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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 9, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Mrriv'd a Mail from Pjrance, and another from Flanders. StocJkhclm,  November 30. |HE Count de Caftija, the French Arobauador, is often in Conference with the Miniftcrs of State. Yefterday his Excellency recti v'd fome Difpatches from his Court, and went immediately after to Carlfrcrf^ to communicate-them, to the King : Wc do not learn, however, that he makes any great Progrefs in his Negotiations.  A Report has ..... .     ^______________________ rifen here uithio thefe few Days, .as if I laSb&iflausTs AfF^rs were on the Ppiut of being accomo-ditedby the Interpofition of a Certain Power, 'lis believ'd $e Diet will btcak,up before Cbrillmas, but this is alio un- . **?lttnht$, December 6. According to our Letters from - N*Bd, feraal Companies of Volunteers .ire to be form'd of' the Garrifbns of Thorn, Pomania, Marieaburgh 'git other Places, to fcour the Country, and prefcrve t� (toads front being incited by the Poles of the oppo-ktt Party. The Palatin of Kiow i� fo harrafs'd by the gtfjn and Saxon Troops that lie is obliged,to fly tirom Fcft sjftai, and w on the Point of retreating towards Leopold,, or ^dPrannceof Podolia, as the only Method to preiervc the lafetM RemaitH ol his Army. * Tis (aid that the Primate has mate again to King Aoguftus, to pray Leave to pafs the relt Jus Days in the Convent of Olira, promifing to hold no ggKfcoMencewith King Staniflaus, or any of his Party; but tiflMtjefty tk*9 001 care'to truft him, and infills upon his Mtmtbe. total Oath of Allegiance and Sobmiflion. *c3tohbutmb*r id.  We nave Advice that the French - Htltiktion towards Rhindfells. A Body of Horfcris airiv'd st 4e Ufcptf Ulm, and the Fortifications ot Worms go on �jjfc twat Eatpedltion. .The Marfhal Duke of Noafflwi* at* to-Paris. Some Letters from SwilTerland of the 6th fay,-Bttdtt Imperialifls have taken Poffefiion of Montegia, a To�B wfoeh the Allies had abandon'*}, and that there was a jjtfotfifax tobefiegeParma. Jc, btumber 6. Wind S. W. Remain the outward-Iggal as per lad ; with Godolphin, Steward, the Bearfbrd, Inter, and the Queen Caroline, Wilkey, all for Eaft-India. ilrrhMYeftcrday, Sacccii, Randolph, and the Micajah and f&p, Brwjley, both from Virginia; Succefs, Pfice, from. Ohis, fcr JBircelona. . ,    * Htd,titunAtr-j, WmdW.byS.  All tbeoutwardbound irsna. Lalt N�gt�t aniv'd in Margate-Road, Thomas and^ Jt&aaajSpom, lor Cadiz. ,   J. LONDON.        . They write from Holland, that the Staus-GeactaU. tOBMty tt til Expectation, have-fettled the State of War for the en-tog Yorr open the lame Foot as that of the prelent, and have �UU the Cefnmuuukcn of tbe Admiralty tram further Anaiuxe open their Affcmbly. , ftfuL tiut a Courier arrived at the Hague a few Days be-fir, vith Advice, that tbe Court of France had made feme Omturcs for an Accommodation to Mr. Vanhocy, their HtghtiA' ffes Ambalfador, and that his moil Cnriftian 'had givtn him all poflible Afluranccs of a Difpofition lypacifick.   . JtYc don't praSune to think that this Declaration of France Mtfcade with a Delign to amuie the States-General, or that Adt High Mightinelfes, if at all, were improperly influenced If k s -jkit wc once beard of a Court, which at the fame ItatoftVd the Czarina to guaranty her Conquells, and the : of Sweden her Affitlance (o regain them t and that pro-atone and the fame Time to tnc King of Pruflia, to the * of Bavatia, and the Elector of Cologn, to procure ekh the Succcffioh to Bergues and Julien. Ha Majethr having made his Remarks upon the Emperor's -hte Ocdaratibn for accepting the Mediation of the Maritime fjpWBt has lent them to the Hague, in order for the Statev Ctarnu, u concert with hit. Walpole, to draw op an Anfwar whHebt to the Court of Vienna. _ We bear that his Imperial Majefty declares in one Ankle of 1 Oat Declaration, that he cannot confent to a Congrefj, unlets. ^S5    Put us the fame Condition they were in before the War begun,     - -  They write from Vienna, that a Commiuary is going again toHolUnd, to negociatc a new Loan of Money. "We learn from Germany, that the Elector Palatine foreiec-og the Contention which will diljracl the Empire at his Death, account of the Succeflion to his Dominion^ is half inclin'd ^MJ*fry} bis Electoral Htghn:fs is indeed 73, but we appre-*^4jt lot impciUble for a young Lady to fataUh bun with a *WtW^ were he even older. The Elcflor of Cologn has difclarg'd the French Officers ?P ^had taken into his Service^and the Emperor begins a  "0P� *>* engaging both him and the Elector of Bavaria T con>e huo his Meafires. l^fn Jffi.ni Newfoundland, that one oftlie'Deutenants **? W�My's Ship the Roebuck, Capt, Cr4W��d Com-fgjwr. and Mr. Hancock tbe Purler, having been put toge-�?,yn. * P>"y of Pleafure, had fome Dili rencr on thesr aastm �n board j upon which the Lieutenant order'd the J^f*"?** Crew to few up the Purfer in his Hammock; * wey reMng to obey him, he hinifclf, in Conjunction another, threw Mr. Hancock by Force into a nock and few'd him up, and then reading the ! of the Dead over him, toG'd him, without more Ccre-uuo the Sea j after a few Minutes the Lieutenant re- i^"*^       t0 ^ a^iea UP� which was accordingly he liv'd two I fours, but tien expii'd.   The Lieutc- ' hett/d^081^ *� "fCUS* *a or^w t0    D,0USJ'110 Lnglawl to ^f�4ff4y the Rev. Dr. Puree preachM fit (ore their Ma ^ ^R"#t Hon. the I.oid Lovelace carried the Sword of !^*5haPtl * ^ M�jsttits. hii Royal HighnefstnePnnce acd the Princelies Amelia and Caroline, afremurds ]g!l�aPubhck in the Gieat Ball Rocc� for ti-.c tift tune this i.'.c iicn. Mia. mi the Right Hju. the CoawciV ot 1! ��flfrd�y " SP*��r, third Morning about Th:ec o'clock. Daughter to (he Loid Carter*t, and Wife of �cr to tbe Duke of Marl- J****- John Spencer, Eity, Brothci �w fclely dtlim'u c* a Su - Extraff tf m Lett*fipk CktrlttTeum � $m& C*r*6*�, Yeilerday arriv'd three VeflVU from Philadelphia; one of thtna n fully laden wftK Flower, Bread, &c as a prefent from Mr. Penn to the Pthviixe of Georgia, to which Place theSkwp is boend t and the Btjgantme n*s fonie   the Park and deftroy'd a great Nombct of tbe Pheafants; but not being able to unkennel him, they kJuTd a Brace of Hares andtetmiiUtob>tBdon~^ --- ''ristajd, that Hcs�7 Afomle/; Efy Lord lieutenant, and Knight of the Shire fof ilie County ol Cambridge, will be one of