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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 17, 1834, London, Middlesex                                &M&&t T It U ft 8fe eftf . .ffqm*   aasjoradvantagious------------_..... '.* so the Nctheriaad*; and 'tis high)/ credible, that hislmpc � ml Majefly may be indoe'd to try aJUlethodt to draw the one front the AUiince, or to make the other fbcoeEquiraleat � jbrreftoring the Uominions in Italy: But as our Neighbcuis � ate vtiy near as orach cmccrn'd ay oar fclves, in the Confe-epenceof having a good Barrier tor this Kepoblkk, we are ** confident they have top great an Influence ia the prrjrnt � Staterf Affairs, to fuller any Steps to be takenprejudicial to oarifcwnoB Intereft. - Our Letters from the North make mention of the furpri-" * gjtg Activity of Count Poniatowiki. and Prince Caaitorintki* in toe Service of Auguttus: Tbefir Gentlemen were in the" " Inttrdl of Stantibus till the Redoclion of Dantzick, but � mow lave the tuk Alanagemcot of KingAoguBos's AJEurs;' to their Councils is cwing his Majrlty's intended Journey to ^Varfcw, and the Dcfigoof pttbliflung a General Annuity, � whichi amrled by tiieir Ittr^ocs, �anooc foil to difiblvc the * Cbnirdcracia made in favour of King Standbus. i.   Our Letters from Paris frankly owo, that the Accounts of � the dead and wounded in the hue Actions in Italy, as firtt *� pdbliaVd in. France, were cookM np to hut the Palates of ^ rJwPtoplc.* ^l'is added, that the Court of Fontambieaa woe in tome Pain, leaft Count Konigiegg (hould receive all hb Rcinfurccmcnti before our Succours arrive in the Allied � Army i in wiuch cafe *tb not doubted but the imperiaUtts  v.ilt at-cmpt a decifive Engagement. The Troops of the � AWcs are in no very good Condition, and have fcaros any hot young Officers.'* ' If/fa, Stft jf- The true Account of the Treafure btooght hoa Braail oy tne Rio de Janeiro r'ket isas follows: For tin Aco��tof theEtng. aso Aiobsaod 14 Marks of Gold Dull aadlagou. 553040 Croades of coin'dGokl. 315 Marks of JSaW. and 560ft�m and $ Quintals of Diamonds: For the Merchants, 437 Arobs 6 Marks and  u�w; Eftjj * Gentle- .being tell from man of  targc'EBate in the County of feu'd with ha Apbplrclkk Fit near the hisllorfe, and died ax� after. Yc*eMaycame onTthe EWlwo of  Uatttr tholooacw tat Great, in the room of the Rev. Mr deceas'd: The Candidate* were the Rev. Mr. 1      w vefter, M. A. of Oxoa, and the Rev. &fri Barm, Curate St. Brides a Pket-flreet, when the termer was ekOed by a Majority of 14 Votes, Mr: Siiretter having 8S, and Mt. Bams 71. On Sunday HA Philip Roberts, Efip Son of Klajor Robnts. firfl Major in the ftxeod Troop of Horte-Gpards, and Nephew to the Lord Lovcll. kuVd the King's Haind on bring made Page of Honour, fn the room of John FkawUliams, Efq; 4ebmsVI.  ._ � ' On Wcdnetday text will be held a Court of the Elder Brothers ot the Trmny-HAmV � order to chnfe a Member in the who -      - *** admitted to BaiL " . , Vetherday began the Seffiom at the Old-Baily, when at Prifcncrs       try M, tW whereof ma&y conviQed, vim. John Butfar, ferhM^kingand entring the Houfe of Mr. I.ttcas in RcdLyon-ftreet, derkenwell. and Acaling thence Goods to a great Value 1 and Elisabeth Pugh, for the Murder of her fellow Servant, Richard Ward. Ten were call for J Trapfportation and ten acquitted.. _J_   . � High Water at Loawaa^Briflge this Day. at 8 Minutes ...... """ "     in'thei O&ttr 15.: Remain, the Deptfbrd, Pembroke and Deaaacc Men of VVari Richard and Mary, Chambers, for the River i Marcnaid, Rogers, for Lrgbcun. Cunc in and foff� Towers Wills, from iHmkirk tor Cadiz. Came down i OJatiuiV, Moram.H^gguK. and Spanifh-Town-Factor, Gray, mr Jamaica. Arriv'd, Italian Merchant, Carteret, from Lethornj Difoatch, Pcahallow, from New-England. Wind LONDON. They write from Rotterdam of the zzd of Oclober, N. S. that Oelkbc Sunday Afternoon preceding, arriv'd there a Tuunport ot Saltzburghen, dcfign'd fur Georgia 1 and aJtho' the MsgUlrates oblige all foreign Tranfpons to iby about * hfilcouiof Town, upon AppUcarJcn.madeb^ his Britannkk Vajefy's Agent, and the Conductor of them, they were im-aKmatciy aunitted. They expc&ed to fail the firtl fair Wind L kt Gravcfendbut if that (hould not happen till after the following Sunday, the ^ngbih Epifccpal Mintttcr there has in- jvird the Ckreyman-wno attelkfed tnern from .Augihurg to the Um of hif jrulpu, Xo give the Sauzburghers a German Sermon i with Which Complement they frem very much plcafed.v On Monday came anEaprefs from the Imperial Army jn _taly, with Advice that CapL Hales, Soao/Sir John Hales, ot Tafnat mKcnt, Bart, and Cape ot aCwnpan) o� Girmdieu J, nSbremberg's Regiment of Foot in the KmpeToi's Service, has lately fhpfdead in his Tent, by the acdoVmal DifiJurgc of his Fuzil.  