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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 15, 1834, London, Middlesex TUESDAY � .V4 .-TV, fderdaj arrived a Moil from Holland, and txt> ^fromBanders. . . \ Naples, September 28. . 1.'. ; .�. |1S Cathdkk M^jetly hatrrng again preftcd the King his Son to rtpair to .a.-.-.-T----- Skily, hit Majerty has dedar'd that he I^^^^SP^Ba B� tbkheV abnet the. Middle of Odnber i bat the City, ha* prtfentcd an Addrris to that Prince, to pray "him to ootttinje arnongft them till the Go-WrraaVnt is entirely regulated. .. Modena, CXflaler a.. The Marquis deMadkbeis, Lirotensor-General, pV-njiby tan Place with 6000 Men. to (otm the Siegejof.MV�n-t eattthefewitl be foon followed by another Corps, and* Mscnnt Tnm of Artillero ., t , !V ^atarat, OOtbfr 6. - Tbe two Armies etmtinne in their old : ffg^ jbef nave the Qglio between them: Our Troops draw a huge Sdpply of Forage from the Ferrarcfe. Count Konw-hnerder'd hither aU tbe heavy Baggage of tbe Armf, ZSlyfttf woRovcr cam'd tea Days Bifcuit fo be, dinHbutcd m the Troops, *m befieVd that be is a&oot to undertake ferae jajpsrant Enterprise. Tbe Allies hairing fummorfd the Gar-jjftaraf MinusdolatD anreadcr, the Goireniof aiifweVd. tbat It sanrelblv'dtodefeBddke Place to tbelalt Drop of his Blood. IScms, OBabno. The Miiuaderiianding between this ~&aaT*od tbe Elector of Bavaria, on occafion of the Trees ^ upon hi? Territory by the Engineers of Tyrot, is happily Btde op i and his Higluierarm dedar'd, that bis Contingent n aarcb to join the Troops of the Eropire wbenera de-. Paris, Oa&tr 15. Ijetrtewnt General de Cadrien. a, "ftndenvan of 77 Veari of Age, who was fcuxe icoWntaf. laWbaodsgotattbeBsi^atPanna, having receiv'd others atGoartaEa, is cone hither to be cur'd. The lift of dead dad wounded on the Day of the Battle of Goaftalla, en the hart of the Allies, fa as fellow: ____ .- Foot. Colonels fcuTd t wounded 8 Iieotrnant-Colooeb % 7 ffltft, Captains Lieutenants Private Kiel Officers Troopers 38 3 * **7 205 299$ 7� 4H , . 393� We bad Hor&s kiffd, and 448 woohdtd. We rrclcon tJttlorpmaWbad 2300 Men kiird.and 7 joo wounded; and wdtal impaitialrr, the Loft of the Allies, including tbe Sur- nz^smia^onbudlvcoualiothatof tbeGcrinans. - UulOMtriy Wnd S. W. His Majrtly'. Ships ftill itauua, and die outward-bound. Arrived, Preflon, Uallam, rnaaJd^bga; Ann Galley, Mofb, frorn Genoa. L. O N*. D O N. U|b� fioBi Napks mentioh, that the Count de Traun, Ceveraor, of Capoua, has lately plaid off a Stratagem upon the Spuim Troops which invert that Place, whereby coo were luL'd audi 600 wonsded. Ttat Officer having lately founi liens to run up three final! Fore without bis Walls, to fa-� im Ms Saflis, ina in behalf of the ^-^fta ^Muui, hri l.ajc&y very obligingly put into their ��>� bjr way of Anfwa, a Writir^, tending to prove that TOe�krMn had no Prwcafioo to be sssdutsVi the PrivUrgefr "�y*J i K he fame Day