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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 26, 1834, London, Middlesex M O NDAT, Avcvst *6. 1734- Sact �*r W (arr*v*d the Mads from Fr Flanders. Leghorn* Augufl 6. ' |E learn by a Trench Tartane lately arriv'd from Spain, chat twenty Thtni'. j port Ships were lading at Barcelona with Powder and Ball; that two Bomb' Ships lay ready there to put to Sea, and that they waited the Arrival of Tome Men of War to accompany then! toward} Italy. Yefterday pals'd hereit Spanifh Courier going to Naples, who confirms the former Advices, and add?, that a large Body 0f Foot was embarking at Alicant, dengo'd, as mita out, iQt l&e Expedition to Sicily. The combin'd fitea of France and Spain were expefted at Alicant, to con-: voythe Troops to Italy : 'Tii aiTur'd their Cole View is to 1 prevent any Interruption to the Conqueft of Sicily by foreign rjp repeated Advice thata largeGalliot.' carrying Imperial Colours, had done confidence Damage ---oporthe Spaniih Coaft, and had taken, araongft other Ship, a French Tartane with $0000 Crowns on board, the Inhabitants of the Iiland of Majorca have arm'd out three Brigantines, in hopes to meet* with her. Thefc Ships have had the good Fortune fince they have been cruizing for the Imperialifts, to eifce ah Algetine Galliot carrying so Men. Parma, JugmjLxo, A Detachment ol German Hbrfe has rfflor'dthe Courfe of the River Chiavica, which fupplics the v Pitches st Mirand�la ; but the Allies are at prefent employ'd iodivert it again' from its Channel. The Imperialifls expeCt to be joined by a large Number of G rifons, part of whom are already arrived, and the reft advanced to Tirol There arrives, daily at their Camp new Supplies of Cannon, Ball and Bombs. *' � v � !> ' DrtJlSi, H^yjltg.' All the veteran Regiments left in this Electorate, are order'd to* hold themfelves ready to march, that they may be at hind, in cafe ot Neceflity, to join the Imperial Troops nw affemb^ Polifo Grandees are.verybufy htre, in preparing the Unmtrfalla bx convening a Diet, and in drawing up the Amnefty his Majefty is difpos'd to grant fuch of King Staniflaui's Adherents as will leave their Parry within a limited Time. His Majefty has Iikewife en-. Itrg'd the Jime for the^rimatc dnd jhe: Palatine of Ktow to fcbmit themfelves. The King's Departure for Poland is put _rf to the middle of September. Hamburgh, Auguflzx. The iaft Letters from Copenhagen impart, that Orders had been given to the three Regiments of Horfcqairter'd in Zealand, Jbunen and Jutland, and to ten other; Battalions, to be in Readincfs to march- into Hollicin; awl'tis btliev'd thefc Troops are defign'd for the Emperor's Smriee, NotwitManding it was thought that the t&aRoffian? < Stflorj left here by the French, would have retum'd home by the two Ships of Archangel lying here ready to fail, we find that the Czarina is determin'd to have the Frigate taken by the French near Dantzick reftor'd with her Crew intire, and has therefore order'd th'efe to wait the Arrival of the others: Her fttfcfty has declar'd, that orile& the laid Frigate beconduaed lo her Ports before the middle of next Month, the French Troops which The bis hitherto usM fo tenderly (hall be treated a* Pruooers of War, and that (he will alio make farther Re-They write from' Stockholm, that the Senate has 1'd moil of its