London Daily Advertiser, December 13, 1734

London Daily Advertiser

December 13, 1734

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Issue date: Monday, December 13, 1734

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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 13, 1834, London, Middlesex fAgriay aniv'J tbe Mails from France and Ihlland, Warfavo, November 28. N the 23d their Majeflics notify'd tlicir Arrival ro all the Foreign Minilkrs refilling here ; and 'tis afloi'd, that the King has catte'd Mr. Runiph, the Dutch Minifter, to be acquainted, " That hi) Maj?fty Jaw with great Pleafurc, that their High Mightincifcs had Jctt him to continue there the Excr-cifc ol hi: Character : That he look'd upon this Difpofition of the States as ;�.fit�f of their Fricndihip for him and the Rcpublick ; and {,� i*t be bop'd their Higa Mightinclfes would continue the i*6�ett�Ajrablc Dirtxifuion they were in during the time of' l$| folate Reign." The Dinith Miniftcr accoropany'd the "fig aimer fiom Drcfilen; but'tis faid, that he was firllaflur'd Ugjoamey (hoald net be taken as any Declaration in relation �tkAfeinof this Kingdom.  9wkiaa will return in a few Days to Turin, where'tis believ'd KrUtjefty will pafs the Winter, the Queen being ill of jKtnwfcr, which it is fear'd will carry her off. Tnsof the Regiments expcQcd from France arriv'd at the Jnwtte eta Intlant, N. S. and proceeded dircflly on their aw to Parma, which PUcc is at preftnt guarded by 5000 jrnnd>, and the Country round it laid under Water for itafcet-*r Stcority : 2000 Workmen have been employ'd for tome �neon b Fortifications. 1/the Capitulation which the Governor of Capua oblain'd iftk Duke of Berwick and the other Spaniih Genual QlJcer*, �*VH tobcfuiniih'd with 30000 Ducat', to be repaid in fix ***ki, and two German Officers were to be left in the Place i* SfNB0* - His Troops were to evacuate the Garrifon in eight |*7� it not footer reliev'd, to march out with the Honours at -WW, two Cannoo. and as many cover'd Waggon^ but with ^Athar Baggage and Arms, the lail of which ih?y were to *n^Cf.asibon as they got beyond the Palli'adots of the For-�Wo%_and were to Iwve them reiurntl upon tlicir Embak-jl^fcr Trielle. They were to inarch t>W the Country WfMtia of iooq at a time, to prevent a Scuciiy of Sub-the Expence of their Match being to b; delray'd by ^ObH�i�, as utll sl3 that 0/ their Voyage aiierwards; and ^fyire not to bear Arms agaiult the King of Spain and his **afcr one Year, j* "Jf* write from Berlin, that Lib ('ruffian Majrlly begins to !*y�his Chairy-that his Appetisc e/icrc�fc3 daily, tiiat his *^*gcnr off, and tlut his VVotind. kali with all the Sue-���cwbcdcur'd. mm' 'T� Aid that his^Wlalcy Mr. Walpole �exptcTedottt !rom the Hague, in ordohloattedd the enfuing Seiuons of 'arliament. They write from Maaick. tkt C^btlof the Ekflor of Bavaria, that his Highticfi had a lew DnyVogo a very narrow Efctpe with his Life; for attempting to crtris^ River as he was hunting which was frbtcn over, bat not bird enough to bear, his 1 iorfe fell id, and funk immediately under the Ice, and 'twas with the utrnoft Difficujty the Eleclor was faml. 'Tis credibly affur'd, that his Electoral Highncti has lately made feme Declaratiom to the F.mperor, which give gratt Hopes of his coming otir 10 Ins Imperii) Majeftt's Intcrcft. 'Tis talk'd at Vienna, that hvcafe nothing is to be done this Winter in Lombardv, Count Konigftgg will,be fent with a Commiffion to his Eiefitoral HrghneU: and a Report is current here, that the Hon. Mh Finch will take that Court in bis way to Vienna. ! _ ' Mr. dc Wurfterter, vtho Came hkher from Vienna feme Weeks ago, and proceeded afterwards to the Court of Portugal, has fo far fuccecdcd in his Ncgoriations there, that his Portu-guefe Majcily has confented to advance the Emperor a Million of Cruzado's, \vhtch is about loooool. fterling, towards the Expence of the next Campaini ..'