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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 27, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advertifer. Kuiiib; 1195* Wednesday. Novthuer 27. 1734- r 'It. ^1 ffjltrday arriv'd the Mails due from Holland and Flanders. Rome, November 13. |N the 11th Intlant csme an Exprcfi from Fcrrara, with AdyicA that the Imperialivls, rather than fuffer their Horfes to ftarvc, hid profartcly carried off feveral Waggon-Loads of Hay from the Eccleu-illical Territories. The next Day came worfe News (till; to wit, that the Exprefs which was lent from Frefcincne, with feme Letters of great. Importance, to Bcncvcnto, had been fopc by the Spaniard?, and his Mail taken from him. It fceffis the Papal Mmiftry can't conceal their Chagrin at this laft Jlftof Violence . tho'they give out' to the People, that the Spaniards did not do it from any Motive of Sufpicion as to this tjoarr, but to difcover what Corrcfpoodence is carried in the Kingdom of Nap'cs by the Paitizans of the 1 -lo'ufc of Auliria. Hamburg, AW. 26. The Magiftracy has nam'd two Dc-MOes to go to Copenhagen, to treat of an Accommodation with fen Danilh Msjeity. From whence they -write, that the laft Ynnfforts of French Troops which embark'd at Narva bh ibnr return home, met with a violent Storm, and has not fince been beard of. " Feanifirt. Nov. z8." The French continue to impofc Con-iqbunons in all the Places adjacent to their Quarters : At " fltm tbey cxa&cd a Supply of SurtoUt Coats and Fcathrr Beds: They demanded other NccetTaries at Khlngaw, but the ^Inhabitants confiding-in the Neighbourhood of the Imperial - Troops rcfufed to comply : The Inhabitants of Nicder-Ultri, a large Town near Menu, thought thfmfelvcs likewife fecure, and deoy'd to furnifh the Contribution rcqair'd ; but the French f^eatrtl fest a Detachment the next N ight into the Town, and ony'd away all their Corn and Cattle, before the Germans e�W take the Alarm and prevent it. , 3. T'he States of Holland aflcmblcd the -\fi Indict. Befides a Propofal from the Emperor which they ate to have under Confederation, it is (kid that they will take their �ojI Resolution upon two Millions prppofed to be railed for the repairing the Formations of their Frontier 1'owns, and providing the Magazines with the fceceffrry 'Stores. The Com-avflsoers of the Admiralties are tern for to take Directions for fttibC out a certain Number of F�ig�t<* for*�he-3%.c�Wty of th� Trade in the Strcigfcts.. There has been of late a Deputation fcgm the Council of State to Doifleduc, on a Project to build Skices'there, to present any Enterprise againft that Town, by Cra&ewing the Ground about it where it is acccflible. The Bnijftli Gazette bat tbt fiilvwing Article. � Uanover, S'trv. zo. " Upon Advice from Major-Genera] * Foot- Pistio,ihat the Danifli Troops have taken the Quarters f "afiign'd to thofe of Hanover in the Country of iulden, Orders have been fent him to remove them thence by Force "if they will not go out quietly." LONDON. - Letters from Iuly mention, that the Imperial Army was adnne'd into the Cremooeze, very near to that of the Allies; . and that the King of Sardinia having difthbutei to his Troops 1 Quantity of Powder and Ball, after