Bafine&, but will neverrhelcfs continue its t jfqptji They write from Naples of thcrrath In-flaht; that upon the Capitulation of Gaets, the King went thither from theCamp, and took a View of the Fortiheationsf that his Majefty attcrwawlt jet out on his Return to Naples^ and was receiv'd there wkh univerfal Acclamations; and that great Preparations were making for the Expedition toSjcily. pafs'd through that City in his Way from Naples to Madrid, **?fying the News that thcGarriibn of ?apu* being in want �'^Neceflkries, had made a Sally upon, the Beuegers with 4 0fe >nd more, above 500 arriv'd at Cremona m the �>�eeof two Days: The whole Extent of the EccJefiaOkal 2fUorv fwwms with them. ..T^X wwfeixam Turin, that the King of Sardinia hadlett t? iS!SUW W ^arm 10 * t-'ODBP�ay cbnutting of Perfooi of ^.?PWp. who have already advane'd a very comlderablc ^towards ratifying .hit prefent Occafions. That Prince wjmpns'da large Tax upon all the titatesof his Subjevts, *�*lor Perfonai, and has made a Lottery for Annuities, the l Kktu of which arc j 8 Livres, and the highett Piiac 1500. On the Eve of St tcwib the Wi both ordinary and extraordnaiy, TuViis and X'npoli H� Klajrily pee Works at Yerfkpet, *d iOTteEetoysof " ciVGo��iiiciv aoa^i-afar^TB the Morning3 and at 29 after.8 at Night. . promoted by his IsBpttial&Iajciy to be Mar&J Annies, is arnv'd here ^mn Rn&is. hlca asapvatioss Rca> faro for hn ArrivaL Stack thak that he is asaMsaaWd to begin (bine feeret Nefeeiuttieus j bt othm fiy he hastakea fome Dj fgaft at the Insptrial Ca&fT ~ Dear, Ag�/f 23. WinJ S. W. Rtatain his Majtfy** Ships Penance, Pleaabtoke and Deptfard. with Majgarrt.-Me^rjR, for Norway S Haje*wg* Patkrt, G�is fer Cadiz. TiierebaShipgc^^ we cannot get ber Name.' _ pta/, Matpwt* hkgton, ta�d th^Uon*!*. Maj�rty s Ship seaaaift a� per last, saith Haaabavgh His Packet, Gears, forCadw. main. Pine and. the Pi Litoon; Mary, Painter, far Psubdcfphia Diep. Arriv'd this Forcaoon, IVater, St Chriflopnert; Pattern dab* Davis, ficaa Cooper, from Holland, fht Pt>aaastav . L ON D O Moor, hlnee. for, fksat On Saturday Mortriag the Sight Hess the Earl of IjtnoW deny, a yoimg NoUcntaaof abont 17 Ycanof Afr, aad of very, promising Parts, who was at ifr/Sasmy's School at Cheam in Sony, -rsoaagoat with Mr.Saea^athacc AtidasXf, had the Merortnae to faB fioaa has Horte aboot a Ulefraai thence, and died imrnerHstery with the Fall, tsawsthsjlsrvUng � all theEndeavoarsof twoSwtgeoas mtu wOKtMudr, hreagtK to his Affirtance from VcwdJ and Efrfbea.'' His Ijardship'a Father was fecond Son to the httt Gorerocs- Pier, w^tsraaght over the great Diamoad that seas afoswateV fi*U to die f reach K��g. . ' V They write from Cowraam in Lower Ncawtadf. rhaTtfcc Skur Richard, Captain of the BngaJeof BWiOMev^fe. and owe of the principalhlaragen fct the Fanaen of the French Ki&ffs Duties, tnade Jatrly a Sirmre VfmEMg&kBaa. anthacoa-fiderable Quantiry of contiakaadToiaccoxaher. That were 12 Men belooging to the Boat,aed tacydkataded k a oaedi-derable Time, bat were at laaVowinraicrd awtcaiiaiirril to Prifim. Laft Week dy'd at Lrydtn, of the SaaaB-Poa. an the i�th Year of his Age, the Hon. Mr. Tlasataa Wcacwceilk, ddeft Son of theRkbt Hoo. the Lord hfaiaai bf 1^ hfary Finch Jh�^ Wife, filth Daoghter to the bteEad of Notzanghaaa, and SUlCTtori*pTt*�E�l of W^dsrfML fkmreanngra England from Geneva, where he had beta far two or three Yean on his Studies. Lotw Wcaxajarth fm awar tao Sons and two Daughters living. OnSatarday laft died at Umpm. >ohw Fntgerald. FJq: Brt^toMr.FMgesaldof B^gaafl^dreet: HehasIdthB Eftate between Ins two Nephews. 