At the beguining of .the Campyiin he narrowly ^Jtkap'd being drown'd croffing the Po, for attempting to fwim ' "Oyer jtoa Horfeback, -the Rapidity ot the Stream bote hon eft hkHoric, and beiag'almott fpent. one of his Grenadier;, who |eirihr*dir, plung'd into the Water, and catchiog hiffi by the : Hair, fwam with him to (hore. He was of the" Party, that with the hue Count de Merci threw thcmfeK'eJupon the French at the late Battle of Parma : He was alio prefeut at the Sur-|tmt on hlarfhal Broglio'* Quarter!, where be made a rich ' pooty { ait was afterwards amongd the thkketl of the Ere at the Battle of GuaiUlla. ^ Veteday their Majeflies and the reft of the Royal Fami'y �Wetted thensfiflves with hunting a Hind iu Richmond New Park, winch afforded very good DivciUcn for- near t�o Hours, |ahc� their Majcrlin and all the Royal Family came iu at the U***h, and teturo'd to Kenfiugccn to Dinner, and his Royal nWHac6*rot to hu Houfe at Kcw. :; YcAtrdsy Morning his Excellency Count Kinikr* Gcniic-**n arriv'd Expreis from Germany, with Dispatches from m� laaperial hlajefiy ; and latt Night about Five o'clock hi Excellency waited on his Majciiy at Kcnfington, to com-lm#atethettine.  On Wcdneuay left ten Horfb fiarted at Kingfloo for the H Plate; Bctore the Drum beat for tUning for the foil .^*V fe�n went off by Miflake, and ran once round the ^�k, aod were afterwards oblig*d to flart with the others tar ^hich waswoo by Mr. Lawrence's Bay Marc, who wtaacVlfixef tfccui tAcnrll^ieat, and came foft in the fecood mat. after 3 in the Morntegt nnd a; after 3 in'theAfterneoo. Ycllcrday ttaak Stock was 139, without the Dividend. In-dia 146. Sout^-S*a Trading Saedt8� t half, 82 1 4th,  3 8ths. Old Aaauksb io6 1 hair, for the Opening. Dkto New Annuities 16$ 3 Sths, a 1 half. Three per Cent. Annuity 95, 94 3 aths. MiBioa Bank too. Atrkaa so. York BuiUings 4. Royal AfGtraaot 3 4tha> London Af-furance ta 1 half. New Bank Ctrouatson 4L Pr�n, ^Soutav Sea, Bonds 4L a 3L t8s. a 15s. Prcm. India dine 4]. as. Prem. Three wr Cant, ditto al. toa, PMnv, Bnglifh Copper tl. 161. Webb ditto Books (hut. Safe Talliev a 3 4th� per Cent. Prem.     �       .�       .   . LADY* DOWAGER OUPHANT HOLDS her Afletnbly in the fame Houfe ih�t the Lor* Monli^nM hasty liv'J io.m Bue-Urcct, Cov�nt-G>r.-cn, ih.* Cwivct o* Ban's^oart. ' '   :, " U Souch-Sca-Houre, London. 90a. 1734. Y'HE Court ofDireflors 0/ tbeSoutb-Sea-Com* *- i**fg*v* Iff it*, tint thty imllrxfifi HJklt mttMr Htujk m 7breiuhit*Jlt-flrt*�t mt^tJm^f tbt ijtb tfNwtmbtr titxt, mt 9 ia ibtfm mm, _ 101 B*gt tfVkm*Wttl% m*4 43 Htgtttodi rfStfar. ; """      York-Buildings-Houie, 8 Oft. i 734. J*HE Gwtrmr and Court vf jfjjijlants of * tbtYmtBmUiBgiCmU*f 4� h*nh mr JVsi/rr, That 0 GmrtJCmrt fit* JkU&mpmf .  ~ Om Saturday mmt tW// be frtftmttd* Cttttth, taffj^ Mother^h>Uw 1 tr, The Doctor's tbt f^fMtf �flrlt-t*�fia.Hoait, t)*ST coming pat of Drury-Jat hnitie! 00 M"oasr Nlghi. the Uib loihut, e'l wTnTioenaH1'*.P"hW>'�� �Mt a OoM Chaw  fedi, one a Cmi of A^nn thaecbtr a HtaJ.T ^ them 16 Mr. Booihhv, a OoUfiai'rt, at (pa Parrot ikaUtiAHT�imtyfiutti^t�iri^ eTOLN or ftray'd"from oif|he 06nj 0 OpperJale. ^ir BptHig, tflit, a larfa I high. �orrt�TrYts>anW. MMfc Maneaad ran, I t*r�M e, �te?w�th� Wwa^fM ast tio','4 TaveriH or to Mr. Lawrence till, (hall bsvti Ooioat aaward, 1 N.& Paynwat it Hoot at the Bank, hilt'. Owll ft*** i Ooioat toward, *n4 aoQaetUoo* aia'A . No|re�erifrw rtASS ol imutelt, rh�x(aM W� ware Oopt, aae oai|a.M^aT2 T and fix fromrha Sprtia J^Moo to Totf| mat froa. iht jjath *^J*mm will tsiry r*te>atf��tatteabk r A ^ IT Bai >Hjaht hocat by C CutfariKMW, �MM� esibaoge �U�y M Mr�bio>l couliaat A
                            

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