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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 16, 1834, London, Middlesex                                arriv*k a Mail from Holland. Warfaw9 November 8. jINCE the. Adir^ige which the Poles obtsinM over a fma'.l Body of Muscovite Troops, the Party for (King Snniflaus ferrm greatly elevated, and the Nolittity of Kuls, Pocuiilu, and part of Volhi-nia, art gone over to that Prince.  Scleral thoufand Peafams belonging to the Forctt of Oilrdenlki have been pro-rided tvith Arm?, and are imrch'd to--U-ards the Road which King Auguflus jjS in his way hither, in order to intercept h.m in hi� ^^ytr at ball prdt up Ionic of his Attendants er Baggage; yGemA lafcy has few a large Body of Couackl anuCal- fjgmn,'A*r. to. The Court promiiec itfelf a fort of Afy-\m m Dilpvfition it difecrns at prclcnt in the maritime fjgtn- All F �y Cliriflian Powers. Tis affur'd from good 0tV that the Mejlures are taficn, and Funds provided (or |pil|aa Armyot Rear 86000 Men' in Italy early next Spring, ^teal Phfll'rt* � <*der*d to fct out inQaiuly lor the Army jfrpi-d generally btliev'd that the Operations will con-^jdafi Winter, ow Trodpr having an Advantage over the I 'mmf,M ^"6, more iour'd to Cold and Hardftips. It has. |rt�fr�d, flat the Army Hull receive SubMance from tho Cr Jbaivcntof Venice and the Fcrrarcfe. |.  wri       15. They write from Lembardy, that the fga&, eonaithttaoding their Scarcity of Provifionsv permubd ftttrofoBr Troop*to forage on their fide the Oguo, and to tjtyjtof without interruption.  It appears by the late Ex-that the Gennaas have made lewcr Priiongra than we his PhyftiaM a*W*y declafJ Dum wttft the Torino* Royal, wtoicamwer k* the. Klnf ��*��tt during the acme Agonies of hkDirtenper, nd emmadetheiss hi� own by the Part he took tn them, wudenVd by the Kio| to take a Tour for a lew Days to drrfrt his Anguim t tad accordingly his Royal Highness rcpaiA! to BeVlm; where he cntcrtainM the Margrave of Swedt and tic Ptiocefi hi* Bride, who from thence proceeded to thtir Place of Rttrdence. t The Speech which his Pniffian Majefty made the Bride and Btidegrooin when tVy waited epo.i him in hit Bedchamber, in pany (pleedidly drctVd, and every part of the Ceremonial per; Icrm'd with the vtmoft Magnificence, The Ioftant of exchanging the Rings was noufy'd10 the PubUck by three Saho** from twemy-ninc Pieces of CaanoD, which bad been brooght thither from Derlin, and after Supper the Hymeneal Dance was perform'd to Flambeaux held by General Officers and Colonels of the Atmy, The Feafts and Divert!om at Court continued for two Days after, during which time the Kingotrett fent to defire they would be merry t but Iris-Majetty'i Danger was notwithllanding vifible in e\ery Counxnance, and thole Entertainments had nothing of Mirth but the Appellation. On ThurfiJay latl a General Court of the Governor and Company or the Mine Adventurers of EngUnd was held at tjicir Houie in \Vincheftcr-i?Lect, and the following Gentlemen were chofen Governors and Directors for,the cnlutng Year, vi*. ____: Walter1 Pryfe, E% Governor. Andrew Rohinfon, Eiq; Depury-Govefoor. D IRE C TO R S, Thomas Bos%oate, Efq; Mr. Toby Chauncy, Samuel Child, Efq; Mr. Deputy-John Child, Edward Harrifon. Efqs John Jacob, Etqt x lor we have exchang'd but 1800, and they have but la^yrt os in Iku of the Imperialittt the King of Naples!