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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 18, 1834, London, Middlesex                                WEDN ES D AV, t>fttimiik  18.  i?J4- fijltrday arrived'a Mail from Holland. Milan, December 4. I HEY write from Turin, that the Queen of Sardinia continues dange; rctrfly ill, the King's Baggage is gone through this Place, and we expert his Majelty every Day to follow. Count Barni has been lent Prifoner to Lodi, tor refuting to furnifll his Quota of the Contribution* which the Wench ex. acleti of that Place^ Pink a, Dee 11. We hare Advice fan CoeftaW'wpfc* that the Mufti h dead there, which oc-niom a vail Concern at this Court, on Account �f the Firm-a^ which nc always fhcwtd for preferring the Peace with rtjttim Powers. 3wt Ott. 16. VVInd North. Molt of the Outward-Ugod are 'fiuTd ii.d getting under Sail. Came down this Fore-'aooo and fail'd thiough, Duke of Cumberland, Warren, for tanjjcaj Ann?, Blanket, and Elizabeth. French, both for Jjftooj Prince, Griffiths, for Cadiz. Arriv'd, Prince of Onus. Waxteridgtf, Irom Antigua. LONDON. We haw the Satisfaction o( acquainting the Publick, that we metnulnfbrm'd as to the Death bf tl>c Hon. Mrs. Verney, 4u Lady being in gowl Health at her Seat at Whitton. Hh Excellency Mr. John, Rcfidcntof the King of Denmark ItCDT *W      *'���� ."j-'j - -----1------------,------o -^wnfifcating the Ships and Cargoes lately taken at the Mouth cf the Elbe belonging 10 the Hamburghcrs. Hi� Danilh Mnjetly declares in it, *' That the Conduft '� which the Magiitratcs of Hamburgh have obferv'd towards "Km for many Years paft, had at kngth oblig'd htm to feize * fane of the Ships belonging to that City, and carry them * mo his Potts.   That the hid Magiftrates, far from making * or?Advance; to give his Majerty Satisfaction for his Gricvan-* * ca, particuLily with relation to the current Price ot their "Moaty, fo ccuiiiiental to the Commerce of hb Subjects, * ptrfiflcd Rill in an abfolute Inflexibility on that Head: * Wherefore his Ma/:rty found hiinfell under a Ncceffity to �:  rrjafifcatc the laid bnipj, with their Cargoes ; which he did, � however, %yith the utmoft Reluctance, being fcnfiMc that ;41 thelnhsbitanti are no ways acceflary to the Mifcondufl of "their Magiftrates , but he is eoinpcU'd to do it, as the only ** means ot obtaining the Reparation that is due to him. That � u his Majeily's Intention-is not in any manner to injure the * Gmuncrce ot foreign Nations, he has enjoin'J his Court of " Adrnrraky to toi.htcatc none but the Ships and Effects be-"kvgiog to the Hamburgherf; and has lent Orders to his * Muufters in foreign Courts, to reprefent this Affair to the * fcitnl Powers, to the end their Subjects, having any Effects '* in tie 6id Ship?, may apply to the laid Court, of Admiralty ** tkhta three Months from the 5th of December Inftant, and ' � * ukcOut tlicir rcfprclive Claims, &c." Oar Letters Trom Hamburgh mention, that the Magiftrates krawbeen acquainted by the Britiih Refidcnt at the Court of