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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 12, 1834, London, Middlesex                                THURSDAY.   S EPtEMBER  II, 1734. Pelerfburg, Angufi 19. |HILST our Neighbours in thcBaltick arc ftrengthening tlicn.lelvcs with Alliances detenfivc and offcr.fivc, the Court has thought proper to takefome Vigorous Refolutions with relation to our Naval Affairs; and we fhall have a Fleet of 50 Ships of the Line, and 36 Frigates, ready to put to Sea early in the Spring.   Four new Men of War are order'd on the Stock*, two of 90 Guns, jgj the other of So and-o. The Number of Seamen to be w continually in her Czarian Majdly's Service, is rixt at r, Stj>:. 10.   According to our lafl Letters framJoly the two Armies were in their old Situation, but feem'd preparing on both fides for fome very extraordinary Event. They lay fo much upon the Catch that the Troops were perpetually wader Arms, and 'tis generally thought that an Action is unavoidable.  We have greatly the Advantage of the Enemy in car Infantry, but they are llrongly cntrench'd.   The Impe-rialifh have laid a new Bridge crols the Po, and have taken all poffible Precautions ior fecuting a good Ktirept in cafe ot Need. They write from StrafWg. that the Count de Belhfle has nsvvly lent from theme a cbnliderubk* Train of battering Cannon, Andfot hr wai generally believ'J our Generalt.wrriJd not quit we Field till'they had takci." fome other Place.   IJy the new Ordinance which tlie-King has lately publilh'd, the Militia are wacdinBaruhorjjon much the fame Fo^t a, the Regiments of Regular Troop:.   Each of thefe BattaliorX is to confift of a Company of Greiudiers.-a State M-^jor, Officer, Serjeants, Corponih, Lc (o that the Battalions olLMiluia wtii aniwer in �V�y Refptft thofe jp4 Rrgul.r Iroops. r>m the t^v, FJJks, Stpt,-n!-tr \q.   The Imperii! Army ttOUnurs in lt. (;amp r.ear Hadeltxrg i that of the French hai Tl^ r P'5d �wt Kch1, and sdvaiices towards t^e Brii'gau I be Dul.cof Bevcrcn going a few Davi :igo to Ncik-.-rau, ti> kea \UWo( tlle p,ace whcfe the prt.|ltJl paf5�j th[. Khinc ttUoptniug i�.c Caropajii, was near Wr, g carry'd oil" by 1 w�y of 4000 Mci, wnich the Enemy ttircvv crots tnt- Rucr, .^J0^^ forpruing htm ; but the Del gn mikarry'J. S?-if 'I'ioop> are left in NculUdt and the nrcelTary Artillery, to prevent the Imperialifti adv��cinjt towards the oppofite Banks of that River. The Deputies of the Ctrdeii ire expccled very foon to attend Prince Eugene, to fettle with his Highndi the Winter Quarters for the Army. Deal, Sfftrmber 10. Wind N. W. His Majcftv's Ship8 Deptford, Defiance,and Pembroke remain; alfo Bri(lol. Salter* for St. Lucar ; Mary, Painter j Stork, Hog, for Philadelphia � OrJey Galley, Robrafon; tot Cada. - L O N b o rt. VeflerrJr.y their Majcfliei arid the reft of the Ro^Fimily hunted a Stag as ufual on IIounibw-Hcath, which ran fcveral time* croG the Thames, and about three o' Clock was kill �K ncar Egham ; after which their Majellies and the reft of the Royal Family accepted of ah Invitation to dine at bis Grace the Duke of Newcastle's, at his Seat at Clermont. Ycilerdayjyiornlhg as his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales was going through Kenfington to Tlounflow, the Horfc of Mr. Lockman, one of his Footmen, fell with him, and bruised him in a miferablemanner, and at the fame time threw