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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 28, 1834, London, Middlesex                                ily Advcrtifet Hum*, it if. WEDNESDAY,  Aug us t *8, 1734. ftfrrdav arrrStl a Mail from Holland. Naples*. Atigujl to. HE Galleys of France which went to the Adriaticfc Sea to afTul iii reducing the Town of firindifi and Cattle of Cottrone, finding themselves unable to frrttrii Hf-oM the rcfpcclive Governors ro furrendcr, returned on Saturday la it into thefc Seas, and call Anchor, Part before this City, and the red at I'oz-zaolo. The ill Suecefsof tfm F.xpe-.. dhion is imputed tothc fmall Numoer of Tf*psi'that were fen: ihither, and even the gr&itctt Part of iWenadibe Misfortune to (all Sick. On the 8th Inllant jPosCtf&k entcr'd Gacta in Triumph, and rcpair'd itnuiedi- I jrit to the Great Church, to aflitt at the T* Dtnm which was I fcjssa there. The 'Imperial Garrifon was the fame Day I co^Srdoat of the Town with the ufaal Military Honours* fcut bring arriv'd at the Trendies, the Soldiers were oblig'd,to Jcfjcndcr up their Arrmv--and theinlelves Prifonen of War. flooding to the Capitulation, the Officers rctain'd their Svofth, and hid their Baggage ddi ver'd fafe to them. The Cocnt dr Traun, the Imperial Governor, was kili'd in the Siege, Our Letters add, that as foon"as the"Garriibn began It beat the Charcade, Den Carles took a rich Cockade hom ks Hat, and pat it upon that of the young Chevalier de St. getaje. The Capitulation of Pifcara was in the fame Terms athtt of Gacta ; tfcey marched cut with Honour, bur became praters immediately after. A few Days ago, a Crew of 40Rowers, SJonging to the Imperial Galleys, command by Jfe Marquis Paliacwi at Trieile, came hither, with Cutn-pUiss that they were almolt ltarv'd, having receiv'd no Pay tora beg Time palt gme, Asgsji 14. The Pope has given I>enve to the Iro-�rid UcneraU to carry out ol the Proi^cs^trf-pert.ira and Jakgoaany Qoantitiesof Provjfions and lor.ige they can find, prerefal the rclpcctivc Proprietors art: July paid. farm*, 14,   Car&uaf Aldobraiidmi, his ITbliiufVs' bgate Ure, died this Day, aged 67 : He was promoted to the foffc by the prefent J*cpc, in the Year 1,-30. Advicis Irosa the Frontiers (ay, that the Imperialills contmucto 1' omge Ij^rie Tenitortes of this Province. Msx^yfjQxjl 18. On the 14th a Detachment of Im dl^OtfiiliBg^of -atout 7000 Men, pali'd the Mincio, s �Jricc'd as Ur as La Voiu,vvhcre the Commander lia-�wite. iammoa'd the Principal of the neighbouring Commonalty, rajai'd tnem to fend iniiantly to Goito the Curn and Hay tier hadanu&'J, defignd for a Supply to the Army of the iUae*. * Ftam tit Jxfirial Camp at ^uiirgtntch, Aurufl 19.   On the 141* Iauat toe I'nnce d'Hilburgfcaulcn, Major General, at htajof 1ui 300 Men, having pals'd the Secchia, march'd ^jards the Camp of the Allies, and attack'J fume of their afoacV] 1'cfU, iroai whence he drove the Enemy, after fcP nglulfdf&veiai, and t-ikess twelve Prisoners.   On the 1 5 th, ifciaad 17th, nothing considerable pats'd, except that Count &ttigfegg. accompanied by the Generals, went to reconnoitre tfcTfckihy's Camp.   On the 18th we receiv'd Advice from Rarareo, -that the P.rii Column of Croatian) were arriv'd there, aadtautix Remainder of thofc Troops would foon follow, to tfceNcurberof 4 or 500c Men.   