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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 5, 1834, London, Middlesex JijUrJaf arrived a Xfail /rote 'thltsM. DdKlzick, October 2. |.ING Auguftin having promilcd tow-(lore Fort VVcchfellmuntie immediately after tht Cohdofion of the cnfuin��ge-nertfl Diet of Pacification, all Things art exceeding ealy here. *Tis now a-gain affur'd, that King Staniflaus lies quiet at KonigftxTg. fltina, Sept. 29. Count Ciecri, jj, Adjutant-General to Count Konigl'cgg, ^\ palled through this City on the 2710. �oanTlfe** co bbImperial Majttty at Hslbturni,. " that on - tbs tQtn the Count attackM the allied Army near Guallalla ; -tfcjt after a bloody Fight, * wherein the Enemy (oil great .. jiataberscf ibeir Med, the General perceiving itimpdfli- * Ueto farce them, on Account of their advantagious Situa- ike. drew of his Troops And return'd to Lirzara, where '� it bad lain the Night before, arki from thence departed the tot Morning to join 4000 Men, to be drawn from the -� Garriiboof Mantua, 4C00 Cr&maru, and the three Regi-tof Harfc which be had, before the Aclion dcuch'd to ttdfcjgtothe Lill that is pooliuYd here by the CommiSary General of War, we had 2400 killed, and 3606 wounded �a the AflSon. The Council of War has fent Injunctions to tkc fix Rcginicnts ordered to Italy from the Rhine to continue that Match with all pofljble Expedition. . fciq&v, OdtStr+ The Dicerelolvd in their laft Af-frtrMr, thai all the Money which is in the Chcit of the Em-ntr fcoaH be remitted to Prince Eugene, to be dhpofed ot as MsHeads' uoold think moft for the Advantage of his Cotfltry. t UcdeBerg, OShber 6. Prince Eugene being returh'd to Vieaga, and the Duke ot Beveren to Wollfcnbuttle, the Duke tf^tftrtctnbexg has taken upon bim the Command of the ifla;,*hkh,as weareafluPd, willleparate in eight or tcoDays. According to the Diftribution of the Troops, as it has been feded. twelve Battalions, and feven Companies of Grenadiers, ate to take'op^ their Quarters in ebb City and the neighbour-is*; Towns i and at Ueilbron and upon the Frontiers ot Krao-aaaii, aioe Battalions, three Companies of Grenadiers, and "li^q^ScB^"T1icy continueto worlrhard^at therltcdoubts aai liaej ;nu�ng near Bruhl and Kellfch. 1500 Men an ttrarife eaploya in throwing up fome Works at Neckerau �penthe Rhine, and a Body Ot' 3000 Troops are to be polled tfeffdarmg the Winter. The French Army remains at Of-faubuuig. where in all probability it will continue till the In-�rtimifi of the neighbouring Territories have paid in the Con-mbetiODs reqauM oiLthesn, - DmlfOa* 5, The King's Ships at4 the outward-bound 13 remain. Pot back, WiliQurc, Adams, for Leghorn. WadS.W. blowing hard. Morotfft, bis Rj^ttjcV ^r.^olli&sT* w*i tTaVlf catftfted | from Tetuatt With the Slavis he ha* rtdeem'd i and that the | Safety ot Provtftons, efpecialty Cornrin fiatthary, itornaM evety Day more anil more, en account of the great Drought, which had been for many Months, and Rill contina'd. The Tbornks of Poo), Thomas Gletd Matter, bound from Dublin to Pool. is fell 00 the Coaftol,Wales. On Thurklay lall Thomas Carletoo, �fqt was married to Mrs. Prudence. Vane, a near Relation of toe Lord Barnard, an agreeable Lady, and a Fortune of soooo 1 His Majeft'y has been plealed to prefent the Rnr. Mr.. Richard Mofely to the Rectory of Vviggnton in the County of York, and Ycilerday the Prefentation pisYd the Great Seal. Laft