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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 21, 1834, London, Middlesex                                was? The IMr AtfvfatifcT -*~ir*-t    *.-�  ..   * -       ��'>*.alL__i n>-;V, ,-,<���" i V.-. '   ^ t, f � �  tfawngtht Throne � ilnwgh at the lame time it is afloiM tiiat Sleep �are to fccure bimfclt an absolute Power, and bat Mir two yay conli JcrsUc Armies on foot, with which he uill fnfebly Imp the Tuks fully etnpioy'd in zhde Farts.   It n womd, that her CzariQi Majclty has fcru Orders to her AiBf at Dantzick, that pait of thole Troops fnoulJ march Mtrds the frontiers of Silefia, to be at hand to afiirt the Em- Augofius �.�"- --------    , . nwudy into Poland, t�� try what Effect his Pretence may la* in drawing over7fhe oppo&e Party, and to prerent Dif-{ratioa� his own t sfluiiog his Majcrty witb�d, tliat her : Amirs fiull not leave the Kingdom till his Enemies are either 6Wa*d* or driven thence. Brigadier De la Mode, Commander af tat French Troops, is fliu hrre, and receives tLuJy tome infltarks of her Majclly's Favour: lie goes conllandy to Cut, as do the ether trtnch Officers. The Brig titer has dared, that before he cams hither be* had no Idea of the hatreds of the Ruffian Court, feeing in France they cmcnaia'd  nma different Notmn of the Ruffian People than what he t�nl t^tSfxrience tliev Jciciv'd. Ibfla, Jbg'/S- On the 3d lnfiant the Garrifcn of Gaeta aait a Sally upon the Bstlcgcrs, but were repuk'd, with the Lojscf ico Men. On the 3d their Fire was lc& brilk�th�n � nWftitnier X>ay i butcn thc4ih itflacken'd prbdigioufly. Tie nm Day, the 5th, the Enemy left off firing; and toe Ctoenor, unable longer to refill the Troops who were on the Mat of Baking a Breach, demanded 00 the 6th to capitulate, liatHMKexpohng the Town to the Coofrqitrnce of an Affault StmrdtaHand. His MajcSly would not cwfeat to give this face better Terms than the others had which his Troops be-fee reducM % accordingly the Governor with his Garriibn, con-ttuk of 1500 Men, are made Prifonen of War. There was tmfi is the Town 100 Pieces of Cannon, aadhvgtQwMKies � Aaunonitioa and ProviCon.__ laeftne Day that Caeca funendWd. hisMajefly irceiv\J New of the llediictioa of Pefcsra and Gallipoli; the Garriwns j* of which Phca, otter a long Uc&Uancc were made Prikmcrs of War at ue left had been. There was co Pieces of Ordnance fa�d� Pcfcua. Capua holds out ftill ; but 'tis confirm'd by �H Httdi, that the Garrifbn and Inhabitants are both dntrc&'d by faMat_aad .Sicknefi; notwithttandigg which the Gover- Tbeir Majefte and the reft of the Royal Family will take theDiverfion of Stag-hnndng thtDay in Rrchtnond New-Park. We ate aSnt*d that the nKaw Bifoopricka wwtnoi Yelter-day difpos'd of; but 'tis faid hi. Majerty w.n fill up the See of WincheHer Ibon after the tnterment of the late Prelate, which will be one Day this Week, with great Solemnity, ift Win-chefiet Catbcdral. YeAerday the Right Rtr. the LotOifltop Loadojtt held a Vifiutioaat St Alban'* for that AKhdeaconry. * .This Day his Grace the Dake of Argyll and Greenwich is expected at Notthampton from Scotland, where his Grace will review his