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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 24, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Paris,  Otiober 22; IH E Arm* of the Allies in TtaTy continues to hive their head Quarters at loaimciTagio. The Troops aie Ipread along the Banks of the Oglio from G^zolo to the place where it (alls into the I'o, and aJor.g the latter River (eve-ral Miles from its Confluence with the Oglio ; but their Situation however is such, that they can draw into a Body t-pati the thortcft Notice. We have a r tfatf 5000 �^ ,i>c Troops now embarking at Barce-a^far laity. a� drfign'd to join our Army in Lombardy. j j,- gijf 2j.   1 be Governor o! Mazagam in the king-Aimdt Mm**^ �* which        the Moors dill continue the taring mid? a Sally with (banc of his Troops, in quell v^sl the Kn:.-ny aitatii'd them with 5CO Men ; but __m being fjddenly fent from the Garrifon, the u^jT�nc pat" to Ijght. The like ScMatfs has attended our -j-^-MaSally they ha�e made finee the former, and in this Ufaacethry got fufeciett to fubfifl them lor a Month. fnJ&rt, Ositr if   On the 2111 Inftant the Bodies of Taacfa cotanundtd by Marina! d'Asicildt and the Prince dc Ta*7f s whkb were on their March to Winter-Quarters, halted cGertaVira. to observe the Motions of fome Battalion* and SagtfcoBaf French detachM towards the Electorate of Mcntz. flat Haanorerian Forces are to be rccall'd, and ported along rat Msnr, near the City of Mcntz. fnrh, OStin 30. The Spanifh Men of War returning fa�Itarr,*e3 in witb two Algerines, one of whom they took, |at tie jdker being a good Sailo, made its kfcape. The Tnap that were oetacb'd from the Rhine to reinforce our jkary sb Italy, arecadetVI to take the Rout of Dauphin?, in-fj^rfoabarkiog, as defign'd, in the Potts of Provence. Dtal, OSafter xz- Wiud North. The Men of War are jattsvatg to CuL Remain, Leopard, Hardy, for Leghorn. Sedocs, Cartar, Robinfon, for St. Valk-v. L  O  N   DON. HrrRefal Highnefc the Princess of Orange bore the Fatigues �f brr Joanry toCokheder on Monday laft, and back the am Day to fcenflagton, as well as could poffibly be expected, |K&1 tat bom Yefterday Morning with their Majellies as cbsi Her Royal Highne&'s Journey in the two Days was tbsst too atrasttr'd Males. isWRayalHighaeis has receiv'd Letters from the Prince, her, that bb serene Highnek, upon the unexpected I-111 fame extraordinary aod important Affairs, found ansaif otkbk to leave Germany fo foon as he purpos'd, and mt4tgi � change the Dffcgn which he had formed : where-ajoilsx Royal Higbncis has given Orders for her Baggage arfScmao, whkn were left at Cokhc&cr, to proceed on to HsraicJa, sad has dedax'd her Intention to renew her Journey ikhfavaag of dcxj Week, and the Yachts arc ordet'd 10 �Hat Harwich accordingly. Tie Prince propoks to arrive in Holland from Germany asswMaadaj next. Mriihsrboarrj, the Norte that always attended her MajeAy �BvLyisgs-iB, goes over with the Princefs in order to fcrve aim htriLoyaJ HtghocbY Person on the like occafion. Uts, Oe^Bse isappoinicd Dry-Nurfc to the Child of which isft^Kighnefe Oitirte deliver'd. Vcieiasy his Grace the Duke of Somerfet fet out for New-�atte. The Racrs for the lait Meeting began the fame HavGnee the Duke of Grafton, Lord Chamberlain to the K)>� aad the Right Hon. the Earl of Grantham, Lord ',     fiaaUiliiu to her Majctiy, are arriv'd in Town from Bath, r       ThtEadof SoLrho�!ugii is od the Road to Town from hur j Werfaj the second and thud Regiments of Foot-Guards f I *�'saio'd oa the Parade in-St. James's-Park, when the ' I Fail of Crawford, one of the fixteen Peers-of 1 pnr^ai^ aas prefeated to the Poii oi a Colonel of a Company . J^^^etird Regiment ofToot Guards, vacant by the DcjcIi mM*i Cd Manning r       TkGcatkmcoof the North-Riding of the County of York, .  