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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 14, 1834, London, Middlesex                                tbftkk 14, 1734. V > >,x       .     -- gftjkrdoy artrv*d a Mail frdm Holland. IVarfaw% September30. 1NO Augnlftn is expelled here towards the latter End of next Months The Deputies oi the feveral PalatbattJ arrive daily, in order to Hffift it the General Diet of Pacilicaticn, which, as fome People allure, will be held immediately after hi* MajeftyV Arrival; but other* think that the Efttcl of a general Amnelty will be firft tried, there being feveral of the Nobility who jaiwitM to leave King Stannlaus's Party, fo foon as they at^twt of an Indemnity for what is nail. TheJlody of  d at Montigiana was occaficn'd for want of Foap, that Country having been alternately ravafc'd by the tm Annies thro' the whole Campain. We had fuch bad Weather when we pafc'd the Po on the 25 th, that it was the �7th before the Horfc could get to the Camp affign'd them. We broke up- our Bridges, and threw the Boats down the Jttfedo We are waiting here thTthe Roads will give os leave 0 drag along our heavy Artillery, which we hope however tall not be long* as it has held up for two Days paft. fttua, OR. 6. -A full Relation, of the late Actions in Italy nit lartpobltfh'd here ; it mentions, that our Army made in tie three firii Days more than 4000 Prifoneri, bende a very rich Booty: that we ihould havcgain'da cotftpleat Viftory, ___bit lor the unlucky Death of Prince Lewis of Wirtemberg and tteotter Generals; that after the hotted Pire ever known, our Tmn rcturn'd to their old Camp, .the "Enemy purftiifig at a pM$MxfK'ii and it remarkslikewife, that the Allies, iho' ikfv pretended to follow our Army, did not dire come up with it |* and that the Enemy having remov'd to Lu?ara, when they hard we were no further oft" than Montigiana, rcrir'd back to tbtir Inuenchments at Guallalla. Beftdes the Troops which lave already join'd Count Konigfegg, or arc on tbeir March beta the Rhine, 2006 Croatian* and four Regiments from Hungary will bd fent to him. To replace thefe Troops'it has b�orefolv'd to raife 25000 Men in the Hereditary Countries. TieRegiraents of HuiTars will be augmented to 10000 Men, cfi. Account of the good Service they have done this Campain 00 the Rhine. General Wallis is fet out for Italy, and will be ttfttmly follow'd by feveral other general Officers. film lie Ufftr Rbiiuf Qtl. 13. The Imperial Troops, draw off daily into Winter Quarters.. The I rencfr Army re-auutu at Offembourg > 'lis noryet known when they will (epa-ntei buta Part of-the Houfiiold Troops is matching back to fnmce. Marlhal D'Asfeldt has drawn a Line irom-Ofivm-bofeigtb Emmedingen. P*ristQa*bn 11. TJicJCing has rciblv'J to have a Fleet" of fifty Ships of the Line, ready to put to Sea by next Sptiog ; _n�hicb Purpofe, the neceflary Orders have been ditbatch'd to tbiNinl Ports, and all Hands are at work in building new Slips, andreptiringXuch of the old as are in any Condiucn of fcaitt Service.  Our Advices from Spain take Notice, that Atfare in like Manner turd at Woik in augmenting their Napl Force.   We are impatient to hear of the Arrival of -ItafEtang at Peteriburg, and to know his Succe6 there; iirthe WffisJ^naBerirfo itli upon us, that unlcfs the Troops TOhvkina my flrort time, tbey rouft flay there till Spring. ^CM leara nothing of King Sunillaus or his AfEdn, there-�� concJud?, that lomething is privately contriving, which *|^Jail togive Life-to tiis Party, aadSuccelsto bis La-".*�^""Somie Part of the Militia order'd to itnly, having Difconteot at going thither, u Contention is arifen ** *wr�LProvinc�7 to obtain Leave to fupply their Places, "gfrybaagefleem'd tlie*of\� and-few-beenfound the^Bcdof Hoaour/ Notwithflandiog the Continuance of grearrPrepara-W��far War, the Difcourle is all on Peace, as _il the Deflgns to bemd inConjraxics : 'I'IbVis Ea�L that ^T(tncej: are on Foot at Poritanbleau, London, Madrid," ~jj^na, not to mention the Hague, where, howeyer, the *W�r� meet with fome Afilduity* The very great Num-P**fOaariers which go and come Irom all Parts, feem to pat *Pj*ndeoutradi 1p>, fcc. � tojhif Ejrea, � That^en hb Majeftrwii^^ "� Altena the Part of his Ti�� apflpnte4.Brj(�n the lmpe.rial " Army on the Rhine, the llamburgbers pubbm'd falfrly and 0*1, Oaobir 1 z.   Wind S. W.   I lis Majtfty's Ships dill ; with the Kent, Tickner. the Benjamin, Bcuo!, the |!~�p.Delacomb, the Alice and Deborah, Ward, and the v   j?%Lr'tt*� Kemp, for Cadix; Noitingharn. Peddie, for X^.'M*1'** Prince Frederick, Laks, acd the Dove, r^Wi. for Africa} the Glouc.eOcr, Ailery, for New-Vpjdi Queen of Portugal, King, and the Laford, Smith, the Neptune, Peppercorn, the Lark, Jenkinfbn, ?*J��Wei, Majoi,  and --, Douglais, lor Oporto ; g*?^ Harris, tor Barcelona j the Thomas and Sulanaal), and the Richard and Mary, Chambers, for GibiaJ-"{nftaBcleik, Baily, fw Pert Mation ; the Thomas ^nd ^2,7J^owrt,' ,or Brittol ; Jotin and Frances, Ellwood, 1        >JC>r I Truro, Francis, for Falmouth ; Mareinaid, 2*V1,|0!�l Peiejftjjrgh. tor Lcgtscrn,   .Vriv'd. Elizabeth, mtv9^. ^*r04 alio MatitmuUlle Roland, from thcOpeia at Paru, and arc bota CDg^^'d 10 perform at tne J beau c Royal in Drury has. fligS Water *i lx>njc� Kfilg' this Day. *t 5 Mgaute* [ after 1 in the Morning j �u z$ aJKa 1in tbe AftcutMft. o �# The Innocent Adultery. Villeray, Mr. Ryan i Biroo, Mr. BrfiJgVsicri C�m BeM�l��ajbV Robcrit i Orlot, Mr Watkif) rMf*^ * Chapmani tampfoo.Mr.ttalt} Julia. Mrs-iathaamsViOgfaT,acta*, Steven*; Nuil'c. Mrs. Martin 11 libel It, Mr*. M*u*et> To *hkh wi� be adAtJ  Comedf o� two      imermia'd wufclmga^ ptrform i Nt twice, (ali'4 _ SEE  IF  TQV  LI KE IT 5 . O r. *Tts all a  M 1 st a Rt.    ' leittn. frtm Euvtiii and Siiaki��i*�. �,4 - The priompal Part* to t* peifuini'd by M�- Si�vM>�*r, Mr. -^ mtn, Mf.Ajt��, Mr.Mullart, Mr. �i4 -.�'�-..�:    " � liGjtb. EntertsimtHtt    Daneim^, fartitidmrlf TSeltichinoeid MsifiM b� Mr. Ufu sto� MlfiRofN And the Scoii l)vie by M'.G)**�r. Mr. *ai Mrs. Mr^ictte sad MiH* S*ttnn.  ...... 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