own Royal Regiments ot Hi�rfc Guards Blue> and afterwards let out for hit Seat at Addcibury in OxfordJhire for the remainder of the Summer Seafbn. Yeflerday Motntng as his Royal Highiie&^hePrinte of Wales was walking in St Janet's Park, ji Woman decently dretVd,' big with Child, loog'd to kifs his Hand, which being told to his Royal Hrghnefi, be coodefcended very readily to permit it. and order'd tier fame Money befides. The Right Hon. the LdrcT Chancellor was on Friday lalV elefted one of the GovernOis of the C'harterhoufe. They' write from Holland, that 64 Ships were return'd Into their Ports with 196 Whales and a Half from the Fiuery in David's Streights, and had Succcfs as follows, yix. The Perfim whO fell from his 1 Joric iu an Apople^lkk Fit laft Saturday in Richmond Park, as the Royal Family were burning, is an eminent Stationer mr the Royal Exchange, and had the Misfortune to diflocate >.*> Neck by the Fall, but Mr. Odell, a Surgeon sT~Fulhain, being there,."Ttnaicdiatdy redue'd it to its proper Phce ; and the Gentleman >vns afterwards carry'd to the fiowIing-Greeri-Houfc at Pucncy-Hr^th, where being blooded, tod proper Rcmcdiesapply'd, oc is io a fair Way of doing well. Mr. John Ricnards, Town-Clerk of" Tiverton, was lately appointed a Mailer Extraordinary in the Coon of Chanceiy, in the room of his Fatlier, deotas'd.       ------ At the Races at Marlborough three Hories darted for the Purie of 50 Guineas : The Odds at darting were ten to one on the Duke of liolton'i Fiarmtigbt againft the Field; but the two full Heats and tie Plate were won,,after a hard Struggle, by Mr, Major's tfbitt Stxkiigt, (which won the lail Tear's I'latr) and the Stakes by Fearee*gbt. Mr. Taxing's Mare Ci*J *gbt, did not Itart her. BAN  K  R IU  P T. John 6ent!ey, late of St. Ives, in the County of Huntingdon, -Brewer. -  - . .   ' For tbe Benefit of Mr. John Rob erts, iXUrmy-La dtdarts he will iuftaia a~Siege in Form before he capitu k�- Webope however to bring him to fubunt by continuing wBockade. ThcExpcdition to Sicily is talk'd of warmer thuenr. � BtrSt, dtfpft 13. They write from Panreick, that Count Uankhbas mtimaied to Ox Foreign Miniilcrs who have been ith Lim to (ullicit the Liberty of tbe Marquis de Monti, that theCktrina would take it kind if they inteicned tbemfelres no bnhtr with relation to that Nobleman, for that her Majelly feu aade a diligent Scrutiny otto his Excellency's Conduct, �Afc�nd that be had exceeded the ttaudsof bis Character as in Aotcaaador.     ' *8. They write from the Army on the that toe late Marckof the Marfhal d'Asftaldt towards *J<�a was wkfa a double view, as firft to nileContriburJons in Wt�ka�ate, tod next to get the flan of the Imperial Army *J �*&sg?riaee Eugene on a wicog Scent, in both of which Jefucceeded. Marfhal d'AUeUdt has detaeb'd the Mufhsl de tiwkt crofs the Rhine with 30000 Men, and went himfrlf + FonXgwa, -having rcuVd the Rim at Phibpfborg-  The W�%ae4]thttthe Imperial Army ur*fcrweni on itsMarcb back J^addfairgris not to be ddctib'd ji Prince Eugene appre-*�*Bgtbatflir GcoeraU defign'd to peffcis thcmiclves of the . ^P^^oAol Heilbrno, and id penetrate afterward* imp ^   i^*nf? P^***    