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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 4, 1834, London, Middlesex                                ll ll The Jbaily Advcrfcifelr, _FR I DAY* OcroktK^ 1734. fe^erlay arrived a Mail' jrcm Frarte. ....-paris^JO^tcter 9. .............. 111 E King of Sardinia and t&* Marfhal  , otklcr the Coronund of the Mangou de Saadr.coart. 0n the 2ttV. the Fietd-Marihal the Marquis dc ikgoiy-wbo had been fair with 200 Foot and icso !kfe to re%.enGc;t.-c ifce Situation of the Enemy, laving reported that they wire foagly entrenching th*n:fci�s a: MccteguM. aad that thei: Camp was cover'd by the Zero. and tjnry'd by fcTc^ai Dixbes, bis Sardician Majefijr'and the  nKm� of Dagocns tp Dozzole, and the rcit. cJ the Anr.y fcllowd the next Day, leaving only eigfct Satcdiocs to guard the In-treCchroena fcerc. Trx Army having crcii'J the Po, is now en the Banks of the Ogiio. and as the ImperaMs cacnot fub-nit keg in the Man&an, bnt mail be forced to the Alternative of retiring upon the Venetian Tciiiioisr*, cr making feme Attempt open the Cremocde, wc opici every Moment tha New* of another Aclioa. ---------- We have reccie'd an Acccant from Italy of the State or the  X Battle, which is pretended tcTbe auibeiRkk; br,*n�5W,c ioi the Allies had 1403 Men kiTd, and, 2624 woonckd : ; The Germans had zoco Men kflFd, and  sco woooded ; of ' their genera! Oficets, Prince Lewis cf jr'meinbrrg, the fcinceflf Sa3te-Gotha._|he Prince ct WaTiack, Count Col-" aieano were k3T4 ; and of tieirField-Ofactis, tie Sicurs Dai-ten, Mailer ol the Ordnance, Cosnt Cniuicby, CoL Hancb, and Const Urabon. iieneral Lnrrq-jiroberg, General of the Hoifcrs, was mortally woanded ; the Coants ot Waliack, WaipahV, Lanthieri,  Sbockomberg. Wachtrndcsck and Harach, were likewife woonded.   On the Side of the Allies �pBeral OEcer wastuTd; the Maiqui* de Peze was in _       wooiided, and his Leg_ fince ou orf, bat be is like to dowclL   � , They writr from Barcekna, that a great Number of Ships were lading in that Port with Ammcnstka and Provifuw for Italy, and that a large Body of Irocps wrrc Illcewiie to cm-faukon board them ; And as *di coicLxicd tint the Conqueit .jif Sicily wili be ccmpleattd, and that cf-NapIo-fccared Hitcoot thb Aid, we fnrmize that thde Parses arc �k6gn"d to join the ; AUird Army in Lombardy. The Court is Vial, Odittr 3. Wind S. W. Remain bis Majefly*s Snips, Peabroke, Penance and Depcfbrd, wsh the oorwaid-boaDd -, Briftol, Salter, tor St. Lucar ; Rkaaid and Mary, Chambers, fer Gibraltar ; Icdufiry, Maxwell, kx Boiion ; Fanner, �tap, tor Poftugd ; PrifciKa, Hameidon, for Nana. Pot back. Ifebd, Carl. fcrGcmni Star, Macdonald, for Havre _ 4e Graces JitTiv'd, Mary, 11hi, fiom Cadiz; Unity, Chap-Bio, from Malaga; Eaude, Bin!, frcm Btddifdid. �J      rr        L  O  N   D ON. Y�flcrday his Royal HighneG the Prince of Walo was gm. oeuypleafal to vifit the Ucfpkal (ofwaich^Eis Royal Highjici& is PrcSdent). jBc enquir*d into  o8 dx Society in every Boach, went thresh tbeieraal Wards, cxamafd �he Prori-*T'*a^imrs~m"?ffim; (he hoc and Oold Batfaf, Use dry Pumps, and other Conremcncist, and was plcafid to esprefs ^ Aj>probarion ef the Whole.   