down an elderly Woman and crafh'd her almotl to Death; whereupon his Royal Highnefs was pleas d to order his Coach to Ifop, and gave immediate Direction for both the Woman and Servant to be taken all poffible Care of. His Royal High-nels's Companion and Gencrofity exerts itfelt oh every Occa-fipn, and the poor unhappy ObpAs forget their Anguilh in the Scnfeof his Royal Highnefs'sTendernelsand Condcfccntion. Yeftcrday the General Court Matlbal held at Whitehall, on the four private Gentlemen belonging to the third Troop of Life Guards, commanded by the Right Hon. the Earl of Albemarle, hnifh'd .their Examination of the Witneffes in relation to the Infult of Col. Fuller, and this Day will make their Report to his Majefly at Ketrfington. Xaft Night their Graces the Duke and Dutchefs of Richmond arriv'd at their Houfc in Arlington-Urcct from Holland. As did from the fame Place the Right Hon. the Earl of Albemarle, flu Lordfhip intended to have been over before the Court .Martial, but the Wind would not permit it. The lion. Mr. Finch ariiv'd here at the fame time from his Rcfidence at the Hague. Lail Night the Corpfe of her Grace the Dutchefs Dowager of Albemarle jnd of Montagu, after lying in State in the Jerufalem Chamber, was inurf'd in a private manner in King Henry Vll's Chapel, near the Bodies of General Monk Earl of Albemarle, and bcr Contort Chrillopher Duke of AJbcnuiIe, the General's Son. We hear there is a great Contefl at lafl between two of the Aldermen of this City, about fciving" tBTOflicc of Sheriff for the enfuing Year, in the rooof of Mr. Powell; but the Struggle is, who (hall procure the other to be choien, We are affur'd, that Tomo Chachir the Indian King, having been acquainted, that it was inferred in fome of the News-Papers, that he was affrighted at the Sight ot the Magick-Lanthorn with the Spectres at Dr. Dcfagulicrs't, reply'd with fome Concern, " that he was near ninety Years old, andxould " not be- afraid of any thing at his Age." The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor having declar'd his Intention to take the Divtrfion of Hunting on Monday next, the City Hqunds are order'd to lie on Sunday Night at the Red Lyon in Chethunt in Heitfordlhire, his Lcuiuhip's Country-houfe being near that Place. Yetlerday the Scflions began at the Old Baily, when 29 Prifoucts were try'd, one whereof was capitally convicted, viz. john Green for robbing John Weft of 3 s. 6d. and a Pair of Buckles, and Elizabeth and Mary Cowley of Wearing Apparel and 35. in Money, on the King's Highway between Paddington and Kilburn; r 4 were cafl for Tran7portation and 13 acquitted. Mary Eager was try'd for the Murder of John Eilex the Drover at Hampltcad, and found guilty of Manflaughtet. Yeilerday.,the fevcral Perfons that were taken into Cuftody fome time ago for enlilling Men into foreign Service, were cali'd to the Bar at Hicks Hall, and the Bench was plcaAi to appoint their Trial to be on Saturday next. Lafl Nigbi a Horfe fell into one of the Arches of Fleet-Ditch, through a Hole that is left open to clean the Shore. On Thurfday lail was held at Newcalttc^ the Annivcrfary Meeting of the Sons oi the Clergy in thofe Parts, when the Rev. Mr Whadham Chandler, Son to the Right Rev. the Lord Bifhop of Durham, preached the Sermon ; and the Collection which was afterwards made, amounted to 167 1. Lail Week came on at .Wakefield, the Election uf a Rcgi-fler for the Well Riding of Yorkfhixe, when M-Ulhew Wtnt woith, Efq>.J�aS cbofcn.   