the Seftoat begat at Guildhail, when Coon-cil for the Petto who iafiittid tbe Ritht Hon. tbe Lord Mayor fane Mmthsafoinoiw! the Court w wkbdraw his Recetni-aace, bat the Court w plasled to order it to bt continued on ctB April next. . -;............4 . ^OnSunday Nt}rU^between Teiiand �emoXlotk, Mr. Ferg, a raroous Landfeape Punter, thoorJi not much known mTowa, being � Foreigner, Wat leToa. affimltcd, wd briuYd in a cruel Maantr by two Ruffians in Earls-Court, under the Arch near Bow-Street, Oweot^Gtrden. One of the Fellows bad est a light ccJoor'd Cos?, and ared Markopon .hJ�^^^^^^�Clarn� they wetf eJaug'dby the Watch and CatnarJe, tut arkrwanis ionad Meam to �Pake thejr Efcapey vv^ " l^wdoih^riogt tbis Day. at $t Minutts after i in the Morning j and 13 after a in theAf J^terdayBardtSbxkwai 14a, a 1 baft with the Dividend. IftJL4** ^>te.8e�ilhjjea Trading Stock ,�r jtoW 7 Old Anouitia) 1063 ^rartaeOpening. Ditto .|fftLAnsjn.105 c gths, *5 4ths. Three per Cent. An-mty 95. Million Bank ,199 AWcaa ao.^ork BuiM-"8?4- W Aitn^o4i half, ijitlii. LoadoaAlui.. I�* 1 WJ N^Ba^OrcuJatkVjt i�. t?�:6d. Prem. Sout^Saa Bonds 4I a is. Prtm! fadm ditto aj. %L&&Fnm\ - V**'** Cm- ditto *1. 10s. Prm, .WVW��. �W -vJVpktfM Books (hut. SaltTal-Hes. 2 % 4th$. a x nee Cent. Prem. . �_^_�, � . LADY DbWAJjfeir dLtPHAOT HOLDS hetAfl|mbly in the fame Houle that tke uwd MnrdimlrfkssljrhyVI lay n Boe-Qrcct, dartw-t.tht-<%woi''Bart?^.iv , ^ ^""l^aFHi^r^iry Seamen at Greenwich. THE mreamipmMajtffs RoyalimUdl � " firSeamtnmt G^ttmv^di ifnkj gh# Nttitt, iUt fitrb Buichrs mdCkftfrm^m&Mnrillmihftr** ttt Jkii U� ft
U)hmhual luprMMiitt-Makn f bit rftfal U'tghntfttbtPtinct efWaltti at tbt Ctrntr �f Btaufird-BuHMngt, and Jt>J*pb Jackfin, MatbtmitUal Infirumnt-Msia, im Aml-Ctmt by Surrj.Strut in tbt Strand, amdbj JthnGilbtrt, Matbtmatf^U-Injirumumt-Maktr, inPtfttm-Rrwtalfwtr-HilL Tbt Dtjcriftitn tf tbt /aid $huidra�tDirtQ'wt) fir fbtir Vfi, ii ghnnviitb (btm, and it fold by 4. Null at tbt Rofalixtbangt Gatt. > - Pritt Sis-ftmt. N. B- TbiJaidQnadrantt, cwimff diwdtd and fmifb'd by Jtnatban Sijam; art atfi H bt badjfj/hjf- Mtiut and Pagt tn Tovxr-bill, and ef Mr. Mattbtwt at tbt Btaub tf Grapti in v Leadtnbali Market. - ......______.__________________________ �Jj**�*day Night died at Egham in Surry, the Lady of the W*1^, Brother to the Earl of HaJiirax. a^**M *� tte Right Rev. Dr. Thomas Sherlock, Lord r^wSMtflwiT. wjfl beappoiated Clerk of the Clofei to his TnYVVt ^ �* Rw- Richard WiJles, deceas'd. V ****Kh \jthkb wti to have been run oa Saturday latt at "k2Z!