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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 9, 1834, London, Middlesex                                t \�. ^-i rl*,. All: rterJtfarriv'd J'Matl froth Pra&tS **$ tbie Leghorn* Augujl 26'. HE Senate of Gww being lately aj�* ;pri*'d that the Malccontents of Corsica had privately recriv'dalargcQjjantityof ' Arms and Ammunition, no longer doubt of their being fupported under Hand by ibme foreign Power, and have conle-qucntly put off the Departure of the Deputies appointed to conciliate the Minds of thole People, as an ufclcd Attempt.  The Cbnquett of Sicily is �faAe�deitaken by rhc Spaniards; and wearcauVd, that tteoxnbinM Sqialrota of France and Spain have Orders to �ny Flerf that (hall venture into the Mediterranean, , Tjfrryyn�tfSry for the Expedition to Sicily, bung already mbard, the T^roops began to embark the zift Inftanr* to rktNainberof aooo Horfc, and t8�oo Foot; and this Morn-agmTd, with a fair Wind, towards the Coalrof Sicily, where tier iieexpefled to arrive before Night. *Tis {aid,that the iJAent win be made at Palermo, and a fecond near Meffina. 'H*F*� confided of 350 Sail: Don Carlos was prefent du-nag tk whole Embarkation of the Forces, which took up two fjayi; bat it feems doubtful whether he will fdlowlhem this Y�r. The Duke of Bitonto is nim'd Viceroy of Sicily,and is to la� the Honour of conquering that Kingdom.  Two Sicilian Kcbteaen, deputed by the Inhabitants of that Iiland, arriv'd lot foe Days ago, to make an Offer of their Kingdom to Don Casta, and tointrcat him to fend his Troops to take Poiteulon If it. The ImperialitU having abondon'd all the Places ex-opt MeSna and Sjrracufa, the Galleys of France are returning MMarfalies, to be laid up fox the Winter. The Town of ' Caputs not yet redue'd, notwithUanding all our pofitive Rc-' "fans relating to that Affair, but continues Mill block'd up By Amy oi 7000 Men. The terrible Want of Provifiom that inpt within, drives the Garrifon daily to defperatc Excurfions. wAe nth at Night a Party of 300 Men made a Sally, and Jast fasacccufulas to return with 200 Oxen and too Head of afcrCattk, without being pcrceiv'd by the. Spaniards till they ere got out of Danger. ' The Lofs ot the Party that was in-aareatrdfboie Time ago, was of little Diflrrvice to the Gar-rifia, fiace the Germans are*ilill numerous enough to defend the Flacevand Famine their nearcft and moil dangerous Enemy, ntU be krbt off a (mail Time longer, by the Number of. liNd)$reaiic*dbythat Aflion. ' '*Ht*taatJ�g*(l *5- We learn from the Imperial Camp at X^naramb, that General Konigfcgg has ferit away the un-araary Baggage of the Army ; has order'd all ufelefs Mouths tame 1 and has diftributed to the Soldiers a Provifion of Imai for -eight Days, and Ammunition for twenty-four Oasts: Whence it may be inferr'd, that an Attion is at atadT but wcjcoow not whether he purpofes to attack the have to attack _ ,'Stft. t. 