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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 26, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Tarts, September 29. I HE King's Army is order'd.to ccniinnc all (he Fpragc and ProviGons which can i bemtt with in the Plains of Weil, in order to prevent any Supplies being drawn thence by the Garnlons of Bn-fac and Friboorg.  The Enemy had a Body of 4D0 foot and 500 1 lorfe near Ettenheim, but they retir'd upon Notice that a Party of our Trcops were in march to a tuck them.   The Marihal frNMifltsrs gone with twelve Companies of Grenadier?, to tint the Foils-of Bibrach and Zall, to which Places the Count ^Saaehad been beforeiletach'd with 1000 Foot and four Gwpanks of Grenadiers.   Four Squadrons 01 the Gendarmery, last wready 'eft ,nf Army, 10 O"*"110 return into this Ring--iloa, and Jour others were to follow in a few Days ; the cx-mjjgg bad Condition their Horfes were in, procu'rM them ftowScn to quit the Field before the red oi the King's Houfe- feid Troops- � fke Princes of the Blood, and other Perfons of Quality, trio have been to make their Cam pa in, arrive here daily from tac Rhine. Oar next Letters are cxpecled to bring News of tjgacfctil Departure of the Hoirihold Troops. '1 hey write fton the Army, that moil of their Sick, which have been wry numerous, are now recovcr'd, and that the Count de Saxe boat at the Head of a Detachment fent againlt the Imperial Haft's receiv'd a Blow of a Sword upon his Head, which would have been certainly cleft thereby, but fot the Steel Head-Piece he wore under his Hat. The Count kilFd with & own Hand the Officer that commanded the Body of Huf-tjn, who thereupon fled with all poflible-Precipitation.. Dtelt Sept. 24. Wind N. by W. Now in the Downs, DeptlonJ, Pembroke and Defiance Men of War; Brifiol, Salter, for StjLucar) Ducane, Spencer, for Leghorn ; Barbery Fafior. Quick, for Liibon i Beaver, Smith, for New-EagUnd i Recovery, Laws, for Jamaica ; Sally, Prcfwick, taT^irpatch, Lee, for Seville; Doriet^ Oliver, for 'South-Canltna j Minor, Grumer, for Arundel; Ilabclla, Carter, tar Genoa ;, Recovery, Triftan, for Southampton ; Catherine, Dnrfoo* for Portunooth; Speedwell, Davis, for Pennlyl-vana; Good-Intent, Read, the John's Good-Will, Milford, tie Dolphin, Raven*, and the Hannah, Kilparrick, all for . Cadiz; Gilbert and Coventry, Tiddeman, for Barcelona; Friciktfbip, Combes, for Arundel, pot hack. Arriv'd, Dorothy and Mary, Butler, and Jofeph, Taylor, fronTCadiz ; nrkiburv, Long, and John and Jane, Barker, from Seville ; Wuhtrn and James, King, from Barbadoes; Happy Gilbert, ?at�, from South-Carolina ;"� � , Stephens, from New-Yak j Dolphin, Gale, from Leghorn.' _~\ L O N  D O N. Yefterday his Royal HighncG the Poke, and feveral Perfons �f Qwdiry, banted a Stag on Hounflow-Hcatb, which after aCkafeof three Hoars, was kilFd. near Harrow on the'Hill. His Htghnefs the Duke Jell with his" Horfe in a Bog, near tbc Pcwlfx-nullorrHottnuW-Heatb, but receiv'd. noHurt: at the fate Tone feveral Noblemen were mired near the fame _.ftaov _ Ha Excellency the Baron de Borck, the King of Pruflia's Idkiftcr at thb Court, had not Yefterday any certain .Advice with relation to that Prince, fo that the Report of hit Death is aotognfirnVd; bat all the laft Letters from Berlin agree in the dusxroos Situation of his ProfEan Majefty's Health. - -  Order**re daily expedetHor making the neceflary Prepara nccs tor the Return of her Royal Highnefc the Princefs of Orange to HolLnd, and for the Removal of the Court to Rich tend after his Majdly's Coronation Day. Thar Majtflieswill remove to St. James's on Monday the . 