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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 28, 1834, London, Middlesex                                ! -�- gjK't cur lajl arritfd a Mail from HeP.anS. :i       Peterjburgy OShbtr 12. HE Emprrfs faring difpatch'cl the ncceflarv Order* for the liepattnrc of the French Troops dot are at Cron-lladr, Brigadier de la Mottr, accompany'd by the twelve other of the French Officers, had the Honour on the 10th Initant to kits her Hand, and to thank her lor the kind Treatment they bare had during their Say in this Country : Her Imperial Majetty rccchrM then jrtdonflfr and ordered, that all the Currotities of the City be f^thon. Thc.Kmprcfi has bkewife ordct'd. thai bendes TfMcBM and Proviuons which have been diUribored arocegtr. tJ* Frenchi Soldiers, every .Man (hall be fbrnisVd with a Knap tjck, a new Pair of Shots, and a Pair ot Stockings; and �ie-dutt, thatnotwithftanding theroogh Ulage whkh the Captains of the French Men of War gave the Ruffians who had the Mafbttuneto fall into their Hands, (he would (hew the World tint her Empire is not left polite than any other Nation ia EatOpti �"* althd* (he relented liigbly the Injury done her Snhjfrtf, yet (he (hould take no other Satniaclton on the French So her Power, than by heaping Benefits and Acts of Generofuy 000 their Heads. The Frigate taken by the French feme time, ago in the Baltick Sea, is arriv'd at ReveL Count Munich b not yet arriv'd from Danutick : we impute it to tbc Btfbtfi of the Roads. All Advices from Poland mention, that iDiilemper was rile there, which carried off abundance of People. MadiX, 03. i z. The King has been ill, but u rtcovex'd. CbSfielS arrive here frequently from Pcirugal, ind give oocaaco nii bequent Conferences. 'Tis afiiir'd tnat the good Intelli-esce between this Court and that of Ltfboa, is morcck&ly icemcDted than ever. fitma, 08. 20. We bare Advice, that the Van Guard of the 10000 Men Cent to reinforce the Imperial Army in Italy, ha already pafs'd the County of Tirol 'lis certain these Troops ufe all polCble ! 'igencc to join Count Kanigfrgg, before thofe expected by tnc Enemy can arrive; and as wc Ate ffitf'd, that the General has pofitive Orders to hazard a ded-fireBatileas feon as all hisSuccouraajrire, we (hall begin toon to exptft Ntwsof an Engagement. The Deputies of tbc States of the Hereditary Countries hold frcqu;ct Conferecccs with our Miniriers, to find out Means for raifing the neccfikry Sums towards carrying on the War. and to furnifh by next Spring 15000 Men, and 4000 Horses to remount the Cavalry. The Ucrgjrof the Archdutchy of Aullria have cfier'd to (apply the Emperor with a Sum of between five and fix millions. Yefter-day came an Exprefs from Contra minople, and fame (ay, with Advice, that notwithfiaading the Treaty of Peace negotiating between the Turk* and the Pcrfians, the latter have atnck'd tad totally defeated the Ottoman Army. Wwmi, OSidtr 26. The French Generals saving sjnren Notice to our Magiilrates, that they intended to quarter 8000 Men in this Place, two Deputies were trnt hence to represent ur low Condition, having neither Pro*uicn for Horse or Man, ind to beg them to accept a Sum of Monty in lien of tending Troops hither; but tbtfc Gentlemen gave no Attention to our . Deputies, not other Anfwer. than that they mutt get thru Quarters ready by the zcth Inllant. On the 23d at Night, the Duke of Wirieinbctg, who was mail boat fix o* Clock Ycfterday ?