f *Jha Q^wter Sc&cns held at Thufk. agreed upon a '^^be presented to Parliament, for obtaining an Art to ,     ~y �B faioat 10 remitter the Securities the^ give their ^'fJfjusapaoany Ixun of Money, to prevent die frequent y^^JMare at present committed. mVT~7 Mts- Toomes, who kept the great InJia-***BB^t* IradenhaU-flrcrt, Her Majeily, when Princc/s 'taTir8^f,uy feg there on Maiqucradc Nights. She is hare died woitb icvoool. T*Tnss%ort of Silciburgcrs, formerly mention'd to have JT** Rotterdam in tlicir way to Gcoigia, caiuc on Tutfvlay_ lHV** Tt River, where tfiey are to embark on board the ?T?*[*�k5. Cape Dtaibar Commander, who carries over ^TT/ _*s their Majellies were going over Putney-Com-* *^�r Way to Rschmond-F^rk, one of the Mode J^J*0* sVB from bis tlotfe, and was very much bruifed, H*J*TL^* M�jciiy tva* pleafed to order him hve Guineas, TatSr**6 CiIC 10    ukrn of him. I�~*�y fcur Hojit j ftarted at Keniifli Town for the 151 ^hiAwasuoobv Mr. Chilu'. One Ey'd Grey Marc. AeS^6^ "* fcnl D*y �f Icrm, the Judges attended iSefcaoHk* to Acflminllrr as ufual. *�^OBdiyatriv'd Lctcfrom Paris, Mr. Franciso^fC - �_S^{rr*c9jm- vu> prriorni'd here formerly with gnat I BfmAc'     kroug�* *�*h him a numerous Company *TjJm^ "�"^unj;  1 Jicy vc io aft thisSeafonat the New #iWeJ    H*y*x*ktt, and arc to begin the latter end of b^^jj** ^ '7-  There are at prelent a great many Ships Oftt bat*    **     ^CJ*� *a�"ng for 'hrir Loading of Coals, fcyfo?*** � �he ^uthei, occafion'd by the Wetnefe of ^1 which tajfittcmcd thor being ltd irom i�ie 1.1ft Saturday cm Brown, bfsoogmg fa S^atlcrbtn!, wu found dead on tW Rocks between Hartley and Cukrcotes. tad hi� Horfc Handing under the Rocks, dbt fu frotn him ; It is fuppoi'd he had got drunk mad mitVil hb Road, when smiting fromhts Horfe, lav till the Tide came and drowned him. Ycilcrday Bank Stock was i}6 * half, i 35 3 4ths. India 143 3 Sths, 144 1 4th, 145 1 half, bout* Sea Trading Stock 80 1 half, 79 3 4ths. Old Aaauities 10$ $ 4tb, 10; 3 Sths, for the Opening. Ditto New Aanuibcs 104 f aths, 104 1 4th, a 3 Sths. Three per Cent. Annuity 93'1 halt. Million Bank 107. African 10. York Buildings 4. Royal Aflurance 98. London Afluninoi lit 4th. New Bank Circulation 3L 1 as. 6d. Prctn. Sooth-Sea Bonds 31.12s. 3I 6s. a 8j. Prem. India ditto 3L tos. 3I. 13s. 3L 9s. Prera. Three per Cert, ditto si. Prem. Englilh Copper il. 16*. Welih ditto Books ihut. Salt Tallies, 1 half, a 1 4th, per Cent. Prem.______. CuUom-Houfe, London, 230th 1734. For   S A L By Order of the Honourable Commiflioncri ot His Majefty*s, Cuiloms, fc?t*.       _ QN Friday the 15th of Oihtxr, 17^4, at Ont o'C/oii intbt Aftttmmt, wll it urfu'J tm SaU Fivt Horjti,  anJ their /'Higgling Fmndhnr, at tit VTbitt tiff* JLivrry-Statrltt i* StttbirigUkt, Tntrjbttt, " \ 11      1 1      1 1 South-Sea-Houfe, London. t8oa. 1-34. fHE Court of Direttors if tbe Soutb-Seo-Com- fany give Noriet, that the 43 HtgibtaJitfJamai.a Sagar, nvhicb ^tifatfcinteJ la it faJJ on tit Xjtbrfliovimtir,  oioe� each, ("a I .cry Hf lit Ma j e stt's CcmmaaJ, No rerluot w!i�te*cr �� be �^i�'in-(J brKtdi* (fee scenes, T� itgin ml Six tClxi. The Silrer Tickets will bcdciner'd to ihr Sobfif-ct�. payd,    ~~~~~ N. P.   No left tl.ao iks lull Price wOi be taken coring f� BJloa md Mib Kdfcn. }*rtKoUr>; Mr. Olovei1* SuoiiOa'ce, Mif R'*|cr.