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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 26, 1834, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAV. .VoviHiit a6,  1*34 leant from Naples, the* the brat* overnor of Capua having ben rtrot'd the honourable'! atn beiMfMnded tor lb Gamfon, rWdcdar'd thai he will 1 BoV&rtcnder on any Oomlirium ; fo that Oiden are come from the Court of Spain, to turn the Siege of Mcfina and the other Caftlrs of bicdjr into Blockades, and to employ a^irhe General Offices srt Troop* agaitufCapu only, rftaid* the Spaniards have all along declined befitgrng that fat u form, Irtl by opening their 1 reaches tbty would ex-Hfetkmfelm to a noxious Vapour which risesvoat of the ffrfland in tbofe Farts and generally prom taut. X ( .hpmfnm the Imperial Army 10 Italy, dated the 16th ifrtf^N. S. mention, that General Walla had pa&'d the H*& � Detachment ot Troop, and vifitcd the Fotuficationt rfWirUtJbli: That be lad alfo remWd the Gatrimn of pt rbce, and was return'd without Interruption to the Ann?: YWt a Detachment of Imperial Troops had by some Ac.sdent |h)b�kb another of the Allies, and that after a bnflt Eo-jijjfat, the latter was oblig'd to retire, with the Lois of *SfM�. , The InpsrialiAi pa&'d the Oglio on the 19th Inflant. Xhv Letters Iram the Army ot the Allies of the 18th, give I; |t fcflowing Paiticutajs of their retiring under the Cannon F^OrjMBV ^ ��* mtntiafd in Fridays Paftr. frtm mm Ac-|t'|a*1J'Wg& tb* Widntjdcy N^btjrtteding �j mm tntrmmdinmry ,:1Gsj�>� On the 17th the laft Column of the Imperial Troops ex-  frfted from the Khine arriy'd in the Mantaan, and the neat # Sty joined their Army ; upon which Advice his Sardinian IVJjJijBiy afid the French Generals held  Council of War, *VsjixcfcuVd to abandon ibe MoJenexe, on account of the �%gt of Forag-, and that the Extent of Country was too *hr$e�rthc-Troof* to be cafily aflhnblrd. Accnrdusgly, d� t6tb they lent their Cannon to Cremona, and the fillers the Ut� Lord Mayor* ha* again been preralTd I as a Juflke of the Ptace Tenwrrow, at ait tU�ftoa wnium near Hcncy-line-Market. The Blr&on of a fte&tf for St. Nter's CbmhBl, in the room of toe late EmVop of Cirlifle. is an (of Friday next at Gmldhall. * ' A 1 VefterJay arm'd the MaU from France, and one of these doe from Holland. This Evening will be Perrorm'd, At the Kixc'j Thiathi in the Hav>Ma*kit, The Orta* of ARTAXBRSES. At the T.itATfci Royal la Dru * t  La w s, JUNIUS BRUTUS. At the New Thiatki in GoodMa�VFiii>os. The RIVAL QUEENS, with Britannia. High Water at Ixsndon-Bridgw this Day, at 5 Minutes alter 11 m the Morning, and 39 Milium after �t at Night. Yefterdsy Bank Stock was 137. India 144 3 4tht. South* Sea Trading Stock 81 1 4th, 81. OW Annuities 104 t 8th, a 1 4th. Ditto New Anmnces toe. Three per Cent. Aa� fT**.^1 3 4th*- Million Bank 107. African 20. York-Buildings 4. Royal Afiurance 97. London Affurance 1 NcwBankC;rcBlauon3Li5s.Prem. South-Sea Bond* Prem. India ditto 3I. us. a ixs. Prem ditto al. Prem. Engltfh Copper al. Welft SaU Tallies 4 percStlWaT       _, Covcnt-Gaidcn. h-Sea Bonds 3I.7S. Three per Cent, i ditto Books flmt. Street,  ^ Paper of Tefterday Itbtfoltmiag Scandalmt ly at her House 4 if tt- Wife/ tetir'd* with their Army, coniiliing of 60 Batta-*lss� and 8b Squadrons, under the Cannon of that Place, lyisg only SO Men dpon the' Borders of tbeOgbo, to $Irak dj��*eTBridge as iboa as the tnemy uonM appear. Matfiul de Broglio, who is as famous as he was rortu-Mfk by being iortmoil in the late Flight at Secchia, *nsk a diffcitnt Part, in this Retreat, and commanded the flbtt-Giiard. VVeorpeA a Battle, anddwbtnotof ttsbe-flfbVr^ bloody ever fought. We hivefldl a foperi-,*mf fa Numbers, and an Advantage in Ground, and an ^bjpttkfiCc to engage