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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 19, 1834, London, Middlesex                                t^/jy *rrivV a Mail from France and amther ^ from Flanders. Peterfburg,  November 23. ~~ T ha� been refolvM in a grand Council of War lately held here, that the Troops deilgn'tl to enter the Service or the Emperor fliall be drawn from the Army in Poland; apd as our Generals there arc unanimously of Opinion tint they (hall have fufliciem Forces left to vanquilh King Auguflus's Enrmicr, no new Reinforcement will be fen: thither. . Her Czarian MojclTy feemstolay no i i nt '$tr�f' op�n tnc AiTuranc.es which the Port has made her V ffoCcuifi&ncc of its Frrcndlhip, fince it has been thought  m| t-gry to tend an Army of 130000 regular Troops into rnnni*. wit'*0"1 reckoning the Coflacks and ~ Kalmucks. * IL^aWly M ordcrM a Body of 60000 effeftive Men to be j the Heart of her Monarchy, and in the Provinces J Looa'd from Sweden, and 40000 more in thofc cor.quer'd Sperfu- The Deputies of Dantzick arc Hill here, but I ktt ludat yet very little Succcfs in their Sollicitations.   The continues to fue the Czarina for his Liberty in the molt flytTerms imaginable s but her Majclty refers hiai con-ItoiytoKingAugul'.usT , f*w, Dec. 22. Our Letters from Naples advifc, that Q0t Traun has marclicd out of Capua with his Garrifon, ^datthc Spaoifi. Troops had taken Poifcffion, to the uni-B61S�tis6ilion of the Neopolitan Court: That 1 $00 Sol-deferted from the Count as foon as he was got out of j Town, amongft whom was the whole Corps of Grenadiers jiitkeir Arms, and that vaft.Numbers followed daily the {jaaplf, grcatcft Part of thofc Troops being Italians. Ilrfc Letters add a Circirmftance fo furpriliug, that even here tbre force Faith enough to believe it, viz. that notwith-ht^all the Stories which have appcar'd in Print, the Spa-jHtbdidnotiofe one Man before that Place, nor did the Go-�nortvtratteTnpt any Sally. They write from Sicily, that iGimTon of Mellina had abandon'd aif Out-work where the tpjmu which fupplicd them with frefli Water ; fo that the Btgtni bad great Hopes of quickly reducing them : And that fcUirriibn 01 Siracula having-put 219 Oxen to graze along |bt Works, the Spaniards found Means to carry them all oft. *03 Spanifli Foot, and 4000 Horfc, were on the Point of tjiiiing their March for Lombardy when the Letters came my.. Dill, Dec. 17. Mod of the Ships fatPd Yefterday, but the Wbl coining about to the Southward, they are expecled to t lit tack. Yeiki Jay tame down and fail'd tliio', Savannah, Wad, for Gibraltar. main, Queen Caroline, VVilkie, and jyfcrd,' Boufton, for Fall India ; Succels, Soiling, for New-Ilgl�n3rWilliam and Anne, Main, and Wiltshire, Naylor, �feLifboo; Fame, Harris, for Gibraltar, Voluntier, Bafnct, fcMontferrat} Flaxncy, Jones, for Cadiz j Neptune^ Snow, JgrPwtfiootxl). The 1 nomas and Katlierine, Ricbardlon, for Thwri, was drove from her Anchors, but is fafe in Margate Hff. Tbe Gcdolphin, for Iiall-India, is put back, and moil rfritcricnare in Sight, turning in. Wind S. W. LONDON. We lorn from Potzdam, that the Hopes there are at prefent rfhsProffian Majetly's Recovery, are intirely owing to the tyrritiw perform'd upon his left Leg, which having evacuated 1 irfrizing Quan ity of Water, the Swelling in his Body, Im and Feet, h> in a great meafure gone, and the Gout, vkxhhaving itruck inwards brought iipcn him hi* late