>". His Majclly has advane'd,Money out of his Treafury at Hannover, to pay otTtheTroops employ'd in the Execution of the Imperial Commiffion in theJDutchy of Mecklenburg, and has tour of the principal Bailiwicks of thatDutchy put into his Hands by way of Mortgage. On Wcdncfday laft, about Two in the Morning, a Fire happen'd at the Prince of WalesVHoofe in the Royal Garden in Pall-Mall, occafipn'd by the CarrlefneG of a Maid-Servant laying fame Woad-Alhe* in an Out-Houfe ; two of the Out-Offices were deftroy'd, and tbsnc other Damage done before it was extirjguifh'd. Laft Week William Connolly, Efq; Member of Parliament for Aldboropgh, with his Lady, Daughter to the Right Hon. the Earl of ^xrafford, arriv'd it the Earl of Strafford^ Sen in, Yorkthirc from Ireland. The . Capt. Bray, who (aiTd lately oat of the RiVer with Recruits tor Port-\i;rem. is loft on Dover-Pirr, but the Crew, and Paflengcrs bvd, txcept one Man. The Report to bis Majettr of the Malefactors lying con-demn'd in Newgate, is put off .till TburKlay next. Yefterday a Difpeatation palled the Great Seal, to enable the Rev. Mr. Newbnrg, M. A. and Chaplin to the Right Hon. the Earl of BaJcarres, to hold the Rectory of T hurrccfc, in the County of Effex and Diocefc of London, tc,-?:hsr *::h the Vicaragfe of Wclt-Tburrock, in the faid County itad UioceTe. - ~ Lad Thurfday died at Norton in Suffolk, the famous Painter, Peter Tillemans of Antwerp. ThbMorningat oneo'Clock, 155 Tranfports w^erccarried from Newgate, And put on board a dole Lighter at Black-fryan. A curious Marble Statue of King WiUiam the Third is now f.nilh'd by Mr. Chair of Weflmintter, and in a few Day* wilt be fet up in the great Court-yard before the new liank in Threadnecdle-ftrcet. On the Pedeital u the Allowing In-fcrlptioh: Ob Legibus Vim Judiciis Auctoritatem Senatui Digniutem Civibus Univerus Jura Sua Tam Sacra Quam Civilia Rellitutn Et Illuftriirimae Domus .HANNOVERANAE la imperium Britannicum Succcffionc PoAeris Cenfirmau Optimo Principi G U LI ELM O T E RT I O Conditori Suo Grato Animo Pofuit Dicavitque HUJUS AERARII SOC1ETAS A. C. MDCCXXXIV Harumque Acdium I. Oh Sunday next tht i $// Infiant, two Cbatitj Strlhtoru w/I kt frnuihhai tbt Parijh Cluttb of St. I.tanrnt JUL', for tbt Benefit of the Clarity Children beUeging. lo Bit!iK^lgiite Ward; that in tbt Morning by tbt Rev. Mr. lnglii, Viear �f Ltivi/bam in Ken(, and that in tbt JfUtnzAjy tbt Rev. Mr, Smith. "Ltelurtr of St. Albans H'ood^ftntt. Tbt fame Daj tbe Rev. Mr. Laulrnce, LtQurtr at St. Ptltr't Poor in Bread jlrtft, tvillfttacb at Mercen Cbaptl._ York-Buildings-Houfcv 14 Nov. 1734. 7^ // E Governor. and Court of Ajjijlanti of tbt Yerk-Buildings Coir.fany do hereby givt Xotiet, Tfait a Plan_$f an Agreement^ in c/der to difchaige the Company's Debts, having ban approv d o[ by tbe Company astd tbtir Creditors, and the Company bating on titir-Parts execute J an Injltumtrj agreed on by both Parties fir futtim tbe /aid Plan iota JLxiauicn, a SubfcriftionBook is nrvv Of end at tbt Company's tlou/e in Wintbtfltr-jlrttt~and tht CiAtrt if AJfipanii and Czmmitue of tbe Crtditers -will attend on every Ttiefday, IFedpefday, 7butf.iay and Friday, in eve') Week, from Te/i o'Cloil.ia tbt Murning to Qkt in tbt Afttmoon, in order to receive tbt Sj4bfrifiii.n1 cf tbt CreJiars Jot their reffective Demands-ufon tbt Cumfany. lS: B. Printed Plans of the faid Agreement at:// be Jdi~.tr'd at tbt Company's Ojfict to any Proprietor %i Crtdttor, This Evening will be Pttloxm'd, > , At tfce FUekch T�>at�t in the Hay-MjUkbt^ Lc fOL'ELR. &t. . x At the Tmkatr'C Ror*t in Datrirr - La � t. The TENDER HUSBAND, wah Miuin, at Ihf Devil �f St^-lifnv. i At the, Njtw. TtitATRB ifcr Good�ia�*�.Fiftos, -The MISTAKE^ with the Chymical CovMTinrajTa. tirgh Wr.ut at ujj 4on-bridge tnts U�y, at *f Minutes after 1 in the Morning, and ;o affcr i in the Afternoon.wiK was 137 1 naif, a I). Inula f*g v' t half, a 7.- South-Sea Trading Stock Sa 3 4th*, a 5 1 410. Old Annuities 105, a 1 4th. Die o New Annukies 105 5 8ths, a 6, a 5 7 }�:h!, Ikioks (hut- Three per Cent. Alt* rrjiry 93 1 halt, a 3 y.h\ Million Bank 107. Afrkan so. York Building? 4. Royal AlTurance 9S. LoodVa AffuranoS 12 1 Sth. New Bank Ciroiiatwn 4I 5s. Prem. Sooth-Sea Bonds 3I. 14s. Pnrm. India ditto 3I. 1 t>f. Prera. Thre* Ser Cent, iiitto *1. p. P�m. Engli'ih Copper at Welfih itto Books (hut. Salt Tallies 2" 3 8ths pet Cent. Pram. ^ Royal Exchange Alturancc-Officc, tt December, 1734. ,v jnf/E Court of BtreSJers ef^2x_ Royal Exchange Affuranet C* tqrbcfsbi, Jtfavt Dsctnbfr . tt Tut(J.ry the ztjl vf Janu1 be pcrtorai'd aa Ol'i--RA, O T H O. 9ii mi Rotes to be pot It �cih�r. trti ^0 I'crtoW to be aJfllittttJ without TuleiS, �hidl vriil tv dcllfci'.i 1 tilt u�>, � the (JrBJ01* filter exctaai'o or tbtit Monty'rtlumd for ibtm, at lit Ofiit in tbt H*j_�^iiwfg ;

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