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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 6, 1834, London, Middlesex                                rr ii � 'i AM* arriv'd a Mail from. Holland. Mantua, OBobtr 47. H � Imperial Amy was join*J Yeflerday by 6000 Rccnirtj, and by the ictYl ' next Month will receive the 16 Bat* faxa rite Jlbbe ; aftcr-whkh Cc�m Jiccugfcgg will divide fen Army ra two Bodies, ok whereof* wiQ aft open the Oglw, and the other march 10 Revero and the other fide the *z5�t^i0V. 7. The Imperial Troops which tqok Pof-ajfagef Worm*, haw again quitted that Place, and are re-ui�Mo� this fide the Rhine. They are now cocarnp'd at Skoftn. They have likewise withdrawn all the ArtOkry Atr mtl'd thither, and brought of all the Forage and Am ZLjt* prepar'd for the French Troops. The Imperial TrMiafenbliDg wkhaHSpetd at Swctzingcn; and Prince ��ialan of Hdfc k fct oat fan Neckeraw, with toe ?m>��wJer hn Command, to join them. As for the French, d^wbok Army is In Morion; they are refblv'd upon the Cscatiaaof-'fcrne Enterprize of Importance, which will hot btfcag a Secret. The Marlhal Duke de Noailles has cron/d rk Rhine with 30000 Men, and the Count de BeUifle it pre-wrjg* to follow with another Corps0/ equal Number. The fcfcjijfrwttt ef Worms are in the nunoft Conflernatko. farha~ ,W foupled the Demands of the French, with Regard to Waiter Quarters. The French courfe up to the very Gates of Haft whey have ida'd upon the Pod of Oppcnheim, where mw a (Sarriwn of 1 coo Germans, who had liberty to retire their main Army: In fhort, the Campiin find* itfelf renew'd, ^fceof themoft unfrafonahlc Weather, and the Inclination of hah Armies. tmh,Nn. 5. The King's Troops in Italy, after the Arrival of !tbe 50 Battalions, will amount to 50000 Men, thole �of the King of Sardinia will be next Year 47000, and the 20 or ajcoo Spaniards which we are affur'd of, will make an Anny of about 126000 Men: With tnefe we flatter onrfelves �carry all before as, and to make an cafy Conquefl ef the iceaiaiag Paitpf Italy. fitfndanh AW ta- We learn from Drefdcn, that King, AsgeHai is at length fet out for Warfaw. Some Accounts in-that the Venetans having been ioform'd the Im- |namb defign to take Winter Quarters in their Territories, yautad to oppose it by Force of Arms. JW, tfii! 4- Wind S. W. Remain, the Dutch Shir, a* Cadis, with Sc. Qaintm, Petrir, and Adrtatkk, Hanah, Jar Sodghts', the other onrward bound are faiPd. Came down atdreaains, Leghorn, Wherry, tor Ancana. Arriv'd, Lucy, Fatter, for Bremen. LONDON. The Aeeoants we receive in relation to the Disposition of the Chad Tnrk to make Peace with the Persians, or War with the Saspoar.vary jofl as the Weather-cock changes: a South Wind ejafatsTy fends Letters from France, menuonmg pofirivcly, tail a Treaty kojvckcrp witJiTbnsnas Kocli Kant; bat a frvPbiatt more to the Eaft, give as Advices from Bruflels in tvtAOppofition to the other. Letters from Conftantinople . Baled the 13d of Sept. arriv'd Veflerday by the way of Venice, jaonatr, that however hard the Conditions are upon which the Tedaaos offer Peace to the Turks, yet the Porte appears refolv'd a) accept them, in order to prevent a general worrefiion