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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 5, 1834, London, Middlesex                                � iii}*,*,!- ' **-   " f7 The. Dafty Adveitifer. Kumb. kioi.J THURSDAY, Dtciu 11 r 5,  1734.^ Pelerjburg% November 12. H E Senate continues to aflembfe fre-qiRBtlj in herCzaiian Xlajdiy's Pretence t and 'us afford, that Mr. i'Etang, who came hiibcr fame tine ago with a C'ommif&on from the French King, has ttSW'd Propofals very favourable tu her Majrily's Intereil, in order to procure �n amicable Determination of toe Bud nefs of Poland. This Geotleman is remarkable for his Subtlety and infirm gtkff Brbav.oar; and however averfe he found the Minittry at ~- SgfrotuiBg. to lend even an Ear to hb Offers, yet he has AjBki Means to cnetcome it all, and be is now daily hi Con-' fcraoce with Count Overman and the other Minillers of tState. tht Cxaiiru is foenttrcly satisfy'd with the late Behaviour of �jK Count dc Munich belorc Dantzkk, that be reigns at pre-*fcat her Majkfly** hrtl Favourite, and no Step ot any I in-4 pnaace is taken without his Advice and Communication.  In a^Age when five al of the Courts of Europe judge Ajlutces ,ao longer Sacrtd than tbey are Advantageous, her Czarian Hajefty's ilricl Fidelity to the Emperor and King Augultus is ' t>e mote to be revei'd.  Thu Princels will liltea to no Condi-v titBS thu do 1^ cojjallj take in the Ad vantage of her Allies; tgsj'ns her Maxim/ that true Gieatnds contalts nther in the jgts&ty of her Word than in extending her Power: She thinks it a Cucutnllancs infinitely more Glorious to raife her Allies in * pffltels, than fsbdue Mankind to her own Empire. Baabstrgk, Dtc:     We learn from Dantzkk, that Mr. . �riaan, tnc Rul&an Rcndent in that City, has declar'd to the ^sgobacy, that upon the preffing Induces of their Deputies st ftterfburg, her Czarian Majesty has prokmg'd the Term tor 4' lata- Payment of the Money  ttlcd by the Capitulation. i X*iriJ, Nev. 17. Hb Catoolick Majefty's Miniliry, bow-eys intent npon War, omit do Opportunity of improving at ' Bfefune Time our Commerce.   These Gentlemen confer '' *�Wy on the Means of regulating the Finances, and pretend to lefanoch improved in good Fiufhanary, that they can carry � eatke War, nay, even augment his Majetty'a Forces both by laid and. Sea, and liill acd aa new Burthen on the People, iooooo Pieces, of Eight have been carry'd to the Mint wittiin - aaw Pays, and expect a Million more before the End of the far- Tfce Marquis de 6c. Gilks has receiVd hb bulln-Vjbfiians, in order to proceed on hb AmbaiTy to toe States-' fftncral ol tnc United Provinces. x JTW, Dec. 4.  The Out ward bound which (aiTd Yeflerday ' tcpot back, bat can't. bLpafticular. . Arriv'd, the Union, ^Mbcrman, and Conttamior, Whitchurch, from Zant i the ,, Ijagflen, Newton, from Jamaica ; the Elizabeth, Wade, from ~ toway, for Bridgwatertd-e Neptune, Knowler, from Ma-''-ka. Came down, the Succefi, SncUing, ll>r New-England. > LONDON. \ Oar Letters from Berlin advife, that the Progress of hb ' fnaW Majefty'sRecovery bad been for tome Days related as wsnvdy aa ever, bat at the coming away of the Pott, \was ;sfsfd m advance as happily as coola be wtih'd ; that his J. la-^ c�ta found himlclf to much mended, a# to propose