� *~h**f*t, Nov. 18. The Duke of Wirtemberg is expefted lexenry Hour, and all the Imperial Troops are gene back to rfjsr Writer garters. The French, beiides tne City of V(B)i^ hn-e vktn Poffiffion of Frankesttial, PfedcrQteim, (2m&*&tf ;o<) fomc other Fbces oi lefs Importance in the t&Uua ct Treves and Meniz. They i       Oahfoaday the atit paftdiedat Msdrid, the Right Hon. wHfiam North, Lord North of Rirtliog Modo and Larthlage, j lad Grey of Rollerlon, and Fellow of the Royal Society, j h the Reign of the late Queen he was one of the Privy Coun--VGoipisr c|;Port(mouth, Lord Lieutenant of the County .. of CacuaiJge, and Licutenant-General of her Armies. He '- :rTfaf'dthroogl:cut the whole Courfe of ^he late War, and had '    tbr Misfcirtauc to kifc one of lib Hands in the Service.   In t! c rjbse Reign, isii Lordihip, with the late Duke of Norfolk, Bi-fc� Att*rLury anJ Dr. Friend, was conrin'd in tbe Tower, -J    msomalstr U'u Releafeiucnt retir'd into the Spanifii Serviic, 1 T^fchete he was iccciv'J ir, the Qualiry of a Lieutenant-Gene-nL His Lordlnip nt-.ried Mary-Margarctta. Daughter to _   llyahecr Elmert, fbaie time Rcceivcr-Geneial to the Seven (JtuSad Piovuicr\ but had no lii'ue.   He hed one Brother, sjlodtrd uain^mrd. fo that his Ti:le of Lord North devolves a his Full Contm the Rig": Hon. the Lord Guildford, one of �ie Lords of tr,t- Bedchamber to his Royal Highnels; the jTitle of dbx�d Giry.of Rollcflon, by which the late Lord's Father was funmon'd to Parliament, as marrying the Daughter, rfWflliia Lord Grey of Wark, becomes extinct. -'"  His Excellency Mr. Walpole, who was wjth the Prince of S^1^6 ?l Mcl>ut",,lu>*. waiting the Arrival of her Royal H�^cj the Psincef?, return'd on Saiurday laft to the Hague, -- -Mw hssbstn isciy Day fince in Conference with the Lords of �*t Regency, ejw the Imperial �nd French Ambauadors. His Hig'nr'* coannues at Helvoetfluys. _ A Lodge o� 1 i  aHecii.k Fiver, and ;n all that time ne\er had aWuik . * SWp j bu ;U: Lis Majeily was much better when the Let- *2*u^ c lu^-v� tt2t    fcvct v-'35 g��e     hU P",n� �bated, T*�Wcui,j be.Jing. fais Perfpirationfreer, and he had flspt very *c! ii� tut".pietiumg Nights.   To this is added, that as his ;jt*^VWi �-"f�OT'd by the Gout, whiih had got into his *~^audi:  CcnUiiutipo had been able to �*P� iha: Diii. u j>- r, acd fois ii gal w J>U AfiP, one port of Thomas Iiftood, Efqi Sir Thomas Mackwortb, Bart. Henry Rogers, Efq; Mr. John badleir, CharlnWalkr. Bfq: and The Rev. Mr. Mountague Wood. Her Grace the Dutchcfs of Dorset, who baa bcendangtroufly ill at Knowls in Kern, is now inn fair way of Recovery. His Royal Highness ha� appointed Nod Broxolrne, M. D. to be his Phyfician