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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 21, 1834, London, Middlesex                                the t>aiiy Advcftijfcf. ,. ,-�*,, ,................. M O N D A Y, t)"cto b. 1714* arriv'J the Mails, from France and Flanders. Cologn, October 22. O great a Body of the French having repalYd the Rhine, the Imperial General has judg'd it prudent to reaficmble his Troops, andTias order'd a Camp to be form'J between Scbwcmrigco, Bruhl and Ncckerau, in order to cover the Workmen who are throwing up a Line from Ketfch to the latter Place- The SSS9amiv French have drawn 50 Men from each kfnjjon of their Army on the Rhine, making in the whole. ixto Men, in order to reinforce theirv*rmy in Italy,. J StoUtlm, Off 8.  Men obferve, that the Advantages of ' Comktcc encreafe daily, by the Preference which our Mcr-etaats, and particularly the Directors of the New Ealt-Imtia-Caapooy, have before Foreigners, in buying Iron, Brafs, and P ^ �btr Froducls of this Kingdom.    1 he Landgrave of IPeft Rhiiuells refafus to confent tb.it the Fortrcfs of Rhin-�Bsbepat into the Hands of his Majelly'i Troops, as had kraagreed by th? Emperor. Itmti Off. i. Some Letters from Naples fcem to intimate, a if.tbePcoplc btgut already to murmer againll the new Go- S'tf&t, Off. 15. TheCaftleof Gonzagua in Sicily is rc-JacedTattd the Garrifon made Prilbncrs ol War: Thofe of JndEna and Trapani will be next befieg'd. '"tjgSi'OB. 27. They write from the Camp of the Allies * Oantniflagio, that the Marquis de Maillebois, who had bdore made an Attempt upon Mirandola, but abandon'd it spat falfe Rumour, and afterwards return'd to bdiege it again, wsafecond time reiii'd from before it, upon certain Advices, not0000 Imperialilis were laying a new Bridge oven the Po, grtme to its Succour. ; The King hunts ac Fontatnbleau five Timcsa Weefet but akttany Council is held on theprefent Pduurc of ArTairsyjhis Uajtflycomesback in Time to be preftnt at it. * Dial. 03. 1$. Wind N. E. Remain his Majefty's SJifpk. ftssbrdte, Defiance and Deptford.' Came down fall Night sad ^Td thro', Charlton and Betty, Douglas, for Spin; VSdhire, Adams, for Leghorn.__________________   ...... ~liij>QBff. 19. Wind NT "His Majefly'j Ships remain as prlaft.' Came down and faiPd thro*, Elliot, Pain, for Fal-BBsk; Owners Goodwill, Arnold, for St. Valary. L O N O O N. This Morning her Royal Highnefs the Princefs of Orange w31 fa oat from Kcnfington about Seven o'Clock* on her Re-tas 10 Holland, and will lay this Night at the Three Kings Inn aCckhtftrr. . Her Royal Highnefs will be escorted by three Parties of de Lite-Guards to Chelmsford, and from thence will be con-Med to Harwich by Detachments from Lord Pembroke's iktfc- The Court was again Yefterday very numerous at Kenfing-�, to take Leave of her Royal Highnefs. Wc hear, that in cafe the Situation of Affairs are favourable, iMajefiy intends to make a fitort Vint next Summer to his Coma Dominions. Her Royal Highnefs the Princefs of Orange intends to return mifKt next Spring, 10 bear her Majeity Company. Ycftrrday their Royal Highncites the Puncefs of Orange �d Pnnct6 Caroline din'd with the Prince of Wales "at? twlao-Houfe. Tieir Majcflies remoi-c from Kenfington to St. James's-on T�&iy the 29th InlLnt, and will be pttftiit at the Opera � hre Evening. 