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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 8, 1834, London, Middlesex                                atr iHwrmn'iii -- i.. .. .     .OT^ " ... r..^,i:-\^^^ ^ .   .......   .i.>. .    \.   parky QShhr v ���� ---N BTTERS front tk An* n f Italy, dated the tft Inftaon Ay, i tkt tk Loft which ik JnmrialtfU f tuffi&tMm. the lite Battle of Gua-i Italia, Vnuch roofc cHahderable than was pubruYd, k being 'now known, tfau the 206 Waggons which broi^ght Uie-^ Prov-ion* before tk* Built, wtite knt away M with the Dead and Weeded, as fcfl in the Courfe of the Engagements a Step tbtGe-� (Mi thought nec.flary to take, the bcurr to cuoccaltk �tell State5 -jslofc. Their Infantry n ftfll in aha Sera-i glibw their Horfe is new iMMimingncar the River Mucin, � � which runs up to Mantua.     -- *The Main Body oi our Army, commanded by tkMar-� fluJdeCojgQy. is cacanp'd upon the Ogbo, the Right to � BArade, and the Left to Boealo, a Tow- twenty Tldiks �>Sattb*VYeft from Mantua. The left of uW Troops -remain in the Camp of GoaAalla, under the Command of l.the King of Sardinia, except tha Deocfamcnt which, ia be* � Urging Mifandota, under the Qtders of the Marquis de ',*> Mailkbon. MirandoUwaa formerly a Town ot, ibme " Note, but having been ruhfd b the late War*, the Forti-ibiooai are but very indiftercat. The Ganifim coanfts of * abant40� Mer� The Imperialilb, as to their Ground, are much the feme "to Situation they were at the Opening the (Jainpain; �* batwe reckon that their Provisions and forage arc at pre* � fat intirdy coofum'd, and judge they have loft between . % 15 tad 30000 Men by Death and Dcfertion. They bare ** but four general Officers left to command them., The King has lent a Sum of four Millions of Ijvres, to *  � rifimiof both \vbich Places were made Prdboers of War. �* Mekem is eilcem'd a ftrang Town, and theJpeeo> taking it *Mt9 acceptable at prdenr, as the Germans, in 1719, hekl * jteetagtintt the apaniawk, and obuVd them to retire tioa We hen that Mrs. Heron, of his MajtnVi Company of Comedians at Dmty-Une, who hat been at Bath fome Months 00 account of an 1U State ot Health, is (6 well recovet'd, that Ike is daily expected in Town, to appear again oo tkfe Stage. They write from Briftol. that they hare had my hard Galr� of Wind and Rain for several Days paft, efpecwlly oaTneflay it was fit Ugh. that two large Batt-Trm were Mown down in the Chmcn-yards of St. IJkhacl and St. James. Some Honfes, both in the City and adjacent Country, kare alfo been damag'd. Utt Satoniay Night, bttween Eight andNme, a Sharper obfcrrmg a Gentkwomah buy fame hoc Laces in a Shop on Ladgate-HilL and aftrrwarda 10 jafa under Lttdgato in a Coach, flept up to the Coach Door, andpitfentmg a PiBol, demanded the Boot of Lsoi, which (be inAantty gave him, and hemaoeoffwkhit, i^iOuijuHngrK wasdoMy parfbed. One Wilkams, an Aflulam ia the Murder of Cape Beard, oo board the Buxflooe Snow on the Coaft of Guioey, and one of tbo(e wl^aAennrdsm was a few Dayt af^ IfMMmeBded ia Waka, and tommktcd to Brecknock-Goal.,.     ^\     ; ,  ^ By � Letter from Cork we learn, tta Duggaa, the Chief of the laid Puaw, and who was formerly mrnuoa'd to be ap-prefaended,had latdy made kit Efcape, as conjeflur'd, by being liberal with hu Money to thole that had him in Cuftody. The Ownen are niuch coocera'd at havEfcape, on Account of his being the chief Villain araoag the Crew. On Saturday next the Indian King, Queen, Prince and Chiefs, are to be entertam'd at the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's-Ibn-FiekW, with a Comedy calTd the Recruiung Officer, in which Play, Mr. Fielding, of the BoffaJo-Tavero in Bloomf-bury, is to perform the Part of Capt. Plume. H^h Water at London-Bridge this Day, at ia after 7 in the Morning, and 44 after 7 at Night, Minutes Yeftrrday Bank Stork was 140 ihalf, 141, forth* Opraing-India 14s 1 half; a 6. Souta-Sea Trading Stock 81 1. haU, 8sr a t 4th. Old Atmoitiea 106 1 half, 106 $ 8th�, a j 4tks,f�r the Opening; Ditto New Aaaukiat 10; t halt, to; c 8ths, a 3 4thi. ^Torttper Cant, Aaawry 94 3 8th�, 04 5 8thi, a j 4ths. Millioo ftaak 108 i half, a 9. Alri-York Buildings 3 ikatf. Royal AOuraMi q8 t Chaiitab!e>Cbt^oratioti*Houifi> itt Sprfai^ Gardeti� Oftobcr a, 1^4.* -~       the Cmp*Kj tfCmt&Wi       AT the NewTiiratre inGobdmanVFatUb* Toawrw. a^taeeihofOfVbtr.wfll JenriliindaCemalf, The MERRY WIVES of WINDSOR.  WiiH awwaiaiiiran if Paariat by Mr. HAOOHtON, who atfat vtutb �ifi hi-      ih* left tiiwtikaiae. '�a*U, BR ITJtNNIA i o a, ; V"- The^   R oval   Lb v 1 it � Britw^., Miu Clambtrai QtfwwaiBi. Mat J�eat Caaki lilnfl' so. V brferc it. w^i^hm ... 111     - _,---.      ____ the Torment of the Brazen Bull was firtl exercifird npuo its ** lavmor.. The Duke da Bitooto having lent a Detachment * of Troops to pofleis thcmfrlvcs of the Illand ot Faricaro. *f*4nd it abandoned by the lmperuliOs. The Count de f. MaifiUac continues to prefs vigoroufly the Caftle of Gonzaga, ** and bat invcilcd the Citadel of Meffina, which hft was once ** rrckon'd a firoug Place, and having in 1718 been taken by ** the Spaniards trom the Germans and Savoyards, was the * aai Year recover'd by the Gennans, after as obflinate haU, a 9, London A&tw>|| H J 8ths, a 1 half. rXew Bank Circukwon 3L71. 64. i 10s. Pram. South^ea Bonds 3I. 17s. 3L1BS. Prcaa. India dkto 4I. ia. 4L as. Prem. Thna jaw Cane, dkto 2I. 7a. 2t. 8t. Prem. Englifh Copper il. 16s. WaUh- dtap* Books Qm. SakTallio, 33 4th*. �1. l� Cent Tram       _       ---    ;        - CM/HEREAS one Wiiliam Howell reports, VV (hat he A*�M�Vr�w,raed that 1- tUlliwroft hin inib. Ms* MttNBou er ny -*B��Ht, tbtw arc to ordf>, that loch Report A rite Spaniards, and obligM them to roue from 1 �w 8 UuomJ&tm lomrn Wane, and mim boU GcrSend WttTbe Reu^ence of Pbalarts, where i-amnbiy io Cb�xk� Uic�i ; nor bave^ t, or will have any thing to �*, - -     . . ..      /    -------.r-*---I -v. i.li u.^gii^ aolcfst* bs IP paoiu bias fvr ch� in-cccat 0A^6. Wind W. Remain only kb Mak^s Wm Pewbrake, Dirfiilnce and DcptM� am) ciw Keiar, TicJwv, iw Cadbt --T   .. L O N  DON. Tk Sarah and Francis, Capt. Crifpin HiO, bbond from t!brk to Barbadoet, was lately loft on the North of Ireland, aid all tk People drowned. Soma part of tk Vctlcl drove on '^mt, by which means it was dilcovcr'd. We hate an Account of the Sarah Brig. Kent, being loft foiag down tJk Channel nj^Bbukon.'liou^ to Hull j the MeaaihiGoodslav'di - -. A Barge, chiefly laden with Com, coming from Brockway, tftfaUoJoft with all the Cargo! but the Men frVd thcmklvcs i�J>ir Boat. Qa Friday la A died after a fliort Unefs at hit Hook at Step-My> Dr. James-Auguflus Blonde!, Member of tbcCoOegc of Ph>atkat, much regretted by all who knew him, and re-nwkahki for hi* Chanty to the Poor. Uft Sunday the new-born Son of the Right Hon. the Lord V*EO*ot Weymouth, wasbaptiz'd at ha Lorddiip's HooJEe in Gntfa^a^iare by the Nimie of Tt^^ Ho^theLoids Carteret and Lanidown tluod Godfathers, and tkCounaitotC^vflltGodmother. " t AboortheLlofeof hft Month died at Galway n Ireland, tk Rer. Henry Han, D, D. Warden of due Collegiate Church of Galway, ChaqjceSor of the Dioccte of Tuam, and Recur of Arthenrec. He it much regretud (or his Charky and Hafpi-Wy, and hat left huEOate, which is very confidarable, to r�l ^roln  bte Governor of the Leeward I Hands. Oa Sunday died at hb Houfe at Ham near Stratford in Mid-*wc, the Rev. Mr. St. John, Vicar of Brampton in Derby-hire. Yeftrrday Morning died at bit Lodgings oa St Margaret's iiul, Southwark, John Dcnn, Efq; an eminent Hop-Mer The Rev. Mr. Richard Siropfon, Recur of Norton in the vKaft of Canterbuiy, died UU Week. The Living is ia the V�0fthe Lo,d Bithopof Rochdlrr. "<*�ToeHay Uft came on the Ekttion of Magiflrates for .' _      --------,----------via nerriot aoq jpan were chofcn Bailiffs; Junes Symfbo Dean of Guild, ^ThomatYouDgTrcafurer. B g in the Chair, open'd tk Seflions wub a �ery Uairxd and ufelul Cliargc to tk Grand Jury. uitb htm the Ikkt Ha*- . _------^r. UbanW by h:nt lakeoin matian tomytcfr; ttfaaruof^a*.^       M0JtD OitM andcr my Hud _______   _____      ING7QN. Royal Hofpical for Seamen at Greenwich, Oek*er 5, 1734 THE Db&�4 of bis toajtftfs Royal Yhfpital firSiamtm at Grwmkb afr bmim mv AStfny, tbmt fab mmdi im tie mtmt I'm, apsa ftfat r� tb* Steward 0/ lb* Jaid Htjfital, may bt ami fartitmiirlf ttf*m%itflk$ Natwrt �f lb* Seruvt. Cuftom-Houfe, London, 1 Oft. 1734. For   S A L E%   * By Order of the HonoiiRtble Commiflionen of His Majettys Cuftoms, &t. f\ If Wednefiay the i6tb of Offobtr, 1734, st ^ It' Clack imtb* Afttrmoom, *viU bt ttfttdla SaU, bf latb *f Comdlt, imtb* Utg-IUm at lb* Cmftom Htmfi, Lowhn, a Pan*/ e/feat C�J*t. Jn^rM-Cww.-w^HW fiftj Cap o/rtMdWimi, vMtbaittibtiifflFdimttBramfy, �r mad* iaa rhtgar, vmtbimibrt*~M**tbt after tb* Delivery, firixhiib* RStiemt See*rjtp it f b/pvem by Bend, to be earn, celt J am a feefer Certifealtfrem til Often e/Eati/e. (tlear jail DmtUi) and *** l� bt fa at tb* Kit'* Waxebtaji exMtmdaj tb* 14/*, ftejiimj tb* 1 fhm 8 t* it imtb* FtrxmrnuaMdTan Mdme/dap Afamgh/yetbeSalt. EngIifh-CopPcr-Hou^� Sept. 19, 1734; THE Court of 4ff$ami 4>Jbe Governor * ami Cemfamj ef Cafftr-Wmtrtjm Etmjhifd berebf give Ai-tiee, IbattaGtmrmi Cmtt � tb*> faii Ctmfa^i 'utilH* bstS'al tbttr HmJ* im B^blame, Imdm, *n fbmrjdaj tbe lOtbefOehber mrxt, at Twelve o'CUtkim tb* Fiumoa, lb* /am* beim a kalf-^arfyGemeraJCmrt^alfaim'edbilbeBje-La'Ws, totomjulir if a Dividend and mtber jpetial Again : Tbei /nrtber gnt Sum, tbat tbe froofer Bmh ef tb* hid Cempanj, nptll be Jhut f,ou> Wtdmejdaj the        luftamt till Mnmdmj tb* Xiji /Odtbtr "*t.     j _;____ T^E 'Quadrants invented by John Hadley% Ofi; fir takimi tbe Latitude, *r ttbet Anht at Sta, exactly M tidtd, ami jurnJjb'J laitb Glajftt nxmfd en Pmrfoft, giving a true and faff* Refitelim, are mad* and Jild bf 'Jenatban S'JJtn, Malb*maii(ml- lulhumtnt Maker I* bit Riyal Higbae/t dePnnct ef Wain, at tbe Cttntr �/ Btu*fo>d-Bial4i�gi, and f'jqb Jle Dejmftiui *f tb* JaU guadranlt. Kvitb Dirtflh, tbttr Uje, it givtm ivitb tbem, and it Jild by A. Null , Riyal Exebange liar*.  