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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 9, 1834, London, Middlesex                                All Tejterday arrvtfJ a Mail from /M.rai. Aft/air, Seftember z$. ____       , , 11X tha�nd Rrctuits arriv'd here afew Days ago, for Service of the French Troop. The Tax calrd the iDntn* grows every Day more heavy upon its, and- in a wort time tairft-cctfe thro*  real I nihility in the People to furntfh the Sum exalted. Mantua, Sep. 29.   Coatrt Konig- _ frgg pab'd the Poooche 26th with ha -~ Army, and came to encamp in the Seraglio. We have Advice, that the Army of the Allies have fckewifc aofc'd that River, in order to binder any Attempt of the Imperiatffls on the fide of the Ogfio. The Imperial Army . fea*been jotn'd by the CroarioM, by part of the Garrrfcti of this Place, and by zooo Recruits, and as many more of the fatter are arxiv'd in, the/Tirol, on their way to the Army. *Tis alfo aflur'd, that ftverai Regiments arc daily expeded from tie Hereditary Countries. It looks as if Count Conigfegg de-jWd to continuetheCimrnin all the Winter. The Imperial Tioops arc ftill in Poffeffioa of Mirandota, QatilcOo, and KV Veto. Forty Officers taken Prisoners in the late Action, have - bten-fent-inta Getinanyr Geflcnd Valparajfo, and Major Spikx, Knight of the Teatonick Order, died hereon the 27th, of the Wounds they receiv'd at the Battle of GuaftaMa.  ,, ' Pttvfbwg, Sept. 14. The Six Damzick Deputies arriv'd fctre the 6th Inilant, bat have not yet had their Audience of v her CxarrJh Mapfty. They have applied to hrs Britanntck Majesty'* Miniftcr, and other foreign Miniften, to ufe their* �ood Offices in endeavocring to procure   be is Readtnefs to put to Sea early in the Spring, in cafe of need. M. de JLeftang, whom the French Court has lent hither antb. a particular Comroifljon, has had an Audience of the Carina. � Kafks, S*fi. 21. AnExprds is arriv'd herefrom Spain, and has brought Letters, as 'us (aid, from his Catbolick Ma- ~ jetty, topreb the King his Son to repair immediately mSicily, Co mew htmfelf to the People, and engage their Affiaftioos, his Catbo&k Majefiy {mmifing It the fame time to remit him a Million for the Eajence o? bis Voyage: His Cathohck Ma-jefty Ukewife exprefles has Intention, that Don Carlos (hould add . 10 ho other Title*, that of King of the two Sicilies and of Jeru-jalem; but we hear that an Anfwer is gone back to Spain, whereby his Neapolitan Majefly excuits faudelf from complying with either Article, his Prefence being of no little Im-DOdance here; and as to the Ian Amur, theTideof Jenualem tt at prefent us'd by the King of Sardinia. Htmma, OB. 2. The Court has taken the necefluy Mea- - foes'for enabling Count Conigfegg to continue the Operations of the Campain daring the Winter. Orders have been drf-Betch'd to*the States of Auftria, tofarniih within a lirnined tane 1233 Recrmts, raid to be defigtfd for Italy: Arid 'tis aftWd, dirt the Court has condudedarw r*nnces of the Empire, to rumun a certain Number of Troops '�_ tick, rate lent hkrw&tb^taly. Some private Advices from .-� ow Ariny fay, that there was fo great a Number of Men loft t t� bothides in the Battle of Guailalla, ihaToeUher Party has Beaton to boaft of Advantage.  