rerno-I i-e, Berlin, and that hbPbyiktanswere oblig'dmole a rare Vldeace to prevent his undertaking tie journey. The nan intended thePrfaetfi lately married to the Margrave ;^0"cdt, having beta decimal at Berlin on account ot the v^niger the King was then in, their Entry into their Re&dcnce �SKdt was pcrform'd with a double Magnificence, (everal TWatiphal Arches laving been rab'd lor than topati through, ;?W the .Streetsi hung with rick Tapeflry and hnc Pidurcs. if fltt* Letters add, that hb Pruffian Majettjr had ordcr*d 15000 *::l*nt to hold themfclves ready to march at an Hour's Warning, |$*il\aas bcbzv'd, towards Pomcranii, and that the Court of I i*^Snnifl,i� at Kcn^fxrg was already numerous, but likely flshsifloreia, incate the French Troops, that axe {aid to oc MA at Ltba, intended to repair thither. Scate Letters from l'etolburg mcnt'on, that, the French OaaBU^anes it Petti (burg have made Piopolab to the Czarina Jsveatneg into an Alliance with France, and that tbey rmi to tMiEffbft; that in cafe her Caarian Alajefly will acknowledge j^Scniuaus for lung of Poland, and will withdraw her Jewpsfiom that Kingdom, the moil ChrnJian King will own "atrTide of Encpreli ol all Rufiia, and will guaranty her in toe y rVficffionof all her Cboqueih in Europe i that (he flull �need without Interruption to the Dutchy of CourlandVand *l� it (hall be annex'd to hw Dominions alter the Dcmiie of the .P^Ddke; tiut France will repay her all the Expence (be �jWlsjBi at cm account of King Aaguilus ; and on the other that uc mutt tne the proper means for replacing the '�'�rf  mpoa a) the pit ft nt Acminiflmion. -rBjr what wc can gather from the ConvcrUtion at Coart, *m 2*�^b^ Hopes ayyet of the Mediators fucceeding in . ^.WjnodOfiot they have undertaken.  Tb certain, all : ^^^XSaa^fnifttii have been examin'd at Court; but,  u^tvrc tbe Affairs of King Staniflaus upon too w w!'''m "w***1 *jfbating to permit the King to accept them. " � JreeeWl �f tfcey vmB, that ja cafe the War corui- M �^Jbefcmpeior will receive tome new Succours, and very � ?�"u^ ** too� *be oe� Campain; but we fancy t w �rvaihekfi, that the Maritime Powers will find it lb much , wlntereft is Point of Trade to continue in the State they ,'. ^.awe dooe, that wc think skQfhing of their declaring againtt M We do not ntcnuon the laie kind Exprciuooi u . panSVl .between tfceir Britannkk and molt Cbriilian w *�jeSi�. on Occafion of the Prince& of Orange's tntupg , "^Rh Part of France, botaufe there is no Stre& to le hui .. ^ ^CB1P!�a�ena ; but u>e King being reWd to oblige tt *� nrioocick M-jetiy aj much as poihle, vltdzc him a , lhat Sabjeawithhiionn Hand, which he has , ** deos to any other Pyinu, the King oi Spain excepted, fcn AcceaEos " asdT?^'ebe Lin; arc now refitting at the {everal Ports, *dlfcc ready to p.Jt to St- again very early in the Spring. ^e*s,, ftMa Brufieli, tiai the French Dciuteis who j^�*chtri��eMouta� agq from the Rhine, andobtain'd ^W�o u-lifi theujielwa wub the Imperul Troc^M in that dailyio great Numlicrs io Fr4n�-, in order Mis Excellency Count Kmflu, his Imptml Majefly'* Am' batlador Extraordinary at thb Court, has lately rtceiv'd iittters from Vknaa,\to aco^stint htm. that the WUI of hb Brother Count Charles, who is dead of the Wounds he recrrv'd at the Battle of GuafbUla, being