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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 16, 1834, London, Middlesex                                the &iy Air^afef. MbKDAT,  SsitEif feU IK, 1714- ftprday arriv'd a Mail from Manners. Ptterfburgy Auguji 24. OUNT de la MottefoUicits hts Liberty in i very {nttTiDg Manner, and has produe'd Letter* to Count d'Orter- mah, Whcicin the Cbunt de Caftcja       _r,_______ acquaints him, that the Ruffian Frigate j room of Capt. fijii^r, has-been realeas'tf,- and faifd-for the �    l.�W Tw,. Baltic!*, With every Thing that r-----,     . _       wasr I neccilary to procure his BeicafctncM i Vto wliicli Count U^Oftcrown made Ath �      _,. fwer, that it would be very, difficult for tin wibain his Liberty betbre the f�d Frigate, and what had ] fees taken with her, fhodld at.*ve in fome of the t&uina's ^Titmi, Sifirt. Since the Arrival of a Courier here from Jjorftnp, a Rumour isfptead as if an Alliance had been on the Onjet between England, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Por-tt�, the Rupublick of Genoa, and that of Venice, to put a Stopjothe Conquclls of the three allied Crownt t that the EMor Palatine would fend his Contingent of Troops to the Imperial Array; from whence a large Detachment would be ibiltbto.Lombardy to carry on the Operations of tfarwith Vigour during the Winter Seafon ; and that General Walks would march with a Body of 20000 Men to the Kingdom of ^Umbtrgh, S/ft. 13. Baron Statterhcim, Refident from Denmark, has had Qrders from his Danilh Majefty, not to concern bimfelf in the. Differences iubfiliing between that Crown and thisCity � but in Cafe any Application thouldbe made to him on that Head, to remit the Affair to Copenhagen. Baton Brackel, Refident ofRuflia, is on the Point of quitting 1^ Court of Denmark, and to travel by Land to Peter [burg, not having been able to procure die~RetememcnTof the Rul&an Ships, which attempted to pafs the Sound without paying the ujaa! Toll. � Rutf/hH, Sift. 13. By \Letters from Munich we learn, that �KwithR|ndjng^he fceming Inactivity ol the Troops of the Elector of $avaria,, they have not only been ready to march more than a Year, but during that time have been conftantly etttcii'diri all Military Difcipline. Tie Troops of the Con-tfcweot of the Elector are not yet ready to depart. IVe like-wile have Letters, importing, that there as arriv'd at the Court of this Prince an Imperial Commiitary, charg'd with In-fcuflkostomakefrelhRepreremationstohiro. - CtfnJMgtit, H-~ The Rulfian Frigate which the French are conducting back to Mufcovy arriv"d Ycficrday, and Ifesnow at ah Anchor before this Place.       *_'j Btrlin, Stpt. 14. This Morning early the King of Pruffia tmVd at Potzdam from Cleves, but in a very bad State of Health. At Ten the Queen receiv'd an Exports, with Orders to come to Potzdam, and bring all the young Princes and PrioceBet.with her. Her MajeAy let out from hence about an Bear after. ..- uCtbpi, Stptmbtr 17, Our Elector's four Regiments are I1^ ctcamp'd near Godeibcrg, and there is no Appearance .of thtir erupting into, any warlike Aclion. We near from Fraok^,thatthc Deputies -i>f^'�Src^'^flie4^^^RBiBe ee to meet this Week to fettle the Winter Quarters; and ' utt thofc of Franeonia and Suabia were expeclcd at Heidelberg fcr the fame Purpofe. 1      .     ' Htgut, Sift. ai. We have Advice here*, that the Spaniards in die Weft-Indies have taken two Dutch Ships, under Pretence that they were' trading upon the Coaft of Karaquas; which boag denied by jhe Owners of the laid Ships, there is great : Ujiei&neuV among our Merchants at this Proceeding. The . Afcnhjy of. the States of Holland continues, notwithlbwding taePenuonary is iadifpos'd,-We have nothing new herefrom the Armies in Germany, but that DHpofitions feem to be Bakiogfpr fending them into Winter Quarters._____________ Dtal.Stpt. 13. Wind N. The two Ships fcr Philadelphia tiled lift Night.  