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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 10, 1834, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAY, September 16, 1734. &arfi&>% 4�Zufi 2 |OM E Days ago it wat repotted htrt, that the Army under the Count tie I"arlft, Falaunof Lublin, coniilling ot" 20006 Harfc and 40CO Foot, \va� ar-rtv'd at Lowictz, with 12 Pieces of Cannon, and was marching forwards in order to befiege this City, and drive out the Soo Ruffians and 200 Saxons which are in Garriibn. This Report immediately caus'd a Pa nick to iprcad .�the Inhabkants, the richeil of whom prefently began !^ me Arrival ft an Ecckbailick from the IWa Artny Yc-Sjor. ieirTcarsgnsttiy abated ; who reports, that General y^L^Kjnvn had, with great Strength 01" Reafon, repre-faMotothe Palarin of I^ubfia how little Advantage would ac-the taking of Wariatv, fince bcfidcithe Lofs which finallilrriy V '�*-'" before thJt Place, he would be oblig'd, ^jSAppouancc, to abandon it at the Approach of the Uiiiaan toff; and that it was much to be feai'd, the Tioops, before t*rr raud. would plunder the City, which .would, infallibly wnwrfal Reproach upon the I'oliih Army : That ibanttOBaCouadlol War was held, in which it was refblv'd tjstrckdircclly toward* the Palatinate of Sendomir, that being ^KBcral Rendezvous of the PcJifh Nobility and Troops, vbett there was aduaDy forming a new Confederacy in faatttf King Staniflans. This News, together with that ^jucl Lkutcnam Col- Bona brought, that rooo Kullians, the laeKiaber of Saxons, and the Regiment of Crown Guards, tot narcbibg bither, has re-cfhbltfhM the Tranquility of lUrijj l ae laft News we heard of King Stanifuus was, tic he cocticued in the Territoriesol the King of Pruffia, but dattheexacl Place of his Rcfidencc was net known. It was tkricady reported, that this Prince had been at Tykoczin, and ^fe bating bad an Interview with (bote Po'ifh Lords, he was �nra'd intD Pruffia. The Cailcllan de Czeifko has lent cir-qfaUam to all the Officers belonging to the Crown Trea-brr, WDoafy to them, that King Stantibus had appointed him tts&BKi&er the Crown Treaiure in the room of the Grand Tiafcer Offirlioia, who is gone over to the Party of King  Asje&a; enjoining them toaddreis tbtmfcives to him in all Twaji noting to the Exennic of their Employments. . The cataStfletters of. M. Poninlki, Marfhal of the general Con-kAnty, da�i the 4th of July lait, have been pubiiuYd here, (see which many Polifh Gentlemen have come in and fub-w&sei t� King Augnftns. Dniki, Srfitmbtr t. The Primate of the Kingdom and Acifan{ai& de Monti, were the 27U1 of h-il Month conducted bob EEacg to Tbcro. The former has the Liberty of con-wssag tith whom be pleafss. Ks*szgathal, Stft. 3. The French are in Poflefljon of Cfdbocjg, and have lent Safeguards into Gengenbach, Zell �d rbuncibach, all which Places, as well as lcveral others, attwjb^fbnunotfd to furnijth them with a. certain Quantity f Bajr and Oats. Hitherto it appears that the French have too&r Dcfign in thefe i'am but to engrofs all the Provuluns eifwage. ttmbtrgb, S.-ft. 10. Mr. Pouffin, the French Minifler, noae'd Yesterday a Coarifr from PruflU, who, as it is reported, febioogk him Letters from King Suniflaus, by which this iadmates, that he is going to put hjMfel/at the Head CMjefiftiTroops,wlsote Number, it's (aid, amounts to aesxtfem 60000 Men. They write from Stockholm, that Ifr.arSebededt, the Banim Mjjniaer, having the 30th pit BEDrtaCMner from his Court, bad the next Day a private iitmk rf- the King of Sweden, in which he notihod to him. Oat the Kiag bis Maler had ratified the but Treaty condutied same Crown of Sweden. -^iWi i^. 