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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 31, 1834, London, Middlesex                                S A T U R D AY,  Aucust 3!, 173* jfla&B. afriv*d ilv Ahi^ fr:.m MciUr.d and PCerflurgs 12. Courirr arriv'J here the icth IniTant Irom the Governor of Kiow> wit!i Ad \icr. shit ihcTartars who (hewx"d them-jr�*r� t' rr.c time ago upon the F>t5nsiers c; L"(-*anis, but wt.c lincc thought so have rcii.'il Cowa*ds Choczim, had on a fad Jen rcaj-pod.'d, and cnici'd Fodolia and \ cJhmii, to the Number of feven-icto or csg^trcn thoul.nd Mm ; and that rhc fa>d Governor hid alfembkd .5�Co��ck.> and .150? Drsgorn*, w order to"be Icon'after Co f!��� titer >>s�Jng ��2 ivL-s.   Her Impuiai Ma fcff. "P*"1 Receipt or this -held a Conned ol State ; ^tid Vis tqtB*e^� th*1 the Coat>er who was dil'paich'd immc-/4j-{r aftwwCoSflaritmople. carry *d Orders to the Kulhan ^arf* after �o^-�n,,i"""" r- -- . ... "tj^e tUt�, to make tumble RiprcKntations to the Poric, �a��W�cwith.J,tU; in cafe the Tartars were not directly rroiTdcut cf PoJand. Her Ciiriin Majrfty mould think the feKsnok�gfTfafefi!i!r.g br.wTtrn them, and fljoald take her ��aiiMK�*dini;!v Ortlen have been tent to Ukrania, to ^ tester all tV Ccff�k xt a* the heavy Aiti'lcry which was at Regie fas ten brought to tr.e Ca.i.p of trie Allic, 'tis thought they wia watch ta a fiiou Tunc to ufialrxukc the siege ol Miran- Hetta, A**$       Several Officers belonging ro tiie Gar-tfea Bfcte ?ntoacn by inc Spaniards in the kingdom ol Nirki, are ccsac bi:>.u upon their fin ordn to tollicit �J* Arrears dae to their Regiments.   The Ma:c  F.rdcavcars arc by lb much the more j. do&faL *~s^e--iaiLA.�ivicci fjem theses lay, that a dangerous C*�'joacy fc^r*u�!�:;".*d there againfl theKmpeior s'l icops, Dcs Carles.  '*   l�ai fain tiiere as large as Goofe-Yfzg, ud hid dear macd.fak Damage to the Rools and ' Wokm* liu-xn Hc^'cs. Drtihe^A^ i~. Their X!ajeilies are preparing for tSrir jCBrsfy to Wiriiw, and purpo!� to fpend thtir Winter timv_\Ve have Advice, that tee .Vnillery employ'd againll Tfw-firi^ conefiiog in a Train of i S Pieces ol Cannon and 9 \!oran, wzs amv'd in Pcfnania, and that General La'fcy, sd� t^oMcn, was cn his Match to pall himklf between tiat Pkoc aiad WaHaw, to iccurc a Communication between tiefaToKg, The Dofcc of Saxc-WtuTcnJciii is aniv'd here I tea Daerakk. I Cifizijgn, Jagafl ;S. We ha\"e Advice fromlcdand, that I  ijita tardijjakc happ:n*d lately at Ocpachaufen, which t&rrw&an EveCaorctcs and jbavc a hundred lloafcs. Dxtzkk, Ai'aj? z$. Ail the Saxoa Troops have quitted the Turkmyofih�City, except 4 or j so Men, who arc to keep Girraea in Feat WccnfrlrauDde.   The grcatclt part of the Rs&ia Forces have likewife left as ; but there is llill a Party maaiaisg in the Camp, and thiTc are not to march away till fie Magdratcs have citicharg'd the Remainder ol the Ciuarter Pw of the Sam agreed to be paid by the lapitulation.   The ii Ifcpiiirs d this City, viz. two Counfellors, two Sheriffs, �oi no of the tower Order, fet cat tbe 25th Inllant for Peterf-b�S- Tae Polifh Grandees who fubmittrd lately to King AaspStOi hive ugrfd a iciema lcltrument or Declaration, raptfiag their Ackoaw'.cdgments to the Emprcfs of Rufiia, fcr tbe tsar Proofs fhc has ginen of her Fricndfnip to, and Care c�r tif'jr Rrp-Jjlick, ccnfrtTing their Sorrow Jor living been "td afiray hjrjLe Wiles cf lU-dcSgnmg Men, aiid thanking har for fcaiing etnp'oy'd her Arms fo falutarily as to have r*c�ght titm to their Snsfrs : They pray, that her Imperial Mijay wi3iacu take their drkded Brethren 111 hand, and go en w redacttfee^Ktgdoai to its tight Rcaion . They again Caiota Sacikui, and -nxoguue Auguilus i beg Pardon for what is ra*. and a&ire her, that as thtji kyes have been hotly opce'd, they cm cow perceive plainly, that her Actions asta always d:LcaTttlcd, and that her lntentiofli_have no �te Aiai bei to retkwr thcTracouility of tiie Republick ; I ^?