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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 19, 1834, London, Middlesex                                S A t 8 r p A y, 6ct6j,sMjs w ffiftiq arrived the Malls from Ft * Holland. ranee and ^ I Peter/burg^ Oilober i. H � Dmiiies of the City bf Dantltick having been admitted to an Audience of the Emprcfs, their Spokcfman harangued her Majelly with much Eloquence. He told her, that the City or Dantzick, become fcnfihle of the Mif-fortutK of her Dilplcafure, lued a Return of her Favour ; and intrcatcd, that in Consideration of their unfeigned Submitiion. flic would mitigate the l-'ine jCtf&A upon them, and intercede with King Augullus to yjjfe&aw his Troopt trom Fort Wechfclmunae. To this tics: Overman sntwer'd, in net Majeily's Name, -and told frca, that an K.vaminjiicn (honld be made into every Thing fiat hid pais'*?, and that they (HouU have their Attfwcr in Ma Pay*. * 1 is reported, that the Prince of Beveren, who hern here, upwards of a Twelvemonth, will be fljonly dc-cat'd High Admiral of all RufGa. Trt* tl' "f     Oglint OS. 11. flThe Marquis de MaiDeboh hiving been inform'd by a Pealant, that the lmpc-lialrfc were laying a new Bridge over the I'o, in order to ad-nece to the Relief of Mirandola, that General withdrew his Amftvy 'rem before the Town, and march'd thro1 the Mo drorxe to rejoin 4he main Army ; but having learnt upon ferorr Advice*, that the Imperial Army had made no Step of C�t kind, the Marquis return'd with his Troops before the Torn of Mirandola. and caus'd a large Train or Artillery to be brought from Moderm, with which he'has fince battci'd the Watts, and purpofes to make his Defccnt to Day into the jyfc. Tis thought that the Governor only waits for a Breach m hi� Fortifications to demand to capitulate, his GarriFon actually con&fling of no more than 300 Men. On the 7th Inllant the Imperial Army decarnp'd from Bor-gaterte,and filingoff to the Right, palVd (he Folia Maeltra, and cue to encamp at Callcllaccio, which ipread a general Belief On' the French Army, that Count Komgfegg nad a Ocfign eatocktaem, and accordingly, on the 8th in the Morning tk Drums beat the General, and his Sardinian Majelly and the tac- Marfhals rangM the Army in Battalia, and Uiipced, their Troop* to receive the Enemy with all poilibie Advantage ; but (ktjcnruiu kept quiet till die next Day, between 9 and 1 o in tatfcvefiing, when part of their Army repaU'd the Foffa Mac-fn, and early on the ioth the General mardi'd tatk with the stA, and mum'd into the Seraglio. 'Tis impoffvble to penc-raa Count Konigfegg's Intention in thefe Morions, but the f SBue of a general Battle, which has pfevail'd here (or fame Dsjrs, is mightily, gone or! fince this lail ilep. We learn from Houi, that nine Battalions of Foot, two Regiments of Hoiie ad400 HulTars. pab'd hit Night and this Morning thro' the fie^bourhood ol Govcmolo, with defign, as beltev'd, to txaiur Mirandola. Futai, Qde&er 13. -Prince Eugene arriv'd here the ioth Isiici hoot rbe Army on the Rhine, and waited-upon his Iaperul Majelly the fame Evening, to acquaint him with the $accd� of the Canip-iin. A grand Conference was afterwards IdimiiisHighnefe.'* Prcfence, touching the prefent Situation ofl Aftin; a&d*:is alTui'd that the Emperor is refblv'd to aug-am his Troops io Italy to 70000 Men, in order to form two Armies, one whereof is to penetrate into the Milanefe or eli'e-tee, whdft the other obferves the Enemy's Motions. 