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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 19, 1834, London, Middlesex J'eflctJiiJ atrnTd a Mail frstn Frame. Paris* sluguil 2 j. . H li Opinions ot, Pecp'.c vary' tftuch upon the ic*l Difj-ofit!t
agafijft the Town, arid that the Garrifon an-i*wer*4^U tW>j�y, with,as warm a Fire ; but that cn the ift _ lajlMti the Btficgcis having difmounted cne ot-the-E�roy*s �acna �f eight Guns, their Fire was greatly diminifh'd. Tbofc Leftersadd, that his Majcfty went frequently into the Trenches; -fndjaat.tne^f lace would be fooh oblig'd to furrender in a few Day�. Tht Troops before Pdara have already made aconfi--dtrablt Bnoch there, and will be foon Maftersof that Fortreft, They*write_from Cadiz of the 5th Intfant. thatontbe^d vill be vera! Ream of this (uch thttc-Jjiltjigtte Ships, and onc~Mercnantriian arriy'd within two j t-aguu pf thaF^^udrtmt^rtielrta^ng confifted^in^GoId 'and Stiver, to the Amount of lour Millions of Pieces of Eight, and two NliUions meve In Merchandizes, as well for Account ot _the King as the Merchants* Wejeatnfrom theTlhineof the it6h, that the Marlhalde NomTIo wag ittutn'd.tb ^'ort-Lewis with 30060-Men, that he pa&'d the Rhine wjth his Troops on the 151b, and that it was unknownwhcther.be was to undertake the Siege oi JJritic ortoproaed'oh any other Expedition.!- "*...............� The Envoys from Tripoli and Turin, who have been here three or lour Months,' are fet out on their Return home. M&nt\ Atmp 11. The Generals of the Emperor's Army and iliofc of 5ie Allies, "feem equally vigilant to gain an Oc-ufion Qf.eogagjng' the btfier with Advantage, 'fhe "King qf Sardinia has dcractrti th^aVlarfhal d|^ogl^jW��'�'�-*�dy oi Troops.up the Sccchia, to oblerve if the lmpcrialilt* have really -ahB4gn !pmetratc.ksathe Nfilaiwie. JJieir Prcpajatltms fet ot imfeal to put the thing beyond doubr, but Defcrtca-ie-poiV ibat tney-lavc'E&t a .Stock ol" J'tovitions lufBcient. to undertake fuch an Expedition. Tlicimpcriat Army has been -tonfidtrably ie'm?ort'd; 'tis aiWd it now confiftsof 74 Squa-Cxcns ;,nd 38Battalions; thai of theAUies contains 48 Squadrons �ad 60 Battalions' The Dclertion fiota both u equally great, b3tuttt.Uftndiag tlio Care taken 10 hem the Troops' in with Unts aiid l>nancirin*ofcler to prevent it. Tiiey write from Sw^Uiiland, that they tvvarm there with Defciten. The Camp oi tbe Allies abounds at prc&tu with Piovifioa The Imptriaiitts are now on a gcnfral t'oiage, to get togethet what they tan from the Frontiers of the Venetian Territories. A Report is current here, that Prince. Lewis of Wirtembcig. fe-eond'Gcneial'of the Imperial Army in Italy, hasabiurM Lu-theranuai. and embraced the Roman Cathckck Religion.' TbcUtc Duke Regent of Wirtemberg wjs a Proieilant, but the prefer* Duke, elder Brother to Prince Lewis, having been educaied at the Emperor's Court, is a Cathohck. The Mar-flwJ deCoigny, to flint on the Imperial Army as much as poffible, haspoflfels'd hum; If of the PaUb of Regio, Gcnzagua, Gazsolo, Bozzolo and Guailclla. .'"'S5S� 4*�uj' ii- Tue Stutes of the Hereditary Couu-U;� of the Houic ot Auf.ria, 16 give new Proo.'s of their Zeal ar.JAttaciimert to trrt Emperor. hftiT^t ingjeh gratimjh p!ea?dt'H . .*>>�' �' - ---------- . MlTs" Leigb^. Daughter and tie Heircfs of Col. Leigh, ot Adington-HallnearCheaer. * Hb Excellency the Envoy de Thorn, who was (aid by nrifV take in fomc of the News-Papers, to have taken a Tour into Saxony, fet out fometime fince for York, in order to be prefect at the Races there, and was jajifirwards to proceed to Scarborough, to drink the Waters for the Recovery of hiiJlealth. On Saturday lalt died iu Hamm-Gardcn, the-Lady of Dr. Horfeman, of a Mifcarriage; and two Dayr before died the DoclocVonly Daughter, a Child of tWo Years old. � Late on Friday Night ended t,be A0k ( thai has ttm> at iheH(|-mifk�tTnt�ifttBls Summer, tean't, wiihout blulhinj. hope for �nf psrticultr Favour* for* rhyieif, cfprcially tvheit I cmfidtr ho* good ihs Town bat beta Hi tufiin Atofa nptitei Error*} vet I Wt help tOftfrffint -r--- - � tbt Dcfit tf TOM O C H A C H I. MUb� m Ktwg 0/ tb* Indian, tf TaiiHUr*!*,, SJJNAUKI Ml Wifc TOOANAHOWl bit Ntfbcw, *ud tk ,nft tf lit -�-Jmfami. , ~ ' - ' - 'j AT the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's-Inn': T Fields Tomorrow the aoth ti>Uanr, wiU b*pif UmU aCootdy, "The PROVOK'D HUSBAND : , o a", . - A Jourmev to LONDOM With Bmcruiamcutt bctwean the Aft*, as will ba cspfcii'd fa 18a- BiDi I'oniorrow Btxti^t. Pit 31. FirpGalttrftj. VlfcrOathrrxT"" -Ikk�j 10 bo hid sc Mr. Arne'i^ Upbolftcrer .wd Uo�tfrnkw, tVam' King liiref, Co�ecu GarAsn. it the ccif Doer hot orw lo|J,tJaiiaTi�a itftatQiieeo (Ircet, oear LiocoluVInn F�ldtt tod riaccitob e, txuif ta (ot aor Fci&m i-K.:, Likewifc hitt'aawui 1'uituic-MalUr aud I'uajb��r, beia^ ihtrt t� ji-.det oi it>c Afe. lbs 5 'Cic
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