This Morning came News, dm the Baron de Bcrtick:i>^en, who had been detach'd from UcArmywkba conndcrable Body of Men, had pafs'd the lak*cf Mincio to Goito ; that he bad continu'd his Rout on taeetaa ude-Olligaiano, where the Enemy have a Poft, had aSraMeduptheOglioaifaras JJorgo Forte, and had taken Qeirtm at Sblferino, Captiana and la Voha Villares, fituate Tftthe Banks of that River.   This News gives our General fo auxhtst more Pleafure. as they hope to draw fome very con-C&abkA^ramagcs from the Morion, and even tajk'ol pene" uAginto the Ormonde, or into the Dutchy of Milan. The ilfopcrci's Orders arc come lor fending back fcvcral of our ,.^E"ims �f Horfe, in order to join Prince Eugene, and we wqpttitiwe of Foot from thence in exchange.  The Deferters feomtte Enemy'* Camp report, that it is giveq out there, that tbt Minjuis de Coigny intends to attack us on the 1 jth Inil. .....i^^^xw^sthp        T--................ ^!S,uJl s5-  Prince Eugene, having advane'd his 360006 PtorinsW Prince Eugene, }fi order to enable his High-i�H*s to recover his loft Ground. There is Bill a Sam of 246$ t FlorirUrartathmg in ftTtoiW^"13�c(lT and 'tis hoped the Remainder of the 30 Roman Months will be wanly brought in. Mtutbtim, Aag*fi 2 S. The Imperial Army pafs'J Vefterday the Ncckar without Oppoatton. ' That of France cootimies its March towards Brtfgaw, having left behind a Corps of Troops cmployM in throwing up a Line fro:nSp|r�*oNcoiUdt. , Dtal, Jugnft 26. Wind S. \V. His^tajttly** Ships, and the outward-bound, remain as per bit. Came down line? and remain, Sarah, Cane, for Maryland j Amcttharn', Munday, tor Africa; Endeavour, Hunter, for Extter. ArtivM fins^ hft Poll, Normanton, Rtgby, and Princrfs of Wales. Mead, from EaA-lndia; Fanny, Oliver, from Antigua ; Elizabeth, Vcc,Trom St. Luca; Benjamin, Brillol, for Bolton. LONDON. The Mail which arriv'd laA Night from France brings no other News, than that the moll Chriftian King, to fupply the Expcnce of the War, has created further Annuities, to the Amount of 1463000 Livres, upon' a principal Sum of twelve Millions, which his Subject arc Invited to lubfcribe"; That a Draught of 4000 Men has been made from the Militia to recruit his Army in Italy: That the Ring-of Sardinia Uasxmlet'd. under very fcyerc Penalties, that ajljws^ubjecls carry their Plate to his Mint, promifmg to allow them intcreft tor the A-mount of it, after the Rate Of 4 per Cent.-per Annum, till the Principal be repaid, his Sardinian Majcity being relblv'd to have an Army in the Field next Spring of not lets than 50000 Men : And that the French Squadron at Brett, under Moof. dc Gue Trouin, having been jom'd by the fbur Mtn of War lately return'd from Copenhagen, confills of twenty Sail of Ships of the Line of Battle. ' lis advis'd from the Rhine, that Prince Eugene has his Iirad Quarters at Hcid&iurg, a City belonging to the Eleilor Palatine, that the Detachment of French Troops was return'd from exalting Contributions in the Dutchy of Wirtembcrg, ond that the fcyeral other Bodies having join'ii at Radihidtihe iSih Inttant, N. S. the whole Army was fincc in fullMarch for Brifgau, there, as 'tis faid. to beilege Bri&c and to invell Friburg. The two Armies were on the30th Inftant, N. S. more than 30 German Leagues afunder. The