Hh Royal HigbceG at his - Spu& away dircckd CaL Schatz to-give nfty Pounds to the Chanty, and twenty Gclceas to be didributel among the .Sctritoof ti^Hc^caS, tocrc "JTuafiur'd that the News of a fiejh Action in Italy Is every Bcn^nt expected at Ccurt.     We bear that the Imperial Ccsst has ordWd Count Konig-to by the Iffaeof a diciEvc Ecg3gemec: with the Alius. - - epeo in that Cocntry.  � ~- ^ Lat Week the Right Hon.  slxix&.ciWaln, Wteremov'd in a'eery weak~Coniitkai.!rr5a the Lord Walpok's Sm at P�d3!e-Tovkttin Dotgnhire,-to lis liaa. ks tic Kx-,^|OKSry oltto^Hea&k;--- :,;,,..,TO,..,.:.;)v,.�,v Sir W21iam Bidets, the p*e�&t Lwd Mayor cf.tKs'Gty, "tjoatOQ Wti!e alk& of New-tttBket-Rsjrjs. \~" l& Vitck HHl Da*e. of Di�cle.-t in ?le Gutsy ef Somfr-7*'      y>y ra-rrs-: to ?.Li Moore, csnly D*sffitst of An-'Wwriir, fjt NoiSii jsiewiec ia tu iatr.t C^uciy, Efq;   ' The Cittfi�L�;cs i.j :fcc Les-.,jreiiinj el      Litifeil'-aaew the Great in ScMtUt!d. vacart tv the" Death ct the Rev. Mr. *� rf� *Uv. Mr.'*J�ee. \ �cif ^1 BwJph's AUerfoatc, the Rev. Mr. Adam*, (tie I'm ilia* u Sapl^L.-) T� Rev. Mr. ifjy t�e H?v. Mi. J'rcr^jta, Curstc ci i:. ^pbVAUerft Laia WcdncWAy Night afeout io_plCJock,- tjn brokeoot at a W'cik (hop in Mr. Fo&lcr't Broom*yard in Kcnt-rtreet, which in about an HourV time coniumcd bb Houfe, all his vVcik-fccufcj, three H�ufe� in the front of the Street, and tttmag'd Jhcn Hoaies more t about t� o"Clock a great Shower of Rain foitnnitcly fell, and put a Aop to the rlaroe, the Fittnsen ha\ing no Water brfore but what they had from Mr. Fowler's Pumps. Mr. Fowkr bad (our large Stacks of Materials f� making Bttiomi in his Yard, but the Rain Jailing, pro catsd their taking Fire. A few Nights ago the Houfe of Mr; Swift, * wealthy Poul* trrer in Bow-ftreet, Corent-Garden, was broke open by fome Rogue*, who got inM Mr. Swift's Bed-Chamber, and catticd off beS piti of bis wearing Apparel, and even his Breeches with his Watch and Money, as they hung upon i Chair by his Bed tide, and got off nodKcovcr'd.    ."'. t v. Th* Number of Houres broken open within a few Weeks part, exceeds any thing that has been known for many whole Winters. ' Siuings in the Court of King's Bench in London and Middle-fex. in Michaelmas Term, 1734. ' ;'"       London. Friday, '    Oftober :s, Wcdnefday,    Nov. b Wednefday, 1J Wedneftlay, 27 After Term Saturday,      Nov. yx Common Pleas in Michaelmas Middlefcx. Monday,    Oftober s8 - Saturday,        Nov. 9 Wtdncway, 20 lueflay, a6. After Term Friday, Nov. 29 Sittings in the Court of Term, 1734. Middlefcxi Thurftay,   October 3 Friday, Nov. � Thuiiday, 14 Friday,. a� Friday. After Term Nov.