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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 22, 1834, London, Middlesex                                /W, November ao. (HIS Morning cum dowaand nuTd I thru' directly, hi* Majetty'. Yacht the ; William and Mary; King of Portogal, Hughes, tor Lilbon; Albion, Jama, rar V cnice ; I'arhain Ctab, Davis, and the William and Mary, Sayer, both for Antigua s Warcham, Redtvood, tor j Barba&xs j Brunfwick, Mac-Knight, ' for St. Chriflopha** ; Lee, Andetton, for Virginia; Hope, --, for Liflwo; rv&atca, --, for Plymouth. Wind E. S. E. LONDON. Oa Wedorfdty Night an Exprc& arrived here from Italy Important News, that the Allies having bctn for fenemnc p3(� in the utmoft Diftrefs for want of iVavifions, gad particularly Fcrage, were actually retir'd from the Banks �f tbeOglw, and gone" to ejucamp under the Cannon of" Cream*:. Th*ttheImptriaI�Jhhad*tceivd the Reinforcement t&ry expected,' and having thrown their Bridges crofi the Odtf, pa-Tcd that River without Oppofition, and tvere ad-�w�g to attack the Kntmy j fo that an Account oJ a Battle army Iloor tiptfteu. rteDifistuhits which the Allies foftVd for want of Forage, iaVafily credible: Their Horfaehad almoll forgot theTaile cf Hay, and there being no Grafs for them, the vtry Roots of feHerbag*Tw^cawn op r they were obIrg*d to hred on the tewa of Trees, wftManycooW begot, and afterwards upon Ac Barb of the Willows ; acd at lalt the poor Soldiers were fcre'd to ttve them the Straw from their Tents, as the fole Means Iwto febfift them. The Alties bad made confiderablc Works �pon the Banks of the Oglio, to prevent the Paifcge of (he Enemy, but the Germans found them all abacjdoii'd. Tisauur'i!, that Count Konigftgg u refolv'd, if he finds . tht Allies within Lines, or fo polled that he cannot attack thai but to great Disadvantage, to march dircctfy towards the Davjcsaa, and to make an Attempt upon the City of I'arnsa. Cn imp i. where the Allies are now encamp'd, is famous for at Exploit of Prince Eugene, who fiirprifd it by Night in the Tar ipa. and carried off Martha! Villcray Prifcner, tho' afeGarnlon was much more numerous than the Germans: Jut the Imperialifts tnuft not cxped to roccerd in any more Aoonptl ol that land, whUlt Mai Qui BtogUo is alive ta tdl the Stnry of the Breeches. ' Vdtcsday Morning about 11 o'Clock, her Royal Hwhnefs the Ibkbv of Orange pa&'d over London-Bridge m good Health,  her way to, Dover. The Sea-Nymph, Capt. Maxton. bound to London from (Sana, flrtick 00 a Ro&tKar Gibraltar, and waslott, bat the Qrwfavedand carried toco Gibtalur. ~ Bis Majctly has been pleated to appoint the Rev. Mr. Cbrke, to the Piebtndary of Lime and riatftock, in the Ca-acdtal Church of Salifbory. The Right Hon the Earl of Malton came Yctterday to his Baste m "Lincoln's Inn-Fields, from his Seat at Wcniworth Wojanaae in Ycrkfhire.  