Tuesday, August 24, 1734

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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 24, 1834, London, Middlesex TlifeJDailv Advcrttfcr: Hi Saturday; Aucust ai, 1734. ^3^l3S��r� provide for the&fc* of the Diet ^"^frlw the Suc��Vof anyProjeelswhich mayttn. 'priitekkt Augtijl 2 it. |HE new Regimentary who nattVd hence the nth IntUnt, with * Corps . of Troop* towards Thorn; has Orders to advance into the 1 Icart of Poland, to find out the Poliih Army, whom he is foil to attempt to fubdue by the Power of Rhttorick before^? employs Force | 'of Arms. *�he Regiments dclign'd to reinforce the Garritoh ofWariaw, Ltt the tamp the fame Day i and the reft �/tj**TreopV�di^^beTdmdW intofeveial Boo'ics, and polled �m�ikfi�to Maania, to be at hand to detach Parties into ^jge^ arid present*~- --. . tt th* Provinces from {ending Deputies W the enfuing tJsirteoton the 19th f� Drefdek The next Day came hi-nrr thtOwr**** Munkhr to demand Pay mem of the remain-atf fartof the fir� Quarter, of the Sam as agreed in theCapi-tf+^t; faet the Magirtrav-s not having the Money ready; bit �ue&acy mnrn'd diibblig'Jf and 'tisafliir'd, that if it be not nil a three Days, the Ruffians vail take free Quarter in the �r-. They *ntc from Elbing, that |he Primate,J>y � parti-calar Order from the Czarina, is treated at preicht with much �^Rcg�rdtJianfieTwatrlrfl, as is like wife the Marquis de jjaaaj, ttifiwch Arobafiador. 2I-. Tte Co^Imgivrt Order* fotanMW Igr) ^ txoco Militia in lienor trie old, to be incorporated in risctfobt rroops,-fix Regiments of which are to march in-fy&f rc�ard> the Rhine. The Poliih Lords, who lately " 1 to Sing An^Uut.TfcwcTsritKitthefollowing Letter "After having with all Humility kifs'd your Holinefs's iSJMoili^wje^^ ourlclvct to * ftwH�^iaefe, aalikcwife our poor forlorn Country. The > T�|i^^ of electing. "k��J Kings, has proved lb much the more hurtful.than � ksao^nbSctober, as *m next to impoffible to find a People "iiAaH ;|n^he-fi��e Voice sod Opinion. T-his is not thii&_ �^tl� tail Time tftai the Rtpublick, having aWd her " R$bsand Ubtrtic?. has been beheld rent by Factions, and " icisc*ii u> the very Brink of Deflruftioh *. But happily for 2* w|^^SBBDOaif of Divine l^ovkfence^y whom Kings baK apposed, and who holds in-his -Difpofil the Scepters of �~&mia*. l?ottiisPrwI al of j;hc adjacent Houfcs, but happily no PerioJtrrceiVd any hart, 'except the Keeber cf theTo>-er, wtarlsaydifh'din Pieces: Sosie People think, that t:.e Mortar in the lower Stays of this Building hadbecn redue'd to a Calx, or.Powtfer, when the Church was fct on Fire by Lightning in toe Year t?|o� and confequendy lofing iu Power to cement the Stones, they gave way to the Weightoft^upendoo* "a SopetiVroilure: Others impirte this Accident to an Earthquake, which 'tis pretended was feltthree feveral time'?, and was attended by a. very great Hurricaris of Wind. ,F>ani/kt, Jvgiiftdf>. 