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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 27, 1834, London, Middlesex                                the JDaily Advtrarcir. TUESDAY,  August 37, 1734. Par'Uy Juglifl 31. HE Duke of Liria, who has alfo the Tnk of Duke of Berwick in Great Britain, Duke of FirA-Jamcs ia Fiancr. and l>oke of Verapu in Spain, difcoven every Day fuCh a fuiprizirig Capacity and Knowledge in Military Marten, that he is become the Soldiers Idol, and the Admiration of the Gtneral Officers. v Add to this, that the Difpofukra'he * jssir fcr tie Rrdaaion of Gaeta. and the Project he fern �* on Vfffit5^*   �fkho% the ImperialHb beyond the Po, have * swexed tie Tetiiaoay of two Kings to his prodigious �&�&s: Kings �"*ofe Judgment the World {ball not * cil is QssSmc. and vbole Approbation ft equally bo *� icosaSiSr,a* tbtsr Skill andEaprnertce are undoubted. The 2&r~tices� Eayedaaoa of his Ncopolitan Majcfty to Gaeta, * a�s tie brigWrfi Leflre on that Monarch.  What could * not Cafer tocee i   He tame, He fa**-. He caxowrV * Ke ixSSa a Siege in thrice 4S Hours, and rode a Town, da� wHci tacre is none ftroager in the Kingdom of '* Xk�s� * Fbce garrrtyaVl by Men hardly to be deeni'd * JJktfal. Swkj rjbry had held oat an Age "rfiidft the Want * df al Cbnrensenraes ; bad fttrriv'd die fierce Attacks of * csa^aa Few?, and even tcfos'd to be overcome by Fa- - jsM3f; Tbrie bis Preknce fobdu'd :  Nor" can his * SoecsS beiiasy Time equalTd, but once by a Prince of "^r&ras Bsaoi, in Italy and once by Lepis Lt Grand in - �ts Lewis (be XVth has done more fliU. This Prince " SatlgA as5pu/V,_ too' he never uirr'd from VcrfaiUes; * Model ct PbSr&arg w ever before biro; he directed * tie Mruoas, fee commanded the Arracks, and Succcfs *ciee�ltietaking die Crownwoik. His Majefty has " ial tie Adtaaage of a Sermtk, of a Villan to inflrucl "'laa.; oar it any tising too reach .to pratnuc ourfelves from *" s frsex *bo gate �ica early Prefsgcs of a martial Genius "bite War. �f we may fo term it, he delighted towage ^fsniar iE&ncy with wild Bearlt; nor did his generous * Mad huvfaogae in the Field, till the hurtful Animal * ewefea'd to De&ncliao. * Os Letters from Italy mention a Hero there whofe �" S�xsi batealready made immortal. The young Chevalier Sc. George has aajuir'd the wade Art Military in a *" CcBgsia �f ere Days; be is become a contaminate General. ~l&w&'&Bksuliy m tbeTrenches before Gaeta, � *aferthf Eceray hadceai'd firing.; and himfelf in Perfon -* ema'd tie Breach uhki the Spanifh Artillery had made, - �_ hi batindeca tbeGamfcn had fcril capitulated.   In * ftott, 'la� Gezacs and Accosaplulcnrnts are extraordinary, * aiaaEbwoc ha Virtues: He has already zs much Piety "xkstxx&sj tor a Pope, and as much Courage and Cut * &fi as tlcjCbevaber hi* Father. &s4 25- Remain, his MajeflyVSnips Pembroke, Dsbacr, and Deptifbrd; alfo, the Hamburgh-Packet, Yeats, au the Pott-AfpBe, Sigpmney, tor Cadiz; the Prifcilla, I>ms. tad tie Brkasnia, Wallow, for Sevill; St. George, Mt, faVdDDti liary. Painter, for Philadelphia; George, isoes. fcs Li&eB-; and Moor, Moor, for Diep. Arriv'd, �-�, Bey J, 6oaAaagaa; Voluniier. Bamet, from Mont-fcsa; KerOB&e, Peppexcom, from Oporto ; and Prince Wil-iair, Vuetx&i, fam Cadiz.  