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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 18, 1834, London, Middlesex                                fefttrday arrived a Mailfront Flanders. from the Imperial Camp at Borgo forte, Otl. 6. |E are extreamljr bofy here, preparing for fomc important Even;*. * lis a general Suppotitibn, that the Count tie Konigfcgg defigns to march up to the Enemy, � ibon as the VVajrs and the Weather render it pra&icable. A Body j of 1500 Foot is lately arriv'd at Man I Wa, to replace that Part of the Gar-rifon which has join'd our Army, and 2000 others are hourly expected from iheTlroJeic. We long to face the Enemy, being confident of Succefs, could we meet-them upon equal Ground : But let their Situation be as it will, 'tis univertaily belicv'J we ihatl anack them before their Reinforcement arrives. We have Bridges over the Po and the Secchia, To flrongly fecur.-d, that we can pafs both Rivers without any poflible Interruption. Frtm tbt Catnf of tbt Allin war Berelo, 03. 6. Several Tfiou&nd* Pioneers are arriv'd1 here to fortify this Poft : Men arealfo bard at Work to fortify Guaflalla, to which Place his Sardinian Majefty rides every Day. to give his Directions, and fte how the Works advance. Milan, OStobtrb. The Lift we fee here of the Officers JrilPd and wounded in the late Actions, is txtreamly (hocking, four hundred Waggons, full of wounded Men, were con-dueled to Parma as loan as the Battle at Guattalta was over. . Hamburgh, OSlobtr 15. We have Advice �rom Peterlburg. that the Czarina has dedar'd her Rcfolution to refide there all the Winter. A Courier was arriv'd there from Derbent, with Hews, that the Perfian and Turktfir Armies lay almoft in fight of each other, in the Neighbourhood of Babylon ; that Tbamas Kouli Kan had caus'd (omt Fortifications to be thrown up, which would inevitably annoy the Turks in any Retreat they ihoald make, fo that they were redue'd in a manner to haard a Battle. *Tis certain, the Ottoman Porte has at lift broke their Silence, and made fome Propofals with relation to thrAftairs of Poland. We are inform"d that the Primate is to be brought to Riga, to make his Winter Rcfidcnce there. DttJ, 03. 16. Wind Eaft. The Richard and Mary, Chambers, isiail'd for the River. The Mareinaid, Rogers, ��i?d for Leghorn. His Majefty's Ships the Depttord, Defiance, and Pembroke, Hill remain. Arriv'd, jobs, Harris, irom Bofton. LONDON. Yefterday there was a very numerous Appearance of the Nobility, Foreign Miniflers, and other Perfons of Diftin&ion at Kenfington, to pay their Compliments, and to take Leave of her Royal Highnefs the Princds of Orange. Her Royal Highoefe will lay on Monday Night at or near Cokheftcr, and defigns to reach Harwich about Four o'CIock on Tuefday. Yeucrday two Parties of the Horfe-Guards march'd through this City, to lie on the Road to efcort her Royal Highnefs the Prbceliof Orange to Harwich. Her Roy it Highnefs Princefs Amelia is expected at Ken-Ju�e�rTomorrow Night. ,, Hit Grace the Duke of Grafton, Lord Chamberlain of his Mijefly's Hou&old, and the Right Hon. the Earl of Grantham, are likewifc expelled the lame Night. We hear her Majelly has made a Prcfent of an extraordinary fine Suit of