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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 13, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Naples OZcbcr 6. [ H � Siege oT Capaa, which was ntdi'd upon a tew Days ago, is now kid aiide, npon the Intelligence which feme pretend a Dcfcitcr give theSpatiHh Officer?, that the Piovificos of the Place weic quite expended, and that the Gar-rilon mult either furrcmier or pciifh by Famine; but others fay, .thata tract Rrafoo wa.�, the Occahon which his Neapolitan Majetty rinds fcr hu Tttwps,1 }b ether Pisces: and indeed tome Advices mention, that Capua p- -- Aar.A *o many lOOTC > block In ctner ri�� --------- ------- feu by its Situation fo many Advantages, and io many fcy the Conduct of the Governor, that it is impofuUe to jt op i �"d that the Count de Traun, as he has hitherto done, guy continue to fupply himflf from the Stores o/ the SpanHh Trccps, without any other Expcncc than that of new Stratagems. In the Sally he made a few Days ago with a Party of gjeoao'iers hung round with Belts, in the manner the Cattle ate put out to gra^in the Meadows, be threw an Alarm into a djttant Qaarter of the Camp, who really imagin'd that the Cattle bad been driven thither by fome Violence t which Aawiement gain'd the Governor a double Advantage, lor hb Grenadiers laid near 50 Spaniards dead on the Spot, whilst tuotber Detachment from the GarrHon carried off1 the Bcatb, toho by the Succefc of this 1'rojccl wen left defencekfi. ' Pei/rfimrg, OOobtr 26.  The Academy of Sciences efla-Wifli'd in this City, is ahead/ in a very fiouriflting Condition ; and arooogft the many Advanugcs it reaps by aCortrfpon-dence with foreign Literati, it draws no fmall Improvement, from the learned Men in China : The jefuits at Pekin and Nankin, who erjoy the utmotl Protection and Favour in that Country, have communicated Several new Geographical Obfrr-nrjons upon Japan, China arid Tartary, and forne vcty carious Remark* in Aftronomy have been brought hither by Mr. JUnge,' the .Czarina's Commiflary at Pekin, the Works of various able Chincfe Doflorc. Mr. Lange b come hither b� jnake fome new Proposals with relation 10 the Advantage of Commerce, but was defirous *c the lame time to enrich his (Coontry with fome valuable- Pieces of Learning. Mil**, Nov. 3.  T>>c City of Pavia being either tmabk or jBQt willing to contribute farther to the Tax calTd the Diaria, which his Sardinian Majeily exscb frotr. the Inhabitants of the iMilaneie, that Prince hat feat 2000 Men thither to live upon the Town till their Quota of the Tax (hall be by tome means erocured. The Generals of the allied Troops are drawing lines and repairing the fortified Places with as much hattc, as �it they apprehended the Germans would make ihcu a Vita as fbon as the Reinforcement was arrived from the Rhine. Oantaid; Nwtmbcr 6.  The Deputies from our Magjftra-fct out for Warfew, in order to be prefent at King Au-� Jim's Arrival there, and to make on that occaftcn a new babmifficn to hi* Majefty in the Name of this City : the}' are accompany'd by Deputies from the Protefiant Ccngrcgitions, who are to afiifl at the General Diet to ukc Care cf the Intends of their Religion. Vt*ut, AW 6, The Senate has reccVd Letters from Cboftantinople, with a Confirmation of the good Diipnfiiion the Porte is in to prefcrve a good Underftanding with this Re-publick, as a Mark of which, the Grand Signior hasfenta Captain Bafbaw to the lile of Tenedos, to receive oar new ArobalTsdor, and to conduct him at bis HighneiVs Expcnce to t'onllantinople. DtaU'No-v. 11. Wind N. E. Remain in theDowru, Everton, Clark, far Holland; and a Ship for Calais. Arriv'd, Chartcs, Watts, from Maryland. LONDON. Lad Monday Mr. Duncan arriv'd at Harwich, with Letters from his Serene Highnck the Prince of Orange to her Royal JJigbnefs the PrinorU. And Yetterday that Gentleman arriv'd at Si. James's, with Letters from both their Highneffes to their Majesties and the reil of tlie Royal Family.