'Tis fci (ids Resolution has been taken in pursuance of a Plan tranf-wanS hither by Count Kanigfrgg. By the Lift of Kill'd and Wonadeo in the Battle ot Guallalla, as publrfri'd here, the firft awoaisto 1581 Men, the latter to 4072. There wa� 1642 Hones kilTd, and we loft two Standards, five Imall FkW-pwes, and the Kettle-Drums of the Regiment ot Veteran^] tidi (uferd mott of any in this Attion The Men which IKtoVc fcnt into July, as well to recruit as to reinforce our Ara* (here, are to be drawn from old Regiments, and to be fka ai can handle their Arms expertly.   The Court having Olwfaat Umbrage at the Military Preparations which the of Bavaria is making, wrote to him on that head ; but SJbN?** ��?T*di�tely- fo�t Aolwcr, that -he was-wyptorilu^TOrthcSeciirity of his Country, and would never waenafceany thing contrary to his Imperial KkjcAy'sInterelt. fad Letters on the nth laituit from Conftantinople, im-I P"*^ 5*** tWQ Aoibafladors were actually arriv'd there ^ �a� ftrfa, to ttcgociate a Peace with the O.toman Porte. Advices tram the frontiers mention; that 'the Tj**?*^�y��g up large Magazines of Ammunition in �e fkfca, and have accordingly fent thither twelve hun-*""8artds of Gunpowder.   Tis feir'd they intend in th.e Spnaj[inattack fomc of*iis Imperial Majeily's Couuuies on �"*^�c, lite Porte being infligatrd to fuch Attempts by-Count ?*S?8l *ho uKreafcs cvety Day in Credit with the Vizier, ^-pufabckly reported at Conftantipople, that an Army of J�?�J>fkni� to rrpau intbatZy to the Fionticrs of Europe, *~**G�>P upon the Borders of Croatia : And 'tis faidas pnaJ^r, that the Grand Signktr is refolv'd to conclude the *""��� Perfia, even at the Price of all his Conquefb, but * .        �omc, our Portrefl'cs in Hungary and Sclavonic OnJer. that theTuiks will hiidu noeafy J'a/k to rf*V. General Jcrger is gping into Bohemia to cbm-�^^^/IWds, and to excrttle the Militia io fuch Manner " -        them vicM.   The joooo Rafluns which the �_�*� agreed to futnuU the Empcior, areorder'd into f Hoer 'u, 03. 18.   Tb* King's Miniflers have oprn\J Con i*OBat Foiiuii;bleau, to examine the various i'latis which j**  3,cr-'ng ,nI� W*�"er   Attempt upon jhe J'ox- tificatioiH at Neckmu. Hi, HigWi has atfo poSed feTerai Detachments along iIk- Rhine, and b gonetoSchweningvh, to be at hand in cafe of Aftkm.  lis ftkl, the French have fo regulated their Winter Quarter*, that they can at any time aiicmble a Body of Soooo Men within 48 lloun, and fubfift th.*m from their Magazines, which arc plentifully ftor'd. Df*k OStin 17. Wind N. N. K. �i� MajcflyV Ship the Deptfbnl. Defiance, and Pembroke, ftill remain. Came down and fail'd through, Nile, Elton, for Turkey ; Mary, Paxton, for Jamaica * Molly, Thorowketrtr, for Cadia s Prince of Orange, Tucket, for Lifbon. LONDON. They write from Vienna, that his Highncfs Prince Eugene of Savoy, the next Day after his Arrival at the Imperial Court from the Army on the Rhine, paid his Excellency Mr. Robinlbn, the Britifh Miniller, the ComplimcDl of dining witfv htm at his Houfe. His Highnefs entcruin'd that Geritlemnn with the principal Tiandttiont of the Campain, and made, the higheft. Encomiums imaginable upon-the Genius, Prudence and Behaviour of the Prince of Orange, to whom be had confided every Resolution of Difficulty and Importance, both to hear .he Sentiment and Opinion of his Highness, and to fcrve as a Leflbn to that young Prince in his future Conduft. 