Afcw Pay* ago Capt- Da Terroe, Son of CoL Pu Terme, at auried at Southampton to the Hon. Mi& Evans, Daughter!? the Right Hon. the Lord Carbery of the Kingdom of anJMad. , tcierday Kh.rnlng died in Childbed the Lady of Dr. Fuller-fen, as eminent Payucian. . yefterday the GenUemen of the County of Oxford went in IVneeana fiom Stationer* Hall, preceded by Kettle-Drums, Tmmpets and Hauiboys, to St. Peterli Cborch in Cornbtl), **cmthey heard a Sermon by the Rev. Mr. Smith, and after-vanbretmn'd in the fame Order to Stationers Hall, where taryhtld their annual Feaft. Oa Wednesday Evening about Eight oX3ock, an Apprcn-Bcc to Mr. Strvesibn, an Apothecary in die Strand* wasat-Uck'dby cwo Link-Men in the Meufr. who beU a Penknife. *> kts Bnaft, and robb'd him of his Hat, Wig and Silver, aides j they bad begun to flrip him of hb Coat and Waift-when totaePeofEe coming by, the Fdjows thought fit to fiff and made off with their other Booty. .Thefollowing u an antbentkk Calculation of tbrivl&ary dS&S&M-jH>�WWW$*.M1I4 thews what every State has on foot, �reaai talaV'ayttii''" that Body would be, were the Members unanimous. _T*hcSecular Piinces are able to raifc 38ooodTMcn, in the Wiiw^ Proportion: � The tmpcror, for Hungary, Bohemia, Sileuaand in �....... 60000 jrar Aufiria and his other Dominions -r .....�     30000 The, King of PrufiL*    ' ���    . �,      ., , 60000 **BriunnickXijjcfly, as Elector of Hannover 30000 K�ag Angufins, as El^or pi Saxony       .   ��30000 The Elector of Bavaria      - -     30000 Puke*, other Branches of Saxony �     10000 TheEkclcr Palaiin     -15000 The King of Sweden as Landgmvc �f Heffe-Cajrel  1 jooo Cukeof Wirtanbrrg      -...... ,.   ,ZOoo 2*fPr��so* theHoufeof Baden      � gooo Dekc cJ fiolii�n     _     _     _    gooo Jake of Mecklemberg.---_  10000 Princes of the fcvend Houfcs of Naflau - n 8000 rrmcc of Anhault      ---. ' 6000 Ff ioce ot Uwrnburg     ,-_,     -.       6000 * �* �kr Princes and Impeiul Towns    -      4 2coo T-i ^.The F-�h-uaflical Princes are able to raue, I he Ewacral Buuop of Menu      - 6coo of Treves - 6oco ~.. of Cologn     -.....� 6oca ihtBiatopoJ^lijijarg     _,     - -coo Xlunilcr .      - Aooo IJcge      --.    .    11  . 8000 WurrJberg      zoco Himbcrg   � � $000 Psdrrborn       � . 3000 Oinibrug  - The Abbot cf I u!da     -, - The �hcr Bifhops of the Empire togetber . *hc Abtucs juJ PtovoliJlupjof the En.pirc Robert WefUry. FJqt Utt oat of theSheriftof thaCky. wat Veflerday chofen atantmoofry Treaforer of St. Bartholo-mew's Hofpiul, in the room of Henry Bowatrr, EM: bVceaad. On Tudday bft the Tragedy of OtatUo Moor ol Venice was aded at the Great Room hi Vtttart-flnKt, Yotk-bmUings berate a crowded and genteel Aodteacr, with great AppUuie. The whole Play was condvftrd throagaoat with Decency, nod the Characters of Othello and I ago were peifbrm'd beyond all Expectation. V*r