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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 17, 1834, London, Middlesex                                dvcrtifcf. f UESDAY, 6e ptimbH 17, 1734. ' t iT il * Heidelbarg, Sept. 15. IS footi as the Scheme for Winter Quartets is regulated, Prince Eugene, with, ' Duke Albert ol Bcveren, will depart for Vienna : The; Duke of Wurtenberg will bare the Command of the Imperial Troops in his Abfcnce.  Count Hamilton is arrw'd here from the Emperor, I to coofuk with Prince Eugene what McaTores will be occetTary to take in  k leveral important Affairs, which have IffB olfcpver'd by the DifjSatchcs of the French Courier, ftopt feme time ago by fane Imperial Hbflar^ T his Lord departed tbi�MorftitJg to return to Vienna. Lieut. CoL Baranian with the Regiment of Hullars of Caroli, to which he belongs, lately attacked a Party ol French foragers, kill'd about 200 of them, ttok So Piifoncis, and about 200 Horles. The Departure of rje Prince of Orntige to return into Holland, if hx*d for the cnJol mb Month. . tiata'Siugb, Sept. 14. VVeareaffur'd, that in the Confertn- | m which the Baron de Kurtzock, the Emperor's Minitter. has fad With our Magtttrates, in Relation to the hlifumlerilanding brtwixt tbein and the Court of Denmark, he has given them tb afidertlarid, that hb Imperial Majeily took Cbgonanct of it, and that it was to be aujullcd no other way than by a lub-ddented Cbmmiffion.- The Treaty which the Court of SncKholm is negotiating with that of Copenhagen, contirmes a Secret 1 fcyeral Foreign Minillen reiitfing-at thclctwo Courts luve defir'd to have it communicated to ilierrt, but have not yet met. with a Compliance to their Demand*. The Report tore run*, that this Treaty, bc&des an Engagement to a mu-raal Defence; has fof its Ofcjefts, not only Co maintain the, ftate of the North, bat alio to incrrate the Commerce and Na-viguiooof the Subjects of Sweden and Denmark. It's added, . tint A* this End, the two Powers will guarantee the Etlablilh-ncat of Companies fortn'd lor carrying 00 a new Commerce to ladta and China. Moll People think this fart Article will tive Umbrage to other Powers. We are aifur'd that the Em-prefiof R�fl� hasdedar'dby Air. Bclrichcff, the Ruffian Mini-Iter at Stockholm, , * That lite is determin'd to continue to cul- * titatea pcrleft Fricndihip and good UndetHanding with the * Otrwm of Sweden: That therefore ihe flatter'd hcrtclf that ' the Treaty in Hand with the Court of Denmark, contain'd 'nothing contrary to this Dilpofition'" Toe Anfwer which, wu made him, according to what is publifn'd, was to the fak. lowing Puipofe : ' That,the,Crown of Sweden was in the < fime Stntimeflt* of Frieltdiprp and good t/rldeHtaidiiig ; * ThJK in icfpett to (he Treaty upon the Carpet with the * Court of Denmark, it had no other Tendency than to main-'toia the Peace of the North, and to remove aR.Occafionof ' Dtthatance/ It'i thoagfut the lafl-mcntion'd Power will   put* Stop to the Progrcis of a new Scc.1 started up in that Kingdom, which 1� alreadyIprcad, its Errors in many Provinces.. TbeTe-nksof this Seft nearly leftmble the Quietifls, and are fupport-d by the mouVgrots Phanaticifin^ ^lJheCourt haspromU'd to amrl the Clergy in whatever may be thought proper to extirpate this Opinion. Ctevts, Stft. 18. The King of Pruffia has prdcr'd the Prince Royal, his San, and the other Princes of Brandenbourg which are in the Imperial Army, to continue there until the WwtH^gutcnbe entirely regulated, and afterwards to return to PotiSun, which 'tis thought-will be in a Fortnight or three W�ks� foitbeit. fsntr&fl.