-297- Lohdon. Monday;       Nov. 4^ Tueiday, 1 a Monday, 18 Saturday,       -After Term Saturday, ..   Nov. 30 Ac the particular Ddfirc of fcvcrahPcrfons of .   Diftinftion. By tht Company of Comedians* AT the New Theatre in Goodman's* Fields, ihUUay, beicg the 4tb-ef Oifluber, will be prtleoied  Ttj�fdj, OTHELLO, Moor of Venice. To abich will bo acded ibe lilt EotertaiumM', i^l'J B R ITyi N N IA : l'  (�:�� ' " The   Roy a li   L py i r s. Ericanait, Mrs. Ckunbers; cirrmtnoim*, MtA Jonei i  . -CoIouJbi'm'i IJwbaoJ, Mr, RyJci ; Clawm hit. rcokclhinao ; ,Ycom�p, fir. Woll�iili 1 tj{ t- 6 J. Galttry tt. 6 J. n     No lefitl-m^heiatfi^^itlttfulien^oriiifribeTime of the Prftorrauxe. And ro-pi^veac-Obitru^loa*, no r�louJCh�ievcr cau be admitud beliind the ��enca, � . ;   . To begin exactly at S� o'Clqck, I�rtrfoner^o1�iwrit*d ali�r-rh�?m_aihjrdrtwniip; High Water at London-Bridge tMi H�y, *t-jt Mfepwi after 3 in the Morning; and ib after 4 intfce AfterT-iv^__ "^Yefterday Bank Stock was 140, for t.lr Ojxr4rg _       145 t half.  Sottth-Sea Traditw Stock $t t 4th.  V$ A�f��tc� LtrV, for the Opening.  Ditto New Annuktcs 16; t *tn, .r Thrat per Cent. Annuity 94 t 4th.  Million Bunk tcJLl t half.   Ahkan ao. York BuiWing� a 3 4th*.  Royal Aff-^ furanctcjiS.  London Affurance ia 3 Sths.   New Ba�Jk^CJ��xv cutation 3I      Prtm.   S  ^arr/r,v/>��yOiLJN TOOAN.4HOWI, for the Btnefit of a Family tt*$ ff .of    ^        ;   .      ,       --       r'* King HENR T the Fourth. �?ri the }l�*n*'t if Sir Jo kw F*t�TAf        | Sir J (hnFiWilT, Mr. Qnin ; Kin?. I't.        tiiow, Mr.W^iUll Jfetrpur, vir. M. "JWMiHy'sCoaks. ua� itifetfd toy a i.^'r Highwayman betwc ofabbK, �h Kni^cjAige sti the i! aid a W a�ch. Mr Durant, cue r Highwayman io^Lt- to Kenfingtcn, jJUta Wedce&Iay iiveuij.g disd m" Netvga:?. otherwtic P. :ta Ambooy. iLc lt^^c cklH^10^ Ct ^ ^ ^ M'P- Tedd.-. box wi. caTTiaif-7 Utt ditt gratify icprk^a by Li; M^jetiy. A'crhony Lang' wbu was con-� tiealjog tiftcau AT the Theatre Rojfal in Covent-Garden, ihh Ti*i, being the 4th of October, will b�; jprefemed a ira. ge^y.taU'd - The   ALBION   Q^U&EN-S: .........................................-.............. ..-.^'.a,.............................^.....�...... Tbe Death of Mary Qieen of Scotland. ""Qtfccii Mate, Mr*. >jort.wv ttinf the i'i nice of tier aj'^jfinl'. iw ili�i,S�*t�; ilw co�e of Norfotk. Mr. liyta; l)�vilj;o�Mf.     Hal-am ; Murioa. Kcgert of fiCQtlioJ^r; 1'ri�B*4i�er   i�iL_r.ir. no-iefia^J3i!�el�f�.       Noitir-; %e�o hiiiiUttii, M�. Uallatn. T> wli.ch will be *,iilca, Harlequin Dr. F/WS 717S. -H�'^q-ato by Mr I u.