'Tis very ltronely reported at Vienna, that as foon as the Imperial Army in Italy has recciv'd all the intcndoHlcintbrce-ments, and (halt be in a Condition to acl, according to the Emperor's Scheme, his Highncfs Prince Eugene wuJI repair thither, to take upon him the Command. � We hear that his Highncfs the Prince of Orange has been at the Court of the Landgrave of Heflc-CaiTel, but let out at Thurfday bfi to ptocctd to Holland. His Highness puipoies to arrive at the Hague on Monday next, and from tbeiicc to rcpir on Wednefday to Hclvoctlluys, to meet her Royal Highncfs the Princefs. We are aflut'd, that the Time of the Prince'i Return to Holland being now fix'd, her Royal Highncfs fliews the ut-motl Impatience to embark to meet him. and accordingly has excus'd herfelf from ftaying to receive the Compliments of the Court, on Occafion ol her Birth-Day, which is onTucftlay next. Her Royal Highnefs advances happily in her Pregnancy. Some Letters from Madrid mention, that the Court of Grcat-Britain having repeated very urgent Inllances to hb Catholick Majelly, to procure Satisfaftion for the Britifh Ships taken in America by the SpaniQt Privateers, his Excellency the Count de Montijo, the Spanifh AmbaiTador here,^ hts tranfmitted to his Court all the Reprefentations Which the Britilh Mmillry have madron that head i and Mr. Keen, his Majefty's Envoy Extraordinary at that Court, having tur-theiaHieTirnrvery ctofcly pre&d Don Patiuho, his Gatholick Majeily's Prime Mi-nidcr, with relation to that Affair, the .King of Spain has at length ordei'd his Council of Commerce to take the fame directly into Confidcration, and make, their Report to him. that proper jullice may be done to the Britifh Subjecbaccordingly. Letters from Berlin take Notice of the extreme Tendernefs with which the Prince Royal has attended upon the Pcrfbn of the King of Pruftia. fince his. Royal HigjhwaAi Arrival from the Imperial Army. His Majelty received- the Sacrament with great Devotion laft Sunday le'nnight, and fees Death hallen towards him with fuch a Serenity and Courage, as surprizes and greatly cfFeOs every body about him. when the Letters came away, his Majetty was alive, and had fent the Prince Royal to make a Viftt to his Regiment,. We hear that the Hon. William Finch, Eiqs Brother to the Right Hon. the Earl of Winchelfea and Nottingham, his Majeily's late Miniller Plenipotentiary to the States General, Will fliartly be fent on an EmbaiTy to the Court of Ruflia. Yellerday Count Waldeck, a German Nobleman^ eldeft Son of the Prince of Waldeck, arriv'd here to fee the Btiuih Court. YeAerday Abbot Strickland, Bifhop of Namur, who lately arriv'd here with a private Commiflion from hi> Imperial Majelly, had a lonte Conference with the Right Hon. Sir Robert Walpole at hi* Houfe in St. James's-fquare. On Saturday next the Right Hon. the Earl of Peterborough is expected at his ScaTaf Fwlons Green from Hampshire..__________ J -we-hear thar i5c of 1000001. by Subfcription, for difcouming Bills of Exchange, Inland Bills drawn. Notes of Hand, Sec. at an Allowance of 5 per Cent, that the Management and Conduct of this Affjir will be put into the Hands of fome of the moll eminent Merchants of ihB~CiS^cand that fuch Bills, Notes, Sec. will be only discounted, as the Drawer, Accepter or Endoricr thereof wall be well known to thefe Gentlemen or their Officers. On Tuefday lall the Lords Commiflioncra of the 1'reafury fign'd a Warrant, directing the Quarters Iutcreft due upon' the Loans