9*J_Sd�y laft Signor'Farinelli fung again hefortfithcjr *�-'*- at Kenf.ngtou with great App'laufy*^ Crawford and Ljndfcy,. tobold the RecTory ot St. Michael is the. City and Dicc-t^of Brittol, together vriih*the Vicarage cdSt. LcotmdiritheiameCky ancVlWdcv   > The Right Hon: the Earl of Wilmingteo ku beenjpWd to prefenc the Rev. Mr. Luihington to the Lrrmg ol Eaft-Bourne inSuftex.    , Counfelbr Brown, Treafurcr totheSock^c/loacoIaVlM� died lately at his Scat in. Lekefkrlrurr.. ^ Yefterday died in Long Acre, Samuel Weflon, Eiq; Recei-ver of thwCuttdms roriVorthumberUiid. Lnft Saturday Stephen Comyn, Ekj; was married at St FaoTs Cathedral to Mil* Tay, only Daughter to Mr. Edward Tay, dfCheapfide. #� Laft Week a Servant Maid belongiag to Kfr. Dtadd of ClaphamCommon, robb'd her Mailer 0* Goods to a cocrtdcr-able Value,. but was immediately taken and sent 10 the County Goal. , On Satqdayiaitdiere was a very crowded Audience at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, to fee Mr^Sttpnem at hit rlrft Appearance in the Part of Otbclb, and ho Performance was exceedingly applauded; Wc hear that the Company of Comedians at GoodmanV fieldi, intend iliortly to entertain the Town wtthtfae eclebsated Pantomime Interlude of Doftor Faullus, for which rhry are preparing new Cloaths, Scenes, &o On Thurfday next bu M�}etty'� Ships under-rneorioo'd will be recall'd at the Pay-Office in Bioad-llrcet, and paidtbeu Wages, Ships Namea     ^Beginning         Ending Torrington,       6 April, 17J2,   31 Dec 1731-Port-Mahon,      1 Jan. ditto,      ditto. -Hawk Sloop, ~   ditto,              ditto. Swift,              28 Nov. ditto,    ditto. Hound,             1 Jan. ditto,      ditto. Cruifer,             6 Sept ditto,     ditto. Spy,                1 Jan. ditto,      ditto. Spence,            1 Jan. 1733,    30 Jane; 1734. Exported into Foreign Parts from the $talnttux to Saturday laft, 11710 Quarters of"Wheat, 200 Quartan of Barley, too Quarters of jVleaL 200 .Quarter* of Beans, lObooOmKoof Gold Bullion, ijooo Ounces of couVd Gold, i6ooio Outtcn . �f uncoin'd Silver, and loooco Oungei_o/ Sflyercoin'd.-------- N  K  R U P T S. ofHalefowen in the County of Salop, B  A Williani Hicks, Mercer. Charles Lucas, ot St. Ohtre Sihrer-lireet, London, Goid-fmith and Chapman. Richard Trubcy, of St. PauTa Church-yard, London; Vintner. ______ 1 Of] High Water at Umdtm-Bnagttb* l)*y, at 24 Atinsaa after ; in the Morning x and 4$ after j in the Afmm*oa, Saturday Bank Stock was 1} 8, a 1 4th. India 144 1 half, a 3 4ths. South-Sea Trading Stock 80 1 half. Old Ana-xt-tin 106, a 1 8th t for the Opening. Ditto; New Awhira t�4 3 4ths, IyiJthi. Three par CSnt. Annrirjr 94 � half, a 1 8th. Million Bank 107, without^^thc Dividend Atriaua 20. York Buildings 4. Royal AtTuranc* 99, a 1 4th. London AlFurance 12 3 8tbs. New BankCvatiadon 3115s. a 4I. Prem. South-Sea Bomb 3I. 17s. jl. 1 s�. Prem. Iftdia ditto 3I. 19s. 31. 17s. a 18s. Prem. Tare* per Cent, diuo ,21. tos. 21. 6s. Prem. Engliih Copper 11. i6_. WehhdvD ' Books Quit.  