'Prince Eugene's Army U flill en-canifAl on this fide the Neckar : Thatoff ranee is divided in two Bodies, die moft confiderable of which, under the Matflol d'Asfeildt, has form'd a Camp near Port Lewis on the other fid.t-ihe-Rhirie; the Corps commanded by theMarfhal de Noailles is pMed near Rudftadt, en this fide the River. *t� laid that Ba ton dc Wutgenaw, tht late Governor of PhUipft>org� will be made Governor of Menu. ... Waul, Augufl 27, His Pruflian Mqjefty went Vefierday from hence by Water, and landing at Atnhem, proceeded to the Country-hbufeof the Baron de Ginchat, kite Minitter from the Sthtes-GerierrtI to that Prince. His Majelly lay there ^alt Night, and to .Day dines with Mr-frieBorke at Cleves. As the King found Come Attacks of an Inditpofnion during his |_Refidence here, he fent for the famous Piorcitor Timrnerrnan to accompany him in hu Journey.  - IRainbwgb, ty. They write fram Stockholrn, that a new Alliance has been Utelv^eoichlidtd betwietfl U�if S%vTu^ nd Daniflt Majefties, Amjlerdam, Auguft 3H. . Extraii tfa Ltlttr /hm-J^a-bahj J�fyx. The unexpeded ArrivalhereofTJhamasKouli-Kan Irom his Army, gave Rife to the Report that was fowe Time ago fpread of a Peace being concluded between tbatXJe-j neral and theTurks,'but we t\trre foon undeceiv'd by his Departure from the Province of Schiras, where the Cham, calfd Bellouge, had icvolted, and fedue'd with hini fome thou�ind XrJlchtt'anlLa Nation tributary to Perfia. This Expedition was to Tuccefeful, that the) Rebels iubmittcd upon his Arrival, and he is now return'd, to this City, where all pofiible Preparations are making to continue the War agtiiAll the Turks with greater Vigour than ever. N P O N. " Saoma-taird, has infallibly and moll manifeUly pointed out - Iw, whem be ordim'd fhould be elefled King for the *Cletd of dbe'People. - *Ti$ 19 ConlVquence of this that we - la^aaatweJyoaofidCTM every Circumllancc, and ddcry'd -delinjgw of God, hare.|qMNIy>^^W4tne King ** dat Hoam'de&gnM cs, whom, bu Divine Will has fixt up-^ w the Throne, and upon whoictriumphanTBxoW Viclory Mi�gitti]KljKirek; we mean our Prince Royal Elefior ot( Saa*5V<te mpft Serene and Puiflant Auguilus IH. whom - wrta^osSfd for our true and lawful Sovereign, and to ~�amwefcave taken the Oaths of Obedience and Fidelity "m/tfd. We caft oorierves then at your HolineG's Feet, M i�|fcnr^ your Bleffing upon the nncere Refolption we " idgd the moil Serene and Powerful Augufliti III. our f.aj&jBcjrifh! Ijnrd, for true and lawful hang of Poland, * aad^rcat Duke o] lithuarua, we befeech your HoUnefi to ^�fao�fcdgehim likewifc in that Quality, and to grant ^ h� joer pRQous Favour. ^ For which our whole. .Repub-� SckinB be the more indebted to you, as it appears the fole " Meaaan teflore Peace to our Land, at preUnt cruelly af- - �.atd�ah Troubles and Divifions. �,-"aTor tbtaca, we moil humbly intreat your Holinefi to - TOHr^yOTinoiiH^ � itacPanoe and Lord Aug"<lm III- as likewifr upon us and " oar wrthrtsnite Country. On the other Hand, we befeech " the AVsu^kty to keep your BlelTednefs in Health to diftant " Yearsi far the H*ppincri of the ChrittiaaJKorld which you " nrenwidiSoj.Yitign Power. We are, tec" Vicat, Ag^iS. They talk at Court, that the Cavalry a Italy teagof very little Service in a Country lb divided ^R*w�aS4C*adb, lei�r*14 ����, J*e*fl 24. On the 21ft Inilanr, about 9 in the Ewaag, the �ne ipyx cJ St. Peter's Church, which-ha* been iw iear* Mkung, and was defign'd for one of the greauU L O