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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 6, 1834, London, Middlesex                                v 4 -*-       -, i        * Numb. iab|f The Daily Advertifer. F RI D A Y,  Dice m b h 6, , 1734. - TeJerJay arrh\l a Mail from Ft mice. Verfaiiles, December 9. ~"|HEIR Majeilies rcturr.'d hither from Fontainblcau the 3d Inlknt, and on the 6th, the Irincc of Mndcna, who aniv-'d lately at Paris from Italy, \v,ts cxodcctcd to Court : lata tiighncfs | diacd with the Cardinal dc Fleun, and in the Afternoon waited upen hb Ma-jrfly in Irs Clolct: He was afterwards in&odactd to th: Queen, and to the DaapHn and 1'rinccfies o! France. Peru, Dtaxsler 11. On the 9th Inllant the Duke of f&us was rccciVd by the French Academy into the Place want by the Death of tbe Martini his Father. He made a Speeds on that OccaGon to the Affembly, the Eloquence of irtodt was lets app?ssccd than the Grace and Dignity with vaka be deHvaC it, though the whole was citeem'd manly. sad a&reling- The Abbe Houtcrille was appointed to aniwer % * Gentleman fatness for his Elocution ; but notwithlland-M the several fine Turns he made, the Academician might be ' faced in every Part o  p^ Dunkirk, and from thence proceed �poo the Canals to Newport, Bruges, Sas Van Ghent, Bcr. YgacpZooaa, WiBe-r.ffcsdt, Delft, and fo to the Hague.     We hare Advice from Lombardy by the Way of France, ttlat the 15 Rt^imms cf French Dragoons detached the 23d tf lid Month. NS. towards Parma, were followed on the: - �tk by,two Brigades of Foot and two of Horfe: That thefe Troops have Jnnce advanced to Bofletto, to be at Ham! to nihil ttzma, in die of any Attempt from the Imperalills, and that ytacMarQul deJsreg-iD wasgoisetti'put himlelf at the Head of" this Derjacimeat-  The main Body of the allied Army has 'qpandCamp hrfore Crcrooua, and is canton'd in the Beghbpnrujg Teivc$,~fcat with fuch Caution, that they keep the Canal or Pahvics&a in their Front, and the Country, for * fee Miks in their Rear, is covcrM with Ccntiueh, to give lie Abrm if the Enemy approaches. Cspnabei-g faireaderd, and the Garrifcn difabled by their Oath do appear in Amu agaidl any cf tf�c allied Crowns for aVear aad a Day, the Spaauli Troops are going in alt halte id jcin the Frccch and Sanlinians in Lombardy, and Ships arc ancadicgly taken op to tranfpart them to Leghorn, to iave .^tkm the I"k>jbh\ &s'tis given Out, ormaichihg througli the ^lltcltrlailicsl Dbminicria ; but, as others fay, to prevent an, (fen'Roptare withjhe Pope, l�b Ho!tnelsab;olutety refuling to 'let rorcjgn Troop* pafe his Territories in larger Bodies than . ffiy at a rime -, and has accordingly prcpar'd a Volley of ih�thffflis, to Ci'.dnrge agiund fuch as dare break his Orders; aa Arstrcer.iT. that the >|iamards dread c\ accacir cf Troops. Tit fcud thai the Repon of Count Konigfcgg's being to be _aEM awiy.fiom the Arniy in Italy, was iprtju by ti.e French > wilLi soder their late Appichccrions; as *cis common with ~ * PecpJ; to rrpon rhisgi joist as they wiilr t'iem. ThecvoeSlve Upends cf the VVeailier nuy 1jieifuppos'd one Rezjba fc" Ccoet KooigUw's oflVring fuch Violence to the ' laaeote of XiznkioJ, and keeping the World fo long on Tip t?k fcr a drciirvt Actica, in Lombardy.   