Troops on for four Days together without ~ �vag'4 tne Country wherever they came, and that we^fWO? b iatfrrty fpblU : But as wc had no Dcbgm of tbe ar �. ^*f'd�    have kft hun the Poii, and the Marfbal de �� carried hisTroopsinto the Dutcby of Wirtembeig, |*ff"^C yibutioas wMCa the Inhabiunts agreed to pay Tne main Body of tbe French Aimy is at prefent I r010?" � � huge Plain on theater fide Phflipfbuig: we oweaiy tdJ theGencni,Inteoticns, but 'tis belicVd �g� "J�o the Return of the Marfhal de Noailles, the Sisge of 4 Ptocc will be undertaken upon the Upper Pvhiue. ] Rk' � l*ut '9- w�od S. W. Remain his Majefty's ^P�Uie Pmbrcke, Deaance and.Dcp(fbrd. -with Bcauderk, wyiy, for Holhod} M3rSaiet, Mrgfcn, fo/Norway. Came �wn Yeftttda. m Uk Airrrooun, end fkd'd dircaly. Prince � Uoagt, fhi&tz, St (Vjictia, Hambkton, for Jamaica j A^a* ^UB* for Ahc*�  Nailau, Spray, for Gibraltar. S!y M*y. Toen, for Cadi?, andCal'dfbr rTk.t       LONDON. Im-JI.        which "ri^d on Monday laft from tbe Rhine Advice, uat the French Army was nuking Difpofi at it h � IS-MI* tea* for � new Siege, and tlut it was currently �a*l��J^e Aoay thutheDcfign wa* upon Old Bri&ck, tkattWMarflal Koailks, wUhhsf Body of Troops, purport to march uuo �W Dweby of Wirtemberg to raife Cotaribution* there, ana *� Piince Eugene had crdct'd the liuvmario eibhUb ^ *t ^ifctcotoberetao/dficnithcccei bat we do nM learn any Panicubm, � that the other Repoft* �* p**�**y In lieu of one fall Seafbn And Mr. Tu rtuy-Laut fbtairt, 0 u t t. AT tbe New Theatre in the Hay-Market, ^*~SS� �ar. btiag tke aill of Aegett, will be pttto.ie4 a PUy, alur'4 Cbf pu tiro la 1 Dcfirc) from Sir Walter Ralci|tii to The  FAIR PENITENT. To which will be added a Balhvi Farce of but one Aft, call'4   " Don QUIXOTE in ENGLAND,. la �bkh v* inrrmlue'd two Scenes rcfttfcaiioQ Duo (^iisoi* as a Cao^4aic for Member of ParlianMtt, bich couau> the Hnmuurs of tUv o}, bjr Mir� Jonc�. Bct�c�� th� Play aod Faicc, The Black Jx�ke b| Mr. Uavcuputt uul Mib Brcii. Bad of the Farejb a Dtal.f  rf: Galinj it. To begin at half an Hour after Six o'Uot k Being ibe lzlt Nif b( bol one of iheComp�nyH AAml ibex itiitfeafio. h.B- Tbe PU/ aM&a:er>aiiKqc�i      be conducted with it..- u.ruull Deconun: And �ybejrc:*� tcvetal IncguUriuct hi*e becotuiu'niucj.s* Hooi.ofbctioav't.&c ihh it roaffure all Gentlemen and Lidic� Uotp5cafcJolaroM�i*ithihatPjrsfi are-it1�W+ri�t+-�-�Hole btjin artbe raw pfi>p�'d-,    .,.. |Vrib(mm*rm EUamr in Woeifiixk Btv-er, Ta wbiCi will N? added � ifcw tUilac-0|>r'�. 11 l '4 The    IMPOSTOR? o a. The  Biter   Bit. lUtb lie (am'ual Uumtmri of Vizard tbt Biter, Mixuu tbe yiautr, mmd bii Drav.'tr B a t u s a u a s ii . Wflb fcrecal Eotcroinoeidi ol t>�o�ioa; t>r Kit TcnUi. .vu.if. linno, Mr. Smith, Hn.Ogoco, M�. VtVoluardaoaoiUr .pwriitaGriy tod at Aft I. T�o Puotrte* by l.;t. Te.�h uxi Mw>f. jiaa-j. tod of aa II. A Oiom, caii'd ThcCeaU4iU Lomt Eid �t" (h: 1):q'A, a IUim, call'a Le B Ukm aiier4tetl�Moniinttan�itsoifw^ kit? f ladsaiAi i dA�l Yefierday Bank Soxk waa i jt. South-Sea Tradirw Sack ft t 3 Sths, a i half. Dkh� New Ai Three pat Cent. Annan oj,  i 41k Aftkatt io. Yerk^iiMng* ) 1 4th      m        _ 3 aths. London AAlnaMt it, n t 4th. Nnr Wttm\*mr.