in ordinary, in the. room of Dr. Clifton, with a Salary annex'il; and this Day the Physicians and Surgeons bclunging to the Hofpital �i Hyde-oai-k Comer, ate 10 attend his Highnels, to dcure his Leave to elect Mr, Wreden, his Body-Surgeon, to be one of the principal Surgeons to the forefaid llolpital. Lait \Vtduefday the Duke of Bolton's Silwr*. tan at Newmarket, halfaMtlc, igainil Mr. Panion's Ctmiw, for 100 Guinnr, which were-wen by the former, tho* very hard -match'd. Lalt Thurfday Night died at his Houfe in Chelfca, George Fothcrby, Efqs a Gentleman of a plentiful Fortune. The Rrtf. Mr. Brntltr^ R*8*r tf St. Aim, Aliof-gate, -mUI frtatb at Mtrctrs-Chaftl TomarnHo in tbe /ffHrnoen.\ Tomorrow Minting a Charity Snmim will be brttul/'J bj the Rrv. Mr. IVittingham, LtSnrtr / St. BarttcJstBiKV tbe Left, at the Parijb Cburcb of St, Oluv* j run, omJSi. Martin mmger-lant, for tbe Benefit tf the Chaiiij Children cf tby't Panjhti. This Evening will be Perform'd, At--the* K-1 kg** Th/atii in the Hav-Market,. The Opera of ARTAXERSES. At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Gasdin, The Or i a a of PASTOR FIDO. At the Theatre Royal in Drwry-Lase, The DOUBLE GALLANT. At the New Theatrk in Goqdsian's-Fi iLps, The FOND HUSBAND, with the Necromancer. High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 18 Minutes after 3 in the Moining, and 34*ftrr 3 in the Afternoon. VtAorkyBtakSnKk #4. SsouYSm TradiegSsoi toj 1 fttA'* 5 ftJu. Ditto 1 half. TWttpetOM.4 1 or.  Afrkan 19,  York. t half. London ADbftnts tc>s. k t av 6^. Pietn. 9ots)----,-    ,- T. JndsB ditto $\. U> Prew. Three per Cm*, dtao tt i8l* Pratt. EngloTx Oopntr *t. Wehh ditto Books flmr. Sail Tallies 13 4thj pot Cent Prwt.:      ^      - - rlftlEREAt hyanAHmud* miteybTe*r rr / Nt fttlent Metjefa it it e**3ti. tbea if*fltrlk �ff� i>4� tf 7 w "I ?31, **f Mater ef m'rr-Feeler. W **t F*r^ r��V.v, /baU *tab, �r tamji H be made.  *fc fiff,' tr tjpr ti fill, ami Hair-PewJer made, be,Jttertbef,jUSi fit/eit tbe Sam t/fwetOr JVnrft. . * A*.{ tchereaiCmflaiktt bavebftx made f tbe Cmmtfttmt tf ^.vrr>," tb*t-&MfLQ�**tito-if& Ifieat-Ttirjeer, and etbtr Mattriah mt firfi made infStartb^ mirarf tttbt Dire3i**i eftbe faidAS, ami&ta\ tttbePrejadif tf tbe'Revtast, ami tf tbe fair Trader; The* da btrety falfci Ntticf, ibat tbej betve mder'd tbttr Ojfctrt nWajfeM tbem ef all J*& Per/am (bat Jball tjftmlagam/ *tit M, m trder te their btirg frtjitmitd fir tbe Jam*.        ' '' Souch-Sea-Houfe, London.. JLS Nwr, .1734. ,    _ - ---------------redly tbe Raaga fern Baems-Amt. Aadt* tbe ty&ejDactxkr m.rt, 516S Hjdet, fertbe AM Scip, * Yerk-Buiidingp-Houfc, 14 Nov. 1734. J*HE Gevemor and Court of AJJiftdxtt cf the rmb-BWdt^t Cv*fa*F d� berety give. Xetitr, That m Plan tf an .