^gt ti^ey cKgtge ca their paf.s, to cement tne-Alliance t_ fcbfi&Tjg tseaieea the iw'Nation;, and pioaiiie 10 mark out J.lin a a ccmaica DiRurbrr of the l'tac �-   Tr,e Magtilrites imi>ig paid the f^OKU ^e .MKCtcii ti-e icmainmg pjr: ol the ttill <^oaHtrf of tite �^0. �iw GcBtnl n set car tor PrtcrllnirgT   W'c hear that atot?, jiai ijat ha Exorilcwj- will have In entire Liberty Pence Fug*ne has ft ill in the on Ac- ta i xtii fitrrt time F'ya t&t L'fftr Rl... k btid  eagn� toand having been rtiipt h> beta Arches I h: Fsecch Lj\a!ry that was at Stolhotttn ^tiis PUce tie -6th, a.-J ^n.'.'d the fame Night a Bifchen. T��.ii_! Army tucaropd aV.b that Day, and inaicl.'d to �a�s K.ss.gssial. VW rave f:r-vc k-arnt. >.: the Maiflial ta3 �Si-s eU.-Jid LU Aitay :r/.o fcpaiate Bodk-r, but cannot P�KWeiaE> tXtgcs . : i'ls ccuiccVar'd. bowoci. that the trcru; ^eed .0 lc icto (he i-.mf.ic, teeing they have c -a-a tsvttal V.i�gu, 1^ cl llifcuit to be bioufeht totlicir my irwa Us^m �c^n to tu Lie A iwt^aadlisaai,^ �* c��. u^ui^ Ucu u: V..;, and oi.do Mtn. and Oa Izft letters from t!-.i North .iscc cc-nclatkd U'twctn the Courts ol i.' to ustiiaiD that it !-> OfTeni'ive and v,n (hall atliil the other. that it contains mor�jyet; certain frctrt Articles, ^hkh the Ruffian MiniRer is very anxious to find" out. All Advices from Poland 3grcct4hat the Troubles of that Kingdom encrcafc daily, and that the StanstLiit Party was affcmbling under the Walls ol Peterkan, where the Nobility was like wile to rendezvous, who arc nftng in fcvcral Parts putfuant to their Confederacy. Fmitifort", Srtr. 1. The Troops of the Contingent of Pa-dcrborn arc nrnvM at the Imperial Army j from whence they write, that the tluft'irs bring in daily fome of the Enemy Pn-foners. They make Incurhons to the �ty Vanguard of the French Army, and harrals them without cealing in their \larcift� Forage is fo fcarcc, that the llorfc are fore'd to foch it fevsn or eight Leagues from the Camp. i.Itvn, S which wilt be toon comtMCteti. We hear th-tt the Incfian King ancTChTcfs were Yefterday at Hipptaey, Bullock tod Hallam's Great Broth in Bartholo-, mew Fair, and wvrc \ wity. ; High Water at t^�ndori-BriJge this Day, at 3; Minute* a'tei 12 in the Morning, and at 1 in the ^ftetncoii, -      .  1 -,- .     in   1 j ' YellerdayBank Stock was 1^8 1 .jvh, a 1 hall.   India 143* South-Sea Trading Stock 71) 3 4tha*.   Old AmTuitiei i�e i t half.   Ditto New Annuities uo4 14th.   Three per Cenu^ Annuity 1;5 1 half.   Million Bank 108 1 half.   Atrtcjo 20.-York Buihungs 3 1 4th. Royal Aflurance 97.   London finance 1: 1 41b.   New Bank Circulation 3I. ss. fid. PretQ, Soutli-Sea Bonds il. 19s. Prcm;, India ditto 3L Ji. Pre�.~" Three per Cent, ditto it. i4�.Prem. ^Englifh Copper il. ijr�; Uclih Uitto Books (hut. Salt Tallies j 1 ath per Ceofe Prem.  " ._    ^ .s ... At  HIPIMSLEV,  BUI^LOCK  r and   HALLAM *s Gttai Theatrical Bmtb% ovtf-againft tbe HofphaU Gate in Smith fields DURING   rirc Time of Bartltolomcw-I 4ir. <, 1. bi- (jc'i'iii.'JcliC Trucauj Antitut niltoty of V A I K    ROSAMOND. Rtfr/fiittirg hr jfrncuri wib King JTtntj, and l*r h*i*g fcijllil In Eifamir in tf'fdJph 1 lurn'otted with f.lji� lu.'Uci, tUctjMn Ma�>vi > f ihe Ri,iutto Allf i(1t>;. T� btgm eviry t).tj at Out u'CktA, ami (unttnut till Eltlrnt ut  bii&bt. At TV. 11.1)ING and OATES's Great Theatbicai. Booth, /// the George - Inn - Tartly H'eft  Sitntbfirfd%__ DU R I N G the Timcol B.vrthul6mew-Fair�-wtlltc irtl.uud a U'aowtc Lulttummc u, atijtr ptlfcXtB'4 lUeit tlc'j'Ci m!'<1., IJON  CA U LOS, Pruue of Spaik.   - , y , Mr. ,U. itnlu>i Uuccr, Mf�. L**^~t bjttli, Hu� Ti* Itv3 i    nit a re j O/rrj, c*!iV, The   C C) N S V A N T   I. O V E R S* With lit CtiaUal }1j/;;,s.ii if IUouU r. luicrisa'i ^i;h Viiiwlr >.>( %>- t', lc 10 0,0 D�.uj Tuthu and Ll/u Mi) -ill cel. U �i&cjirir. Mr. Stop;>r!aci, Icn. Mjiiw, Mf. i* wty ; l>         .1.1. 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