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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 19, 1834, London, Middlesex                                |HE ElcClor of Saxon/ has *�itarn *�-| the Palatin of Lublin, to q^r htm to quit the Party of King S but he aniwer'd, that the Oath he took in the jjeoeral Dies of Convo-cation, did not permit him to acknowledge a Foreigner as King t and that even if Stanillaut ihould renounce the _ Crown, he could not, without being \ ' . guilty of Perjury, fubmitto any ether gownagn than one freely elected by trie whole Body of Nobility. Advices from Peterlburg bring, that the Ambafladon wbkh the late Czar Peter I. km to the Great Mogul, were bjdy rtturn'd from the Court of that Prince, with whom they -had concluded a Treaty'of Commerce, and who' had ended tbtn to be efcorted as far as the Defett of Grand Tartar/. Letters fiom Stockholm we learn, that the Hacveit. in Raima' not having been very plentiful this Year, the King of rn'**"^r^*rvtnfrom tap Com into that Province. 1 he fame Letters lay. tnaT twoShips which the Ealt-India Company has eouipp'datGot-temburg to fend to China, will immediately fct Uit. ' IfefSs, Stfl. z The Count de Charny, Lieutenant Gc-Atril of the Kingdom, has recciv'd Advice, by a Courier lent to biro from Leghorn, that the Counted his Spook died there .' tie *8th of lall Month. MtJriJ, Stptmbir 7. The King of Naples has fait to the Sing by Don John Baptifte de Gages, Matjhal ol the Camp, whom he difpateb'd to his Majefty with the News of the ra* king of Gatta, ten of the Colours of the Battalions that gani-Jmw that Place. They write from Lifbon, that the celebrated Mooallry of Incarnation, belonging to the Benedictine Nuns cI the Congregation o( Avis, was, amongU fcveral other Editors, confum'd by the Fire that happca'd there on the 10th ef lalt Month in the hew Street of Almada, and that fcveral Houfo near the Church of PuaiK) were entirely rcducd to ^fymtrAtpt. 11. The Cardinal Cienfurgos has pray'd the Baptrar, that be.may no longer be charged with the Manage-.^jaentof the Affairs of the Court of Vienna; but a Report apts, that his Imperial Majetty not being willing to con-ply therewith, has nominated this Cardinal to a Bifljoprick m Hangary, vacant by the Death of the late Cardinal d!Althaiy the Revenue of which is much more confuterable than that which he pofleiTes in Sicily. fimihf Camp of OjtnltMg, Stft. 17.  It** reported, that * the Duke of Vv irtcmourg Will advance with a cemfiderabic Body of Troops to cover his Country, and it's said chat he has laid is a great Quantity of Forage and Flower.       ...  - �~^2mtttJimm^Si.