Rtv. Dr. Rmltm CUrk, RtOtr tf St. AUgm laaaW-Sridp, onA ChaflM m QrJSmny h hit M*jtfyt fnmth mt Mrrrrrr Chaff/mtxt S*ndai nt w Aftt* mm. ^ Ov SwxJ+i tUr*i*g lit tyl I*$mt, tht P*rjjl C*�W* St. BaeJfh kvitbtrnt All*rf(*ttt *MeJk kn Urn jtml timt rrfiir-��p ami bt**tifcng% tau h tfrmtd,  �nf � Cb*ri.1 Sfrf3* frtmhtUt the'Rcv Dr. AiWr. Atimjter �f tkat /irft* Stnsfa cf 50 focr B*ft W JO fmr Gir� MrJwgra; � *** This Evening will be Performed. At the Furxcii TuraTkt in the H**-Ma��*t, ARLEQUIN MISANTROPE, &c. At the Tit rat* e Royal in Dtttt - Law*� The CONSTANT COUPLE, with Covounma Coor.tkxan. At the N�w ThtATat in Goop�iA!�*�*Ft�t.os, The MOURNING bRIDE, with Butannia- High Water at London-Bridge this Day, a 7 in the Morning, and ^6 Minutes after ? at Night.    7 Yellcrday Bank Ssock was 1363 alia a 7. lana �44 1 half. South Sea Trading Stock So l 4th*. Old Aaankte* 104, 103 7 8ths a 4. Ditto New Aauiinca 104, 3 4ths, 104 ; Stbs a 3 4 C |t on t sin. Which will he pneaad by a Kaw Oranatic EMettainamx. caOPJ TERPSICORE. Fir aod Bojai to be pat naerhtr. and ao retfaos to be aJon.-rtd wirhoot Ticket*, which will be Orlirct'J that Par, *t it Uificc ia OntouQtgJtm Thncre. ac Half  Guinea each,   f im GaUuv �� Upper GaUcry     6d. ...... nil Maj t jtt'� CnearW, By the Company of French Comedians* AT lie New Theatre in the Hay-Market, *^ thi, D*j, be tog the aid loUaar. �U he pictuutd � CVxiwd/. ""'ARLEQUIN  MISANTROPE. To �!nch ill be a*�d. A Draieaticlc EoicftaisiMat of ooe aA> cilt'J Le Carillon de Mailrc Qervaife fcf Dame Jiija:.. Intcrmix'd with Songs and Dances, The fart of Dana Aiilon to be ynuxtn'4 b* Air. f 1 Clique, cwauii" J. T* htgi* at Suco'C&ei. Place* for the Dose� may be ttkca at Mr. Inboorg't, Mercbtat oi r�pjK�-S uff. ai tbcfatd'rbcalfc. r N-> rcti*at to br* awtf4 into ite Boscs warbcar 1 karri, wbx * ifc be itiirtr'4 aidic Utt of the Tbeairt *i j�.' tub..      ).       it. Nj ^tM(jo ifi be aiiwuied befall c%Scc�e^ aji ac> u tc rtfura'd �do ibe  , caLJ _Les Enibarras des Ricltetfes.___ By Command of their Royal Highncfi  ti�c Princcflfcs AMELIA and CAROLINE. For tie Author's Btntfit. AT the Theatre Royal in Covcnt-Gardcn, oa Mabdaf Kit. ibe 35th tali. �>|II be retit'J a Tt*     in j�.   c*'l�� a-. ti. P. ll'- *1>  oa Mowtar �*�  u t� � fnfirmi lj'.j*t*l Gntlmt*.  T� br��i � -�� tfCtatk. K. B. Mi ihi it ibt frn tin that mr mat prtf+rmH at l�fc iXotrc �/" r** UmftrTr^f, fattttwtar Car* bmI le M|*a fit thHr   ' aror'**. *** *** Ottfii w� t* avtrttf �t�j ova eMTV mH It Caasrrs cawrtw/irr tit Krotmttr     1734.* WHEREAS divers Rofcbcrics have ot late ,  rem �jeowi't*1 ta r*4 acar the raruV* �f Lowtartoa,      " J C^l.rttnat tic U*i Pa;itlr*. iao **'4. tu �U fcUi re�fc� or mfbot. wbo fhtlt at �v rfna. ; e�ti g tHe fpace d one Vrsr tt%^a the IM� henor, apett^rMl anf ui�a.hoae*e�Tcf Oft.rd�r� at*rc herenaafto � , �4� be ti*4 cHcjavtAel *e�*4~u% to la�, o�*r m#4 above wbat 4 i Xocb r�r y be txuKtt mto in �th Seiwt and Cant&ioay-M Vrttat ot" aoy Art or Aft* of railiaaaw j fct whitb hirpittiaeiiid CeaetaaMbavc raifca a F�<-4 �a**a thcaatae*.   