28th of next Month, in order to celebrate the King's Birth-Dtf the Wednciday following with great Splendor. __They write from the Hague,' that the new Buildings in addition in the Palace belonging to the Prince of Orange near that Mace; calTd the Honk in the Wood, are carrying on -�ith great Vigour: They are plac'd as Wings to the otdHouic, " and contain near 100 Rooms. "Their Roval and Serene Highnefles will make their principal;Refidence at the late King WilUamVPalace at Loo, tiU �heHn�fc in the Wood is ready lor their Reception. "-Her Royal Highneis advances happily in her Pregnancy. _|� William Strickland, Ban. Secretary at War, is-geUps'd,  ^**3En0ufly " ha Houfc at Tborp in Surry, He *� attended by 1* vera! ~ Phyficiaju, and thought in great La* Week the Right Hon. the Lord AuguiTus Fi�-Roy, wood Son. to his Grace the Duke of Grafton, arriv'd at ---wfinoath fr3m-New=York, with bis Lady, Daughter of his EtrriWatr - Governor Colby, Licutenant-Gpveinor of the LscnrdlOands. Ltft Tacflay the new Bimopof Wincheftcr, being intredue'd ' his Grace the Duke of NewcUlle, paid Homage to the 'S'^pwhis lateTranflarion from the See of Salilhury ; and .^^w�h^ hb Lordlhip will be con&rm'd at Bow-Church in .Tie fame Day the Lord Charles Flay, Brother to the ***"la�� of Tweedale, arriv'd in Town from the Imperial Army on the Rhine, where he had fcrv'd during thcCampain u "Volunteer under Prince Eugene. . t�H�l Mr. Walpole, youngeft Son to Sir Robert Walpole, �* been daBgeroufly ill of * Fever at Eton School, but by the **Wof Dr. Broxhohn-is now 00 the mending hand. rhe Right Hon. the Lady Walpole ha� refided for feveral "�J� wnh the Earl of Ckjlnwooely's Sifters, at his Lordftup"* ^Panaciu in Wuadfor-Caftle, in order to be near at hand to �uu her Son daring hk lUacii. Sir Edward Bellamy, whofc Ekclion for Lord Mayor comes on wSuarday next, having been at Bath for the Recovery of ��*W>,lus reoa/d great Benefit by the life of the Waters, *��*d*dye*peded in i own. , 8�*?r Farintlli, a famous Singer, is arriv'd here from ctoa to pwfwm in we Operas the enfuing I aft TueOay wa? held a Board of'Admiralty; when their Lotcftiip* were plcaj'd to appoint Lieutenant Knight, of the Pearl 4\ran of W at, to be Captain of the Deal-Calllc, in the room of Capt^ Shorting, deceas'd.      r , L�ft Tuelday the Right Hon. the Lords Commiffioners of the Treafuty were plcafcd to appoint Mr. Atkinfon to be Land-waiter in the Port of NewcalUc On Wednerday bft Week the Ladv of Major Wade, and Daughter of William Weft, of Buckinghamfhire, Efip ,w�f 6fely deliver'd of a Son and Heir, at the Major's Seat at Wal-foken in Norfolk. 7 The new Races began on Wednefilay laft Week on Eghanv Mead near Old Windtot, when three Horfes darted for the a 5 I. .Plate, which was won by a grey Horfe of the Eailof Pott-mote's. - . .. On Tuefday the Gentlemen belonging' to the Lumber-Troop admitted Mr. Hart*ell, a Goldfmith, m'f be one of their Troc^, on account of hii fuvmg preicaicd them with a Silver Badge for their Waterman. Ycltcrday was brought to the Cuftom-houfe 5 C. wi. of Tea, and a large Quantity of Brandy and Rum, lately fcizM by the Cullom-houfcTOIrtcers near Gravcfcnd. / On-Tuefday died at the Infirmary at Hyde-Paik-Corner, John-Corley, late Drawer at the George Tavern at Charing-' Crofs who about