__ His Serene Highncfs continues bis ReCdence at Helvoctfluys, Waiting the Arrival of her Royal Highoefe, who is ft ill at Capt. Philipion's at Harwich, waiting a (air Wind ro embark. A few Days ago her Royal llighnris caus'd the Mayor, -Aldermen, and other Members of the Corpora-ion ol Harwich, to be entertained at the Inn call'd the Three Cup, where a liioDer confiding of 50 Dimes was provided for them, and Pknty of all fort* of fine Wines. --Htr Royal Highoeft diverting hcrfclf in a Morning with liking into the neighbouring Field*, all the Stiles are uktn P*ay, and the Paths kveiTd in the bell manner for her Accorhmodation. . ^ The Right Hon the Eail of Saliflwry has prelected his Majefty with his Ktd Deer, and the tunc will be icmov'd in alew Days from Hatfield Park to Richmond. Veflerday the Right Hon. the Couiucft of Suffolk and Bin-v�, Groom of the Stole to her Majeily, tefign'd her Place. Her Ladyihip, who had Apartments in St. James's-Hcofe, M gone to reticle with her Bi other the Right Hon. the Lctd HoUut, at his Hcufe in St. JameiYltpare. The Duke of Leeds hath wrote, that he fiiculd arrive in J�*Ie � cuiiday ie'nnigbt > and that after a very fboit Bay in that City, he would return to Great Britain. I*he Duke of Kingfton cumcs over from France at the MtBiogoithe Parlunitot. LaA Thuifday died at Scarborough in Yorkshire, in the 90* Vear of hi> Age. Lewis Waifon, K% a Gauiasan paf-laVd of an Eibtc or near 40CXJ1 per Annum. Ytflerday the- I>crd* of the Admiralty rccciv'd Advice of :he J*�h of Capt Jdfreys at PorffoiuiiL, C=. -maadcr cf coe of Majefiy's Ships of War. I heir Lordmips are come [o a Rcfolution. to provide tor the AjaUcrs of Ships lately itdcrm'd from SUvcry ia Bartury, i* "�*cej fludl become vutant in the Navy. . The Rev. Mr. Wijfon, Curate of St Paul Covent-G ^rden, � appomud Chaplaiii of UL Majetiy'* Ship lU At�yU, ordcr'd < 4 Voyage to tae WelModies. A ciUiday died at his lloule in Bond ttrcct, John New-Elij; a GentUmsn of a plentiful Fortune. !r*{J1*y Morning a Woman was fcaiid dro.vned in R06-^e^t-Pond in St iani^'s P�rk ; *ad tiic BmeMc:ning,a ceortnl anetarr the Tetfibry ft|h�*ag. and btctnfe ihe gav� him a Denial, he went Vxoe and hangM himielf, bat was luckily cut down before he was opine dead, and the Tiwriday after was married to her. On Monday the Commiffioaers for making a Sotvry of all the Officers, Oaks and Mmiften within the Court of Chancery, and enquiring into their Fees, met at their Houfc in Arundel-ftrret in the btrand ; and the Sheriff of Middlesex having par* fiunt to a Precept tnum'J a fccoiKf Jury, confiding ol very eminent and rrparab'c AtMrnrys and Soliicitors (whereof Mr. Myers was the Fercevm), Sir John Goofon (being the firtl Conmimoner named in his MajeAv*� ComrndBoo) in a very learned and excellent Speech, cxplain'J to them the Impor-rancr, Nature and Ufciulodi of the Comnuffion, and of their Duty touctupg the prefent Service, and referred the tlx following Offices to their present Knouiry : 1. Toe Six Oiks.  2. The Sworn Clerks.   3. The Waiting Clerks.  4. The Clerks of the lnrollments.   