the rate of eight Charges a aaao, his Majcily fpoke to them in a very affectionate Man-� anyand concluded, Afj Friends, we ba * of tee D�fignt (aSifi rJbelh tpadvttuce mtiieit very front, 'Ibeo ca a flufSen the Count order'd the Cannon to be flr'd, and the Troops, who bad bein pardy conceal'd behind the Waggons, fallia^ ai the fame titoc upon die Enemy, thellavock they asade was inexpjefiibie. ; Of 1 poo Spaniards 600 were laid dead on the Spat i the reii threw theuilclves into the River and f**"h over, �*c�|*ifig a&euftlfo or 60 wfto wc� drbiViud in the" Attempt. - Th ey write from the Hague, that the States Central being laforrn'd thru the Alunikrian* iad rJ'ign'd Winter-QuarteH to 190 Foot and 70 Hoik: of ('radian Jioop* in the I .rdlhip of Aonkhorti, ol thrDepfndinceof GueJdeiland, in which Lorcl-lliip the Munlteiurn pretend to have feme fort 6.1 Jurifdiiftion, /Hough contericJ fcy tiur Dutch, die (aid Snam lent feme Days ago for the Mii^crs o* prtCi and Munlter. and defir'd tliem to let their refpe&ive Mallets Ujiow, that tbey will not fnfftfr .iJfeha thing, but i j >uto |hc Milurri^et of th; lour ilft Ye�� Sctfa at l^wco Aao, h*rii, �t a gie cun^ui Amfi,, cMiriv 'J iu mike a litge Chamber -Uigia pUy ru:tD#u >o est Upu* Tunes (;f i�& in in CuuMtt with �h� bid Urgin, � Hii-^tiih-ii tad ut^cr fuuriJiii^ Ir.llrurneno. All i> to be i^rijna'J 10 a piitaie F*miiy, wjbfre chot ii bet o. c rcrlj q tJ be waited u|�m : The (>riiwi|N(t Binp!i>imtc: W|U be 1 j li g Anthem*. �nj be in(lru'l.J in Mi lick* Such as thiik il>e*nfi>|vrs j(t iicrter, diJciirJ uU:. Po�ey, at the Cieai t.�it> in die Gs^c vyalk r**r Ii, ifcry M**.f*�. lea U� iiiMxJley (.hurcii, S> uthu^ik. �iul * Ptefoa Wiil cuatewtkew. Ttic Ur^i,! i� |,, ii.rcureO, thai I'erf o� may Icara (-> p'iy *U ite Tones rh*r are ft* uf>-ii i*', witJioui she Iftittu tUre$*>7iv*Oxi*,rtofib*feudBm1pt ta atfl) thtmftlvei ta Jamattntn Clement, tbt Comfoveft Stream* at tb* faid Wtriu trA��j7/ permit tie fimt tohrentfo'd, i'r laid Oxatm maH^,$MSifaak* h tbt find Ctmfattt/4r *S#% Damage *vb�b tbtt baZt rtteivd, and tbjt Ciargtt tabids thff kmvthtts at abozt them.. By Order of the Court of DireOor*. .... M.Cook, Secretary, AT the KING's THEATRE in tbtt ** i�f-Market,omSmvt4*r, Wej thejctH of Novcmhtft-wiU be oeiotnd a New OPblU. *a�. bit t��f, being the 37>h of Nonmbei, �(H t� preftattc am . Ocaa, cail'd ' A R I A D N E. rit anJBsKi t� b� pel cogetbrr, *&& ro Perfom to bealflktil w\thant Tickett, *ti'*h will be 4�li� u Oaf^ �t Off 10 0*ert-Garrt* The*ire. at italf a Guinea each, full Oalittf. 41* I'pper GalWry 1*. 6 J. By His M*j ! JTt'r Csmmnnd, KoPcfoos hatetet tube a^icd btj.i>4thettiott. -V . By the Company of French Comedians11 AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market� * thb Oar, being the 371b tollaai, wilj be nreieaicd a ComcJy� �alM Le TARTU F F E. TupMe, Mr. rVaBcMjoe ; Otfim, Mr. OtfI*t#t�; Ot�iitbe. Mr.De Veetxw's,; V� ��. Mr. ta Sir*. i Loyal, Mt. C t, \te. Walter; Elroirc. Mr*. Fraitcifqi* � � be ilau-ei bebiful the Scc�ct, nor aoy Itomf to Of rctuiB'j af.cx :bc Cut ni>^taw).uJ>. -- To begin at Six dClui. r A Aid em Msvdao Teext ivtH be pre fen ted a neto Cemrdj, (nrvt? 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