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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 30, 1834, London, Middlesex                                tar laft arriv'd the Maits from Frdnce *** Md Holland. � Hague* 08ober% 5. " |E r*veevery Dafrtew Accounts of the Battle of Loam, and find tncmdrffer | is they an handed hither from France, or Countries in the Imperial Intcrclt. Thin they write from Paris,  That * Count Konigtegg having Intelligence  that 12 Men had been dctach'd trom * every Company in the Army of the ' Allies to fetch io Forage, Fafrinesor  other Neceflaries, took that Oppor-� toot* to fixd the Seechia and furpriw the Marftul de Brog-*bf} that, the Imperial Tjoops-pour'd over in fuch Torrent*,  W the King 01 Sardinia, as .well as the French Generals, A thngt* only to bvc their Men and Artillery ; that by their Iftoluttthey mcceeded in both, lafingonly about 1500 Men ffcardor taken Prjfoners, part of whom dtfonded therofelvts 7  Hoars in a Convent, till their Ammunition was intircly fpent. t The Affied Gcncsak bad dctermin'd to come to a general > IhyV �fth the ImpeHalilb; but finding tbem precipitately *&K# eo the lame Thing, the French Generals thought it  btt W make Choke of their Ground and expect than there, a Accordingly co tee 19th ult. iu the Morning the Enemy  bean the Attack with great Bravery, and (bitted the Vigour  of the Action from Centre to each Wing, to try if poluble  Is penetrate the allied Troop* ; but thefe oppos'd them every  herewith fuch an obflinatc Refinance, that from three in tk Afternoon they began to retreat, and within two Hours above xoo Waggon lull of wounded,Perfoos.  At ~   ty dreWoffTleavingabout000 woundedin the boats    _  ^  Tne linpenaluts * gad *�*�'*"� Mile, by a Detachment) that of the Allies between 6 and 7006. ' behind, them 10 Pieces of Ordnance They were purfu'd about two ___# Carabineers and Dragoons, but vkhoflt'any confak-ranie Loft,  The Allies lay that Night  aear the Field ot Battle, and before Day-light the next  Moramg went in Piirfuit of the Entroy, who neverthcls|�  atane a teJcsaUe Retreat. They retit'd at firft only, to Lt>  zara, �hkh gsve great Expectations o* a fccofld Battle s. but -'the neat Day-they withdrew to the Banks of the Pq, over-  agataft Burgcfoite, where tbey began to entrench thcinielves,  tad have thrown a Bridge cro& the River to open a Commu-1  ekaoon with the Seraglio. *Tis unpoflible to cxpre& fuffi-  cieady the Condoa and Gallantry of the King of Sardinia, 'whs rode from Line to Line encouraging the Troops: The  Carabineers did Wonders both on Foot and Horfeback; in  ibwt, every hlaa, from the General to the private Soldier,  htaaVd in fitch a manner that nothing more could be wifh'd  from then thin what they executed. The four Imperial ~* Generals which woe lcftm the Spot are (aid to be -Prince  Ua* of WilMWhirg, whose Bracket- Ptince Frederick is  dead of a Fever at the Army on the Rhine, a Prince of.  