5. The Clerk or Keeper of his Majerty's Haruper in Chancery. And, -6.: The Clerks of the Petty-Bag. This Evmirig will be PcrfomVd, At the TatATKt Rotal in Covsnt-Garden, The Onta of PASTOR FIDO. At the French Theatri ia the Hat-Markst, La FOIRE de St. GERMAIN. &c At the Theatri Rotal ia Drxj rr - La x t, JULIUS CiESAR, with the Ixtr iou i sg Ch a u a s r m a i d . At the Ntw Theatrs in Goodman's-Fi elds, The FOND HUSBAND, with the Necromancer. BANKRUPTS. Charles Shan, of Cbcapfitk, Locdcn, China nun and GlatVfclkr. James Hemming, of Evcfham, in the County of Worceder, Chandler. William Wrgan, late ol King flreet, London, Cbfieenan, Broker and Cfu| _soman._ Hfh Water at Londoo Bridg* toil Day, as 19 Minutes after 1 io the Morning, and 43 after 1 in the Afternoon. Veflerday Back Stock was 136 1 4th. 13$ 3 4tbs, a 6. India 143 1 half, 143. Souh Sea Ttading Stock 79 3 4*bs, 79 t half, a 3 4ths. Old Anmriries 103 1 8th. Ditto New Aimaitiei 104 a t Sth. Three per Cent. Annuity 92 1 half. Million Bank 107. African 20. York Buildings 4- Royal Ailurance 96 1 half. London AiTurance 11 7 S.bs, � 12. New Bank Ci'cuiaucn 31, ioj. Prera. South-Sea Bonds 3I. 3s. Prcm. India ditto 3I. 8s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 21. Prera. Ecglifli Copper zl.  WeKh ditto Books Ihut. Salt Tallies 1 3 4ths per Cent. Prcm. -      � - " 1 Hand-in-Hand Firc-Officc. rpHE DireSors give Notice, that a General Mtetutg cf the GvOributsri �f tlx faid Sucittf wiUki ktld at thtir Ojjue I, Axgd-Qziat cm Smnv-MH, Tomxrrw, tbt 14/6 lit/last, by Thtt in tbt JflcrmtB, ititrt alt nvbobav* tufted art dfjlr'td n bt frrjtat. s N-B. Tee Ele&itm *f Dinars fir tbt Tear t*/uing, h bj&ting, tall bt btid at the faat Plact tbit Dm, tbt i$tb Injlant, fiem Am* to 7�c fa�ifng*� imtga feland fowh; fmall Ba ^c Tur.lc l>:fti liora bl'biiy, w: lexfal Cukwt i fiac fctr-U� .m;> .u^.ici t.uoi lt�e Wc�-tuie� ; a 3:aiba| lint uUi feidftogt Ua C*�a.->-^a'  iu�%; witb o.L� tUtux*. \X/HEREAS lour or Ave%l^.%MaMl' VV mbt CarpenHh, west 0* th*f�U ttMRoa Moaltjf'm 4� laftiat, bnaeen the Hoar* of Sit at* Swan la the tieraiaf, ml withiLtirtvoh cutthaf.y�tid�i mftmU naM^thi* kbs^lii Noikr, that if ttvy xm ot m m tl tha laid TtHbat wiUcoaM i�i 4a* out him or than who tut th* laid mid��, an4coa*iA bha or.iheat of the lame, bt or the* Qn\\ ie�ei�e the Sam of Itn Cbjtett �M� la* ContWionttafjtcfiiJ, to u paw by tht cktfc of tbt m Brtjf, A COURSE of C H YM IS TRY, Pbihfopbical and PratJkaIt ' By H. PEMBERTON. M.D. Fi�.Si A*J Pttfijfo tf Pbjfki h Gr$*m  Cafigr, will Ham Ibii Dai, tht ipb hfiant, at 6 fCkii in tbt Bvttim$ (If Twelve (hall h�� fubicrib'd by that time) At Dr. Hook'* L�b��to*jt tbt Tvn. how all thi Chjmieal Metiie�.�� ndw iiv blltem it* prtpatMt 'tbf      of' _   -.,-----.. ... simin in 'in -hyaiitlry in theR�er�l Trade*, whoft Wc^ks Arpwd Hp� ihttWaj oplc* ol' this An, in psctuuar ilia ftwal ways of lutein*! .im nhaiog Mrt.ls, a-nl tlw Wohod' t.f maKii.R ClTsji. tN whok Will be dalirai'd la loch ao Ofder, whsttb/ itat Alor*tk>M graAaw prylue'jia ihe SuWIancei wrought oiwo mUf bdl appear, Mdthf Impioireilicnts bt mo(l eslily umkillood, whkli hit* bim ot iU} hi mnviu N p!i>hyihtMelpoJCh|rmillry.    .       SeUeross of the Comic the deltvcr'd, � d SuMiilpltoet ��WlN * Mr. Edwards's. Chymirt, in Fctttr^Uue, Flctt-llreet t U'WWY CoRe�.boule near the Jloy.i (>aihai# ; an J �t tht UixlttUMta Lodftoga in Gr�lhjtij-Colb*e, biuViplRaic-llrcet.      ' : j DESERTED irom Major John Hdy�� Company, in the Hon. Col.Cornwall's Re|irotOt pf Foot, at W imhclltr, iHcttr tveritif, 23 Years of. Agi", fitef oot.titht tut tt �J4 ' three Qiuners hith stiihnui Sliot�, bnro at VU|ln|ton |nMlddUleS,*bf Trade a Tiylor, ot a fair Cumplcsiun, black tmir, �n4 aSest tahff left Cheek. rie'cricd tlfo from Capt. William Wietham'aCompariy, io tbt AM Kefiinent, Julm Sniiih, 19 Years of �*i, live Paoc fit tn Inches, aadj* tipsiicr hinh without Shuts, born iw*r Rolliier in Otibythire, by Trad* a Hutbtndman, of a fair Compleiion, lhjl:ub'own Hair, W�f �!