^J^x^u& Advice front Naples fcy. that the joth ot lift Month rHTKncc de Palagc^u, attbe they afttrwsrds?i aaaVd Dr. MayaanS so at AeDyaek. aasfsn^SwaaAtetBrnAdfjoKeatiisMMto j*^* Rcpd BaIa�c6 the Prince of Wales, who din'd at OnMcmimfkAtkt faaawa fiat* Georeie wear to Eaton-College, and wane swoeaVd by Dr. George,'Jh. fentaaQ, and tic rest of the Fclkwrsaaefata the/ went ism the School RoOn aaaoag the ScaValaex shoe Ttano Caachi begg'd them Ildaday. aVfcaeg k avagfct be adKotbe Doctor thooght feada cao�d agmml Ham in the School < a the foetal Apartments ia the College, and to Wkcre they were very ldsdry ra- teeathe Royal Apartmeats there, bed. aetata: tbe Prebends prefcnt the Mrcbo from the Dean Their      to Hzsapeon-Coort the next Day, aaaartanrats ^-i^'d k the Gwdeni, where was a great Ccnaaadeof rotateto ice them. YcHrrday heU a Seta*, of the ton at the Old Baily, aexordiag to fl ifjuinaniM i. wheat Roger Arjkold, 16k Bur-ridge, and Sanhi Peorisnclor, the three PeriotatakTn upon Sofpsaora of bdagcoaanaard fraa* Joseph JJknebthe Conk) "j ffp?%#g.thfjfTg Mr.,!Cwtflwi, and faring Fir^tohtt JJoafc, afpr"'d at (he Bar ia order to take their Trials* WI the Cbort karicg leaton cohenese that Jofeph Diener � to aJSiie. Tht-Countof the Dcfite they had to receive the Troops of the ; Kiogof Naples, and that they were ready to open him the Giiaaf the City as fooh as the Prince dc LobkowikZ fliooklbe ablig'd to withdraw into the Citadel. 2*4      17.  Wind S.S. E.  TbefhiaeMeaaf'War, and the oatward-boundr IliU remain i alio, Briflot, Sialter. ibr St, Lucar \ Recovery, Lam, for Jamaica; Happy Jcanct, Hutchlns, for Cadiz,  Arriv'd, Prince Frigate, Towcu, bum J^iaica. ....... -       L ON Dp N. ..... By Leners from Paris we learn, that Count Kcnigftgg barring jlfitach'd three thouUnd Men by Night to ptds the SccdJa, whete the Water was fo much dry'd up that the Foot might walkover with great Eafe, with Dcfign touuiuizetac^/Ottog Afvmal de Cotgni in bis Quarters, tne Project facctcded to well, that the French who guarded the Klatflul. being upwards of two Regiments, were all cither kill'J or nude Pri-*fcne� 1 the Marihnl'a Nephew b awoug the latter, hiouelf .htving made hb Efcape in hb Shirt. The Germans rantack'd the French Quarters, and carried off  Booty, which 'tis thought wrll coropenate for all the Hard-ftiipj they have hithrrto i'uilain'd tor l^ut ot Money and Pro-vihonsi for 'tis (aid, that bcfidrt the 'liaifluTs and orher OrE-xwn rich Equipages, the Miliury Chert fell alio into tfreir fundt, wjtl> which they returndSingiog U P  1be Cmpmy**fCmedian%     : j~ tTieT'New Theatre in GoodmanVi^Mk Tomorfow, the aoth Ifctt. will be pafcmsa aftafafy^ tsiri J U L 1 us   c m $ A /Tub tli Dutth / Buvttus �W CMtlfc*. JatMsCarlhr, M�. Hmaly \ OrWot csrftr. Mr. Rofso { L it-oy, Mr,Ciff�N; MM��,Mr.Dclii� 1 CafiM, Mr.HaMM m. w. o.ffsid Tnhoetu*, Mr. n��� �^ktofterOifftt*v�oothftr^if, Mr. phumia, Mr*. Hsoghtont Portia. Mn.Rabtrui Cilia**, ... ktthoun, Mr. Lyon, Mr. W*h�ritt, Mr. Monkb, Ut. Hmk Aft II. Sioglruj hi Iialtaa byMrs. Chamhtrt. ." Aft IV. a loo| by MrtChsmbtrs . Aft V. Aae� l>aftor�l bf MonC VaUowaN Mtm MlMK Btxtt jr. B*nt**Ul*kmktmtkStqtt4ti Pit sr. wwi|f$ To begin exacllv at Six o'Cwek, tit Mmuf h it muru** �/l�r lb* Curtate is �> inCfwltrkS^ap-Shofio^�.'r��r. Mr. n%aifarf| dodics alias Ooh Uiimalb J� 'tW. at Hah wiiro, uttfSmL mini Carlos, Mr. WuIWi ADtDahk>^4K Millara | Ct�r|aa�f4iV tiatl i Don Uu.rt, Mr. flyaiw tXxt Manutrr.Mr.HaM | Oa Mr. Hoafhrmi; Saaehu, wTlitMl} Blvlta, m>*. ItaDaaa4 Mr*, flultotk i Angelina, Mift Wife i Hottoria, M�>" To whieh*Ulbe.alW a BalladOpr�,� The    L O T Tfe R Y. ^ Jtilc Srocks. alias lord Late, Mr. t^apmtnTChrofLalilHLl Late, MU'�Nor(a� lovemore, Mr.StoppeUer | Mr.ltotha, Mr. 1 With Enm*iumt*ti tfDtmits^fmtkdtltk ' The Scot* Dante bf Mr. Olqver, hlr. LWafara* tad atrsv AoiwaiehiBStia Maajw hf Mr.UlM tad "^ntlfajij 3� Ajia t*u8fy at $^ir iCktk.  .   . HtghWi Isj thii Day. at $8 Minute* ler 4 ia the Afternoon. s 40. for the Stock 8r 1 India ildAnnu- 105 1 half. Thr�� -  " 108 1 half. SakTaBacs} ;. a 1 atk Miaoa Baak 108 1 ~      1 at*, a t half. Royal Aflu Ta^Khfc N�w^�^4 Tasat per Cent, ditto xl. 5s. it 15a. Waba data Books Quit. By Order of dtcHoawnrabk^ lib Majffty^CufttMm, ^fcc. TSr tb* L**g Rsom *4xO>�*m-Houfc, London, *  gtr, mmi Cat**, in Ttmi. TlrCudi a aVaaaaV MJF&m'jJb tin JJyu tit Ttm -^-^--'-' ciltJ, 0MJ'fo<^f'*&^i&!B*i*r&'�* Perpft, giving a time and saJ^tpJt^anSrjfa, Jk&ggcBfot** ht�*wMu*!-3!#lcr tt Hi RaplUfgbm/i tin trimct tf WmSa,  ilMk��bs Monf.lt Iran |Cobaa�ian MilsJUos.LmmoM^AmfmjmtM^ttt banmmth,u,. �nro -, VaaUnn. Mf.ftlliafrMf. i�air>aar| Mr i^tw|W)f|itfi| Boxes c, s. Pit js. GaUery-a*. UpfstrOalkry f a. s, bit Mj)ilti'iC*mm*uiM ftrf-t tt mt sdmltti* m  I* tahvn ac iht Wido�r Cook'* in tl* rUyaObA l^aaaa. -------   T�b�Bi� etaftly ai lis o'Cloefc. And on Saturday (by parfttoUr l-efir.) will he prnfeMadlhe Tra-aady of CATU, with aUwiiinraaaii as will tanprgtt'dUOatJJBa .oa. that PayL____,___________________________:------------:---:-- NsShe is hereby given, thai LEET-DITCH is now fuffidently filled sc. 11* tVtijKec ao tmihmutc XiamuMjti tu�ca by (t.eU�4lcr-^k^o.- ea� U4�i�.; i.clllir U �ay led �i i Urtooi �h�i(4x�cr fr-eflsaaie *� Bftau ^> iW -ay n� .1 tubbifli imu ih� f.w SJtii. �.-.iJe   Jtm t-tum *Jk tfct U.^�u�t>i-i wl die Uid Work, &>�r* winm. *-> �aT.n*urf: mJU fcc sued aa*t ytAtmxA at La* i^f Ikis^ao cue    j �^tb� d�$�. Jar 4l* Imntabmmt if TOMO CHACHf.' Jft*W�, rtj if lUWiaut. - ArtisMajcftyV^car- Garden in Hocklef id the Hole, Tomorrow* tbezotb fa/lant, WILL be performM a Trial of Skillfe (ecu the (�o gnat Mattonof P^f.Ma, frt - Jorira Johns o.i�, from Vtri/hkt, And Francis S u a a l o c w, frm PhUm, e�io� xht two choftn Mailer* fur tha Mowing RaMnaiaoMatt eSa. Toiw D�'U[i �i Siof k Sword, thru at %*ot4 tai Datacr.' (Km^I iwwrd und Butkler. ajad ihre* at Quuiet ti*9', -vw^, vmm mm Alio ac t>>c panwular Rwjoefl ol the abonfatd Kioa aad 0�a*av therel� to be the Direrflon of Bull and Bear bakief, fci theaaoMM. eicHui Maiuwr thai *M�ver fesn. these bcual tbiae of tha rJ^LBT three of ths m?ll lurpriling Eeari, and liitwiU tttiris-lM nTSm fieiuil Bull and B��r Dog* that fiflfjUnd ean praaW. N. B. Atrtodaucf will be aston *t Two, aad iba Ms4r�awaatae llitco ptctifely, by reafoa rhe Katanainnwot will b� �t(> *mm_  CudgeUplayint and Boaiof a* uiaal. ddvvujtvurti ut Ibis Pj^r if 0 mmSirmt Ln&b art taken in at Two SbWnV iatb.   

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