Dosark, that his�good Offices had not becu tlTeclual to rc-ttBcfle his Dao.ih M.ijcAy to (hem, and that an Edict had been KbkWd to the above-mention'd Effect; thofe Gentlemen ate -fcafing three i puties in a great hurry to Copenhaguen, to take new Pre ^iaii to the King, in order to procure an Ac-toamcd.tkai. 1 hey write from Germany, ^hat the Emperor has caus'd a -tarRefaipt to be preten%-d to the Diet of Ratilbon, to exhort theStatrid the L-injure to ufe their mm oil Efforts, not only to prevent the French penetrating further into Germany, but kreurge them to quit the Footing they have already got; and { dothuImperial Majelty thinks it mcriTary to this end, that At States double for the next Year ti;eu Contingents both in lien and Money. Letters from Vienna fay, that nn F.ftimate of the Expences cf the next Campain have been laid be ore his Imperial Majdty hy the Committor/ General of War, and that it amount to Forty Millions of Flontis. The King of Portugal is about to lead the Emperor a Sum of Twelve Millions. Amldft the Adviics which are daily handed to us of vail Preparations making for War at Vienna, Paris and Madrid, the publick Dilaxirle of thofe Courts runs all en Peace. At the fancr, People will have it that a Congrcfs is actually agreed to, and that Count Konigfcjrg is to Abandon the laurels in InabarJy, for an Ohvc-Branch at the Hague : Tbe-Politi-Caru at Paris h�ve already named thite Plenipotentiaries lor theirCouit; and iLr Spaniards will have it, that the Maiquis deSt. Gilles. wha b going with a Character to the States General, will foon affumr another, and aflilt on the part of his Catholick Majrity at the Conferences. We are not without People here, who prexnd to lay, that Mr Robinjon, at prefent *tthe Court of Vienna, and Mr. Poyntz, one of the I'f nipo-*�i�ries to the hte Congrefs at SoiiTons, are thought of lor tkat Character. U.k as all outward Appearances run iliongly (Htter to thefe R�; c ts, we lubmit them to the l'icafuic of the Wdkk. without ui.y lurtlur Remarks The Emperor lu , the Serene Arch-"*chtfi, Govemtis ol the Netherlands, Siller to ti.e Emperor, *ulremove her R i- !cncc f:om Biuilels to the County of '1 yrol. The fiefh.il L-wr l.avc heic Irom the Armies in Italy of the 8th IsaUm irom Man'ua, and iiuikm, that tin; '"Id-MtrjBujJ, Co.iii ivcwgfegt;, c-u ' Siege toGuaftalia rheMaiOnl Je bityjio fu out from l'.nna ifc 4'.h, wnh a J�"jd of 5 co Foo: "and coo if one. lor (Ju^JdUa i and ti.e W*�ftulti . * �, The MERRY WIVES of WINDSOR, with Miittt::. or The Diiil of Stone-tUnge. At the New Tiieatkb in Goodsiast's FitLs:, OEDIPL'S, with the Ciivuit.vi L'oi's:t*ni.-. B   A   N   K   R   U   P  T. Ralph Athmall, of Stockton in the Ccun:y cf D^ijfes, Grocer and Chapman. Yellerday Bank Stock was 139 1 4th a j 41F1S at 1 Li"� India 148 a 1 half, Booksflwt.   southIri^^gitotk a 1 4th.   Old Annuities 105 3 4thsa 7 iithia 6    tJ.rx Annuities 106 3 8ths, a 1 half, lor the Opening   Tfcr--� ;� Cent. Annuity 94 1 tialf a 3 4th*. Million Bank 107  Alfrxaa 20. York Buildings 4.   