> cuUtkw aL Prea. SontlvSaa Ma al. 19a, n )L frta.. India ditto tl tl as- Preni. Tatw par Cent, daan tl tbb Prem. Engliu Qmr it i$su Wattdnai ioaki ftac i^t'Ialliei 1 1 4th per Cant. Pram.       -^        *^ tit  dketliig F.Ntt iltain m B HTt # SADLER'S-WELLS, 'IJI71LL be conrinuM this and Tomorto# V V K�e�ii�t a     - a 1   * .:.   -*_a�J�*w- T . Tit ztngt tf tbt Oftrm Qlteen 't' the A.o**��, it�. RoburSt ClaWi^hkjMW.-.t^    ' " Dorrada, Mif, lotlcu ; Hippwln.. M�0tn�cy| Mn%tfnv1 ti*i,.d�, Mil* $. Rager�i Cinifua, Mil, Nonmua | JT" ' CamieU  Sittia, Mr..re����, cannnaof (betfcif* Mr. IVaio, Mr. Hall \ B'atfwaio'a Maie^ sir. IMiJatV^hMaat, guerre J CiitWi'V Mr. fcrkabatw. With Entotainmmtf Dmmiat, fmititmimk a Flench  reali.u  �>y Mool*. ValUl aftd Wift *] AnJ a new Paai�rn>�b� Oaac*. calTdJ The Potct of INCLINATION. Sa'.Km. M aiaM, ailfj Aofars, Mlft afaas, W9�*mMk% ' Mil* Txlieit and Mil* Kormaa.    - ~ _      -_ 1. �f N%bt. At FEILDING and OAT EST Great Theatrical Bootv, In the George - Inn -Tardt Weft - SmitbfuU*     . ^ OUTING the Timeof BarUioIooitw^iiir, will be prcieoMf a Draawiis tatertahwaitt tmmftfnm'4 ie*ore. catftf, CARX O-S^ ^n�a Y5i�aiw. - The Koc Mr. Hud^y v Ho* Carlo*. S4r. Sardia i Dm Ma, Mr.* Houabioa t lui-Oomei, Mr. Ro&o, Qpscn, Mnviacy ifnak, alna Clark i Henrietta, Mrs. TalbMi. -__     *� To w�kb will btaddsd. a atw Ballad^Jp^ caOM       > - - -.� -^ The CONSTANT  LOVERS, Witb tbe Cm> I>*�H. M Spriofanw, Mr. StopptUer, fea. Mania, Mr.felwif f Norn*., n�Ko>ir, Mr. Oatc*; Mattjjr� Mr. jropailaai, |>a.|iaa>a�t,. ^ ^ M'. Unnet, Coottable, Mr.Cray; Vamm, tit. Wvbtdkti 9mm%~-7l?m Mr. Lacy  ArarxUj, MittOa�i j Sin*, Mi� SaKks* laKOfk. Mrs, Martin; Cic^TTn. PrtKJiard. {_ r*~ all ibe Cturaflmrattrely aa* ir&'i. With knicrtainmcais vf Daocwg tmewm it* AO* If Mr. ----------    ftlri. Davcnpoir, Malltr Oate*. AS*Osu*. aad whan. Aod ftiriber, 10 divert ibe Auftentadsrvg tatflaagef tbal the lamout Mr. Fu&tjGa wjll ptfncrta hi* isrprt&tf fiilfana *a the Slife. N. P. An eitra^rdtnary r?tod of Mofc* i* BaavHiii, aa^iteadj Vfoi>nNH�mb>>ys6*irMit.l(crirc-rkuAaar'j!anm Tbe Pafliaeiu the &joih wi|l Uciwrwoda^tir iHnaiimif whaSv vers) l.rfc Mnnuaed Laiuhoriia. I >r the CaM*ajA*y.j�3ti Cam* |^,vaadJ!�i�mii-Cc^iltii�� 'atSraaarai *�� tMlTarlL 7i kevim (Vtty Day at 1 e'C/xK and cvatmmt till tl StfAyar. -asses  l'(inf Tiling* �� �al.�tjardl I|kele�a% ot. iu lt)pc. md a Jirg with as great Variety cd Step* aa nw Uauti �K-Vtalleicao on the Crowd. * 4. f-'tpot Morttto, who ahaieif�,�Bcba Wueat IwMalMnani Troih JI Patting, both with a Hie as� *t>boa ; ha faasasaw � Hibb. bt�b wasMt�r4** mimthm a.y rerloo but hiroielr. ). It* lamout SLitf. U Blji'. Ki'ti^.m*f�>. *V~-�af*rr*s Wila. who will ocffbeu) &�*~'ym pit nut   f a ce�r Frca�b        caU'd Tie Vrwios tittxnt, m4 "m Hotap.pz Jbf Mr. TarWr. N.U. To di.ctt the Com pin/ �tc� ha < pro* i Jed a Uviiixam^ Coitli, whicli rs ��e� by t'L(lir.,:i. < u^i the tug: aoc eaart/iiaa Stop io tbe middle. lk*� tb� P*e��.xnc* a�do(��c. �ta i*tf~^ ~ wad *u oetci ken * aui^laiaj bus by inc R^yal r*ai>-y.   

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