1^ Friday Night the Corps of the Right Hon, the Lady Gower was naWd at TieathaiB, Bear WoJmhaatpna ia Staffofdfhire. ------ Yefierday Mbraaw>the Gams of Ifn. Saycr, Satta-en the RighrHoK the iam Oawce&r, was carried oat of Town to be interr*d atH^Widuam. On Satarday Idoraiag died at lit Boafc ia Floct-Stxect, Dr. Vaoghaa, isa cnuBcnc Phyfksaa, F. R.S. The fame Day a Perfcssmacsa|f>d^^ the Wearers Company, wasbooad over �the Scfioas by Sir Rkhard Bracts, for ftriking one of the Coax of A&faae* ia the face ia the open Hall, beaere theaAeieQsaet. On Friday Nreta died the Lady of Sir jofa Hycd Ceooa. MeixuVr or^iir^^ To�a' of Caeabridtge Her Ladyflupwaa oaeof the Daag>iui aadCcvhcm of ttc late Jama Craggs. Ekf, Poft-lfaicr^cacial. anfSislcr tothe Right Hon. Jaose^Csaggf, E% foeactisaeSecrmiy of Sat* to ho late M4^- Her l^js^ by iir Robert, and having beta iSril aaanied a> ?iurf Tfdatf, �f H�ley Sc George, E loooo�i4 Chapman. ' _________ . > . John Chspmtn. of Nicholas-lane, IAnoard-ilrett, Londottr= Pateter and Chapman. : f . * JohaSnatt,of Eaft Griiuted in the County �f$ofwa,Chaptnta, AdriiiMky�i>liite, July \ ^34. Hi ir+rimtwJit tit ll&lSfrMimitfrhftithwifT" tfjtmt, 175J, h tjl*Wtf> artmm JtaAfi asaf OrArtfir ii* tttttr Gr*t*asat cBafir ihmt f*rp>J*:: But Jktb H'iJma asihyt#grtmt * Themes Cvhit, B/fi MtbitOJptt, ^bixilt fai t&m Itfirmatigm i tnd tbtr* Ariisjf GmmJ h eW, G*%*rmn*f tUftM Clarify m thtrttf: tb*ft *rtftfiv* Nttmt 10 *U fut% NiMvi H ttf*Sr*rfiwi h tkt ah** *cm'/ Phm, ,04/ % t jaii Rultt ajtdOrdtru Charitable- Cbrjftrition Houfe, Sprtngi-, Garden, 23 Aagud, 1734.: T^HE Court of Committee of the /aid Corpora* ^* tita gK* Nmct, ibai tbrj'vntltaivamt t� thiir Crntiftrt tfaPamt* tftmt Sbtt&mJ* tbt Pwmt, +*fab iptbt /fcrtmrqf %t& btamt dm* At i%tb tf Ftbruaty tbt/aid CrtiitM aBrvmf aDifitmatattbe Xatt ef '^l. fer Cnt. fir A^nm% mad that Jttemdawwlti^i^fir that fimfafi mt ttii H$afi nor, Taefdar. fiam Ten ttOmt t'C/ttb. ' - ^ A'. A*. Vb+Cttdtttnartjti/k'dtj^tX^ 1 "' 1 ...... 1 , ' i 1 1 �' ".....r,"l�..... 11 Hofpiral near Hyde- Parlc-Cbmcr* . Anguftai, 1734. , X70TTCE is hereby given to the Governors v " tf Mi th/fita/, that a Sfttial Genera! Board will h held btrt m Fridoji tbt fab tf Sefttmbtr r.txt, at 10 dttttk ialh' M#m*� frttijjfy. � . �\'^=--' > For the Pby/iciam, againfi Dr. MJ,~- ^ At tbt ORATORY, HE Corner of LincoI/iVInn-J^lc4d? nwr-_ CtaiaJMatkat. oa WeAwfesjr atat iht 38ih lalUat, �i lii in tjs7l�mh�. wiB bt , D� Ji^TMrTlty^ Mi$. ktaU tart} Leoaora. uidM*v> tmnltn, Mr.Moli.n t p p�, Mr. AUjo i ito* At*M*t$-Mr. Wi#�ll t U*>" Y*4tu\ l^balH Mr. tu�t�i*�t vtiMtam, �*rv CUih , *4 tuLUit, Mif* Noimw, MiftUtMey, uUtS.a.je�t.. M�� Valtoi��nd Mn-Cwurcl1, , ^Tamhkh wMIMUa(l-Ojirfa.�fPd , The PETTI COAT GO VER NMIiNT: ' - �.*�- ..... The B A r r b w I * t A N D. ?2� *9*gt tf tbt Qfeta atvtr jtt ftfftrm'J i* Pnbtitki *i*xr* tf ihc AOUtja*. Mr�. KuUfflJ C|�rii>, M'�. Valtoh, �4��i>*otc> �>d H �. Caotrtil. , fa btita every Day at Oat iC!*k, and tmtimu tiU BttVtW at HtjLt. __2 To be LETT, convenient in Spring-Gardens, Houfc. 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