Child-bed Linnen, of great Value, to her Royal Highac& the Princefs of Orange. Orders are every Day expected from the Admiralty for tlie Fleet to repair from Spithead to their refpettive Ports, to be bid up lor the Winter Seafon. ' The Lords of the Treafury have been pleas'd to appoint {WWVGee, Eft}} to be Receiver-General tor the County of 'oik, in the room of Mr. Wilkinfon, who hath refign'd. And alfo to appoint VI r. John Robins to be Surveyor of Houfes for Cornwall, in the place of Mr. John Barron, decent- __On Wednefday laft the Right Hon. the Earl of Rarryroore *"^.^JL*4y arriv'd here from Ireland ; and Yefterday they Wiitrioo their Majefties at Kenfington. Lift Friday the Right Hon. the Countefs of Coventry fer] * from her Seat in Worcefterfhire for London, in order to **ke the Advice of Phyficians i but before hex Ladyfhip was Wine two Miles, the was taken fo daageroufly ill that fhe was j oblig'd to return back to her own Houfc. Utt Week Thomas Wilkins, Efq; Serjeant at Arms to his \ Maje5y, was ciiofen (at three feveral Nominstions) a Burgefs, Alderman and Mayor, of the Corporation of Brackley in N�thamptoiiftrr|: On Tuefday next the fourTrcopsof Horfe-Guards andtwo -Troops of Grenadicr-GuardsjviU be mufter'd in Hyde-Park --Mr. John Smith, AlTillant Warrhoufe-keeper of unllamp'd 1 Goads in the Sump-Office, is made Collcftor of the Cutioms JJJwlboKWgh"" in Suftoljf, in the room of Mr. Crab, dc- iaftThurflay dy'd at |he Bath, Mr. Edward James, an *T���*y of a very lair Ch.11adLcx.and great Practice at Gloucester. Tomorrow being EffoignDav before Michaelmas-Term, !*Uurts in WvivuisnAcr Hall will be open'd by the Puifuy *rr*of tacht:ourt ��?W�dnrfday the Hcufe of Mrs. Alfop, at Great *� Efll-x, wai broke open and robb'd oi Linncu, "^�gApparcl anJ Vine, to a conliderablc Value, p'^wday the Seilions ended at the OtJ-Culy, when five ""7*ii *erc try'J, (our whereof were a�.<]iitCid, and one H^~P|ky for 1 rantportation. The two in our former �Wttoad to be capitally convicted, receiv'd bcnieatc of jTfaSeivaots of the Lte Mr. Cantillon arc referr'd to the 1$ T�- *he Lo;d Mayor to be admitted to Bail. Tvv*The RtHt^H sal (a Comedy mitten by the *T��&�ckingham ) will, by Command, be rcviv'd feme FRID AY, Ottdii^ i^.iyst L- - � �.I lll�-I*. Day next Week, it the Tkcacrr Rbral in Drarr-Laae, tail that Hfr. Ghhrfa. (vbo to not amcarM on the Stage tkcfe two Yea^) will perfcma the fart of B*pn. High Water it LoBdon-Bridfcr dw Day, m 41 Miaates after 3 in the Morning; and ^7 after j in tbe ArWo�aa. Yefterday Bank Stock was 159, tjS 1 fcalf, a J 41ns. India 146. Scuth Sea Tradnw ^wck 8z 1 4th, 8a. Old Aah nutcks 106 1 4th, for rJte OpeMf. pine fitm AaantMs lojjSths. 105 1 8tb. TfcreepotCttt.Anwity94J4���. Million Bank te$ AfrioH 20. York BuiMiiip 4. Royil AfTuranoi 99 3 4tl�. Lnni- ACanoot tt s fcalf. New Bank Circulation 4I. Firm. Soois-Sai. Bonds 3L i$t. 5L 165. Prem. < India (Stto 4I. 3s. 4L is. a r& Prca. Tkrcc pef Cent, ditto il. 10s  azs. Pma. Esglnk Cooper iL �6t. Wdfh ditto Books fhat, Sab Tallies. 