runs throBghoot the whole Army." Tatjr write from f am, that the MimOers of fbme toretgn AaB|h\rirjg prris'd the Court, it they rally intended Pcace VmjfA tttetr good Offices at (^mihntinople, to prevent die Mi employing their Arms againft Etrrope, or -~^m^�g ia *i|w�oi TuUnd. the Cardinal �nfv.Tr-d. Thathowevcf -4s1sst me King was from influencing dtt CoonriL "naiagthe JLhtpofition of (be Turks to fall upon the E " W� J*J k was unnatoral to wepofl Via � fa saw "liiattrtfling kfclf in the Afiairs of a ^kingdom already *|pBMby forctga Troops, and where the 1 aria Jtave as * Mala Right as other fccple." the Rhine, on the German fide, tpoJcof great J fcto*fckU�FrerKb Garrisons 1 arid tbofe from the contrary Maysjinn as faul DUtempers to reign among tkcGcrasans: TOp&bie both Accounts are true. Young f rince Eogctte itSnoy. Nephew to Prim* Eugene, is dead, ia the aoth totwwAge, atManhcMn. TatKingot Piuiha recovers dairy i his Majefiy Ism quilled 1|H wbeg^tofindaRcturnof Appetite, The Prince Itjrikttk^hunaodugonetohM ____ UatJ^yal HighncK the Princess of Orange arriv*d on Fri-h, lhant fire in the Evening, at Canterbury, from Darrjbrd hsswsy to Dover, and aligbttd at the King's Head, where' Uiyotand Aldermen of the City, anl the Dean and Prc-'fmsoJthat Cathedral, waited on her: The Dean made  ^_ kt hsndlbme Speech, after which her Royal Highne& |hjSA*dvrry plcw&ntly with hia%&snd aUb with inch of the tMnia and outer Gent!emca as were known to her, and all �C�apuy had tbcHoaour to Iris her Hand. > BtrHflyal Highncis fet out from thence aboot 8 next Mom-kjfctDOTer, and was attended upon her Arrival there by the �k|MuoD in *Body, who paid tJieir Complirnean to her in �SMth, and were airarwaidB admitted to kas her Hand. An-Royal Highncis npnist kerfrlf on Sunday after the ftfmof her journey, which from Harwich to Dover is up- d. Oa'Saturday Night about Six o'clock anivM at Deal, the ifficnao, C*pL James King, rraas St. Lsscar, who onfor-FWdy runcn Board the May Fkmtr, Robert Reed ot Scar-K*t*� bound from Ncwcaltlc with Coals tor SourJuxripioa, 'ok her as-flie lay at Anchor sn the Downs : The Mailer --Peoplefaved theatfelvc�:in their Long-Best ^Yefttrday Morning a C�u(c whkb has been iatae time de-bttwecn fume of the Inhabitants of St. B&olph Al-crf-BtJ&s, and Jchn Hopkins atd jxtuaRaada, Church-of the bare Pardh, ju�ru� .^rus, in rdaiion to the Wardrns Accounts, �i� l^ud br.':c Thi wo'fiuprul Henchman, Dr.of Laws, Chanc*: .    theDIoccle 11 and after Council had been hear.:     l�� , oro^'d'fie Ooodt ami ship tobafecwMsiniil poblkk No�ke waimn-r-1 wboeicrthctiibrv ht*e any Concern, io tUbtr tite Ibip or Loaiima, I assy give in their Claim iato tht Secretary's Office of tb* City of Dor* dtcchr. batons taali Asyof Fobroarj mi cn(Uo|, N. S. which Tims btina elaps'd, th� fhid MSgillrstvt will procscd to the Difpofal of buth Ship and fjoadiat. Any Body dafriax to bs further iofarm'd, m*f ap* plr 10 tbePuich Envoy ia Park-Piatt. St. James's. By the Gmpm   Frmb Cmeiitms* AT the New Theatre in the tfay-MArkct. ** ivsierrow, bfisg tb* s;ih t�n*ar, wfct ha pisilsWiaCt1sas> T A R T U Ff E.^ VvrntailVVsltfe. air. *.t T�o. Dasah, Uf.Utaf^sV^ Loral, Mr.Cotboyi �-fit*i�pt, Mr.Msrwr; Mtstrvv.llrs.iWlns* 1 Ma* rttaer, Mrs. To*pre t Msdamt Pwewrilv, Mr*. JMMse* j Ooriao, Mr*.D* VfrnettU ; ard all thtathtt fW� wtb* bvft AaVaatagS. La    sYtTHlDH. vtstn for the ft>assmay be taken at Mr. rribaatt'h Hiwaw W Rtpp�t>Soof. at the 1**4 tbeau*. .   ,_..    -7.      SoTwftw* wbswmiit** ieto tMatesmwkhart Ttdwra,*^ ml* bs rfelim's stthtBtrotthetbcatrsat )S. ttah. 1* |s. Oat. as. Ho rerfon to btatauttd bwkd tbticcaas, oaf aay acssay a� bo returoM after ihsCatuio it drawn up.        . Tt aprft fit Six t'Cbti. At (Late Mr. FIGG's) beotrr, /     Ih Otford-Rctd, Marjbh-fietdt% THIS prefW Tuefday, being the a6th Inft. wilt bs a Trial of Manhood Ottawa tb* two IsibsrssiCsaaw* T h o m a $ A l lb n, tmmtmh t�Td Pint. And W Joint   B a o tt a nr 9 m�*. CiewleiTKnatedefit'a to btthere foon.by*e*fbaof taNskoraseft of the V*l*> snd Sam* or MOoey drpendin*; onbolh fists. The Door* to be oynM at Qua, and thaCharapwa* WawSftt fcttnjmy THE Tragedy of OTHELLO, Moor 1 of Vtoke. *hlm waaaQed os TtwUsy the i�th IsAaw, at rial Great Room io Viilan-Hrrtt, Torl-l^Uihy, for my Biaim, hswa fcwill w�i�� � -t7t��      ' Robert Drurj. \i;HEREAS on Saturday laft the 2}d Inlt. � \y about Three o'clock io tb* Aheroooa, a Ceatkwomsa with a Toftttsatcta took a Potts* with her trom taeCotatt of I. _.____ Itreet iMilhopriate-lfrtat, and weat to the Coach aadHsysnkfs-fl�p%at*-trr*et within, from thence to the *�isv�toaf in thtfctt' Street, tbeo took Coacn jjwl was let aowaraa Ca^pfiae, aai latt ta� Portmanteau wftk th* Porter | bat the Otnt*awasssn nsx iwss*sis� syain, ht totk it Iwtns with hunt If the Orstlewoasaa wit assa* t� the Dolphin Inn ia Bilh ttrcet vithoat. sad iwsaka isr Jaasaa Verdsn, ihsmiyhar* k Sjaio^paybt the Charts.     v-  - S;\ �J*w,i,-.|7^4.'4 . TOLN. or ftray*oSfrorn Kentifli Town, tittlt poach bay Maw. aboat i>HaoJt hbjh, Tf|� nWl Msks sod Tail, ha*loir a courier of the inueaof hw aaat loocbaiora, has tsTofpcdts io her km* Hy*. my lull oTwbtt* "r-t iri **Tirs peoc�, Warden, near Sr.Oia*?a Cb^ch, wMr. WtUUm halt Attrjraey, on lor^flridge.^   * AT, .Wtbr^r^ u^. jn Con�Jerition of the Multiplicity of Btinefi P^jx)piou>"Metropo:ii affuid. to the Magidracy thereof, and ^R*tt arc but lew aitu-^ Juftioa in u. and in order to ^r�� Ik fatigue oi ju uu�r worthy aCJbpg Akkrtacn, Sir AT the KING's THEATRfe in the ** Hay-Marltf*. this tiay, bsbw the ostb of Noteohrr, oiil be perform'd a New OPBBA. calTd A R T A ^ E R 5 E S. fit and Box'* to he pot t�etibcr,'amf no rerfbos'io bs ad>nitr*d witboot T^kcta, �bkh will be dcllrcr'd th� Day, at the OJ&cb to the Haj-Mailct. at hall a Ouintajach. J��llery 4�. Bj bit Majijtk'i Cmattartd, No rerCin arhaterer to he sdmittcd behind the scenes. 7a begim mt Si* iCbti. � By His MAJESSVi Command, . the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, Tomj'io*, being tba 37th of Morember, will h.* piaCwicd ao Opera. coU'd ^      A  R I  A D  N E. rit aod h?sc* to b.- pot lagcthtr, aad 00 rcrfow to be admhted wiifctoot Tichst*. wIiwa wilt be o*li**r'd chat Day, it the Office io Cof*at.G*r  (jniMtoaadwritestroxWI _ For PORTSMOUTH, Three-End Stag^Coach wMr.KotA I 4 new PrkKtpte,,fei� cut from tht Soirai4UgU h> CtmstAaukm Jlreet ibis Momics. being the adib li.ltant. at Si* rfrfcik frrJUr,' and f�u in there Tomorrow firesiogi aad 1st* oac agam t���tka Kio8* Arms at PorifaaoothoaFriday MorawSac t^(*a*Wt�oac. mad raiucns to London oa Saturday Rveninf, aad �ill III Tnattswa aWi^TS Winte*^*Hlba,  m* �iaae pallaitca �-'------ a Coach upr*> ibe fsms PriecipU on tba WsasUoV Stag*. N. B. Haodbm* Olafi Coichcj ori tht* aew fsigstpk �� to be Last to any part of ttie Kingdom at Common Prkas, - OLD peremptorily* a ticular� wheteof m^y banadat thalaid Ssattc*** Ofiaffr. To be SOLD peremptorily t Bj tb* AJpgnta n*d*r a Cimmijjhn �f Bankmft Uulj egmnjt Richard Farmer. Ups>!Jltr, on Tbmr/a\tp lit 5** Asa o/Dtitmktr, at tb* Kii%'t Armi Tavtrm in St. foots QmmtC fard, at Fear oCltck in tb* Afitrmtan, torttbtr or in Partmll,  TH E Freehold and Copyhold EQate* of the ftld Richard Farmer in Upflsiie ami Scwcrttociatttw Fardk af Waltham-llolyCrvri in thaCotwtyol fcflea. fo� the lifcoftaar f�id Richard Fstnvr. Pariicular* wutcot may be had m sat. loaa Kiia'a io St. F�u)"�Churth-/*yd, tad v> UrnttX UanahsrA in Mitl-IUtSt*   

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