The Conduct of tilt General, finer hii pjJ5i;g the Oglio, tis dcmdifh'd more .'lUdciass in tkUaxJ taan fcis Ata�y has kili'd of the Enemy -fact their Rmra m Cjemcaa; and the News- Writers there te Bearer itarv:�g than tie Alhes were in it eir lail Situaaon. The Regisajais which ueie fenr from France arriv'd at .-.Rjgolrvl the 21 of lail Month, and were e.\pafclcd ina-Fok-�fgfet to arrive at Cremcna. f         _ &xoe Lcucr- frcaa Spain take Notice, that hii Caholkk _ llajcfty'i, Piiiy �v*i oct'temely Cjock'd, when it was iniinuated tshja, shit a cesnia Chj��5an Xliniiur at Cundantinople was fcspecied af lUb^it^^ tfrf J �rks to a Rupture with the Empe--�r; and'tis sidad. ttau his Maj-ily dedai'd his Conlciciice �cellixcs prirai: >:a, ihowrver inJiicftiy, to acl in concert %�� ihs M-tiiOMsiiL^, c'� uft>!i College, Oxford; far 'the ti&tefit^ef Fify foor Btfft � nd Thirty Girtsbehngitr* to Baud jlrett Ward. _   �   :    1  This Evening will be Perform^, At the French Theatre in the Hat-Market, ARLEQU1N ASTROLOGUE, &c At the Theatre Royal in Dtiist - La n e. The MERRY WIVES or VVI^D^OR. At the Theatre Royal, in Cove kt - Card k n, The WAY of the WORLD, with theNtcrmntwent. At the New Theatkb in-GoopMAs's - Fi elds. King RICHARD the Third, withthc LoiTeav. High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 8 Minutes after 7 in the Morning, and 35 after 7 at Night. Yefterday Dank Stock was 136 3 4th* 37. India 144. South Sta Trading Stock 8i 1 half, a 3 4ths. Old Annuities 104 1 half a ; 8ths. Ditto New Annuities 105 1 4th, a 3 Sths. Three per Cent. Ar.nuity 93 1 4th, Million Bank 107,. Africanjn. - Vork-'Butliltngs 4. Royal Afiiwancc 97 1 4th. London 'AlTurance 1 z. New Bank Circulation 3). 17s. 6d. a 4I. Prem. South-Sea Bonds 3!. 85. ays. a 10s. Prcm. India ditto 31. 14s. a 16s. a 17*. t'lem. ihrecpee Cent, ditto 2I. 5s. Prcm. Englilh Copper 2I. WeL'L ditto Books ftiut   Salt Tallies 2 1 4th per Cent. Prem. R. Po v i; y, chc "firlt tiiventor ot the Sua^Eirf-Oll^, ��* Ah'Ik^-o* rl* Trea?He. eoii-Ud, �n In. qtnty imoihc Mifciniagcior c,he f'�*r lail Yeari Keiubot (jafcuAnn, ruth, at -d [;reat bspfnec. �ud by the Afliiisncrof t�o curious   ai n(a.u with ihc-Uid Ofgau, a H^nUtl.ad *od cih:r Uu^i-iiit lul{iunici.r% : ... All U to Iw pcrf�rm'il io a private r�milr, ^hte there it furore Perl'n 10 be wai.eJ up"n : Tlji- pintip^l Roiploymrnt will be r? fi.g Anthems, aiui I* iullru'-U-d it, Mutiik. ,       - Scch ii chink. tlittrifelvet qujii(ic) for this Sjrrfee.'tniy baA ihcir Njnir� -anil l'Iic- o' alMdi in * VniiXatcr, iirc'ttiiJ 10 Mi. io- vej, at the Gre^t C�te� in il>e O.ange Walk txn Sr. Miry M�j.