French threaten to bombard Frankfort, for having refus'J tn pay Contributions. As for Brifac, the Fortihcaticns ate in good Condition, acd the Garrifon conftfls of 3000 Men, with Plenty of Provifion and Ammunition. The Stench in the Morafs of Phihplbutg/by the great Number of dead Bodies which �cu!d not bcremovM or bury'd fince the late Siege, is fo very great, that it hasocta-fion'd a Sickncls in the Garrifon there. Some Letters from Hauburgb menridn, that King Staniflaus was gofte fiorn PrulHa to the Pplilh Ariny commanded by Count T-ario, raid-tOTOnfiJl of^ooap Men, in order to undertake fome important^ntetpriZe about Cracaw ; but 'tis added, that a llrong Body of Colfick* was m motioa to prcveot them. The Importation of Corn to Italy continues ftj'fo conildrr able, that near twenty Britifh Ships arriv'd 10 one Work at Genoa, freighted therewith. They write from Smyrna, that the Lancafter, bound for Salonica, was lately loll in the Archipelago, but that her Crew was happily (av'd, as Ukewitc fcvcral Chefb of Treafure which (he had on board. This Day their Majefties and the reft of the Royal Family will take the Diverfion of Hunting on Hounflow Heath, his Majelly's Hunting Horfes having been remov'd Vellerday 40 Hounflow for that purpofe. His Grace the Duke of Argyll, who has been fome Months on a Tour to Scotland, is expected this Day in Town. His Grace having rcview'd his Majefly's Farces in North Britain, and Ukcwite fevcral Regjiaeiiti jn l>is tetnrai from thence, repair'd laft to Northampton, to vifit the King's own Royal Regiment of Horfc, Blue, commanded by his Grace. Yeftsiday Prince Charles, Nephew to his ferene Highnefs theEleilor of Trcycs,-wbo is lately arriv'd here from Germany to fee the Britifh Court, was prefented to their ftlajefties at Kenfihgton, being ititroduc'd by the Right Hon. Sir Robert Walpole, and his. Excellency the Count Hmflsi, jus Imperial, Majefly's Ambaffador. On Saturday the td of this Month came on the FJeclion for Wucissg, ^agiflratc of that Town far the Year rofuing. mtwitalaadU tng great Ffrom had been o�M to oppeft^is Eleelfan. A few Days fmce died Mrs. Tongue, Wilt of Mr. Ton|o*V a very eminent SoUtcitor in Chancery. , HrgKAVaer �t Loo^n-Brjigrthb Day. at 4 Minubiraftit t O in the Morning t and at 36 after i o at N ight. ^ Yeftcrday Back Stock was 138 3 4ths; a t half, fadfci 143. South-Sea Trading Stock 79 t half, * 3 ^ths. Ok! Aanuities t�6, a 5 1 half, a $ 4th*. DtraalSi^ Aftri^ft* 104 t hat), a t 4th. Three per Cent. Annuity 9J 3 41k*. Million Bink toS 1 half. African to. York-Buiknnj^ j |. '^th.ai half. Royal AtTurante 07. Ixmdob AtToraaw it 1 4th. New Bank Circulation 3I. Js. Prcn. Soat^Sm Bonds 3I a 1 s. Prem. India ditto 3I. 7s. Pre*. Tarn atr Cent, ditto it. 19s. Prem. EngliuS Copper il. iti. WaffeT ditto Books ihut.  Salt lallks 1 3 4ths per Centi rran. At jlte^ particular Dctlrc of fcvcral Pcrfonsof _ Quality and DitUndion.       ...       /.i   ,�_?..__j      _____1.   1 . .     n_        \i.   d...._e,l. jian:i tic i aiatuute have fufter'd by the t t'�*a Tnxps. 1 o:^g  A*f'"the Great Room irtAHllers-ltrect, Yprk- ai nula.^r, rhitUat.Jcwj rl* a*h tufti-t. will be onfaMCd*.'!:*> TiaccJy, wit'j - / Th- O R P HAN.        .   , C�ft�li\ Mr. Kttcrtoo, �lv� pert*>ratMic (>t�c tiipc�ioihtHay- Muktt; VbJ;aaf�o bi iitempstd bjr Mr. Bw er, bcwgllifl Iftt pcaraou oo ihe5r*i{e.       