Saxe-Gotba and OwntCblmerino fliin, and Count Wach-  tendcoc dangerouflv wounded.' Ob the other hand, 'tuadvned from Vienna, * That Count  PaK was arriv'd there from lady with the agreeable News,  Const Kooigiegg has palVd the Seechia, and after a � s^ftcfilriotT, ohugfdthe Enemy so abandon their Camp, Leith for Hsvre tk Grace. C�tne down and fiuTd, Friend* (hip, Cobb, for St. Lueftr � Concord; Doraferd. and PiinCe William, Vancolkn, for Cadi* \ Kmprtft Anne, Ketridge, *r Brirtoh Elisabeth and Mary? Thomtoo, for St. Ubesj Restoration, Majoram, for Barcelona t WiltJhire, Adams, for Leg. horn. ArrivM, Anne, /Ifkclt. and --, Gardiner, from Cadiz ; Harley Frigate, Harley, from Port-Mabon t Levant, Gayiard from Genoa. ,      .    ~ LONDON. _ Some Letters from Paris pretend to intimate, that the Germans having abahdon'd the Countries of Mirandola and Concordia, have retir'd beyond the PtV'and burnt their Bridge Over that River: that their real Lofs in the late Actions amount to no more than 6000 Men kuTd, and 2600 taken Pnfoners, and that the Allies loft 1000 Men, among whom was a. great Number of Officers of DittinAioo. 'Tis added, that his mo>l Chriftian Majerty has been pteas'd to order 100000 Crowns-tH be diftributed among the Officers who loll their Equipages; when Count Koniglcgg furpriz'd the Marfhal de BrogUo's Quarters, and at the lame time Tent Inftruclions to Mutual Coignt, to inform him of the Number of Officers who had been kill'd in the Surprite, as well as at the Battle, in order to fettle Penfkms upon their Widows and Children. The Princefs, fourth Daughter of their Prufllan MajeAiet, and Niece to the King our Sovereign, is to beuottly married to the Prince of Brano�oourg-Scwedt. Lart Saturday Night a MelTengtr arriv'd at Baron HartotTs, hii M�jefty's Principal Secretary of State for Hanover, with Advice, that the King of Pnlflis, who had been dangerooHy ill, was hop'd in a fair way of Recovery.       . _  1 On Saturday their Majefties, the Princcls of Orange, and the reft of the Royal Family, hunted a Stag, which being turtt'd out upon Hounllow Heath, afforded very good Sport tor near 3 Hours, and after Croiluig the Thames twice, ran to Sonet, The Number ot their dead and wounded is+ where their Majeftiesquiued the Chace, and order'd his Life to be ipared^ and about Three o'clock retumM to Kenfington. Vefterday Baron Woritnar, whir lately arriv'd here with, a Private Commiflion Irom the Emperor, was intmdae'd to their -V Lr-_r.__.__r-____.1.- r�..i___C KI^.^.U). Creek They *vre foBy 6ti.f>y with the lUoftaW gNtl them by the Klagntratts here; and inymf d�pasxh>a tntk Bu�ne&, are set ont 00 dketr is tarn hosnt.. -~ All the People ate In Health. aM we h�M had i |Mtl |eafcm. _      _      .  .. - �� -^V; - %      '   & A N K R UP, TS.   ^ Peter Hodfea. of Rkh-ooed. m the County of Stfrty. VdaV ner, VilbjaUer, and Chapman. Richard Boycott, of W�lli�gfcrd, in tht Co**? cf Diililler and Uupaua. High Wm* at London-Brtdgo this Day. m 59 �fire tz In the Morciog, and ae after t wthoAftarntsnX si Saturday Bank Stock tan ii^snrWOpensnf. taalttAC. Soirt^e. Tratling Stotk Si. OU AmmkkTiOf,. m Jst Opening. Ditto New Aaauaitka 104 J 4ths. TfeaM' p* Cent. Annuity oa, 1 4th. Million Bank toS I Intt . so. York BoiUmgs 3 3 ^ths. Royal An^attoroS. don Afiuraaos 12 3 SxL New Banlt Otoslackm tt'J* 6cL a cs. Prem. Soi^ So Bonds 3I. iis-Pnav Indb Jka* 