of ike ftople, who are greatly dr&untentcd with the War in rVrfia; that as the Ignominy of giving back by Treaty all the Cosaadts obtxin'd at So r*& an Expenceof Blood and Treafitrc, osftt ram upon the Grand Signior the Contempt of bb People, tieaeslly expose him to the Hazard of being depos'd, 'twas jJfi. iherPoree, in order to five their Credit, defigo'd 10 let tie Perfiam regain them under Colour of Arms; for Thamas Kosli Kant, with a Body of 40000 Men, was actually advanced towards Erivan, witiwutanylntemiptieoc�thepartof the Ottoman Army. Tbefe Letters add, that the Porte was so erhrnfttri both of Men and Trea&ux, that it was not believ'd mt*Srand Signtor could be (putted up to a War againfl any I Chnfttan Powers; that the People alio ulk'd loudly againft it, sad that the fiequutt Audiences which the Prune Vizir gives CantBonnevaJ, and a certain other Perion to whom the Count hotly a T-ool, was with no other View thin to take the latter Ja fJRJl(cm Purfjs, and to render it ntorflary (or the oppofite Party to throw in an equal-Weight of GcJdj in order to keep, ftc Balance even": ~ An Artifice (be Prime Miniilers at Cnaftamipople often play off fuccetsiully. _We hear that a Proposal will be ibon made bcre'en the part 5 mt Etaperor, for borrowing joocooi. tlciung upon Sccu-ntirs. Lttters from Milan advifc, that his Excelkncy the Earl of Ffiajt lis Majcfty's Ambaffador at the Court of Turin, is atbally audtiag Preparaoons (or his Raorn to England. The Ang of Sardinia rrftding at prefenr where a B^tnih Ambaflador (uaaoKiM^^arreod him, hi. Excellency's FrS&ncc in Italy aay not be any longer ncceflkry     ,J They write from Berlin of the 6th Infl�r, N. S. that the Ptnfta was Changrd for the worfe. that the Gout had kani his right Arm, and that he had not flept a Wink for the y-pweeding Nights : Hu Pruffian Mnie&y has fiimfclf **atra the manner of bis Funeral, and given the Prince Royal �jAosice on (evend Pcinu. The Angab-Merchant of Liverpool, Capt. Richard Cowper 'neiiMnder, homeward bound, having made a very advanta-P"*'Oy*ge, corning into the Iriih Seas, met with hard Gates; F*     zid of hA Month, with great Difficulty, imc 10 y ^caor in Hyk--lake, in order to be pihxicd next Tide into "on, when in half an Hour after bcr Arrival in that Har-**r' th�e came foch a terrible Squal as fore'd her from her and drove her upon Dove (a Sand-Bank), where (he !?.    "'^y      t0 pieces; the Captain, his two Mates and �J*"�'four Hand*, betook tr^Hves to the Yawl, and the JgfflT* Crew g� into the Ship's Boat j the Vawl being light "�*r8�arunning, fa.      hu$. beworr, the other Boat their Aufiancc, the Captain (w>d all the Crew got 4^*"*** at Hyls-iakc ; but the Cargo, ccnfiltmg of Sugars. Jjjj and Elephants Teeth, to the Value of Sooo 1. was .X�J��aay bang the Anruvrr&ry of the Gunpowder Plot. w *** obtov*d throughout tf* Cuir* of Loodoo and r"**�ft� �jih ihc cfuil iolcmn.ty. The Right Hon. the *f*Jt �*y��. Court ol Aidrmeo and ShcrifFs, went with the ��**ttnulity to the Cathedral Church of St. Paul's, and �*� a hermcn prtach'd by the Rev Dr. Crew.  