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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 20, 1834, London, Middlesex arrivV * Jnm Holland, and tbru frvm Banders. U-R Letters from Inly mention, that npth% b�JP� yet pafi'd of any Importance ^Ktwecn the .two Armies on (Ik ^Secekja: Thatnf ehe Allies has been Id -e� Boric lately >aviitforc/d by 7000 French In-J�rit�y> jobtiorfe and 80 Officers, who j brought with them leverd'Waggons I kthn wish Money for the Payment of 1 the Troops. The fmsxrialifts have quilted their Gamp at Quujgcntrjlo, ana* �Ayaocmg toward* �he*oemy: They have potted .600 at Bonportd,, about eight Mile* from Modem. Tbe J�,of the, rcfptiAiw: Annies hapc agreed, that ail Boats; ^jll pali unmoldlcd upoo tbefo, and deliver their La-i a* cenfigny. tfw>' k fl>onld happen to be Ammunition or . r. ifiooj for either Party. A Reginfcat of 4iaflars and 900 , jtecrab are arriv'd in the Mantuan, and $000 Croatians are ktorly expe#ed there, tojawxaelmpejaal Army. The King oTSsi^niabss rab*d fbmenew Regiments in the Milaneie, aai hu put sb� Cattle .of Milan in 4 better State of Defence jhu.erejrV--^fywkiefffW N*pk�, that the Fortretsof Pef-araJpa^Mwdi *^ t&
n.t?y toPoUod; thatn t ODwajShty�n ^mm^ppm^^9*^^ thjBrflWJ^AiwPia^" thro* th� Teni��jm�f ^ Ekiloratc, aid ttaftthe ^t�c fafaapwaa tt prooafldto Berlin on the tifcefer-Md, Tk affui'd, that thje j^d Tjco^ jjcp�in^e� their Mlldi, and that a Commhtuy is gone to Thorn to receive tiMB m the Naaiw gf ^is ^papfl.MaKnV. Xettars from ttw�^ ,M*t *P State V Mjrjtfaiphfig was arrivM Atfeffom^chwcrin. Peal, jt**ft 16. The outward bound from Hambftch, lote and Unity, Boat-l^aod^d^Wor|u�g7vJCadiF. i. 9 ^ *> o N. , fSte Mnytt. Cape Mtgkm, from Norway, that was #W^�h�v* b^iwWjIf loft upaa the Gopttwfa-SanJs, .We have Ad^.hvahe Fortune, Capt. Towauend, who MriT'd-YefUf4ay /rom St. Ou^bxihe/1, havujg bit that Hmi�he ith^ July, that on the 27th of Junelalt, about Ii,l^hMi^. **6*�* Pnrtpf thejNight. m tntdc incedible Havock amoogfc the Sugar Canes, fo %J^Plnnrrnjarill fidhr very much in theirerop*. The Ships had the good Fctctune uputnut to Saa. and all rxturo'd ^^fJ^ju^^Brrtamut, dpt.Moultoo, and the Cote, Can. Conway. The ghipiahat were there when the ^Eoftne fcft St ^bajjlopbt/'t a^- the l^rur^i^-Gordorv ^Barbidqes FaOor, Cant. FeU, the Ottfey, Cam. Beech, ^.F�f�r�Wt Adair. 4* JwWry. Cant. Marwell, the tftuty. feipt. Malhjterijini; the %lr^now, Cap. Bcnlon. l^JoJjhcrfiflkipijt. Several oir^arn �dl tbeir Boafts aod afleep. Thue wdt tmalofrhtCKw pttftw whh ^eBnat-Iwwavem'd with Pntok, in order to ttCot theCapbiiif he Yeflerdsy arriVii ta Etprefc vHth very ^portant Adr*�t� and U rtpwttd, \Mtt*e J�ptri�liiU have 4efeatad the Party ol Fro^ Trc^niochhadcrtaj'd the Rlneanica. Ojma'datlba>chflU. ^ efpea% as we hear the Owners of the Bunon are now taking proper Mcafom fct their being apprehended. We karn. that it was the Boatiwam t half. \ j tf* tot. AMran tcx yeefc-iitlliji at ..^ l.4t*.