the Candidates feSpealaW of tbe Houfc of Iiaft Friday Night tittf new-born Daughter of the Right Hon. the Lcf^Abtrgaftjny was bapria'd, at his Lordftup's Home in Bi^nrett^lhe Name t* Harriot: The Earl of Pembroke Rood GottAef and tfie Lady Betty Herbert ahd Mrs. Rebow Godinjlfeiij ^: v . On Saturday LoajTAberi^venny Jet out for his Seat at'A^er. gavennyiCaflJe sAdheCoeStyof Monn.ooth. '-The Goveroora fif the Bounty of Queen Anne, for the Augmentation of the Marntenance of the poor Clergy, have agreed to augment 43 fraall Livings, (even of which are by Lot, and the others in Conjunction with several charitable Benefaclors. On Saturday Morning died Mr. Tames Figg, the" famous Prize- Fighter, at his Houfe in Oxford-Road. Lait Week died Mr. Wilkin?, an emmest Engineer, em-oy'd in enlarging the fine Pi a at Scarborough s for which urpoie an Aft of Parliament has been lately obtain'd, and the Sum of 300001. raii'd towards carrying it on, under the Direction of feveral neighbouring Gentlemen and tbe Bailiffs and Corporation of Scarborough. On Saturday twlmty-three Prifbnrn were tried at the Old Baiiy, one whereof was capitally convifled, viz. James Cafey, for robbing of John Atkinton on the Highway in Whitechapel-helds, on the 30th of October lag, of a Piece of Linnen Check, value about-40-s.- and 7 d. halfpenny in Money ; eleven were caft forTranfportation, and eleven acquitted. . And the StlBons ending the tame D*y^ tbe Court proceeded to pafs Sentence on the eight Perfbns that had been capitally convicted, viz. William Williams, the Soldier,, iojt the Murder of porjtml Rowe. at Somerfe^H.oufe j Aaron Pritcbard, for Imu^wgopeji the Till of Mr. Hebbert fen* to Ludgate-ftrcet, and Healing from tbencc about 61, and a Diamond Ring J Am-brofe Thurman, far fkaliag a Silver Tankard out of the Houfe of Mr. Edmond Eyles, at the Boll-Hrad in Leadenhall-ureet, value 8 L Peter Hughes,; fix robbing Mr. Sunnw at the Red Lion Inn near Chariog-crofs, of Plate and Money to a con-fiderable Value j Edward Atkins, for Healing fcvenJ Pair of Silver Bucklevfrom Mr. Ledger; Samuel FlewcUen, for picking tbe Pocket of Mr. Edward Sabfbury of a Silver Watch value 51. MaryllSwioati, for ttealing a Gold Ring, three: Portucal Pieces value |0 L _t6s. five Moidores, fix Guinea* and a half, and five Shillings, the Property of Pcrfis Clay, in tbe Houfc of John Dihdcerton j and James Cafey, for the Robbery committed as above. One Kennedy was tried for a Rape 00 a Girl of nine Yen* of Age; but no Profccutor appearing, was acquitted. This Evening will be Pcrform'd, At the Fkemch Tucatke in the Havj Ma*K�T, SAMPSON. &c ...'A.' At the Tuhatri Rotal in Da u �, y - La n r,. The MERRY WIVES of WINDSOR, with the Intriguing CiiambEjIMaio. At the Th&atrb Royal in Cove ht - Cardeh. The FATAL MARRIAGE. At the New 'I'heathe in Goodman's-Fi elds, MACBETH, with the Cuymical Countekfkits, or HAtiLtqviN WoaM - Docro*. High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 7 Minutes after 10 in the Morning, and 38 after 10 at Night. Saturday Bank Stock was 137. India 145. South-Sea Trading Suxk 82 1 8tb, Sz 1 4th. Old Annuities 1O4 3 arb. Ditto New Annuities 105 1 half, a 5 3th�. Three ter Cent. Annuity 93 3 8tbs. Million Bank 107. African 10. York-BuiiJingi 4. Royal AJfarancs 98 1 4th. London AflUiantc 12. New Bank Circulation 41. z%. 