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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 17, 1834, London, Middlesex The titOf Advcrtifcr: Numb. tto$. S A Ttf tD'At, Aug us t i7,-*'7J4� 1 ii 1 tin > Ttjfttday arriv'da Mail from Holland. Mtntz-y Angull 17. |ES'f KRDAYa fcuchmcntofHitftri that had been Tent to rcaShooiue the Enemy, return'd hither, with 5 Milks richly laden with the Booty they had taken from the Enemy, after laving | beat cfFthe Guard. A Trumpet eaAe hither to Day from Marina! &Asfctldt, i and having delrvet'd his Meflage to the Governor, was fcric backto the French . Army j but, we cannot learn ithe hrticBlaw of *is Errand. jfarfaiv, J�h 30. fl'nc Prince of rleffc-Hornbeirg, Ge-fceiaiof the RuftanTroopa, rtotfi Poland about the End of ioftelaft, with a confidcrablc Body of Men. aftd advane'd di-pflly to flrdoVin Podol ia, whkkFlace fmrendcr'd upon Snm-ta&u. � HoExccllency^tmarch'dtoZharazh, ttadfinding the Gatcsthot sgainilt him, and the Governor obftinate, he cat-rVd the Town by Aflault, and put the GanHbn to the Sword. After this Expedition the Prince divided his Troops, leaving Partat^haoab, and marching with the reft to StanuWow, ~ia hopes of furprizing the Pafcuin ol Kiow, but he was gone two Days belorerHis "Excellency has however inverted the Town, and is proceeding tb an Aiuck. The& are at preterit three Bodies of Polifh Troops liibfifting in the Kingdom, ens � fclajetti'a Birtn-Day, the Queen gave a fplendid Entertainment at Monthijon. The King then enter'd the 45th Year of hk Age. His Ma-jeflf I* eMecled bereabbot thereto ofnexf Mbhth. �-t-TfcliiiVp&'MiarJjjffi:^ TkeKttr|it.^A�6tWf Amy toriv'd; the Djty betore Yxlterday at Lnbacb, Iran . wlrMtie k dcciioip'd the next Morning to advance towards the L: Rhine, and pis that River, in order to fupport the Marftal de Noailles, who is at Bruchfall With bis Corps rf Troops, The Count de Befiifle, who commanded a feparate Body at Worms, decamp'd from thence, and^amv'd theat Oggerheiw. ThJhgi look as if the F/ebch had a mind to tfcffdT themfHves ef the Pefb upon the NecttaV, in order toobbgePrince Eugene soretSttintofranconias and if that's thecale, we may once morecxp�cVaBaulei4 r_______; ..... Fraaffirt, Avguft id.' Prince Eugene's Army quitted their Canip the 15th, early in the Morning, and arrived in the K*eamg at PhWtfad^ about a League from Darmfladt: The famt Day the King of Pruffia having fcen the Army file off, *t out for Mentz. On the 16th the Imperial Army arriv*d at Weinhejin, where it halted thfc t^xtDay, and purpos'd to be Yelltrdayat Ltcimen. Priao&Jlugene has detached Prince George of Hcfle-Caflel, with zo fiatralloris and 20 Squadrons, lSUSifc^..tDHeilbroo, o> prevent tJ<� Enemy's taking Poilcmon "--^--that inpomujt Poll, We are affur'd that above 20000 frtnch ire ww on this fide the Rhine. _________'_........._ _ , $%kt, Auguft i4t. They write from Italy^ that an Attempt had been made by the Impcrialifls to carry off the King of Sardinia,'' but it did not fucceed. --. From Copenhaguen, "V�*�tCduttPleto'sWidolrm ton ddfver'db� twomagh-ttt�-r AndfronVSpalnT^aihist^olick MayJL^bad ret^Btl yaU his Subjeai out of foreijm Countries. \ A*gufl 15r Wind S. W. Remain in the Downs, TwBJStej, Ray, for Cork r Beatselerki BaUy, for Hoi-\p n Athlon, Brooks, the Jamaica, Firggor, tbeLeganea, Toll, the MaremaLd, Crawford, and the Dragon. Bell, for Gibraltar; lames, Yoakley, for Carolina. *Arriv'd, Lake, Faro, tromBWbauoes. L O N DON. Our Letters by the luft Mail miiinform'd us w'rth relation to �� Departure of his Highncfs the Prince of Orange from the Imperui Army on the Rhine; HU iiudineis returned thither on uttirdiy the 14th