3l.t7s.Prem. Three oct- Cent.iskto at cs. Presn. Bnfjsnn Coppet iLsS*. W*Uh d�o BookstW SnkTaltnnIf 1 half per Cent. Prem. ^ Charitable - Corporation - Houfc, Sjffittg-Garden, 13 Auguft, 1734. THE Court of Cemmittte tf Ibi/aid Corp**-*   ttnjiti Nttkt, ttttttti wlluJmmi �* okmdPctra^ wfaotsencamp,d a League and a half from rjfaljbjnfc, having demanded a, Rcinrorccment to prevent their iwpatwg into the.Black ForeJl,' all UwMiOiiaaf the Coun- tiy aieorowdw joinhnn. ------------- . "The ils^dclenc Eifl Irm Man am^ SStholt. soar others are expefled daily. JW��, ftp. 6. Tbey write from Sicily, ghat the Conqueft ***** Kingdom goes on with amazing Suocc^i From GuaiUl-donag the late AOioo, a Party of the Allies carry'd �fr��tjader the �cry Walls of Mantua 600 Waggons, laden Foray foe the Imperial Army.' From the Camp at Of-that a Party ot Imperial Grenadiers has been lately ~~*T^ �T 100 Hitnars, to intercept whom tbey were iciit, **nthat Ponce Eugene is cbbg'd tafeni 1 j Leagues for his CTheWant of Water at VcrtaiUeahavingoccafion'd Fevers *her Di&empers there, the Machiae of Marly, which P�en aegkaed fince rhc Death of Lewis le Grand, is to be |�mtandyia Order. D'^'S't* *7- Wind W. by S. The Wind being more gs\, thettmaard-bound Ships twl'd Ufl Night, except the 2J^r*Jst,� *or St- Lucar, and the Cadiz Frigate; Jackfon, - Came down and iail'd thtough, the Don Carlos, fcrChcfler.  Arriv'd, tf.c Greyhound, Riggs, from HisMa>dy*s Ship CiU remain. 28. Wind .N. F..   His Malay's Ships remoin, wm B,,aol� Salter, ior St. I.uear i Sur, MacdouaJd. from Majcilics aLKenfington by his Grace the Duke of Newcattle and his-ExceUency Count Kinflci, and had the Honour to take his Leave, he being to let out Tomorrow for Ppnfmouth. where he embarks for Portugal, at which Court he is alio cbargM with the Execution of � Private Commiflion. . The Right Hon. the Earl of Stair, mention'd in feveral Papers to be ill ofaTIeuretick Fever in Leland, waslaft Monday in a very good State of Health at his Scat at Gallway in Scotland. . Laft Tucfday died at the Scat of the Lord Mai ton in York, fhire, the Right Hon. the Co^ntefs of Winchellea and Nottingham, having left I flue td my Lord one Daughter. Her Lady, fcip was Daughter of the late Earl of Denbcigh, and Sifter to the prefent Earl; and on Monday next her Corps-will be in-terr'd at Raunfton in the County ol Bucks, the Burial Place of that ancient Family. Laft Night the ntw-born Son of the Right Hon. the Earl of Dyfart, was baptia'd at bULbldAip's B'nite in GroTvcnor-Square by the Name of John 1 his Gracr cue Duke of Argyll, and the Earl of Crawford (landing Godl^thers, and the Coun-tefs Dowager of Dylan, his Lordlhip's Mother, Godmother, by Proxy lor the Counted of EiTex, now at Turin, The Ceremony was perform'd by the Rev, Dr. Treybcck, Reclor of St. George's Hanover-Square. "    J> Laft Saturday Morning the Right Hon. the Earl of GodtuV.! pbin fet out from his Houfc in Cleveland-Court, St. James's, tor bis Seat at Hogmagog ew Sheriffs cnteriaun'd the old, together with ieveralother Gentlemen, at MerchaJuvTaylors-HalliiiThread-ncedle.ftreet.    - This Day the Lord Ma^or, attended by the Court of Aldermen, will eo by Water in the City Barges to Weflminller, . and prerent the two new Sheriffs at the Exchequer Bar before the Curfitor-Baron of his Mijelly's Exchequer. The (our Gentlemen of the Earl of Albemarle's Troop of Life-Guards. upon whom a General Court-Martia) was Lucly held on a Complaint made by Col. Fuller, arc difchare'tl hum their Confinement. _ ___On Friday lad was held a Board of Admiralty, when Mr. i Edward Hawkc was appointed Commander of hi* Majctly', Sloop Wolf. ,; r^tfeThurlbUyTafhin Apprentice of Mr. Fairchild, a Painter Bj Ibi Comfanj of Comedian** AT the New*Theatre inG rt>f�am; YaaattaV Wsla, airs. H�. milioo� itt iMAsset'a Witt, kiriw Wautfrisni si 1,1...... , stu� tastlissi; tatye of saa �)ic4s�^ s^ jtatagT ~ httr. Hasbw. Mr. Jkafciaa, asw Hsi^ttS Wosassv afr. Mr, MM i rorwt, Mr. � -\ 1 ton London-Bridge, painting the Rails at the Top of one of tie ' Houfes there, fell into the Street, and frailur'd hu 3 asw Mr.Mtmi Mb W��s^Mbl*s*. MOBta�|-twiiitai Owsfws, air, nay n*4 ^*^.aMasy..A.Msj�>js�i6aj|�f^ ail* **** mssm#t* Mr.SeeCa, EscH.       Wiiii p�w IMlI iisnajsobf Mr. Bt*tia*dBiHmUtm    Staphs. Bmt+u fit.pt. 64, � GmB*rtit.6J. -� N. 9. MotetsiLaa tkaJnU MmvtUteralnaWiof theTtawof the VnSxmmu. Aoi tos)^r�^ OUOrWlliM, to faifea whisfjiT tauhs s> ^isMwust ofpoCtc the fH�t*.. � ...... -Tba Company ill m^mm *� AAcwrf Day asuptsais Never Afted there before.        __ ~ By the Company of Gomtdmut AT riw Thrarnc Royal in Cbvcnt-Garden, (hi, litj. bring (far joch taftvK, wid bt fvcsouof a''TtnaMfi"'" A LB I ON The BINS: o a. f>iecD SUer. Mr*. Itoru^, bCMf ibc ttAummot btt apavntioc i. rhu Sraitijk:. Oita tt KaffcJa. Mr. OtnhmJIt. a7m2. lam i M-wtMirK�a��t �* Ux*l*.\ Mr. UiH***** � CfCH. Uw. Ka. bau. 1>-*�U�>. Mi* Warft        Mifahtin,- mi�. tmimu       - _     Tv fUt      l�a^(braJn!sx of oae'A^ uff�Uc  Ounces of wrought Silver. 33 Slops cnter'd inward, and z\ were clear'd out.  Savannah in Gtergia, Juh 26. Several Merchants at Charles-Town having cornplaio'd to our Magittrates, that a Merchant of Charles-Town, with whom they had had Deal ings, was fecretly withdrawn to Georgia        __________ Effefls. whereby they (hould be in Danger of lofing their | ^jft',',^ Debts { the Magillratcs having examin'd the Person, and f natling the AllL'gationA true, order'd all hi* Effects to be fetz*d, |____ and aflign'd to be divided equally amongft fuch Cicditors as fbould prove their Debts within a time limitted. Mr Thomas Jones, and five chief Men from the Chaflaw Indians, arriv'd hire, with louitcen Attendants : They arc a very powerful Nuuon, and lie to the Nortli- Weft of the Cbtlmfiri, Stft. at, sye*. DFSERTFD from the Hon. Col. TtoJus Pal esr's lepmm *ft * t*- U�4, �> TorSfViw, aisttH Ymss. a f ma j lad*. �o4 * UIs bgajTwanhf Coasffauuc^lHtit mmk'4 wsm he Jsult rVs,jbrk.b���ra Hair, t�c l�wf�t, ky OssssjatSMaCalliar. *uH a Utile Cm   mm ws^ct H�: If fa* mCl metm t�a�f wcbii 14 Oars fmnikf Oat* utttm, " �iu*  a*twmN(4toihr Law.kf * (w *. B. *t ihi CcU-aazh CUfc�noatf U WaiKf-Una dc.iw::"}menti in this Paper of a moderate Length arc taken w at 7t*� Sbilhttgi taib.   

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