dan-jiiBBDiforatr, has begun to (hew itfclf again in the extreme hn. In the Night of the 28th of lall Mouth, his Majelly -lid fitch acute Pains in his right Hand, Arm, Shoulder and l�tt,ith� his Phyficians were in as great a Fright as ever, fefeving he could not be able to go through the Fit, weak as lews; but in a few Hours he leli aileep, ana* the next Day tod himlclf fo well, that he attempted to walk, but the Vtsnd where the Incifibn was made in his left Leg would not Jttoitit, and we hear that it is to be again bid open, as loon *� tie King is perceiv'd to have Strength enough to bear it. The Prince Royal continues with his Regiment at Ruppin. 'fa added, that the People work with all Expedition to liniih tit Tomb which the King has ordrr'd to be built for him, in Itie Church belonging to the Garrifon at Berlin ; but that his Cefin, which is making in Sweden of a fort of gilt Marble, will a� be ready till about Kafter next. On the 1 nh Jnilaut about 3. o' Clock in the Morning, came I a&wtard was loll on the South part or the Ifle of VYiglit, a I Saepferthen 60 Tut*, call'd the 1 nends AdventureoLLJovcr, -I-'rcm Seville, laden with Oranges, bound for Londou : JwtheMen wen� uv\l. tbft Night their M.ijetlies were at the Theatre Royal in ptnt-Garden, to fee the Opera-of-Orciles, winch wua pcr-w4*ith g,e.,t>'\rrI.,ufc^i �ua Night their Koj.il Uighiicfles the Duke and the young ftmaffes, w.-rc ai tin- New 1 Dcatr.- in the Hay-Market, to $tfle new Comedy  l v� oouuoik hi Uxloid .----------oi Wit, in the loom ol t'ae lion >v" .afcltftion lorthL- County ol Hcdlc: BlfccoppuVd b> Capt. Siockw.!! We hear i.'iai a: a Genvr.il �. >rt Company cn TiK-iji\ lai\, ti.eie\'"-OppoGbon made by tome of tiie '.' > :�'.I 11 ihe Conuuct *. �ier l):;ee\u: ? .01 t Cbaeaoy's .^lV.^i,^, *ni ordi-rj iat. ..... Extytien OaTl -i'.U.v l.C u.-fcKlfiiU, U'ture �. . .. **�e John M.-wl;. ,.. �Aica.o.f.: 'u-Hi 1. . ..� ^)'. in-tr tH; in J'fciacs... lfa-v}'. for \v!,iJ, Ik-^^'ilu.:m DjIi nevr, wi.u v�ill name ,  :    itat_ his Lordihip (jf '.' c 1 . :'   : ntdiogs .'>r, ihe n p:.i.v ..... '     : s. .'-' i ir Mc.i lnv.-li. in rlu ' '!..... ,   1" ..o wai. 1 -1 c w II: 11 .   and Pelivery lor ii; Slcwaid i� , appieli.:iul' i U J (or Vt'.i iv aid . 1 �Hoale O.' Kiel.aiJ !>) 1; Ul ficr, am! Xealirtg from tbence dittw Tkcn of.'CbpMr audi Brafs, but was ftund Guilty of Fdooy only, gad onfct d to be tranfported, - And in the Afternoon, when the Bcfioefs of the Day wis over, the Magatrate* met intue;Tcwn-H>U. parfwint to pdb-lick Notice for~that Purpole, where the raid Mr. Cotes (who hud for fcvcral Years executed the OflSce of Steward with gnat Judgment ami Integrity) acquainttd theiri, that be was retii'd from Buficefs, and lived remote from the City, and therefore �ir, itt tlU ul DuxOiUf, *t.l bt yuMmil *it OK Ha, c*i.*4 O    T    H    O. P.   x l Roi-t      b: pul i �cthci. .i-d m i'cif.ot :o te idmilrrj -m:/ui fi.! e <   �h.Ji uill U deaxi'j !)�, 1; ihe Or��c 1.1 ttc Hi)-..! *   No Pc:t * h*l' � G�i�� c.ih    f. Qii^lity. By the Company of Fretted Comtdi.in$%  _  . AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, thii tu$t bciPt tbt tp.S of D�rtnber, wit tc MdUilWa AR LEO^UI N   SAUVAGE. ' Ti* *1kIi will \v ttUti, 11 th'tfAAS) L * E T D .17 R D Y \ ou, Arhq.uin Feurbey Fourbe     t)tmy l .OR, Blunder upon Blunder \ tit* HARLEQUIN a Double Chat. With femal Entertainmena of fJancinj. Mscn for the Boim m�y be taken at Mr. Friboort'*> MtrchtM of R]{  ihe Bern wnhont tklttt, vhkN *iu be ceuver'd at  unch-Houfc 00 1 uJijUte-hill ta Pt�t ihtiu^ht to be m.'ll prop r.  d all reif.ni �innlii;k thcoifetfct a^grttv'd, �ie delitrt to b> Ipeedf 10 li^mag the lame, ch*i it tnaf be ic�ay to tw picfcated at the M�tirt| t*t the P�tli�mf.