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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 20, 1834, London, Middlesex                                �      The T)aily Advertifer. W.EDNESP A Y,  Nov t m be r 20,   17I4. ftjltrday arriv'd a Mail from JfcIIand, and laft Night one from France. Rome, November 6. H IS Court ffruggles at present under no fmell DifEcalttes: Cardinal Bclluga. and M. Ratio the Spanish Minuter, continue to prrfs his Ho!rae�s in tbc ftrongrtl manner, fcr a Dirpcrdanam of Age in favoue of her CuhcliOt'Ma-jefiy*s yocngelt Sen Dct Lcwfi, _tbat he may take immediate PoiTrtTicn cf the Archbiflnprkk of TcJedo, though little more than seven Years old ; but his Holraffs has (carcKM all the Records of the Vatican, and cannot light of a Precedent; to that Men ate on Tip toes to ham the Event. The King of Portugal has defii'd to ccrni-. aate a Cardinal at the next Creation, and h as im pen urate as ever to have that Dignity annexed to the Patriarchal of Lilbon, which his Majefty intends to confer on one of hb Sons cr Bro-Ihen. The King of Naples having likcwife fome Cade cf Diffatisfafliori wit ft the Holy See, has re&v'd to prctifcit the Execution of any. of the Pope's Brieb within his Dcmiaaau. - The Emperor's M miller teazrs hb Hounds for Leave to fupply the Army with Proviftons and Forage from the Ecdefiattkal Territories i and t!.e Trench Ambal&dor, on the other hand, threatens Revenge if �� complies. We have Ad rice from ^ ' Cmta Vecchia, that the Tartane on board of which was tae Count de SathgD. late Viceaoy of Sicily, not being able to enter that Port on account of the bad Weather, put again to j Sea, and having got fate to Genoa, the Count bad detaai i:*d to land there, and make the bell of his way to Vienna. 1 bey' write from Naples, that the Duke of Bitocto was arriv'd there from Sicily, and, as it was obligM, weald go and befcege Capua, tbc Governor ol that Place net being to be redoe'd by Famine or Sicknets. The SpanHh Troops, in opening some Cround lately before that Place, found three very GrricosCrns, one of which was felTd with Pieces of an annus Gold Coin. aid the other two with precious Stones. We learn from Sicily.+^*riJn:' �     RtG^J of Norton in the Dtocefe of Can tLai the Spanifh Galleys have taken two Feloccas board to Syiacufaj with Ammunition and Provinces (at the Imperial Garrifon; but that the Prince of Lobkowitz, Governor cf J&Em, having feued out kveral Barks, had made RepriUh opon the Spaniards. The late Stonus forcM two Tnrkiih Galirys on Snore upon the Craft of Naples, acd a third upon that of Sicily ; bu: 'tis believ'd that the Spannn GCTernmec: in ttofe Kingdom, will not take any Adjutage of tbem, as tney belong to the Grand Signior, bat, on the ecber band, lend them all pcflible A Alliance to get again to bea. Deal, AW. 18. Remains, only the Ship far Cadiz. Wir.d Eaft. L ON D O N. Our Letters Iron Ixmbardy of the icth Infiant, N. S. ad-vi^, that the Jiril Colunto (or by other Accocnts 9090} of toe Imffciai Troops expected Ircm the Rhine, was arriv'd at the Amy : That General Koorgfcgg kept a Train of 12 Fidd-Pteces ready to march at a Moment's Warning; as likewise agieat Number of PcntocnsmounteI.