*V ndmtrk'd with the Small Fui. ;    4 a|i;j dcleucd l�om tht fsia 'Com'panraiMl lWjtmett, William MIHt, * 18 Years ol Aye, five Fuoc fo�en Inches "ithuuiSh.MSi �"'a ��P�t�� ticceio Cornwall, a Wa(|onir, gf a fair Completion, li(hr-bro��B Hair, light.rrey byes, a Scar on tht Ki|ht CbMi, aiuilhtt on hUMoA, an.) a Mple on the Lett "fidepf his.Chin.^ Whacier takes and KcUtcs the laid Defer ters, or any of the*. laAOf Goal, and fend* Word to Heoiy IMpplt, ufq, Ageot to ibt Arid Magi* rmm'i, in Scotlaad.yard, WhitehaK, ono the ComnansjbgOBkft at  Wiochelier, (h�li receive Two.Oulnftjst Reward for eath of tocohoter mi above what it allow'd by *(l of r*iiUs�wnt for pprthtodlof Delettm. Henry Popple. LOST laft Saturday NTght, going from Covent-Oarden Playhuufo to norlii>grno>aard*H, and ffOBa theoca to Siiuhisopioo-Rii^, a Urge Gold timtlT dot, iht top cnarat'd. Whoever btingslt to Mr, Uctsttrde In Suuth�rmiion�rio*, ur tojohtfft CoReeliuofij in Chanftt Alley, fh*llhato luw�OuiiwasRawatd, and M Q;)eilions ask'd. D.RO^T near the Savoy in the Scrand, bluj livery Suit und Fruek lin'J �nh *ellowr^i(h ytl'�# bUik Molts and Cutf'..  Whccver will brinfc ihem to the White Hut If Alch'jufe in New (Irfct neut-eloihpair, (hall hew Two Quintal tts> watd, a�J 00 QucllioosJUk'J. II mingsfrom the liotll S*ord whb aa LOST on Saturday laft, cominj Opcft-^onrolnilieHty-Mirket, t tery lintll . . iiiiaidjiandlc. wlioeter fcr(ns� it ti Nfri. JatfefflnV; at the Whita tyon Tavern tit BiOioplJ^ub W"eet. (hall h�vc a Guinea and a halt Hewardi a Vint of W(iu, and no Queilioos juk'd. N. B. Ihf TafWH is a TlitnngM'air. \*7HEREAS a Receipt for tlw Sup) of One V V Pouad Sit Shillings, beating Di'.e Ihe Jill, of May, wraptopin t'ar:ola Newsf^per, watonFrid^heSiklAliantiliopt in St. James's Park ) ifaiiy perlbnhas found il.e famermnd wilt'hrmg u i) ur. Maitins, l>eruke-ca iinGracttburcb* (beet. li quire ol iht Book-keeper in ibe bid bio. For   BAT  H, Good eafy Glafs Coach fets out on Monday L    .1- -Ml. ft'a-^aw VismU*a..LJjiaj4.4-/Mirty In aT'*.*.�_ls>a>aa---- the it*;h loltanr, Irom Kwjj'tHesd toun to Cutc-ltoc, oter� againd ilieSouih Oale of fit. Faui's, wharc ViStogift ouy ha*j|o?i(tJ on realuiublc Toirns. LIVE    D OTS. NY �crfon who has Occafion- for forty , Brace of lite Ixxs, may bflfiipp'y'd whh'hwnatthrt�Ooi��at ____- ta nf   a . *>   Kamiutl tmmmmit   at-  lit*. aX�a, at ^Hoofaia War-ocr-drect, Cold-iiiclvCelds, ltn4om or m Uje Soft aMCtOwav SatfiOo-Waluoa, fctTea._ - .. :   - � Notice is hereby given to the Perfim-hftas Execw tors, &c. to the fate Mrf Atybony-Mofti Smith* __   ....... u:_-.,     Ll�-1. U^J___r For Sale by the C A N D L E, AT the Marino CotFee-houfc in BIrchin-Unr, on or abou. ihe a8ih lidlaiil, at Fuiu o'C|otic^ Ujt a\�� cefoaon, ihe loii-wiiig C'X*ds,r*it.      ..... \ li c I'xrky Cotfee Irom Akjiaodiit, io C/�t� fine Hoinllb Atom. CanUsu�'        ,'iDC'l' dcltverd by Samuel Torin, Sworn V fader. To  be  L E T T, And cntcr'd ujpon immediately, lately repair'dt # AVery good IIoulc on the North CondilH, l.ie in the rolUflkvi ol Mr. Ralph DU" dcctu'd, k.'i'jwn by the �'ii!n of (bt Ortytk-wd. Irxiiura Hill, kl<|. one-JMiult (ha Crown ad Hulls Taicro h Ch _ of Mr Tlctaus rowleli *i Lis Muu't in Orcit Otovotvf (U, bar of 0.� UcIjo CftftcWft la Con.'.jH, �r tt Will's sgaiij tfia b�*k jjaie.   

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