-zz. Orders, have been tent to the Officers of the ViQualunig-Omce at Breft, to hm all manner ol Provifions ready there againil the Month or January next, as iliajl be ncceflary to fit out afiMenoJ War. The Count de Clermont ",u,n'o buber irom the Army on the Rhine tee iSsh Initant,. a�l the Print*� Conti is expected this KigJit. We Irarn from Saaibutgh, tJat the Hufiuu wh� h^d retir'd into *Callle*e MfOMfaflit^iwe the lin^'oi the French, were at fafl obiigy ..^^fSftif bthe. .{prjiW ol Tingri, betrtg 400 in Nurnbcr, owoeHtod armed Pcatants, who \*ere -U madeTiihaen at war: Tu nojLknown tu yctwhmnt.thc Peafant* �ill be treated. *P xj- Wind JM. N. W. UBL.Mfy&fs Ships the ptptford^PembrJtc and Defuuce, remain ; with Kriflol, Salter, fqt St. Lucir; Du^nck Spencer, for Leghorn ; Barbaiy �^^I^S^fc farLifoon. Came down and fiil'd through, -SeJpbin, Baker, for New-England j Portmoie, SalilWy, the Speedwell, Haflewood, the John, Salkeld, and the Seven bjfters. Winter, for Seville ; Succefs, Watts, for Dublin; the ��:ren Galley. Wills, for Dunkirk ; Ann Sloop. Burroughs, wr Bermudas. Arm"d. Clarerulan,.Crawford, fitem Jamaica j "�don, S*y�g�, from Holland LONDON. Late (aft Night arriv'd a Mail fiem France, by which we ��, thatrbe Duke of Bitomo had landed, with part of his J�sop�. on the zyth of Auguft at CalafoUnto, between Tcr f^"41 *kuno� whctc hc ,net with *hc >�oA confiderableof hoiniuy aad the Senate of that City, who were there to "�WW tuns. -Roma the Imperial General, who, with tome ^ompanirs of Huffars, bad been in the Neighbourhood of -   WfcV    Vlll U   Willi 11U VJMlUMll   IMU/   Ull      I- ' as touu as the Spanbrds, apprar'd : The In- habitants or Medina were alib preparing to receive the Sp> Troops into their Ci'qr- Yelterday Meaning aa Exptrts arriv'd at Kenfinrrcti from Bnth, which brooght their Marjeflies Advice, that her Royal Highness the Prised* Amelia was in good Health, having found great Benefit by the Ufc of thofe Waters. Lftft Sunday the Rigat Hon. the Lord Vifcetmt I.cmfJate, LoroTSify Seal, irriv'd at his Hoofe in St. James's (quart from his Seat at Lowther-Hal! in WcAmorcland, and VeAcrday waited on their Majeftro^at Kenfington., YeJlerday Morning theJRrght Hon, the Coontefi of Burlington let out from Chitwick-Hoofe in the County of Middlesex for the Bath, to ufe thole Waters for the Recovery 6f her Health.    __________:.     ........._________________........... Mr. Jot Mcacbum it appointed Warehoufc-keeper to the Cuflom-houfej in the room of Mr Gull deCnw'd.     --------- We are aflui'd that a Chapter was not held at Kenfington on Sunday hR, for admitting the Lord BiOiopof Wmchdler as Prelate of the moil noble Order of the Garter, notwithlUndirg whit was memionM in toaae of Yefterday's Papers. On Tuefday the ill of October next two Months Wages in fix will be paid at the Pay Office in Broad-ftrect, to the Companies of his Maiefly's Ships the Pox, Saiiibury, Sharcham, Winchelica. and \VolfSk�p. ' On Saturday lad in the Afternoon one Henry Shnpfon, a private Ceminel in CoL Churchill's Company in the fecond Regiment of Foct-Guards, fell offa ScatTold three Stories high in Okt-ftreet-fqiiare. and died on the foot, Lail Wednesday died after a tedious Indifpofoion. at his Seat at Lerilhorp in LekeAerftirc, John Brown, of LincolnY Inn. E(q; a Gcntkman of the ltrictcit Honour and Integrity, a loving Hulb.