open'd, that Nobleman has left hb Exceitency the Sam of 50000 Florins, and a Legacy of the lame Value to Count Jotcph, who at pretest rtudes likevtiie at this Court. Iaft Monday the Right Hon. the Earl of Granard arriv'd at hb Houfe in St. JamesVftreet for Ireland, and Yeflerday waited on hb Majefly at St. James's, and was mod gtacioully receiv'd. Hb Grace the Duke of Grafton, Lord Chamberlain of hb Majeliy's Hnuihold. hat been pleaied to appoint Mr. Hugh Steel, one of hb Grace's Dosscttkks, to be Groom of the Great Chamber to hb Majefiy, in the room of Mr. Walter, deceas'd. On Monday about Three o'clock in the Afternoon, James Downs, Efy and hb Lady, returning from London to Criclfea in their Chariot, were anack'd by two Highwaymen between thenewBridge^tKttbe Turnpike, who roob'd them or their Money, the Coachman of 4s. and the Footman of hit Watch and tome Silver. The Highwaymen were both welldre&'d, and well mounted on dark bay Horses. Ye&ro^y 1^ ScSons^^ five Prrfoncrs were try"d, Ave whereof werecapk^lycoovicled, viz. William Williams, for the Murder of Corporal Roe at Somerirt-Houfc; Aaron Pritcbard, for r^reaking open the Till of Mr. Hebbert, fim. in Lndgate-ftreer, ami ftealing from thence about 61. and a Diamond Ring; Ambrofe Thunnan,  LOVE  MAKES * MAN: o a. ^1 13 *J wftewn the PLANITaRIUm, iNtro High Water at London-Bridge fids Day, at 15 Minutes after 6 in the Morning, and 41 after 6 at Night. Ycflerday'Baak Stock was" 136 1 half, a 3 Aths. India 144; Sooth-Sea Tradmg'SweJt 8s 1 half, a 34th*. Old Annuities 104 3 8ths a 1 half 15 8ths. Dido New An-nakks to; 14th. 105 3 Sths. Three per Cent. Annuity 93 1 4th. Million Bank 107. African to. , York-Boildings - Royal Aflwance 97 1 4th. I^sndoliAffirfance 12. New _jnk Carculaiion 3L 17s. 6d. Prcm. South-Sea Bonds 3I. 7$.a8s. Prem. India diao 3L 1 js. a 14s. Prem. Three per Cot. ditto 2!. 2* a 5s. Prem. finglilh Copper 2I. WeUh diao Books (hut.   Salt Tallies 2 1 4th per Cent. \A/HTEREAS it has boen repreienced to the V V fciafc tUit aa Masdar ihr aid of OJober (all, between the Hoars of Scvcaani twelve at Hithu theClumbenof Jobu Uwroa. Efq: oeit Door 10 tbeO'-d Crow*Office in ih* Teaxflc, were broke open aal roob'J of Money �ai CK�dt to a cge&deriblc Valtw ; his klatcUr, foeihe tenef cjtwteii�g v6 bringtog 10 Juftice ibe Per loot cooceraM in the (M SdbLcrr, it pfets'd tu prootile bit mod jrtcioot P�f Mark.; a CbLa fe*-pot with Sifeej_fp�l i foo>e Jsdia Te� Gop* with Men and Wacom rifarcti  Veltct Wildcat aod ttteee&et with fj�J�� tn-^i ; a r�r.o�ve!�er l�eecbcs�i>b GoU Batlont-. a Fre cb wrtx Ssik vKt'iStewr, rtchtf cmbr^ci'd witti C6r4 aodSiika 11J m talfoTtak'f, tooti off hen m�rk'd with an I, M l'4-r �f ec:t i Careaiio't Hjftvtf uf the Kcbeilion ; ihei4ie� f u-i icy of ibe S'ltwtct x  Jtfob't Law ptCtlouiry ; Hawli.ik't pUu* of the Crowo', WeUoo's Sbun-ltaaj , with several otber Ttioji U Vaue, shall reeelve �f tr-* f�id Jaito L*w(be, a Rewui of y>l. fir tt� While. �'iJ ..1 rc o Hit x&f Parr. Oi�e Notice at |w't Coffee-huuls ia Mit'cJ-Caoi:, f cet-"!rcr:. oral 'be Ch�njl it� lor tier latcrell. It Is hopM Irons this iKiaMdoa, tlawlt7Nh> liek will, by chcarfully coKtfrripR to' proaaote this Work��# psffijo, demo&llrat*, that to relieve femeiga Virtwt Is as aowuBtl at Moiue tf aey otUr