-ffreemtnt, in order to discharge the Company** Deba, A�c*7g tteaafftvjjefh tit Ctmfa*fa*dtbrir Crt�ttnt and tlx C&*ufii} ba+iig r� rivrVPtrttixettited'an hfframtm^ a&rtjdc,ih htiPartiet firf*tti*t tbe /aidPlani*teF*,n.tbm iolrEjututha, -1 if. i Admiralty-Office, 14 Nov. 1734., rT1HESE are to give Notice^ Ibat in Pur- fuanee of bit Majtjbi't late Rtjal Proclamation, my Lardi Commijjianers of tbe Admiralty bave given Dhtcliaa, that the R'r fat agdinfl tbe Noma of Jitcb Men td� btla-g'd to bit Ma-jefiyt Fftet, and have abfented tberefrem y Pujln ft cvnviclld'-at afirgitid, (mt exceeding tie Huiaber tf'Jen, -~Li Jball be jirfi dijiowref, apprehended and convicted at afvefaU, and provided that Jiub Dtfovery he madettitbi* tbie:: fdtmbt from tbe Date hereof) to be diftiibuttd in focb Pref-jiUn at any two of ibe Jufticct of tbe Court who jball try fucb OferJert, Jball think fi It duett JACKSON. ettve tbi Sbbforifiieat tf the Cndttirt for their rfjeHivt Df mandt vfot tie Company. N. B. Prirttd Plant if the fald Agreement ixillbe deSw*d at the Co^rn'l Ojf.ce to any Proprietor or Creditor,       , , "PHE Annual Feajl for tbe'County endtity of, *   Oxford, will be held at Stationert-Hal!* mar La/gate, tm Thnrftaf the Z\0 hjfint. 1 Ttcitft ma, he had at tbe Pint To**;*, IhBsn: ; tht Btdjwi. Arm Tavern, Cmnt Garden ; the Glcb. Titters, Fltet-ihett 1 ftjg'- *r-.J?r_______  .*. -/#.. .>        . ��    * Jlrett near D;tv in ErfafQate jlrett i ard at Mr. Jcin lt'i/%t'i, at the Ftx in S.::!hin^;.:tsxrt, s^j.-tn' fyvare, Ortt&tdjirtit. XT~thc KI NCI's THEATRE   irT7h� ** fiaj-Mt>t:�i, ihi� !>*y. being she tdib ot November, vr�| be ptifofm'J  New OPERA, cais'd AUTAX.ERSE S. *ii w4 tom to he put cccitier. *t4 >� TcrtoM >o t* adaaittej witbmr Ti^kci*, �bith wiu be eclltcr'J >hi* Uay, u ibaOBno iattUiHai-Ma>tcr. a'hill aGoiecsvath. CtlkrV ��. By hit Mai e sty'i Ceaetand, No Per(Jo� mhttctit to be adisin** bthad the Stent*. To begin at Six dCbeb. .. I '       I' ' . Ill 1..... AT~the Theatre Royal in Covcnc-Gardcn, ** this l>*^. bwr "h" tA,il     ��o���"btr.       o* prcfattt4 PA STOR    F 1 D O, A� OPERA,  vritb fever at Additknt, imermigd vat* Wbich * r �,Nt� l>*m�<*rte��i�e�, caU'd TERPSICO R E. I Tit �oJBcS�� to be purmnfell**. x*l co itiinea to tf Umhtti v-irhoat Ttk�is, *b't!i wrfc fee *!ncr'J t! i. Dwif, at (i* Olftc* in Co* c^aiainu4 Uthi: t rcti.bcx^ tec liib toiuar, �i:|u s�cicci�ja Cor ax At us ti�e aA.,ci Le   TARTU FT E.     , Bt   M Q-fc-r t t i. TartfTr, Mf. Fraa*i*�i�e , �aCU�e. T.i �l:r�W *nl tctii^i, ARl^aUUN POI,Y par L* AM OUR, tPttb Jlwat Evtrtaxyxt. tf Dcnttrg. Placet for ihc [jic� tr�y le uki-u 4(       knix^n',, MrrthslH of R�|p�-St.i.tf. at the fii rl*n.c. j      ...�       ."' ,s,j pert'*.' So te a mi(tc4 �le �,:h, ci Tkicti, �biv; will be ^t:.�tr'<� �t tlx in ot the TU�(i.- �i fi: jfc        3�. ptif xt to b; �  MOM/ la b� rttuio'J alitr ;tt tot'.i op. '7i t'fti at Six e'C.'�i. Now. Ai� the Pb>� in the future wtU be aJvenis'J in thb Pi^-cr ur.:! the Ualty jh'-rnal. and in ra ttljir._ CALAIS  and   DUNKIRK, The   West   ah * l.-icf at Ujoo tla.:>i, Calais tiCuvU* a c itc, ics may be ft, kc m\th daily  tt ih-' Ik.^iiuU^J. +x\.Ai taitaayc Tunc, f. tlx Kci t� V' in tmi tc'ma ,t.:Azt Fic^-ttai t:m.bui tWi, a: \tt il*yiajfe   

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