1 3 alba per Cent. Prcni. _ Admiralty-Office, 17 Oft. 1734. TTHE Right Hon. the Lords Ctmmffionen if the Jdmirmhj art berth} Amid m pot A'arinr, rimt tit JUk* be-'sxgi*g to bit Mmifft Stiff the Dtftfird, Padnti, mnd Dtjuntft mbo art eljnt/hm them, dtprtkiaibnfmr tm btitrd tbtm mt SfitbtaJ, n&Ubtr titt mn wrdtrd ; mJ that DtrrSimu art givt* to tbr frimcifmlOfeertmmiCtmmijfcmtri tf kniim-jejifi AWj, mp* tbtbr jfif&batim. tt mUrw tbtm OmImS ihmrj, arj Carriagg fir tbtir Btl�mm mmd Citatbt. J. BURCHETn By the Company cf Cemrdiansy AT the New Theatre in GoodmanVFields, ibis Daft being the ifcfe oTOAeber. vfll ac ftdeaaaav Co- uedy. e*U"4 The   COMMITTEE: The  Faithful  Jriftman. Col. Csrek&, Mr.   Ooara. Mr. rcriwtbasaa . Tco-mia Mr. Wethenk; ill LnaA/cr. Mr. Htad. ti VcmSaner, ut. TopBarit; Tcoaus's Vire, uiti Canrl � ill lutuci'i Woe. Mr*. Woodward ; *& Vtjft, Vt�* *safTaia ; Hob Wtwn, Mr. Norris v Woaus. Mr. MmUb^ rontn, Mr. tare* and Mr. Ayces, Oaske^Woasa^ Mr. Eacft. Wiibnrw Mdfisa cnopcWd by Mr. Seedo. Bom and Bahamus m tbt Stagt  n tbm roll Tnat w2] be rak=> isrhf, iht Tiae of the Prrfutauotc.  *ad to ftrnm ObftraAlm. bo rortoa mb�ttttt c*u be tdmiited beiiistl the ice***. No Marxy 10 br icars'ii whu cWOarraxs t� draws ap. To bepn exactly at Six o'CIock. pU�� for die aoac* to be tatoac f*Sf)tem* dftrtiMifs oppofr? By tbe Company of Comtdwniy AT the Theatre Royal in Corent-Garden, ^ ib>* p*j, bctn( (be (Stls   arcfeaed a O-nxdf> eatt'd --------- The   PLAIN   D E A LE R. Written by Mr. VCuHdUr, Tbe Plain Deader, Um. itri^Kvaier, l�rd tlmiAx, ut. Hipriflry . Novel, Mr. C"h�pau�; Varxatk Ut >Ran3i,l!r. '�U \ Ob- vi% Mrs. (!ortji>; fuklu. ut*. Imhmtm ; Wadaw Blataasre, Mi*. Mullarr ; Jerrr Bi itkjtrr. Ut. Mcsk-. to whtth #itl be addct a Farce, aner aAed fber� tatlwr. �aU*d The  M O C K  T> O C T O R : , on. The Dumb Lady Curd. Mock DaOor, Mr. A- f>ai:��; Iccidkr. Nr-Stcfodarr. Sir Jaifcr, Mr. Morgan j RjCcn.Mr.HaltjaM; Jaao. Mr. titlUu, liarrr. Mr. KuJoot. Utirr. Mr. Jaian; Dr. thrflrfiw. lit. MJUtu; tXucai, MOirWU; Charts re, Mtf^Br-tfcs. It'Ub Emtirtainmats tf Pamcixg. fartinlarfy Tiwbociioc by Mr. Coat* a�d *a-fc **(ttt~ And the Scou Dita by Mr. Gwr. Mr. DriifjiStm Mn. O&Ka, Mr. Lc��c ssd s*i& �*fl^. And Tamarrtnu mall be fvtitmd OtbILLO, M*at tf Vtmct.   Tbt Part tf OtbtSb by Mr. Stkwe � s� m Citiztm sf Landan, wfo awr apftar'J em amy Stag* t*f"* By Hts Ma/ejJy's Company of Carnations, AT the Theatre Royal   in Drury - Lane, Toojirrow. bcto( ibs^>�b cl OOdfcn. via he ftiaHd*i-v mc 4 vrr u^>cao>,rt. N>is>B, ��- **3* t ajl�, Afito f >n and Mif. Uatcm**'. -t laiiiH Volir*. ft^ by i}� CiaaitiuuJ aod o.Kcf*. Boxo 51.   Pit 31.   Fird GaUcsy si.   Upper Galkry is. jfr/A, JMaeJ Htrfi wfm tbt Pawmtnt im Wth4mhQbm\\ tn in rrVAftrw* ttSixtuNahti THE noble ELEPHANT, k.  & ^t^tWBall^alk^fndahrttOSTKlCWI troaa SaUat to vVotb^barr, beicg the t*�grftt<^ a> will bt batftoetUthld CttyVHr*: ^ .6  ...  Tf- bt SEE Ni  '*V tint Day mmi ft- iht fiitmrt, ittwttm ray ITdarr |f figtt (Pritt tivt SbtHi\iJ i* Lthf/ltr-StUti CHOVET's; Surgfcoft, hWnew iVJL gore of Auatomilwith fctttat lmprowMatMa la� ki avnffrom bis late Hoot* { Orhnge4tr�tt> which rrpraaaat at man ctuUi^downopea aJfbl^^ttPpok�i open'd alitff Circoltfion of �ht Ucod Ii audi riubW ibw' Qlaf* t�ka Tbe Cinalatwa is aUb fetorroeaiht Mother to rka C tba Child to the Mother { with tht fiftoUck WdrSnft  hrardot J vhomr km Notice �hrrelicts to hit Wife �tt:itff atuielsid, wMr.Mwy M*mm at H^hMntiear Kocbetttr in tUni. or to Mr. Homtd LjUBO>rd(aW*li' lioy ifrccr, tonjoo, ftsll w�l��T�oOuio���Re��wl, , :':mm Hot*, He it �t!