The otlir Candidaiia were hit. Stanhopr, i\lr. Yarburg, and Mr. Wood The Prince Eugene, Capj Hayes, was lately fltraridrd near Milford-Haven : Thc"Cfew and tuolt of llieC^rgo were Lv'd, but the Ship entirely loll. ,  Couniclbr Cogi'lan, of the Kingdom of Ireland, who arriv'd here fijine time ago. tgr ihe Refevcry  f hjj Urallfc, is now fo well that he Yellcrday let out fur TunbuJge in Kent Places, on PuriiH- l ^ . - , jrfoiI"fO"ddl'Kjyxlxv; I_'oiage of the Em MiuJ&n, Sefttmbfr 11. The French have built a Rtd.wBr *Vfcetfch, upon ttc lianks of the Rhine, and lomty'd it witn Ycilerday Bank Stock was 13.9 1 a.ih, 140 Iniia 143, a 4. Soutri-Sca Trading' Muck �0 1 4th, a 3 4th, a 1 half. Old Annuitirs ict> Ditto New Annuities 104 J 41I.s. Tl.ree P-rC-nt. Annuity 94 Million Bank io*J 1.1 half. African 10 York Buildii:�? 3 . Royal A durance 77 London Af Uranc* 12 1 4th iN.w Bank Circulation 3I a z> 6d. Piem. s��ut�< Sea Bonds 31. 5* l'lcm. India ditto 3I. 11s Prero. 1 r ~'.h d.'.to Books Ihut. Salt Tallies 2 1 half, per Cent. 1'rem    " Ifigh Water at Lc�don-Brkrg� thU Day. at $4 MmMM Iter 10 in the Morning, and aS after 11 at Night. South-Sca>Houfe, Londoitt *VHE Court of Dinners eftbe $ $e**Cmi~ 1 ra tbt Fort/tit*,  chtr. fen. Mr. fcnkeihrnanj vatnJ, Mr. II**ar4; Sawg|�tr, |4f� Lynn 1 Clincher,      Mr. wethciiii; Dttfcv, Mr. Woodward ) Toai 1 Brrmd, Mr. MoohG 1 ConfUble, Mr. feaice 1 twif LurevtM, Mrs. CirTirdi Lid� l>iflinj, Mrs. Hmtdiija , Aggeiia, Mrs. Miitilloa j' farier. Mil* Tolleii. Vtitii fcveral Poierisinmeon of Sioftngaad Dusting,vix. t-isd of aft I sinaiof; by MiMjoac*. End of a(\ U. A Uincc,..ulBJ I* Ifollatc by Mr. F. - TckH (from ihi Theatre ia inuty Itne) twlMrt. WtxvdwarJ. _ - si^teffta ttt. *C*�eno c� the FmOnio�oW*iftCaarWi. "r" Bnd ot' Act IV. .Si��iog by Mifi Joora. K"4of A�S V. A|�nu Da> . Buxti and BaheKKi Mll  Mttnufa utmrm-d tfttt tbtCmtmn u4r*wmmf. N. B. fUtei tor �Iw Oote* to betakr.i at li.'jnju'iColfcCbouicappQ. file rheTheairr. By His May fif i Company of ComeSiam% u AT the Theatre Royal in DmryLane, A itu� Day, being the tath of Scptcmba. �il| b� prtknttd j ruy, uiiv' ........ AM PHYTRI ON : The    TW0"'S0SI A- S- Writttn  by   Diyom. ' Jupiter, Mr.Mills, Sofia.Mr.Harper ; Ampbyiila:-, Mr w. MiH�r Mercury. Mr Sfieppard : Aiemcoj, Mr*. Ttoraj^wu i tintiit, srrs.-Piiitbird i Broaiu, Mn..$hif�buia. Willi (clclt Pi�tt� or' Mufkk, �od Emtriii mm  of Otawg, *�.   -The BUek Joke by Mr. Nivclon r 4 Mif� f.l�r> VqJ VtiUilia^ j^diLlatalf.-:^ tflit'j iivtp tlte.-tt (l) :t'i iosptuv J by Lfa�ifi^>x�ir VuMahuk, tUak "' V> ..� t':.e U�e M� l'�a.l.tett. ___ Yfc\lfc'� Ju..�*i Oei;tri  tilcrm'i ��, llll^c irsfcrur. if cxe^val � a^y*b>n'ivv fnttv^u* ih�i art; c4ii� j i>r�i     t,u (.' ufc i.co'iemrn ma4 l�  10 aUo� it. )f . The Ai'ifUu! View ol the World, jbe Maf!er-(>ie�Cof itllrafcL � : ere Oiftar.cct ao4 Appro^Um (6 ie|ulif ly yib{ctw' utk wild A4-roir.li �"<* die Igiw.-u cciigbtcU uh ibt |,gri uhj �f |fa� far* 1 jruur.ee pan culariy ihe   o> Din 14k a ttfttg'd by Itc Kuftaau. uid 'he trcniti Vlati Ui>aiag ilieir fotut bet'rc tott-*(.iitictimtoAi. beior ;lc tiitt �- ^U livp'ifiug Hutloc tU  bcy>�4 < rrd.l.iln* -tlTlt��.r.|rrn^f^| jrltci L)i�cifiLK:� to uttifc the Ccm;-i.y �hiilt cfy 
                            

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