/ ruing. His Hrghnets, who ty this prudent Sup has gain'u a very important Poll for the Imperial TwojjJsT is fct out on his Return to Hciiieibeig : He has> tent tar feme Artillery Irom Ftankfbrt, and ha� orvki'd a Bridge of Boms to be laid over the Rhine, as likewue other necetiary Preparations40 be made (ot its Dcieucr, in cafe the French ftould attack it. T he nine Battalion? of French Troops which WptrTJtiach'd by Marthal d'As.'eildt to take up tisdr Quarters here, arriv'd thisMoruuig at Spy*, and were furprrz'u lu end ihelmperialiiis bad-iaken their places here. Fnm lit Upper Rhiite, Odabtr zj.   The Imjperial Garriicn �tWom:s is tbis Day augmented to 5000 Men, and the iuiJgc .....�WwwiM tAjtJCTftom'Qp^helm'." The French are bying up Magmines at Tiaerbach. and have requu'd the ceigSbtuiiiig Coontries to convey tbittitr 15006 Rauons of Hay, Oats and Straw, under pain of military Execution frewfytrt, VjJtn z8.  The Pope has granted a Bell to the ElrcJot or Bavaria, lor taking the Tenths of all the tcclriiaiii olEflates within hu Dominions for fesen Vears, and hai given kirn Leave to ufc_Rigcur in cai? cf any Reiufal.  TLti Puce t% �a*n up in the ufualSiile of the Vsucin : his Holiadt* ufrs thaamongft other fcxprettins : " V.egratsritii Favour to ctr "dear Son th� Eke tor cf Bavaria uith {j much tee mere " pKaifutne&, as wc are atq-jaitagd w:rf� his felsi Psety, fcrs h Y^e?,,'cn    "�*�� and his Atiaccnvut (at oar See.   X\ e '�� do not qucition, but he vn'.l iaip.ovc t^is Cot^eken^ca ci " *Wtncrcafe the Glory cf God, acd iexuci the Holy , *?k : ^ 0 which dct'u'd end cur dear Sen wdl the looser �� �tntf ^ a can'c'coc'�o� V igilance to �cp tne Prwgreii cf _4,..**?ery� whoUt Pojlon infitaHUo it klf oc) *huc. acd m Wtattns lb gtrat a N umber of good Cathclicks ; pcxucuhzly u        ojtlaucholy Coojuncture, when uc fee a Wax kusskd auluound u�, and flawing out wuh focb Vioiecxe * Fhe Imperial HulTars are dufribuud Lico the Yilugc tiat *|* ba Grace the Duke of Bokoii'i Laaiy ran ai Newmarket agzrsd hu Grace tleDuke of Devonihire'� OJiti, i^ji Miles fcr 500 Gairscai, whka were woo by the Icrinrr, iho* verr tJud ran. On l*LJay the Right Ron. thcEtrlof Portmore's Bay Filley ran agr'efl Mr. Yanr's Roan Filley) four Miles for too Gui-crjj, which were woo by the (briucr. On Saturdi) ten Horiits Harbd tut the Noblemen and Gen-tlessens LKCinboucc Mtocy of 15 Gutncaf each, the four Miirs Ccsate. which was woo by Mr. Howe's Bay i loxil-. Wc arc aSotai'J that a Catalogs* of tbc valuable Ubrary of tbc iiSe Mr, f occxu Ri4.&aidsbo, will certatcly be publtih'd the I t at nit and yf�: the Books utll b.