6d Prem. ?.oo|;h Sea Bund* jl. izs. a 13s. Prem. Inika ditto 3I. iB>. a 19s Prem. I Mcc per Cent. Sao 31. 5s Prem. Engltfh Copper al. WeUb diuo Boeki Oust. Sak. TaUte s 1 4th per Cera. Prem. WHEREAS Aucuftin Jennings, Sertrant to rrtfbnfaiii �Ji� h'H.t> .^L^r,y t^1**' eiiiber, 1734** THE PrincifdtOjfcersefbisMajeftfsOrdnawrt , & trrvh g*v* AWrrt. r* fab Ptrfitu tvii #re W/^g b -firvtibt faiJOJict ieith t^fii^i^rMta�trttmiit. j.^.MaIkrurJFMU4taw-^-^mimfn''Dnmt':tf w Pitt* fie Pails, Itamprrtp B^tl Bajtitt, �md Lwttttrv m�mmtj, That they kmvt tttir Prvpjah in U'nthg% ft*td*L mt tht fitij (Mee i, tit Tmixr, tn vr ttfiri *T**pky it* tOti tf m.xt Mixtb. ft. B. Ko Ptrfint will h cntraHtJ witi-hit fish �mt Cuftom-Houfe, London, 7 Dec. 1734. V For . S A L Ky *___ By Order.of the Honourable CommiiTioncrs of His Majefty*s Cuftonis, Gfr. N iPedntfday tbe iStb and tburfdav tbe 19/*?   - -Infant, at } �' C*x& "     J/itrmtm, Kxilf bt txpifd *� Sale    ht(h> tfCunMt, in tht       Roam at t&i Qifl$m-tim/L tf'attr, Spnut-Bttr, and TeSacct, (tk�r if all D*tiu.) fit Tta andCeJet l� be feen at-tht Kir%'� Krar�tmji taMmtiay ttt \(nb, Ttujday tht ijth Infant, fnm 8 <| tt tmtbt Fenrnam* and frem 3 till 5 in tbt Aftttm it and Botes tobe pot trgrthtr, *mi no per&M u> bt timintd wiihoot fKket*. which will he dclltcrd thai Dtf, at the OiIi*a in tbe Hai-M��k�t. � half a Guinea each. Gall** j�,    > ifjr bit Majesty1/ Command, No Pertbot hatttet to be admittrd bthwd tb* Scent*,' To begin at Six o'Cjock. ' By His MAJESTY'S Command. the Theatre Royal in Goveiit-Gafden, on WctJatfeay ocsi, the mil of l>�a�b�r, will be Btafmil ao Opera, caU'd '         ^    '  ^ � ' ARIADNE. Pit and Boxes to be put tcgrttwr. aa4 no r�rfoa� W he tde�irtr4 without Ttketi, which will be dtlirci'd that Vnf. at the OnW 10 Cotcnt Garden Theatre, at lull a Gain** each, full GaUctf a> Upper Gallery 1*.   \ Lotf Haonttn Ynptf Matter Cxfcor; Ro�lt-Bt�f, Mr. Oafitfart i Eluew, Mr*. Mt*�*{ �. uctie, Mri. Vcroeuil.     * .-^ Placet for the Boies may be uJceo at Mr. Fribowg't. Merchaot of Rippce-toutF. �t the f�i4 Thc�tf�. No Peribai to be admitted ioto rbe Beets wkha^ Tick*^ wliic't atiB be dclirer'd at the Bar of rbc Tbeam at ft. aatb. Pit J*. Gil. as. No rcrfoo to be admitted bebjrfdjtfca Scenes, nor at/ Moot; |d bf rturo'd afxr the Cur��i i  drawn up. To begin at Six t'Ottk. For the Benefit of a Gentlnoman under        f Miifortunes. I AT the Theatre Royal in Covcnt-GanJco, onTbuifliiy the tatfi laltuir, oil be piciearti � Cuojtd/. c�ifd] LOVE   MAKES  a  M A N-rpgf^ The Fop's Fortune. DOu lewis, alias Doa Choletic SASf-uVtrio-doTcfly. UC. Ca>U. Mr. Walkeri A.tur^, Mr. Mu*Uu ; Cfaaruo. Mr. Dua Ouart, Mr. Braa, Uvfl Auawl. Mr. Hile ; Gmuimi, Mr loa ; Siucbo. Mr. jicnci, EUi.�. wr�. ttilltn, Luaif,. Aofetiat, Mil* Nuilt . ijjoona. Mo. Stc�e:j , xudrhct'.i: . �itttUoa UilflttM Tbicki&uUo-dr-ttalt-Witto, M>. CtkafNaul Aiihlic>v(�l Bmcri�icmcau ft D�WM*g. as will tcci^cU'i Orcarfcvi,. U. *� the y�fi wili be forsa'd ta:�        mni Snfaatt w0l bt al bw'd it ktcp 1?Uh� ibvt.   

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