8. Wind N. by E. TneWrod coming fair Ok IteratDg, the outward-bound are all fiul'd VVeftward, ex- �dnieor fcur whole Names we cannot learn ; but the four of W� fifj ranaih. Came down and farTd through, �|AtnBe, Fanner, lor New-York. Arriv'd, NeUon,Younger, cas Virgiaia. m n        LONDON. ^2**B�y nm being the Birth-day of Don Ferdinand, ^"^^Afcnia*. the Count Montijo will give a grand En- *^*M^on of State, Foreign Mjinilicrs, and other Perfons ^ti* Week one dpt. Mackay was committed PxUbner to nrCafile at Edinburgh, beiDg charg'd with inticing Soldiers ** Tg^.� Foreign Service; several of whom are likewifc in �f. kavjag icceiv*4 Pay from nim, bcudc* that of the the bed Kfehods tbey could to tave their EfFccb : But  We are mform'd,. thst the Nati.m of South-Barbary meritifcn'd in our latt, are come to nrgocnite fan* ASairs. and heal fwne Differences that hav'e latclv happen'd between them and feme Englilh Merchant Ships trading there.     ' Bniiti, Srft. 7. By Advice from the Weft Indie* we have a melancholy Account of the Scipb's Ncgroet mutinying, wherciH C�pt. Gordon's two Mates were unHMtunauly kilTd, ** fifteen of the Negroes, before they could be queiTJ. It happen'd about the time of iheir Departure lions the Coail. ^ s Three Men of War are now at AiicMr in King Road, viz. thcKinfalc, the Grey honed, and the Swift j and two other* a.re cruising^off Bridgwater ami Miifbrd ; fo that no Ship can ^�pe hawng their Hands impreti'd.      ,,-c,. Edhtna^b. Stft. a. tail Week Mr. Wilhamfon, one of the Gendemcn who were call away the 7th olt. was taken up at Abcrlady in Eaft Lothiab, and decently intm'd. Bop*, jut* 17. Tuefoay lail being the Anniver&ry of b� Majefly** happy AcceUidh to the Throne* when Be enter*d the 8th Year of his Reign, the lame was obterv'd here with all polliblc Dethonftrations of Loyally and Joy. At Noon the Camion at CalUc-William were fired, as were thole on board his Majefly's Ship Scarborough, and other Ships and VeiTels in the Harbour. About Two o'clock the Regiment of Militia of this Town* under the Command of Col. Winflow, was drawn oat into the Common, (both Officers and Soldiers having Qrange-Coiour'd Cockades in their Han) where having gone thro' the manual Exercife in feparnte Companies, and being formed into a Regiment, his Excellency Governor Bekncr, the Captain-General, was pleas'd to Review them, who as he pab-'d along, was {aluted by the Officers, who were drawn up in a Line in the front of the Regiment, and made a very hue Appearance; His Excellency then retit'd to the Seat of the Hon. Adam Winthiop, Efq; where he was agsin faluted by the Officers in a very graceful manner as they tnarchird outof the Field. The RcgfinenT being aftetwards drawn up in Kin�-ftreet, near the Town-Houfe, they fired tireeVcduVs, each Volley being follow'd wiUlthree loudHuz2as, After the Soldiers were difmifs'd, all the Commiffion Officers march'd in Proceffion, with the Drums of the Regiment before them, to his Excellency's Seat, where they� wiX a great Number of other Gentlemen, were cuautain'irwith a fplendid Supper, and the Evening was fpent in drinking Loyal Healths, and other Expteffioni of Joy and Satisfaction on the happy Occasion. At his Majcfty's tcAt - Garden in Hackly iH the Mole,   . ILL be perform'd the brav��n^�� �k>n it hat met wirft,>ot ooTy tVom th� praftnt Huytl ffaimiy  y*i Palaca ot Veifailki, and ii latalf rriv'J ftom �h*�co much Hnpttw'd bt ChcUluohat I'iathUOr. �Httt We U� Advice from New-York, that Capt. Salter arriv'd iWajoaebft man E�ya�. wl� gave an Account, that fife KirtiecV being ai the fame place, went on Shore for *�*L and rcnun'd towards Evening, iawdcr to go on board, -hwM^aop' Kiihimi'o�' tbey could not, reach ,ter,_ which -a^Acawwi^^lEroTWWeatber: that tbey oeiakdiaf the lOand by a {mail Tortoifing Veffel. which Otf ak'd and bmoeat into Providence.; and that be was to Whispai^c�rbQud the Shark Man of War, who was Ladr  d wih�t Alt I'and ht dooN� d.ii bo thole GcwiraMaiad Ladies who will honour himttta tbeh rrtfcuu �iU be fbcandidai to *Ho�it. .     , jili*. The An�fi�ial View �ibe WwW. tU Mafler-pWtarf iliatod, hereDjltenewandAppn>��ht�are to rtjiuUtly obftre'd in thidiffr*. reat ttcpntRniatioaMitat tha mo(t Skiltal ha�e b�a (frach wtilt *� ntirati�-Di a*d the laoortm deli|hicd �ith �b� lif�ouit> qf ttit Nf-tomuMe. particaUrlf ihe City o� Detttika ubiue|'d bf t^RufliMM, eeiaibe (--rcoch FWet Imdiai their Porte* befvie ron-Wethftllwundo. -4*bty. TtoMaikaDtoi, or Wioftaal} t ParPeioal Motion iwpfot'd,; beiog tU fatt and mult ro>pri&(� MathUw that etor ytt eppear'd In Europe. "   - ' ' itMy and Ufllr. Tb# moft ceWbrtied 1^i�II�1��t of ta Yiii, b.inij ibe firtt tiros ot bii fcTformance o�i that Suae" tfieTe"T*"TeaY�T^iflwrMr. Cibber    Ugo, Mr. W. AlilU ; Brabaiitio. Mr. Mil'ard ; Rorferi(fci, Mrr Milier , DciJcinona, mi>. Thutm>�d � *�itUa. Mrs. Vatlcr. With fclea ficfo of Mufkk, aad Eotertaiimm s of paocigg^ ^ ... -�-'"���-�-�""-'"'-'-rjie-'piuo^ And the Hcecltctt by Mr. fffot and Mrs. *a!icr. Mr. Pclli.^f, Mr. Davcopori. Mr�, Pclijpf �0fc. My bit Kijioys Ctmm**d,�� fttjvu f t*  au1 Ladio .ie ttUt'i i� (f"0 i�eu . n co keep Plat'  t>r Four o'ClV* ; an. 4 Sn ct�al) e?c IbiU b.g u, uu A4.C u.i; uf >i)e LxOfc'tl ul the tn tlHimno �. To he S E E AT, flit Day m*J fir the future, bitwtu tit Htun Tin mtti Eight (Prict fivt Skiliimgt) im UUt/4r-fitldi'Mutnt mtko EajlfSJt, at V A R. C H O V E T *s, Surgeon, his new Fi- 1VX Kore ot Anatomy (with feteral Improvetnenll Aitcai his nt> o����teoai his lato Houlc b Oraoge-itrcct) which rcptetoti a Wo-m�� ebain'difct�aupria a Table, Ibppw'd open'd atiea, wherein fh�- -' Cmolationor ibe Wood it made etubUJlio' Qlafa Vcimaad arterieet ^_Cui�b�faflJa auo teen from tha Mother i� the Child, amf from- -. b� Child to (he v>ber j with wCCfldlitk and di.itolkk Motion01 mcjreart, and ibe AAioa of the Lungi. All ivfilth Particulars, to- . ae her with fereral other Preparations will be Ihowo and clctiig e r>ioier of ibis Pepcr, (hall receive Two   � Ooiaeat Kewardieerit>oQoeltiop� ash'd. r EFT in fome unknown Houfe* on the Loreba. Wbpeecr brugs the bid Warcb to Mr. l>rycon. eiiymeker, cttr-a^aisA fcu'Jing^ocfi in tlw Auao4 mill ba�� Two (jyiAeaa Kcward, and 00 Qodtiufis a^k'd. STOLN or ftray*d between the 15th and 70b of Augoft (aft, horn Wimtleton or lotneyCimmeo, Ixowa Pad ab^ut I) Haodtandan lotii hi^h, with a Ha�k M��w, fid) feed. * J g'�> fomcwhai Urre, ha* � itar nn (4111 tf Hip, �"d ha�� atictnpttd 10 mike a Star io his Poiehead. ' eVfuiercr ill bf iff, tt>m n> Mr. JeUloa, at the Pautcou OUfi-b �ufc in Sooi/.u-att, orln. House ai Wimb:'d . (bsli faaVe a Coioca Hcwaid, and on ijucUioo* aik'd, ulfhicalUiablc Charges.~n~ STOLN or ftray'd out of the Grounds btv loraisg 10 fl� three Coiis farm oreeagaiuill iba Waicb huole ac Mile-��d, Middleics, 00 TlxutUtf Nigfii fait, a :to a *i�ner�� * fWi cut (prig Tail, ol a INieclt' make, auf pacee �c 1. Wtoceef will orioj; of fci*e None* ot the abo'tl^id llorle iu Mr. fedmui^ s  be nisy be I.ad atfaie, fli,it �ui�t a Ooioea Kewaid, and noQeeHki i *�k*d T O S T on Monday* the 2d Inliant, a young I / vbiicPo* ol the Poiniig Kiod, naara rucif^m"oibold^witn dirt" Li*er-c/-4our cm each fiJe bu '-ead i> 4 � UM l�cc. Wfvxrcr wtti bJUetbeaiWc^id (>u� 10Mr. Va.ti. Or tvi, tlteCoceeioi Oi�ogt-llic��, lei  WjicUioat' I fbua Cuie!. fimtf, iu the Haoi4b-ot.V�.iloo-,�id. rrookllreet, ,.uvml iijiwie, thail �>a�e h�tf aOi�t*a he*aid, a^d 00 ^Uium ava'd. N Y Ferfon who has the Difpofal ot a well m m a;t�Jt^D' eol 10 Witiior, teil'j Up Ij? M. Oa-e. if - * ' tis'' Lwf>o�i i- �.ks �l t*U� I'lwiMi*. Uuii U levin        u LtU'cbi the pn.poici�. Mwtifemmts in this Paper of a moderate Lefi&tfi are taken in at T\ao M ' ...,\........^hiM^^^^^^^ $L-Jlin*i tacb.   

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