Salt Tajlies, 2 per Cent. Prem.      ;. ' South-Sot-Houfc, London. . f . .�. t*Oci. 1734. ' fUM CcxrtofJ)i*i�tort tf tU Sc*tb-$t*>Cm* M ***jthx Kmtt. tkuth 43 Htykt*U tfjm&m b&rji *cM   OrMK Mr- Sepeww, briof tbt fieosd T�t of fth AMwfititb ca��rSra*e % Uc^. Mr. �ytft| Csfiio. Kir. Walls* \ Irabtatto, M*h Kot�m i laae�-K�. Mr. ktaVi i |>tamaao, nr. Utidaat1 Re4trb_ei Mr cWr-oa ; XXitmxmk, Mrv iacbahm 1 eNo�U�. alrt. MvXbtu* To �aka mti In aeVbd �a^a^uiactt(�t �4 OaacM it fkvtma* CtaraAm, oH'4 *;,_^iTf The   N ECR O M A N C E R{ o a Hahleqjiim _)r. FJU$Tlf$. Hu!�|m-brur La-iikeOoouaadlvilOc-tut, m lafeeaalffkhk Ch_n>r, the  ifr tbt htfi/ard, Ptmhatt, a*J Mjti�atKenf.ngtou with great Applaufcv Defiant, Tl Witr, Un. Mr. Nurru i FgK Worom, Mr M.>"lal�i t'uncn, s.tr. Hts** *�4 Ml. Arret. uaikct-Woman, Mr. etc It. With new Mutick tmopo�d bf Mr. S(�4a. Boxes and Balconiti on tbt Stage 5/.   Btxti 4/.  Pit 21. Cd. Gallery   it.  (id. N. p.   No left il.an iU� iuiI frit*      be taken Atficg the Time of the Vcrtotroante.  Aixt iu picveoc UbitruQkw, ao fcifju �b�tcicr can be �(Jroi'.iej belnoj (de :cc'�v Nu Money to be iciuro'J after lh� Cartaia U dftwa Bp. To begin cxaCtiy at Six o'Clotk. places f'ir the Bute* 10 be taken u tvi^oumt CJhstktxSc offtfc thf T"�airc. LO S T on the 17th Inibuic ac Night, at Drury-hoc t.iylwutc, a ttack Snuff Miti        a CWM tiu�c a Kim ruuuJ the tx> turn, vul Mochrr ol fearl oaiaauft.  Wbo-c�er twi�Ol� it 10 Mr. Charobtrt, at thr OuUca boot ia P*&-M*a.aWl receive One Guinea Rearard, md 110 QydliJe* atli'ii. Mr. Lali* ; Manas. ivprt  aV�; leas aiordecai, Mr. Sal�a,y} the Dfbaathrf, Mr* ' Berry i Moc� P^die, Mr. rUJ�i'Jan y. Mr. Twbatt j C�uit*b'�, Mr. Joaei 1 arM���il� �eciwr. Mr. P.Tertaatt; roiur, Mn Hallam; Jcwiy, Mrs. Oawapor* I Beta ttimiltt Mr. teiaJi i Poapty, T. Carw* ; JuHaJta, Mr. Croft, Mr. lUI-.or avfid Mr. rile-, La�Kiot llc.fiirr, Mtt. tfritthard, Mtt. DaaCkf aod Mr.Ojre^wrr , acMlka, Mr Mr. feplot, Mr. Crrt e-i okoi; U� Ctpikicvt, Mr. fclT.t and Mrt, Wa(t�r { tba iikiBra. Mi. Tavtewaad and Mils Mauai the fii�a]ian>, Mr. Daren-p^t aeal Ml*. t*iry will cymittta t-i A� ?��ry Day. Kemov'dio a l<^vR*&Jfej^ * up ihigtitU Stairs oh Corubill fide,---' /'/ r� IV /var. by tuy tvmtr mart, from tin it tit Mttw'tg till ftvtmta Sigh, 8T~1i. 6/ taeb, THAT fuprifiD& Piece of Art cail'd the MlCttOCO�M* or. ibe World in Miautuic, i.tily finkh'^bf bai bacn(bf� a bctue Kuyal tamity, aod Moll ot the fMiilitr au4 Gentry, wiu� taa frcaieti applanff. |  heifht m t�a Foot, �-.dbre*dt inihtn�C�f.ifo>t, fhe whole is ye�y bcaqtituily tcmpoa'd of ArchiieAurc, $toipntif. ran4i�|, MuiKit WAttiotaaiyt nt-tirg to iJbibrU ��i�aacdP�aip>s, ��ib *alt Variety of taoainf Kurtt. �p�rianaarlJe^piiooof tWi �ft!^fai Matbioa �*sVrr>ar*i rnTt'aLACM t��ii��C 4> of ur. areubaU r�f- (** *.! -� ^^cbcaafeeea ahcQawcr Oa 18, 1734, LOST Yefterday Morning ac the Eaft* U�U-tljBfe. bct*eeo ibe t*o�rtof it aad 13. aa Eait-ladia 6^   aba Naaaa of Afarabaoi A4ao�, f% Wboreee baa tcaaad If. �  Stwka Mara**, thall ttMmtm T�0 Oul�a� Rairard, aoi �, Q^>^awk-
                            

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