ten Days ago was fuppos'd to have been, flung out a Window two Stories high. We hear that he decjar'd on his Death-Bed, that he was violently fore'd out of the Window by two Men and a Woman 1 and accordingly on Monday laft; the Mailer of the faid Tavern was examin'd -litiG!y concerning the Faft ; and Yefterday Morning Jane Price, the Cook, was committed to the Gatc-houfc by two of b� Majefty't Juftices of the Peace, cnaftrong Sufpictoo 'of being one of the Parties concern'd. On Monday laft the Governors of the Hofpital near Hyde-| Park-Comer, waited upon his Royal Highneis the Prince of Wales at Kenfington, to ddire his Royal Highneis to accept of being Prefidcnt of thair Hofpital, and to name one or more V'ice-Prefidentswhen his Royal Highnefs was gractoufly pleas'd to accept the fame, and expreffing hb great Approbation of that Charity, nominated the Right Hon. the Lord High Chancellor' of Great Britain to be Vice-PreCdcnt. At the fame time the Rev. Mr. Trebeck, Rcdlor of St. George Hanoover-fquare, had the Honour to prefent to his Royal Highneis the Book he lately rjuhltuVd to recommend the laid Charity, and his Royal Hrghncfi was pleas'd to thank htm for the fame. On Tuefday Night, between Nine and Ten o'clock, a young Lady was robb'd in a Hackney Coach by two Foot-Pads in Tyburn. Road, who7 notwithftanding they were feen by feveral People, made off towards the Fields. a Edinburgh, Srft. 19. Yefterday died the Rev. Mr/Thpmu Sinclair, Miniftcr of the Gofpel at Whittingham. Thb Day Mr. William Kejr Baxter was chofen Deacon Convccner of the Trades of this City for the enfuing Year.' ~ '    ' - Dublin, Stft. 17. Bjf Letters from Lowtb, we have an Account of the Death of the Ret. Mr. Peter Jackfon, Miniftcr of that Parifh, who fell from his Horfe andfra&ur'd his Skull. The Rev. Dr. Jackfon is arriv'd here from England, who, it is laid, will fucceed the Rev. Dean f erctvak dectas'd, fa the ParifliofSt. Michan's. .......     1'     _  ~ Yefterday BanhSnxk wat 140, for the Opening. India 146, a 45. South-Sea Trading Stock 81 14th. Old Annuities to6, for the Opening. Ditto New Annuities 10c. Three per Cent. Annuity 94. MOlion Bank 108 1 half! African zo. York Buildings 3 1 4th, �1 half. Royal Affurance 9S. London Afluranea 1 z 3 8th*. New Bank Circulation il. 21. 6d. Prem. South-Sea Bonds31.1 is. a 1 as. Prem. India ditto si. 15s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto al. as. Prem. Englim Copper il. 15s. WcMidU^ Books (hut. Silt Tallies z 1 4th, a 1 half per Cent: Prem. "   ^       Geneva, Sept. 24, 1734, N SAli 'T'HE famous Englijb Occulsjl Mr. Taylor\ * arrvtfd btrl tl* 2ld of A*g$ fa firm lit Glut ft of bit Progrtfi from Greet Britain tbrwgb Irtlahd, Fntnfft"aiiJji>ve-rai Plaxii in JtaJn a grtat many Letters bad been fent here fremtbe neighbouring frevintti before bis Arrival, and bad bifmemimseed tbrtugb each Provbstt-Br^fafsel, written not only "In tbe Pbyfieians, and tbaft iiAt art relatedJb, that Pnfeffion, but atjo by Gentltmtn-mndQuality, ixberein Mr, Taylor bad been recommended by their federal Qsrrefytndenti, in tbe Jirengejl Terms tbat could fojjiblj be wrote in bit Favour j blfomucb that he bad been generally regarded as T Prodigy, from Its Manner of removing tbe Difeeders ef Lightf met only fiomjbejtjnaxing Suecefs and Number off/it OferatUia, intaljo from The furfrifiiigOeli-cacyjuitb ivbiefcJbe jfrforms tbu�, Tbe Dai after bis Arrival in ibis Place, be waj frefented tf my Lord Euftae, tldeft Son