to pnxere a hill HoolV, swdffASaetass asjbltk i>i�etCaa produflUe of tteJtMgs to every eenerous Cawliibaiat. On Monday ibe i6tb Injiant, at Jlx IM tbi   v �v �~ -t. - aajj^sliijabil � JleaveaV Bodie*, sad all the rhentmenaoi AHroi^y, letlwtsv ta� truer Manner thaohat ever y� beroflstwn hi any l*�a*l�   -   * At hit Hut/t in ClmautRaw, Wtllmti**n Where cauiogoes of the Esperimeeis may be had, �s4#' *�e taken ie j �t an*,, at Mr. St*t*\ BOolOUtr, elTtp#C__ fatoll $t Duullan-t Chunb. FIe f% wear St. Abo's Cheith, ^M.MfiCtt^^ "THE Society of the Governor and AU,^^. Loodoo, of the new plantation io Umer wklrw nVkawaWL-Irelaod. do hereby nl�e Notite, that they intewlto iMt tofertwejf tbetr Kifcary and Fiuicft. and Klgbt wd T|tk�s of tMfoUWtif aibrefaidaod that any verlta or rerfjca whiete of Biai%jllwial to farm im (���; may knew and receive tt� Cos^tiaMoaWBith tkati arc 10 he >etc of James Urate, their Secretary, ar tlieltift sa|hriai GttBdlwll, Or his Hoofe in St. tawrente-Itu*. tot)*� j Sed tA�|ht) f�id Society Intend to meet on Tuefdajr the Teatb Day of PeMajbit; K�r, at  to the Afteriwoa, at the I run Chamber afawfaU, wad rhieta  k DESERTED from Capt. J(�hn $dk�ke*ij   , Cumpaoy. of the Hoc Oil. Siephee Cor^wallWs,iafanwwof *! 6 Foot, .Lancelot Wclfcott. five foot cfebt lathet Uts> w�iw**�hoSfi' aa Years of Age, boro at fiioe, of s I'warthy Coropletwn. Iwh^hrwwa Hair, aed light- grey B�et.  Whoever takes aad faenrer lbs filst U*m*r i lot Wetlcott In any Uoaf tad 11^ Word to-Pcarf I'Jwpk. it%4a 4A Whitehall, or to Ihecutnmwdiris; Offiter of ibe fetd Kef iwwm at-Wia*^ eheller, Outl retcite Two Ouioeit Reward, o�sr slwe what ital* low'dby Aftof F�rlu^ntiotapprene�dlfi�fOttorwi�* , __      Henry PoppU. � Jubn white, at ffaw plough i� WindmUl-court. WcfiSroubfitU, or Mr. fedwardJobs*. Hilr-Merthsnt, in Chance'f. .eaiS.c>. o; lattr.ay ccst. the 71b of tleccrobcr, w(:l be pdforjB'd a Ntw O.'tt*. eai.'d ARTAXE'RSES. Pit anA Bote* lu be pur r- f the*. u4 y ccat, the 7Ji ol Ucceeaber, will bt pielcatcd an O^ra, ea-l'J ARIADNE. ,v pit and a tea 10 be pwt t.�/cW. aad no fwrfbet to he admitted Witnow Tckcta. which *iil be eV'.i�cr'J that liar, at the Ornw to C -rcoj G*r4� Thciirr, at ttait � Cwaca each. Full Calkry at. Upper Gallery ��. Ad^   ... . B) BU Maj� st**' CWataeaW. e*�lV6ws whA'ivse a� ht bcai^d die team. the twit �nd will carrf STOLN or ftray'd from a-Field at Lee> Church near Cewtlhiin 1>> Kent. 00 Stidday Ni^IitUB,"a f*\Ak " Mare, lull aged, about id Yem eld, a najural P��r, abowr 14 Haawa and ao loch liikh, a Urge Head, hu been Cf'd on all taut lift raw- Hair eff oa each nip- bone and Gambol, about ibe hiaeeC of e Ceowas Piece, whoever (hill aire Notice or brief hey 10 Tbossas whufiefd* * CUrk of the Parith of tec, (ball have a Goipca Reward aedCkaffwj. F6r~   B  A  T  H, Glafs Coach and fix Horfes, lets out from ' and Tumi I no in Heer-fireet cm lenatf or Monday tet'a Paflineert at reafoeable Rates. By ' ____Tbo. Mullim. For    BATH, A Coach and fix Horfes will fet out Tomorrow or Saturday t�it, from the white Beer lea in Piccadilly, to William Boyof of Bath, * N B. Bath. Brillol asd Holt Water,, �ld fxeft twice a Weak, to William Milter, Mailer of the lie._  _ 
                            

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