^ j iin-{�Mrai'dlivilCt�fli> � in Inierail ^pi/i', Clur*, ilie Shade.  ef�} Die lirfl lur� �.y Mi. L*Mi, being i!-e ad iirr.e ol J)i� ippe:i(iritcv, Tlx Way ot tie          � _flic Pst "f Millam��l bT Mil. H'-tl �'.       _ To    be   S K ^ N, At tit Black thrft upen ibiPawment in IFeJl-Smitl'JulJ, ftuin cl*it M^Wi^; Mr.. Pritcliard; FUira, Mr*.C*J�t�n; 5i( (lw.,THty, Mr.gMRfpd     , FtieaJI), Mr. S*1w�y� DtOt. Mr. Totha i Deny. Mrs. *MWflCww. -. Plate* to t>e  ColombiM.Mr^Cllw;Gol.>iobU%M�it, Mi^Hiu*ard� Old Woroap. Mr.TDPbam; Ooda, OodJedi*, Satyti. Itilwa, tWW ibq^KBcdiaiiaaodotlMn. /  ^ * With new llabtu, Itenes, Machines and other DecorarinM.' Boxes 59.  Pit 3a.  Firfl Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery it. COURSE of CHYMISTRY, Pbilofopbical and PraSu&U      ~ "~ ffiy II. PEMBERTON, M.D. F.R.S. ^       And Pnftffietf Thrfck in Grtjkam  Ctllqf, Witt.   I I (1 I S ' ; Oh WtdnefJn tht 1 �ybtffivvtmbtr^ at 6 �Clx� U tht twmtr^L (If xz Hull hate ftibfcrib'd by that titwr) ff ^ At Mr. HooxV, tHTtkt Black RnUi imHI&xm-Rm', '; titaJn'i  1m  FltUi. IN this Courfc will be fliewn, how-all the Cfiymic*! Mc^ictt^s ewti tt'r.-tn �r�r {.trpar*-rte Of? �i(i{�t ol �hu Art, in paiiH.u^r the f.-ieni vf*>,  wsU j? |JT�)�.  fh* �hgU u|A be delKti'd m IjiH �i Oi^i, �>;-c.eti, 1! e *!itf�." t* iiiaAuil/__ prxtueM �� the SuUttite* fr-iugM n�'#-tri*r~Uf�, �lp�*t,-a*d th� linpro*etr.ent� he m�ii e^iilf-hi�|.:it..>'� 1 'ntKr'H* i� trf^th       >i; ? - �er. ESERTED the       of Scprx^bcjr fell,; i'rcin tbc iloo.       T'ijn�� r��ji'� Bcf imcat^i' fjjpt, aod la�'. buffi/iiair, a fna'.J ImpciTmen: mwi 4j>.-ttb, bred a Hobaadettaa, torn in lklturtct: ia the Catttiy at Oiii^jn IrrUt*; if bt �ih fcwia to hit Company wi.rui tpor t)*t% �t.;m ibe � aw ht .� o, ab|i A(�( la iU buteuid Hryiavtm io Matbb�� Ifaee. >�ar kroU�t^�tr>.*m WCol. c UcaKt at th9m�t"r4, matt i�cei*Kr�� Coitca* aUwAod otft aad] aboie won taall'af'iJby Aft ol f*f>wBMX. Maynard (pterin. It i> f�pp$�*�i !i� i�     t  CUIT.-a Ciortli to tt� Coo -if W Areaa|au DESERTED the 24th of Sc^bc^'lafr, itotn tht litio. *i>J. Kccuncai of foot, caiJbGaac, Otey'* Cv*v*�>. Jahu Cr^lcoaa, uxa at MaaabU a*aa.a%dla| in 'Aoivelieiiaiic,  �hw �vd aqa�ller bi#>, taranAf T pleiiut, maik'J "i-t. tfcc aeaab t'oa }M M �iU ruMat to t*� l>any w nbl % iou tt��o Ua|� (rem tbe fa  tv rt   he Uull bi ^tr* ;t oo<, wbe^ref uk�a*tua U*iMt.�b 4       Ctadtafc M*a*V a�d (end* Wur * iu atayt.a(t> Oocrie, W4; Ajcaz :j lUabuKtiud gimeni in Rathbone place ccar jvirj-k|vite. cr (9 Cot. Kct| Abi>EJo� ia Katkthire, u>J iecciv� r�a Ovtwsaa Reward, above what it aitow'd by Ad J Irariiuncoc Maynard Gun dSvKiiJtmenii ia tin Paper of a moderate Length are taken in at Tuo Shilling! eatk,   

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