It bis Grace the Duie ef Gra/hn.to bis Highnefs the Prim of Hejfe, "with inborn be bad the Tfamer to Dine. Tbenesu Day bis Higbntfs71witb my Lord En/in, mndesn infinite Number of Spectators, iKcrep-eJentafa great many of bit Operations j and tbe fame Evening bis Highnefs, my Lord~EuJltn, and a great Plumber oj Gentlemen, Pbyjictani, and ethers, affmbled la be preftnt at a Leiiurt Mr. Taylor g0Ve on tbe Beauty of the Eye 1 on ivhicb Octa&n be Hffetled many Eyes, after a Manner in-tirtly h'cvj and curious. The zxd tf December next is the Day fix'd far Mr. Taylor's Arrival at Rome, in tfr Courfr of bis Prcgrefs. _\_ york-BuildingSrHoufc, 20 Sept. 1734. THHE  Governor and Court of Jfftftantt of *�    the York Buildings Company do hereby give Notice, Tbat a I General Court of the faid Company u.ill Be held at their lloufe I in If'inchejUr peet tn If'fdnejday the id of OQtber next, at I Eleven e'Clsii tn the ftrenam, according to the A3 of Parliament fir intorfnaung the Company, and t� eleii a Governor and fix Jffijlants for tbe fear enfuing. N. B. Printed Lift of tie Prvpriettri -will be ready tt It deli-verdat the Ojfue on WeJnt/dmy tit z$tb Infant. High Water at Londjen-Bridge this Day, at Jt Mjrwte* after  in the Morning, and at jo at Night. York Buildings HouieJT \   *>      -        �oS P**7, tt* General Cemrt btU tit W� /)* tf'Junt hjt,dirtStd'andimpenvtr'dtbeOmttf 4/tjtdm)* of tire /aid Ctmfanf to meet ntry tfednefJar, It htm* n\m o\im   , Committee tt he apfcintcdhj the Creditors, tn +dtrj* *{tmmMd+t* and give ttem SatiifetSitn Jer their Debts t Jtnet   vidtdi etnd ftnnf&d-T&bt^^ Pnrptji, ffrtttm � | true etnd Jingle RtfctHtn, art made and fold by Jtmttkam$jSnH Mathematical- Inftmment-Maker tt bit RnnlHigbnifittt Print*  : ofWetWi, at tbt Comer of BtanferdsJnitdingi, ttnti Jtfefk Jatkfin, Mathematical Injlmment-Mnktr, in Jsn^Cm* As Surry-Street in the Strand, and by John Gilbert* M*tbmatim~7 Infirumtnt-Maker, in Pojtern-Rtfw on Tower-HM. Tbt Dejcriplion of the /aid Qoadremts, �t/A DirtOkmfir their U/e, is give* with them, and it fold by A. Km aid* RoietlExchange Gate.  Prkttijt-pemt. ..___________ -W. B. Tbe faid 'Quadrants, enritnfij divided and fir&d tf Jonathan SiJJon, ate ettfi to be bad ofMrfi Mm* and Pag* m Tmvtr-bill, etnd of Mr. Matthews at tbt Bnmb of Graftij* Ltadenball- Market. C A L A I S," 't, THE Catherine Sloop, John * aatboar, MalTer, Uliem rmtinr mat, �r4 00m Its* at HoiUrd'mrt-ClMM tarafcaks^ Goo4� aiid Panwrew. The Marler mty bt (bate with 00 the Duuh Walk at Bubm* Tiaae 1 the AmUttdom C'trVehonfi^ be tf tlttJusiXyaaaaw Sun, both io *�ri(hio*��||�y ntte An Moral Wtm . chtngc ;and c( Miih *\ BUad'i acarTowrr-Aoafc* John Twyman for tbe MafUr. By tbe Company of Comedians, AT tbc New Theatre in GoodmanVFiekJav ** �hii D*y, th� �rfib lafiani, will bt prtftotcd a Cemrndg, -X BOLD STROKE for ~& WIFE. To which will bo        it*-fait BMrrtainaacse, Ulf*- B R I T-Jt N NIA ;~ o *, The    Royal    hj> y t %t Brtisoni*. M�*-,Ch�mlwi| Oerm�whk��, �r�& Joecs: Cnfni, a|ifi-_ Id w)i Robert', heina the �d nsne ol lier �i>OMriiitoo iM5>��c. literrwtltbe iouo 3uiiaie Ixttluit,rtti**^ HARLEQUIN in the Cirtr: A Wonder,  Colombine turtfd Elephant. - Culuinhif" by mm. Rotcrt. � Mr. h���4 t4 Uidonsr, Mr. TOpbaa} Ytoaua* wife. mmTh�? Mr. Hs'hto, M'. Jenkins, ami Mr. Morris ; umkte Wuouui UrtLZ' Mt. tXucjcJsHttso, Mr. Korea and tit. Atett. s*�ir
                            

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