Hb Majcfty's Ships and the outward-bound ^^mrowper lift.---------=        - ^ D�77%. 14.* Wind N. W.  His Majefry's Ships the *^"di, Pembroke and Defiance, remain i wiihBiiftol, ,_^s�$tBtJLumi_^       and. EjUaitth, and the Harri-*�. BJoom, both Jrom the North CoaJt.  Jull came down and ___thro', Marmaduke, Arifkin, for Liibon . Widiuord, Ford, for Oporto. "Several more Ships are in Sight, but we-an** learn thei* Names. " �\ * "'* ��-L  O N  D ON.  ' , �^^ro>v the Roy.^ Hounflow- **ft{*jWch yielded very good Diverfion forhve-Hours, and Kurd four Miles beyond Cobham irrSurry : their Majeftks Wetem view at his Death, and return'd about fi*.o' Clock to ^^gBh, ajt did -the -Duke, the Prince^ of Orange and pwcdj Caroline about feven. l*^_'��e being Holy-Crofs-Day, when their MajeSies {?** �?%g./iuntuig, and on which Day the Contiibutioo or S^V'Money iiufually .given in-favour of the Humfinto, the *�t Hon. the Earl of i anlcerville. Matter ot bisMajefly's ._***-HC!tois, held the Purfe, and colkaed near jooGuineai, 8�v�ng 1 oo, the Prince ol Wales 40, the Duke. W� Princeii o� Orange and the Princefs Caroline 50 between f'u?d n,ott �',hc Nublemcn j each. A tHind is oider'd to be turu'd out upon Hounflaw Heath ^.Wedndday-Morning. ?,'.?oyal "'ghncf* the Prince of Wales din'd on Saturday WhuHouieatKew. ^i?���t th?.Rev. Dr. Waterland will be made Biihop SWu^f'      CewLtranflaied to Bangor, in the room of Ui who will be mov'd toSalilbury ; a�d that Dr loett TfcSSS10.^^^*' wiU & P�f��"d to the LmuK of * *���, m the room of Dr. Shcrlo*. .The Utter end of Lul Wed; the following Commiffiont were sffued out from tbeSecmary of StatesOftcc. via.  ^Klajor, wbeLiwtttnwColotfcpj in Sir Charfcs HothimV Regiment, in the room of /chn Moo-tagu, Eiq; decasM. ppt. Giilman, eUetl Captaht, to be Major. Catom Liort. Rohm Dunbar to be elicit Captain, in the Lieut. T nomas Pciriba to be Capt. Lkut. io the room of Capt. Dunbar. :     ,. And Mir. Robert Stating to be Ueotejvutt b the fitid meat. �� ......... To^Daj their Graces tike Dbke and DutchefeoF Richmond are expedtd at their House in Arlington llreet from Holland,    i.. .      ^ .      ,,.    . . Yeitenlay the Right Honi  h�re�de4attfw4iaguerw two Y tl� Charaaerof his Majcfty's Minuter Pkwpottntiarv tothe States-General, and arriv'd here oh Friday tail from Holland, waned bit their Mamies at Kehfington, and met with a moil gracious Reception. '    :   "     ' On Thwiday the Nephew of the Elector of Treves, with two German Nobleinen his Coropaoions, arriv'd in Town from Oxford, where they had been to fee that Uluverfity j tod Yeftenlajutbey were icrjodue'd to their Majeaies at Kenling* fa by Count Kirdki, and took their Leaves of the Court, de-figning to tec out this Week on their Return home. La.it Week the Dean and Chapter of VTutchefter held a Chapter of the Prebendaries, �tc at the Cathedral Chutch of Wi�tan,.su�Ickeed the Right Rev. Dr. Benjamin Hosdlcy, Letd Biftq) , 1734, . ; Court of Committee of tbi fiud Corpora*; ; t'JLtJjpU* Natkt, that thnpi)>tt�y} I�'[ ltr^, Mr. Cfrxt>arinr the rwo crave-^iift^ Mr. Mwturtj uwait, M>�. ii*lliai. OptMu, aiit� ssaaa. A T fhe1 Theatre: JKoyal in Prury ~ JUne, ' Tji>;o/roi�, le.utj ihe t/ili oi September^ will bs pitstniarf ibf rr��c3/ _    _____ . .- C     A     T    JO.   , It'ritttu by tbt latt J. Addison, �/f$    , - ca'o, Mr.  � ,, Syfhai, Mr ( 'btxr j foiiyi, Mr. Milw*rd-, Uutm. Ur.Crofi, taw , ' ou; Mr. Winito e i Otiia*, Mr. H.-*i;t; Mticu, Mrs. Tharsaoadl Lotui, Mrs. uot'xt. ,   _,,       T) wbiich will r�a Btyrf fikte, t*)l^ The  DEVIi to  PAY: o a. The  Wives   M etamorphoVp* hbho, Mr. Harper j Hell, Mr*, a.tej ai� John LeMtaVt, Mfc Salway \ Lady Loxibic, M(t.^ruu>aid. Vlaict iu U takm it (he Wtdav Cook', k the rlayhovft f-ffrf T� be^ll 
                            

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