'Tis reported here, that the Emperor is ^Kttlos 8000 more of the Hannbverian Troops into his ttrrke, aad that they will be immediately fent into Italy. Mr. Cara&a, la|e General of his Imperial Majefty's Troops in Wtpki, wholjaiJbten in Difgrace fmcc the Battle of Bitonto, 'Ktr7 receiv'd a Menage, that he might go abroad if tepVaVd, or even take the Diversion of Hunting, that Genoa rcply'd finartly, " I did not come hither from Naples ** to bant, but dcfend.myfclf � it I am culpable, why don't * they pemifh toe ? il innocent, I expea an honourable "Saoncltto,- "' ~,Jhx#r, $tpt,i*  Upon Advice, that the Rnflian and Suoa Troops, to a very considerable Number, are arriv'd in *e Nekhbourbood of Warsaw, his Majelly is relblv'd to4cr_ ] �atfct that Pltce on the izth Inflant. The Univtrjalia for .glMttng the Diet bf Pacification arc drawn up, but .will not eifod till his Majelty'a Arrival there.  A Paper is handed BrpthCTe^CiM t� mntsin thcKing^Jicaioosfot depofing the �*0*ate; as, the Partiality he fhew'd during the Intcrreg-hi� bang firft corrupted by French Gold, and then ""*g a Million in corrupting others j bis Letters to 1 to hafitn iatp Poland, feveral ol which were interim amufiog the nrighbouring Courts with Flams and C�icn to the wry Day ipf Election, notwithflanding he , ^^ggjfeae in View from the beginning, as appears by) ^^^^^am^-*a* The Emperor has granted Leave "^�W^of rteRefonn'd Religion, to come and fettle yj^^^W^i an Article hccould never be indue'd to grant li.*f^5^-3   The Marquis de Chetardierthe French (fff7Wt7^*i^PP�**'d {m < y Yeats electing, and at so prodigious an Expence, is taken E*I�**eof "He bUfs'd Heaves that the Misfortune did -2d^pen.iarin8 tin,e ol Divine Service, and faid, he had T��o do but rebuild k. The Materials of the late Tower J? * cbtap. Rate to fiich as will remove them, the > Pik� of Ruins begin to fubfide. fex^lV s*F*#krj. 'Tisrumour'd here, that the Ambaf-Pwota certain confiderable Power has acquainted the King of ^om. that the prefent Project of Accommodation is founded ^Vf Q^niple Alliance, and that 'tis bop'd his fc^Sft   beu�tisfyTd with the Advantages llipulatcd for him CaZZT&rS'P 6   They write from Poland, that the Neie*l�Js!S Wifte* Kin8 Staniflaus ro continue in the * asuoou.ujod of jjm, ^jn^^,^ (n orcjer to animate the Poles, and Wvt tke Ruffian bo rsofe to kni Soctcw to the Emperor. The Damages which the City of Dantxkk flAaia'd by the late Bombardment, amount to two milbon of diiwaa. They have begun to repair the Churches and other Edifices, but cannot ptocced for want of Materials. Lettm from Sweden advife, that the Ruffian Minifler hu rlgnifkd to that Court, on occafion of the Treaty lately concluded with Denmark, that tKelftaking fuch an Alliance Defenfive and Ofeafive without the Parridpation^f trie C^rita, is ��tra^ Nyftad � that Minifter inutfed much upon having a Copy of the did Treaty, but was anfwer'd, that the States not having ihtirely ftttled it, the Court could no more at prefent, than aflure him that it contain'd nothing prejudicial to the Intercfls of Ms Miflrds. We have been abrm'ctheie, with Advice that two Danifh Men ot War are crahung under Heilgcbutd, and have taken feveral of our Ships 1 but our Letters front Copen-haguen give us Hopes that they ivill be boa rdeas*d, at the Intercefiion of theBritifltand Dutch Minuiers, who wait every moment for InftruQions-on that head. We cannot gnefs the Reafon that the Court of Ojpehhaguen has brdex'd four Regiments thither from Norway. Path, Sifttmbtr 14. Our Lettres front the Rhine of the 7th Inftant mention, that the main Body of the ArmV was in full March towards that River, and that feveral fmaJI Parties had