The following being a very extraordinary Occurrence, plcafe to take irirrthe Words of our Correspondent at Paris. " The Daughter of aJamous Attorney of this City (Parii) " who waschriitned as fuch, and whole Sex was never que-" flion'd to the Age of 16, has fines changM her Sex t and m'd in the Privilege* of Manhood. The CburtiT^atreT " due Examination, iffued k>ft,Week their Arret, that the " Pcrfon heretofore a ^i>|; 11^ it " Man) that the Baptiiinal Name wall be eluog'd at the Font to one proper to Men; and that (heihalltake Place " in the Inheritance of bet Father's Eilatcs accordingly, fiwt V to this lall Article of the Sentence her 7luiig*r Brother has " enter'd'an Appeal, alledging, , that he is Hill the Eldtr � Son." ''� ., _ K*--- _ - 2-----* -2. Yefttrday was held.a.Omrt of Directors of theEail-India-Company, when the Aflairof raking up Ships' for Service of the enfuineYcar, cameonder Confideration j but feme further Debate aruuig upon it, ffiey delb^d theu^Rc.^utions till next CouruDay. Ycflerday Morning the Right Hon. theJUrd^Qonway, Nephew to Sir Robert Walpole, ftt.oot for Sovcr, in order to embark for France to finiflt his Travels. ,___________ Their - ExceQenciei; the Baram de Smk^arid Halatilton, latelyarriv'd here with the Character of Envoys Extraordinary from hi* Royal Highn^ ih^Dukc o^ negotiate a Marriage, as'tis faioVwith one-of tlieir Royal Highnefiis the Princefias, haveuken a large Houfe at Ham-merfmith to refide in during the S^mrnci|Seaton:- Yeiterday died, in an advane'd Age, at Twickenham in Middlcfex, Lancelot Button, E<q; late one ol the Under Tellers of his~Majefty*a Exchequer, who refign'd his Place fome time lince, being infirm, in favour of Mr. Stiles. We hear he has kit a very confidcrnble Eitate, out of which he has given kirEJwMdWj^oni^ f� his long an^ faithful, Seryi yeiierday the Right Hon. the Lprd Mayor, accompany'd by feveraUof the Aldermen, and Sheriffs, and attended by the ptopef Officers, preceded by the City Mulick, went flrom Guildhall with the ufual State, and proe&inTd Bartholomew-Fair- His Lordihip, according to Culk�n, ilopt under-New-gate, where the Keeper of that Prifon drank to to Londfliip in a Cool-Tankard-..... At FEILDtNG ani bATES't Gr1&at Theatrical Booth, . In ibt Gwrgt-lnn-TarJ, JPtft � St*itbjtfkt, DURIN G the Time of Bartholomew.F*ir� w.llbt prt<<iirt4 a Paauik t�ntui��*u�, � the* be�t*t. tairM, ' DQN CARLOS, Printe i tboti, Uru � CU�'k vHeatwtu, Mrs. Tatbqtt.. T^Wt,kh�iUb�� 9�il�J 09m, tatt't t The C O N ST A N T L O V.E R S. " Witt rfr CwewaV Hwamn t/AInf. Racoot. , lattns^M �ith vwiMT <^ w �* OSi Satlad Taaat-W-. Cowtrv-lHrtw, Srmc�ain �u�r,f � M*ntsi Ooe, Mrf. P"ttfcat4� ^ _ AlUhe Cr^sfteWewWthjrirwJrBW. Wkb Eittertainmenr* of Dux** hti��Ni iK� Aftt bt MnDaitaprtV ' M�. Dittroot, Matter OtttHtiiiiVOieeSr^idathtri, * *n) r^rther. todimnke AMw��* 4eri�a theSttW^rf tM fcort* the famous Mr. jftrtuloa wilt pcrrana hi* fapnUef roBms oa ihk: Stafe. "" N. X An e��n<�rJiMrr Ptnd of UvCtA h eiprUrf, of V|ilHiNttambofi,tiattjua!iJCet^l�e�sTi�mw � The PiiUgc to tlx Booth �UI le cMwnodicoCir flhwbuWd *iilk i��  vnal larfe a�^oe� tnd Ltmhom*, far the CmrtHMcy tf (ha Co�* fttat; �M ration* o< 0^*UtkaO�athc**Jny 4r.