�o f�arth/*lookiiit M.o. about Are root tcitlatlat* higti. bro�a tKlr, about 40 Years at AfeHttd on  dirk*b�MraOni�t^ Cast with a taraa Ctpr. a r�U.aa Frock and WaiUtoat WiiS H�al i IwtoM, Cock-sam Breeches, and a new I'airni Slues. ODE away with by a Man .rom Joi IJ ...... - j - ....... jvivii IV. WiUuefj'a, at S�k4ill b�*lc�xh,a li*M |tf t HMfta&at W (ecu Hands and a hsUblRh. abiut �i|bi Vetnotd, mstk'dl. W. la . the ag Foot btfora � Br and Msrlr otrtfta Hoof, Wbt*�ar brinfy bkj|" to the windtniil at Slou|h afoMftM, (bill have one Outeea Rdwafd. a DlROPT the 15th Inftant, two Rings, ont ' ftt �lib four Dtsmomis tod two Kobits, tha'otha* witb i Htaciaid and two Oisnj�id�. and OM fair oHUr-rlr)|� At with til Ra*'. bin. WhueMr mil brine the Huns to Mr, H �berr Uksfky, JewttttTy in i)i(Beo%at�-lt'eert (haU tuwa OttaOaioaa � ward, and ao CcyeittoM LOST Yefterday, -.betwilf the Hours of T�elrc and Two, bet warn the Salauiioo Ta��ro, BilHofliatsv^ arid the Roral festhang*. a flight Oold btsded (ana with a blatf Suing ia ti. and a �*air of laan'd leather Olorer. W heaver will brlai the Cans to John* C ffce-hou* in SwIihtog'faUey near the Moya 1 sU���C, Coali bare One Goinea Hew arj, and no tfticliions ask'd. LO S T on Tuefday laft about i* QfClock* �car tbe Sw*o Taeamat Itraifjrd Lanjihoio, tt&t. rttank Nota lor 201. No.H. ^fsMbtoioMr-HoUrtvyililini^irtZ^,^, 171*. Whwml�ioKsir^lVr:'Jiiiura�arhV�Ai tba tb^tmuZ t;o^d-T�ecM,_or to Mr. Lawrence Cola'i ar itte ulwrdii [!0f in CmZ tali, (bait ha�e a Go�n�a Reward, and 00Qnelliuni aikU - N.n. Psycacnt n ftopr ar the Dank. No tresierJtewarj will btglVra. OS? orrireftcrday fe'rmight, between 4 and 9 �'Cl�*k   'he Alternooo,oat of Jeimro (trcet. �t. lime*'. � " femli wniu Uii spaniel Uiub witu fdna tireycolunt'd Ears, and I pietri latce Lirer-tuluu, d Spots otirkeBrtkaudtidta, Wh^."~ ill bring iiiaaforcfaid Spaniel to iti� fHUfCOdkU. ai jj, aj--ot ibcAcaiaai 1:. jcrnyo-flrcei, thaU tcceire a OaFnas Katard, a53 aa  . Cooper, at Mr. Taylor's lOMfriifttf^tS   ""11 Wht  lakni it up, and w,l| brma it tojuha Are or Wtfbaai     1 (ka.ct. atttJCKufeandCrowpiiiM.JuhnVdrtct, ftiall IwtehalTT   -rieunca Be*�.J, and noQj�lii�ft, a.W; 1        ^reaau a ANY Gentleman that has a Mind to enter into a profitable Bufioefi, ci her in Whole or Part; with abaat n  kt aiihr-ilull be w�ittd"p. r. , For        by the CANDLE, AT the Marine Coffec-houfc in Birch in-lane, aa Tliurld�y the )ill laliant, ti 4 o'clock in the Afiernouu, ibe ^9V*�aa4*'        j |,yip| j, ,�,, BM IndiaCompaaysWara. a� Casks fine Arrack, *^hovle� 1 bei�t tlw Goods lately belcf irg %o 1 cb- towlw I-"**. C Cap** * M  fi^e �Se�*�l S�lipe��' m x\ tcr* 1, aod x\ B�g�, fine Harsws fouB. XU Arrack. Cotuu. India, tad siicklaik. so be lien aod tsflfd ia t^O^paor'tW^'htofetbeJIiM tb� tUU-ta^ta-liooir. 00 the 3)lb.--2i&, a�a )il> lollaot.   Tbe Soutf ami f'cail-itwll� 10 be feca at ti" lit In L>ycr�-iU)l� Tt.atrcs-tVrect. f'ocn M�n>i
                            

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