Price Six-feme. N. B. Tb*� /aid Quadrants, imritnftf divided and jUtJb'd by J emit bam SWin, are at/% ft be bad �/ Mtff- Mount and Pap en 7?u4r-li/Jx4nJ of Mr. Mattbt-u.) at de Buncb ef Giafei in JUadenbaO-flarket. appear T- -1 ^ Ronnt, to which will be imfSfiiM  at* ft HARLE^JUffy ia the CtTt: �  o a, �� -t-y-. A Wonder, ColoMbixe tttr�*d EUfbtnt, __ Cofaaibice by Mts. Rorettt. ' HarHviay Mr. l�a. �rm.~;:Cekmm*�S Hwhaad, M>. loftw | CJown, Mr. rtokcttiaua, VemmiM. Mr. Wctheriftl tfl lnaw>t� Mr. Mwd: a,t loatfowr, Mr. TbawM { YaHwaa't Wfa, Mrs. Ha* miUofl ill war, Mrs. Woc4**A; Ull Wife, M�f* �an*a�ai vaoar ef to m)k�*v*. Mr. M-fet* | Oiaila-i-H air. flatbm �r. JcnltM, M Mi.tMrn) Hwb WaWaa, otU.IotW* -----^-^ Mf^Ma^i ftweia, ur.r��raa�lMs.*|t�s� DaOT^Woon^ Mr. ttctr^ Mtfiifc^aw Mafitk caatfo.-4bvUr.S Btxtt *md BaJtmattm tb* Stag*      Jttmt . ...^�%t..6,,,..:.,;B ,.v.:^ac|; R a.. t4o left aan itelaU ftk� -wlNrah-�eOTra*dwTOTat6f (SaPiirtWmaMM. a�4 n> p>�fwt iXAtm&mm, mVftiStm �aaan�t caubta-M�4ti*fiiadttwS_�*K. . - , To bign tsaair at Six o'tfeclb f*� Moneyt�b� tOTsraM a*W rkC_rtnwk^ flaces tk the totes M k ttlkea at riajaua*! ~ * J ^-~ tntTncaire. At* tkttt. 64 rtaw k_4eawaai By tbe Company of Comedians* AT the Theatre Royal in Corent-G *  Tacporro^,tw^thaythofoaoker, -�kirafwiaia' caUd ~ -r. � The UNHAPPY FAVOURIT� : The Ea*i.0oY ESSEX     ^ - Sffrt. Mr. lyaiiifcMkawfWB*. Mr. Walker, iarlOTia, Mr. |a� btri� j R.icnk Mr. li�la t 4s**� it^ibnb, Mia. Maaaai raU�l_BOTi Mrs. ttonott', NottiBftuaR; Mn. Maiiarr.--~--~- ��  ' SEE IF  YOU LIKE IT : pa,    ......,,_._ Tu all at Mi itaki. Wub Entetinimmtmti ef Damimg, faytktJmk A u�w Tiji>''waw by Mr. Qtotar aai MMs l^era. AaJthalwu Paaotk Jfeflkwaf,. y.^ftkaw -^Qaim; T, beaim enaaty at Sia dCUL At the Dcfire of leveral Perforts of Quality. By Hu Majeflfs Ctmpany of Ctmedtmu* AT the TtorMZ�ojft! m Di^rr-Lanc. ibis air. bnag tk am .ai��aUi-, j*ot�, Mr. Xvhm%tUt.'t)mu Mi. Hewiu i i-ia ibm Taylor, Mr,Oftf�*i Mppet, M/^_1rlwt'HaeI> ri,f. Mii.B�-� s M-na�#iM-�i�-ij-�yi Mis. WifSr/, UfeSaaWti :lfcOTB^irt�a*fc~�tii l|a*a ---- H'ttb Emterta'amtnti *f Damimg, wis. . End ot Aft I. Tb� t>r-sac  . aiiaelaa. U tb* ruy. lay r kg, Mn* MaMwal To whim wflllot a*M4(k |��M-aM-_t**) a yaanv cait** f aim mohjbiar______: Taken fi*m tbt Fremtb a/*Mot,iaaa.     ...     ~ PorW^Mf.Cibbsr; Puree*. Mra. Cu�� *, Sir \*S\at, Mr. theapar. laaivtw, W*a!#ati tm*1, Ut.U**l�; Many, au, Wwowavs J4ca�. Mr. Turbatt -, tiurlMta. MoMpt - Of bit mUjettft CemmaUp* tetfrnm* 1* te mmUmkt*4%m*4 'iiftimiir To bayta raaAly at Ms o'Cbu.       :.rrTz!L.. N. B. Tha Earar��ip�Mp *f CayM ami rfrtbi ia otUkIi'iL mIc socac ot ti>% toiu%6tMm �f a anacijaa P
                            

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