made on the. Duties on Salt lor the Service of" the prefent Year, to be forthwith paid at the Exchequer. Thurfday Se'nnight laft died at his Scat at North-Wellin-haro in Lmcouiihire, Matthew Boncheritt, Efq; pof&fs'd of an Eftate of about jt0001. per Annum, and one of his Majeily's Juttices of the PAce lor ihai^c^lyT Yellerday there was a Meeting of the Phyficians, at their College in Warwick-Jane, when a very fine and learned Oration was made by Dr. John Hollings, Phyfician (O his^fajcfly. Erratum, /� TburfJffi Paur, injltad �J "John Fitz^uUiami, Efq; deceas'd. rfad promotea._ Ofwjhy, OS. 13. On Friday lall, being the Aouivcrfary of his Majeily's Coronation, the two Companies of Lieut. Gen. Tatton's Regiment, now here io Quarters, commanded, by Capt. Newton, at Nooa march'd to (he Town-Hall, and there ftr'd three Volleys: In the Evening the Mayor and Cor poration were invited by the Officers to an handfbme Entertainment i and the Companies being again under Arms, at each of the following Healths fir'd, via. a& Majelly the King, her Majelly the Queen, the Prince of Walrs, his llighnels the Duke, their Highnefles the PrineetTes, the Prince and Prince!* of Orange, the glorious aud immortal Memory ol King William, Sir Robert Walpole, the Duke of Newcastle and the Lord Harrington, the Duke of Devonfhire, the Chancellor of the Dutchy of Lancaftcr, Succefs to his Majeily's Forces by Sea and Land, Gen Tatton and bis Corps, Profprrity to the Corporation ofOiwcflry, &c. At Night the OfficersQuaitcis were illuminated, with Bonfires at their Doors, and Barrels of Beer given to the Soldiers at (he Guard j the whole concluding with the gtcatell Joy and utmott Order. High Water at Lonaon-Bridge this Day. as 1 a Minute* tfttf 4 to the Morning i and jo a/tcr 4 in the Aftciotoo. mm m1 Yeaerday luliSlDcltms t}8 t half, IwHa �4j f J44 r half. S�oth>S�b Trading Stock Si 1 half, Bt. Anmritiei to6 3 8tf�. 106 1 4th.   Ditto New Am to;. Three pit Cent. Annuity 99 t half. Mutton Bank i� Africa* 20.  York Buildings 4.  Royal AuToranot 09 t h LondoB AfTontnc* ta t half. / New Bank Grra&On Prem.  Soutk-Saa Bonds jl. t6s. Prtm. India dktO Prem. Three per Cent, ditto al. iOs. Pre�. EngTuTi 11, t cs.  Weilh dkto Books Quit. Salt Tallies, % -Prem. _ :, Aclmitalty-Officc, 17 Oft. VJi^ , 'THE Rifbt Hon. -the Lords Commffloiurs frnkt hinging t* kit M*J?fl%i Atyn the DtftflrJ, FaA&^'mipm art ^r*v� ta it* frintifalOjftiniandCtmmijfafr* etiM^-fj and C#rri*tt fir tbtir BtJJim and Cl**thj. J. BURCMETT* V South-Sca^Houte, London* iS o�. t?$4. T�// E. Court of Direflors of the SoutbrScdJfrmi; *  part t�w Njiiu, that tht 43 //*iAf� nt adJed, The Comic Scan*t^of the Uft lintcrtainment, cjlTd HARLE^J/1N in the City. tfab *A*ttt$**l itrmtt tf A8m. Colombitw by Mr*. Hamiliuo i ftatkouin, Mr. luo, km. Co* lombcwH Hmhiuid, Mr. Aossa i Clown, Mr. rcakcMtnua 1 Y�o* ai*o. Mr. Wtihcrilt 1 ti\ Looduivr, Mr. Hu4: 2d tuadctwr, Mr, T'lpbam ; Yt^unao  Wife, Mil) Ccrrard i ill twdmer'i Wihr, Mrs* Woodwtrd ; ail LuoAoer'* Wife, Mifi Jandlwun; H* iri> ; E|� Wamsa, Mr- Mimlali i I'uruu, Mr. Pcarw Moi Mr. *>r�i. Baskcr-Wransis Mr. Gic^lf. Wjih nc* atufich coospos'd f�f Mr. Sctia. Boxtj andBaAoniti tm it*Stagt jr.   Baxn 4/.   Pit tt. 6/. . Galltty tt. bd. ti. R.  No left tian ths lull Prit* will be raken during the time of the Veribraiftncc. Aitd to pevcat Ohtirucllunt. no fciloti WfeaiffM, c�u bt adaitied brbiml ib� .^ccxet. 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