dtif hoy'd, with the comical Humours of Jacorno, -nd a BailadOpera ali'd The tJARatr.* Island : Or, The P�tticoat Gov,eaHi�fir.T ; the &�>g* io'thj. Opera never pcrform'd in PuLHck j in which, they have en. gag'd feveral other of the bell Ptrformen, a* Mr. Peijlkxhuun VJr MuUart, Mis. Roberts,.Mrs. Mullart.'&c. with Dancio' by Monf. \ dlois. Mils Rogers, Mr&Manrr, and ilrs. V allots. � iiiTT, -Vrr.tfr -t {x>ndcn-l|riJge this Day, at 47 Minute* after 12 in the Momuig and at 17 after 1 in the Atteraocn. TTHllUREAS a       fiandaious AriuL was fubbpfd in lit Dajjy Journal if WtdnsfJuy ikt 14/* Influnl, t�ft�g on Afftrpw on lb* TRUSl'fcfcS FOR GhORGlA, at if ibry b::Jgiven QrJtriJir the Indian Ciuft la le fublidlj Jbt-ixn 1* all iurimt Ptijlni: Tbii it la fafujj ikt Pmt/ni, tbat tbt 'irujttti bavt lit ulmsfi Abkttitmt it f� inioffiablt ami inhuman Biha-.trur lam-ardt litem, baling alu-ayi Irtattd I tun *xitb tht ulmijS Ci%ilitj, and fit mitt id mat but PtofJt cfFajbi'.n It  �omd a lover. Cfkcaoat of tht Ootnd End of the PUy, Lrs Berfcta, by Mr. Utvcnportj^ 14^ fgmtir rj The  M O C VL r Q C TOR: 0    ____     -     "~ The DumbTCady Cur'o N�D. tUti. Ko^ett*; 'he Mock U. <1;r, *fn-Hyjtraa,.^ Bixtt At.   Pit S�. bd.    , ua Tectday the josh.l-Jl*;*. *M vsf**baH4 m CmHf �Thc  FRC>VOK*D  liusCANO V o a, *  � A Jou�.miv to LONDQN�- Ei U 00 fU O*/. T i!jt f|.ti �.'-4 CUci 
                            

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