�hJlm*xta ^ Earl of Portmorff'* Colt, Sir Michael a�d glr. Panwn's FiUy, � put off tiil No- fHE ggadrants invented John Hadley% Eftv for takinr tbt Latitude, or other Atnltt otSta, rxatlfidi- ~~ By tbe Company of Comedians, AT the New Theatre in"Gorman's-Fieldsj Tonorrow. bctbgibe itfibofOAubcr, will bcprclcutcd a Hty, cali'd King HENRT the Fourth. IVitb tbt Humour t of Sir j o u u FaIst�H. - Written by Sn*KCsreAft. FttnsfT, Mr. Hu!eif i Hoifpor, Mr- Oclao� , tm ffeurr, Mr. Hwidr. Ptuicc of w�lc, Mr. Oiffrfd; fricccjohe, Mr. Woorfwirt \ Wor-ceit.r. Mr W. GifT.rd; Moriinsf, Mr. Hiftrd; WtlimoiUm*, Mr. Mooic; Vcrnoo, Mr. Bardin} Dougui^ Mr. Harbin i I'luai, Mr. Hoho; Bircolph. Mr. Dutc; ltoa ; iijlUf-, Mr�.v7nhcrilt. To whitu will be � .a�e by Mir. r�o.h and Mn, Wood'ard. Buea 31. Baxtt and Balcmiti m tit Stggt 41. Pit 2 /. Gallery it. To begin exaclly at Six o'Clock. Ko Money �� be nnum'd after the Oarraia it dwwa �p. HEREAS there was found on Sunday Utt.-w the WhUe rtorfc CMar iaPicudilty, a Nurem rc-cetfr. the Sam T*��M*fi*�r�u. d�, pijrahla bf U*< Maiiocks ,. To wbkh will btodtfcat tartmlemrat (the N E eWlfANCEiy tfttHsnibrMr tJmitMOa^a^MIO^jatr^71 Ma l^y> Pawxa^^ifialiiiirw va� QMtttsn Hvror, M�u�ti^�M temaBaaim, by Mr. Utitatd Oanr wr Mr. Dei*s>ud�, Mr. OW atd flaV ~ aort Mra.Otm* 1 fuoifc, Mr.Wat4 JMIar> aad1 a)l the ojhrr rar^s to bt panbrmd by tat___ Boxes 5s. ht ja. Galkiy as, TJfmtr By Defire. . HisMt&fi Company of Omji^i AT the.Theatre Royal in Dniry "r Ki% irf* iff ^ c>^alr�thtOmm?t|?^ King Henry the vJakrlr^ Mr. Nareatt' -�-*-* Dak* of Bmlffcuham, Mr. W. Mi" archbilaop Cra�satrvMr. " iord Sanjs, Mr. Miller�I Safblk, Mr. Bamavi totw peJaa, Mr. SarnpardiUrd mm Mr, Turbutrj Cromwet. Mr. WW, Mr. Oaits l niSSnMmWmgl Co ukfttA Mia Hottidar. Towhkh wmtasieaj, COJLOMBfiVE Msror. MontfolrWi Snsoiard, Mr.Salwayt HwiaiaK Ploob. lnrwsofCnBoa7Wr*lBL Mf,|taa]iww Mr. CroYl j CoVombina. Mr^ Clrft 1 OttomhhMS'i Old Woawa, Mr. ToOhamt Sailor., dw. I ' C^n^��iika0r�r4iiL.^_ The Slbspv Dutchman ana TM jPwwms*, Mr.jnvaka | hbV W*m> Misv otbtr Cbar�A�TS bf Mr. llrwaMal, Mr. MKaVu IIM ->rr, Mra walrer. Mr*. MaVf,, Mrr.J)avvaewt�atf Mif >wes 5s. Pit 3*. FirllliaUwy as. Vppa Gt HKt-w h ^kari atthe Widow doV* n trWf�yfmA *,U*M.jl*fs pttrwrp3*MW"a^^ - ; Jtgainfl _ ... Jauis �m* Fkai � Cap. vii*M�'a,04aawBt, Aiundaiwe at Two, aod ih* Mattersm imt (bebaatat k*H an�oat ------atttr Three praltoy, by iaiBw ' mthliai tain fall ferny buadrtd Wrghfi, - N.B. The ProttoftW r^�lc^BP dal w'dmtta Thomas Dunne, Clan ft tbt " ttaftafeiav >Mjysj)hea; W vortb's HEREAS on the i2rJiIflftant,*SOTinC ltd want a�ay faotily is tbe Moraiaf lima aU.|�ais-Wawiac-WaU, �hip�ri�hr, hat Ma�*r,'aad) taajlt a#af Maid want a�a� tknrly is the Moniaff Inaa Mr. oa WtpuBf-Walf. ShiMriOr, her U^J/umtu^ with her a alvcr Taakard. mat I'd *. a, a. Wfattver arsaaVat MioMSab'd; or af offtr'd 10 htpaara'd orfeld. P��raVrZaadS MfooorVuto� whoo�Vrthe frWTaakard t�t�VaW�&�v - LOST on ThudUay laft; between 4 and * o'Cuck ia ifaa Aftcroooa. o�i of Irrn ra arasr. ts. Jaaaasa.a �crv (malt �ruta lao Soaokl aiuh �kh stag UmSlmffim � ' fcrcraj pretcy la�r� Lircr^olow/M ftaea oa tfcs Barfe *^fldaa arcr will bnag the afore&id ^*2%&J^j1^l�mtnV of rha Khaafaae In Jcrat|
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