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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 22, 1834, London, Middlesex                                2'^urday arriv'd a Mail from Holland. Naples* Othbtr 5. T:^AT I H C Departure of Don Carlos for the [ Iftand o* Sicily, is by no means judg]d. I Draper before Capua is mlut'd. 1 he l Number of Troops which invert that I Place has been encrcas'd, and a hume-I roos Train of Artillery fent thither 1 I but the Gartifon will not fubmit; fo Hat it has been thought ncccfitry to write to the Duke of Bitonto, who commands in Sicily, and that General iar*6fd hither very toon; to reduce by his Skill a Fortress tkat nas held out agaiott all the Force of Fire and Ball; We lonv however, from the Spinifli Camp before the faid Place, ttat a Seijeam and thirty Soldiers were come over from the Gairifixa ; that thefc represent the extreme Difficulty the Go-ttxaor b in to fubcll hb Men, the frequent means of fupply wkkfc tbeGarrifon had being in a great mcafure cut off by the fee Advance of the Spaniflj Troops, who at prefent almoft ctvrpoa the Place s that Famine was already at their Gates t ^thttjcxJou^ the Ofioeri, that a Council of War was never held but it broke �p in Anger and Contention. New Rcinibrcements of Troops aicdanylending from hence to Sicily ; and we learn, that a grand Convoy of Men and Ammunition is (bon expeclcd there from Spain, in order to reduce the fortify'd Places with the greater Diipatch. The lafi Advices from Meffina confirm the taking Fort Gonxagua, and that Fort Blaze is beficg'd with gnxa Vigour. An Eogineer, who found means to Ileal out of tbrCixadel of Meflina, has difcom'd the Situation of all the - Mints s fc that the great Slaughter of our Men, which the Eoeavy vmc'prepariag for us, will be prevented, and the taking tfea Place much faciGtated. Our Troops before Fort Blaze lad their Trenches over a Mine, which the Garrrfon purpos'd in spring the enfuing Night. Seventeen Hundred Germans, who rcWd to lift with thcSpanifh Army, are carry *d Prilbnets to Spain, from whence a Man of War is arriv'd with a large �$s_ of Musey, for fubfifling the Troops, and paying the OStxn Artear*. those Gentlemen being greatly behind. Hit Cat-click Majcfty has moreover lent Don Carlos a Prefent of a M_Sm� for his own private U(c*. _ The Count de Saflago, Viceroy cJ Sicily, retir'd from Siracufa before our Men arriv'd beJarc it: He cznbaik'djon board a fmall Veflel in the Night, and got tafc to Malta, where the Grand Mailer receiv'd him wsxb great Honours. Fam*, OdsinrtO. Notwithftand'ing the Motions of the Torks, and the Preparations they are making in Bofnia and Bavaria, might gjve the Imperial Court fufficient Umbrage, the �mperor is reJolv'd to try the Effect of Mildncfs and Moae-satkaa, and to enquire calmly of the Porte, the reafon of all these Preparations.   His Imperial Majcfty would know from ^theGrand Signku's own Mouth, if after having rcnew'd about three Yean ago, at his Highnefs's own Requett, the Truce of Fafiarowkx, be has now a mind to break it without any apparent Reason. His Imperial Majcfty has likewifc refolv'd, in order that Mr. Tahlman's Negotiations may be favourably taken, to accompany them with a magnificent Pfefent of China Ware, tor which purpofc all Europe has been ranfack'd for the fines' Piece that India has produe'd, and fome Curiofities have tec* likewise fctch'd from the Manufacture of Saxony : Thcfe are to be given, part to the Grand Signior, and part to his Vizir; the Imperial Minifters being no ways ignorant how to dapofc their Presents to the bell Advantage, and well knowing that the favour of a Vizir b neither of little Confluence, nor 10 be had for nothing. In this critical Situation an Accident lately happeo'd