Thurfday the Coroner's Inquett net again at the Half Moon near Hyde-Park Corner, and iaiuYd'. their Enquiry relating to the Death of the Drawer; who Has fulpeAed (on occafion of. feme Words he declared on his Death- Bed) to have been thrown out of a Window two Pair of Stairs at Tavern near Charingcrcls, ami aftcfa drift Examination of the Evidences on both fides, the Jury brought in their Verdicl," Sup-" pos'd to have thrown lumlclf out of the Window: "where* L O N D O N. ^eTufa^Xfr^^^d firft Gentleman to his Serene Hjgfcncfi the Prince of Orange, arrived at Kenftngton, with Leamfbr her Royal Highnels the Princefs. The Prince left rJbelvperul Army Ycfterday ic'nnight, and went to Manhcim �Btakekareof the Elector Patatin, and purpos'd to fet out on femora borne as Friday or Saturday next. An Eaptefs from Couqt Konigfegg, the Imperial General ia Italy, was arrived at the Army ou the Rhine, but finding Pfcxe Eugene gone, he went after lim to Vienna, without coannumoting any Part of his Diipatches to any one. They �Tite from Holland, that Count Henry de NaiTau la mbJ, Lord Cfaamberlaia, and Mailer of the Horfe to her ^1 r^gfcnefs the Princefs of Orangs, and Nephew to the Larl^of Granbam, was lately admitted by the States of the jffi"0***" Utrecht, to be a Member of the Order of theNo-*^^'of33gic"Fronha' de Lord of Overkerk, another of his Lordfliip's Ne- fbflas. ^yj^wriB? rrt^ *^PBWient arGuafialla~the Irriperialilts cau^'d a Body of laieiittuand Men to advance up the Oglio, with a View to T* ^e AlUa-fcn that fide, or at leaft oblige them to divide �hi a** : ^ ^ctac*n,ent made fucn a filing on the ttattheJitench Generals thought it necefljiry �>1in � . a T^k _____ 1 felling, all kinds of Corn, and Potatoes, by Weight, commence on Mooday lall. � llrtho* many yntend to} fell it-both in Town and Country, fo that much Harm may be done by fome in order to give it an ill Reputation, and by others for the Sake of a little Profit. High Waolf at London-Bridge Jhfc Day, at 30 Minutes after 4 Jn the Morning, and 5 2 after 4 inthe Afternoon. join'd Count Konigfcgg. At the Departure of the ^Merf/omXIantuo, the Prince of Hefle-Darmftadt, the Go-cmor, b (aid to have received Advice, that the Imperial Army ** Motion to ucdertake fome important Expedition : *Tis ycntv'dthat Count Konigfegg intends to advance up the Oglio, * order to peoetrate into me Cremooefe. The Crcraonde b P^l0/**1* DutcLy of Milan, and contiguous Co that ot Parma j Ej Cby � made famous by an Exploit of Prince Eugene in de Vai^*0 ^f"2'*1 " bv W&h1- and carried off the Marflial jPPcV' tShip^bcIcnging '� thcCi,vof Rotterdam, B�y. aia cMtj^j lo Ycilerday Bank-Stock was 140 1 jubV for the Opening.. In-dia 145 1 half. South-Sea Tradisffceck �i 1 4th,-� Tlurir. Old Annuities 166 1 4th, a 3 Sths. fot the Opening. Ditto New Annuities 10; 1 4th. Three per Cent. Annuity 94 1 4th, a 1 half. MjUiojsBaBk 108 1 half, a 9. Airican to. York Buildings 3 tlialf. Royal Affuranca 98 1 half, a 9. London Affurance 1 2 3 8ths, a 1 half. New Bank Circulation 31. 71- 6 a�*er. �ill ot prtftmai aC�sH%,:-: the WO |i D E R s - A Woman keeps * StcmT. ^ To which will be �
ofe and Hamplieati 10 the County of Middlelia. arc 10 mc*t bf �d-jaurtimeHt oo I liurfaay nei', being the lo'll ot tlii'� Inlianf, a' j o'clock to il>c Af.croooo, at tlw Ilea lyuu Tarcru oo Cierkeowcll-grceti. " before by a bailee Rover, in SigbjU>f the to I augur : '1 lat the Report ueiVgi cur-lv'aicd with ax Empeior ot cace was To be SEE Ifr Tbit Day and for tbt future, between tbe Hiuri of Ten ana Eight (Price Five Milling!) in Leitefltr-6tUtj^*art, on tbt Eajlfide, at \J\R. CHOVET's, Surgeon, his new Fi- JLVX �jre of Anatomy (with fcvrral ltnprovea>cnU tVce bis rr mov wbith reprelwM a Woman chjij'a down ufvu a Table, luppi>*'d open'd sjive, wherein tb� Circulatio:i of the Bluod i> made viUbli ibia* Otal� Vein* and Aitfric*: Tlic Circulation i, alio lee.t from the Mother to ibe t.liild, and frotp the CtiiU io the V.i>ihcr i with ilic Ttlralick and cUallolick Motiooof the Hear:, and the A A ion of tlx Langi. All which Particular*, co~ sjvhcf vf,ih fe*r�al other rrcparatiora, will be uVvrn aad ckatll. csplaiu'd in Higlilh or French, t>y Mr.Chovet bimfclt. Note, a_Gcut|c�'uujau oropcrly qualify'd attend the Ladies. By tbe Company of Gomediaw, ' tht Theatre Royal in CoTent-Girdeij, on Monday ocsr, feeing the 7�h of OOobar, ojUba prafaiHH Comedy, uUM V The W A Y of the WO RLD. r Ifri/ten ty the, tettt Mr. C,0 llC+irt. gi MiUamiot, Mr*, tfotroajt Mirabel, Mr. KttOi M>*\, Mf.Walbwt^ lant, Mr.Jamea i Wa�*tA Mr.Morgaa, MartroOd, Mrs. Hatlia�| Mr*. Faiivil, Mn.Tetnpkr j lady Wdbtbs'i, Mta. aWlatt} MMt, Mis, Sterns; Mincjaa, adii BieJc*. _ > . To�nich�iUt�s^araK*.ci!r^ The CO U NTRY HOUSE., Written hp tht tatt Sir JOIt W V A KB ft V O It. H~itk Enttrtdinmmtt of Daneing, fttrtiaJmrtf Ar rMr.Glof�f a^MifiKOfrcs. ' Aad tht Rkhmoed M�g�ae bf Dir. Utiac a��i Mift MBats. ' r 1* begin exTaly at Six dCltcL_V; At the Delire of fcVcral Pcrfons of Quality. af v His Majejiy$ Company, of Comedians,f -AT die Theatre Royal in Drurf - lithe, * ihia Day. being ihs jth of Oa4�r, wi�* t� Prclcnted� riay, W"J O R O O, N O K O. Written by Mn SouTUIBNl. / ~* Orooonko, Mr. Miltraid; iiboaav Mr. Ojim > lawissia, Mr*. TbaiC mood; Capt.-Uriter. Mr, johedbe; l>�ni�l, Mr.Cibtcr, Oovrrnor. Mr. Itewis; Blandtord, Mr. ataotnore, Mr.Oatesi Ifouaao, mcTmpou; Widotr taciii, Mrs* Shircburn ; CharkKte WeMon, Mrs. Coariie , L�cy Wclduo, Maft--Mana. To bids will ba added a Dravaik Malcjor, cajl'd C U PI O and PS Y.C H E. . With a Grotef>i� faatoosasselotcrkaV, c*l;'j CO LO MB INE Court e z a w. Cupid, .X. Mafter Ame Veasv, Mr, Cantretl | ffychr, Mr*. Cibhef s Jupiter, Mr. Hobcrt>i Bacchos Mr.TtpUoa. a �r���.. Mf.Uf.s> Pan, Mr. TlmrmonJi S*�ia�. Mu>f-Chol�. Mr. V % and Mr. 0�- * eepport i Nymph*. M�*. Feliief, M'�. Aoalcrfxi and Mo. ihvrrport i urt, *i*m*^ M> of. tie 9 Biun: uynhtcr Utffjoo, sig. TrebeliT, atjof. tjju.nU ^4 Mr. flomb. lover* at Coloabicc, Mr. Kamt.m. Mr. Robcnt, McXIcsnd) Mr. CroA, CobMSsbtn*. Mr*, diet; C^^tHn**. ua� u)al'd and U�ntioa betweca (a� Acta, To begin txaSlf at Srven o'CUk. fi b. Where** to era! ImavUriuW*. as to thw r>caf pf i%rCa(ss�iMI� in that Place, have heretofore bees cosauained tbas a* 10 aAmiaal Ocniletnco and Laiici, fjte, thai tbe rU.r witi b*|ia poocVaUy at tava Hour uupoM, and the wboW Nijbt'a tunTiaietstcDt wall becosWaOsst muh fh ims|anabl� Care ax4 Esgalaiiiy. lor ROT T E R D A H E: Expedition Mb" 2� H E: Expedition Siooo. KkauN Pid|aMi> Maflcr. tail* en ynemt,(�d nam liea m M. Kavlas*aaVa t� talui *� Uood* aavl rafnagar*. TtatMaMat be *>oit� wttfc on IX* I>>ccfcW�ikM�<�< TioM i tbe 'aaMiidaeai fidlarhtina*, at Red ty** �4 Saaa, Borb aa SviafctafYatttr [tha Bora) BaskaMt; at Mr BlaadTa at To* Itaxk i and * CoUaa*-. Ci*flfc*aWc
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