The Ar- tillery Company hooted the Flag bsoa the new Armory, and the Cannon was dtaivu out and ireu two Ronalds. , YetWday in the Afternoon hb Majefty Went tohUStabks pi the Meufei and view'd hh S^a^Horfts, smongft whkh are some young Horkl that Isavebecn lately brought thither from the Studs. Her Majefty coarmues induWd. Ltft Night Use King, the Prince oT Wales and Ptiaceft Amelia, wms^amtofee the, Opera of Arbrarfo, in which Srgnor FarmeOi continues to jug m a crowded Andicnce, wkh all imaginable Abplaafe. . We hear that his Majefty lias been plcafed ro gr� Dlrtakms to the Right Hon, {he lords Commiffionert lor Trade tod Plantations, to prepare a Draught of a Charter for ertablifh-ing a Ovd Government and, Courts of judicature at Gibraltar, where there is to be a Mayor,J a Akfermen, and 24 Common-Council-Men, and m a lew D^ the tame is to be laid before ms Majefly in Council. The Rev. Dr. Baron, FJeao of Norwich, and lately Arch* deacon of Norfolk, has reftga'd the {kid Archdeaconry into the Hands of the Right Rev. the Lord BHhop of Notwich J and wc hear the lame is likely to beconferr'd upon the Rev. Dr. Salter; Prebendary of that Cathedral.        - Proa Cambridge wi hear, that on Saturday laft the Rev. Dr. Longv Matter of Pembroke, (the present Vice Chancellor) the Rev. Dr. Towers, Matter of Chrifi, and jthe Rev. Dr. Adaka*. Matter of Sidney, were each of them prick'd, by an , edual Number of Heads, for Vice-Chanceltor for the enfuing Year, which occafion'd it to devolve upon the Rev. Dr. Bent* ley as Regius PrefciTor, who thereupon prick'd the two latter t out of whom the Body was on Monday to chute ode for that Office. , 4 .   .      t We bear that the Rev. Dr. Hayter, Chaplain to hit Grace the Archbifhop of York, will fuccecd the Lord Biffiop of Saiiibury 4h the Matterfhip of the Temple. We hear the Rev. Mr. Bradford, Redoror Elton and Co)-, lingham in N�onBhamfhire, isgomgovato'Barisadoes, with fbme important Dirpatchcs rohniEauwileacy'the Lord Vilcount Howe, Governor of aliat Iftshd*. The Right Hon. the Earl of Leiceftef, Conttsble of the Tower, lies dangerously ill ol the Gout at his Seat at Pcof-hurit in Kent.- T YeRerday Morning the Lady of the Hon. Peter Batburft, Efq; Brother of the Right Hon. the Lord Batburn, was safely dcliver'dof a Daughter, at hjsHoafc in Daver-Street. The Fleet atSpithead separates daily l finotourlad, Orders are gone for his Majeuy's Ships the Northumberland, Sterling Cattle, Nottingham, Tilbury, and Windfbr, to winter at Chatham; and the Revenge to repair to Sbeernets. On Sunday laft came Advice to the Admiralty-Office, that on Thurfday laft died at Exeter Mr. DowjmsaB, third Lieutenant of hisrMajefly's Ship the Revenge. And Yeflerday their Lordihipt were pleased to appoint Mr. Fortefcue, Son of Judge Fortetoae, to fuccced him as third lieutenant of the hid Ship. And alfoto appoint the Rev. Mr. Hurdman to be Chaplain of bis Majefty's Ship the Seafbrd. Yefterday died at hu Houft in New-firm by Fetter- High Water at l^a^ Bridge tiki* Dap, a* afttvgin the MoiTslwg; ltd at eraftety iatwl * tor M, ROT .T E..RV D A . tTbi C M AK O Q* SI*?. .Tobias jewers, Cmmaiiir^... SAILS 00 Friday next, ntrt* tvwf at St Os�tMiiM-*�� tatst va Osd* a�4 Nff�t��T�, aei ouy bt ffpenw wieh ftwf Oaf, frasa Ma tilt �t*aftr*> at she ttva�ia% "  "  otd oa the DwoVWasx- at '* * tits*,**! ataatwaiwi at Mwhstl I T(|�r i>auTI��w>DMh,�r . ' v " Peter VoaJc, JJ> iaV Mtjwn Three JL/ ii r OST Yefttrday, be ween Two; JO o'clock.