�pon Carriages, in crder to form a Brid*�r ever the Po or the Oglio, as he flull end it noft convenient, to penetrate into the Country �fModen�, or fiat of Cremona, in both of which the French are hard at iKrk repairifg their fenify'd Pbcts. Our Letters from France deny that the Imperii! Trccps arc arriv'd, but admit tlsey are daily expected :..Tbey centra flat tie Allies are in the utmoft harry, and notwithftanJing the Severity of theSeafoa. work Day and Night to throw op a Lice along the Packs of the Oglio, expecting the Germans evtry Hour tqv matte them a Vint, on which Account tbey tavc fent their rti^gages back from Regio to Bozzalo, and all ike Sick in  at puftnt fpirati upon a CompoLof Grsscd. and tcder fo much DifTiciihy for Forag*. that their Hcvfe acd Mules wert cbl:-" 1 to live for fatcro Days, upen tie Leaves rte Willows, and rwn itoli were all caien up. Tbej>wact cf Provifion is not much let. The French '1'rccpt ca tie Rbise are extended on one Eaak of that River as hr i> .Mcb:z, and the lmperiaLlb co theotCer, to hinder any Surp.:�e. Lette:s from \ enice afT-re, tLar let the otlxr Pcwcrs of Europe take wkat Part thry jlnfi ia the pretest War, that R*pub!ick b :c oiv'j to cbteirc a liriCt NcutfiLsy. n*b adiij'd finn .;>oh:.J. tfcai Kirg Ai^ai^s wis fafe �tfty'd withiu a fc�v Days jcurnt> cf V. uua ; tiii  uct^r tci^ofOpijctia ^ro> a^e woo!J be impreper, it t cacgcrcui, ia bet p.-c-�� C^tnliiton. (he hid TWughts c* gctrg by Use w�y cf eutKlers. hb rilgt.r.efs rcuun'd on TucMiy fcczight to tie fwguelrora llrlvurtfiuys. wc^ie he Lad Lctn faae timewaii-,e6 htr Am.a!, and v.as pteparing to tct cut by LaxJ to Oeet her. ,Tl,ey wrjte from l^Lcm. that the MtOia, an Er>�3da **tp. bo-jnd Ircm Smyrna, having attempted to pc: in at j 'n order to uaLuie. the ErpcrialGarrito. notkrvow- ^! *hai Coumiy fbe �as cf. or jrakw tfcat her Cargo ru.-git �r.,;c.~ r--.>.-e---;--J.   r-i----- ^.Ammu teittor, th;S (Le wa� tb-igd ta'ps back is Sea! . jmnisiyacr Prtwitcn fcr tfce Spaniards, Er'dopaaLer wen rxiat�r. tK-A>.w,____u-.'*   ,~ i,_t-cJT -j^ Mailer of the (aid Ship reports, tnat the GtntJoB *rt� dctrp� mind to defend tbemWves to the trtmoft, and that they had Ammunition and Provifions fufficient fer above fix Months. The n.t Capt. Montgomery, bound from Gotten- borgh to LiverpooL. was loft upon the Guufleet, the MaOcr and on; Boy drowned, and the rell of the Crew (av'd. Hb Majefiy has been p| tfi-d to gran: imto Tbomu Lord Makcn tbc Dignities of a Baron, Vucount and Katl of the Kingdom of Great Britain, by toe Name, Stile and Title of Barm Wath in the County of York, and of Harrawdcn in the Covmiy of Northampton, Vifeount Higham of Higham Ferrers in the laid County of Northampton, and Eatl of Malton in the Cial County of York. _ \    His Majcily has been pleated to prefent Henry F.toogh, *� a�Ic and Mafttr ol Arts, to the Rectory of Thetheld in the 1 Ooonty of Hertford and Diocefe of Lincoln, void by the Translation of the Right Rev. Father in God Thomas late Btfhop of Bangor to the See of Salilbury, and late Incumbent of the (aid Rectory. WiDiam Jeflbp, E If any of tbt F.nglijh Mtrtbaitti bttvt *Mt*J t* b*f *t*       : ma, ht better hfyrm'd at Print* Cantimer\ Mincer mmf Plenipotentiary/n'm her ImfttiJ Mtijtjtftfmli' Rnffi*. >�CwW9f| Stuart. T the KING'S THEATRE in __._     . M�t, the a}i �r Nanatbar, Torm'd a N S Upper OalUry a 1. 6   bo admitrcd behTi>�l die Sataaa, By the Company of French Comedians, y AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Markety (hi. Day, beiru tb� aoth iiillmf, will bw urtleotad 4 fwattf' in ui�        ao4t by Mif� Chsmureuf, Placet fur the U^tujnty be uktn at Mr, Fritourg'i, Mtftfaaat"�f lUppec-Sauff. �t theimti rhe�t e, ' ,* Ho I'trfoni (u b� < mined iwo (he Soiei without t*Jmu� WiitVwtt be dcliver'd at ihc bar of ihc Theatre at     nth. Fit |s, Oa|,*a,-^ No I'erlon in boadmined fxhiod tlwS'fia�4ai�, ifn) tcifwr wiih le�tral ottter rr*psr�tiau, will U iaewst *a4�aiajMI 
                            

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