that almoll put things into a Flame i the Catpav-houfe Officers of Croatia raflily feiz'd feveral Turks, pader Pretence of being Smuglers, which fo irritated the Baton* of Widdin, that hc^hTe^W^to^make Reprifals, and acoordiogly drew bis Troops together on the Frontiers i but his laprrial Majcfty has prcvemcdany illConfcquences, by dirccl- ra�|^irAtYfirtel Oiall have all poffible Satiifaflion: The Fmincations of Belgrade, Temifwaer and Carlftadt, arc repairing with all poffible Ddigence. Frequent Conferences are fceU by the Minifters of State, to find out ways and means for ti�og Money to defray the EJtpence of the next Campain � -am} "bsaflur'd that a Capiatiun Tax is rculv'd on throughout all the Hereditary Countries. from tbt Upper Rbim*, Ofiobtr 24. The Duke of Wirtem-:hei* having intelligence that a Body of French Troops were is full March for Oppenhcim, hb Highnefs detach'd 1000 Mcu to get PoffcrLon of that important- Pod, before the Enemy's Arrival. According to the Regulation fettled' for this Circle, every Inhabitants to allow each Soldier quarter'd up-�� hia two -Pounds of Bread daily, befides Wood, Salt and Candle; if he is a Trooper, eight Pounds of Hay mud be added daily, and two Trufs of Straw per Week � the Sol-dasrtarc to pay tor what die they want with readj^ Money. The Sisbtlcrs arc forbid to follow the Troops into the Winter-Usurers, that the several Towns may have the Benefit of the Money they have to fpend. �W. Oa. zo. Wind N. E. blowing hard. The Dept-^*d, Pembroke and Defiance Men of War llill remain t alio leopard. Hardy, from Dantzick, for Leghorn. LONDON. t Ycflerday came Advice to Town from Italy, " that on the | 10th Inflant, N: S. Count Konigfegg detach'd General "� ^amo8 w*lB 3000 Foot, 1500 Horte, and 200 Huflars, | from the Camp he then poflrlTcd near Mercaria, in order tosnccour Mirandola ; that this General u(cd fuch Diligence 1*    ^*rc',�taM    arriv'd on the 11 th at Sochetta, where *c80ttogether what Boats he could, and made a Bridge *� ?nr ^ ^�       having been join'd by fome Troops at Go-* veraolo and Oiliglia, he had then near 6000 Men, with '*        hepat'd the Rim, and put a unall Party of the \ ****** w Flight that were on the oppofite Side % that he r!***'*1      all Halle to Mirandola, where the Marquis " *Mafflebois, with a Body of French Troops, was making the Siege in Form, but havinfj jpt Notice of tbt Impe-rialirts Approach, retir'd precipitately to Modena, and that the Impenaliils found in their Camp eight Pieces of Ord-nance, two Mortars, with Ammunition;, Provifion. and the Enemy's Baggages.  . _____ ____....... " The Views ot Count Konigttgg in his tan March towards the Oglio, and his Countermarch after a Ray of two Days at his Camp near Mercaria, icesn'd at firft impenetrable ; but it is now known, that be did it to alarm the Enemy, and to fix their Attention fo much upon himfelf, as to give General Neuperg roam to furprtze the Marqub de Matue-bois before Mirandola Our Letters conclude thus: " But Count Konigfegg, as " knowing and cxperienc*d in he may pretend to be, mutt un-" derftand but little of the Marquis de Maillebois, to imtgme " that fo vigilant an Officer, who brake up the Siege of Mi-" randola a lew Day* before upon a bare Report that the Get* " mans were coming, would flay to be furrrja'd, when the '* Meflengers ihould probably bring Tokens with them that " their Enemies wereacraally at their Heeh." They writ* from Venice, that the Peace a concluded between the Tutks and the Perfiaas j that the Grand Signior hat declar'd his Intention of a Rupture with two European Powers, and has wrote to the Kteg of Spain to be ahWd, that hn Majeily, as prefent PoOeiwr of Naplea and Sicily, will not moieil the Convoys of Troop* he may have Occafion