We have Lettcis from Con- - fbumnopk of the' tft of September, meritioning, that the War ftiU fubufted between the Turks and the Pcrfians > but that a Report went, as if the latter had ram'dAmbafiadorstocortcIude a. Peace with the Porte, and that they were actually on the Road to Conftantinoplc. Theie Lcttm add, that Count Bod- __ieval omitted y Opportunity me�citgtJbe,Joiw wtake Ad- va^s�^Se^ar tbTEmpew u engsg'd m, and to attack hinidtewile. Tbeven �ud, that helmprcfenteda Planto the Grand Signwr, io kthim ibe (Jbe lirtk Diffipiky there would be to'penetrate into the Hereditary Countries on the - Jtakof Bofcia : But we are perwaded, that whijft the War contiiacs brtwecfr the Turks and Thamas Kouli-Kao, the Porte wQl have fomething eJie to think of than to break with his Imperial Majefiy. Te Drum was lung here thjs-Day, on Occaiion of the Victory gaio'd over the Allies in Italy the rcth aad 16th of laft Month. Baron Hanigg, win has been latdy raiW^to the D^niry ofCouoc of the Empire, is talk'd of for db VicenPrefidentuiip of the Aujick Council. �    ' . ' lUtijlm, OO^ yr^vatx Eugene pafc'd by here this Morning, in his'Way to Vienna, by Water. -Upon theprcf-nBglalbocesoftheCiuesof Hamburgh, Lubec, Bremen, and ^.others, the Eropeior has wrote to the Princes Direclon of the Qtclei, to except tbofi; Cities out of the Prohibirion relating to Trade. This Order is contained in a fort of Regulation near, ~  �-kin to that settled in the Reign of the late Empcjw'jtacpb. *n3Tftilt encamp in the Ncighbourlib^oftJus City, wM fcwp their Situatiuo rill fome Pan of the French Army fhail have recrafe'd the Rhine. The lail Advices from Wiitbcn-hnKaadAeSlack Fatcfrimport, that the rnhaoitaots are all P,evcM Enemy from penetrating father. General Peuaich, who has wiih him a Coips of Obfervatioo, ju* becn'rei&lorc'd with a conuderahle Number of regular Troops. * ^Jtimtmgk O&kr 8. The laft Letters from Berlin advhe, "at his Pru&an Majeftywas not dead, but thought fametbing JtwwrVl t and that the Air of Berlin being judg'd better for his M�jefly than that of Potzdaro, the Pbyficians prtt'd to b�x *m remov'd to the former Pl*ce. His Ma>efly has given to Iroce Frederick-Hewy. his youngeft Son, the ProvoiUhip of theantient City of Magdeburg, vacant by the Death of Mar-g"eCbriaiw-Lcwk TheDafncnces which have tubfilled "^'an between this City and the Chapter of Dome, are "fc"gjb accommodated; those with the King of Denmark "**PP�ly contuiue. Some Advices from CopeaharaKO meo-��, tlut his Danifh Majrily had concluded a Treaty with the of Great Britaio, by which he wis to furwafc IfrBmaa-Majcay a Body of 6000 Mca io cafeof need. Oatitr 8. We begin UG to apprehend any new. �9J�w Italy, having been in&rmVI chat the Enemy'a Army **� reducd to 20000 Men before the law Rciniorcemeots. to cJ!Ie D,anaf�f* �od bad Air at Versailles being imputed ttoS* tm^�l Exhalation fiom the great Bsjon, whicb was a^^^ogfctd, tuc fame i. to oecleanled duiiog (he w the Court. bJafi^ifo^^'J* A Rr�ttI�tio0rftbeSu?f*Gtoenlhas on iTrade&r Gxty Leapw 6a tbcCoa^of; Africa, withia the limits of the Cootpaoy, dorms tbi^Ma �f twenty Yeari, paying to the bid Company �enam*DuoH aad fabjectiog themfelmto certain Ruietcontab'd in tbeJaMl RcguWions, and in the Charter nranted to the tut Companir. -      $ DcmI, OAfo-7. Wind W. by S. Remain his XIa-fly's Ships Pembroke, Defiaact and D*ptfor . York Buddings 3 1 half. Royal Aftumnot �o-Lc�k� Auuranc* tx j 8rH � 1 half. NrwBaak Cirea-laaon jL7s. 6d. m^.l'im,  Souti^a Bonds 3I. 18s. a "4I. Prem. India ditto 4L sa, a ap. Prem. Trace per Cent. I ��ro ct. 101, Prem. Etiglaa Copper tt: fto: Wellh *ogls^drin^raftlb proceed7�^ ,They feem'd to be an acUveflout Pedpki andateJhar would be welcome to any Ottuntry.   t '�' r Thb Day their Majefties *a tke reft of the Royal Fam'dy wul nke thcDiverfionof HttW^aHmdon Hoanflow.Heatb. Yeiierday hnJ^valH^lmawtVPrmccof Wakrwattofce the Alterations which ate aiaauaf in his Gardens adjoining to St James's Park, Hb Grace the Duke of Montagu hat oteVd a fine Monument to be creeled in Weftma*W-A&bey, to the Memory of her Grace the Dutchefs of AtboMrk. Yefterday there was a board of Admiralty, when Mr. He)> ben was fwom in Captain and Matter of the Royal Escape, aad receiv'd his Commiffion accordingly. Brigadier Waring is pfvparing to go to the Spa in Germany, m ufc the Waters rot the Recovery at his Hcahhr Waller Bacon. Efb^ Repitfeaitaove in ParuaawK for the City of,Norwich, cootioues darytouiTy UL      f~. Scveratlnvalids are come over from Aaapotit Royal, to be taken into thefenfion of Chtl^; College. Aioft of them have been there ever fince the Deftent upon Canada, in the Reign ot the bite Queen. On Monday ended the firft MeetJag at Newmarket, when his Grace the Duke of Bolton's bay Cok beat the Duke of DeconutrcV Colt foe jrio Guineas.  ' The other Days Sport were aa ioQow: OtThurioay the Earl of PortmoresCok beat the Duke ef Bolton's Cob. foor Miles, for aoo Guineas.        "' - The lame Day the Duke of Bridgwater'* frey Colt brat the Duke of Devonshire'* ha/ Cob, fbor MUes, for zoo Guineas t and only two Horfa ftartmg ferthe Kingjplau of 100 Guineas, thatMie was won bjLC�M. Appkyard'tUoifir. On Friday tke Earl of VtmmSA Chemot Cbkbeat Sir Robert Fagg's Mare, for aoo G On Saturday Sir Michael Newton's grey FUlry beat the Duke of Bridgwater's bay FiUey, Patcb. fbotMiks, for 300 Guineas.. r       - Saturday neat the Earl taC. Portmore> Chefnot Colt. Sir Midori Newton's bay FOIir}, And Mn Panton*s Chefout FiUey, are id ran Sweep-Stake*, too Guineas each.- ^ B AN K * U P T. Henry Burton, of WoodoTidge w the County of Suffiik, Grocer and Chapman. 4 Hr|h wacer at Umkmi-Btilgi Out Day, at to Pabliclc.lr MOTIVE is Ixrtfy#w*h Grmr*l i?W      *TfeVw htit m JManAyi AT the NewTheam ** tti� Dif. .ntkgtbe*ther Octeacr. ttThc MERRY WIVES wi taf�' eat ooce. To �aka will b* �rucltCi>na&l*�*v*r k.u�a n ih�ki�|�p. mtmUiof �|[Ojalvf mm Ojatiy *M% *> �>� i if| woouo. Me. MooUOi rurart. Mr. Ktttti Caiket**' OBUUVMr, SxulU     ,   .^'^^Sf Btxummd Bttlamttm tbt Stop ti.  BuoitLh Fk \ '�����>� �- -:   ' , 'fia%i #: 6*f. -KoVfttLto tbtioll rriMwmtetaltmc-. ta� Prrtoe�.iH�. And to pitttar ObAraOlon*. �0 ;f *��.b� aaaitic4bebladl�ntse*���^/    V- TobestnexaaivatSijtci^ KoMot^toberetorn'daW tlwOirtaJnl rUee*: tuc tba i�*ts to b* takva at (i^imirt r By tbi Company ef AT th� Theutre Royal in  .y, bfinf tbt 9tb.of o^obw, wiab*|���*oaiea1 The UNHAPPY FAVOU^� ^ The Earl of ESS fifes. Mr. rt�Mi Sioihsmptoa, Mr. Walker b�u; JUk  �I 7 To �bkh wtU madeftii OMnoifof 'tnaactt,sartvmikll I n**tr petKma i bsfoca, i*at�from vUwm a*4 tbattaf *1iS; all a M1�tanvkv The prrnciptl Pan* to bt pniorm'a bf Mr/�K>Ppv!a*r> raso�Mr.Alt�n, Mr.MaUsit, Mr, Waoar, Mr.JsaW  ' �h4 Mifi t�i�4s. H'itb Emttrtanamtnti au�w TmntMsawbyi aad lb* tuts Oicse bf Mr. Clover, afr,Oala|i .Mr. Mia* J�4 Mit� B*|kifc Tt bexi* t*a�tf at Si* J* Royaf in _ iJusOsy, bte�ihe fm ofot ^The ip;^i:9^/-i^YMiM FTrTr, Mr. Qjw s Tornflw**, m^U^jmMmi^mW^ Lortnin. Mr.w.Mt�UrOo*�ta, Mr,Ci4liv RtysaoaiLjit " ��ra, Mr*. Oi��t r*f*ta, Mt* �bw*lioti�. ^^"^/f With Ztatrlajmwmtt    Dmmimti tdm%:' Ua of Aa It. A lajilin; l)*�� by X. Matter O^tilntMtfii aoa of mQ III- sneDutcbau a�i bis Vila by atf* ' ' Mn.Wtl.cr. ��  ' __ tad of AA IV. Tbt trim Troi by Y. M*nrr Oaiat.' Ui a ib* flay, Tbajljtjrl^by^air^:IfTeaV �ir�7* --Mr. P�U�ft Mf. O���opo�i, Mn. r*)li*� atd ntift To �bka �iU b� aided (bf psrikutir Dtfiret'Tft �~ The ~~M O C K   DOC Tetktn Jim th Frmb tflAoi\.iu%u, DiSlor, Mr.CibUr, J^fat^MriLfiiCi^H�J " Ituadvi MiZMmlmijj i .0i*|< Mr.M�tbbu| H Jamfi, MT- Uiab i U�uk���e, MitVMfaBr M*m�(o be xntu at ibe Widow Cuoi'i bi the. , Mi bit HfuOrt CmmmuaiMrttffi tt bt arfawrtrtl. ..Z.--------TgteiewairitKto^^slu By Hu Jpajfftfs jf^T the Theatre & ** s n u i   tor. Q, Friday tbe 11**. hfiamt, mt Ibtamt Hmt^H\ rntimm* p�fl � tbt Ttrti, jatfii*, "     " A-WMmw patUb tfWtiitftrtMrXjfi*; AGun, of the Value of Three Poundi, W UmodtU Yar4�^UanM/aaabttktt,UWs�9mf*^m^mmmM H �aoealii CHO VET % Surgeon, hit new F|< C�"t�r. car
                            

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