lnftanr, N. S. from vifitiug the Forti �ca of Mentz, and immediately after making a Circle of V Uiistohu Piuliun Majeily, the Piince Royal, Prwce Eugaic. *c *R*|nou�' �va� fpreiu) that his Highness was about to return n , 5f^5 anJ thc Rep0** fiwn'J Cimfinn'J. as fome Poil oo>� had been tnt the lame Day to engage Relays of Horfo MColugn, and other PUce* in the Road to HolLnd : Bat It' a'tetWird.appear'd, that ti�ofe Relays wcic for his Pruuun. ^ / 1 A Majefly. wteEmfieg hjanclf fcaethmg rtHevUfwam ins F& oftheGoot, Irfttte Imperial Camp c� Sunday fe^kmitttt, and went to Mean, where Baviag dm'd wk* the EMur, his MajeSy eiatarkd on boardfii, tk^Wttigtalefi,. Yacht, and &,rd down the Rhine coCologt. HbMa��y fUid there two Days, and then fix out fry Land for WeM 1 he wascxpefted as this Day attbrHagve, andwutotakcl^y^mhatway, in order to conmlt wkn the Immmi Dr. |fa>cfuiitre. 'We bear from RymoatB, Aax da Friday N�bt the OtK Tnffinr, ifit TerralVcra, of �j from SfioLUJen with Groceries, Sec tat that Town, tmttKta& Totnefi, was fitandtd^^hear the, Ram-head t all theSngm, except 98 Lanvts, wcrefpoiTd; but the Iron Warn that wtrt in her were moflly fav'd. by the Alliance of Mr. Tokher, the Tide-Surveyor, and the other OSom oiT the CnUonis. The Country People came down in grtat Number*, bat wefe out* civil than jufoal on loch Occafiom. On Sunday, by the Violence of the Sea, the Ship was beat to Faeces, the Wmd being at Sooth-Weft. She had onboard, as the Maier report?, upwards of fixty Hcgfheads of Sugar. YcOerdayhis Excellency the ChevaSet D*Oabrio, Eiwroy Extraordinary from the King of Sardinia, had a private Audience of his MajeSy at Kcnfing^ba, to conMnunicitc feme Difparxbcs that he had iobAM the Day betbrc from his Ccnit. . Yeflerday two Exprrfles difpatch'd from Kenfington; the one to the Earl of Waktegravr, ha Majefry's Ambatfadcr at the Cbart of France, and tne other to Mr. Keene, bisMa-jefty's Minitler in Scant. Tha Day their MaitAa and Ae icft of the Royal Fam9y will hunt in Richmbod New Park. His Majrfly having bom aoqpuntta that Corn near London is all a, mtcads to hunt a Stag next Saturday on SunboryCommcn. . "- � Lalf Week a one Monument was feet down to Woburn Abby m Bw!i�dflure, a> be fix op there, in McmorT of bis Grace the laierDnke of Beolbrev ~7 " . Lajt ThorfSay died at lis Honfe at Greenwich, Capt. Draper, formerly CtamrnaaJrt of the Croim Lad Week was isterr'd in WcOmiater-Abbey, from hn Hot& in JamesVfbm, the: Ccrpfe^W Chnlliin Cofc, Elqj one of his Majrfly*s JnfHccs of the Peace Tor the County of Midaletex t a Gcntl-tnan whogawchinitelf early to the Pub-lick, and having done many eminent Services to his Country, paniculaHyduru^hisfiefidencewith a pnbikkCharaaer at Venice, was rtWarded %vUh that Sari^fiAion which arifes in generous Miodsftotn a OwJorwfaeftof good Acbom. He was endowed with great mrmal Parts, cniprcVd by a libenl Education, andJaiuVd by Icog Experience and Readings was in Behaviour a fineGemlcman, inConvcrfatkafiJid, yet entcr-mning^~ta FrscndQap optat and futhful^of a cali Cf MhhI renderty human, and the ByafaVof-aUlu>AAions waaaum-vcrfalttenevblences and ht �n he added, that be was a Gen* ttefnan who never loft a Friead, or made ao Enemy. �n.ri.ni~. *-�~- w^a �-�^� � M,�.>��, ,|W* �i-o.mU'ITf* ^ ^ - High Water at J^otxkw fjndge this Day. at 44 Minutes after 1 in the Me�n^; and at so ate a �Ah^inoott. , Yeflerday Bank Stock was 1 jy 3 4ths, �57 iSPT^^ 141 , halt lkiath^Tia�iia�S�xk 79. ^C4^lll�J�i�iei IOi 1 8th. Ditto New A-soia 103 . taM. Three p� Cent. Aimaity 91 1 4th, a 1 half. fl� fcnk ib8. Adt&wio. York|aiTn^ 3 1 I*. 