to tend into the Adriatick Sei. We hope thn New* may want Confirmation'. Some Letters from Copenhagen mention, that* new Treaty of Subfidy if concluded with his Danish Majeily by the Court of Great Britain, purfuant to which the former b to furnifh, wrreo-requir'd, 5000 Land Force** and a certain Number of Ships of the Line. The foreign News-Paper* having, intimated in feveral Articles, that Don Carlo* had treated the Pretender'* Son with particular Honours during hit Stay in the Kingdom of Naples t and particularly, that upon the Reduction of Gaeta he took a rich Cockade from hit own Hat, and put it upon that of the young Chevalier, we are aflur'd that the Court of Spam has complain'd thereof, thoie Paragraphs being mutely without Foundation. Letter* from Rome mention, that the Pope had lately fiat Orders to three Englilh Merchants foiled u> that City, to depart thence with allfpeed, as likewifc outof the whole Ecclc-uaftical Territory j but the Reafon of hj^oliacts'* Difplcsiare i* not aflign'd. -    y The Report of a Quarrel between the Roman Count de Munich and Baron LubrafV* NoUetnan of Iriih Extraclioo, and Major General in the Czarina's Service, which was (aid to have arofe at MemeHn Pruffia, b coafirm'd, but no Duel cn-fu'd, and thofe Nobleman have been fine* happily recontiTd. The Prmceu of Orange paCd early Ycttctday Morning thro' the back parts of the Town, to Hokton and Bcdnat Green; where a Party of Horfe-Grenadiers rdicVd the Life-rds to efcort her on her Journey. Her Royal Highness; halt received an TiMtatJon to Ife at the Houfe of Ilaac Lemyng Rehoiv, Eiqi at CokbeftrT. one of the prefent Members for that Borough \ and we learn from thence and Harwich, that the Corporations of thofe Towns were preparing to receive Iter with all poffible Mark* of Rcfpeft. His Highnch the Prince of Orange's Baggage and Servants arriv'd laU Week at the Hague from Germany. Ycfterday the Indian King, Queen and Chiefs, were in Hyde-Park, to fee his Majefty's four Troops of Life- Guards and two Troops of Hone-Grenadiers mullcr'd, and exprefs'd their utmoll Satisfaction, by Jtdaring to their Inurprcter, that it was the ftnelt Sight they had ever teen. We hear they will embark on Thurhiay on their Return to their own Country. Several Englilh Families are gone on board the Prince of Wales, Capt. Dunbar Commander, bound for the new Settlement at Georgia, amongft whom is Sir Francis Bathurtl, Bart, his Lady, Sou, and three! Daughters i feveral Servants are likewifc gone, in order to be fetded there, by Pcrmihwn of ^ the Trutlees for the laid Colony. Many People are likewiCe gone, and more going daily to fettle in Carolina, that Colony being well fecur'd by that of Georgia, and abundance of Land which hitherto lay uleleb, is now cultivating , ib that the Value of Lands fituate between both Colonies is remarkably rifen: An Eftatc which was three Yean ago offer*d for zjoll fold lately for 1000 Guineas. Ycfterday the Right Hon the Earl of Cholmondcly, Mafler of the Horfe to his Royal Higbncts the Prince of Walesa arriv'd at hb Houfe in Bokon-llrcet tn good Health from the Bath. The (ajne Day his Grace the Duke of Dcvonihirc came from his Seat at Chatlworth to Derbyfhire, to hb Houfe in Piccadilly. --- Ycfterday Morning died, at his Houfe in Pond-flrcet, Hamp Head, Mr, Wakcman, poflctt'd of a plentiful Fortune. Lall Week-died at her Lodgings in Canongatc, tdinburgh, the RightHon. the Lady RbDo- Ycfterday Sir Edward Bellamy, the Lord Mayor ElcA, *c-company'd by the Sheriffs and Aldcnnc^jwas prctentcd to the Lord High Chancellor at hit Houfe in UncuIns-lnn-Fieidi, according to Cuilom. Lift Thursday a Match was run on Wimbleton Courfe in Surry, between Mr. Peak'* Ponev Mare, Mifi Ptak, and Mr. Davb's, of St. Martin'* le Grand, Grey Horfe. SiagU Puptr, for zo Guineas a*fide, which was won by the former near half a Mile i and on Thurfaay three Weeks the laid Horfea arc 10 run upon that Courfe for 100 Guineas. The Paddington, Cant. Bedgood, of Briftol, was loft off Bermudas, bound from Virginia to Sc Chriftophcr'*, but the Mailer and Men were all fav'd. Ctufir, OS. o.  