-ind, and jender Father, greatly bctov'd, and lamented by all .who .had'the Plesiure of bis Acquaintance. - We hear tKA the Thomas and John, Capt. Smith, bound from Cork to Newfoundhad, was lately loft near that Place, That the Rote, Robert Law, bound from Barbadees to Liverpool, was loll the 30th of Auguft laA in RoflcBay in Ireland ; some part of the Cargo was iav'd, and but one Man drowned. And that the Johahnafa, Capt. Cnwtord, froth. Cadiz for Dublin, was alio toll on the Coaftol Ireland in the hue bad Weather. Brifid, Sift. 14. The Entry which oar Hoc. Recorder, JohnScrope, Efq; nudem this Chy laft Monday Evening, m order to hold the general Goal Delivery, exceeded; any other oh that Occamon thxe his ReoorderOiip,) the Gentlemen on Horseback, ajid inCnlcto, Chariots, &c,. were very nomeroots $ the Weavers and QMnbers. drefi'd in their cufto-mary Apparals, with Motick^He them, made the Cavalcade extend a'great lea^..jM^i||:|^4i|%ila Part of the Day. �       ^-W^ On Wedndday Motainf tJi* agnawirig Prifonen were brought on ihtix Trials at the GaUdWaH, vis. Thomas Ktfchtogman, a SfcnttlWan, Samuel Oiven, and" Thomas Badger, three CemirAUjgftjajging to Col. Montagu's 1 Regiment, lapjly tnOjuutmjhe^iwttcindiftcd tot murdenog Roger Baron^ who kept a wteJJKn near the Pithay Gate, by ftriking him on the left 6ide of the Head, andtbeTcby fraflnring his Skull, of which Woandhe died on the Spot, when Kitcfaingman was foundl guilty of the Murder, andQwem I andBadgWof MaailatrghteV. .1,.^  - Martha Morgan, jpr the. Mnrder of her Female Batia/d Child, by (liangungNt with,a tmall Cord, and throwing it into a Bog.Houfc, of which tne was fpund guilty. John Wdttotr, Mariner, fiir uttering two pxbuiflbry Noterj of Hand, one of whicli wjajl CoWtet&toftMotfmfor toL 1 drawn by a good Hand abroad, which he fajTcid off to a Mer= chant in this City, and waafisand guilty. The said Weftcott ptetends betook the original Nofein Payment for Goods foM to-aJPerlbn beyond Sea r but(gct|ing it copy'd, for fearof lofing the Qriginalf be unfortunately happen'd to give the Copy plead of the true Note.    . EdwardBock and James" Babet being found guilty of Theft, were order'J for Tmfportsxioa. Jcffery Skafe, a Boy eleven Years of Age, wa indicled for tJR:iwtfiiI.iinir tlwfliWr^ffltf Brilialhir.with iOsg. He in. form'dtuc Court, that be had that Day kill'd a hot Bitch, and fbme of the Blood- being ahoat him. was the Occasion of the Dog following htaa, and at laft dung to faft about his Waiil, as forcM him on the Ground. But on Accotint of biv Youih,^^tfcnS5urt thought iftt to (hew him Compamon, anat order'd hhn to be dhchar^d. The twu Perfons who traven'd their Tnu^mcDts for Sodomy the tall Aurzes, put tliemtisivrs on their Trials j and Burgefs, lately in Newgate for th^ a^ Crrme/tWlaViffrom the Hal tar by being ^nnucd an Eridcrxc againft the no*ed Caaroitc, uy'd a few Months fine* a| Taunton, and fn'cral others, was aUo Evidence againil thoie two PeHbns, and irvorc to tbe Ea�i j but it appearing to the. Court, that ButgeG otTcr'd to decline giving hr*, Evidence theVNigbt before for the tarn of two (�Ui-neat, andtheCouncil otSerwifc mvalidatinghis Evidence, they were acquitted. The other Pcrfbra relatmg to the like Affair, at the Three High Water at t^m-Bridp this Ony� *t $t Mkatft ^aftcr t in the Morning, and 9 aftct $ in th� JiWhmxm, By Ortkrof theHortdu*ftbkC^WitMlRdnert Ins Majefty;*s Cuftoms, &c. JTiV tbt Long>RMm at ti* Cupm-Hg OWi �>tJ Mtrcbtutdimt Ji*m Ltfi h !