9*m ^ft**^6 5 4ths. Loadoa A&waaoe 1 z, a 4th. New Bask Car-cotatibn it ass. Ptdb, SontlhSai Bc�d*_aL. 16s. a 171. Prem. (t�k dm� xTi** * jt fte�. Timjw Cent, ditto il ^pMm. Eiiglift Copper aL s$a. WcUh4n� Books flint. SabrTatuci 17 Augufl, 1734. TT*// E Managers for txtboxgug Tttkels for X C?ttjfic*f?$ im the O^MC^mm LtiU^ AhW 1733', JS*4ji*g. Ait mtmtbftma�m tt* Ntiut by tbm givta |_riv 27/* DajtfJmlfhft^^lbMf tUyvumU ftttaJ daily t� tiit Detf imtlafivf, mt mJy&ui* UimlnitrTiihitifer Ctrtijr.atrtt k^mjmjiMk^mCimfiuta jir Ttthhtattr'J, tbtr* ait utfiaJryf ik fimtfkbtt mhmjjki*ubttuttr'A firCtr- iit fiesta i tt* /aid hfmmagrri Atitjwt potthtt futibtr AVw, that tkiy tsill mttemdisfysm WtimfimfU evirf tfari, U iah in tbt tatfomdux SjutOh iiaJ dt&xr tat C^tifoaSn in Urn, thtruf. � -� Asguil 15. 1734. *jT* ti'E Committee for Managing the Cenpexs maf geot im thtir Pttftfth, imtd if, ty tteltStk !*ftaaJ,i% C**mitut auerag tkat Dst it nttavr ttt Jsm*. N. B. A*f Ptrfot may tt )i#nfd mwt jmttifmUtly by efjjj tMg tttht Stotton, M ibrirCpa uiTtliiyput. At ike DcfJt rf TO MO CHACHI, MitU tt K,, tf ttt ltdimms / r*m*tr**c, SENAfJKJ Hi H'ift. TOOANAHOW1 kit Kt^, mJ the ,ejl rf tt,: lmduuu. AT the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's* Inn- �* ceri^iar*teM t>:(*>c � ca 1 he tUy. B*xti 51. Pit 31. Ftt/Gjlitrf is. UftrrGallery 11. Tui.u t> be h*4 *t Ut. vjkixtuitt IMUnttcr, ��toi f.isi Ustts, Coti-i-.O*' *t .t,t fit 1>j.i ba: oac luftjt tUf-'u m Gfc�i Ccmx* luco, Mttr I �y.�c.Vlani t ciii; tad fiats* (O be ttkea u lb; Italic. At FIELDING **l DATES* � GittAt THKATklCAt BoOlfM, , hi tbt George - Inn ^Tard% Weft Smisbft!& jSuRl NG the Timeof &rt1i6lbinew4?ai^ 4-/ wi� he pnfhtwa a D�a>��klat*t�fBawrt, wwrniirfhtaw tt�>� cali'J. D O N iC A1ttiOS� Prince of $i*Ali^ -t*wbkM�tllba~aMtd,�Mw hatuiaOntta,uU*4 , The CONS TAN T7L O V E RS�1 Witb tb&imulHMmtntfMmf. Raoout. , laMraaVa'wiib Vtfktv.ol Sws>, �k tb OU aalto4 Twns anl ----voaatii -PamK."" *, . AUthtClwaftmawwiiaewitvn'd.- . ' / Wi:hla�ml9ow*�of D�*tia�bit�tMihaaAt by MhPaMaffMm, MfvDavtnM t, hUUcrOam, ItifiOMts. tadlothtr^ . . , am rimhtr, to Awtt ru AotitnM durin* Uh m* of taa *eo*, the f.mou* Mt. (artilba will ptrfuna an kmuWTfott��� oatal - St�(t, . ....... - , . : , � N. k aa �rtna�dti Waah Ham, 9tc ..... � v.:-. "�. The |>�ibf , vtral hrgo m�vw� and l�whttre�, �>tb�x*oAtM�t�y_eTwa ConV, naat; awt Ntfwanf Qjidtitttt Ca.O^mtf ffinv*}U Yata, y ;t V Tt ftp* tvtty Daym 1 SCM, tidcutituttiU\\tit MWV . .Note. This lla� Mr. tUmt R'hwrft h(� May, att4^flffll fut Mufecl, at hit o�n liouft, tht BulTitb *rtr.fft� Wootatbarf, M Tenia,iha Mornkg. ' _ , mi , Villi,. | 1 "'!.,.!.. !.j,� ."��''-'' GREEN-STREET RACES. To h Rti� for> at Kkntish -T 0 wit* \ in tbt &untf of MddUfts, ' 1 i QN Monday the' l^th Infant, a Purfc of TeACwaraa, braay Hwb, M�m ordeUinf, ixHantaaltaf ' many tmStoat, all aWvaor under t�allow Wcitht fa taaanm� �>r*i� t6 tha Ruiea �i Horfmiaafhla. iba hall �f ihtat Haatt, (hat . Mile* utLHeat} w par Ou� Qw>4* hotftm,-MTwo at4ha.fti I l tuld't than three to ftaru . . -� , K ' . On TueOaf the aottt, a Parfs ol Fi�a Coineaa to hi RttO lot by 0�W, . lo��f( that, oerar woa ahnat thai VaW'at an| higt, to carry nine Stoor��Q under to all and to.Run *�, t>^
I. wen'atjojinuJ With di* Will-JnJiA Tiadc, ha* ting bceolorne Y�iito��r tlieia, ' r OSTin \_J % l,#t.c fcl Kcw BontJ-ftrtcf; fome time ; __^ . Iiju'.c biv>*o iruj whi e Sptt'iel KlKb, l�if l�|fa fptnie tri�o aoi *K;tc, bcr Ear* ao imk bsoi$ well, nor trvTttJ tVtraerer tftca* Ww'Ma Lyon'a, tt rw Sif� of tha Angel* ,forefai4 Sticm, *.hul cue a Cutcea Mcaafd. AdveriifemcMs in this Pajcr of �t moderate Length are taken in at Tum Sbillings each.
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