Thb being the Day for elecling our Ma eiftrates, the Hon. Mr. James Leflie, Advocate, Brother ts the Right Hon. the Earl of Rothes, was chosen ProvoA. C/aJw, Oa. 11. Yefterday the Partkk Purfe of seven Guineas was run for tu the ufual Giound, and was won by a Chemut Galloway caU'd Bnmftr, belonging to Alexander Inglb, Efqi Mafter of Horfe to hb Grace the Duke of Hamilton. D�tt�. OS. it.  Yefterday Majefty's Gn-ooatkm, the tame was obfervVl with tbt DeinonftrstKKts of Joy 1 the great Guns fir'dat thfrOl______, Barracks, the Army made a fine Appearance, and lift Svvafat, eroded with rir^i^ erf Bc!b. rknfire*, Ifttta'tMlkay j| Their Excellex  Pram. Souths. rk.nl.3L ,6a. Prem. I�1U ditto �!.� 3� i7f.  18*. Pnm.   I hrat par Cent, ditto alrOikP 1 KiiglACopprr il. i6t. WtUh dsn* Books Oiuu Salt' lies, a per Cent. J*HE South-Sca-Houfc, LondOfi^ Court of Dinners of the Soutb~$ia-C� k   aaay^rcv K*tkt, that A4J ifebt�JitfJmm*it*8t\ txpiJ n frnthdSmtf, at tttir Urn ft U *JU**JmHtiljl friimf tbt a$tlr I >{***, sf �ia tbt fVratWt.   TitStU. t* �wnv*i at few CZmtamy, Usmfi, ami at 0 tt'artbmjiat i fat, AV 56, thrtt l)*ri btfw't tbt S*b. Dwirttht. O^stVr 19, 1734, M.& THE Honourable the Magiftrates of  r  t to natttloaa, from ihtnas *o ta*4*y  **t* m tk� ataaiicrtaaeaa aae the Nam* Mas, and UHy f Th. 11 |'---*-;~-8       ----'- '----inniifirilliilM tb� Ship, aadaojrtffaa^octraitj rtrtar Claim� fttfjPr^Mfal gitca.  Wbocm ibcvefoea ha* aov Cbacwa in cither tikt Sfcfo l/mdttq. osaf      m 1 heir dam into the ifccreiar*'* OfSat of l_ City ot Doftireutt he fere th* fM tujr of Fcbrai > imii enruiax, which Tioc be�f� c'aps'4. tie 1*14 Magiarstn �il prottaf to th* tUm nosal of both Ship �a4 i-o*4l F. r    ^ a�y nods ^firinslto he fmher infoem'd, m�f.apply cohisa^atM IdKir ins l>u�c!> trwjr, in Park-place, it. Jtmet'*. �' ' "'-'^ By the Company of Comedians* AT the New Theatre in Gowluun's-Fkld^lJ T>jn>rraw. bctsft the 2}4 of QOuUr. will be prcTcatai �M*7J ^"Thc   SPANISH  FKY-AR^ o a, , 72* Double Difcovery. W. (nftui; Gdcaratatr. Pe>anfamaa 1 Bcrirsay Mr. (krdwi;Raf� B�HMi, Mi  eSctt, Alphoofo, air. Lyoo j r�4ro, Mr. f iavard un. GuTtfd. tJ�ira. Mrs. iiaatiltoa; Tcrttf. Mils Tolltt, Tp whtA wMU tidti, The Co si 1 c Sc t m x s of the lall Eoteruinmeet, caIT( HARLE&U 1 N inr ihc^CiTy. Wub *&*�muSScfu �f Atom. Colocnb�-?- by Mrs. Haaiihuo j IUiln)uia, Mr. Ida, kin, lnsabi'�'. Hotbaiwl. Mr. Kt*� ; C'lowu, Mr. rcokeiluiua y au, Mr. Wciiiciilt, id l��aV�f. Mr. Hind; 2i l�adon*r, Topttan i Vcomaas Wife, Mlft Censrtf 1 ill Losauacr's Wsfe, W'A4*are ; 3J Locoooer's Wife, Mifs Saadham; tfrrb WYi !�.lr. Noeris i tfi VVaaua. Mr- MoatMs* fotW,Ut.fl�t(� A>(csi BaUttt-Woouui Mr.feactll. -" * ub new Mtairii wampot'i bvMr.Scese. Bum -4 BaLmu^m tbt Stmgt j#.   Bunt 41. Pit % /. *S Cailtrj 1 /. 6 . *jr�n . C.ftj, Mr. Walker ; UttUmiu, KM KuUrts . L^J^tKo. vr. Ui!c ; Uu.ntaa, mi. IlisWui i ttodcri_ Wf. ctufMUM , DcitJcaaoaa, Mn-Btwhaoui i haulm, Uu.UaUux*T To �nkb will be added a farce, aOad there but owe, cali'd Tlic  MOCK   DOCTOR- o *. Tbt Dumb Lady Cur'd. M�a Doftar. Mr. ilvtasVf i tracer, Mr. atoppefacr 1 Si Mr. u ei, Sir. Mulli�i( FT Ku�ct   D*�f. Mr. Jsaan i Ix. Kdlcburd, Mr. Kubtrts Mjd�K>fa; U-urlxw, Mit Biutk*. /� Ltpm tjuUily mt Sis SCUei. Advvtiftvmh w this Paper of a moderate Ltngtb an taken in at Tv* Sbitiufi 
                            

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