- London AMmZcTi,. tVfc . C^ttbk.D)rporari<*.H Wr># -r4u H^.tvtrfT^t rac>/y-,/� �0*Ck&^ N^�.'Tne' oonos. � fH E Commute fur & *Jrrvtitm S9 rvcefw r>rre r^TOMO CHACHI, BUdkwjt TOOANAHOW1 lu NJ2w> eW <*� if jT! I AT tllfe Theatre Royal in Li L ^ Me., ihts Say ihaaothpasa, **� he � LeflSatwday bal)UkyoftheDrjor bAngi�owo^ His Grace, MtwitJjlUnding Ws ptefcw Wcaknas*, �^ iaod op; ike Micho perceiving, it to be uneafy to him, mufted upon his tijQungjkwn, whkh hk &iece eatasfhsg, the irficho oosJobI fbeaking what he intended, and only detVd jak Grace's Bkfling, acquauting him, thnt what hebadfarrher mfey he woukl fbnsk ee^be Rev. Dr. Lyneh, hit Grace's Son-m Law, and then-wkhdnrw.-He-eint afterwards eneeitaitfoV-with n noble CoIlatk�) and jb the^gnwk Gallery all the Arehbtflmp's Family Laid him their Conmiijnrnts. He had a-Contcrence with the Rev. Dr. Lynch, and cjrpretVd his great S�tkfacbVw at the venernbtr Appearance of fats Grace, and the Tcnderncts be exprelVd .towaids him. After the Micho setnrn'd, he (hew*d great joy, believing iome good Pcifen* would be feat to them to.4rUlrur!t thek Youth. They write from Dublin, chat Mr. George Weftoo, Sor-veyor of Skarrics, having fofiarswatkm that one Bkd, a ootr> riowSmugg^rj Man, he pat to Saa to ope ef tbrKing's Barges, with a Tide-waiter and four Seamen : They had not born long cut when they met Bird off of Lambay ; Bin) fidpecling who they were, call'd to them to cosne on board bias* aodjMncn four of them had fo dent, be su'd a R|s�derbns� at rifkn, which fbot one Man in the Cheek, and another in the Rrraii, and order'j his Men to loll the reft and thictv them oyer hoard, and upon one Man's refujinfi in ajCft him, be shot him through the Arm ' with a Pulol: Upon which hb Majcfiy* Bargemen made to their Beat, and sVd a Swivel Gun at the faid Bird, whkh made a Hole in the Boat, aad fox Bird under the leftRrcaft. who cni?o^ unmediately- They found on boa/d of him fia "Bakt of Eoft-india liandki7Chk4. lUteen Anchors of Brandy. andfourCafcofTea, weifhis^abpui 120 Pounds Weight. Brifiol, 4mtf 17 J^mT Tuefiiay Morning died the Rev. Mr. James Taylor, Rector and Vicar of the Panfttes of St Auguilinc's and St, John's ia this City, in the 8ed Year of his Age. PROVOKED HUSBAND i A Jmkm* V ION DON. V*i Tswsi/^ Mm. CMsha � talf tlHraly/Mta. Ihbl I�J of Aft s. A nmi *�ai. a Oeano, by Yeenj lliftai aim pft (iKasteetril trj |M of Aft U. Aae| fa� of AA IU. i* ,. _ ae4�fs>st^i^Ssratjeal�Ps1 aj Tkiut . (Mia* i m�k�x, Mr.�x�e�M�r. hw, m4om. M>.:sJmwsV&dlahfc. Mr.Cvati vavmia, atr^MfkMu�Vaetar. MfcUcf awt^Mji.(9�M4i jaf^ Mi��kaMji^enA. Mttj Mank.Cke, Mia.'f�iaflBM�k ........--i_ -- all Um Chusaevaatkair at* enA'd. wlh" lsten�in�Mi w gf Dtansf orteaw mtJgts by Mr.PtvaafonL aiw. U.�c4�t. MAr Ouw, Mat 0�aar tad others. kmi hnJm, io�.mt im .*el*w� rT^,sUi4i>tVaa^TiDm�cu^�koVHor^te Tnt r^dUfc 10 the Sooib wiM t� sbjimboO i, mrJmpmttti ��tti *t> tx�j Ltffjc atooai m>4 UMhoras, tar the Cgotcakasy qI' the Casa* pstti a-J (aaaaoM to Mr. to fig&i hka :tmc Boat* at Sk>ck Sir cm a. t.itb wm done a* tw iheto�mct�mm woifi, ibt 1st cr sMrsativiaet aCTcwiarniu be e>�ca it 4. acS tbaMalttt* moant ui \ C�aj�l-eUyi(C vxi noaise ssvukl. Mr. Mac-gMrt tti.l-�r� xjr Matter io the i*k� KnfasaM t� gtW. (htMloou �*j*)c-Jwcxi before oraaer �bt fiaitJ*. , -" Mvcrtifeuunti in tbii Pafer cf a moderate Length are taken in at Tut SbiUmfi eatb.
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