-gui 10 be k.:J the II tii of tie Uii Mcsth, by Mr. O&ornc ot Gray'5 loo. BANKRUPTS. Hecry S-l^rp. cf Wahhasafow in the Coucuy of Eilcx, Apoatecary andCiapnian. |o.-o Squue, ot Lose Une, Loudon, Packer, jots Eadad. of Egt>am-hkh in the Paiifii of Egham in the CukAty of Surry, Brewer. High Water at luxdao Bridga |hb D#y, � 54 Minuta ifxi 11 ia she Moeuirg. Sai-cday Hank J�di�f� \\% tlwlf. Tiat'a"�M-South Sea Ttadtnit^otl/^  OM vw\c-+ .�>MV*^, theJO�cnihg.^4).t� MsSv vVtmuW'*- joj. I i.r#, pat Cent. Aiuwity 92 t half.  Millie* ItenVt*?. * AMem 10. York BuiMingi 4 a t 4th.  Royal Afrurm* oyi Jm* don AiTurano) t a, without the Wvidefrd, Clr� culation tl 10s. Pretm  SoutlnS**..JUmrfLi ft. Piejw India ditto at its.Ttaa. Three pet CSb* Pten. EngUfli Copper tl. 161.   Wilm'dkw;fMb W�. Salt Tallies, j 4ths per CWit. Prenv.      *       ^ *       ^ JU. At the KING'S THEATklt fir^i ptrform'J� N >imm., in tbc Ha}-Xurkcti   h�W *Caietatsth^Calieiy �*.     '--  - KotHtftJM whatever to be Jmiit�4 b�hli�4 1^ Ws*rl,: Te tW^ �r Six iCM.., I . .Th. MUtt T.tketa ht tJeUtet'd to tb� Subftrihsra. ptfte �ot SoWsnrxcn n tb� t}f8c� tn the Hajr.Mivkft, tat* I** IM �tt� AT the *�* �ki. By.tbi Ceiiipdni of Comedians*  , art InrWnal SpWr. Charua, taa8hs*trof HeVa, Iter* aod Leuwer, perfotnVj h� Mr. Ifolttt. Ml>Ct*aabars� Mil* j�wt }i>d others; rtsrfl fu�|. Mr. luetbtoo 1 Paritv Mr, T�ttk� Moot, vallatt, Mr. Samihtm and Mr DeUtarde t Hal*OMk�rs,.Mr. W�odMrd.�nJ Mr*. VaUoc�, Mr.OarJW �n� Mrs; bote, Mn_lT*ph|a� nd'Mi s'Ccftwd, Mir. HlodawlMila JawlLami t>aratof�, ntxtftatw in thtCbsraamof Psaialoon, Wettatin, ScaramoiMbaadf mtiW*':'-TMtaaad Mrt. Waod��i he reU of therart�h� th* Ci^td Ueaih uf Kiaf Henry V|. 0* anflil icquiuuen U ihe Cros o ty Jtluj Rtcftsrd , the Mutdrr rjl_T, aitct Edward V. sad tiisitiother is tbt r �er; �U Linking a\ the Barlaf Rxhtnend i toa ilic Otain nf Ki: j; Rkharu id ih� locator*bit fiuiUaf Bor^oith-Vieid, rxiot "�c (tne wu tou^hi bct��en it* IjMJSteeAr Y >rk *nd Isncafler > with many otbrr Hitlerkai r ,fl.i�i. tUpfRicuaxJ, Mr. Quei kji* Henry yi, Mr.Mil�ard| Oake of Bdtt' jtharn./'r. Mjtli; Bart of Kkhrnond, Arr. Cibbcr} QsetnUi. �gib.'^ Mix, Boiler   KIok Edward v. Mil* Hreu . ihe linte UaU of Yqefc, Mjji Cole . Uuke ut NortoJfc, Mr. Bqouu , lord Stanley, Mr, Mttni ot ibe Tower. M'- Wialtuoe ; Trtfl'li. W Crolti iZl Mtyor. Me, iUipcr'-.'Ou�by, M'.Oaioi Rvclift, Mr. Hscaitt, wiib Eetei(aiooieau of U��tng, \ernu* sndOwir, by Mtdrnwt* C nftri*. McM roicitr, Moof. Caingliop, m*X tukr, Mfletyvu" leaese, M�, Pelli�^, Mr. D*�wpof� Mr�. W�Jte/, MM.l�iUsa. u& U �oo aad od*r�. ~T To wbkb eill be acLitd * Grurrfcp* PawoesircM, ctll'd The BURGO-MASTER  TRICK'Q. With a C mic-Mcrfky-Ortrtu'c vmpo*4 by Mr. Chsikr. Burgo-M�(lcr, Mr. Nireloii� liirUquli, Moof. It Iran ipototabtot, Mia M*no . Bu.go Mailer'* Utrihi, Mr. JL�tU;rrt { SMitmouthTtt J*i�c9i     '�<"�. '-r. I'tlliof, Mr. Jsocw aad Mr. D*rt r( and MifeOttct, ^ tViib iulti Sttuti, &e, Boaxs  TtaMUfiwa ul flat tUitaod Uaib w<;: U liht�|l� ui�a ia. .   

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