*e�QtMT*�*- .....- At HIPPISLEY. BOLLOCK -22 and HAL LAM's X^fT&&ricti1fatfch;n"Wri*ft the HejpUsl-* GiifinSmitbfeid, DURING the Time of Bartholomew-Fair, wfii bt perhrm'd the Tn� a�4 Antitat iistte<f of F A I R ROS A M ON d. .King Hwiy. Mv.Malei O^wa fikanof, Ml*. liMKibr) Catdiaal A , Mr.Aitent} nrTrkflf, Mr.Had�f� Lord Ut*\ Mr. AjAMJo" i Cap�\ MsttTAma t Ev. Isaoud, Mn. Urn?; Clcun, Mn. iui��lrrt�. The I M PO ST t t r Bit. O R t -tbr t?*t*tr, **d>l>*$ Drmvrr B*loehpaih. vhAr^WBiitr. Mr Hippdler; Mimm th*\uu**$, Mr.tiektrt ejr*faafh ib� l>taw�r. Mr. IniNl � TmctMu. Mr. terry % t**t Mf. M!e; HarfhmM ib�Xi�Aibk-, Mr-CUifcc � Ca�(tv, Mr.S�ifb t jktisefl'cni, Mr* lUiotoat SoVjowb Soucl, Mstrw liillaaa) Mr>. Minns. Mr*. Heth j Berry, M>6 Omard. With(mi�tEi�ttri^nis�Mof DiKi*� hxM^ T�t>^ MoaCjaaas, ~ M*; Sathitb* fctrt. Ofdta, Mrs, Woo4w�rd aai other*, f�ni�bHV i*d�9 Afti; T�oh�Ai� tnrMr.T��h�^Mo4;ja�o. ---�'��?.mi*tttiK*9^'iHln'* TfctOwttaat Lo��r�. End of tha Droll. A OiW, �att*41* OiJhtmf CWpor*. Ourms the fiuiaf of the ftsotk, bt&re �* O'ott hrfwa, th* Cdom paay will ber.tttedoM �*hTWx-e,hr Wrahmtf� 9t t�a|a StUotibtmr 1 m qua unm. ttet th� mam of ia� &i**to avivt##. % hgjm tvtry DmfMt Om 'CAri, saimfim tiff EJtvt* tit Wfht, i- __i � Hi; after h Water at Lohdon-BriJge this Day, M 9 Minutes iu the Morning i .and at 34. after 6 in the Afternoon. Yeiterday Bank Stock was 139. India 142 i half, a 5. South-Sea Trading Stock 79 \ hal/, 8a, 79 3 4tbs, a Jo. Old Annuities i�6- Ditto New Annuities 104 1 hak, 104 3 4ths. Three per Cent. Annuity 94. Million Bank 108 1 half. Alrican 20. York-Building* 3 1 4th, a 1 lolf. Royal AtTurance 97. London Aflurance 1 z t 4th. New Biok Circulation zl. 15s. a 3I. Prera. South-Sea Bonds 3I. 1 s. Prem. India ditto 3I. 6s. a 8 s. Prem. Tnrec per Cent, ditto jl. Prem. EngUft Copper |1. ijf. Wdm 'ditto Books (hut. Salt Tallies 1 per Cent. Prem. Ac RYAN, lagUERRE, CHAPMaM ^ iind hali/s - Great Theatrical P^tb% tver-xgainfl d>e WpjMtal-^ Catt in fm-Smiivfad, Durintj the Time of Btftholotnew-tw, be pt�Uaw*aa esuUtoi ucm Ikott, t*i,'4 ...... , D O N J OH N : "'.on. The Libertine D t s t r o y 'r/n Uoli" John, Mr. K��n'i JtoH&rur- jfc*i>�i"�;"UaM�, Mr*. Mob |�rt; Lcbnon, M.f. M�a} Oou fr tuKSn. Mi, Vsl*�� \ fj�, i^gta. Mr. �it*o *, l>*� Ailori'-, Mr. *tw'?*iH i>j� Prfro'a ihili. Mr Uaw&n ; Ml V�Kle#r k ; tA f:iitfp**�. Mi. WiWJk Wi[j5.Rog�',..m<i V*Uu ac4 Mr* C*�ri�l'. f*. to mill, viUW*&t*  �Wti�tH�N*a. �a�rj ~=" The PETTICOAT GOVERNMENT: o *. \ '........ The B a r re m Island. Cfcxsci tit <hs AmUm*, Mr*. Kob-itsj Claj ^a. Sift. Mw'ant � M�i� r^x-t i Hippo''*M�fc t�4-ut 1 Maria, tm. VtU�$i Iihjo 6 fcottaa* ; Aiisiae. Mrtv 1 xjteM; S�i�ia, Mr.. F�*xt; uotawotibe Uwsv Mr. ^Iw. ��> (�im. Mr. H*U; & atfwaw'a Mai*, Mr. Matlari: Oaaacr. Mr. La* tucrr� *� C'lT, Mr. r �i�e, t�,l'4 "~ , The Fotci of INCLINATION^ r/4$*l aaikw*. ***>l Vafloiv Mr. Caifc._Mr. W#*wwt4. Mr. t�vo$QD�ftOmiCbtk, tuUtmkmitiltEUtp^p 1 ^ t�i Mr.VUuf1*) ', Abxi :*�**. Mii*Rcf�n.Mi*V Mam* M'l Mi� imoccy md M a- C�oU�C. * iCbik, mi Kigtt. Advcrtifementi *� 'hu Pafer of a moderate Ltngtb are taken in at 7w> SWrgs eatb.

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