already crofs'd jt, as likewife moft of the heavy Artiltery and Baggage. We learn from Madrid of. the 3 itt, that the Prince ot Ailurias conrinu'don the nienduig Hand. Our laft Advices from Conftaminople afiure, that a Peace b as good as concluded between the Turks and Thamas Kouli-Kan; and that the Grand Signioris laying up Magazines in all his Placre on the Frontiers of Chritleodom. - We own inked, that Letters by the Waynsf Venice would dill render the Pcrfian Affair very doubtful t nay, fejm to fpeak as if continual SuppUes of Men and Ammunition was fending to the Army, and thatall Matlcrs'are kept up with the ptofourvdeft Secrecy; but we fall Laft Sarardar their Xta|eAieiaa4..tHe rrftof ��t RjeaV-fJI^ mily took the Drwrfiea of hunting aHStsg vpen lJ�tt�t.a#j-.-; Heath; and afar a Cla^'rfabont-W�iWa�l^ near lueworth. VesWay \formia# the RM( Hon the Earl tfScarfak fi* out from kb Hentrsn Debtuy Street for the Bath, for tan Recc�TiTof hhHealth. . . ':-ri-m*-d'^*$i�i And dw Mnraanf thefeght Hotk the EarloftoftSTk hb Cor^ hre Dutchess Dowager of BctfN�V**�joi Ye^ydiedathbatPaAJiatton, J  fearer even at thatDiftance, that thcForagm coald not get a fitfilcicnt Supply ^for two Days at one time.;ohat the Huflara follow the ilKivck Army iinWy^anA,rjij^ Imperialios have, about 4000 Side in their Army, and that the neighbouring Roads are become dangerous toPaSen-gers, feveral Perfons having been lately found kiird. A great Firing having been heard.the 7th Infuunv N. S. towards f fa-lir4burg, 'twas thought there had been fomefmait RenoBuatcr between fomc of the Parties. / We learn from all Hands,, that both Armies are faagued ; the French having deftroy'd^the Forage in the Country round Onvmbourg, are retiring croft the Rhine to refresh tbetnfelvca; and 'tis faid that Winter Quarters are preparing for the imperialifts,-----------......,l_.;-------......_r--------- They write from Italy, that a Battle was expefled thcrtv both Armies having fent away their Baggage, &c and that the Allies had detached ao Batcaliens and 6 Sqsjdrooj crofs the Secchia, to intercept..the 5000 Croatians coming to reinforce the Imperial Army �er, whschwMtbhmcoane on tall Week at GbcfleTW.^ the Hon. Mr. Vensty. Ctkf JurW. was pot off �iAdi�|kt ofMr. Vcicey'.beirt taken ill of the Gout ,.,1 On Thoitaay lat the Rer. Mr. Commyns was presented hy* the Dean and Chapter of St. PaoTs, to the Lititg of PauTs-Walden in HertfordCure    -      -   ; .-v..y ^i,^:m*mm We hear that the late high Winds haw tka* a tonudarahW DasiawmtheHoMhifeirmlpatta.    ,   " ^.w^-^-m-^ A fnr Days ago died at his Scat at Hdcott in BtclfbrdJhire, Sir PyitfeatCtcniocke. Bart, whofoooreded hkFathet inttn*. Title m 1634, and fervM ia t�o fanaaetts for lh�County* of Bedswd dnrifv the Reiro of Queen Am. Ht Bumkd Hdeo. D�ogh�r and Coheir o! William Botefcr. of HMfs* ham m that Cbunry. Efq; and is foccwded in hisTstliand Efbtebv hkeldcftSon. now Sir Boeder Oiernock*.'   '     1 . 1^ NifiMtheCofpc/Mr.Can^wwcanWfioaNe^ . ratetoChiiH Owen, and buried intbeOurchyard: he had( -�- rJ^ - - � � k fe�M co Woirjesaay with , * H�'n�ont.�liht|^ 'Wm r^ WftbjeamaLanltargy, wan anApfScfikkF*. a^daed1onTanr*Uy.rf five who were oommiotd to Newgate in �Wt WLSf^^^ cemM in tJiel^sora*ftmatii^tVla� ccminu-d there Iry^me of ftttsal Aftt rf I^ajlsam^ Rlaxltbom aa3Taa>jr Beinat^ fonrrs on that account. ,' -~. .   " - %&mM�&&  We hfar that there are lately wiv^ fiomJe^lw.�tlWf* terml Natim of (hat Place ^but �i* ^.Mpll^M Z SCCTtC*       .. -   fl p   ------- High Wm* art^aad^n^dge thb Day. at ia Mnrntn, b the Morning, and 47 a?ter 7 at^rg'tt Saturday Bank Stock was 138 t half. India tAj. >afbSi ,Sea Trading Stock 79 3 4ih�. Old Anoarties 105 j Sths, f a 1 half.  Ditto New Antmnies 104 1 8th, * 1 4th., Tftra* , rxr Cfnt. Ammtty 93 1 4th.   hfiUtcv'nUnk toS t African so. , York Bitthhnjgi 3. Royal AffonuM* 97. JLmv don Afforaaca it 1 4th. New Bank Circulation al. �JI*4 I prem. Sonth-Sm Bond* jl. ia. Prera. India      jLj*  ttc ttmut oi tfai* ragvr. of the sjum'i Niac,' a�4 from �beJr.lt^tacCbampa^todhGoaiK MJamantajaha Charioble- Corporation -Houfir; Spring* Gariko^jij Auguft, 1734. Jr.t , t�wa%*Jon, two "Oswawy; hi I aa& **Jp$V&f  4ftaL4^�^ak 1*#E Court ef Committee of the /aid Cerpora- thtf,TZ^'W- ^bpbe^Z n*n ham dm tb< zVltfFM**j m�, tbtjmdhtdinrt ^^mm^mtJkMm^^L /er^C/n�^__^_ N B.^GtAmmrd^Jutheirtfttn*MtB*J$. Prince Chlriftian LeWis; Margrave of Brandenburg. Uncle to the King of Prufua, died lately at Makhdw. 'Tis currently reported at Paris, that his Excellency the Count dVMoatijo*vill repair shortly w the Court of Frapce, with the fame Character hu Excellency has at this. The Princes of the Blood are expeoed at Paris every Day from the Army, the Campain being thought over for this Season. The Metamorphofts of a young Lady into a Man, which we mmtion'd fomc Days ago to have engrola'd the Talk of Paris, has been found to be a Cheat: PuHuant to the Sentence of the Parliament, every thing was ready for a new Cbnitrn-.ing, when her Uncle, an oafhaate old Fellow, was refclv'd to fatisfy himfelf in the Affair, and got Monf. Petit, the mod eminent Surgeon in Paris, to his Awftance; but the Girl ie-fus'd this Re-examination, and they were forCd to get feveral Men to hold her, when they found (he was ftill of the Um: Sex flic was born, and had made ufc of certain surprising Artifices to appear otherwife. Poland is in a Flame 1 the Party for Staniflaus being every where on Horfeback ; Count Torlo at the Head of jcoco Horfe and 4000 Foot, advane'd to Warfaw, where there was only a Garrifon of 1000 Hen, but gencioufly dcdin'J to plunder it. AT the Blew Theatre in Goodman^-Fickb. (tit Oar. the 9a IJL *rHl be prttaxii a Gtme4f,  f*tii Cs>l,a.MO�.Mr.asss*a�k to&t i rrvackk. Mr. E�'#� ; Oaa tWr�% W. Kc*f}�; Oatny. l#r. un. 6&t4 -. Ifitelia, aau.IUaa.ko.; *^ra. Mrs. KdNftt f lafi, :m-t�CbmhMoarJ�raf^iaaar^ tacaiM*>.(n*at�at.- ** An* tawei**aoac�ia of Pattfag by VOtC VaBofl anag^lWltockr " Bixit it. BmammdSmlctBetmittSugtAt. f$ it. 0*1. it, Tofcpncx*aiv at Six o'CJoeiL 3**-If HkfMtmtmA^tr to?mj*m-i�4t+fmi anv fee tht rbcaac  - - BjMsAIaje/i^iCpmfaaj^Cm^HaHit ~ AT the Tbcar^ Royjd in Dnjry^aUne, T�3tTo�, twm$\htzt4ti�M�t 10s fsrfaraataw�u tint Si�f* uuii 14 Vcw.iXin^. xr.Cibteri lata, Mr. W. Mitts 1 a��u.'�.>. Mr. &iil�� 4 Mn. <**t*r. u*.9tiikA nVw fit Stemu �w, addaelartfic ��pi�*�"� at* ttcmvtt. Ha, To Ucf  r�**7 at tit o*rt*k. StfUmhr 7, i-r'ja. AIX Pcrfons that have any Effects plc 4dvdrtif(menti in this Paftr of a mfideralt Length art taken in at Tuo Sbu*"t*gt tseb.   

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