*� Tsabourije. and Mr. Lclac'a Uaccc. call'J The Richmond Ma^E"'. cVc To whjeh �>U be added a Fates, aAcd there bat once, cali'd The  MOCK   DO C T O R : o a, TiV Dmib Lady Curd. M� *ppeat�i>et in thai Srate. Ta whkh (by r*firtJ will b* added a Ballti Fttte, The  DEVIL  to  PAY � �a, ... The   Wives  M etamorphos'Ij, l^foa. Mr. Harpen Nclt, Mrs. CUvti *it John UtttttkuUfa' tslway; lady Lomuic, MrvPriichard.                     S    w To be^n tianiy it Sii o'Cloth.     _sr- A COURSE of CHYMISTRY, Pbilofppbical and PratTicalj-By H. PE M B ERTON, M. D. F.R.S. A*A P>efif jr of Pbyfick in Gnfbam - CtUegt,   - hill   iicin OnWedirfdat tbt \ yb if November, at 6 �'CM in tbt Etmhg, (If TwcJwfhirtl have t'ubtciibM by that time) At Dr. H60 k'i Laboratory, tit        Blatk BrnUt in Ifolba/n bltnv, Limtlrt'i Inn-FitUt, IN this Courfc will be fticwn, how ftll the Oiiymxal viecici>�� ttov, in Elleem arc pecpat'd t the Uft oi* Chyoiillry it rhc lereral Irade?, Whola �'�rln depend upon iMtfth** opict it thit Art. m particular the frveral ways of VfMlting aat r.fioinjt Metal*. �nd |1� Method uf maki.H PtTayt, th� whoW be dcltrci'd in lutti an Order, wheieb- the Altmtiatis t'ad*tttf prducMi" ihcSutllancet wrmiftlit ui-on may bell appear, sadthtt-iniiHureatemi tv moll e�(ily nudeitlood, *hul> have been or BMy h$' ii Natural Willofophy by ihc Help or Chymiilry. Schernei of ihv Coutie aie dclivcr'd, it"J NiibUriptiont taNoin( It - Mr M�ard>'*, Cliymill, in Fertct-Jaie, I leei-(lie�t J at BattoaV U tfetf-tacfe near the Royal bicharr.e v  and at the Uixtntakat'f tcd^tn|> In Cfcibitn-College, Bilaoplgaic-llrccr. m To bt Run for at B E LLS I Z E,    . ON Tliurfday the 31ft Inftant, aPorfe of, F  Hoi ft 10 erfet ikpif of Ronnmg after ta o'Clock, aad to hf  * cilli�r fr�m the Day of Bntring till the Pay of Roaoing } to i�*n as Time o'clock; each Peifon nivind 3d. e ming ia. Good Craft and F dderlog for H'tfet all Winter. " LO S T or ftoln on Monday the 14th Inftant, fioio th� Houfeof Mr Airord. feu. Draiicr, in ih� Market^- place at Bach, a rept.ung Gold Watch, the Cair l.olto* Work, wills lou*4tcad� ci-gr��'d on >7ie famr, il.e Middle Plain atuot tha Ciicutn* f:reace ol a shtliinr. ifccj Maker's Name WmJmill, Loudpo; she Key � engtatM wlojoinl. hayina a 0 ''-. KunNrptanc Icmrif on a�li�!olet in 0> i); ihsWauhiSof a m>^linf sue, and rnarfe (ti near as can be icmember'd) about nficen Year* fii*r. w htv.r will bring ih T.id Wareh 10 Mr. Mithael At,.iaa. Merthascin BriilolMr. AiRwd m Hath afmcfiiid j Mr. John C.cddjfd, Merchant, m si. chnlinphfr'� Cluuth-far.l near the Baas, t *  a large dark-br ma OcldinC. aboiii 1) llarfii ht(h, wnli a fm�U May sod a vjljlk Tail; likcwife a litdc bay Na* t/uli a KUze m hit Face, about 14 Ha,.d� hi^h, and a Scar io tha TadJle place, all hree lull aged, and when they �co( a* ay bad each of rhctn a Lock up>n wj�of tbeir for* feet. Wl��yer will gt�< Noriia 10 Mr. J�h� Johnton, inCaahatl-lsne where they are, <.r tr.ll bring or fe d rbeto 10 hiqi ai afonfaiJ. thill recti�e �t*"'"* Kevard for each, witb realonabla Chains, |0 b� paid ' by ihe f .id John Johnljo. ^ To be peremptorily SOLD, On Tueflaf tbt l � at the yearly Rear ot *,!. �oa. f�u� e m New shorcbara la the C�Utf of *uifcs i and ano�l�r Freehold Mairuigajjf Tcocramr, � present cit'tM io�o �<� Teneooeurs, arid 10 �rheieyeral Occupatiooa gf w,Ui�tnsvi�� � ll. �o�. Vea., �nd of Joho Edward, at JhaYcar, utua.c to Near slh/tehatn atorcfaid i the neot ot the whole �"�^sunhaj, 
                            

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