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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 12, 1834, London, Middlesex ftjUrisj arrrtfd a Moilfrtm France* MadridSeptember 28. ; ORTY Trasfptnt Shipt, with Troops and Ammunition of war, ere getting ready at Barcelona, and wilt fail fnottly to Italy. They are to take wadithcm fear Regiments of Hotfr; who ttc to jomtheABkimUmdaudy. A mi ......uthftop diftrdfa" and manual DMvgkJbavinJE patch this Country, and anierabry the People, kts Majefly ordeVd the mi* notion linage of �r Lady of Atocha �h� c�ry^ � Proceffion, aod Prayers to be made for eight Dm tarda* �� obtain Rain t whereupon the ProcrCoas be-naonae i8tb, and that Imigr having paid! Vifits to feveral rhacha* �nd �' perpetual Mas having been-contrna'dfor ibflat ate thtyv at wnkb ill the Rdtgjam by turns afified, it htpB to nun tin the 23d, anJ the Heavens have contiraatd fa now cVwii ever fioce. fo that weexpeddaily a new Older �-CoBrt,] for new Procrffbm and Prayers to reobtain fair 'other, or thr Countries will1 be reduced to great Danger fcnaihf TV�rm We bare another Lady as famous for Son' jhac, if oar Lady of Atocha.b for Rainy Weather. " fdrlK O&ober 16. Oar Letters fton laly of tbe 4th left. lenvJnn, that the Irnpenalifts comiwatrl in the fame Pofta, e*> eSaw every moment � Reinlbi cement of 7 or 8060 new-fipVdMen* and it� or t acted Veterans whom Prince Eugene hsddeocb'd from the Army on the Rhine. The Troop* of He Allies are likewife in their old Sanation; the King bfSar-frq hat hVQuartew at Sabmem^W ineW*d four'new Regiments from Savoy, mid a Corps of our JEfik> to the Number of 7 or 8000 Men, have already bm'd the Mountains, and are daily expected in the Army, in a^Mbeioaxporatedwith the old Regiments. The Mar-tan deCbatte is dead of his Wound* atGunftaQa, bat the other Cmenl Officers ate judg'd oat of Danger. We have Intdli-(Mtefrem Mantua, that great Numbers of the Enemy are �eV there face the Bade. Coaw Konigfrgg has his head Qkuim at Burgo-forte� his-Army is diipto'd behind the jjjm*4tmd or Caufcy leading to Mantua. They write from the Rhme of the 5th Icftanf, that our Atmj eaoHnoed then encamped at O^mbur^ and their Tents iD anned jn I but Maiftul d*Asfekk havisg Ence rrcerVd the �aw> Pleefiire is the Dntribution of the Tioops into Winter QuAns, � preparing to Ieavr the Field, and wc cxpea jby thn die that part of his Army is in motion. Prince �ugcnc III hi the Duke of Wirtemberg to command at Haiabton,the Onhtnf Aiembergat the Black Forcft, andCoomScdomuoifr at Hetddburg, where feme new Fcttificaaans are *"- ttm Redoubts ate thrown op in the Iumdof Neckerao, \ pknttd with Cannon; and the Lines ate contian'd by the WrisUs from the HOI above Heidclbarg w the BrihL which �a^� acd half from Manhcioi. . The JXttcbdi Dowager �f Orleans, m an Excefi of Piety, lmunxnd her Rankof Abbrii, asdadctcimind to pais the tet of her Li fc at>a Private Penbn. The Grand Prior, wh� is rrmrtff WaVtheKtagNGarfcT* � MarieiOcs, having brought away the Prince and Frmcrfs afModemfiom Genoa, wn^out the Qwpizance of this Court, TWehsjitLetters that inrimaw as if tbeKingof Profiawas nWd, and at thelaft Exuemity, Dmt, OStitr io. Wind Weft. His Majr8y*s Shmg W Waiar with the Kent, Tkkaer, the Benjamin, Ballot, the J*ub\ Delacomb, and tbe Alice and Deborah, Ward, for ChiV Notmnhun, Peddie. for Sc. Cfatfrmhcrt; Prince Fivpcfc, Eaks, for Africa: GlooceJkr, Allerr. for Ncw-WMd t Queen of PorregaL King, for UHmt ttKNeptone, hrnmsom, the Lark, Jcakinfoa. the Samod, Major, and 1 Dougkfi, for Oporto j the Dove, Hams, and the Thaw* aidSufiuinab, Smithfon, for Barcelona. Pit hack, ftiJnriasd Mary. Chambers, forGnrakar. having loft her Mn�Ma|, and one Man, who was wafiYd om-boaro. w LOU J> ON. Tettniay bring the Anntverfary of their Majeftks Ooromv tjtt\ thrir Majrftrt receiv'd the Conmlimrnts of the Kohffity. "VMiniflcn and other Perfemof Dntinaioa, the Appear. fwhomwm both iiomerous and fpkndid; at Noon the Park and at the Tower were nVd, and in the 5^3> ��' were Becfifes, Blmnuurirps. and all other pnb-nrmwnmkiijs of |oy thiougnrwt IjnmWi and Weflaaio- He fm tWoaryCoinmiftoh'd Onker that wmfirvM ftbta tint mtsm Wreck of thntrknlt Fleet, when Sir Oondefly Shovel wwenftnway upon the RoctuofSoSty. Yefteroay the Indian King, Queen and ChWft. dtn'd with George Heathcote. �fot Wof the Troft^ for Q��r1p% aid Member of INnJiament for Sotthwark. at hh HooftVFen-darch-Street, ami fiomthenoi proceeded to GbodmtiVFklds Play-Houfe. The Report ot riwir being w ftop at a Punchv Hooiebn Lodgate-HtlL as kwasfaUe;lo kfm great Of* fence to the Gentkmen nam* who*Cam iterate. Oo ThwiOay and Ycfterday the County Trow of Militia c4Midd1ciet, comiaantkd by bis GtacttVi J>Se of Ncw> cattle, paraded and wen mul�M m IiaoihiVlnn Fiekb, Ycfterday the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor came to Town from his Houfenear Croydon I and thk Day hb Lord-ftio witt hold the ffrft General Seal before MMnttmms Term, at Liocolnj-Ian Hall. HttMajefty'a Sloop the Bonetta aniv'd on Wtdoeiday laftat Falmootb from Jamaica^ " Yeflerday died Mr. Baker, a WoUen-Dnptt In BUckV Fryanf, repnted worth 10000 L He was a Quaker, and onmarrted. -\ - v Ycfterday the Grand Jury at Weftminfttr found a BiU of tntfiEtment agamft one RtcJiatd Temple, for Perjury. C^Moc^yk�rxuigithe3euWacGuild^onTueflay at Hklcs-Hall, and on Wcdncftlay at the Old fiaUy. DnUim, oa.t. This Week died at hit Seat, th* Hon. Majcr-GcneralNichohrt Price, Colonel of or* of his MajtftyY Regtnsents of Footnow in Dublin, and aBrlgadiet on this EfUbliftiment. - _ ^ Laft Tterthy the Rigbt Hon. the Eattof Barrymott and lus Lady cmbarkM for Englaml ia the Pearl-Galley. This Week died at Ca&^tbflRev. Dr. Whkherby, Dean of that'Gtjr, and formerly aFeJlow of our Cnlv.tfiiy. The Packet-Boat whkhhadon board the Mail of the 94th, paft, was by the VkJence of the Winds laft Monday drov.w thclflaet Man, and caft away on that'Coaft, but alrthe?oul> on board cfcapVL-and took the Mail oa Shorn with them : they hired n VeflcUt that iffend to bring them| tete,' f hith arrived in our Bay Ycfterday* in about two H�irj after the Packet Boat, which brought m the two other Mails. Gmlkvatf-Qathtr t. TUs Day we procrcUed to theEhfc-tjon ot Warden of Gallway, a Chuith Living intne Donation of ritis Corporation, vacattby theDeathqtthe RcvlMr. Henry Hart, and worth about joetf. per Ann. when the Rev. Mr. Ss� imiel Simcocks, who auurrieo Mils Staunton, a Relation to Thomas Staunton, Efcji oar Recorder, was uiianimoufly cleft-c4 midmdtiaedinmtheuu^Wa^ Girl StJeviv t� ttatPariJbi im in tbt Marntif h tt*,jt*>t>. Mr. Smith AJWiw^/Wkr mt AUgmti, amlU8*tr tf St. Alfott M*tftrtt* t $6* vtitr, im tbt Aflvrmm% bj tbt Rev. Ur.JC^. Pnafhtr *tD*hritbColl
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