�!A(h�t-6itf,.GoM W�b* wi^nflala OW> tWMakn'S rtltM JoWt>It Wintehi. Waotrvr btwa> It WOW MatV Mead tmot m t m^.hatl-nrtvt, shafl have fee Calarss aweonf. waf no qpcilivm atk'4.    , ;     - ,   �- . .....^ W-g. UhaiaplawMtafcaUMienmiu        , T^ERE u wanted, m large Hdufe tHth I f- Corth-va*) an*) Srabha, ae�r tfwftoval �siiwaja, asvnlMl ofVe.it. Bwfftra at ttswrnfl's Cunm swefc ml Hawaii flit* ee> OST on Tucfday the 29th ol laft. about Tw�lw oKhA, the Oarwror Ojasa#l . Ooie Waicb Ittta sua strive. tt� ami eat at � - PabWt-Sux. 1 ha Aims  Croft, with a HCim for the Cvesh 1 ktr*�N�owMlinof UdM. tt m fVtte a^rshsnaotk* f wiU briaa k to Mr. N�av�s, WattfVsswMr, am tksat v* iha Ta�m.e�v Bcauiott-ttiiiJiaes, fhaff ranww tOmQmmmKswefi* *nd *>Q?*flHxi*asa,4. lf^At*UWmP*  anJ tht Top* attoot !* CraiM. Whoc*�r twMts the taM Tr  QptMtawissh'd. IT tnfagfjjja tx Mi �r 9**�M* pray flop ttwm. Hofrw�t�t iu*ar4 wf� Iwoaw'aV I   OST ihc 30thof Oaober latt about Sr. I J Janws's. an twiia SMI aWfchw shrsk'A wjh ival swas�i Sawtl � the Tjo. Whorm fw fcawJ k.aw^UU Wlafj^ aTth� Crowa Conrc-huuft, oe*r rb* Caenh in f ot GoMitnitbs Halt, Obatl hate four GwVaa* ftewanL s�4 a�  riD^crofs. (hall have Three Guineas KcwSf*, �a4 m> ttpsttiaaa aa�*i.> [ OST laft Monday Night about 9 o*Clock� JL-/ iiSt. Paol'�Chii�ch-y�taV a $A'tt * & hi ilBV% **asa� Tuiopioo, LorcVxi, Nu       virba U�ck lubhw. wlnavcr htwga k to Mr. Wilfe*., v/stclH  Ojatgrwa **>'�,    ,     % OJST or miHaid V black Ltttw Cafe, tit which were fcrtral iassn Notts of it**', psyabje so Ut aiofrl Moravia, or Order, m4 ssver*J Bsc^pts. a*t �antra, V A> tile tut r e?j� Hop.. If any ftrrst* �PI h**>f the {*a| Letter-cab. �C U> MufSlles CioBWhoatc ia> Os>\n9U**f*J fhaU hav half a Ou'aea lewate. ami awOjevWw ashV. I 01 S T on the 30th of October laft, about o'clock wihcBwtcwa, briw�vs) �- J--\ � nnfe nat iha Hay-Muket, aPiwrjcioatici to a Hautpot, wiiha fkraltflwe jf Silver on it. Whoeter �iU bfiaf. it to �bc t,wf<4Qtm    ~ " book, '^e Corner ot the tiayliarkec, Ou'i rcssm Mf a Ke�4i4. ' ; "   ...... --� -. , Jff OST from Jamea-ftreet, t:oven^Ga7detti I I \j betwcea Four ao4 Sts o'Ciock is) Ike Aftercooa ess Uorwfai ikss tad *hi IUwaedi ANY Work-lioafc or private Pcrfon iadinabl* to SMialsia abntl ttu fWaC aBr�nafbawhle cwanoo-ptr Aaosws. aic rfefir'4 to apptr to sir. WtgiassUaf, at ploogk ia WadiaaUrcct mmSnUffym* �htn rhvy asay laway farttw. ,,,      , ��       _- -   �    .              -.. : Place is wantcti'lor a young Man that wrfi3 �t* accomou w  ��*! rccoswawadai. Bav Oawile* saan or Shupkccper waotifg fucb a Pcrfcn. on IceeW* t^Httx to Isiaa HE Affigtxesol the Efface ot Koberc Nay, latent -r -�---^y   - , p,,,,^ of MjaUlefta. via��Ucrt)a)dCaafnuK>, |--^ -----nmai'fl., J Dinkiupc is iffu'd, iauod to aaeet at ib* r^*t iff ffsiliiafs ia Blueabbury-Mirfcci anth* lib lotfe*. at } o'Clatfi k^rAai Aiswaaoa. ia order to fe� to ihc bett Biddoe fcar Moofn. Bart cftlwfkUaVAtVC ---------   WwiMMgi eaa^bsi bad, /. 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