To        r*  tied,   " *' " -�-!> :> the Siutw ff The   Dirt *"li;uii>g confidcr'd that 1 lecond bum of The~~M O C K 1)6 C T tilth fivtrel EttUrttiiamnti ef Sit^tw ftlUjm Aft tl. W��e�er Njraph likt R^�w^lhrB. An m. a urxc by MCkfifKi*,, * aA tv. a saat: by uHrn'Mbak-^    . AnJ *t the En j of the I'liy, h� Fpi^efrhf Mu?i;iU ia lay's Cltitht.^ -1 Coition the St.�e j>. front k>in 4�>44.- Wt *�, iMffty la, '"'-'>, N. B. The Region ot_thi PJay brtegcatict'd :  v*.�Milr-w^**rn-fon, (Son of Sir William Willumfbn, I'art,) uef��kiUtL The Marftial de Coigny having trsnfmitred to the French Court a faithful Detail of the Lit: Battle of Parma, together with the exact Number of the Slain on each fide, it appear* that ijooo Ffench aridTinf^ kuTJ in the Action, iiz. 81 co Germans, and 6900 French and Sardinians. By Letters from Scotland we learn, that a few Days ago the Seat of the Lord Galloway of that Kingdom, with H forge. Linncn Manufactory, which fu* Lady had let up. to ctupioy the Poor thereabout?., was buxnt to the Ground, and that little or nothing wa> fav*d frem tfce Fury pL-ihc Flames Yetlerday Morning the Right Hen Sir Wdjafn StticklanJ, Secretary at War, who has b.-cn dingeroujly ill at I'horpe in Surry, was judg'd by h� I'Lylkuru 10 be u� a Uu way uf Recovery. On Saturday hl\ died fuddrjjjy, in tLe - 3 J Ve^r of f.ii Age, the Rev. John TheeU, At'A. Mailer ot the Free-S-.hwl �c Barklumftead in llcithjidlhiic, aiJ Vicar uf Murlwouti m Backinghainftiite, both wluh Picfcrotcuti he ciijoy'd iLuvc forty-three VearS Ycilerday Nloiuing di lail ^'e.k chulen AUcruus,  or principal eicufe it, afd hunour h.(H v, sth thtuCca^*�Ti plWeet-^,, Uii'rdtr. CujrJt willaucud at the Jvoi�,eierr thiM^iiAg (obn^ peftonn'J to iheCime n*A M�nrer it �t rttrTheitic* Ro� Daa Jofca, Uf. fiootrw^fc Hui'O .mpr. Mr. RofW} Qucca, Atrfc lacy ; itoli, Mrs*^ Cfart; llcaricti�, Mtt. TaiOoft. Ta wi.nJi *itl b� �a*^,  ee* mitaj Opera, call*^ 1 he  C O N ST ANT   LOVERS. It'itlf tl* Comical Jlmmmritf Altnf. "Raoovt. leterraii'j with Variety of Soa>�, fct ioOm! Ballad Tnaei and ^ - , Coofltry-Bsitts. " tpricjimc, Mr. StoppeUtr, fen. Mtriin. Mr. talwtf ; Ooodl*. Mb No�rt�i>fta�oitf, Mr. Oatea; M�"�, MrSiof^cUer. |aa,_Bbjjowrt_ M>. Linnet; C^a*W�, Mr.Oray \ Vcrotla. �fr. Wafwriit} Vorrtr.   r Mr. Ucjr ArabiDa. Wifi Oatcs; Siiria, Milt Biotksj taycotl, Ut**~ MutiaiQuc, Mrs. fitttbard. All the ChiriAct) totirtlr ne� *cfi'd. With Eniemmmeou of Usncina IJetwQui ibe Afts fcy MnDtoftaporl* - f �tT�. Uifcjjw>!t, Maffcir OiU�, Urit Umc*. and others. . .1 And ruriherTtoeivert tbc Audicrxc dufT^ilwnSliogof the Booth* the bmoai Mr. Fan^San will prrfoiai hit fwpriGif ^thwM on *� N. B. Ad eitnordwerr Band of Mefkk it pwwiJti, CnalMial of Vi>iw.H*u(hif*,BauV^K*nl6Dioeaf>T(i>aipm,fr�^ The Pi&ge 10 the Buoth will te ciosaMdWIy ilkiniioaanl �hh >er�t f7fgc Mor�ii and tosfwma, fcViheeottveale^y ^ifw C���~ P�pj; aiJ Pcrfooiof O^iiliiki  �tt>��auy dri ip j6r.i-,^*fr.A|!au . itt. Ch�jm>*i ; M4ri�. Mrt. Msl* Uri; Uot�*. Milt Mt-p i IX�' fr�ixt&o. UtrrtiiiUtu ; oui topca,- Mr. i 1>m AMU;-*., ��. Wigsil ; l>n� f*cdru', Objit, Uf. nv�!; ; :ti HnJc|fX>o i^'r W'H Niw.oii^ *rif� l>AA 't irw MBit**. l!f�. Bob*tt�; Cb'mda, lit*. 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