\>ten Otrmondfcy Ciairch, Suotltinjl,, ah.i a P n u ill ctmc t> ihtrn T.ic Orgio i� |) itinnicd, 1I111 rcfl'iu' mn iciin � pia� ail rhe Tiyic*'hat arc r.i u(vj.iii, without h; aRuUiicc o- a Tcic>cr : n�/, ilis �cry MiitM'i- ot t\w ftvcral Kry>. > fhry Hnkc i\>", wilitejlc^ty '�J'itA tl e Ip(.c -lorn in in ill I'tt '^'i li�i N �b't S�c *c. IH 1S is  to acquaint the Gentlemen of 1 lie l'I; 1 it. 11 rau.11c Saci.i), mccin.( c.u MivJj>i ax (he Cro�u ao.l Aotlioi Tatern in ill: Suam),        'i.e pu: lick Ni^Ki, �br(U was i>i%L been 00 MuoJjj oesi, i� (kh't'J 10 sicuiaj ij'a^j^Li tic tiiU loiuai. M  _J5S. Notttntjer, 1734. *T*HE PrtKcipaiOfiars efbhAtaj^ftOr,�syt Jt   - . . r,------- - - ------" * �   -----� > � H*ibfii.\ FuMSi.tvtt fir Gvxx**t. Vtmnt *f mt Pi^t J9l> rW a*J Jhu&exs, Dr�m Hixds, Stkh *rmi $*a'*l, Dfww /iVma.. Mitfctft ReJt, Li^bcte VRti �ai xtittmt Cttk, B-lfctt, Ha.fJ Biiievt, PUtim* Btth*i il; Braem, Ltatbr- Bttrktt, $e*r.*n sfL*p!& toed *V /iW* $hkfa$4 Paui, H*Kfiert, Btfitl BmJktU, tsmj &*mS*rm trd)Mtrj% . 7?v�r they leave tbeir FrtpMt r� WWri^,j9�t*V a*, W faiJOjfiit "it tlv 'Tkw, � ^ hfirst T�eJ*Ln tit IOf� N. B. .Y� Perfiru twli, bt evtMtSed xritb ha jmh M&*\ �f tte tetfelivt Tredts.   * 'mm' York-Burtdirigs4iduic� D�c. 6, 1754* "7*11 E G^vermr and Court-�/ Jfijtaiitttf tbe rtrt-BrntiM^Cemfaseji eft berrbjtiv* Unto, ffaW *r : General Ccw tfthjhij C^int, mil be Mel mt tM-.Hm0 j in~m*:lefletfiret( cm Friday tie 141A '.eft\ e*C/*i t* the Fames?*, on Special AS'sirf. -' AT the KING'S THEATRE  in the '"TMyket, T �f, tt rM  !<�ipH Nhcadi &* SttMM.     v � _    TiHgim ett|Six *C!xl. I     i By Mis MAJ E S rf*s CemmsHi.     1 A T the Theatre Royal in Covtnt-Gartfca, ** Tomato*, bwi� iiit 7ih wf Pi'. rtcdy. "H'd - ' � Arlequifi' Aftrorogue, Ramcmeur, S&tXjeJl Enfant a^^crroquct.       m intbet me $ttttt *f Ariaiti* SkdktSU, To which wi-I be tdid. � ,�� AR LE QU I N flU LLA. Jfita jtvttal Entertainment* ef Dxmivg, fartiatEttty^ Caprice by Mifi Cfate**mtf. -    - j FUcet Tor the P.��t� may be takes at V.t. TYibcnrg**, aVftniHattW' Rapp.c-Souff, *t the fail theatre. �      . .   � is N  jMforw tu be aumutoil imo tfic Ik set with .at rickna, wbtflS wfll be dciim'a MiteWrdf ibe.Tlwaits *r $*. *3thl fial*Jtih No l^rfon tfi ^ feehiiJ rtt a ro'4 .at� ib* Cw� ain i i4r�wu i�p. - ^ :   -.fk iejw aff Sixje'Ciii, Sfevtr aJSiJ but ,mt tee E%Lntd, .��...Ifaaajfi next-mil At ptfenttd the lajiv ..Bewlragi Caxedy, ealfJ Sakpfce, ^r*^ ofIjtatl.      .        .'   ' -\   y � x �   � � T. '       ; For   D IE*"Pi �; lie H a w n a h and Z Jv p o r a h $hopt John CrantetfL Commander, ~ A"T^S on TacTday next, so* lyu>S at Sr. K�if*r�*B�, m tab ia GtxtU aed ialk�Cc�. a�J mi| befj^oke with on ib� Cut'! W�.k at fitht!�s�.-.Tiaa*, tk�.^ AmIUrJim Cc��fssaas. or *� i2k.K 'f}{ *. ktf�<��r tl�e Iteyfltfrif Jtlusf*. at iakhatl feiaut'* at iieTVjer m�r"a fawc.-Ucie, v~i at lLc�M< Cetkm't tiaV�f .     , xutUrofitiefJtf^iMS^ci')*. C^^%C*JLW  �Ma� �*T : t'o>it, Lar.
                            

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