Wind S. W. LONDON. Es bis been pkatM to appoint Maurice Wemyfs, l^ici Cengs.of Cel. Morru% Regiment of Dragoons upon to^-^zj in IitliBd, to be l.imtfnant in CbL George Read's ^i=tc� Foot a: G^raltar. in the room oi Lieut. Allen , j^:lg^&m3&t GeaomdM a Troop ia Lkut. Gen. 1&-ycaT* RtgimeBt of Dragoons in Ireland, in the room  'd to fign the following teyaij^ Gjeeexd W21i�n BarrcII to be Col. of his M.jelly 1 "a krpaKSi ci Foot, aaJ alio Captain of a Comp�ny in the ^.fcgiaaa. iajliCroooj of tic Kwhi Hon the Lord Ca.  v^- ItttKSJ Farxer to bf Major and Capt. of a Troop in JCxleei Cud'^.a'i SLr^iaci/i ol L>VagO�ici, in the room of the -Jf-e Ife. tixt �*:2 d fiikant;. prrfcu'd.   And for i^- tvx. 'A-t^Jcsd. ii-: a �.ai^.'d Capt of the tune Re-we�, aaii uu* jgsua iLOlpay, to be Cipt. of a Troop in t Kxm t* C*j*. rarrcr. iia ^iy-Sy to bsca p^a^d to appoint Peter A grew. Gent MCo: 5 UeaiKia: � U,c kit- Lju! ot irair�'j Kcgimci.t of juafaoas, os H.ij pgy, to be LirUt�.inf tu the Uid k�a*�4 a'rtr-Iwardi at Mr.WaodV, �t tb� T>�er ��ar "Tn�et* 'dock. Peter Vonk fortb^Majlet. At  H LP PIS LEY,  BULLOCK and   HALLAM's GrearTfreairical Bootby vatr.agaiiift tbe Ho^itaU_ Gate in Smttbf.*ldt 1     . DURING   the Time of Bartholomew. Fiir, �.i& be perf-Mi&'d tim Ttucaod Anitcnt iiaiorj of F A I R    ROSA M O N D. ReprrfextiKg ber Ammrt  . kit. Htle ; QtKrt KlKanor, Mr�. Forrttlrr { CirJtaal A fc�ji, Mr. ilidoui \ Sir TiiiUy, Mr. H*dfer; Lord SinJ�. Mr. Rkbardiba ; Captd, Mailer A�i� 1 Ro-lai&3iid, Mr*, fiimr; Cleara, air*, liconlton. ---To whiw wiit be are the U10U begin, the Coot* pin* will beeuscrttio'd with TombSioK. by Mjoh�tV*adcttioff, Moof. tic VoWc. M^'.S de Becc, and Moef. JawiJ, bciija Srtt vf the  eea�*itae*'*�otireiy' tw#, aod jhe ft�li t lumiojtcd wish Cla� lolifi*. aficnhe Manner of tb� Hli^nu tx'.'fiu^.. To begin tactry Day at One o'Cl* i. and cmuinut till Eleven ' ar liigbt, , &&,,.X�~~ ^.v^. ^.wmmmiw^ jufcu^-iiit-u^Muijx..---------J- At VEI LDI N G and O AT ES*�      J� Catk>�,- Mr. lt�i-ia. Puo Juho, Mr. t!iw�>i:ob , ttui-G^twr. lit. Kotw i Ciucco. Mo. Lacr j fcboli. Mrk Clark , Heauc-ti, iim l*tfw�. ................._'-.'.......- t� �!nre!y oe� dr.&d. Witb t icru: tafat� A UactJCf. tci*ie  1, M-Utr O.(o, Mil. O.ict, and mbcit. Ana fuithcf. to ditcft ire AuJK*e*;(i:f the fi.Uof ol it* Booth, the Utr-uui Mr, Ka-�.fl^3 �>iU pectwm bu iutttUitf, ruliuict g�,Ut� . *o es?rirf/iaarf ftui of Mifkk i� pro,lied, Cttfiflmg of V>>tr>,ti*^ib>ft,eailKettle Ofuau.Tiojroiu.ftetit.Hujr.,.^ Tbs PitUje tutrie b-�'.n mil tc c'-aim^li.vS, iikmi>�ted �i I, ic-�l�l l-ilf ��"-*�� **i L��bJ*a�, Lt the Coi;�Tdi�   Sbilhngi $acb.   

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