-t.__ y .     >�.  / � HEREA5 Ann Cunningham, a tall Wo* nun, mark'd w.th ihe Smitl Vox, about 30 Y�ir� oW, dreG'd , in a dirty ted and white A'i*� of KcatOa it the Count* ol NmhuinberUnd, fcfq-, and Solan ilia Wile of the oat i'art, aodWiliiru LiSbuin. oINcucaute, t(q, otthC Olber Part, rt* latiog to an filiate anj t olliery at Kcntcn albicttlaTiMrwrSn^nriit'r;-Coaacitoi. in the Ciid County of Norihutnbcrland, has btea for IbtM line Ml ai'mG ud wuhjti ihefc ten Ycart.hlt pall: Whoever bring*, the did Deed to Mr. Daiid Thom�i, at hi� Cluroberi, Na.tf. U�C4�-meet Vino, Ihi I rncuc the S�m ol Fifty Pjopd� Reward, to be paia ' by the faid Oa�id Thoeiat, cr by Mr. Thutnu Atkinfco, Merchant, at Tu�cr Uock -, or if any t'ctfon will difcuvcr �tv> ha* the did Deed, and that tbe tame by Meant of lutli Dilii�cty.caa btcotM ;ttr O11U -receive iKe Sum nf Twenty Poundt for luch Uiicovcry, tO bt paifl U  alixcftij, and rlicir Nair.ct fei.ic:cd if dcGr'4...... ___ fho. Atkmfin. Per Ions indeb^d to the Eftatc of IT A Btejjmin U'.t* and Htckoti Huffed, late of Carnaby^Mafket w the County yis wJdiclca. Vintner*, atedefir'd, by the Affigcc under the Comtniflim iflu'd afainil ihem, forthwith to pay their rcfpeflift Dtbtitu. a^r. llwina* Saijent.^Attorney, in ibefovltrj, Londoo, or 5 y>ey wi]l_be^afixutcd ai tair_f�>r ihe lame. _ HT IIE Gentleman who on Thurfday Evening the 5:11 lnM�"t wrotelotvifcFjiend, to defire him to nrratb.jm agf Eight o'Cktk the ncit btcnisf ,ind i'or�pp,i;oi a l'l*ct�hcc   appuini an-jther Time and i'luc, whore and �beabetnajr be met with, and eaer^ thing h� alt (ii'dor can et-peflfha'tbcjco�rji�l/d^ith._ ^  STOLlVlor ftrayM off Yarmouth VUvta^ between the a*'h I>a> ol Oflober and the til loOaot, a black-"-bfoWnCcUio^, about 14 lUrJi, upward* ef four Vtart old, witli  broaro Morzie, a Star in hit ForehctiJ, ^1 Charge opQa h(rn�a> vhrrl Done, a little Knot belov. having had a Rowel pt in tbtie, and ha* a cut Tad-  Wb'i.'�cr gi�e� Nuii^e �> ihe laid fielding to Mr, John y lleodry, ol N.>"ti-Yarmouth, at the ii&a of tbe Bird in tlaod near the , Nn'tli Oaic. fliall h�.yr.  t�r  ft.ldcd t-ifs lie-. ocCiwct'j �-itli Niarbc k'd'lhe oilier �i it 61i-= ^apc;. of U e bm t.Ahe O � �.r tni ,1 flumbriec itrcer, Sr. ucurte 111/Om�b-jf�. any Jeweh, pla'e, Waiiho. wca.int; 'tppaxl, t'urni>Ut�, . r other rlnnga, aic bxicby dtli'Cd tu Icrcb il.cm befure c'lirillaiaa fire oca-. .  '.c, (ct> out fr m  Uuoioo of, SiiU'dar E�eoi f. ...J wi.l f> C r u.juc d-j iug tht? Wia:cr i.-�l'jo, exwh )>illtrg.-r paying i9�. �nd aiiuw'd to tatty 14 I'o�u�la Wri^iii: 41I 1! ci i'.iul. 1. be tarr cj *t icllooable Ka:c>. .V. B Cbr.flmj, lity fath-e on It'tdnr/Jjf, tie Ctncb Will fit Out �a Stand tk< j \d, ././r.4J of Tuijdjy tbt t\tb, to ttiV.'t ttjviilmg on Cti'JImJi tJjf. sfuimatdi w il commas to [it out tu lutjdtjt jt li'et.ily 1 For    BAT   Hi 7T 'T WO Two end Glafs Coaches and ...t Irun tl . Bl.ck bear i:. Ptccadi^y i.ett Ulutday �a�t'4liaajS^ militun :m$ti I'.i-iut ti ai -.u o'Cli*i. by lobe   SOLD, A I�air of ical'vn'd Geldings.   Enqilift %f Mr. J.lia ii-J*�.i|i at -uC Ctf^jeltu ui fc*i*^ui�h4h|Wt mititizv   

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