�� . tiff, that tbt H*lfYearlj MtUit^ & tbt fitiJSteitffJ# Chkt ' tf 0in3�t fit tbt ttm tnte^ wUlht UU by BtUtthf �l tbtir Offitt in (larttrkrtt, Cbtvf/Ufy tbit Dyibt i?^./�jNarV Jhm Mm i* tbt Mining till Sixia tbt Bvttoft Ami tittt tbt Jmd Gtmiml MnttiQ . bcinB �ht firtHiastof hhrtppctriat oaih��ifi� Miw )t. pqm****k**tt��tbt Stop �j. Pit u. Cm-it* nbMiaty tt   reruns'* efitt ibi WAJAtmU chod. iar.WaUat Oilrkk, Mr. OnpaMn 1 the two C'a^iliara. mTuvt^ an/ Mr. Maltarf, queen, m< Vl^s�^�is* ikJttr ^ -^mffttertaitmeflBof Dawiaa; fdhepn estOfr � d o'Oota. 1 UCUUCi fVMUlIC VkJ . . -       ,   -.----   .---, Tuns in Callle-Ditch (which has been to mucA the Talk of the Town) were alio acquitted, the Ev�dcrJC-�. varying in Mu Dcpoiitiom. The Trials ending Yeflerday, Thomas Kitchingjran, Martha Morgan, and John Wetlcott, teoeiv'd Stwenge of Death ^ but we bear the latter is this Morning repriev'd, Ycuerday Bank Smc|t was 140. for the Opening. India, 146. Scutd-Sca Trading Stock 81 1 half. Old Annuities 106 5 Sths, a 3 aths. Ditto New Annuities 10; 5 Btlis a 3 41 lb. Thrre per Cent. Annuity 94 1 half a 5. Million Bank io3 t half. African ao. York Buildings 3 1 4th. Royal A/finance 97 1 half. London AUunuKS 11 1 4th a 3 8tlu. New Bank Ciruuaticn 3I. 7s. 6J Prcm. South-SiaVBonds 3I. 1 a. Prcm. India ditto 3I. 17s. a i8s.Pran. Thm per Cent, ditto j\. 6s- Preoi. Engliih Copper il. 15s. WeUh ditto Books fhut.  Salt Tallies 3 per Cent. Prem. By Hit Majtflfi ^^an^ofCmtdima AT the Theatre Jloyal in Dairy -Xane�-�iiii Vty, teinj; che i>tli of stptcabtri *iJl to pnfiB�Mih� Trsgtov ol i>tl� C     A     T     O. ifritun bj tbt Utt j. Adoison; Efii'"~ oio, Mr /^rmt J"ht, Mr. W. Mifli; Semproaw*. Mr.Jiaii's' Syplut, Mr Cibbtr 1 PonitM, Mr. Mifwwdi Maisos, Ms.CtxasTl**' c..ii, Mi. Wmltp �; Deciui, Mr. rkwict; Mircf^ Mrs. Tfiiaaandl l^ottt; Mrr. porter. * To whlcb-^Dtihttdrt Bslfat >aK>r.�>W�d----................ Th* DEVI t "to "Tjfr': " r: ........."-~-!�J a. ,  .....----------------------�........ The  Wives  MjTAMORrtios'o^^ J^fca, Wr. Usrperi Nell, Mr�. elite, tie loan tovatnla, Mr. " " "rtTai*�*i'�f. faftffafTfc p,|T�t._ ___T To btnut tsaAljr ar iiv o* Cfoc|t. '""> ty Hi �t�|i�>'� C�*��i  die Keniilh Her j ar tb* fj�l jj;er, (hrceat <�o(4�a4 &SuT mi ihrccat   ir m renown'tl Kant, rjll nrrr ful rr)n r>w fSySwai ChauipM)�     TUm *i4H*tti Mtotditig to bis *�aj(ajC^   " fciiimisiic r.t rl>k-.-, >i4 �� HXt*r�n�mx�t �t fm ot**,CJ� cu'i^i-pUW'm sad loiieg a� u*a�l#     Z?~f* -"-----=--1 � APcrfon well quilify'd for any or M � Scrsitr, (ffitCt  foil Hu4, i kecptos aod Attjijip>� woO, u� �lti>      foo4 . Trsfcr above tweuty Year* t>Jib ttyo*t a*} at ing> wcrs vi'(tkf*b\c, |i� i� 0 >w 6>(f*>>A u> irtst or o;i��r#, �iwt� lototubl* T�rm>, cither ft* , E:^uin   l� F�i-.-r laws . at *,t id Ptowtr de Liw� c off, ^ccr-rtfttt; ur �t maker, in Newport (iicrc u> St. MarcutVlaar* Mv�r lift menu in tbii Paver of a moderate Length are taken in at Two Shilling! each.   

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