Royal AfYuiance q3    IjoeJct iri. ranee iz 1 4th,   New Bank Circvurxn 4I. ic> a i;:. '.I Prem.   South Sea Bonds 3I. 14s. a 15* Pieu.        * ^ .:o 3I. 185. Prem.   Three per Cent, ditto *!. 6j. Prera.   Le-gLC� Copper zl.   WeUh ditto Books lluuv   Sak TaiiK> i J a�s j>cr Cent. Prem _ Hoyal Holpital for Scitncu 4t Grccnwi.is, Dececitici 4, 173 | Y'UE DirUlon of bwMwlfi Rayai *    t'.i Jirimen ttl Grefn-uiiv Ji brrj:? gi-*4 Sii:~e, �*.-3' , /*.> f.'ij a: it" iulh*g to Jii-vt lb* ft:J llt/fUiil-ifcC* li*-r**jj t'e /':�.�/Ja,.vi, maintain4 litre, mat j[*t� �* tk-.i' Pr.1-\� �� .* their., jti:Cd up, cn 'futfJ^ the z^th imjtiiKt, ue ic a: Salteri-Hall i   an./,   in the mian tirr.t, u}r..t  e/gif'g Sti>:\.atJ vf tie faid Htfffai, *�-rj fit 1* lit P*tt***s, t�gj e*w� u     of the jivtralfirti ofGttdt tLu vjtfi* vweJ. -Guildhall, Dec. 12, 1734. rW� Cbamberiam 0/" tktCitj tf London bettfy rKYi Stekt, thmt h* nxill h*in U)aj tit mlfttfr'i DjW-Mr. *mB *� dm. t> /*� Prtfrithri t/ tb OtfMt IW �t Ctrittmi text, m ft**fi*t tk yb 0m *f J***<"} fillew % ; m*Jthnffit i&t Hmt t* t*mf th Oti/mat OMfUfft m ti*jUJFtmi �*�// */�*ri fVfiV to tt fetidm tkfiji[ AtW� r rhfiji M*J*t tt IhmtfiUn � 7*ti. _ Cuftom-Houfc, London, 7 Dec, 1734* Ftr   S A L M%      ' By OrdcTof the Honourable CommilTioncn of His- Majcfty's Cuftoms, &c. QiV md*c/3ey the iStb and fbar/day thei$tb Smlt ky !*h tfc**dJ< turn S�*eM G,t** Thcaire, at ltaif a Guinea eath,  fIrlt Oalkfj Ah    ' t>^orCa3i�r a�. Bf Hit Majesty'/ Cmmainf,  _ IKiolVC** wt)iie*er >o be adtniiied bclttod (Iw fre�e �j. betr the ijth ot December, will bf orePmtoa    1 Arkqam'W Sa Troupe CemedieMtEjildvei ;     4 � *.        ' % ' "'; Marlcq^in and his Company of Comedians. S L'-A V E 8�, � A mnv Comedy ampid tf tbret dijftrtnt Plm, refrefinth^" { �r IJun tf lie Frtntb Stage in general, beginning  aifc' tcea nva� the > niher u� "he Child., ace from the ChlM fCT~- ' tia ifMixfi w�H �be Gttoiuit- "id di�(l'->ilvk M< -.' t, Vtiuci -Itrtcl, 15 t�ra�  ' uifci" nn; til bl��k fa� wo * ro;iiiotrti�uC.u�iUi Itidniit tixidt. uiKotattir c iMBH-r*       b-i wl"'chiid, abwt a, Ua*of ltt ,s;r u�i*iea      ' 4'^. �" he a MuKut-iaitir: uz'i'i " / ��c .Imiltjy ' t-itn 1 'tun ii> �h<*U-u.ng'd 10 ibtrn,  t'-i^ He (� ��!" WailUo�t�, by hi� .t'|>tccb (iipprt'd 19 u �*!*-'i.'-Ti*a. ,> j^i 35 *���� !4, rl.e f joi �iu a hall' binb, and ,A* 3 ,     > :ir*t t-.'-ar 11 iltroi    Co it. "        *;�:cdt'�.rt'.> ;t n-up ii.iei. v-.li be a jtearat $tc�rIrjr I* a.u Tr�a4',    .�5j''-/J tiat 1 it. je �t r I'm (t 41_!L^____,_ ... ~T~lL L Piiiui,s indebted to the Efote qf t\ iS^^aua '.V.iA- si. H.-A'fi �WM. Uie ol' Garii'^Maaj^l ci::U.'i i .tfJ'tln.V.Mt.ti* kiidcfu'd, by the �lTlgll�� WMR> 1:1 c a-E.1 o >fl'- *>* 'i f''�h�nh iu pay ihcrr nJWlifll I�t �-   j ft* 1h.�w� >*�*� Allu�'<�, iu ih�CihiIi*!, IfOMWBa Of' tt � 1  tie yr-       ' J a-1 1 * '�"       '.��'��. Pcrfon that writtjs :.c u ur.   iKr d 10 be fuld of juwa'd, lir�| ANY Pcrfon ,s a good Hand, and ii a itihJ �u     

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