hKn ofcaderi a* faancjaunk any of i Cerata �aim the fall Pardhn. or aay of tbea, or ia      a cooM�x�)r caMtt A�*t!-ls�t be veen tbe Mgn �t the a�Jtt fa Haauct af sirtiferd aad ti t Cid jratdh of UwUvatn. tbty tht ttnj Oeatlcmn �iB pa�, or caofa to be Mid WKO Mcb rorfoa wr retfuaa   atotrfail, ce �ho fhall aratk ia* any � al K*r r-.ayr�if�a�h>lanl ttaalaa, Hetft, Mtra, or Cat*, aliaia the Lr�a of c ^at>ct^> Panun, oe�auat any thefi ta ll* Oaf-iime toaay!J*<~-ft-hMlV.tr bicmk rt^a^Ow-hetAaJV**8"* aa� bUMK^Of uk.t atajaia. � v-V-- -.I'-M fog catty r�ft* �K3 Qu'.l coouait any Theft to the Vaht of if > � |ca. oftkl immmrt Regard t* sam ol Fwty sh.J�i*�. Ota third rait if lMll�iw|HC Kewaida ta le vat* aooa"the Ccoatacat cf the Offcioar.ead ty. Jteaaitef apj� O�tktt��or tfe giesret Ctnaea, aad ifaWlaat'^ ot ti* Hr�tcd   r cr OnJUat� �be n4 % �k(��H to Mf tOeCIurgniaf til of alMvi.*! rerftb�Cemy ol ifts. iictMrsory may Ufi^oabnaidibjfitl thtp, aodaitba Plata cf Sale. Aporai^d at , �dl. la, Tuhcfetnpat 1)1. TH E Gentlemen educated at Baliyl-Collcge U OsfaM, are dcfii'J to one with ihair ralbSr*Co(^giatti at.. � tVaca*.*aa*a�af*oi �he faid M^atMrtu,^acftfirdlorth�>tfjr�  ^ aay       :efi*fli�a: t>Vs to ti>e fa?d Mr. Scitacr, or to Mr Th mwt JohaSa. att^t-ay. k> ^ J h'�-f<|aue. OI  tt�> t"d fcylbe Hr��*f lateu �s tbe lam*) ex Uisy wiltbamrd. I OST ite a'lrajk^, 19 AW. 1734. from a Lady's Ear lair. Thurfday in ij�c. ( i\i'r&*'e) isgc.iiig i�_ otatKat a Coach la iiiM-nut* c.*s tiato.tr kperr.oria LioCMsH-ltii, t^foCJuwcowa li^r. o..� bciiur t orc}i &i tiMl>�:eat. of a food Water, acigbt fa Cri.^i a s �"^�> cia*t�� **��-dt ** "o Q^ieitiuaaa*k*d.  ---- iV i.S(t*i rs Or p-^as'if prtfHap tbe fabt, a�d|i�M) K0U0I i abc.e, J 2�t ] r �� t-.c Xidne Kcwj^d. SUPPOS'D robeltft in a Hackney Coach, .1 ivfjis, Tctfi�� bJl btiieAfiercocai, ahMTbrcaVClDtb, -A ;v;g rsi.AV a U. �r'.k.j�:!.i^; ie^cri! C*itt� *cr aad till!* Lu�a*, �   f  o her �2d t�Jir>?ia-e, ijfeiujed for tncltiaf, e^baM o.-�-rJ� ^ i-'GOs.tu. ir :!/C jthai�n t.r any ofLcr Ictf^o will �      'f� n       l>ia Oiory r> w*>d-t|icet, fhaU hareI�a LOST oat of a Shop in Aldcrfgate ftreet, os W J*7.    AlcetteU^r tvfoa�wfc,aMlt Ka�< ttiiOtijui �Lt�ari, ^i'.H^'t a.k'  St. ||k tr..�;�  aiuC|, s �t I--..- t r    .'i i'.' f u> * ifni*- *�)u��e< hath l�t-_J .1 r-< *i t�t.ie a Gu,^* iu�-*id, aqd* i:� a i*isJ._____ OTOPF the Jot^j Inftanr, fuppo] �J t!-:-. at Mf J*io--� Cities'*. ffa�..-b oVe , � tu �U. il* t- i �f*yc-'i e i��c it. Ard.rwACLoi' isbMtd luO� J '- %% u-xTit caa diJbieer tu Ma ri.r�(y >� i', a*�j       ^ aa,�ii>, paying It* I taiga   

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